The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 8, 1963 · Page 7
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iTM •# 'Ann Landers Too Bad She Can't At Home Dear Ann Landers: I would like to reopen the subject of the teenage who Mt in front of her house, in her boy friend's car for two hours. You said "a car is for transportation. It is no place to entertain." I'd like to describe my home situation, and then I hope you will tell me if your advice still holds. My f a t h e r works nights. He weighs over 300 pounds a n d shaves about twice a week. He nts in the living room all d a y wearing a dirty undershirt and tornshorts. Either he is drinking beer and watching TV or he is snoring on the couch. I invited girl friends over twice this year hoping he would take the hint and put on a bathrobe or leave the living room. He ignored us. My mother asked him to please cooperate but he says the house is his and he's not going to "put on the dog" for anybody. Now that you have the facts, v Ann Landers, what is your advice for me?-SWEET (?) SIXTEEN Dear Sixteen: I received hundreds of letters from teenagers who described deplorable home situations, and who explained that they, too, must entertain in cars. It is pathetic when a teenager can't invite guests into her living room because of a half-dressed, beer-swizzeling valrus who calls himself a father. One girl wrote about an alcoholic mother who sometimes wore no clothing. Kids in this spot obviously must find another place to talk. I recommend long walks, the corner malt shop or a coffee house. If the school or church has a recreation room where you can pull PRINTED PATTERN up a couple of chairs and chat privately, go there. Dear Ann Landers: What have you got against plumbers? When you were making the point mat psychiatrists' children weren't any worse than anyone else's why did you use (as a comparison) the plumber's children, as if they are the dumbest segment of all humanity? Maybe a plumber doesn't have a college degree but he is a lot more effective in his work than most psychiatrists who get $25 an hour. When you call a plumber and tell him to fix something he doesn't leave until it's fixed—and I mean fixed—on that one trip. Yet people go to psychiatrists for months — and even years — and they are just as nutty as they always were. Civilized man couldn't get along without plumbers, so why don't you say something nice about them once in a while instead of building up the head shrinkers all the time? - PLUMBER'S WIFE Dear Wife: I did say something nice about plumbers a few years ago and, they made me an honorary member of the Chicago Plumbers' Journeymen Union, Local No. 130. Now aren't you ashamed of yourself? A tap across the knuckles with a pipe wrench for you, Girl. Dear Ann Landers: Several girls who work in this building gave a shower for a co-worker last September. She was to be married in October. We gave her some lovely gifts. The man she was engaged to was having trouble getting a divorce. This was common knowledge and several of us knew the man's wife. The wedding never came off. We feel this is the same as a broken engagement and that we should get our gifts back. What do you say?-STILL BURNING Dear Still: Beat out the flames and forget it. You dames gave a shower for a girl friend and .a married man. Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from the experiences of thousands of teenagers if you write for Ann Landers' booklet, "How To Live With Your Parents," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Richmond News 1* ' rnJ * i 4526 SIZES 2-8 ANNE ADAMS THURS APR 4 Little girls have all the fun— and fashion news in this pleat- pretty style! Simple, straight-away sewing with no stop for waist seams. Choose broadcloth, linen, shantunff. Printed Pattern 4526: Girls' Sizes 2, 4, «, 8. Size 6 takes 2 yards Sfrinch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of The Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE AND STYLE NUMBER. Just out! 304 design ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern — any one you choose in new Spring- Sumpter Pattern Catalog. Send SO cents now. Socialettes Mrs. Merle Marmon was one of the Cosmopolitan Club members who attended the state convention in Lawrence last week. Custard Hint Some professional cooks use milk that is not homogenized in making custards or custard-type dishes because they find "regular" milk gives the stablest results. - — »^»i« ^ • . - ,* * •» < Visiting Ministers To Take 7 Part In Good Friday Service il . ' 'Vf By MABEL CHANDLER The "Watch by the Cross," Good Friday service will be from Noon until 3 p.m. Seven out-of-town ministers are assisting. They are Revs. Roy Armstrong, Trinity Methodist Church, Ottawa; Richard Maxwell, AME Church, Ottawa; Melvin Booth, Ottawa Methodist District Superintendent; Kenneth Piatt, Mount Olivet Baptist Church, rural Williamsburg; M. H. Peters, Lane Methodist Church; Delbert Honn, Princeton Methodist Church, and Robert L. Boughton, Garnett United Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Fred Kuiken and Mrs. Ross Spencer were hostesses at the WSCS meeting Thursday. Mrs. Virgil Smith led devotions. Mrs. Lon Mishler had the lesson symbols. Mrs. Lela Duffey gave a report of the conference she attended at Emporia. The World Bank offering amounted to Frank Moynihan, Atchi- $42.43. Rev. son, was in charge of the Knights of Columbus' Day of Recollection, at St. Boniface Sunday. Eighty attended. The session opened with Mass at 11 a.m. Dinner was served at the hall, was a conference at and rosary and conference at 1:30. A special conference and benediction closed the session. Mr. and Sirs. Abe Severns and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sutton attended the RLCA meeting and There 1 p.m. THE MIDDY MOOD worn over the jaunty shaped in crisp spun — Here is the small outswinging skirt with rayon. straight over-blouse the deep inverted with the careless front pleat. Gay square knot tie, and young, it is Teachers Hear "Grading" Plan WELLSVILLE — The Wellsville Teacher's Association met in the multipurpose room of the school to hear D.R David Scannel, director of the Bureau of Educational Research at Kansas University, speak on "Grading." He pointed out the need for a more uniform way of reporting a pupil's scholastic achievement and suggested a plan of his own which is being used in part by several schools. Officers who attended the KSTA drive-in conference at Osawatomie Friday, April 5, were Goldena Chilton Lois Adriance Will Jacobs Ruth Murphy and Idyl Murray. Mrs. Hepner and Mrs. Chilton served coffee and cookies baked by Miss Courtney's home economics classes. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. HE IS CUT OUT OF WOOD and he waves to all who pass. His wdy is 18 inches high. Put him in tie vegetable garden or station turn by your driveway. He is sure 0 bring a big smile. Pattern 307, which gives full-size cutting and >ainting guides and assembly di- eetions, is 35 cents. He also is me of four actual-size patterns 1 the Yard Novelty Packet No. ) for $1. The Ottawa Herald attern Dept., Bedford Hills, New York. •TTING '"WH _ BUT wk« you from .too frwiiMDl dtr W4 ntoht. Swpnd U*TBMUMM and zttl old, tired, PfSSfflmraiS. ctarex bring! f«*t» sotexing comfort u liriUtwc nrmi la strong, note WARD Pre- Easter Sale Women's Laminated Spring Coats — Reg. 19.98 Now Reg. 22.98 • 23.98 Now $16 $18 Acrylic Crepe full length fashion. Acrylic Crepe laminated to foam ... Beige, Red or Turquoise. Misses Sizes 10 -18 Reg. 17.98 Toppers Now Ward's Fashion Department $14 Workshop Patterns PATTERN 307 SCARECROW CUTOUT OF WOOD WAVES. ARMS IN BREEZE Supper By Fellowship Entertaining Pairs and Spares fellowship group of Westminster United Presbyterian Church Sunday evening at a potiuck supper were Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Caylor assisted by Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Shepard and Miss Helen Cunliffe. John Finder conducted business and Mr. Caylor gave Easter devotions. For the program, Mrs. W. R. Gamble reviewed the book, "The Chinese Ginger Jar." Mr. Gamble was also a guest. banquet at Lenexa Saturday afternoon and evening. Twenty-five relatives and friends attended a social evening at Mrs. Harold Maley's home Tuesday evening. Each took gifts for Paula Suzanne, infant daughter of E-3 and Mrs. Winston Wilson, stationed at Aiea, Oahu, Hawaii. A Civil Defense self-help class will begin April 9 at Methodist Fellowship Hall, with classes 1 to 3 p.m. each Tuesday for five weeks. Everyone is urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lyon, Lincoln, Nebr., and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shinkle, Fall River, were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lyon. Mrs. Robert Newton and Mrs. Wilbur Purvis were hostesses at the Thursday evening WSCS meeting at Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Lon Mishler had the lesson, "A Sign." New officers chosen are president, Effie Edwards; vice president, Ruth McCrea; secretary, Dorothy Collins, and treasurer, Mrs. Joe Maley. Fifteen were present. Twelve members attended the Fort-Nightly meeting at Mrs. Melvin Stockard's home Friday. Mrs. A. 0. Sigler had the program, "Human Events." Mrs. Leonard Starit became a new member. The April 19 meeting will be with Mrs. Gene Vining. Carl Berry will leave April 10 to join the Active Naval Reserve. He will be stationed at Olathe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dietrich went to Warrensburg, Mo., Sunday for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Raymond Coleman, and family. Bob Clark, injured while working at Ready-Mix, was here at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark, last week. Mrs. Myrtle Horstick and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Horstick and sons spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stumpe at Washington, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Gretencord and Chris and Tony Hastart left Saturday to visit their brother, Hubert Hastart, Panama, Iowa, who was injured when a caterpillar tractor overturned on him while at work. Marvin Gretencord is in training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Mrs. Geraldine Watt is at Research Hospital, Kansas City, to undergo surgery on her fractured arm. • • •*' Eleven women on Ransom Street observed Mrs. JToe'i, Witt- mans birthday with * ; cpff«*' Thursday. . •-' . Mmcs. Lela Duffey, R. S. Gault, Noah Hutchison, Omt Roberts and Marguerite Robert! attended the Spring Tea at the Lane Methodist Church Wednesday. Rosalie Bowker from the Osi- watomie State Hospital spoke oil 'Mental Health." Bill Maley and Bobby Bennett ook physical examinations for avy service Monday. Forty-four members and three guests attended the Lions, Ladies night dinner at the high school. The school lunch women, assisted by mothers of the seniors served the meal. T. A. Biscjhpff Ottawa, showed pictures he took last year when he attended the International Lions Convention at Nice, France. W. 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