The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 9, 1963 · Page 8
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 8

Ottawa, Kansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, April 9, 1963
Page 8
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•IteriiMwiHMBlKiiMWiH^^ Ann Landers JLet Childish Man Smoke On The QT returns ''Dear Ann Landers: Several weeks ago my husband triumphantly announced that he was giving up smoking. I was delighted, since Paul had been a heavy smoker for many years and I never believed he possessed enough 'will power to conquer the habit. Paul was fine for about three days. Then he got so that he had to "go for a walk" after dinner. When he returns, after 10 minutes, he always smells of c i g a rette smoke. At bedtime he goes to t h e basement "to get something — once again, smelling of cigarette smoke. On numerous occasions I have walked into Paul's office unexpectedly and found him smoking. The maneuvering and contortions he goes through to get rid of a cigarette are comical. I have never said one word to him about this, but if he can't stop smoking why doesn't he admit it instead of making himself look ridiculous?-S.B.I. Dear S.B.I.: Paul is childish. He's trying to cover up his "naughty behavior because he's ashamed to admit he can't kick the habit. Say nothing. Tbt "walks" after dinner and the trips to the basement are probably the only exercise he gets. Dear Ann Landers: I know you are not » doctor but I couldn't talk to a man about this so please try to help me. I am 17 years old and am built like an ironing board. I have heard of creams and oils but Pm not sure they do any good. I have also heard of an operation where a surgeon can insert paraffin cups. I would even be willing to have the operation if I thought it would help me be more attractive to fellows. I've had only four dates in my life and I'm sure this is the reason. What boy wants to take out a girl who has no shape at all? Please tell me what to do.— DATELESS Dear Dateless: The creams and oils do a lot of good — for the companies that sell them. I have never heard of a cream or an oil that added inches to a bust- line. As for surgery, you'll have to see your doctor — but I'd strongly oppose such radical measures. I don't know what kind of fellows you are attract, but if they go looking for dates with a tape measure they aren't worth bothering about. I suspect your real problem is a flat personality. ' * Dear Ann Landers: There is an awful lot of cheating going on in our room at school. Kids sit with books in their laps during exams. They look on each other's papers for the answers, I have seerf these cheaters cribbing from prepared notes. Our teacher has very poor eyesight and doesn't see what is going on. Shall we tell her who these chiselers are? It seems unfair that some of us should break our heads studying and see the cheaters get grades as good as ours. Your advice EST INJUN is needed.-HON- Dear Injun: Tell the teacher what is going on — but don't tell her who. If her eyesight is poor, perhaps she should invite another teacher to "assist" her during examinations. I am opposed to informing. I firmly believe that the chiselers and cheaters do themselves in eventually. Confidential to up to you: Souvenir hunting my eye. It's stealing. If everyone took a tablecloth as a "souvenir" the restaurants would be in pretty bad shape. To learn how to keep your boy friend in line without losing him, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Necking and Petting — And How Far To Go," 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. Wellsville WMS Installs Officers WELLSVILLE - The installs tion of officers of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Wellsville Baptist Church was Friday at the church, with Mrs. Bernhard Fleming installing officer. Installed were Mrs. Eldon Whiteaker, president; Mrs. Gene Lesh, vice president; Mrs. Elmer DeWeese, secretary - treasurer; and the following chairmen: Mrs. Olin Leach and Mrs. Albert Miller, spiritual life co-chairmen; Mrs. Keith Chanay, family life; Mrs. Hugh Cramer, leadership training; Mrs. Harold Good, White Cross; Mrs. Lutie Birckhead and Mrs. Walter Revey, White Cross assistants; Mrs. William Me Laughlin and Mrs. Don Rogers love gift co-chairmen; Mrs. L. W Hostetter, Christian social rela tions; Mrs. Norman Shannon, scholarship refit; Mrs. Lenora Millbern, missionary am stewardship education; Mrs Merle Todd and Mrs. Linnie Ty ler, publicity co-chairmen; Mrs lobert Courter, fellowship guild, ssisted by Mrs. Ganella Patton; Irs. Herbert Wright, business nd professional women. Four boxes of osed greeting ards have been sent to missionaries in Japan and Rhodesia. A etter from Beth Bromley in Ihodesia was read. Mrs. Eldon Whiteaker opened the meeting with a short devo- ional thought on the theme for he coming year, "Crown Him />rd of All." Devotions were fiven by Mrs. Artie Chanay. Mrs. Merle Todd gave the love gift dedication. The filling of innual reports concluded the meeting. A silver tea was servec ay the Phi Delta Sunday Schoo Class. Club Forecast Weineid*? CHILD STUDY, Mrs. George Hughe ACORN Club, Mri. Byron Roblson, potluck OMICRON CHAPTER, Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Joe Ktrleaklnt, Installation, rituals ONE-TO-SIX, dinner, election LW Club, Mrs. E. V. Lash 8KILTON MUSIC CLUB, Youth Program ZIOZAOOERS, Mrs. 8. W. Keefer TOT-TO-TEEN, Mrs. John Fisher SEEKERS Class, Trinity Methodist NAZARENE Missionary Society, at church UNION CHAPEL WBC8, Mrl. W. Williams RF.BEKAH8 S p.m. SWEET ADELINES Install Officers Mrs. Raymond Carey conducted the Sacred Heart PTO business session Monday evening in the school hall, which included a candlelight installation ceremony, lew officers are Mrs. David Jush, president; Mrs. Martin Wuller, vice president; Mrs. John Schulte, secretary; and Mrs. J. L. Osburn, treasurer. Mrs. Al Grosdidier's Cub Scout troop No. 321 led the flag salute. Bob Geist gave two vocal solos, "Lady of Fatima," and "Just Little Street Where Old Friends Meet." Truyn Bischoff showed color slides of a European trip. THE OTTAWA HERALB Tuesday, April I, IMS Use Rack Heat circulation is casting meat, so use>i pan with a rack unlesB omes with a special pan for this impose. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* Set Dean Berlin, Agent 100 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 inapihofi of y«ur yaiiniiftN'i "gtowing-vp ytart" ... sNirf tarfcf with e KODAK CAMttA BROWNIE Supiv27 OK PHOTO SERVICE 314 S. Main CH 2-1541 KAREN SUE MOCK June Date Set Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Raymond Mock, RFD 2, Wellsville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen Sue, to Basil Welton Kelsey, Jr., son of Mrs. Basil Welton Kelsey, 607 S. Hickory, and the late Mr. Kelsey. The wedding is being planned for June S. Miss Mock graduated from Kan- sas State University in 1962 and is a member of Gamma Phi Beta social sorority. She is teaching second grade in Scottsville, Va. Mr. Kelsey graduated in 1962 from Princeton University where he was a member of the Cap and Gown Club. He is attending the University of Virginia Law School in Charlottesville, Va. Meat Rack If you are braising a large piece of meat, place it on a round wire rack or a trivet in the kettle and then add the liquid. If you have a round rangetop "baker," it may be that the rack from it fits your kettle and can be borrowed for the braising. Line Cake Tin Ever notice how bakeries line loaf pans in which pound and other varieties of cake are baked so that the paper comes higher then the two narrow sides of the pan? This trick makes the cake easy to remove. Elect New Officers Past Matrons Club elected new officers last evening at Mrs. W. Phil McCracken's home with Mrs. C. W. Thomspon, president, in charge. They are Mrs. McCracken, president; Mrs. Howard Mann, vice president; Mrs. Lamar Phillips, secretary; and Mrs. V. I. Crotts, treasurer. Plans were made for a covered dish supper at the home of Mrs. Julius Raffelock, May 13, for the next meeting. It will be for Past Matrons, Past Patrons and families. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. W. H. Douglas, Mrs. Harold let wiler and Mrs. A. E. Fttrd. Luncheon Planned Faith Chapter, Gold Star Mothers, made plans for a luncheon yesterday during the meeting in Memorial Auditorium. The event, to be April 21, in First Christian Church annex, will include a double installation for chapters from Pittsburg and Topeka who will be guests. Mrs. J. H. Medlen conducted the business session with seven present. Need a New or Used Sewing ^ Machine • See Albright's Daily Commuters That combine town and country comfort with city Grooming! Colon Black Patent * Platinum * White O'Connor's Shoes 205 S. Main CHECK INTO in black-and-white checks. Like Carole King's jaunty double-breasted suit of 2 -ply cotton, buttoned and braided with white, and with a surprise lining <»f bright red! 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