The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 10, 1963 · Page 4
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4 ^THE OTTAWA HERALD ^ Wednesday, April 10, 1963 Ann Landers Favortism Won't Ruin These Lads Dear Ann Landers: My husband 'died a few years ago and I was left with two little boys. I married a fine man and we now have a son whom we call J.R, The 'problem is my husband's mother. She showers J.R. with attention and gifts and completely ignores )jthe other children. I can understand her feelings since J. R. is her only grandchild, but she goes out of; her way to remind my t w o alder boys that he is special. They just stand around and stare when AnB grandma helps J.R. unwrap the lovely gifts she has brought for him. My husband refuses to talk to his mother about this. I desperately need some advice. Can you help?-HOUSTON Dear Houston: Children do not attach as much importance to gifts as adults think. To them it is a momentary joy soon forgotten. It's how you treat children — day in and day out — that gives them a sense of security and well-being. Of course, grandma's show of favoritism is thoughtless and mean, but it will have no lasting effect on the older boys (except that they are likely to despise her). If it will make you feel better, have some gifts wrapped and ready in the closet. When granny 'arrives with a present for J. R. ; hand the older boys a gift from • you and dad. Dear Ann Landers: I came here recently from Ireland and am faced with a problem. I am staying in the home of American friends and am encountering, for the first time, the American tea •bag. What is a person supposed : -to do with the tea bag after it ; has been used? It seems uncouth ;to place the soggy, disreputable " thing on the saucer. One cannot leave it in the cup as the tea becomes too brisk. I have searched for the answer in books on American etiquette but can find nothing. Can you help?—ISLE OF ERIN Dear Erin: Tea bags are a great convenienre, but guests should not have to figure out what to do with them. The tea bags should be used „ in the kitchen and then removed. No guest should be burdened with this do-it-yourself project. Dear Ann Landers: I am 13 years old. I don't smoke, swear; rat my hair, wear white lipstick or eyeshadow, sass my teachers or stay out late. All I want is a little privacy in my own home. The family bathroom is on the other side of my room, so everybody walks right through at all hours of the day or night. Nobody ever knocks. My brothers and my father always manage to break in when I am dressing or undressing and it is very embarrassing. If I could have just a little hook on the door to use only when I need privacy I would be grateful. My father says this is foolish. SEE US for KODAK products featured en TV • bfimutf ulM VMpto OUUARTtRS (OK KODAK PRODUCTS With a Kodak Instamatic camera, you load instantly, automatically, •o it's easier than ever to take .good pictures, No threading, no fumbling — Kodapak film cart- iidges drop right in? There are four camera models - all with built-in flash units — and they ,':fll t*ke color slides, color snaps, jpnd black-and-white pictures. Come in and choose the one that's you. from $14.f 5 PHOTO SERVICE J, JfaJU CH Witt He claims I am still a baby and am making a big fuss over nothing. Mom said to write to you and get your opinion. Please say yes.-OPEN HOUSE Dear Open House: As a matter of courtesy no one should open a bedroom door and walk in without first knocking. Since your bedroom is in the direct line of family traffic you should have the little hook on your door to insure privacy. A 13-year-old girl is no baby. Confidential to HALF CUCKOO: I think your arithmetic is off. Sounds like a total nut to me. Since the woman refuses to get help, change your phone number and keep it out of the book. Confidential to HOG TIED FOOL: Talk to your banker. He will explain the details. If you are on the note you are indeed responsible. Are you going steady? Making marriage plans? If so, send for Ann Landers' booklet. "Before You Marry — Is It Love Or Sex?", 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. Briles Club Has Meeting Briles Birthday Club held a meeting after a dinner Tuesday at Mrs. Orval Garrett's home. Members answered roll call with hints on houseplants. The eight present signed a card to send to Becky Kirchhoff who is ill. It was voted to keep the membership within the bounds of Briles School district with the exception of present members. It was announced that members are to bring flower slips and, or bulbs for exchange at the next meeting on the afternoon of May 14 at Mrs. Raymond Carpenter's home. READY FOR EASTER - Melody Wilhite. 2^-year.old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbern Wfl- lute, 808 Cypress doesn't have to depend entirely on the Easter bunny. She has a big white duck Angie, that lays an egg nearly every day. Duck eggs are shown with colored Easter eggs in basket. Angle came to household as a fuzzy Easter duckling three years ago and is a neighborhood net. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith). "^ Club Forecast Thursday SOROPTIMISTS, luncheon HCH Club BOYD LADIES AID PRINCETON WSCS VFW AUXILIARY WHITE SHRINE Use Scissors If you like to use a kitchen scissors for snipping dates into small pieces, have a glass of water handy and dip the scissors into it frequently. Mrs. Harry Hough gave the devotional topic, "The Tree of the Cross," for Eva Martin WMS circle at North Baptist Church last evening. Mrs. Clarence Keefer conducted the business session and Mrs. Clarence Keith dedicated the love gift offering of $5.35. New officers elected are chairman, Mrs. Ldndel Chism; vice- chairman, Mrs. Claron Cordle; Choose your Easter gifts from our complete selection of Russell Stover Candies. 1 Ib. $1.50 Assorted Chocolates $1.25 Fruit & Nut Egg dipped in milk chocolate Easter Theme Devotions secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Neal Sayler; spiritual life, Mrs. Leona Keller; special interest missionaries, Mrs. Earl Richardson; White Cross, Mrs. Effie Daugherty. It was announced the theme for next year's work is "Crown Him Lord of All. Mrs. Nellie Durbin and Mrs. Arthur White were hostesses. Rotary Anns Indian Craft The program on "Indian Jewelry," was given for Rotary Aims yesterday by a guest, Miss Beulah Steward, Baldwin, at the home of Mrs. George R. Hughes. A table covered with a brilliant red cloth centered with a turquoise scarf was the background for, the speaker's extensive and very valuable collection of jewelry which was arranged according to the tribes which had made it. ' • , . . In addition to showing how primitive people express their inborn artistic impulses through materials at hand, there were sidelights on Indian humor and good sense as observed by Miss Stewart in her years in shops in New Mexico which specialized in Indian handwrought jewelry. Mrs. L. B. Paine conducted the business session. Mrs. Lewis Irwin introduced her aunt, Mrs. Hobart Thompson, who accompanied the speaker. Refreshments were served by the hostess committee which in eluded Mrs. Irwin, chairman, Mrs. W. G. Suedaker, Mrs. J. W. Trout, Mrs. Emory McKenzie, Mrs. J. E. Colby, Mrs. John Gutschenritter and Mrs. Hughes. For Special Use It's a good idea to keep one cutting board in your kitchen for use only with fruit and perhaps salad greens. This way you'll never serve a fruit dish tasting slightly of onion or some other food! Group Elects Delegates During the business session last evening, Warren C. Black Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, elected delegates to attend the second district convention at Town House Hotel, Kansas City, Kas , May 4 and 5. They are Mrs. Da; vid Bunch, Mrs. Joel Towner; Mrs. Howard Henderson, Mrs. James Durbin, Mrs. Clara Sinclair and Miss Gladys Anthony. Alternate* elected are Mrs. Grace Duvall, Mrs. Frank Sar- gent, Mrs. Verla Ribeau and Mrs. Claude Buckner. It was report* ed the membership is now 156, and that the Westerners 4-H Club will assist in selling poppies on May 25. A sewing meeting was planned for the evening of April 23, at Mrs. Durbin's home. Mrs. Sap- gent received the door prize. Hostesses were Mrs. Josephine Evans, Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Sinclair. Vickie Wagers, Osawatomie, was a guest. Nearly New 1963 Model 23" TV Stereo • Combination 3 in 1 Cabinet. Includes AM-FM Radio, Stereo Record Changer, 23" Hand Wired TV Set. All in one beautiful low-boy cabinet — 9 mos. left on 1 year guarantee. New Price is over $400. 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