The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 12, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Friday, April 12, 1963
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Ann Landers A Shame That Her Kind Has Children Dear Ann Landers: How delicious to be able to say exactly what I believe — even though it is only on paper. And the protection of phony initials gives me complete immunity. I agree whole - heartedly with Irate" and I hope she sticks to her guns. If she doesn't want children she shouldn't have any. Motherhood is the most overrated bunch of baloney in the world. I didn't want children either. [ had an interesting career, beau- * tiful clothes, a great future, and money to spend as I pleased. My husband and I had fun together — socia- Ann lizing and traveling. And then he HELPING EASTER BUNNY — Girl Scout Troip 304 took miniature Easter baskets with candy eggs to Ransom Memorial Hospital for all the patients. They also took puzzle, paper doll, color book and crayons to children's section. Making presentation were (from left) Sheri Schultz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Schultz, 425 E. 12th; Becky Warnock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Warnock, 1420 S. Cedar, and Chris Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Nichols, 534 S. Mulberry. Mrs. Warnock is the troop leader. SetDateFor Poppy Sale VFW Auxiliary received a petition for membership at the meeting last evening and set May 18 as the date for the annual poppy sale. It was voted to send $2 for the district presi- The Baby Has Been Named At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The daughter bom April 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ray Warner, 326% S. Cedar, has been named Sheri Rae. She weighed 8 lb., 14 corsage for the conven- dent's tion. Mrs. Rose Abbott presided at the meeting in the VFW hall. The department president's message for April was read stressing Loyalty Day observance, and a hospital trip planned for April 26. Arrangements have been made for a 4-H club to give entertainment at this party. Plans were made for a sewing social April 17 at the hall, both afternoon and evening with a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. It was voted to assist the post in its decoration and building project. New officers were nominated for the election to be held •t the next meeting. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hazen, Jr. Our Own Special Frosty Molts SELECT DAIRY [1020 N. Main CH 2-1607 oz. The daughter born April 9 to Sir. and Mrs. Donald Eugene Stevens, 213 W. 9th, has been named Deane Elizabeth. She weighed 7 lb., 12 oz. Club Elects Committee Ottawa Business and Professional Women's club held a special meeting in First National Bank lounge last evening to elect a nominating committee. Mrs. Delbert Campbell, president, was in charge. The committee includes Mrs. Grace Bell, chairman, Mrs. H. N. Flora and Mrs. Arthur Jones. Mrs. Harry Dodd and Miss Lucile Prunty are alternates. Club Forecast 8at«rd»y CHAPTER ATI, Reciprocity luncheon GOLDEN AGE Club, Youth Center DAR, Mn. T. E. Oleason A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER talked bies. me into having two ba- 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 Peoria-lmes News Family Has New Home The Ralph Finch family has moved into the home formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Finch. Jimmy Thomas, son of Mrs. Cliff Detwiler and a former em- rfoye at Scott Store, Ottawa, has jeen transferred to North Dakota. A group of area people attended the program at Beagle Sunday at .which Rev. R. E. Long talked and showed films of his work as a missionary in Africa. Mr. Long and his family spent seven years in Africa and will be going back soon. He is a nephew of Mrs. Maude Evans, Peoria, and Mrs. H. E. Winters, Princeton. Attending the program were Mrs. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Winters and their son Dale, and Gace Brewer, Ottawa. The Peoria Plodders met Wednesday with Mrs. Lewis Wichman. The Ladies Aid devotional tea will be Thursday, April 18, at the home of Mrs. Earl Anderson. Six women met at the home of Mrs. Goldie Lovell Tuesday to quilt. Cheese Hint Recipes sometimes specify that either grated Parmesan or Romano cheese may be used: as a rule, the former is milder in flavor than the latter. Now I feel as if I'm in prison. I hate every minute I'm forced to spend at home with these two squalling brats. Everything they do irritates me. I loathe housekeeping. My husband and I were deliriously happy when there were just two of us. Now there are four — and nobody is happy.— The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. IDress irp for ESeister in SUITS SPORT COATS Fresh new shades and patterns are combined with the traditional Ivy style ... for the season's favorite sport set for boys.. SUIT Jr.-$14.95 Prep. -$29.95 SPORT COATS Jr.-$7.95 Prep.-$19.95 for Young Men APPAREL tor real boys EDMtSTQN STORES. PRINTED PATTERN always in a slimming sheath that travels everywhere in the smart company of its own jacket. Printed Pattern 4898: Half Sizes 14%, 16%, 18%, 20%, 22%, 24%. Size 16% dress 3 yards 35-inch; jacket 1% yds. 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- Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. MONDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK Dear Quarterback: George Bernard Shaw was right when he said that "Parentage is one of the most important professions of all, yet no test of fitness is ever imposed in the interests of the children." What a tragedy that a twisted creature such as you should be twice blessed when there are millions of women who would give anything to have a baby. The saddest part of this story is yet to be told. Children who grow up in the emotional climate described in your letter don't have much of a chance. Dear Ann Landers: A woman who works in the same office with me is a pain in the neck. I would not call her a friend. She is merely an acquaintance. She has a habit of coming over to my desk every few days, and in a voice reflecting deep concern, she says, "My but you look tired today." This has been going on for several months. Today when she said it I replied, "I'm not tired at all. In fact, I've never been so well rested in my life." She looked shocked and replied in an angry tone, "What are you getting so huffy about? Being tired is nothing to be ashamed of." Please tell me if you think I was wrong to speak to her as I did. This woman claims she is a friend or she wouldn't be so frank. What do you think? MUNCIE Dear Muncie: A friend doesn't come by every few days to tell you how tired you look. Such remarks are not helpful. They are demoralizing. You were perfectly right to. tell her off. Dear Ann Landers I was saddened by the letter from the mother who proudly announced that she puts her 8-year-old son's hair in curlers. She also bragged about taking him to the beauty shop every week and letting him sit under the hair dryer next to her. Some body ought to tell that woman at once that she should not be sitting under a dryer with that hole in her head.—BALD AND HAPPY Dear B and H: Thanks, Bub. You just did. Confidential to JUSTIFIED OR NOT: You have no right to make a decision of this mangi- tude without discussing it with him first and getting his side of the story. They are His children, too. CONFIDENTIAL TO MIDDLE POINT: He may be an old dog but the tricks are not new. Tell him to put the show on the road. Planning a wedding? Leave nothing to chance. Ann Landers' THEY'RE ON BREAK — Lila Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson, Williamsburg; Mary Crawford, Ottawa; Judy Milton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Milton, Ottawa; and Ervell Bronlecwe, daughter of Mrs. Isabellc Bronlecwe, Ottawa; take time out from an evening of study at the Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. They are four of the 600 women living in Morse Hall, the women's residence hall at the college. newest booklet, "The Bride's Guide," has all the answers (from announcing the engagement to "who pays for what") To receive your copy, write to An Landers, in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 35 cents in coin. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this news paper, enclosing a stamped, self addressed envelope. Entertains HCHClub H.C.H. Club was entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Walter Wood who received a Pomona Area News By MARY HUDELSON At the regular Rebekah meeting Tuesday evening, Mrs. Ella Cain, noble grand, presided. A party followed the business. Mrs. Minnie Rea, Mrs. Marguerite Louk, Mrs. Fern Burns and Mrs. Ella Flager served refreshments since they had birthdays in April. Eighteen members Were present. Mrs. Maude Hale, Newton, arrived Saturday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Puckett. She is helping to care for Puckett who is not well. Members of the Rebekah Lodge have been taking turns relieving them at nights. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sellens stayed Sunday and Tuesday nights; Mrs. Ella Cain and Mrs. Lulu Hunt helped Monday night. The Easter recess for the Pomona schools began at 2:30 p.m. Thursday. School will resume on Monday morning, April 15. THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, April 12, 1M3 hostess shower. Mrs. Frank' Wuckowitsch conducted t Hr • business and directed the ejrter- tainment. •'-•'•" ' For roll call members told of April Fool jokes which had been played on them. Refreshments were served to the seven bers and one child present. BUNNES and EASTER Perfect for picture* Don't Forget ... • Cameras • Film •Flashbulbs OK PHOTO SERVICE 314 S. Main CH 2-1541 CORRECTION Armour Star Fully Cooked HAMS 16 to 18 Pounds Prices Should have Been as follows Shank Portion Butt Portion * Shank Half Lb. * Butt Half Lb. * No Center Slices Removed from Half Kama THC OMAT AHAMTIC « PACIFIC TEA COMFAMT Super J^arkets 1859 AMIRKA'S DIPINDABU FOOD MIRCHANT 11 5' WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. for dads and grads A/ NEW / Alore/co* CORDLESS SPEBDSHAVER. 2OC (SC7970) the THIRD WAY to shave>-> ON THIS DAY OF REVERENCE — Hollow Chocolate Eggs ffiitcel *Has rotary blades-the third way to shave. * Shaves anywhere...In car, outdoors...on four tiny batteries. * No cord, plug-In or bulky re- charger. * Instant 'Flip-Top' cleaning. A-Only cordless with Norelco rotary blades. * Mirrored zipper case. Nordco North American Phillips Company, Inc. 100 E. 42nd St. New York 17, N.Y. STOP HERE FOR NORELCO SHAVERS ARNOLD'S JEWELRY 312 S. Main CH 2-3947 Everyone has their very own egg with their very own name on it. A wonderful Easter morning surprise. An unusual idea for party place markers. % 4 OZ . SIZE JELLY BEANS Tangy jelly bean bird bite sized eggs. 35c Lb. 4 Lbs. 1 .35 Rabbit Chocolate Covered Marshm allow decorated rabbit face. 15c Easter Boskets Beautiful decorated Easter Baskets chuck full with all kind of goodies. 49c - $3.98 SAND PAILS Filled with Easter candy and a toy in every pail. 39c - 98c PLASTIC EGGS Plastic treasure egg twists open. Reveals candy, tiny toy on grass nest. lOc ea. EASTER LILIES Three to Four Beautiful Blossoms YOUK MONEYS WOKTH MOKfATA WOOLWORTH'S ? M

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