The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 19, 1963 · Page 6
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,4! ( titt OTTAWA RBftALD Friday, April li, 19M *4tift Landers Keep Your Eyes On "Smart" Wife Ana Dta* Am Landers: I am a tnvoUnf mm who leaves home eta Monday and returns on Friday. Alia has been my routine for 12 join. My wife knew this when I mar- iM her tight yean ago and she aaM it was O.K. with her - that ate would never beef about my tttnff away. Her father worked on the railroad so she was accustomed to it. She has kept her promise, but now I think maybe Ih a v e other problems. Last night I arrived home a few hours earlier than usual. The place wts filled with cigar smoke. there was a cigar butt in the ash tray. My wife was washing her hair. When I asked about the smoke in the house and ahowed her the cigar butt she •aid, "I've always wanted to moke a cigar. . . so tonight I tried one." What do you think? —LOSING BY A NOSE Dear Note: Any woman who can think mat fast is going to be awfully hard to out-smart. In the absence of other evidence accept her explanation — and keep your eyes open. Dear Am Lander*: Our daughter received a party invitation in the mail yesterday. She said, "lan't this cute?" and handed it to me. 1 was shocked to see a line — written across the bottom el the invitation which read — "Bring your own bottle." Marie is a college freshman— but only 17. Til* party, she argues, it being- given by one of the "best-rated girls in town." Her tamer is a doctor and her mother is one of "the'society leaders. They live in a mansion with a three-car garage. I told her I didn't care about their 'garage and that she wasn't going to the party. There was no arguing. Marie muttered "0. K." and that was the end of it. My husband says maybe I am wrong. He claims perhaps we •hould allow our daughter to be exposed to all sides of life, and •lake her own choices. What is your opinion? - LOUISIANA PURCHASE me he's in love with this girl but he enjoys my company a great deal. I'd have to be pretty dumb not to realize that I am his second choice. This girl treats Jim like dirt. She stands him up when she gets a chance to go with fellows she considers more important. Then he calls me — and I go running. I hope one day he will see what she is doing to him and that he will stick with me. What are my chanccs?-SPENCE Dear Spencc: Your chances arc about the same as a snowflakc on the Sahara. Some men just love to be kicked around. The more abusive the treatment, the better they like it. If this girl drops him on his head he will probably fall for another girl who treats him the same way. And you will continue to be second — or third. Planning a wedding? Leave nothing to chance. Ann Landers' 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 Ann 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 newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Purchase: I'm with you, mother. It's bad enough when 17- year-olds go to parties that some- hew "turn out" to be drunken trtwls. But to knowingly allow your teenager to attend a party to which she has been instructed to "bring her own bottle" would be stupid. Teenage drinking is assuming dangerous proportions and it's letting worse. Parents who allow kids to make such "choices" are merely covering up for the fact that they have lost control. Dear Am: I am 19. He is 21. Jim is the nicest guy I ever met. 1 am trying desperately not to faO head over tea-kettle, but I am losing the battle. The problem is this: Jim has another girl who keeps giving him the run-around. He has told MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM ARTHUR DEMPSAY (Wright Photo) Easter Ceremony In Paola Church Adelines To Compete In Region Meet The Marais des Cygncs Chap ter of Sweet Adelines Inc. of Ottawa, Kansas will be attending the annual Regional Convention and chorus and quartet competi tion on Saturday, April 20, 1963 The Independence Missouri chapter is hostess this year. The convention activities will be held at the Muelbach Hotel and com petition at William Chrisman High School, Independence Missouri. Choruses and quartets from a seven state region will be competing. This includes Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Arkansas and Iowa. This will be the Marias des Chapter's first appearance in competition. There will be 20 women from Ottawa, and the director, attending. The convention and competition will be climaxed at 8:15 at William Chrisman High School. Show will be presented by Independence Chapter and winning choruses and quartets. This is open to the public. Marge Ott, Jessie Pratt and James Snider will be attending a breakfast and critique on Sunday morning at the Hotel President. Marilyn Ann Maisch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waller G. Maisch, Paola, and William Arthur Dempsay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion A. Dempsay, Rantoul, were married April 14, in Trinity Lutheran Church, Paola. Rev. Homer H. Kurth performed the double ring ceremony before a setting of Easter lilies at the altar. The bride's brother, Lyman Gene Maisch, lighted the candles. James Rutter, organist, played traditional wedding marches and Roger Lee Maisch, the bride's brother, sang, "Showers of Blessing," and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a street length gown of candlelight brocade with fitted bodice, lightly gathered skirl and long fitted sleeves. The cumerbund and jewel neckline were trimmed with satin binding. The bride's shoulder length veil was filled over a small lace flower at the crown. She carried a bouquel of American Beauty roses. Una Fern Prolhe, cousin of the bride, wore an orchid taffeta shealh lopped with a pleated tunic overskirt. Her headdress was of orchid net filled over nel rosebuds. She carried a bouquel of pink roses. Clifford Dempsay acted as best Our Own Special I Frosty Malts SELECT DAIRY 1020 N. Main CH 2-1607 Just In Time ... For Spring Clean-Up "NALCO" White HOUSE PAINT "Best By Comparison" Another Quality Product fly National Lead Co. $495 4 WALKER'S Wallpaper and Paint Shop 101 E. 2nd Maude and Lloyd CH 2-4980 PotlucU For Young Folks 9 Class WELLSVILLE - The Bibleers (Young People's) Sunday School Class of the New Hope Baptist Church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Garrett Saturday for a potluck supper. During the supper Mr. Garrett took movies of the young people around the table. An Easter - rabbit cake baked by Ruth Ann Shoemaker was the center of attraction. After supper, Mr. Garrett led in a word association game. Ruth Ann, class president, presided at the meeting. Pat Newiiall gave devotions, "The Meaning of the Cross." Plans were then made for the Christian Social Relations project, a play, "Youth Questions Alcohol." It will be given in the near future. The young people divided into groups to work on the different phases of the project. Pat Newhall. Winchester, Mass., a student at Ottawa University; Gayle Robinson, Waverly, Mo., and Rick McCormack, Olathe, were guests. Naomi Group Miss Nellie March directed the lesson, "We Share in Korea and Taiwan," yesterday for Naomi i CWF group of First Christian Church. Assisting with the lesson were Mrs. Harold Shomber, Mrs. Eugene Suffron and Mrs. Ralph Armstrong. Mrs. Robert Whirley gave devotions. Mrs. Paul Mohr was host-! ess assisted by Mrs. Lee Nichols and Miss Clara Stitt. Note Wedding Anniversary RICHMOND - Mr. and Mrs Glen Wharton honored the 55th wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wharton, with a dinner April 8. Their son, Vermn Wtiarton, Mobile, Ala., called them to extend Iwst wishes. Club Forecast GOLDEN AOE Recreation Cluk, Youth Center. Rent by the month from Albright's /Nicciu\ DON'T MISS Timton* AD ON PAGE 9 man for his brother. Ushers were the bride's brothers, Larry Dean and Lyman Gene Maisch. The groom's sister, Connie Lee Dempsay, was at the guest book. The bride's mother wore a navy linen shealh lopped with white jacket, and white accessories. The groom's mother wore a navy sheath and matching jacket accented with white accessories. Nancy Larson and Reva Ohl- meier, Kansas City, and Beverly Maisch, Topeka, were in charge of the gifts. Marie Schukneccht, Kansas City, Mrs. Eldon Maisch, Mrs. Leland Prothe, Mrs. Richard Prothe and Mrs. Merle Minden, Paola, assisted with the reception. The reception table was covered with a net cloth tied at the corners with lavender ribbons and flowers, and while candles tied with lavender ribbons. The three- lier pale lavender cake was decorated with white sugar bells. The couple is at home at Ran- loul. The bride, graduate of Paola High School, is secretary for the law firm of Anderson & Byrd. The groom, Rantoul High School graduate, operates the D & D Aero Spraying, Inc., Ran j toul. Coat Sale While They Las COME & GET 'EM EDMISTON STORES, INC. Bennett's Special Flavor WALNUT FUDGE Ice Cream Available at all BENNETT Retail Dealers at the BENNETT RETAIL ICE CREAM STORE COFFEE - HOT CHOCOLATE PEPSI -- ROOT BEER MALTS - SHAKES -- SUNDAES HAMBURGERS — CHEESEBURGERS CHILI — CONEYS — FRENCH FRIES PORK TENDERLOIN — HOT DOGS Retail Ice Cream Store CH 2-4974 212 N. Main CAN YOU NAME THESE FAMOUS MOVIE STARS By Their Equally Famous Nicknames . .. Identify Them THE KING" 1. Gary Cooper 2. Clark Gable 3. Gary Grant "PIN-UP GIRL" 1. Mane McDonald 2. RitaHayworth i. Betty Grable -THE VOICE" 1. Frank Sinatra 2. Bing Crosby 3. Parry Como -BB" 1. Binnla Barnes 2. Brigttte Bardot 3. 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