The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 23, 1963 · Page 7
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Ann Landers A Sad Future In Misbehaving so we Dear Ann Landers: I am 17 and already my life is messed up. Ted and I went steady for six months and we began to do things we had no right to do. I became pregnant. We both quit school and got married right away. My folks thought it would be best if we moved out of town, I hate my life and whit I have done to Ted. The baby J :ries all t h e time and gets oni Ted's nerves. He drinks too much I and I can't blame him. We live in a dump and there is no money for sitters or movies or decent clothes. Ted never says anything but I know he must hate me because I got him into this. I'm afraid he hates the baby, too. He never holds her or pays attention to her. There are times when I think this is all a bad dresm and I'll wake up at home in my own bed, and get dressed and go to school with the kids I liked so much. But I know too well that those days are over for me and I am stuck. I'm not writing for advice, It's too late for that. I'm just writing in hopes you will print this letter, for the benefit of other teenagers who think they know it all - like I did.-WRECKED AT 17 Dear Wrecked at 17: I hope your letter shakes up the teenagers who are behaving as you and Ted did during your dating days. The only difference between them and you is they have been luckier. So far. Dear Ann Landers: My wife and I have a lot of company. Friends and relatives seem to be here all the time. Every time a it. certain man leaves we have an argument. Maybe you can settle it. What, if anything, should be said to a guest who sits in a chair balancing himself on the two back legs as he leans against the wall? I'd like to tell him to stop he- cause it makes me nervous. My wife says you can't tell an adult how to sit in a chair. I disagree with her. Whose side are you on?-PUZZLED JOE Dear Joe: I'm on your side. When adults behave like kids they should be treated like kids. If the guest should break his neck in your home you could be sued. A simple sentence would do it. Sample: "Please don't sit the two older ones are fairly good swimmers. The youngest is learning. Please tell me what you think of this. If I am wrong I wish you'd say so.—MR. YAK Dear Mr. Yak: The sensible approach is to make sure all the children are good swimmers and see to it that they fellow the rules. Insist that they swim in pairs and make sure an adult is within calling distance at all times. It would be a shame to fill in the pool and deprive your children of the fun of swimming at home when a few simple rules could insure safety. 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. Travelogue With Slides For Program Giving the program for MPM Club meeting yesterday afternoon was Mrs, F. E. Warner who showed slides of her trip around the world. Twenty-three were present. Hostesses for the meeting in First Methodist Church were Mrs. John Okerberg and Mrs W G. Tulloss. Miss Maie Dick read the club collect. The next meeting will be a spring brunch at the church. An invitation was read from the superintendent of Osawatomie State Hospital to attend the open house on April 28 and to visit the hospital during Mental Health week. An invitation was read for members to visit Ransom Memorial Hospital on its anniversary May 12, or during Hospital Week, May 12 to 18. It was suggested that visitors bring petunia plants for the hospital grounds flower beds You make me like that, nervous." Pear Ann Landers: My wife has been nagging me for the past two months that this summer we must fill our swimming pool with dirt so she can have peace of mind. Last summer our neighbors lost a 4-year-old boy in a swimming pool accident. The pool belonged to a friend in another city and my wife hasn't been the same since. She keeps telling me she is sure one of our three will meet with the same fate if we don't fill up the pool. Our kids enjoy the pool and RNFClub Has Social Royal Neighbor Friendship Club members modeled hata for roll call last evening at the meet ing with Mrs. Mae Lilly. Mrs H. H. Feuerborn was in charge Mrs, Glenn Morgan received the mystery prize and Mrs. Glenn Miller, Mrs. Morgan and Mrs Fred Adamson received prizes in bingo games. Serving refreshments were Mrs. Lena Cyre, Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Carl Furman. DRESS REHEARSAL — Mrs. Joe Stephenson (second from right), Ottawa and Mrs. Harvey Fried, Osawatomie, check costumes for a patient-emphye production, "Great Day," to be given at 1:30 p.m. at hospital's annual open house, Sunday April 28. Dale Moser, Ottawa University senior, is assisting with the production, written and directed by Mrs. Fried and Mrs. Stephenson. The two volunteers have brought two new therapies to hospital—acting and dancing. Mrs. Stephenson has formed little theater group for patients and Mrs. Fried conducts dance therapy class. Plan June Ceremony Karen Raye Osborne's engagement to Henry Duane Huddlestun is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Osborne, Wichita. Mr. Huddlestun is the son of Mr, and Mrs. George Huddlestun, Williamsburg. The wedding will take place June 2, in West Side Christian Church, Wichita. Miss Osborne attends Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, and is a physical education major. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, national honor society and secretary - treasurer of Alpha Beta, women's honorary physical education society. Mr, Huddlestun was graduated from Williamsburg High School and was salutatorian of his class. His major at KSTC is mathematics. KAREN OSBORNE ADDITIONAL SOCIETY ON PAGE 12 Club Forecast Wednesday CHILD STUDY, Mrs. Lelan Davis OMICRON CHAPTER, Mrs. Gerald Garrett TOT-TO-TEEN, Mrs. H. M. Drake, Jr. 3KILTON MUSIC CLUB, Youth program. First United Presbyterian Church LAFALOT Club, Mrs. B. L. Stratton REBEKAHS /MICCMJS Need a New or Used Sewing O SM Machine Albright's Colbern's Restaurant SPECIAL LUNCHEON 11 :00 a.m. to 2 :00 p.m. Evening For a Treat in Steaks or Chops Prime Aged Top Sirloin Small Fillet .... Roast Prime Rib of Beef 14-oz. K.C. Strip Steak Colbern's Famous Fried Chicken . Chopped Sirloin Steak $1.50 $1.75 $2.95 $1.50 $ .95 SPECIAL BUFFET Every Evening 5:00 to 8:30 (Featuring) Prime Ribs • Bar-B-Que Spare Ribs » Colbern's Famous FRIED CHICKEN $1.50 There's "SOMETHING EXTRA" about owning an OLDSMOBlLti HANDSOME HONEY OF THE LOW-PRICE FIELD! OLDSMOBILE F^*£3 Wai" 3^" Exciting naw bland of baauty and action ... in tha lowprlea fialdl Sparkling ... spirited ... spanking new! That's the F'85... the beautifully practical way to move into an Oldsmobile! Big car ride! Small car maneuverability! Plus an aluminum V-8 that delivers up to 195 h.p.! See it... the low-priced, fun-to-drive F-85 ... at your Dealer's now! It's every inch an Oldsmobile! » 811 YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED OLDSMONll QUAUTY DIALER MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC Socialettes Visiting during the weekend ith Gardner P. Walker, Sr., nd Miss Louise Walker was Mrs. ardner P. Walker, Jr. Arling- on Va. She had visited with er daughter and family, Lt. and Irs. Russell Simpkins and baby .uke AFB, Phoenix Arix. also i Denver Colo., with her sis- ers Dr. Estelle Parsley and liss Emma Parsley, and was en oute home. Jonnic Kay Kendall, 8-year-old Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John [enclall Jr., Williamsburg, has een awarded a certificate of me if. for "Honorable Mention" in he pages of "Jack and Jill" mag- zine, an international maga ine for children Skilton Club Youth Program All persons interested are invited to attend the Skilton Music Club annual youth program Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. in First United Presbyterian Church. The program will include piano solos, choral, instrumental and violin numbers. Pupils taking part will be from the music studios of Mrs. R. L. Stevens, Mrs. Eldon Rader, Mrs. M. A. Welty Mrs. E. G. Stucker, Mrs. J. R. Henning Mrs. W. G. Snedaker and Mrs, Edgar D. Kcrr. Mrs. Paul Shipps music director for Ottawa schools, will present a choral group from Hawthorne 6th grade. Dean Zook, music director for First Methodist Church, will present the Wesley CWBCClub Has Lesson The Credit Women's Breakfast Club lesson topic. "Your Financial Future," was given last evening by Miss Alma Schweitzer and Mrs. Ivan Jones. Mrs. Walter Randel was host^ ess assisted by Mrs. Betty Burrough. It was announced the annual Bosses' Dinner will be June 4, at North American Hotel. Dixie Thompson was a new member. Guests present were Mrs. Kenneth Cook and Mrs. Kelley Lloyd. choir with Nancy Burlingham as accompanist. The Ottawa High School instrumental director, Loren Mat. thews, will present a clarinet quar' tet composed of Harriet Bech- THE OTTAWA HERALD ; Tuesday, April S3, If6| tie, Donald Castleberry, Sauer and Phil Whirley, and • flute trio, Swan Sandow, Gail Garrett and Arlysa Baker. Mrs. A. L. Welborn will bring the Pomona Junior High School chours of 1) voices to ftaf • spiritual, Mm, A. H. North will direct the Job's Daughters choir in a choral number "If Yo« Stand Very Still." Use our modem STORAGE PLAN McFadden Electric Electrical Contracting General Repair Phone CH 2-2971 We'll bring a hamper<box fop ywir ofT'Seaaes) clothes—then pick it up (or expert, Sanitone drycleaning. That means every item receive* gentle handling »nd careful attention, Whea needed again, your clothes will b« r«turne4 t* you professionally prcBted, ready to wear. Call on iu today and avoid closet clutter. BOND'S i CLEANERS 125 S. Main R O ¥ A L neat WELCOME TO OUR BANK We cordially welcome you info the family of our depositors and customers. To be sure, words of welcome mean most when they are demonstrated by complete and effict* ent service. That we shall strive to give you a/* ways. Whenever you visit our bank — whether it is to make a deposit, use other banking services, or simply to ask a financial question - you can al« ways expect to find here a spirit of friendly cooperation. We welcome you: and we welcome *Y*ry op« portunity to help you with your money matters. Do come in often! We Are Now Paying a Guaranteed 3 ] /2% Interest on Savings Account* and 4% Interest on One-Year Saving* Certificates. "You Are Always Welcome At The First" FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of OTTAWA H f £ 412-418 South Main St. Ott«w« CH 2-3640 Oldest Bank in Franklin County - "Since 1870" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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