The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 24, 1963 · Page 7
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Read St. Paul And Grow Up Dear Ann Landers: I see "Former Admirer" was shocked when she read you thought it was all right for a child to have a funeral for a pet cat or dog. Well, I have another shock for her. Here, in our beautiful city of Grand Rapdis, we have a pet cemetery. This pet cemetery has some lovely headstones and expensive monuments which have been erected by loving people in memory of their pets. One can always tell where the fresh graves are because of the wreaths and bouquets of flowers. The people who bury their pets here are not crazy. They are normal individuals who en- NEW UNIFORMS — Modeling new Job's Daughters drill team uniforms are Anne Christie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Christie, and Roxy Lennard, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Lennard. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith). Job's Daughters joyed their pets and want to give them a nice final resting place. I feel sorry for anyone who doesn't know the wonderful world of animals. They are missing one of life's greatest joys.-MICHIGANDER Dear Mich: There is something heart • warming and lovely about a youngster's funeral for his pet. But pet funerals belong to a child's world. Adults who erect headstones for dead animals should re-read St. Paul to the Corinthians: "When I was a child I spoke as a child, I felt as a child, I thought as a wouldn't trade her for Venus. That's love, - EL PASO Dear El Paso: You bet it is. How blessed you arc to have these wonderful feelings. And she is blessed, too — to be so appreciated and loved. Dear A«n Landers: There comes a time in a woman's life when she passes from being a "maiden" to an old maid. I think I've reached the crossroads. Please tell me what to do. For three years I lived in the same apartment building with Mr. Charming. We first met walking our dogs. It was quite romantic. He invited me /out to dinner. That was the first and last meal he ever bought me From then on he fell in love with my cooking and has been a steady boarder ever since. Six months ago I decided the rrangement was too c o n- enient for him so I moved across own. Now he comes over for inner three nights a week and other four nights he phones o "check." He is insanely jeal- us and becomes furious if my ine is busy because he doesn't want me talking to anyone else. He says nothing about marriage but wants to make sure I am "saving myself for him." I am 30. He is 37. What's the word?-GYPSY Dear Gypsy: The word is 'Good-bye" and I hope you use t soon. If this moocher were nterested in marriage you'd be lis wife by this time instead ol lis short-order cook. The guy isn't 37 years old and a bache or for nothing. Get with it, Pe- THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, April 24, 1983 ^J Plan To Compete Job's Daughters drill team,the Monday evening meeting in and choir held practice sessions at the meeting Monday evening in Masonic temple, in preparation for a Mother - Daughter tea May 5, at 2:30 p.m. in the temple. A book review by Mrs. Joe Stephenson will be a feature of the tea. It is announced that a one dollar donation will admit two persons. The proceeds of the tea will be used to send girls to the Job's Daughters state convention where the 24-member drill team and the choir will compete. Judy Daugliarthy presided at PRINTED PATTERN the absence of the honored queen, Anne Machin. It was reported that 61 girls attended the honored queen's church service in which the bethel took part. Plans have been made for the choir to sing tonight at the Skilton Music Club Youth Program at 7:45 First United Presbyterian Church. A letter of thanks was read rom the Christian Youth Coun- il for the choir's participation n the Easter sunrise service. Teresa Moore gave the story )f the Job's Daughters' robe for icr librarian's report. Present were 20 officers, 31 ihoir members and 11 council members. child. Now that I have become a man I have put away the things of a child." I add, humbly, "Amen." Dear Ann Landers: Most people write to you about their trou bles. I want to write to you about my blessings. It's a woman. And I am deep ly in love. If you think I'm a teenager let me assure you I am not. I have loved this worn an for 41 years. The road has been a rocky one. We've hac as much trouble or more than many of our friends. I've gone broke. There has been illness— and tragedy — but never once did I doubt that I was a lucky man because I had this jewel bj my side. We have seven won derful children. And they are won derful because of her — not me She has been the strength and the guiding light of our family. Her hair isn't golden a n more and her hands are work worn. But to me she is the mos beautiful woman in the world. FOR THE BIRDS — When Mrs. Grace Crane, RFD 1, went out recently to get an old mop she had left outside to dry. she found that birds had plucked loose many of the strands for nest building, leaving a decidely ragged piece of equipment. "It's for the birds," she quipped to a friend, "or, perhaps I should say, just between we birds since I am a 'Crane'." (Herald Photo). tuma. Does almost everyone have a good time but you? If so, send [or Ann Landers' booklet, "How To Be Well-Liked," 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. Will Host Convention US Army Mothers made final plans yesterday for the state convention to be held in North Amer ican Hotel, May 2, 3 and 4. Mem bers practiced a skit to be given at the jam session of the convention. Members tied knee robes and sewed carpet rags for a VA Hospital at the all-day session and ate sack lunches at noon. Smith-Wilcox Wedding Vow Kathryn Charlotte Smith, daughter of Mrs. C. A. Smith, Richmond, and Alfred Wilcox, Minneapolis, were married April 13, at the First Presbyterian Church in Minneapolis. Rev. Charles Krueger read the single ring ceremony in a setting of Easter lilies. Mrs. William Hemenway played organ selections. The bride wore a powder blue dress with a lace jacket, white accessories and a corsage of red roses. She was attended by her sister, Etta Blanche Smith, Kan sas City, whose deep pink dress was made like the bride's. She wore white accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. Cecil WUcox, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The bride's mother wore a blue dress and pink carnation corsage. A reception was held at the DAIRY QUEEN Now Has Fresh Lime SLUSH also Orange - Grape - Cherry Try It Now! home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wampler. The dining table was centered with a three-tier white edding cake decorated with oses. hearts and bells, and top>ed with lattice work, wedding ings and roses. Bridal wreath en- ircled the cake. Among those erving was Lili Featherston, iverbrook. The bride is music instructor if the grade school and high chool librarian of the Minneapolis schools, Mr. Wilcox farms and is a coun- y commissioner of Ottawa Coun- r. After a short wedding trip the couple is at home at 1011 North Concord street, Minneapolis. The Herald pays |5 every week [or the best news tip turned in by a reader. Scholl's Foot Pods for • Corns • Calluses • Bunions 45c a pkg. John G. Kaiser Drug Store (In Masonic Bldg.) Got FOUR? Get MORE! Get A QUARTER MORE THAN FOUR! At Home In New Mexico Announcement is made of the marriage of Julia Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richardson, Almagardo, N. M., and Robert E. Henley, son of Mrs. Kathryn Snodgrass, Salina, and Mr. Eldon Henley, 1029 N. Mulberry, Ottawa. The wedding took place March 16. The couple is at home at 814 Virginia, Alamagardo, N. M. Mr. Henley is stationed with the Air Force at Hollaman AFB, N. M. WONDERFUL VALUES - FAMOUS BRANDS SHOE SALE AT ANCHOR SAVINGS YOUR MONEY EARNS 4952 SIZES 2-10 She's irresistible — the little girl who wears this saucy sailor dress with side pleats to flare it out widely. Easy-sew in crisp white cotton with contrasting braid, bow. Printed Pattern 4952: C h i 1- dren's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 takes 2% yards 35-inch. 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 pat tern — any one you choose in new Spring-Summer Pattern catalog. Send 50 cents now. Circle Meets With Member Members of Coworkers Shut-In Circle gave Bible verses for roll call at the meeting yesterday with Mrs. Fred Puvogel. The session wgan with a song followed by a scripture reading by Mrs. Harvey McCann. Mrs. Ray Brown gave a read- ng, "There's a Saying"; Mrs. McCann read a poem, "Others"; Mrs. Albert Peterson gave a prayer, and Mrs. Fred Scott read, What America Needs." Reports by members included 10 sympathy cards, 17 cheer cards, 15 deeds of kindness, 57 telephone calls and 15 sick calls. For closing the members sang, "Blest Be the Tie," and repeated the Lord's Prayer in unison. Refreshments were served, Mrs. John Moses was a guest. CLEARANCE OF ENTIRE STOCK OF. WOMEN'S SPRING DRESS SHOES NOTHING RESERVED -- Except Whites and White Spectators Entire Stock of... Black Patents Bones Blues Reds Greens Colors Current Annual Dividends Compounded Semi-Annually OFF • Mid-Heels • Hi-Heels Famous Brands • Life-Stride • Air Steps • Jacqueline* • Galaxies • Heel Hugger* Socialettes Twelve members of Warren C. Block Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, sewed carpet rags last evening for a VA Hospital. The hostess, Mrs. James Pur- bin, was assisted by Mrs. Orpha Jones is serving refreshments. Guests were Mrs. Oscar Graham and Mrs. Ross Nichols. DRESS FLATS-Reg. 6.95 NOW 3.90 BUSTER BROWN--WASH'N WEAR PATENTS WHITES ^ — ^^ _ SIZES - INFANTS REDS $V| CJ C TO MISSES'SIZE 4 YELLOW ^"* ^^ *^ Regularly 6.95 to 8.95 COME EARLY! - WHILE SELECTIONS ARE BEST! THIS SALE OF NEW 1963 WOMEN'S, TEENAGE AND CHILDREN'S SHOES IS AT . . . RICHARDSON'S SHOE STORE AT ANCHOR SAYINGS YOUR MONEY IS SAFE • • • INSURED by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation! § Ay lives ASSOCIATION '•'^^ Harry T West, President OTTAWA 212 S. MAIN OTTAWA 235 South Main 731 Minnesota Avenue Kansas City, Kansas 5601 Johnson Drive Mission, Kansas 8017 Floyd Overland Park, Kansas Ottawa, Kansas 3740 West 95th Street Lea wood, Kansas 737 Massachusetts Lawrence, Kansas 115 South Kansas Olulhe, Kansai

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