The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 26, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Friday, April 26, 1963
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THB OTTAWA BERALT. Friday, April 26, MM Send "Crasher" To Foot Of Line Dear Ann Landers: The letter {3/from the reader who complained ,n:»bout his pet gripe, "Scat Sa•fivers," gave me the courage to *>> air my pet jjripc — "Line Crashers." •»<vi Even the most stupid and inscn- srtrsitivc slob should realize that people who make an effort to get .rrto a place early resent the crash- amer. *',\, Invariably the late arrivals jy-sscan the head of the line for a &,-. *~. Your '"Problems *fcr • ' By Ann A".". . 'ZLanders famib'ar face. Then they rush over and make with the big hello. «*rlh a few minutes someone turns Scrto you and says, "Doyou mind?" »* And they elbow their way in line. 3n' What can a person say except, _J» 44 0f course hot" even though he f ~"'is boiling inside? 1 would like to have your answer in print be- j cause my sentiments are shared I by millions who are also stump- I ed.-ANTI-PUSHERS S -. Dear A«tt: If you resent line- Lcjirashers, don't just stand there | 'URe a tower of tapioca. Say, "Yes, «•.£ do mind. The end of the line there." (P.S. The Line- Crashers are probably the ones who turn out to be Seat-Savers once they get inside.) V Dear Ann Landers: I'm a student it a midwestern college. We (lave/ several foreign students and I find them very in— .particularly one man with whom I have infatuated. believed my parents democratic and broad-mind"'but I was mistaken. They gr Over 300 £ Movable Shutters I and Louver Doors S in stock -• From 69e up HOME IIAUTIFUt : novablt shutters strongly disapprove of my romance with this foreign student. I have always had deep feelings about brotherhood and equality. I hate discrimination of any kind. So many people talk one way and live another. Please print this letter and express your views on the subject. It will be of interest to many college students. — INTERNATIONAL PROBLEM Dear International: You haven't told me whether this foreign student is of your race and religion but you indicate he is not, If he is, I see no reason why you should not continue the romance. I am against interfaith and interracial dating — and this goes for the boy next door as well as the boy from half a world away. Dating leads to mating. Marriage has enough hazards without adding the problem of religious and racial differences. In the area of civil rights I believe strongly in equality. But dating and marriage are matters of personal choice. I believe in the individual's freedom to make the choice, but every study on marriage and divorce which I have seen indicates that t h e chances for success are greater when people stick to their own. Dear Ann Landers: How can I correct this situation without hurting my son-in-law's feelings? Jeff is a wonderful fellow and I don't know what to do about the problem he is causing our family. Jeff has an unmarried brother who is sweet on my youngest daughter, Sally. She does not care for Jeff's brother but she feels she must be polite to him. In the meantime Jeff brings his brother to our house at least three times a week. I have hinted strongly, but Jeff doesn't get it. Is there anything that can be done, short of coming right out and telling Jeff his brother is not welcome? — THREE'S A CROWD Dear Crowd: Doesn't Sally have vocal cords? I can't see that this is your problem — or your son- in-law's. Your daughter should tell the pest straight away that she's not interested in him and to stop coming over. You and your son- in-law should not become involved. It'§ Sally's respnsibility. Dear Am Landers: I disagree violently with your words to the unhappy divorcee. She criticized the "weeping widows" and claimed divorcees have a much tougher time because they don't get the moral support and sympathy of their family and friends. You told her, "One thing is certain— The widow didn't have a choice." Some divorcees don't have discover itr The THIRD way to shave... THE NOftELCO WAY comfortable, close and clean. FIRST WAY-Hiior bltdei script off whiskers. SECOND WAY-"Clippir" tlietrics pinch 'em off. THIIO WAY-Norelco exclusive ro- tiry blades stfeke off whiskers! Nore/ 9 30 (SC7MO) with 'Floating-Heads' Smoothest iluve— elein, close, comfortable... M* it huft every curve e( tot feee. Nortko North American Phillips Company, Inc. 100 E. 42nd St. New York 17, N.Y. PULL STOCK OF •VOJtefICO SHA V£RS ARNOLD'S JEWELRY 312 S. Main CH 2-3947 Philathea Has Dinner Philathca Class of First I3np- ist Church served a potlucli d ; n- ler yesterday in Elliott hall. An arrangement of iris and spirca centered the table. Mrs. A. K. Ilader conducted he business session. Following devotions by Mrs. Lillie McCulough the group sang the class song and each member told how she spent Easter. The committee included Mrs. HcCullough, Mrs. Radcr, Mrs. Sadie Steele, Mrs. T. W. Henshaw, Mrs. H. H. Hayes and Miss Maggie Elder. Nineteen members attended. Visitors were Mrs. John Anderson, Jr., Lindsborg, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Jennings and Beth, Mrs. Carl Senter and Mrs. Gordon Blunt. TOMORROW'S HOMEMAKERS - Here are Ottawa High Future Homemakers of America officers of 1963-84 school year. From left: Rita llollingcr. second vice president; Margery Golden, treasurer; Gail Davenport, first vice president; Sharon Rice, student counselor; Eloise Montgomery, secretary, and Donna Bcncs, president. (Herald Photo) choice cither. When a husband in his middle 40's goes off his rocker for a younger and more attractive woman the wife is helpless. I know because it happened to me. Perhpas some wives have the strength to take the insults and the slaps and punches, and present a smiling face to the world but I wasn't equal to it. The only choice I had was to let him to or end up in a mental institution. If you are fair you'll print this. My name is —LEGION Dear Legion; No woman should put up with slaps and punches. [ recommend separation when there is physcial abuse and I have said so repreatedly. Divorce is a different matter. Are you tempted to smoke because the crowd does? If so, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Teenage Smoking," enclosing with your request 10 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Auxiliary Has Election., Initiation Memorial Auxiliary No. 5901, VFW, initiated Mrs. Loyd Myers last evening, received one petition and elected officers. Mrs. Rose Abbott presided. Officers, who will take their positions in June, are: president, Mrs. Abbott; senior vice president, Mrs. Frank Lehew; junior vice president, Mrs. Glen Hardesty; treasurer, Mrs. F. C. Wise; conductress, Mrs. Victor Sowers; chaplain, Mrs. Mabel Simmons; guard, Mrs. Robert D. Altic; trustee, Mrs. Clifford Johnson. It was voted to allow S10 for hospital work. An invitation was read from US Army Mothers to attend the slate convention in Ottawa next week. Mrs. J. E. Ralston and Mrs. Bob Robinson were appointed as the committee. Mrs, Chester Louderback announced that 188 balls of rug rags were sewed at two sewing meetings recently and that the rug rags and homemade cookies will be taken to Wadsworth VA Hospital and the Town and Country 4-H Club will give entertainment. Mrs. Clarence McFadden and Mrs. Altic served refreshments. PRINTED PATTERN 4677 SIZES 10-20 The Baby Has Been Named The son born April 24 to Dr. and Mrs. Alan Herrington, Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Tex., has been named Thomas Lowell. He weighed 8 lb., 8 oz. The Herring- tons have another son, Howard Gene. 20 months old. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crites, 810 W. 5th, are grandparents. Mrs. Crites left yesterday to visit in the home. For Fast Results I READ and USE HE WANT ADS EGULARLY! Director Is Club Speaker Dr. Franklin Boraks, direo tor of Franklin County Guidance Center, was guest speaker for the Soroptimist Club last evening. His topic was "Community Service." Miss Nell Barnaby introduced the speaker. Mrs. Lester E. Daugharthy was hostess assisted by Mrs. Ray Mahoney and Miss Esther Garrison. Twenty-two attended. Rent a a by the month from Albright's SEWING CIRCLE Postpone Meeting While Shrine No. 19. Order of While fllirino of Jerusalem, made plans last even'ng to postpone the regular May 9 meeting until May 17, after the supreme session. Mrs. Lcc Finch, worthy high priestess, her husband, and Mrs. Myrtle Rogers will leave May 4, to attend the Supreme Shrine session to be in New Or| lorn* May 7, R and 9. Mrs. Finch presided at the meeting in Masonic temple last evening. The group voted to contribute ?5 to the PTA milk fund. The refreshment committee in- eluded Mr. and Mrs. Ray Talbott and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Talbott. A social hour followed the meeting. U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ANIPINCES! for 1963 Higher Bushel Guarantees Lower Soybean Premium Rates Pays Up To 100 % Loss On Corn More Liberal Policy Provisions Federal crop insurance has been changed to better serve the needs of today's modern farming methods. The best of "yesterday,'* is now even better for "tomorrow." * Protects money spent by you to produce crops, against loss from all natural hazard* beyond your control. For Insurance on Corn and Soybeans in Franklin County See Federal Crop Insurance Corporation 427 South Main Ottawa, Kansas Sew summer's darling — the princess with a graceful yoke thai stays away cooly from the neck. Choose mint-fresh cotton shantung. Printed Pattern 4677: Misses Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 requires 4 1-8 yards 39-inch fabric. Thirty-five 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. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. SO YOU BOTH WANT ONE OF THE NEW AUTOMOBILES? Then ifs our business to help you get one without delay and at reasonable bank rates. 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