The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 29, 1963 · Page 7
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Let Husband Have Sensational Office Dear Ann: Ten years ago when my husband moved his office into a new building he asked me to do the decorating. I worked awfully hard but the results were worth it. I used walnut paneling, beiges, browns, and burnt oranges for contrast. Everyone remarked on the quiet elegance and the atmosphere of dignity and restfulness. Friends suggested I go in for decoraitng as a career. Several weeks ago my husband mentioned re-doing his offices. Your Problems By Ann Landers His secretary is putting to work some of her ideas, he said. Yesterday when I saw the finished offices I almost fainted. It looks like a Miami nightclub. I said nothing but I'm sure he sensed my disappointment. Should I come right out and tell him his offices are a monstrosity and that I'd be happy to redo them for him? He seems to think his secretary did a "sensational" job. Please advise.—OUTRAGED Dear Outraged: Say nothing. Any comment from you would sound like sour grapes. Get busy on a decorating project at home. It will help to keep your mind off the office. And stay away from there. If you don't see it, it won't bother you so much. Dear Ann: Mother has always run my life. I thought when I married she'd stop, but no such luck. Mother is a bright woman and I'm certain much of her advice is sound. I resist it, however, just because it comes from her. Now, we are having a violent disagreement and I'd like your views. Our 3-^-year-old son has been walking and talking since he was II months old. He's unusually active and I'm exhausted trying to keep him from destroying the house. I've lost 20 pounds since this »KiW was born. My doctor suggested nursery school, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., not only to give me relief, but to keep the boy busy. My mother says young women today are running away from their children and dodging their responsibilities by sticking their pre-school children in day nurseries. She says this produces insecure, rejected children. Is mother right or wrong? — NO MATCH FOR MOM Dear No Match: For every parent who is running an adult's life there must be an adult who is permitting it. Domination is a two-way proposition. Day nurseries are excellent for some children and not good for others. Since your doctor recommended it for your child, take his advice. Precocious and active youngsters are better off in a nursery school than at home with a nervous, hair-pulling mother. Dear Ann Landers: With all this talk about physical fitness I am becoming more conscious of my husband's laziness. When Horace comes home from work all he wants to do is sit in the chair and watch TV and read the news- alone. For some men pushing 60 a drink of water for himself. Some of the husbands of my friends enjoy tennis, badminton, handball, and even skiing. Horace says he never was the athletic type and he's not about to go in for body-building at this stage of life. Horace is 58 years old, not ov< erweight, just flabby. Can you think of something I can say to get him out of the rocking chair? Many thanks. - JUST THE WIFE Dear Wife: Leave the poor guy paper. He's even too lazy to get is exercise enough. A man who has never done much in the way of athletics should not start playing tennis and bandminton at 58. It could kill him. Some men get all the exercise they need serving as pallbearers for their buddies who tried to kid the calendar. Planning a wedding? Leave noth ing to chance. Ann Landers' new< est booklet, "The Bride's Guide," has all the answers (from an nouncing 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. 16 Members Attend Paola Luncheon Sixteen members of Ottawa business and Professional Women's Club attended the Second District spring luncheon in Paola Sunday. Those going were Mrs. Delbert Campbell, president; Mrs. Grace Bell, Miss Alta O'Flaherty, Mrs. Chester Medaris, Mrs. Ivan Jones, Mrs. Joe Towner, Miss Eleanor Lloyd, Miss Lucile Prunty, Miss Margaret Prunty, Mrs. E. C. Gummings, Miss Nan cy Lollar, Mrs. Phil Hart, Miss Gladys Anthony, Miss Ethyle Welton, Miss Genevieve Gillette and Mrs. Arthur Jones. Mattie Roscoe, Paola, district director, presided. Earlene Me Ginness, Garnett, gave the invocation and Margaret Mangrum Moran, led the flag salute. Mrs Campbell gave a response to the welcome by Laura Harmon, Paola. Wanda Lewis, Paola, was nar rator for a fashion show. Mrs Alice Pettit, Paola, was guesi speaker. Other towns represented besides Paola and Ottawa were Burlington, Ft. Scott, Garnett lola, Moran, Osawatomie, Plea santon and Yates Center. CERAMIC WALLS & FLOORS FORMICA TOPS Inlaid Linoleum TILE Christian Bros. FLOORS CH 2-2285 Ottawa Entertains Music Club Pamela Bryan entertained th._ Allegretto Music Club Friday evening at the home of her aunt Mrs. Marie Mathis. Member played a program of piano music Susan North, Pamela Bryan Jill Hashagen, Jo Lynne Ram sey and Suzanne Unruh gav memory recitals and receive* awards from Mrs. M. A. Welty club sponsor. Members did written theon work. Refreshments were served Mrs. Richard Bryan, Mrs. Kar Romstedt and Mrs. Mathis to members and guests. It's springtime at financial house the money BLOOM come pick some! is in • Loins • Budgeting • Financing [Interstate faOU86 jj FINANCE COMPANY TOM TOULOUSE, MANAGER South Main St - CH 2-1090 HER OWN TAILOR — Mrs. Fred Johnson, Richmond, wears a brown all-wool suit and print overblousc which she made for herself. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Wanted New Suit Sewed It Herself If you would like to have a new suit and find they do not Fit into your budget, don't fret, just buy material and make one. That is what Mrs. Fred Johnson, Richmond, did. And Mrs. Johnson will be 80 come July 9. "I just made the skirt at first," says Mrs. Johnson. "Then I saw pictures of suits priced all the way from $20 to $90 and decided to get more material and make the whole suit." Although the overblouse and the jacket lining of the same material look like silk, the seamstress says they are printed cotton as it was the material which looked best with the brown wool. "It means more to me to have folks praise a dress or skirt, if I have made it myself," Mrs. Johnson says. "I make lots of my clothes. To prove her point, she brought out several dresses of different colors which she had made, all with the same careful attention to detail which characterizes good work. Mrs. Johnson does housework, gardening, and lots of work for her church circle which meets twice a week to quilt. She marks all the out lines for the women to follow in quilting, a time-consuming job. Mrs. Johnson and her daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Roberts, live together and Mrs. Roberts works every afternoon excepl Monday for an hour as librarian in the Richmond library. Golden Age Festival Fifty-one senior members of he First Methodist Church were entertained at a golden age fes- ival by the Commission of Chrisian Social Concerns. The group took communion after which a fried chicken dinner was served by the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Rev. Charles P. Knight was master of ceremonies. A clarinet trio consisted of Thurston Wallace, John Hoppe and Curtis Langdon. There were vocal solos by Susan Kelly, accompanied by Susan Sadow, and by Dean Zook, accompanied by Mrs. Franklin Baker. Mrs. Alex Telfer directed the singing of gospel hymns. Mrs. Delbert Campbell pinned a corsage on the oldest guest, Mrs. Mary Kincaid, who is 91. Mrs. E. R. Crawford was a close runner-up. It was found that Mrs. Owen Fowler has been a member of this church for 70 years. Only one of the guests, Mrs. A. J. Brady, was born in Ottawa. Frank Carlson came from Sweden; Mrs. Fannie Standfast from Germany. Ottawa Vows In First Baptist TOE OTTAWA HERALD londay, April 29, IMS Marilyn Haworth, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Richard R. Haworth, Elmhiu-st, HI., a former Ottawa University student, and Clarence E. Whitesell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Whitesell, Clearwater, were married Saturday at 3 p.m. in First Baptist Church. The bride's father performed the ceremony in a setting of white chrysanthemums, palms and white candles. Dr. Raymond P. Jennings assisted. The bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haworth, Green Lake, Wis., gave two solos and a duet accompanied by Mrs. J. K. Henning. David and Danny Hopkins, twin nephews of the groom, lighted the wedding ia- pers. The bride wore a white peau- de soie gown with fitted bodice and elbow length sleeves. Organdy flowers and seed pearls (rimmed the rounded neckline and the bottom of the flared bell skirt. A triple bow at the waist Entertain Grand Circle Officers Franklin County De Mclay Mothers Circle No. 15 entertained the grand president and her officers at a dinner Friday evening in Masonic Temple, initiated six new members and received one transfer. Grand officers attending were the grand president, Lorene Valentine, Pittsburg; grand almoner, Mrs. Harry Loyd, Ottawa; grand service, Rose Clingenpeel, Atchison; grand marshal, Irene Duttweller, Atchison; grand parliamentarian, Verda Sturn, Topeka; grand second vice president, Mrs. Clarence Reefer, Ottawa; grand chaplain, Ellen Cox, Parsons; grand organist, Marie Smith. Pittsburg; grand sentinel, Ora Mae Cook, Pomona; grand treasurer, Lora Preston, Columbus; also five past grand presidents. Mrs. Paul Boyke presided at the business meeting. Initiated were Mrs. Helen Davis, Mrs. Peggy Hobbs, Mrs. Wanda Record, Mrs. R. H. Kelley, Mrs. FVances Dunn and Mrs. Dorothy Thomsen. Mrs. Ora Mae Cook was the transfer. A corsage and a monetary gift were presented to Mrs. Valentine, a corsage to Mrs. Boyke and gifts to all grand officers. The table was decorated to carry out an April shower theme. During the dinner the Sweet Adelines sang several numbers. Members of the De Molay Chapter assisted with the serving. The menu and kitchen committee included Darlene Smith, Dorothy Nichols, Mildred Fogle and Maxine Haworth. In charge of decorations and the dining room were Velma Howell, June Kile, Marjorie Alexander and Bertha Bell. Mrs. Harry Loyd was in charge of the guesl book. Forty-four attended. back matched I similar bow ttached to the three-tier illusion eil. The bride designed and fash- oned her dress and veil with Inch she wore short gloves trimmed in seed pearls. Her cascade >ouquet of carnations was designed with a large carnation in the enter. Wendy Edwards, Corina, Calif., )U student, was maid of honor. bridesmaids were Bev and Kathy la worth, sisters of the bride. 'heir dresses of tuuquoise peau le soie were styled with fitted bodices and bell skirts. They wore matching shoes and turquoise bow teadpieces. Their bouquets were cascades of while carnations. Dressed in similar fashion to he attendants was Debbie Hop- tins, the groom's niece, who was lower girl. Jim Heitman acted as best man and Sherman Price and Dick lardesty were groomsmen. Ush- rs were Dave Fredeen and Gene leitman. The bride's mother wore an pricot linen dress with lace ov- rblouse and the groom's moth- r wore a beige dress. Their corsages were of white roses. Hostesses for the reception in Clliott hall were the bride's aunt Mrs. E. G. Stucker, and the groom's sister, Mrs. Don Hop- tins, Brenham, Tex. Kay Cross )U student, was at the guesl XH)k. The couple left on a short wed ding trip through the South. Aft- r May 1, Mr. and Mrs. Whitesell will be at home at 206-A N Market, Brenham, Tex. The bride attended OU one year and is a secretary. The jroom was graduated from 01 n 1962 and is a salesman for a 'arm machinery company. Pinking Shears / \ and Scissor /iitecMiX SharpeninR Albright's SEWING CIHCUC Socialettes Horticulture Study Club will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Owen Followell. There will be a plant exchange. Club Forecast Tueid*r HOMAKEB CLUB. Mrs. J. B. Cheney HORTICULTURE Study Club, Mrs. Owen Followell NOW AT Malott's Ironnle AUTOMATIC IRONER Easy Terms MaloH's Hardware 116 S. Main CH 2-4565 Our 15th Anniversary SPECIAL OFFER From Wright's Studio This Week Only Monday thru Sat. Your Child's Portrait (ages 6 mo.-12 yrs.) 11x14 Head & Shoulders Tapestry Print With Coupon Add 50c mailing and postage if you desire print mailed to you. Extra prints may be obtained. VALUABLE COUPON I This coupon entitles the bearer to an I 1x14 Tapestry Print of your child (ages 6 mos.-!2 yrs.) for only -• Coupon good Monday thru Sat. (April 29 -May 4) 99 1 v * jv • • • M v • v • «• j m i ^HV ^^^ Add 50c mailing and postage if you desire print mailed to your home. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Wright's Studio 324 S. Main Phone CH 2-2943 Seal Crust To seal a two-crust pie, fold the outer edge of the top pastry under the outer edge of the bot torn pastry, then flute edge or press with the floured tines of a fork. Legal Papers, Club Topic : "? y The program topic, "Wills ind egal Papers," for Tot-To-Teen lub's recent meeting was given )y a guest, Mrs. Al Williams. Mrs. Lowell Pbuts was hostess assisted by Mrs. Paul Perkins. During a business session conducted by Mrs. R. E. Boyer, the club donated $5 to the PTA milk und. New officers They are Mrs. were installed. Willard Lister. president; Mrs. John Martin, vke- iresident; Mrs. Howard Smith, secretary; Mrs. Max Drake, treasurer; and Mrs. Eugene Sievcrs, corresponding secretary. Refreshments were served to the 17 members and the speaker. WSCS Circle Has Meeting Elizabeth Circle of First Methodist Church was entertained at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Carroll Whiteford. Mrs. Olin Wollen assisted the hostess and presided. New officers installed were Mrs. Whiteford, chairman; Mrs. Hubert Blecha, vice chairman; Mrs. George Hughes, secretary- treasurer. Mrs. Jack Allen gave devotions and Mrs. Allen Unruh directed the program topic, "Lord Teach Us To Pray." She played a recording of the Lord's prayer and told the story of the "praying hands." DAIRY QUEEN Now Has Fresh Lime SLUSH also Orange - Grape • Cherry Try It Now! 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