The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 30, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 30, 1963
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, April 30, 1963 "Clinging" Girl Is Mentally 111 ll: Dear Ann Landers: I'm a 17- year-old high school senior. I can't talk to anyone about this problem because I'd feel like a heel saying these things about a girl. I've been dating Miss A for almost a year. At first she was a lot of fun but after a while she began to get moody and act weird. She cries over nothing and withdraws into silence for hours at a time. Last week I (old her I thought we'd better call it quits. She went Your Problems By Ann Landers into a crying jag and began to pull chunks of hair out of her head. She said if I ever quit her she would kill herself. I'd hate to be responsible for anything like that and yet I don't want to go with her anymore. My folks have been opposed to Miss A from the first because she telephones me about three times every evening — sometimes after midnight. I need advice.-WANT OUT Dear Want Out: The girl is mentally ill and needs professional Coffee For Bride-Elect Jeanie Hinderliter was honor guest at a coffee given Saturday morning by Mrs. Lawrence Ogg and Mrs. Gordon Daugharthy at the Ogg home. Miss Hinderliter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hinderliter, will be married June 1 to Doug Guess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guess, Neodesha. The ceremony wil be in Westminster United Presbyterian Church. """ Forty-five guests were invited. „ The guests presented Miss Hinderliter with a gift of candelabra. On the table was an arrangement of pink carnations and white spirea and an umbrella with streamerrs. Among the guests were Miss Hinderliter's roommate, Saundra Sellers, of the Margaret Hashinger residence hall, KU, and Jan Newfield of Ottawa, also a KU student, both of whom will be bridesmaids at the wedding. Unable to be present was Betty Trout, an Ottawa University student, who will be maid of honor. Shower For May Bride About 25 guests attended a bridal shower last evening at the home of Mrs. Roy Taylor, Jr., for Lavonne Lowrance. Miss Low- ranee will be married to Larry Lemon May 25, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lowrance. Prizes in games were won by Mrs. Glenn Lancaster and Mrs. Jerome Adell. Gifts were arranged on a table decorated with a pink umbrella and pink flowers. Assisting the honor guest in opening her gifts were Tamalea Pederson, also three small girls, Jill Lowrance, sister of the bride- elect; Debbie Williams, cousin of Miss Lowrance; and Valerie Hoopes, niece of Miss Lowrance. Mrs. Louis Graves and Mrs. Joe Schawang assisted with serving of refreshments. Couple Wed In Edgerton WELLSVILLE — The marriage of Carolyn Campbell, daughter of Max Campbell, Edgerton, and Fred Hammon, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hammon, Wellsville, was solemnized at 8 p.m., April 20 in the Edgerton Methodist Church. Rev. Donald Groves, minister, officiated. Organ nuptial music was played. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a white bridal gown. Following a reception at the church, the couple left on a honeymoon trip to California. They will be at home at Gardner. The bride is employed by Farm~ ere Mutual Insurance Company, ~ Kansas City. The groom has em- «. ployment at Hyer Boot Factory, ~ Olath*. help. Ask your mother to speak to Miss A's mother about putting her in the hands of a doctor. Don't allow yourself to be threatened into maintaining a relationship you don't want. You are not responsible for this girl. Be gentle and kind, but unwind the relationship — and quickly. Dear Ann Landers: I'm an active mother 28 years of age. My two children are 2 and 8. My husband travels five days out of the week and I was going nuts being alone so much. Then I discovered bowling. Sitters are expensive so I have arranged to leave the key to my apartment with the woman nex door. In case of an emergency she can always get in, My husband told me he triec to phone me from Orlando las week and when nobody answer ed the phone he became frantic My 8-year-old is a sound sleeper and he didn't hear the phone ring When I told my husband wher I was he got mad and said can't leave the kids at night any more. I see nothing wrong so long as the neighbor lady is willing to help out. She insists it's no trouble. What do you say?-LEADER OF THE LEAGUE Dear Leader: The neighbor woman wouldn't be of much help in case of a flash fire. Small children should not be left alone. If you can't afford a sitter, ask the neighbor if you can put the kids to sleep on a cot in her apartment and collect them when you get home. If she is unwilling, stay home. Dear Ann: My husband and I bought an enormous old house three years ago and converted it into a small hotel. We can accommodate 15 couples and we run about 80 per cent capacity from September through April. Beginning in May we are jammed. The problem is my husband's relatives. They pile in at the height of the season and call it a "family visit." They sponge two and three weeks vacations, complete with free room and board and maid service. They write in advance to "reserve" their favorite rooms and we are sick of it. When they return home we get a thank-you card. Not one of these relatives has left a dollar tip for the maids who kept their rooms in order. My husband says if we refuse to let them continue to vis it, his name will be mud with all the family. Is it worth it?— UP TO HERE. Dear Up: These free-loaders know you are in the hotel business and that their visits are costing you cold, hard cash. But, obviously, they don't care. Since you do care, tell them when they write for "reservations" that you are filled up. If the only way to hang on to their Cold Water Rinse "Garbage Disposal 95 A YOUNG MAN likes to have his tractor or some such he-man implement with him when he's surrounded by women folks. Kenny is the 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lickteig, Greelcy. His sisters in the picture arc Elaine, 5, holding 2^-month-old Marilyn; Connie 4, and Marjorie 3. An older sister, Nancy, 7, was in school. Vows Read In Kansas City WELLSVILLE - The All Souls Unitarian Church in Kansas City was the setting for the marriage of Barbara Jean Morganstein, daughter of Mrs. Mary Morganstein of Kansas City, to Charles Richard Richards, Denver, Colo., Saturday evening, April 20. The bride is a granddaughter of Mrs. J. R. Barnett, Wellsville. She was given in marriage by was her uncle, Harry Barnett. In Ihe wedding party were cousins, Geoffrey Benham, ring bearer; Alvin L. Benham, usher; and Nancy Barnett, at the guest book. Other members of the family who attended were Mrs. J. R, Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Coffman, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barnett and Jay, all of WelJsville; Mrs. Alvin L. Benham, Littleton, Colorado; Mrs. Harry Barnett, Emporia; Mr. and Mrs. Don Sheets, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vickers, Baldwin; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Barnelt and Roger, Olathe; Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Culbertson, Mr. and Mrs. William Culbertson, all of Sterling; Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Crawford, Ann and Lorin, Paola. Socialettes Mr. and Mrs. John Largent en- ertained Mrs. Fran Evans, Rosvell, N. M., and her son Vic Seaton, Spokane, Wash.; and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bethell Sunday at a noon dinner. Mrs. Evans and son were Saturday night guests at the Bethell home en route to ^exington, Ky. Mrs. Jean Lofgreen and Deanna, Wichita, and Joyce Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 3oyd Cooper, were weekend friendship is to give them free vacations, their friendship isn't worth hanging on to. To learn the knack of feeling comfortable with the opposite sex, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "How To Be Date Bait," enclosing with your request 20 centL in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send the to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Organize Neiv Sewing Club A new sewing club was orga nized last evening at the horn of Mrs. Cliff Gibson with sis members present. Officers elec ted are Mrs. Gibson, president Mrs. Don Gorton, vice president Mrs. Ted Fogle, secretary-teas urer and reporter. Mrs. W. L. Bryan, of the Zig zaggers Club, gave the club a format of rules for a sewing club. Members chose the name Sew And Go and set the third Thursday evening of the month as the meeting date. Mrs. Gorton will host the May 16 meeting. Married In Denver guests of Jon Lofgreen at Kern- jer Military Academy, Boonville, VIo, Special events were the mili- ,ary ball Saturday night and the military parade on the parade grounds Sunday afternoon. The Baby Has Been Named At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The daughter born April 24, to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Heath Milton, 224 S. Oak, has been named Pauline Kay. She weighed 7 lb., 11 oz. The son born April 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eugene Miller, 909 Maple, has been named Anthony Lynn. He weighed 8 lb., 7 oz. The son born April 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Erlin Larry Kalb, Baldwin, has been named David Bruce. He weighed 7 lb., 12 oz. The daughter born April 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Deward George Phipps, Melvern, has been named Lavella Elaine. She weighed 6 lb., 101/2 oz. The daughter born April 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gene Birckhead, 833 Tremont, has been named Chanda Gay. She weighed 7 lb., 41/2 oz. The son born April 28, to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Michael Gish, 315 E. 9lh, has been named Ste- Married at the Lutheran Church in Denver, Colo., Easter Sunday, April 14, were Lorene Herl, Marysville, and Charles Hammon, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hammon, Wellsville. A reception was held at her brother's home. Mr. Hammon is employed by the American Telephone and Telegraph Company. He was transferred from Lamar, Colo., to Dalhart, Tex., April 22. He has opportunity to have a permanent station in Concordia, and in the event he accepts, the couple will purchase a home there. By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Folks: This is only a thought and if you care to use it, help yourself! If you do not have a garbage disposal it is easy to rinse out that open can of food — after dump it into your pot for cooking — by using your cold water faucet. Rinsing this can out with cold water doesn't cost near as much as hot water and you not only eliminate odors but drips from the cans of vegetables etc. which contain sugar, salt and seasonings which are attractive to bugs and create odors in brown paper bags or sack in which you usually put your garbage. This takes little time but once you get into the habit, I bet you that you will never change. It's a nice habit to get into, especially those of us who do not have pick-up service every day from the city. Heloise Dear Heloise: This is to end the dust prob lem where your husband shaves with an electric shaver. Men usually shave a dry 01 powdered beard. This creates dust an allergy problem, if he blows the clippings after clean ing the shaver! Have him use a drop of babj oil on a moist palm, rub well in to the beard, and then use tha electric shaver. This gives you a smooth, close comfortable shave and makes the clippings adhere together for easier cleaning o the electric shaver later. Use a brush to empty the shaver. Don't blow the dust into the waste basket, use a medium size aper sack to hold the clipping eparately. We have also found hat use of the baby oil on the eard helps to lubericate the haverhead. Patriots Hints From Heloise Dear Heloise: For those who have a table in the kitchen and do not like chang- ng table cloths every day or so which have to be washed and ironed. . . make your own from terry cloth! These can be thrown in the washing machine, require no ironing, and spots come ri^ht out. To clean the bathroom soap dishes and soap-savers, put them in the wash basin, turn on the hot water faucet and just let it run over the plastic insert. They come clean with no scraping at all. Ann Dear Heloise: Do you or any of your readers know anything that will clean chrome legs on your bathroom lavatory? I have tried several things but nothing seems to clean the spots off. M. P. Got a simple answer? If it costs no extra effort, and energy (fingernails or skin off the hands) please do drop us a line. Seems like every household has chrome legs in one place or the other. Letters do not have to be signed to appear in this column. Do let let us hear. Love, Heloise Club Forecast Wedneadiy ACE, Miss Grace Metz, potluck, Installation STITCH and CHATTER. Pomona, Mrs Ella Flager FIRST BAPTIST WMS FIRST METHODIST WSCS TRINITY WSCS MAZA EVANS WMS, N. 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