The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 1, 1963 · Page 8
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 8

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, May 1, 1963
Page 8
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, May 1, 1988 Same Name Causes Much Confusion MRS, LELAND MONROE MRS. NORA FOLEY MRS. WILLIAM McCLfNTfC Ottawa Post Hosting State Army Mothers Convention ; The US Army Mothers will hold their stale convention on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Ottawa's US army Mothers of Post No. 4 will host this convention, lire post commander from Ottawa is Mrs. Nora Folcy. Mrs. Lei a ml Monroe of Ottawa, SSlhe stale commander, will pro- over the convention. Mrs, William McClinlic is the convention chairman. The nalional commander, Mrs. Mildred Flower of Hunlingion, W. Va., will be the guest of honor. On Thursday rcgistralion begins al 1 p.m. and continues until 5 p.m. A past commanders meeting will be held al 4:00 p.m. and will be followed by a reception May Fellowship Day At Brethren Church Presentation Of Honorary Membership tSi /Fred Hermreck, was presented with an honorary life membership in the Kansas Congress of Parenls and Teachers at the joint meeting of all Ottawa PTA's Monday evening. Mrs, Hermreck was the council president. ' Guest speaker for this meeting was Dr. Cliflen B. Huff, Professor of Education al Kansas Stale Teachers College of Em poria. The PTA council was elected and they are president Mrs; Cliff Reynolds; vice president, Mrs. Naomi Harrah; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Clarence Bledsoe. Installation of officers £? was done by Mrs. P. R. Jamison. The Junior-Senior High Orchestra, directed by Larry Williams, entertained for the approximately 100 people in attendance at the meeting. Following The Church of the Brethren, flth and Mnin, will be host this year nt a coffee for May Fcl owship Day on Friday May 3, All women from Ottawa and sur- •ounding communities are in- viled lo attend. A nursery will be provided for pre-schoolers. The coffee will start at 0:30. Women of different churches in hundreds of communities wil come together for the third spe cial day in the program of Uni led Church Women. "One Fain ily Under God: Genuine ant Full Participation," is the Ihcmi chosen for this 13th observance is a continuation of last ycar'i theme "One Family Under God Who Is My Family?" the meeting refreshments served, were Add Pimento Coarsely strained pimicnto is delicious added to a cream ol potato soup. Use canned pimiento and force through a strain Entertains'. Music Club Gary Lellnakcr entertained th Junior High Music Club at th home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Harold Leitnaker, The member of the club played piano solos. Jackie Wobor was awarded th prize for the most practice hour by the club sponsor, Mrs. R. L Stevens. Nine members and sovoi guests were present. Mrs. Leitnaker and Gary scrvec refreshments. This was the las meeting until next fall. t 8:00 p.m. in the North Amerian Hotel dining room. Rcgistralion will begin at 45 a.m. and will end al 0:00 ,m. on Friday. Al opening ses- on on Friday Harold Crawford hambcr of Commerce president, ill welcome the group. Mr. Eugene Spcer from Wads- •orlli VA Hospital will be the most speaker al Friday eve- ting's banquet in the North Amcr- can Hotel. Rev. Charles P. Knight will give the invocation. Follow- ng the banquet will be Ihe memorial service and installation of fficcrs in the Masonic Temple. Saturday mornings business will /K'ludc the seating of the new officers and the invitalion for Ihe ncxl year's mccling. Ottawans To WCTV Tour Mrs. Harold Stulcy of Williamsburg, Mrs. Ray Simmons, Miss Helen Staatlt, Mrs. Virgil Thorn- ns, Miss Marjoric Collins and Mrs. Mnry Black attended a district refresher lour of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Toronto yesterday. They presented a playlet, "Home at Last." Four Ottawa members also look part in a panel, "The Worth of Guideposls." Mrs. Elsie Shook, Bapiisl evangelist, was devotional speaker. Her subject was "The Secret of Power for the Time of Challenge." Garnetl, Gas City, Tola, Otla- wa, Toronto and Williasburg were represented. Officer in charge was stale recording sccrclary, Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford of Florence. Dear Ann Landers: Please tell me what lo do. A certain man in town has exactly the same name as my husband — middle initial and all. This man is always getting his name in the newspaper. Last year he was arrested twice for traffic violalions. In January he was arrested for disorderly conduct. (He got inlo a fight with a motorist who look his parking place.) Last week he ran a personal ad saying he was not responsible for his wife's debts. Our friends are having a picnic needling us and we are plenty burned up. The newspaper prints his address but we don't think it's enough. We are active Republicans and happen to know this man is a Democrat. Don't you feel the paper should be willing lo identify him as "Mr. XYZ The Democrat" so Ihere will be less confusion? In our opinion it's Ihe least the paper can do to save us embarrassment. Please comment. — GOOD NAME RUINED Dear Ruined: The address makes it clear to those who know you that your husband is not the XYZ referred to. Those w ho don't know you arc not interesled, Dear Ann Landers: My par- onls had a beautiful marriage for 34 years. On the date of Ihcir wedding anniversary my brolhers and I always sent a gift and look the folks to dinner at the elegant hotel where their romance started. (Mom was a waitress there and pop worked in the kitchen.) Pop died five monlhs ago. The anniversary date comes up in a few weeks. Should we continue I the practice of sending a gift? | And should we take mom to dinner at the hotel, as we always have? One of my brothers says we should carry on, as before. My other brother says we should let the day pass and do nothing, I don't know what would be best for mother so I'm writing for advice. What do you say?—NOT DECIDED Dear Not Decided: Don't send versary of a marriage which has been terminated by death. And ignoring the date would not be Your Problems By Ann Landers wise either because you can be sure your mother will not be ignoring it. Take her to dinner at a new place, somewhere she has never been before. Going back to the hotel without your father may be a very trying experience for her. Dear Ann: I'm 17 and dating a very nice college freshman. My cousin Rozella, who is my age, has trouble getting dates. My mother keeps insisting that I fix her up. Rozella isn't very bright and I can see why she doesn't attract fellows. Last weekend I asked my boy friend to get Rozella a date to a Campus Hop. He dug up some guy from Boston and it was all set. We were supposed to double, but they broke away toward the end of the'evening and went on Iheir own. The next morning Rozella's mother called my mother and gave her an earful. She said Rozella got home at 4:00 a.m., dead drunk and her clothes in a mess. My aunt blames me for fixing her up with "a no good bum." I am sick about this because my mother and aunt say it's all my fault. Is it?-NO THANKS Dear Thanks: A 17-year-old girl who has trouble with one of the implest and shortest words in a gift to commemorate the anni BABY WEEK Special (One Week Only) STRETCH WEAVE GAUZE DIAPERS §2.98 PER DOZ. (Reg. $3.29) The Mildred McKee Shop the English language should not be going out with boys. You are not responsible for what happened to Rozella. Most boyi will take whatever is offered plus whatever they can talk a girl into. From here on out let Rozella dig up her own dales. Richardson's Annual Mother's Day SHOE SPECIAL HEEL HUGGERS — ARCH SUPPORTS $796 Regularly 9.95 WHITES-BONES MESHES-LEATHER AAA to C Sizes to 11 See these amazingly comfortable Heel Huggers -- All with arch-support feature and combination lasts. . . You'll want several pair at this low, low price. Another Exclusive From. .. Richardson's Shoe Store "Ottawa's Dominant Shoe Store" MOSt HEWING Complete Line at Albright's I CARPETING BARWICK "Promenade" "501" Dupont Nylon $395 sq. yd. All Prices listed here include.. .40-oz. rubber pad and normal wall-to-wall installation FREE LOOMWEAVE ... "Kismet 1 (All nylon) FIRTH . . . "Happy Time" , (100% wool) FIRTH . . . "Saddle River" (10096 wool) 3 Patterns all at. .. RAUSCHENBURG . . . "Del Claro" These 4 Patterns (All nylon) All At. . . MONARCH ... "Burnett" (All nylon) RAUSCHENBURG . . . "Magic Lilt" (100% Polyprophelene) BARWICK .,. "Glen Hurst" (Acrilon) sq. yd. NITCHER'S FLOOR SERVICE A FLOOR "FOR EVERY PURPOSE 115 East Second Ottawa, Kansas CH 2-5673 muft Who needs muscles ? Do vou know how easy it is to take a corner with a Corvair or park one? Turn this newspaper sideways an™it will give you a pretty good idea. The wheel handles just about that easily. The Corvair's engine is in the rear, you see, for not only greater traction but more balanced weight Sbution. And that's what makes the steering so completely effortless. The engine is air cooled, too. No radiator. No water ATYOURCHEVROlEIDEAUIfi! So think about those trips to the beach thia summer, those bright sunny days and balmy moonlit nights. And besides, looking at it from a very practical point of view, it's Trade 'N 1 Travel time right now at your Chevrolet dealer's. He's got some beautiful buys. But you had better hurry before somebody muscle* in ahead of you. Spring's here. Summera coming fast. And with these sporty good-looking Corvaim selling the way they are, he who hesitate* will want to kick himself. GHEGKHB TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY H, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC. 412-418 South Main St. Ottawa CH 2-3640

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