,THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, May 3. 1083 I Oh No, Sad Sally Was Really Mary Dear Ann Landers: I have no problems but I wonder if you would answer some questions about your column which have been on my mind for a long time. I'll bet others have wondered about these things, loo. Do you ever keep a letter out of the -paper if a person asks you not to print it? Someone told me that every letter you get bc- Your Problems By Ann Landers longs to you and you can print it if you want to. Do you ever change the names in the letters or the signatures to conceal the identity of people if the problems are intimate? Or do you assume the writer has already changed the name to protect himself? Thank you very much.—NOT NOSEY, JUST INQUISITIVE Dear Not Nosey: I have the right to print all letters address' ed to me. I do not, however, print letters if I am asked not to. Yes, sometimes I change the signatures to protect the writers. But this can backfire, as it did recently. A woman who wrote about a sister-in-law problem signed herself Sad Sally. To conceal her identity 1 changed tho signa ture to Sad Mary. She wrote me the day her letter appeared in print and was furious because I had changed the name from Sally to Mary. Mary was her real name 11! Dear Ann Landers: My. sister and I lived in the family home until this spring when my sister was married. I didn't want to remain there alone so I found a suitable- apartment. I know notliing about apartment etiquette for unmarried women. Please answer these questions: When a single woman, age 40, .lives alone in an apartment, does her gentleman friend escort her to her own door, or do they say good night downstairs? A door man is on duty but only at certain hours. Also, at what hour is it considered too late or improper to invite a man in after a date? This is a respectable building and don't want to do anuything that might give my neighbors the yelled at dad right in front of the guest and it was embarrassing. After the guest left mom and dad got into a terrible argument and they haven't spoken to each other since. Who is right and who is wrong? My dad says a man should have the right to bring company home if he wants to. Mom says a husband should always give notice. Please referee. - IRISH TEMPERS Dear Tempers: Your dad is off base a country mile. No husband should bring a guest home to dinner and holler, "Surprise." Your mother, however, should not have blown her lop in the presence of the guest. She should have saved the blast-off for the time she and dad were alone. To leam how to keep your boy friend in line without losing him, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Necking and Petting — And How Far To Go," 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. Ottawa Holds Bonus Dance Ottawa Promenade™ held a bonus dance last evening in the Armory. About 50 couples from the club were among the approximately 150 couples atlending. The caller was Harper Smith, Dallas, Tex., who is en route (o an engaegment. in Nebraska. Mr. Smith ahd his brother, Ray Smith, hold an insitulc each year in March nt Wagoner, Okla. Ottawa couples made arrangements for his appearance here while attending the institute. Visiting dancers last night came from Emporia, Lawrence, Topcka, Wcllsvillc, Gardner, Baldwin, Overbrook, Mound City, LaCygne, Parker, Osawatomie, Paola, Cot- tomvood Falls, Pleasanlon, Carbondale, Mission, Overland Park, Kansas City, Kas.; Kansas City, Raytown, Mo.; Oak Grove, Mo., and Independence, Mo. Mrs. Martin Hosts Club Mrs. Don Martin was hostess for Baxter Social Hour club yesterday. She and Mrs. L. E. Allen received hostess gifts. Mrs. Charles Redman presided. Following group singing, Mrs. William Bishop gave devotions and mem- ers repeated the Lord's prayer unison. For roll call members gave pring housecleaning hints. Mrs. George Ferguson directed bingo ames in which prizes went to VIrs. L. E. Allen, Mrs. Bishop, s. John Sink, Mrs. Ernest Sink, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Redman. Refreshments were served to ho eight members and two chit- Iron. Far And Near Has Dinner A Far and Near Club potluck dinner was served at the meeting yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor. The afternoon business session conducted by Mrs. Darrcli Macy opened with organ numbers by Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Macy received an anniversary gift from her mystery pal and Mrs. Harold Bones received the door prize. Mrs. Frank Morris and Mrs. Helen Kerslcy were winners in a flower contest. Guests present with the 14 members and six children were Mrs. W. E. O'Neal, Mrs. Frances Dunn, Mr, and Mrs. O. W. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morris and Ray and Robert Carey. wrong impression ELINOR of me. — Dear Elinor: A 40-year-old worn an does not need a curfew or supervision. Common sense should be your guide. Any time before midnight is a reasonable hour to invite guests in — whether there is a doorman or not. And if you want a goodnight kiss, you'd better permit your friend to escort you to your door. With a doorman looking on the most you can expect is a plea sant handshake. Dear Ann Landers: There is big trouble at our house and hope you can straighten it out The other day my father ran into a friend who served with him in World War II. He invitee the man home to dinner and didn't give my mother any notice. The two of them just walk ed in. My mom was wearing an ok house dress, her hair was in roll ers, the house was messy am we^had hot dogs for dinner. Mom DIGITAL DOLL - This digital computer in office of an AU lanta, Ga., bra manufacturer indicates Peggy Dorris' vital statistics—35-25-35—are "average" of all American women. Computer bases this and other vital information on company's annual sales of brassiere and foundation garments, size-by-size recorded on magnetic tape Peggy is "wearing." CTFF Supper, < Study Meet Miriam CWF group erf First Christian Church served a pot- uck salad supper at Mrs. Kenneth Suffron's home last evening jreceding the meeting. Mrs. John jutschrenritter was co-hostess. Mrs. Ted Fogle gave devotions at tlie study session. The remainder of the study book was given in three parts by Mrs. Jack Porter, Mrs. Leonard Hoopes and Mrs. Gutschenritter. Mrs. Lloyd Brown, a guest, re ported on the recent CFW convention which she attended in Coffeyville. The theme was, Swinging Doors." Janie Leach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Leach, Pomona, and Clarence Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Green, Quenemo, were married April 25, at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams, Quenemo. Rev. Arthur Sims performed the ceremony in the presence of The Baby Has Been Named The daughter born May 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Morris, Con cord, Calif., has been named Dor reen Kay. She weighed 6 Ib. 13 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Morris have a 3-year-old son, Slevin. Grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Kar Johnson, Pomona; and Mrs Georgia Morris, Concord, Calif. Tell Hobbies For Roll Call Pomona Stitch and Chatter Club members told of their hobbies for roll call Wednesday at the meeting with Mrs. Ella Fla- At Home In Ottawa Announcement is made of the marriage of Mrs. Betty Saling, Ottawa, and Larry Rickman, Wav- crly. Rev. Robert Carver performed the ceremony April fi, at the Free Methodist parsonage. The couple is at home at 119 E. 5th. Mr. Rickman is employed by Ottawa Transfer Co. A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 Leach-Green Marriage the immediate families of couple. Attendants for the couple wer* the bride's sister, Mrs. Ray Evans, Ottawa, and Earl Green, thi groom's brother. The Herald pays ?5 every weeK for the best news tip turned ia by a reader. Shortest Route To Our Bank WHiN YOU'RE BUSY BANK-BY-MAILi THE NORTH SIDE BANK Tecumseh and Main Dial CH 2-2052 R. S. Hill, Pres. Ed Hosier, Vice Pres. and Cashier Mamie Sands, Asst. Cashier Glen Hayward, Asst. Cashier Howard Deputy, Asst. Cashier Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ger. The group singing, session opened with All repeated the Family Visit In Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Eisenbise inve returned to Sioux City, [own, after a few days visit with icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enos ilonn, and other relatives. Mrs. Eisenbise, the former Shirley Ilonn, recently went to Des Vloincs, Iowa, as a hair stylist model for Stuart's Beauty Salon, Sioux City. The Stuart Salon received second in the contest with 30 models. The first place winner will compete in Los Ange- cs this spring. Lord's prayer in unison. Mrs. Floyd Flager presided. Mrs. William Fawl received gills from her mystery pal and a friend for her birthday. Entertainment was bingo games. Refreshments were served to the 17 members and one child, and a guest, Mrs. Ralph Hunt Sr. A flower and seed exchange followed tlie meeting. Helpful Hints For Roll Call Members of Emery Green Social club gave household hints for roll call yesterday. Mrs. Earl Reed was hostess for the meeting with nine present. Mrs. Lonnie Reeder and Mrs. Harry Fisher won prizes in contests. The members wrote a card to send to the president, Mrs. J. M. Burress, who is a patient in KU Medical Center. Mrs. H. L. Wherry assisted the hostess in serving refreshments. 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