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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 15, 1962
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Ten 1 Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune ANN LANDERS -Mannered, Bus-Riding Students Earn This Blast Dear Ann Landers: I'd like to see you give this letter at least 'as- much attention as the rhubarb over whether the bedsheets should be ironed. I ride the bus almost every day between my home and my job. The bus goes by the university so it is usually loaded with college students. If I live to be 100 (and that will be 35 years from now) I'll never get over healthy 19 and 20 • year - olds sitting comfortable and uncon- (Jerned while el- d^rly people stand and struggle to keep their balance with the help of pverhead sftaps. ^ ';2 suppose it's a sign of crochely old age to criticize youth, but wJien I was in college I wouldn't have dared to remain, seated in a-'-'streetcar while elderly people stood. If I'm wrong or out of date please tell me and I'll try to. adjust my thinking to fit the times. — STRAP - HANGER Dear Strap - Hanger: You're right and I see no need for you to "adjust your thinking." Let us hope some of those ill-mannered hulks see this and that they adjust theirs. * * * Dear Ann Landers: A year ago my brother married a girl who had been married previously and has children. Everyone in our family has bent over backwards to make her feel comfortable. Whenever she needs a babysitter she just brings her children to my home 'and leaves them. She never calls in advance to see if I have other plans. Although I'm not a social butterfly I occasionally have guests in and I go out once in a while. This morning my sister-in-law phoned and said irritably, "Why weren't you at home yesterday afternoon? I needed you to take care of the children. I banged on your door for 20 minutes." I'm ashamed to admit I found myself apologizing for my absence. I realize this doesn't make sense but I'm reluctant to tell her how I feel about these impositions because I don't want trouble in the family. I'd appreciate your advice. - TAKEN FOR GRANTED Dear Taken: The letter that fol- . lows, deals with a situation not even remotely similar to yours, but the advice for both of you appears in the very first paragraph of my response. * * * Dear Ann Landers: We are members of a small bridge club and we read your column and discuss it frequently. One of our members is a problem. We seven have decided to ask for your ad- ce. This girl is an excellent bridge player and a lovely person. When she is dummy she places her cards on the table, gets out of her chair and walks around behind her partner. She stands there and watches as her partner plays the hand. She rarely says anything, but it's' annoying to have someone breathing down your neck. Everyone dreads being her partner. Are we petty? Should we rise above the .irritation and remain silent? Or should something be said? — BOTHERED BRIDGERS Dear Bothered: It's a continuing source of amazement to me that people allow themselves to be "bothered," "Imposed upon" and even made physically ill by nervy, inconsiderate boors when a simple sentence can put an end to the whole business. In this case the sentence is: "It makes me terribly self-conscious to play a hand when someone is looking over my shoulder. Would you mind not doing it?" * * * To learn the difference between a marriage that "settles down" and one that "gets dull,'" send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "What To Expect From Marriage," 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. Copyright 1982, Field Enterprises, Inc. JOSEPHINE LOWMAN If nail polish thickens in the bottle, cap it more closely. After a manicure, try dipping a cotton swab in polish removed and running it around the inside of the bottle cap and on the threads of the bottle before closing. Excess polish prevents the cap from closing properly. Air thickens the polish. Read the Want Ads! STATE NQW'PliAYINS IMPORTANT: Be ture to get your "Motion Sickness Pillt" at lh» Box Offico. FiOWfR DRUM SONG ,NAN 'KWAN .-•JAMES ISHIGETA STARTS TOMORROW At 8 p. m. At 10 p. m. Also iPluto Cartoon FRIDAY THE 1BTH Is Tho Day for "The House of the Living Dead" STAGE SHOW DO NOT MISS ITI ONE DAY ONLY PURDUE PLAYSHOP IOBB PIAYH'OUSE - MEMORIAL CENTER WORM) PREMIERE PRODUCTION OF "THE PORTABLE YENBERRY" A New Hilarious Comedy By MARC CONNEUY Distlngusihed author of the Pulitzer-prizo winning play: "Green Pastures" STARRING MILDRED DUN NOCK (Guest appoarances first four; nights). Currently featured in the film, "Sweet Bird of Youth" MARC CONNELLY Vetoran Broadway Star. and'Gerald Kay, Ronnie Clalr« Edwards, William Metza PLUS Twelve Purdue Actors BURT BRINCKERHOFF Sensational young star of Broadway and TV. STEVEN GERAY Who has appeared in over 75 films. $2 - ADMISSION - $2 All Seats, Reserved-ORDER TICKETS NOW-BY MAIL Thurs. thru Sun.-May 24 thru 27th Tues. thru Sun.—May 29 thru June t 8:00 1P.M. Mako checks or money orders payable to Purdue Playshop and enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Mail to the box office, Wos! Lobby, Loeb Playhouse, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind.—No phone orders. Exercises Prolong Youthful Part of Life WHAT'S NEW A new. waterproof spray for lome waterproofing protects all : abiies, shoes, hats and other terns, the manufacturer reports. The spray comes in a push button can. * * * The new model of a drying marker designed for home, office and factory use marks any sur- 'ace with waterproof, rustproof and smear proof ink, the manu- 'acturer reports. The felt marker of the pen is exposed when the .op is removed. XI * * For leasing- hair: a teasing comb made of extra strong nylon ias special back combing teeth. The comb is available at drug, supermarket, variety and department stores. \ This exercise, described in Josephine Lowrmin's column today, is good for the abdomen. I'm jolly well enjoying life 1 And hope that you 'are too • But I must often kick myself To lose a pound, it's true. How life goes flying by this way And I remain the same, I simply cannot understand Since that was not my aim. I planned to be so glamorous And maybe you did too, Why don't we. air get busy now And do what we should do? And what should we do? Well, there is nothing more important than exercise for the woman who wishes to prolong the youthful portion of life 'and to keep the proportions of youth, As women grow older, fatty deposits have an annoying habit of settling on the waistline and the abdomen. Exercise is not only important figure-wise, but gives the woman who indulges in it regularly a bloom, a freshness, which she would.not have otherwise. It also improves her health and gives her extra energy. Abdomen Exercise The abdomen is one of the favorite camping grounds for fatty deposits. Take the following exer cise as medicine for this figure defect. Sit on the floor. Lean back on -he elbows. Remain in this position as you bend both knees up Lo the abdomen. Slowly return legs to the floor. Continue tending and straightening legs slowly. * » * If you would like to have my tested abdominal exercises, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request for leaffel No. 2 to Josephine Lowman in care of this newspaper. Tomorrow: "Modern Techniques Can Curb Superfluous Hair." (Released by The Register ant Tribune Syndicate, 1962) Tuesday Evening, May 15, 1162 FA8HIONETTES United Press International A patent has been asked for the new design of the innards of shoes for males. The conventional inner sole of the bouncy shoe has been replaced by a piece of sofl, flexible leather, hand-sewn lo the upper. Officials of the firm report that even after the outer sole has been stitched to the upper, the shoe still is so flexible it, can be bent almost like a slip- ier — yet retains its style and fit as long as any 'conventional shot. * * * The minimum lingerie trousseau requirements include four n'ghtgowns, five slips, one petticoat, four half slips, two regular and two pantie girdles, six bras, length, the veail should be very full with many layers. When selecting pearl accessories, judge the over-all effect of a necklace by looking in a full- length mirror, not in a hand or small counter mirror. Then, select: a strand that complements your height. One maker of pearl necklaces recommends a single string or a simple tailored necklace for the woman with a short figure. For (he woman of. medium height, a two-slrand necklace of medium-six.e beads is recommended: for the tall, willowy woman, long'ropes, or masses of beads. * » » Summer cottons push the de- one lounge robe and one bath | fined waistline, accented by wide, "" ' waist-cinching belts. Paired with 'obe. The minimum list, was drawn by experts at "Modem Jride," the bridal magazine. For a formal daytime wedding, (he natural waistline is the freewheeling skirt achieved through circle flares, umbrella gores, or he bride wears a dress of white, easy pleats. Even when skirts .vory or delicate pastel'tints with! are cut along slim lines, panel- cathedral or in - between length Sing and shirring produce a free- rain. Head-dress: long veil cov-idom of motion, iring the train or shorter if gown _________ ias skirt detail that should be seen. If shorter than fingertip Read the Want Ads! COMPARE OUR DIAMOND VALUES! REMEMBER-MOHEY SAVE 1 ^ IS MONEY EARNED FERNBAUGH'S Bro ^ y "Famous For Quality Diamonds" SPECIALS WEDS. AFTERNOON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON ONLY SPEGAl FRESH STRAWBERRY PIES 8" Size Try 'em You'll like 'em 49* WICKER BASKETS iReg. $1.99 Value Weds. 12 to 5 only Your choice of those i attractive u > e f u 1 * baskets—Oval laundry, magaxino, covered hampar, utility and stool. $157 1 EACH 422 E. 'BROADWAY Shop Kresge's Wed. Afternoon ON SALE WEDNESDAY ONLY Train Case Over Night Case Weekend Case Tourist Case Pullman Case YOUR CHOICE $£.95 6 plus tax S. S. KRESGE COMPANY Smart luggage beauty for vacation, school or business. Covered in heavy, durable Vinyl plastic in exciting colors. Extra heavy hinges and locks. Exceptionally well made. Full rayon lined.—You'll love the roomy interiors. SHOP CLINTON'S WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS DOWNTOWN will be OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY and are offering these WEDNESDAY Afternoon SPECIALS from 12 o'clock noon to5:00 p.m. Shop and Save at These Downtown Stores 503-505 Broadway Phone 3226 MEN'S Pin-Check WORK PANTS i^—. REGULAR $2.99 'Boat Sail-cloth {Pockets and Inner Band Unconditionally Guaranteed Waist Sizes 31 to 42 Bar-Tacked back pockets. 100% cotton Washable Sanforized Zipper fly Cool Save 72c Sizes ..'$!) ft«7 44 to 52 Z.O/ Shop KELLER'S Wednesday Afternoon The Big Difforence In Stores Today Is The Way Peopln Are Treated /» \ \ *t> \ Uov&cxvYvA&e ^ , FIRST FLOOR Wednesday Afternoon 12 noon to 5 p.m. only Group of Girls' Summer SPORTSWEAR Famous-make t-shirts, \ shorts, slacks, culottes and'blouses. Sizes: 2-4, 3-6x, 7-14. Values to 4.95 Only I Children's Shop First Floor s 409-415 E.'BROADWAY-SHOP-Tues.-Sat., 9-5, Fr!., 9-9 PENNEY'S \tk SHOP WEDNESDAY 9 A.M. Til 5 P.M. SPECIAL! Jamaica Sets 0.99 summer is first class fun in easy-care Catch the luxury lines of the tailored jamaicas with zip closings . . . the full cut fashion blouses (some touched with embroidery). Economy priced cottons, shirts and shorts in a choice of fashion colors. Washable. Sizes 10 to 18.

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