The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 15, 1959 · Page 8
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*ht WFAWA Wednesday, April 16, 1059 i Tour Problems, By -Ann Landers- LANDERS Dear Ann Landers: I'm a mixed- Up, unhappy 16 - year - old girl. I went steady almost two years with • •wonderful guy, named Hap. I gave him too many privileges (Which I'm sorry for now.) He went into the armed forces several months ago, and it was understood that my heart belongs to him, but 1 could date others. Now I've fallen for another f e 1- low who is perfectly divine. I know I'm in love with him, and the other ro- • mance was just puppy -love. I wrote Hap that it was all over between us and I hopes he'd wish me luck. Instead of wishing me luck he said he'd break my neck if I didn't keep my word and wait for him. He also said he'd tel the other guy everything and I'd come out looking pretty cheap (My new fellow thinks I'm lily white.) I've been a faithful reader o your column since I was 13 Please •help me, Ann. Hap comes home next month.—KITTEN Dear Kitten: If you've been a faithful reader of my column since you were 13 how come you haven' been taking the advice? My math expert tells me yoi started to go steady at age 14 This was Mistake Number One That bit about "too many privil eges" was Mistake Number Two which often follows Mistake Num ber One. NQW, of course you must tel your current fellow about Hap (No — not every little deta natch) but enough to give him th idea that you spent a lot of Urn with Hap and that you weren exactly an angel of virtue.) I this way you reduce the effective ness of the heel's artillery in cas he follows through on his threa Above all, don't let Hap black mail you. Dear Ann: I'll leave it to yen Who Is wrong, my husband o me? Every morning I drive him t work because I like to have th car during the day and if h drove it would just sit outside h office. It's also convenient bccaus I drop our youngster off at schoo Now and then when we see h fellow office workers at the bu stop we pick them up. I've always sat in the front seat with my husband and he never suggested it should be any different. This morning we picked up the office manager who my husband looks up to as quite a big shot. When he opened the back door to sit with the boy my husband said "Margaret, get in the back so Tom can sit up front with me." I was shocked and humiliated but got In the back seat and «ald olhing. That evening I told him how I It and his reply was "When a oman is too ignorant to know or place, then a man has to 11 her." How about this?- URNT Dear Burnt: Your husband had > business putting you in the ack seat. As far as a woman "knowing er place" is concerned, tell him ou always thought a woman's lace was beside her husband- hrough thick and thin, for rich r or poorer, in sickness and in ealth, 'til death does them part. Dear Ann: Our oldest daugh- r received an engagement ring or Christmas. We all like her ance a great deal, but he prac- cally lives at our house and I'm ircd of it. He manages to stay for every meal and feels free to snack on vhatcver is in the house. When mentioned this to my daughter he practically became livid with age. Her father took her side, nd now I'm in the dog house. Was I wrong?—THELMA Dcor Thclma: Some people have rouble being generous with food Demise of proverty suffered in heir youth. If this is your prob- em, make a special effort, in the nterest of family harmony, to overcome the pattern established early in your life. Tragic Saga Is Recalled W. M. S. Circle Meets Marcia Cudworth W.M.S. Circle of First Baptist Church had a program last evening In Elliott hall centered on Dr. Frank Laubach. Miss Vera Goodman gave a talk, 'Consecrated Life and Accomplishments of Dr. Frank Laubnch," and showed color slides of his missionary life, Mrs. Bob Bowline presided. The group unanimously accepted the report of the nominating committee. New officers are Mrs. Merle Willhlte, chairman; Miss Amanda Rosenquist, co-chairman; Mrs. Richard Pierson, treasurer; and Miss Helen Steelman, secretary. There was a TV-type skit, depicting the life of Miss Sarah Downey, a missionary. Mrs. Charles Southard was mistress of ceremonies. Others taking part were Mrs. B. Smith Haworth, Mrs. C. W. Henning and Mrs. lone Dragoo, Mrs. Orvllle Glenn dedicated the love gift. Hostess wag Miss Helen Steelman assisted by Mrs. James Grogan. Twenty-four were present. Spring's most flattering shirtwaist features a dashing, curved collar above a shapely waist and a skirt-ful of unpressed pleats. Casual In cotton — dramatic for evening in fluid silk print. Printed Pattern 4874: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14. 16, Ifl. Size 16 requires 5'/4 yards 35-inch fabric. By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP)—The tragic saga of D. W. Griffith is being recalled here with the publication of the first biography of the film pioneer. Veteran writer Homer Croy has turned out an engrossing study o the late director, called "Star Maker." The title doesn't seem apt. Certainly Griffith did discov er and develop a large number o movie greats. But his big achieve ment was not in fostering talent but developing film technique. He was the great innovator, the one man who elevated films int< a story-telling medium. It was hi who discovered most of the cam era techniques which are used to day. The Croy book is filled with ex cellenl detail on the nature of Griffith's peculiar genius. We learn that the director invented the closeup during the filming of "For the Love of Gold" in 1909. The story, stolen from a Jack London tome, dealt with two Alas- ken thieves who distrusted each other. The climax depended on what the thieves were thinking. Until then, thought had been expressed on the screen via "dream balloons," double exposures that showed what was going on in the actor's mind. Griffith had the idea of moving the camera in to show the expressions on the actors' face. The idea was revolutionary; films had always been done in longshots, Earl Sifers OflolaDies TOLA, Kas. (AP) - Earl 1. Sifers, 68, president of the Sifcrs Candy Co. of Tola, died last night after a long illneas. He helped organize the now-dls banded Kansas • Oklahoma • Missouri League, a Class D baseball circuit, in 1946 and was president of the lola'club. A native of Cameron, Mo., he is survived by his widow; two sons, Dr. Earl C. Sifers of Kansas City, Kas., and Donald S. Sifers of lola; a daughter, Mrs. William L. Pence, Kansas City; three brothers, Harry 1, Sifers of Kansas City, Samuel I. Sifers of Brookfield, Mo., and Forrest 1. Sifers of Iflla; and a sister, Mrs. George C. Hollingbery, Glencoe, HI. Funeral services will be held tomorrow In lola with burial in Forest Hill Cemetery at Kansas City, Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern— add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of The Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER Statistics Show Inflation Results NEW YORK (AP)-Remember 1939? If you earned $5,000 like stage plays. The business office was shocked. The bosses at Biograph also protested when he paid $100 to Helen Hunt Jackson for rights to shool "Ramona" in 1910. The studio had previously paid $5 or $10 for stories or else stolen them outright Croy touches on the elements that made Griffith aloof from hi& co-workers and laid the background for his final, bitter years His real ambition was to be £ writer, and he rankled over the flow of rejection slips from editors. After one unsuccessful conference with an editor, he went back to the studio "again the arrogant, dominating man.' year, and you had a wife and two] Use Mixed Greens Less Light Cakes made with honey and baking powder do not usually rise as high as cakes made with sugar and baking powder. Acids in the honey and baking powder account for this. children, your federal income tax and social security was only $59. To do as well today you would have to earn $12,113, says the National Industrial Conference Board. You would pay $1,816 in federal taxes. According to a report made by the board yesterday, $5,356 in purchasing power would be lost to inflation. The board Is a nonprofit organization engaged in economic, business and industrial research. When a recipe suggests that you use "mixed greens" in a salad you may choose among Boston lettuce, iceberg lettuce, water cress, escarole, endive, chicory, corn salad and romaine. m Your FASHION Store J. B. MICKEY COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOSTATS CH 2-1937 839 West 5th Seven Receive Teacher Awards EMPORIA, Kas. (AP) — Emporia State College has given Maser Teacher Awards for 1959 to seven Kansas educators. ggov. George Docking presented the awards at a dinner last night. The master teachers, and their tenure in the profession: Henrietta Courtright, Arkansas City Junior College, 35 years. ' Nettie Davis, Winchester High School, 50 years. Paul R. Dick, Oakley superintendent, 33 years. Ethlyn Hamlin, Fort Scott High School, 34 years. Dr. Ruth Thompson, Sterling College, 41 years. Jane Townsend, Girard High school principal, 53 years. Robert Harold Pool, Larned High School, 36 years. Home Cleanser A cold paste of baking soda and water will remove green mold from metal. Just brush it on and then wipe off with paper towels. Revlon Touch and Glo FACE POWDER KRAMER DRUG STORE 134 S. Main CH 2-2055 PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 B 'onus checks for women 895 THE MONEY TREE IS STILL IN FULL BLOOM! Because of unfavorable weather which prevented many of our customers from getting out to see us last week we have extended our Spring Opening Festivities on through Saturday, April 18. Come out and guess on the Money Tree. Free shrubs for adults. Lollipops from our Lollipop Tree and big balloons for the kiddies. Willis Garden Center WEEK-END SPECIAL Thursday, Friday, Saturday only, April 16-18 Hydrangea Hills of Snow (Hydrangea A.G.) Large white snowball-like flowers in June or July, persisting for long time. Heavy dark green foliage. This is one of the few plants suitable for shady locations, it will thrive even in full shade. Big 2 year old 2 to 3 foot plants Regularly $2.00 $1.19 ea. PufyoOr spring fashion money Into checks... a particularly sound investment If it's this youthful beauty by Mynette. She styled it of luxuriously textured ace* tate-rayon-nylon mesh that is wonderfully packable ... is wrinkle-resistant and washable. The perfect dress for traveling, for town, for tea ... or any spring activi- tiej^And It boasts Myntfte's precision fit, which means nocostly alterations! New spring colors; 14/2 to 24V4. TERRILL'S In Ottawa - TERRILL'S in Ottawa EVERGREENS A big stock of every type of evergreen suitable for this area. Uprights, spread- ersj globes and arbor vitae. All locally grown and freshly dug. A tree for every purpose and location. You can buy cheaper Evergreens, but none better. * Shade Trees * Flowering Trees * Peat Moss * Shrubs * Broadleaf Evergreens * Vines * Fruit Trees * Berry Plants * Rhubarb * Spring Bulbs * Potted Roses * Hedge Plants GIFT CERTIFICATES The perfect gift for the home owner and gardener who "has everything." Use for birthday or anniversary gifts or for any speciaJ occasion. Redeemable at any time for any items in stock at our Garden Center. WILLIS GARDEN CENTER 5th and Cherry Open Wednesday Night »4O SIGNATURE zig-zag console WARD WEEK SALE *5 DOWN *7a month ^*ScJc^Cf '' • Over 1400 stitches without attachments • Pushbutton forward and reverse • Mahogany or walnut cabinets SIGNATURE AUTOMATIC answers your every sewing need. Embroiders, makes buttonholes, sews on buttons- all automatically without attachments. Exclusive feature always starts design at beginning and repeats over and over. Built-in sewing light. See it today! 20-year guarantee FREE 7-day home trial ~^^ Complete with .„. genuine hardwood cabinet. SAVE $ 10! SIGNATURE l-HP, 7-tool cleaner 44 4.50 DOWN $5 a month 33 Low In design, fightweight; has a tip-toe control switch, built-in filter, and disposable bags. Attachment! clip on. 5-year guarantee. 117 W. 2nd St. - Free Parking

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