The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 20, 1959 · Page 6
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I Your Problem*, By -Ann Landers- Dear Ann Landers: I'm a ca-iremoves the last vestige of fnoen- reer girl, 31, could pass f o r ive for a working guy. You may younger — and do, when a kitten ish mood overtakes me. I went to a good school, took a master's degree and chose public relations work. My father left me a little money, vested wisely. My p r' o b- : lem is simple, yet complex. I have scads of g e n t 1 emen friends, but they all earn less money than I do. I have my own apartment (in fact ] own part of the building). Travel which I in- LANDERS fascinates me and there are few places I haven't been. I drive a new car every two years. Last year (with my bonus check) I decided to splurge and buy a mink coat. People think I'm. rolling in dough (not true) but I am darned comfortable. Frankly. I'm sick to death MRS. GARY L. BURNS. (Wright Studio Photo) Hones-Burns Rife Solemnized Friday the commercial rat-race. I'd give up everything tomorrow for a guy and a fireside. But no one has nskccl me. How do you let a. man know you're not as self-sufficient you look — and that underneath you're just the girl next door?— ALINE Dear Aline: You sound like tho girl next door — to the Bank o America, that is. Wake up and smell the coffee You're frightening the men awaj in droves. When a working gir buys herself a mink coal she razor-sharp in public relations, fcney, but your private relations lave been poorly handled. Remove that indestructible fa- ade. If you want to lean on a the new baby off to a good start. Do you know what a blessing it is not to have a two-year-old hanging on to your skirts trying to gel attention away from the baby? Grandma has solved a thorny problem. Revamp your thinking and try to see the advantage of the situation. You'll feel much better — and so will everyone else. around" — wcept maybe that flea- brained wife? You're being offered more pay for more work'. Put it back in her lap. Tell her if you say no to Saturday work it will probably mean you'll be spending the other six days of the week at home with her, too. man, you're going to have to look more like the Tower of Pisa, and ess like the Rock of Gibraltar. Dcnr Ann: My husband's grandmother is ruining my marriage. I lave a two-year-old son and an nfant less than six weeks old. Grandma lives a block away and he's taken over my boy, completely. When he told me yesterday that he loves "gram best in all the world" I was so hurt I cried. I'm a young mother, trying hard o build a good family relationship. When 1 talk to my husband about this he gets disgusted with ne, says I'm behaving like a spoiled kid and tells me I'd better get over it. He doesn't know how t hurts a mother's heart to hear ,hat her child loves someone else bettor. Grandma is 76, but v e r y energetic. She can spend hours lolling my son stories and playing games with him, I can't give lim my undivided attention as I did before the new baby came. What am J to do? I'm sick inside. -DESPONDENT Dear Despondent: Shame on you for being jealous of Grandma. Your life is ahead of you — hers is almost over. Let her enjoy the child. Be happy there is someone to occupy the boy's interest while you get Dear Ann: I work for a company that has announced all employees must put in four hours on Saturday. My wife is raising the roof. She says I should refuse. We get extra pay for the hours, but she says she'd rather have less money and more time with me. No one else has squawked and I hate to be the first. We've been married 5 months and owe lots of bills. She says if I let myself be pushed around they'll be asking me to work Sundays next. Refusing could cost me my job. What shall I do?—WILL Dear Will: Who's "pushing you Speaks In Lawrence Mrs. D. L. Young was guest speaker for Betty Washington Chapter, Daughters of Ameri can'Revolution, in Lawrence Sunday. She told of restored Williamsburg, Va., and showed color slides. ' The meeting was at the home of Mrs. Fay Brown, 1516 Crescent Road. Mrs. Young is recording secretary for General Edward Hand Chapter of Ottawa. She remained in Lawrence during the weekend as guest of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Raffelock and children, Mi chael, Shelbi and Leslie. Parent-Education Meet The final one of a series of Parent-Education meetings will be leld at Garfield School tonight at 7:30, on the topic. "Have We Abdicated Our, Authority?" The program will be in the na- ,ure of a forum with Mrs. C. W- Henning, Mrs. Charles Southard, and others taking part. Third grade mothers will serve refreshments and a nursery will be provided. 7i/6 Forecast Tuesday W.O.A. Golf Luncheon, Country Club B. & P. W. CLUB, election BETA GAMMA, Mrs. Lee Casldft NAVY MOTHERS, lira. S. N. Heln, 421 H. Poplar CHAPTER GL, P.E.O., Mrs. R. B. Anderson JAYCEE JAYNES, Mrs. Bill Reefer, Lawrence FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE, Mrs. Vlda Adams PROMENAOERS Square Dance Club UNION CHAPEL W.S.C.S., at church WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD, MM. J N. Carter FAITH LUTHERAN GUILD Soc/a/e/fes Liberty School will close with a basket supper Thursday at 6:30 p.m. honoring the teacher, Mrs. Kenneth Corbett. There will be a program by the pupils. ^ Ottawa Business and Professional Women's club has reservations for eight members from t h e newly organized Baldwin club for the dinner tomorrow evening in North American Hotel. Eleven Ottawa members attended the spring luncheon in Burlington yesterday. The attendnace was about 150. Faith Lutheran Guild will meet in the church basement tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Menning- ed and children, Karl, Ann and Sarah, Topeka, were guests during the week-end of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Williams and Gloria. Mrs. Menninger and children had visited since Friday. Patricia Ann Hanes, daughter 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanes, 939 Willow, became the bride of Gary L. Burns, son of Mr, and Mrs. S. E. Burns, Pomona, Friday evening. Rev. M. Todd Macdonald read the double ring service in First United Presbyterian Church at 7 o'clock. The altar was banked with greenery and there were arrangements of white gladioli and candelabra holding white candles. Music was provided by Mrs. L. C. Jacobs, pinnist, and Mrs. Walter Baker, vocalist. The bride's gown was of white crystalline with allover lace pat tern, styled with full skirt and short jacket. With it she wore a small white lace hat. She car ried red roses in a double ring bouquet. Deanna Spigle, maid of honor, wore a mint green dress with pirtk A reception was held following the ceremony. Sweetheart roses and smilax decorated the serving table which held the three-tier wedding cake. Mrs. Lyle Hanes Jr. and Mrs. Don Hanes served, assisted by Mrs. Lyle Hanes Sr. Mary Ann Ward was in charge of the guest Look. For traveling the bride chose a blue and white sheath dress with white accessories. The couple went on a wedding (rip to the Ozarks and are now at homo in an apart ment at 210 S. Oak. The bride is a senior in Ottawa High School. The groom was graduated from Pomona High School with the class of '58. He is employed at C^iinn furniture store.. Relatives and close friends of the couple were present for the ceremony. carnation nosegay. David Arnold of Lawrence acted as best man and Orral Staneart Jr. was usher. The bride's mother wore a dress of blue chromespun with white accessories and pink carnation corsage. Mrs. Burns chose a navy blue dress with white accessories and she, too, wore a pink carnation corsage. We want to thank everyone who visited us during our Spring Opening. In spite of unfavorable weather the number of registrations was very gratifying. Come Back Again! r CONGRATULATIONS to the following Prize Winners: GRAND PRIZE M. C. W. Thompson, 1011 S. Hickory 2nd PRIZE Carl Bennett, 1030 N. Oak 3rd PRIZE • 3rd riuzu I I Mrs. J. A. Baldwin, 836 S. Hickory Visit us for your every need in nursery stock and garden supplies. WILLIS GARDEN CENTER 5th and Cherry Hear Musical Program Emery Green community club had a program of music by the Ottawa Barbershop Chorus, directed by Al Williams, Friday night. Gerald Reed gave accordion numbers. At a business session conducted by Henry Wherry, it was voted to discontinue meetings until Sep' tember. Refreshment committee members were Mr. and Mrs. Wherry, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burruss. About 50 attended. Ottawa's Lions Clubs (Noon and Evening) Supper And Program Youth fellowship of Trinity Methodist Church served a potluck supper last evening at the church for parents and adult counselors. The theme was "Showers of Blessing." There were umbrella nut cups and a table centerpiece of sprinkling can filled with flowers. Several members gave program talks on activities of the group the past year. Doris Jane Hjorth showed slides of some of the activities. About 45 were present. 1 Spring Is Sprung and the Grass Is Growin' Now's the Time to Think about Mowin' Get Ahead of the Rush! Let Our Factory-Trained Mechanic Do It Now Special Complete Mower Tune-up C 1.95 Plus Parts Ottawa Tractor & Imp. Co., Inc. CH 2-4400 119 E. 2n< 5th Annual BROOM SALE FRI. and SAT.. APRIL 24 & 25 The "Broom Caravan" will be at 3rd and Main Sts. in front of Scott's Store all day FRIDAY and SATURDAY. The Noon Lions Club members will be on duty at all times. All Products Are Made by the Blind and Sold Through LIONS CLUBS ONLY! The Proceeds from this Sale will go to help finance the Many Civic Projects Sponsored by the LIONS CLUBS. you can'/ get downtown . . . Don't worry, a Lion will be at your door to sell you a broom! 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