The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 23, 1959 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, April 23, 1959
Page 7
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HAPPY CHILDREN - Mike, 4, Roxaim, 8, and Nancy Jo Medlen, 1 months old, arc children of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Median, Lawrence. Grandparents are Mr, and Mn. R. A. Hagerty and Mr. and Mrs. J C8se Mcdlcn, Ollawa. Greatgrandparenls are Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Loper, Pomona. Your Problems, By -Ann Landers- Dear Ann Landers: This letter Js being written in study hall by five senior guys. We have decided to register our pet-peeve with you, in hopes you will print the letter. The general question is this: Why do some fairly decent high school girls got themselves up like chippies and spoil their natural good looks? There are about a dozen gals in this very room who: (1) Wear their c 1 o t h e s entirely too tight. (2) Circle their eyes with black pencil and look like Halloween spooks. (3) M o nkey LANDERS with their hair either making blonde streaks or changing the color completely. (4) Let their nails grow longj c . h . ildren , (not four) like claws, then paint them sliver oldest c)llld need s or bright red. them." (Thank heavens for asbestos ironing board covers.) Shi! has answered the phone and forgotten the bath water was running. If she breaks a g'.ass or dish she'll pick up the large pieces and then when one of the kids cuts his foot she can't figure out how it happened. too blunt? She's always been a very good friend and I'd hate to have TISH her mad at me.—SKIT- Franklin Co. HDU's To A ffend Meeting Guest speaker for a s p e c i a 1 tieeting May 8, in Topeka, which Franklin County HDU members will attend, will be Rev. 0. E. BOnny. The title of his talk is "Blessed are the Sensitive." (Mr. Sonny's life story leads through a Russian slave camp in Siberia to his present pulpit at Roscdalc Congregational Church. He was born near Warsaw, Poland, son of a German Baptist minister, spent ?lx years in Siberian exi.c, six years in t .h e Ukraine, escaped to England, came to Canada and the U.S. His B.A. degree is from University of Richester, his B. D, from North American Seminary, and M.A. from Oberlin Graduate School of Theology, and further graduate work has been done atj University of Heidelberg, Germany. He is a Mason, holds offices on a number of boards, is In demand as a speaker, and is active Simply tell her the final plans V," are being set for the wedding) J." ~ ino < n Tnn4tfft „,,„, party, and the bridesmaids er' The meelingl in Topeka Munl< "°"™ Our 4-year-old drank some cleaning fluid last year and we had to rush him to the hospital to have his stomach pumped. Mom had poured it in a pop bottle and he thought it was something good to drink. Two weeks ago our 7-year-old fell out of the car because Mom forgot to check the doors to see that they were locked. Fortunately he was not hurt. What can I do with a woman like this?— NERVOUS DAD Betty, Mary and Suzy. ° f Cmc ' and Sodalettes (5) Drown thmsel-ves in heavy perfume that almost knocks you dead when they walk by. You will solve a great big mystery if you can provide the answer. What are these girls trying to prove when they cheapen themselves this way?—THE GROUP Dear Group: These girls are trying to prove they're grown up (poor things). Thank you, for writing fellas. Such comment will mean a great deal more coming from you than from me. Dear Ann: I love rny wife. Dear Dad: You can resign yourself to the fact that you have five that the watching more closely than the others. Encourage the 12-year-old to "help" mother. Train the others lo watch out for themselves and each other constantly. And check the car doors when you take your wife out — to make sure she doesn't fall out. Dear Ann Landers: I received my engagement ring three weeks ago and was very thrilled, naturally. We've lived in t h i s duplex for eight years and the girl upstairs is a good friend of mine. I told her right away and her first remark was "Hooray, I Beta Gamma had a talk on art last evening by Mrs. John J. Pinney. She told of her work in ar! classes at Ottawa University and of some of the paintings she has made. Mrs. Lee Casida and Mrs. Paul Gaynor were hostesses at the Casida home. Bcrean Guild of First United Presbyterian Church had a les' son study last evening on mis sion work in Alaska. Mrs. George Louderback led the discussion with members participating. Prayer cycle was held and Bible study on the Book of Jude. Mrs. Fred Brandon was in charge of business. Mrs. Floyd Jacob, hostess served refreshments. Wyandotte • Johnson Salon No 512, Eight and Forty Society, wil initiate three new members Mon day evening in Rosedale Legion Hall, Kansas City, Kas. cipal auditonum, starting at ..:30 a.m., is one of the activities |-n observance of National Home Jcmonstration Week, May 3-9. The ueme is "Today's Home Builds omorrow's World." In addition to the main address Jicre will be music and other program numbers. The Topeka meeting is one of a series of more than 20 planned to be held during the week at various Kansas towns. get to tended be to a bridesmaid." ask her but I (I in- think She's a lovely woman. She's given p he . should have waited for an win fnn« fit-in nbii<4**A» r>..i -1,*! invitntinn } me four fine children. But she invitation. has less sense than the kids when it comes to certain things. I need help. If it weren't for our alert 12- year-old daughter the house would have burned down twice last year. Mom has ruined two good irons because she "forgot to disconnect Yesterday she told me she'd much rather be my maid of honor. I was stunned but I didn't let on. I'm sure she thinks it's settled. I'm afraid if I don't do something to put her in her place she'll want to be the bride next. How can I tell her without being Child Study Club Mrs. Don Hoglund was in charge of Child Study club program topic "Living With Your Tensions," las: eveningX Mrs. Olin Wollen ar ranged rdl} call, for which each member told humorous sayings u her children. New officers elected were Mrs Hoglund, president; Mrs. Harold Sodamann, vice president; Mrs L. E. Davis, secretary; and Mrs Jay Milton, treasurer, Mrs. L. E. Davis was hostess assisted by Mrs. Milton. There were 1G members present and two guests, Mrs. John Kirkland am Mrs. Roy Latimcr. RENO LOCKER PLANT North Edge of Ottawa 116 E.Dundee Dial CH 2-4829 *** ***, *** Flintrock TOMATOES 2 N ° c r25c Glen Valley PEAS 2 :25c Strongheart DOG FOOD 3 No. 1 Cans 25c MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE All Grinds , 69c Food King OLEO Country Boy BACON 6 Lbs. OOC Lb. 39e Arkansas FRYERS cut up Lb. 33c Ground Beef 2 95c Round Steak u, 73c Lean Pork Steak Lb 39c FOOD KING No. 300 WHITE HOMINY GOLDEN HOMINY BABY LIMAS PORK and BEANS SPINACH RED BEANS KIDNEY BEANS BLACKEYED PEAS Your Choice 10 Can. 98C Open 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Ottawa's First Complete MIDGET SUPER Rebekahs Initiate Rebekahs initiated four last evening, members of the love rally class of Edith Holland, Assembly president. They were Mrs. lim Price, Miss Eloise McFadden, Mrs. Ruth Bruner, and Mrs. Alice Ferguson of Wellsville. Mrs. flenn Ainsworth presided. Plans were made to go to a lovo rally meeting at Pomona April 27, and to a similar meeting in Bald win May 4. Serving table decorations weie spring flowers and the I .0. 0. F. emblem. Mrs. Ainsworth poured. On the serving committee were REV. 0. E. BONNY . and Mrs. Ben Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Johnson, Mrs. Gardner laydcn, Mrs- Etta Harford, Mrs Blanche Goldsmith, Mrs. Bei lolmes, Mrs. Rulh Hoopcs, Mrs Daisy Hudson and Mrs. Pear loclson. Sixty-five were present. Then were 12 visitors from Wcllsvill lodge, one from Quenemo, and ono from Lane. CHEAPER Than Washing at Home . . . Plus SOFT WATER TOO! Try the ... Maytag Coin-O-Matic Laundry 1600 S. Main Why are some drugs like 'ecstasy sauce?" If you read"Li'l Abner"you may recall how the Gourmet's Club plotted to make "Ecstasy Sauce" from the Yokums' pet pig, Salomey. Recipe: Boil down one hammusalabamtu (Salomey) until just one single, solitary delicious drop remains—and that is "Ecstasy Sauce." In terms of food, this is humorously ridiculous, but it's actually routine in the making of drugs. Often hundreds of pounds of raw materials must be processed and reprocessed to obtain one tiny pinch of the active medication. Which helps explain why modern drugs are so potent, and why we pharmacists dispense them only when your physician writes a prescription. Kramer Drug Store 134 8. Main Cli 2.2055 Professional Pharmacy CH 2-3547 Professional Bid? lemperance Legion Norlh Side Loyal Temperance egion met yesterday at the Trln- y Methodist Church, with 31 hildrcn present. The scripture as road by Eddie Hughes. Gory leffield. Edwin Pollom and Lin- Arnold led tho Salutes to the hreo Flags. Lynn Bryan, RcLecca Brenner, nvid and Mark Sodnmann direct- d the song of "Tho Wise Man nd the Foolish Mnn." "We'll All tnnd Up For Temperance," was ed by Mary Frances Pnyne, Shit- y Pollom and Lewis Hughes, he members gnvc the pledge. Mrs. A. E. Sulllus told the story f "A Boy's Responsibility." "All Went Shopping," was given by Irs. Mary Black. Greeting Cards were made. Joy Caldwoil, Earl Fuller, Eddie fughcs, Jonicc Reeves and David Sodamann assisted with the prl nary group. Animal crackers were served. Skilton Music Club Skilton Club program last eve* nlng at Saunders Mimic Co, in* eluded four two-piano numbers. They were given by Mrs. R, L. Slovens and Mrs. Raymond Lucas, Mrs, James Springfield and Mls» Dollle Elsimlnger, Mrs. Paul Shlpps and Mrs. John Sheldon, and Mrs. Bruce Spears and Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. Roger Fredrlkson, n visitor, gave a vocal solo. A vocal trio number was given by Mrs. Th« OTTAWA ;BHRAL& Thursday, April 23, 1059 Springfield, Mrs. Jon Pritchard and Mrs, Robert Plnet, a guest Giving a two-piano, eight hands number were Mrs. Gene Mohr, Mrs. Raymond Gillette, Mrs/ Bam Gray and Mrs. Eldon Ra« dcr. Twenty - four members wer« present. Other visitors were Mr, Sam Gray, Miss Kay Kimball, a former member, Mrs. C. A. Maw* ley; and Misses Doris Jane and Beverly Hjorth. Club Forecast Friday SHUTIN CIRCUE. M«. H«rv»y MnCnnn R\ND C1UE1UK, community «»pp«r VYCtyp, community nofln dinmr OtlMTBN DELI, community, nipper, «lo« Inn itny nchooi TV SERVICE Hurry, Hurry! Reserved Seatt for THE HAPPY TIME Going Fast Slop in at Saunders Music Co. or Dial CH 2-2721 Tickets $1.00 Reserved Seats 25c extra HUDELSON HOUSE Swimwear Is in «, Poppin 1 with Giant Values of, f/ny prices/ •"—...^ l * •«*.* , VTi Tocjs for Active Youngsters Plnywear made for frislcy children! Fabulous sudsable fabrics... gain fashion trims... cool Ice cream colors! WoVo offering this brand new collection nt only $1 each while they last. You'll have a picnic choosing from these winsome styles. Shortall Size 3-6x, $1.98 , - Multi-PockeJ Size 14 1*Ng| Short!--3-7, $! 427 S. Main Phone CH 2-3213 house Air Conditioner PRE-SEASO N SALE 2 Ten ITon V/2 Ten « •>/. >j»v*ww™ Reg. Value 249.95 Now $158.88 $5.00 DOWN Reg. Value 349.95 Now $238.88 Reg. Value 399.95 Now $278.88 NO PAYMENTS UNTIL JUNE Phone CH 2-1628 GOOD/YEAR SERVICE STORE 215S.IM,

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