The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 27, 1959 · Page 7
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'•J?i '*„ Your Problems, By -Ann toncfers- Dear Ann Landers: My father says you are pretty smart. We shall see. I am nine years old. I have a question that nobody can ,answer. Even my grandfather couldn't help me. The question Is this: Why do grown up people close their eyes when they kiss? The first time I noticed this was in the movies. Last week I went to a wedding. My cousin 'got married to her boy friend. I sat right in the front row. I saw ever ything very close up. It happened with the bride and the groom, too. LANDERS .About the eyes I mean. ' What is you answer?—JIMMY Dear jimmy: When people kiss, their heads are very close together. Trying to look at something when another face is right smack up against yours is a pretty tough thing to do. Hold a book up to your own face and try to look at it. Your eyes will practically cross unless you close them. evenings and hire someone to stay with her during the day. The property which she has deeded to her son is valued at $45,000. We feel since he's going to get everything he should pay her expenses as long as she lives. He disagrees—violently. W h o's right?-M.B. Dear M.B.s Same song, second verse — Just a few of the lyrics are different. Mama has a pet whom she favors! and the favored one is a selfish so-and-so. Certainly he should provide for her, But if he refuses are you going to turn your back on your mother? Of course not. You'll all kick in, split the expenses and try to make her as comfortable as possible during her remaining years — or months. Dear Ann: I'm 17, a senior, and have been going steady for almost i<2 weeks. The fellow is 21, I'm terribly fond of the guy. But he's put me in a very difficult position. Last night he announced he had ordered a ring. When I told my folks they went into orbit. My dad even suggested we must have been "pretty friendly" for him to get the idea I'd accept a ring. This hurt my Besides, Jimmy, when people kiss, it is for that moment, the most important thing in all the world. Why would a person want to look around at a time like this? Dear Ann: When our father died 10 years ago he left every thing to Mother. His estate was to be divided equally among the chil dren at her death. A few years ago she wanted to sell some of her real estate holdings so we all signed the necessary papers giving her t h e authority to do as she pleased. In effect, we relinquished our rights to the estate, but since this was her wish, we were willing. Immediately Mother made out a will leaving everything to her eldest son. He is a 40-year-old bachelor who lives with her. He spends one night a week home with Mom. The other six nights he's at his girl friend's house. (He's been going with her for 15 years.) Mother is 79. She has no money left and she's sick and needs care. She refuses to live with any of us girls which means we are constantly running over there feelings. I don't want to break off but I don't want to accept the ring. Shall I tell him to put it away until I feel I want to settle down? -BIRDIE Dear Birdie: Tell him you don't want a ring. Period. Make no suggestions as to what he should do with it. This fellow is too old for you, and he's trying to steamroll you into marriage. Some 17- year - old ninnies are stupid enough to fall for this routine. Congratulations for not tumbling, And start dating others. What's Cooking? Here's a good way to com bine those meal essentials, meat and potatoes, The recipe is one sent in by Mrs. Ray Ang'.eton, RFD 4, Sand Creek HDU. Potato and Hamburger Canerele 4 large potatoes, pared and sliced 1 Ib. hamburger 1 large onion 1 pint milk salt and pepper Place potatoes at the bottom and hamburger next, and onions on top. Season with salt and pepper. Pour milk over combined ingredients and bake In 350- degree oven. Serves six. PRINTED PATTERN | Graduate From Bible Classes MRS. JIM CANNADY. (Wright Slucllo Photo) Beverly Hobbs Weds Jim Cannacfy Father-Daughter Dinner About 85 were present for the Father • Daughter banquet at First Christian Church annex Thursday evening. Rev. Roy W. Browning Jr., of Topeka, guest speaker, stressed the need of developing leadership among church people. An April Showers theme was carried out in decorations with a rainbow down the center of the table, and small parasol favors. Mrs. Ralph Emerson was committee chairman. Women of the church prepared and served the meal. iTh« OTTAWA HERALD Monday, April 27, 19M Three Ottawa women w « f e among the Graduates of Menninger Bible Class nt the annual ceremony yesterday afternoon In Topekn Prosbytorinn Church. The;' were Mrs. C if ford Johnson and Mrs. Lewis Irwln from the evening class taught by Mrs. D. C. Whitaker, and Mrs. Bertha Me Carthy from the morning class taught by Mrs. Lcc Harrison. Others attending the graduation exercises were Mrs, Clifford John' son and Barbara, Mrs. V. A Schnoke, Mrs. R. H. Curby and Mrs. Minerva Coffmnn. About 3o completed the year' work In Ottawa this year. The class was first begun in Ottawa n number of years ago with Mrs Roy Browning Sr. ns teacher. Many Varieties Canned shrimp comes develncc in liny, Small, medium, large, jum bo and coilosat sizes. Use I h c shrimp variety that best suits your recipe. Soc/o/ef/es Gardner P. Walker if, , urned to hig home In Arlington /a., after visiting last week with his parents, Mr. and M ** *'• Glffl* ner P. Walker Sr., and slater, Mlsf Louise Walker, . > Lnno W.S.C.S, had the l«Mon, topic, "Rapidly Developing K«« lions," Thursday at the church annex. It Was given by Mfl. Verne Ellis and devotions w«ri given by Mlsi Eva Soencor. Plans were made for the school award supper but a scheduled Mother-Daughter banquet was cancelled. Reports included (3 cardl sent and io calls made. Severn! fellow employees of Ottawa Herald gave Clyde Harber a birthday party Saturday night at Lawrence. They took • birthday cake for dessert. TV's FOR Rent Many Visitors At State Hospital OSAWATOMIE, Kas. (AP) The Osawatornie state hospital was .visited by about 2,500 persons yesterday as National Mental Health week began. The national goal is at least one visitor for each mental patient during the week. There are 1,400 patients at the hospital here. Gov. George Docking will speak at a special program Wednesday. Now at MALOTT'S... This spring select your all paint colors from this helpful decorator book.,. Beverly Hobbs, daughter of Mrs. Clara Hobbs, 1041 S. Main, and Mr. Henry IS. Hobbs, Parkville, Mo., and Jim Cannady son of Mr' and Mrs. Harlan Cannady of Princeton were united in mar- 13 yesterday in First Baptist Church. Dr. Roger Fredrikson performed the ceremony in a setting of palms, candles, and arrangements pf blue mums. Jo Archer played a program of traditional nuptial music and accompanied her sis'.er, Kathy Arch' er, who sang ''Because" and "The Lord's Prayer. 1 ' Candles were lighted by the groom's sisters, Ila Jean and Ailene Cannady. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of Chantiny lace and tulle over salin fashioned with basque bodice, long sleeves coming to points over the hands, and sabrina neckline. Lace appliques adorned the front of the voluminous skirt and | the back was formed of tiers and ruffles of lace and tulle. A crown of seed pearls and sequins held her circular veil. She carried a cascade of pink roses. Karen Sue Mock, Wells ville, was maid of honor and Nancy Scott and Rosie Meyer were oridesmaids. Their full - skirted dresses were of blue doited dac- ron with short sleeves and rounded neckline at front coming to a V in Lack- They wore picture nats in corsages series and the corsage from her w«2dding bouquet. The couple will live in Princeton. The bride was graduated from Otlawa High School with the class of '58. She was employed as secretary at University of Kansas and is now employed in the office of Ottawa Steel. The groom attended Princeton High School' He is n farmer. There were 200 invited guests in eluding a number from out w town. was-graduated from'"; B ™. ™ e . P™eni »ri, Hieh School a n d John Roberts . Winfield, secretary, High bchool a n d an() Miur|M ^^ ^^ dence, treasurer. ,.and Borrow this "Around the Clock with Color" book from your SPRED SATIN Dealer malching color- were of while Their sleplv anotis- The candle lighlers wore similar blue gowns. Arlie Wood of Princeton served Kerbs-Bellus Vows Mr. and Mrs. Elinor Kerbs, RFD 3, announce the marriage of heir daughter, Manene, to Ho' mer Bellus, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bellus, Pittsburgh, Pa. The ceremony was performed in he Presbyterian Church at ClarkS' burg, W. Va., on April 16 with Rev. Durham officiating. Miss Kerbs Williamsburg High was in employment of Braniff ernationaj Airways for 2V4 years at Kansas City. Mr. Bellus graduated from Pillsburgh schools and served 'our years in the U. S. Army. He graduated from Central Technical Institute at Kansas City with a Class A license in TV photo- [raphy and studio engineering, He is director at stalion WBOY-TV, Clarksburg, W. Va, For Iheir honeymoon the couple went to Chesapeake Bay, Washington, D. C,, and points in states of Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania. They are at home at Points To Change In Our Education HUTCHINSON W) — Chancellor Franklin Murphy of the University of Kansas, says education in America has changed to the "business of I raining at the expense of education." The idea that education might bring a richer personal life has been practically lost, he told a convention of American Assn. of University Women Saturday. He suggested three betterment ideas; 1. There should never be a year in any school without a rigorous course in the written word, 2. The nation should accept this as an ago of science and it is inexcusable that anyone should get out of a secondary school without courses in laboratory sciences. 3. More young people should be learning foreign languages. Dr. Elanor Hoag, Winfield, was elected president; Mrs. Robert Herzog, Ellsworth, first vice president; Mrs, Bernard Pyles, Wichita, second vice president Mrs. SEW-VERY-EASY sheath with a choice of two necklines—sleek mandarin or square-cut. Whip up a wardrobe of smart versions in print, checks or solid — cotton knit, linen, shantung. Printed Pattern 4(505: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, Id, 18. Size W requires S'.fe yards 35-inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pallern— add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mall- SEIDLITZ "Best by Test" < PAINTS PA/NT SALE ing. 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