The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 42
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 42

Ogden, Utah
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
Page 42
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IOC Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 DEAR ABBY Blame Parents for Neglectful Children live with situations they can't change, spare themselves a lot of misery. ,As long as you remain "resigned" you'll have no problem. DEAR ' ABBY: About that minister whose marriage had grown cold and he was tempted by / another woman in his congregation. There's a woman How do I know? My father was a minister. He was handsome, and the ladies flattered him and chasec him and he wasn't the stronges of .men, if you know what J mean. When things got too involved,, we. moved to -avoid a scandal. 'For 25 years our family moved from pastorate to pastorate. . TEEN HAIR STYLES BEAT OF ,, 6A MRS. JAMES F. RAND |Wecfc//ng Trip to Hawaii -"*— ^Follows Nuptial Event ;J_"iNewlyweds Mr. and 'Mrs. •-» James F. Rand left on a wed-Iding trip to Hawaii following ?f,their marriage Friday. -~ ----The bride is the former San- jTvBra Moss Burrows, daughter of '-Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Moss of :::1623 Hislop Drive. '~'~ Mr. Rand of Redding, Calif., -'jsa son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil F. '• Rand of Milwaukee, Wis. i -iv,- Nuptial promises were ex-1 ''. changed in ceremonies per- -j.formed at the Moss residence, '.- with Bishop Garth Welch offici- ;_ ating. -SLIMMERAMAS TO MEET The couple received guests at a garden reception following the nuptial rites. The bride was attired in a street length cream colored mira-mist gown over cocoa taffeta. It was styled with empire waist, high neckline of antique lace and velvet, and long full sleeves with antique lace cuffs. MAID OF HONOR A sister of the bride, Miss Karlene Moss, was her maid .of honor, and was attired in a coca brown double breasted suit. Vin Johnson performed duties of best man. The newlyweds plan to make their home at 2045 Shasta, No. 3, Redding, Calif. "r~~ Slimmeramas Chapter of ."-.TOPS has changed its meet"„, .iflg place to Room 17, Ogden High School. ,V_1 The chapter meets every *r^ Wednesday evening at 7. *1_^ All women interested in i"-^ losing weight sensibly can -;;~ call Mrs. James Gentry at -•__ 392-4038 for additional infor- '*••-'• mation. I The chapter will hold a - : -white elephant gift sale dur- "" ing Wednesday's session. ;~;M/n/ Maids - '." Mini Maids Chapter of TOPS ^. will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in *f the Warren Cultural Hall for a ^business meeting. For informa- •f-tion, call Mrs, Charles Skeen. <• .782-8705. kept my shape and I'm neat and well-groomed, but if hei comes near me once a month! I'm lucky. Divorce is out because we have two small children (both accidents). HARD WORKING MAN When a women can't change a situation, she had better learn to live with it. And that's what I'm doing. Outside of being no j Romeo, he a good, sober, hard' working man, which is a lot more than some women have.— Resigned DEAR RESIGNED: You're By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN fortunate. People who learn to like that in every congregation. DEAR ABBY: The letter from Reluctant Godmother who was hurt when 'she was told by,'"the mfant's mother that-she was expected to heap g i f t s on her "Godchild" on all occasions, reminded me of my own' situation. My husband and I are Godparents to 12 children We remember them all on their birthdays and Christmas and Easier, cnit do you think.they remem- us? Their mothers telephone me to tell me the child has re-j ceived our card with a check) enclosed, but is, too "busy" to --CUI: thank us personally. I wonder how many Ged- c h i 1 d r « n remember their Godparents -on their special days? We have birthdays, anniversaries and there is Mother's Day and Father's Day. What a joy it would be to receive a card from a Godchild. It wouldn't take much time to jot down a few "X's" and scribble a name. Giving .is a two-way street, you know. But I don't blame the children. Their parents should have taught them better manners.—Forgotten Godmother DEAR GODMOTHER Perhaps your letter will remind the guilty. Thank you for writing. DEAR ABBY: "Hungary For Love" and. I have a lot in common. ' But your advice ("teach him") didn't work for me.. I've tried. I've worn everything from sexy negligees to nothing at all. All my guy does is turn Ms head and say, 'Move, you're in my way, I can't see the TV." Or, "Better put some clothes on, -you're going to catch cold." He's a regular ''touch-me- not." He's ticklish everywhere, and he doesn't like for me to touch him at all. I'm 25- and he's 28. I am fairly attractive, have We were never able to grow roots anywhere. By the time I was college age 'my credits were so mixed- up from the 14 schools that I had attended, I had to look hard to find a college that would, accept me. I wonder how many people know what a preacher's wife has to put up with?—Preacher's Kid . • RIBBONS Cut according to texture and growing pat- • tern — the .hair is razor cut into a multi-layered short cut across the top and sides tapering to a very long nape. TO SET: Tape all the bangs and curves in place around the face with the nape on one inch rollers. Spray with setting lotion. TO COMB: Brush lightly lifting the layers and letting them fall in place. Tie up the head in a ribbon bowed to one side. Otarg* f. Hlndtrion Is your voice too. nasal? Put hand in front of mouth as you speak; ydu should feel air against it as you say all vowels. If not, practice! * * • .. If the cover, to your lipstick gets loose, put a tiny narrow strip of adhesive tape around bottom of tube: cover will fit snugly. ' * -# After a smoky party, comfort .eyes with- alternating hot. and cold compresses, three minutes each. Youll feel better in about 15 minutes. .*..*• Help prevent vericose veins by putting your feet up when .sitting or lying down. • * * Sporty touch: loop plain leather belt with big flat pocket watch, or large medallion, on chain; wear over sweater. * # . Start your autumn look with a casual, sporty haircut at • George's Beauty Salons Come In And See Us Now • Roy Shop Open Thurs. Nights • Terrace Shop open till 9 p.m. Tuesdays • 700 Shop open till 9. p.m. Wed. and Thurs. 7IOi4flth Street Roy, Utah SlGOSouth-MOOWest Phone 394-2423 Tfasliinston Terrace South Ogden Phone 393-S733 JoLcc Lanes Phone 773-3046 Read the Classified Ads HOUSE OF FABRICS CARDS-GIFTS-CANDLES Babysitting? Keep television volume low so you may hear your charges in case they awaken. ft jtavr T 5npflkv i JTritc'to Sneakers, c/o this paper.' XING l^ATCKES STSDICA3E. * 2419 Washington Wvd. * Fort Lan* Shopping C«nt«r Lay ton * Roy Shoppina C»nt»r—Hoy Get your fail wardrobe freshened up to keep you looking smart. 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