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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               Misjs Susan Manier r V _ Ifefcomes Bridtf of Richard S. Grimm -Mips Susan Manier, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex J. Manier, 1238 Opechee street, became the bride of Richard Seatoh Grimm, son of, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Grimm, Milwaukee, during Saturday 'evening rites at First Congregational church. The Rev. Hugh Shelby Lee read the double ring ceremony and the bride's father gave her, in marriage. Miss Msrcia Manier was maid of honor for her sister and another sister, Judy Manier, was an attendant with Mrs. "William Mecklenburg, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. Russell Schwem, Evanston, 111., and the Misses Virginia Smith and Natalie Meyer, both of Evans- ton. John Grimm was best man for his brother and ushers wjere, Phillip Grimm, Thomas Drought, Theodore H a r t- shorne, all of Milwaukee; Rob- ert Downing, Winnetka, 111.; Thomas Pfeiler, Chicago; Peter Haensel, Fort Sheridan, 111., and John Manier, Apple- ton, the bride's brother. After a reception at North Shore Golf club, the couple left for a honeymoon the Bahama Islands. They will re- side at Fort Campbell, Ken., where the bridegroom is sta- tioned as a first lieutenant in the army in the staff judge advocate general's corps with the 101st Airborne The former Miss Manier is a graduate of Appleton High school and Northwestern uni- versity, .where she affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta and Pi Lambda Theta. Prio'r to her marriage she taught at, Sko- kie. 111. Her husband is an alumnus of Yale university and the University of Wisconsin Law school. At Yale he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta and at the state university he affiliated with Phi Delta -Phi legal fraternity. t Tasty Stuffing Ever combined mashed sweet potatoes and bulk sau- sage for a stuffing for roast chicken? Cook the' sau- sage meat slowly before us- ing and drain off the fat. Mother's Helper by Heimonn Ftouon BEFORE YOU tell your mop- pet it's time for his medi- cine, make sure you're real- ly ready to give it. For ex- ample, in the case of liquids have a tissue ready to catch stray drops or to wipe a smeared chin. And remem- ber to set that bottle well out of the way of flailing arms. (Copyright, 1959) Woman Nearly Itches To Death "I nearly itdft2to death for 7ty Then I found a wondtrskix creme. Here's blessed relief from torares of vaginal itch, rectal itch, chafing, rath and eczema with an amazing new scientific called LANACANE. This fan-aconc, stain- less medicated creme kills harmful bacteria germs while it soothes raw, irritated ant inflamed skin tissue. Stops needs healing. Don'tsuffer another minute. LANACANE today at all drag stows. In Good Taste Zeoefskl Photo North Shore Golf Club was setting Saturday evening for the reception after the marriage of Miss Susan Manier and Riohard Seaton Grimm. The Rev. Hugh Shelby Lee officated at the rites for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex J. Manier, 1236 E. Opechee street, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Grimm, Milwaukee. Your Problems Son Deceives In Nighttime 'Prank' Chib To Place a Wanl-Ad Dial 3-4411 BY ANN LANDERS DEAR ANN: Last night I got the shock of my life. My son who is 17 has always b e e n a kind, thoughtful boy. Very late last night I heard Bud get out of bed. I thought he was getting a drink of water. Then I heard him dial the tele- phone. When I Ann Landers looked at the clock it was 2 a.m. He hung up and dialed another number, then another and another. He didn't speak to anyone, just dialed num- bers and hung up. When he went back to his room I followed him. He quickly ducked a piece of pa- per under his pillow. I insist- ed he show it to me. He had a list of 15 telephone numbers of people I didn't know. I finally got the story out of him. He belongs to a secret club called "The An- tagonizers'. Each member calls-his list every night be- tween 2 a.m. _and 4 a.m. Then they report on the reactions at the meeting. He told me the names of the other club members and I knew most of them. I phoned the mother of one of the boys this morning. She said "Oh come now, this is nothing to get excited about. It's just a teenage prank. Would you rather our boys got mixed up in gang I believe if "pranks" like DO YOU SUFFER FROM ARTHRITIS Find out how you can relieve PAIN. STIFFNESS -and SORENESS without use of EXPENSIVE DRUGS. Positive and lasting KESULTS assured: Also relieves chronic aches pains as as nervous tension! Write P.O. Dept. L, Appleton. Wis. this aren't nipped in the bud, gang wars may be next. May I have your Dear Upset: This is more than a "prank." It's organ- ized anti social behavior which can't be laughed off. It's also against the law in case you didn't knew. I suggest the parents of "The Antagonizes" insist on a joint meeting with the boys. A substitute program of athletics should be offer- ed so these kids won't have to get their kicks disturbing people and frightening them out of their wits. Unless something is done to chan- nel their energies into wholesome and constructive outlets they will become bored with phone calls and turn to frightening people in person. -DEAR ANN: I was amazed at the pig-headedness of the man "Who Thinks For Him- self." So he's been married and divorced all on his own. Does he want a medal? In past ten years I too have been divorced twice but I certainly am not proud of it. It's taken three years of con- centrated therapy with a psy- chiatrist to get back on the track. E-ven now I'm not sure I'm ready to try marriage again although I'm confident my chances for succeeding would be far greater. And the nerve of the man referring to people who write to you as At least they are trying to help themselves. Cynics who sit in the scorner's seat and knock those of us who are trying to find answers need more help than anyone but they are too stubborn to admit ing Mad Dear Fighting: Thank you, thank you. I have thought it, but you have said it. Bravo DEAR ANN: I'm 23, unmar- ried (but hoping) and 25 pounds overweight. I've heard of the "one food a day diet" which my girl friend swears by. She lost 10 pounds in ten days. The theory is, it's not what you eat. but how much j that counts. It makes sense to me. What do you Hippy Dear Hippy: I think it's nonsense. If that "one thing a day" is a tub of potato salad you won't lose, you'll gain. See a doctor. Let him pre- scribe a diet and stay on it. There's no magic formula losing weight. It takes work. HIS AND HERS- j BY MURIEL STAFFORD, GRAPHOLOGIST SHE Caught in a Net .1 love him but I don't feel that he really loves me as he claims he does. He's a guy but a very com- plex person. Most of the time Our Long-Lasting Permanent s Keep Your Hair Style Lovelier We'll give you a permanent, too, that suits your particular style and type of hair. All are long-lasting, soft and beautiful. 15.00 Cold Wave, Shampoo Set I Reg. 20.00 Custom Permanent 10 00 Roux and Clairol Hair Tinting Open Tuesday Thursday Eves. American Qeautt, Balo-ti E. College Are. Orer Otto Jenss Clothing Phone 3-7590 Only the Steinway satisfies like a STEINWAY your child fho lifelong inspiration of Steinway. The technically supreme piano with the unsur- passed tone. Hear it at The Hepplewhite HEID MUSIC CO. APPLETON OSHKOSH true self-confidence. Encour- age him and praise him for his accomplishments. Don't be overbearing or hard on him. He means well and he Ask Doctor To Call-in Specialist BT EMILY POST Dear Mrs. Post: My hus- band became ill three weeks ago and our family doctor has been treating tiim ever since. He doesn't seem to be any better and we would-like to call another doctor (a spe- cialist) to cpme in and ex- amine him. We don't want to hurt our family doctor who has been very kind to us. Will you please tell me how we can go about this? Answer: Say to your doctor that you are worried about your husband and would T, to call in a specialist for S consultation, and ask him who he thinks would be the best one. Senseless Rule J Dear Mrs. Post: Someone has just told me that at -a cor- rectly set table, even though one person dines alone, four places should be set. To me V. I Monday, November 2, 1959 Apploton Poit-Crescent A11 Attractive Home Helps; Combat Delinquency Pechmmn Photo Mary Bolssen Parents Tell Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bols- sen, the Dale, have engagement announced daughter Mary, of to their John While sociologists study, police invoke curfews and politicians pontificate, others concerned with juvenile de- linquency are taking steps to make home so attractive that no one will care to go out. Few teen-age hangouts, for example, can match the warm glow of an open fire. For the education of home- makers interested in enrich- ing their home, hence the life of their family, are the fol- lowing facts about fireplace anatomy: The most familiar part of the heat, coal dust or log splin- ters. The surface, on fire is built is the back hearth. The other visible parts of the fireplace are which the sides form the back, which chamber. The four remaining and fire parts are hidden. The damper, for example, is an adjustable valve plate controlling the en- tire length of the fireplace opening. Behind the damper is a horizontal surface called the smoke shelf, which shields the fire from downdrafts that cause smoking. the fireplace is the front hearth. This is the floor inj The smoke chamber is a front of the fireplace. Because'triangular area which con- of the intense heat and pun- ishment it must take, the front hearth demands a sur- facing material like ceramic tile, which is unaffected by nects the damper with the chimney flue. The chimney flue is the channel that car- ries smoke dis- charging it above the roof. just about as anything I've this sounds senseless as ever heard, but she insists it is correct and that if I didn't believe her I should write to Emily Post, which is just what I am doing. Answer: It is quite true that according to correct for- mal service, a dining table is never set with less than four places. This is merely be- Helen Rose keeps it simple enough for daytime but ready for a party with a seasonless surplice dress. The scoop neck- line drifts into a graceful cowl back. The wrapped front look is a slimming influence, and offers the opportunity to dis- play beautifully jeweled but- tons. A matching button can be placed in the center of the looped rosette on the grosgrain ribbon belt. Choose faille, sat- brocade shantung, light- weight wopl, linen or pique. From this size chart select the one size best for you. Rieckmann, Jr. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rieck-1 mann, Sr., route 1, Fremont. Miss Bolssen attended Hor-' tonville Union High school and is employed at Zwicker Knitting mill. Her fiance is a graduate of Washington High I school. New London, and is engaged in farming. No wedding date has been set. cause a balanced arrange- ment is most attractive. I agree this formality would bej senseless to exact by those) whose houses are not run' strictly according to formal! pattern. Use Bulletin Board Dear Mrs. Post: I received a lovely wedding present from the office staff. The boss was included. To whom should I write thank you? I hope not to each one. Answer: You suggest that there are many, in which case it would be permissible to write one note to include everyone '-and address it ei- ther to the office manager or your best friend in the office. He (or she) in turn will ei- ther post it on a bulletin board or hand it around. SPECIAL 735 With Haircut Regular THAT YOUNGER LOOK with Geeiien's STYLED PERMANENT WAVES GEENEftPS Hair Styling Salon I feel miserable with him and'will make every effort to Bait 33 34 35 Lenetb- as if I were caught in a net. My better sense tells me that we would never be happy to- gether for long." 23 10 34 24 35 16V 12 35 25 36 16 38" 28 39 17 NAPE TO NECK TO WAIST. Size 12 requires 15 yards of Realize that much of what 54 inch malenal for dress and please you if you are kind and gentle. Be patient with him. Of the the defensive. two, your handwriting indi- cates the stronger personality. you consider "difficult" is be- cause your boy friend feels on He has a fine character and an excellent mind but his light cramped letters indicate be used in her column. Miss Stafford welcomes let- ters from her readers. They cannot be acknowledged, but the most interesting ones will that he suffers acutely from self-consciousness which he tries his best to hide. Though shy, his signature is made with unusually tall capi- tals. He wants to appear self- assured and confident. Those who write as he does are inclined to be touchy and worrisome. What docs he wor- ry about? Probably most of all about what you think of him. i His inner fears and anxiet- Jies are reflected in his person- ality. That may be why he makes you "feel caught in a net." He doesn't know how to ,be suave, tactful, impressive. He may try to assert himself jby petty criticisms that make you feel you can never please him. Try to help him achieve (Copyright, 1959) a yard of 36 inch material for lining. To order Pattern No. 1390, state size, send For Pat- tern Book No. 15, send Address SPADEA, Box 535, G.P.O., Dept. A-13, New York 1, N. Y. If paid by check, bank requires 4c handling charge. (Copyright, 1959) of IDEAS in the big Spiegel Catalog COP? to! 4-7101 Portrait Christmas Cards Petite Pechman Portraits for Christmas Cards the dozen and up. Open Daily to Fridays to GEENEBPS A Small Deposit Will Hold Your Selection of Any Fur Until Christmas! MTOJLGIrTS TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Two Days Only TRUNK SHOWING COATS JACKETS STOLES SCARFS-CAPES Here For Two Days Only Direct From Our Factory's Showroom. Thousands of dollars worth of your favorite Furs Select Now and Save. 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