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 - OfS Chapters Honor Grand Conductress Mrs. Heer...
OfS Chapters Honor Grand Conductress Mrs. Heer A reception and banquet Sat- rday honored Mrs. Raymond Jean) Heer, grand conductress >f Grand Chapter of Kansas, )rder of the Eastern Star. Some 300 members and other riends joined in the festivities. The banquet at Downing's was attended by 218 OES members .representing 76 diapers. It had as its theme "Our Jeanie." Table decorations were fash- oned of tall fluorescent pink, cryst-1-crazed bottles with a genie doll appearing in a simu- ated cloud of smoke. Individual avors were miniature scrolls and batons. Pink programs, placecards and nutcups were rimmed with silver "twinkle star." An elaborate center arrangement at the main table was designed to represent a "magic ;enie." Pink and white carnations on a crystal tray encircled the base. Mrs. John Wilcox made the doll clothes and satin nllow used in the centerpiece. Responsible for the decorations were Mmes. J. W. Patterson, Warren L. Fouse, Vern Towns and Richard Parks. Banquet and reception invocations were given by the Rev. Leonard A. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Orie Dunn, worthy patron and worthy matron, extended a welcome and introduced honored guests. Dwayne Kelley played organ dinner music during the banquet. Fellowship Hall, First United Methodist Church, was setting for reception. Garden City Assembly of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls presented the Bible. Eight girls were robed in white with rainbow baldrics. They are Debbie Stevens, Ruth Hart, Janis Kinney, Betsy Burden, Louise Spinks, Roxie Crouch, Jill Crook, and Debbie Gilger. Grand officers who were introduced are: Ruth M. Caldwell, Chanute, Worthy Grand Matron; James M. Hoggard, Kansas City, Worthy Grand Patron; Darlene Mack, Linn, Johnson Photo Servlra FINNEY COUNTY Worthy Patron Orie Dunn, left, and Mrs. Dunn, worthy matron, right, preside for the banquet and reception which honors Mrs. Raymond Heer, second from left. Ruth M. Galdvvell, Chanute, worthy grand matron, center, and James M. Hoggard, Kansas City, worthy grand patron, Join in the ceremonies. ame JUSTIN CHANDLER is the name selected by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Folger, 1405 E. Chestnut, for their son born May 13. ROBERTA JANE is the name given their daughter by Mr. and Mrs. John Vigil, 1205 Hattie. She was bom May 10. DARRIN DAN is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Dan Crist, Ingalls, for their son bom May 9. in Choose Soft Margarine For Convenience Sake Do you choose whipped, liquid, regular, or imitation margarine at the grocery store? Whipped and soft margarines are convenient but they cost more than regular margarine for two reasons. Soft margarine contains more of the costly liquid oils than the regular margarine. Whipped margarines are fluffed with injections of an inert gas making it necessary to use larger amounts of whipped margarine when you cook. It contains less fat per cup. For the extra cost, you do get convenience in ease of spreading. It might be worthwhile to you to consider buying regular for cooking and soft margarine for spreading. associate grand matron: Owen E. Hodgson, Salina, associate grand patron; Clara M. Herdlicka, Topeka, grand secretary; the honoree, Mrs. Heer, grand conductress; Bonnie Walton, Neodcsha, grand chaplain; Katherine Munger, Chanute, grand marshal; Loren L. Burnett, Leavenworth, grand organist; Elizabeth Griffin, Plain ville, grand Adah; Ruth M. Markle, Lyons, grand Ruth; Lenice Wright, Kansas City, grand Martha; Zeneta Hays, Atchinson, grand warder, and Marvin E. Van Vleck, Topeka, grand sentinel; Daisy Force, Arkansas City, Elsie Van Blaricum, Minneola, Lucy Geckeler, Independence, Elnita Jezek, Holyrood, and Katherine Webb, Pratt, past grand matrons; Martin H. Potter, Preston, and Douglas Crotty Sr., Garden City, past grand patrons. Other guests presented include grand committee members Amaretta Wright, Eudora, grand press correspondent; Frank Chaffin, Topeka; Mrs. Judith P. Withers, Sharon Springs; Merle E. Wilson, Independence; Albert W. Dietrich, Ellis; Grand representatives Ruby Williams, Manhattan; Billie J Smith, Wilmore; Maxine L. Calvert, Wellington; Clara Barta, Salina; Marquerite B. Moffitt, Arkansas City; Madge A. Smith, Osborne; Gladys Nease, Hugoton; Weta Duff, Asherville; Winifred Branson and Tillie Redmon, Ellinwood; Rose Spicer, Hazelton; Helen Wells, Sublette; Veta Miller, Hutchinson and Vertha Estes Macks ville; District aides Vila Ruth, Johnson; Mary Alice Steever, Goodland; Bonnie J. Merrill, Spearville; Dorothy Tuckwood, Stafford; Amy L. Rogers Toronto; Lois Crow, Sun City; Helen Metzger, Wilmore; Ellen M. Kurz, Kendall, and Irene L. Bottorff, Harper. Also introduced were 25 visit ing worthy matrons and worthy patrons, and 13 grand husbands and grand wives. Other distinguished guests in elude: Mrs. Wilbur Fulton, Syracuse, district deputy of District Three for Internationa Order of the Rainbow for Girls Roxie Ann Crouch, Garden City, grand service, Lou Ann Metheney, Garden City, grand representative, International Order of the Rainbow; Mrs. Beth Tedrow, Garden City, mother advisor Garden City assembly No. 31; Mrs. Warren Brown, Hutchinson, supreme worthy second vice-president o the Social Order of the World Mrs. Keith Miller, Garden City, president of the Social Order of Beauceant, Garden City; Roy Gingerich, Kendall, district deputy of District No. 16, Royal Arch Masons of Kan as; Mr, Crotty, commander f Garden City Commandery . 50; Raymond Heer, Garlen City, master of Tyrian ,odge No. 246, and Owen E. lodgson, past grand master of he Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Kansas. Worthy Grand Matron Mrs. aldwell and Worthy Grand Patron, Mr. Hoggard were hen- red with a formation by officers of the chapter. The officers carried sheaves of "friendship and love." Mrs. Vivian Kelley sang "My od and I." She was accom- >anied by Mrs. Frank Dailey. lonorary membersiip certificates in Finney Chapter and monetary gifts were given to he worthy grand matron and worthy grand patron. Mrs. Caldwell's message dwelt on the word "love." Mr. Hoggard spoke of "enthusiastic and vital living." A ceremony, "Our Jeanie and Prepared Plans," was offered in Mrs. Heer's honor. Her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mike Heer, Manhattan, sang "It Took a Miracle," and "Charity." The grand conductress was escorted to the east, by Mrs. Ross Blackford, beneath an arch formed by chapter offi cers holding aloft "twinkling star wands." Mmes. J. E. Greathouse, Douglas Tedrow, Mr. Crotty and Wan-en Fouse placed the pages of prepared plans in a large book, which was given to Mrs. Heer. Mrs. Kelley, Mrs. Harold Col lier and Mrs. Urlin McCartney proffered gifts from the chap <ter, officers and other mem. bers, and from Past Matron's Club. Chapter-room decorations, vhich featured a large painting >y Mr. Tedrow, were planned >y Mrs. Kenneth Mutter, Mrs. Douglas Crotty Sr.. Mrs. Black- ord, Mrs. Leo Solze and Mrs. LeRoy Vannaman. Mrs. Heer expressed her appreciation to the chapter for he grand reception and thanked all grand officers for their oyal support. She told of her pleasure in the close associa- ions they have with- people over the state of Kansas and grand jurisdictions. Mrs. Heer ;hen introduced her family- Mr. Heer; their daughter, Mrs. Paul Sheairer, Mr. Shearer and Pamala, of Mullinville, and their son, Mike, and Mrs. Heer, Manhattan. After a response by Mr. Van Vleck, a standing ovation was extended to Mrs. Heer. Don Heinrich, accompanied by Mrs. Dailey, sang "The Lord's Prayer," as a benediction. Refreshments in the reception hall were compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heer and Finney Chapter. They were served from a tea table, covered with white net over pink cloth, and the banquet centerpiece. Reception arrangements were made by Mmes. Collier, Tedrow, McCartney, John Wilcox, L. C. Crouch, Carl Heinrich, Raymond Roth, John Metheney, E. J. Lombard, Hubert Piland and Coy Farrell. , At the guest books and gift tables were Mmes. Farrell, Virgil Scheuerman, Frank Staley, and Charley Staley. The chapter was host to 30 overnight guests for breakfast Sunday morning at Garden City Community Junior College cafeteria. Ladies & Gentlemen! In 1925 Enrico Caruso thrilled the world with his massive tenor voice . . . and also this real wholesome girl, quite by accident invented the strip-tease! 1925 the period that ended with the declaration— "TAKE IT OFF!!!" This movie brings back the atmosphere and the spirit of vaudeville and burlesque, exuberant, irreverent and delightfully corny, it is rated M Stars Jason Robards a* top banana, Britt Ekland, Norman Wisdon, and Forrest Tucker and gals of all shapes and sizes! Starts Sunday 2:00 3:39 5:32 7:35 9:35 week days . •%&!$ I •I 't

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  1. Garden City Telegram,
  2. 17 May 1969, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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