Ottawa Club To Host B&PW District Fall Conference TOLMA ROSE ELVA BOWMAN Ottawa B. & P.W. Club headed by Mrs. Arthur Jones will host the fall conference of 2nd District Sunday in Masonic temple. The theme carried out will be "Our Treasure Chest." Elva Bowman, 2nd district di rector, will preside. A feature ol the meeting will be a talk, "Gold Dust", by Wilma Rose, first vice president of the State Federation The meeting starts with registration and coffee between 8:3( and 9:30 p.m. The general as sembly will be at 9:30 p.m., fol lowed by a worship service. Sev eral clubs will participate in the morning and afternoon programs Representatives are expectec from the 10 other clubs in 2nc district as well as members of the Ottawa club. A number of state officers plan to be present. PRINTED PATTERN First Baptist W.M.S. Meets | i The main program feature for j First Baptist W.M.S. meeting yesterday in Elliott hall was a panel discussion of the topic, "Wing My Words". It was led by Mrs. A. K. Rader, assisted by Mrs. Glen Moon, Mrs. Frank Pflug, Mrs. Ned Crawford and Mrs. James Grogan. The speaker pointed out the opportunities for personal witness of Christians wherever they are — at home, at school, at work and during leisure activities. Mrs. George Grecr presided. Mrs. Virgil Thomas gave the devotional topic "Ways to Witness". She used the 37th Psalm as a basis for her medi tation. Mrs. C. W. Henning gave the love gift dedication. At the close, there was a social hour during which tea was served by the Eleanor Stimson circle with Mrs. Tom Dillen in charge. Mrs. Frank Pflug pour ed. Mrs. Jesse Harper, Kingman and Mrs. John Jenks, Fon du lac, Wis., were guests. Fifty members attended. Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoopes, :IFD 2, who were married Oct. 2, 1907, observed their 54th wedding anniversary Sunday at .heir home seven miles northwest of Ottawa where they have lived since April 10, 1919. Guests were Mrs. Jennie Ottaway, who baked the anniversary cake, Mrs. Sallie Beachanan, Mr. Dean Hoopes and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Storrer. Mr. Hoopes, of the home, and Mrs. Storrer, Richter, a teacher in the Quencmo primary grades, were the only ones of the couple's four children who could be present. Not present were the two daughters, Mrs. C. W. Groome, Parsons, a laboratory technician and clerk at St. Joseph's Hospital. Parsons, and Mrs. Richard Lancaster, Topeka. A.C.E. Meets Mrs. A. F. Ponton presided at the meeting of Association for Childhood Education meeting in Lincoln School last evening. Mrs. Anton Strafuss gave 'Gleanings' from the International magazine. Announcement was made of the state A.C.E. meeting to be in Wichita Saturday. Following the meeting a workshop was held to make scrapbooks for the children's department of Ransom Memorial Hospital. Hostesses were Mrs. R. L. Pinet, Miss Eleanor Lloyd, Miss Nancy Lollar, Nora Huston and Zena Ponton. 85th Anniversary For OES Chapter 4725 S-14-16 M-18-20 Club Forecast WSCS Meets FrlO«r THE SENIOR CLUB ROYAL NEIGHBORS Mrs. G. F. Eversmeyer and Mrs. Ralph Doman presented the Union Chapel W.S.C.S. lesson topic, "Our Greatest Mission Field", yesterday. Mrs. J. E. Thornton presided. Plans were made for a chicken-noodle supper on Nov. 9. Mrs. R. J. Hoffman was hostess, with Mrs. D. R. Willhite assistant. Nineteen members and three children attended. Use a 100-pound feedbag or a gay remnant to make this handy kitchen helper! It's sew - easy (see diagram) — your best friend at clean-up time. Send now! Printed Pattern 4725: Misses' Sizes Small (14, 16); Medium (19, 20). All sizes: 100 - pound feedbag or \% yards 39-inch. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of T h e Ottawa Herald. The 85th anniversary of the founding of Union Chapter No. 15, Order of the Eastern Star, was observed at a meeting of the chapter at Masonic Temple last night. Mrs. Nancy Lamb, worthy matron, presided. Also honored were 25-year members of the order and past matrons and past patrons. Mrs. Lamb, with the assistance of the officers representing the points of the star, re-enacted some of the ceremonies of the chapter as defined in the early manual of the order, in use in 1876, the year Union Chapter was founded. Mrs. Lamb and Mrs. Eugene Harford sang opening and closing songs used by the chapter in the early years of its history. They were accompanied by Mrs. James Kilgore, organist. Mrs. Myron Steere read a history of the early events in the life of the organization, the history having been prepared by Mrs. C. Raymond Smith from the secretary's record books of the year 1876. Lamar Phillips gave a review of local, state and national news taken from the files of the Ottawa Republican of 1876. Union Chapter, founded in the Centennial year marking the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, held its early meetings in the Ottawa Odd Fellows hall, a building at 2nd and Main Streets. The building was used in the early days of Ottawa by numerous groups and for a variety of gatherings. The building had been moved to Ottawa from the town of Min neola, near Centropolis, where il lodge and its related organizations. In the early part of the century the Masonic groups moved their meeting place to Zellner Hall, now the Haley building on the same Main Street intersection, where meetings were held until the construction of the present Masonic Temple in 1927. Officers of the chapter wore centennial dress for last night's meeting. Receiving 25-year pins were Mrs. Mary Belle Chappell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cartzdafner and Chalmers Clark, Ottawa, and Mrs. Howard S. C. Kincaid, Sterling. Present were 12 past matrons and 14 past patrons. Among the past matrons honored was Mrs Vlarguerite Webster, the only Union Chapter member ever ap- Minted as an officer of the General Grand Chapter. Mrs. Webster is Worthy Grand Esther of :he General Grand Chapter and also a past grand matron of the Grand Chapter of Kansas. Past matrons and past patrons were asked to introduce themselves, giving the year they served and the chapter which they served. Refreshments were served from a table decorated with a lace table cloth, autumn flowers and white tapers. Mrs. Harold Bundy poured coffee. The table was decorated by Mrs. Roy Donart. Mrs. T. K. Keelin and Mrs. Kenneth Keelin formed the refreshment committee. About 50 were present. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday,. October 5, 1901 Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., | had been used as the first state New York, 11, N. Y., Print plainly j capitol for a very brief time. La NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE,! ter j, he rame buildi "S SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. < n>oved FALL'S 100 BEST FASHIONS —separates, dresses, suits, ensembles, all sizes, all in our new Pattern Catalog in color. Sew for yourself, family. 35c. the alley east of 1 corner of 2nd and Main to make way for the construction of the present Peoples National Ban! building, constructed in 1879. The top floor of the bank building was dedicated to the Masonic Music Club Nancy Fleming entertained the third grade girls' Music Club Wednesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fleming. Members played piano solos. Mrs. R. L. Stevens, club sponsor, announced club plans. Mrs Fleming and Nancy served refreshments to the nine members and 14 guests present. Susan Minnick will entertain the club on Nov. 1. First Methodist W.S.C.S. 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