The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 6, 1961 · Page 5
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, October 6, 1901 Delegates Report On Convention Members of Ottawa Assembly No. 136, Social Order of the Beau- cicant, heard reports last night from the 4lst annual supreme assembly held last week in San Diego, Calif. Mrs. J. Ray Waddell presided and gave her report. Mrs. Carlos J. Pence gave a report on the Knights Templar Eye Foundation as Area No. 7 chairman of Kansas. Mrs. James L. Lee of Calveston, Tex., was elected supreme worthy president for the 42nd session. Mrs. Lee will make her inspection oL the Ottawa Assembly in the early spring. The delegation from Ottawa included Mrs. Waddell, worthy president; Mrs. R. Lee -Finch, first vice president, and Mrs. Pence, a past president. They were accompanied by their husbands. The Ottawa group held open house on Thursday evening with more than 100 Beauceant members and Sir Knights attending. Coffee and cookies were served. . Refreshments were served at the meeting last evening in Masonic temple by Mrs. G. W. Ponton and Mrs. Howard Duncan. Socialettes The Pomona Stitch and Chatter club elected officers at the meeting Wednesday evening with Mrs. Nels Kristenson. Reports were given on a recent rummage gale. It was announced that roll call for the Nov. 1 meeting will be Christmas wants. Mrs. Harve Whitlatch, a guest, 18 members and one child attended. Daughters Club of Centrupolis went to Mrs Donald Woodsum's home for a luncheon meeting yesterday. Members observed Mrs. Harold Simmons' birthday. Plans were made to meet with Mrs. Porter Turner on Nov. 2. Twelve attended. Wycoff Community club was entertained yesterday by Mrs. Arthur Harris, with Mrs. Harry Pahlman assisting. Mrs. Lawrence Lundstedt gave devotions and won a contest prize. Visitors were Mrs. F. C. Drake, Ottawa, and Mrs. Albert Tucker, Monte- ruma. Merry-Go-Round club received 85 cents in a penny drill yesterday at Mrs. Leo Kirkwood's home. Mrs. Harold Crockett was in charge of games. Mrs. Neal Sayler and Mrs. Crockett received prizes in games. Refreshments were served to the 10 members attending Mrs. Earl Sink received a gift as hostess of Baxter Social Hour club yesterday. Mrs. Don Waymire was in charge of business and Mrs. H. E. DeVore directed recreation. There were refreshments at the close. Twenty members and seven children were present. Mrs. Glenn Jackso, 318 E. 4th, has returned home after 1 a two-month visit in Arizona and California with relatives. THE BOBBYSOXER of (he '40's, limited in choice of fashions and hair-styling, fell back on Dad's sweater, the old reliable pleated skirt and k make-shift hairdo, reports Seventeen magazine, which observed its 17th birthday in September. Important accessories were scuffed saddle shoes and rolled down bobby sox. THE 1960 TEEN wears a long, long sweater, too-but hers is neatly elongated, unlike the sloppy style of her bobbysoxer predecessor. Modern Susie chooses sleek cabled hose, shiny patent leather shoes, and tops her teen-styled harido with a neat, modern version of the beanie. (Photos by Seventeen) Dutch Theme For Foreign Dinner Eighty-five women attended the annual Foriesn Dinner served last evening by Miriam group of First Christian Church C.W.F. It was in the church annex. A Dutch theme was carried out in decorations and menu. The tables were decorated with ceramic windmills of Holland, Dutch figurines and wooden shoes. The menus and program booklets had blue windmill covers. At each place was a miniature ceramic favor in the form of a wooden shoe containing a sprig of colorful Joseph's coat. Mrs. Norman Rogers, chairman of the group, welcomed the guests and gave the invocation. Following the dinner, Mrs. Irene Mangum gave devotions. Entertainment included a mock fashion show and a program of slides by Mrs. Tony Van Leiden. The pictures were taken on a visit a few years ago to Mr. Van Leiden's native home of Holland, Included were pictures of his parents now visiting at the son's home in Ottawa. Mrs. Ray Talbott headed the decorations and favors committee. Assisting her were Mrs. Dale Brown, Mrs Richard Blanton, Mrs. Boy Cooper and Mrs. Bill , Wheeler. Mrs. Rex Crane made 1 a large chalk drawing on a blackboard wall. Mrs. Vincent Skidmore made the white caps worn by members. The kitchen committee included Mrs. Ray Talbott, Mrs. Charles Talbott and Mrs. Bill Wheeler. On the serving committee were Mrs. Skidmore, Mrs.. Ray Smith, Mrs. Kenneth Suffron, Mrs. Crane, Mrs. Howard Doyen, Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Blanton. On the ticket committee were Mrs. Suffron, Mrs. Irene Mangum, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Doyen and Mrs. Mary Cochrane. Initiate Members Eagles Auxiliary initiated three new members last evening. They are Mrs. Max Scott, Mrs. Bob Wilson and Mrs. Nema McGuire. Giving reports on the recent district meeting at Manhattan were the seven members who attended, Mrs. Jim March, Mrs. Pat Maloney, Mrs. Ernest Sink, Mrs. Bob McDaniel, Mrs. Hayward Brill, Mrs. Roy Dixon and Mrs. Clarence Crandal, now of Manhattan. There were 22 members present. Vacation Trip Mrs. Rose Campbell has returned home after a 7-week visit with her children in the east. She first visited a friend in Dayton, Ohio, j then went to Washington, D. C. j to visit her son, G. W. Campbell, Sand.family, for a week. All went to Virginia Beach for the Labor Day weekend. Next, Mrs. Campbell spent three weeks at Newport News, Va., at the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Maj. and Mrs. Alex Showalter. The three spent a weekend at Nagshead Beach, N. C., the site of the Wright Memorial commemorating the first plane flight of the Wright broth- ers. Side trips were to Richmond, Williamsburg and Yorkstown and a number of other points of interest. For the final week, Mrs. Campbell returned to Washington, D. C., Wore coming home. Ann Landers I'll Be Glad To Answer Her ANN Dear Ann Landers: I'm a normal boy of 17 who would like to take out a girl. I'm not sweet on any special chick but there are several cute ones at school I'd like to ask for a date. The problem is my mother. She says a boy 17 (I'll be 18 in December) should not be thinking about girls, and if she catches me talking to a girl on the phone or sitting in a girl's house after school, she'll knock my block off. Mom checks on me whenever I say I'm going over to a guy's bouse. She calls up there to ask me some dumb question. When I tell her I'm going to the lib r a r y aftei school I find her sitting there "accidentally." The guys a 11 know about this and the ribbing is murder. Can you give me some help with my problem?—TAILED Dear Tailed: It's your mother who has the real problem. A boy almost 18 who wants to datr should be allowed to do so. Mothers who are too possessive some times need professional help. Show her this column and if she has any questions she'd like to ask me I'd be happy to oblige. Dear Ann Landers: Why would a man profess his undying devotion to a woman, promise her marriage "when he is financially able" and at the same time buy her terribly expensive gifts see her only on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, never introduce her to his business associates or friends, and ask her not to phone him at home because his mother is very nervous and the telephone bothers her. I worship this man and because of him I have cut myself off from all other male contacts for the last three years. These questions plague me. Can you provide answers?-BLIND LOVE Dear Blind: 1 can't provide answers, but I can hazard a guess or two. This man is very much married and his "mother" who can't stand to hear the telephone ring is really his wife. Or—he is a mama's boy and is actually afraid to let his mother know he's interested in a woman. In either case, the relationship doesn't stand the chance of i snowflake in New Orleans. Knock it off. Work Meeting Ladies Aid of the Church of the Brethren held an all-day meeting yesterdav at the church. Mrs. George Royer was hostess for the potluck dinner at noon. Work was done on comforters for relief. Mrs. Roy Gerhard conducted a business session and Mrs. Lee Spitzer gave devotions. Fourteen attended. Layette Shoiver A layette shower was given last evening for Mrs. Bob Schouten, 709 N. Poplar, for her baby daughter, Leslie Ann. Mrs. Schouten's mother, Mrs. Leslie Robinnet, sat in for her at the Schouten home. Twelve attended. The gifts were placed in a bassinet decorated with a stork. Hostesses were Mrs. Bob Brockus and Mrs. John Dryden. Fall Special Desert Flower Hand & Body LOTION Regular $2.00 Size $1.00 plus tax PHARMACY Opp. Courthouse CH 2-3024 Carl Snyder, R.Ph. 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