THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October 9, 1961 (vases of the same pink mums were favors. One hundred twenty • five members from the district attended. Other out-of-town guests not mentioned were Virginia W i 1- Hams, Newton, state history chairman, and Mrs. Frances McDaniel, Neodesha. •Miss Lucile Prunty was general conference chairman. Other committee chairmen included Miss Ethyle Welton, breakfast; Mrs. G. C. Hammons, hostess; Mrs. Delbert Campbell, table decorations; Mrs. Ethel Seymour, program and booklets, and Mrs. Ivan Jones, registration. It was announced Ihe spring luncheon will be in Tola the last Sunday in April. trd Kaiser, Palm Springs, Calif., are visiting for a few days with their aunt, Miss Clara Kaiser, and brother, Fred Kaiser, and Mrs. Kaiser. The Baby tins Been Named The daughter born Oct. fi, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stromgren, Solomon, has been named Rebecca Ann. She weighed 8 lb., 2^ oz. Grandparents are Mr. artd Mrs. Harvey Reeder, 413 Willow; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stromgren, Osage City. At Greeley: The son born Sept. 25- to Mr. and Mrs. Don Bach has been named Gary Dean. The son born Sept. 21, to Air and Mrs. Gene Hermreck has been named Alvin Ray. The daughter born Oct. 1, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles McAfee has been named Betty Kay. At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The daughter born Oct. 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Charles Bond, Baldwin, has been named Sheryl Allison. She weighed 9 lb. The daughter born Oct. 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gervais, 526 S. Poplar, has been named Judy Marie. She weighed 4 lb., 14»/ 2 oz. The daughter born Oct. 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Morris Sheldon, 904 S. Cedar, has bee a named Amy Elizabeth. She weighed 8 lb., 10 oz. ' CHRISTIAN BROS. Linoleum -Tile Ceramic « Formica Floor Sanding 317 Hickory CH 2-2285 PRESIDENT'S PARADE — President of 11 B & P.W. Clubs in second district were present for Fall Conference in Ottawa yesterday. They are (back row, from left) Margaret Brinkman, Humboldt; Margaret Stafford, Moran; Nora Zentner, Garnett; Hecn Maloney, Osawatomic; Eva Ammon, lola; Zelma Wood, Paola; Bonnie England, Pleasanton. Front (from left) Leona (Mrs. Arthur) Jones, Ottawa; Loris Schubert, Ft. Scott: Viola Jasper, Burlington, and Alma Abbott, Yaics Center. (Herald Photos by Lois Smith) Socialettes Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hancock and daughters, Mrs. Zelma Jones and Mrs. Alta Lee Hayslip, Kansas City, visited relatives in Boulder, Colo., over the weekend They attended the Golden Wedding anniversary of a cousin while in Boulder, The Marcia Cudworth W.N.S. ] Circle of First Baptist Church | will have a program of slides | Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Elliott; hall. They will be shown by Mrs. Emory McKenzie and will include cathedrals and other highlights of the family trip to England, Scotland and Denmark- last summer. Dr. and Mrs. Max E. Kaiser, Los Angeles, Calif., and Mr. Rich- TREASURE THEME — Examining » treasure ship among fable decorations at K. and P. W. Clubs' Fall Conference luncheon in Ottawa yesterday are (from left) Wilma Rose, Newton, stale first vice-president; Ruth Niemeir, Ft. Scott, stale public relations chairman; Lucile Prunty, Ottawa, confcrorfce chairman and past president of (he Ottawa club, and Elva Bowman, lola, district director. Ottawa B&PW Club Hosts District Fall Conference sion was Tom Campbell, accompanied by Mrs. Paul Shipps. Nancy Lollar led the group singing. The Humboldt club gave a "Loan and Scholarship" skit; the lola club a "Career Advancement" skit, and the Garnett club gave one on "Membership." Other clubs participating in a forenoon program were Pleasanton, Burlington, Ottawa and Moran. An explanation of the National Foundation was given by Ruth Niemeir, state public relations chairman, by Ruth Harper, state membership chairman, and by Lola Redington, state finance chairman. There were workshops for members and a meeting of club presidents. Following the luncheon, Mrs. Arthur Jones, president of the Ottawa club, welcomed the guests, and Zelma Wood, Paola club president, responded. A "Treasure Chest" theme was carried out in program and table decorations. Also decorating the table were large bowls of pink chrysanthemums. Ceramic The ELLESMEREj New Vi»U TV Series 232-C-46-M 23" tub* (overall diafl.) 2*2 square-inch picture Picture Pleasure • Super-Powerful "New Vista" Tuner • 23" (overall diag.) Full-Picture Tube • 22,500 volt chassis (design average) $339.95 less trade CRITES Appliance Center 419 S. Main The highlight of the 2nd District Ftf Conference of Business and Professional Women's Clubs in Ottawa yesterday was an afternoon address by Wilma Rose of Newton, stale first vice president of Ihe Kansas Federation of B. & P.W. Clubs. She discussed the 3-D's in a picture of democracy as related to career women. She gave the three as height or career advancement, breadth or civi$ responsibility and participation and depth or Christian freedom. "Women's advancement on high - level positions is of keen interest not only to women workers but also to educators, women's organizations and those concerned with the nation's future man-power needs," Miss Rose told the women. She said 22 million women are at work in the United States. Half of them married, they hold al- NOW SHOWING Box office opens 7:00 p.m. Feature at 8:00 p.m. only These are the joung doctors with j no FREDRIC MARCH! masks BENGAZZARA I to hide DICK CLARK I behind) WABAUN ' nmB EDDIE ALBERT CARTOON NEWS most one-third of all the jobs in the country. At least nine out of every 10 women are likely to work in the course of their lives. The speaker pointed out the necessity of education on all age levels, saying, "The failure to educate beyond youth and beyond the classroom can become our most dangerous weakness." She stated the first purpose of education, is to enable the individual to know what to do with his time, in terms of skills and interests; the second is to enable him to understand the world around him and make his own contribution to the general welfare. "Being 'educated' today, in terms of the larger needs, means preparation for world citizenship," she said. "In short, education for survival." Concerning the breadth of democracy, Miss Rose pointed out that civic responsibility entails participation in community activities. However, it does not end there. She said that, today, the most important grouping of all has become a reality. The entire world has, at last, become a single geographic unit. In connection with the third dimension, depth, Miss Rose deplored the trend to complacency in our country and the general acceptance of freedom as our right. She quoted Sam Rayburn, speaker of the House of Representatives as saying: "The Chris-i tian civilization we know and; love stands in more mortal dan- j ger today than at any time in' history." ] Miss Rose gave as four short '• words to think about: work, save, '' vote, pray. "It takes things like that to keep freedom solvent, Miss Rose said, "and America needs 170 million people in the ad." Elva E. Bowman of lola, second district director, presided. Registration and a stand-up breakfast began at 8:30 a.m. Opening numbers at 9:30 a.m. were the collect repeated in unison, led ; by Ileen Maloney, Osawatomie,! and the flag salute, led by Eliza-! beth Linde, Yates Center. ' Rev. Leopold Hoppe gave a : sermonette for the morning worship service. Guest soloist for both morning and afternoon ses- Columbus Day Wednesday - October 12 Ottawa Roller Rink Public Sessions Wed. and Fri.. 7:30 to 10:00 Sat. nights, 8:00 to 11:00 Private Panics Mon., Tues.. and Thurs. 2nd and Main CH 2-9704 TONIGHT and TUESDAY A grand fun filled comedy of marital misadventures with the finest cast of the year. CARY GRANT DEBORAH KERR ROBERT MITCHUM JEAN SIMMONS THE GRASS IS GREENER? Your Savings Earn Our Current Dividend Of Interest To ... WOMEN Who Need a Job! Positions are NOW available in OTTAWA INDUSTRIES Women are needed immediately to train as SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS Permanent Positions Fringe Benefits Good Working Conditions Register Now for These Jobs with Kansas Employment Office I 17 East 2nd, Ottawa, Kansas This is sponsored by Ottawa Industrial Development Inc. 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