The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 10, 1961 · Page 6
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MR. AND MRS. ROBERT H. WOOTTEN (Beller Photo) B aid win-Wootten Rite Solemnized The Ottawa Church of the Bre- wool dresses and wrist corsage? thren was the setting for the marriage Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock of J. Angeline Baldwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Baldwin, Jr., 819 S. Main, and Robert H. Wootten, Bunker Hill, Ind., son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wootten, Orlando, Fla. Palms and baskets of white gladioli decorated the altar for the ceremony performed by Rev. Lee Spitzcr. Nuptial music was given by Mrs. George Royer, organist, and Mrs. A. H. North, who sang "I Love You Truly" and "The Lord's Prayer", Candles were lighted by the bride's nieces, Debra and Judy Baldwin. The bride wore a gown of pearly white silk faced peau de soie styled with an empire bodice, long tapered sleeves and a floor- length skirt formed of deeplaid inverted box pleats which swept hack to form a demi-cathedral train. Pearl-embroidered French Chantilly lace roses outlined the soft boat neckline and the. empire bodice, and tiny self-covere<i buttons formed the back bodice closing. A crown of scalloped petals held her tulle veil. Her heart-shaped bouquet was formed of red sweetheart roses centered with a while orchid. Mrs. Larry Clabaugh was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were another sister, Mrs. Leon Michel, Arkansas City, and * sister-in-law, Mrs. Homer Baldwin. Their red wool dreses were similar in style to the bride's gown. They carried white chrysanthemum nosegays. The candlelighters wore white Guest SI lows Film •s The M.P.M. Club program in ?irsl Methodist Church Monday was a film shown by a guest, Mr. Dean Zook. It presented some features of the National Music Camp, Intcrlochcn, Mich., a amp similar to tho Midwest Music Camp hold each summer on .he K.U. campus. In the film, Ihe camp orchestra performed Ferde Grofe's 'Grand Canyon Suite' as Grand Canyon scenes were pictured on Lhe screen. The camp was founded in 1028 by a native Kansan, Dr. Joseph E. Maddy. Maddy was born, in Wellington and is a well known music educator. Mrs. II. D. Spears presided at [he business session. Hostesses were Mrs. H. R. Williams and Miss Lola Sloan. Twenty-n i n e members were present. Guests at tending were Mrs. Earl Read, Mrs. Charles P. Knight, Mrs. Tom Powers, Mrs. Howard Mann, Mrs. Owen Fowler, Mrs. Mae Willhitc, Mrs. Melvin Booth and Miss Ethel Wheeler. PRINTED PATTERN .___ SIZES 4750 10-16 Birthday Open House The 90th birthday of Mr. W. A. McDaniel will be observed with an open house on Oct. 15, from 2 until 4 p.m., at his home in Michigan Valley. Friends a n d j sizes 10 12 14 lfi Size 12 j er . • _t_i : M _ _i J Wear them together or separately — this dashing (but easy- lo-sew) trio gives you lots of changes! Note how low neckline of jerkin reveals the blouse. Printed Pattern 4750: Teen of red chrysanthemums. The bride's nieces, Kathy and Bar bara Baldwin, who were flowe girls, carried baskets of white mums. Homer Baldwin, the bride's brother, acted as best man. Groomsmen were Leon Michel, Arkansas City, and John Jones, Melvern. They also ushered. The bride's mother chose a brown and beige nylon jersey dress with beige and brown accessories and while chrysanthemum corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a plum color two- piece crepe dress with black accessories and white chrysanthemum corsage. Palms and white gladioli decorated the fellowship room of the church for the reception. Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Gerhold, Mrs. Russell Wray and Mrs. John Allen. Mrs. Joanne Baldwin served the cake assisted by Jean Irwin of Flora, 111. Charity Stewart dipped punch. For going away the bride wore a black velveteen dress which she designed and made, a white fur hat and the white orchid corsage from her bridal bouquet. The couple went to the Ozarks for a honeymoon. After Oct. 30, Mr. and Mrs. Wootten will be at home in Kokomo, Ind. The bride was graduated from Ottawa High School with the class of 1959. She has been employed as I.B.M. operator for Phillips Petroleum Co., Kansas City. The groom was graduated from Boone High School, Orlando, Fla. He has been in the U.S. Air Force the past seven years. neighbors are invited. For the past several years Mr. McDaniel has lived at Cedar House Nursing Home in Ottawa but is now able to be at home. Planning the celebration are j his children and their husbands and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Glen McDaniel and Mr. and Mrs. Harold McDaniel, Lyndon; Mr, and Mrs. Nicholas Huclelson, Pomona, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Smith, St. Joseph, Mo. Field P.T.A. Given as part of the program for Eugene Field P.T.A. last evening was a skil by Mrs. Max Alderman's 4th grade concerning Ihe Community Book Fair to be held the week of Nov. 12-18. Mrs. Rosalie Osburn, county health nurse, showed a film on TB skin tesling of school children. B. Smith Haworth gave devotions, and Mrs. Bruce Fleming presided. Special vocal number were given by Janet, Linda and Glenda Moore, accompanied by Mrs. Willis Bennett. The hospitality committee served refreshments. kin, skirl take 1% yards 54-inch; blouse 1% yards 39-inch. Send Thirly-five cents in coins for this patlern—add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. . Send to Anne Adams, care of The Otlawa Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. FALL'S 100 BEST FASHIONS — separates, dresses, suits, ensembles, all sizes, all in our new Paltern Catalog in color. Sew for yourself, family. 35c. Socialettes Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crabb,.,Homewood, were the honor guests, their .niece, Mrs. Paul Evans of Hong Kong, Mr. Claude Hallenbeck and Mrs. Gene Resco, Keith and Claudia, Linwood; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crabb, Jerry, Donna and Marianne, Williamsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crabb, Dick, Jim and Jennifer, Gardner. Mrs. Evans is visiting in Homewood several days. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Gragg, Denver, Colo., and Charles Overman, New York City, are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Broyhill, 1220 S. Cedar. Mrs. Gragg and Mrs. Broyhill are sisters and Mr. Overman is their nephew. Mrs. J. W. Burkdoll, 115 W. llth, was among the 31 members of the Zigzag Club and guests who went by bus yesterday to Kansas City on a field trip. Eight towns were represented. It was planned to exchange ideas for Christmas gifts at the next meet ing on Nov. 13 with Mrs. John Sommer, Greeley. The Skilton Music Club will open the fall session with a dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Elliott hall tomorrow evening. Dorothy Glanville, daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Fred L. Glanville, is a 'big sister' to freshmen coeds at Kansas State University, Manhattan. A resident of Boyd hall, she is one of 36 upperclasswomen who are resident assistants this year. In addition to her RA work, Miss Glanville participates in Collegiate 4-H as co-recreational chairman; Home Economics Club as membership chairman, and All Women Student Association as a representative. Faith Chapter, Gold Star Mothers, held a short business meeting yesterday in Memorial Auditorium and heard reports on the national convention in Winona, Minn., by Mrs. L. B. Paine and Mrs. J. B. Lawson. ENGAGED - Rev. and Mrs. Lee F. Spitzcr, 109 W. 9th, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joan Marie, to A2-c Malverin Leroy Gould, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gould, 926 S. Locust. Miss Spitzcr graduated from Ottawa High School with the class of '61. She is in training at Bethany Hospital School of Nursing, Kansas City, Kas. Mr. Gould is in the Air Force, stationed at Forbes Air Force Base. SELF SERVICE DEPT. Small Boys' SHOES Two Pairs 5 00 PAINE'S BOOTERY Attention Newlyweds 3 Rooms Fashion Furniture Living Room, Bedroom, Kitchen only *389 N °o± ey $5.00 Weekly Ihe Friendly Store Doable Shower A double bridal shower was given Friday night in the basement of the Free Methodist Church honoring two sisters recently married. The honor guests were Mrs. Wayne James, the former Joan Mealman, and Mrs. Gary Hoopes, formerly Peggy Nordyke. The party was given by the Sunday School. Mrs. Lela Williamson and Mrs. Alice Humberd were in charge of decorations ami arrangements. A yellow color scheme was curried out in decorations and refreshments. Thirty were present. Jacob Family Has Reunion The 15th family reunion of the descendants of the late Carl August Jacob was Sunday at Mears park. After a basket dinner at noon the time was spent visiting and taking pictures. Two original poems, "Kansas" and "Covered Wagons," by. Mrs. Bessie Jacob, Santa Barbara, Calif., were read by Mrs. Harry S. Fisher. Officers were elected at a business session conducted by Mrs. Marion McConnell, They are Laurence Jacob, president; Carl A. Jacob, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., first vice president; Mrs. Pearl Gentry, Independence, Mo., second vice president; Mrs. Alfred J. Harrison, secretary-treasurer. Plans were made for the next reunion in Ihe same place on Aug. 19, 1962. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacob, Estes Park, Colo.: Mr. and Mrs. John Gentry and family, Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Pearl Gentry, Independence, Mo.; Mr. John Jacob, Kansas City, Kas.; Mrs. Richard Fisher, Ricky, Diana and Edna, Thayer; Mrs. Laurence Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Coffman, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lytle. Billy and Jane Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Marion McConncll and Norman, Wellsville; Mrs. Martha Coffman, Rantoul; Mrs. Bessie Godsey and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reeder, Baldwin; Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Jacob and family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jacob and sons, Mrs. Ruby Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Harrison. THE OTTAWA HERALB Tuesday, October 10, 1981 MRS. JULIUS RAFFEWCK Install A President On Wednesday evening in Liberal, Mrs. Julius Kaffelock will be installed as president of the Rebckah Assembly of Kansas. The Grand Lodge, I.O.O.F. of Kansas and the Rebckah Assembly will hold a joint installation. The installation is one of the events in the sessions this work of the Grand Lodge and the Assembly and affiliate organizations. It will be the 103rd annual session for the Odd Fellows and Ihe 73rd annual session for the Rebekah Assembly. Hearing Expert Due In Ottawa Sonotone's hearing specialist, Harry Hilderman of Topeka, will be in Ottawa to give free exam-, inations and counsel on hearing problems Thursday. October 12th. Any of your friendsh or family who have a hearing problem are welcome to consult Mr. Hilderman, free of charge and to gef an audiomelric test and "picture" of their hearing. Investigale, too, the new Sono- I lone "ear level hearing aid." This Sonolone is worn entirely at the ears easily, comfortably and inconspicuously. With nothing on Ihe body, "clothes rubbing noises" are eliminated. It is so light and comfortable Ihe wearer will forget he is wearing it in just a few minutes. It will delight the ears and eyes of many who have been waiting for a hearing aid. 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