The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 11, 1961 · Page 6
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TIIE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, October 11, ISiGt Receive Visit Of State Commander Ottawa Army Mothers Post No. 4 served a covered dish luncheon yesterday in Memorial auditorium honoring the state commander. Mrs. Ruth Carr, Wellington. She was presented a monetary gift arranged with red roses as a corsage. Accompanying 3\Irs. Carr from Wellington was Mrs. Leta Gathers, state adjutant. Mrs. Gertrude • Bloomquist of Topeka, a council worn an, was another out- of-town guest. Other present and past officials present included Ottawans Mrs. Leland Monroe, state first vice commander; Mrs. B. G. Otto, state organizer and national ban- ner bearer, and Mrs. F. A. Doman, past state commander and past national commander. Mrs. Leland Monroe and Mrs. Albert Caleb decorated the tables with copper colored compotes holding autumn fruits and flowers, and sunflower cutouts. During a business session, it was voted to. send a $10 coupon book to the Wichita V.A. Hospital. Thirty-two attended. Serving on the kitchen commit ee were Mrs. Chester Bechtle, Mrs. 0. L. Rathjen, Mrs. Ray Harper, Mrs. Floyd McCullough. Mrs. Loyd Murray and Mrs. Ernest Young. Fashion Problems For First Ladies By FRANCES LEWINE WASHINGTON (AP) - Mollie Parnis, who designed clothes for two former first ladies, thinks Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy "ought 1o be able to wear what she wants"—including slacks, scarves and French fashions. Now jokingly known among her New York fashion colleagues as "the out-of-season White House designer," Miss Parnis takes a sympathetic view of first ladies' fashion problems. They have plenty of them, she reports. Miss Parnis rales Mrs. Kennedy 32, as having a natural flair for clothes—she looks good in just about anything from bathing suit to formal, says the designer. If Mrs. Kennedy wants to wear a scarf on her head in the country, that's okay with Miss Parnis. As for French styles: Miss Parnis says it's "old fashioned" to think a first lady has to wear only American-designed clothes. "If an occasional French dress gives Mrs. Kennedy a lift—and to what women would it not give a lift—why not?" says Miss Parnis. Miss Parnis didn't just come out with these views. A group of Washington reporters beseiged her with questions on the subject at a recent New York meeting. She designed clothes for Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower and Mrs. Harry S. Truman while they were White House occupants. -^ Citing problems of a first lady; Miss Parnis said it's "an agonizing experience" for a fashion conscious young woman like Mrs. Kennedy who loved to go into stores and shop, not to be able to do so. Because she can't do that anymore, Miss Parnis explains, Mrs. Kennedy has to have someone she can trust—like Oleg Cassini, whom she chose as her personal designer, to shop for her. New Members Wesleyan Service Guild welcomed two new members, Mrs. Bessie Johnson and Mrs. Anna Bunyan, at the meeting at the church last evening. Mrs. Marguerite McCurdy was a guest. ~*/s. Charles Wells presided. Giving the devotions and program on the topic, "Churches for New Times," were Mrs. Carol Salb and Mrs. George Hutchison assisted by Mrs. Eunice Larkin. Plans were made for a new study class. Twenty-two members were present. The COVINGTONl Deluxe Series 212-G-M-M 260 square-inch picture Space-Saving Color TV Consolette • High Fidelity Color Tube • Powerful "New Vista" Color-Quick Tuning 00 525 with trade CRITES Appliance Center 419 S. Main Socialettes Credit Women's Breakfast Club neeting yesterday morning was in Lee's* cafe, where members :ook the annual examination over ;he credit manual. Mrs. Ivan Jones conducted a brief business session and Norma Stewart led devotions. Plans were discussed For the installation to be held at ;he next meeting. Mrs. Gary Hoopes, one of the !ionor guests at a recent double shower, is the former Peggy Mealman. Her sister, Mrs. Wayne James, the former Joan Mealman, was the other honor guest. The party was in the basement of the Free Methodist Church. Calvary Baptist W.M.S. had an organ prelude by the hostess, \Irs. Melvin Hoots, last evening. For roll call members named favorite hymns. Mrs. G. B. Nelson jave the devotional topic, "The importance of Prayer." It was announced the next meeting will >e at the church. Chapter AU. P.E.O., heard a talk on "Latin America" last evening by B. Smith Haworth. The meeting was at the home of Mrs. R. L. Pinet, with Mrs. D. L. Carver co-hostess. Nineteen mem- )ers attended. Guests were Mrs. Jrj.ce Moorehead, Palo Alto, alif., and Helen Rensch. Mrs. D. L. Carver has returned from a 2-month vacatipn in Jenver, Colo., and Salt Lake ]ity, Utah. She visited with rela- ives. Recruit Class of North Baptist •hurch held a masquerade par- y in fellowship hall of the church tfonday evening. Mrs. Salome tz was chairman of the group n charge. For roll call members .old of the most amusing Hal- oween parties they remembered. Mrs. A. W. Reefer gave devotions, and Mrs. Frank Davis, the closing prayer. Refreshments were served to the 18 present. Grand Guardian Official Visit Judy Listerd, honored queen of Bethel No. 31, Job's Daughters, presided at the official visit of the grand guardian, Mrs. Evelyn Painter, Monday evening at the Masonic temple. Susan Kelly sang "Let All My Life Be Music," as Mrs. Painter was at the altar. Sharon Barnes and Daylene ' Waymire sang a duet, "While I Walk With God," in honor of Claron Edie, of Topeka, past grand associate guardian. Other distinguished guests introduced were Mrs. Pearl Edic, grand vice guardian, Topeka; Wrs. Velma Wilson, supreme ifth messenger, Leavemvorth; Ed lartig, past supreme associate guardian, Kansas City; Carol )ombaugh, honored queen, El- )orado; Myron Steere, worthy We love, YOU'LL love the bravado of tucks on a step-in that's slim and trim all the way! Sew this daytuner in solid colored broadcloth or checked rayon to wear from 9 a.m. on. Printed Pattern 4956: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes 3 S 4 yards 35-inch fabric. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for lst-cl«ss mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of T h e Ottawa 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, en sembles, all sizes, all in our new Pattern Catalog in color. Sew for yourself, family. 35c. Attend District Convention Among the 23 Ottawans who attended the district Royal Neighbor convention in Osawatomie last night were three initiates Glenn Ainsworth, Glenn Miller and Mrs. Ruth Turner. Mrs. Steve Needham, Rantoul, was elected oracle, and Mrs. Howard Smith, Ottawa, vice-oracle, Rantoul will host the district convention next year. It was voted to donate $5 to the fund for a National Home Chapel. It was announced that the state convention will be held in Topeka in April. patron, and worshipful master of Ottawa Lodge, No. 18 A.F. & A.M. and Mrs. Nancy Lamb, worthy matron, Union Chapter No. 15, O.E.S. Kathy Reusch presented Mrs. Painter, a corsage and honorary membership from the bethel. Candidates initiated were Janet Warner, Ann Christie, Eloise Warner, Peggy Stephenson, Nancy North, Maria Jo Babcock, Betty Waymire and Wilma Milton. Refreshments were served from a table decorated with a fall scene. The reception committee included Mrs. Lester Moore, Mrs. Jim Warnock, Mrs. Morris Wilson, Mrs. Chas. Burlingham and Mrs. William Wheeler. There were 53 members, 11 council members and 50 guests present. Minneola School Reunion The eighth Minneola School reunion was held Sunday at the school. Letters were read from several former pupils and several visitors were introduced. It was voted to hold the next reunion on the second Sunday in September, 1962. Officers elected were Mrs. Olive Reh, chairman; Donald Steward, vice chair- Film Program For WMS Group The program for Marcia Cudworth W.M.S. Circle of First Baptist Church last evening was a program of slides in Elliot hall youth lounge. Mrs. Emory Me Kenzie chose views of many cathedrals and churches taken on a trip to Europe last summer, also unusual churches of New England. There were also scenic views and other scenes. Mrs. Richard Pearson presided. Both Mrs. Pearson and Mrs. Gene Mohr gave lists of articles needed for White Cross work for Brazil and for Indians of Oklahoma. Mrs. Orville Glenn discussed budget plans. Miss Virginia Jennings gave devotions and Miss Amanda Rosenquist dedicated the love gift offering. There were 30 present. Hostesses serving refreshments during a social hour were Mrs. Vernon Bear, Miss Rosenquist and Miss Glenola Hayward. Girl Scout Leader Training A Girl Scout basic Leaders Training Session will be in Youth Center Thursday from 1 to 4 p.m. It is the first in a series of six. The session will be conducted by A. .J. Holyfield, executive director of the Santa Fe Council and also director of Franklin district, who will be assisted by staff members. The sessions are for all leaders and assistant leaders, in Franklin County. Circle Meets Hostesses last evening for Frances Kearney W.M.S. circle of North Baptist Church All's. Don Woodward and Mrs. Harry Hough, at the Woodward home. Mrs. Clarence Keith presided and gave a prayer. Mrs. Carrie Davis gave devotions. Mrs. Neal Seyler reviewed the chapter, "The Mother," from the study book, "The Stewardship for Today's Woman." White Cross work was making school bags, hemming teatowels and cutting out quilt blocks. Attend Reunion Mri and Mrs. Vertus I. Crotts attended the 16th annual Crotts family reunion in Hutchinson, Sunday, October 8. Members of the wide-spread clan attending came from 11 Kansas towns and cities. The Crotts family trace their ancestors to Valentine Crotts, born 1781, and Susanah Hickle Crotts, 1786, who lived in North Carolina. Descendant! of thi» couple began traveling west, sortie settling in Illinois, then Missouri, then Kansas and some throughout the years ending their journey by wagon train on the west coast. man; and Mrs. Lottie Gastrock, secretary-treasurer. Those present were Mr. and | Mrs. Walter Reh, Williamsburg; ! Mr. and Mrs. Keil Crist, Westphalia; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pohl, and Mrs. Doris Churchbaugh, Lawrence; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fleming, Bradley and Candy, Pomona; Mrs. Maude Maranville, Ness City; Mrs. Lottie Gastrock, Misses Eva and Mabel Haas, Mrs. Frances Turner, Mrs. Marie Taul, Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Kruger, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. Philo Beck and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner, Baldwin; Mr. and Mrs. Irven Horst, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Williams and Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gould,' Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gibson, Rev. Ernest Nelson, John Gibson, Cynthia and Johnnie Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Steward and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nelson, David, Glen and Lloyd; Mrs. Irene Symms, Mrs. Maxine Stephens, Mrs. Elmer Melcher, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gibson, Mrs. C. E. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Deaton, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gibson, Mr. 0. L. Deaton, Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Nelson, Joel Towner and Edward Smith. 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