The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 12, 1961 · Page 5
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Skilton Club Hears Guest The main program feature of the Skilton Music Club dinner meeting in Elliott Hall of First Baptist Church last evening was a lecture by a guest, Mr. William Kloster, of the O.U. faculty. He discussed, "The State of Music in America". Mrs. Kloster gave vocal compositions by Gustaue Chartentier and Celieus Dougherty. Mrs. John Sheldon, club president, gave the welcome. Other guests attending were Mrs. Al Williams, Mrs. Raymond Schmidt, Mrs. H. P. Blunt, Mr. Kenneth Davis and Dr. M. A. Wei- ty. Twenty-eight members were present. Celebrate Birthdays Relatives gathered at Mrs Mary Johnson's home southwes 1 of Ottawa Sunday to celebrat birthdays of Mrs. Johnson, and son, Kenneth, granddaughters, Beverly and Debra, also the wed-1 ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Lewis Charlie. Others present were Mr. and j Mrs. Willard Johnson, Steven, i Russell, David and Elizabeth j Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, Stephen, Rhonda and Wesley, Pomona; Mr. and Mrs. William Daugherty, Shirley and Mar y- anne, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and Sonja, Mrs. Myrtle Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and Carleeta, Janet, Kenneth and Evelyn Lewis, all of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson. Larry, Linda and Debra, Parsons; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mclntosh, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody. Vicky Joe and Susie and j Mrs. "Ellen Hamilton, Ottawa. I MR. AND MRS. LARRY CHANAY Frost-Chanay At home at 906 Market, Era- poria, are Mr. and Mrs. Larry King Chanay who are attending Emporia State College. The couple was married in Wellsville Baptist Church on Sept. 16. The bride is the former Con- nie Ann Frost, daughter of Mrs. Betty Birnbaumer, Topeka. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. A. Chanay, Wellsville. Relatives of the couple were members of the wedding party. A reception was in the Chanay home. Seekers Class Mrs. Walter Rodgers gave devotions for the Seekers Class meeting in Trinity Methodist Church yesterday. Mrs. Emile Barnes presided. For roll call members told of embarrassing j moments. j Reports included 37 cards, 25 calls and four bouquets. For the j closing number members repeated the Lord's prayer. Mrs. Raymond Bettge and Mildred Taylor served refreshments from a table decorated with autumn flowers and leaves. Work was done tacking a comforter. Mrs. Albert Jones was a guest. Rush Party Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi had six guests at its rush party at Mrs. Gardner Campbell's home. They were Mrs. Dean Royse, Mrs. Jerald Garret, Mrs. Arlys Carter, Mrs. W. P. Shepard, Mrs. Charles Anderson and Mrs. Corwin Shields. High score prizes in games of dubs bridge went to Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Tom Jordan. Eleven members attended. PAYING OFF — Jim Richardson pays off his office bet with Mrs. Jim Pollom with a chocolate cake he baked 'from scratch' after the Cincinnati Reds let him down by losing the recent World Series. He's sworn off cooking bets in future. C.W.F. Meets A feature of the C.W.F. meeting in First Christian Church annex yesterday afternoon was the dedication of 200 pounds of good used clothing by Mrs. R. D. Waymire for Church World Service. Mrs. Frank Holden presided with 31 in attendance. The theme was "Every Woman — A Christian Steward". Mrs. Waymire conducted the study and Mrs. Tom Elder the worship service. Beveled and Plain Edge MIRRORS For Any Room in Your Home SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 Cooking's Fun FAMILY SUPPER When there's a bone left after you've served baked ham, you can add it to black beans. Slack Beans with Ham Rice Salad Bowl Crusty Rolls Fruit and Cookies Beverage BLACK BEANS WITH HAM 1 package (14 ounces) black beans 1 meaty hambone 1 large carrot (pared) 1 bay leaf 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 large onion (finely chopped) 1 large green pepper (finely chopped) 1 large clove garlic (crushed) Salt and pepper (to taste) 2 tablespoons (about) red wine vinegar Soak beans overnight in water to cover; drain. Turn into a kettle with hambone, carrot, bay leaf and 6 cups water. Bring to a boil; simmer until tender — 2 to 3 hours or longer — adding water, if necessary, to keep beans covered. Remove hambone, carrot and bay leaf; dice ham meat and the carrot; return to beans. Meanwhile heat oil in a skillet and lightly cook onion, green pepper and garlic in it; add to beans with salt, pepper and vinegar. Reheat. Serve with rice and finely diced om'on. Makes 6 servings. New Rice Dish Add loads of minced parsley to cooked hot rice and call the dish Green Rice. Serve with meat, poultry or fish. Stuffing Idea Cut dried apricots in strips and simmer them with celery crescents; drain and add to a buttery bread stuffing for poultry. Club Forecast Friday THE SENIOR CLUB, Youth Center BOYD LADIES AID, Mrs. Ray Reed Richmond News Wittmans Plan Annual Reunion By MABEL CHANDLER Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wittman and Mrs. Carrie Wittman were host and hostesses at the annex Sunday for the Wittman family gathering which will be an annual affair. Mrs. Helena, Foltz was chosen president, and Mrs. Barbara Geiler, secretary. Present for the basket dinner and social time were the Carl Wittmans, and Mary Wittman Ottawa; Mmes. Elizabeth and Mary Wittman Greeley; the W. 0. Cains, Leo Wittmans and Mrs. George Bowman, Pomona; Mrs. Lewis Foltz and Rex, Princeton; the Henry, Albert and Raymond Wittmans, and John and George Foltzes, Garnett; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Holt, Oswego; Richard Cains, Topeka; Pete Geilers, Kansas City, Kas., and James Webbs. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Peters are parents of a daughter born Oct. 2 at the Anderson County Hospital. She weighed 9 lb., 1 oz., and has been named Karen Elaine. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simon. Richland, Wash., came Mandoy for a visit with their relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Retter Cove, Ark., are here visiting their relatives and friends. ! Gladys Garrison attended the state meeting of Kansas Association for Giildhood Education in Wichita. The condition of Chris Hermreck, Nipomo, Calif., is improved. Her. Wilbur Purvis atended a Board of Missions meeting in Manhattan Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Dale Bones took her aunt, Mrs. Emma Embry, to the Anderson County Hospital Saturday where she is undergoing treatment. Joe Clark visited Hubert Pei-j ne at the Santa Fe Hospital in ! Topeka Sunday. His condition is improved. The address of Mrs. Harden Watkins, who is in Kansas City, for treatments, is 3333 Rainbow Blvd., Kansas City 3, Kas. Mr. and Mrs. John Harmon Ottawa, were Sunday dinner guests at the Edwin Horsticks to celebrate Tommie's third birthday. Mrs. Man- Metze and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Gerhardt, Belleville, HI., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Metze. Ardella Stevenson has started working at the Mode O'Day factory in Ottawa. The condition of Roy Patterson, a patient at Ransom Memorial Hospital, at Ottawa, is improved. The John Sommers, Birdie Lickteig, and Mrs. Al Kipper were in Kansas City Friday. They took Marilyn Sommers for her checkup which was satisfactory. Mr. and Mi*. Ed Morford's Sunday guests were Mrs. John Jerkes, Prairie Village, her three daughters and their families, the L e s Bendicksons, Laramie, Wyo.; Dan Dyers, Topeka, and Charles Printys, Ottawa. Robert Lickteig has been employed as feed man for the Farmer's Co-Op. The Robert Hurrays, who are moving from Emporia to Columbus, Ohio, spent Tuesday night with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Smithheislar . The condition of Mrs. John Folz, Bartlesville, Okla., daughter of the Chris Pickerts, is improved. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bach and Zigzdggers ! In Session Mrs. R.'F. Lollar, hostess for Zigxaggers Club last evening, gave a demonstration of sewing on a zipper. Members displayed Christmas gift ideas and other articles they had made. Mrs. Guy Monroe, a guest, displayed a large white net Christmas tablecloth with scalloped white felt border and ap- pliques of sequin, bells with green felt bows. There were 15 members present. Refreshments were served at the close. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, October 12, 1961 TIMOTHY LEE, almost 2, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young, Geneseo, formerly of Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Shadle, 327 S. Poplar, are grandparents. their daughter, Mrs. John Mullan, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, are here for two weeks visiting their relatives and friends. Guest Speaks Members of Tot-To-Teen Class heard a discussion of the topic, "Protection of Children's Eyesight," last evening by a guest speaker, Dr. Olin Wollen. Mrs. Eugene Sievers was hostess assisted by Mrs. R. E. Boyer. Mrs. James Warnock was in charge of business. One guest and 11 members attended. Public Auction I will sell the following at Public Auction located at 820 S. Elm St., Ottawa, on Saturday, Oct. 14, 1961 (Starting at 1 P.M.) 200 amp. electric welder; overhead grease outfit; Blackhawk hydraulic floor jack; 7V 2 " bench saw; 4 hydraulic jacks; 18 ft. extension ladder; 28 ft. extension ladder; new stock tank; bench vise; hand tools; shovels; oil drum and pump; lumber; augers; 2 storm doors; truck tires and wheels; 3 galvanized tin buildings, 8'xl6', 22'x26', 22'x24'; mower; V- bed complete; back bar; TV antenna; 60,000 B.T.U. gas heater; bathroom heater; wiring; electric meat grinder, like new, and many articles too numerous to mention. OWNER MRS. EDWIN "DUDE" MOLER Terms: Cash. Not responsible for accidents Aucts: Ben Printy & Son Clerk: Jean Printy SHARP RELIEF Midwives used to put a knife under the bed to "cut the pain" of childbirth. Sounds foolish, nowadays. But then, we're lucky. We have many wonderful pain- relieving drugs ... other powerful medications, too. When you're ill, take advantage of the newer, effective medicinals. Seek your physician's advice... he's the only one qualified to prescribetfor your health. Then, if he recommends medication, come to us for prescription service. Kramer Drug Store Professional Pharmacy 134 S. Main CH. 2-305.') CH 8-3547 Prof«Mlaul Bldff. SALE ENDS Oct. 21st Davis Faint ROBERT EDMISTON STORES, INC. Friday the 13th Specials Men's Hooded Colored SWEATSHIRTS Reg. 3.95 O 13 SPECIAL • •» » -^ 2 Men's Flannel SHIRTS Reg. 2.95 SPECIAL 2 13 Men's Pre-Seasonal SPECIAL One Group SWEATERS Reg. Reg. Reg. 5.95 7.95 8.95 Now Now Ladies' BABY DOLL PAJAMAS 2 13 Reg. S.98 SPECIAL Quantity Limited Special for the Home THROW RUGS 30x50 » 24x60 Reg. 2.99 SPECIAL Ladies' Wamsutta Cotton 2 PIECE DRESSES Sizes 8-18 O 13 Reg. 10.98 W 8 Friday and Saturday Only Ladies Brief PANTY GIRDLE Nationally Advertised At 7.95 O 13 SPECIAL O ONE-COAT HOUSE PAINT Extra hiding pow«r — actually does two coat job with one coat. Provides sparkling white repaint Job or one coat finish on primed new wood. High-gloss — self - cleaning. White only. FREE BRUSH Regular $4.39 4-inch Tynex Nylon Brush FREE with purchase of 4 Gallons or more of One-Coat House Paint. Limit One Brush Ta Custom* Regular $8.55 a Gil ofelloa In Cm UN •MfellWM Single Gallon $7.15 HOUSE PAINT DAVIS EVER-BRIGHT • Full-Bodied • High Gloss • Self-Cleaning First grade—top quality Regular *6i? Gallon self - cleaning Brilliant White is gas and fume proof. Colors made from fade-resistant pigments. Easy spreading — no brush drag. Choice of latest exterior colors. f t *r^a COM Lots •! Gal. $5.19 4 GoHons DAVIS LEADER House Paint Here'j a really dependable White House Paint priced so low you can afford to use it for barns, outbuildings, fences, etc. Davis Leader House Paint is heavily bodied with lots of pigment — reduce it with one quart of oil to the gallon. You get a good looking and satisfactory white paint job. Case Lot Sale Regular """ o Gallon In Coi« Lott of 4 Gilloni Single Gallon $3.91 WALLPAPER SALE! P«y th* Ke»«il l*«k Price for On« R*l . . . Get the Second Roll for Only For example, now you can buy two rolls of wallpaper that sells for 80c a roll (Retail Book Price) for only 81 c — you pay just Ic for the second roll. All sidewall papers carried in stock included — papers for every room in all price ranges. DAVIS PAINT THINNER For thinning oil-base Paints and Varnish, brushes, tools, etc. A handy item to have around the house. 391 WE DO CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING PARISIENNE PLANTER 16 inches high 9 inchcfl wide Graceful wall plants looks like wrought Iron with ma r be I i zed bowl, real bargain. DAVIS PAINT Assoc/o/e Store HAROLD LEITNAKER. Owner G/V/s 129 S. Main Housewares CH 2-2491

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