The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 13, 1961 · Page 7
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Auxiliary •/ Makes Plans V.F.W. Auxiliary voted $1 contributions last evening to a health and happiness fund and to the department Christmas fund. Mrs. Garland Hinkle presided. .She announced that the Auxiliary orientatin course will be given Oct. 18 and Oct. 25 at a V.A. Hospital. A penny march netted 86 cents. Mrs. Victor Sowers and Mrs. C. F. Wise, food sale chairmen, announced that $55.70 was received from a recent food sale. Mrs. Hinkle reported proceeds of $58.68 from a recent rummage hale. Hostesses were Mrs. J. E. Ralston, Mrs. Clifford Johnson and Mrs. Bob Robinson. Following the meeting the Auxiliary had refreshments and met the 2nd district commandoy Bad Dunham of Ft. Scott, who was on his official inspection of the post Simmons Reunion Those of the Centropolis area i attending the family reunion Sunday in Lawrence of the descendants of Fletcher and Lucy Sim- j mons were Mr. and Mrs. Harold j Simmons, Janet and Fletcher _Simmons. Mr. Tilfred Simmons, Miss Olga Simmons, Miss Christine Woodsum and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Woodsum. Following the basket dinner there was a business session by the president, Wynn Hugg, visiting and picture taking. On Panel NEW DIRECTOR — Mrs. W. H. Moherman. Weilsville. received the gavel from Mrs. Joseph McGrath, Prairie Village, the retiring director of East Central District, Kansas Associated Garden Clubs, at the meeting Tuesday in Wfllsville. (Herald Photos by Lois Smith) Wellsville Club Hosts Gardeners Association Socialettes Mrs. John Kels«T gave devo- ions for the Lcnd-A-Hand class meeting Tuesday evening in Triniy Methodist' Church basement. Vlrs. Jesse Blake conducted the business. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Smiley, Mrs. Frank Stan- urf and Mrs. A. E. Sullins. Mrs. toy Armstrong was a guest. H. B. Club members went to Reno's for a dinner last evening. Afterward they went to Mrs. Rose ampbell's home for an evening j of visiting and serving of dessert. Nine were present. Visiting :he club was Edgar Doty, Colton, Calif. The late Mrs. Doty was a former member of the club. Mrs. Alberta De Shazer has returned home after a three-day visit with Mrs. L. E. Schaback, a former college roommate, at Weston, Mo. Rebekahs held a regular session last evening in I.O.O.F. hall with 20 members present. Serving refreshments were Mrs. Lindel Chism, Mrs. Lee Shobe and Mrs. Carl Furman. Glenda Wheeler W.M.S. Circle j of North Baptist Church had a j business session by Mrs. Garon j Cordle Tuesday evening. Mrs. ; j Earl Richardson, hostess, gave; j the devotional topic, "You are Christ's Hands." White Cross work was done. Naomi C.W.F. Group of First Christian Church had a lesson study given by Mrs. Jodie Jordan last evening at Mrs. Clifford Burgoon's home. Mrs. Al Williams was in charge of the worship service. Thirteen attended. The Baby Has Been framed At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The daughter born Oct. 9, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rose. 113Va S. Main, has been named Pamela Marlene. She., weighed 7 lb., 7 oz. The son born Oct. 10, to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ralph Chism, 540 Birch, has been named Alan Lee. He weighed 6 lb., 7 oz. The son born Oct. 10, to'Mr. and Mrs. Stanley EUwood Fritts, 704 West 10th, has been named Stanley Eugene. His weight was. 10 lb., 7 oz. The daughter born Oct. 10, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daniel Fogle Jr., 1040 Cottonwood, has been named Danni Carol. She weighed 8 lb., lOVi oz. THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, October 13, 1961 Freezing Technique If you bake your cookies, you can store them as long as a year; unbaked cookie dough should be stored only six months. Use Leftovers A small amount of green peas leftover from a meal? Heat and add to hot, cooked buttered rice. Save the pea cooking liquid and use it for reheating them. Fry Them Ever slice par-boiled sweet potatoes thin and fry .in a generous amount of fat in a skillet? Miss Esther Kennedy, Ottawa ] University dean of women, will take part in a panel discussion tomorrow morning following a breakfast at the 45th annual conference of the Kansas Associa-1 tion of Women Deans and Coun- j selors, Pittsburg. ; Twenty-five women are expect- j ed for the two-day session plan- j ned for today and tomorrow on j (he campus of Kansas State Col- i lege. Child Study Members of the service committee of Child Study Club were in charge of the program Wednesday evening at Mrs. Wayne Lewis's home. They are Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. E. V. Meyer. They planned a miscellaneous p r o- grara and home baked goods sale, the proceeds of which will be used for a service project during the holidays. Mrs. Meyer was auctioneer. A baby gift was presented to Mrs. John Kirkland and the club expressed rerets thaet she and her family will move soon to Phillipsburg. 15% DISCOUNT on Dry Cleaning CASH and CARRY Gorsoge Cleaners 118 W. 3rd Mrs. W. Hv Moherman, Wellsville, member of the Wellsville Garden Club, was elected director of the East Central District' of Kansas Associated G a r d e n j Clubs at its semi-annual meet- j ing Oct. 11, in Welhville Baptist I Church. ' Others elected to office at the business session were Mrs. J. H. Oberwortmann, Prairie Village, member of Prairie Planters No. 2—assistant director: Mrs. H. B. Mann, Olathe, member of Olathe Garden 1 and Civic Club—treasurer; and Mrs. Hudson Hourtellot, Prairie Village, a member of Prairie Planters No. 3—recording secretary. Other offices are appointive. The Wellsville Garden Club was the hostess club. "Autumn Splendor" was the theme colorfully revealed in decorations. Mrs. Bernhard Fleming was chairman of! the Day and Mrs. W. D. Farnel | and Mrs, H. E. Patton were official hostesses. The registration committee was comprised of Mrs. Oliver Neis, I Mrs. James Bosworth and Mrs. Lester Whitley Sr. Ninety-one attended. Name cards on which were birds and sprigs of py- racantha berries were given to each person. Coffee was served during registration. A bouquet of shaded lavender and purple asters with background of barberry centered the coffee table. Co-chairmen were Mrs. W. H. Moherman and Mrs. Lee Chamberlain. Mrs. Hugh Macy poured. Assisting were Mrs. Ralph Lidikay and Mrs. Lester j Whitley Jr. Mrs. Carl Warnock and Mrs. John Neis were co-chairmen of the dining room decorating committee. On the committee were Mrs. Oliver Neis, Mrs. Lee Chamberlain, Mrs. Mary O'Neil, and Mrs. Tom Ruddell. The dining tables were centered with yellow, bronze, red and white mums with euonymous leaves. Bouquets of ro.se.-, were' displayed in the dining room. The center-of-interest table was spread j with a green cloth with white i fringe. A solid ice compote fill- j ed with Diamond Jubilee roses | with ivy on a silver tray vas on j the table along with a silver trav i on which was formed oasis in fruit shape with mums representing the fruit colors, and euony- mous leaves. Mrs. J. D. McGrath, Prairie Village, presided at the meeting. Mrs. W. D. Farney gave the invocation followed by the pledge of allegiance in unison. Mrs. Tom Ruddell. president of Wellsville Garden Club, gave the welcome. The introduction of visitors and business session followed. Mrs. L. E. Leigh, Overland Park, presided at the luncheon. The luncheon was served by the Berean Class of the Wellsville Baptist Church. Mrs. Man- O'Neil showed slides and spoke on "Birds in my Life" in the afternoon. Frosting Hint When you want to frost bar cookies that have been baked in a 9-inch square pan, you'll need to use 1!>2 cups sifted confectioners sugar moistened with a little milk or cream plus the desired flavoring. 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