Senator Speaks At Club Meeting State Senator William S. Bow-1 ers, speaker for Columbian Shakespeare club yesterday afternoon, was introduced by Mrs Lamar Phillips who was in charge of the legislative program. He outlined the work of both the State Senate and the House, lie showed the division of the state into districts and how the western part of the state has the large area, .less dense population, thus fewer representatives than the eastern section. He discussed the use of sales tux money and how property tax dollars are used. He spoke of the Federal money we get to add to dell, Mrs. Loren Ames, Mrs. L. P. Moree, Mrs. Albert Hamm and Mrs. Berry. Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Waddell and Mrs. Hamm gave reports on convention proceedings. Officers elected for the district are Mrs. Robert Harris of Moran, president; Mrs. T. A, Robinson of Blue Mound, president elect; Mrs. Albert Hamm of Ottawa, recording secretary; Mrs. R. R. Osborne of Olathe, treasurer, and Mrs. Ernest Baker of Kincaid, corresponding secretary Guests at yesterday's meeting were Mrs. Lizzie Armstrong, Mrs Myrtle Graham and Mrs. J. J Smith. Mrs. Frank McNutt told our welfare work schools and oth- of ]ans for the Veterans Day cr programs A question and meeting on Nov . 37^. A . C answer period followed the talk | Hej le and ^ McNutt vm Mrs. J, E. .Berry presided at| hos f esscs the business session. It was re- '• ported delegates attending the p , • .-,. second district-convention of Fed-' 1 (III I\ll/C crated Clubs of Kansas at Paola Saturday were Mrs. J. Ray Wad- Joyce Bowman has chosen Oct 31 as the date of her marriag to Don McGinnis. Vows will be exchanged at the St. Therese' Catholic Church Richmond, a 10 a.m. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 17, 1861 Edwards-Finch Wedding Vows Patricia Helen Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards, Wichita, and William Calvin Finch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Finch, 530 S. Locust, were married . Sunday at the home of the groom's parents. Rev. Ned M. Roberts performed the ceremony at 2 p.m. in a setting of pink carnations and white chrysanthemums. The bride wore a powder blue HAWAIIAN PARTY - Omega Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. carried out a Hawaiian theme for the annual rush party last evening in the Co-op building. Guests were Mrs. Jimmy Dykstra, Nancy Lollar. Mrs. Nancy Carrow. Mrs. Anita McDaniels, Mrs. Maxine Haug and Mrs. Mabel Gilliland. A supper was followed by hula and limbo dances and a hula hoop contest. Square Dancing Is Cure For Left Foot By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Writer —U If you can't get that man on his feet, try the square dance ap- i proach. "It's a sure-fire cure for a man who-feels he has two left feet," explains Al Brundage, Westport, j Conn, a well known square dance caller. I members include brokers, store keepers, doctors, lawyers, everybody. Brundage's square dancing activities began as a 4-H club project 26 years ago. bmshing right shoulders with the person opposite. They will go away from each other and the couple on the right hand side will wheel around, the couple on the left hand side will fall behind. Instead of having two lines of four, there are now four lines of two. Dig it? Square dancing was born during the Revolutionary War as a combination of the French Quadrille and the English court dan- ! ces. Creates Entire Wardrobe For Cold Shoulder Type NEW YORK (AP) - Cavemen started the style of leaving one shoulder bare. Jacqueline Kennedy okayed it by including a one- shoulder dinner gown in her state wardrobe. Designer Rudi Gernreich made a good thing of it last year with his Tarzan-like bathing suits for His mother formed a small "The common man bitter at | wQmen NQW he has designed an "the King didn't want to learn his | en ti re wardrobe for one-armed orchestra when he was 12. Al played harmonica and coronet, his brother played drums. Ho i was 15 when they took over a The revived interest in square i O ne • room school house for dancing is partly due to middle ' Saturday night square dances. aged couples. i His wife "Everything has been com- ed a dance i petitive in their lives. In bowl- in the last decade his activities i ing, golfing, fishing, hunting or | have become nationwide. 'playing cards, winning is based "There are two calls," dance, but took snatches of it with him as he went west," Brundage says. "Here or there a fiddler or dancer would call out di- rife Mary and he conduct- rections interpreted in their own I or off entirely : ance barn for awhile, but | way as lime went on." j reaching the wrist lady paperhangers and others who like one cold shoulder. Suits, daytime dresses, cocktail dresses—with one sleeve cut short entirely and the other were intro- Shorter, fuller? These new, Fall skirts are perfect for you! They're shaped to slim you smartly, to fit without alteration at waist, hips, in length. Printed Pattern 4595: For half sizes-29, 31, 33, 35, SP/a, 40-inch waists. Size 31 slim skirt 1V4 yards 54-inch; flared 1% yards. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class 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, ensembles, all sizes, all in our new Pattern catalog in color. Sew for yourself, family. 35c. on greater personal physical stamina or mental prowess," Brundage says. Square dancing is a cooperative venture he explains. A couple las fun without competing. Dress is casual. The evening is inexpensive and non-alcoholic. Drinking is discouraged, he says, "because it doesn't help reactions on the dance floor." More than the Z% million members have registered at square dance clubs in this country. There are about 4,000 active callers. Today plains "One follows a he ex-1 melody i Cllib such as The Trail of the Lone- 1 some Pine," or a modern tune, ! "I Don't Know Why." the others are patter calls designed to give dance direction. A command pat- Wednesday square dancing is as urban as it was rural. Town tern introduces the dance action I _ Hayes by a rhyming word, and a trailing patter follows the command. It is used for emphasis. A rhyme pattern goes like this: "Forward eight and back you reel, Pass through and wheel and deal." By the time Al reaches reel," his dancers have been clued that eight will walk forward, back up, pass through the other line by H.C.K., Mrs. Frank Wuckowltsoh FIRST BAPTIST W.M.8. Circles. Eileen James. Mrs. J. B. Stewart; Esther Qreenmun, Mrs. Charles Qum; Eleanor Stlmson, Mrs. H. H. C.W.F. Circles, Group I. Mrs. Jules Doty; Group II. Mrs. Roy W. Browning WESTMINSTER Circles, Dorcas, At Church; Martha. Mrs. W. B. Smith; Lydla, Mrs. Keith Oaeddert, 7:30 p.m. FIRST METHODIST W.S.C.S. Circles, Deborah, Mrs. Guy Briscoe; Dorcas. Mrs. Lawrence Ogg; Esther, Mrs. Ralph Welnhelmer; Martha. Mrs. H. G. Williams; Rebekah, Mrs. Charles Carey Jr.; Ruth, at church WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION. First U. P. Church, Mrs. Eva Dale EARNEST WORKERS, Trinity Methodist Church, all day MISSION SOCIETY, at Church ol the Brethren The Baby Has Been framed The daughter born today to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tripp, Jr., Salina, has been named Bern Lynn. She weighed 5 lb., 5 oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Perry Franks, 325 E. 2nd, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tripp, Sr., Middleboro, Mass. duced Monday to buyers here for the spring fashion market. Because around the world was the California designers' theme, Oriental and Negro models joined the garment district regulars to pace the runway in gold Paisley print denim jacket suits; sun- dresses in such shocking color combinations as pink and brass; and flame red, skintight knit sailor suits designed to make Uncle Sam's boatboys blush the same hue. Nevertheless, Gernreich also got plenty of inspiration from around the house. He borrowed red and blue checked table cloths for crisply tailored suits, sheath dresses, and lounge pants. Possi- I bly from bed-spreads came his inspiration for trapeze dresses decked with two and three-foot tiers of polka-dot ruffles. For the first time Gernreich introduced bikini bathing suits for men. Otherwise sure to attract attention from the Legion of Decency, these are quickly covered with surf length boxers, or leg-covering skin diver suits reminiscent of the Gay Nineties. Exemplar Chapter Rush Party Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi carried out a TV program decorative theme at its progressive dinner rush party last evening. 'Mrs. James Seright was hostess for the group for appetizers, assisted by Mrs. Larry Ott. The decorative theme was Playboy Penthouse. i The main course was Italian i spaghetti at Mrs. Charles Gillette's home. She was assisted by Mrs. Bob Dillon, Mrs. Henry Gilroy and Mrs. Alden Cearfoss. The meal was eaten by candlelight from a checked tablecloth with Huckleberry Hounds decorating the room. Because of injuries to Milton Jameson, the dessert also was at the Gillette home, with Dorothy Baker and Mrs. R. E. Roseberry in charge. Decorations for the Romper Room program were by Mrs. Cearfoss. Mrs. Wallace Hart was in charge of songs and games. Guests were Mrs. Bob Roberts, Mrs. Bill Lay, Mrs. Dick Bethel. Mrs. Frank Riley, Mrs. Richard Fogle and Mrs. Allen Unruh. rayon dress with matching jacket and matching brocade pumps, white hat and gloves and « white carnation corsage. The bride's mother chose a dark blue flowered silk dress and blue hat, black accessories and white carnation corsage. The groom's mother wore a light blue rayon dress, black accessories and pink carnation corsage. The groom's grandmother, Mrs. W. E. O'Neal, wore a blue print dress and pink carnation corsage. A reception at the home followed the ceremony. Centering the table decorated with pink carnations, white mums and candles, was a two-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. Serving were Mrs. Pat Howard, sister of the bride; Mrs. Paul Moore and Mrs. Raymond Smith, sisters of the groom, and Pattie Smith, a niece. Airs. John Bowman of Wichita assisted. Following a wedding trip to Oklahoma, the couple will be at home on RFD 4. The bride was graduated from the Clearwater High School. 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