The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 18, 1961 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 18, 1961
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, October 18, 1961 And Now Comes The Cone Shape NEW YORK (AP) - In this age (if space cones it was only fitting and proper that somebody should introduce a cone-shaped fashion figure. So couturier Edward Ab- botl did it. "This will be the look for '62," lie hopefully announced to buyers crowded into his elegant showroom for the first view of his spring collection. "It's not high-waisted," Abbott said Tuesday before anyone could accuse him of just another Empire-inspired style. "But it's high- busted." At any rate, Abbott's new silhouette nips in quite properly at the waistline and fits snugly all the way to the bosom, where a belt or a welt seam accents the latter. Shoulders are wide. Skirts 1aper to wide at the hem. During the show, Abbott's models usually were properly covered with choker necklines and sleeves reaching the elbows. "The covered-up look is well bred," he pointed out. But since a summer tan is useless without a bare back for display purposes, Abbott took some exception to the season by introducing a few costumes with deep scoops or V's in back. Still tiny jackets slipped over this flesh in a flash in order to redeem the well-bred appearance. District Meeting The annual meeting of the Northeast District, Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, will be in Acorn community house on Oct. 23. Princeton Circle No. 33 is entertaining and will serve dinner at noon. The department president, Gladys Whitney, Mulvane, will be present, as well as representatives from circles in Topeka, Kansas City and Emporia. Mrs. Byron Robison of Princeton is district president. The Baby Has Been I\ anted At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The daughter born Oct. 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lee Myers, RFD 4, has been named Ratty Ann. She weighed 7 Ib., 5 oz. The son born Oct. 14, to Mr. and Mrs. William Ernest Parker, 103 N. Locust, has been named William Ernest. He weighed 8 Ib., 4 oz. The son born Oct. 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vernon Hamilton, Princeton, has been named Richard Vernon. His weight was 8 Ib., 15 oz. Guild Meets Mrs. William Ackman gave devotions at the Faith Lutheran Guild meeting last evening; Mrs. Charles Blum was hostess, assisted by Mrs. Fred Puvogel. After an opening song, members gave roll call verses from the book of I Samuel. Plans were announced for several members to attend the L.W.M.L. rally at Hope Lutheran Church in Topeka today. Those going were Mrs. Kurt Juengel, Mrs. Lewis Buck, Mrs. Bob Roberts and Mrs. Will Ackman. Flavor Tip Marinate cooked snap beans in French dressing before adding them to a tossed green salad. Best flavor this way! MR. AND MRS. GLENN A. GOULD (Beller Photo) 25th Anniversary Friends and relatives of Mr. Bert Gould, Paola, was best and Mrs. Glenn A. Gould, 926 S. Locust, are invited to attend the couple's 25th wedding anniversary reception Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Church of the Brethren, 9th and Main. Mr. and Mrs. Gould were married at 610 Willow at 3 p.m. on Oct. 18, 1936, by Rev. F. 0. Reisinger. Mrs. Kenneth Coffman, Wellsville, was maid of honor for her sister. man for his brother. Floral decorations for the wedding were yellow mums, pink carnations and mixed garden flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Gould have two sons, A/2-c Malvarin L. Gould, of the U.S. Air Force, stationed at Forbes AFB, Topeka, and James A. Gould, 910 S. Main. They have three grandchildren, Deborah, David and Deonne, children of the James Goulds. Socialettes City Teachers Wives will entertain husbands at a dinner party Saturday evening at Garfield School. The theme will be "A Ghost of a Chance". The committee includes Mrs. S. S. Bergsma, Mrs. Burl Beam, Mrs. Dean Royse and Mrs. Ralph Loyd. Mrs. M. J. Boreing, Denver, Colo., came yesterday to visit a few days with her moner, Mrs. W. A. Penny. Accompanying Mrs. Boreing was her little granddaughter, Cheri Dew. The District W.S.C.S. meeting iUb-First Methodist Church is scheduled for tomorrow. Several towns will be represented. Jaycee Jaynes divided into teams for a scavenger hunt last evening and searched the town for various required items. Afterward they went to the home of Mrs. Don Bouska for refreshments. There were 16 members and one guest, Mrs. Allen Shumate, present. Sirs. Millie Livelihood and daughter, Miss Bernice Livengood, entertained as overnight guests last night, Mrs. Livengood's brother-in-law, Bert Jordan of Vermillion, S. D., and her brother and sister, Lee Brown and Mabel Brown, Cameron, Mo. WyaiHlotte-Johnson Salon No. 512, Eight and Forty, will meet with .firs, Dick Atwood, 6800 W. 80th, Overland Park, Monday at 8 p.m. Members are asked to bring articles for a white elephant sale. Introducing porcelain frxpr <? ss v Your bympad^ \vitliuo\vers.. >^i&^\ ^^^& &&&&&$$&• Kra^ » Let Flowers Say The Words It Is Impossible To Find. SIMPLICITY .-.your beautiful best buy in dinnerware A classic plain coupe style with a platinum band ... for Ihe young and the young in heart who prefer contemporary design. Just $6.95 for a 5-piece place setting, $69.95 for a 45-piece service for 8. Use our budget terms. Mrs. Wally Frank and baby daughter will spend the next six weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale F. Bones, of Princeton. Her husband has been sent on a goodwill mission by the State Department to Greece, Jordan, Lebanon, Cypress, Egypt and Itay. He is with the Phillips 66 basketball team. Communism Topic For Club Program Friends hip Club Meets Mrs. Harry Flory was hostess yesterday for Friendship Circle, with Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson in charge of the business session. There was a program of songs, readings and games. Mrs. John Seeley received the door prize. Refreshments were served at the close. Thirteen members attended. Guests present included Mrs. Grace Evans, Arlington; Mrs. Arvilla Delventhol, Hutchinson: Mrs. Gladys Elm, Mrs. C. E. Buckner and Mrs. Marion Stark. 2. SIZES: 3!£ TO 11 AAAA TO C 3. HIGH, MID, OR LESS-THAN- • Black Suede • Black Calf • Brown Calf White Satin "CONNIES" Only $9.95 Hi or Mid Exclusive. . . RICHARDSON'S SHOE STORE 212 So. Main The speaker for the Ottawa Business and Professional Women's Club dinner meeting in North American Hotel was Ed Wiltse, Paola postmaster who has been waging his own personal war on communism for some time He asked, "Do you know: "That since 1945 the Communists have been advancing at the rate of 70 square miles per hour and have been enslaving 7,000 people per hour? "That, for every child in a school that teaches any Christian doctrine, there are five in a Communist school in the world today? "That the Communists expect to conquer the world by 1973? "That J. Edgar Hoover says in the book, "Masters of Deceit," that the Communists have planned to move the capitol from Washington to Chicago and they plan to put to death one out of every three Americans? "That in 1903 there were 17 Communists, in 1917 there were 40,000 Communists, in 1945, 175 million people under Communist control, and in 1960 there were over one million people under Communist control? "That the Communists have monitored every call in and out of the Pentagon as well as the Trans-Atlantic cable since 1952?" The speaker pointed out that the average age of the world's great civilizations has been 200 years. These nations progressed through this sequence: from bondage to spiritual faith, from spiritual faith to great courage, from great courage to liberty, from liberty to abundance, from abundance to selfishness, from selfishness to complacency, from complacency to apathy, from apathy to dependency, and from dependency back into bondage. Wiltse told that four faults common to these nations which fell were alcoholism, atheism, materialism and socialism. In 15 years this country will be 200 years old. "We would lose both economic and civil liberties if our country fell into the hands of the Communists," Wiltse stated. "Our economic liberties include the right to ownership, the right to Max Factor Now Has Two Exquisite Sheer Genius MAKE-UPS * Extra Cover Formula * Natural Finish Formula in Convenient Plastic Tubes $1.50 plus tax MANN-BELL Drug Co. 501 N. MAIN CH 2-3924 work, the right to bargain collectively, the right to go into business, the right of equal opportunity, the right to make a profit, the right to save and the right to contract. "Civil liberties include the right to worship God, the right of free speech, the right to assemble, the right to petition, the right of a trial by jury, the right to mova about freely." The speaker pointed out that the concerted efforts of all Americans are necessary to prevent the Communists from taking over our country. Mrs. Arthur Jones presided and introduced the speaker. Mrs. Ethel Seymour was appointed secretary. Plans were firmed up for the Hallowesta. New members present were Mrs. Walter Price and Mrs. Dwight Haworth. Guests included Mrs. Nell Remele, Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Paul Shipps. So smart ... SO WALKABLE 5Z^£-, Air Step's favorite walking heel with the famous cushioned sole and combination last that gives you perfect fit. Gray Suede Black Suede Brown Suede Black Calf Exclusive. . . RICHARDSON'S SHOE STORE 212 So. Main HURRY '20 GAS DRYER DISCOUNT OFFER ENDS OCT. 21 For drying clothes automatically Nothing compares with GAS Your clothes float on warm, fresh air in a Gai clothes dryer . . . and come out softer, fluffier, more wrinkle-free. 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