The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 19, 1961 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, October 19, 1961
Page 7
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Westminster Circles Meet Woman's Association circles of Westminster United Presbyterian Church held study meetings yes- «rtlay. Dorcas circle hostesses at the church were Mrs. Guy Gibbs and Mrs. Carl Wittman. Mrs. Robert Spencer was in charge of the worship service, and Mrs. John Sheldon, of the lesson. Nineteen were present. Martha circle lesson was given by Mrs. Myron Paugh at Mrs. W. B. Smith's home. Mrs. J. R. Cheney presided and gave devotions. Present with the 15 members were two 'guests, Mrs. Mitchell Smith and Mrs. A. C. Carpenter. Lydia circle lesson emphasized the importance of family worship. It was given in two units by Mrs. Robert Pickens and Mrs. S. Martin Brockway. Mrs. Keith Gaeddert and Mrs. Robert Hull were hostesses for the evening meeting at Mrs. Gaeddert's home. Mrs. Ted Strain conducted the business mo"t :|1 ' " >lv '. ^"d Coons gave devotions from the study book of John and the Year Book of Prayer. Sixteen were present. Friday Fare THE OTTAWA HERALD «f Thursday, October 19, 1961 ' Add cooked shrimp to a meatless tomato sauce and serve over spaghetti. .Pass grated chese. dog-well fed ...Quality is why! SNOWSTORMS - King Ramie! and Deanna Spratt Hud that a gentle .shake brings up a snowstorm in their paper weights made of ^lass screw-top jars, figurines and moth crystals in water. Fourth grade class members in Mrs. Al Harvey's room at Eugene Field School used their knowledge of fractions and measurements in the busy work project. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Baptist WMS Circles Hold Study Meetings First Baptist W.M.S. circles; held meetings yesterday in the I homes of members. i Esther Greenmun circle met at the home of the chairman, Mrs. Charles Quin, at 9:30 a.m. As-1 sislant hostesses were Mrs. flow- j ard Henderson, Mrs. Floyd Min-' nick and Mrs. Josephine Evans, j Mrs. John Pinney opened the! meeting with prayer, and Mrs. Quin presided at the business session. Workers to help with the fall | rummage sale were selected. Announcement was made of the Miami Association meeting to be at Wcllsville Oct. 25 at 10 a.m., followed by covered dish luncheon and afternoon meeting. Mrs. Piney gave the devotions. The program leader was Mrs. A. W. Urquhart who conducted a quiz on "Fact Finding," with questions and answers dealing with Baptist missions and work. Mrs. Glenn Moon gazve a report on "Business of Kansas Baptists" and interesting highlights of the Kansas Baptist convention held at Kansas City, Kas., last weekend. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Quinn. Seventeen were present. Mrs. J. B. Stewart was the hostess for Eileen James circle, assisted by Mrs. J. A. Blunt, Mrs. Blaine Phillips and Mrs. Olive Carver. Twenty-seven were present. The meeting opened with prayer by Mrs. Harold Letchworth, chairman. Mrs. G. H. Marshall gave the devotions. The leader was Mrs. E. C. Twining who gave "Echoes from the Kansas Baptist Convention" of meetings that she attended. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Glenn Moon. Mrs. H. H. Hayes was hostess of the Eleanor Stimson circle with co-hostesses Mrs. Frank McNutt, Mrs. John Reynolds, Mrs. Charles Pem r and Miss Maggie Elder. Seventeen were present. M r s. Paul Perkins, chairman, presided. Devotions were given by Mrs. | John Macy. The leader was Mrs. I Julien Kirven who spoke on per- j sonality development, and how an j individual can know his own personality and develop those areas which are Jacking so that the total is well integrated. Plans for White Cross were discussed. Fareivell Party Mrs. Owen Followell gave a coffee at her home Tuesday morning honoring Mrs. John Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon will leave Ottawa soon to make their home in Boston, Mass. Mrs. Harmon was presented a farewell gift. Thailand Program Mrs. Maitree Chartburut, wife of the pastor of First United Presbyterian Church, gave a book review, "Dawn over Temple Roofs", last evening for the Woman's Association meeting at the church. The author is Lucy Starling, retired missionary who spent 50 years in Thailand. Mrs. Chart- burut showed pictures of her native country of Thailand during her talk. She told of customs, schools, of young people the author had adopted, of religions, dress, and of vegetation and fruits. The speaker wore a Thailand costume of hand woven silk sent to her by her mother-in-law. She also wore a hand made white stole. Mrs. Eva Dale was hostess and Mrs. Ralph Paul was devotional leader. Mrs. Etta McMillan, Wil liamsburg, was a guest. Officers elected after the program were Mrs. R. L. Stevens, president; Mrs. Roy Bones, vice president; Mrs. Dean Driscoll, secretary, and Mrs. Lyle Hanes, treasurer. Eastern Star Officers of Union Chapter No. 5, Order of Eastern Star, exem- ilified the initiatory work at the meeting last evening in Masonic emple. Mrs. Nancy Lamb, vorthy matron, presided. Four petitions for the degrees were re- :eived. After the meeting, refreshments vere served from a table deco- ated by Mrs. Roy Donart with all flowers, pumpkins and yel- ow candles in crystal holders. Mrs. Don Brown and Miss Esther Garrison served refreshments o the 36 members present. CATCH THE CURE An old cookbook gives this cure for asthma, "Wear the skin of a muskrat—fur side next to the body- over the lungs." Certain relief was assured. It's comforting to know that we have more reliable methods today. In recent years medical science has achieved incalculable improvements in the care and treatment of illness. Your physician can tell you about the effective medications available. Seek his professional advice when you're ill. Then, if he recommends medication, come to us for quality prescriptions. Kramer Drug Store Professional Pharmacy 184 8. Mala OH. 2-2055 CH 8-3547 PrtifeuioBB) BMf. Guest Speaks On Antiques Mrs. Don Madtson was guest speaker for Garfield Gardeners 1 club meeting last evening. ; She displayed antiques dating i back into the middle 1880's and told how to use them in every day: living. She gave their history and ; told how to identify them by; form. She pointed out that antiques are judged by age, rarity and j by supply and demand. She displayed tinware, pewter, glass, | Sheffield silver and wooden con- j tainers. Mrs. Alfred Harrison was hos-| tess, assisted by Miss Mildred McKee. Mrs. William Wallace made the arrangement of the month in a harvest theme, using fruit, mums and dried material in a basket. I For roll call members told what they had done to prepare their gardens for winter. 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