The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 23, 1961 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, October 23, 1961
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Mondav. October 23, 1961 School Of Instruction A District School of Instruction for the Order of White Shrine of Jerusalem was held at Masonic temple Saturday. The school, conducted by Lanah Cameron, district deptuy, began at 2 p.m. with Topcka. Lawrence and Ottawa Shrines participating. Mrs. Maude Beach of Chanute was the consultant. A fi p.m. dinner was served by the U.S. Army Mothers. Tables were decorated in a fall theme of colored maple leaves with baskets of chrysanthemums. A ceremony followed the dinner. Officers of the three Shrines exemplified this work. Reports were given by the supreme committee chairman. A collection was taken to be given to the supreme charity, the White Shrine's material objective. Don C. Beach, Chanute, past supreme watchman of shepherds, was honored guest. Sojourners were present from Leavenworth, Ft. Scott, Coffeyville, Chanute, Lawrence, Topeka and Ottawa. A reception was held in the Masonic dining room after the meeting. Ann Landers And She Thinks She Has Trouble The Baby Has Been Named The son born Oct. 20, at An derson County Hospital, to Mr and Mrs. Jerold Patterson, RFD 3, Garnctt. has been named Jef frey Eugene. He weighed 7 Ib. 4 oz. Grandparents are Mr. am Mrs. Wayne Anderson, RFD 2 and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Patterson RFD 3, Garnett. At Ransom Memorial Hospital The son born Oct. 16, to Mr and Mrs. Thomas Aaron Ingram RFD 3, has been named Ton; Aaron. He weighed 8 Ib., 4 oz. The son born Oct. 17, to Mr and Mrs. James Eugene Poe, Ran tgul, has been named Dale Eu gene. He weighed 8 Ib., 8 oz. The daughter born Oct. 17, ti Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Walter Koch, 810 E. 7th, has been named Marilyn Suzanne. Her weight was 6 Ib., 9 oz. The daughter born Oct. 17, to Mr. and Mrs. George Walter Miller, 511 E. 9th, has been named Diane Lynn. She weighed 8 Ib. The son bom Oct. 17, to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Raymond Gumm, 1105 N. Main, has been named Kelly Marshall. He weighed 6 Jb., 10 07.. The daughter born Oct., 18, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leonard Vogeler, RFD 1, has b.een*naftie\f l Joyce Ann. She weighed 8 Ib., 7 oz. The daughter born Oct. 18, to Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Richard Backs, 618 E. 9th, has been named Kim Lori. Her weight was 7 Ib., 5'/ 2 oz. Dear Ann Landers: lama member of the "modern institution called Sitters." But I certainly do not consider myself an "irresponsible, moronic, hollow- headed, impudent, vacuum cleaner with teeth." I know exactly the type of woman who would complain. She is the one who greets the sitter at the door and tells her to "feed the kids something and put them in bed when they look tired." When she is half out the door she USEFUL HOBBY - Walter Collins, Wellsville, is pictured in his workshop with redwood hanging baskets and other garden items. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Uses Redwood In Hobby By BERNICE HOLDEN Beautiful redwood hanging baskets, redwood tubs for use as flower planters, rose trellis and wren houses — all are handiwork of Walter Collins, fashioned the year-round in his basement workshop at his home in Wellsville. Collins lives with his sister, Mrs. Nell Smith, and does the work as a pastime. Because Mrs. Smith is confined to her home so much of the time, Collins finds it a satisfying out for his energy while remaining close by. He has made his home here since 1959 when, upon visiting his sister and brother-in-law, the late C. A. Smith, he found them in a poor state of health and immediately returned to Glendale, Calif., to arrange for returning to Wellsville to be with them. Mr. Smith died Dec. 2, 1959 Collins has continued to make his home with his sister, feeling that she would prefer to remain in the home which the couple had built 51 years ago rather than move elsewhere. He has built more than 50 redwood hanging baskets since get- Peoria Aid Mrs. Dora Weaver gave the ible quiz and missionary lesson or Peoria Ladies Aid Thursday, [rs. Lewis Wichman was host- ss. Mrs. Maude Evans presided, nd Mrs. Ray Evans gave the op- ning prayer. For her devotionsl topic, Mrs. ra Dean chose, "God is our lefuge". Refreshments were served to nine women and one child resent by the hostess, assisted V Mrs. Mike Lovell. PRINTED PATTERN 4681 SIZES 14Vj-24'/i Arrive on the scene lookin slim and smart in this quietl detailed step-in with a novel co lar and skirt softness. Choose carefree blend, cotton, wool. Printed Pattern 4681: Hal Sizes 14Va, 16'/&, 18'/2, 20Mi, 22'/;i 24'/6. Size 16'/s requires 3'} yards 45-inch fabrir. Send Thirty-five cents in coin for this pattern — add 10 cent for each pattern for Ist-clas mailing. Send lo Anne Adam.* care of The Ottawa Herald, Pa tern Dept., 243 West 17th St New York 11, N. Y. Print plain! NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. FALL'S 100 BEST FASHION — separates, dresses, suits, en sembles, all sues, all in our ne Pattern Catalog in color. Sev lor yoursglf, family. 35c. Club Forecast Tuetday . 8. ARMY MOTHERS, icwlnf meeting CO-WORKERS SHUTIN CIRCLE, Mrs. Anna Bryan HOMAKER, Mrs. R. W. Mitchell CHAPTER AtJ, P.E.O., Mr«. Nancy Lamb UNION CHAPEL W.S.C.S. all day BOOTS and BUSTLES Square Dance Club Family Visits Dr. and Mrs. Louis Kaub left Saturday morning for their home in Tacoma, Wash., after a month's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fitch and other relatives. Joining the Fitches and the Kaubs for a dinner Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bird, Superior, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cain, Paola; Mrs, Lee | trellis ting up his workshop in 1959. The baskets are of varied shapes, some forming stars. All are made of redwood strips and are complete with a masonite bottom. Neither the redwood, which is ordered directly from California, nor the masonite are subject to rot, making the baskets of a permanent nature. Foil pie tins can be placed inside the baskets ; f they're to be used indoors. Octagon-shaped redwood tub planters are another of his handicraft. "I'd forgotten my geometry years ago," Collins said, explaining that if you don't get the angles right, the pieces for the | tub won't fit together. i However, several completed | tubs were evidence that his memory serves him well. The pieces of redwood are nailed together for the tub, and a reinforcing horizontal metal strip is placed a few inches from both the bottom and the top on the outside. Collins was working on a lattice-work gate-trellis with arched top at the time of our visit. The was made of ordinary view, and he told of having made a log cabin wren house at the request of one Centennial observant Collins also has constructed some decorative wishing wells for use as yard ornaments. He recalled a time when he had first set one in the yard at home. He soon found a number of little slips of paper had been deposited in the well and wasn't aware of the reason until one of the neighborhood children stopped by to ask who had won it. They thought the well was going to be raffled off and hoped to be the lucky winner. remembers that "Susie is door and Debbie is out neighborhood someplace." When you go to to the kitchen you find the sink filled with dirty dishes You have to wash plates to 1 i v e the children their supper. Why she worries about a sitter eating her out of house wouldn't know, next in the nothing smaller than a $20 bill so she owes you till next time. And these are the women who complain the loudest about sitters.-FULL UP Dear Ann Landers: My husband is a working man and we are in modest circumstances. Our daughter is marrying a fine young fellow in January and we want to give her as pretty a wed ding as we can afford. We have planned a church ceremony and a dinner for relatives and close friends only. The groom's mother sent her list yesterday and we almost fainted. She had 220 to 45. We kept our list down ANN and home, I; because there's' When I phoned to express surprise at the size of her family she explained that her family is rather small and that most of the people on the list are her husband's customers. We hate to have trouble at the outset, but we -:an't afford dinner for a crowd like this. What shall we do?-DISTRESSED Dear Distressed. You are pay- Ing for th» dinner »nd tt to your Derogative to decide how ftr you want to go. Since these people wish to us* .he wedding as a business booster suggest they give a reception after the honeymoon They can then invite the whole 'own if they wish. For now, explain that their list must be pared to 55 — which gives them ten j.-ore than you have. Dear Ann LanuVrs: Will you please print your opinion of • woman who is past 40 years of age and is still wearing her high school class ring? She wears her wedding band and diamond ring on one hand and the class ring on the other. I say Ihis is just plain corny. What do you .say?-ONE OF THE GANG Dear One: II doesn't bother m« a bit. Why are you so exercised? Apparently this woman attaches a great deal of sentiment to her class ring, which strikes mt as a pretty good reason for wearing it. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Furniture Upholstering Truck Seats Recovered Tarps & Combine Canvas Repaired. Canvas Awnings ROBERT BARNES 826 Ash CH 2-32« nothing much in her refrigerator She forgets to leave a calling number and if you needed her in an emergency it would be just too bad. She promises to be home by j midnight, but something always happens to detain her until 2:30 — or later. When she goes to pay you she discovers she has EVERYTHING IN FLAT GLASS WINDOWS MIRRORS FURNITURE and DESK TOPS SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 Taylor and Mindy and Miss Florence Cain, Kansas City; Russell Fitch, Branson, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kaub, Ottawa. white pine and painted white. Several wren houses were in 1 OUT OF 3 ... key executives dies during his working years. Northwestern Mutual's "key man" insurance is worth investigating for your company. ROBERT L. SHIELDS SPECIAL AGENT Bennett Bldg., 3rd and Main Phone CH 2-4460 or CH 2-2065 The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. "Because there IS a difference" ATTENTION! Farm Bureau Members Countywide Policy Meeting Wednesday, Oct. 25 8 p.m., Co-op Hall Purpose: To instruct our delegates to the state convention. All members are urged to attend. Remind your neighbor! Emory Morgan, Policy Chairman O. L. Breckenridge, President Franklin County Farm Bureau Ass'n KEEN TV SERVICE 114 S. Main CH 3-3490 Your Fashion Store The timeless beauty of ARTEMIS Fanfare your elegance in a lace-sculptured nylon tricot slip that it length-proportioned for fit perfection. Scalloped lace hem ind lined bodice of Alencon lace it pure flattery. Wash it, wear it minutes later. Tangerine, almond, black, and white, sizes 32 to 38 Short; 3 2 to 40 Average; 34 to 40 Tall. Sable, red plum, lapphire, avocado; 32 to 40 Average. Terrill's in Ottawa Here's Why "It PAYS" to Save with Us! 1. 4% Current Dividend. 2. For 72 years our Association has met requests for withdrawal of savings without notice. 3. Your insured savings are not subject to the "ups and downs" of the market when you invest with us. 4. We have paid a liberal dividend every year for 72 years. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 • Money Growing? FAMILY GROWING?? 4 4 Is Your 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Your savings . . . are they growing as fast as they could and should, consistent with safety? Invested here, at Ottawa Savings and Loan, their safety is insured and they earn money for you at the rate of 4 per cent. You Should do one of two things! 1. Move into larger home 2. Add living space to the one you now have Whether you want to BUY, BUILD, or REMODEL your home you can do so with our assistance . . . after all we have been around a long time and many families in Ottawa are living better today in their own home because we have helped them work out their housing problems. 44- Your Home Town Savings Center for 72 Years OTTAWA SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION 109 East 2nd St. Dial CH 2-2804 LIBERAL DIVIDENDS EVERY YEAR SINCE 1889 F. R. Bennett Wm. W. Wallace DIRECTORS Milo M. Hewitt H. J. Henning Dean Berlin Your Savings EARN . . . 4% Our Current Dividend 44- 44-

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