The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 23, 1961 · Page 7
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Banquet Honors Mrs. Raff clock A banquet and reception were gram included held Saturday night at The Barn of-town talent, honoring Mrs. Marie B. Raffe- lock, president of the Rebekah Assembly of Kansas. One of the highlights of the evening was the presence of Mrs. Marjorie S. Chase, Riverside, R. I., and of Mrs. Helen Prater, Kansas City. Mrs. Chase is president, and Mrs. Prater, warden, of the International Association of the Rebekah Assemblies of the .World. Mr. Prater was also present. Among the many distinguished guests were M. Chester Doles, Newton, grand master of the I.O.O.F. of Kansas, his officers and Mrs. Doles; major general Quentin Hannawald, department commander and president of the Department Council of the Patriarch Militant, Mrs. Hannawald and his officers; Lady Elizabeth Iseli, president of the Department Association of the Ladies Auxiliary, Patriarch Militant, Mr. Iseli and her officers; Grand Patriarch Raymond Huffmaster, Garden City, of the Grand Encampment of Kansas, Mrs. Huffmaster and his officers; Grand Matriarch Mae Livingston. Lyons, of the Grand Ladies Encampment Auxiliary of Kansas, and her officers. gram included local and out- A picture of Mrs. Raffelock, presented to Hazel Rebekah Lodge No. 175 and Ottawa Lodge No. 24, I.O.O.F., was received by Mrs. Stoffer, noble grand, and W. L. Pickering, past grand master of Kansas. On Sunday morning a breakfast was served to the guests at the I.O.O.F. hall by local Rebek- ahs and Odd Fellows. Mrs. Raffelock will go tonight with Mrs. Chase to a dinner and reception in their honor at Wichita, and on Tuesday night to Kansas City, Kas. Senior Club Miss Frances Sue Lockhart, president of the Theta Rho Girls Assembly was presented and introduced and she responded with greetings. Mrs. J. I. Good gave the invocation. The civic welcome was given by Mayor Kenneth Andrews and the response by Mrs. Ernie Maholland, past president of the Rebekah Assembly of Kansas. Peg Carr, Chamber of Commerce secretary, spoke briefly. Mrs. Agnes Stoffer, noble grand, gave the welcome from Hazel Rebekah Lodge No. 175 and Mrs. Elton Forsythe of Lyons, junior past president of Rebekah Assembly, gave the response. Orb Morrison gave the welcome from Ottawa Lodge No. 24, I.O.O.F. and Cecil Walker of Topeka, past grand master of Kansas, gave the response. Many special guests and relatives of Mrs. Raffelock were present and introduced. A musical pro- Present at the Senior Club meeting in Youth Center Friday were 39 members and three guests, Mrs. Anna Barnes, who became a member, Mr. Glenn McFadden and his sister, Eloise Mathias. Mr. McFadden and Mrs. Mathias gave vocal numbers with guitar accompaniment. The meeting opened with group singing with Mrs. R. C. Marcell at the piano. Mrs. Myrtle Graham, chairman, conducted business, gave devotions and read a poem. She presented a corsage to Mrs. Clara Klein for her birthday. Following games and visiting, refreshments were served by Mrs. Fayetta Burnett and Mrs. Elva Bader. Reports were given concerning the bus trip which 35 members made by chartered bus to Emporia, Thursday, to attend the Emporia Elder Citizens Club's third annual Fall Jubilee in civic auditorium. Registration and a short program preceded the plate lunch. In the afternoon, the Emporia club gave entertainment num- ENGAGED TO WED - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cragg, Ottawa, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharen Marie, to Kenneth Alvin Dodds, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds, Texas. Miss Cragg is employed at Ransom Memorial Hospital. Mr. Dodds is employed in Kansas City, Kas. (Wright Photo) bers until 3:30, when the was cleared for dancing games. floor and CERAMIC WALLS & FLOORS FORMICA TOPS Inlaid Linoleum TILE Christian Bros. FLOORS CH 2-2285 Ottawa Taking Part In Recital Jo Archer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Archer, 1021 S. Hickory, will take part in an annual recital by five music students at University of Kansas Wednesday. The recital, to be in Murphy hall at 8 p.m., will present two violin pupils, one voice student, and two piano students. Miss Archer is a sophomore, one of two students who will give the piano numbers. The other is a senior. Students who participate are chosen the previous spring by music faculty members on a basis of ability and performance. TeVdtti Relatives Surprise Couple Several family members surprised Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Miskimon, RFD 3, with a gathering at their home on RFD 3 Saturday afternoon. The event was in observance of the couple's Golden Wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Miskimon has not planned a celebration since three of their children would be unable to be present. They are the youngest son, Copr. Everett E. Miskimon, in Korea; Forrest 0. Miskimon, Jacksonville, Fla.; and Mrs. Juanita McKenzie, Detroit, Mich. In the group present were their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Miskimon, Mission; nieces and nephews, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Jones, Sandra, Craig and Susan, Overland Park; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stoffer, Randy and Nancy, Prairie Village; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Finch and Ralph Jr., Wellsville; and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Venables, Ottawa; Mr. Miskimon's sister, Mrs. Fayetta Burnett, Ottawa; brothers and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miskimon, Williamsburg; and Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Miskimon, Ottawa; a sister- in-law, Mrs. Carrie Miskimon, Ottawa; and neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Birt Franks and Mr. and Mrs. John Koch, RFD 3. Among the gifts was a golden money tree with flowers made of gold lace paper doilies centered with 50-cent pieces. A white and gold cake was served with ice cream and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Miskimon were married Oct. 21, 1911, in Garden City. They have lived most of their lives in the Ottawa area. Hal Boyle THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October 23, 1961 No Better Life Than That Of The Hermit NEW YORK (AP)-Choosing a, You wouldn't have to borrow top. I'd do something about it if Workshop Patterns career is one of the great prob- ems of tife. Many men in middle age, after working a quarter century or more at one calling, wonder if they didn't perhaps make the wrong choice. They half-yearn to be something else. The office worker wonders if he wouldn't be happier if he had become an engineer. The traveling salesman wonders if he wouldn't get more kick out of living if he ran a shoe store. The doctor wonders if it wouldn't be better to be a business tycoon—and enjoy his own ulcers instead of having to treat those of others. money to contribute to worthwhile causes. You could scratch yourself in public, as the only spectators would be chipmunks and squirrels. You could flick cigar ashes on the floor and not get bawled out. You could take a shower without having to fight your way through a bathroom forest of drying nylon stockings. You could cut your own hair and not have to listen to a barber cluck, "It's getting a bit thin on Socialettes A houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin, 531 S. Cherry St., is her aunt, Miss Ann Miller, Pittsburgh, Pa. From here Miss Miller will go to Milwaukee, Wis., to attend the national convention of the American Society of Women Accountants. Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Church have returned from a vacation in the Ozarks and visits with relatives and friends in Tulsa, Okmulgee and Wewoka, Okla. Social Order of the Beauceant has scheduled the Advance Night for Nov. 16, in Masonic temple. Mrs. T. E. Bennett has returned home from Arkansas City where she attended the 3-day convention of Kansas Associated Gar den Clubs. She also spent some time with friends in Wichita. Medical Auxiliary will entertain ministers' wives at a meeting Wednesday at Mrs. C. W. Hen ning's home. Mrs. D. G. Laun will be in charge of the program Yes, at times we feel that, given it to do over again, we would choose a different career. My daydream choice is to be a hermit, a hermit with a nice home in the woods and an inherited in- ome for life. What better exist- nee could one aspire to? You would awaken to birds' ties, not the clamor of an alarm :lock. Birthday Party M-Sgt. and Mrs. Roy W. Lam bert gave a surprise party Satur day evening to observe their daughter Shirley Ann's 15th birth day. Following refreshments the girls attended a movie together. There were nine guests. You about wouldn't have paying income to worry taxes or meeting mortgage payments or dodging bill collectors. You wouldn't have to answer >eople who, in the middle of a icat wave, ask, "Hot enough for you?" You wouldn't have to wait in ine at a checkout counter in a supermarket. You wouldn't have to look for a parking space. You wouldn't have to explain to a wife why you took the 7:12 commuter train home instead of the 5:53. You could .gain 15 pounds in weight without a guilty feeling that you were letting down civili-, zation. Oh, there are a lot of advantages to being a hermit. Such as: You wouldn't have to go to cocktail parties. You wouldn't have to listen to after-dinner speeches, attend PTA meetings, fight crabgrass, or shovel a path to the garage on snowy days. Class Party Friendship Class of First Baptist Church went to Garnett Lake shelterhouse yesterday for a basket dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Ecman Jones of Garnett, formerly of Ottawa, wers hosts. Mrs. Mae McAnelly conducted a short business session. Thirteen members and nine visitors were present. The guests included Dr. and Mrs. Ray Jennings and family, Bruce Reynolds, and the Jennings' houseguests, Setsuko and Kieko Fujiwara, Yokohama, Japan. I were you, sir.' i Oh, it would be wonderful out, there—alone in the peaceful! woods. No headlines to scare you j silly, no maniac motorists to { make you leap for the safety of the curb, no peddler at your door trying to sell you an electronic can opener. You could let the dishes pile up in the sink for a week at a time if you chose. You wouldn't wear holes in your pants reaching for tips to placate hatcheck girls, waiters, and cab drivers. You would never, never, never have to ask the boss for a raise. Each evening as the sun sank in glory you'd sit in your front porch rocker, patting your hound dog's head, as you broded over the one big decision of the day: "What shall I do tomorrow—go hunting, or go fishing?" When you get right down to it, why doesn't everybody run away j to the woods and become a hermit? sr: FRANCIS, BIRD FEEDER I9"HIGH PATTERN 444 YOUR LEAFLESS GARDEN will take on new interest with the Patron Saint of wild creatures presiding over a bird feeder. The figure is cut out of wood with details painted in dark brown. Pattern 444, which gives actual-siza guides for it and the shelter with back bin that feeds grain into the front tray, is 35c. It also is one of four patterns in the Bird House and Feeder Packet No. 32—all Queen Candidate Sharon Whirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Whirley, has been chosen as one of five candidates for Jackie Frost, the queen of the fall 4-H dinner dance Nov. 3, at K-State, Manhattan. Miss Whirley, an O.H.S. gradu ate, is a freshman at the university. 15% DISCOUNT on Dry Cleaning CASH and CARRY Gorsage Cleaners 118 W. 3rd for $1.—The Ottawa Herald Pattern Dept., Bedford Hills, New York. SHIRTS 5 Fo/1.00 Same Day Service Laundry & Dry Cleaning Launder-lt 111 E. 2nd CH 2-4195 Mgrs.— Arietta Marconett and Beulah Page Does BLADDER IRRITATION MAKE YOU NERVOUS? After 35, common Kidney or Bladder Ir- ritatlona often occur and mar make TOU tenee and nervoua from too frequent, burning or Itching urination both day and nliht. 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