The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 26, 1961 · Page 6
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, October 26, 1961 Opera Theme ForSkilton Pi ~ogram Skilton Music Club program .last evening at Mrs. R. R. Redmond's home was "A Night at the Opera", arranged by Mrs. William Kloster and Mrs. Kenneth Davis. Participating were Mrs. Willis Bennett, Mrs. "Davis, Mrs. Raymond Gillette, Mrs. Kloster, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Matthews, Mrs. Gene Mohr, Raymond Schmidt, Miss Alma Schweitzer, Mrs. Paul Shipps, Mrs. Bruce Spears, Mrs. Le Roy Teter, Mrs. A. L. Wei- born, Al Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams and Dean Zook. Accompanists were Margaret Williams, a guest, Mrs. M. A. Welty and Mrs. J. R. Henning. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Robert Conaty, Mrs. Teter and Miss Schweitzer. Twenty-six members were present. Other guests were Mrs. Al Williams, Mrs. Raymond Schmidt, Mrs. Bob Roberts and Mrs. H. P. Blunt. Snack Idea After - school snack: Cream brown sugar with butter or margarine, grated orange rind and a pinch of nutmeg. Cover toast with the spread and let bubble under the broiler. PRINTED PATTERN 4814 SIZES 10-18 Sew it one day, wear it the next! This shapely sheath is so easy to fit, and fits so beautifully. Stitch it straightaway in white or inky black faille or brilliant wools. Printed Pattern 4814: Misses Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 10 takes 2?4 yards 39-inch fabric. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of The 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, en sembles, all sizes, all in our new Pattern Catalog in color. Sew for yourself, family. 35c. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Hobson, Baldwin, will be honor guests at an open house Sunday in Ottawa n celebration of their 40th wed- ling anniversary. The reception will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Waldo Jr., 610 S. Elm, between (he hours of 2 and 4 p.m. Mrs. Waldo is a daughter of the couple. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE 1. KEATON (Wright Photo) Ottawa Couple Married Sunday Janet Gail Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd G Richardson, 915 S. Hickory, and George I. Keaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Keaton, Green River, Wyo., were married Sunday in North Baptist Church. Rev. Thomas Ingle read the double ring ceremony at 2:30 p.m. before a setting of altar baskets of white carnations, candelabra and palms. Nuptial music was by Mrs. R. L. Stevens, organist, and LeRoy Brock, vocalist. The bride's princess style gown of white Cantoni Italian velvet was styled with V-neckline, long tapered sleeves and chapel train. A pearl tiara held her illusion veil. Her bridal bouquet was of red roses centered with a white orchid. She wore a single strand of pearls, a gift from the groom The bride's attendants were Mrs. Hank Crockett, matron of honor, and Brenda Beaver, Wichita They wore red velvet sheath dresses with red organdy over skirts and carried white carnation^ botifyiets with red velvet streamers. Diane Richardson, flower girl, also wore a red velvet dress and carried red carnations. Mike Beaver, Wichita was ring bearer. Francis Keaton, Green River, Wyo., acted as best man, and Hank Crockett was groomsmen. Ushers were John Wise, Ottawa, and Danny Coons, Valley Falls. The bride's mother wore a royal blue tweed suit with black accessories. The groom's mother chose a pink lace sheath with black accessories. Each wore a white sweetheart rose corsage. Mrs. C. E. Keith was hostess for the reception in Fellowship hall, with Mrs. Jim Richardson pouring punch and Mona Stoffer cutting the cake. The four-tier white cake .was. surrounded by three heart-shaped cakes. A white rosebud floated on ice in the red punch. Red roses and smilax decorated the table laid with a white net cloth over white satin. Mr. and Mrs. Keaton left on a wedding trip to the Ozarks. They will live at 1020 Willow. The bride, a graduate of O.H.S., is employed as a steno- grapher for the National Sign Co The groom attended Ottawa Uni versity. He is employed by Kee fer Floor Covering. Rockwell Weds STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) Norman Rockwell, noted maga zine cover artist and illustrator and Miss Mary L. Punderson, retired teacher, were married Wednesday in St. Paul's Episco pal Church. It was the third marriage for Rockwell, 67. His first marriag ended in divorce in 1930. His sec ond wife died two years ago. The bride, 65, retired in 1959 after teaching English at Milton Academy for 37 years. 40th Anniversary Assisting the Waldos in giving the reception for their parents, and a family dinner preceding it, will be Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hobson and Mr. and Mrs. James Hobson, Baldwin. The family requests that no gifts be brought by relatives and friends calling in the afternoon. The Hobsons were married Oct. l5, 1921. Socialettes V.F.W. Auxiliary will hold an initiation ceremony at the meeting tonight at the club home. On Friday evening the Auxiliary will give a party at the hall for members and families. Medical Auxiliary invited wives of Ottawa ministers as their guests yesterday to hear a talk by Mrs. D. G. Laury. She gave a religion and medical report on the Baptist Conference, Green Lake, Wis., last summer. Mrs. C. W. Henning presided and introduced the speaker. Mrs. R. S. Roberts was co-hostess. A Civil Defense program will be a feature of the next meeting. Five members of the V.F.W Auxiliary took the second part of an orientation course last evening at Topeka V. A. Hospital and received official credentials to make them eligible to work with veteran patients as volunteer workers. Those going were Mrs. Garland Hinkle, Mrs. Chester Louderback, Mrs. Bob Robinson, Mrs. Carl Furman and Mrs. Roy W. Lambert. U.S. Army Mothers sewed knee robes and carpet rags at an all- day meeting in Memorial auditorium Tuesday. Members ate sack lunches at noon. It was announced that Mrs. B. G. Otto was elected flag bearer at the national convention in Kansas City last week. Leaving today for their home in Denver, Colo., were Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hartley, who have been visiting his sister, M r s. Daisy Gunn, the Lloyd Carrs Harry Dales and other relatives They attended the O.U. convoca tion activities during the weekend. E. W. Keagy, Tulsa, Okla., visited yesterday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Keagy. He was en route home from Newington, Conn., where he visited his brother, V. L. Keagy, and family. He accompanied his brother to Portland, Me., and other points. Musical Theme Mrs. John Jones was hostess j last evening for Omicron Chaplet, Beta Sigma Phi, and her husband gave the program. He told of the influence of music on our lives and of enjoyment of music, and sang several folk songs. Assistant hostesses were Doris Jane and Beverly Hjorth. Guests present were Mrs. Jerald Garrett, Mrs. Arlys Carter, Mrs. W. P. Shepard. Mrs. Charles Anderson and Mrs. Corwin Shields. mm 'ucethe WANTADS Phone CH 2-4700 JFK May Back Public Shelters WASHINGTON (AP)-President Kennedy may back a proposal to build public fallout shelters alongside newly constructed federal- state highways. If the plan is found feasible, the White House said in a letter to Sen. Thruston B. Morton, R-Ky., it may be included in Kennedy's recommendations to Congress early next year. Morton had made the proposal in a letter to Kennedy. The reply, made public Wednesday, was signed by presidential assistant Lawrence F. O'Brien. He said Kennedy considers the idea "very interesting." Morton proposed building » string of large roadside public fallout shelters in conjunction with highway construction as a means of obtaining mass protection rapidly at low cost. HaFPY dog-well fed ...Quality is why! Topping Idea Fold half a cup of heavy cream (that has been whipped, sweetened and flavored with vanilla) into half a cup of applesauce; serve over squares of warm spice cake. PORTRAITS Keep Your Family YOUNG And what « wonderful way to tell your family story to relatives far away! Hallowesta ONE-HOUR SPECIAL Large Size Indian Style Blanket or Sheet Blanket 1.64 No Phone Calls -- No Lay-aways (Limit 2 to a customer) Raffelock's"SS "Sells For Less" 213 S. Main Phone CH 2-2316 a* cppoMffiMnf for •oimoiw M your family f orfoyf Phone CH 2-4893 BELLER STUDIO over Penney's ONION NECKLACE Wearing an onion around the neck used to be fashionable—at least for cold sufferers. It's easy to see why this old-time cold remedy has now been discarded. We can't cure colds, yet, but we can relieve their discomforts . . . and avoid more serious complications by using the effective medications available today. But don't use any medicines indiscriminately. When you're ill, be sensible. Let your physician do the diagnosing and prescribing. Then, if he recommends medication, see us for quality prescriptions. Kramer Drug Store Professional Pharmacy 134 S. Main CH. 2-2055 CH 2-3547 Professional Bid* Compared with other living costs which have more than DOUBLED... THE PRICE OF ELECTRICITY IS STILL AS LOW AS IT WAS IN 1939!* THEN WHY ABE ELECTRIC SERVICE BILLS MORE TODAY? Th« anawar tt almpla. You and your trtendi and neighbors ara •tint man electricity—far more than aver Mora ... to injoy tolnMon, radio and hl-fl ... to light and h«at and cool jour home*... to cook, dtan and saw... to wa«n, dry and iron your dothae ... to protect perishable foods . . . to Mb «cnea... te do a noet <rf other daily chores around to* name. 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