The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 27, 1961 · Page 7
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~1 Republican Women Plan Meeting A meeting of Northeast District of Women's Republican Club will be Nov. 1 iii Eldridge Hotel, Lawrence. Speakers will be state senator Donald Hulls and state representative Odd Williams. Registration will precede the meeting which starts at 10 a.m. A smorgasbord will be served at 1 p.m. The Lawrence group is hosting the event. Reservations should l>e sent to Edythe Norman, 919 Crestline, Lawrence, by Monday. Ottawa women who plan to go may call Mrs Ethel Seymour, Franklin County chairman, or Mrs. J. Stepbenson to arrange for transportation. Auxiliary Meeting V.F.W. Auxiliary voted last evening to contribute $5 each to V.A. Hospitals at Wadsworth. Topeka and Wichita. Mrs. Garland Hinkle presided, and Mrs. Victor Sowers was conductress. Mr-, Junior Hazen was initiated. Letter? were read concerning the district convention in Kansas City Nov. 4 and 5. Mrs. Chester Louderback ; hospital chairman, announced that a sewing bee and potluck will be held soon to prepare 88 pounds of rug rags purchased. Plans were made to buy articles for cheer baskets to be made up at the district convention for the hospitals. It was voted to buy six more American flags for Scout troops, Cubs and Brov.7iies. Announcement was made that Mrs. Hinkle, Mrs. Bob Robinson, Mrs. Chester Louderback, Mrs. Roy Lambert and Mrs. Carl Furman have completed their orientation course at Topeka and are eligible to be volunteer V. A. hospital workers. The October birthday of Mrs. Henry Smart was observed. It was announced that during the membership drive dues have been collected for 39 toward the quota. After the meeting the Post and Auxiliary had refreshments together. Hostesses were Mrs. Lois Mclntosh and Mrs. Jess Medlen. HER OWN WORK — Mrs. Arlon Jones, Centropdis, holds ins and modern equipment are features of kitchen. (Herald one of her oil paintings which hangs on living room wall as she Photos by Lois Smith) stands in kitchen of new family home. White tone birch built- Ann Landers Bees Get Honey And Fly Away EXTERIOR VIEW — Easy maintenance is a feature of mahogany siding exterior of new Arlon Jones home which Mrs. Jones designed. Grading is incomplete and landscaping yet to be done. Oil Painting To House Planning Special Pi'ogram Soroptimist Club had a guest program last evening given by Dr. J. E. Wallen. He presented a tape recording of an address, "The American Free Enterprise System", by Dr. Kenneth McFarland. Mrs. Orpha Jones was hostess, assisted by Mrs. Dwight Campbell and Peg Carr. They served refreshments. Mrs. J. R. Hudelson conducted i brief business ses- gion. Mrs. Wallen accompanied her husband to the meeting. There were 15 members present. Mrs. Arlon Jones, four miles Her latest and largest drawing west of Centropolis, has been | p,.^ was the plan for the home painting landscapes for several \ ,- , ,, f , , , . • • which was recently years and has teen drawing pic-' tures since during her school | Sne worked ° " completed, i t all sum- davs. Circles In Joint Meet I mer. She reports that very few r-hanges were made in her plan, and they were mostly additions including a clothes chute from bathroom to basement. The exterior of the home is of I varnished mahogany siding. The Sarah and Elizabeth Circles met together at An unusual feature is the storage in the bathroom, as it is convenient to'keep underclothing and other garments there rather than in the bedrooms. The basement has a large family room, guest room and a second, fully equipped kitchen. "We have lots of help that I cook for, and I find the second kitchen indispensable," Mrs. Jones says. One may enter the basement W.S.C.S. I kitchen walls are taken up withjf rom stairs in the kitchen, Dear Ann Landers: Your corn- ball advice is making me sick to my stomach. When teenage girls write and ask how to be popular why don't you level with them instead of dishing out that goo about being loyal, friendly, interesting, and "fun to be with?" Anybody whose skuil is on straight knows that the way to be popular is to have a rich father so you can live in a beautiful home and buy the latest gone platters for your stereo. It also helps if you have a new car. If a girl doesn't have any of this she absolutely must have a beautiful face or at least knock-out measurements. So muffle that drawing-r o o m ANN rattle, Granny Landers and give the cats the hip scoop.—SAPPHIRE NEEDLE Dear Needle: I receive plenty of letters from girls who are sitting in their lovely homes—alone, with their beautiful faces and knock-out measurements, listening to the gone platters. The kids are gone, to. They left when they became bored. And it didn't take long. The way to have friends is to make people want to be around you. This takes warmth and sparkle. The expensive trappings may attract a few bees, but they sip the honey and then fly away, away. Dear Ann Landers: The letter signed "Getting Tired" was the story of my life. My husband is wealthy. He owns eight apartment buildings. I used to clean the apartments when a tenant moved out, just as "Getting Tired" did. Finally I got tired, too, and quit. He had to hire two men to replace me. My husband neglects his teeth and they are falling out of his mouth. He refuses to see a dentist because "they charge too i Mrs. Jones also gives some as- j much." His eyes are bad but he sstance to her busbnd in his op- wears dime store glasses be- eration of a dairy business. He cause eye doctors are "too ex- milks about 35 cows three times pensive." car is falling apart. Our home is a disgrace to thej neighborhood because it needs painting and repairing. I make all our child's clothes band sounds like a dingbat. Tell him to give you a decent allowance at once or you will leave and he'll have to pay for two homes—yours and his. j The law says a husband must j support his'-wife and family. Educate yourself with the help of a lawyer and then throw the book at him. Confidential to S.O.S. 7-11: Your sister is trying to operate outside her orbit. These decisions should be yours, not hers. Tell her so promptly. SCARED STIFF: You can't keep this kind of a "secret" much longer. Tell your parents immediately. TORN BETWEEN T W 0 LOVES: If your wife is as wonderful as you say she'll urge you to go to your mother's bedside — alone. Leave the decision to !her. Tot-To-Tcen Club Meets Mrs. Paul Perkins was hostess for Tot-To-Teen club meeting Wednesday evening assisted by Mrs. Lowell Fouts. Mrs. James Warnock presided. Mrs. Boyd Cooper gave the program topic. "Problems of Teen- Agers". The club voted M r s. Keith Gaeddert into membership. A dessert was served to the 13 members present. THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, October 27, 1961 Socialettes Woman's Association of First United Presbyterian Church will hold its annual Thank Offering service on Oct. 29 at 10:30 a.m. at the church. Rev Maitree Charlburut, pastor, will be the speaker. I< is reported that Mrs. Glenn Ainsworth gave a report of the recent Rebekah Assembly meeting in Liberal for the Rebekah meeting Wednesday evening. Mrs. Grace Duvall has returned from a month's trip. In Reno, Nev., she visited at the home of her son, Wayne Duvall, and family. and took a number of side trips. En route home she visited with her son, Charles Duvall, and children. Aurora, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Emile J. Barnes have returned from a trip of almost two weeks. They went via Wichita and were overnight guests of her sister and husband, the Earl Longworths. In San Antonio, Tex., they visited at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Ray Morris, and family. They stopped overnight with Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Boatman, lately of Ottawa, and in Chanute they called at the Ralph Ward home. to be done, also landscaping. She brought several of her paintings from the old house to hang in the new home. First! white-toned birch built-ins, and Methodist Church last evening to j the walls in other rooms are of hear a program on ca", presented by Black. "Latin Ameri-! light mahogany. Mrs. Mary j "The house is designed with i our particular needs in mind," The program included a skit. Mrs. Jones says. "Everything is Taking part were Mrs. Jack Had-1 practical and easy to care for, as ley, Mrs. John Kuchera, Mrs. j well as being attractive. Storage Herbert Blecha, Mrs. Fred Ad- and built-ins are special f e a- Eastern Trip Rev. and Mrs. William Weber and children, Jacquelyn, Pamela and Scott, have returned from a 9-day trip to Lockport, N. Y. They were accompanied by Mrs. Weber's parents, Rev. and Mrs. John Kejr, Wilson, and all went to attend the wedding of Mrs. Weber's brother, Donald Kejr, Oct. 21. They traveled through 11 states and into Canada. They drove out of their way to tour Washington, D. C., and also visited Niagara Falls. They visited Mrs. Weber's sister in Michigan. • IOCM n-es Let Flowers Say The Words It IB Impossible To Find. amson, Mrs. Melvin Dixon, Mrs. Robert Hollon and Mrs. Harold Leitnaker. Mrs. Jack Allen gave devotions. Twenty-seven attended. Hostesses were Mrs. Jack Davis. Mrs. Glenn Bigelow, Mrs. Bob Miller and Mrs. Harlan Miller. Club Forecast Saturday COUNTRY CLUB, Halloween costume party tures.' Mrs. Jones says the large number of cupboards, cabinets and drawers in the kitchen required 66 antique handles and door pulls, and in the bathroom are 24. In addition to the roomy kitchen with breakfast bar, there is a large living room with dining space in one end, master bed room and room for son, Kelly Lee, 7, and a hall connecting bed rooms with bath. or through the garage to the outside. The drive curves around the front of the house and slopes down into the basement. In the basement each 24 hours, a practice which j Our old he finds increases production be- ~ tween 20 and 30 per cent. Mrs. Jones says that her husband's project during her house! because my husband won't give planning was cementing of feed me money to buy anything. Ij lots and holding pen for his herd, i havenlt had a new dress fa five She said he planned the pipeline Family Visits Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. William Boucek are their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Boucek and Greg, Chattanooga. Tenn., who will leave this evening. Mr. Boucek has been in Arkansas City on business for his company, Dixie-Portland Flour Co.. of which he is a superintendent. Other family members present for a supper last evening were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roth, Cottonwood Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boucek and B. J. Richter WSCS Has Program Richter Methodist W.S.C.S. program topic at the church yesterday was "Churches of New Times", given by Mrs. Chester Burgess. Mrs. Truman Milton, Mrs. John Staadt and Mrs. Herbert Howell. Hostesses were Mrs. W. E. Crawford and Mrs. Herbert Howell. Mrs. Ted Beauchamp gave devotions, and Mrs. John Staadt conducted business. Officers gave reports on the district W.S.C.S. meeting held in Ottawa last week. milking parlor with under the' wllile ne was laid front porch area is a small fallout shelter. The top of the garage is a concrete slab with biult-up sides which forms a nice patio opening off the first floor kitchen. Mrs. Jones says that much grading work for the yard is yet ing a car accident. bulk tank- up follow- years. He claims he loves me, yet he says if I don't like the arrangement I can move out. I'm think"I'm glad that my biggest proj- ing ° f d ° ing JUS ' that ' but * ect has turned out so well,' Jones says. 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