Lawrence-Johnson Vows Solemnized The marriage of Helen Ann Lawrence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lawrence, 1226 S. Cedar, and Donald Eric Johnson, Pcoria, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric C. Johnson, Kansas City, Kas., was solemnized Sunday in Westminster United Presbyterian Church. Rev. E. E. Caylor performed the ceremony at 3 p.m. in a setting of baskets of oakleaf chrysanthemums, potted palms and wrought iron candelabra holding white wedding tapers. Sherwin Snyder gave organ music, and Mrs. Bruce Spears sang "Through the Years" and "0 Perfect Love". The bride's gown was of deep ivory Italian silk with bodice of Chantilly lace featuring a high Victorian collar and three-quarter length sleeves. The very full skirt extended into a court train and was accented by a front panel of Chantilly lace. A Princess Eugenia hat of matching silk trimmed with wax ed orange blossoms held her il lusion veil. Her bouquet was of pom pom white chrysanthemums white-edged ivy and white frosted grapes centered 'with a purple-throated orchid. Mrs. Lee Karr, Wichita, was matron of honor for her sister Bridesmaids were Mrs. Wallace Gibson, Bethel and Mrs. Shirley Sebring, Kansas City They wore identical dresses of bisque taffeta designed with oval neckline, cap sleeves and empire bodice. The slim skirt featured back folds extending around the front hemline. Their bouquets were of oakleaf chrysanthemums interspersed with sprigs of wheat and green ivy. MR. AND MRS. DONALD E. JOHNSON (Wright Photo) The groom's niece, Joy Ann Johnson, Kansas City, Kas., was ringbearer. She wore a dress of toast nylon chiffon over russet taffeta with a halo and wrist corsage of matching pom pom chry santhemums. Wallace Johnson, Kansas City. Kas., acted as best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Lawrence Worrall and Gerald Rush- felt, Mission, and ushers were George Corbett, Mission, and Thomas White, Kansas City Kas. Charlotte P. Thayer, Kansas City, was at the guestbook. The bride's mother chose a co- mo blue brocaded satin dress with matching hat and black accessories. Her corsage was of white cymbidium orchids. The groom's mother wore a two-piece dress of cocoa silk with black ac cessories and a corsage of white cymbidium orchids. A reception was in fellowship hall of the church. A crystal epergne containing white candles, white pom pom mums, white grapes and ivy leaves centered the serving table which was laid with an antique white linen cloth. A three-tier bride's cake was at one end and the punch bowl at the other. The couple will be in Nassau, the Bahamas, for a two-week honeymoon and, after Nov. 20, will be at home at 5338 North Longwood Drive, Peoria, 111. The bride, an O.H.S. graduate, received her A.B. degree from Kansas University where she was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She received her master's degree from Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. The groom is parts representative, Latin American operations, for Caterpillar Americus Co., a division of Caterpillar Tractor, Peoria. He received his bachelors and master's degrees from Kansas University where he was a member of Phi Kappa Tau, Delta Sigma Pi and Beta Gamma Sigma fraternities. Program Includes Speaker The guest speaker for Ottawa Council of Church Women World Community Day program Friday afternoon in Westminster United Presbyterian Church was Derek Kelly, O.U. student whose parents are missionaries in Cap Hai- tien, Haiti. The theme was "The Freedom to Know". Mrs. Henry Alban, council president, was in charge, and Mrs. Richard Fisher gave the opening meditation. Mrs. Glenn Moon led the call to worship. Dean Zook led group singing A special number was a vocal olo, "It Took a Miracle," given iy C. J. Milton Jr., accompanied ly Mrs. J. R. Henning. Fifty-four student kits were as- ;embled and about 50 lb., of chil dren's clothing brought. It will be aken to St. Louis by Manley Yucking Co. for world distribu ion to people in need. More than 150 women attended Election, Travelogue For Club Ottawa Garden Club elected new officers at the meeting last evening and had a travelogue for the program. Officers are Mrs. Charles Mavity, Sr., president; Mrs. Nell Hackler, 1st vice president; B. B. Phillips, 2nd vice president; Miss Nellie March, secretary, and Mrs. C. C. Adamson, treasurer. Miss Thelma Egginton, na turalized American citizen from Ireland, gave an account of her trip last summer to Ireland, Scotland, England and Austria. She showed color slides which in- cluded views of gardens where she had worked, scenery and city photos. Owen Followell conducted the business session which included plans for the Christmas meeting on Dec. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Blair will be in charge of the program. The dinner committee includes Mrs'. M. R. Shoger, Mrs. T. E. Bennett and Mrs. W. C. Harding. Members will bring Christmas decorations or ideas. Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Harding told briefly of attending the Kansas Associated Garden Clubs convention recently in Arkansas City. A potluck supper preceded the meeting. Fifty-one members were present. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. B. Smith Haworth, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Conway, Mr. and Mrs. George Lee and Mrs. Mary Black. Chapter Hears Report Mrs. Jim Rodgers gave t report on her recent trip to the state Beta Sigma Phi convention in Topeka for the Omega Chapter meeting last evening. Mrs. Duane Hall was hostess. The chapter voted to have one fund-raising project during the summer to send delegates to the state meeting. It was announced the Hallowesta project netted $5.51. It also was announced that the pledge ritual and ritual of jewels will be read at the three-chapter meeting at Youth Center Nov. 13, at 8 p.m. Past Matrons For the program for Past Matrons Club last evening, Mrs. W. H. Douglas gave a talk on flower arranging. The 19 members gave household hints for roll call. Plans were made for the Christmas meeting at Mrs. S. S. Bergs ma's home. Roll call will be Christmas ideas, and there wil be an exchange of $1 gifts. Mrs. G. C. Fredeen was host ess, assisted by Mrs. Chalmers Clark, Mrs. R. P. Crow, V. (Vet* and Mrs. H. F. Duvall. BRIDE-ELECT - Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McEvoy, 620 N. Oak, announce the engagement of their daughter, Wilma Jean, to Homer Leon Barklcy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barkley, RFD 1, Baldwin. The wedding will take place the evening of Nov. 17. Family Dinner THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, November 7, 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gilmore gave a family dinner Sunday for their son and family, Sp 4-c and Mrs. Loren Wayne Gilmore and baby son, Loren Wayne Jr. He has been stationed at El Paso, Tex., but will leave Nov. 20 for duty in Germany. His wife and baby will remain in Garhett. Others present for the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. James Parks and children, David, Kathy, Dennis and Brian, Pomona; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wheat and Bradley, his grandmother, Mrs. A. T. Marcham, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Overstreet, all of Ottawa, and Becky and Benny, children of the hosts. Entertains Music Club Terry Mohr entertained the Al- egretto Music Club last evening at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gillette, EIFD 1. Members played piano solos and ensemble numbers. Written theory work was directed by the club sponsor, Mrs. M. A. Welty. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Gillette, Mrs. Gene Mohr and Terry. There were 15 guests present including Terry's great- grandmother, Mrs. C. F. Witt, Frisco, Tex. Ten members attended. Club Seivs At Meeting Columbian Shakespeare club sewed rug rags for blind hospi talized veterans yesterday at an all-day meeting in First Christian Church annex, and served a covered dish luncheon at noon. Mrs. J. E. Berry conducted a short business session. Members brought Christmas cards and stamps as well as monetary offerings for gifts for veterans. Mrs. Frank McNutt, Veterans' chairman for the club, will take the things to Wadsworth V.A. Hospital later. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. McNutt, Mrs. Howard Mann and Mrs. Albert Hamm. Club Forecast Wednesday BETA SIGMA PHI, 3-chapter meeting ZIOZAOOERS, Mrs. W. S. Suits TOT-TO-TEEN, Mrs. Wlllard Lister, potluck SKILTON MUSIC CLUB, Mrs. Kenneth Davis L.W.. Mrs. C. E. Buckner 'RANKLIN COUNTY NURSES, Mrs. Lee Roberts, 7:3'0 p.m. 'HILD STUDY. Mrs. Don Hoglund VHMAN'S ASSOCIATION. First United Presbyterian Church EEKERS CLASS, Trinity Methodist Church UNION CHAPEL W.S.C.S., all-day at church REBEKAHS Has Lead In Play A former Ottawan, Shirley A. (Mrs. Tom) Rea, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Ted Strain, is playing the part of Auntie Mame in the play by that name being given this week by Kansas University Theater in Murphy hall. The production is based on the best-selling novel by Patrick Dennis and revolves around the story of Mame Dennis. Auntie Mamc is an apparently scatterbrained woman who loves life and lives every minute of it to the absolute utmost end. Mrs. Rea, graduate student, has 19 major costume changes in the play. There are 14 sets and a cast of 40 characters. Curtain time each night is 8 p.m. except on Friday when the time is I I p.m. Fry Them When you have leftover sweet potatoes you can cut them in thick slices and arrange them in a baking pan; spread them with soft butter and heat them in a hot oven. Measurements When you want to cover the top and sides of an 8-inch square cake with confectioners' sugar frosting, you'll need to use V/z cups of the sugar with 2 tablespoons of butter and margarine and aboul IVa tablespoons of cream, milk or fruit juice. Add a tiny amounl of the liquid at a time so you'll have just the right consistency for spreading. 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