The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 9, 1961 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Ottawa, Kansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 9, 1961
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Woman's Association Airs. N. A. Chambers gave devotions on the first chapter of I John at the meeting of Woman's Association of First United Presbyterian Church last evening. Mrs. George Louderback was hostess. Mrs. Roy Bones gave the prayer cycle report, reviewing the ecumenical work in India and Alaska. The lesson theme was on Africa and was presented by Mrs. Raymond Shields. She reviewed the* book, "Safari", by Tom McMaham, the story of Billy Gra ham's crusade in Africa. She also reviewed a talk given recently by Dr. Furbays, T.W.A. global educator. Mrs. R. L. Stevens was in charge of a business session. Visitor Gives Glimpse Of Turkish Home Treasures By BERN1CE HOLDEN Wellsville Correspondent It's a long way from here to Turkey, but for a glimpse of that c o 11 n t r y's handiwork down through the ages we have only to call on Mrs. Carl Ruddell, Wellsville. Mrs. Ruddell, who comes from Izmir (Smyrna), Turkey, is here with her daughters, Germaine and Lorraine, while her, husband, S- gt. Carl Ruddell, is in Green- and for a year's service with Air Force. He is the son of Ir. and Mrs. Tom Ruddell, Wells/ilk. Stepping i Guest On Program Mrs. E. J. Harris was guest j speaker for Child Study Club last I night at the home of Mrs. Don | Hoglund. She told of a 6-week visit with friends in Venezuela one summer and showed slides. Mrs. Allen Unruh was program chairman. Mrs. Floyd Coffman was in charge of roll call and gave each member a pertinent fact to read aloud about Latin America. Mrs. Dean Royse was a guest. TWIN SISTERS - Kelly and Shelly Morris are the 4-month- old twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dorrell L. Morris, Concord, Calif. Grandmothers are Mrs. Betty Merriam and Mrs. Georgia Morris, Concord, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Spencer, Gtrnett. are great-grandparents. Socialettes Union Chapel W.S.C.S. held an all-day meeting yesterday at the church. The members gave reports in the morning and served • covered dish luncheon at noon. Afternoon features were the prayer circle and study course, "The Evangelism of Jesus". Nine members and one child attended Zigzaggers Club Meets Class Works On Comforters Seekers .Sunday School class of Wnity Methodist Church worked on comforters at the meeting in Fellowship hall. Mrs. Emile Barnes conducted a business session and Mrs. Jess Underwood gave devotions. For roll call, members gave ar tides on Thanksgiving. Reports included 21 cards sent, 28 calls made and seven bouquets deliver ed. A committee was appointed to prepare Thanksgiving fruit plates for shutin members. Plans were made for the annual Christina: potluck on Dec. 13. Mrs. W. S. Suits, hostess for Zigzaggers club last evening, gave i demonstration of one-thread sewing and of the use of a free- arm sewing machine. Members displayed articles they had sewed and other Christmas gift ideas. Plans were made for he annual Giristmas meeting on Dec. 13, at Mrs. Walter Butler's home, when members will exchange gifts. Rebekahs Meet Mrs. Agnes Stoffer presided at the Rebekah meeting last evening in I.O.O.F. hall. Mrs. W. V. Becker was introduced as a member of the mileage and per diem committee. Mrs. Minnie Shawver and Mrs. Glenn McFadden served refreshments from tables-decorated with fall flowers. Twenty-seven attended. DECEMBER RITE - Mr. and Mrs. Everett Higdon, Princeton, announce the engagement of their daughter, Florence June, to Johnnie Ernest Milliman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amnerst Milliman, also of Princeton. The wedding is planned for Dec. 23. Both Miss Higdon and Mr. Milliman are employed by Hallmarks, Lawrence. I the Ruddell home onto what we were told was a red Ushak rug of pure wool, this visitor had he feeling that it might sudden- y "take wings" and bear us aloft, in magid carpet fashion, to ier own native land. It is one of an entirely hand made collection of Turkish rugs obtained by her father over a pe riod of some 40 years, and she says quite frankly that the col- through the doorway Answering our inquiry for additional information, Mrs. Ruddell pointed out that she did not wish to' appear unduly concerned with the past when it is the present that counts. Her great great grandmother, she explained, was the Countess d'Antichamps, a first cousin of :he famous French writer and poet, Chateaubriand. He wrote a poem for her great great grandmother's wedding which she would never part with and asked to be buried with her along with all the family portraits. Souvenirs were very dear to her, Mrs. Ruddell said. Pointing out two quite ection is her pride. Some of her collection are smaller rugs made, not for use floors, but for use as cush- furniture. These Turkish wall plates, Mrs. large Rud dell said they were of origin Ku tahia. They are 500 years old am have been handed down in her family. A cheaper quality o Kutahia is made now, she added and the raised design on the plates is now very rare. She has several paintings. T\v are by the Hungarian artist. F Zsabo. and one bv A. Remi is painting that had belonged to he on ions on are a great-great-grandmother. Two oth ers are by a Greek artist, Iths sios, whose work has gainec recognition in the past ten years Some of his paintings have bee ions on lunmure. i.«*e ^ « purchased bv the art museum handsome addition to her sofa and ' Athens She "„!.,„ v, Q . snm * W9 chairs. She also has some made of what termed 'silk wool' so called because of its fine and delicate texture. This wool is taken from Club Forecast Frid»y THE SENIOR CLUB, Youth Center 8»l«r««T D.A.R., Mrs. D. C. WhlUk«r Demonstration For Program The Tot-To-Teen program las evening was a demonstration by I Mrs. Newt Brown on making Christmas decorations and favors. Each member then made a favor. Mrs. Willard Lister was hostess, assisted by Mrs. James Warnock and Mrs. R. E. Boyer. Preceding the program was a turkey dinner with members bringing their favorite Thanksgiving dishes. Sixteen were present. the belly of the sheep when it is young. Serving tea at her carved antique Japanese table while seated on an authentic Louis Phillipe mahogany sofa, Mrs. Ruddell explained that the sofa and its matching arm chairs and chairs once belonged to her maternity great-great grandmother who was from Brittany in France. some colors which she believes to hav been painted by a Russian artis From a French glass cabinet, Mrs. Ruddell withdrew a pure white alabaster Chinese vase which had been given to her father by the Turkish Minister of the Interior. Her father has his own tobacco business, and engages in commerce with the American and German firms. Among other articles of interest that the cabinet holds are two clay plates which were found in the antique ruins of Ephesus, ne of the seven towns of Asia linor, B.C. A tear vial from the tiins is said to have been used or burial in the tombs, filled /ith the tears of mourners. In the dining room of her home, Irs. Ruddell showed us a brass ay, hand etched, that had be- onged to the Sultan's household nd bears the stamp to verify it. Jso from the Sultan's household vas a sterling silver hand-made -ase that is one pound of solid ilver. Another very rare and precious wssession is the liqueur cabinet nadeof rosewood, which dates back to Louis XVI. It is complete with a stand inside, bottles and {lasses. These are just some of the rare and lovely furnishings in the Ruddell home. Because shipping them from place to place has caused some damage, ' Mrs. Rude! hopes to dispose of them before it becomes necessary to move again. It is her hope that when Carl': assignment in Greenland ha been completed he will return to Turkey arid she and the girls can join him there. It was in her home country that she met Carl in 1956 when he was serving with NATO. They were married the same year. In March, 1959, they came to Wellsville for a visit prior to going on to Keesler A.F.B., Biloxi. Miss., where Carl was stationed until July of this year. Looking ahead to the future, we asked Mrs. Ruddell what type of furnishings she planned for her home when she had disposed of those she has presently. She ex- alained that, if she returned to Turkey, she would prefer Greek furnishings, which are hand-made and hand-carved. However, there will likely be at least one American made furnishing in her home for, as she emarked with appreciative aughter, "Nothing can beat the American spring mattress." THE OTTAWA'HERALD Thursday, Nov. 9, 1961 Measuring Tip Should a recipe call for a pound of ground cooked meet, you'll need about four cups. COLD FEET ... 7 A generation ago some people thought rubbing the soles of the feet with grease would ward oft' a head cold. Today, we know better. Adequate rest and a well-balanced diet go a long way toward preventing colds. But, sometimes even the best precautions aren't good enough. When you are ill—whether you have a cold or something more serious—effective -medications are important. They can be the difference between pain or comfort . . . slow or fast recovery, Let your physician decide the remedies you need. Then come to us for the prescribed medication. Kramer Drug Store Professional Pharmacy 134 S. Main CH. 2-2055 CH 2-3547 Professional Bldf. RRsT choice ... Quality is why! DECEMBER BRIDE - Mr. and Mrs. George C. Shader announce the engagement of their daughter, Sally Sue, to Kent Adams Gildner, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gildner, Ft. Dodge, Iowa. A December wedding is being planned. (Wright Photo) Cooking's Fun FAMILY SUPPER Here's a delicious way to use leftover ham — and it's nutritious, too. Ham-Cheese Fondue Potato Sticks Green Peas Tomato Aspic Fresh Plum Pie Beverage HAM-CHEESE FONDUE 10 slices white bread 1 cup diced cooked ham 1V4 cups grated sharp cheddar cheese 2 eggs IVi cups milk Paprika Trim crust from bread and arrange half the slices in a shallow 2-quart baking dish. Sprinkle with half of the ham and the cheese. Cover with remaining bread, ham and cheese. Beat eggs slightly; add milk and beat to blend; pour over bread mixture. Bake in a moderate (350 degrees) oven 30 to 35 minutes. Serve at one* Makes 4 to C servings. Magicool does things for youl Pretty things! Lovely things I You're beautifully lifted, firmly supported by a new Magicool Bra that is so remarkable, ft can't slide or ride—-actually breathes and stretches as you dot The Magicool girdle controls your hips, waist, and tummy more comfortably than any other girdle you have ever worn! Magicool it fashioned of a new miracle molding material called 'Elastomer D" rubber that's cool because it's porous, soft because it's lined with downy Helanca, and practical because it can be machine-washed and dried repeatedly. Let Magicool take beautiful control of you today. NDER CONTROL bras girdles panties JUST RELAX! HAS YOU #1000—"Magicool" "' $8.95 f 260—" Magic oo I" longline, $7>50 #2000—"Magicool" Oval Pantic—Can'i Ride Up—Ever! $9.95 #250—"Magicool" bandeau of "Elas- tomer D" rubber. Magic Inseis in lace cups, $5.00 Your Fashion Sfore in Ottawa PENNEY'S P«nn«y'« cleans house...you reap the savings on dozens of early Santa aifft values I One Table Ladies' Sweaters 399 Why pay more—A large selection of styles and blends, assorted colors— Be sure and see these. Girls' Sweaters 399 MEN'S SIDE Only 12 of all wool suits in young men's styles reduced for fast selling. Every suit to go at this price. Size 37-38-40 12 MEN'S SUITS $ 20 Just in time for cold weather, about any style and color you want. See these while they last. Prints BOYS' SPORT COATS $4 This group of boys' coats reduced for a complete sell-out. See these before you buy. 12-18—$10 4-8 Ladies' Cotton BLOUSES 3 Yds. Cotton and arnel in a large selection of colors and styles. Push up sleeves or short sleeves. Size 32-40 $2 Scatter Rugs For Reduced from our higher priced prints to a new low. Reduced for fast selling. Only a few to yo, extra large si/e and very durable. 27x48 2 For $ 5 Ladies' Nylon Hose 2 Pr. 78' Ladies nylon sheer lose with seams. Very fine quality ho.su and unlimited wear. Jewelry 50c Nylon knit- slips with lace trimming. Full cut and fits perfectly. White. Ladies' Pajamas Sleep warm, sleep prettily in these snu» F'J.'s. Trimly tailored styles in prints. 32 to 40 1 Birdseye Diapers Strong Birdseye construction gives long dependable service. Hemmed edges are ravel resistant. 1 St/icone Treated Ironing Cover All-in-one silicone treated ironing cover with re- sistent cotton waffle pad. Fits all boards. $1 Don't miss out! Stock up now! You can charge it at Penney's

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free