The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 13, 1961 · Page 7
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eymoon at Miami Beach, Fla., nd will return through Washing- on, D. C. The bride attended Clark's business College and is employ- xl by Sinderson, Henning and dueller, Ottawa accounting firm, 'he groom was graduated from Kansas State University, Manhat- an, where he was a member of 'hi Delta Theta fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Sims will be at lome in Richmond where Mr. iims is in partnership with his ather. MBS. RONALD EARL SMS (Wright Photo) Rosalie Jockman Weds Ronald Sims Rosalie Clara Jockman, Gar- aunt of the bride, cut the cake nett, and Ronald Earl Sims, Richmond, were united in marriage Saturday in St. Moniface Catholic Church, Scipio. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Jockman, Garnett, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Bernard Sims, Richmond. Arrangements of woodwardia terns, four large baskets of gold and bronze chrysanthemums and lighted candles in branched candelabra formed the altar setting. Rev. Leonard Kinzler read the double ring ceremony at 9:30 a.m. The children's choir sang "Ave Maria," "Heart of Jesus Hear" and "On This Day, 0 Beautiful Mother," accompanied by Sister M. Bertrand, organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of crystal white skinner's satin styled with a stem bodice and a scalloped scoop neckline highlighted with re-embroidered Alencon lace dotted with sequins and seed pearls. The long sleeves tapered to points over the hands. The voluminous skirt, having ap- plique Alencon lace motifs, was fashioned with a double bustle at the back and cascaded into a chapel train. Her veil of French illusion fell from a Continental crown of Borealis crystals. She wore a diamond pendant on a platinum chain, and rhinestone earrings. She carried a crescent bouquet of white chrysanthemums and deep pink miniature roses. Roberta Peine was maid of honor. Other attendants were Marjorie Mae Setter, Mrs. Robert Ferguson and Betty Lou Lickteig. They wore ballerina dresses of emerald green satin peau. Each was styled with a V-neckline, short sleeves and skirt accented at the back with a bustle topped with a bow. Matching headpieces held their circular face veils. They carried Red Star mums on fold velvet muffs. Wearing dresses styled like those of the attendants were junior bridesmaids, Joyce Jockman, the bride's sister, Carolee Pickert and Linda Lickteig, also the flower girl, Jolene Lickteig. Kent Heintz of Illinois acted as best man. Groomsmen were Donald Jockman, brother of the bride, Bob Muir and Ronald Stansbury, Salina. Ringbearer was Dennis Lickteig. Ushering were Jerry Nuss, Jetmore, and Jack House, Overland Park. The bride's mother wore a sheath of gold velvet and satin peau with matching gold accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore * green ensemble with brown accessories. Their corsages were Harvest Moon and Orange Delight roses. At the reception the table was laid with pleated white net with large white satin bows at the corners. Heart-shaped cakes surrounded the four-tier cake decorated with sugar bells and hearts, pink roses, cupids and love birds. Mrs. Henry Flack, Garnett, Serving the cake and punch were Alberta Wolken and Orlee Lick teig, Garnett and Wilma Lick teig, Greeley. Mrs. Jim Furman Manhattan, was in charge of th guest book. A dinner was served at 2 p.m in the St. Boniface hall for rela lives and friends. At 6:30 p.m. a supper was served to the brida party, relatives and friends at thi home of the bride's parents. I wedding dance was in the evenint at the Armory in Ottawa. For traveling, Mrs. Sims chos a Nassau blue sheath with mal ching accessories and the chry santhemum and rose corsag from her bridal bouquet. Mr. aix Mrs. Sims left for a two-week hon Celebrates Birthday Celebrating her 87th birthday on Tuesday, Nov. 7, was Mrs. lermina Phares, Wellsville. Mrs. Phares was born in Switzerland and came to the United States when she was 4 years old. The family settled in Wisconsin for one year, then moved to Kansas. Mrs. Phares recalls the days when her father operated resiling machine, going from [arm to farm with a crew of men. She then had charge of the cook shack which followed the machine and cooked three meals daily for from 7 to 14 men. It was while doing this that she met her husband-to-be, Elbert Phares, of Shelbyville, Ind., who was one of the pitchers on the threshing crew. Phares had come west to engage in this type oi work, and Mrs. Phares says she considers herself lucky that "he happened to strike our machine." The couple was married in 1904 and on their wedding trip weni to Indiana to visit his parents They remained in Indiana tha winter, and returned to Kansas at threshing time. With the ex ception of two winters spent in Colorado, they made their home thereafter in Kansas. When they quit the threshing operation, they moved to a farm southwest of Wellsville where they lived for 12 years prior to mov ing to Wellsville five years ago Mr. Phares died four years ago At 87, Mrs. Phares still leads an active life. She attends thi W.S.C.S. of the Wellsville Metho dist Church and always finds time for church work. Her hobby is making hooked rugs. In addition, she plays both thi autoharp and the organ. Announce Adoption Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman Pomona, announce the adoption o a 7-month-old daughter, Chery Ann. MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR S. ALLEN 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Allen, RFD 1, their four children and 'amilies, including nine grandchildren, celebrated the couple's Golden Wedding anniversary with a dinner yesterday at Hill House. Mazzie E. Beard and Mr. Allen were married on Nov. 8, 1911, at :he bride's home in Baldwin. Rev. fl. E. Pasley performed the cer- emony at high noon. The couple has lived in Franklin County dur ing the 50 years and in the same farm home four miles south of Ottawa for 42 years. Children of the couple are Arnold R. Allen, Mrs. Gordon Daugharthy and Jack W. Allen, Ot tawa, and Louis R. Allen, Hammond, Ind. Choice Of Presidential Retreat Up To Jackie THURMONT, Md. (AP) Whether Camp David is to become a weekend retreat for President Kennedy rested today with his wife and daughter. Kennedy brought his wife, Jacqueline, and his daughter, Caroline, to the isolated camp in the Catoctin Mountains of western Maryland Sunday for the first time. If Mrs. Kennedy and Caroline like the mountain camp, the Kennedys may abandon or at least spend much less time at Glen Ora, their leased Virginia country estate near Middleburg. Caroline will be 4 Nov. 27. Camp David served as a hideaway for Kennedy's three predecessors in the White House- Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman and Dwight D. Eisenhower. The Kennedys flew here Sunday for an overnight stay after attending Mass at St. Stephens' church. They brought several guests, including Kennedy's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Smith of Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spalding of New York, long-time riends; and Princess Lee Radzi will of London, Mrs. Kennedy's ister. Camp David, located on a mountain top, is in the Catoctin National Forest, cloaked in misty nd chilly weather. The Kennedys and their guest were kept comfortable by fires in open fireplaces in the big living lining room and each of the four >edrooms of Aspen Lodge. . . . RICHARDSON'S DO IT AGAIN . . . MID-SEASON SHOE CLEARANCE FREE! With first 25 shoe purchases I pair $1.35 Mojud HOSIERY RICHARDSON'S Famous Brand Shoes... Hundreds of Pairs Quality, Fashionable, Women's DRESS STYLES ... ALL NEW PATTERNS From our regular stock All Shoes... Fitted... From Our.. Regular Stock.. - ENTIRE STOCK NOT INCLUDED -• $o 88 Regular to 14.95 Sizes broken, but all size! in the group. Life Stride... Air Step JACQUELINE • REDS • OTTER • GRAPES • TAUPE • BLACK • GREEN GROUP... LIZARDS - Alligator, with Calf. Were 16.95 NOW $11.88 RICHARDSON'S SHOE STORE SHOP WEDNESDAY NITE! OPEN 'TILL 8:30 SALE STARTS TUES. Nov. 14th For A Limited Time ... Only Club Forecast Tneiday AMERICAN LEOION AUXILIARY ARMY MOTHERS CHAPTER AD, P.E.O., Mrs. A. C. Carpenter ROTARY ANNS, Mrs. F. H. Parks NORTH BAPTIST W.M.S. Circles. Frances Kearney, Mrs. Neal Sayler Qlenda Wheeler, Mrs. Harry Pratt MARC1A CUDWORTH W.M.S. Circle, Mrs. Richard Pearson WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD LEND-A-HAND Class, at Trinity Methodist Church CALVARY BAPTIST W.M.S., at churc Gives Travelogue For DAR Program "A Travelogue on Europe,"' resented by Mrs. Evaline Conay, Paola, was a program fea- ure for General Edward Hand Chapter, Daughters of the Amerian Revolution, at their meeting aturday. Mrs. Conway, Paola High chool teacher, is a member of ic chapter. Her five weeks' tour f Europe was in the spring of 960. She was in Athens, Greece, rior to and during : the Easter eason and devoted most of her emarks to this experience. The aster season is observed there with many beautiful religious pro- essions and ceremonies in which he people take an active part. She attended a pre-Easter eve- ling service in a Greek Orthodox Church. There were no benches r chairs in the church, the congregation standing until the serv- ce was over. Then all traffic n the streets is stopped and congregations from all churches oin together in the street, each >erson carrying a lighted candle, rhey form a procession and march to the Acropolis and to the op of the mountain where the candles are blown out. She described it as looking like a river of light flowing down the moun- ain side. She attended Easter sunrise THE OTTAWA HBRAlf) J Monday, November 13, 1961 service at the Areopagus or Mars lill, west of the Acropolis. On Eastern evening there was another large service attended by :he king and honored guests. Fol- owing the service, the king's cavalary perform, the men riding perfectly matched horses, one group mounted on all white horses and another mounted on all brown horses. There also is folk dancing. Red is the predominant color for Easter, and lambs and chickens colored red are everywhere. The main fare at Easter is rare meat, bread and re- sinated wine. She said the Greeks are very proud of their wines and, to discourage the Turks from drinking up their supply, they added resin to the wine; but to no avail — the Turks liked the resinated wine equally as well. She said the men of Greece seem to enjoy walking and every evening they gather in the streets by twos, threes or small groups, dressed in their good black suits, and walk up and down. They bend slightly forward, hands clasped behind their backs, and each one has a small string of V beads in his hands which he keeps in constant motion. She called them "worry beads" and brought back a string as a souvenir. She also spent some time im Madrid and said that Franco kept the people in complete ignornace as to how much United States money came to Spain and how many bases were there. The American 'service men are not permitted to wear their uniforms on the streets. Uniform dress is restricted to the bases. She said this was the only country where her money was counted both on her, arrival and departure. In all the countries she visited, she found the people very friendly and courteous with none of the "Yankee go home" attitude. Mrs. J. R. Henning gave the National Defense report. In observance of the Chapter's 62nd anniversary this month, Mrs. H. H. Fowler gave a brief biographical sketch of General Edward Hand, aide-de-camp to General Washington, for whom the chapter is named. Mrs. D. C. Whitaker was hostess. Assisting were Mrs. J. J. Smith, Mrs. M. W. Cecil, Mrs. James Ogg and Miss Marguerite Davenport. Mrs. Edwin A. Lee, Paola, and Eileen Gaddis, Ottawa, were guests. Mrs. Otis Shipps was welcomed as a new member by Mrs. L. 0. Gaddis, regent. There were eighteen members present. Program Follows Dinner The Harvesters held a 1:15 p.m. potluck in Westminster United Presbyterian Church yesterday with a program following. Guests were Rev. and Mrs. David Coleman, Quenemo. Mrs. Coleman gave a talk about her native country of Germany. The Colemans attend school in Kansas City and Mr. Coleman serves pastorates in Michigan Valley and Quenemo. Mrs. W. B. Smith introduced the speaker. Hosts for the dinner 'were Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Redmond and Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc* Johnson. 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