The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 16, 1961 · Page 4
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Nov. 16, 1961 Westminster Circles In Meetings The three Woman's Association circles of Westminster United Presbyterian Church held meetings in homes of members yesterday. The lesson topic was "New Churches for New Times." Dorcas circle hostess was Mrs. R. R. Redmond, with Mrs. John Morton assisting. Mrs. B. F. Bowers led the worship service, and Mrs. Ruth Wickard directed the lesson. Mrs. J. F. Barr presided. Thirteen were present. Martha circle meeting was conducted by Mrs. J. R. Cheney who also presided. Mrs. Wallace Wells presented the lesson. The hostess was Mrs. W. A. Penny. Fifteen members and one guest, Mrs. John Douglas, attended. Lydia circle was entertained by Joan McCandless, assisted by Mrs. S. Martin Brockway. Mrs. Ted Strain assisted. Mrs. John Douglass and Mrs. Earl Read gave the lesson. New officers for the group are Mrs. Douglass, chairman; Mrs. Rex Christie, co-chairman; Mrs. John Finder, dinner chairman; Mrs. Larry Williams, secretary; Mrs. Lyman Corlis, worship chairman. Sixteen members were present. Guests were Mrs. 0. R. McCandless and Mrs. A. C. Carpenter. Baptist Circles Meet In Homes First'Baptist W.M.S. Circles held study meetings yesterday in the homes of members. Esther Greentnum circle meeting was conducted by Mrs. Floyd Minnick, vice chairma, who opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Orlis Cox was hostess assisted by Mrs. Lawrence Lundstedt. Plans were made for the Dec. 20 meeting when treats will be prepared for shutin members. Mrs. J. S. Petersen gave devotions on the topic, "Comfort and Pace." She gave verses of thanksgiving from Psalms 117 and 118 and closed with prayer. Mrs. A. B. Martin, program leader told of the lives of two notable women. Mrs. Helen Barrett Montgomery, a distinguished Baptist, was first president of the American Baptist Convention, head of the Baptist Foreign Missionary Society and translator of the New Testament from the Greek into English. Mrs. Eugenia Price, author, lee TWO-IN-ONE is a classic fake alligator pouch with outside swagger pocket and covered frame with a spring bar lock. A matching carryall completes the set. It contains a comb, nail file, mirror, clothes brush and a pocket for a hanky, toys and money. Can be used as a separate little purse. turer and radio script writer, was the other. Excerpts were given from Miss Price's book, "Woman to Woman." After the meeting closed with the Lord's prayer, refreshments were served to the 14 present. Eleanor Stimson circle hostess was Mrs. John Reynolds, assisted by Mrs. Charles Perry and Mrs. Howard Lee. Mrs. James Grogan gave the devotions using a Thanksgiving theme. The meeting opened with hymn singing. The program leader was Mrs. Frank Pflug who reviewed an article by Elton Trueblood regarding the church as a redemptive society, giving the incident where Christ compares the church to salt when it loses its leavening power. Mrs. Tom Dillon told of the work in Baptist Christian Centers, and Mrs. Donald Haugh spoke on juvenile protection as provided in Baptist Youth Camps. The meeting closed with a prayer by Mrs Loren Ames. .Sixteen members and two guests attended. Eileen James circle program was arranged by Mrs. J. B. Stewart. The guest speaker was Mrs. Marion Hume, of Lawrence, formerly of Ottawa, who spoke of .he various missionary fields in South America. She told-of the people and their customs and showed a number of slides depicting the industries of the counties. Mrs. Hume had spent three or four months in South America where her nephew is employed. Contribute To Hospital Princeton Circle No. 33, Ladies of Grand Army of the Republic, voted a $20 contribution to Wadsworth V.A. Hospital for coupon books Tuesday. The meeting was in Princeton city hall with a potluck at noon. Mrs. Harlan Cannady presided. Plans were made for the Christmas meeting on Dec. 12, when members will bring magazines for V.A. Hospitals. Cooking 7 s Fun FAMILY DINNER Old-fashioned families used to adore cottage pudding!! Why not give your own brood a chance to enjoy this simple dessert? Chile con Came Rice Combination Salad Crusty Rolls Cottage Pudding Tokay Suace Beverage ; .,. COTTAGE PUDDING 1% cups sifted cake flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 A teaspoon salt % cup butter or margarine % cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 egg Vi cup milk Sift together the flour, baking powder and salt. Cream butter, sugar and thoroughly. vanilla; beat in egg Beat in gently just until nnooth each time the flour (in 4 aaditions) alternately with the milk; do not overheat. Turn into greased 8-inch square cake pan. Bake in hot (400 degrees) oven about 25 minutes or until cake tester inserted in center comes out clean. Cut in squares in pan and serve warm with a pudding sauce. Donations By Army Mothers U.S. Army Post No. 4 obligated three members, Mrs. F. Lundstedt, Mrs. H. A. Feuerborn and Mrs. Marshall Allen at the meeting Tuesday in Memorial auditorium. Mrs. Ward Ralston presided. The group voted contributions of $10 each to Gold Star Mothers, to Wadsworth V.A. Hospital for a coupon book, and $10 each to Wichita, Topeka and Wadsworth V.A. Hospitals for Christmas gifts. Mrs. Albert Caleb was appoint ed chairman to send boxes of cookies and candy to boys in service overseas. Mrs. William Gossett and Mrs. Ray Harper were appointed to send cards and gifts to boys in the States. Elected to a nominating committee were Mrs. Tom Liggett, Mrs. Ray Harper, Mrs. Leland Monroe, Mrs. Ernest Young and Mrs. Jesse Gragg. It was voted to renew magazine subscriptions to V.A. Hospitals. Mrs. Ward Ralston and Mrs. $uth Blood gave reports on the national convention in Kansas City. It was voted to have a potluck dinner and an exchange oi 50-cent gifts at the Dec. 12 meeting. It was planned that several members will attend a dinner by the Emporia Post on Dec. 4. Thirty - three members were present. Guests were Mrs. Bil Gilchrist, Woodlake, Calif.; Mrs Maggie Wetherholt, Springfield Ohio, and Mrs. John Ellis. Mrs. Carl Furman, Mrs. Sam Johnston and Mrs. Floyd McCullough served refreshments at the close. Reunion- Is Held A family reunion was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schulz, Rantoul, Sunday. Present were Charles Schulz and Melvin; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schulz, Neta and Ethel; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schulz, Butch, Ronnie, Bob and Billie; Mr. and Mrs. et Schulz and Bim; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schulz and Doug; Mrs. Albert Schulz, Leota, Ed, Jim, Jack, David and Victor, all of Rantoul; Mrs. Thelma Needs, Ethel, Connie and Linda, Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. Claud Aubry, Vicki and Steve, Lawrence; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Webster and Sam, Irving, Tex., and Mrs. Bill Bres- tor and Cheri, Winston-Salem, N. C. HIP-HUNG PANTS - Call- fornia fashion designers say bare midriff is next, with American women wearing outfits like this with hip-hung low-waistline pants and bolero-length top that fail to meet by quite a margin. tees appointed for the all-day meeting on Dec. 20 in the church with a dinner at noon for mem bers and families. A program and gift exchange will be afternoon features of the meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Proffitt, Mrs. Elsie Ferguson a n c Mrs. Jennie Stewart, with Mrs Grace Baughman assisting. Club Forecast Friday THE SENIOR CLUB. Youth Center FAIEMOUNT BIRTHDAY, Mrs. Ralph Overstreet NAOMI CLUB. Mr. Lee Shobe HELPFUL SERVICE, Guest Day potluck at North Baptist Church EMERY GREEN community, 7 p.m. potluck supper HAWKINS community. 7 p.m. Thanksgiving supper Earnest Workers Mrs. Cora Melcher gave devotions to open the Earnest Workers Sunday School class meeting yesterday: in Fellowship hall of Trinity Methodist Church. She gave Scripture, hymns and prayer. Mrs. Ben Gibson presided. It was voted to give two comforts recently made to a needy family. The 11 mmbers answered roll call with poems or Scripture. Reports included 26 sick calls and a number of cards. Plans were made and commit- Celebrate Birthday Children and grandchildren of Mrs. Edith Millington, 901 Cypress, helped her celebrate her birthday anniversary o n Armistice Day. Those unable to attend sent gifts and cards. Attending were Mrs. Kenneth Porter, Mrs. Anna Mae Leecy, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Honn, and their families, Ottawa, and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Shelton and Gayle, Chris and Nancy Burnett, Wichita. Other relatives and friends called during the day. Beveled and Piain Edge MIRRORS For Any Room in Your Home STJFFRON Glass Go. 418 N Main Ph. CH 2-2515 6 BIG ROLLS of Qbnnoisseur CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAP Factory Priced at $1.98 At WHITE'S You Get All 6 Rolls for Only • WM ^^*»I 89c (Enough beautiful wrapping paper for all your Christmas Gifts) "The Small Store with the Big Deal" WHITE'S Furniture & Appliance Your Franchised G.E. Dealer CH 2-4637 330 S. Main Here Are the WINNING NUMBERS for the DOOR PRIZES for attending our Christmas Open House Party, Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1961: 81576 -- Electric Coffee Maker 81284- Electric Toaster 81268-Portable Radio 81394 -- Electric Popcorn Popper 81281 - Timex Wrist Watch 81520--Toy Doll 81483-Toy Wagon GAMBLES Your Christmas Store Union Chapel Church DONATION SALE 2 miles east Rock Creek School Monday. Nov. 20th . . . 1:00 P.M. Livestock; hay; straw; grain; poultry; eggs; farm equipment; cream separator; furniture; 2 gas stoves; lawn mower and numerous other articles. Not responsible in case of accidents Auct. Gordon James Clerk: Glen Hayward (Lunch served at noon by W.S.C.S.) Mrs. C. W. Hegberg was hostess with Mrs. R. W. Mitchell, Mrs. John Henley and Mrs. F. J. Lundstedt as assistants. Mrs. Htr- old Letchworth, chairman, opened the meeting with prayer and conducted a brief business session. Mrs. Glenn Moon gave the devotions based on a Thanksgiving theme, using Psalms 103 for her scripture. 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