The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 10, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, January 10, 1963
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Mrs. Foley Heads Army Mothers MRS. NORA FOLEY Many Attend \en House For Scotts Many relatives and friends attended the New Year's open house in observance of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scott, Quenemo, at the home of their son, John Scott, and family. Eight children and their families were present. Included were Mrs. Paul Sullivan, Holt, Mo.; Mrs. Ray Johnston, Monterey, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott, Mr. snd Mrs. Vernon Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Benford Scott and Charles Scott. Unable to attend were Mrs. Joe Liquori, New Jersey, and Wai Mrs. Nora Foley was installed as commander of Army Mothers Post No. 4, at the meeting Tuesday in Memorial Auditorium. The state commander, Mrs. Leland Monroe, also a member of Post No. 4, was installing officer. The retiring commander, Mrs. Chester Bechtle, pinned Mrs. Foley with a commander's pin. The junior past commander, Mrs. Ward Ralston, pinned Mrs. Bechtle with a past commander's pin. The charter was draped for Mrs. Laura Young, a charter member of the post. Mrs. Loycl Murray presented the charter and Mrs. Albert Caleb and Mrs. Marie Gossett advanced the colors and Mrs. Bechtle, Mrs. Foley, Mrs. Sam Johnston, Mrs. George Starbuck and Mrs. William Me- Clintic took the five points. Mrs. Ted Johnson was at the piano. Annual reports were given by standing committees. It was reported the post gained 12 new members during the past year. It was reported that 13 fruit plates were delivered at holiday time and six gifts sent to hospitalized Franklin County veterans. Plans were made for a chicken- noodle supper, Jan. 29. Serving refreshments were Mrs. Elmer Bell, Mrs. Ray Harper, Mrs. Marie Gossett and Mrs. Caleb. Visitors were Mrs. Foley's daughters, Mrs. W. P. Shepard and Mrs. Clifford Nutt. Hints From Heloise Bundled Papers Stay Unscattered THE OTTAWA HERALD, Thursday, Jan. 10, 1963 5 COMMON INTERESTS — Mrs. George Greer, president of First Baptist Church Women's Missionary Service, visits with the four Baptist Scholarship students attending Ottawa University, who plan careers of Christian service. Seated with Mrs. Greer are Dorothy Brueggeman, Parsons, and Carol Cange, Rochester, N. Y. (right). At back are Karen Smith, Codell; and Charlene Lacy, Parsons. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Christian Service Their Goal with the Army in lace Scott, Germany. The serving table was covered Kith a lace cloth over gold, and had a floral centerpiece of gold and yellow mums. Punch bowl and cups were gold color. The three- tier wedding cake was decorated with tiny gold bells and yellow roses and topped with a white crown carrying the figure "50" in gold surrounded with a gold floral horseshoe. Mr. Scott presented Mrs. Scott with a yellow gold wedding band to replace her ring lost several years ago. The couple received an electric blanket from the children. Mrs. Scott also received a yellow gold watch and Mr. Scott received a set of gold and black onyx tie and cuff link set. There were many other gifts and cards. ICS Three Top For Lesson Omicron Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, had three program topics last evening at Mrs. John Gutschenritter's home. Mrs. Don McKelvey discussed, "Our Own Home," Beverly Hjort, "Pleasures of Possessions," and Mrs. Tom Jor- Jan, "The Connoisseur." A letter from the international office in Kansas City was read commending the corresponding secretary. Mrs. John Jones assisted in serving refreshments. June Arima Is Guest Speaker Ottawa University student, June Arima, guest speaker for Westminster Woman's Association last evening, was introduced by Mrs. Douglas Gleason. She told of Japan, the country of her birth, touching on the limited resources, the parliamentary form of government and the t h re e most important religions. She gave them as Shintoism, indigenous to Japan; Buddhism, introduced in the 6th Century; and Christianity with some 600,000 followers. Miss Arima told of the country's modernization and of the status of women now gaining equality with men in business and professions. She stated that in relation to other countries, Japan maintains a peaceful policy. Mrs. Wallace Hart, new president, opened the meeting with a prayer and Miss Carrie Adams gave devotions. Mrs. C. T. Johnson was chairman of the hostess committee which served refreshments. Other members are Mrs. Ted Strain, Mrs. John Douglass, Mrs. Carl Igel, Mrs. Robert Luce, Mrs. James Chandler and Mrs. Joel Towner. The program theme, "Abound in Love," was given yesterday in Elliott hall for First Baptist WMS by the four American Baptist scholarship girls attending Ottawa University. They are Dorothy Brueggeman and Charlene Lacy, Parsons; Karen Smith, Codell; and Carol Cange, Rochester, N. Y. The young women are chosen for the scholarships on the basis of character, scholastic ability and qualities of leadership. They plan to take up some form of Christian service work upon graduation. Miss Lena Hutchins gave devotions and Mrs. Gene Mohr gave a vocal number. There were vocal numbers by a quartet made up of Mrs. Frank Thayer, Mrs. Walter Pancratz and Mrs. Tom Dillen. Mrs. Jim Grogan dedicated the love gift. During a business ses- sion conducted by Mrs. Greer the society adopted the 1963 budget. It was announced that 11 blankets were given to Church World Service in December and 10 Ib. old nylon hose donated to Japanese Welfare Service. Book Review For Program Mrs. Winton Winter, guest, reviewed the "I Don't Like To Cook Book," last evening for One-To-Six Club at Mrs. Jack Stephenson's home. The club contributed $5 to the March of Dimes. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Paul Moore and Mrs. James Snider. Refreshments were served at the Dedicate Love Gift Maza Evans WMS of North Baptist Church dedicated a love gift of $9.30 and took a special collection of $3.11 at Wednesday's meeting. Mrs. 0. 0. Tucker presided and gave a prayer after the opening hymn. Mrs. J. H. Kirkwood gave the devotional topic, "To Walk Alone With God." Mrs. Tucker read letters from special missionaries and Mrs. A. W. Keefer gave a White Cross report. Mrs. V. C. McDowell closed the meeting with prayer. By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: When I throw out last week's newspapers, I roll them up and tie them with my old nylon stockings. Perfect! They sit behind the garbage can and the wind never blows them away. Constant reader Dear Heloise: Are you an only child? An only child No! I have a younger brother and an identical twin sister Even our bus- bands can't tell us apart. One of three children Dear Heloise: Fabric softeners are recommended for preventing static electricity in synthetic fabrics! Also, do people know that the lack of humidity in the air is the chief cause of static? It is more noticeable in dry, overheated homes in the winter. . . but is practically unheard of in the summertime. If a washcloth just won't come clean after Junior wipes his face with it (without using soap!), scour the bathtub and basin with the washcloth using a good bleach- containing cleanser. It will also clean the cloth junior used. When I removed the wallpaper from my bedroom, I discovered very uneven "rough" plaster. No 'inish coat. the walls looked so bad they reminded me of road maps. I asked my hardware dealer what I could do at minimum cost. He recommended using texture paint to fill in the uneven places. There are inexpensive brands of texture paint and these can be tinted any shade you like. I used a dark shade to further hide the unevenness, and in some places applied it by rubbing it on with a rag instead of using a brush Mrs. J.P.B. Dear Heloise: Never throw away that old dish dryer rack. It's the handiest thing in the world to take in the garden when gathering your beets, potatoes, and so forth. Then, just place your rack under the water faucet or garden hose and let the water spray on the vegetables. One does not need to handle the vegetables when washing them this way and the water will drain off. Steady reader Socialettes Franklin County Nurses travel pictures of Japan shown by Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Trump at the meeting last evening. Mrs. H. J. Terrill was hostess assisted'by Mrs. Floyd Minnick. Announcement was made of the polio vaccine project Sunday. Friendly Forum class of tht Church of the Brethren held • chili supper Tuesday evening it the church. Mrs. Richard Turner was in charge of recreation and games. To conclude the meeting members formed a closed circl* and sang, "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." Gray Ladies received their assignments for the next two months at a meeting Tuesday morning at Mrs. G. C. Fredeen's home. Twenty-two attended. Stripes for the year were presented to 18 members with a minimum of 60 hours volunteer work for the year. close. Mrs. Don also a guest. W. Jones was Baking Tips A butter - type cake that is under - mixed may have a soggy layer at the bottom, but this sogginess may also be the result of using too much liquid in proportion to the dry ingredients. Child Study Club Meets Mrs. T. E. Fleming gave the lesson topic, "When Children Ask About Sex," for Child Study Club last evening. Mrs. Irvin Ross was hostess. During roll call, arranged by Mrs. Glenn Underwood, mem bers told of special interests they share with their children. Refreshments were served during a social hour. Dear Heloise: One good way to launder a Women reported 216 hours of volunteer work at Ransom Memorial Hospital for the past two months. crinoline petticoat is to dip it up and down in warm soap or detergent suds in the bathtub and then rinse it under the shower, without wringing it. Hang it by the waist band to dry, using a skirt hanger with clothespins. If you like a stiff, bouffant effect, apply full strength plastic starch to the petticoat after it is dry. I removed the musty odor from my closets by placing a pan of water containing household ammonia on a high shelf at the back of the closet and leaving it overnight. Mrs. J. N. Reinig For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin, Agent IN E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without a doctor's prescription, our product called GALAXON. You must lose ugly fat in 7 days or your money back. No strenuous exercise, laxatives, massage or taking of so- called reducing candies, crackers, cookies, or chewing gum. GALA- XON is a tablet and easily swallowed. When you take GALAXON, you still enjoy your meals, still eat the foods you like, but you simply don't have the urge for extra portions because GALAXON depresses your appetite and decreases your desire for food. Your weight must come down, because as your own doctor will tell you, when you eat less, you weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. GALAXON costs $3.00 and is sold on this GUARANTEE: If not satisfied for any reason just return the package to your druggist and get your full money back. No questions asked. GALAXON is sold with this guarantee by: KAISER DRUG STORE - 42t S. Main. Mail orders filled. Ottawa Roller Rink Public Sessions Wed. and Fri. 7:30 to 10:00 Sat. nights 8:00 to 11:00 Private Parties CH 2-9704 Mon., Tues. and Thurs. Sun. 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(TELEVISION'S GRANDPA McCOV) $2.99 V 3 OFF SKIRTS (Wool Lined) SWEATERS (Wool & Acrylic) SLAX (cotton and wool lined) 130 pairs — Sizes 5 - 20. 25% to 50% OFF ONE RACK DRESSES AND ROBES -150 garments — (Values $6 to $25) — This group includes some cottons for daytime wear, ((just recently arrived,) and some are dresses just taken out of regular stock, and others are semi-formals that we purchased last year, and need cleaning or hemming up. All are good values. $4.99 ONE HUGE TABLE.. .. '/ 2 PRICE Here is the place to stock up on gifts you'll be needing all year! Included on this table, are many small gift items, formerly priced at $1 and $2. There are scarfs, jewelry, petti pants, and panties, fancy gowns and pajamas, other lingerie (mdse. not reduced till now). All our winter hats, a few each of bras, Keds, purses, blouses, hose, gloves, wigs, sweaters, and diaper sets for baby boys and girls. 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