The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 14, 1963 · Page 5
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iV"" 1 , National Defense i For DAR Program General Edward Hand Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, met Saturday at the home of Mrs. R. D. Harris. The program, devoted to National Defense, was presented by Mrs. J. R. Henning, National Defense chairman. Mrs. Henning reviewed a recent issue of Guideposts, a monthly magazine. This issue, entitled '"What Can I Do About Communism," discussed the following questions: "Do you know the Communist timetable for taking over America? Do you know what the Communists believe — about religion, about capitalism, about war? Do you know how and why an American becomes a Communist? Do you know what is the single greatest obstacle to the growth of Communism in the world?" In regard to the Communist timetable, Guidepost states, "Communism is aggressive. It plans ahead, economically and politically. That the plans are seldom completed by the date set, if ever, does not deter the Communists. They always can devise a new plan, with a new timetable, but their objective remains unchanged. "The Communist master plans for world conquest was stated by Epiphany Setting For WSCS WELLSVILLE - An all - white worship setting in keeping with the color for Epiphany was used in Hays Hall of the Wellsville Methodist Church for the meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Charles Pierce, who led the group in repeating in unison the purpose of the WSCS and The Lord's Prayer. Reports were given by the following secretaries: Mrs. Rowena Pinkerton, Christian social relation; Mrs. Phillip Jacoby, children's work; Mrs. Robert Hagen, youth work; Mrs. Jennie Lytle, student work; Mrs. Oren Carroll, spiritual life. The report of Mrs. Paul Warren, secretary of supply work, was read by Mrs. Marion Bosworth in Mrs. Warren's absence. Mrs. Pierce reported on the quadrennial stewardship program with emphasis on tithing Monday night at Lawrence. Contributions to the Delia C. Lamb Home last month was reported at $45. 73. Mrs. W. D. Farney discussed the book, "Ministry of Mercy,' which is supplementary to the mission study being held on Sunday nights during the month ol January. The theme of the study is "The Church's Mission to Persons of Special Need." Mrs. Farney said that compassion for those in need may be shown in the Christian way ol helping through our churches, or phanages and hospitals. Lenin in these words: "First we will take Eastern Europe, then the masses of Asia, then we will encircle the United States which will be the last bastion of capitalism. We will not have to attack, it will fall like an overripe fruit into our hands.' " The American Bar Association in 1958 reported that during the 25 years before 1958, the United States had had 3,400 meetings with the Communists. This led to 52 major agreements and Soviet Russia has broken 50 of them. In summary, Guideposts states, "A Communist government rules by absolute dictatorship, claiming for the state all property and means of production. It abolishes individual freedoms and creates spiritual emptiness in the eople it controls." Newly elected officers of the lapter are first vice - regent, Irs. F. A. Trump; second vice egent, Mrs. T. E. Gleason. Re- ected were Mrs. C. T. Geiger egistrar, and Mrs. H. H. Fow- :r, librarian. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. )on Madtson, Mrs. H. A. Schnel e, Mrs. Geneva Kelsey, Mrs. H \. Reeves and Mrs. Anna Rus ell. There were 14 members pres nt, including Mrs. Grace Bell who has rejoined after a leave f absence. Miss Louise Walker was elect ed a delegate to the National Con inental Congress, Washington ). C., in April, and Mrs. Henry 'arker and Mrs. Otis Shipps were lected alternates. Delegates elected to the state onference in Wichita in Marcl ire Mrs. J. R. Henning, Mrs. F A. Trump, Mrs. B. F. Bowers flrs. Otis Shipps and Elaine Gad is. Alternates elected were Mrs D. Weilepp, Mrs. C. T. Gei ger, Mrs. D. C. Whitaker, Mrs Geo. Clelland, Mrs. 0. L Brecken ridge, Mrs Glen Wicke, Mrs Gred Gardner, Mrs. D. L. Young Vtrs. Henry Parker and Mrs Harold Tetwiler. Mrs. L. 0. Gad [is, chapter regent, also will at end. Club Forecast Tuesday BETA GAMMA, Mrs. Bruce Spears B It PW Club, dinner ENTRE NOUS, Mrs. Tom Gleason PEO Founder's Day dinner FAITH CHAPTER. Gold Star Mothers GARFIELD GARDENERS, Mrs. Clarence Nauman JAYCEE JAYNES, Mr«. Terry Cox FRIENDSHIP CHICLE, Mrs. Walter Pohl WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION, First TJ. P Church FAITH LUTHERAN GUILD, at church 7:30 p.m. UNION CHAPEL WSCS, prayer clrcl JOB'S DAUGHTERS HAWKINS GRANGE PROMENADERS Square Dance Club WANT TO WARM A HEART ON A COLD DAY? Select Dairy (Home Owned) CH 2-1607 1030 N. Main SELBY CANNON Set April 20 Wedding Date Crescent Program On Musicians WELLSVILLE - The Crescent Club welcomed Mrs. Kenneth Hausler as a new member at its meeting at the home of Mrs. Jim Nabors. Two papers were given. In her paper, entitled "Musical Stars," Mrs. Oren Carroll brought to the foreground two who are among many. One is Mezzo-Soprano Grace Bumbry, 25, who made her Manhattan debut in Carnegie Hall. At a get-acquainted hour after dinner one evening while attending the Methodist United School of Missions at Baker University, Baldwin, this summer, Mrs. Carroll happened to choose as her friend to introduce a woman from St. Louis. This woman proved to be Mrs. Benjamin Bumbry, mother of Grace Bumbry. Another musical star Mrs. Carroll spoke of was Albert Schweitzer of whom she said: "From the age of five he had studied piano, but for him, the organ was the instrument that held all the wonders of the world. Learning to play it was not work, but a rare privilege through which he could express his appreciation of all things beautiful. In her paper on "Music Com- THE OTTAWA HERALD C Monday, Jan. 14, 1963 9 Socialettes Social Order of the Beauceant will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Masonic temple. The engagement of Selby Cannon to Lt. George Frederick Kaiser, United States Army, has been announced at Fort Bragg, N. C., by her parents, Col. and Mrs. Linden Kinder Cannon Jr., of Tallahassee, Fla., and Fort Bragg. The wedding will be April 20, in an Episcopal service at the Main Post Chapel, Fort Bragg. Miss Cannon was graduated from Florida State University in June, 1962. She was president of Iota Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority and was selected to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. She is teaching in the Fayetteville, N. C., city schools. She DRAKE'S BAKERY For Rolls-Donuts-Pies and all other bakery products makes her home with her parents at Fort Bragg where her father is assistant commander, XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery. Lieutenant Kaiser is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kaiser, 1123 S. Cedar. He attended Kansas State University for one year where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epislon fraternity. He was graduated from the United States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., in 1960. He is assigned to A Battery, 319th Airborne Artillery, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg. posers, Mrs. J. C. Jones Jr., presented the life of Frederick Chopin, born in 1810 in a small village near Warsaw, Poland (then Russia). He was a pianist at the age of eight. His first published work was a Rondo in 1925. Mrs. Jones also spoke of the life of Franz Joseph Hayden, who was born in 1732 in Austria. The next meeting of Crescent Club will be with Mrs. Roy Burbridge on Jan. 22. Mrs. Harold Good will tell about our flag. Mrs. Donald Coughlin will give a paper on some Kansas laws. Wellsville Brolvnie Troops Meet WELLSVILLE - Second Grade Brownie Troop 319 had a lesson on handcraft at its meeting in the kindergarten room at the schoolhouse. Leaders handed out Brownie catalogues at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Bill Roberts is leader, and Mrs. Earl Kahler, assistant leader. At the meeting of Third Grade Brownie Troop 316 at the Wellsville Baptist Church, half of the girls played games and half used the church kitchen to bake cookies which were served as refreshments. Mrs. W. E. Lesh is leader, and Mrs. Bob Hagen, assist ant leader. Fourth Grade Brownie Troop 318 is working on Girl Scout requirements. The girls are reminded that it is the time for registering. Adults who will be registering with the girls are Mrs William McLaughlin, leader; Mrs. T. J. Bivins, assistant leader; Mrs Louis Brecheisen, troop committee chairman; Mrs. Frank O'Nei and Mrs. Joanne Baldwin, troop committee members. The Wells ville. Baptist Church sponsors the Brownies. Name New Hope WMS Officers WELLSVILLE - The election f officers was held at the meet- ng of the Woman's Missionary ociety of the New Hope Baptist Church. Elected were Mrs. Ethel Millr, president; Mrs. Ray Eversmeyer, vice president of m i sions: Mrs. Becky Kirchhoff, vice ^resident of scholarship and re- it; Mrs. M. McWilson, vice presi- ent of Christian training; Mrs. I. B. Shoemaker, pianist. A review of the book, "Make Your Faith Work," by Dr. Lauis 1. Evans, was given by Mrs. 0. ). Garrett. The book is an ex- wsition of the Book of James, tvhich is the Bible book of the month. The president, Mrs. Eversmeyer, presided. Roll call was on listoric women witness. Mrs. Shoemaker was roll call leader -,etters of appreciation were ead from the scholarship girls for Christmas gifts received from the WMS. Mrs. Kirchhoff gave the love ;ift devotions, taking her Scrip ,ure from the Book of James Wrs. Shoemaker gave the closing jrayer. The meeting was at the lome of Mrs. Percy VanHorn with Mrs. Carroll Whiteford, co lostess. Your old piano or musi- sal instrument is worth more on a new . . . WURLITZER At... BUTLER'S Birthday Club Prints Recipes WELLSVILLE - A favorite •ecipe was read and turned over to Mrs. Tom Chambers for printing into recipe books for the members use at the meeting Tuesday, Jan. 8, of the Briles Birthday Club. Each took her favorite dish to the dinner. The noon dinner and afternoon meeting were at the home of Mrs. ihambers. For the opening, members told of a gift they wanted from their secret pal this year. Mystery gifts were received by Mrs. Elton Vickers, Mrs. Tom Chambers and Mrs. Orval Garrett. Guests were Mrs. Ralph Batdorf, Mrs. Iryine Bowman and Mrs. Lonnie Chambers, Richmond. Mrs. Bowman became a new member. The next meeting will be Tuesday, Feb. 12, at the home of Mrs. Charles Craig. It will be an all- day meeting with dinner at noon. 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