The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 23, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 23, 1963
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MR. AND MRS. DAVID W. WILSON (Wright Photo) Johnson-Wilson Wedding Sunday Barbara Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Johnson, Williamsburg, and David W. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson, Osawatomie, were married Sunday in Ottawa First Methodist Church. Rev. Charles P. Knight performed the ceremony before a setting of baskets of red carnations and candelabra entwined with ivy. Candles were lighted by Joyce Peed, Williamsburg, and Nancy Pontious, Garnett, who wore white crystalline dresses with short jackets and red carnation wrist corsages. Mrs. W. R. Binns was organist. Sharon Bond sand. "I Love You Truly," and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride wore an acetate and satin gown with a short chapel train. There was lace applique on the bodice front with a neckline scalloped in front and shaped to a "V" in back. The buttoned sleeves came to points over the hands and the "V" torso in back was accented with a large bow. A tiara of pearls and crystals held her silk illusion veil. The bride carried a white orchid and red roses on a white Bible. The bride's sister, Mrs. Darrell Cearfoss, Shawnee Mission, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were another sister, Lila Johnson, and Mrs. Larry Koehler, Emporia. The attendants wore white cotton brocaded dresses with rounded necklines and bell shape skirts. Large white fabric roses and tulle formed their headpieces. They carried red carnation nosegays. Bill Coddington, Innesota, acted as best man - Groomsmen were Hollis Hunt, Osawatomie, and John Thomas, Troy. Ushers were Darrell Cearfoss, Shawnee Mission; Larry Koehler, Emporia; and Larry Anderson. The ring bearer was David Me- Vay, David City, Neb. The bride's niece, Teri Jo Hunt, Osawatomie, was flower girl. The bride's mother chose a navy blue three-piece ensemble with white accessories. The groom's mother wore a b'ght blue two-piece dress with beige accessories. They wore pink rose corsages. A reception was held in the church social rooms. On the table laid with a lace cloth was the four-tier wedding cake decorated with tiny red roses and encircled with smilax. Mrs. Charles Peed and Mrs. Lyle Fouts served the cake and Frances Salmon, Fowler, poured punch. Mrs. Hollis Hunt was at the guest book. Sheri Ann Hunt passed out rice bags. For going away the bride wore an emerald green suit with black and white accessories and the white orchid from her bridal bouquet. After a short trip the couple will be at home at 1019 Constitution, Emporia. The bride, a graduate of Williamsburg High School, is a senior vocational home economics major at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. The groom was graduated from Paola High School and K-State University, Manhattan, where he was affiliated with the Farmhouse fraternity. He will be employed in Emporia. Mrs. Lee Finch Is New True Kindred Commander Mrs. Lee Finch was installed as worthy commander of Retta Conclave, True Kindred, at the open meeting Monday evening in Masonic temple. Other officers installed were Mrs. Louis Dale, worthy past commander; Mrs. Jay Todd, counselor; Mrs, Charles Waymire, vice-commander; Mrs. James Young, high priest; Mrs. Julius Raffelock, secretary; Mrs, W. T. Dawspn, treasurer; Mrs. Leo Ferguson, chaplain; James Young, advisor; Jonas Wright, deputy advisor; Mrs. M. 0. Moon, senior deacon; Mrs. Joe McGilbray, junior deacon; Joe McGilbray, inner guard; Orville Jones, outer guard; Mrs. Joe Ferns, lecturer; Mrs. E. 0. Northway, custodian. Mrs. Nellie Dennis, past worthy commander, was installing officer. Others officiating in the ceremony were Mrs. Dawsqn, installing marshall; Mrs. Hazel Romstedt, installing chaplin; Mrs. Fred Gardner, installing organist; Mrs. Carl Nutt, installing senior deacon and Mrs. Clarence Rea, junior deacon. After the worthy commander, Mrs. Dale, was escorted to the east by the installing deacons, she welcomed all present and introduced the mistress of ceremonies, Mrs. 0. W. Waymire, who introduced the installing officers, Mrs. Dennis had the elected officers invited into the temple, preceded by the national emblem carried by Lee Finch who gave a tribute to it, and the Canadian flag carried by Louis Dale. Mrs. Waymire had the worthy supreme commander, Mrs. George Smith, Ontario, Canada, presented and she was introduced, escorted east and given appropriate honors, Mrs. Jay Todd sang "Stay as Sweet as You Are," to her as she was at the altar. Mrs. Melvin Sellers, worthy grand commander of Kansas, was presented at the altar, escorted east and given proper honors. The same courtesies were extended 0. W. Waymire, grand advisor of Kansas; George Smith, past grand advisor, Ontario, Canada; Mrs. J. R. Raffelock, supreme chaplain; and Mrs. C. J. Pence, grand outer guard of Kansas. Presented and given royal honors were past worthy supreme- commanders, Mrs. Florence Schweble, Mrs/Leslie Ludlow and Mrs. Anna Laffer. Other supreme, grand and past grand officers presented and introduced were Mrs. Lelia Ross, PGC; Mrs. Jack Bates, grand junior deacon; Mrs. Harold Hume, supreme outer guard; Mrs. Miller We Deliver To Your Door 6 days a week SELECT DAIRY CH 2-1607 Eaton, grand lecturer; and Julius Raffelock, Harold Hume and Melvin Sellers, past grand advisors. Three worthy commanders and advisors and 18 past worthy commanders and advisors were presented and introduced. As the incoming worthy com- Visitors For Post No. 4 Guests of Army Mothers Post No. 4, at a sewing meeting in Memorial auditorium yesterday were Mrs. Lets Gathers, Wellington, state adjutant; and Mrs. Grace Samuels, Emporia, state judge advocate. They came for an executive meeting with Mrs. Leland Monroe, state commander, to plan the state convention. During a short business session in the afternoon, money was allowed for the state convention, for rehabilitation work and for birthday and sunshine gifts. Cards were sent to shut-ins. Plans were completed for the chicken-noodle supper, Jan. 29, and Mrs, Monroe named committees for it. After members ate sack lunches Mrs. Leo Howard served cherry pie and Mrs. J. H. McCullough served cookies for dessert. Work was sewing carpet rags. Announce The pinning of Pat High to Steve Smith was announced recently at the Alpha Xi Delta sorority at Kansas State University, Manhattan. Miss High, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Todd High, Tecumseh, is majoring in elementary education, Mr. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, Ottawa, is a mechanical engineering major. His fraternity is Delta Upsilon. Both are sophomores. A serenade followed the announcement. mander stood at the altar, Mrs. Jay Todd sang, "A Garden of Roses." An escort was formed by 12 members carrying red roses, a gift of Mr. Finch who escorted her to the east. The worthy comnander introduced her instructor, Mrs. Marie Matliis and appointed Mrs. Gerald Harford and Mrs. Melvin Dixon as guides. Mrs. Carl Nutt presented the past commander's jewel to Mrs. Dale and Gerald Harford presented the past advisor's pin to Mr. Dale. Mrs. Moon presented the officers' gift to Mr. .and Mrs. Dale and Mrs, Dawson presented them with the conclave's gift. Mrs. Dale presented the Ruth Sehnert worthy commander's jewel to Mrs. Finch- Mr. and Mrs. Smith, the Canadian guests, were presented honorary memberships by Mrs, Finch and James Young. Mrs. Finch introduced presiding officers of local Masonic bodies: Gerald Harford, high priest of Royal Arch Masons; Fred Gardner, imminent commander - elect of Knights Templar Commandry; Mrs. C. J. Pence, worthy matron and Mr. Pence, worthy patron, Union Chapter, OES; and Mrs. Clarence Keefer, president of Social Order of Beauceant. The east was decorated with a garland of roses and stars, and baskets of red roses stood beside the dias. Melvin Sellers gave the benediction. Refreshments were served in the dining room by a committee headed by Mrs. Ray Talbott. Mrs. 0. W. Waymire was chairman of the decorating committee. At the business session preceding the installation, the conclave presented Mrs. Raffelock with a life membership. Mrs. G. W. Ponton was presented a secretary emeritus certificate following her retirement after 33 years as secretary of the conclave. There was also a Bible pre? sentation with Mrs. Ponton as Bible bearer, escorted by can- dlelighters, Mrs. Charles . Waymire and Mrs. James Young. Socialettes Mrs. George Wait and children have returned to their home in Muskogee, Okla., after spending three weeks with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Porter, 1140 W. 7th. DRAKE'S BAKERY For Rolls-Donuts-Pies and all other bakery products Grace: did you hear what hap- pened to me? Why just the other day John and I were wondering just how we were going to get rid of that old furniture of ours, and a few other used items. We are not salesmen, so we decided to have the newspaper do it for us. It was so simple to pick up the phone and dial CH 2-4700 and give our ad to the helpful Want- Ad Department. We are so happy now that we are rid of those few things and we are dollars ahead. For Best Results. . . Use HERALD WANT ADS Same day service if in by 11:00 a.m. Mondays through Fridays. Saturday deadline 10:00 a.m. (We will help you word your ads,) 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 Matinee: 1:00 to 3:00 Children 12 and under The Baby Has Been Named At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The daughter born Jan. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Charles Brown, 928 N. Mulberry, has been named Audry Renne. She weighed 7 lb., 7 oz. The son born Jan. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dale Cook, 118 S. Poplar, has been named Raymond Joe. He weighed 7 lb., oz. Workshop Patterns DOOR STOPS CUT OUT OF WOOD AN AMUSING GIFT for a hard- to-please person may be made with Pattern 247. It gives actual-size cutting and painting guides for three different door stops that may be made from scraps of material. They hold a door firmly yet are quite flat. Price 35 cents. This pattern also is one of four in the Useful Cut-Out Packet No. 57 for $1. It is full of gift ideas.—The Ottawa Herald Pattern Dept., Bedford Hills, New York. What an Ideal Way To Say I Love You. Have Your Special Valentine Portrait Taken at SELLER STUDIO HURRY! ENDS TONIGHT BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 P.M. o UH«- . LID COtOK,'. ItwwilklntwiM. FEATURE SHOWN 8:00 ONLY Starts TOMORROW BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 P.M. Feature Shown 8:00 Only ACCLAIMED ACROSS I THE ENTIRE WORLD! 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