The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 24, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, January 24, 1963
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j tfoV UfiTfe JUy., I rfei fl iffr^ HER OWN CREATION - Mrs. Carol Bethell Koehler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Bethell, Quenemo, models black wool coat of her own making in Home Economics Style Show at Emporia State Teachers College. Her accessories are leopard skin handbag and hat, black leather gloves and black heels. Installation For DeMolay Mothers De Molay Mothers Circle installed Mrs. Paul Boyke as president Tuesday evening at a meeting in Masonic temple. Other officers installed were Mrs. Howard Huston, first vice president; Mrs. Elmo Shepherd, second vice president; Mrs. Dwight Haworth, secretary; Mrs. E. C. Heathman, treasurer; Mrs. Charles Burlingham, parliamentarian; Mrs. Howard Smith, historian; Mrs. Dan Fogle, chaplain; Mrs. Lee Harrison, mar- shall; Mrs. William Nichols, Love; Mrs. Jack Kille, sacrifice; Mrs. Clarence Reefer, service; Mrs. Robert Kile, almoner; and Mrs. Chester Bechtle, sentinel. Mrs. Harry Moody conducted a (PRINTED PATTERN] .4825 SIZES W/2-24V2 Simple, slimming, casual! Choose collar or scooped neck version of this smart dress — enjoy it from now through next Spring. For cotton, silk. Printed Pattern 4825: Half Sizes 14&, 16'/2, 18K, 20Vi, 22&, 35-inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, The Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept, 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. OVER 100 ANSWERS to "what-to-wear" — in our new Catalog. Casual, dressy, school — all sizes! Send 35 cents now. MRS. PAUL BOYKE business session before acting as installing officer. Assisting hei were Mrs. M. 0. Moon, installing secretary; Mrs. Lawrence Wright, installing chaplain; Mrs Ollie Burress, organist; and Mrs Reefer, marshall. Mrs. Jack Rille presented the past president's pin to Mrs Moody. Mrs. Boyke presented gifts to her instalh'ng officers Past presidents served refresh ments at the close of the meeting Rebekahs Install One •AJMeeting Mrs. 0. L. Breckenridge was installed as assistant right sup- sorter to the noble grand at Elebakah lodge last evening by Mrs. Adam Wicke as lodge deputy and Glenn Lancaster as deputy marshall. Mrs. Ivan McFadden presided. Assisting in draping the charter for Mrs. William Boucek were Mrs. Gardner Hayden, Mrs. Agnes Staffer, Mrs. Floyd Hamner and Mrs. Breckenridge. Mrs. Harry Brink gave a vocal solo accompanied by Mrs. W. V. Becker. Taking part in the anniversary celebration of the birthday of Thomas Wiley, founder, were Mrs. Marion Smith, Mrs. Hamner, Mrs. J. R. Raffelock, Mrs. David Mathias, Mrs. McFadden and Mrs. Harry Brink. Mrs. McFadden appointed the following committees: finance, Mrs. Raffelock, Mrs. Myrtle Graham and Miss Alta O'Flaherty; membership, Mrs. Ruth Hoopes, Mrs. Mathias and Mrs. Smith; draping of the charter, Mrs. Hayden, Mrs. C. L. Scribner, Mrs. Carl Furman, Mrs. Ben Holmes, Mrs. Brink and Mrs. Becker. Mrs. Raffelock was elected drill captain. It was announced that the rally will be in IOOF hall Monday evening. Mrs. Glenn Ainsworth announced plans for the School of Instruction in Ottawa March 7, Mr. and Mrs. Becker served refreshments. Visitors were Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Elliott, Topeka, and Mrs. Maxine Spears. Mr. Elliott is grand high priest of Grand Encampment of Kansas. Teacher Tells Of Class Work Guests speaker for Tot-To-Teen Club last evening was Edwin D. Henry, trade and industry teacher in Ottawa High School. He told of the work in his classes. Mrs. R. E. Boyer conducted a business session. The hostess, Mrs. Eugene Sievers, and her assistant, Mrs. Clyde Hashagen, served refreshments to the 18 members and one guest, Mrs. Gordon Nelson. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. "Sweeter than Words" Russell Sfover's Valentine CANDIES PHARMACY 318 S. Main CH 2-3024 HERE'S MUSH IN YOUR EYE Peopk once treated sties with corn meal and honey. Today we wouldn't think of using a concoction such as this near our eyes. But then, we're lucky. Wfc have many fast-acting, pleasant antidotes for infections—thanks to medical science. Ask your physiciaa about these newer, effective remedies ... let him decide which medications are best for your needs. Then, bring his prescriptions to us for compounding. Kramer Drug Store 134 S. Main CH 2-2055 Professional Pharmacy CH 2-3547 Profession] I* TOY GIFT — Danny Leroy Keith, 17-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carter Keith, Merriam, gets first use of toys presented Ransom Memorial Hospital children's ward by Hawkins Grange. Mrs. T. R. Johnson (left) and Mrs. George Miller, members of the home economics committee, presented the toys for the Grange's special community project. Other committee members arc Mrs. Clifford Hunter, Mrs. 0. B. McNish and Mrs. Rollo New. (Herald Photo) Program On Adolescents Mrs. Emerson Mox and Mrs. Mayne Lewis were in charge of :he program on "The Adolescent in Your Home," for Child Study Club last evening. Mrs. Marvin Durbin was hostess. The business session was conducted by Mrs. Allen Unruh. Mrs. Howard Garrison arranged the roll call with members telling of their children's hobbies. The Baby Has Been Named The son born at Ransom Memorial Hospital, Jan. 20, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alfred Meiers, Quenemo, has been named Ricky larl. He weighed 8 lb., 3 oz. Club Forecast Friday THE SENIOR CLUB. Youth Center Feature Romantic Period In Music Eight guests were present r.t the Skilton Music Club meeting last evening at Mrs. J. R. Henning's home to hear the program on the Romantic period in music. They were Mrs. Harold Wallace, Tod Queen, Mrs. Charles Queen, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roberts, John Brockway, Dr. S. M. Brockway and Dr. J. R. Henning. Mrs. .Bruce Spears was in charge of the program and gave a short resume of the Romantic period and of Franz Shubert's life. Some of the composer's songs were played and she demonstrated, "Hark, Hark, the Lark," by Shubert. Other compositions by Shubert were a piano solo, "Moment Musical," by John Brockway; and a vocal solo, "Who is Sylvia?", Bob Roberts. Mrs. Spears gave a sketch of Robert Schumann's life. Dean Zook sang his composition, "I Will Not Grieve", Tod Queen gave as a piano solo, "Knight Roupert," from Opus 68; Mrs. William Kloster sang, "The Ring," from "Woman's Life and Love",; and Mrs. Shipps gave as a piano solo, "The Allegro Movement," from "The Carnival." Mrs. Spears next told of the life of Wagner. Giving his compositions were Mrs. Frank Thayer who sang, "Sleep My Dear Child"; Larry Williams, violin solo, Larry Williams, "The Prize Song," from the apera, "Taun- hauser"; and Mrs. Harold Wallace, Mrs. John Sheldon, Mrs. Spears and Miss Phyllis Foster, a vocal quartet number, "The Spinning Wheel," from the opera, "The Flying Dutchman." Accompanists were Mrs. Spears, give each light a certain task VIrs. Henning, Mrs. Shipps and Mrs. Kloster. Mrs. Robert Pinet, vice-president, conducted the meeting and welcomed Mrs. Keith Shumway as a new member. Mrs. Pinet announced that Mrs. Neal Pritchard will be hostess on Feb. 13 that the community choir is practicing for "The Messiah," for Easter, and that the Junior-Sen ior High School band concert wil be Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in Mem orial auditorium. Assistant hostesses, Mrs. Pine and Mrs. Eldon Rader served refreshments. Food Tool A pair of long wooden chopsticks are a great kitchen tool; Use them for stirring beverages and some foods. THE OTTAWA HERALD g Thursday, January 24, IMS * Name Church Officers WELLSVTLLE - Offices for 1963 at the Wellsville Baptist Church are as follows: L. W. Hostetter, moderator;' Jackson Dunham, L. W. Hostelter, Vinton Cramer, Leonard Burbank, LeRoy Price, Bernhard Fleming, Henry Chilton, deacons; Goldena Chilton, Mary Lou Shannon, deaconesses; Linnit Tyler, clerk; Mary Baily, Virginia Chesbro, Lois Dunham, Ley Price, Goldena Chilton, Frances Ware, Jean Whiteaker, board of Christian education; Goldena Chilton, Mary Lou Shannon, funeral flower committee; Eldon Whiteaker, Robert Groshong, Norman Shannon, Dennis Shields, Damon Chesbro, ushers. Hazel Todd, charge of communion; Dennis Shields, Keith Chanay, Gene Lesh, Bob Cramer, Hirschl Murphy, Damon Chesbro, Robert Groshong, Glen Layton Jr., Eldon Whiteaker, trustees; Hugh Cramer, treasurer; Dorothy Jones, organist; Frances Ware, assistant organist; Mitizi Ganong, pianist; Patricia Pierce, assistant pianist; Carol Cramer, minister of music; Robert Cramer, student counselor; Josephine Hostetter, floral decorations. Old Fashioned Hoarhound DROPS Relieves.... Throat Irritation 59C Pound John G. Kaiser Drug Store (In Masonic Bldg.) When visiting attractive homes, have you noticed how the lighting contributes to the charm? If s planned that way. Modern lighting is arranged for individual "tasks" and overall harmony. In the room above.for example, modern ceiling fixtures cast even light over the general area.adding a note of cheerfulness to the room. The floor lamp and wall lamps enhance the decorative scheme of the room and provide good light for reading (150 to 300 watts). In the foreground the pull-down lamp is shown. It offers a great amount of flexibility in use and is ideal for close study work. The overall effect is handsome and comfortable. Aren't the possibilities in your own home just as exciting? Simply follow this rule: give each light a certain job in bringing out the beauty of your rooms! MH Momif— Mk for your copy of H £M your Horn* in a New L&f', « iUurtwUd bookUt with KANSAS CITY POWIR * LIGHT COMPANY PENNEY'S Pre-lnventory Clearance One Huge Remnant Table Drastic reduction of our end pieces of piece goods. A large assortment to choose from. Outing Flannel Men's and boys' shirting patterns. Extra heavy material. Check, Plaids and stripes. Bargain Table Odds and ends all drastically reduced for fast selling. Hurry to check this one over. Boys' and Girls' SHOES Odds and ends but every one must go. Oxfords, straps and a few slip-ons. 1 33 Ladies' SWEATERS See this large group of sweaters. Wools, orlons and a few nylons. Assorted colors.

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