The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 29, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 29, 1963
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Hirtte From Heloise Eraser On Pin Holds Corsage By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: ; Corsages are the most beautiful things in the world, especially when your husband gives you one. But I have not been able to pin one on an evening dress yet, so the end of the corsage pin didn't stick me. I hope you can .give me an answer! Dying •Don't Die: All you have to do is to cut the eraser from any pencil and push it on the end of the corsage pin. To do this use a razor blade, a pair of scissors, or bite 'it with your teeth if you're really in a hurry. This not only eliminates sticking yourself, but keeps the corsage from falling on the dance floor when doing all of these new fang-dangle dances! Heloise Letter of Laughter Dear Heloise: No man can convince me that any housewife can get her housework done in two hours a day. I have seven children. My next- door neighbor has two and she is just as bad off as I am! After my next-door neighbor went to the hospital for her thrid child, her husband treated her like a new bride. Do you know why? They could never afford help. He had to do all the housework himself. After she came home from the hospital he even dried the dinner dishes and bathed the other two kids. Believe me. . . nobody appreciates anything until they don't have it! Loving Wife Dear Ladies: Some of .us still have to wrap our garbage for city truck pickup. Gals, save those plastic cleaner bags. How many times have you wrapped peelings and coffee grounds in newspaper or brown grocery sacks only to have them soak through and spill out when you start to the garbage can with them? Save your plastic bags to dump all of your moist refuse in. This can then be folded up like a newspaper or tied up like a sack — no soak through and no spilling. Heloise Dear Heloise: If you have a high window over your sink, or over your bed, there is no need to climb up to reach the shade pull when you want to lower the window shade. Just loop an extra shade pull onto the original shade pull. . . . to make it longer. Sorority ./ Makes Plans Exemplar Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, made plans last evening for a party in March for a group al Osawatomie State Hospital, and to bring cookies for the hospital to the next meeting. Mrs. Harvey Martin was hostess. Mrs.. Byron Faden conducted the business and Dorothy Baker told of plans for the 3- chapter dinner dance at Country Club, Feb. 9. Mrs. Jim Rodgers was elected vice president to replace Mrs. Wallace Hail who re signed. A white elephant sale netted $11.86. served. Refreshments were Socialettes Members of Warren C. Black Unit, American Legion Auxiliary sewed rug rags for Wadsworth VA Hospital yesterday in Memo rial Auditorium. The unit presi dent,- Mrs. David Bunch, served refreshments. Beauceant TT° 7 /"•/_£• High Officer o Visits Here Social Order of the Beauceant met last evening in Masonic tem>le to receive the supreme worthy president, Mrs. Homer P. Peck, Enid, Okla., who made her official visit. Mrs. Clarence Kee- er, worthy president, was in charge. Mrs. John Dellinger introduced he honor guest at the altar. As she was escorted to the east Mrs. Jay Todd sang, "Our Best To You." Mrs. Marion Barlow, worthy ^resident of Lawrence Assembly Vo. 25, was introduced at the station of salute and seated in n the east. Past presidents of Lawrence introduced were Mrs. Ueorge Dunkley, Mrs. Vinton Fishell, Mrs. J. Fred Brocker and Mrs. J. J. Underwood. Mrs. Virgil Alburty, Lawrence, was also introduced. Past presidents of Ottawa Assembly introduced at the station of salute were Mrs. Harry E. Brink, Mrs. Melvin Sellers, Mrs. Jlerle Marmon, Mrs. 0. C. Curby, Mrs. Dellinger, Mrs. Harley P. Cover, Mrs. R. Lee Finch, Mrs. J. Ray Waddell, Mrs. Jack B. Stephenson and Mrs. Carlos J. Pence. The banquet preceding the meeting was served by De Molay Mothers Circle. The tables were decorated with red and white roses, candles and net. Mrs. 0. W. Waymire was chairman of the decoration committee. Those introduced at the banquet were Fred Gardner, generalissimo of Tancred Commandry No. 11, and visiting past commanders J. Fred Brocker and George Dunkley, Lawrence. Other Commandry members were given recognition. Mrs. Gover presented Mrs. Peck an honorary membership card and Mrs. Melvin Sellers presented her a monetary gift from the assembly. A reception for Mrs. Peck followed the meeting. Mrs. Harry E. Brink was in charge of the dining room and serving table decorations. Past presidents of Assembly No. 136 served cookies and coffee. Ottawans Attend 49th Annual Meet A number of Ottawa True Kindred members attended the 49th annual session of the Grand Conclave, Order of True Kindred of Kansas, at the Ben Hur Masonic temple in Kansas City, Kas. The good fellowship banquet honored the worthy grand commander, Mrs. Melvin Sellers, and the grand advisor, Olin W. Waymire, Friday evening with Mr. Waymire as master of ceremonies. Following a memorial service the special grand session was opened for the official visit of the worthy supreme commander, Mrs. George Smith, Ontario, Canada. Mrs. Sellers presided and introduced many distinguished guests from Kansas and other jurisdictions before the conferring of the Heroine of Jericho degree. The official opening of the an nual grand session for business was Saturday morning by Mrs Sellers. A luncheon honoring Mrs Smith was served with Mrs. Les ter Ludlow, past worthy supreme commander, acting as mistress of ceremonies. Officers electee at the business session were in stalled in the evening. Mrs. Cla rence Rea was appointed and in stalled as grand outer guard. Oth ers appointed were Mrs. Le Finch and Mrs. James Young grand guides; and Mrs. 0. W Waymire, grand instructor. Ottawans attending were Mr and Mrs. Sellers, Mr. and Mrs Waymire, Mr. and Mrs. C. J Pence, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dale Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rea, Mr and Mrs. Lee Finch, Mr. ara Mrs. J. R. Raffelock, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Harford, Mrs. C. W Watts, Mrs. G. W. Mrs. Marie Mathis. Ponton anc Add Sage Add a half teaspoon of sage t (he salt and pepper with whic you season a pork loin befor roasting. The Baby Has Been Named The daughter born Jan. 23 at ansom Memorial Hospital to [r. and Mrs. Robert Lee Davis, IFD 1, Williamsburg, has been amed Peggy Ann. She weighed lb., 12V6 oz. Vows Read In Topeka Kerry Scriven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Scriven, Oakley, nd Harold Dean Lundstedt, son if Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lund- tedt, RFD 1, were married Sun- lay. Rev. Robert E. Beck per- ormed the ceremony in the Southwest Christian Church, To- )eka. Attendants for the couple were ilr. and Mrs. Jim Swaney, Des koines, Iowa. Attending the ceremony from out of town were Hr. and Mrs. Scriven and \farilyn, Oakley, Mr. and Mrs. Lundstedt and Mrs. F. J. Lundstedt, Ottawa. The couple is at home at 1207 Jackson, Topeka. The bride is a graduate of Oakley High School and attends Washburn University. The groom was graduated from Ottawa High School and served four years in the Air Force. He is employed by Burroughs Insurance Co. 70 Rebekahs Present From District 8 About 70 persons attended the Diamond Harvest Rally for District 8, Rebekah Lodges, hosted by Hazel Rebekah Lodge No. 175, in IOOF hall last evening. Conducting the business and announcing the program was Mrs. Ruth Allen, Garnett, district president and the Garnett lodge deputy. The program was provided by the host lodge. Mrs. Ethel Lewis, Garnett, played the accompaniment for group singing of "God Bless America"; Mrs. George Starbuck led in singing, "The Mockingbird Hill"; pep song of Mrs. Faye Foust, president of Rebekah Assembly; and Mrs. David Mathias gave Mrs. Foust's Honor Bride At Shower Mrs. Clifford 0. MacWilliams, Kansas City, was honor guest at a linen shower Saturday night at the home of Mrs. C. L. Davidson, Princeton. Mrs. MacWilliams is the former Roxanne Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Martin, Princeton. The couple's marriage was recently announced. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Merle Wasmund. The evening was spent in visiting and opening of gifts. Refreshments were served. Guests were invited from Princeton, Ottawa, Olathe, Manhattan, Williamsburg and Baldwin. theme, scripture and prayer. Music was given by Mr. and Mrs Glenn McFadden and Mrs. Ma thias, and a reading, "The Pat tern of Living," by Mrs. Lyle Enyart. Mrs. 0. L. Breckenridge and Mrs. Glenn Lancaster conductet a game, Password. Mrs. John Criqui received a cake in thi cakewalk. Four answered tin roll call of lodge deputies. Mrs Pearl Davidson, Lane, was a vis itor. The closing number was the song, "Blessed Be The Tie." Refreshments were served bj Mrs. Breckenridge, Mrs. Lan caster and Mrs. Adam Wicke. The next rally will be Feb. 25, Baldwin. Entertained At Dinner Directors, officers and cm- iloyees of the Ottawa Production Credit Association, with their wives or husbands, were enter- ained Sunday evening by the president of the association, Wilson Counts, and Mrs. Counts, at heir home in Baldwin. A turkey dinner was served to he 20 persons present. The evening was spent viewing pictures of four extended trips taken recently by Mr. and Mrs. Counts, studying Mr. Counts' rock collection and playing shuffleboard in the recreation room. Each woman present was given bracelet and earrings set and every man a tie clasp, all made From polished stones from Mr. Counts' collection. Attending from Ottawa were George W. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Charley H. Reynolds, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Weinheimer, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Strain, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Teter and Deloris Pederson. Others were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lay, Colony; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lickteig, Richmond; Mr. and Mrs Robert E. McLain, Williamsburg; Beverly Brown, Paola; and Margaret Counts, Baldwin. in KFN Club Meets Mrs. Hubert Feuerborn presided at the Royal Neighbor friendship meeting at her home last evening and Mrs. Tom Powers gave devotions. Mrs. Warren Welton received the mystery prize. Members are asked to bring articles for a white elephant sale to the next meeting, Feb. 25, at Mrs. Ralph Allen's home. Mrs. Feuerborn and Mrs. Bob Robinson served refreshments. Kansas Day */ Club Theme MPM Club marked Kansas Day yesterday at the meeting in First Methodist Church with a talk, "Literature In Kansas," by a guest, Miss Lola Sloan. She was introduced by the program chairman, Mrs. W. J. Phillips. Miss Sloan spoke of authors of books of fiction, history and poetry from territorial days to the present time. At the opening of the meeting Mrs. C. R. Campbell led in reciting of the club collect. Mrs. T. R. Counter, Lawrence, was a guest. Hostesses were Mrs. R. 0. Harder and Mrs. W. C. Harding ,?„*»*>*. Save Money In Our SELF SERVICE DEPT 28 pr. Women's 46 pr. Children's 1 00 pair Men's SHOES 4 99 to 7.99 Women's HEELS 2 99 8,99 4.99 Red Cross SHOES Broken Lot* 7 99 Plate, Trampeze, Old Maine Trotters. 5 00 Boys' SHOES 1 99 to 5.99 Children's SHOES 1 99 2.99 8 An .90 Boys' Hi Tops 4 99 Ladies' Samples 4 to 5 2" mm to 5.99 Boys' SHOES 3 to 6 $7.99 5 00 PAINE'S BOOTERY BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELB OP KANSAS When the time comes to use it, your Blue Cross-Blue Shield membership card does so much, so easily... just as it did for this patient. Not only does this card guarantee you top level hospital, surgical, medical benefits . .. but it provides them automatically without red tape or claim filing. Yes, with membership in Blue Cross - Blue Shield, you can concentrate on getting well . . . confident that most of your- hospital care and a large part of your physician's charges will be paid. MAIL THIS COUPON FOR ENROLLMENT INFORMATION KANSAS HOSPITAL SERVICE ASSN., INC. -. 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