The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 5, 1963 · Page 8
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 8

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 5, 1963
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TttE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, February 5, 196! NEW STATE TREATMENT UNIT — This is architect's drawing of new treatment unit at Topeka State Hospital. Apparent low bids on construction totaled $2,593,366, which evidently has assured project which would include five major and five smaller buildings. Unit will house 274 adult patients and will be companion to new Eastman building, at extreme right, which opened two years •go. Pomona News Rebekahs Install Officers By MARY HUDELSON The installation of officers was the main order of business of the Rebekah Lodge Tuesday, Jan. 29. The district deputy president, Mrs. 0. L. Breckenridge, Ottawa, was the installing officer with a staff of seven assistants: Mrs. Ruth Lancaster and Mrs. Adam Wicke, Ottawa; Mrs. Ruth Allen and Mrs. Ruth Grummel, Garnett; Mrs. Helen Ice and Mrs. Edith Whitted, Baldwin; and Mrs. Warren Sellens. Mrs. Loe Wittman acted as pianist. Officers installed are Ella Cain, noble grand; Lena Hougland, vice grand; May Burch, secretary; Maxine Criqui, Treasurer; Ora Mae Cook, chaplain; Fern Burns, conductor; Vera Montague, warden; Georgia King, color bearer; Cleo Wittman, musician; Lulu Hunt, outside guardian; Eunice Johnson, left supporter to vice grand; Marguerite Louk, right supporter to vice grand, and Minnie Rea, past noble grand. Gifts were presented to the installing team. . Mrs. Lena Hougland. M r s. Marguerite Louk, and Mrs. Eunice Johnson were hostesses for serving refreshments to the 9 guests and 15 members present. Gary Sleichter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sleichter, has joined the U.S. Air Force. He left for Lackland Air Force Base, Tex., Jan. 29. Gary was graduated from Pomona High School with the class of 1962. The Pomona Lions Club met Monday, Jan. 28. It was decided to serve a pancake supper to the public on Wednesday evening Feb. 13, serving to begin a ! 'oclock. Pancakes (all you can eat) and one serving of sausage and .coffee will be 50 cents. Plans were discussed for the annual athletic banquet. Baldwin OES Welcomes Grand Matron WELLSVILLE - Those from the Wellsville Chapter No. 408, Order of Eastern Star, who were in Baldwin Wednesday, Jan. 30, for the official visit of the worthy grand matron, Bernadine Russell, Lo Evangeline Chapter No. 162 were as foloows: Mrs. Royce Myers, district aide of District No. 6; Mrs. Edward Barnett, Mrs. Paul Warren, Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson, Mrs. H. E. Stonequist, W. D. Farney, Mrs Carl Warnock, Mrs. John Neis, Mrs. Oliver Neis, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Leitnaker, Mrs. Bill Warnock, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Childs. Those from Uie Wellsville Chapter who attended the school of instruction of District No. 13 at Eudora Thursday, Jan. 31, were Mrs. Edward Barnett, Mrs. Carl VIEW-MASTER Full-Color Stereo Pictures Warnock, Mrs. Oliver Neis, Mrs. Donald Sloan, Mrs. John Neis. Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson, Mrs. W D. Farney, Mrs. H. E. Stonequist, and Mrs. Royce Myers, district aide of District No. 6. The group was joined in the evening by Mrs. Glenn Neis, John Neis and Oliver Neis.- Theme of the banquet at 6:30 was "The Roses of Sincerity," with a reception and the official visit of the Worthy Grand Matron, Bernadine Russell. Richmond News Star Representative Speaks At PTC Meet By MABEL CHANDLER John J. Doohan, representative of the Kansas City Star, was guest speaker and showed a film "Stars at Your Door." at the PTC meeting Monday evening. He gave photostatic copies of the first Kansas City Evening Star edition, published Sept. 17, 1880, to all present. Third and fourth grade pupils received the room prize. Their mothers served refreshments. Timmy, 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hermreck, is undergoing treatment at the Anderson County Hospital. Mrs. Frank Dietrich has re- ceived word that her brother, Harry Staley, and wife, who have been living in Alaska, recently returned and have purchased a home at Greenville, Tex. At a recent meeting of the directors of the Co-Op, Frank Cox was chosen president; Don Poss, vice president, and Cecil- Vining, secretary. Other directors are Lee Hermreck and Kenneth Cunningham. Steve Dunbar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dunbar, has been chosen to attend the United Nations • Washington D. C., study tour. The tour is sponsored by the Board of Christian Social Concern of the Kansas Conference of the Methodist Church. The bus trip will be March 30-April 6. Steve is a senior at Garnett High School and has served two years as president of the Richmond MYF. E. E. Platt, who lives at Crestview Nursing Home, celebrated his 94th birthday Jan. 29th. Ernest Henderson is visiting his relatives in California. Contributions to the March of Dimes in Richmond and vicinity, sponsored by the Lions Club, amounted to $85.55. The annual joint dinner meeting of Chamber of Commerce and Lions members will be the evening of Feb. 13 at Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Claude King Twin Falls, Idaho, are here visiting his sister, Mrs. Lefa Higdon. The IMS Richmond Free Fair be Aug. 8, 9, 10. Serving as president is Charles Edwards. Vice presidents are Edwin Horstick and Herman Mader. John H. Roeckers is secretary and treasurer. Fourteen members attended the Fortnightly meeting at Mrs. George C. Dietrich's Friday afternoon. Mrs. R. S. Gault gave the program on "Kansas." The annual Guest Day meeting will be Feb. 8 at Mrs. Abe Severn's. Sixteen attended the meeting of the A.B.C. Club at St. Therese Church basement Wednesday evening. John Roeckers showed movies taken at the 1940 and 1962 Richmond Fairs. There will be an election of officers at the Feb. 27 meeting. 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