The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 11, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, February 11, 1963
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60 Attend Sunday Tea Sixty persons attended the Women's Fellowship tea yeesterday at the Church of the Brethren. The table was laid with a white lace cloth decorated with a large cupid encircled with net, red hearts and candles. Spiced tea and red punch were served from a silver service, and assorted sandwiches and cookies. Mrs, Winnie Taylor, 85, received a corsage for being the oldest mother present and Mrs. Pearl Allen for having the largest family. Mrs. Raymond Bainer, chairman, read three poems, Mary Story gave a violin solo and Mrs. Charles Drummond gave a talk on "Birds." The Homebuilders committee in* eluded, Mrs. George Royer, Mrs. Bainer and Mrs. Gtihe Ward. Held in connection with the tea was a bridal shower for Mrs. Art Mooney, the former Jo Ann Patrick. The table was decorated with rain showers in bud vases, a sugar church and a miniature bride and groom. ELKS' PAST EXALTED RULERS - Fifteen of the 37 living past exalted rulers of Ottawa Elks Lodge attended a recent meeting. They are (front row, from left) E. W. Crandall, Dr. R. C. Capron, W. W. Broyhill, A. G. Madison, Harry V. Worthington, George H. Spears; (standing, from left) John H. Weidmann. Jack C. Kille, Howard Larson, Glen J. Wicke, Paul W. Perkins, Howard F. Doman, Dr. Harry W. Lennard, Eldon F. Schnokc, Waller Butler. Ottawa Lodge has had 58 exalted rulers in 61 years. ESSAY WINNER - Proud of a silver pitcher, second place award in a national essay contest, is Mrs. Charles M. Hill, Colony, right. Mr;. Hill received pitcher from Mrs. Rasper Heinz, Claflin, left, president of Kansas Home Demon it ration Advisory Council, during recent annual meeting of organization at Kansas State University, Manhattan. Mrs. Hill's essay on contributions of Land Grant Colleges and Universities placed second in national contest sponsored by Kentucky Homemakers Federation in observance of Centennial year of Land Grant System. Richmond News Several New Books On Library Shelves By MABEL CHANDLER left Tuesday for a vacation in New books at the Public Library include four from the "Farm Journal Family Bookshelf" Selections; "PT 109," by Donovan; "Five Spy Novels," by Haycraft; "A Woman's Place," by Helming; "Voyage to Santa Fe," by Life World Library; "Clipper Ships and Captains," by American Heritage Junior Library; "Wintertime Ideals," and "Flags of America," given in memory of Grettie Rebstock by Mrs. Mary E. Severns, Urbana, Dl. Mrs. John S t r o b e 1 underwent surgery at Trinity Lutheran Hospital last Wednesday. Mrs. Emma Palmer and Mrs. W. C. Carpenter joined the Willing Workers group at the meeting Tuesday at Mrs. Ella Hunt's home. The women quilted for Mrs. Walter Lankard. They will meet Feb. 19 at Mrs C. F. Porter's home. The cattle L. L. Chandler purchased in Texas last week arrived Saturday night. Friends here have received word that the Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Monroe, Mildvale, Utah, are planning to return to this area. Phil Fanning was in Burlington Tuesday to move his sister, Dessie Fanning, from the hospital to Golden Age Rest Home. The annual Guest Day meeting of the Fortnightly Club was at the home of Mrs. Abe Severns Friday afternoon. Mrs. Lefa Higdon was cohostess Sen. Bill Bowers discussed bills now being presented to the legislators. Guests were Mmes. Dale Bones, Lonnie Chambers, Amos Lyon, Winnie Cunningham, Roy Brock, Clara Hahn, Clarence Gault, Ralph Arlington, Nellie j Gordon and Miss Mabel Chandler. The Feb. 22 meeting will be with Mrs. "Sandy" Sims. When Dclbert Roecker drove his car into the Roeckers • Gret- encrod garage Tuesday night he discovered the Gretencords' 1959 car was afire. Members of the two families, were able to extinguish the flames and damage was confined to upholstery in the back seat. Mr. and Mrs, George Atchison Florida. Members of the Berea Club worked in quilt blocks at the meeting at Mrs. Lonnie Chambers' home Thursday. Mrs. Bob Hadsel won the door prize. Mr. and Mrs. James Webbs plan to move to the Don Poss house when it's vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Claypool. Dean Gretencord has been dismissed from the Anderson County Hospital. Allen De Ganno underwent surgery at St. Luke's Hospital Thursday. The condition of Frank Rocker, a patient at Anderson County Hospital, is some improved. Lester Miller, who was being treated for a heart ailment at St. Mary's Hospital, Kansas City, suffered a stroke Feb. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny New, who have been living at Springfield, Mo., will be here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Roush and Mr. and Mrs. Charles New, until their house occupied by Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Sims, is vacated March 1. Use Honey Honey makes a delicious sweetener for a winter fruit cup: oranges, bananas, apples, pears. The oranges may be prepared ahead, but cut in the other three fruits just before serving. The apples may be left with their pretty red skin, but the pears should be pared. Socialettes Naomi Club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Harry Loyd. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnhart and Leland, RFD 4, were newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miles Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stone. Mrs. Miles is the former Sandra Stone. GG Club was entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs. Zora Win- Chester with 10 present. The time was spent visiting. Mrs. J. F. Lundstedt and Mrs. L. P. Moree assisted in serving refreshments. WCTU will hold a fruesta Tuesday at 2 p.m. in' First Methodist Church for members of Women's Missionary groups. Senior Club Has Meeting The Senior Club met at the Youth Center yesterday with 30 members in attendance. The meeting opened with the group singing the Star Spangled Banner, giving the Flag Salute and reciting the Lord's Prayer. The group also sang "01 Black Joe" and "Onward Christian Soldiers." Mrs. Margaret Williams played accompanying music on the piano. Entertainment was provided by Mrs. John Shepard who gave quotations and Mrs. Scottie Bingaman, Mrs. Flora Sherman and Mrs. Lillian Spears who gave readings of "I'm Feeling Good For The Shape I'm In," "Just Words," and "I Shall Not Pass This Way Again." Coffee and cookies were served by Mrs. Myrtle Graham, Mrs. Brady and Mrs. Spears. Mrs. Graham presided. A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st . CH 2-1572 WereMOV We have leased our building here, at First and Main and will move to smaller quarters, just 4 doors South To 113 So. Main Everything Must Be Moved Out By Thursday Come In and Make Us An Offer! "Your Maytag Dealer for over 'A Century." DOUGLAS Bros First In Value First At Main Miriam CWF Group Meets Miriam CWF group of First Christian Church had devotions given by Mrs. Kenneth Suffron at the recent meeting with Mrs. Vincent Skidmore. Mrs. John Gutschenritter gave the lesson assisted by Mrs. Suffron. A list was read of the clothing needed by the welfare office. Work was done on leis for one of the State CWF dinners to be at the meeting in Ottawa Feb. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Roberts were guests. Club Forecast Tneiflay AMERICAN LEQION AUXILIARY US ARMY MOTHERS CITY TEACHERS WIVES, Mrs. 8. 8. Bergsma CHAPTER AU, PEO, Mrs. E. E Cay lor ROTARY ANNS, Mrs. A. B, Martin REM, Mrs. Olivia Sieg MERRY-OO-ROUND, Mrs. Harold Stewart OTTAWA HAIRDRESSERS, North American Hotel, 6:30 p.m. POMONA FLOWER CLUB, Mrs. Harve Crow PRINCETON CIRCLE NO. 33, Ladles of OAR, Mrs. F. S. Cannady MARCIA CUDWORTH WMS Circle, Mrs. Sherwln Snyder, dinner 6:30 p.m. LEND-A-HAND, at Trinity Methodist Church CALVARY BAPTIST WMU, at church FIRST METHODIST Wesleyan Service Guild BOOTS and BUSTLES Square Dance Club | DRAKE'S BAKERY For Rolls-Donuts-Pies and all other bakery products Entertains Allegro Club Cathy Shisler entertained the Allegro Club Thursday evening al the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Shisler. Marsha Baxter gave a memory recital and received an award from Mrs. M. A. Welty, club sponsor. Mrs. Neal Baxter assisted Marsha with the duets. Other members played piano selections. Becky Reynolds demonstrated the lesson in Keyboard Harmony. The game of Maestro was played. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Shisler and Cathy to 15 members and guests. Music Club Entertained Dee Ann Snyder was hostess for the Musical Majors club Friday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Snyder. Members gave a program of piano music and played the game of Maestro. Mrs. Snyder and Dee Ann served refreshments. Fifteen members and guests and Mrs. M. A. Welty, club sponsor, were present. The next meeting will be at the home of Marty Christie. Students Give Piano Recital Students of Mrs. Edgar D. Ken- gave a piano recital Sunday at 3 p.m. in Tauy Jones hall, Ottawa University. Taking part were Arlyss Baker, Michael Edwards, Teresa Slaven, Connie Sue Johnson, Susie Martin, Lois Stinson, Renee Engles, Anna James, Chuck Bay, Patty Deputy, Linda Loyd, Nancy Bullock, Janice Wittmeyer, Hurst Coffman, Nancy Hewitt and Gail Garrett. NO NICER GIFT FOR YOUR VALENTINE CHOCOLATES for American Queens BRISCOE DRUG STORE 84T S. Main CH 2-1810 Your Fashion Store Bettijean SPRING COATS Miss Custom Size appreciates the unclutter- '£/jed, wearability of a sim- < J pie coat. This one dramatized by spider-cut sleeves. Boutana is scissored precisely and personalized with good detail. Sizes 6 to 18 Colors: Black-Navy- Beige-Blue. $39.95 THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, Feb. 11, 1983 The Friendly Store • * * - ' Used Dept. Features We must sell at least $3,000.00 of used merchandise by Saturday night, Feb. 16th. Check These SPECIALS 1. 7 cu. ft. M/W Chest Freezer Space Saver model -- Has Baskets -- Dividers -- Dry Wall construction -- Sealed unit -- Guaranteed. Cut to $69.95. 2. Humphrey Gas Heater -- 60,000 BTU -• L.P. -- May be converted to natural gas -- Robertshaw thermostat -- Safety pilot — Guaranteed. Cut to $69.95. 3. 10 cu. ft. Kelvinator Refrigerator -Across top freezer -- 2 crispers -- Full width freshener — Sealed unit -- Runs smooth and quiet -- Guaranteed. Cut to $49.95. 4. Maytag Round Tub Conventional Washer -- Heavy duty wringer head -Four vane agitator -- 10 Ib. wash load -Sealed transmission -- A-OK — Guaranteed. Cut to $49.95. 5. Coronado Deluxe 36" Gas Range -- Has everything -- Griddle, oven, broiler, timer — Small appliance electrical outlet — Bakes wonderful — Guaranteed. Cut to $69.88. 6. Like new -- 3 pc. Bedroom Suite -Offer includes triple dresser with plate glass beveled tilt mirror -- Premier construction -- Center guided -- Dust proof -- Dove tailed—Handsome 4-drawer chest and Bookcase Bed -- Sold new for 199.95 -- Buy now only $139.00. 7. Demonstrator foam rubber mattress and box springs - Famous Englander Silver Slumber Sleep Set -- 54" - Full Size — Serene comfort on odorless non- allergenic-dust free pure foam -- Hundreds sold for 99.95 - This set $69.95. 8. Like new 1961 model Coronado 13 cu. ft. Combination Refrigerator-Freezer -- 105 Ib. freezer compartment — Deluxe refrigerator boasts butter keeper, two egg trays, two crispers, adequate shelves, Styron 475 door panel -- Tecumseh sealed unit — Purrs like a kitten -- 3 year guarantee -- Cut to $168.88. 9. Extra nice 21" Admiral Console model T.V. « Super Series -- Handsome limed oak cabinet -- Power chassis « Brand new aluminized picture tube with I year warranty -- Sold new for 289.95 — Buy now only $99.95. 10. Brand new 5 piece Dinette Sets — At Used Prices -- Your Choice -- Drop leaf, oval, or rectangular -- Bronzetone with Maslan Duran upholstery—Formica table tops-Values to 79.95--Your choice $49.95. 11.8 piece Living Room Group — Offer includes modern, clean 2 piece living room suite, neutral color — Plus 3 matched occasional tables -- Pair of matched table lamps — Pair of toss pillows -- 8 pieces only $69.88. 12. 21" RCA Low Boy Console T.V. Deluxe Series — Side tuning — Beautiful limed oak hardwood cabinet — Power chassis — No printed circuits — Sharp detailed picture — Guaranteed — $109.50. 13. Kenmore Cycla-fabric Automatic Washer — Positive washing action -- 3 position water level selection -- Temperature selection — Complete wash cycle — Just set it and forget it -- Sealed transmission - Guaranteed. $39.95. All above items available with no down payment. Only $ 1.25 to $2.35 each week. ie Friendly Stoie

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