The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 18, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, February 18, 1963
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Ann Landers Could Care Less About Your Diet MR. AND MRS. DAVID CHARLES KELLY (Wright Photo) Martin-Kelly Vows Saturday Immagean Martin, daughter of Mrs. Eletta Martin. ISO'S. Elm, and David Charles Kelly, 615 S. Hickory, son of Mrs. Ann Kelly, 609 W. 39th Terrace, Kansas City, were married Saturday at 10 a.m. in Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Father Henry J. Beier performed the ceremony before an altar setting of palms and arrangements of white chrysanthemums. Miss Clara Bellefleur gave organ music. The bride was given in marriage by her grandfather, Pete Roecker. She wore a gown of Socialettes Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Murray have returned from a 10-day visit in Ft. Benning, Ga., with their son and family, Capt and Mrs. Robert E. Murray, Alice and Beth. It was their first month-old Beth. visit with 4- Far and Near Club will hold an til-day meeting Friday at Valley View clubhouse with Mrs. David Brown as hostess. Friendship Gub will meet Tuesday with Mrs. Walter Pohl. Boyd Ladies Aid hostess, Mrs. Ralph Hamilton, gave the lesson for the recent meeting. It was voted to honor older members at one meeting during the year. It was announced that roll call for the next meeting will be St. Patrick's Day items. Refreshments were served at the close. Barbara Hull's recipe for Old- Fashioned Cherry Cobbler in Saturday's Ottawa Herald should have called for 1V& c. biscuit mix. Through error the amount was incorrectly given. Golden Age Recreation Club met Saturday afternoon in Youth Center. Following the Lord's Prayer there were discussions of club business and games,. Friendship class of First Baptist Church elected officers after a potluck dinner in Elliott hall Sunday following worship service. They are Ecman Jones, president; Mrs. Wilmer Rey nolds, vice president; and Mrs. Clara Sinclair, secretary - treasurer. Mrs. Mae McAnelly presided. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Jennings and family were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schrumpf, Glendive, Mont., were entertained at dinner Sunday by an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Klein. The couple is en route to Houston, Tex., to visit relatives. Others at the dinner were an aunt, Mrs. Clara Klein, Ottawa, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klein and family, Mission. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Lloyd Robbins and daughters, Pomona, and Mrs. Fred Kaub and Stevie. white chiffon velvet styled with basque bodice, and boat neckline and long tapered sleeves outlined with pearls and seed pearls. The skirt lengthened into an aisle wide chapel train. A crown of pearls held her illusion veil. The bride carried a cascade of hyacinth blossoms. The bride's twin sister, Emrna- gean Martin, was maid of honor. She wore a red satin dress with three-quarter length sleeves, V- neckline in back and skirt with bustle back, matching shoes and circular tulle veil attached to a miniature crown. She carried a cascade of white carnations, ribbon and tulle. Chester T. Medaris acted as best man. Ushers were John Kramer, Ottawa, and Carl Eichenberger, Pomona. The bride's mother chose a brown jersey dress with matching accessories and white carnation corsage. Mrs. Kelly chose a moss green chiffon with full skirt and a corsage of two brown cymbidium orchids. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Medaris. On the serving table were the three-tier wedding cake topped with miniature bride and groom, red and white carnations and white tapers. Serving cake, punch and coffee were Mrs. John Kramer, Phyllis Martin, Barbara Moore and Mrs. Carl Eichenberger. Shirley Brooks registered the guests. In charge of gifts were Mandy Averill and Jane Hahner. Janice Hart assisted. The bride is a graduate of Mount St. Scholastica Academy. She is emploued at Hallmark Card Co., Lawrence. The groom graduated from Ottawa High School and served four years in the US Navy. He is employed at Safeway. a dinner Colbern's Dear Ann Landers: One of the most useful aspects of your column is that all of us recognize ourselves in a letter — sooner or later. I'm writing to you now in the hope that some of my friends will see themselves in this letter and do something about it. People are be-, coming more 7 diet conscious S these days— and this is good. : But w h y in J heaven's name i do they assume! that everyone I they chance to I meet is interested in their battle of the calories? The only subject more boring than what a guy ate for breakfast is a recital of the "cute" things his children said. I've decided that the next person who stops me with, "Do you know what I ate today?" — is going to get this reply: "No, and I couldn't care less, so please don't tell me." Thanks for letting me get this off my chest. I feel better already.-FED UP WITH THE UNDERFED Dear Fed: I've been hoping someone would write to complain about this current affliction. Your letter is a candid and refreshing expression of what a great many people feel — including me. Dear Ann Landers: I was the youngest of ten children. When I married, my folks kicked me out of the house. I rarely see them and have no desire to. High-Smith Vows Read Patricia High, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. High, Tecumseh, and Stephen R. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray V. Smith, RFD 3, exchanged marriage vows Jan. 26. Rev. Travis Sievern officiated at the double ring ceremony in the First Methodist Church, Emporia. The bride wore a blue suit and carried a white Bible and white carnations. The couple was unattended. Both Sophomores at Kansas State University, the bride is majoring in elementary education and is a member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority. Mr. Smith's major, is mechanical engineering and he is a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. The couple is at home at 420 Summitt, Manhattan. My husband's parents are young and full of fun. They both have a terrific sense of humor and we love to go places with them and their friends. My mother-in-law telling me we should socialize with people our own age but we prefer their company to anyone else's. Yesterday I phoned my mother in-law and asked her to go shopping with me. She refused, saying she had a shopping date with Mrs. X. I know Mrs. X., and was hurt that my mother-in-law didn't ask me to go along. Why shouldn't we be girl friends? What's wrong with it? -CAN'T FIGURE IT Dear Can't: Your husband's parents may seem like contemporaries, to you, but you don't seem so to them — for two reasons. First, a generation separates you, and second, your husband is their son. It may be tempting for a young couple to hang around with their parents, but it's far healthier for them to cultivate friends their own age. Take your mother-in-law's advice and don't im pose on her good nature by trying to attach yourself to her anc her acquaintances. Dear Ann Landers: I'm a boy in the ninth grade. A certain blow hard in our room is very bright But he's a goof-off and a homework moodier. He also has a gift of gab that fools the teachers into believing he knows every thing because he speaks with au thoriry after picking people*! brains. This kid told me yesterday (in a bragging way) that his mother is preparing his entry for the Science Fair. She's a smart woman and will do a great job. I want to compete in the Fair but I wouldn't have a chance against this kid's mother. Should I go to the science teacher and tell her what I know? My parents said if I wrote to you, you'd have the right answer. What is it?-LOVER OF TRUTH Dear Lover: Don't be an informer. The best way to deal with cheaters is to go about your own business and let tHem trap themselves — as inevitably they must. THE OTTAWA HERAID 7 Monday, Feb. 18, 1963 ' VALENTINE QUEEN — Debbie Ward (front row, center), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ward, 311 E. 2nd, was named Brownie Troop 348 Valentine Queen yesterday. Runners-up were Melissa Nichols (seated left), daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Bill Nichols, 534 S. Mulberry, and Cheri Jones (seated right), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones, 324 E. 3rd. Girls were crowned by trio standing (from left) Anna Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Johnston, 910 E. 7th; Kay Ice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ice, 310 E. 4th, and Karen Burgoon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Burgoon, 101 S. Oak. (Herald Photo) The Baby Has Been Named The son born Jan. 30, at Baptist Memorial Hospital, Kansas City, to Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Erwin Barry, Raytown, Mo., has been named Jackson Erwin, Jr. Mrs. Barry is the former Vir-- inia Mitchell, t member of the Ottawa University class of 1957. The grandmother, Mrs. Prince Mitchell, Fayetteville, Ark., is former Eleanor Smith of Ot- awa. Great-great-aunts of the aby, Misses Mary and Leila tiles, returned home Saturday fter a week's visit in the Barry ome. The daughter born Feb. 18 at Lansom Memorial Hospital, to rlr. and Mrs. Joseph Lewis Meek, 'omona, has been named Marsa Ann. She weighed 7 lb., 14 oz. Mrs. Kelly hosted Thursday evening at for her son and his bride-elect with 16 guests present. Included were members of the wedding party and close relatives of the couple. The long dinner table was centered with an arrangement of red and white carnations. Vl«w-Ma*tw ^$1.75 Vtew-MMtv 3-RMl Pockets 91.25 Does Memory Bloom in Your Thoughts? Th« educational and • ing gift for children and adult; •like. Choose from an extensive selection of full-color View-Master stereo pictures. , OK PHOTO SERVICE 314 S. Main CH 2-1541 Choose Valentine Queen 2 Grandsons ' . r Born On Same Day Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Reichard, RFD 2, Williamsburg, pe» ceived calls Saturday announcing the births of two grandsons, about 'ive hours apart. The first call was from Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Reichard, RFD 2, Williamsburg, whose son Davin Wayne, was born at Wichita. He weighed 7 lb., 8 oz. Other grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Retzlaff, Valley Center. The other parents are Capt. and Mrs. Leonard Sullivan, Camp Chaffee, Ft. Smith, Ark., whoss son, Stephen Lee. weighed 6 lb., 8 oz. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Loda Sullivan, Lyons. Debbie Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ward, 311 E. 2nd, was crowned Valentine Queen of Ottawa Brownie Troop 348 yesterday at a party at the home of the troop leader, Mrs. A. N. Johnson, 910 E. 7th. Other members of the royal court are Cheri Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones, 324 E. 3rd, and Melissa Nichols, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nichols, 534 S. Mulberry. Adults attending the party were Mrs. Edward Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seaton, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Miller, Mrs. The Milk We Use Is Produced In Franklin County SELECT DAIRY CH 2-1607 Iva Dean Hall, Mrs. Frank Sargent, Mi's. Joe McAuley, Mrs. Don Jones, Mrs. Robert Hollon, Mrs. Lloyd Yohe, James Lyman, Alice Lyman, Mrs. Elmer Ward and Mrs. Leota Hartpence. Queen is selected on basis of behaviour and courtesy displayed at troop meetings, said Mrs. Johnson. Supper For Mariners Features of the Mariners meeting last evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Chandler were a potluck supper and tieing-on service for new members. Co-hosto for the fellowship group of Westminster U. P. Church were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hart. New members are Mr. and Mrs. George Niemann, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Coons, Mr. and Mrs. Hap Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hull. Bill Abbott opened the meeting by giving devotions and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hay conducted business. There were bingo games with white elephant prizes. 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