The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 14, 1963 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, March 14, 1963
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Make Old Things Look New p : omen ^ ers ' C/ bquareuance Annual Party r JFoodworfc Regarding Pastime Are your chairs falling apart? Is your closet, attic or garage full of grandmother's old picture frames that would be real treasures if they were repaired? Perhaps you have a lovely table with a dull, marred finish. If you can answer "yes" to any of these questions, then an evening woodworking class at Ottawa High School may be the answer. In the top picture is teach' er being taught. Miss Nora Evans, Senior High math teacher, gets a few pointers on mending picture frames from M. G. Newmaster, Senior High woodworking and mechanical drawing teacher who is conducting the class on Monday evenings. Miss Evans learned to saw the corners at a 45-degree angle and to assemble the pieces in a clamp, using glue and small brads. In the foreground is an antique "jackknife" carved frame which she refinished. The ambitious teacher has a painting class at Ottawa University on Tuesday evenings. "I need frames for my pictures I am painting," she says. "I like working with these tools and would have some of my own if I had a place to work." In the lower picture, Mrs. George Underwood, puts finishing touches on a dining chair frame she has refinished. She already has re-upholstered the seat which is ready to attach to the refinished frame. "We needed more chairs so I went to a sale and bought these sturdy ones for $1.50 NOW SHOWING Box office opens 7:00 p.m. Shown 8:55 Only [ COLUMBIA PICTURES «mn DAVID SUSSKIND MM —QUINNSGIEASON THE UNFORGETTABLE FOUR in a drama of guts and genius I f REQUIEM FORA „ ROD SWING. *— » DAVID SUSSKIND RALPH NELSON CO-HIT Shown 7:30 Only Filmed entirely Army co-operation! A » HUMS nWCIMN OPERATION MAD BALL JKKIOHIIN DMIIVAB IMNKMANI «ft «CK »WW • «MO WMWEM • «08OI MHTH • VMUMIUMK lMWkr«nHURCMnW,JCI>HMMM« K |ymCWMIOQUINC< lk*JCBHAMM each," Mrs. Underwood says. "They refinished beautifully." Mr. Newmaster has his hands full with a class of 15 persons, of whom 10 are women. "The average class member, either man or woman, needs a little help and advice at times," he says. "That is one reason they come to class. Another is to have access to the fine tools at the school" Ottawa Roller Rink Public Sessions Wed. and Fri. 7:30 to 10:00 Sat. nights 8:00 to 11:00 |i Private Parties CH 2-9704 f " Mon., Tues. and Thurs. Sun. Matinee: 1:00 to 3:00 Children 12 and under SATURDAY SUNDAY EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION! MATINEES ONLY Saturday 12:00 - 2:00 - 4:00 Sunday 1:30 - 3:30 A SIORY TO DELIGHT THE VERY Fifty-four couples were present last evening at the annual business meeting and buffet supper of Promenaders Square Dance Club at Country Club. Mrs. Richard Hewitt gave a short history of the club. Members of the hospitality, publicity and membership committee were introduced. Elected were Dale and Bernice Smith, president; Gabe and Delores Mote- let, first vice president and membership; Dean and Donna Sauer, second vice president and hospitality; Richard and Mitzie Neal, secretary; Darrell and Norma Kerr, treasurer. Men's door prizes went to Dean Sauer and George Antone; women's prizes to Mrs. Dale Lybarger and Mrs. Eddie Boyer. Carnation centerpieces were awarded to Bill and Jerry Abbott, El don and Eileene Finch, Emery and Crystal Wilson, Corwin and Bonnie Shields and Ralph and Pauline Grauel. George and Ann Antone were given an honorary membership for the second session. While ballotts were being counted, Emory Wilson, Jim Hornbuckle anc Bill Marks gave a pantomime o washing an elephant. Bill Abbot and Emery Wilson called a few sets. An after party arranged by Mrs. Bill Abbott included games involving new and retiring offi cers, and relays for all the mem bership. Bill Abbott and Gabe Motelet sang two songs at th close. Ottawans At \ OES Meeting Mrs. Kenneth Norton was one if several special guests of Evan- feline Chapter No. 162, Order of astern Star, at Baldwin last night, the occasion being the hon- iring of those holding the office if Electa in chapters of this area. Mrs. Norton holds the of- ice in Union Chapter No. 15, Ot- awa. Other members of Union chap- er attending the meeting were klr. and Mrs. C. J. Pence, Mrs. kfyrtle Doman, Mrs. Melvin >ixon, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Philips, Mrs. James Kilgore, Mrs. Lyle Fouts, Mrs. Roy Donart and Mrs. B. F. Carter. About 80 members of the order attended. Club Forecast Friday PRINCETON Community THE SENIOR CLUB, Youth Center NAOMI CLUB, Mrs. O. L. Breckenrldge, noon luncheon LIBERTY Community, potluck supper, 7 p.m. ADDITIONAL SOCIETY ON PAGE FIVE WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service KIDS ARE TOUGH ON FLOORS.,. But Scuff Proof Floor Enamel Can Take It! SCUFF PROOF Brush or roll it on ... dries overnight to a durable, lustrous sheen. : Scrubbable j Scuff Proof forms a beauty-coat that really resists wear. Choose from dozens of lovely col- . ors. It's the toughest floor enamel ever made ... try it on your floors! $104 7 Gil. SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main WUUNT SUB HE nLCORM &mm SUESUE (Why?) One good reason: Valiant prices now start lower than Falcon or Corvair! Surprised to hear it? You're not alone. Valiant makes a lot of people think it costs more than it really does. Valiant's fresh new styling and rich-looking interiors give the impression of high price. But check the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices. Valiant costs less than its closest competitors. We'll be glad to show you! *From latest available national sales figures of 1963 models in comparison with 1962 models. BOB WHITE MOTOR CO. 118 S. Hickory, Ottawa, Kansas CH 2-4425 THE OTTAWA HERALD % Thursday, March 14, 1M3 * PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUAUITY GREAT SPORT SHIRT BUYS! for Mm's Sizes S,M,l Stock up on short sleeve sport shirts. Handsome combed cotton woven plaids . . . deep tone ed- wardian print button downs . . . easy-care Dae- ron polyester 'n cotton solids. FABULOUS SAYINGS! SEAMLESS NYLONS 3 ». $1.95 Sizes Sy 2 to 11 avg. New low price — Celebrate Penney's anniversary with a stock of stockings! 15 denier dress sheer. Pialn knit in shades of Suntan and Gala. TRIPLE SMART...PENNEY'S QUICK-CARE FASHION BUYS! 3 to 6X, 7 to 14 $ 3 Fabulous investment ... 3 part coordinates in luscious shadings! Easy-care Arnel tri-acetate 'n vest with their own cotton broadcloth blouse. Choose her favorite navy, pink or blue with white. FINE CREASE- RESISTANT COTTONS! SAVE! 36c yd. Big selection of cot* ton broadcloth, oxford, prints for your smartest wardrobe, liveliest home fashions! Thrifty! Charge If Af Penney'3

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