The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 19, 1963
Page 7
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™ • " v-;i" ' . rat OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Much II, 1M! Pomonan Heads Cow-Belles MRS. NICK HUDELSON Vows Read In Ottawa Mary Johnston, daughter of Mrs. Esther McCullough, and John W. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis, Kansas Gty, were married at Westminster United Presbyterian Church Sunday afternoon. Rev. E. E. Caylor officiated. Marian Ishang was maid of honor and David Bentley, Kansas City, was best man. The bride wore a navy blue suit and her attendant wore a green suit. Their corsages were of baby carnations. The bride carried a Bible topped with white carnations. A reception was held at the home of the bride's mother. Serving punch and cake were Cathy Finley and, Linda Humphries, Topeka. A large, bouquet of white and lavender carnations centered the serving table, a gift from the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. L. E. Tussing. Mrs. Lewis is an X-ray technician at St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City. Mr. Lewis is assistant manager at the Netherland Hotel, Kansas City. The couple is at home at 40th and Main, Kansas City. Other out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Elkinton and Mrs. Jean Finley, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robertson, Vicki and Kay, and Mrs. David Bentley, Kansas City. Lesson On Missions Carolyn Fisher gave the lesson on, "Missions," at the home of Mrs. Carl Nutt, Jr., for Trinity Methodist Wesleyan Service Guild last evening. She displayed the Guild emblem and explained its meaning. • It was reported the financial goal of the Guild has been met and the display will be at the annual Kansas Conference meeting in Emporia, March 30 and 31. New officers elected are president, Mrs. Erwin Hfeppy; cive president, Mrs. John Kelsey; recording secretary, Mrs. Arthur Brink; treasurer, Mrs. William J. Wright; co-ordinator, Mrs. Roy Armstrong; departmental secretaries, Mrs. W. F. Lehew, Mrs. Paul Shannon, Mrs. Glenn Miller, Mrs. Russell Nordyke, Beverly' Hjorth, Jeannette Arnold and Doris Jane Hjorth. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Chester Waller. Mrs. Nick Hudelson, Pomona became the 14th president of the Kansas Cow-Belles at their an nual meeting, March 14-16, helc at Wichita in connection with the 50th annual convention of the Kan sas Livestock Association. She advanced to this position from having held the offices of State secretary - treasurer and presi dent-elect. Mrs. Hudelson has belonged to the Kansas Cow-belles for abou 7 years. She has served as vice president in charge of meat pro motion and public relations. As placemat chairman, she did mucl to promote the beef industry am add to the organization's treas ury. Mrs. Clarence Sprout, Mullin ville, was the retiring president Other incoming officers who wil progress to president were Mrs Walter Broadie, Ashland, Presi dent Elect, and Mrs. George H Frita, Brookville, Secretary-treas urcr. The Long Branch Variety Show group from Dodge City provider entertainment. Mrs. Hudelson and three others were presentee red garters as honorary Can-Can girls by Kitty. The first 25 worn en who arrived at the breakfas won aprons. The Baby Has Been Named The daughter born today a Lawrence Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Roderick A. Baer 1334 Tennessee, Lawrence, has been named Dana Larios. She weighed 7 lb., 15 oz. Mrs. Baer is the former Marcelina Larios daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. M Larios, 921 N. Hickory. Mr. Kurt Baer, Santa Barbara, Calif., is the paternal grandfather. The son born March 15 to Mr and Mrs. Theodore E. Moon, Kan sas City, Kas., has been name< David Brent. Mrs. M. 0. Moon 521 S. Cedar is the child's grand mother. At Ransom Memorial Hospital The daughter born March 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Foster Roberts, Pomona, has been named Naomi Jeanette. She weighed 9 lb., 1 oz. The daughter born March 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwarc Wayne Miller, 803 S. Poplar, ha been named Lisa Rena. She weighed 5 IDS., 9% oz. The daughter born March 15 to Mr. and Mrs. James Andre Ferguson, RFD, 1, has been named Diane Renee. She weighed 6 Ibs. 8'/2 OZ. The daughter born March 16 to Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Junior John son, 823 N. Cedar, has been namet Teal Renee. She weighed 10 lb. 7 oz. The daughter born March 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Logan Lee Nel son Bond, 908 Maple, has been named Linda Kay. She weighec 8 lb., 141/3 oz. Socialettes Eagles Auxiliary meeting planned for Thursday has been postponed until Feb. 28. City Teachers Wives entertained their husbands at a dinner Saturday evening in Garfielc School. A St. Patrick's Day theme was carried out. The committee included Mrs. Henry A. Parker, chairman, Mrs. Don Kornhaus, Mrs. Ed Henry and Mrs. Tom Jordan. The men were in charge of bingo games for entertainment. What better time, what better gift... aWORLD BIBLE at Easter KINO JAMES OR REVISED STANDARD VERSION A thoughtful gesture, a treasured gift. World Bibles are beautifully printed, superbly editions suitable for all. Choose from our wide selection of young folks', students', personal, brides' and large print Bibles...priced from $3.25 to $15.00. DIDDE OFFICE SUPPLY 310 S. Main CH 2-4860 SORORITY GUESTS-Omega Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, entertained their rushees at a progressive dinner last evening. Standing are Mrs. Virgil Chambers (left), Mrs. Jerry Thompson, Mrs. Ted Coons and Mrs. Dick Williams. Seated are Mrs. Keith Gaeddert (left) and Mrs. Don Burroughs. Woman s Association Mrs. Roy Bones conducted a short business session for First United Presbyterian Woman's Association meeting at the church last evening. Mrs. George Allman gave the devotional topic, "God Chooses a People," and conducted the prayer cycle. Mrs. John Clotfelter, chairman of the steward group, reviewed the topic, "Stewardship," from "God's People in God's World." Mrs. Roy Bones reviewed a portion of the study book for the year. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Lyle Hanes, assisted by Mrs. George Louderback. Sorority Fetes Six Rushees Omega Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, entertained six rushees at a progressive dinner last evening, starting at Mrs. Jim Dykstra's home. They were Mrs. Virgil Chambers, Mrs. Jerry Thompson, Mrs. Ted Coons, Mrs. Dick Williams, Mrs. Keith Gaeddert and Mrs. Don Burroughs. Mrs. Terry Vogler was in charge of serving of appetizers and punch at the Dykstra home assisted by Mrs Dykstra, Mrs. Duane Hall and Mrs. Ralph Shaffer. Mrs. John Farquharson was EVERYTHING IN FLAT GLASS WINDOWS MIRRORS FURNITURE and DESK TOPS SUFFRON Gloss Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 WHY ME PHMOHII or urn PAA One good reason: When other warranties are done, Plymouth's has 3 years to run! With so many new-car warranties being offered by car manufacturers, it's the wise car buyer who gets the longest and the best... Plymouth's 5-year or 50,000-mile warranty**. And this is just one reason why Plymouth's sales are booming. Come in today and discover why Plymouth is your best buy. V Based on 1963 Plymouth sales for December, 1962, In comparison with sales of 1962 models for December, 1961. * * Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's Warranty against defect* In material and workmanship on 1963 cars has been expanded to Include parts replacement or repair, without charge for required parts or labor, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever domes first, on the engine block, head and internal parts; transmission case and internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shaft, universal joint* (excluding dust covers), rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable Intervals according to the Plymouth-Valiant Certified Car Care schedules. Plymouth's on the move. See it at: BOB WHITE MOTOR CO. 118 S. Hickory, Ottawa, Kansas GH 2-4425 chairman for the dinner served at Mrs. Corwin Shields' home. In charge of serving of dessert at Mrs. James McCrea's home was Mrs. Tom Marks. Mrs. Bob Watkins told the guests about the purpose and activities of the sorority. It was announced that new officers are Mrs. Watkins, presi- dent; Mrs. Dykstra, vice president; Mrs. McCrea, recording secretary; Mrs. Leland Gilliland, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Shields, treasurer; and Mrs. Marks, city council representative. Entertainment was playing of the game, Password, and visiting. June Bride Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Haughn, Quenemo, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Jean, to Hal Wayne Logan, son of Mr. and Mrs. C, K. Logan, ST., Arlington, Va. The wedding is planned for June 9, at Quenemo Federated Church", .Miss Haughn is a senior in Quenemo High School. She plans to attend college and major in business. Mr. Logan was graduated in 1960 from Quenemo High School. He is a salesman for Crane'and Co., Topeka, Use Glass Plate Few kitchens boast glass bells for preparing that Victorian elegance, mushrooms under glass. But did you know that you can SANDRA HAUGHN use inverted heatproof glass deep pie dishes instead of the bells? Attention Newlyweds 3 Rooms Fashion Furniture Living Room, Bedroom, Kitchen only *389 $5.00 V/eeJt/y he friendly Store r This Spring, Plan ta Crop •< SECURITY Plant a dollar in a SAVINGS ACCOUNT Nourish it through the year with regular deposits. H financial vest a crop of security Current Dividend LOOK AHEAD -- SAVE NOW! Your SAVINGS INSURED up to $10,000 by the (FSLIC) Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation OTTAWA SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION 109 East 2nd Street Dial CH 2-2804 Your Hometown Savings Center Conveniently located in Downtown Ottawa Liberal Dividends Every Year Since 1889 DIRECTORS F. R. Bennett Milo M. Hewitt H. J. Kenning Wm. W. Wallace Dean Berlin

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