The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 8
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 8

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 19, 1963
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r - tit f '- ,&' Guardian Visits Bethel Bethel No. 91, Job's Daughters, met Monday evening by special dispensation for the purpose of receiving the grand guardian, Mrs. Pearl Edie, on her official visit, and for initiation of new members. Anne Machin, honored queen, presided. Officers held a candlelight Bible ceremony for the dedication of a new altar cloth. Marilyn Robertson, junior past honored queen, placed the cloth on the altar. Dalene Waymire and Nancy North sang, "The Grand 0 1 d Book." The Past Matrons Club of Ottawa financed the purchase of the new altar cloth for the bethel. Mrs. Ann Jensen and Mrs. Phil McCracken were co-chairmen of the committee. Mr. Clarin Edie, who accompa- Club Forecast Wednesday OARFIELb GARDENERS, Mrs. D. O. Laury BB CLUB, Mrs. Emmett Taylor WESTMINSTER Circles, Martha, Mrs. John Lawrence; Dorcas, Mrs. Mitchell Smith; Lydla, Mrs. 8. M. Brockway FIRST BAPTIST Circles, Esther Oreenmun, Mrs. Zora Winchester; Eileen James, potluck in Elliott hall; Eleanor Stlmson, Mrs. John Reynolds CWr Clrclei, Ruth, Mrs. J. V. HJatt; Lydls, Mrs. Leonard Langford FIRST METHODIST Circles, Deborah, Mrs. Henry A. Parker; Dorcas, Mrs. C. P. Burrows; Esther, Mrs. Opal Howell; Martha, Mrs. Hale Blair; Rebekah, Mrs. Floyd Ogg; Ruth, Mrs. Raymond Hosier EARNEST WORKERS Class, Mrl. Effle Gould, all day MISSIONARY meeting. Church of Brethren, Mrs. Roy Snyder EASTERN STAR THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE nied his wife here, presented the bethel a gavel he had made. Mrs. Edie was presented in the east as Melanie Phares sang, "May You Always." Margaret Williams played an organ prelude. Initiated were Sandra Cook, Donna Jo Brown, Meredith Mavity and Anita Lalman. Ann Geiss sang, "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth." Teresa Moore, librarian, presented her pro-tern, Connie Warnock, who gave the history of Jobs Daughters. The interpretative choir of First Methodist Church presented, "The Lord's Prayer," and Mrs. A. H. North sang. Mrs. Edie gave a reading on the grand,council and second hand smiles. There were 52 choir members, 18 officers, 10 council members and 63 guests. Introduced in the east were Mr. arid Mrs. C. J. Pence, worthy patron and worthy matron of Chapter No. 15, OES; George Ledom, worshipful master, Ottawa Lodge No. 18, AF & AM; Goldie Lawler, past honored queen of Bethel 24, Kansas City, Kas., and Mrs. Lawler, guardian of the bethel; Linda Rye, honored queen, Bethel No. 48, Lawrence; Mrs. C. A. McCormack, Bethel No. 35, Paola; Mr. Wesley Trout, past associate guardian; Mr. Clarin Edie, past associate grand guardian of the state of Kansas. Past Matrons escorted to the east were Mrs. Harold Tetwiler, Mrs. Raymond Smith, Mrs. Don Brown, Mrs. Fred Doman, Mrs. V. A. Schnoke, Mrs. C. W. Thompson, Mrs. Phil McCracken and Mrs. V. I. Crotts. Other visitors were Mrs. H. G. Maim, Wellsville and Mrs. Lloyd Myers, Burlingame. Wellsville Newt An Invitation To Enter "Miss Ottawa" Pageant luced at Tulsa, Okla., but, with he completion of development, he assembly of the reel will take dace in Farmington, utilizing 'tavajo talents. Norman Shannon and Artie Cha- UNION OF EAST AND WEST - Hope Cooke, 22, New York society girl, is pictured with her fiance, Maharaikumar (crown prince) of tiny Himalayan country of Sikkim. She'll be married March 20 to crown prince who is 39, a widower and father of three children. They met in India four years ago. Miss Cooke is an Episcopalian. Pomona News Opens New Welding, Engine Repair Shop ROBIN Ring $225.00 Also $200 to 1800 Wedding Ring $39.75 The r«al difference in diamonds is "quality." Every Keepsake engagement center diamond is guaranteed perfect (or replacement assured). TROUT Jewelry Gives Response At A Meeting POMONA - Nick Hudelson, Jr., Kansas City, Mo., gave the response to the welcome from the mayor of Wichita at the 50th Annual convention of the Kansas liv- stock Association March 14-16 at the Broadview Hotel, Wichita. Nick is a graduate' of Pomona High School and Kansas State, Manhattan, and is now employed in the Suburban Bank in Kansas City. It is a tradition to have the son of the past president, or some other young person, give the speech. Make Winnie A Missourian? JEFFERSON CITY (AP)—The Missouri Senate wants to extend honorary Missouri citizenship to Winston Churchill. It passed and sent to the House Monday a resolution recalling Churchill's famed "iron curtain" speech at Westminster College in Fulton in 1946. By MARY HUDELSON A new business has opened in Pomona. John Scott has started a welding and engine repair shop in the Ray Hughes Building. Almost 300 persons took advantage of the county health department's administration of Type IH polio vaccine at the grade school. Assisting with the program were Mrs. Carol Miller, Mrs. James Driver, Mrs. Gerald Lindsey, Mrs. L. A. Witham, Mrs. Jim Witham and Mrs. Clovis Johnson. Dr. L. N. Speer and Mrs. Rosalie Osburn gave the vaccine. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maywood Hougland were Mr. and Mrs. McCaughey, Mrs. Glen Lancaster and Mrs. Jim Lancaster, Ottawa. Donald Humphreys, Kansas City, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hull, Ottawa, were callers Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Loper entertained Mrs. Hazel Floyd, Elizabeth Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smith and family and Alan Yost, Ottawa, on Sunday. The 24th wedding anniversary of the Smiths was observed. Mrs. Smith is the former Betty Loper. Mr. and Mrs. Don Swallow, Topeka, were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swallow and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gates. They were present for a family dinner at the Gates home on Sunday which observed Gate's birthday. Other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trendel and family, Mrs. Mamie Gates and ilr. and Mrs. Larry Swallow and amily. By BERNICE HOLDEN A group of four Ottawans were guest speakers at the meeting of the Wellsville Kiwanis. They were Dr. Don McKelvey, executive director of the Miss Ottawa Pageant; Russell Crites; Doris Ann Freshour, the reigning queen, and Elizabeth Hinton, Miss Congeniality of the Ottawa pag- enat last year. Dr. McKelvey gave the details of the contest. It will be Friday night, May 3, in Memorial Auditorium, Ottawa. March 25 is the deadline for entries. Scholarships are awarded. The Ottawa Lions Club sponsors the contest which is the third annual one to be held in Ottawa. Miss Freshour, last year's winner, spoke on her experience at Pratt where the state contest, to select Miss Kansas is held. She tried for first place in the talent part of the contest at Pratt. A Junior at Ottawa University, her home is at Greenfield. Miss Hinton, a sophomore al Ottawa University, is from Alexandria, Va. Prior to moving there, she lived 13 years at Honolulu, Hawaii. The Ottawa gnoup left an invitation to the Wellsville area to sponsor a candidate or candidates. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Breithaupt, recently spent three days at Grand Lake in Oklahoma, accompanied by friends, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Thacker, Spring Hill. They report fishing was good. Donald E. Breithaupt, son of Mr adn Mrs. Alvin Breithaupt, stopped for an overnight visit with his parents recently. He was en route to the Eastern States where he is making a television tour to promote interest in the Keahoni Thunderbird fishing reel which he invented. Breithaupt planned stops in Massachuestts, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and North Carolina. Individual stations are giving him television time free during his three to four weeks tour. En route to his home in Farmington, N. M., he will also stop in Cincinnati and Omaha. The Keahoni reel is being pro- ,'NECCMI Need a New or Used Sewing 4 Machine * „. Albright's THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March 19, IMS nay returned Friday from til- day fishing trip to Grand ,14k* in Oklahoma. , ' Suddenly it's SPRING Wed. and Thurs. Special DAIRY CREME Price 'now Pints, 1 5c -- Quarts, 27c and '/2 gal-. 49c WILLIAMS DAIRY CREME Phone CH 2-9730 1644 S. Main WEDNESDAY Tot's Day 1 15% Discount on all Baby Portraits made on Wednesdays. No Appointment Necessary Applies to children up to five years of age. Free Parking at Seller Studio 1525 S. Main Phone CH 2-4893 SUDDENLY Enchante Surround yourself with an aura of elegance . . . complement your newest fashions with the exciting fragrance of Enchante. Colognes, Sprays, Perfume from $2.00 Enchante is just another French word . . . till it casts its spell RANEY REXALL DRUG Ladies' Veil HATS Fancy Veils, Delicately Trimmed with Chiffon Velvet flowers, tailored velvet bows or chenille dots and two velvet bows. Pink, Biege, with Blue, Black and White. 100% Cotton DRESS New Spring Solid and Print Cotton. Fancy Lace trim with Buttons and Bows. Size 1 to 3. Prescription Druggists 304 S. Main Phone CH 2-3092 Size 4 to 12 $2.99 $1.98 EASTER Plush-Cuddlers Soft and Cuddley Sitting and Standing Easter Bunnies (!• v> &**' <v * VZ** >^ ' ">v '' ••*••. *tfr^ t &&&;4&?& ,"•»*.*!«• A*.«.*.y* -;<'»• ^ • ><.' Tender and Fresh Pastel Jelly Eggs Pee-Wee Eggs 39c Lb YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORI AT WOOLWORTH'S FOR GETTING THINGS DONE BY PHONE So maybe the rain is coming down in sheets. Lightning flashing. Thunder booming. No matter how wretched the weather, you can keep right on using your telephone. Some years ago, bad weather might have affected your telephone service. Today, things are different. Most telephone cables are now filled with pressurized dry air. If a cable springs a leak, the force of the escaping dry air holds out moisture and keeps phones working. An alarm automatically tells repairmen the location of the break. Usually, the trouble is fixed and you never know anything was wrong. So go ahead and use your phone when the sky opens up and the ram comes down. Pressurizing telephone cables to give you stormproof dependability is another improvement made with you in mind. Our never-ending goal is to improve your telephone service and make it more valuable to you. SOUTHWESTERN BELL Making telephone ••rvlce bott«r to ••••¥• you better

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