The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 28, 1963 · Page 5
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KIRBY LYLE is the 2'^.year. old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lyle Cain, Topeka. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Cain, Pomona, and Mrs. Nellie Cames, Ottawa. MICHAEL ALAN h 2-yetr- oW son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lutie, Lincoln, Neb. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Thornbrugh, Williamsburg, and Mr. Claude Lutze, Racine, Wis. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, and Mrs. C. W. Thornbrugh, Quenemo. Mrs. Frank Hammock, Quenemo) is a great • great • grandmother. (Wright Photo) Mission Society Holds Meeting Everett Davis, member of a youth group, led the song service Wednesday evening for the Nazarene Missionary Society. Mrs. Earl Sommers, prayer and fasting chairman, explained the prayer chart. Each member will be given a card with prayer requests each month. After the business session, the second lesson on New Guinea was presented. Speaks On Current Composers The program for the Skilton Music Club at Mrs. Ray Kelly's home last evening, was given by • guest, William Kloster, music instructor at Ottawa University. He spoke on contemporary composers and their work and discussed the use of the 12 tone techniques. A recording by Pierre Bou- lez, "The Master Without a Hammer," was given. Boulez is a contemporary French composer who writes in a very advanced and modem manner. His compositions have no tonal center, no apparent melody and do not use the usual rhythm pattern. Many of his compositions are settings of modern abstract poe- y- It was announced the next meeting will be the annual youth program, open to the public. It will be at First United Presbyterian Church April 24, at 7:45 p.m. On May 15 the club will hold a dinner at Mrs. E. G. Stacker's home. Co-hostesses assisting Mrs. Kelly last evening were Mrs. Raymond Gillette and Phyllis Foster. The Baby Has Been Named At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The son born March 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Mark Patton Nesbit, 1426 S. Cedar, has been named William Mark. He weighed 8 lb., 4V 2 oz. The son horn March 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fred Fischer, Waverly, has been named Terry Dean. He weighed 6 lb., 15 oz. The son born March 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Leonard Rocker, 1127 N. Hickory, has been named Darren Wayne. He weighed 8 lb., 12 oz. The daughter born March 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wayne Player, 428 Walnut, has been named Sherri Lynn. She weighed 6 lb., 12 oz. The son born March 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Richard Finch, RFD 1, Rantoul, has been named Patricia Carol. She weighed 7 lb., 8& oz. The son born March 26 at Ransom Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Eldon Kirkland, RFD 1, Rantoul, has been named Randy Dean. He weighed 6 lb., IK oz. 53 DINETTE SETS Must Be Sold By Saturday, March 30 All Marked I Down to... '/2 Price --PlusA-- FREE Pair of Shoes! .. Even at '/ 2 PRICE.. You still get, as an extra bonus, any pair of shoes you desire - regardless of price -• expertly fitted by Gene O'Connor of O'Connors Shoe Store. "The Small Store with The Big Deal" WHITE'S Furniturt ft Appliance "Your Francnised G.E. Dealer" 330 S, Main . CH 2-4637 FINISHING TOUCHES - Sherrill Shoemaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shoemaker, RFD 4, adjusts sleeve length of new dress which Mary Tipton has made in clothing class at Ottawa High. Mary is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Tipton, 933 Ash. Members of class, taught by Miss Rose Shular, have just completed their third class project chosen on basis of personal wardrobe needs. Clothing is only one of fields fa home economics. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Stressing Home Economics Through Kansas This Week It is very apparent in Ottawa Senior and Junior High Schools that this is Kansas Home Economics Week. Posters proclaiming the fact are placed about the buildings and every girl enrolled in a home economics class is wearing a special tag. Mrs. Frances Wren is chairman for the week's activities which include sending a letter to all graduate home economists in Franklin County to stimulate their interest in the subject. Miss Rosemary Crist, Franklin County home economics agent is the speaker for a tea this afternoon by FHA members for all girls interested in home economics. Miss Grist's subject is "Careers in Home Economics." What is home economics? This question is often asked. As a field of study and in practical application, home economics is concerned with the well-being of people, the improvement of homes, and keeping significant values in home life. Many home economists are employed in business, industry, and by associations and agencies. These home economist provide the link through which consumer need are interpreted to industry, and which in turn aid families in their use of products and services. Dietitians, nutritionists, sped- alists in institutional management, and other home economists serve on the staffs of hospitals and other institutions, in restaurants, schools and in industry. Social welfare and public health agencies at all levels of government employ home economists. Others work with volunteer agencies. Recently a new field of service, that of international service, has been expanding rapidly. Of the 33 graduate home economists in Franklin County, the greatest number are homemakers, many are teachers and there is one each, of nurse, social welfare worker and proprietor of children's store. "Singer" Repairs and /^ N Service ^iccm Albright's Now's the time to make the' cli to a MODERN ELECTRIC RANGE and Nc«*e IwtittoMe k£hchfc HERE'S WHY: eue*y yea*! offers to much fir* styling, along with the Meet end desirable ftMurts ...MS modem Electric Ran*. Designed lor today's better livid* it combines (unction*) beauty with simple food lute. It's the choice of those •4w want tha bast, the most up-to-date . . . yet costs so little to own. It's a start toward Alt-Elect* living ... the mark of a truly dMtadrw home! Meat Oepuuktifify * is as dependable as your Electric Clock. The same Mine of power that fives you the correct time with apht-saoand accuracy, also provides the eud degree of heal your recipe calls lor ... throughout the entire cooking period ... the same every time. There's n* with an Electric Mango) SEE YOUR DEAUI NOW! Kent cooks with an Electric flange why she likes it and she'll usually say: "It's so dean . . . really cleanl" Yes. kitchen walls and curtains do stay fresh-looking. Pot* and pens etran the range, with its sell-cleaning surface units—remain spending bright. There's KM one simple reoean: Electric heat to flameleu . . .as clean aa fffffHffitfiffli! It isn't what you pay ... n't what you fat far your money that counUI This is particularly true of Electric cooking, which gives you so many more benefits . . . yet costs lest than most people Ifcmk. A survey of Kansas City families shows that they cook with Electricity for an average ol less than $2 a mentM THE OTTAWA HERALD .* Thursday, March 2ft, > 1961 ''"" GALS LOVE THESE LONG LEAN At Litwin's These are the slim slacks with the trim fit that spells comfort and flattery. See this group today. Ottawa's Largest Selection of Slim Capri Pants in every best known Fabric. Cotton Chinos, Gabardines, D a c r o n Blends, Plaids, Tarpoons and others. 1.98 to 3.98 Pants Sizes 8 to 44 New Easter Dresses Fashion Perfect for IN PRINTS AND PLAINS Easter and After These Pretty Dresses Go Parading Right Into Summer Sizes 5 to 50! Delightful New Hues Style for Easter Women's Fashion Shoes For dress or tailored wear. Plain or trimmed styles. High or mid-heels. Black patent, bone, black and white. 4.98 5.98 Size* 41/2 to 10 PRETTY PATENT STRAPS FOR LITTLE MISSES Sizes 81/2 to Big 3 Gleaming black patent leather Swivel Strap or Pump Style. Just right for that dress-up look. Many, many styles to choose from. 2.98 WEEK END DOOR BUSTERS $2.98 Ladies'-Misses' SNEAKERS Women's Usually $3.99 $ 1.98 Black-White Navy - Plaid $ DUSTERS 2.98 Sizes 10 to 44 Polished Cottons Latest Lingerie Fashion PETTI PANTS and HALF SLIPS Easy care rayon acetate in pastel shades. Sizes S-M-L. Special Discount 98 Ea. A T L I T W I N •s IDEAL FOR GRADUATION FOR EASTER Sensational Savings On Men's Hard Finish SUITS 29"-»35 Handsome new all wool fabrics, richly blended shades and patterns at sensational savings. Sizes 34 to 50! Regular — Shorta — Longs. Big Boys SUITS Q80 To 19" FOR EASTER AND GRADUATION Sizes 10 to 18 Little Boys' SUITS Sizes i to 8 6 98 Men's WRANGLER JEANS 98 2 LITWIN'S

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