The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 1, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, April 1, 1963
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MR. AND MRS. LEROY DETWILER Vows Solemnized At Bride's Home Clyft Makes Field Trip Saturday Ottawa University Women's Club went to Topeka on a field trip Saturday. In the morning they visited Cedar Crest, the executive mansion where the governor's wife, Mrs. John Anderson conducted them on a tour and served coffee in the dining room. Women report they admired the beautiful paneling, lovely views, and tasteful decorations of the mansion and especially liked the chandelier from the old state house that is in the dining room. The group had luncheon in the Heritage room downtown. In the afternoon they had a choice of visiting the statehouse under guidance of Mrs. Wayne Angell, visiting the Historical Museum, or shopping. The committee for the trip included Mrs. Sherwin Snyder, Mrs. Keith Shumway and Mrs. Orville Glenn. Mrs. Emory McKenzie conducted a short business meeting which included election of offi cers to take office June 1. They are Mrs. Orville Glenn, president; Mrs. Walter Pankratz, vice president; Mrs. Gene Miller, secretary; Mrs. William Hegarty, treasurer; and Miss Evelyn Kinney, scholarship representative. The final meeting of the club year will be a family picnic, May 4. Need Some Help At Supermarket? The marriage of Ann Cooper, daughter of Mrs. Lawrence L. Cooper, Ft. Scott, and the late Dr. Cooper, and LeRoy Detwiler, PRINTED PATTERN 4685 SIZES 14K-24K Wonderful this season, next and the next — it's a classic step- in shaped to flatter short, fuller figures. Easy - sew in cotton, rayon. Printed Pattern 4685: Half Sizes 14& Mtt, 18& 20%, 22>/ 3 , 24%. Size 16 requires 4% yards 35-inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of The Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept, 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUM BER. Just out! 304 design ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern — any one you choose in new Spring Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. son of Ray Detwiler, Mound Sty and Mrs. Richard Cowdin, Htawa was solemnized March 23, at the bride's home. Rev. Frederick L. Jones, pas- or of First Baptist Church, Lawrence, performed the ceremony The setting was the fireplace which was decorated with white chrysanthemums, and white candles in candelabra entwined with greenery. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Larry Cooper. She wore a floor length ;own of white silk organza and ace. Two beaded blossoms held ler short illusion veil. She wore a pearl necklace and carried a xmquet of white carnations centered with red rosebuds. Mrs. Thomas Smith; 'Kansas 3ity, matron of honor, wore a aright blue satin dress and matching hat. The candles were lighted by Kathy White, Newton, whose dress was similar to Mrs. Smith's. William Brown, Horton, was best man. Pat Blair, pianist, ilayed nuptial selections and accompanied the vocalist, Sue Swarts who sang, "Through The Years." The bride's mother wore a grey suit with black accessories and the groom's mother wore an olive green and black suit with black accessories. They wore white carnation corsages. Assisting with the reception were Sharon Honn, Tulsa, Okla., who with Mrs. Fred Walrod, Ft. Scott, cut and served the cake; Cheryl Doherty, who dipped punch and Koeta Dunham in charge of the guest book. For traveling the bride wore a red checked suit, red hat and the red rose corsage from her bridal bouquet. The couple is at home at 602% Kansas, Pittsburg. The bride attended University of Kansas and is now a sopoho- more at Pittsburg State College, majoring in nursing. Mr. Detwiler will graduate in June from Pittsburg State College and plans to teach. Out-of-town guests were present from Ottawa, Mound City, Kansas City, Pittsburg, Ft. Scott, Tulsa, Okla.; and Nevada and Sheldon, Mo. Nazarene Society Mrs. Earl Sommers passed ou prayer request cards at the Fri day meeting of the Nazarene Se cret Pal Missionary Society. Mrs Mark Waugh was hostess. Receiving gifts from pals were Mrs. Ralph Edwards, Mrs. Or ral Staneart, Mrs. Mildred Jef feries and Mrs. George Dunkin Mrs. Edwards gave the closing prayer. Club Forecast Tmeiday AAUW. Mammel Art Center BETA GAMMA, Mrs. Lee Bhelden ENTRE HOUSE, Mrs. Franklin Sheldon CHAPTER OL, PEO. Mrs. Robert M Clogston LOVET*M>d LOYALTY, Mrs. Julia Jones JAYCEE JAYNE8, Mrs. Chet Worl PAST PRESIDENTS, Mrs. Harley Cover HIGHLAND AVENUE, Mrs. Harold French LADIES Missionary Meeting, Faith Bible Church NAZARENE Missionary Society PROMENADERS Square Dance Club Pinking Shears X" N and Scissor rNE€CHI\ Sharpening Albright's SHOPPER'S GUIDE - Miss Mildred Walker, consumer marketing specialist at Kansas State University, will have some grocery shopping tips for housewives when she speaks Thursday at Ottawa. Tea Honors Senior Women Ottawa Branch of American Association of University Women entertained Ottawa University senior women at a tea in Elliott hall yesterday afternoon. A table display -showed aspects of AAUW concerns. Mrs. Ralph Loyd, president, extended greetings and Mrs. Willis Bennett gave a vocal solo accompanied by Mrs. W. G. Hegarty. Mrs. E. E. Caylor told what being an AAUW member means to her. Mrs. Lewis V. Spencer, chairman of the membership committee, was in charge of the tea. Assisting her were Mrs Edgar D. Kerr, Mrs. C. W. Hegberg, Miss Do Bullock, Miss Esther Kennedy and Miss Nelle Buchanan. fore use in the gravy for a stew; if you follow this method remember that during the browning process the flour will lose about half its thickening power. An average retailer may be offered as many as 1,000 new ford items this year. It would be impossible to accept all of them for lack of space. Each time you shop you notice new foods among the 6,000 to 8,000 different food items in the supermarket. Ottawa and other Franklin County housewives are going to get some help with this problem. Miss Mildred Walker, consumer marketing specialist at Kansas State University, Manhattan, will discuss new foods as she presents "Adventure in Your Supermarket" at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 4, at Masonic Hall. Here are some of the things she'll tell you: The ever-changing food retail market grows larger with new food products. Also new is the package. Some of the packages you drop into your shopping cart weren't in existence ten years ago. New packaging materials help maintain the better quality you buy in foods togay. The new packages may cost very little or add considerably to the cost ol the food. As much as 50 per cent of the price tag may be due to the package or as little as five per cent. Today's food shopper wheel: the shopping cart past an aver age of 320 iopds per minute ol shopping time. Included in those food items are many differen forms of food. No matter which foods the shopper chooses, she wants to get her money's worth The cash register clangs up an average of $392 for food for each individual in the family. The hopper varies the final price tag according to many factors including time, energy and income. Miss Walker will discuss the many different forms of food and compare the cost. Socialettes AAUW HAS postponed the meeting scheduled for Tuesday evening. It will be held some time next week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Head and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bancroft went to Kansas City yesterday a meet their daughter and granddaughter, Janet Read, who had THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, April 1, 1963 returned from a 10-day vacation. She visited in Indianapolis, Ind.; with friends and went to New York City on a TWA Happimw tour. 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