The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 17, 1963 · Page 5
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] Beta Gammas IN BOSSES' NIGHT LIMELIGHT — Mrs. Delbert Campbell, president of Ottawa's Business and Professional Women's Club, brought a couple of "bosses" to club's "Bosses' Night" dinner last night. And they were joined by speaker, J. W. Erier (left), for this picture. At right is Mrs. Campbell's boss at Hubbard Lumber, Ted Clark. Standing behind her is her "buss" at home, Delbert. (Herald Photos) Cuba Topic At B&PW Dinner "A people's revolt in Cuba is hardly possible in the foreseeable future," J. W. Erler told the Ottawa Business and Professional Women last night at the annual Bosses Night dinner. Speaking lo more than 100 persons at the North American Hotel, Erler, Topeka manager of the Sears Roebuck & Co. store, said that "the revolt in Hungary pretty well proved the people can't rise up against tanks and jets." Erler, who has been a foreign manager for the retail chain for many years, told of his experiences in Cuba and Latin America. He pointed out that the big enemies in Latin America are "illiteracy and hunger." "All Latin America is a land in foment. These countries are just filled with poor people who want a better way of life. Television, the cinema, radio have acquainted them with a better way of life. They want it and, if they have to go communistic to get it, that is what will happen." As an example, he said Peru is a land where 97 per cent of the income is concentrated among Exchange Recipes Mrs. Ralph Gage was co-hostess with Mrs. M. J. Gentner last evening for a Beta Gamma tasting party. Members brought special dishes for the meal made by favorite recipes. After a short business session the evening was spent visiting and copying recipes. Among the special dishes was one for Artichoke Salad brought by Mrs. Noel Douglas. Her recipe is given below. Artichoke Salad 1 can (1 Ib.) artichoke hearts 5 to 7 ripe olives 2 cans (12 oz.) V 8 juice 2 pkg. lemon jello 1-3 c. vinegar 1 tsp. salt dash pepper Drain artichokes; slice olives and arrange in bottom of mold. Heat 2 c. V8 juice and stir jel- lo into it until it dissolves. Add rest of ingredients. May be put in ring mold and served on bed of lettuce. Serves 8 to 10. Mrs. E. L. Randazzo, Dallas, Tex., sister of Mrs. L. E. Dauglv arthy, was a guest and told how she makes Italian Artichoke oi which her husband is very fond. Italian Artichokes Put 2 medium size artichokes in saucepan with % c. water. Mix: 1 c. fine bread crumbs Vi c. grated cheese 2 tbsp. parsley, chopped salt, pepper, IVi tps. onion salt Mix and spoon mixture in between leaves of the artichoke. Pour 2 tbsp. olive oil in center of each artichoke. Cover and simmer for one hour. Break off the petals of artichoke to eat as appetizer. The sauce will flavor them. WMUer*. Mn. George •., and Mrs. David Bishop. Thirty-five women attended the coffee yesterday morning at Mrs. A. Doman's home for Army Mothers and friends. Hostesses vith Mrs. Doman were Mrs. Loyd Murray, Mrs. Ward Ralston, Mrs. 0. L. Rathjen and Mrs. William Gossett. Church Group Has Session Mrs. R. 0. Bundy gave the opening prayer for the Monday evening meeting of First United Prcs- jyterian Woman's Association at Mrs. Eva Dale's home. Mrs. Me- Vlillen, sister of the hostess, was guest. Mrs. Dean Driscoll gave the lesson from the book, "Pilgrims from God's People in God's World." Mrs. B. G. Otto gave devotions from, "One People of God." Mrs. Raymond Shields directed the prayer cycle and Mrs. Ralph Paul gave a talk, "The Leas Coin." Mrs. Roy Bones gave report on two more chapters o the study book, "The Edge o Edge." Mrs. Johnnie McEchron baked a cake and sent to the meeting Faith Guild Has Session Mrs. Earl Pope led the study opic, "Spiritual Food on Your able," for Faith Lutheran Guild meeting last evening. Mrs. Wiliam Ackmann was hostess assisted by Mrs. Herman Ackmann. After devotions by Mrs. Dewey Cook members recited the Cord's prayer in unison. Plans >vere made for the LWML Day Prayer service, May 3, staring with a (i:30 p.m. dinner. Invitations were read to the .uthoran Church, Emporia, May , which eight members plan to attend. Six members took part in a skit directed by Mrs. J. W. Emerson about mite boxes. After Mrs. merson told where the funds go and gave a prayer, each mcm- r placed her mite box on the table. T PUNCHBOWL HOSTESSES, Miss Nancy Lollar (right) and Mrs. Chester Mcdaris (center) worked while others chatted during Bosses' Night social hour. At left is Mrs. Ofelita Ivy. all communications, $25000 $450°° Fora Used Piano with • No Nome • No Warranty • No Service • No Delivery • No Resale Value When You Can Buy NEW Wurlitier for $39500 (and your old Band Instrument or Piano) at... Your Music Man BUTLER'S only three per cent of the people. Brazil, he said is a land larger than this country where 50 per cent of the people are illiterate and 50 per cent are hungry. Turning to Cuba, Erler said he was the Sears manager on that island when the dictator, Batista, fell and Fidel Castro took over. He said that "this was no communist revolt. It actually was an agrarian upheaval, or to be more correct, a number of outbreaks all over the island." Castro, he said, just happened to have the largest number of soldiers around him at the time Batista fled the island. At that time, he added, it was a people's revolt against a tryant. Not until later did the communists move in, the Topeka man stated. He then described the manner in which the government took' over the labor unions he press, jusiness and industry, banks and even all real estate. In the schools, he said, Castro is looked upon as a diety and in many ways is glorified as was Christ. "In 18 months Cuba was communized more completely than in any country I have ever visited, and I have been in all the countries of Europe except Rus- a question and answer sia. During session, he brought out the slim chances of a revolt. He said the army and the communists have Party Punch Gal. Jug — 65c We Deliver SELECT DAIRY CH 2-1607 Bill Ding Says: Over 300 Movable shutters and louver doors in stock from 69c and up oo strong a control. "Give a 4-year-old a uniform and a gun nd he will fight for anyone," he aid. As to Castro, Erler said he would be more dangerous to this ountry as a dead martyr than live dictator. Mrs. Elda Campbell, president )f the B&PW, presided and introduced the speaker. T. R. Clark ;ave the response and Rev. Charles Knight gave the invocation and benediction. Susan Kely sang three numbers, accompanied by Susan Sandow. Socialettes Jaycee Jaynes went to the meeting at Mrs. Jim Richardson's last evening wearing Easter bonnets they had fashioned from materials about the house. Entertainment was white elephant bingo. Refreshments were served at the close. Guests were Mrs. Bob THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, April 17, 1963 Elect Officers City Teachers new officers at Wives elected a meeting with Mrs. Albert Keefer last evening They are Mrs. Allen Unruh, president; Mrs. Conrad Downing, vice president; Mrs. Larry Williams, secretary; Mrs. Kendall Hay, treasurer. The officers will take over their duties in June. Plans were made for a picnic, May 18. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Keefer were Mrs. Ben Johrison and Mrs. Ted Brill. Most Complete Line at Albright's put SPRING En your STEP! Ladies If your feet burn and ache from long hours on cement floors ... try — Debbies CU8 C>f Shoes with built-in Arch (They are made to let your feet breathe.) 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