The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 22, 1963 · Page 5
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Cannon-Kaiser Vows Saturday MRS. GEORGE FREDERICK KAISER Entertains Music Club Janie Centner entertained the Harmony Music Club Friday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gentner. Members played piano solos. Linda Craycraft was awarded the prize for practice hours by the club sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Mrs. Gentner and Janie served refreshments to the nine members and 10 guests present. Carol Fishburn will entertain the club in May. Reciprocity Luncheon Chapter AU hosted a reciprocity luncheon in North American Hotel Saturday. Attending were Ottawa Chapter GL and chapters from lola, Garnett and Humboldt, Forty-two were present. Arranging the program were Mrs. J. R. Henning and Mrs. Dean Royse. Susan Kelly gave two vocal numbers accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Ray B. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Pinney showed color slides of flowers in different lands. Mrs. Franklin Sheldon and Mrs. Royse decorated the tables with arrangements of lilacs, tulips and spirea. Socialettes Coworkers Shut-in Circle members will take sack lunches to their meeting Tuesday with Mrs. Fred Puvogel. Army Mothers will hold an all- day meeting Tuesday in Memorial Auditorium with sack lunch- at es noon. Potluck At Class Meet Friendship class of First Baptist Church served a potluck dinner yesterday in Elliott hall following worship services with Mrs. Mildred Tucker, Mrs. Frank McNutt and Mrs. Lawrence Lundstedt forming the committee. At a short business session conducted by Ecman Jones, president, it was announced the class has contributed $100 to the building fund this month. Visitors were Dr. and Mrs. Ray Jennings and family, and Mrs. Hazel Holdsworth and Mrs. Freda Teague, Chapman, who were guests of the teacher, Mrs. Mae Wolgast. The next potluck will be on June 16. United in marriage Saturday at 6 p.m. in the U. S. Army main post chapel at Ft. Bragg, N. C., were Selby Cannon, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Linden Kinder Cannon, Jr., 3 Totten St., Ft. Bragg; and 1st Lt. George Frederick Kaiser, Ft. Bragg, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick Kaiser, 1123 S. Cedar. Altar vases of white roses and snapdragons formed the setting for the double ring candlelight service. Music was given by Mrs. Spencer Marcy, organist; and Capt. Richard Warren. Officiating ministers, c h a plains at the post, were Capt. James H. Hynek, who performed the marriage ceremony, and Capt. Ralph Wagner, the nuptial eucharist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a long sheath gown of Chantilly lace. The bodice was designed with sabrina neckline and short sleeves. The chapel train of silk organza had insets of lace and was attached at the sides. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a pillbox of net, silk organza and lace, decorated with tiny pearls. Her veil belonged to her twin sister, Linda, wife of 1st Lt. Thomas F. McMorrow presently assigned on Okinawa. The bride's bouquet was of white roses and lilies of the valley. Maid of honor was Margaret Highsmith, Fayetteville, N. C. Bridesmaids were Donna Norton, Lina Smith and Judith Rhodes, Tallahassee, Fla., cousins of the bride, and Joan Haley, Arlington, Va. The attendants wore floor length dresses of turquoise silk organza with scooped necklines and elbow length sleeves. Headpieces were Dior roses of the same turquoise fabric and net. They carried spring bouquets of sweetheart roses, yellow iris and hyacinths. Best man was Lt. Paul William Mandry and groomsmen were Linden Kinder Cannon HI, brother of the bride; Lt. Bruce P. Holmbert Lt. George R. Hill and Lt. Phillip A. Sykes. Ring- bearers were the bride's cousins, Julian Vereen, Jr., and Fincher Williams Smith, sons of Julian V. Smith and the late Mrs. Smith, Tallahassee. The bride's mother wore a powder blue silk organza dress with lace bodice, matching accessories and white cymbidium orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother chose a beige silk shantung dress with lace bodice, with which she Pinking Shears /" "N. and Scissor (NECCHlX sharpening SEWING CIRCLE Albright's wore pale green accessories and a pale green cymbidium orchid corsage. The bride's cake table was covered with an heirloom white linen cloth with insets of handmade lace. White flowers accented with pale yellow were in epergnettes on the candelabra and on the bride's book table. A large white floral arrangemenl was on the mantel, directly in front of which the receiving line was formed in the Hodge room of the Officers Club. The wedding cake was cut with the groom's saber. The couple left the chapel under the tradi tional arch of Sabers formed by the military attendants. For traveling on a wedding trip through the mountains o North Carolina, the bride wore a champagne beige silk dres with matching Kajah coat, beigi accessories and champagne cym bidium orchid. The couple wil be at home in Ft. Bragg. Among social events preceding the wedding was a rehearsal din ner given by Mr. and Mrs. C Frederick Kaiser for the brida party and out-of-town guests Fri day evening, at Gunners' Lodge XVin Airborne Corps Artillerj Officers' Club. Wellsville WSCS Names Officers WELLSVILLE - New officer of the Woman's Society of Chri tian Service of the Wellsville Methodist Church are: Mrs. Clarence Coffman, presi dent; Mrs. Marion Bosworth, vice president; Mrs. Julian Rotman recording secretary; Mrs. How ell Lusk, treasurer; Mrs. Phil lip Jacoby, secretary of chi] dren's work; Mrs. Rowena Pin kerton, secretary of Christian so cial relations; Mrs. Jesse De Weese, secretary of literature anc publications; Mrs. W. D. Farney secretary of missionary educatio and service; Mrs. Oren Carrol secretary of promotion; Mrs Donald Coughlin, secretary o spiritual life; Mrs. Jennie Lytle secretary of student work; Mrs Paul Warren, secretary of sup ply; Mrs. H. J. Grewing, secre tary of youth work. THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, April 22, 1963 We Deliver To Your Door 6 days a week SELECT DAIRY CH 2-1607 Ottawa Lions Club presents the MISS OTTAWA Scholarship Pageant May 3and4, 8:00 P.M. MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM A different show each night, Attend BOTH NIGHTS. SPECIAL GUESTS |T "•j-.r.Vn'it Ijijlilljljilffn Pi'i|V ' i ;„!'., ! ',i'! .'"ilil/C.'I'ifllli •'' ., "i ,'''si 'ir;!H'!rai.k' !„ ll«^ ' NEW OFFICERS of Faith Chapter, Gold Star Mothers, installed len, junior past president, and Mrs. Mary White, Mid (waled* yestarday, are (back row, from left) Mrs. Roy Bones, Mrs. from left) Mrs. Ray Howcll, Mrs L. B. Paine, president, Mrs. Vkdft Marie Gossett Mrs Chris White, Mrs B. G. Otto, Mrs. J. H. Med- Bcasley and Mrs. Joe Lawson. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Ruhamah WMS Meets Mrs. Grover Froggatte was in charge of installation of officers for ruhamah WMS Thursday at the home of Miss Grace Brewer, Ottawa. The theme was, "Crown Him Lord of All." Members answered roll call with Bible verses and reports of calls made. Mrs. Jim Seymour was in charge of the love gift service. Invitations were read to attend spring teas, Peoria, April 24, and Union Chapel, May 2. Refreshments were served to the 14 members and two guests present Gets leadership Service Award WELLSVILLE - A first certificate of progress has been awarded to Mrs. 0. D. Garrett by the board of education and publication of the American Baptist Convention, division of Christian education. Mrs. Garrett received the certificate in recognition of the completion of at least one year of leadership service in the church or a related agency, and growth in Christian experience. Mrs. (iarrett currently is chairman of the board of Christian education of the New Hope Baptist Church. New Officers Are Installed Faith Chapter, Gold Star Mothers, entertained chapters of Pittsburg and Topeka as guests at a basket dinner yesterday in First Christian Church annex preceding installation ceremonies for the Ottawa and Pittsburg chapters. Mrs. Joan K. Vilmer, Pittsburg, past national president, was honor guest. Tables were decorated with vases of lilacs and tulips and at each place was an individual cake decorated with a gold star. At 2 p.m. the national regional vice president, Mrs. B. G. Otto, called the meeting to order. Colors were presented by Mrs. Mary White and Mrs. J. H. Medlen. Following the pledge of allegiance there was a prayer by the chaplain, Mrs. Viola Beasley. Mrs. Otto was installing officer for Memory Chapter, Pittsburg, with sergeants-at-arms. Mrs. Ray Howell and Mrs. L. B. Paine, presenting the officers for installation. Officers of Faith Chapter were installed by Mrs. Vilmer. The two new presidents made acceptance speeches and calls for deeper devotion and consecreation. Mrs. Paine is the new president for Faith Chapter. Following a prayer by the chaplain the members of the three chapters repeated the precept, May the blessed light of our star travel far." Colors were retired and the meeting closed. Chapter members wore uniforms of white and gold, the official colors of the organization. Thirty-six members and guests attended. Fathers from Faith Chapter who attended the dinner DAIRY QUEEN Now Has Fresh Lime SLUSH also Orange • Grape - Cherry Try It New! were Ray Howell, L. B. PailMy Olin James and Joe Lawson. Club Forecast LEGION AUXILIARY scwlnf Mrs. James Durbin, 1248 8. Mala CHAPTER AU, PEO, Mrs. H. J. Lamb COWORKERS SHUT-IN Circle, Mrs. Fred Puvogol PAST COMMANDERS Club ARMY MOTHERS, Memorial Auditorium, all-day, sack lunch** WOMEN PAST21 WITH BLADDER IRRITATION After 21, common Kidney or Bltddtr lit citations affect twice as many women W men and may make you tense and nervettt from too frequent, burning or Itehlnf urination both day and night. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and suffer from He*4> aches, Backache and (eel old, tired, depressed. In such Irritation, OTBTBZ usually brings fast, relaxing comfort hf curbing Irritating germs in Itrong. MM urine and by analgesia pain relief. Oet CYSTEX at druggUU. Feel better HARD OF HEARING? If you have a hearing problem you are cordially invited to attend the Special Hearing Aid Clinic sponsored by Beltone Kansas City Hearing Service on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24th. NORTH AMERICAN HOTEL. Noon till 3 p.m. Don't Miss This! Have your hearing tested without obligation. With the new streamlined Beltone hearing aid glasses, or tiny ear level itid, you may be able to eliminate the STRAIN or EMBARRASSMENT caused by hearing loss. Hear better in groups, church or distance. Make it easier for your family and friends to converse with you. Mark your calendar now to attend. NO OBLIGATION. Users of other makes of aids also cordially invited. Your Fashion Store MISS KANSAS 1963 Beverly June Wood Friday, May 3 MISS KANSAS 1962 Carolyn Jane Parkinson Saturday, May 4 TICKETS General Admission $1.00; Reserved Seats, $1.25 Combination Reserved Seat Ticket for Both Nights, $2.25. Available from Lions Club Members, Crites Appliance Center or Box Office on nights of production. RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE at CRITES, 419 S. Main, starting MONDAY, APRIL 29 The MISS OTTAWA PAGEANT is an Official Preliminary of The MISS KANSAS and MISS AMERICA PAGEANTS Sizesr 10A-20A. Arnel (75%) and cotton w,ci cord jacket dress. Set-in bias band on .dress and jacket for smart style, effect. Colors: Black, brown, blue Btyle.No. 80S $14.95 ROSES Potted and growing Ready to bloom Highest Quality Best Varieties ROSES Over 50 varieties, patented and regular. Bush form, climbers, pillars, floribumlas, all potted and growing for your satisfaction. Yes, we have the two AAKS winners for '63: Tropicana and Royal Highness, two really outstanding varieties. — Miniature Roses, too. Tiny, hardy plants that do well in planter boxes or in borders. They are everblooming. Everything for your lawn and garden. Open 8:00 to 5:30 every day except Sunday WILLIS GARDEN CENTER 5th and Cherry

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