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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas • Page 7

The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas • Page 7

The Ottawa Heraldi
Ottawa, Kansas
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Officers Installed By Beta Sigma Phi Three groups of Beta Sigma Phi held meetings Monday night, the last regular sessions until fall. All held installation of of- fie. rs. Beta Omega sorority was entertained at the home of Mrs. Byron Faden, with Mrs. Lyle Grier and Mrs. Glen Bigelow as co-hostesses. New officers installed were: Mrs. Faden, president; Mrs. Jack Terrill, vice-president; Mrs. Charles Gillette, recording secretary; Mrs. Walter Moore, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Robert Moore, treasurer. A business session was conducted by Mrs. Faden, and refreshments were served. Others present were members: Mmes. Womelduff, Loyd Prentice, James Snider, T. H. Gilbert, Robert, Baer, A. R. Peterson and Charles Queen; and, a guest, Mrs. Daisy Gunn, sponsor of the group. It is planned to hold picnics during the summer months. Mrs. William H. Wright a hostess for the meeting of Xi Omicron Exempler chapter, and in stalled the new officers. They are: Mrs. Max Drake, president; Mrs R. E. Roseberry, vice president; Mrs. George Silvius, recording sec retary; Mrs. DeWayne Lofgreen corresponding secretary; Mrs Keith Jameson, treasurer. After the business meeting the group went to Opal's steak house for a dinner at 8:30 o'clock. Other members present were Miss Dorohy Baker, Mrs. Glen Geiss and Mrs. Tom Trigg. The Beta Omicron chapter met it the home of Mrs. Joel Nordeen. Mrs. A. H. North, past president, nstalled the following officers: Mrs. Gardner Campbell, president; Mrs. Bill Baldwin, vice-president; Miss Beverly Hjorth, recording secretary; Mrs. Gay Harris, corresponding secretary; Miss Doris Hjorth, treasurer. Others present were the sponsor, Mrs. Claude Webb; and members Mmes. Robert Melroy, Jerome Minnick, J. T. Seright, David Woods, Harry Brown and Lawrence Ott. A picnic is' to be held at the home of the Misses Hjorth June 11. Shutin Circle The OTTAWA HEBALD--1 Thursday, May 1956 Cooking For Fun (AP News Ftatuns) THE BRIDE COOKS SUPPER con carne seasoning and chili gcftr- well and add salt to taste. Cottk, covered, over low heat about 45 minutes; stir occasionally. over rice in soup plates. small servings. Note: If you like chili very'hot, use about 1 tablespoon chili carne seasoning and 1 chili powder. Mrs. Frank Carroll, Dayton, Ohio, national 1st vice-president of American Baptist Women. Mrs. II. W. Small wood, Fort Scott State president of Baptist Women. Mrs. Earl E. Brock missionary to Assam. Miss Virginia Jennings, state vice-president of Business and Professional Baptist Women. Kansas Baptist Women Will Hold Annual House Parties The Co-Workers Shutin Circle spent Friday afternoon with MrsJ Anna Bryan, with Mrs. Mattie' Gingrich assisting ff and Mrs. Albert Peterson. Refreshments were served. Twelve members were present. hostess. There Women's Page Page Editor Approximately 500 Baptist women will be on the campus of Ottawa University next week, attending their annual House Parties. The General Women's House Party begins Wednesday noon, June C. and closes on Friday at noon. Presiding will be the State President of Baptist women, Mrs. H. W. Smallwood, Fort Scott. The House Party for Business and Professional women will begin Jigtime main dishl Chili con Carne Rice Salad Bowl Fresh Pineapple Cookies Beverage CHILI CON CARNE Ingredients: 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 1 medium sized onion (chopped), pound ground beef, 1 can (1 pound) red kidney beans, 1 can (1 pound) tomatoes, 1 garlic clove (crushed), chili con carne seasoning, chili powder, teaspoon cumin seed, salt. Method: Melt butter in 10-inch skillet over low heat; add onion and cook, stirring occasionally until yellowed. Add beef; mash with a 2-tined fork over moderate heat until beef loses its red color Add beans, tomatoes, garlic, chil Use a deep bowl when you are beating egg whites, rather than a wide shallow untensil. Fyad Meeting Fyads of the Federated church were entertained Sunday night by Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dorkins and CLOVERSET Potfed ROSES In bud and bloom. Come out and see over 60 beautiful varieties. Husky, healthy plants that have been sprayed and fertilized in the pot. These roses can be planted now and for some time to come. That is the purpose of potting so you can still plant the roses you didnt get planted earlier. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Harris, at the Dorkins home. Following a buffet supper, traffic fend safety problems were discussed by Mr. R. J. Conaty, state highway trooper. Others present were: Mrs. Conaty, Rev. W. G. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sala, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. North, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Queen, Mr. and Mrs. John Douglass and Dr. Mrs. Martin Brockway. on Friday at 6 p.m. and close at noon on Sunday. Presiding will be State Vice-president of Business and Professional Baptist Women, Miss Virginia Jennings, Ottawa. Special speakers for these meetings will include Mrs. Earl Brock, missionary to Assam, Mrs. Frank Carroll, Dayton, Ohio, National 1st Vice-president of Baptist women, Dr. William Keucher, Topeka, and Dr. W. L. Muncy, of Central Seminary, Kansas City, Kas. Tonight there will be a victory banquet at the house party to ccle- and We Invite Your CHARGE: ACCOUNt GOSS'S brate the close of two mission in which Kansas women raised $20,000 in the past 18 months. These projects were a bus for an Indian school at Bacone, and a church for Osaka, Japan. Add a can of minced clams (including the juice) to a thick potato soup. Mix in the clams just before serving and heat without boiling. Sprinkle with minced chives or parsley before serving. Herald Want Ads get results. All regular varieties $1.60 Patented kinds $1.75 up There is plenty of time to plant our potted Shrubs, Vines, Phlox, Shade and Ornamental trees. Potting is designed to lengthen the planting season. Don't put it off do it Now! Rose Dust and Sprays Rose Food Tomato Dust Blpssom-Set Peat Moss Aphicides and Insecticides, Sprayers and Dusters, Milor- ganite, Vigoro, Rapid Gro, and many others. WILLIS GARDEN CENTER jp Cherry The Baby Has Been Named Stevenson The daughter born May 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stevenson, 433 S. Cedar, has been named Janice Marlene. She weighed seven pounds, 2Vi ounces. Reed The son born May 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reed, Pomona, has been named Alvin Roy. He weighed eight pounds, one ounce. At Ransom Memorial hospital: Montague The daughter born May 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Montague, Pomona, has been named Julia Ann. She weighed six pounds, nine ounces. Harris The daughter born May 24 to Rev. and Mrs. Bennie Harris, 1016 Ash, has been named Connie Renee. She weighed seven pounds, ounces. Kramer The son born May 24 to Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer, route 1, Ottawa, has been named John Clayton. He weighed six pounds, 2Vt ounces. Socialeffes Kenneth Scherling former Ottawa University graduate, now of Vancouver, B. is spending two weeks' vacation with relatives. He is visiting his mother, Mrs. F. E. Scherling, Miss Marguerite Scherling and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ha- U. S. Savings Bonds are safe. A Tremendous SUCCESS! Yes, Folks, you made the opening of our New Appliance Department a Great Success and we want Each of You to Know We Really Appreciate it. If you didn't get to see our Model Kitchen in Come in Soon for a Demonstration. DOOR PRIZE Winners Were: Hamilton-Beach Mixette Mixer Clate Lewis. Sunbeam Electric Stoneking. G. E. Electric Mahoney. Big Boy Bar-B-Q John Sink. Gallon Vacuum Chas. Williams. Gosco Kitchen Morrisey Frankoma Flower Leona Jones. 7-inch Keen Kutter Scissors Mirro-Matic Coffee Turner. Automatic Gilliland. Set of Pyrex Alfred Meiers. Set of Flint Bar-B-Q Frank New. Clothes E. Turner. Colored Cannister Bernard H. Briggs. Daisy Wall Can Harry Tesar. Electric Kitchen L. A. Reeder. 8-incli Electric Wiederholt. FULL Service Facilities RoomContoners Why Buy Less---Get A Genuine FRIGIDAIRE Priced As Low As 149,95 Only 1 5 Down $2 Week H6S.MAIN PHONE 596 FREE Delivery FREE Normal Installation Latest French Make-up Secret CHOOSE REED BARTON STERLING "air spun face powder with NEW FRENCH FORMULA contains Vital ingredient essential tc the life of every skin cell, of lecithin and cepluilin For many years the name Reed Barton has been a tradition for our brides in choosing their sterling silver. And now, as you are about to be married, we cordially invite you to come and choose your favorite solid silver, in time for wedding gift givers to add to your service! LIQUID MAKE-UP "air spun" face powder French Formula foundation (travel size) VALUE 2 KRAMER DRUG STORE 134 S. Main Phone 214 to rlghtt Silv.r Sculpture $32.50, Clonk $31, Silver Wheat $29.75, Francis I $36.50, Dancing $27.50 411 prlut for teffina and tan MADTSON Jewelers Phone 964 205 S. Main i JEWELS OF THE SEA "TARTAN bonnie stories about your figure, while making headline fashion news! It's a slim sheath that fits close as a hug a deep- toned tartan to work shaping wonders, as its bright white 'frosting sets off your tan. Come try it see just how flattering a Scotch accent can be! Laton plaid, 17.95 Sizes 32-38 Lady Bug, Lady Bug By Feminine lady bugs festoon this cotton suit, which Is light as a feather, but powerfully controlled. Boned bra adjusts to your contours, has openings for Accents bra pads. Completely shirred. Back bodice is double-shirred for good measure. Three color combinations Sizes 10-18 $9.95 JEWELS OP THE SEA 'SPRING case of two wonderful looks in one wonderful swimsuit! Lastex, with all its shape-insuring fit, takes over the crisp, I younger-than-springtime look of cotton. And the clear, clean color is sealed-in by Its beauty is catching it on and see! Flower ticking 17 Sizes 32-38 CflSUfll SHOP TTAWA KAN

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