The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 16, 1959 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
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u.\ JUNE WEDDING — Barbara Joyce Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robertson, Richmond, has chosen June 13 as the date of her marriage to James Cover Oestreicher Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Oestreicher Sr., Gardner. The ceremony win take place in St. Therese's Church, Richmond. Socialettes Mrs. A. M. Spears received news of the birth of her first Methodist Circles In Study Meetings Women"? Society of Christian Service circles of First Methodist Church held meetings yesterday afternoon. Dorcas Crcle lesson, "Thy Will Be Done," was given by Mrs. Harry RybcJt. Mrs. Otis Shipps gave devotions using as her topic the character of Dorcas, from the Bible. Mrs. Ralph Welnheimer was hostess assisted by Mrs. Alva Hoover. Mrs. 0. C. Whitaker presided. Mrs. Carl Cayot, a guest and 17 members were present Ruth Circle program topic was, "Medicine," by Miss Ruth Hanna, who pointed out that two of the best are love and prayer. Mrs. W. C. Goodman presided. Mrs. L. H. Hoffman had devotions from the Song of Solomon. ' New officers are Mrs. Goodman, chairman; Mrs. R. D. Spears, vice chairman; Mrs. L. C. Greiner, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Ralph Allen, status of women chairman; Mrs. Lloyd Daugharthy, courtesy chairman; and Mrs. K. H. Mengerhausen, spiritual life chairman. Martha Circle program on Paul was given by Mrs. R. D. Nichols vho also told of a trip to Florida. Mrs. C. E. Buckner's devotions were a follow-up on the Easter heme. Members responded to roll :all with memory verses from the Bible. Mrs. Henry Parker presided New offices are Mrs. Mary W°od- vard, chairman; Mrs. Leroy iurkdoll, vice chairman; and Mrs. Ray Howell, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. E. G. Stith was hostess. Assisting her were Mrs. Minerva Coffman, Mrs. Albert Unruh, Mrs. A. M. Lloyd and Mrs. H. H. Fower. Mrs. Laura Ober was a vis- tor and there were 21 members. today at 4 a.m. He is the son of Lt. and Mrs. Neil Gibson, Ft. Riley. H. B. Club was entertained at a dinner meeting last evening by Mrs. Emmett Taylor. The 10 members present visited after the meal. Monday Stitchers club members visited, sewed and had refreshments Monday evening at Mrs. Howard Henderson's home. They planned a meeting with Mrs. Roland Davis for April 27. 'Garfield Gardeners ] Garfield Gardeners club program last evening was a talk, .•'Down to Earth," by Mrs. Lois Smith, who brought samples of garden products. A discussion period followed. [ Mrs. E. G. Stucker conducted business which included a discussion of plans for Garfield School flower boxes. She named Mrs. lone Dragoft and Miss Mildred Me- Kee to a by-laws committee to prepare minor revisions. Members listed plants which they could contribute to Crestview home plant boxes. , Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Stucker, and her co-hostess, Mrs. Rod Cupp. There was & plant exchange. thy and Mrs. K. H. Mengerhausen. Twenty-two were present. Deborah Circle had a program depicting mission work of W.S.C.S. presented by Mrs. Harry Scott assisted by Mrs. Harold Bennett, Mrs. John Okerberg, Mrs. R. K. Walters and Mrs. George McDowell. Mrs. Scott presided. Devotions were given by Mrs. Kenneth Cook. Newly elected officers are Mrs. Scott, chairman; Mrs. W. H. Twyman, vice chairman; Mrs. McDowell, secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Cook, status of women chairman;,and Mrs. W. J. Stavely, courtesy chairman. Hostesses for the meeting in the church were Mrs. C. A. Novak, Mrs. Lizzie Armstrong, Mrs. Ida Brown and Mrs. Dean Berlin There were 13 members and two visitors, Mrs. Everett Galloway and Mrs. Donald Falls, who be came members. Rebekah Circle had a review ol "Understanding Other Cultures,' by Mrs. Don Brown. Mrs. W. C. Brauer gave devotions. New offl cers are Mrs. F. F. Fockele chairman; Mrs. Lawrence Ogg vice chairman; and Mrs. V .A chnoke, secretary-treasurer. Birthday Party Mrs. Harriet Ward was at home 'to friends yesterday between the hours of 4 and 6 p.m. in celebration of her 97th birthday anniversary. About 30 attended. She lives at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Max Ward. A granddaughter, Mrs. Raymond Schmidt, served assisted by her daughters, Nancy and Bev- 'erly. Patricia received guests. Mrs. Ward's birthday cake was decorated with a Colonial doll. PRINTED PATTERN VanLandingham lans were made to meet with sther Circle at the Church May 3 when Mrs. R. C. Supplee will how slides of Chantauqua, N. Y. if teen members were present. Esther Circle program was, Schools Sponsored by W.S.C.S.," resented by Mrs. M. H. Forester. .Irs. 0. 0. Wolf gave as devo- ons an article, "Stars," from race Noll Crowell's book of de otions. Mrs. M. L. Sellers presided and as elected chairman. Other offi- ers elected were Mrs. J. E. Harlerode, vice chairman; Mrs. Forster,.secretary; and Mrs. Robert )ean, treasurer. Mrs. Harold Miller was hostess vith Mrs. H. C. Constant, Mrs. harles Carey Sr., and Mrs. Mary Slack as assistants. Twenty-one members attended. lesson On Alaska F: J r s t United Presbyterian W.M.S. lesson yesterday was on Alaska, given by Mrs. Carl Wittman. Bible study and devotions were by Mrs. W. M. Johnson who wns also assistant to the hostess, Mrs. W. W. Whltacre. Members gave reports on the April Presbyterial and on a meet- Ing with Main Street United Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Charles Weaver wns in charge of the prayer cycle and Mrs. M. Todd Mac- Women Attend Rally A group of women from Ottawa Church of the Brethren attended a Women's Rally for Northeast Kansas yesterday at McLouth Church of ,the Brethren. Those going were the Mmes. George Royer, T. K. Keelin, Alvin West, William Story, Ernest 1 Young, Albert Baldwin, Roy Gierhard, Ray Simmons, Ernest, Watkins, Louis Dale and Robert 1 and Cecil Spratt and Dennis. The Ottawans presented a play, 'As God is Given Me," a {rue story with setting in the Brethren Service Commission, Kassel, Germany, where dozens of persons ask for needed food and clothing each day. The program included a talk by Miss Julia Mountain, who is serving as secretary to Cherokee Hills Church of the Brethren, a new church. JOSEPH SHELDON, » 1 x months old, is (he son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sheldon Blnko Sr,, 1127 N. Sycamore. Grandparents are Mrs. Helen Rybolt, 912 S. Cedar; Mr. William C. Wenthe Jr., 420 W. 15lh; and Mr. and Mrs. Jess S. Blake, 1115 N. Mulberry. Great-grandparents are Mr C. F. Me- Alexander and Mr. William C. Wenthe Sr., both of Topeka. (Seller Studio Photo) Crystal Shower Mrs. John Bushman, the former Martha Fredeen, was honor guest at a crystal shower last evening. It was given by her aunt, Mrs. George Lister, and grandmother, Mrs. Lena Fredeen, at the Lister home. There were 45 invited guests. Attending from out-of-town were Mrs. Bushman's mother, Mrs. R. C. Fredeen, and Mrs. Edna Soltys, Kansas City; Mrs. Robert Taylor, Paola; Mrs. Harry Goetz, Osawatomie; and Mrs. Neal Baxter, Pomona. Gifts were arranged on a table which once belonged to t h e bride's great-grandparents, Mr. Mrs. Fockele was hostess assist- ""«" m"^-»"»»««'«, "ir. d by Mrs. H. M. VanLandingham. ?"?*"•;George Stephenson who built Summit View, east of Ottawa Country Club, the first modern home here. Mrs. R. C. Fredeen poured from a table decorated with roses and candies. Stamp Holder It only takes a few seconds to glue an envelope on the inside lid of your stationery box and you will find this very convenient for holding stamps, labels and addresses. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Furniture Upholstering Truck Seats Recovered Tarps ft Combine Canvas repaired. Canvas Awnings ROBERT BARNES •26 Ash Phone CH t.324," donald In charge of business. Plans were made for a politick dinner to be held April 20 In connection with a talk by Mrs. Elmer Ross of Spokane, Wash., a teacher in Egypt for several years. She will show slides. Refreshments were served to the 14 members present. A garlic clove kept In a separate bottle of vinegar comes in handy for garlic lovers when making salad dressing. Bridal Shower Patricia Hanes and Gary Burns were honor guostn at a bridal f shower given last evening at the Warren Baker home. Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Dan Arnold Sr. were hostesses. Miss Hanes and Mr. Burns will bo married Friday evening at First United Presbyterian Church. A pink and white color scheme wns used for refreshments nnd decorations. A decorated umbrella was suspended from the celling Baptist Circles Meet First Baptist W.M.S. Circles held meetings yesterday. Esther Grecnmun cricle had the lesson, "Family Life," given by Mrs. Roger Fredrikson, which in eluded the poem, "Home." She displayed several works of art done by natives of Africa, sent by the missionary, Esther Greenmun, for whom the circle was named. Mrs. Rochester Winchester gave devotions, drawing a picture as she spoke. Mrs. E. E. Haley was hostess assisted by Mrs. Howard Henderson and Mrs. Clarence Nearmyer. Mrs. Floyd Minnick presided. Twenty members attended. Eleanor Stimson circle had a lesson on the Middle East by Mrs, Sam Gray and Mrs. Eldon Rader. Mrs. Judson Lee gave devotions. Mrs. Ben ParX was hostess with 10 members present. Mrs. T. W. Henshaw presided in the absence of Mrs. June Willhite. Officers elected were Mrs. Clara Sinclair, chairman; Mrs. L i j 1 i e McCullough, vice chairman; Mrs. B. B. Phillips, secretary; and Mrs. Lee treasurer. Eileen James circle lesson on the Middle East was given by Mrs. L. E. Allen. Mrs. Wayne Gilliland was hostess assisted by Mrs. C. W. Hetberg and Mrs. Allen. Nineteen were present. Dorothy Gray SALON COLD CREAM KRAMER DRUG STORE 134 B. Main CH 2-205? 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