The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 30, 1959 · Page 7
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Si L MRS. RICHARD DAVID ANDREWS Former Pomonan Wed In Ga/ifornia Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barkley of San Bernardino, Calif., formerly of Pomona, announce the marriage of their daughter, Wanda Charlene, to Richard David Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Andrews, Redlands, Calif. The marriage took place in the parsonage of the Community Baptist Church of which both are members and was witnessed by the pastor and family. The bride wore a silver metal'.; lie sheath dress with white acces series and corsage of pink roses. After the ceremony the couple CHARLES MELVIN JR., one t?j year old, is the son of Mr. and I 1 Mrs. Charles Melvln Weber, Po- 1 mona. Grandparents are Mr. | i| and Mrs. George Flnley, Prince -_ | ton; and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weber, Centervillc. (B e 1 1 c r Studio Photo) i f • fracas eft on a short wedding trip and re now at home at 650 East Lauel St., Colton, Calif. Mr. Andrews returned recently rom IB months service in t h e J.. S. Navy. He is employed in onstruction work. Mrs. Andrews is a granddaugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Jarkley, Pomona; and a great randdaughter of Mrs. George Vlaxwell, 621N. Main. Says Men Cause All Trouble For Women Drivers By DOROTHY ROE AP Women'! Editor The trouble with women drivers is men, says blonde, breezy Pat Jones, of Wichita, Kan., professional stunt driver who teaches driving in her spare time. "There's always some > man either in the front seat or the back who gets the woman at the wheel rattled," says Pat. "If he's a husband, it's fatal. No woman can be expected to keep her mind on her driving when her husband is sitting beside her saying 'Watch that car ahead! 1 . . . 'Don't forget to signal!' . . . 'Wow! You just missed that one!" ... or 'Baby, can't you stay on your own side of the road?'" Pat was interviewed in New York after winning an economy mileage test run, driving a standard Dodge from Kansas City to New York and beating the men drivers. She has driven 50,000 miles, in the last seven months, and is a member of Jack Kochman's Helldrivers, doing firewall crashes, crash rolls and ramp-to- ramp leaps. "It gives you confidence in ordinary driving to know how to crash," says Pat. "Maybe that's why most women are so nervous when they're at the wheel — PRINTED PATTERN News Front Richmond Area MISS MABEL CHANDLER •Mr. and Mrs. Chris Plckert's eight children and their families were here to spend the weekend with them, honoring their 40th wedding anniversary. Sunday they all attended communion in a group at 10 o'clock mass at St. Therese's Church. Present were the Al Vodopests, Claron and Everett Pickerts, Kansas City, the John Fob,, Bartlesvllle, Okla., Mr. and Mrs, Russell Bailey, Lawrence, the Junior Faggs, El Dorado, Pfc. Marvin Fickcrt, .Fort Sam Houston, Texas and the Cllf ford Briggs. Others present for the dinner Sunday were Mrs Herman Hermreck, Mr. and Mrs John C. Pickert, Garnett, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Pickert, Kansas City and Father Owen Cote. Mrs Joe Mildfelt baked and decorated the cake that was a feature o the dinner. Mmes. Alma Bastin, G r a c Heller, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sev erns spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs. Earl Billett in Counc Grove. The Severn's daughter Mrs. Howard Bradley and family Manhattan spent Sunday wit them. The Leisure Hour Club me Wednesday afternoon with Mr: Edwin Horslick. Mrs. Joe Wit nan reviewed "The Days Before esterday," by Fern Crehan. The Friendly Circle met at the hurch basement Thursday (or a, otluck dinner and to tack corn* orts. The house on the Caslda farm coupled by Mr. and Mrs. ord Shaw is being wired f lectrlcity. f Mmes. Ernest Van • Wle o r and Mrs. Fred Welsner were hostesses «t day. he meeting of the St. Thercse Pinochle Club Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Severns have received word (hat their grandson Billy Kruger, 6, Oklahoma City, ell and broke his arm last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hendrlck- son, Houston, Texas were Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Dietrich. Mrs. Hendrldk- son was formerly Miss Shirley Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Mishler, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Barncord spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mishler In Houston, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelsey left Tuesday for their home in Seat tie, Washington The condition of John Miller i patient at the Allen County Hospl tal is improved. Henry Feuerborn took his daughter Mrs, Don Koncak anc Of son David to Kansai City SuhdayiTh* OTTAWA to take a plane to their home in [Thursday, April Minneapolis, Minn. Herman Bowman, Norman, Okla., spent several days I * g week here with his •rolflUyes; and friends. <'- T <\-J* f he Chester Coals visited the Clarence Campbells in : Kan»ai| City and Bean CoaU in lndepend«| ; ^ n j ( .;i ence, Mo., Sunday. Nine members and one Mrs. Dan Lioktelg attended' the meeting of the Mt. Carme! 1 Club fit Mark Rocker Mmes. Mark Jr«., Thurs Rockers Sr,, and Miss Mnry Pickert received high scores. Fred Lltsch, Gnrnett spent last week with his daughter Mrs, What's Cooking? Brown sugar gives to desserts taste treat all its own. Try this easy recipe calling for brown su- ;ar furnished by Mrs. Albert Barnhart, RFD 4, a member of Sand Ireek HDU. Butterscotch Pie % c. water 1 c. brown sugar butter size of walnut Boil about 5 minutes or until thick. 2 egg yolks beaten 2 tbsp. flour 1% c. milk Mix together and put with syrup and cook untii mixture thickens. Pour into baked pie shell. Cool and serve with whipped cream. they've never crashed." Miss Jones does not advise women drivers to go out and crack up to gain confidence. You have to have special cars and special gear for that. But she thinks nothing of driving a car head-on into a brick wall when she's prepared. "Once when I was racing I got to thinking about a boy I'd met, and I turned over seven times going around a curve," she says. "It was okay. I wasn't hurt. Only 1 didn't win the race." Pat was born in Ebano, Mexico, daughter of an American oil man and has lived in Fort Morgan, Colo., and Casper, Wyo. Start the day happily in this lighthearted fashion with a neckline curved to cap your arms prettily. Has a breezy skirt, handy ton for. pockets. Choose gay cot- easy to sew, easy to care Printed Pattern 4754: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes 4'/4 yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne. Adams, care of The Ottawa Herald, Pat- 17th Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with tern Dept., 243 West St., New York 11, N. Y. ZONE, BER. SIZE and STYLE NUM- Use Cherries Nice for Sunday dinner: a cottage - pudding dessert with cherry sauce. Use canned dark sweet cherries and thicken with cornstarch. Press Search For A Three-Year-Old BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)-Police pressed a search today for Sharon Grossman, 3, whose mother tucked her in for a nap Tuesday morning and discovered her missing seven hours later. The child might have been kid- naped, or wandered away unnoticed, Detective Chief John J. Whalen said. Mrs. Robert Crossman, 27, told police that, after she put Sharon to bed, she did the family laundry in the basement and then took a nap. Police said the child disappeared apparently between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Police dragged several ponds and dug up two fresh mounds of earth. They asked railroads to check their freight cars. Crossman, 28, is a factory worker. The couple has two other children, both boys. Table Setting Teaspoons (for 'a hot or cold beverage) should not be placed on the table as part of the place setting; they should accompany tea or coffee cups or glasses. 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