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Christian Education A Topic For Mrs. Stout's DAR Talk "Christian Education Belongs in the Schools and Sunday Schools of the V.S.A.," was the topic under discussion at the Saturday meet- Ing of General Edward Hand Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Guest speaker was Mrs. L. E. Stout, director of Christian Education of F i r s t Methodist Church. Mrs. Stout pointed put that Christian education is felt in every phase of community life. It is the means of directing the thinking of individuals toward the right way of life — in the home, the neighborhood, the community, in relationship to other people, to God, -the church* and the Christian ideals of living upon which, basically, the American way of life is founded. It is a process that begins with childhood and continues through adult life. It is far reaching and the obligation of all. Both the church and the schools must share in this responsibility. Those affiliated with such a program should be willing to set an example by their conduct. Mrs. J. J. Smith gave the National Defense report, reviewing an address by David R. Everett, entitled, "Americanism in the Public Schools." To quote Mr. Everett, "My prayer for America would be to give thanks to God for preserving us as a nation; that Americans Joe appreciative of the privileges often- ta> ken for granted; that each generation owes its own installment payment to keep us free. The se cret of our national arid individual strength is maintenance, of basic attitudes inherent in the American These aims are in competition and way of life. dividualism, discipline. Our children must be taught the story of the great men and women who have made our nation of today." Mrs. J., R. Henning reported on the 86th Continental Congress held in Washington D.C. .in April on the theme, "Faith of Our Fathers." Addresses were given by Gen. Maxwell B. Taylor and Major Gen. Charles A. Willoughby. Music was given by the U.S. Marine band and the U. S. Army chorus. Mrs. John H. Lamb, hostess was assisted by Mrs. George Spears, Mrs. H. C. Tetwiler, Mrs James Ogg, Mrs. Courtney Ogg and Miss Vera Goodman. Seven teen members were present in eluding a new member, Mrs Nelle R. White, Quenemo. Soc/a/effes Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schupbachi and children, Tulsa, Okla., visited during the weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs. Lena Adkins, Wellsville. Job's Daughters will receive the official visit of the grand guardian at their meeting at 7:30 this evening at Masonic temple. A reception will follow. Omlcron Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, has changed the m e e ting place Wednesday evening to Mrs. Don McKelvey's home. What's Cooking? Mrs. Louis Dale, 539 Birch, inds this salad a popular one whenever she serves it. Mrs. Dale ; a member of Sand Creek HDU. Salad Supreme Place 1 pkg. lemon jello in 2 c. iot water. When cool, add' 1 can Irained chunk pineapple, 2 or 3 iananas, 8 marshmallows, cut in mall, pieces. When set pour On a Iressing of 1 c. pineapple juice, k c. sugar, 2 tbsp. butter,. 1 egg, 2 tbsp. flour, cooked until hick, then 1 c. cream, whipped, olded in. Place on top of jello mixture. Grate cheese over top. Ihill. Slim Singer Sees Mew Music Inferesf Piano Recital MRS. MARY W1SMER Teach In Garnett Grades Mrs. J. L. Wismer, Pomona, has been hired to teach first grade next fall at Longfellow G r a d e School, Garnett. She is now teaching first grade in Lansing. Mrs. Wismer was graduated from Ottawa University in 1957 after nine years of summer work and evening classes. At 0. U. she was a member of Sigma Alpha Honors Society. She d i d graduate work in Emporia State Teachers College last summer and plans to study there again this summer. Mrs. Wismer and her husband, Jacob L., have lived in the Pomona area for nearly 36 years, since their marriage in 1923. Mr. Wismer is a stock farmer. The couple has five daughters, all of whom are married and have families of their own. Piano pupils of Miss Hope Mott will give a recital today in Trinity Methodist Church. Those playing are Ann Fuller, Francie Payne, Roger Milton, Nancy McFarland, Martha Christie, Billy Keelin, Allen Peckham, Kris- He McAdoo, Earl Fuller, Freda Ingle, Dan Mullen, Carol Milton, Diana Kissinger, Matt Hunt, Ann Keith, Cathy Lewis, Harry Peckham, Linda Page, Maria Jo Babcock, Sherry Shoemaker, Barbara Rybolt, Linda Humerickhouse, Lola Mae Sink, Kathy McFarland, Eulene Milton, Cheryl Kaub, and Jo Ann Beasley. Franklin County Nurses will lave a potluck supper Wednesday evening at Mrs. J. B. Mickey's home. Mies Elizabeth Sprague's weekend visitors were her former teachers, Miss Marian Howard and Mrs. John F. Dinkier, both of Emporia. Miss Howard, teacher of French and Spanish, will go to France :his summer for further study of ;he language. Mrs. Kinkier is high school dramatics teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gould had as guests yesterday Mrs. Effie ould and Mrs. J. A. McLaughlin, Ottawa, and A-3-c Patrick Crow and A-3-c Malvern Gould, Forbes AFB. Mr. and Mrs. Max Ward and Mrs. Harriet Ward went yesterday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Don Ward. Stephen, Douglas and Lisa. Mr. Ward is a son of the Max Wards. Mr. and Mrs. George Hull entertained 18 young people of Tauy B.Y.F. Sunday evening honoring Cooking for Fun COMPANY SUPPER This combination of ingredients for a popular appetizer is just right. Guacample Broiled Chicken Green Peas Carmel Custard Line Garbage Pail Your step-on garbage pail will stay clean and dry if you place a paper plate at the bottom before lining it with newspaper or paper bag. The plate will absorb excess moisture. iPRINTED PATTERN Corn Chips Curried Rice Muffins Beverage GUACAMOLE Ingredients: 1 medium - sized avocado, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, Vz teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon finely-grated onion (pulp and juice), 1 drained pimiento (diced). Method: Make sure avocado Is ripe and soft. Cut into lengtn- wise halves; twist halves in opposite directions to pull apart; remove seed. Scoop out avocado flesh from skin with teaspoon leaving a little around the sides of one of the shells so it will keep its shape. Mash avocado pulp fine; there should be about cup; mix in lemon juice, salt, onion and pimiento. Spoon back into the shell that has kept its shape. Surround with packaged corn chips for dunking into the avocado mixture; serve at once, Makes 4 to 6 servings. Member Of Quartet Sings At Own Wedding HOLLYWOOD (AP)—A member of the Four Preps quartet sang at his own wedding. The selection was "Our Wedding Prayer." Bruce Belland, 22, married Brenda Hill, 21, Saturday. The other members of the quartet, Ed Cobb, Glen Larson and Don Clarke, were ushers. The group's recordings include "Big Man" and "26 Miles." Serve Asparagus "Utterly delicious" the ladies at your luncheon will say if you serve them fresh cooked asparagus stalks served with buttsr-heat ed slices of baked ham and a snappy cheese sauce. their son, Stephen, v/ho is on leave from the U.S. Navy. Mother's Day visitors yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brauer, West 15th, yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brauer Jr., Gladstone, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Brauer and family, Bonner Springs. Visitors yesterday at t h e home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Barnhart. 825 S. Poplar, for Mother's Day were their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Ernest West, and her daughter, Mrs. Charles Mar tin, Kay Jean and Langley. An other daughter, Mrs. Hugh Oke son, Whittier, Calif., had planned The family here was that her husband died sud denly. Mrs. George Okerson call ed in the afternoon. A family gathering was held a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil bur Henry, Douglas and William yesterday. It honored Mrs Henry's parents, Mr. and M r s Howard Elder. Others presen were their sons and families, Mr and Mrs. Jesse T. Elder, Stevie Maurine, Mary K. and Howard Bethel; and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Elder, Sandra and Hiram. Tauy Mission Circle elected officers at the recent meeting at Mrs. Ivan Brittingham's home. They are Mrs. Raymond Mock, president; Mrs. Floyd Bishop, vice president; Mrs. Wilbur Broers, secretary - treasurer; and Mrs. Tom O'Dea, song leader. Mrs. Broers and Mrs. Mock gave devotions. Mrs. Bishop gave a vocal solo and Mrs. George Hull a special prayer. Mrs. Mahlon Smith assisted in serving refreshments. MARRIED SATURDAY — Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Booth Cupp announce the marriage of their daughter, Patricia,, to Benjamin James Kiefer, con of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kiefer, en Saturday. The ceremony took place at Sacred Heart Catholic Church and wag attended by members of the immediate families. Mrs. Robert Keith Jeske of Lawton, Okla., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Jerome Kiefer was best man for his brother. A reception attended by the families was held at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. (Wright Studio Photo) Wilkes-Woods By DOROTHY ROE AP Women's Editor Here in the good old U.S.A. we are having our own modern-day At home in Wichita Falls, Tex where the groom is stationed, are newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. James lldon Woods. The marriage of Peggy Dianne Wilkes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wilkes, Pritchard, Ala., and Mr. Woods, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A. Woods, 1019 N. Main, took place April 25, at Wilson Avenue Baptist Church ..Pritchard, Ala. Rev. Aubry T. Mitchell officiated. Among members of the wedding party were a sister of the bride and a brother. The bride wore an oyster white satin dress with train, sweetheart neckline and tapered sleeves, and illusion veil attached to 1 a c e pillbox hat trimmed with seed pearls. Her bouquet was an orchid surrounded by stephanotis. A reception was held following the ceremony. The couple came to Ottawa on a weddnig trip. The groom is a graduate of Ottawa High School. Meets In Garnett Alpha Gamma Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma heard a book re view of "Seidman and Son" by Elick Moll Saturday in Garnett [t was given by Miss Louella Pilkington, a chapter member. Miss Pilkington was intorducec by Miss Neva Allen, chairman who also announced piano num bers from Garnett High School The luncheon was served in Firs Christian Church dining room with tables decorated with spring'flow ers. New members initiated were Miss Donna Sellon of Baldwin and Miss Nora Evans and Mrs. Ivan Jacobsen of Ottawa. The closing number was the Delta Gamma song. Mrs. Eunice Larkin of Ottawa conducted business. Miss Eleano Lloyd of Ottawa presented a scrap book which will be sent to severa towns for inspection. Mrs. Larkin and Miss Nellie March reported on the state convention held at Pittsburg, which they attended. Miss March received the door prize. Twenty-seven members attended. It was the final meeting until September. enaissance iterature. Museum Layette Shower Mrs. Ed Revey Jr. was honor guest at a layette shower given Saturday evening by Mrs. Duane Anderson, RFD 2. Gifts were arranged on a three- tier room divider. On the top was a baby doll on a pillow with streamers extending to the floor. A pink and blue color scheme was carried out. • Sixteen guests were present. of art, music and curators, musicians, professors and art and music enthusiasts have been saying so. 3ut the latest'voice to be heard on the subject is that of all-American >rima donna Phyliss Curtin, who las been singing American opera all over the country for the last ive years. Phyllis .is .slender, brunette, smart and photogenic, She also is :he wife .of 'photographer Eugene 21ark, who has an 18-year-old son by a previous marriage. Phyllis does more traveling than a traveling salesman, covering practically every state in the Union most of ihe year giving concerts and singing in operas. Says she: "I love to sing American operas —it's so wonderful to have the audience know what you're saying. Recently when I sang an American opera at the Will Rogers Auditorium in Fort Worth, Texas, the waitresses and elevator boys at the hotel all went, and told me—'it's great—we can understand it.' All over the country, says Phyllis, she sees evidence of a great new interest in music, drama and art—in little theaters, municipal operas, workshops in music and art, crafts clubs, painting and sculpture classes which are springing up in big and little owns alike. Phyllis was born in Clarksburg, V.Va., and studied violin as a child. Her dad sang in the church hoir, but otherwise there was no ireat musical talent in the family. She attended Wellesley College, where she majored in political science, starting voice lessons in ler junior year. She found it was fun to sing—more fun than political science, so she decided to go OTTAWA HSRAl» Monday, May 11, 1059 Hear talk On Mexico Reta Sunday ;.vSdi6ol held a potluck in First Methq* dist Church dining room Friday evening... Maypoles,; May baskets and spring flowers decorated thl tables. ; - £ Wayland Blair, guest speaker? gave an account of life in' Mexico as he and Mrs. Blair saw it on a 1 trip there. He avowed color slides and brought a display of articles bought in that country ^ New officers elected' were 1 MisJr Grace Motz, president; Miss Vera, DeWald, vice president; M i s, V' Jessie Harold, secretary; a n 2P Miss Eleanor Lloyd, treasurer, Thirty members a n d sever guests were present. AUGUST BRIDE — Mr. and Mrs. H. M. 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