Topper Drive in
square-foot addition which will house its new line of Ethan Allen American traditional furniture. The Saiina , firm is the only franchised Ethan Allen dealer Â· in this area. '' The new addition will extend Â· Jo the west of the present build ing. From the inside, it will s have the appearance of a home. '. The new showroom will be Â·[opened after the first of Feb. ; Norris Furniture is completing its 20th year in Salina. 'The Â· "original business was opened in .1946 at 133 S. Santa Fe. - In 1956, the business was Â·snoved into , a new building at \ ;the present location. : - * * * ; Topper Drive-In Adds Inside Dining Space I The Topper Drive-In, 409 S. Broadway, has begun a new -addition and remodeling program which will add 60 dining room seats. Bill Remmers, who owns the two Topper Drive-Ins at Salina, eaid, "because of a loss oi ;drive-in business since the closing of Schilling, we are going .to increase our inside dining area. . : "Our inside dining has in creased," he said. " The addition will be on the north side of the building. Remodel Face Remmers said the face of the present building will be remodeled to give the drive-in aew character. Walkways and wrought iron work will be used in front of the building. New kitchen equipment wil be added to provide a larger menu. Construction should be com pleted by Dec. 1. This will interfere \vith normal service Remmers said, including deliv eries. The Topper drive-ins have been in operation 11 years in Salina. In addition to the Topper Broadway, there is the Topper jr. at 1600 S. 9th. At Typewriter Training School .K. C. "Red" Spaeth, ol Spaeth's. Office service, 221 S Santa Fe, will soon return from a trip to Hartford, Conn., he attended an Olivetti- Underwood Co. school. Spaeth learned the operation and repair of the company's new Praxis 48, a compact electric office typewriter. Spaeth's Office Service is the authorized service in this area for the new machine. Bomb Hoax AtKU Friday, Nov. 12-LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)--The security office at the University of Kansas received a report around 8 a. m. today that bomb had been planted in Summerfield Hall. The building was the scene Thursday night of ballot counting for the All-Student Council elections. Students arriving for 8:30 classes were kept outside officers investigated. They were admitted to the hall shortly er 9 a. m.