The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 4, 1961 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 4, 1961
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I THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday. October 4, l',fil Ann Landers Thanks! To You And To Others Dear Ann Landers: After read-1 Dear Ann Landers: My busing about the woman who was] band is a good man but he has afraid of the dark I just had to . , , „ , ., T • ,, , , i a short temper. He has so many write. I was in the same boat ,. a few years ago. The nights my husband had to work I died a thousand deaths. The children sensed my fear and I know I made them afraid, too. One day my husband left us forever — a fatal coronary struck him without warning. I knew then I'd have to face every night alone and I'd better learn to be brave. A wise friend gave me a Ger man shepherd That dog turned out to be my best friend. 1 can honsetly say that since Machen has be- ANN come a member of our family 1 have no fear of the night or the darkness. The answer was so simple I wonder why no one men tioned it before. Please pass this word to other "Fraidy Cats."— DIALY READER Dear Daily: Thanks for your letter. Dozens of "Former Fraidy Cats" have been passing this word to me! A Harrisburg, Penna. reader wrote: "My watchdog is a two-pound Mexican chi- chuahua. He sounds like a ferocious beast. If a prowler could see the little musquito who makes all that racket behind the door, he'd blush with shame." Socialettes Highland Avenue club voted a $5 contribution to the United Fund yesterday at the meeting with Mrs. Verne White. Mrs. White, who is president, gave devotions and conducted a business session. There were contests for entertainment. Eleven members attended. fine qualities that I forgive his little blow-ups. The woman next door happened to be sitting in our kitchen last evening when George got. a little upset because I threw away .-his old hunting jacket- The neighbor got right into the argument (on my side) and I could have brained her. She made George a lot madder than he would have been if she had just shut up. He finally (old her to keep her big nose out of other people's arguments. The woman left mad. My husband says he can't stand her and if she never comes into our house again he'll be happy. Do you think I owe her an apology? -IDA Dear Ida: No. Real friends don't hang around to watch family fights. Your neighbor should have left after the firsf sign of a rumble, Becoming involved ) was inexcusable. She earned what • ever George said to her. i Dear Ann Landers: I'm a widow with three children. Several months ago I met a man who treats me just wonderful. He has asked me to marry him when his divorce becomes final. His wife is stubborn and it may be a while yet, but we've decided not lo let that inlerfere with our happiness. He has iaken me and the children on some very educational trips. He buys them presents and they are fond of him. Every weekend he does odd jobs around the house, just the way a husband would. For my birthday he gave me | a beautiful leather purse and inside was a $50 bill. My oldest daughter says I should not accept if. I do not agree with her. SPRING WEDDING - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smiley, 1127 N. Hickory, announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlotte, to Vernon Lennard Rocker, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Rocker. RFD 1. Garnett. Miss Smiley is employed at Bruce Co. Mr. Rocker is employed hy Reno Construction Co. A spring wedding is planned. (Wright Photo) Sending Delegate Omega Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi voted Monday evening to send the president, Mrs. Jay Saner, to the state convention in Topeka. It will be later this month. Mrs. Terry Vogler was hostess. Plans were made for the fall rush party on Oct. 16 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Saner appointed committees to prepare fort the party. In charge of entertainment will be Mrs. Dick Walker, Mrs. Tom Marks, Mrs. Le Roy Teter, and Mrs. Ken Hay. The decorating committee includes Mrs. B. J. Byrne, Mrs. Vogler. Mrs. Bill Simpson, Mrs. Saner and Mrs. Virgil Crouchers. Members of the invitation committee are Mrs. Jim Rodgers, Mrs. Boh Watkins. Mrs. Duanc Hall and Mrs. Carlin Nalley. After all, I've had him here for , weekends, I've cooked for him Chapter GL, P.E.O., held its and done his laundry If he meeting with Mrs. Robert B. Anderson yesterday. She served a dessert at 1:30. Mrs. Henry Parker was in charge of a program on P.E.O. projects. N.M.C. Club voted a $10 dona-!, 1>ea " ReK P«*l«M«; Your .signa- lion yesterday to the Kansas lure doesn l malch >' our story. wants to give me a few gifts in J return I feel I should accept them. Who is right?—RESPECTABLE City V.A. Hospital hobby shop. Mrs. G. E. Jordan was hostess and was also in charge of the business session. It was reported that 150 pounds or rug rags had been delivered to the blind veterans at Wadsworth V. A. Hospital. Mrs. Ernest Bachtle received the door prize. Mrs. Clarence Rea, commander, was in charge of the Monday evening meeting of Retta Conclave No. 8, Order of True Kindred. Plans were completed for a chicken noodle supper on Oct. fi, and for a swing meeting with Mrs. G. W. Ponton on Oct. 30. Mrs. Marie Mathis and Mrs. Karl Romstedt served refreshments. Twenty-five attended. Love and Loyalty club members took food for a potluck supper at the C. B. South home last j evening. Mrs. Charles Hendrix | was co-hostess. There were accordion numbers by Kambiz Hariri, O.U. student from Iran. The 23 members present told of their vacation experiences. The man you've been traveling ,>»Mi, cooking for and entertaining in your home weekends is married. Give the purse back — and the man also — to his wife. Keely Smith Gets Divorc'e LAS VEGAS. Nev. (AP) - The marriage of singer Keely Smith and bandleader Louis Prima. long remorecl on the rocks, has ended in divorce. Miss Smith, 29, was granted a divorce Tuesday on the grounds of cruelty. Prima, 49, didn't come to court. The couple was married in 195."! Guest Speaks At W.S.C.S. Annual Tea The highlight of (he annual fall tea of the Women's Society for Christian Service of Quenemo Federated Church on Sept. 27 was a talk by Mrs. David Coleman, wife of .the Federated Church minister, who gave a talk covering many facets of life in her native country of Germany. Wearing a colorful dress typical of her country, Mrs. Coleman touched on customs, food, the church, home life and schools. Giving an insight into the present German problem was her account of Ihe part of her childhood spent in the Russian zone, the family's escape to West Germany and the homecoming of her father, a minister, from a Russian prison. She spoke of the importance that CARE packages from the U.S. play in their life at this time. Mrs. Coleman is a graduate student at National College in Kansas City, having completed four years there as an exchange student. Mrs. Roger Comstock. president, conducted the meeting following a piano prelude by Mrs. Hannah Driver. Mrs. Leo Casten and Mrs. Edwin Carswell were in charge of the worship service. Mrs. Paul Smith was vocalist for the musical program. A choir of grade school girls interpreted two of the hymns with rhythmic motions. Hostesses were Mrs. Alice Win- ciett, Mrs. Vernon Gragg, Mrs. Hollo Hughes and Mrs. Joe Driver. Guests from the Pomona, Melvern and Michigan Valley Societies were among the 70 attending. AAUW Hold* Fall Dinner Ottawa Branch of A.A.U.W. had IB guests present for a dinner meeting at Mrs. B. F. Bowers' home last evening. There were 23 members. Co-hostesses were members of he membership committee. Mrs. Herbert Harrab, chairman, Mrs. Edgar D. Kerr, Nell Buchanan and Rose Shular. Mrs. Ralph Loyd conducted a shod business session. ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thompson, 938 Cypress, announce the engagement of their daughter, Naomi, to Byron Harms, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Harms. Whitewater. Miss Thompson is a nurse in the Halstead Hospital. (Wright Photo) Clothing Collections AidC.W.S. It was announced that boxes of good clothing for Church World Service projects are to be taken during this week to North Baptist Church. Trucks will pick up the boxes at the church on Monday. A number of Ottawa churches are participating in the collection of wearable clothing gifts for overseas relief. The garments and blankets will be packed at the various churches before being taken to the pick-up center at North Baptist. Colin C. Morrison, director of Korea Church World Service, has announced that clothing and blankets will be needed for an additional 50,000 victims of disastrous floods in his area. The clothing supplies arc used throughout the world. Church World Service headquarters location is St. Louis, Mo. Educational Society Plans Tea The board of directors of the Women's Educational Society of Ottawa University made plans yesterday for the annual tea. It will be Oct. 27 at 3:30 p.m. at Martin hall. The directors point out that all women of the area are invited to attend the tea and program. The dues of $1 each are added to the loan fund which has provided assistance to many college students throughout the years. The coffee meeting of the directors was held yesterday at the home of the president, Mrs. J. R. Henning. The family reunion of the descendants of Fletcher and Lucy j Simmons will be Oct. 8 at the : community building in Lawrence. ; A business session at 10:30 a.m. I will be followed by a basket dinner at noon. The secretary, Iva j S. Palmer, Lawrence, reports that j friends of members also are in| vited to the meeting. Club Forecast Thnr»d»y BAXTKR SOCIAL HOUR. Mrs. Karl Sink EMERY GREEN SOCIAL. Mrs. Elmer Perkins MERRY-GO-ROUND, Mr«. LPO Kirkwnod WYCOFF COMMUNITY, Mrs. Arthur Harris DAUGHTERS CLUB. Centropolis, Mrs. Donald Woori.sum MIRIAM C.W.F. Circle, Foreign dinner KAOLES AUXILIARY BEAUCEANT, 7:30 p.m. CONSECUTIVE DIVIDEND MUTUAL, INC. This regular quarterly dividend of 9»/4i< per share derived from investment income, plus a distribution of 16Vi^ per share dividend representing income from realized security profit* is payable on September 29 to shareholders of record as of September 28, 1961. I. L Kenealy, Secretary Hazen L. Richardson IClfs S Hickory—CH 2-277: Ottawa, Kansas Representing. tNVUSTOlte DIVERSIFIED SERVICES TheBRADFIELD New Vista TV Series 232-C-40-M 23" tube (overall diag.), 282 »q. in. picture TURN IT FOR BEST VIEWING ANGLE! • Super-Powerful "New Vista" Tunef • Swivel-base GguveniMCft, *329 less irade 95 CRITES Appliance Center 419 S. Main CH 2-3700 Peoples National Bank OTTAWA, KANSAS At the Close of Business September 27, I96I RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures Federal Reserve Bank Stock U.S. Bonds Municipal Bonds Cash $3,154,898.06 24,806.50 10,500.00 1,440,235.63 495,535.21 1,056,287.69 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Profits and Reserves Deferred Income Deposits $6,182,263.09 $ 100,000.00 250,000.00 163,213.76 35,040.33 5,634,009.00 $6,182,263.09 Correct: J. W. Dickerson, Vice President & Cashier Officers W. B DeVILBISS, Chairman GEORGE E. LISTER, President C. P. BURROWS, Exec. Vice President J. W. DICKERSON, Vice President & Cashier ALMA SCHWEITZER, MARGARET S. HUDELSON, Ass't Cashier Ass't Cashier HOWARD J. DOYEN, Ass't Cashier MAXINE LICHTENBERGER, Assistant Cashier W. G. RANSOM, JR., Farm Representative Directors George Lister Ransom Bennett, Jr. W. B DeVilbiss Robert B. Anderson C. P. Burrows William W. Wallace Milo M. Hewitt J. W. Dickerson Thomas F. Porter Margaret S. Hudelson Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "A Bank large enough for every financial service . .. not too large for personal attention to the needs of each customer." Chartered in 1871 GRETCHEN is the one-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Griffin, 207 E. Wilson. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Griffin, 916 N. Oak; and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Foglc, RFD 1. Great-grandparents are Mrs. Lillic Traver and Mrs. A. B. Foglc, Williamsburg; and Mrs. C. J. Ashlon, RFD 1. (Wright Ph(rto) Jaynes Hear Book Review Jaycee Jaynes heard Miss N*B Barnaby, city librarian, is guest speaker last evening. She discussed the Community Book Fair, to be the week of Nov. 12-18, and reviewed several new books. Three new members were welcomed. They are Mrs. Richard Bryan, Mrs. Larry Williams and Mrs. Jack Fenton. Plans were made for a scavenger hunt for the next meeting on Oct. 17, to start at Mrs. Don Bouska's home. Mrs, Clarence Higdon was host. ess, assisted by Mrs. Larry Waiburn. There were 17 members present. The Baby Has Been Named The son born Sept. 28, at Bansom Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rex Weigand, RFD 3, has been named Mark Eric. He weighed 9 lb., 5 oz. Socppfss'Youi 1 Sympathy witkflowers. ~ Dull Job — Low Pay? Arc You Alert? Then Don't Settle For A Dull Job At Low Pay No one year of training after high school will open to you the doors of administrative offices of American Industry or to responsible positions in federal or state ciril service as well as a professional business course at The Clark School of Business in Topeko. Don't let 1962 come and go without training at CLARK'S for a job you'll be proud to fill. FIND OUT TODAY ABOUT LATE FALL Let Flowers Say The Words It Is Impossible To Find. kTERM l3aBr CLASSES, OCTOBER 23 Write For Full Information T* Clark's School of Business Topeka, Kanto< Telephone FL 4-8554 Today An Accredited School — Approved for Veterans Statement of Condition of First National Bank OTTAWA, KANSAS At the Close of Business September 27, 1961 This Bank is interested in YOU and YOUR Business and is constantly Seeking new and better ways to be of service to you. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Bank Building Stock in Federal Reserve Bank U. S. Government Securities •• Other Bonds and Securities •••• Cash and Due from Banks LIABILITIES Capital Surplus Undivided Profits and Reserves Deposits $1,968,411.44 79,000.00 7,500.00 1,608,184.16 722,353.50 1,190,241.82 $5,575,690.92 $ 125,000.00 125.000.00 256,553.92 5,069,137.00 $5,575,690.92 The above statement is correct. J. J. CHANDLER, Cashier Officers R M. CLOGSTON. President R. S. HANES, Exec. Vice President C. W. HEGBERG, Vice Pres. W. A. SWIFT, Vice Pres. J. J. CHANDLER, Cashier H. A. Letchworth, Asst Cashier. Frances 0. Jones, Asst. Cashier. Mrs. R. D. Mahoney, Asst. Cashier Directors R. M. CLOGSTON R. S. HANES W. A. SWIBT C. W. HEGBERG W. E. HEGBERG C. M. OTT ELIZABETH C. CLOGSTON A. W. CHANDLER J. J. CHANDLER You are always welcome at the "FIRST" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Oldest Bank in Franklin County

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