The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 5, 1961 · Page 12
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 12

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, October 5, 1961
Page 12
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12 TtfE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, October 5, 1961 Richmond News Students In Spanish Course By MABEL CHANDLER Connie Kueser and David Purvis, high school seniors, are en- roUed in a college correspondence course from Emporia State Teachers College. Each is taking Spanish Composition, a third-year Spanish subject designed to develop Original Spanish Writing. The course consists of 16 lessons which they hope to complete this winter to receive two hours of college credit. Everet and Arthur Rowa, who recently moved here from Lane, are enrolled in Grades 6 and 8 at the grade school. Chris Hermreck, Nipomo, Calif., was returned to the hospital Thursday last week. His daughter, Mrs. Laverne Griner, Kansas City, flew out Saturday to be at his bedside. Mr. and Mrs. Ivo Feuerborn have named their son, born Sept 14 in a Kansas City Hospital, Wayne Henry. Mrs. Ott Williams, Infield, 111., and her daughter, Maj. Viva Buchanan, who recently returned from France, were weekend guests of the Bob Hadsalls. They drove to Paola Sunday to be dinner guests of the Clyde Hadsalls. The Raymond Wagners and Mrs. Kenneth Cunningham were in Topeka Saturday afternoon to attend the Holle - Apel wedding at St. John's Lutheran Church. Mrs. Winnie Cunnigham, who is in Wichita with her daughter, Mrs. Keith Wallis, and husband, writes that Altas condition continues to improve. Mrs. Harden Watkins consulted her Kansas City physician Tuesday. Mrs. John Craycraft and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newmaster attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Fannie Yates, in Topeka. Joan Roeckers, Xavier, Loretta Roeckers, Paola, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Oswald, Alma, were here Tuesday to attend the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. Lena Brummel. The Robert Licktiegs and Fred P. Hicks, Sr., spent Sunday at George Atchison's, A dinner honored Miss Lickteigs' birthday. Mrs. Gail Long and infant daughter were dismiss ed from the Anderson County Hospital Saturday. Mrs. Russell Bailey is in Bartlesville, Okla., assisting in caring for the John Folz family. Mrs. Folz recently was dismissed from the Jane Phillips Hospi tal. Chester Wagner was brought home from the Anderson County Hospital Sunday. Contracts To Chauffeur Daughters ALBANY, N.Y. (AP)-A father has signed as a common carrier for SI ,300, to transport his two daughters to a private school in the family Cadillacs. The Guilderland Central Schoo announced Wednesday that Wai ter F. Wessendorf Jr., a lawyer had signed the controversial con tract. It now goes to the State Education Department for expect ed approval. Wessendorf was the lower o: two bidders on a contract to take daughters, Marcia, 7, and Chanty 5, from their home in suburban Westmere to Albany Academy ol Girls, a one-way trip of slightly less than eight miles. Under the contract, Wesscndor: will be paid $130 a month for 10 months. The district said that he would be paid retroactively for last month, when the state ap proved the contract. tate law requires school districts to provide transportation for pupils of nonpublic schools with in a 10-mile area of the pupils' homes. To meet the requirements ol school transportation, Wessendori obtained licenses from the Public Service Commission for his two 1959 Cadillacs. Monty Says Mao Is Great Guy TORONTO (AP)-Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery says Red China's Mao Tze-tung is a "great SHE'S THE SAE MASCOT — Leibe, 23-pound female African lioness, peers out the window of a car while being taken for a drive at Manhattan. The cub is the new mascot of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at Kansas State University. Driving the car is Jim Breneman, Mission. The fraternity has owned her for a couple of weeks. She is expected to weigh 80 pounds by the end of the school yesr. E;uy—an uncommon man in an age of common men." The British World War II commander arrived in Canada Wednesday night from a visit to Red China where he met the Communist leader and received a red carpet reception. Bandits Tie, Rob Woman NEOSHO, Mo. (AP) - An 80- year-old Newton County woman, Mrs. Artie B. Doerr, was tied to her bed by two bandits who robbed her of between $75 to $100 Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Doer operates the Five- Mile Grocery on State Line Road z miles south of 1-44 on .the Oklahoma-Missouri line, and also ives in the building. Workshop Patterns MAKE WALL RACKS DIFFERENT LENGTHS WITH TWO OR THREE SP ELVES PATTERN 370 SCHOOL-SHOP CLASSES will like making this wall rack to hold Mother's choicest cups, saucers, plate and spoons. Pattern 370, which gives actual-size guides for the simple curves, and illustrated directions that a teen-ager can follow easily, is 35c. This pattern also is in Packet No. 69— Wall Shelves for Every Room which contains a variety of full size designs both modern and traditional for $1.—Ottawa Herald Pattern Dept, Bedford Hills, New York. President Joins In Prayer Day WASHINGTON (AP) - Unnoticed by other worshippers, President Kennedy knelt in prayer at the back of St. Matthew's Cathedral. He had slipped out of the White House for 20 minutes to join in Wednesday's day of prayer on behalf of peace and freedom which he had proclaimed. OGG'S 602 Maple Plenty FREE MARKET Park!ng We Deliver CH 2-3442 CHOICE ROUND STEAK Thin for Pan Fry Lb. 69 LEAN FOOD KING OLEO 3 Lb , 49c FRESH Pork Cutlets Lb 69c I Gr. Beef 2 ^. 89c TOKAY GRAPES •£• 2 - 29' HOME GROWN TURNIPS 2 Lbs 15c NO. 1 RED Potatoes 10 ;':'; 39c Quaker OATS 19c 18-Oz. Box PILLSBURY or BALLARD BISCUITS Cans 25c 3 2 CHILI-ETS SUN-RA TOMATOES SHURFINE WHOLE GREEN BEANS 2 EMPRESS MANDARIN ORANGES 2 MA BROWN Sweet Relish 12 Oz Jar 33c AM. BEAUTY Elbo Spaghetti Lb Pkg Cans 39c 33c 45c 49C HILLS Coffee s t 59 IMPERIAL margarine tastes like the "70?! spread" YOU PAY ONLY 37 Oxydol 2 61c CLOROX /3 Gai39c ALL Giant Size 71C WBNDEX , 45c PREMIUM Crackers ib. Frozen Specials FOUR FISHERMEN Fish Sticks 2 Pkgs. SHURFINE O'ge Juice 4 can,79c BANQUET MEAT PIES Chicken, Turkey, Beef For MORTON'S PUMPKIN PIES Large Size 24-Oz. Each 4 Wanted: Classrooms For Another Million By G. K. HODENFIELD WASHINGTON (AP) - College and university officials from across the nation gathered here today to ponder one stark fact of academic life and a host of problems. The fact: College enrollment will increase by more than 1 million students in the next five years. The problems: Where are the professors to teach them? The dormitories to house them? The classrooms they need? The libraries? The laboratories? And what of the thousands of young people who must be turned away? The American Council on Education, representing 1,222 institutions and organizations, will'face up to these questions and countless others in its annual two-day meeting. The problems are not all in the field of numbers, the council president, Logan Wilson, told a news conference. "Quantity of education is not enough," said Wilson, formerly president of the University of Texas. "There is also a great need for higher quality. The public is asking for higher standards." Wilson said there is a need for national standards of excellence in both higher education and the secondary schools —-but these standards should be established on a voluntary basis. Abraham Ribicoff, secretary of health, education and welfare, told council delegates the American people must demand the best in education for their children— and demand it from themselves, state and local agencies and the federal government. In the last congressional session, President Kennedy's federal aid program for public school construction and teachers' sal aries failed to clear the House Rules Commitee by a single vote. Denver Police Chief Resigns DENVER, Colo. (AP) - Worn and disheartened, Police Chief James E. Childers, 69, retired Wednesday four days after burglary charges against another 22 present or former policemen. "The pressure of the last week makes it so I just can't take it any more," he told reporters. "It's beyond human endurance." Childers' retirement, effective immediately, caught city officials and members of the 786-man police force by surprise. Safety Manager John M. Schooley, 54, became acting, chief. He said a new chief will not be appointed until a reorganization study is completed. Thirty-five present or former Denver police officers have been charged in connection with a wave of burglaries dating back to 1947. BARGAIN STORE \\ We Discount the Discount Houses" Mon. - Tues. - Thurs. - Fri. — 8-6 Weds. — Sat. — 8-9 132 South Main CH 2-4187 We DISCOUNT The DISCOUNTER ! ! WOMEN and CHILDREN SHOES 1st Pair $2.79 2 pair $ 5. • It • • • I • • FLANNEL 37r Bold Colored Solids Beautiful Prints Yd. 3 Full Yards $1.00 TERRYCLOTH 69c per yd- CORDANA Reg. 39c *F 4 EYE OPENERS .'.' Boys Polished Cotton Pants pr. $1.00 Kitchen Prints, Reg. 39c 5 for $1.00 Embossed Cotton, Reg 39c 5 for $1.00 Boys' Corduroy Pants 2 for $5.00 Men's Insulated Underwear St. $4.99 Boys' Jeans (Double Knee) 3 for $4.00 Brassiers, Comfort Fit 3 for $1.00 Girls' Wool Lined SNOW BOOTIE Weather Resistant $2.98 a Pair $COO 5 • • • • • • • • • I • Men's Vinyl Coats with knit collar, cuffs, bottom. $ 10 Sizes 38-40 99 MEN'S MtNb <Mi on PARKA $13.99 Full Zip Hood Draw Cord in Waist Permanent Type Anti-Freeze ZEREX $ 1 75 Gal. Largest Selection of Work Shoes in Town. 10" Engineer BOOTS Steel shank, heavy leather sole with heavy rubber tap. 7 11" STEEL TOE Engineer Boot Full Leather Mid-Sole Full Neo-Cord Outsole $«| «) I jL. We Replace Shoe or Boot it Neoprene Welded Soles come loose. 6" SHOE • • • • • • • • • • • • • i • • • • • — Brown, retan upper leather. •— Moccasin Toe — Sizes 31/2 to 12 (Youth and Men's) 8" BOOT 7.99 I OXFORD 7.99 with Steel Toe 8.99 6" SHOE 8.99 with Steel Toe 9.99 ,, B .J__ 8 BOOT and I Soft amber glove cowhide leather. Cushion comfort insole, covered WELLINGTON leather arch, steel shank, m -* /^^* Neo-prene webb sole. I U V V Leather Insulated BOOTS * Acid and water resistant leather * Special foam insulation * 10 inches high $ 99 8" Insulated Boot with cork rubber sole and heel •••••••••••I White Outside PAINT $|98 Gal. 4 $ 12.99 ••^MMHMHH Boys' Cowboy BOOTS to size 3 4.99 *** 5.99 Come In And Meet Your Friends Shopping Our Bargains • • • • • • •

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