The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 7, 1961 · Page 3
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COLO.VISTS—Piper Laurie and Dick York co-star as an Amish husband and wife in colonial America in "A Musket for Jessica", on Channels 5 and 13 at S p.m. Sunday. Wellsville News Pep Club Officers Named; Homecoming To Be Oct. 13 By BERNICE HOLDEN Officers of the Pep Club at Wellsville High are Linda Clay- Ion, president; Larry Triplett, vice president; Omera Knoop, secretary, and Susan Glesiberg, treasurer. Mrs. Joan Murphy is the Pep Club sponsor. The club is open to both boys and girls. Dues are 50 cents a semester, and meetings are every second and fourth Tuesday of the month. Red jackets, with "Wellsville" in blue lettering across the back, are being ordered. The homecoming game is scheduled Oct. 13 when Wellsville meets Gardner. The Homecoming queen will be crowned for the students at an assembly during the morning and for the spectators in the evening just before the game on the football field. The Pep Club will sponsor a homecoming dance following the game. It will be in the high school gymnasium. All alumni and students are welcome to attend. Students at the Wellsville School saw a Phillip Molby Marionette production of "The Wizard of Oz" on Tuesday afternoon. Tape recording equipment was used to narrate the story and to provide background music. The puppets were manipulated by Molby and an assistant. Molby produces, creates, manages and tours with each marionette proAicti»n and has worked with marionettes for many years. He makes each of his puppets. The heads are first modeled in clay, then cast in fiberglass or plastic wood. The torsos are celastic and arms and legs are of sugar pine. Wellsville Parent - Teacher Association will meet at the school on Monday evening, Oct. 9, at 7:30. There will be open house. The parents will be able to visit the rooms and talk to their children's teachers that evening. There has been good attendance at the special evagelistic evening services at New Hope Baptist Church this week. Rev. J. W. Bays, Ft. Scott, has been the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Moherman are parents of « daughter, Susan Gail, born Sept. 24 at the Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City. The infant weighed 6 Ibs. The Mohermans have two other daughters, Diane and Nancy. A Masonic supper was Wednesday evening, Oct. 4, in the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Bill Warnock, worthy matron, O.E.S., gave the welcome. The response was given by Bill Warnock, master of the Masonic Lodge. Mrs. Gen« Barnett was pro- gram chairman. The program j consisted of slides of a trip to Hawaii shown by Mr. and Mrs. H. E. DeTar and German folk i songs, sung in German, by Bern- j hard Fleming and Bob Cramer, accompanied by Mrs. Cramer. ! Tables were decorated using a ' fall theme. Mr. and Mrs. Ixiren Jacoby j are the parents of a son born j Wednesday at 6:22 p.m. at the j Gardner Community Medical Center. The infant weighed 6 Ibs. 14 oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Oshel, Edgerton, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Jacoby, Wellsville. A. C. Barton, Wellsville, is the infant's great grandfather. This is the first grandchild for the Jacobys and the twentieth for the Oshels. The County Health office showed a film on tuberculosis to students at the Wellsville Schools on Thursday. Jim Williams, who has shown open-air movies here this summer, has arranged to show movies weekly at the American Legion Hall on Saturday afternoons. The shows begin at 1:30 p.m. and will last until 3:30 p.m. Admission will be charged. The movies start today. H. E. Bauman left Tuesday to return to Newark, N. Y., BatP mann had come to Garnett SaP urday to visit his sister, Mrs. Earl Whitley, and had been in Wellsville Monday to visit his aunt, Mrs. Genella Patton, and look up boyhood friends. The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weaver, Kansas City, Kas., on Friday, Sept. 29 at Conley Hospital in Kansas City, Mo., has been named Crystal Lee. The infant weighed 8 Ibs. 8 oz. Mrs. Weaver and daughter came to Wellsville Monday to stay a few days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marion S. Rhoades. She is ; the former Mary Ann Rhoades. ! The speaker at a meeting j Tuesday night of the Ottawa Dis- j trict of the Kansas Funeral Directors Association at Paola was Rev. James Nahors. pastor of Wellsville Methodist Church. Rev. Nabors' topic was "What Does A Minister Expect Of a Funeral Director?" Also attending from Wellsville were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Coughlin. District meetings were held over the state during this past week with local ministers as principal speakers. Crescent Club met at the home of Mrs. L. W. Hosteller Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Coffman gave an informative paper on Civil Defense. It was agreed that the club will not have its Oct. 17 meeting which was to be a tea for senior girls, but it is hoped it can be held at a later date. The next regular meeting will be Oct. 31 with Mrs. Ralph Lidikay. The Christian Mission team from Ottawa University will be at Wellsville Baptist Church the weekend of Oct. 28 and 29. It will be working with the senior B.Y.F. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, M. L. Averill attended a hog schooling and tour through Western Kansas. He spent Thursday night at Wichita and Friday night at Salina while in the area to tour hog projects. Mrs. Averill spent Thursday night with her mother, Mrs. L. A. Schellack, Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Averill attended a Purina dealers dinner- meeting at Osawalomie Wednesday, Oct. 4. Dave SIcppy left Tuesday, Oct. Curved AUTO Glass Popular Makes in Stock SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Phone CH 2-2515 3, for induction into the Army. He was to report to the Kansas City induction center. Mrs. Ross Gault underwent surgery Tuesday, Oct. 3, at Bethany Hospital, Kansas City, Kas. She is progressing satisfactorily. Her room number is 127. Returning Tuesday night from Fort Lupton,, Colo., following a visit with her son, Denzil O'Connor, and family, and her daughter, Mrs. Roily McMahan,. and family, Ft. Morgan, Colo., was Mrs. Velma O'Connor. Mrs. O'Connor had made the trip to be present when her granddaughter, Mary Lee O'Connor, daughter of the Denzil O'Connors, was installed as worthy advisor of the Fort Lupton Assembly No. 88, Order of the Rainbow Girls. The installation service was Sunday, Sept. 24. Mary Lee was presented a bouquet of red roses from the drill leader and in return she gave the roses to her mother. She gave her father a boutonniere. She was then presented a gavel on which was a gold plate engraved with her name. She introduced her grandmother, Mrs. Velma O'Connor, Wellsville, and Mrs. Hazel Barnes, Paola, along with relatives from Fort Morgan. The Denzil O'Connor's served a buffet supper in honor of their daughter at which 35 relatives and close friends were present. Mary Lee's picture and an account of the installation appeared in the Greeley Daily Tribune, Greeley, Colo. Coming events at the Wellsville Methodist Church include an M.Y.F. Sloppy Joe supper Wednesday, Oct. 18, in the church basement The supper is a project to raise funds for the Festival of Sharing. Camp Chippewa, west of Ottawa, receives 85 per cent of the Festival of Sharing money. The other 15 per cent will be equally divided between Bethany Hospital, the Home For the Aged at Topeka and Methodist Youthville at Newton. Wellsville Methodist Church will have a praver vigil on Thursday, Oct. 26, for a 12-hour period, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lucky Shellack and boys, Springfield, Mo., were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Averill. Wellsville, and Mrs. L. A. Schellack, Baldwin. All were dinner guests of Mrs. Schellack Sunday. Sunday evening, the M. L. Averills were guests of Mr and Mrs. C. 0. Settles, Prairie Village. The Board of Christian Education of Wellsville Baptist Church met with Rev Homer Ganong at the church Tuesday night. Plans were made for the Miami Association Leadership Training Course to be in Wellsville Monday nights, Oct. 16, 23, and 30. Another program instigated by the Wellsville Baptist Church is that all shut-ins who are members will receive Holy Communion in their homes, or nursing homes, as the case may be. This is a service at which Mr. Ganong presides, assisted by the deacons of the church. On Wednesday night the service was with Mrs. Lucy Overstreet. Monday night, Oct. 9, it will be held at Baldwin with Mrs. Maude Brown and Mrs. Corda Steen Mrs. Brown's two daughters from Kansas City will be present. From Baldwin the group will go to Ottawa to meet with Miss Katie Wingert, returning afterward to Wellsville to meet with Mrs. Louise Burrell. Other members will be contacted later. To Probe Death Of Monkevs •i LONDON (AP)-Britain's Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals today demanded investigation into heavy casualties in a flight of monkeys from Kenya to Britain. The society claimed about 100 out of the 395 monkeys packed in crates aboard a pressurized British United Airways DCfiC aircraft died of suffocation. The monkeys were for use in producing polio vaccine in Britain, the United States and West Germany, an airline spokesman said. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 THE OTTAWA HEKALD Saturday, October 7, 1951 Rebels Killed SAIGON (AP)-The South Vietnamese government claimed today its forces killed 374 Communist rebel troops and suffered a loss of 175 dead in the past two weeks. A communique said the casualty list covered a comparatively quiet period and predicted an outbreak of much heavier fighting. CALL ^ tt\\es ^ CH 2-3700 For MOTOR TUNE-UP BRAKE SERVICE CAR AIR COND. Ask for Bob Wilson . Let Us Show You that Good Service Makes the Difference SMART RANCH: This three-bedroom ranch combines a practical layout and attractive exterior of stone and shingles. The attached garage off the living and dining rooms adds to the long, trim appearance. The plan. HA128C, is by Architect Lester Cohen, Room 75, 117 W. 48th St., New York 36, A'. Y.; and has 1,230 square Jeel of floor space. Crushed Stone Govt. Lime Spread Washed Kaw Sand FOGLE QUARRY CH 2-4864 — CH 2-1782 KART RACES Yes, SAM Has It. . . Prestoite and Zerex SAM'S TIRE & SUPPLY, INC. SAM MOTT, Mgr. 4th and Main Ph. CH 2-4436 GALLON Nationally Advertised Brands • Champion Spark Plugs • Fram Filters • Gates Belts • GE Light Bulbs • Perfect Circle Rings All Available At HUGHES AUTO PARTS 424 S. Main CH 2-3224 We keep abreast of the latest developments in medical progress. RANEY REXALL DRUG 304 S. 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