The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 12, 1961 · Page 11
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LUNAR "ROVER BOYS" - "Porkie", held by Mrs. Judith Wrona, secretary of the American Rocket Society, and "Dumbo", standing on its own "legs", are two of the strange moon devices introduced by RCA's Astro-Electronics Division at the weeklong show which the American Rocket Society is holding in New York. Devices are known as "lunar rovers" and are being developed to provide locomotion techniques for moon explorations. Cancel Controversial Speaker's Appearance ATCfflSON, Kan. (AP)-St. Benedict's College officials cancelled an assembly speaking engagement of William Worthy, world- traveling Negro' newsman, scheduled for tonight. The president of St. Benedict's, the Rev. Oleur Hemen, announced Worthy's appearance was cancelled because: "We do not feel that he has anything to offer our student body." School authorities at Southwest Missouri State College in Springfield were disturbed by a spech Worthy made to a student assembly Wednesday. In his speech at Springfield, Worthy said: "I'm convinced that socialism in its various forms is the wave of the future. "We must remember that the new world evolving in Asia and Africa, and in Latin America, does not want to be and is not going to be a carbon copy of the United States." Worthy, who said he has made four trips to Cuba, listed as positive achievements of the Cuban revolution: The elimination of corruption in the government, the reduction of rents and the elimina tion of racial discrimination. The newsman said he wished to dispel the belief Cubans, prior to the April invasion attempt, were "chafing under tyranny". He saic their militia fought loyally. Worthy also said Castro can repel "any invasion except one by hundreds of thousands of marines." Worthy attracted world-wide at tention several years ago when he defied the wishes of the State Department and gained admittan ce to Red China for a news tour He worked for the Baltimore Afro-American, one of a chain oi Negro newspapers. Wellsviile News Church Observes Homecoming By BERNICE HOLDEN The annual homecoming was Sunday at New Hope Baptist Church with a basket dinner at noon. Rev. J. W. Bays, Ft. Scott, preached at the morning service. Lawrence Davila, student at Ottawa University, was a guest vocalist. The afternoon service opened with gr%up singing led by Rev. R. B. Shoemaker. Mrs. Bruce Hays, church clerk, read letters from people unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Van Horn and Rev. and Mrs. Shoemaker comprised a vocal quartet. Don Wei- ton, Mound City, was the afternoon speaker. Visitors included E. I. Ball, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mrs. Shirley (Cramer) Eubank and son, Jeff, Emporia; Mr. and Mrs. Arlie McMahan and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Evans, all of Lawrence; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McMahan, Edgerton; Willis Smith, Paola; Clarence Briles, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Foster, all of Rantoul; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Holtwick, Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Latimer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meyers, Mrs. Anna Bryan, Mrs. Lillie McCullough, Mrs. Anna Rich, O.U. students, Dorothy Goodwin, Priscilla Griffin, Lawrence Davila, all of Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. Don Welton and family, Mound City; Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Bays, Ft. Scott; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kohler, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Fleming, all of Wells- viile. Sharing her father's birthday is the infant daughter of Mr,, and Mrs. Britton Chilton who was born Sunday, Oct. 8, at the Gardner Community Medical Center. The baby weighed 6 Ibs. 15 oz. The Chiltons also have a daughter, Bridget, over iMj years old. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Farrell and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chilton, WeUsville. The infant has two great grandmothers, Mrs. Bertha Farrell, Wells- viile, and Mrs. George Chappell, now with her son in Virginia. Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Steadman,' Kansas City, Sundav evening were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barnett and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. John Neis Wellsviile; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Leib and family, Waverly; aw Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller anc family, Ottawa. Junior M.Y.F. had a weiner roast at the Wellsviile Methodist Church Sunday afternoon. Games were played. Sponsors were Mrs Robert Hagan and Mrs. Paul War ren. Senior M.Y.F. members who went to Ottawa Sunday evening to hear Bishop Dawson speak on his recent trip to Africa to visi Dr. Albert Schweitzer were Lin da Pierce, Beatrice and Bar bara Carmona. Pat Kaufman at tended as a guest. Others going were Mrs. Jennie Lytle anc Mrs. Charles Pierce. A card shower honored Mrs Eva Fairchild on her 87th birth day Monday. Dinner was also held in her honor at the home o her daughter, Mrs.. Perry Leib Others present were Mrs. Mari Barnett, Baldwin, and Mr. am Mrs. Henry Hill. Mrs. Fairchild's health is im proved. She was born in the Wellsviile community, the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sloan She attended a country school On Jan. 29, 1896, she was mar ried to Ira Fairchild at her par ents home. Mr. Fairchild was engaged in farming, and the couple locatet on a farm near Wellsviile, when the Melvin Foulks now live, fo] some six years. They then mov ed north of town to the homi place, now the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Linn Holtwick. They made their home there un til moving to town in 1930 follow ing his retirement. Mr. Fairchili died Feb. 2, 1944. Mrs. Fairchild has four daughters, Mrs. G. G Henderson, Parsons, Kas.; Mrs Marie Barnett, Baldwin, Kas. Mrs. Perry Leib and Mrs. Henry Hill, Wellsviile. Man Killed In Boom Fall WICHITA (AP)-One man wa killed and at least one othe injured today when a boom fel at a new library constructio: project at the University of Wich ita campus. Or an R. Harris, an employe o the Dondlinger Construction Co was dead on arrival at a hospitai He was crushed under the 85 to rig; . Charles Walker was injured. From Safeway... Another Beautiful Gift for You! The most amazing dinnerware plan! Exquisite Belvedere Pattern THE OTTAWA HKKALD 1 1 Thursday, October 12, 1961 • • SAFEWAY 4 Place Settings! 20 Pieces FREE! 1-Piece Each Week! Dishwasher Durable! 4 Dinner Plates 4 Dessert Plates 4 Cups 4 Saucers 4 Bread & Butter Plates Merely clip the coupon from Safeway's Food Ad each week and! present at Safeway with a purchase of $5.00 or more. I Coupon No. 1 Good for One i I Dinner Plate j • With $5.00 or more purchase I 1 Good thru Oct. 18 I Limit I per family Adults Only Safeway Superb Meats! Sliced Bacon $ofeway •rand ...... Lb. 69 Pork Liver £i ........ 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