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THF, OTTAWA HERALD Saturday October 14, 1961 News Briefs Cars driven by Walter Hegberg, 57, RFD 3, and Helen A Riffel, 37. Council Grove, collided in the 203 block on West 15th about 9 p.m. yesterday, police records showed. Hegberg told invesligat- in.™ officers he was going west when he moved his car to the shoulder of the. road to enable a large truck to pass. As he attempted to get back on the road, he told officers, the car turned across the road. The Riffel car was going east at the time of the collision. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. Ham and Chicken Dinner Sun., Oct. 15. beginning 4:00 p.m. St Anthony's Hall Homewood — Adults "$1.25-Child 50c. Adv and their son, James, of Ft. Scott have returned from a trip east to visit other family members. Thej went first to visit a daughter anc family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamil ton and four children, Summit N. J. A son, Kenneth of Silve Spring, Md., joined the group fo a reunion, the first since 1961. Ballroom Classes for 6-7-8tl grades, register now. CH 2-3696 Adv Freddie J. Fort, 17, Price Hall, Ottawa University, was cited by police early today on a charge of driving 65 miles an hour in the 20-mile zone between Logan and 5th on Main. He is scheduled to appear in Police Court here Oct. 17, according to police records. Also scheduled to appear Tuesday is Harold W. Fine, 17, 119 W. 9th, cited yesterday on a charge of driving with defective mufflers. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. Junior-Senior High P.T.A. will have a film, "Civil Defense in the Schools," at the meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m. in senior high auditorium. Guidance counselors, P. K. Worley and Mrs. Howard Doman, will give talks concerning their work. Choice Sunday dinner menu, North American Coffee Shop. Adv. The annual picnic for Ottawa Elks and their families will be tomorrow afternoon at the National Guard Armory. There'll be free pony and train rides for the kiddies from noon through the after,;; noon. Dinner will be at 4. Each family is asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Wellsville Newt Church Elects Officers By BERNICE HOLDEN The election of officers was unday at the quarterly business meeting at Wellsville Baptist Church. Elected moderator was W. Hosteller; church clerk, VIrs. Lirinie Tyler, treasurer, Hugh ramer. Elected deacons were L. W. lostetter, Bernhard Fleming, Wiley Broers and Leroy Price. Trustees include Hirschl Murphy, Ted Thoren, Henry Chilton, Damon Chesbro, Keith Chanay, Norman Shannon and Bob Cramer. Mrs. Clyde Ware and Mrs. Henry Chilton were elected to the Board of Christian Education. Other officers are Leroy Price, Sunday School superintendent; Mrs. E. E. Turner, assistant Sunday School superintendent; Mrs. Keith Chanay, records secretary; Mrs. Jackson Dunham, assistant records secretary; Mrs. J. C. Jones Jr., organist; Mrs. Clyde Ware, assistant organist; Lois Chesbro church pianist; Patricia Pierce assistant church pianist; Mrs Bob Cramer, choir director; Mrs, Artie Chanay, floral decorations It was decided to hold the 100th birthday celebration of the church on April 1, 1962. The Centennia' Committee includes Mrs. Linnie Tyler, Mrs. Artie Chanay, ant Hugh Cramer. The Phi Delta Sunday Schoo class held its class party Wednes day afternoon at the Wellsville Baptist Church. Mrs. Lutie Birck head presided at the business meeting. Members wrote cards t shut-ins who were members, am enjoyed visiting. Floyd Buckingham, Dubuque la., was in Wellsville Wednesda; calling on old acquaintances. H is formerly of Wellsville. The time for the M.Y.F. Sloppy Joe supper, to be held in thi Methodist Church basemen Wednesday, Oct. 18, has been se from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. A parce post auction-sale will be at ap proximately 7 p.m. Packages o a value of 50 cents will be auction ed off unopened. All proceeds wi go to the Festival of Sharing. The W.S.C.S. Evening Circle o Wellsville Methodist Church wi meet at the home of Mrs. Wen del Hicks at 8 p.m., Oct. 19. Methodist men will hold a work night at the church on Friday Deaths Legate AT THE CHECKOUT STAND - Karl Jcsdinsky, Ward's manager, and Betty Wilson, soft lines department head, are busy demonstrating how Ward's new "Self-Service" works to firm's visiting dignitaries who visited the local store Wednesday for opening of customer "self-service". Left to right: Clair Wind- On The Business Side ness, district manager, Kansas City; Burke Gelling, retal assistant, Chicago; Tom Drake, store planning, Chicago; Frank Zoelrow, regional operating manager, Kansas City; Ronal Cor- unison, store planning, Chicago; Jesdinsky and Mrs. Wilson. (Herald Photo) Wards Begins Self-Service (First Published l)-30-'Bl) (Last Published 10-14-'81) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HKABINQ Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, October 31, 1881, at 4:30 P.M. Of said day In the City Hall of Ottawa, Kansas, a public hearing will be held before the City Planning Commission of said City upon the petition of Lena Frcdeen, for certain proposed changes and amendments undor Ordinance No. 1763 of said City and upon certain changes to the Zoning Map attached o and made a part of said Ordinance, towlt: Take out of District "C" (Apartment) and place within District "a Local Business) the following dcscrlo- id real estate: Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, B and 11, Block 4, University Addition to the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. Also a hearing will be held before he City Planning Commission at the same time and place on the Petition of Llndel 8. Chlsm for change in ?.on- ng from "A" (First Dwelling) and place within District "B" (Duplex) the ollowinK described real estate: Lota 24, 20. and 28, Block 19, Bowles, Sheldon & Topping Addition to the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. At such public hearing protests B gainst such proposed changes to the Zoning Map of said City may be presented to the Planning Commission and passed upon by said commission. If no protests arc made, or sufficient or Insufficient protests are made, such facts together with the recommendation of the City Planning Commission will be submitted to the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa. Kansas for Its consideration in proceeding with the above matter according to law. The City Planning Commission By Warren Weien Chairman Attest: Harold O. Pcffly, Secretary Shipmaa Elk's Club family picnic, Armory Bldg., Sun., Oct. 15. Free pony rides, train rides, miniature golf, starting at noon; family dinner 4:00 p.m. Bring table service and covered dish. Adv. Ottawa W.C.T.U. will hold an all-day institute Tuesday at First Methodist Church. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. Fire damaged a mattress, springs and bed covers at the Francis Arnold residence, 841 S. Cherry, about 10 p.m. last night, according to fire department records. The fire reportedly was started by a night light. RCA Whirlpool Washer. 2-speed with lint filter, water level, 5 temperatures. Save $120. Crites. Adv. Budget cold wave $5 complete. CH 2-4198 Ella Beauty Salon. Downstairs location. Adv. Claude Yakle, RFD 4, has posted $850 bond pending hearing on two bogus checks, $148.28 and $254.97, given to the Ottawa Co- Op, according to Justice Court records. He is to appear Oct. 18. Also in Justice Court, Sylvester Belisle, Wichita, was allowed to abate a fund check Waddell. $51.80 insufficient given to Eddie L. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Jessie Mundy, 114 N. Locust; Mrs. Herbert Guyett, Rantoul; Mrs. Richard Foltz, RFD 1, Princeton; Friday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nesbit, 1426 S. Cedar, daughter born Friday, weight, 7 Ib., 5 oz. Dismissals H. C. Flory, 609 Beech, Friday. Mrs. Frank F o g 1 e and baby daughter, 1040 Cottonwood; Mrs. Ervin Michel, 1404 S. Cedar; R. D. Gleason, 1122 S. Cedar; Tom Gibson, Wellsville. Marriage Licenses William Calvin Finch, legal, Ottawa and Patricia Helen Edwards legal, Wichita. Harold James Bechtle, 19, Ottawa, and Janice Collene Lines, 17, kwin, Mo. Oct. 20, at 6:30 p.m. t Sponsors for the Junior B.Y.F. pro-ams for the coming year at Wellsville Baptist Church are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Burbank, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shields and Ray Cryder. Rev. and Mrs. Homer Ganong will l)e delegates to the Kansas Baptist Convention in Kansas City Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The laymen will have charge of the morning service Sunday at the Wellsville Baptist Church. Briles Birthday Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Raymond Carpenter. The club voted to send $3 to the cancer fund. Mrs. Emil Kirchhoff received a mystery pal gift. The hostess served refreshments of date roll with whipped cream, coffee, candy and nuts. The next meeting wjll be with Mrs. Tom Chamber's; A covered dish luncheon will be served. Mrs. Floyd Smith entered the Gardner Medical Center Monday. Mrs. Millard Rodgers underwent major surgery Wednesday at Ransom Memorial Hospital. The Woman's Missionary Society of New Hope Baptist Church entertained the women of Tauy Baptist Church, Ruhamah Church and the E. U. B. Church at Peoria Thursday afternoon at a tea. Approximately 36 women were present. Hostesses were Mrs. John Foulkrod, Mrs. Percy Van Horn and Mrs. Jack McWilson. Mrs, Ray Eversmeyer presided. Mrs Raymond Jennings, Ottawa, was guest speaker and showed slides on missionary work in Japan. De votions were given by Mrs. R B. Shoemaker. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Good am 3>/2-month-old son, Mike, moved last Wednesday to the former C E. Thomas farm approximate!} six miles east of Wellsville. The Goods purchased the farm. He wil continue to work at Delco along with his farming. Raymond Cobb showed movie; of his trip east this summer a Kiwanis. Kayettes painted the snack ba: Wednesday evening, as one o their projects. The Wellsville Ea gles' colors, blue and scarle were used. A wiener roast wa held afterward. Twelve to fifteen girls participated. The junior class at Wellsville High held a dance in the schoo multi • purpose room Tuesda; By DON SHIPMAN This week, Karl Jesdinsky, manager of Montgomery Ward, put into operation "self-service" at his store. For the past several weeks the entire floor plan of the store's two selling floors have been undergoing a complete changeover. Visual shelving was set up, and counter tops arranged for better display which allows easy vision, sizing and pricing of each individual item. Two check-out stands were installed at t h e front and one c h e c k - out stand at t h e back entrance for shoppers who will use Ward's parking lot. The op-'f- ening of t h e "self - service" changeover was keyed to break with the firm's Ward Week promotion, and the double selling emphasis gave the opening day a capacity customer traffic count plus a success- ul sales figure. The Ottawa store is one of the hree in the country selected by ic management of Wards as an experimental operation in "self- ervice" selling. Dick Walker, Gamble mana- er, and crew are celebrating the irm's 30 years of store operation n Ottawa this month. In the tore's operation here in Ottawa t was expanded from a 25-foot 'ront with one selling floor to a 75-foot front with three selling loors. Merchandisewise, the original store opened as a hardware and automotive store. In the recent years the firm has expanded to nclude a complete furniture, appliance, hardware and automotive departmentized operation. Walker in the past four years las trained three assistant managers who have been promoted :o manager spots in stores in the Gamble group. The most recent one is Vernon Smith, a native Ot- tawan, to manage the Gamble store in Lawrence. night. Juniors were allowed to bring a boy or girl as a guest. Cookies and pop were served. An admittance fee of 25 cents was charged and the money used to purchase dance records to be left at the school. David Sleppy, who was recently inducted into the Army, expects his processing to have been completed by next week and his training to begin then. His address is RCP El David S. Sleppy US55713992, Company "E" 1st BN 3rd TNG Regt., Basic, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beeler are at home at 2431 Treemont, Apt. 5, El Paso, Texas. Beeler, who is serving with the Army, is taking a 3-month course. Mrs. Beeler is the former Carolyn Cramer. Forty - two cents of every dollar spent by consumers today is for services. Five years ago, the portion going for services was around 37 cents. Increasing costs of rent, household operation, medical care, and other professional services are a contributing factor in the rise, as are the mounting costs of education, travel, recreation and amusement. October is National Restaurant Month. Fifteen eating places in Otiawa have joined together in an advertisement in tonight's Herald, encouraging people to enjoy life more by dining out more often. Take the family out to eat more often is the theme. With Christmas and Christmas shopping coming up sooner than most people realize, the Christmas Club check is becoming a very much sought after article. The average Christmas Club check has been increasing steadi ly in recent years. In 1957, the average check totaled $93.73.H[t amounted to $105 in 1958 and rose to $108 in 1959. Last year's average check of $110 was an all- time high. Hazen Richardson, local representative, Investors Diversified Services, Inc., announced today that Investors Mutual, Inc., largest mutual fund affiliate managed by his firm, has declared a quarterly dividend of 9V£ cents per share derived exclusively from investment income. This compares with 9'/4 cents per share paid from this source a year ago. Also, a distribution of 1&/2 cents per share representing realized security profits was declared. The like distribution a year ago was 7% cents per share. His firm has passed $4 billion in assets under management. The Dun & Bradstreet Daily Wholesale Commodity Price Index of 30 basic commodities (1930-1932 equals 100) was 273.80 on Thursday, Oct. 12, against 274.50 a week ago. The Weekly Wholesale Food Price Index, requesting the total of the price per pound of 31 foods in general use, rose four cents this week to $5.99. This is .3 per cent below the corresponding level of last year. MRS. DORA A. LEE Mrs. Dora Alice Lee, 88, died at the home of a sister, Mrs. Fred Bougher, RFD 4, today at 2:30 a.m. She had been in failing health since suffering a stroke seven years ago, and came to Ottawa to live at that time. She was born April 17, 1873, at Boston, Ky., and was the daughter of William and Sarah E. (Tinsley) Lambdin. On Oct. 25, 1901, at Wichita, she was married to Charlie H. Lee who died in the early 20's. She moved to Caldwell from Kentucky at the age of 10, and moved to Wichita following her marriage. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Wichita. Other survivors are two daughters, Mrs. John Wharton, Tacoma, Wash., and Mrs. Harry Dawdy, Jefferson City, Mo.; two grandchildren and a sister, Mary H. Lambdin, Ottawa. Funeral services will be at the McVey-Dengel Mortuary Tuesday at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Wichita. STEVEN MICHAEL FOLTZ Steven Michael, infant son ol Richard and Frieda (Kochenower) Follz, RFD 1, Princeton, wae stillborn in Ransom Memorial Hospital Friday at 5:54 p.m. Surviving are the parents anc their two daughters, Christie and Kathy. of the home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Foltz Princeton; and Mr. and,Mrs. M E. Kochenower, RFD 1, Prince ton; great-grandparents, Mrs. Car rie Wittman, Richmond; Mrs Clara Follz, Garnett; and Mrs Frieda Kissinger, Ottawa. Graveside services will be helc Sunday al 1:30 p.m. in Princelon -. ~ .. . u -ii said court, tn UK- CUy ol O'-awa, in Cemelery. Ruv. Dclljert Honn will j sa)rt countv and 5tatc at whlch tlm . (First Published. September 30, 1881) (Last Published, October 14. 19011 State or K»n;as. Fra-iVMin Cvurtv ss: In the Probate Court of said county and Elate. In the Matter of the Estate of William Smithey, deceased. No. 10-590 Notice of Hearing The State of Kansas to all persont concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been tiled in said court by Ida M. Smithey, Administratrix of the Estate of William Smtthcy. deceased, praying for a final settlement of .said estate and for the allowance and approval of her final report; determination and allowance of court costs and proper fees of administration: determination of the property of the decedent and the assignment of the snma to the persons entitled thereto and the discharge of the administratrix, together with the surety upon her bond, and all other proper relief. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 23rd day o.' October. 1961, at 1'0:00 o'clock A.M., of said day. In officiate. ABANDONED BOY — Sad-eyed little boy is held by Policewoman Jeannine Dawson after he was left in front of a Christ The Kin;; Roman Catholic Church in Seattle. Wash. Boy was found after a convertible had stopped at church and a woman and boy wont inside. The woman came out alone and later telephoned to say child had been left. Local Markets Soybeans $2.17 Wheat .................... 1-83 Milo Rye Shelled Corn Ear Corn ... Oats 1-75 90 1.10 .75 .95 43 Earley Butterfat 48, Eggs, straight run 22' Eggs, graded 35, .26, .22 Cocks ° 3 Hens 03 !<C Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle: compared with last week's close; slaughter steers 50 higher; heifers 25-50 higher; calves strong; veal- ers steady; stockers and feeder.'-, to 50 higher; good to prime steers 22.75-25.00; good to prime heifers 22.00-24.00; good and choice calves IB 00-22.00; good and choice veal- ers 22.00-26.00; good to choice and fancy stockers and feeders 21.5»- 2C.OO; good to choice calves 22.0030.60. Sheep: wooled lambs steady; shorn lambs to 25 lower; ewes and feeders steady; good to prime lambs 15.00-17.75; cull to good ewes 1.50-3.50; good to choice feeder lambs 12.00-14.SO. Hogs: barrows and gilts 75-1.00 lower; sows 50-75 lower; 1-2-3 barrows and gilts 200-260 Ib 16.5085; 1-2 170-200 Ib 1C.<:0-50: sows 1-3 300-400 Ib 15.50-lfi.50; 2-3 400600 Ib 14.75-15.50; 1-2 290 Ib 16.75. Funerals FRED E. CLAYBORN Funeral services for Fred E. Clayborn, who died Oct. 10, were held from the A.M.E. Church on Oct; 13. Rev J. R. Gray, Rev. E. Henson and Rev. A. L. Parker officiated. The choir sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. Kittie Armstrong. Pallbearers were Roy Lewis, Chris Wilson, Le Roy Green, V. C. Campbell, Reginold and Harvey Williams. Burial was in Hope Cemetery. Railroad Hearings Scheduled SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The contest for control of the Western Pacific moves into a road show phase for the next two weeks with hearings s c h e duled in Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Seattle and Portland. Paul C. Albus, Interstate Commerce Commission examiner, recessed the San Francisco hearing Friday after two weeks of cross- examination on the rival bids by the Santa Fe and the Southern Pacific for Western Pacific control. Albus will resume the hearing in San Francisco Oct. 30 to wind up testimony in the complex case. Shipper witnesses will be heard in Los Angeles in a three-day session starting Monday. Albus has scheduled hearings in Salt Lake City Oct. 19 and 20; in Seattle Oct. 23 and 24, and in Portland Oct. 25, 26 and 27. Kills A Man CAMP GRAYLING, Mich. (AP) — An antitank rocket exploded late Friday in the midst of two men and a boy who were collecting scrap metal on a National Guard firing range. One man was killed and his companions were injured critically. SALE DATES Harold Scwart & Charles Boatty Harold - CH 24836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Oct 17—Night Consignment Horse Sale Neosho Livestock Commission Co.,' Neosho. Missouri. Ort 20—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Otiawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa, Kas. Printy and Sons Ben Prinly "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Tnuesdaj night 1 p.m., 1138 N. Main. Community sale every Thursdaj night. 113B N Main. Oct. 14 — Mrs. Edwin "Dude" Moler, 820 S. Elm. Ottawa, 1 p.m. Ort 15 — Meyers Furniture and AP- piiance Store, Removal Sale 12904 South 71 Hi-way Grandvlew, Mo. 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43. Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, Overbrook, Kansas Every Wednesday Oct. 14 — Saturday. Charlto Garst closing out cale. 3'* miles West of Overbrook on Highway 56. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Pale located one mile East of Main on Wilson, every Saturday, 1 p.m. and place raid cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, Judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petit.lun. IDA M. SMITHET, Administratrix WINTON A. WINTER, Attorney. HAPPY BIRTHDAY - Former President and Mrs. Dwiglit D. Eisenhower pose at Gettysburg farm ou Ike's 71st birthday. FOLTZ—Graveside Service for Steven Michael Foltz will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon at Princelon Cemetery. ^DEPENDABLE AMBULANCE SEHVICE jjartORTK MAIN r PHOHt CH 2-.I33I ••'"•' 'OTTAWA. KANSAS, Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save !0%--Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word 4c 3 insertions per word lOc 6 insertions per word 15c 26 insertions per word 60c Minimum charge 70c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 emblem 51.50 2 insertions no change .. $1.50 Classified Display (Local) 13c per line. Out of trade territory, 5c per word per insertion, no discount. Classified Display (National) 20c per line Special DisAunt Contract Rates Available Oct. 14 Ottawa Market sale located one mile East of Main on Wilson Saturday afternoon at one o'clock. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday. Locust & Wilson. Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 16—Special Stocker & feeder Sale Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 17 — Veronica Stoerman Estate, Household goods, 210 West 4th St., Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 18 — L. E. Wilson, 2 miles Southwest Williamsburg. Oct. 19—Waverly Livestock Sale Way- erly, Kansas. Oct. 20—Prairie City School Building It Land & contents near Baldwin, Kansas. RECORD LEE — Funeral Services for Mrs. Dora Alice Lee who passed away early this morning will be conducted from the Mortuary Tuesday morning at eleven o'clock. Interment Maple Grove Cemelery, Wichita, Kansas. McVey-DENGEL MORTUARY Ph. CH 2-2323 Lost and Found BOYS " TflGTClasif R¥ at Herald Office. —8 g turned in LOST — Siamese Cat. Vicinity 311 E. 9th. Child's pet. Reward. CH 2-1422. Notices Retta Conclave No. 8 Order True Kindred. -9 of Regular Meeting, Monday, October 16, 8:00 p.m. Edith Rea, W.C. Fred Gardner, Secv. You Can Save Time By Placing Your Classified Ad By PHONE - Dial CH 2-4700 DEADLINE MONDAY-FRIDAY 11:00 A.M. SATURDAY 10:00 A.M. If your ad is placed after these deadlines it will appear in the following day HERALD.

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