The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 18, 1961 · Page 8
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, October 18, 1961 Wellsville News Nason On Education PTAHas Membership Contest B.v BERNICE HOLDEN Wellsville Parent-Teacher Association is sponsoring a contest j in the grade school for the purpose of inviting parents to become members. j On the bulletin board in the grade rooms is a large paper "fish bowl". When a parents' dues; for the year have been paid, the j child is allowed to pin a paper fish with his name on it in the bowl. The room having the largest per cent of the class "swimming" at the close of the contest, Oct. 27, will be the winner of the contest. The children in that room will be treated to ice cream by the P.T.A. The contest has been planned by the P.T.A. Membership Committee. Mrs. George Rebman is committee chairman, assisted by Mrs. Shirley Mover and Mrs. Ed Mover. Wayne Hunlpy. 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunley, Olathe. suffered painful cuts on the finger next his right thumb while at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Massengale. Wayne was going outside when he ran his hand through the glass in the door. The Lay Sunday service at Wellsville Methodist Church Oct. 15 opened with the choir's singing of "How Great Thou Art" led by John Benham. H. E. DeTar presented the sermon topic, "The | Richest Man in Town". Larry Averill read the scripture, the responsive reading and The Apostles Creed. Bill Kyle acted as lay leader. The day also held special significance for one of the younger members of the congregation. Gregory, infant son of Rev. and Mrs. James Nabors, was at church with his parents and sisters, Cindy and Melissa, for the first time. Mrs. Pearl Linglc returned to Kansas City Friday night from Washington, D. C., following a 2-week visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Wcldon. While lhere, v .she spent three days with them a? Lancaster, Pa. She went by jet and returned home by regular plane. It was Mrs. Lingle's first airplane flight, and she says she is sold on flying. J.P. Feighner joined his mother, Mrs. Lee Chamberlain, and Mr. Chamberlain over the weekend, bringing with him as guests three exchange students originally of the Philippines. The young men are students at the K.U. Medical Center in Kansas City, Kas. Feighner is a third year medical student; Quasi Romauldez, second year student; Marce Reyes, third year student, and Tos Pineda, fourth year student. The Berean Class of Wellsville Baptist Church has cancelled plans for a turkey supper that had been scheduled for Oct. 27. A canvass for funds for the Kansas Children's Service League was started in Wellsville Tuesday under the direction of Mrs. Mary O'Neil. Mrs. O'Neil's helpers met at her home for a morning coffee. Aiding in the canvass are Mrs. Scott Moherman, Mrs. Norman Shannon, Mrs. Lester Whitley, Jr., Mrs. Lowell Collins, Mrs. Frank O'Neil, Mrs. Harold Good, Mrs. Bill Warnock and Mrs. L. W. Hosteller. Money received will be mod In aid unfortunate and underprivileged children. Wellsville Junior Garden Club met with Mrs. Mary O'Neil for a wiener roast Saturday evening. It was for the members and their mothers. Six girls and four mothers attended. Mrs, Tom Rucl- dell, co-sponsor, also was present. Save Facts Daily For Final Exams . JASON By .LESLIE J. NASON Professor of Education USC Let us assume that you've work ed especially hard on the review for a test in some school course which has been Riving you the weH-known bad time. You have achieved a good grade. You've met the crisis. But what now? You have thi % course up li date now will your good re view. Don't lr' it slip awd again. If y o are not care! you will h a v to put in a not I' er rough week end of review before the next test. You will have lost the advantage with which you are armed today. And don't forget that your final grade will be based partially on the work you do from day to day. So keep the course up to date for the rest of the semester. It's the easy way. The proper organization of material which you now have is a must for effective reading and listening which will help you hold these, new heights you've just captured. Here are some steps forward in your new plan of action: 1. Be in class: be there promptly, come prepared. 2. Listen to the teacher. Take- advantage of what he has to offer. He gets the same pay whether you listen to him or not. 3. Prepare all assignments with special care. Get assignments in on time. 4. Try aiming for A's — not C's. You'll never hit anything unless you aim at it. If you aim for an A and get only a C you will have lost nothing. You figured on the C anyway. Now is the time to raise your sights. You might have A's in range after all. Too often we think of "listening" and "studying" as two separate and distinct things and most certainly as things that you could not do at one and the same time. This is where you. are wrong Your past work in the course is now organized and you no longer need to worry about it. Because of this you will find that, while you are listening to t h e teacher, you can be spending more time studying what he is saying. And you will now find that you can organize course material almost simultaneously with hearing it. You can improve on this organization of material by following a couple of suggestions: 1. Read ahead in the text before coming to class. Listen carefully to what the teacher is saying and try to guess what it is he'll say next. 2. Write short sentences from time to time — just little reminders which will summarize Workshop Patterns SAFETY-LOCK GUN RACKS PATTERN 405 SAFE BUT READY is the motto of the huntsman who has either of these gun racks. The three-gun rack even has a locked drawer at the bottom. Both racks are easy to make with simple tools. So don't delay. Pattern 405, which gives actual-size cutting guides and complete illustrated directions, is 35c. This Pal- tern also is one of four in the Huntsmen's Packet No. 24 for $1. The Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept., Bedford Hills, New York. what the teacher has said. Don't wait to do these things. Do them now" while the whole I course reorganization you have made is fresh in your mind. In some respects, doing school work can be a little like paying for something you've bought on the installment plan. If, when you arc purchasing something on credit, you will have the good sense to put away a portion of your weekly earnings, there will be no problem meeting the monthly payment on the item. Daily organization of course material and the practice of putting the basics away daily in memory and notebooks will prepare you for that day of reckoning when the teacher gives you a final examination. (Write Dr. Nason in care of this paper. He will cover questions of general interest in hit. articles.) Mickey Cohen Free On Bail | SAN FRANCISCO (A)-Mick- j ley Cohen is free on bail today, j the first inmate of the federal I Government's Alcatra/ Island prison in San Francisco Bay ever to be so released. i The Los Angeles onetime gam- [ bier was freed Tuesday on a $100,000 bond after U.S. Supremo Court Justice William C. Douglas | ruled Cohen had the right to post ! bail. Cohen, 47, was sent to Alcatraz j after conviction of evading $200,000 in federal income taxes He had served 82 days of a 15- vear sentence. Call CH 2-4700 Disc Jockey •' Plans Appeal SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Disc jockey Peter Tripp said Tuesday he will appeal his conviction of accepting $36,000 in commercial bribes from recording companies. The charges were against Tripp while he worked for a New York City radio station. Tuesday he flew back to San Francisco and his $250 a week job. Trip, who once worked for Radio Station WHB in Kansas City, said he was "the fall guy for what hundreds have clone and are still doing.'" WE ARE AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR ARMCO FALLOUT Family relaxes in their Armco "Underground" Shelter. Top bunks swing out of way. Food is two weeks' supply. r OCD-Approved, Economical, Quickly Installed There are two kinds of Armco Fallout Shelters. Both protect your family against deadly atomic fallout and radiation. The Armco "Basement" Shelter utilizes the corner of any home concrete basement. Walls of the shelter are composed of cellular steel panels with a 12-inch void betw&sn the steel sheets. 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