The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 26, 1961 · Page 9
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 9

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
Page 9
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Industry, Services Go Hand In Hand Wellsviile News Garden Club Wins Purple Ribbon By BERNICE HOLDEN Four members of the Wellsville Garden Club returned from the stale Garden Club convention in Arkansas City, bringing the purple ribbon the Club received for having complied with the required points. Attending were Mrs. Tom Ruddell, Mrs. W. H. Moherman, Mrs. E. E. Turner and Mrs. Bernhard Fleming. Coffee lour visitors of the Louis H. Hanson Post 194, American Legion, Monday included legion officers, Warren McCamish, second District junior commander, Argentine; Glenn Crush, Second District adjutant, Shawnee; John Hurley, rehabilitation representative Kansas City; Stanley A. Langr, Veterans Commission representative, Lawrence. Auxiliary officers visiting were Wyota Adams, Second District president, Overland Park; Blanche Wise, Second District vice president, Baldwin; Evelyn Huff, Second District secretary, Kansas City; Goldie Chambers, department representative. The Auxiliary was awarded the coffee cup plaque in a contest between the local Legion Post and Auxiliary Unit for the highest membership to report at the tour. The Auxiliary met its mem- Mary Ann Moherman, membership chairman, accepted the plaque for the Auxiliary. Refreshments of coffee and rolls were furnished by the Auxiliary. Committees for the tour included: dining room, Zona Hogan, Shirley Hughes; coffee, Jennie Lytle; kitchen, Dollie Hill, Thelma Pierce. A meeting of the Auxiliary followed the coffee tour. The next regular meeting date has been changed to Nov. 13. Members are to bring their gifts for the Wadsworth V.A. Hospital. The date set for the Auxiliary members to go to the Wadsworth V.A. Hospital to assist in gift- wrapping presents is Dec. 5. A school of instruction for Auxiliary members will be at Gardner on Nov. 12 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All members are advised to attend. The Legion and Auxiliary rally day for members and families will be at Paola Nov. 19. It was decided to make a complete wardnbe for a doll as a fund-raising project. One of 47 bands taking part in Emporia State Band Day Saturday was the Wellsville High School Band, directed by '"en- dell Hicks. The 60 band members wefe among a total of 2,500 participating. Accompanying as sponsors were Mrs. Donald Coughlin, Mrs. Clifford Detwiler, Mrs. Gene Barnett, Rev. Paul Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Hicks. Going to Emporia, the band stopped for a picnic juft outside of the City. At 1 p.m. the band marched in the parade. The afternoon was spent practicing for the half-time show for the game between Emporia State and Omaha University that evening. At ' half-time that night, the bands spelled out •Kansas Birthday 1861-1961'. Nancy Barnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barnett, was the Wellsville candidate for Miss Emporia State Band Day. The morning worship for the Lay Sunday service at New Hope Baptist Church Oct. 22 was led by Jack McWilson. Special music was presented by the men's choir. Giving 5-minute talks each and their topics were: George Miller, "I Will Let God Speak To Me"; Dale Van Horn, "I Will Speak To God"; John Foulkrod, "I Will Speak For God"; Percy Van Horn, "I Will Give One-Tenth To God". H. E. DeTar was guest speaker at the evening service. His topic was "The Richest Man In Town". Gross income from the M.Y.F, Sloppy Joe supper and parcel post sale amounted to $157.00. The amount cleared, $129.75, will be used by the M.Y.F. for the Festival of Sharing. Methodist men held a work night at the church Friday. The men removed loose plaster in the basement and repaired part of the plastering. A second work night was Monday to complete the work on the plastering. It will be allowed to dry the remainder of this week. It is hoped that it can be painted next week. Editor's note—Business is getting as dependent on outside specialists as housewives on repairmen. In this, second in a series of three articles on the boost services are giving the economy, Sam Dawson, AP business news analyst, tells how hard it's getting to draw a line between production of goods and services. By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK (AP) —Industry draws ever more heavily on services—almost as much as an individual. The general economy gain even while the shifting emphasis hurts some firms in favoring others. It's getting to ~6e a case of scratching each other's back. Manufacturers and materials producers use more services. And the fast growing service industries— and their employes—are requiring more materials and manufactured goods. Manufactures long have looked to others for credit and financing, for distribution and sales to the consumers, and for such specialized help as credit ratings, bill collecting, insurance, advertising More recently manufacturers i have dipped their toes in such ' things as consumer market research, leasing of equipment, executive recruiting, improving their relations with the public, labor, shareholders and the press. Today businessmen may turn over their complicated paperwork to electronic computer centers. They can call in speciab'sts to handle incentive sales campaigns, to plan and run conventions, to conduct stockholders proxy fights. It's possible for a corporation today to hire a service agency to pick the site for a new plant, a second to plan and build it for the company's special needs, a third to finance the building or to buy it and rent it back to the manufacturing company, a fourth to provide equipment on a rental basis, and still others to maintain the plant, repair the equipment, furnish temporary workers as needed. And many corporations turn to financial specialists either to float public security offerings, or to lend needed funds, and to others to finance sales to dealers or consumers. Specialists may handle the corporation's stock transfer books, mail out dividends, prepare annual reports. And insurance specialists look after everything from fire losses to overseas credit and investment risks. Corporations increasingly turn to outside specialists to help chart the course of the general economy or of their particular field. Dun & Bradstreet, for one example, long has been known for setting credit ratings of some three million firms. But businessmen now turn to it also for such specialized information as a food price index, commodity price index, new business incorporations, weekly and monthly bank clearings, building permits. Consulants and trade publications serve ever growing fields as scientific research both widens and narrows specialized technical industrial interests. Consumer research is growing fast. For one example, A. C. Nielsen, Chicago, known for rating radio and TV audience responses, also studies sales of foods, drugs, cigarettes, cosmetics, and interviews consumers. It has scores of competitors. Distribution in many cases is now turned over by the manufacturer to a service firm. Leasing companies have moved into both this field and into manufacturing itself. Service firms set up sales campaigns, buy the awards, sponsor prize trips, or do all the tedious spade work for sales and other conventions. At least one takes care of the inevitable speech making. National Communications Corp., Chicago, sponsors a Businessmen's Record Club and claims 5,000 active subscribers. The recorded speeches of experts are ground out at gatherings in the fields of insurance, manufacturing real estate, auto sales, food, printing and publishing. Friday: Manufacturers are moving in to garner more of those service dollars. Schoeppel Has An Operation TOPEKA (AP)-Sen. Andrew F. Schoeppel, R-Kas., underwent abdominal surgery today at Bethesda Naval Hospital, W. F. Turrentine of the senator's Topeka office reported. He said Schoeppel withstood the operation well and will spend his convalescence in the hospital. THE OTTAWA HERALD Q Thursday, October 26, 1961 ^ ZtmM •f-y.:-/f<f, m:m '#>•*•%% After a delicious evening meal, these brisk evenings call for relaxing before a cheery fireplace with family and friends! Snackin' foods add much to these companionable hours so be prepared by choosing from our wide variety. And look at our money-saving specials for family-meal needs, too. Shop for both needs at Safeway! Save 2 Ways . . Low Prices Plus Gold Bond Stamps! ice Cream s f ? r ss 99 C • '•........ WHI. jf jgj Pecan Pies Apple Sauce KZ, $ °° 7 *» $| m Tins | Safeway Guaranteed Meats . . . Always Best! Round U.S.D.A. Choice Aged Beef. SAFEWAY S««M«-b MKATS Guaranteed to Please You 100% or Your Money Will Be Cheerfully Refunded. •• I El M Govt. Inspected 4 to 6 Lb. Range. Fine for Stewing Lb. U.S. Choice Beef Rump . Fresh Hens Boneless Roast Canned Ham Sliced Bacon sj&sr 1 .... £ Morrell Pride Boneless . . . 5 Pork Steak Fresh Oysters £??•. ^^ 79 C Skinless Wieners Ir; 2 PLkb9 99 c Sausage £r P 7 rk 2 PLkb ,89 c Short Ribs BL ::? Lb 33 C Bologna Sre h ; n V Lb 39 c Perch Fillet Early American Cake Mixes Duncan Mines Brand Pkgs. For 77 Gillette Super Blue Blades Don't Miss This Special Price! Pkg.oflS 89 Full Gallon Bleach White Magic Ail Purpose 1-Gallon Jug 49 Halloween Candies! Candy Treats ££7 JR 49* Candy Pops Sit 0 '. #; 39 e Jelly Beans ;± r ! Lb . 33 e Candy Bars JK? # 2 59 e Bubble Gum Ift. OBly 59« Save Cash n' Stamps at Safeway/ Margarine Golden Corn SETEI 7 s $ I°° Purple Plums SSL \r 29* FREE! Dinnerware 4 Place Settings! 20 Pieces Free) Tastemark Cottage Cheese 2-Lb. Ctn. 39 Oven/oy BREAD 2- l-Lb. Loaves Kendall MILK FILTERS 100 6'/2 or 6" Disks 69 Brownie Mix Apple Butter ££7 Honey Jr^r Facial Tissue J£* Biscuits ?;:J H9ht :. Corn Flakes £±r. Brussel Sprouts Potato Patties .':,' Frozen Peas r.. Crackers 29 e 2 2 ;-'49 2e ' 49 Bakery Treats! Old Fashioned Donuts "? 3 8 cr«;27 c . T2Pk ° 9 '27 c 3 !£69 C . '* k yiO c Pkg °;39 c Mn. Wrighf't Reg. Ctn., 33c of 6, 2 P ° k Grade 'A' Large Eggs 49 Breakfast Gems Completely Refrigerated from Farm to Store! Special! Dozen Tomato Juice E±r..'£•-29 Red Delicious Fancy Quality Get Plenty for Halloween Apple 'Bobbin'! Crisp and Luscious 28 mmmmm Multi-grain Bread 19 ••MM Halloween Donuts Iced. AAc Ctn. of 6 00 \ This Week Get Your Beautiful Belvedere Bread & Butter Plate Fret Mn. Wright'. Mb. Loaf Good for Belvedere Bread & Butter Plate with $5.00 purchase or more Good Oct. 26 thru Nov. 1 Adulti Only Limit 1 Prestone ?;.;:; Go , 1 Shop for These Values! Cwnplttt ultction Jaek-O-lanUrn pumpkins, Indian corn & ornamental gourds available I A. A A r- • ^ — • O | | ll£ A ^- ris P' '-'Qnt Green V 9%C * B ^" •Witbw Fresh Heads Ik I m^ fc|) « • ^^ Potatoes Aifp:°poL": d . ! 10 £; 45 C ^M ^^^^ "w*j n ^m^ Johnson's Pledge Jr..... te79? Eze Waxer tp£ i.79 c Furnace Filters USE E. 69* Redeem This Coupon! VALUAMkK •ARKWMT OOUI WORTH 10 C on purchot* of 1 quart Johnson's Hard Gloss Glo Coat good thru October 28th Cauliflower 29' Apple Cider Fresh. Get Plenty Full for Halloween . . Gal. Crisp Carrots S e - 2g;19« Fancy Nuts s^^S;,,,.. .u.49« Fancy Peanuts l;. 1 ^? 1 .'! 1 '. 3 Lb , $ 1 M Mrs. Wright's White Bread lb. Loaf Fresh Dates STORE HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 8:30-8:30 Reg. 10- Odl 'kf. £9 I— 63e 01. Pkfl, Sun. 9-6 FEW AY

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