The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 28, 1961 · Page 3
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KITCMEN C AM ,I Y EM. - FIRST FUDOR PLAN- :T BI-LEVEL RANCH: A lot of house on two levels, yet with the look of a ranch -that's this well planned design. On the first floor are living, dining and family rooms, kitchen, three bedrooms and studio room. A recreation room with fireplace and storage space is on the lower floor. The house has 2 1/2 baths and a two-car garage and counts 2,471 square feet of floor space. The plan is HA152Y, by Architect Herman H. York. 90-04 161 St., Jamaica, 32, N. Y. Saturday-Sunday TV Highlights Saturday Evening 6:00 Channel 9 — "Matty's Funday Funnies." Cartoons. 6:30 Channels 5-13 — "Perry Mason." A man threatens to sue a doctor for goofing on treatments and diagnosis, or Channel 9 — "Roaring 20s." Keenan Wynn is the star of this one, portraying a Broadway producer, or Channel 4 - "Wells Fargo." Indian trouble. 7:30 Channel 9 — "Ernie Kovacs." A special, with more of the Kovacs zany type of performance, Channels 5-13 — "Defenders." A man is accused of murder, or Channel 4 — "Shannon." An insurance agent is investigating a claim, and gets himself killed. 8:00 Channel 9 — "Boxing." Ted Wright, a welterweight, will go 10 rounds or less with Farid Salim, a middleweight, or Channel 4 — A movie of 1954 vintage, "There's No Business Like Show Business." Right good talent in the show, with Irving Berlin introducing the play which features Ethel Merman, Marilyn Monroe, Donald O'Connor and Dan Dailey, and, you must admit that is right fair talent. 8:30 Channels 5-13 - "Have Gun- Will Travel." A bet of considerable size is made. 9:00 Channels 5-13 - "Gunsmoke." A landlord says for a rancher to pay off his mortgage or get off the ranch, or Channel 9 — "Lawrence Welk." Late movies include "Alexander's Ragtime Band." If you are old enough to have seen this 1933 film on the first time around you'll remember it was a good one. If you're younger than that, better put the coffee pot on again and have a look at it. Stars are Tyrone Power, Alice Faye and Don Ameche, and the channel is 9. The starting time 10:30. Sunday Evening 6:00 Channels 5-13 - "Lassie." Timmy catches a deer. 6:30 Channel 4 — A special you'll want to see. It's the "World of Bob Hope," first in a series of shows about the professional and private lives of prominent Americans, or Channel 9 — "Follow the Su." This one sounds rather exciting. The title is "Another Part of the Jungle," or Channels 5-13 — "Dennis the Menace." 7:00 Channels 5-13 — "Ed Sullivan." Sullivan presents a wide variety of talent, including George Gobel. 7:30 Channel 4 — "Car 54." Toody and Muldoon are afoot because Car 54 is in the garage for repairs. They aren't too happy about the situation, or Channel 9 — "Lawman." The Birdcage saloon is the scene of some rough action when a fellow is forced, at gunpoint, to drink some whiskey. Wellsville News Prayer Week Is Program Theme By BERNICE HOLDEN The program meeting of the Veek of Prayer and Self Denial, observed by the Wellsville Hethodist Church, was Friday, Oct. 27, at 2 p.m. in the church sanctuary. In charge of planning he program was Mrs. Oren Carroll, W.S.C.S. Spiritual Life secretary. Mrs. Donald Coughlin was program leader. Giving the welcome was Mrs. W. D. Farney.. Mrs. Kenneth Wehmeyer spoke on 'Evangelical Book Stores in Lain America". Mrs. Clarence Coffman gave a ;alk on "Christian Libraries Around The World". "Medical 8:00 Channels 5-13 — "Power Am the Glory," starring Laurence Olivier and a big cast of top names, or Channel 9 — "Bus Stop.' Johnny's bus ticket runs out as h lands at Sunrise, and he's broke Not for long, however, or Channel 4 — "Bonanza." 9:00 Channel 4 - A special SPECIAL! "The Ziegfeld Touch," a tribute to Florenz Zigfield who presented to the American public the nation's most beautiful girls, in the most elegant surroundings. An hour-long show, narrated by Joan Crawford, or Channel 9 — "Adventures In Paradise." Late movies include "All About Eve," 1950, Bette Davis, Marilyn Monroe, Channel 4,10:15. Work in Bolivia" was the topic of Mrs. Mayme O'Connor, and "Student Centers in Argentina," Lhat of Mrs. Larry Averill. Mrs. Marion Bosworth spoke on "Pensions For Retired Deaconesses". All of the subjects are concerning some of the projects for which an offering was taken. Mrs. Fernleaf Barnett was organist. Mrs. W. 0. Courier gave a vocal solo. Comprising the welcoming committee were Mrs. Ernest Harris, Mrs. Carl Warnock and Mrs. Rowena Pinkerton. Ushers were Mrs. Noble Hopkins and Mrs. Marlin Chanay. Flowers were furnished by Mrs. Paul O'Neil and Mrs. H. E. Patton. The committee for serving coffee after the program included Mrs. Bill Warnock, Mrs. Edward Barnett and Mrs. Larry Averill. Caribou antlers from Alaska were shown to his fourth grade classmates recently by Lonnie Winkleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Winkleman. Mrs. Winkleman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stanley, Anchorage, Alaska, brought the antlers to their grandchildren last July. Their son, Clarence, had gone caribou hunting the previous fall, and the antlers were from one he had bagged. The Claron Baileys Sr., have had painting and repair work done on the exterior of their home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leib, Kirk wood, Mo., are the parents of a son born Tuesday, Oct. 24. The infant, who weighed 7 Ibs., has been named Christopher Howard. The Leib's have two daughters, Peggy Ann and Susan, and a son, Tommy. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Perry Leib, Wellsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams. Hutchinson. Great grandparents include Dr. and Mrs. Young, Hut chinson, and Mrs. Eva Fairchild, Wellsville. Mrs. Perry Leib is at her son's home. In her absence, her sister, Mrs. Irene Henderson, Parsons, is staying with Mrs. Eva Fairchild. The Minor Larricks have enclosed the garage to enlarge the living room and add a dining room at their home. A weekend guest of the Minor Larricks was her brother, Bob Andrews, Wichita. Andrews is en route to Burbank, Calif., where he will make his home with his mother, Mrs. Nola Andrews, who is ill. The Pat O'Dea family has AMBASSADOR AND ACTRESS - Gen. Lucius D. Clay, President Kennedy's special ambassador to West Berlin, chats with actress Ingrid Bergman before German premier of "My Fair Lady" in West Berlin's Theater of the West. Hallowesta 7:00 * p.m. •Saturday, Oct. 28,1961 MAIN STREET-2nd to 4th (Monday Night Same Time in the event of rain) First Time JAYCEE--JAYNE Sponsored Booths will be sponsored by the following organizations: Open Door Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church Oxford Service Forum Sunday School Class of First Methodist church Exemplar Chapter of Beta Simga Phi Omega Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Junior High School Scholar* ship Club Business and Professional Women Kiwanis Club St. Paul AME Church Lincoln School P.T.A. Boys' Club American Legion Lion's Club Rotary Club Ministerial Alliance Proinenaders Jim Trigg's Combo moved to the home of the late Mrs. May Fiehler in LeLoup. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Winkley, Coats, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Murphy, and other relatives. Attending a conference on foundation programs in school finance Wednesday at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, were the superintendent of Wellsville schools, W. E. Peterson, and the director of the board of education, Donald Averill. Sponsoring the conference were the Kansas State Teachers Association, Kansas Association of School boards, Kansas Smaller Department of Public Instructors and Kansas Association of School Administrators. Featured speaker was Dr. Walter C. Reusser, professor of educational administration at the University of Wyoming. Dr. Robert Isenberg, secretary of the department of rural service of the National Education Association, also spoke at the conference. One of the recommendations made by the Kansas educational survey was a foundation program for schol finance. As yet, the legislature has not acted upon this proposal. Under a foundation program, the numerous school finance laws in Kansas would be abolished and replaced with one law that would provide for a minimum program for school finance for all schools. A Halloween party Tuesday night honored past matrons and past patrons of Wellsville Chapter No. 408, Order of Eastern Star. A Halloween theme was carried out at the serving table. Used as a punch bowl for cider was a hollowed-out pumpkin. A cornucopia with fruit and Indian corn decorated the table. Refreshments of doughnuts, coffee, cider, nuts and candy were served. ARTIST WEDS - Shown leaving St. Paul's Church in Stockridge, Mass., are Norman Rockwell, noted artist, and his bride, former Mary E. Pundcrson, Stockbridge. They were married at quiet ceremony attended only by immediate families and close friends. Returning late Tuesday night from a 5-day trip to the Ozarks were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Farney and Kemm. The Farneys enjoyed boating on Table Rock Lake at Cassville, Mo., and visited Mark Twain National Park. Other highlights included seeing the Roaring River at its source, the Missouri State Fish Hatchery and the Bluebird Trail, sponsored by the Cassville Garden Club. They went sightseeing at Eureka Springs, Ark., on Sunday. A total of 111 women registered for the Miami Association W.M.S. fall rally Wednesday at Wellsville Baptist Church. This was a leadership training conference. Coffee and sweet breads were served during registration. An organ prelude by Mrs. J. C. Jones Jr., preceded the worship service at 10 a.m. Devotions were given by Mrs. Walter Nickelson, Olathe. Ruhamah W.M.S. gave a skit, "What Should You Don't Do". Special music was given by a vocal quartet, Mrs. Norman Shannon, Mrs. Keith Chanay, Mrs. Eldon Whiteaker and Mrs. Wiley Broers, with organ accompaniment by Mrs. J. C. Jones Jr. Conducting the business session was Mrs. Caroline Busboom, Lebo, association president. Mrs. Jame Poland, of Spring Hill W.M.S., presented a monologue, "There Are Workbooks And There Are Workbooks". The Rev. Walter Nickelson showed slides and gave a lecture on his tour of the Holy Land. Mrs. Allen Troutman, Ottawa, gave the dedication of the state project, a Baptist Center at Kansas State University, Manhattan. A special offering was taken. Following a covered dish luncheon, the afternoon session began with a song service. Divisional workshops were held. Each group gave a report. Rev. Homer Ganong pronounced the benediction. Around 15 children were present. In the morning Mrs. Jo- Anne Baldwin and Mrs. La Dema Higbie had charge of the nursery. In the afternoon, Mrs. Norman Shannon and Mrs. Glen Layton Jr., were in charge. Millard Smith, Oceanside, Calif., arrived Sunday night to visit his mother, Mrs. C. A. Smith, and his uncle, Walter Collins. Smith, who is manager of Hughes Airplane Co. at Oceanside, was guest speaker at Kiwanis Tuesday evening. He spoke on the new electrical devices and electronics equipment Hughes is making. He left Wellsville Wednesday afternoon to go to Washington, D. C. Stale Highway Patrolmen Bennett and Smith gave a lecture and showed safety films to the junior and senior high schools Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Coughenour, Alachua, Fla., formerly of Wellsville, arrived last Friday for a visit.with friends and relatives. They have been staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Coughenour. The visitors left Thursday to return home. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Claron Bailey Sr., included Cedric Louk, Garnett, and Mrs. Bailey's sister, Mrs. Leonard Gifford, Moran. A nice improvement downtown is the coat of white paint that OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, October 28, 1961 Focus On Health has been given the front oi Swartz Mercantile. Attending a meeting on federa school aid under public law 87' at Olathe Monday morning was Supt. W. E. Peterson. Provision of federal money to schools with children enrolled whose parents either live or are employed on federal property has been made under this law. The law expired on June 30, 1961, but was extended by Congress for two more years. The bill was signed by President Kennedy on Oct. 3. Parents will receive a survey sheet this week, used to determine whether children are eligible under P.L. 874. Deeds Robert A. Wilson to Kurt Welgand, SVi SW!'« Sec. 32 17-19; Edna R. Llstnr to Albert Carpenter, NE'/ 4 Sec. 23 16-20; R. L. Kirkpatrlck to W. A. Gibson, 3 acres SE'» Sec. 36 16-19: Rose E. Goertz to Edna R. Lister, SW'/i Sec. 24 16-20 It S'.i NW/4 Sec. 24 16-20; Lola C. Baxter to Edna R. Lister, SW"« Sec. 24 16-20 & S!!i NW'A Sec. 24 16-2'J; Edna R. Lister to Robert Lister Jr., SW'/4 Sec. 24 16-10 & S'A NW'/i 24 16-20; Robert Klllough to John Netherland, lot 35 Orchard Heights; Nellie Howell to D. A. Yockey, Int. SWA Sec. 2 WW SE'/ 4 Sec. 2 16-19; Margaret Curry to D. A. Yockey, Int. SWVi Sec. 2 & WV4 SEV« Sec. 2 18-19; Jay Ct. Crawford to D. A. Yockey. Int. SW/4 Sec. 2 W'/i SEy 4 Sec. 2 16-19; Woodrow Crawford to D. A. Yockey, Int. SW Sec. 2 WV4 SE'/i Sec. 2 16-19; Cleda Hayden to D. A. Yockey. Int. SWVi Sec. 2 W'£ SE'/4 Sec. 2 16-19; Bonnie W. Crawford to D. A. Yockey, Int. SWV« Sec. 2 WH 8EV4 Sec. 2 16-19; Edward J. Crawford to D. A. Yockey, Int. SWV 4 Sec. 2 W'/i SEV 4 Sec. 2 16-19; Perry Wheeler to D. A. Yockey, Int. SW'A Sec. 2 W'/j SE'/ 4 Sec. 2 16-19; Robert E. Crawford to D. A. Yockey, Int. SW'A Sec. 2 W!i SE'/ 4 Sec. 2 all 16-19; Harry Truman MHton adrm. estate John A. Milton to Floyd H. Milton, Lots 22-24 Blk 74 (Admr. Deed); John M. Collins to Lloyd Hunsaker, Lot 8 Blk 4 Steens Add. Wellsville; Teresa E. Bogle to Berle Herren, out lots 5-7-West C St. Pomona; Bcrle Herren to Teresa E. Bogle, Lots 24-26-Blk 61; A. L. Tevls to Rex Browning, 2 acres SEVi Sec. 2 16-19; Guy Platt to Claude E. Guy, Lots 12-12-all Blk 3 Shaw Si Lunddlng- tons Add.; W. J. Rosenbaum to Ce- clle R. Frleden, 122 acres SW'A Sec. 24 SE Sec. 23 17-17. Science Studying Starfish By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Clams on the whole shell, new power plants for submarines and monkey ovaries that broadcast their secrets are subjects for science at work: Dinnerware for Starfish For the starfish, the fact that the clam is in a vacuum-sealed shell poses no problems. Scientists now have discovered exactly how the starfish gets inside the clam shell and devours the clam alive in its own dinnerware. The starfish, huddling over the clam, actually forces the clam shell to open just a tiny crack. Then the starfish emits its stomach from out of its mouth—and the stomach slips into the crack and digests the clam. The starfish stomach has such powerful digestive chemicals that it can digest the clam even although greatly diluted by sea water, writes Dr. Allison L Burnett of Western Reserve University in the magazine, Natural History. New Pep for Subs The U.S. Navy expects to begin converting its diesel-powered submarines to a new super-quiet power plant in two years. The new power plant will use fuel cells those remarkable devices which borrow electricity directly from chemical reactions. Fuel cells are up to 80 per cent efficient, twice as efficient as current engines. Later the Navy hopes to power small attack submarines with fuel cells. Like nuclear power plants, the fuel cell power plants don't need air and will enable submarines to remain submerged for longer periods. Station 0-V-A-R-Y Scientists have opened three new broadcasting stations — each in the ovaries of young rhesus monkeys. Sooner or later there will be 75 monkeys so equipped. University of Pennsylvania scientists will use the signals to find out exactly the moment when ovulation occurs, when the egg is released from the ovary. By studying the state of the body at that moment, scientists may be able to learn more about how ovulation and fertilization occur, and may even find a test to determine reliably when ovulation occurs in the human. KEEN TV SERVICE 114 S. Main CH 2-3490 Curved AUTO Glass Popular Makes In Stock SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Phone CH 2-2515 ••i^BHWMi^BHMB "Quality Hearing Aids" CONVENTIONAL MODELS EYEGLASS MODELS • Courier 115 "Crusader 90" 175 Powerful Regent 195 Tiny Envoy 225 "Hi-Fi" Extended Range 225 "Super R" 250 Citation 210 Thin Medallion 275 AT-THE-EAR MODELS "No-Button" Ambass. .145 V 2 -oz. Diplomat 175 Signet 275 * You purchase lenses and frames of your choice from your own Eyeglass Specialist. Coming: 1st Wednesday of each month Personalized Service for You! 1. Your hearing evaluated by a trained analyst to determine if an instrument is indicated and if so, what its performance characteristics should be. 2. Batteries, Cords, Molds and Supplies for all Makes. 3. Guaranteed Service in our own electronics laboratory for most makes of instruments. We furnish loaners and estimates without charge. 4. Consultation and advisory service provided without charge to anyone with any make of instrument who is having difficulty in the successful adjustment to its use. He will be in our Home from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. Nov. 1st. If you prefer, he will gladly come to your home WHEREVER you live. Just drop us a note or phone us. The O. R NORMANS 947 So. Main Phone CH 2-3597 Ottawa, Kas. Slept Late? Don't Worry... Classified DEADLINE A i i Same . M. Day 10 A. M. SATURDAY WILL BUY WILL HIRE WILL SELL WHAT YOU DESIRE Phone CH 2-4700-Herald Want Ad I

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