Ed Wiltse, Paola postmaster whose earlier speeches in Ottawa set off a round of arguments in The Herald's "From Our Readers" department, will return Nov. 20 for another talk. Wiltse, who has been credited by some with conducting his own private battle against communism, will speak at an Elks-sponsored public meeting at 8 p.m. in Ottawa's Memorial Auditorium. The film, "Communist Encirclement," also will be shown. Wiltse spoke in Ottawa at Elks Women meetings. The Herald's report on his talk brought several letters from readers, some approving of Wiltse's stand, others condemning it. The Elk's Americanism Corn- Alien Shields. Mrs. Velma O'Connor and Mrs. Gladys Haney were recent callers. The Men's Fellowship of Wellsville Methodist Church held a; worknight Thursday to paint the! Wellsvllle Newt Small Tree Produces Big Lemon By BERNICE HOLDEN A dwarf lemon tree that stands about two feet tall has produced a lemon 1314 inches in circumference and 5% inches high. The tree is one which the Bill Kyles bought especially so their children, Billy, 6, and Konnie, 4, could watch it grow. The tree was purchased about a year ago, and has been kept in the house. There were around 20 blossoms on it last January, but all but one dropped off. The tree bore blossoms once again in the sgring while the one lemon was growing. ! The Kyles have sampled a lemon pie made from a portion of the juice. The lemon produced % cup of strained juice. The fam ily found it tasted just the same as the lemons you purchase at a store. Lois Schcndel attended a state winner 4-H recognition program at Wichita on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 3 and 4. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Schendel, took her to Wichita where all remained overnight at the Lassen Hotel They were accompanied by Linda Wulfkuhle, Lawrence, a winner in the recreation program. Friday afternoon the winners toured a bottling company plant, each receiving a bank. They then visited the Beech Aircraft Corporation and were given an airplane ride over Wichita in a Queen I and Business and Professional Ann aircraft. Leather achievement books and pencils were given as favors at the banquet table that evening. Lois received a certificate stating that she was a Kansas State 4-H Development award winner and a gold state award pin for this development. Her award was for personal devleopment. The awards were given by .1. Harold Johnson, representing the Kansas 4-H Foundation; Roger Regnier, who is with the Kansas Extension Service, and Ben Givens, representing the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., donors of the 4-H Personal Development Project. On Saturday Lois went on the tour of the Bell Telephone Co., where each were given a gift of a telephone key chain and miniature telephones. Luncheon followed in the Colonial Room at Innes. The RetiH Shays, Edgerton, are having papering and painting done to the interior of their rental home on Elm Street in Wellsville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips entertained at a reindeer steak dinner Tuesday noon for Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schendel and Mrs. Anna Neis. Denzil O'Connor, Fort Luplon, Colo., who has been here four weeks to help with combining, returned to his home because of the rainy weather. He expects to return to complete it when the weather permits. He is the son of Mr« Velma O'Connor. Lois Schendel entertained recently at a slumber party for eight of her friends following the last game of the football season. The party was in celebration of her 16th birthday. Present were: Nancy Harris, Emma Jane Hays, Janet Reeves, Charlotte Rogers, Carol Lawrenz, Bonnie Bivins, Nancy Shannon and Omera Knoop. A pink color scheme was carried out at the birthday table, with four tall tapers blanking the angel food cake and pink roses given to her by Mrs. Harold Phillips used for decoration. In the center of the cake was a corsage fashioned of pink ribbon and 16 cubes of sugar to represent her being 'sweet sixteen.' Sandwiches, potato chips and dip, pop, ice cream, cake, candy bars, gum, cookies and apples were served. Mrs. Robert O'Connor, east of Wellsville, underwent major surgery Thursday at Ransom Memorial Hospital and is reported in satisfactory condition. Darrell Childs and F. M. Hammon are employed at Mid-Continent Grain Company. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wingert were in Paola Thursday evening to attend a dinner given by the Miami County Farm Bureau for the new Board members and the members whose terms had ex pired at this time. Other special guests of the board were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boyd Jr., Moran, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Perkins, Rich mond. In * celebration of Mrs. Ralph Chalender's birthday, guests for dinner at noon on Friday, Nov. 3, at the Chalender home were Dr. and Mrs. Jack Chalender and Betsy, and Durinda Brown, all of Overland Park, and Mrs. Walter PLAN ANTF-COMMUNIST MEETING — Mjmbers of Ottawa Elks make plans for Nov. 20 public meeting at Memorial Hall at which Ed Wiltse, second from left, Paola postmaster, will speak on communism. From left are Dr. J. N. Speer, Wiltse, Jack Killie and Ed Gardner. Public Gets Opportunity To Hear Paola Postmaster Pomona News Nebraskans Are Visitors mittee chairman, Joseph B. Mic-, key said; "We are proud to present Ed Wiltse and the showing of the film 'Communist Encirclement' to the people of Franklin County. "This free attraction," said Mickey, "is a hard look at com munism here in America. Wheth er we like it or not, it is in the Midwest and it is in Ottawa. "People who think the Communist party is a political party, should take a new look at thi.s satanic religion that is out to enslave the world. More than one million Elks have begun an active war on Communism. The Ottawa Elks are trying to alert Franklin Countains that they know their enemey before they lose their freedom." According to Mickey invitations to all organizations, high school and college students and Americans everywhere is extended by the Ottawa Elks. By MARY HUDELSON Vcrnon Hill and son, Charles, Barnston, Neb., were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill. Mrs. Ella Lincoln is enjoying a visit from her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Farrow, Manitou Springs, Colo. She expects to spend a month with her mother and other relatives. Gerald (Jerry) Bolton spent the day Monday at the high school visiting with friends. Jerry gradu ated with the class of 1961 and joined the Navy. He has finish' ed his basic training at San Diego. When he reports back, he will enter a 16-week training pe riod in the medical school. Jerry looks fine and says the Navy ha put 25 pounds on him. He plans to get as much schooling as possible. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Loper en tertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter's birth day. Present were Mrs. Bettv Smith and family, Ottawa; Rich ard Loper, Emporia, and Mr. am Mrs. Glen Jones and children, Ot- itawa. Walter Smith, Don Swal- ow and Diane Dennis called to ee Richard who used to go to chool here. Mr. and Mrs. James Lindsey and daughters, Janet and Barbara to, made a circle tour in Western Cansas and Nebraska over the ong weekend, taking advantage of the teachers meeting holiday. On Friday they went to Hill City o visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph (Buck) Bethell and Mr. A. J. Bethell. Saturday found them at Benkelman, Neb., to see Mrs. !hloe Fanning, an aunt, and on to McCook to call on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph LaShell. They returned to Hill City Saturday evening, coming home on Sunday. M-. and Mrs. J. C. Brilp- ^ as Sunday dinner guests their daughters, Beverly and Bct.i, and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swenson and children came from Atchison, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gentry and family, from Ottawa. It will all be in the cards when you have your fortune told by Madame LaZonga at the freshman carnival, Saturday, Nov. 11, at the high school gym. If you guess correctly when the hen will lay an egg, you might win a flash camera. An evening of fun is being planned for all ages. The Pomona Chapter No. 305 O.E.S. met in regular session on Monday with Veva Vincent, worthy matron presiding. Regular business was transacted. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Nov. 9, 1961 Alan Lad (I Loses Suit LOS ANGELES (AP) - Actor Alan Ladd has lost his suit against the government for a re fund of $65,578 on his 1954 federal income tax. • Ladd claimed that his income from a 1954 British movie was not taxable and that the government should refund the money Tuesday Federal Judge Harry C. Westover upheld the government's contention that foreign income is limited by the tax laws to an exemption of $3,178, which Ladd already had received. Queen Will Visit Ghana LONDON (AP)—Prime Minister Macmillan announced today that Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip will go to Ghana on their state visit as planned. The Prime Minister told the House of Commons the government "reached the conclusion that the degree of risk attaching to this tour is no greater than that which has been present in many of her (the queen's) previous journeys." The queen and Philip will leave London Thursday on a nonstop 3,600-mile flight' to Accra. The visit is for 12 days. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 ==. use the WANT ADS Call CH 2-4700 r Revey. Her callers Friday were i church basement. One coat of Mrs. Harry Shields and grandson, j paint was applied. The side walls received another coat Friday night. The walls are being paint ed light blue and the ceiling white. Later on, after the supper and Bazaar, the kitchen cabinets will be painted with white enamel and the floor will be painted gray Attention Hunters SHOTGUN SHELLS All Sizes and Gauges af DISCOUNT PRICES See Us for the Lowest Price in Ottawa The Friendly Store LITWIN'S PAY CASH LESS CASH SAVINGS IF YOU CHARGED, YOU PAID TOO MUCH! MISSES' LADIES' Wool Long COATS IMPERIAL OF 1962 I IMPERIAL LC 1ARON FOUR-DOOR • OUTMAMPTON A forthright challenge to everyone who plans to buy a luxury car this year In a few days, you will receive a personal invitation to drive a 1962 Imperial. Not the usual vague "see your dealer" ... but a specific challenge to compare your own car with the best Imperial we've ever built. At your convenience, a dealer in your area will deliver a 1962 Imperial to you ... for a thorough comparison-tour that you conduct by yourself. We believe anyone planning to invest from five to seven thousand dollars in an automobile is entitled to the unembroidered facts right from the car itself. Naturally, our dealers explain the advantages of torsion-bar suspension . . . tell you how the alternator supplies current even while the engine idles . . . quote engineering data on the superior performance of our new transmission . . . and answer any other question you ask about Imperial. But you can find out only so much about Imperial by mere listening. To give the facts substance and meaning you must drive and compare. So, when our invitation arrives, take us up on it. It obligates you not at all. And whether you eventually buy an Imperial or not, you'll never forget that once you drove a car which handled and accelerated and thrilled as a great car is supposed to. . Even though our invitation may somehow miss you, an Imperial comparison-tour may easily be arranged by writing on your letterhead to: General Manager, Imperial Division, 12200 East Jefferson, Detroit, Michigan. IMPERIAL —A PRODUCT OF CHRYSLER CORPORATION AMERICA'S MOST CAREFULLY BUILT CAR MINNICK MOTOR CO., 201-13 S. Hickory St. Milium Lined! Sizes 8 to 20! 14 '/•, to 48! COMPARE! MEN'S QUALITY Hundreds of MISSES' LADIES' Or/on Sweaters 29.75 Sizes 34 to 50! COMPARE! Sizes 32 to 46 BULKY SWEATERS 3.98 — 6.98 SLIPONS CARDIGANS MEN'S REG. 2.98 FLANNEL SHIRTS 2f«*5 Sanforized cotton in patterns, col- !- or3. Long tails stay tucked in. Stay-neat collar. S-M-L-XL. Litwin's OPEN SATURDAY Til 7 p.m. MEN'S SUBURBAN COATS REG. $19.95 CREDIT VALUE 100 % Wool, Quilt-Lined, Wind and Moisture Resistant. LIGHT TONES DARK TONES Suede Jackets Reg. 15.95 Dry, Cleanable, Soft Saddle Leather, several colors, knit cuffs and collars. NEW SHIPMENT Men's All Wool SPORT COATS Men's Dress SLACKS The Champion of Stay Fresh Fabrics Reg. and Longs! Sizes 34 to 46 19 75 Wash 'N Wears, Wools and Wool Blends. Slacks with an expensive look and moderate price. Sizes 29 to 50 4 98 to Ivy League $1.98 CREDIT VALUE PRE-CUFFED READY TO WEAR $ 3.98 HEAR ED WILTSE ON COMMUNISM ENCUt- CLEMENT. MONDAY, NOV. 20. MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM.
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