The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 15, 1961 · Page 9
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 9

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 15, 1961
Page 9
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BUSY ENGINES — Two of Air Force's most used engines, J47 turbo-jet and reciprocating R-3350, will be displayed during program at Ottawa High. R-3350 powers B-29 Superfortress. J-47 powers F-86 Sabrejet and B-47 bomber. Full scale model of Skybolt missile also will be displayed. 'Aerospace Age' Education Program At OHS Friday Wellsville New* PTA Plans Carnival And Dance By BERNICE HOLDEN The Wellsville Parent-Teacher Association has as its fund-raising project a carnival and square dance, to be at the schoolhouse in the multi-purpose room and gymnasium on Friday, Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. There will be no admission charge to the carnival. On the carnival committee are Mrs. Bill Shields, Mrs. James Coughenour, Mrs. Dave Moore and Mrs. Edwin Higbie. Mrs. Elmer McConnell, head room mother, is in charge of publicity. Each booth committee is responsible for one poster on its booth. The grade school room mothers are committee chairmen for their respective grades. Chairmen for each grade and the booths they will be in charge of are: Kindergarten — Mrs. Marion McConnell, Mrs. Marvin Clayton, Mrs. Harvey House and Mrs. Delbert Strong, fish pond. First grade — Mrs. George Rebman, Mrs. Donald Sloan, Mrs. Eighth grade — Mrs. Forrest O'Neil, cake walk. Ninth grade — Mrs. Royce Myers, make-up booth. Tenth grade — Mrs. Herb Downey, basketball throw. Eleventh grade — Wendell Hicks and junior class, Bazaar. (All bazaar items should be turned in by Friday afternoon, Nov. 17. There will be boxes to contain the items available in each grade room and in the high school music room during this week.) Twelfth grade — Mrs. Hirschl Murphy, turkey chance. (You may contact any member of the senior class for a chance on a turkey and do not have to be present at the carnival to win.) Mrs. Charles Thorn has charge of the square dance and has arranged for musicians and callers to be on hand. The square dance will be carried out just as were the Centennial street dances this summer. Grade school will be admitted free. There will be admission charge of 25 cents for the high school students and 50 cents for adults. Kayette Board members met Tuesday night. It was decided to have two board meetings a month hereafter. They will be on the same date as the regular meetings, which are the first and third Tuesdays. Thursday afternoon callers of the Frank Bacons were former Head, Osawatomie; Miss Bertha McGhee, Seward, Alaska; Mr. and Mrs. Chleo Davidson, Mrs. Viola McGhee and Mrs. Dee-Wayne Paugh and children, all of Ferrelview, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Davidson, Miss Bertha McGhee, Mrs. Viola McGhee, Gina and Jeff Courier went to Kingman Friday for a visit with Mrs. Roy McGhee. Donna Coughlin, who is attending Emporia State Teachers College, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Coughlin. Her roommates, Sue Carlat, Dover, and Marjorie Gardner, Louisburg, were her guests. THE OTTAWA HERALD f Wednesday, Nov. 15, 961 Shirley Broers, Moyer and cartoons. Mrs. Loren Cliff Titus, supervisor of man-| agcment development and community relations for the Beech Aircraft Corporation, Wichita, will address Ottawa High School students Friday, Nov. 17 as principal speaker on the Aerospace Age Education Tour which will visit 15 Kansas cities. High school students will hear Titus at a 10 a.m. assembly. Conducted jointly by Kiwanis International, industry representatives and the United States Air Force, this will be the eighth in a series of tours which began in 1957. Visiting a different segment of the country each time, these programs have been presented to 305,000 students at 466 schools in 101 cities. Titus, while a resident of Joplin, Mo., served as president of the Chamber of Commerce, state senator, commander of the American Legion and In numerous other civic positions. During World Ward n he rose to the rank of colonel as a public relations officer. As a Kansan, Titus has been president and member of the board of directors, Kansas Chamber of Commerce; member of the |Relations, and member of the executive committee of the Kansas Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report. He also is a past-president of the Ambassadors' Club, director of the Wichiti. Chamber of Commerce, former member of the Wichita United Fund Speakers' Bureau and member of the Wichita Rotary Club. Titus has wide experience throughout the nation as convention speaker for trade, business, professional, educational and farm groups. In conjunction with the tour, the Air Force orientation group will display a Skybolt missile and Second grade — Mrs. Maurice Warren, Mrs. Morris Brown, Mrs. Joanne Baldwin and Mrs. Louis Brecheisen, pencil toss. Third grade — Mrs. Bob Groshong, Mrs. Clifford Good, Mrs. Eldon Finch and Mrs. Damon Higbie Jr., dart throw. Fourth grade — Mrs. William McLaughlin and Mrs. Bill Roberts, guessing booth. Fifth grade — Mrs. Joe O'Connor and Mrs. Lewis Cole, popular girl and boy (the boy and girl receiving the most votes will be the king and queen of the carni- Wake up rariritogo State Commission of Federal-State an engine van to the students. neighbors, Mrs. Nell Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bailey, all of Kansas City, Kas., and the Bailey's son, Airman William R. Bailey, who is concluding his 30-day leave prior to leaving Nov. 15 for three years in the security service at Frankfurt, Germany. Bailey was graduated from technical school at Amarillo, Tex., Oct. 10 as administrative specialist. He left Sunday to go to McGuire Air Froce Base in New Jersey. Guests of the Robert Couriers for dinner Friday were Glen grade — Mrs. Gerald val.) Sixth Breithaupt and Mrs. J. Linn Holtwick, penny toss. Seventh grade — Mrs. Harold Haney, wheel spin. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 without nagging backache Now! 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(AP)-The United States was urged today to inaugurate "bold, imaginative, massive and costly" programs of international education, conceived along a broad front and involving tens of thousands of persons. Five university officials said such programs on behalf of foreign students and foreign universities "will most probably bring greater results per dollar of expenditure than some of our direct aid programs." A study group headed by Dr. Harry R. Wellman, vice president of the University of California, outlined its conclusions in a report to the annual meeting of the American Association of Land Grant Colleges and State Universities. "The need is urgent," the report said, "to understand more about the emerging nations, not as potential allies or enemies in some war that should not happen, but as potential markets, as sources of raw materials and, above all, as groups of human individuals who have interest and challenge in their own right." The report noted that "the leaders of the smaller and poorer emerging nations will for some time be educated abroad. It is important that as many as pos- siblt be educated in the United States." The group also warned: "We will err grievously if we conceived of our foreign educational activity in terms of transplanting American political ideology." . Pittsburg Gets Sewer Loan WASHINGTON (AP)-The Community Facilities Administration announced it will lend $12,950, interest free, to Pittsburg, Kan., to help it plan new storm sewers and repair storm drains and inlets. Pittsburg hopes to start construction on the $2,812,950 project in April of 1963. It must repay the planning loan when construction starts. Series M80 Tandem with 10-yard dump body NEW HighTorque POWER JUST RIGHT FOR YOUR JOB '62 CHEVY JOBMASTER TRUCKS Chevy offers sure-saving power for every truck Job with • total of 10 High Torque, tight-fisted englnet for '62. 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