The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 18, 1963 · Page 3
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"Shaggy" Can Really Shag By HAROLD 0. TAYLOR Pittoburg Headlight and Sun Written for The Associated Press PnTSBURG (AP)-Remember the story about the ugly Duckling? Well, it has happened in the equine world. Ray Rodebaugh, a Pittsburg grocer, raises and shows ponies as a hobby. A little over three years ago he was in Missouri and saw a yearling stallion pony. With the long winter hair of a weaning colt, the mineature horse looked more like an old English sheep dog than a pony. But Rodebaugh knows his pennies as well as he knows his groceries. He bought the little animal and named it appropriately enough, "Shaggy." As a yearling, it won a blue ribbon in a model class, standing stretched out, ears up alert and as motionless as the Mona Lisa. Encouraged by this, Rodebaugh began schooling the animal to a cart. Old 1962 was such a good year for Rodebaugh and the pony he hated to see it end. The colt has annexed three grand championships, three model championships and 21 first place ribbons in roadster classes at pony shows in Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas. With the colt hair gone and the conformation of a three-year-old showing up, the dapple sorrel is as pretty as he is snappy in turning it on in roadster classes. Obviously, a prize winning animal couldn't go on through life known as "Shaggy" so today he is identified as "Prince Shaggy." While her husband is taking the lion's share of blue ribbons at pony shows, Mrs. Rodebaugh shows a pony, too. Ironically, as regularly as "Prince Shaggy" takes first plaqe, Mrs. Rodebaugh's pony gathers third place ribbons. Grambling Still First By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Grambling, La., College maintained its position as the nation's top-ranked small college basketball team in the weekly Associated Press poll Thursday after posting a pair of victories last week. Averaging close to 100 points per game, the Tigers boosted their won-lost record to 14-1. The balloting of eight members of the AP's regional board of selectors is based on results of games through Saturday, Jan. 12. Grambling received two first place votes and collected 55 ; aints. Wittenberg, Ohio, was right on the heels of the leaders with 53 points and 10 victories in 11 games. The Ohioans were third • week ago. The top ten, based on 10 points for first, 9 for second, 8 for third, etc. With first place votes, and won and lost records through games of Saturday, Jan. 12: W. L. Pts. 1. Grambling (2) 14 1 55 2. Whittenberg (1) 10 1 53 3. Westminster, Pa. (1) 6 3 43 4. Southeast, Mo. (1) 11 0 42 5. Tennessee State 11 2 38 6. Evansville 12 3 32 7. Akron (1) 11 0 28 8. Prairie View ... 11 2 21 9. Orange State (1) 9 1 15 LO. Oglethorpe 10 2 14 No Matter Whether It Is Hot or Cold You need a properly functioning COOLING SYSTEM for Maximum Driving Pleasure. IT'S TIME to flush out your Radiator and Install new Thermostats and Hoses. • WARNER'S Speed flush • RUST MASTER • DAYTON Radiator Hose • DOLE Thermostats Get them AT HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S, Main CH 2-1522 >r-^^,:^s^^ r ^ ! >^;\^ ^^|t>^r^P'| v^ ^*C^^.<^.l"LrS^^.Al?^^2S«!ia«^^ NEAR-ZERO WORKOUT — Giving Prince Shaggy, prize-winning show pony, a workout in near-zero weather is Ray Rodebaugh, Pittsburg. In two years of show ring appearances, Shaggy has won a number of ribbons and trophies in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Shouldn't Show Ill-Shaped Legs On The Golf Course By WILL GRIMSLEY Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Say, men, do you have knobby knees? Are you bow-legged? Do your underpinnings look like pipe stems? If so, stick to slacks. Don't wear Bermuda shorts on the golf course. This is the admonition of Oleg Cassini, the well-known New York designer. Cassini, suave, Parisian-born clothes authority who used to drape cinema lovelies in Hollywood, was asked by Golf Digest Magazine to look into the wild attire worn on the nation's golf courses. He did—and was aghast. Of the men, Cassini said: "I do believe that men who are conservative in their business and home environments are often riotiously abloom in their sports clothes. They will mix incredible colors and patterns and never know what eyesores they present." Of the gals, he said: "Women, too, will uncanningly combine stripes and plaids, polka dots and prints on the golf course." The designer said his key to good dress on the golf course is "functional." "You must be able to feel comfortable, look neatly groomed and still have the freedom of movement without restriction so essential in this sport." Speaking of Bermuda shorts for men, Cassini said: "My feeling is that if they have well-shaped legs and if they wear the entire ensemble they can make a fine appearance. But if, horror of horrors, they affect Bermuda shorts with ill-shaped underpinnings and with those short ankle socks, they invariably give the appearance of having just left the planet Mars." "Call From Lord" Brings Flock Of People To lola IOLA, Kan., (AP) - A quiet invasion of this town of 7,300 in Southeast Kansas has been started by members of a religious sect who say it's "The will of the Lord." Asked why they were giving up jobs and homes elsewhere, their replies are vague. "The Lord has spoken," said Jim Hoss, father of four, who is quitting a draftsman's job in Hutchinson, Kan., "that's where the Lord wants me, to train me for what he wants me to do. I'm not particularly interested in a job." About 30 members of the Bethel Baptist Church in Hutchinson are moving to lola. A truck backed up to the Madison Avenue Church in lola Thursday night and household goods of Holdup Man Is Way Out HUTCHINSON, Kan. stickup man with a heavy stubble of beard and a bright orange cap got $690 at a Hutchinson supermarket late Wednesday. Wilbour Enoch, operator of the market, estimated the loss. Hutchinson families were unloaded. Other families from Oklahoma, Missouri and Illinois are expected. About 75 persons, mostly children from babes-in-arm to high school age, gathered in the church. After the meeting, newsmen questioned members of the group on the reason for the migration. "We don't want publicity," one man said. Others said, "I'm not qualified to answer." "We are committed to the Lord." "The Lord wants it to be known he'll direct us." The church pastor, known as Brother Don Kindhart disappeared through a rear door when the reporters entered. Then the families dispersed, with the newcomers going home with members of the local congregation. Among the visitors' cars was one from Missouri bearing a large sign with these messages: "He paid your debt. Only believe," and "Eternity is hell for unbelievers." Hie Madison Avenue Church congregation split away from the First Baptist Church of lola some time ago and took over a building FRANKLIN COUNTY SALE CO., INC. 1 Mile North on Highway 59 Miscellaneous Sale Starts 10:00 a.m. Hogs Start Selling Promptly 12:00 Noon We will sell a complete Holstein daily herd for Donald Godfrey of Richmond, starting at 2 p.m. Special Stoeker -- Feeder and Calf Salt Starting at 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21 CALL US ABOUT YOUR CONSIGNMENTS, OR BRING THEM IN JOHN OGLE, OVERBROOK — MO 5-2225 ELVIN DILLON, BALDWIN — 504-3223 FRED COON, PAOLA — AX 4-3547 brmerly used by the Salvation Army. Meetings at the new church have sometimes lasted until midnight and 1 a.m. Leaders of the sect in lola have >egun growing beards. Reaction among other lola citi zens is that of surprise. Mayor D. A. McDonald Jr. said, "I hope they can find work. Allen County has one of the heaviest relief rolls in the state." The Herald pays $5 every week For the best news tip turned in by a reader. Pomona News WMS Makes 'Blue Jean' Quilts For The Indians By MARY HUDELSON The WMC of the Assembly of God Church met all day Tuesday at the home of Mrs. George Bell. The work session in the morning included rolling bandages and quilting. The finished products are used in missionary work. Of interest were the quilts made from blue jeans for the American Indians. The baby quilt is put together with various bright colors of bias tape. Missionaries have reported that these quilts are very much desired by the Indians. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon to the seven present. At 1:45 p.m. the devotional meeting began. The newly-elected officers began their duties with this meeting. Mrs. John Scott, president, presided. Mrs. Betty Hollon, vice president, read verses 6-10 from the sixth chapter of Galatians for the devotions. Those present answered roll call with a Scripture on love. Plans were made for National WMC Day, Feb. 24. The women will have charge of the services at the morning worship hour on that Sunday. Mrs. Betty Hollon was chosen as membership chairman, and Mrs. Grace Stone, hospitality chairman. The minutes were kept by Mrs. Jack Langley, secretary - treasurer. Mrs. Roy Pick, wife of the pastor, is advisor for the group and was present. The cold weather did not prevent 17 Lions from attending their regular meeting Monday. Various matters of business were taken up. It was decided to underwrite the expenses for candidates to Boys State again this year. Mrs. Harve Criqui, who is in charge of the special study group of the Methodist WSCS, reported 7 present for the second meeting on Tuesday. Mrs. A. N. Shibe was the leader. The topics considered were "The Narrow World Of The Family" and "The Faith That Motivates Us." The next meeting will be at 1:30 on Tuesday, Jan. 22. Mrs. Warren Sellens and Mrs. Harve Criqui will conduct the lesson on "The World as a Family of God" and "The Christian Family at Home." The folk songs given by John Jones of the Ottawa High School music department were the highlight of the PTA meeting at the grade school Monday. Mrs. Lois Stoneking; president, presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Neal Baxter played the "Star-Spangled Banner." This was followed by a group flag salute. The devotions were given by Mrs. Raymond McCravey. The traveling trophy, given for parent attendance, has been in the hands of the fourth grade all year. This was snatched away by the second grade, taught by tlrs. Vada Niehaus, at this meet- g- Mrs. James Parks gave a eport on the projects selected >y each grade for which the TA was to pay from the money made on the penny supper, ames and busy workcards go o the first; supplementary readers for the, second; bases for ;ames for the third, a U.S. map, he fourth; a globe for the fifth and sixth grade room, and two new dictionaries were chosen by he seventh and eighth grade oom. It was decided to send $5 to he student teachers scholarship und. Refreshments were served >y the fourth grade, with Mrs. fames Parks, room mother, in iharge. Several mothers assisted her. Linda Burd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burd, Osage City, was a guest of Marsha Baxter Puesday evening. Ruth Kaub, high school freshman who underwent an appendectomy Friday, Jan. 11, came lome on Monday. The highlight of the band party at the grade school Tuesday was he announcement by the execu- ive council of the formation of Practice Club. A student must >ractice a required number of lours to become a member. The :lub will sponsor a special event ;ach six weeks. Special recogni- ion will be given to members who remain in the club until the end of the year. The executive council, composed of Ron Pick, Rex Montague, Ron Willford, Judy Hamil- on, Rick Baxter, Elaine Swallow and Mike Warhurst, planned the games and furnished the refreshments for the 40 band members who came to the party. Mrs uis Welborn, music director, was chaperone. SAVE IN OUR SELF SERVICE DEPT. Children's SHOES... F-4 99 FLATS .2" 3" 4 HEELS... 2" 3" 4 99 99 Men's SHOES 300 400 5 00 Beys' SHOES 3 00 Boys' ENGINEER BOOTS 3 to 5 5 99 Insulated RUBBER BOOTS 7 to 12 5 99 Men's 4 Buckle OVERSHOES 4 99 Jouncing Ride BURBANK, Calif. (AP) - A woman motorist drove half a mile on a railroad track, then got stuck in a switch and delayed a 100-car freight train. Mazie Wells of Burbank said she got on the tracks at a crossing Wednesday. A track supervisor saw her car jounce by at 25 miles an hour, followed by a freight train going in the same direction. He threw a switch that flagged down the train. Police said the woman told them: "I thought this was a road." She was not cited. Burglars Favorite PHILADELPHIA (AP) - For the fourth time in as many months burglars have robbed the same building. This time they ook $450 from a safe. The building is the headquarters of the Fraternal Order of Police. Your old piano or musi- sal instrument is worth more on a new . .. WURLITZER At... BUTLER'S THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, January 18, 1963 Man Killed In Jet Intake FARGO, N.P. (AP) - An Air National Guardsman was killed Thursday when he was sucked into the air intake of a jet fighter plane. M. Sgt. Gordon Wilde, 43, Fargo, apparently got too close to one of the air intakes, oval shaped and about two feet high, while checking the engine of the F89. MEN'S SHOE SALE All Men's SHOES 20% OFF Sale Ends Jan. 25 O'Connor's Shoes . . . ADD ONE SCREAM Canyon imagine pouring turpentine on an open cot? This was the favorite way to prevent lockjaw some years ago. Naturally, we wouldn't think of doing this now. But then, we're lucky. We have tetanus toxoids and antitoxins. Thanks to medical science, lockjaw need no longer be a killer . . . previously, death occurred in 90% of the cases. Children, because of their affinity for cuts, sometimes pick up the tetanus germ. So, if there are young children in your family, be sure to ask your physician about preventive tetanus shots. It's always wise to seek your doctor's advice before using any medicines. And next tuna you have a prescription to be filled, think of us. Kramer Professional Drug Store Pharmacy 131 S. Main CH 2-2055 CH 2-3547 Professional Bg. Boys' LACE BOOTS 10V 2 to 4 99 Boys' Rugged 6 inch CREPE SOLE SHOES 5 49 LOOK FOR THE PINK TICKETS - TERRIFIC SAVINGS PAINE'S BOOTERY AL BEETS Mtrs. 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