The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 22, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 22, 1963
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WellivIIU News Senior MYF Group Sees Religious Film By BERNICE ROLDEN The senior BYF of the Wellsville Baptist Church attended the premiere showing of the gospel film, "The Tony Fontane Story," Saturday evening at Memorial Hall, Kansas City, Has. This is a Christian musical presented by the former television and recording star. Adult sponsors who drove to Kansas City are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Layton Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Whiteaker, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Chanay and Rev. and Mrs. Homer Ganong. At the annual meeting of the Wellsville Baptist Church, J. C. Jones Jr., was elected to the board of deacons to complete the unexpired term of Vinton Cramer, who had resigned. Jones will serve through 1963. Representing the Wellsville Baptist Church at the Miami Baptist Men's Fellowship meeting at the First Baptist Church, Osawatomie, were Bob Cramer, Leroy Price, Jackson Dunham, Glen Layton Jr., and Rev. Homer Ganong, pastoB. This was the annual meeting. Mrs. Elmer Sieg has returned from Logan where she had been at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walgreen, while her brother, Leonard Walgreen, underwent surgery at the Norton Sanitarium. He is improving. The meeting of the Woman's Missionary Council of the Wellsville Assembly of God Church was held for the first time Thursday, Jan. 17, in the meeting room that has been completed at the church. Seven women attended. Presiding was Mrs. Garence Rima, president. Mrs. Bruce Bosworth Drought the devotions and a study of Argentina. The women brought cotton rags which will be taken to a rug weaver at Osawatomie for weaving into rugs to give to missionaries. There was discussion of the display of the year. A project to be carried on at home between now and the next meeting will be working on quilt blocks to be used in making a quilt top. Ernest Harris, delegate from the Farm Bureau to the annual meeting of the State Board of Agriculture convention at Topeka. reported on the meeting at the Kiwanis meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sieg took Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Schendel to dinner at Ottawa Friday in honor of the Schendels* 25th wedding anniversary, which is Jan. 22. Afterward they visited Mrs. Harold Phillips at Baptist Memorial Hospital, Kansas City. v The West Windy School community meeting was held Thursday night. Hostesses, Mrs. Gale Counselman and Mrs. Melvin Folks, had invited the North Windy community to attend. There were nine tables of players for a card party. L. B. Schendel was men's high scorer, and Mrs. Andy Good, high scorer for the women. Pie and coffee were served. Among those attending the Miami County Farm Bureau open house Thursday at its new building in Paola were Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Schendel and Elmer Sieg. Schendel is a board member of the Miami County Farm Bureau. Half of Brownie Troop 316 baked Hopscotch cookies at their meeting at the Wellsville Baptist Church. The other girls, who had previously enjoyed use of the kitchen for baking cookies, played games. Brownie Troop 318 worked on Girl Scout requirements at its meeting at the Wellsville Baptist Church. See Our BARGAIN TABLE of CATS & Dogs (miscellaneous items) DIDDE Office Supply 310 S. Main CH 2-4860 Fertilizer Program At Pomona POMONA - The value of soil tests and a fertilizer program brought about 35 area farmers to an evening program at Pomona, Jan. 17, sponsored by the Gingerich Fertilizer Company, suppliers of liquid and dry fertilizer. Don Brown, county agent, talked about soil tests. Neal Baxter, of the Citizens State Bank, spoke about the value of fertilizers from the bank's point of view. A manufacturer of dry fertilizer sent a fieldman, Bob Cox, to talk on that subject. A farmer - dealer from Detroit, Kansas, Leland Longhof- fer, discussed the value of soil tests. A rundown on the composition of fertilizer and how it is made was given by G. Fultz, chemical .company representative from Omaha, Neb. Gerald Lindsey and Ralph Hamilton assisted George "Buck" Gingerich in serving doughnuts and coffee. Gets Ticket For Snow Job CHICAGO (AP) - Ernest Hendricks, 49, a South Side janitor, has been clearing snow-covered sidewalks for neighbors for several years with a plow attached to the front of a jeep. Hendricks was clearing snow Sunday for an elderly women neighbor when he was halted by policeman Joseph Petrich, who gave him a ticket for driving a motor vehicle on the sidewalk. Alderman Nicholas J. Bohling, whose walk Hendricks also had cleaned, said he would defend Hendricks in traffic court. To Buy New Church Carpet WELLSVILLE - The Board of Trustees of the Wellsville Baptist Church at its regular monthly meeting authorized the immediate purchase of new carpeting for the sanctuary. On the committee appointed to purchase the carpeting are Glen Layton Jr., Robert Groshong, Hirschl Murphy and Dennis Shields. DOLLAR DAY BARGAIN! Purchase Any LAMP in our Store At Regular Price Get the Second Lamp for... Only $ | .00 Greeley Newt Plan New Bridge On Creek By HELEN LALMAN Contracts have been let to build a bridge across Pottawatomie Creek two miles west of Greeley. The old bridge, known as the Baker bridge, was destroyed by flood waters in November, 1961. The road, beginning at West Scipio school and extending east to Highway 169 will be widened and balck-topped. Work will start as soon as weather permits. James D. Miller was in Kansas City recently for pre-induction physical exams for the army. Guy Rogers recently resigned as Anderson County clerk to become office manager for the Greeley Co-Op Association. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lanzrath have named their daughter, born Jan. 8, Karen. They have three other children, Barbara, Christy and Bobby. Mr. and Mrs. William Cunningham were called to the West Coast. Their son, William Jr., was seriously hurt in an auto accident. Young William is with the Marines. Mr. and Mrs. James Dalsing are parents of a daughter, born Jan. 16 at the Garnett hospital. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1963 They have four other girls, Diane, Kay, Cindy and Becky. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rocker and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sunderland attended the supper at the Holy Angels parish school >,in Garnett for the annual Soil Con- sevation district meeting. The Anderson County Bankers furnished the meal. Rocker is cashier of the Bank of Greeley, and Mrs. Sunderland is the teller. Phillips 66 MOTOR OIL Ladies' Flannel GOWNS $1.00 BARGAIN STORE 5 Qts. For Limit 6 Qts. I Ladies' Rayon GOWNS $1.00 3 Yds. For Reg. 39c-Values-1.39 Reg. 2.19 6 Volt "The Small Store with The Big Deal" WHITE'S Furniture & Appliance "Your Franchised G.E. Dealer" 330 S. Main CH 2-4£37 I I | We Discount The Discount Store-We Discount The Discount Store I I I • I I I I I Responsibility . . . Dependability . . . Honesty Men of greatness are men of honor. They do not take lightly their place in the world. They meet their obligations in a direct, sure, fair way. John J. Penning was this kind of man. Born the year before our Civil War began, he grew up in a country in need of men with a strength of purpose. He proved, himself well: He was a fighter. One commanding officer said of him, "Pershing is the coolest man under fire I ever saw." He was a scholar. He earned a degree in law, while teaching at the University of Nebraska. He was a leader. His work in the Philippines was so outstanding, President Theodore Roosevelt promoted him from captain to brig- adier general, past 862 senior officers. He was a man among men. As commander of American forces in World War I, he stood strong, refusing to commit our young soldiers to battle, until he felt his army was completely prepared. He was a man who never shirked responsibility...a man known for his dependability... a man whose honesty was unquestionable. Your home town Kansas Banker honors the memory of General John J.. Pershing. Your Kansas Banker, too, is dedicated to the principles of responsibility, dependability and honesty. Responsibility in making certain your money is safe...insured safe by the one and only Federal Deposit Insurance Corpo- ration ... and, just as Important, protecting you by his management of the funds you entrust to his care. Dependability in paying yon guaranteed interest on your savings, not an "anticipated dividend." Honesty in all dealing with you, whether it's telling you in advance the exact interest rate on a loan* or explaining how the full range of Kansas banking services can make your life better. For tha storits of John J. Parading and of othor man and woman who hava changad tha eourao of his* ton, watch "BIOGRAPHY" at 4:00 — .*• • - • • • . • P.M. each Sunda y on Channel 13, brought to you by your Hone JTown Kansas Banker. When Money Matters... See Your Home Town Kaneas Banker PIECE GOODS SALE I Lowenstein Wash 'N Wear Ladies' PANTIES 5 For 51 Reg. 4-$1.00 Men's Leather Palm Work Gloves Z For 51 Reg. 69c Men's Lined Leather Dress Gloves $2 • Pr. Reg. 2.49 Ladies' Cordanna ROBES $1.98 2 For $3 Burgess and Ever-Ready Sealbeam and Flasherlight BATTERIES Truck Type REFLECTORS Red or Amber 29c ea. 4 For $1 2 Amber-2 Red • • • I Vacuum BOTTLES $1.00 Reg. $1.69 Cosco Heating Pads $2.00 Reg. 2.98 Ever-Ready Lantern BATTERY 99c 6 Volt— 4 Sizes Surplus Claw HAMMER $1.00 Reg. 1.19— U.S.A. SHOP OK FOR THE UNUSUAL! SHOP OK FOR THE UNUSUAL! EVEN DOLLAR SALE! Just Arrived. . . CHILDREN'S and LADIES' SHOES $2.79 ea. 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