The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 22, 1963 · Page 8
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 8

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 22, 1963
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8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1963 Richmond News Telephone Employe Promoted By MABEL CHANDLER Donald J, Setter has been promoted to trcublleman and transferred to Ellis by the United Telephone Co. of Kansas. He is the grandson of Mrs. Jane Setter, rural Richmond. Donald has been employed by the company for more than nine ; years, working as a lineman. Mrs. R. E. Mcrscham honored • her daughter. Donna, on her 12th . birthday by entertaining the 12 girls of grades 5 and 6. Mrs. George Hiles is working : at the postoffice while postmaster Elden Lyon is ill. • Mariann, small daughter of the ;. Don Posses, is being treated for • pneumonia at Anderson County ; Hospital. :. Mrs. Carl Anderson has gone ; to California for a visit with her ; daughters and their families. En ~ route she visited her son, Father • Aired, in Pena Blanca, N. Mex. : Arthur Cunningham, formerly : of Richmond, is being cared for • at Independence Hospital (room • 203) Independence, Mo. His con: dition is unchanged. : The Willing Workers met with • Mrs. Kenneth Arnett to quilt for ; Mrs. Walter Lankard. This group : will meet Feb. 5 with Mrs. Ella j Hunt. » Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myers have I returned from a visit with their ", relatives in Kingsville, Tex. • Ten members/ attended the meet; ing of the Scissors Club at the £ Johnson - Roberts home. Mrs. Al; ma Bastin was a guest. The Feb- I ruary meeting will be with Mrs. j R. E. Merscham. **• Twenty of Gladys Garrison's ; - 28 first and second grade pupils *- were absent Friday on account I of chickenpox. f I Twelve members attended the \ Fort-Nightly meeting at Mrs. Ray- i mond Wagners, Friday after- I noon. Mrs. Ralph McCrea ar; ranged the program and had as ' guests Mrs. Charles Talbott and ; Mrs. Ray Talbott who displayed ; and explained making ceramics. J The Feb. 1 meeting will be with • Mrs. George Dietrich. • Kenneth Ford is being cared ; for at the Frank Myers home. List Students At Wellsville WELLSVILLE - Named to the high honor roll at the Wellsville Schools for the first semester, 1962-1963, were these students having a grade point average of 3.75 or more: Seventh Grade — Kathy Blankenship, Jo Ellen Cougnenour, Kathy DeVore, Larry Ganong, Jean Gleisbeg, John O'Neil, Becky Slaven. Eighth Grade — Allen Peckham. Ninth Grade - Peggy O'Neil, Harry Peckham. Eleventh Grade — Bill Coughlin. Dean Lawrenz, Marilyn Shoemaker. Twelfth Grade — David Beasley, Lynn Cox, Linda Mitchell, Gary Rader, Charlotte Rogers. Named to the honor roll were the following students who had no gade below a B or a grade point average of 3.15 or more: Seventh Grade — William Allen, Bruce Breithaupt, Shirley Grimsley, Jay Higbie, Tracy Kramer, Billy Lytle, Beverly Moss, Charlotte Patton, Nancy Rockers, Albert Schendel. Eighth Gade — Jay Bamett, Pam Flynn, Jim Good, Diane Growing, Idonna Haney, Victor Harrison, Ted Hollon, Karen O'Connor, Sandra Shoemaker, Penny Whitley. Ninth Grade — Mary Cohee, Teresa Slaven, Jim Tomlinson, Carol Warnock, Marcella Wehmeyer, Perry Perkins. Tenth Grade — Marilyn Brittingham, Shiela Dominick, Karyl Higbie, Gary Knight, Elaine Christy, Cheryl Rogers. Eleventh Gade — Gene Broers, John Crawford, Deanna Leach, Nancy Pooch, Robert Scott, Chloe Ann Beattie. Twelfth Grade — Karen Clayton, Robert Harra, Nancy Harris, Emma Jane Hays, Doug Higbie, Delon Jacoby, Bill Kohler, Omera Knoop, Carol Lawrenz, Dale O'Connor, Pamela Poole, Janet Reeves, Joe Ruttman, Nancy Shannon, Lois Schiendel, Nancy Barnett. Gives Report On Extension WELLSVILLE - L. B. Schendel, chairman of the Miami County Extension Board representing agriculture, accompanied Ensley Sisk, Miami County agricultural agent, in attending the district extension meeting for nine coun- ies in the 4-H building at Lawrence. Franklin and Miami were among counties represented. Schendel gave a report on what they learned while attending a state extension meeting at Man- lattan. Others who had attended his meeting giving reports were £ay Carey, Princeton, on 4-H, and Mrs. Clyde Husted, Lawrence, on home economics. © KlnK Features Syndicate, Inc., 1963. World righte rewrvud. No, I don't think she would want a job. She hasn't worked since we were married." bors is minister of the Wellsville Methodist Church. The purpose of the meeting is to review the quadrennial plans and program at mid-quadrenni- um. Church leaders will examine the progress made and evaluate the efforts required to complete the general benovolence program of the Methodist Church as authorized by the general conference. Methodist Meeting Set WELLSVILLE - The Rev. Jim Nabors, Ottawa District Missionary secretary, will attend the mid-quadrennial promotional conference Jan. 22 - 23 at Wichita First Methodist Church. Mr. Na- Sanforized Acetate SUP Reg. 1.59 Value 3 styles, lots of lace, white. Ruffled bottom. Sizes 32-40. 97c Chilton Aluminum Ware, Pans — Kettles — Tea Pots — Percolators Values to 1.79 Festival Enameled Ware — Values to 1.79 Jumbo Carmen Bags 16 Garment Size .., Chair Cushions Regular 1.00. For Extra Wide Linned Plastic Drapes. Regular 1.00 3 Ft. x 5 ft. Scatter Rugs Regular 3.98 New Spring Costume Jewelry Values to 2.00 88c 88c 88c $1.00 88c $2.97 53c YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORI AT WOOIWORTH'S We Will Give You $|.00 on every $10.00 you spend with us Dollar Day, Wed. Jan. 23 Ottawa Typewriter Co. 215 S. Main CH 2-4943 The Herald pays |5 every week 'or the best news tip turned in >y a reader Reds Would Cash In On "Indecision" SAIGON, South Viet Nam, (AP) —A captured document indicates the Communists hope to wrest eventual victory in Viet N a hi through what the Reds call indecision in Washington of the scale of American intervention. Authoritative sources here regard the document, dated Sept. 25, 1962, as genuine and of great importance in evaluating Red strategy. It apparently is a sort of Viet Cong annual report. America's dilemma on the size of forces it should commit, the document says, "is the key weak- ness in U.S.-South Vietnamese efforts against the Communists." The document says that the United States is afraid of committing large numbers of troops because that would invite intervention by the Communist bloc of nations and bring about a world war. • . The result may be that "the enemy may get bogged down," the document continues." Therefore they may be compelled to negotiate and compromise. If negotiations and a temporary com promise take place, we will have made an important step toward victory." The document said that a settlement like the formula which neutralized Laos or like the Algerian victory over the French would be satisfactory to the Viet Cong. Offer Praycw For Missionary WELLSVILLE — At the annual meeting of the Wellsville Baptist Church, Mrs. Eldon Whiteaker, president of the Woman's Missionary Society, announced that the names of 123 persons were obtained and sent to Beth Bromley. These persons will remember Miss Bromely in daily prayer. Miss Bromely, a recent missionary speaker at the Wellsville Baptist Church, is now returning to her missionary station in South Africa. This is the first time a project of this nature has been carried out by the church membership. DOLLAR DAY BARGAIN! Purchase Any LAMP At Regular Price Get the Second Lamp for... in our Store "The Small Store with The Big Deal" WHITE'S Furniture & Appliance "Your Franchised G.E. Dealer" 330 S. Main CH 2-4637 ong--on value and Jim-in price BEST for you...ALL ways Our low-cost Bank financing Whatever make or mode! of car you prefer, and whether it's new or used, finance it here! Our low bank financing rates save you money - and leave you more to put into the car and its equipment. Monthly payments are arranged to fit your budget, and may include the premium for auto insurance. Remember, too, that you build useful, personal bank credit as you pay off your bank auto loan here. For fast, friendly service and real economy in your car financing, see, write or phone us before you sign! "You Are Always Welcome At The First" FIRST NATIONAL BANK SHOP AT BOB'S where you get the best value for your Sale Dollar. MEN'S WEAR *) VI I «3 One group values to 69.50 NOW 35.00 & 42.95 TOP»*OATS Values to 65.00 NOW 19,95 36.00 & 42.00 SPORT COATS r^so 1^50 1A95 ^"?95 4)O95 Now I/ IT */ Ei DRESS SLACKS W, NOW 4.95 to 14.95 One group values to 15.95 A Now t. 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