The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 22, 1963 · Page 9
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 9

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Tuesday, January 22, 1963
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Church Officers Are Elected WELLSVILLE - The following were elected to offices at the Wellsville Baptist Church for 1963: Dennis Shields, chairman of the board of trustees; Keith Chanay, responsible for the building and supervision of the janatorial staff; Gene Lesh, supervisor of repairs of the parsonage and yard, Damon Chesbro was appointed a chairman of the grounds committee. The Baldwin Chapel, a mission of the Wellsville Baptist Church, will be under the supervision of Hirschl Murphy. Bob Cramer will head up the publicity for the board and present its activities to church members. The improvements and repairs of the church prop- erty will be directed by Glen Lay ton Jr., and Robert Groshong. Eldon Whiteaker, .formerly chairman of the board of deacons and now a member of the board of trustees, will interpret to the new members their financial responsibility to the church. Seek Life Of Ease LONDON (AP)-Jeffrey Forse, 21, and his wife, Christine, 19 are on their way to Australia's Great Barrier Reef to look for an island home away from the rush of city life and the threat of nuclear fallout. Nineteen others are supposed to join them after they've chosen an island. The group community plans to establish a life where there will be no money and all work will be shared. The 21 were picked from 5,000 applicants from all over the world, Forse said. CAMERA SALE All At Special Low Prices! Dollar Day Extra... FREE BONUS BUCKS OK PHOTO SERVICE 314 S. Main CH 2-1541 Here's How To Apply For Social Security Pay An increased number of people are expected to file for social security benefits within the next few weeks, according to George Tomlinson, field representative of the Kansas City, Kans., district office. To enable social security to give better and quicker service, Tomlinson recommends that everyone planning to file should bring their social security card, and birth certificate or some old document that will establish the month, day, and year-of birth/ People who have been working for wages should also bring with them a record of their 1962 earning. (Internal Revenue Form W-2, Statement of Earnings), if available. Self-employed people, including farmers, need to bring a copy of their 1962 income tax returns that social security can retain. In addition, a cancelled check or receipt establishing payment of 1962 income and social security taxes will need to be furnished. It is further recommended that all self-employed persons bring along copies of their 1959,1960 and 1961 income tax returns for review purposes. Extra copies of DOLLAR DAY BARGAIN! Purchase Any LAMP in our Store At Regular Price Get the Second Lamp for... Only $1 -00 "The Small Store with The Big Deal" WHITE'S Furniture & Appliance "Your Franchisee! G.E. Dealer" 330 S. Main CH 2-4^37 1959 through 1961 returns will not ordinarily be needed. All applicants, whether they are employes or self-employed, will need to furnish an estimate of their earnings for 1963. These are the basic items needed. In individual cases some other items are required. If a woman is filing for widow's benefits she will need to supply proof of marriage. If there are children under age 18 evidence establishing their dates of birth will be needed. A social security representative calls at Ottawa's City Hall every Wednesday from 9 p.m. to noon to take care of social security needs in this area. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a' reader. Pity Poor Woodpecker INTERNATIONAL FALLS, Minn. (AP)—A logger says the trees around International Falls are frozen so hard the woodpeckers can't tell them from iron pipes driven into the ground for markers. That's typical of the stories spawned in this northern Minnesota city that as often as not finds itself at the bottom of the U.S. temperature chart. The mercury dipped to 14 below zero Jan. 10, and it has taken a nosedive every day since. Not just a little below zero, either. Most days recently it's been 30 below or more. It was -38 Monday. Surprisingly, such weather does little to slow down the normal activity of the town of 6,700 most of it centering around the cutting of pulpwood that is turned into paper by a big mill here. Natives say it usually is a quiet cold, with little wind to bite into exposed skin. Even starting cars isn't much of a problem. Most residents use SAVE $ $ $ 0/7. .. • Topcoats • Suits • Suburban Coats • Car Coats, and all Winter Jackets SHELDEN'S Men's Wear 225 S. Main CH 2-1155 THE OTTAWA HERALD j Iff Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1963 - . * electrical heaters which keep the chill off the engine. One car dealer startled residents by installing a device which periodically starts the car's motor. More than ,one person has done a double'fake when an unoccupied vehicle zobms to life. January Diamond Sale SAVE 25% SAVE on Entire Stock Including Wedding Bands SUPER SPECIAL V2 Ct. Diamond Reg. $175.00 Only $99 Choice of Ladies' or Gents' mounting. This Week Only Convenient Terms. As little as $7.00 down k \\w////, Gl FTS 232 S. Main JEWELRY CH2-I784 4 Days Only-January 23 thru 26 SALE = FREEZERS-REFRIGERATORS 7 Cu. Ft. Your Choice 187 SAVE $52,00 2 1 .2 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer Was 279.95 13 Cu. R. Chest 144.88 NOW 20.5 Cu. Ft. Upright Was 289.95 NOW 227*88 1 5 Cu. Ft. Chest Was 199.95 NOW 1 49*88 LOOK AT THESE PRICES ON COLDSPOT REFRIGERATORS 72.2 Cu. Ft. Only $174.44 70.5 Cu. Ft. $15755 Reg. 189.95 13.6 Cu. Ft. Only $236.66 73.5 with 1 60 Lb. Freezer Reg. 359.95 $277.77 Televisions 23 Inch 219.95 159,95 229§5 159.95 19 Inch Portable 149.95 1<*O OC NOW l£TiT9 Stereos 4-Speaker FM-AM Reg 14Q OC 169.95 1 1 TeT3 6-Speaker FM-AM Radios £& 31.40 & 23.95 & 269.95 £B 69.95 WASHERS -- DRYERS, Electric or Gas Kenmore Washer Built-in Filter $139.95 Auto. Dryer Electric Model SAVE $30 7 Cycle Washer Reg. 209.95 $179.95 7 Cycle Dryer Gas Electric $169.95 $129.95 3 Cycle Washer Only $163.00 3 Cycle Dryer Gas Electric $151.00 $111.00 Wringer Low as WASHER $69.95 T.V. Trays 5*94 Lamps Tables --FREE Were 8.94 Rug Remnants Wool and Nylon Were NOW $129 9x15 89.88 $128 9x15 89.88 $450 15x22 299.88 $191 12x12 129.88 $127 12x11 89.88 $216 15x15 159.80 And Many More Were 5.1 7.1 NOW 3.98 3.98 POLE LAMPS Were NOW 13.97 9.98 Were 17.95 7.98 9.98 NOW * Yardsticks 13.95 * Catalogs 4.98 * Pepsi Cola for Everyone Coffee Makers 799 Were 13.29 Fry Pans 9.99 Can Openers Were 16.77 Were 8.33 6.66 Hassocks Were NOW White Orange Green 4.79 6.95 4.79 2.98 3.98 2.98 FREE: Freight on all Sale Items (While They Last) BUCKETS 57c ana BASKETS 74c DRESSES 12.00 NOW $3 33 SHIRTS 4.00 VA NOW $1 98 Corn Poppers 279 Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money back SEARS Were 3.19 Chairs Were NOW 59.88 39.88 49.95 34.95 37.95 27.95 107 S. Main CH 2-2820 Ottawa BIG SAVINGS ON Gas & Electric RANGES 30 Inch Gas Was £149, OR 189.95 *i i f7»7«l 30 Inch Electric was e-ico oc 189.95 +*9W9i9 36 Inch Gas Was ClftO OR 209.95 *I»T«73 36 Inch Electric Was 249.95

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