The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 29, 1963 · Page 6
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 29, 1963
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agre^^^ • THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, January 29,1963 News Briefs Rosemary Crist, Franklin County home economics agent; Mrs. Ralph Overstreet, Wellsville, and Mrs. Howard Smith, 528 Willow, are attending Home Economics Day and annual meeting of the home demonstration advisors council at Manhattan. Mrs. Overstreet and Mrs. Smith are advisors. U. S. Army Mothers annual Elks duplicate bridge winners last night were: First. Mrs. Carl Artinger and Mrs. Dick Peters: second, Mrs. John Wassmer and Mrs. H. D. McGrath; third, Mr and Mrs. Gene Bush. Franklin County Farm Bureau Rally Night, January 30, 8 p.m. at the I.O.O.F. Hall, 316 S. Cedar. Discussion of State policies and legislative policies. All Farm chicken & noodle dinner. 75 cents I Bureau families invited Refresh- Tuesday, Jan. 29, Masonic Tern- ments. Adv. pie. Adv. Retirement of an official of the Kansas City Title Insurance Company recently has moved several persons in the organization up to new positions, and one of them is a former Ottawan, Sheldon Bowers, Mission. Bowers has been a field representative with the firm since 1961 and now moves up to the position of assistant vice president. Total carloads moved over Santa Fe System lines for the week ending Jan. 26, 1963, were 29,081 compared with 32,746 for the same week a year ago. On-line loadings were 18,852 compared with 22,067 for the corresponding week last year. Lester W. Miller, Williamsburg, is improving from a serious illness due to a heart sprain suffered while lifting a heavy weight He is in room 322 Main, St. Mary's Hospital, Kansas City, Mo. Guests Sunday afternoon of Roy Pointer, 634 Maple, a University of Kansas senior chemistry and physical science major, were Dick Kellogg, Arlington, and Don Harding. Stafford. Kellogg is a student and Harding an Em- wria State College student. Pancakes! Everyone, Thursday Masonic Temple. 11-1:30, 5-7:30. Sausages or eggs. 65 cents. Adv Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Rev. Lawrence F. Faivre, of First United Presbyterian Church, 3rd and Walnut, has received a call to the 1st United Presbyterian Church at Caney and will assume duties there on Feb. 1. The Presbytery, at Cherryvale, approved the move last Monday, releasing him from the Ottawa church. Mr. and Mrs. Faivre have one son, Lynn, who is 19. Groendyke Transport Company, Inc., Enid, Okla., has filed a damage suit in District Court against Al Beets Motors, 530 N. Main. The transport company charges that a tractor was damaged by fire while in the local firm's care. Groendyke seeks $1,521. Kathleen Louise Peters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Peters, 41 Rockwood Drive, has taken a job with the Junction City-Fort Riley school system for next year. Miss Peters ia now a senior at Emporia State Teachers College. Stanley A. Langr, representative of the Kansas Veterans' Commission, Lawrence, will be at City Hall in Ottawa at 1 every Tuesday afternoon during Febru ary to assist veterans and their dependents and survivors with service work. Anyone unable to contact Langr at those times may write or phone him in Lawrence Damage to a car driven by Mrs. Lois Smith, RFD 2, Pomona, was estimated as major after it went out of control into a ditch on the Greenwood road about eight miles southwest of Ottawa. According to Deputy Sheriff Robert Melton, a tire blew out, and Mrs. Smith lost control. Memorial Record GUY — Minnie K. Guy, past 74, widow of John E. Guy, longtime resident of Franklin County, passed away this morning. Funeral services will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, Rev. William R. Weber officiating Interment will be in Princeton Cemetery. GARRETT—Edith Mae, wife of Verne V. Garrett, 711 S. Ash, passed away last evening. Funeral services will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home Thursday, 2 p.m.; Dr. Raymond P. Jennings will officiate, interment in Highland Cemetery. REED — Funeral services for Sarah E. Reed will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Interment will be in Highland Cemetery. Mrs. Anna Bryan, 820 N. Poplar, after reading in The Herald about one mouse being caught in two traps, recalled that several years ago she caught two mice in one trap. Mrs. Bryan says there is only one sure thing for baiting mouse traps—cheese. Telephone Company Expanding WELLSVILLE - W.E.G. Dial Telephone, Inc., has announced plans for expansion to be carried on during the next several months. A representative from Wellsville, Harold Haney, went to Jackson, Mich., recently to inspect a switchboard, and it was later purchased by W.E.G. Dial. The switchboard will be used for an expansion program in all of the offices. A new board for D.D.D. (direct distance dialing) has been purchased. It will be delivered in October and installed and ready for use in December, 1963, in the Gardner area. It will permit anyone from Gardner to dial anyone in the United States. W.E.G. Dial will erect a 170- foot tower two miles south pf Gardner, a 20-foot tower at Overbrook and a 350-foot tower a mile west of Osage City for use Hospital Notes Admissions Sue Ann Taul, RFD 1, Baldwin; Debbie Usher, 428 Maple, Tuesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Everett Roecker, Williamsburg, daughter, Tuesday, weight, 7 lb., 5 oz. Dismissals \ Mrs. Larry Barnhart and baby son, RFD 4; Glenn Ware, Wellsville, Tuesday. . Would Hike Gasoline Tax. Tag Fees TOPEKA (AP)—A one-cent in- rease in the Kansas gasoline ax and other increases in high- ay user taxes and fees was rec- mmended today by the Highways Committee of the Kansas jegislative Council. A report by the committee was submitted directly to Gov. John .nderson and the Legislature. in mobile Equipment telephone also will service, be in- Included in ations are a Funerals MRS. EDNA II. CLARK An Eastern Star service for Mrs. Edna H. Clark, who died in Loveland, Colo., Jan. 10, was at Lamb Funeral Home Jan. 28 Officers of Union Chapter No. 15 officiated. Mrs. J. R. Henning played organ selections. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated at graveside services in Princeton Cemetery. MRS. NELLIE G. MORRIS Services for Mrs. Nellie G. Morris, who died Jan. 25, were at Towner's Chapel Jan. 28. Rev Arthur Gerhold officiated. Pallbearers were Merlin, Donald and Everett Reed, Lyle Beckman, Ermil Greenfield and Merle Montgomery. Mrs. Ervin Happy sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Fouts Cemetery. stalled in Osage City and Gardner. This service will enable anyone having a mobile telephone in their car to dial anyone on the system. This will include Lebo, Osage City, Overbrook, Wellsville, Edgerton and Gardner. The work will be concluded by early summer, according to Ross Gault. ERNEST JOHNSON Funeral services for Ernest Johnson were Wednesday, Jan. 23, at the Coughlin Funeral Home in Wellsville. Officiating was Rev. Gordon Norris, pastor of the Wellsville Assembly of God Church. Music was organ and vocal recordings. Pallbearers we Ray and Irvin Hall, Bert Bell, Harold Hargrove, Claude Yakle and John Berger. Burial was in Centropolis. Survivors include his sister, Mrs. May Hargrove, Wellsville; three sisters-in-law, Mrs. Eva Yakle, Ottawa, RFD 3; Mrs. Imogene Berger, Pomona, and Mrs. Evelyn Carroll, Kansas City, Kas., and a nephew, Harold Hargrove, Rantoul. Won't Be So Cold After All TOPEKA (AP) - Skies were cloudy over Kansas today am new cold air surged into the state but the outlook was for milder temperatures. Temperatures were below 10 degrees in northwest Kansas early today as the cold air reachet the state. There were a few reports of light snow but none were major. The cold is not as severe as previous surges this month which sent temperatures well below zero in most parts of the state. I isn't expected to be as long ei ther. The Weather Bureau said temperatures will not be any colder Wednesday in the northwest an< might even be a little more mod erate. It will be colder in the southeast, however, as the bulk of the cold air reaches that par of the state. OHS Notes Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 The Ottawa City Teachers Association was to meet at 4:15 p.m. today at the Ottawa senior high school. On Friday night, the Ottawa High varsity and junior varsity basketball teams will meet Bonner Springs at Bonner Springs, the juniors' game to begin at 6:30. On Saturday night, Rosedale comes to Ottawa for varsity and junior varsity games in the junior high gymnasium, the first game to begin at 6:30. Both Friday and Saturday night games are East Kansas League contests. HOLLINGSWORTH - Funeral Service for J. E. "Pat" Hollingsworth will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2: p.m. Thursday. Interment in Highland. {Cotoner's I I \ V\ \ K Ottawa High Plans Adult Classes Evening education classes fo adults will offer four courses thi spring at Ottawa High School, ac cording to present plans. The course will be "Basic Electricity for Trades men," "Welding and Machine Metal for Tradesmen," "Wooc Refinishing and Upholstery Re pair" for both men and women and "Beginning Typing" for men and women. Date for an organizational meeting will be announced in the near future. At the organizational meeting the length of t h e courses, day and time of meeting, fees for the courses and other matters will be discussed. Those wanting more information may call Henry A. Parker, superintendent of schools; Edwin D. Henry, supervisor of the evening courses, at the senior high school, or Orlis Cox at the senior high school. Ann Landers That 'Lazy' Wife Sick In The Head Dear Ann Landers: I am so up-i Dear Heartsick: I don't know Deaths set about my wife's appearance that I am writing to you as a last resort. Please don't tell me to send her to a doctor. She's been to four doctors and they all say it's up to her. We've been married t h r e e ; years and my wife is a mess. She won't tell me how muchj weight she has gained but s h e must weigh over 200 pounds. I could tolerate her size if she Ann the $2.50 recommen- increase in egistration fees for passenger ars and a 5 per cent increase n total revenue from truck reg- strations. The committee said that even with the increased revenue these recommendations will produce, here will be a shortage in com- >arison to needs in an expanded >rogram of improvements. The committee rejected a recommendation submitted earlier by financial consultants that additional ad valorem taxes finance an expanded program of improvements for township roads. The committee said: "As a substitute for ad valorem tax financing of deficits, the committee has received a relatively new suggestion — that farmers might be willing to accept earmarking for township road purposes a portion of the five-cent refund on gasoline used for agriculture." weren't so lazy. She has every known appliance to make her housework easier, but she's too lazy to plug in anything. She has never used her sewing machine even though her clothes are all torn at the seams. She irons nothing, not even a handkerchief. Cooking is out of the question. Her hobby is talking on the telephone and eating candy. Our two-year-old child does not get enough fresh air or sunshine because her mother is too lazy to take her oustide. Last summer the child was white as a ghost. Please suggest something.—HAD rr. what's eating your "friend" but it must be something big. Self-appointed critics who try to remodel their acquaintances are unhappy with themselves. Instead of going to work on their own problems, they find it less painful to go to work on those around them. This woman is destructive and punishing. Stay away from her. . To learn how to keep your boy friend in line without losing him, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Necking and Petting — And How Far To Go," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Kill British Bid To Join Market BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP)Britain lost its fight today to keep on negotiating for Common Market membership despite last-minute intervention by President Kennedy's administration. Envoys of the six members gave British officials the bad news. After a day of wrangling, the French came out of the conference room clear winners. The French not only killed Britain's bid for membership, but in the view of some diplomats they have begun a long process of lessening American and British influence on the Continent. Bitterly disappointed, Belgian Foreign Minister Paul-Henri Spaak said the spirit of European unity suffered a severe setback. Formal rejection of Britain's bid was made known to Deputy Foreign Minister Edward Heath at an afternoon session—the first one this week the British were invited to attend. Cars Damaged In Collision Cars driven by Cornelius Boston, 904 Walton, and Harrison E. Jones, 604 Walnut, collided at the 8th-Princeton intersection about 2 yesterday afternoon. Boston was going east on Eighth Street and Jones south on Princeton prior to the accident. The hood, bumper, left fender, doors and hubcaps of Boston's car were damaged. The right front fender and bumper of Jones' car were damaged. Dear Had It: Usually letters which begin like yours wind up with — "and now I have met a lovely woman." It's a familiar story. When a wife refuses to shape up, the husband often ships out. Your wife is more than lazy, .she's sick in the head. A woman who abandons her responsibilities and is largely incapacitated due to lack of motivation needs psychiatric help. Dear Ann Landers: I am in my room all alone, like I had the measles or something. I have been sentenced to the life of a hermit for six weeks. The reason is because I got a bad grade on my report card. A 13-year-old girl can dry up and die if she has no social life. I have tried to make my parents see that no good will be gained by jailing me for six weeks. How can this make my grades better? It can't take away the bad grade I already have. There is a big party Saturday night and I am not allowed to go. What do they think they are gaining by being so mean? Please help to spring me.—PRISONER Dear Prisoner: Your plea for a new trial is denied, but you do have a point. A jail sentence should involve more than punishment. You're supposed to be studying up there, Toots. So hop to it. While you serve your sentence you can also crack a few books and improve your grades. Dear Ann Landers: I'm a married woman who never dreamed I'd be asking for advice. But I need help and it must be from an outsider. A close friend of mine just left my home. She spent the better part of the afternoon telling me all my faults, "for my own good." I never thought I was perfect, but didn't realize that nobody likes me. She told me I always say the wrong thing at the wrong time, that I embarrass my husband because I appear to be running him and that I am a trouble-maker. Shrine Club Elects Officers Jim Alexander was elected president of the Franklin • Miami Shrine Club at a dinner meeting held last night. Other officers elected were 0 W. Waymire, vice president; and Julius Raffelock, secretary-treasurer. The new president appointed John Finder as publicity chairman. Earl Read as membership chairman, and Jay E. Todd as program chairman. W. R. EMMONS W. R. Emmons, 90, Lincoln, 111., a former resident of Ottawa and Blue Mound, died Monday night at 11:30. He was born May 13, 1872, at Appleton City, Mo., and married Allena Robinson in Perry, Okla., Oct. 4, 1896. Surviving are Mrs. Emmons, who is a patient in Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, 8th & Elm Sts., Lincoln, 111.; two sons, Wayne, Lincoln, 111., and Roy, Santa Cruz Calif.; 10 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; two brothers, and two sisters. One son, Earl Emory Emmons, died in Ottawa. E. LEROY GATTSIIALL Ottawans have learned of the death of E. Leroy Gattshall, former Ottawan, at Prairie du Sac, Wis. Mr. Gattshall, 76, formerly operated what now is the R. B. Anderson ranch in Cutler Township. He moved to Prairie du Sac in 1929 and became affiliated with a furniture store and funeral home. He later assumed operation of the businesses, retiring three years ago. His sons, Russell and Who's Wearing The Door Mat? Mrs. Harry Ball, 127 S. Locust, said an old pair of pants used for a porch mat were stolen from her front porch. Mrs. Ball said she folded the old pants several days ago and placed them out to keep people from tracking snow into the house. Yesterday she discovered the pants stolen. Maybe someone needed them, she said. Donald, are operating the busi nesses. Mr. Gattshall's wife, Cora, died in March, 1960. Surviving in addition to the sons are two daughters, Mrs. Don Kinzler, anc Mrs. Robert Hageman. A third son was killed in 1959 in a hunting accident. Marriage License Marcus Gile, 21, Mission, and Janis Sue Stegman, 19, Wichita. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.53 Shelled Corn U3 Ear Corn 1-08 Your Motorola TV Set Ever Stops Working Chances Are The PLUG IS OUT Why Not Trade For A New Motorola Now? - Special Low Price this Week And Get 3 Giant TV Pillows Free at at Gambles In Ottawa I asked for specific instances where I had been tactless or made trouble. She couldn't think of any off-hand. Her closing line was, "I hope you don't feel hurt, but people never see their own faults and I consider you a friend and want to help you "improve." What do you think of this?— HEARTSICK Milo 1-68 Barley 1-07 Oats 81 Rye 100 Butterfat 47, 42 Eggs 20c Grade Egg 32c, 25c, 20c Hens « KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)-Cattle 4,000; calves 200; steady to weak; heifers steady; vealers steady; choice steers 25.00-50; high good and low choice 24.50-25.00; choice heifers 24.50-25.50; cows 14.25-16.50 good and choice vealers 23.0028.00; few 29.00. Hogs 4,500; weak to 25 lower; sows steady; 1-3 190-240 lb barrows and gilts 15.50-16.00; 275-400 lb sows 13.50-14.25; 400-600 lb 13.00-50. Sheep 1,300; steady; good to high choice wooled lambs 18.0019.00; good to choice shorn No 1 pelts 17.50-18.00; ewes 6.00-7.00 J. E. "PAT" HOLLINGSWORTH J. E. "Pat" Hollingsworth, 94, 111 Maple, died yesterday at 5:15 p.m. at his home. Services will be at Towner's Chapel Thursday at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles P. Knight will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. He was born Dec. 19, 1868, at Grinnell, Iowa, and came to Ottawa from Idaho in 1917. On April 9, 1902, at Alma, Neb., he married Carrie B. Day who died April 10, 1954. He retired after 30 years of employment in the city water and light department. Surviving are one son, L. D. Hollingsworth, and a daughter, Ruby Hollingsworth, of the home, four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. MRS. VERNE V. GARRETT Mrs. Verne V. Garrett, 63, 711 Ash, died yesterday at 8:40 p.m. in Ransom Memorial Hospital. In failing health about three months, she has been seriously ill since Jan. 1. Services will be Thursday at 2 p.m., in the Lamb Funeral Home. Dr. Raymond P. Jennings will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. The former Edith Mae Rolston, she was born Oct. 17, 1899, near Waverly. She came to Ottawa in 1918. She was married to Mr Garrett Dec. 22, 1917. She was a member of First Baptist Church. Surviving are the widower; one daughter, Mrs. Virginia Rice, Kansas City, Kas.; one son, Vernon Garrett, Ravensdale, Wash.; six grandchildren, her mother, Mi's. Gladys Rolston, and a sister, Mrs. Howard Baker, La Mirada, Calif., and one brother, Floyd Rolston, Durango, Colo. One daughter, Melba, died April 27. 1936. several years, die had been seriously ill three weeks. Services will be Friday at t p.m. in the Lamb Funeral Home, lev. William R. Weber will officiate. Burial will be in Prince; ;on Cemetery. Mrs. Guy, the former Minnie K. Meinig, was born Sept. 30, 1888, in Miami County. She was married to John E. Guy, in Paola, Aug. 14, 1907. In 1909 she moved to a home south of Bonus wood where "she lived until 1941 when she came to 733 S. Poplar. Mr. Guy died March 6, 1940. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Surviving are one son, Dean Guy, West 19th; one granddaughter; four great - grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Emma Whitney and Mrs. Elmer McKoon, Osawatomie, and Mrs. Joseph Pasternak, Stockton, Calif., and three brothers, William Meinig, Ottawa; Harry Meinig, Paola, and Richard Meinig, Stockton, Calif. Some 4'Fs Are Now 1-Y The local selective Service board reports that a number of people have called in to ask about the new 1-Y classification which now includes a number of young men previously classified 4-F. After the new classification was created a few months ago, the board received a notice to open all 4-F cases for review. Some have been re-classified in 1-Y. These men will be available for duty only in case of disaster or emergencies. The board reports that most of these men are able to make a living and that there would be something they could do without being in full active service. It might be of a military or civil defense nature. i Legate (Published Jan. 26, 90, 29, 30, 31, Feb. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 1983) NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF VOTERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the books for the registration of voters In the City of Ottawa, Kansas are open during regular office hours of tht City Clerk of said City. All persons who did not vote at the General Election held In said City In November, 1962, and who have not since reregistered, all persons who have changed their residence or street number since last registered, and all persons who are not now properly registered, must register in order to be eligible to vote at any election to be held in the City of Ottawa, Kansas. All persons desiring to register must appear in person at my office In the City Hall. Special arrangements may be made for the sick or disabled. Donald R. Capper, City Clerk OD'ENDAHIt AMHULANvE SFRvirf )^b NuHTH > OKI ANN A. KAN MRS. MINNIE K. GUY Mrs. Minnie K. Guy, 74, died at 12:55 a.m. in Cedar House nursing home. In failing health (First Published January 2», 1963) (Last Published February 12, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, si: In the Probate Court of said County and State. In the Matter of the Estate of Emma S. Franklin, also known as Emma Helen Franklin. Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition ias been filed in said court by Kobiw N. Bundy, administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Emma S. Franklin, also known as Emma Helen Franklin, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as administrator c.t.a., allowance for administrator and attorney fees, and expenses; and also praying that the court determine the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the state and the proportion or part thereof to which each Is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them in accordance with the will of Emma S. Franklin, deceased; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 21st day of February, 1963, at 2 o'clock p.m., on said day, in said court, in the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment' and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. Robert N. Bundy, Administrator, with the Will Annexed. Bowers & Bowers, Attorneys. 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