The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 7, 1963 · Page 6
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L THE OTTAWA HERALD 9 Thursday, Feb. 7, 1963 Church Camp To Honor Pioneers COUNCIL GROVE (AP) - A church campsite and retreat area will be established in memory of a pioneer Council Grove couple, W. H. and Sarah White. This was announced today the Kansas Congregational and Christian Conference and Christian Conference, Inc., has accepted a gift of land for the area from W. H. While Jr., a son of the couple and the heirs of C. H. White, another son. The elder White was one of the founders of the Farmers and Drovers Bank here in 1882 and its president until his death in 1935. He was a member of the Kansas Legislature in the 1880s. W. H. White, Jr., present chairman of the bank's board, served in botli the House and Senate of the Legislature. The late C. H. White succeeded his father as president of the bank. The 78-acre campsite will be located en land overlooking the Council Grove federal reservoir. It will be used year-round by Congregational churches from the Rocky Mountains to the Mississippi River. Ultimate cost is estimated at $500,000. JAMES R. KING New Loan Company Employe James R. King, formerly of Kansas City, Mo., has assumed duties as an adjuster here with Interstate Finance Company. King moved here Monday and ives at 307 E. 4th. He attended (irksville State Teachers Col- ege, Kirksville, Mo., and is a member Alpha Kappa Lambda "raternity. King, 19, is the son of Dr. S. liley King, Overland Park, and Mrs. Marian King, Kirksville, Mo. Pomona News Young People In Charge Of Sunday Church Service By MARY HUDELSON National Youth Week was observed at the Pomona Methodist Church Sunday, Feb. 3, with junior and senior MYF members giving the complete service at the morning worship hour. The musical prelude was given by Carol Baker. Jim Bob Driver gave the call to worship. The invocation was by Vicki Henry and affirmation of faith by Billy Suits. Marsha Baxter gave the pastoral prayer. The responsive reading was led by Craig Collins and Sandra Bulmer. Charlene Dickey was in charge of the offering. After the Scripture reading by Billy Suits, five talks were given for sermons. The theme was "Youth Witnesses for Christ." James Baxter spoke on athletic- activities; Janet Lindsey, social activities; Rick Baxter, school; Carol Baker, home, and Billy Driver, church activities. The young people provided all the musical numbers. The serv- Announce Writing Contest For Grades 7 Through 12 , f All students in Grades 7 through 12 in Douglas, Franklin and Jefferson counties are eligible for a creative writing contest being conducted by the Law rence Alumnae Chapter of Theta Sigma Phi, a national fraternity for women in journalism. Official entry forms may be obtained by interested students from their English teachers. £ According to the president of P the sponsoring group, Mrs. Karl Reynolds, the contest's 2 - fold . purpose is to stimulate the gen- ^ eral student interest in creative writing and the profession of journalism and recognize individual ability. Contest instructions slate that any eligible boy or girl may either submit one original poem or one original piece of creative or critical prose, or may enter both divisions. Entries will be received until March 20. The only restriction is that each entry must be the original work of the student who submits it. There are no rules as to length, style or subject matter. The student may write specifically for the contest or may submit Work done for a class assignment or for some other purpose, such as a hobby. Entries will be judged by members of the Lawrence Theta Sigma Phi group. Each student who earns a "superior" rating .. will receive two copies of a book-" let containing the entries judged ::best. Winners of "good" ratings will each receive one copy of the ™ booklet. Additional copies will be available at 50 cents each if "« ordered in advance from the contest headquarters at 1916 Countryside Lane, Lawrence. . Squirrels Like Their Basement Mrs. Carl Wittman, 516 S. Locust, says some people have bats in their belfry, but the Witt mans have squirrels in their basement. For the second time in recent weeks the Wittmans have had difficulty with squirrels getting in to their basement. "How a squirrel can break up so many fruit jars and flower pots in so short a time I can't understand," she said. She is also wondering why squirrels pick on their basement when there are so many other flues and fireplaces they could get in easier. Fine Bellhops For Bootlegging GREAT BEND, Kan. (AP) Two former hotel bellhops were fined yesterday on bootlegging charges. Michael Green, 25, was found guilty on a charge of keeping and possessing alcoholic beverages for retail without being licensed and was fined $50 by Judge William J. Laughlin of Barton County Court. Alfred James, 27, was found guilty of the same charge and also of selling alcoholic liquor at retail without being licensed. He was fined $500 on the first count and fined $100 and given 90 days in the county jail on the second. Both appealed to the District Court. The Herald pays $5 every week 'or the best news tip turned in by a reader. POOR MORPHEUS Insomnia sufferers of old ate raw white onions to woo the arms of Morpheus. Pity the poor husband or wife! Today we have more reliable methods of inducing sleep ... sleeping pills and the tranquilizen fpr example. But, these medications are preicriptioo Hems and should be taken oory upon the advice of your physician. Check the obvious reasons for sleeplessness first—it may be caused by a himpy mattress. Then, if the condition continues, sec your doctor. If be recommends medication, we'll be glad to fill his pfetcripUou. Kramer Drug Store 131 S. Main CH MISS Professional Pharmacy CH 2-3547 Professional Bg. I ice closed with a benediction by Barbara Lindsey. Mrs. Louise Wclborn has taken over as director of the chancel choir at the Pomona Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Hudelson returned Saturday from a week's trip to Las Vegas, Nev., to attend the American National Livestock Convention. Around 125 Kansans were at the convention, more than 90 making the trip on special Santa Fe cars. Hudelson is a national director, serving a 2-year term. Mrs. Hudelson, state president - elect of the Kansas Cow Belles, attended meetings of the Cow Belles. She will serve on the national nominating and public relations committees for the coming year. The national meeting next year will be at Memphis, Tenn. The Pomona PTA will meet Monday, Feb. 11, at the grade school. Founders Day will be ob- served. Grade school pupils, under the direction of Mrs. Louise Wei- born, will give special music. , Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lawrence were in town on Saturday to check on things at their home. They returned to Fort Scott that evening. They are at the home of Dr. Alvin Melcher helping to care for their grandchildren, Jeff and Liz. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Crow were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Satler and two sons from Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Clarence Swallow and daughter, Elaine and Harold Cade, Quenemo, left Sunday by plane from Kansas City for California, called by the death of Mrs. Dan Chambers, the former Alice Swallow. Mrs. Harold Cade has been there for several weeks. Funeral services were Tuesday, Feb. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Baxter and family attended the open house and tea given in honor of the opening of the educational wing of the Valley View Methodist Church in Overland Park Sunday afternoon, Feb. 3. Rev. Robert Starbuck, former Pomona pastor is pastor at the church. This is the second stage of a 3-part building program. Judge Coff man On Program District Judge Floyd Coffman will lead a discussion on the integration of the Kansas Methodist Church at Emporia Saturday. Judge Coffman, a Methodist leader in Kansas, will examine the mechanical and economical problems of church in- tegration with the group. After the meeting, recommendations will be made to church officials. Several workshops will be held Saturday for examining church problems. His Poster Best Again For the second consecutive year, a Hutchinson boy, Donald Ray Lineback, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lineback, has won first place in the Reno County Soil Conservation District annual poster contest. He is a grandson of Mr, and Mrs. Ren Nokes, Princeton, and of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lineback, Garnett. Donald is a student in Obe« Grade School in Hutchinson. 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