The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 9, 1963 · Page 6
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, Feb. 9, 1963 News Briefs New Store Hours — 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday thru Saturday at your friendly A&P Food Store, 111 S. Hickory, Ottawa, Kansas. Adv. Lt. Robert E. Dunn, 819 Tremont, ammunition and training officer in the local National Guard unit, will attend a Method of Instruction School at Wichita next week. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv. Kenneth Griffen, 601 Willow, has been cited by the police with driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs and reckless driving. He posted $300 bond. Annual stockholders meeting, of Fanners Union Co-op of Centropolis, will be held Tuesday, Feb. 12th 7:30 p.m. at Centropolis Store. Adv. Dr. H. N. Flora was in Emporia yesterday attending a University of Kansas medical seminar at Newman Memorial Hospital. Deaths LIGHT FIXTURES FEATURED-Ncw Martin Electrical Equipment location features 120-square foot display of ight fixtures. Company has moved from 131 S. Main to 117 E. 2nd. (Herald Photo) On The Business Side There's Freshness In Ads With Color Goss's now carrying R & K Originals. Adv Ensign and Mrs. James Shelden, Indian Head, Md., are parents of a son born Feb. 7. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shelden, Ottawa. Shelden is in the U.S. Navy Reserve, stationed at Indian Head. The baby has been named Stanton Lee Shelden. He weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces. Mrs. Shelden plans to fly to Maryland Monday to see her new grandson and Lee Shelden will go to visit the new youngster after her return. Mrs. James Shelden, a graduate of Ottawa University, was formerly Charlotte Richardson, of Wilmore. Mr. and Mrs. Arlon Wilson, Kansas City, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs, Joe Marshall, Topeka, will be dinner guests this evening of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Cromwell, Ottawa. Ed Ferguson, Wellsville, N. J., is visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ella Ferguson, 709 Cleveland. Bill Hysom, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hysom, 1421 S. Oak, and a senior at the University of Kansas, entered St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, today for surgery Monday on the leg injured recently in a Colorado ski accident. Bill had been released from a Denver hospital and had enrolled at KU. By JACK DAY What about color used in news- >aper advertising? We personally have always )een sold on the use of color and hite space in any newspaper ad. t is interesting to. note that more nd more retailers are realizing lie importance that color can play merchandising. One Bureau of Advertising executive recently stated that "the modern retailer knows that newspaper color plays a vital part in moving better - profit Jack items." He continued by stating that continuity I color advertising on better-type merchandise can help to: "en- lance a store's reputation for bet- er quality and style; add pres- ige; build a greater identity; eave a powerful after - image, md provide the retailer with an action medium that will produce more high velocity sales." Another executive stated that color advertising brings "perpe- ual freshness" and keeps customers stimulated and interested. ARNOLD — Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine A. Arnold will be conducted from the Mortuary Monday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock. Rev. Ned Roberts officiating. Interment Highland Cemetery. ERNZEN — Funeral services for Mr. Oliver J. Ernzen are pending and will be announced later. DENIKE — Funeral services for Mr. Albert A. Denike will be conducted from the Pomona Methodist Church today at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. R. A. Trowbridge officiating. Interment Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, Newkirk Cemetery, Newkirk, Oklahoma. Ph. CH 2-2323 Call CH 2-4700 ne of the most recent examples f color merchandising that comes mind is the "Sweetheart of a ale" color ad which Russ Crites of Crites Appliance Center ran lis week. Look up this ad and ee for yourself how color can ppeal to you. It seems that everyone is mov- ng in the 100 block on Main. Douglas Brothers has only a few ays left in its old location, and lis week Charles Queen of Queen's Self Service Shoes an- lounced that he is quitting busi- less. Harvey Martin has moved Additional Sports Injured Boy Much Improved Charles L. Hadsall, 15, was reported in satisfactory condition oday at Ransom Memorial Hospital where he is being treated or a basal skull fracture suffered ast Sunday when a car he was working under fell. HadsalTs doctor said he has egained consciousness and is much improved. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ledom, 130 N. Locust. He was injured last Sunday when the lome made wooden tripod used o raise the car he was working on slipped, dropping the auto. Less Cigarettes Are Smoked WASHINGTON (AP)-Cigarette smoking declined last year for the First time since 1954, the lommerce Department reported Thursday, but only by an average of two cigarettes per person. Average consumption last year was computed at 199.2 packs per jerson, compared with 199.3 packs n 1961. A pack contains 20 cigarettes. Funerals LOUIS S. SWEETWOOD Services for Louis S. Sweet wood, 69, Williamsburg, who diec Tuesday, were at Towner's Fun eral Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2. Rev. E. E. Caylor officiated Pallbearers were Art Dean, John Horn, D. B. Fogle, Frank Davis Jess Edgecomb and A. C. Riche son. Dean Zook was soloist ant Mrs. J. M. Kilgore was organist Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery Williamsburg. The Herald pays $5 every weel for the best news tip turned in by a reader. SHIBE — Funeral services for Mary Shibe will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Sunday from Towner's Chapel. Interment will be in Evergreen Mound Cemetery. {CoUmer's; M a r t i n Electrical Equipment from hb old location at 131 S. Main to 117 E. Second, and we understand that several other moves in this block are being contemplated. The face of the 100 block on South Main should change drastically during the coming months. Speaking of changes, walk down East Second Street and notice the new building faces and firms which recently have moved into this area. Our hats are off to the people responsible for revitalizing this general area. Hospital Notes Admissions Lester Lanier, 717 S. Main, Friday; Christine Chandler, 35 Rockwood Drive, Friday; James Holon, 119 S. Willow, Friday; Mrs. Oliver Ernzen, RFD 2, Ottawa, Saturday. Dismissals llieodore Fishburn, Overbrook, Friday; Genoa Dingus, 710 N. Oak, Friday; W. A. Swift, 616 Ash, Friday; Daniel Hermesmeyer, Rantoul, Saturday; Elmer jouderback, Princeton, Saturday; Nancy Brown, 633 Willow, Saturday; George Gates, 712 Pecan, Saturday; Don Harbison, 528 S. Sycamore, Saturday; Mrs. Oliver Ernzen, RFD 2, Ottawa, Saturday. Woman Bass Singer At North Baptist Mrs. Louise Malone Braxton, who says she is the only woman bass singer in America, will be guest soloist in the North Baptist Church Sunday morning at 10:45. She will sing "The Stranger of Galilee". She will also sing for the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., "Bless This House". Mrs. Braxton will return to the North Baptist Church Sunday evening 7:30 p.m.,, when she will sing a few Negro spirituals and a bass solo," Asleep In The Deep." Mrs. Braxton will speak For a few minutes about her work. She was a student of the late Dr. Washington Carver when in school. She is the granddaughter of a Cherokee Indian chief and a French grandmother. Her father was colored. She was born in Tulsa, Okla. She was 15 years old before she could speak English. She speaks French, Spanish and Indian dialect. She has built four schools in the south for her people. She is the wife of doctor and has two married daughters. Mrs. Braxton lives in Grand Rapids, Mich. 0. J. ERNZEN Oliver J. Ernzen, 58, RFD J, Ottawa, died early today in Ransom Memorial Hospital. He became ill Wednesday. He was plant superintendent of the Cities Service Compressor station near Ottawa, coming here from Drumright, Okla!, in April, 1962. He had been a Cities Service employe since 1923, beginning his work for the company at the Petrolia Station, Chanute. He was born at Chanute, Dec. 17, 1904, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ernzen. He was married to Johnny Brightwell, June 9, 1938, and she survives. He is also survived by his mother. Other survivors are a sister, Mrs. Marie Ivins, Chanute; and four brothers, Ernest Ernzen, Chanute; Arthur B. Ernzen, Dewey, Okla.; Nicholas F. Ernzen, Mountain View, Okla.; and Frank L. Ernzen, Coffeyville. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. A Rosary service will be held at Louis Dengel & Son Mortuary at 7 p.m., Sunday. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, at 10 a.m., at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Chanute, with burial in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Chanute. MRS. CATHARINE, ARNOLD Mrs. Catharine Ava Arnold, 95, died yesterday afternoon at Cedar House Nursing Home after a long illness. She had been a resident of Cedar House for about five years. For a number of years she had operated the Arnolds Orchards at Baldwin, until 1949, when she began making her home with her children. Her husband, Daniel Arnold, whom she married March 16, 1889, at Kingston, Mo., died in November, 1931. She was born at Breckenridge, Mo., April 30, 1867. She was the daughter of William and Mary (Baker) Johnson. She was a member of the Christian Church. She is survived by a son, W. C. Arnold, Joplin, Mo.; a daughter, Mrs. WUliam Talbott, Ottawa; a step-daughter, Mrs. Lillie Alexander, Ottawa; a brother, Richard Johnson, Neveda, Mo.; six grandchildren, 14 great grand- Pomona Takes Richmond POMONA - The Pomona Indians beat the Richmond Cubs, 68-35, in a Franklin County League game at Pomona last night. Pomona scored 16 points in the first quarter to Richmond's eight and carried the lead through the game. At halftone the score stood, 33-16. Roger Shoemaker scored 21 points for Pomona Coach Carlin Nalley's Indians, and Leon Sobba with 18, was high man for Coach Phil Rose's Richmond Cubs. The Indian B team dropped the Cubs, 68-35. Pomona plays next at Lyndon Friday, Feb. 15. Pomona and Williamsburg coaches will go to Lebo Wednesday, Feb. 13, for the district drawing. POMONA-68: Shoemaker, 8 5 0; Nelson, 6 3 2; Lindsey, 413; Goracke, 302; Langley, 2 1 0; Heidner, 1 2 3; Regester, 103; Watts, 100; Raymond, 1 0 0. Totals 28 12 18. RICHMOND-35: Sobba, 6 6 2; Maley, 223; Roeckers, 151; Kueser, 104; Cox, Oil; Ped- row, 014. Totals, 10 15 15. Score by quarters: Pomona Richmond 16 17 20 15 8 8 613 Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday'* Results Boston 129, New York 97 Syracuse 162, Detroit 135 Los Angeles 94, Chicago 91 Cincinnati 116, St. Louis 112 Today's Games New York vs. Syracuse at Boston San Francisco at Boston Los Angeles at Chicago Sunday's Games New York at Boston Los Angeles at Cincinnati San Francisco at Syracuse Detroit at St Louis No games Monday Emery Green Club Meets The Emery Green Social Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lee Peterson with all 13 members present. A flower contest was won by Mrs. Elmer Perkins, a vegetable contest was won by Mrs. T. T. Shelton, and Mrs. J. M. Burress was the winner of another contest. Mrs. Clifford Hunter was awarded the door prize. children, and one great, great grandchild. Services will be held at Louis Dengel & Son Mortuary, Monday, Feb. 11, at 1 p.m., and burial will be in Highland Cemetery. MARY SHIBE Mrs. Mary Shibe, formerly of Pomona, died yesterday at Independence, Mo., where she lived with a sister, since 1959. Mrs. Shibe, 63, was born Nov. 14, 1880, at Centropolis. She was married Nov. 3, 1937, to William E. Shibe, who died in 1959. She is survived by her sister, Mrs. Charles E. Woolam, Inde- >endence, and two brothers, Harvey Benham, Topeka, and John Senham, Wellsville. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Towner Funeral Chapel, Rev. Willard Noonan officiating. A service also will be conducted by the Pomona Rebecca Lodge No. 253. Burial will be in the Evergreen Hound Cemetry. Memorial Record BORLAND — Funeral services for Esther L. Borland will be held at the Lamb Funeral Home Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, Rev. Chas. P. Knight officiating. Interment will be in Highland Cemetery. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 Cut Wood For Ailing Neighbor A group of friends and neighbors of Gene "Dutch" Reh of the Williamsburg area cut wood for the Reh family this week. Reh lost an arm in an accident last year. Those who cut wood were Clyde Wyatt, Dale Smith, Kurt Weigand, Ezra Stewart, Max McClelland, Don Higdon, Carl Taylor, John Bures, Wendell Roecker, Don Pickenpaugh, Buzz Mallory, Lloyd Shriver, Herb Cochran, Charles Peed and Gene Hamilton. COLLEGE SWIMMING Pittsburg State 73, Warrensburg State 22 COLLEGE TRACK Omaha 60 2-3, Doane 50 5-6, Hastings 17>/i COLLEGE WRESTLING Fort Hays State 14, Nebraska 11 Club Forecast Sunday THE HARVESTERS, Westminster U.P. Church Monday FAITH CHAPTER, Gold Star Mothers MPM CLUB PAST MATRONS, Mrs. V. I. Crotts HAWKINS GRANDE JOB'S DAUGHTERS Tui-sflay AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY US ARMY MOTHERS CITY TEACHERS WIVES, Mrs. 8. B Bergsma CHAPTER AU, PEO, Mrs. E. E. Caylor ROTARY ANNS, Mrs. A. B. Martin REM, Mrs. Olivia Sleg MERRY-GO-ROUND, Mrs. Harold Stewart OTTAWA HAIRDRESSERS, North American Hotel, 6:30 p.m. POMONA FLOWER CLUB, Mrs. Harve Crow PRINCETON CIRCLE NO. 33, Ladles of OAR, Mrs. P. 8. Cannudy MARCIA CUDWORTH WMS Circle, Mrs. Sherwln Snyder, dinner 6:30 p.m. LEND-A-HAND, at Trinity Methodist Church CALVARY BAPTIST WMU, at church FIRST METHODIST Wesleyan Service Guild BOOTS and BUSTLES Square Dane* Club Quenemo Bats .500 With 8-8 QUENEMO — The Burlingame Bearcats fell to the Quenemo Buffaloes, 54-51, in an Osage County League game at Quenemo last night. The Bearcats shot ahead of the Quenemo team in the first quarter, 18-10, but fell progressively behind in each quarter as the game continued. Joe Hoover, was high scorer for the Buffaloes with 19 points and Jim Gragg was second with 15. Bob Masters for Burlingame was high with 20 points and Ed Markley was second with 14. Quenemo Coach L. C. Haughn's Buffaloes now have an 8-win and 8-loss record. The next Quenemo game will be at Waverly Monday, Feb. 11. In last night's B team action, Burlingame Coach Curtis Kenner's Bearcats won, 50-41. QUENEMO-54: Hoover, 7 5 0; Gragg, 7 1 5; Lewis, 3 5 0; Pinkerton, 202; Niehoff, 134. Totals, 20 13 11. BURLINGAME—51: Masters, 10 0 2; Markley, 6 2 4; Workman, 2 4 3; Hogle, 233; Seastrom, 1 0 3. Totals, 21915. Score by quarters: Quenemo 10 91911 Burlingame 18 61710 Southwestern Beats Baker By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Southwestern took over the Kansas Conference basketball lead Friday night with a 69-55 victory over Baker, and Friends claimed its first victory after 17 defeats, beating Kansas Wesleyan 7845. Southwestern (10-3) broke a 4040 tie on Don Turner's lay-up with 10 minutes left and turned to the fast break to pour in 10 points in the next four minutes to insure its victory. Turner, conference scoring leader, got 20 points. Baker is 6-8. Friends' victory marked Wesleyan's 10th straight loss and left both teams tied in the cellar at .-12. John Koetke made 30 points 'or Wesleyan ,and Clark Hay led Triends with 26. Baldwin Thirdln Little Seven BALDWIN - The Baldwin Bufl- dogs beat the DeSoto Wildcats, 53-49, last night at Baldwin, claiming third place in the Uttle Seven League. The Bulldogs took the lead in last night's game during the first quarter and held it throughout the game for the team's ninth victory of the season. Elvin Gilges was Baldwin Coach Dick Hedges' top scorer with 17 points. Allenbrand was high man for DeSoto with 13. Baldwin and DeSoto went into last night's play tied for third place in the league. Eudora won a hot battle with Spring Hill, 47-42, last night and holds first place with Spring Hill second. In B team action DeSoto won, 32-29. BALDWEV-53: Gilges, 734; Cleavinger, 5 0 3; Kreighbaum, 4 2 2; Elm, 2 0 4; Dillon, 2 0 1; Hobson, 123. Totals, 22 2 19. DESOTO—49: Allenbrand, 530; Osburn, 354; Caldwell, 2 3 3; Donhan, 2 11; Gabriel, 203; Me- Daniel, 222; Russell 11 2. Totals, 17 15 15. Score by quarters: Baldwin -.. 12181310 DeSoto 10171210 Maury Wills Gets $45,000 LOS ANGELES (AP)-The Los Angeles Dodgers have reward* Maury Wills for his baseball ex ploits of 1962 with a contract for $45,000. KC To Work For AFL Team KANSAS CITY (AP) - Lamar Hunt, wealthy young oil man who formed the American Football League to realize his dream of owning a pro team, says he'll move his champion Dallas Texans to Kansas City if the city sells 25,000 season tickets by May 15. Hunt's announcement Friday came after the City Council promised to enlarge Municipal Stadium and erect an office building for the Texans, and agreed to provisions for a stadium lease. The work would cost $300,000 to $400,000 in stadium and outdoor theater bond funds already approved by the voters. Twelve Strikes But No 300 RICHMOND, Ind. (AP)-It isn't easy to bowl 12 straight strikes in one game and miss a perfect 300, but R. M. Hobbs did it Friday night and scored only 299. Hobbs scored his first strike on the wrong lane. The error w« discovered and he started over on the right lane. Eleven more strikes followed, but his 13th ball—the 12th that counted—left one pin standing. Hebert Leads At Phoenix PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP)-Leading scorers after the second round of play in the $35,000 Phoenix Open Golf Tournament: Jay Hebert 62-67-134 Arnold Palmer 68-67-135 Gary Player 67-69-136 Dick Hart 72-65-137 Jack Nicklaus 67-70-137 Gardner Dickinson 69-68—137 Johnny Pott 70-67-137 Tommy Bolt 70-67—137 Bill Casper Jr. 70-68-138 Don January 71-67—138 Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10%-Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 5 p.m. Day Before Publication — 5 line Ads accepted up to 9:30 a.m. day of publication WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word .. 6e 3 insertions per word .. 15e 6 insertions per word .. 24c 12 insertions per word .. 45c 26 insertions per word .. 90e Cash minimum 48e See SMITH for INSURANCE ROBERT EDMISTON STORES. IN& MONDAY BIGGEST EVER SALE NIGHT OPEN MONDAY for AdW in Monday's Herald for the BIGGEST SALE we have ever h Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $106 2 insertions no change .. $150 Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount Blind Ads — 50c extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks Our sincere thanks for the many kindnesses extended to our mother, grandmother and sister during her.long illness, and also for the many beautiful flowers, cards and other expressions of sympathy. — Robert and Naomi Cole; Beverly Ann Cole; Russell, Ruth and Wallace Crow; LaVonne Peterson; Earl Crow. Lost and Found FOUND man's 2-5455. gold watch. CH SALE DATES ^ Print? and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction ever; inesoay night 1 p.m., lue N. Uain. Community tale every Thmday mint. UM N. laaln. ' Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon, Kansas Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—48. Ottawa RFD 1 franklin County Bale Company Cran North Ottawa on Highway t( Feb. 11 — Stocker & Feeder Bait at Franklin County Sale Barn, l mile North, Ottawa, Kansas on Highway 58. Feb. 12 — Kenneth Coffman Farm Bale 3V, miles West of LeLoup, Kas.. ot 7 miles Northeast of Ottawa, Kai 1 p.m. ' Feb. 14—Floyd Carter Est., 4'/i miles Northwest of Lane, Kas., l p.m. Jack Nenon Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock fait, OverbrooL Kansas Bvwy Wedaasday •vary rnday - Alira County u*» atock aaflt'oo flat at* KuaM.

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