The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 13, 1963 · Page 12
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 12

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Wednesday, February 13, 1963
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Pot O 5 Entertainment In Tinian's Rainbow When the curtain goes up Thursday night on "Finian's Rainbow", Ottawa High School operetta, here are some of the people you'll see, and some you won't see but who have had a big hand in the production nonetheless: Tony Warren (left), son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Warren, 520 S. Locust, playing "Finian McLonergan", a man as Irish as the Kennedys and who wishes to be just as rich. Teresa Morrisey and Bill Douglas (right), playing "Susan" and "Og" the leprechaun. Teresa is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morrisey, 844 S. Mulberry. Bill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Douglas, 409 S. Sycamore. Now, for some people you won't see, take a good look above. Introductions, from left: John W. Jones, vocal music instructor and "Finian" director. Tom Jordan, art instructor who created the scenery which is almost as pretty as the girls. P. K. Worley, guidance counselor and technical director. Jane Feuerborn, speech and dramatics teacher and character and dialogue director. And Mrs. P. K. Worley, housewife and choregrapher. "Finian's Rainbow" combines fantasy, romance, sweet, sweet songs and homegrown talent, a mixture providing a pot of golden entertainment at both ends and in the middle for Ottawans. Showtime Thursday, and again Saturday, in Memorial Auditorium is 8 p.m. Tickets are available for a buck each. NO MONEY DOWN ON CREDIT AT WARDS-JUST SAY "CHARGE IT!" STAR SALE ENDS SATURDAY* LOOK FOR MANY MORE UNADVERTISED ITEMS SPECIALS * * * ORLON" CLASSICS WARDS SPECIAL! YOUR FAVORITE CARDIGAN STYLE 2 99 The always new, always favorite sweater style in softest Orion* acrylic ... the fiber that never loses its shape, never mats or pills. Wards has them in pastels, white and black. You'll want several at this tiny price. 34 to 44. Short sleeve slip-on. 34 to 42. 2.29 SAVE A BIG *41! ALL-FROSTLESS EACH «20 OFF! 612-COIL MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING Wards Style House "Quilt Queen Supreme" sleep set has luxurious gray/gold damask quilted surface; flange-stitched to keep ticking taut. Twin, full. AQ88 •V ^ IACH • ~ UNIT NO MONIY DOWN 13.5 CU. FT. TRU-COLD REFRIGERATOR » FREEZER 248 •ICULARLY 2M.95 NO. MONEY DOWN Spacious "zero-zone" freezer on top keeps 120 pounds of food fresh-frozen; has door storage for additional food packages. Refrigerator below contains 17.3 sq. ft. shelf space, plus convenient door storage. Crisper; butter keeper; egg racks. Adjustable cold control. SAVE A BIG 3.O1 REG. 16.98 COATS, ALL WEATHER WARD IMPORTS 13 97 bieek tailoring details here! Button fly front, tab collar closing, vent back, easy fit raglan sleeves. Cozy acrylic warmer to zip in when the temperature dips. In willow green, beige. Misses' sizes 8 to 18. Regular 10.98 coat without liner.... 8.97 Don't miss these buys I NEW! STRIPED TENNIS SHOES 1 66 2 PR. «3 Wards multi-color stripe or solid white in cotton poplin. Sizes: women's 5-9, girls' 12'/z-3, child's 6-12. I: MODERN POLE LAMP Save $5 each, and enjoy the decorative useful features ol this beauty. Buy two at this 'g savings. 9.88 EASY-CARE NET PANELS Reg. $1.29. Everlon finish ends starching, stretching.— Just wash and hang to dry. Size 40" x 81" — White and colors. II ELECTRIC DRILL 7.97 Reg. $2.98. 2.0-amp. motor delivers 2,000 R.P.M. no-load speed. Hurry limited quantities. MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS Reg. $39.95 each. 312 Coil Mattress. 63 coil Box Spring. You save $14.90 during this . sale. 8 oz. cotton ticking. — DOtn Hurry! LIGHT HXTURIS 3t TO 41% OFF •ACM Reg. 16.95 colonial pulldown in polished copper or brass; reg. 15.95 glass shade pendant, 17" in diam. SAVE 20% NOWS SIGNATURE AUTOMATIC TOASTER You get 2 slices per minute in the exact shade you dial. Crumb tray snaps open for easy cleaning. Chromed finish. Others, reg. 7.95 to 15.95, now 6.76 to 11. 88. A49 RIOULAILV 11.S7 Wmt lit Ch«r«« Ml

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