The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 14, 1963 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, February 14, 1963
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Says Cities Becoming Image Of Hell ST. LOUIS (AP)-Churches ire permitting cities to become an "image of hell" by forsaking the Gospel, a chaplain told national church leaders Wednesday. The Rev. Malcolm Boyd of Detroit said church people are still worrying about altar decoration while today's primary Christian problem is neighboring housing. "We have permitted the modern cttjr to become an Image of hen, not recognizing God's presence in its forms and structures," he said. The Rev. Mr. Boyd, Episcopal chaplain to Wayne State University, told the National Council of Churches' Division of Christian Education, "the churches have become a part of the dehumanizing process in the city. They are over-organized, exploit the power acceptance, and too often follow acceptance, and t oooften follow the dollar instead of the Cross." The Rev. Donald Benedict, general director of the Chicago City Missionary Society, agreed, saying American churches put their own survival before the Gospel. "They exist only to continue their own existence," he said. Cream Separator Just What Korean Missionary JN ceded By BERNICE HOLDEN Wellsville Correspondent Herald readers who recall a recent item concerning an outmoded hand-cranked table model cream separator being sent to Korea for use there will be interested in knowifig that the recipient is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Schowengerdt, Wellsville. Dean Schowengerdt, who has been working in Korea under the Methodist Board of Missions for 10 years, is an agricultural missionary. His work is at the Union Christian Service Center at Tae- jon, Korea. His mother, Mrs. B. F. Schowengerdt, Reserve, noticed the cream spearator while in an appliance store at Falls City, Neb. The separator was paid, for at a cost of $32 by the WSCS of the Reserve Methodist Church which also paid $36.56 for shipping it to Korea. It is expected to fit nicely into the work of the center which was established "to provide a practical demonstration of the application of the teachers of. Jesus Christ to the everyday life of the people of Korea and to train men and women to be leaders in Christian service in this country." The center came into being when Christian leaders of several denominations saw that a united effort was needed to express the concern of the Church for the economic, health, and social welfare problems of the people in the face of Communism, which swept through the country to divide it after its liberation from Japanese rule. Cooperating in this service project are the Korea Mission of the Methodist Church, Korea Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the USA (now the United Presbyterian Church in the USA), Korea Mission of the United Church of Canada, Korea Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the US and the Salvation Army in Korea. Located at the center are the Christian Rural Life Institute, Tuberculosis Rest Home, Ch'ung Nam Foundling Home and cannery. Schowengerdt is treasurer of the center and vice director of the Christian Rural Life Institute. In a circular letter which the S. F. Schowengerdts received at Christmas, Dean and Marjorie Schowengerdt noted that 38 men and 27 women were graduated from the Institute on Nov. 15 and left to begin working in their rural villages. In a pamphlet concerning the center is pictured some of the achievements at the institute, including men's farming, women's farming, home canning, dairy, ru- rual extension and magazine publication. A dariy barn was built from material furnished by CARE. Mrs. Dean Schowengerdt is director of the Ch'ung Nam Foundling Home which provides a home for orphaned and abandoned babies under five years of age who cannot be given proper care in older children's orphanages. WprJ at Christmas was that 42 babief at the Baby Fold had responded well to love and care. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Feb. 14, 1963 T 4 Super-Right" Quality, Tender, Juicy TENDER RIB STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK Wedg« Bone Removed 4 4 4 SENSATIONAL DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK A>P MEAT OFFER! on Meats-Fish-Poultry If You're Not Satisfied In Every Way! WE'RE SO SURE A4P "Super-Right" Meats are EVERYTHING You'll want them to be . . . We'll give You TWICE the Price You Paid if You'ra net Completely Satisfied! And that goes for AAP Poultry and Sea- feed, tee! Offer Good through Feb. 16th. Special Feature, Banquet Boned Chicken t 10-44 LD. /wg., lender, rancy t Grade "A" Turkeys m 10-12 Lb. Armour Star Cooked-Whole or Half I Semi-Boneless Hams r D ttt *.n*L_ fender. *1A^ I L fl»L ft Tender AA- •• 39 ^^^^^ ^^^ B _^^^ 69' ^ Beef Short Ribs ££ lb 39c Lamb Rib Chops **, * Ground Chuck MIT u, 79c Meaty Spareribs Tender Beneleu, Sirloin Tic Shoulder Cut Tender Lb Rump Roast ? Veal Chops ^ Veal Rib Chops T C d ; lb ^ Lamb Roast ^ Leg-0-Lamb r 98c 85c $1.09 Square Col Shoulder Lb. Shin-lone •••moved Whole or H.H lb. Pork Steaks Pork Butts Smoked Picnics " lbAv9 Sliced Bacon Armour Star lb. Allgood l-lb. Brand Pka. Lb. 99e Link Sausage 49c Braunschweiger Smokies Sausage Chicken Breasts Frying a. Pk .. Stewing Hens Lb. Lb 49e ib 39c !£ 49c IE u, 49e »T 59c ror 2r£99c 39e 4-0 Lb. Avg. Pin-Ready Lb. Cap'n John's, Fresh-*) -Lb. ided ft Pkg. Fish Sticks ?± F ±:- V^SSc Froien, Breaded Ocean Perch Hl ^;,.7'* lb 69e ONE FINE QUALITY... AT ONE LOW PRICE! > Special Feature — AAP Cream Style Golden Corn 2 25 r U. S. No. 1, Firm, Fresh, Idaho Russet W» «•?• I^Wo) I f Illlllp llWIIf IVIOIIW l\W«*9wl ^^gJBl^fcj. ^^a^Bfthv ^tfl^HfeW ^^ff^HgW POTATOES 20 99 JONATHAN APPLES 3 £ 39 Fresh Tomatoes ,£ ».29c Avacados ^VaL. t . lOc Orange Juice £- 2 ".« 89c 29c Fresh Carrots >~« 2 ^,. I So Potatoes H.^.r,. 2 ^ 29c Fresh Broccoli V± r ... 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JAI 49 Pillsbury Rolls Pie Cherries Pie Apples lona Peaches '""" -29 C Fruit Cocktail Special Feature — Fresh Crisp Saltines Special Feature — Wisconsin Fancy Muenster or Brick Cheese Krispy Crackers '-" 'C31 e Spry Shortening Club Crackers " 'C37 e Wishbone Maxwell House '"- '- 'I 39 Waxed Paper 67 e Northern Tissue 3 Fancy, Crushed Sultana, 5 Fruits 3 16-or. Cons 46-oz. Con 20-ox. Con 29-oz. Cans 49 C 35 C 31 C FLAVOR KIST Mild Sweet Mb. Pkg. Lb. 29 49 2^65* 37* " 100-Ft. Rell c«° "sss THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY, INC. 23* 4-37' Prices Effective Thru February 16th 5-oz. Can 25 Sultana, Thrifty Surtnyfltld, Inmd Tuna Flakes Red Salmon Chili Con Came ^ - 29« Hy Power Tamales 2-49* Heinz Chili Sauce "^ 37* •Bi^BI I Bi^^ I U^elaav CJM«W ^^V •• •/<• •flC« ^^ew BB^BM ^ik Baby Foods ^-- 7 ^79* _ Jane Parker, Fresh-Baked Cherry Pie ,1 ffiT | fJUJiijBi eBBBW Reg. 49c Special 39 Spanish Bar Cake Ball Donuts Layer Cake Buttermilk Bread •*** 9Q* Sp«M 4iW 29« Pfcg, ef6's Special Chwry KM Jane Parker Leaf 25' LIBBEY GLASSWARE COUPON NO. 5 Good This Week SAVE 50c on Each Set with this Valuable Coupon ' 3-piece Glassware.. .99c (5)^ I (Cooler — Medium Goblet — Juice) I 1 LIBBEY STARGLOW DEEP- ' I CARVED CUT GLASSWARE I i With This Coupon (Without Coupon $1.49) • I Good Feb. llth thru Feb. 16th | I Limit One Per Family F when you buy 48 at th« regular price For th« price of th« rciulir p«cki|« of 48 Our Own t«« bags, plus le mora, you t«t 64 tea bait. YOU PAY ONIY 56 A\P JEAS FOR TASTf AND SAV/NGS .43

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