The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 15, 1963 · Page 3
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READY FOR CLUB DAY — Four members o! Clover Leaf 4-H Club model costumes they'll wear in square dance competition tomorrow during County Club Day activities in Ottawa senior high gymnasium. From left are Mary Beth San'arpia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Santarpia, 513 S. Cherry; Sammy Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cook, 328 N. Cherry; Diana Triplett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Triplett, 506 S. Cherry, and Kevin Ralston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ralston, 531 S. Cherry. (Herald Photo). Williamsburg News Sutherland Grocery Store Closed After 35 Years By THE SENIOR CLASS Sutherland's Grocery Store was closed for business last week after having served its many customers for 35 years. Sutherland began the grocery business in Williamsburg in 1928 in the building on the east side of the street which is now used for Sunday School classrooms. The following year he moved his business across the street to the building which is now occupied by Reiner's cafe. In 1945, in order to install frozen food lockers, Sutherland purchased a larger building west of the one which he then occupied. Here he continued to maintain a grocery store and meat market. The frozen food lockers were closed a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland express sincere thanks to their many friends for their patronage during the years that they were "a part of Main Street" and served the community through their grocery store. Members of the sophomore class participated in the state testing program. The differential aptitude tests were in two sections, verbal reasoning and numerical ability. Results will be returned to the school sometime in April and will be transferred to the individual profile sheets. Results will be used in discuss jrig future plans of the student with the student or with his parents. Jack Hobbs and Coach Louis Coppoc went to Lebo Wednesday afternoon to draw for the district basketball tournament which will be the last week in February. Schools participating in this tournament will be Lebo Olpe, Waverly, Pomona, Williamsburg, Osage City and Lyndon. Lt. and Mrs. James M. Fogle of Manhattan, Kansas, are parents of a daughter born Feb. 6 She weighed 8 lb., 3% oz. and has been named Janet Kay, Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, D. B. Fogle, Williamsburg. The LTL met in the Sunday School rooms Feb. 6. George iteward, president, opened the meeting after which the group sang "America." Mrs. Edna Adams gave devotions. The group sang the LTL song and "Ten Little Brain Cells." Debbie Norton, Mary Milliken and Carolyn Ashcraft led the flag salutes. After explaining the program for he 2-year period, Mrs. Adams gave a flannelgraph story on 'The Cost of Drinking." Fifteen children, including two new members, Kent Hobbs and Connie Thornbrough, were in attendance. The meeting closed with the LTL salute. Following the meeting, games were played and refreshments served by Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Pearl Butter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaw, formerly of Richmond, have bought the Thomas Beal farm east of Williamsburg. They moved into their new home Sunday. Frank,Hanson has been graduated from Class "A" Engineman school at Great Lakes, 111. He is home on a 15-day leave before he reports aboard the USS Iwo Jima at San Diego, Calif., for a tour of sea duty. St. Antony's Alter Society of Homewood met Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 6, at the home of Mrs. Dale Smith. Plans were completed for a Feb. 24 pre-len- ten party and potluck dinner for the members of the parish al the Homewood Township Hall. The next meeting will be March 6. The meeting place will be announced at a later time. Mrs. Neal Forbes went to Kansas City Sunday to enter the clinic .at Research Hospital for a checkup. 'rom a tour of duty with the Navy and is serving on the USS Midway. While there, they visited with their son Terry who also is serving on the USS Midway. Before returning home they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Southard of Sea Side, Calif. Hurts His Toe On Cash Sack COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP)-An unidentified Columbus man almost broke a toe finding $7,410. Noticing a bag lying on a sidewalk Thursday, he gave it a hefty kick. The bag didn't budge. Then he discovered the bag contained money, including lots of coins. He and a companion dragged the heavy bag to a telephone and called police. Arriving about the same time as police was an embarrassed Brinks, Inc., driver who had overlooked the sack while loading several others into an armored truck a little earlier. Mr. and Mrs. Ed been ill with flu. Blair have Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thornbrugh have returned from a 10-day trip to California. They took Mrs John Thornbrugh and children Tony and Julia, to Almeda, Calif, to join John who has returnee Orders Respect For Flag SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP)-An Army general ordered soldiers and civilians at Ft. Sam Houston to' show more respect for the flag and indicated Thursday they might be arrested if they do not. Maj. Gen. Ralph Mace, commander of the post, said his order applies during retreat—the ceremony that goes with lowering the flag at day's end. Mace said soldiers or civilians who disregard his order might find themselves charged before the U.S. commissioner. But he did not say what the charge might be. Gen. Mace said he has seen officers, enlisted men and civilians ignore retreat and keep walking or driving. He said even people passing in a car fall under the order. A civilian driving by at retreat time—5:30 p.m. — must stop, get out and stand at attention while saluting, he said. Legal experts said soldiers who disregard Mace's order might find themselves in trouble for violating the Articles of War but little can be done to civilians. An Army spokesman said Mace's order is meant mainly to make civilians aware that they— as well as the military—are supposed to salute the flag when it is raised or lowered. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Track Recapping Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt. 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis 6 I AUTO PARTS, INC. We Now Are The Distributor for / Rust-Oleum Points 124 West 2nd The best in Industrial and Implement Paints We Now Have the Entire Line Available to Us. CH 2-5420 FUN FOR ALL-ALL FOR FUN OTTAWA NEIGHBOR NIGHT Monday, February 18 8:00 P.M. Ottawa Municipal Auditorium 45 Silver Dollars In Prizes Farmers Come and Bring Your City Friends 302 North Main Association Phoiw CH 2-5171 TUB OTTAWA RHtAlD Friday, Frtniiry II, UM Come and Get 'em ... Our inventory of the best Used Cars in the midwest must be reduced this week or we send the majority of these fine cars to the Kansas City Auto Auction, February 20. We are offering all these cars to you our friends and customers at WHOLESALE PRICES* Stop in today and save at MOORE'S where customer satisfaction comes first. 1962 Chevrolet Biscayne You'll have to see this one to believe it. V-8, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Powerglide, Power Steering and Power Brakes. 1960 Dodge Dart Luxury Transportation at a reasonable price. 4 Door, 6 with Radio and Heater. Power-flite Transmission. $895 1961 Plymouth Here's a slick car. V-8 Plymouth, 4-Dr., equipped with Radio, Heater, Power Steering and Power Brakes. 1957 Ford A good second car. Two door with radio and) Heater and Fordomatic Transmission. $395 When buying a Used Car we recommend that you consider the following: Buy a Used Car from a dealer you have confidence in! A dealer who will stand behind the car and has a service shop of his own to insure that the car has been properly serviced. Buy from a local dealer (we hope you try us first). Spend your money wisely and with care .- . . it is yours so get the most from your money . . . and Moore's offer just that. The Used Cars qualified to carry the "OK Chevrolet Guarantee" are new car trade-ins and are mostly local one owner cars. Because of this "OK Guarantee" it in necessary for us to give each car a more thorough check than most dealers selling Used Cars in this area. It is a responsibility we must have in order to insure you, the Used Car buyer, of the very best value money can buy. Here's A Partial Listing of Our Used Cars To Choose From 1962 Chevrolet Impala, 4-Dr., Hardtop, Radio, Heater, Power-Glide Trans., Power Steering and Brakes, Power Seat, Factory Air. 1962 Dodge Dart, 2-Dr., Hardtop, Radio, Heater, Power-Flite Trans. 1961 Oldsmobile Wagon, Six Passenger, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Power Steering and Brakes and Air. 1961 Chevrolet Impala, 2-Dr., Hardtop, Radio and Heater, Power-Glide. 1961 Corvair Monza, 2-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide. 1961 Chevrolet Six, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Std. Trans. 1961 Chevrolet Six, 2-Dr., Radio Heater, Std. Trans. 1961 Dodge Dart, Original Finish, Radio, Heater, Powerflite Transmission, One Owner. 1961 Oldsmobile 88, 4-Dr., Sedan, Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Ar. I960 Corvette 4-Speed, Heater. I960 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater. I960 Chevrolet 4-Dr., Six Cylinder, Radio, Heat er, Standard Transmission. 1959 Ford Galaxie, V-8, 2-Dr., H.T., Radio, Heater, Ford-0-Matic. 1959 Chevrolet Brookwood, 4-Dr., Sta. Wagon, Radio, Heater. 1959 Oldsmobile Super 88, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Factory Air. 1959 Oldsmobile 88, 4-Dr., Heater, Hydramatic. 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide. 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide. 1959 Chevrolet Biscayne, V-8, 2-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide. 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide, Power Steering, Brakes. 1958 Chevrolet Biscayne, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater. 1958 Ford Fairlane, 4-Dr., V-8, Radio, Heater and Fordomatic. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., H.T., Radio, Heater and Power-Glide. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., H.T., Radio, Heater and Power-Glide. 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88, 4-Dr., H.T., Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Power Steering and Power Brakes 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., Radio. Heater, Power-Glide, Factory Air. 1957 Chevrolet 210, V-8, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Power-Glide. 1957 Chevrolet 4-Dr., Sta. Wagon, 9-Pass., Six, Radio, Heater and Power-Glide. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Turbo-Glide, Power Brakes, Steering. 1955 Chevrolet 4-Dr., Sta. Wagon, Radio, Heater, and Power-Glide. 1955 Ford Excellent second car. 4-Dr. Sedan, Radio, Heater, Standard Transmission. 1955 Plymouth Belvedere, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Power-Flite. 1955 Studebaker 2-Dr., Sta. Wagon, Radio, Heater and Overdrive. 1954 Chevrolet 210, 4-Dr., Heater and Power- Glide. 1954 Ford 2-Dr., Radio, Heater and Ford- 0-Matic. 1954 Ford Six, 2-Dr., Radio, Heater and Overdrive. 1954 Pontiac 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Hydr. 1953 Chevrolet 4-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1953 Plymouth 4-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1953 DeSoto 4-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1952 Studebalcer 4-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1 952 Chevrolet 2-Dr., Heater and Power-Gift* 1951 Chevrolet 2-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1950 Oldsmobile 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Hydr. TRUCKS I960 Chevrolet 2-Ton, Radio, Heater and 2-Spd. 1959 Ford V^-Ton, Heater. 1959 Ford Heater and Radio. 1959 Ford I'/a-Ton, Six, Heater. 1955 Ford Vi-Ton, Heater. 1951 IHC 2-Ton, Radio, Heater and 2-Spd. 1950 Chevrolet l^-Ton, Heater. 1950 Chevrolet iMi-Ton, Heater. 1949 Dodge Va-Ton, Heater. // You Bought a Car and Didn't See MOORE- You Lost Money! MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS., Inc. 412 South Main Ph. CH 2-3640 . tife. . »,

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