The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 22, 1963 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Friday, February 22, 1963
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',-, 's - v ' - vasr- ,>?&,; >v <•"' s-v - > '^^3fcfk..'X''i MADE PINS FLY - These seven bowlers led their teams in and Helen Stilling, Marilyn Miller, Jean Isham, Neta Thrasher, tournament play last night at Ottawa Bowl Lanes. From left: Nancy Lollar, who scored a 521 scratch series, best of the night, Schoolmarm Hard To Beat If anyone's going to beat Nancy Lollar for the all events titles in the Women's Bowling Association Tournament, there's this about it: Either they'll have to bowl like mad in the singles and doubles events Sunday at the Royal T Lanes, or Nancy will have to stub her toe. The Lincoln schoolmarm rolled a 521 scratch series, 156-178187, last night in the fourth round of the tournament team event at the Ottawa Bowl Lane. The night before she hit 552. Tournament rollers in the all events categories count the 3- line series rolled in each of team, singles and doubles events. There are handicap and scratch divisions in the all events category, and, so far, Nancy is ahead in both with her 552 scratch and 656 handicap totals. Nancy's scores was the highlight of last night's session, as none of the six teams in action was able to knock either the VFW Auxiliary (Class A) or Petrex of Texas (Class B) out of first place in the tournament team standings. There were some changes down the line, however. Bienie's Garage took over fifth place in the Class A division with 2728. Beau- tyland rolled into second and Bond's Cleaners, with Miss Lolar starring, shot into third in the B Division. Here are the standings to date, with 11 teams to roll in the finale tonight: A division — VFW Auxiliary, 2816; Moore Chevrolet, 2806; Todd's Insurance, 2803; KOFO, 2765; Beinie's, 2728; Wright's Studio, 2711; Arnold's Jewelry, 2704. B division — Petrex, 2834; Beautyland, 2761; Bonds Cleaners, 2719; Kansas State Bank, 2676; Romstedt Grocery, 2651; Nitcher's Floor Service, 2627. Rolling at 6:30 tonight will be Fairmont Dairy B, Parmelle B, Helen & Bill's A, Royal T A, Pence's Food Center A and Kramer's Drugs B. The 9-o'clock shift includes Ottawa Bowl B, Wills Cafe B, McFadden's Painting B, Gambles B and Saturday Mixers A. Other high scorers last night were Helen Skilling with 471, Marilyn Miller with 454 and Jean Isham with 453. Laff-A-Day © Kii* r«*ttnw SriHficnte, tat, 1963. World lijfcto RMCT«L This is one of those days when nothing seems to go wrong." Doctor, Lawyer, Merchant And Once Knew A Chief CYNTfflANA, Ky. (AP)-Death has ended the colorful careers of Amos R. Graham, who, as in the nursery rhyme, was doctor, lawyer and merchant. He wasn't an Indian chief but he had a memorable encounter with one. Graham, 96, died Wednesday in • Lexington hospital. As a youth in the Kentucky mountains, Graham assisted the local blacksmith-dentist. He held patients' heads while the dentist pulled teeth with homemade forceps. Graham became a doctor and later a lawyer in the way it was done 75 or 80 years ago—informally. He learned doctoring by assisting a Fort Worth, Tex., physician and reading his books when he was 19. "It wasn't long before I knew enough to be a doctor," he later recalled. "Back then they didn't ask to see a certificate." New Leaders In ABC Play BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)-The 6-' jay-old American Bowling Congress Tournament had a rash of new leaders in the top 10 bracket today The Arco-Rex Amusement team of Trenton, N.J., swept into first place with a 2,956 series Thursday night. Gerald Rathgeber led with a three-game total of 640. The Hickory Recreation team of Sharon, Pa., took seventh place with 2,887. One pin below was the Cromer Heating Co., of Wilmington, Pel., with 2,886. The Totson Corp team of Akron, Ohio, took ninth with 2,878 after the Stacks Pro Shop team of Scottdale, Pa., had moved into fourth with 3,92t He passed out pills in Oklahoma for five years before an incident— a strong dose of calomel for an ungrateful Indian chief—prompted him to quit medicine. Later he opened a store at Cynthiana and retired about 20 years ago. Rantoul News LLC Plans St. Patrick Supper By MRS. GAIL GILBERT The LLC of Rantoul Community Church met at Fellowship Hall Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Eber Swanson and Mrs. Willard Miller hostesses. Mrs. Albert gave the last lesson on Book of Romans. Mrs. William Foster, president, was in charge of the business meeting. It was voted to have a St. Patricks supper at Fellowship Hall Monday, March 18. New study books were passed out for the year. More than $7 was taken in from the auction. Refreshments were served to 19 women and two children. Mrs. Damon Moon was taken by ambulance from Ottawa Thursday evening to Anderson County Hospital in Garnett. She, with Mrs. S. D. Needham and Mrs. Ray Redick, was attending White Shrine Lodge when she was stricken with a heart ailment. She is improved. Kenneth Johnson, who drives the school bus for Rantoul Grade school, has purchased a larger txis from the Waverly Public School. Francis Moon left by plane from Kansas City Thursday for Butte, Mont. Bill Ding Says... Give YOUK OLD HOUSE APPRAISING EYES AND YOU'LL DECIDE TO MODERNIZE e lOCAt TkADIMARK*. IM. New siding can do more to bring your home up-to-date. Costs less than you think. Armstrong Siding Aluminum Siding Redwood Siding Cedar Siding Asbestos Siding All from Nationally Advertised Companies College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST New York U. 80, Notre Dame 79 Connecticut 68, Manhattan 64 Long Island 81, Bridgeport 61 Boston U. 59, Tufts 53 SOUTH Furman 59, Wake Forest 53 VMI 85, Richmond 60 The Citadel 71, Arkansas St. 57 MIDWEST Cincinnati 91, N. Texas St. 61 Drake 81, Tulsa 65 Okla. City 99, Loyola New Or. 79 FAR WEST Gonzaga 76, Idaho St. Coll 51 Washington 61, Wash. State 56 Ariz. St. Coll. 93, St. Michaels 71 No Age Limit on Car Insurance Free Quotation SMITH Insurance and Bonding Agency Paola Couple Notes 72nd Anniversary PAOLA, Kan. (AP) - In the quiet of the old farmhouse where they came to live in 1893, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Sherar marked their 72nd wedding anniversary today. "It doesn't seem so long," she said. "We've never had a serious argument—I guess because we lad the good sense never both to get mad at the same time." She will be 94 in 10 days, and he will be 93 on June 25. Their romance started when she was an 18-year-old school teacher at Spring Ridge School in the country six miles west of Paola, and was her 17-year-old pupil. His r ather was pastor of the Spring Ridge Presbyterian Church. They courted almost four years and lave lived in Spring Ridge ever since they were married. Mrs. Sherar keeps house. She was reluctant to give up her old wood cookstove after they got an electric range several years ago. He has no regrets that bottled gas relieved him of gathering up the wood for their heating stoves. He doesn't walk to Paola and back, as he once did almost weekly; but te still makes walking tours to visit the neighbors. The farm land is rented now. Both can read, with glasses, and hey are in reasonably good lealth. 'When I was 6, I signed a temperance pledge in the campaign to make Kansas a prohibition state, and I never broke that pledge," he said. "I've voted for every Republican nominee for ^residence since I cast my first ballot in 1892." The only special event on their anniversary schedule is a 12 mile rip to Ottawa for dinner as quests of a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Nutt of nearby Osawatomie. Another daughter, Mrs. John Ldnday, b'ves at San Jose, Calif., and their son, Harold, at Grand Junction, Colo. The Sherars have seven grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren and there has never been death in the family they founded 72 years ago today. Neat Prisoners BROOKSVILLE, Miss. (AP) Four prisoners who escaped from jail were recaptured Thursday when they stopped for a haircut. Quenemo News Start Good News Clubs In Germany By MRS. SALLV PERRY The Quenemo Good News Club observed Child Evangelism Emphasis Week by having guest day Monday. Rev. Ray Fenley gave a pastor's view of chUd evangelism. Mrs. Harry Meneley gave the lesson. Twenty-one children and 12 adults were present. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hahm, a young couple from Germany who have been studying in this country for the past two years, have returned to Germany and are holding teachers training classes and organizing Good News classes in Germany. They plan to go to Pakistan next fall as missionaries. Lawrence Stadcl suffered quite a loss when his hay barn was de stroyed by fire. The barn was 40 by 80 feet and was three- fourths full of hay, alfalfa and prairie. The cause of the fire was not determined. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fields have leased the Faith Cafe in Quenemo from H. F. Coppedge. Jim Stover, Wichita, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Perry and Jim. Stover is teaching in the grades at St. Anthony School in Wichita and in May will be a chaperone to the School Band of America and the mixed chorus for a trip to Europe. The group will visit Eng land, Belgium, Switzerland, Ger many, Italy and France. Other weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Green and Kenny and Hal Logan, Topeka. Poured Acid On Jukeboxes BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (AP)Charges of malicious injury or damage to property have been filed here against four Wichita, Kan., persons in connection with alleged pouring of acid on juke boxes, Similar charges also have been filed in Tulsa against the Kansans, Gene Leverene Patterson, 36; Dawn Janette Mullins, 25, Noah Edwards Childers, 24, and Childers' wife, Willie Faye, 22. They were arrested in Tulsa in connection with alleged damging of music machines in several Tulsa and Bartlesville night spots. Preliminary hearing on the Tulsa charges is set for Feb. 25. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, February 22,1981 Set Hearing On Unification TOPEKA (AP) - Tha HoUM Education Committee wiH litteA next week to both sides of thi school district unification ques* tion. Committee Chairman Jdhn Hd** er said a hearing for tiiose. favoring unification will be at 2 fi.m. Monday in the auditorium of th* Kansas State Teachers Association Building. ; Opponents will be heard at 2 jfc m. Tresday at Topeka School. A unification bill tiM drafted by the committee to replace a 1961 measure that wa» declared unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court. REGISTER NOW! for $169.95 Motorola Console STEREO Given Thurs., Feb. 28 No obligation — Register Now! A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 Bennett's Flavor - of - the - Month Available at all BENNETT Retail Dealers at the BENNETT RETAIL ICE CREAM STORE COFFEE - HOT CHOCOLATE PEPSI -- ROOT BEER MALTS -- SHAKES -- SUNDAES HAMBURGERS — CHEESEBURGERS CHILI — CONEYS — FRENCH FRIES PORK TENDERLOIN — HOT DOGS Retail Ice Cream Store CH 2-4974 212 N. Main ANNIVERSARY It Costs No More To Own The Best! 23" CONSOLE TV1 ISO »i. in. reel, picture artn — IS" overall ding. m*at. 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