The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 12, 1963 · Page 5
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Wellsville Newl MYF Schedules Prayer Breakfasts During Lent By BERN1CE HOLDEN MYF prayer breakfasts arc being held each Wednesday during Lent at 7 a.m. at the Wellsville Methodist Church. A membership training class for youth will be each Sunday during Lent at the church. The class is taught by the Rev. Jim Nabars at the regular Sunday School hour, 9:45 a.m. Mrs. EWon Whiteaker, presi- Lane News Lesson On Christian Symbols By MRS. GAIL CHAMBERS Mrs. La Verne Ellis gave the lesson on "Christian Symbols" at the WSCS meeting. Mrs. Oscar Henderson and Mrs. Lillian Allen were presented honorary membership pins. Miss Ethyle Welton, Ottawa, sister of Mrs. Henderson, was a special guest. Mrs. E. C. Nicholas joined. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Charles Bump Mrs. Jerry Triplett, Mrs. Ross Kimball and Mrs. Don McDougal. Mrs. Larry Nickley and Bobby, Atlanta, Neb., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Porter. Mrs. Larry Porter has returned to Long Beach, Calif., where her husband is stationed at the Naval Base. Bernadine Russell, Climax, worthy grand matron of the Grand Chapter of Kansas, Order of the Eastern Star, presided at the school of instructions of District 7 with the assistance of district aide, Edith Chambers, Lane Evelena Chapter, at the Lane Masonic Hall. Ninety - nine members were presented with all the chapters in the district represented, Osawatomie, Paola, Louisburg, Fontana, La Cygne, Parker and Lane. The banquet was in the Lane Methodist Church Annex. The room was decorated as a flower garden. The table had baskets of red roses, with red rose bud nut cups. The: dinner was served by the church women. Ninety-five attended the banquet. Mrs. William Owens was in charge of the Garden decorations and tables. dent of the Woman's Missionary Society, announced that the worn en of the Wellsville Baptist Church are opening their homes every Thursday morning for cot tage prayer meetings in prepara tion for the revival meetings to be led by Richard Green. The following homes will be open for prayer: March 14, Junior Chapel; March 21, Mrs, Lutie Birckhead; March 28, Mrs. Jack' son Dunham. Prayer services will be from 10 to 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Agnes Stuart has been hired to teach the fourth grade at Edgerton for the 1963-1964 school year. Mrs. Stuart has been teaching at Rock Creek School east of Wellsville in Mi ami County the past eight years Announcement is made by J W. Tomlinson, commander of the Wellsville American Legion pos that the date of the birthday supper has been changed from March 14 to March 19. Member of the post, its auxiliary unit am their families will meet in the Legion Hall for a covered disr supper March 19 at 6:30 p.m Announcement was made that the PTA parent • daughter banquet has been re-scheduled for April 26, 6:30 p.m., in the high C Kin* fisrtmw fynXeO,. h,, f *,. VnlM ^ ".. ..Cancel all my appointments." school gymnasium, was scheduled It previous- for Friday ly night, March 8. Taking the National Merit Scholarship test at Wellsville High School were Marilyn Shoemaker, Dean Lawrenz and Bill Coughlin. Alton Williams, guidance counselor, administered the test. Let Wrong Man Out KANSAS CITY (AP) - Tommy Warren Hammack, 26, escaped from the city jail Sunday by posing as another prisoner who was supposed to be released. Hammack previously had escaped from the state prison sawmill near Henley, Mo., Feb. 12 while serving a four-year term tar car theft. He was arrested in Kansas City Saturday in an investigation of an attempted robbery. When officers called Michael R. Vestal, 20, out of a bullpen for release Sunday, Hammack identified himself as Vestal. He left wearing Vestal's trench coat and took Vestal's property, including $55. The escape was discoverec when Hammack's wife arrived a the jail to visit him. Richmond News Family Attends Feast Of Nations At K-State By MABEL CHANDLER Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McClure and Judy attended the Feast of Nations luncheon at the Kansas State University Student Union in Manhattan Saturday. Judy returned home with them to spend the weekend. Mrs. John Strobe!, who was hospitalized at Trinity Lutheran Hospital a month, where she underwent surgery, has returned home. Thirty people attended the Lions' dinner meeting at Brocks Cafe. The group went to .the Roeckers • Sigler Agency room where Berea 4-H members presented the program. Donnie Roeckers, demonstrated uses of Electricity. Donald Pra thers' subject was "Driving Safe ty." Leon Sobba, demonstrated phases of "Photography." Denny Dunbar discussed soil conservation. Connie McClure told of the opportunities 4-H provide. Willing Workers met Tuesday with Mrs. Claude Whiteford to quilt for Mrs. Harris. Ten were >resent. The March 19th meeting will be with Mrs. Sanford Shaw. The Leisure Hour Club met with Mrs. Roy Brook. Mrs. Floyd Brock arranged the program and had Mrs Robert Lickteig demonstrate artificial respiration. Mmes. Lewis Brock, Abe Severns, Lela Duffey and Miss Mabel Chandler were guests. The March 27 meeting will be with Mrs. Alvin Hornberger. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber have named their son, born March 6 at Ransom Memorial Hospital, Ricky Allen Eight stitches were taken in Mrs. Maxine Peine's leg at the Anderson County Hospital. Twenty-five attended the K of C meeting at Scipio. Plans were made for a Day of Recollection at Scipio on March 31. Cole. Top Speller WELLSVILLE - Winning the jrade school spelling contest to wcome Wellsville's champion speller was a sixth grader, Joyce THE OTTAWA HfeRALD f Tuesday, March 12, 1963 Runner-up was Billy Lytle who is alternate. Billy, a seventh grader, was Wellsville champion last year. - VI HOOVER Clearance Sale HOOVER Convertible Nothing cUont your rugs at well at the easygoing Convertible only Model 32 $59.95 HOOVER POLISHER-SCRUM! Givet your floors that handrubbod look. Also scrubs the floor. Model 5130 You Know Our Service is "KEEN 11 Now Try Our Sales The KEEN Co. 114 South Main CH 2-3490 B.O.W. EXPRESS, Inc. Merle Paul, President and Manager formerly Densil Cox Truck Line Ottawa, Kansas—P.O. Box 205—Phone CH 2-5425 Kansas City, Mo.—S19 West 25th St.—GR 1-4008 TRY US FOR EXPRESS SERVICE at FREIGHT RATES WHY ME Lud Sticks Up For Navigation BREWSTER, Kan. (AP)-Lud Strnad, western Kansas fanner and member of the President's Agricultural Advisory Committee, today sharply criticized a state official who had said that navigation on the Kansas River is not yet practical. Strnad has been urging a study of possiible commercial navigation on the river from Kansas City to Salina. Last Thursday, Dwight Metzler, executive secretary of the Kansas Water Resources Board, said navigation is not feasible at this time. "If navigation on the Kaw River or any other long-range plan is to become a reality it will not be done by individuals like the secretary of the Kansas Water Resources Board," Strnad said. "K Kansas is to become a factor in the national industrial program and in agriculture, then it becomes imperative that we have access to cheap and practical water transportation." Plan Church Conference WELLSVILLE — Rev. Homer Ganong, pastor of the Wellsville Baptist Church, announced that the coaching conference of the Miami Baptist Association on "Winning The Children For Christ" will be in WeUsville on Thursday, March 14. The conference will be 'conducted by Paula Shockley, American Baptist Convention headquarters, Valley Forge, Pa. The program will include film strips, lecture and discussion groups, and panel discussions. Mr. Ganong, will present a devotional and a challenge. The conference will begin at 9:45 a.m. an close «t 3 p.m. with lunch at the church. MUST YlAB? PAA Tb» Herald pays *> every week for tbt bwt newi tip turned in by « radtr. One good reason: Plymouth beat Ford and Chevrolet In 8 out off 10 events at Riverside! No doubt about it any more, Plymouth Is the performance champ of the Plymouth-Ford-Chevrolet league. It proved itself by winning events like zero to sixty, passing tests, the quarter mile and even the economy run. 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