The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 13, 1963 · Page 3
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WillfatniBurg Newt Improving Homes In Community By THE SENIOR CLASS The spring season seems to be calling for activities around the home. Mrs. ClarabeUe Dancaster is having her kitchen remodeled, and the Timberlakes are having some remodeling done in their living room and dining room. Mrs. Jerry Kerns and Jim Fogle, Williamsburg High School graduates, made the dean's honor roll for the fall semester at Kansas State University. Mr. S. T. Thornton entered Santa Fe Hospital at Topeka. Mrs. Dorothy Staley, Floy McElfresh, Foster Roberts and Garth Betry attended the public hearing of the House State Affairs Committee in support of bills for statewide prohibition and local option on malt cereal beverages. They also attended the noon luncheon of the Kansas United Dry Forces and visited the morning session of the House of Representatives and the various offices of the state executives. The American Legion Auxiliary met at the legion hall with Mrs. Charles Bush, president, presid ing. The legislative chairman, Ruth Davis, reported on the importance of the Veteran bill which has been presented by the American Legion in Congress. Clara Dehn, Americanism chairman, read part of a speech by Herbert Hoover on American inheritance. Joyce Starosta gave a report about her duties as page in the state House of Representatives. She served Feb. 13-14. The card party will be March 14 with Mrs. Jess Edgecomb hostess. The annual birthday potluck supper will be March 20 at 7 p.m. All veterans and families are invited. Mrs. Lyle Sutherland and Mrs. Henry Farney are hostesses. The hostesses were Mrs. Etta McMillan and Mrs. Lelia Hegle. Eighteen members were present. The auxiliary women welcomes anyone who wishes to help sew carpet rags at the Legion hall Wednesday night, March 13. Word has been received of the death on Feb. 17 of Mr. Cal Byford, Van Couver, Wash. The By fords were former residents of Williamsburg. MARITAL DIFFICULTIES — Los Angeles Dodger baseball player Bill "Moose" Skowron is shown with his wife, Virginia, and their son, Gregory, in this 1958 photo. Attorney for first baseman said March 12 that Skowron and his wife filed divorce actions against each other last summer. Skowron flew to his Hillsdale, N.J., home from Miami and lodged complaint charging his wife with criminal adultry. First Jet Flight In His 80 Years By BERNICE HOLDEN WELLSVILLE — At 80 years of age, Bernhard Fleming found his first jet flight to California lighly satisfying, and he would recommend it to others. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming traveled by night on the trip out which was at an altitude of 31,000 feet. i took two hours and 45 minutes to reach Los Angeles from Cansas City. Meeting the Flemings at the airport was her daughter, Mrs. la B. Wiser, and son, Jim. Vhile visiting Mrs. Wiser, they went to see the Farmers Market, ftiotts Berry Farm, and Marineland. They had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Hal Beatty, Culver City, lif. Mrs. Beatty is the former Mary Bosworth. They were guests of Mr. and Wrs. Al Schur, El Monte, Calif. Mrs. Schur is the former Laura Moherman. While they were at Use Lie Detector In Probe OLATHE, Kan. (AP)-Authorities announced a lie detector test indicates 20 - year • old Thomas Thorp told the truth about what happened when he was wounded and his 17-year-old fiance was killed by a shotgun blast. Lloyd Lee Harsh, 18-year-old football player at Olathe High School, is charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of Donna Dee Busby, a classmate, and with felonious assault upon Thorp. The shootings were on the night of March 2 at a picnic spot on the Harsh farm southwest of Lenexa. Thorp, who lived with the Harsh family, has been con- valescintj with his parents at End icott, Neb. James A. Wheeler, assistant county attorney, said he and investigating officers are satisfied Thorp is telling the truth. Thorp said the three had a wiener roast and he and Harsh turned to drinking after Harsh went for a pint and a half-pint of liquor. After a second absence from the picnic spot, Thorp said Harsh suddenly appeared with a shotgun and started firing without explanation. Harsh is scheduled for preliminary examination in magistrate's court Monday. He is free on bond but is a patient at a hospital in Kansas City. On advice of his attorney, he has refused to talk about the shootings. Child Drowns KANSAS Cmr (AP)-Five-year old Charles Andrew Ruisinger H slipped down the steep bank of • creeK near his home Tuesday and drowned in five feet of water The family lives in Raytown in the southeast suburbs. The boy's father is vice president of the Laurel Bank in Raytown and president of the Raytown Chamber of Commerce/ The Herald pays IS every week for the best newt tip turned in by t reader, the Schur home, Mrs. Mary Graves came fom Modesto, Calif., especially to visit the Flemings. At a buffet turkey dinner for family and friends, the guests included Mrs. Frances Kline and Mrs. Helen Taylor, sisters o) Marion and James Bosworth. The Flemings visited at Desert Hot Springs and Palm Srpings with her girlhood friend and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chester. Mrs. Chester was formerly Dorothy Work of Ottawa. The Chesters took the Flemings to see the date festival at Indio. Their return trip was by je plane in the daytime. Even while flying at 33,000 feet, the Flemings reported the view magnificent While they were going over the Grand Canyon and Painted Desert, they could see the snow-capped Rocky Mountains with Pike's Peak in the distance. A river be low appeared in the scene like a pencil mark, but the coloring was fully visible. WelltvilU Newt , Pastor Lenten Speaker By BERNICE HOLDEN Rev. Jim Nabors, minister of the Wellsville Methodist Church, will speak at the Burlington Kethodist Church at 7 p.m. Sunday March 17, in a Lenten series scheduled by the pastor, the lev. Charles Bennett. On Wednesday, March 27 the Wellsville Methodist Church will be host to a discussion group of Methodist pastors. Guests for this meeting will be Bishop Eugene Slater, bishop of the Kansas area. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kramer and Tracy have returned from 12-day trip to the lower Rio rande Valley, Tex. They made :he trip to take his father, Ben Kramer, to Mercedes, Tex., to spend a few weeks with his brother, E. 0. Kramer. He expects to remain until the first of April. The Kramers spent their spare time fishing and caught a nice amount. Cottage prayer meetings in preparation for the revival services at New Hope Baptist Church, March 24-29, were held. At the George Gould home, Mrs. Raymond Carpenter was lesson leader, and Mrs. Dale VanHorn, reporter. For the meeting at the F. M. Clark home, John Foulkrod was leader. Mrs. Kenneth Cordle was lesson leader, and Mrs. John Foulkrod, reporter. Rantoul News School Music Program Scheduled Friday Night By MRS. GAIL GILBERT The music program of the Rantoul Grade school will be at 8 p.m. Friday, March 15, in the .gymnasium, instead of the 22 as previously announced. The public is invited. The regular St. Patrick's supper, given by the Rantoul Presbyterian women will be Monday, Serving will start at 5:30, and everyone is invited. Mrs. Hazel Briles, Casa Grande, Ariz., accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Stella Caylor, has left for her home. Dale Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Evans, is a patient Richmond Area News By MABEL CHANDLER Lloyd Schweitzer who was dismissed from Ransom Memorial Hospital, March 3, was taken to Augusta where he will be cared for by his daughter, Mrs. Ross Sackman and Rev. Sackman. Herman H. Kramer purchased the Tapley schol house and an acre of ground sold at auction Saturday. Proceeds from the building, contents and ground amounted to approximately $750. Nell Jewell was a guest at the meeting of the Fortnightly Club at Mrs. Edwin Horstick's home. Mrs. Albert Dunbar had the program, "Editorials from the Farm Journal." Fourteen were present. The March 22 meeting will be with Mrs. Virgil Smith. Mm. Maudic Dancaster and Linda Peters have been dismissed from the Anderson County Hospital. Walter Miller was taken to the Anderson County Hospital Saturday afternoon to be treated for a heart condition. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Platt have moved from Garnett to L. L. Chandler's house. Mn Earl Wall, Sr., and Mrs. Earl Wall, Jr., were hostesses at the all day meeting of the Busy Bee Club at Central Community Center Thursday in the Miami County Hospita where he has been for two weeks Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Johnson and Billie, Layton, Utah; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Debbie, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson, Council Grove, were Tuesday supper guests at the M. R. Stevenson home. Mrs. Robert Geisinger and three children, Owasso, Okla., were guests at the Rev. Albert Smith home last weekend. 0. K. Johnson and Terry, Kenneth Evans and Phyllis Finch left early Sunday morning for Layton, Utah. Mrs. Johnson and Billie will remain here until after school is out. John Borland, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Borland, has reported to duty in the Air Force in Massachusetts after a 2-week leave. John Glenn Speaker NEW YORK (AP)-Marine Lt. Col. John H. Glenn Jr., firsl American to orbit the earth, wil be the principal speaker at The Associated Press annual luncheon on April 22. Paul Miller, president of The Associated Press and head of the Gannett group of newspapers, made the announcement Tuesday He said Glenn would discuss the space program of the Nationa Aeronautics and Space Adminis tration and the meaning of the program to the future of the Unit, ed States. Approximately 1,500 editors am publishers from the United States and Canada and guests are ex pected to attend the luncheon at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. The Associated Press meeting and luncheon will inaugurate a week of meetings of newspaper executives, including the annual convention of the American Newspaper Publishers Association. THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, March 13, WIDE s\ Now is fhe time to buy — See the best used cars in Ottawa where : r 1 prices are low and quality is high from your dependable OK Used Car Dealer -MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC. 1959 Plymouth Sto. Wag. A sharp one — 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power- flite, Power Steering - Brakes, Factory Air Conditioning, Low Mileage. 1959 Ford $795 Excellent First or Second car — 2-Dr., Six, Standard Transmission, Radio, Heater. 1957 Oldsmobile Dependable transports- tion, 4 Door, Super 88 Hardtop, Radio, Heater, Hydramtic, Power Steering and Power Brakes. 1957 Mercury $550 Drive This One — 4-Dr., Hardtop, Merc-o-matic, Radio and Heater. Hungary Flooded BUDAPEST (AP) - Melting snow sent flood waters raging over widespread areas of Hungary Tuesday, causing at least one death, and swamped some major railway lines. Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service GILLILAND'S Recapping T- Vulcanizing Rt. 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis 6 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 is 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 INCOME TAX Takelt to BLOCKI Fait, accurate tax servkt at lowest cosM Often we save you more than you pay In hidden deductions. Save time ... save money ... see Block TOOAY-TO- NIGHTI •OTH Nation's Largest la.\ jpi-watisi.s - :i4ti Offices Across the U.S. 201 VaS. Main Week Days 9-9 p.m.—S»t. £ Sun. 9-5 — CH 24324 Appoiafanent Necessary, 1962 Chevrolet Impala, V-8, 4-Dr., Hardtop with Powerglide, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Brakes, Seats. Factory Air Conditioning. 1962 Oldsmobile F-85 Cutlass Coupe with Hydra- matic and Heater. 1961 Chevrolet Impala V-8, 4-Dr. Hardtop with Powerglide, Radio, Heater, Power Steering. 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 4-Dr. with Standard Transmission, Radio, Heater, Backup Lamps, Tinted Glass. 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 2-Dr., Hardtop with Standard Transmission, Radio, Heater. 1961 Chevrolet Six, 2-Dr., Standard Transmission, Radio, Heater. 1961 Dodge Dart, Radio, Heater, >Jew Pow- erflite Transmission, Original Tan Finish, Local One Owner. 1961 Dodge Six, 2-Dr., Powerflite, Radio, Heater, I960 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 4-Dr., Standard Transmission, Radio, Heater. 1959 Chevrolet Six, 4-Dr., with Standard Transmission, Radio, Heater. 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., Powerglide, Radio, Heater. 1959 Plymouth V-8, 4-Dr., Hardtop, Powerflite, Radio, Heater, Power Steering and Brakes. 1959 Chevrolet V-8, 2-Dr., Powerglide, and Heater. Radio 1959 Oldsmobile 88, 4-Dr., Hydramatic, Radio and Heater. 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 4-Dr., Powerglide, Radio and Heater. 1959 Oldsmobile 88 with Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering. 1959 Plymouth Radio, Heater, Automatic Transmission, Power Steering and Brakes, Original Red and White Finish. 1957 Buick 4-Dr., Hardtop, Dynaflo, Radio and Heater. 1957 Oldsmobile 88, 4-Ddr., Hydramatic, Radio, Heater. 1957 DeSoto 4-Dr., Powerflite, Radio and Heater. 1957 Buick Century Model, 4-Dr., Hardtop, Dynaflo, Radio, Heater, Power Steering and Brakes. 1957 Buick 4-Dr., Hardtop, Dynaflo, Radio, Heater, Power Steering and Brakes. 1957 Oldsmobile 4-Dr., Hydramatic, Radio, Heater. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 2-Dr., Hardtop, Powerglide, Radio and Heater. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., Powerglide, Radio, Heater, Power Steering and Brakes. 1955 Chevrolet Six, 2-Dr., Standard Transmission, Heater. 1955 Pontiac 2-Dr., Hardtop, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater. 1955 Plymouth V-8, 4-Dr., Powerflite, Heater. Radio, 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air, 4-Dr., Standard Trani- mission, Radio, Heater. 1954 Pontiac 4-Dr., Hyfiramatic, Radio, Heater. 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air, 4-Dr., Powerglide, Radio, Heater. 1953 Chevrolet 2-Dr., Standard Transmission, , Heater. TRUCKS 1959 Ford l!/a Ton Truck, Reater and Defroster. 1958 Ford 1 Ton Truck, 4 speed, Heater. 1957 International Vz Ton Pickup, Radio, Heater. 1951 International 2 Ton, 5 speed Transmission, Heater. 1949 Dodge W Ton Pickup, Heater. 1948 GMC IV-i Ton Truck, Heater. // You Bought a Car and Didn't See MOORE - You Lost Money! MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS., Inc. 412 South Main Ph. C H2-3640

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