The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 14, 1963 · Page 12
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 12

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, March 14, 1963
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, March 14, 19«3 FOREIGN VISITOR — When employes of an auto parts supply firm in Liberal opened for business one morning this week, this is what greeted them. Jo Murphy, bookkeeper, looks over stranger. It evidentally is a capybara, largest o! rodent family and common to South America. It was not known how animal got to Liberal. Wellsville News Junior Garden Club Ready For Spring By BERN1CE IIOLDEN "Getting Ready For Spring" was fte lesson given by Mrs. E. E. Turner for the meeting Monday evening of the Rose Junior Garden Club at the Wellsville Baptist Church. Presiding was Diane Moore Marcy Layton called the roll. with 21 girls answering on "What I plan to plant this Spring." Mrs Bernhard Fleming passed out the new yearbooks. r Mrs. Wayne Wild served St. Patrick's Day refreshments. their work at the Jesse Lee Children's Home. Word from the Davidsons is that they are settled in a small cottage on the grounds and are enjoying their work. Davidson had two years of work at the home prior to returning to this area for the past months. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Davidson, Cindy and Julia have returned to Seward, Alaska, and Denies US Fired At Red Trawler i WASHINGTON (AP)-The State Department has denied a Soviet charge that three American warships fired on a Soviet trawler last Friday. Six Navy destroyers fired gunnery exercises in the area— 7t miles east of Norfolk, Va.—but the nearest surface ship was 12 miles away, five miles beyond the destroyers' maximum antiaircraf range, said a statement issued Wednesday night by the State Department. The surface ship was not identified and a spokesman said he did not know if it was a Soviet vessel. In its protest the Soviet Union said two cruisers and a destroyer fired dummy — nonexplosive— shells near a Soviet ship. This, said Moscow, was "an act of sheer wantonness which could have grave consequences." Lincoln White, State Department press officer, said he did not know whether the antiaircraft shells fired by the destroyers were dummies or live ammunition. A formal reply to Moscow's protest along the lines of Wednesday night's statement will be made, he said. The statement described the loc- Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Davidson, Ferrelview, Mo., spent Saturday with the Robert Couriers. Mr. and Mrs. DeeWayne Paugh and family, Kansas City, Mo., were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Paugh Saturday and evening supper guests of the Courier family. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Morrow entertained Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Albert Miller's birthday. Refreshments were served to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilier and Mr. and Mrs. Frank loan. Attending the Rebekah School of Instruction . at .Ottawa were Ruth Larrick, Linnie Tyler, Thelma Pierce and Genella Patton. who were present for the morning and afternoon sessions, and Oma Brechiesen, Delia Seyler and Ora Seyler, who were present at the banquet and memorial service. Mr. and Mrs. John Leecy moved last weekend to 826 North Main, Ottawa. Items shown at seventh grade social studies "Curiosity Day" included a watch chain carved from a piece of hedge by Mike Holtwick's great grandfather, C. W. Hill. In every other link is a ball that rolls around. Mike also brought a piece of petrified wood. Kathy DeVore showed some unusual berries, and Jo Ellen Coughenour, an assortment of old postcards. Billy Lytle showed an old butter paddle, and Gary Higbie, a Winchester rifle 80 years old. ation as ognized area." "an established and rec- U.S. Navy operations To Probe JFK News Program WASHINGTON (AP)-The administration's public information program—criticized as sometimes becoming an effort to manage news—will go under the probe of a congressional subcommittee March 19 and 31. Announcement ,ot the hearing dates caused cancellation of another conference on the issue which had been set up by White House press secretary Pierre Salinger. He had arranged for a give-and- take session with spokesmen of major news media for April 5 and 6 at Warrenton, Va. Tuesday night he sent telegrams to those invited that his conference now seemed unnecessary since the same people are to participate in the hearings of the,House Government Operations subcommittee on government information. Wants Ungraded High School ST. LOUIS (AP) - A Florida ugh school principal has recommended adoption of ungraded ligh schools. B. Frank Brown, of Melbourne, Fla., told a convention of 3,200 curriculum supervisors here that students learn better when they can move at their own rate without regard to age groupings. Grades, he said, serve "as a comfortable coterie in which school administrators can, and do, catalogue youngsters for custodial purposes and forget them for a year." Dr. Walter B. Waetjen, director of the University of Maryland's Bureau of Educational Research and Field Services, said girls are Jetter learners than boys because here are more female teachers. Ie said a study revealed "that he student whose sex is the same as that of the teacher made higher scores on standardized algebra tests than students whose ex is opposite." Flooding Is Over But Misery Isn't By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I Prestonburg, water was reported Iff.^j _____!_ > * L i I nirat* it*M **n •*!»•»*• •_*.£.___ __ AL_ Mud, muck and misery greeted thousands of families returning to their homes today in portions ol five southern states hit hardest by rampaging rivers and streams. Other thousands were homeless still, but the torrential rains were over and the flood waters were receding in most sections. Property damage mounted to many millions of dollars, and massive cleanup operations added to the cost. Thick mud coated homes, businesses and roads in some areas. Occasional mudslides blocked streets. Parts of southeastern Kentucky and southwestern West Virginia were declared disaster areas by President Kennedy. Fifteen deaths were attributed to the floods and five persons were missing. Six died in West Virginia. 'our in Tennessee, two in Ken- iucky, two in Virginia and one in Alabama. Volunteers built an emergency wall of dirt to augment a flood wall at Prestonburg, Ky., and the >arrier turned back the Big Sandy River with just four inches to spare. At Paintsville, down river from over the parking meter* on the main street. About 1,000 of the 2,400 persons in the town were evacuated, but a Civil Defense spokesman described the situation as well in hand. Promotion For Former Ottawan James C. Allison, son of Bruce Allison, owner of the North American Hotel, advertising has been appointed manager of Tube- sales, a distributor of steel and aluminum tubular products. He has worked in the firm's Los Angeles headquarters for the past three years and will direct its newly initiated national advertising program. Allison was graduated from Ottawa High School in 1945 and married the former Norma Thomas, also of Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. Allison have two children, Kim- jerly Susan, 9, and Michael, 7. They now live in Whittier, Calif., a suburb of Los Angeles. Get a foretaste of Spring at our Produce Count- era. They're a veritable Garden of Eatin' blooming with an eye-filling variety of the finest of the freshest early spring fruits and vegetables. We rush them to our market daily and place them on sale immediately at prices that enable you to enjoy the best for less. Fresh Ground Beef 2 Lbs 79c Lean Perk Steak Lb 49e Sweet Rasher Bacon ....„,. RED RIPE BEAUTIES Tomatoes 2 23 FLORIDA LARGE STUFFERS PEPPERS 2 For 15c LOW IN CALORIES CUCUMBERS 2, 15c Swift's ProTen Vets Dog Food 12 $1.00 Beef Roasts u 49c Beef Short Ribs 2 u, 59e Swift's Prem 12-oz. Can Great Northern Dry Beans 2 £ Texas Carrots Lb Red Ball Tomatoes Tubes Shurfine Stuffed Olives No. 12 Jar Forest Park rl BuHer ...... .Sfc. 59c Pkg. Del Monte Pineapple-G'fruit Drink... 4 ^ 89c Hunt's Tomato Sauce S lOc with $3.00 purchase Taste-O-Sea Frozen FISH STEAKS ? k ° gz 39c Ida Treat Frozen French Fries 9-oz. 25c Chef Frozen WAFFLES 2 IS. Golden Shore Breaded Shrimp p 1 --' 55c Shurfine Orange Juice 4 6-oz. Cans Cucumber Chips 2 t 49e Folger's COFFEE Large Tide 33c All G £ 79e CLOROX FANCY CALIFORNIA CELERY Large Stalks 25c U.S. NO. 1 FANCY JONATHAN APPLES 3 L ^39c U.S. NO. 1 TEXAS CABBAGE tt 6c YELLOW GLOBE DANVAR ONIONS 3..19C SEED POTATOES NO. I RED POTATOES 10 - 39 SELECT COBBLERS CERTIFIED BLUE TAG COBBLERS 100-Lb. ..Bag 100-Lb. ..Bag $2.98 $3.69 SELECT RED Half Gallon IVORY Shurfine Tom. Juice 4 *;;: $1 Shurfine Canned MILK 8 FIG BARS Tall Cans Lb. Box $1 49e OGG'S Market 602 Maple Ph. CH 2-3442 — We Deliver Niblets CORN .... 2 12-oz. cans 39c Light SPRY .. 2 Ib. can 67c Carol COOKIES 14-oz. pkg. 29c Fruit COCKTAIL .. .2 303 cans 49c TUNA light chunk 4 No. }{, cans $1 MODESS ....., 2 pkgs. 89c OXYDOL large size 34c PONTIAC CERTIFIED BLUE TAG PONTIAC 100-Lb. Bag 100-Lb. ..Bag $2.98 CERTIFIED BLUE TAG EARLY OHIOS '1? $4.49 Onion Sets YELLOW WHITE Lbs. 2 FRIWPUEST STORE TOWN Earl May Garden Seeds WAYWTRFI FOOD MART PUHTI vr FREE PARKIN6 i!7 N. MAIN 'PEN WEEK DAYS 8 AM lo 6PM SATURDAYS 8AM to 8=30 Pi FRONT I BACK DOOR ENTRANCE & CHECK OUT

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