The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 28, 1963 · Page 3
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People In The News By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mrs. John T. Huckabee of Memphis, Tenn., knew she was getting an income tax refund when she received the government envelope in the mail. She had applied for a $245 refund. But the check was for $10,531.20. Internal Revenue Service officials suspected an error by a key punch operator. Sir Winston Churchill has been named an honorary citizen of Hawaii. A State Senate resolution in Honolulu cited Sir Winston for "contributions to the cause of the free world." Honolulu artist William Erwin will give Churchill a painting of Churchill, done on black velvet. Judge Charles K. Whittaker of Kansas City, Mo., former associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, says some blame for rising costs rests with businessmen who usurp company funds by virtue of their titles. He accused both businessmen and labor leaders of too much self-interest. Whittaker made his comments before a legal institute. Wellsville News Boy Scouts Entertain Leaders By BERNICE HOLDEN Wellsville Boy Scouts held a skating party at Olathe for all the Scouting families in Wellsville. About 65 skaters, both adults and children, joined in. The Boy Scouts and Webelos had a swimming party Tuesday night, March 26, at the Ottawa University pool. This group will continue holding swimming parties on Monday nights, April 1, 8 and 15. Another family skating party is planned for April 29. Arriving Tuesday, March 19, for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Willis, were Sgt. and Mrs Don Willis, who have jusl returned from Germany. Willis has been stationed in Germany a little more than four years and has been with the 4th Signal Group, USAREUR. Following a 30-day leave, he goes to Fort Ord, Calif. Hostesses for the West Windy community meeting Thursday night, March 21, were Mrs. Elmer Sieg and Mrs. L. B. Schendel. A potluck supper was followed by cards Women's high scorer was Mrs. Melvin Folks Men's high scorer was Jack Corwine. Mrs. L. B. Schendel and daugh ter, Lois, attended Baker Day Saturday morning. Lois, a Wellsville High Senior, plans to attend Baker next year. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. In Uniform Baptist WMS Has Meeting Mrs. Virgil Thomas gave the rogram topic, "Bethel Neigh- orhood Center," last evening at forth Baptist WMS meeting at he church, assisted by Mrs. Claence Keith, Mrs. Clyde Grif- n, Mrs. A. W. Reefer and Mrs. larl Richardson. Mrs. Earl Baxter gave a pray- r and Mrs. Fred Kaub conducted business. She announced that he Baptist Women's Confer- nce will be held in Ottawa in fune and the WMS meeting of Wiami Baptist Association will 3e April 15, in Louisburg. Mrs. A. W. Keefer gave the eport of the nominating committee and Mrs. V. C. McDowell edicated the love gift. Maza Evans Circle served re- reshments. GETS WINGS — 14. J. R. Homing H, son of Dr. and Mrs. Joe Henning, 725 S. Cedar, has his, flight surgeon .wings, pinned on by his wife during graduation ceremonies at Naval Air Station, Pensacda, Fla. PROMOTED — William C. Posey receives congratulations from Col. Leslie A. Arnold after being promoted to sergeant first class. Posey, son of Mrs. Hugh Willis, Wellsville, entered the army in 1947. He is stationed, on Okinawa with Military Police Group. Posey's wife, Harriet, lives at Honolulu, Hawaii: To Study Cattle Price Decline WASHINGTON (AP)-Five Midwest members of Congress said Wednesday they will initiate an inquiry into the recent sharp decline in cattle prices. Sens. Stuart Symington and Edward V. Long and Reps. Leonor K. Sullivan and W. R. Hull Jr., all Missouri Democrats, and Sen. George McGovern, D-S.D., announced the decision after meeting with cattle industry representatives. Symington said congressional committees will be asked to study the impact on cattle prices of: Failure of consumer prices to reflect the lower prices paid to beef producers; the small number of retail store buyers who set the prices of wholesale meat; misrepresentation of expense account regulations formulated by the Internal Revenue Service, resulting in decreased demand in restaurants for prime beef; and increased importation of beef. The congressional group met with J. B. Dillingham, president of the Kansas City Stockyards Co.; M. J. Flynn, Kansas City Livestock Feeder and Commission Co. official, and James H. Regan Sr., Omaha livestock feeder. The trio said they couldn't understand why consumers have failed to benefit from a 12-cent-a- pound drop in wholesale beef prices. rected the roll call. Mrs. Harry lybolt was hostess. Officers elected were Mrs. Arthur Cohus, president; Mrs. Marvin Durbin, vice president; Mrs. toward Garrison, secretary, and Mrs. Bob Ledom, treasurer. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 a. m. Thursday —1. For March—23. For 1963—84. Folk Music For Program Mrs. Bruce Spears was guest speaker for Child Study Club last evening. She gave the history of folk music and demonstrated different types. There was group participation in singing of sev eral songs and a reel. Mrs. Herbert Johnson introduced the speaker. For roll call members told their favorite type of music or favorite composer. Mrs. Lelan Davis di- Shop Our For Biggest Selection of Heels for Easter White-Bone High Mid Heel 5.99-7.99 Patent-White High & Mid Heel $X99 ; 6 PAINE'S Boot*ry Program On Landscapes Mrs. Claude Webb, sponsor for Omicron Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, gave the lesson, "Nature's Landscape and the Artist's Landscape," for the chapter meeting last evening. Doris and Beverly Hjorth were hostesses. The group voted a contribution to the PTA milk fund and elected new officers. The officers are Mrs. Charles Anderson, president; Mrs. John Gutschenreitter, first vice president; Mrs. Gerald Garrett, second vice president; Mrs. Joe Karleskint, recording seecretary; Mrs. Bill Boucek, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Edward Pence, treasurer; and Mrs. Tom Toulouse, city council representative. Plans were made for rituals and an installation service at the next meeting. Mrs. Boucek and Mrs. Don McKelvey assisted the hostesses in serving refreshments. LESS BULK! LIGHTER WEIGHT! FULL POWER AND FEATURES! NEW NEW DISPOSABLE OVER 1 H.P. HIP-TOP LID Sanitized® MOTOR DUST BAG • Cord-Holder Handle • Blower Attachment • Handy Toe Switch • Rollaway Wheels • Suction Adjuster • Vinyl Bumper t Unbreakable Nylon Hose • All-Steel Construction Small Deposit- Si.25 Per Week COMPLETE WITH DELUXE I-PC. SET OF CLEANING ACCESSORIES CANISTER CONVENIENCE SIMPLE AS A-B-CI NEW MODEL! NEW DESIGN! NEW FEATURES! Today's Biggest News In Uprights Is Now Today's Biggest Buy In Cleaners! 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Mrs. Ivan McFad- dcn presided. The lodge observed the 149th birthday anniversary of Seyler Colfax, Rebekah founder, with a ceremony by Mrs. Myrtle Graham, Mrs. Lee Shobe and Mrs, Clara Smith, and elected Mrs. Viola Rodgers as trustee to replace Mrs. Ruth Hoopes who resigned. Mrs. Adam Wicke gave a report of the Diamond Rally at Pomona Monday night with 22 members from Ottawa present. Mrs. Pearl Davidson of Lane Lodge was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gibson and THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, March 38, 1MI m 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loyd refreshments from a table decorated with spring flowers. Ottawa Herald 1962 FIRST IN KANSAS At bit! I ' ^Jt toa-iM •. tun Publlatied dally eieept BOMMy ••• Holidays. Second elaa» poMM* •> °*" tawa, Kansai Robert B. WellUtftO Editor Ana Publlihtr SutMcriptmn tniea IP trHrt* «r»«— Bf mail, one month 11.00, three month*. 13.00, Bli months, 18.00, one j««r ».«0. SuDscnpUiio diet uutctd* UluU «tM —By mall, one month, H.M; ibrM montna J4.2S: iU inooUM. . 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