The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 3, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 3, 1963
Page 5
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I RleKmentl N«wt Put New Machine To Work r By MABEL CHANDLER A new print-and-punch money order machine recently delivered to the post office was put into use March 30, reports post mas. ter Elden Lyon. The town basketball team, sponsored by Richmond Merchants, placed third in the tournament at Westphalia. Mrs. Wally Frank and Lori, BartlesviUe, Okla., are here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bones, while Wally is playing in the Pan-American basketball tournament at Kansas City. Mrs. Ray Marshall and daughter, Shreveport, La., and Mrs. Elmer Andregg, Gamett, were recent dinner guests of Mrs. Leonard Starit. Mrs. Alma Bastin received word that her sister-in-law Mrs. Alfa e rt Bromley, Fleetwoods, Tenn., had died. The condition of Lewis Chandler, a patient at Anderson County Hospital, shows improvement. The garage on Mrs. John Gretencord's farm four miles southwest of Richmond burned. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Davis, who had lived on the Will Neal farm the last 14 years, have moved to Valley Falls. Mrs. Lone Bishop Johns, San Gabriel, Calif., has written Mrs. Allie Murray that her brother, Leroy Bishop, 46, Whitney, Tex., died and was buried at Rose Hill Memorial Park Cemetery, Whittier, Calif., on March 25. The Bsihops formerly lived in the Prairie View neighborhood west of Richmond. CWO and Mrs. Eddie Morford left Thursday for their home in Temple, Tex., after a visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morford. Twenty - five attended the Friendly Circle meeting at the Fellowship Hall Thursday. The women quilted for May Kepple. Mrs. Cecil Vining arranged the program for the Leisure Hour Club at Mrs. Alvin Hornberger's home. She had as guest speakers Mrs. Wanda Baud and Mrs. Clair- belle Cecil who discussed Social Security, Civil Defense and the Welfare program. The April 17th meeting will be with Mrs. Willard Collins. Eighteen high school students went to Emporia via bus Saturday to take scholarship tests. Bethel-Centennial Easter THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, April 3, INS THE TIME TO SAVE! USE WARDS CREDIT PLANS! ~~itu<jpy ^glfi**yzp,^,^ Sill! J* L-.i. v^a „*•: !?'•>* ^1 tfJB* tf\ &' * <i ,/' '*$*' : . \ **«i.; > 7 * feii . '-V .-•t • J \*$f. ^ v"3V •Y"* /j -.f.'At,^^"' M t mm *t"~ r: '£« **i \ »c i^i®' W ;>••* f |i- r FRILLY HATS DAINTILY TRIMMED IASTER BONNET! Wards fresh-as-spring hats for little girls in nylon organza, nylon lace or rayon braid. Pill box, cloche and brim styles. Trimmed with ruffles, posies. 3 to 6x. »«•* U -OJ &3K.I **?, t~«5l -•t r ~l *v m Sold t«tlutiv*ly by srs*"^ 'fev 'W'&fi- •/', Vrf • >:? < -*£& *&', "%Z+ t!'k >: & <t*'*. X'//i'- LAMINATED 1 ACRYLIC CREPE...FA$HION'f FIRST CHOICE IN NEW SPRING COATS CLASSICS FAMOUS BRENTSHIRE QUALITY, THRIFTILY PRICED 19 98 [A) Wards puts a value price on this full length fashion. Acrylic crepe laminated to foam ... Beige or red. 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Mrs. Mae Vance and Mrs. Charles Jones were given special membership pins and certificates. They also received pink carnation corsages. Memberships were given in memory of Mrs. Clarence Al bright and Mrs. Lou Featherston. A fellowship dinner was at noon in Thompson Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, iving in Wymoing, are moving Jr., and children, who have been living in Wymoing, are moving to Lawrence where he has employment. They have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Sr., and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McArdle, Ottawa. Ben and Donald Hoffman have returned home after spending the winter at Tucson, Ariz. Arlyss Baker attended the Art Convention at Kansas University Friday with 16 other members of art classes from Ottawa High School. (•'•TRU-COLDl CASH — Classified Ads Sell Household Goods Quickly! Economically! Dial CH 2-4700 Medal 3353 11313 •e.-TRU-COLDl S 30" GAS RANGE fits to look built-in! Completely matchless; 25" clock-controlled oven. 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