The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 18, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, April 18, 1963
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Pomona News Gifts From MYF By MARY HUDELSON At the Easter Sunday morning worship hour of the Methodist Church, Janet Lindsey, president, presented a lighted cross to the church as a gift from the senior MYF. A new front for the altar table, a gift of the' junior MYF, was presented by Marsha Baxter, president of that organization. Both of these pieces of woodwork were made by Albert Swallow. The cross is lighted from the back.' The first three letters of the Greek .alphabet, meaning Jesus, are placed in the center of the table front. On the left is the word, Alpha, meaning beginning, and on the right, Omega, meaning end. These symbols are in gold color on the light oak wood. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Neill were received into membership. The WSCS district meeting will be at the First Methodist Church in Iqla on .Thursday, ..April 18. Members wanting to attend are asked to contact Mrs. Warren Sellens. . Easter Sunrise Services by the junior-and senior MYF groups on the high school football field attracted 35 to 40 persons. James Baxter gave the opening -prayer. The Scripture was read by Bill Suits. Elaine Wittmann led the singing. The closing prayer was offered by. Barbara Jo Lindsey. The service was followed with a breakfast served in the church dining room by some of the mothers. Preparing and serving breakfast were Mrs. James' Driver;, Mrs. Neal Baxter, Mrs. , Dale Johnson, Mrs. James Lindsey and Mrs. Cook., , D T. Pierce left last Thursday for a visit with his daughter-Mrs. L. H. Carr, in Hitchkiss, Colo. Mr. and Mrs, E. E. Crawford entertained at a family dinner Sunday for Mrs. Robert Filbey, Elaine, Linda, Richard.... and Chuck; Mr, and Mrs. Russell Bulmer and Kevin, Michigan Valley; Mr., and Mrs. Bob Crawford: Susan Crawford, and Jim Goracke. The Bob Crawfords are moving to Ottawa. Li. and Mrs.' Kent Burns, Midwest City, Okla., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Burns, on a vacation from the U.S. Air Force. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bums and Becky, Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burns and son, Longmont, Colo., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Burns. Phillip Griffin, who joined the U.S. Navy recently, is home on his first leave to visit his parents. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dickey were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rhodes, Crescent, Okla. Mrs. Fred Cook received painful burns last Friday when the flames in the gas stove oven flashed out to sear her face. She is recovering satisfactorily. Mrs. L. J. Langley and Mrs. Elmerlee Langley returned Saturday from Lawton, Okla., where they were assisting in the care of a new grandson and great grandson, Jessie Lee Eubanks. The baby was born March 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Eubanks, Mrs. Eubanks is the former Sandra Langley. Since his birth, the baby has had pneumonia, jaundice and last week an operation for an intestional obstruction. Mr. and Mrs. George Lyon, Ariz., are here for a 2-week visit with her mother, Mrs. Sadie Dickey, and other relatives. Sunday callers included Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dickey, Healy; Mr. and Mrs, Robert Keim, Melvern; Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Rhodes, Crescent, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dickey, and Mr. and Mrs. John Dickey and family. Robert Hndelson, Hutchinson, WATCH your dog GO for Protein-Rich Chefcaef Beef «r liver THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 18, 1M3 was a weekend guest of his moth er, Mrs. J. A. Hudelson. Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Hudelson Nick Hudelson, Kansas City, Mary Hudelson, Mrs. J. A. Hudelson, and Robert Hudelson were dinner guests Sunday at the John Hudelson home in Ottawa. "Poor Man" Leaves Fortune CARTHAGE, Mo. (AP)-An 85- year-old widower who died in meager circumstances in Joplin on March 27 left an estate of $194,525, papers filed in Jasper County Probate Court indicated Wednesday. He was Herschel J. Shelton, a retired farmer who once lived in the Belton area on the edge of Kansas City. Shelton at the time of his death lived in a rooming house in a section of small store buildings on Main Street in Joplin. He left no will and his daughter, Mary Elizabeth Younger of Belton is the only heir. She was named to administer the estate and filed a $200,000 tyid in Probate Court. Mrs. Younjfett declined to discuss her fathsr and his estate. Most of the wealth was in personal property, an inventory showed. But He CAN Afford One TAMPA, Fla. (AP)-The tonsorial taste of the First Family has few supporters around Tampa. The Tampa Times surveyed Tampa citizens for their reaction to the European style haircut 2- year-old John F. Kennedy Jr. sported Easter Sunday. Some ridiculed it, some criticized it gently, all thought it impractical. Joe Cucciardo, barber: "If he's a boy, he should have a boy's haircut Otherwise, he looks like a girl. In the picture, it looks like he's wearing some kind of cold weather cap." Sadie Lobo, school secretary: He just looks like he needs a haircut and can't afford it." He's Alive But His Vote's Dead CUFFWOOD BEACH, N.J. (AP)-James T..McGuire,40, skid he went to vote in the local primary Tuesday only to be denied • ballot on grounds he was "deceased." . McGuire said officials explained that a sample ballot had been mailed to him but was returned with a deceased notation stamped on the envelope. His name then was taken off the list of voters. McGuire said that by the end of the day the officials had con- To Put Him In Or Out? SALINA (AP)-City building inspector Bob Lange reports a woman entered his office and said: "I want to get a permit to build a fence for my husband." Lange said he knew what she wanted—a permit to allow her husband to build a fence. "I had a notion to ask if she was planning an electric fence or just barbed wire," he said, "but remembered my public duty, wrote her a permit and never cracked a smile." WING 8" DRILLER'S BOOT yiffi Spring «*•! iafoty Too lied Wing •afety shoes have saved many a driller from serious «o« Injury. 8' Driller's Boot pictured here, Brown Retan upper*, wear-proof lined vamp, foil frain f asset, Goodyear welt, three ribbed sprint steel arch support, double leather sole and heel, or oil and gasoline resistant Neo-prone sole. IT COSTS TO 1UY THI 19.99 A9K SAFETY TOI PAINE'S BOOTERY 1 K SELF - SERVICE BARGAIN STORE ! I • • Eveready ..•:":• \ , ..-'. Flashlight BATTERIES Open Mon., Tues., Thurs.. Fri. — 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. WE DISCOUNT •Wi^pMMH^Ma Men's Knit T - Shirts Limit 6 Women's Baby Doll PAJAMAS 59c American Made Limits FISHERMAN Specials With Collar $1.98 Value 59c Limit 3 Men's Knit Briefs 3 Pairs $100 1 5 Ft. Glass Rod ....... 79c ^ Snelled Hooks 6 For lOc P H & ! 6 R. 2 PC. Glass Rod ... $3.98 I No. 1777 Shakespeare Reel . . $9.99 | Sleeping Bags . $6.95 • • • • • • • • • ^1 SPECIALS • Group No. I 3 Yds. $1.00 Group No. 2 Group No. 3 Yard I I UNBLEACHED MUSLIN (The Most Unique Yard Goods Dept.) I • DuPonf Brake Fluid Beg. $1.00 Value CAN Limit 2 Phillips' Unique MOTOR OIL 16c qt. Limit 6 qts. 1 / 2 Gallon Water Jug 79c Limit 2 Whits Outside PAINT I $|.OO GAL. • I 1 You Don't Have to be a Member to Buy Here "Just Smart" ..I eluded he was definitely among the living and they apologized. the sample ballot returned by the -post office hid been sent to a James T. McGuire in a neighboring town who had died., McGuire did not get to vote- he had to get to work before the complication was resolved., , Cleanup Days POMONA - The City of P<v mona has announced the annual spring cleanup days for Thursday and Friday, April 25 and 26. Material which won't burn won't be collected. Material which will bum will be picked up and should be piled on the terrace in front of the premises where it can be easily loaded into; the truck. BRISCOE DRUG STORE PLUS 1 YES! You Buy One 1 c Sole Item at lt\ Reqular E v?r y da y P r ( c e and A dd a Penny to Get ONE MORE 1 Walgreen Film Black & White Sizes 620 -127 1O BIG DAYS April 18th thru 27th 847 S. Main SHAMPOO 1000. Plain, « Grain and Lotion Protects GERIATRIC ineral Walgreen Extra Heavy $£49THMMM CHLORIDE Sunglasses > VTTAHfflS MINERALS Anefrin OLOOc Adult. 15«...-.«.JC'*fTP SHAMPOO • ••JU WITH lor «tt hnr type*. «T, tee femicf 2S90' 98« COLD CREAM Perfection. 8 ex. Jor». 19* Ink Tablets ?IOAc Linen Finish, 5xS in sfti sfiV 2^70 69 c Mouth Wash "Keller," Red Formula, 16 oz. free SHOPPING BAG mi 39 e WAVING FLUID la Pofgie. Non-dicky. 6-oz. doring this hygslc Sale 89* DECOWESTANT 2 .Q||c To»leff,aerrieaf24—. sail .TV 49 c Milk of Magnesiao^ cn Walgreen. 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