The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 18, 1963 · Page 13
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Williamsburg News Back From Dixie; Straight To Work By MRS. IRWIN HETH Hello, folks. Here we are back in Kama* mid glad to meet our friendi. I wish to thank the sen- for claw and their sponsor/Miss Lancaster, for the good job they did in gathering the news while we were in Florida. May I say we had a cold winter for the Southland, and that the effects of the cold wiU be noticed for several years due to the loss of trees. We had a nice trip home, the prettiest due to the blossoming of the dogwood, redbud and wild plum trees. We saw the first blooming dogwood in north Florida, and, as we came farther north, it was more prevalent, in both colors of pink and white. We left Wednesday morning and arrived at our sons, Warren's, home at Leadville, Ark., Thursday afternoon, where we stayed overnight Thursday, arriving home Friday afternoon. We were supper guests that evening of our neighbors, Edna and Lyle Sutherland. It seemed natural on Monday morning to call for the news and renew acquaintances. I will be calling throughout the week. Those I missed this week I will won be contacting. Mr. and Mrs. James Walker and Bandy, Skidmore, Mo., have moved into the Emma Arkinson house. Walker has an interesi in the Waverly Sales Barn at Waverly. Randy is attending grade school here. During the weekend, Mrs. Walker and Ran dy visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan McPike, and his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Walker at Skidmore. Easter Sunday guests at the Vernon Bethell home, for a sur prise birthday dinner for Mrs Bethell, were Mr. and Mrs. Lar ry Koehler, Emporia, who were weekend guests, the Rollin Staro sta family, Roger Keith, Ottawa and Jim Lacy. Mrs. Vernon Bethell, Mrs. Non Barrett and Nancy Bethell wer guests at stork shower in Otta wa Friday ;night at the Kennet [orton home. The honor guest 'as Mrs. Bethell's daughter, Mrs. Larry. Koehler. Sunday, me Richard Logan fam- y Lawrence; Dr. and Mrs. toward Beard and Johnny, To* eka; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beard dr. and Mrs. Neal Forbes, Mr. nd Mrs. Earl Beard, and Cora )ickey, Waverly, attended a pic- lie at Rock Creek near Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Orville I. Thorn- irugh and Karl, Villa Park, HI., ire visiting her parents, the Roy Bethells, and other relatives. laster they were all dinner guests of the Harold Bethells and n the afternoon all went to To- >eka to visit the Larry Bolen f am* ily. /Waureka, Okla., are here to help with the moving. Thomas is a nephew of Mrs. Harley Milliken. The student council of Williamsburg High School has been active this winter, and from the sale of sweat shirts, with the Purple Panther on them, have purchased a mirror to be put up in the hall. Williamsburg High athletes will participate in the lola Relays Thursday afternoon and evening. Tuesday morning the Lyceum course program was presented by Jeff Hayes, creator of Chip. He is a cartoonist and entertainer. The young folks were quite interested when he made a pic ture of Mr. Hobbs. Harry Tucker has returned mme from the KU Medical Cener, Kansas City, and is improv- ng slowly. Sunday callers were AT. and Mrs. Clyde Wyatt and Ars. Lester Davidson and boys, *rinceton. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Spring spent the weekend with his son and daughter at Joplin and. Springfield, Mo. Mrs. Fred Craytor, Cortez, !olo., is visiting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Hink. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neal and girls, to observe the 37th wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Neal, were Mr. and Mrs. Neal and the Richard Neal family- Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Fritts celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary Monday. Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Turrell were Mrs. Ward and her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Holloway, Carmel, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thomas and their 5-monuvold son, Jeffory David, Irving, Texas, have moved into the Gary Home rental property in the south part of town. Thomes recently was discharged from the Marine Corps. His mother, Mrs. Harriet Thomas, and his brother, Danny, A track meet between Pomona and Williamsburg was held Tuesday afternoon. Participating were boys who do not usually take part in the regular track meets. Mr. and Mrs. Orlin Milliken spent Tuesday in Manhattan attending agriculture engineering day. En route home they called on a schoolmate of Mr. Milliken, George Morris, in Topeka and on an aunt, Mrs. Gus Hartman and Mr. Hartman at Big Springs. Nancy Bethell and Janice Milli ken, who are candidates for Miss Ottawa, were luncheon guests o the Ottawa Lions Club Monday Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Goodwill and Bonnie were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gill more, Hollo, Mo., Mrs. Betty Dehn, Des Moines, Iowa, Wil Dehn, Cedar House, and Bil Goodwill, Baldwin. Evening call ers were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dehn, Quenemo. Ottawan Going To France To Learn To Speak French One way to master a foreign anguage is to take up residence n the country where it is spoken. That is what more than 100 Jniversity of Kansas students, including Ottawa's Margaret Hughwill do this summer when hey move their KU summer session campuses, professors included, to three European cities for the third KU Summer Language Institute. Margaret, a 1962 graduate of Dttawa High, is the daughter of VIr. and Mrs. George Hughes 1444 S. Elm. Three groups of KU students will be quartered for nine weeks in Paris, France, Barcelona, Spain, and Weyarn, Germany. Margaret will go to Paris. All students will complete the college of liberal arts and sciences graduation requirement of [anguage proficiency — defined as the ability to live in a foreign environment without suffering unduly from a language handicap. Few in the group are language majors, and few have been in college more than one or two years. The students were chosen on merit alone, and many will receive scholarships in accordance with their needs. The program is sponsored by the university's committee on international educational affairs. Among the students going to Paris will be Jane Lee Erect enridge, Louisburg, and Patricia Sue Barnes, Osage City. DON'T MISS Tfre$tottt AD ON PAGE 3 THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 18, 1063 13 ? AftP "Super-Right" Qualify Round STEAK 69 Bone In Full Cut A&P "Super-Right" Quality Boneless Rump or Sirloin Tip Roast A&P "Super-Right" Quality Heel of Round Boneless Roast Round Steak ',':«;"• u,79c Sliced Bacon Ground Chuck £?-•„. 69c Meaty Sparerlbs Bonalait, Full Cut Tender, Juicy Lb. Snull, Undtr 3 Lbi. Ham Slices * Me Shrimp Cocktail Allgooa) •rind Cantar-Cut Sau Saa In Sauca 3 4*1. Jar. Perfect for Salads — Vine-Ripened, Fresh Tomatoes Lb. 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