The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 19, 1963 · Page 3
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Bowling Roundup Painters Brush Alleys For 2663 Conrad's Painters rolled a neat 2663 series last night but failed to whitewash Cheney's Markets which used a spot to beat the Painters, 3-1, in the men's AMF League at the Royal T Lanes. Al Beets led Conrad's with 566 and had solid support from his teammates: L. Wichman 517; Tony VanLeiden 534, Dave Hekman 519 and D. Beiter 527. The Ottawa Bowl quintet, or make it quartet and an "average," scored a 2630 series in a 4-0 sweep over Kitty Clover in the men's Classic League at the Ottawa Bowl. Barrel Cordle had a 241 line in a 590 series to lead the Ottawa Bowlers. Other scores were Kenneth Cordle's 513, Claron Cordie's 509 and Howard Doman's 508. Marine Ainsworth and Nancy Lollar set the pace in the Thursday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl. Maxine scored 505, on 197-146-162, for Beautyland, 31 loser to Mann-Bell Drugs. Nancy rolled 504, with 188-168-148, for Bond's Cleaners, 31 winner over Budge's Hardware. Other team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. Here are team results and high individual scores in the AMF League: Cheney's Market!—8 High 10-30 — G. Honn, 231-513 Connd'i Painters—1 High 10-30 — A; Beets, J12-5M High 10-30 — B. Pogue, 1M-549 Peterson's Maionrjr—0 High 10-30 — D. Peterson, 176-483 Brlncoe'i Drun—i High 10 — Robuck, 197 High 30 — Mack, 550 Colbern'i—0 High 10-30 — L. Lemon, Ul-506 Brown's Hardware—I High 10 — K. Stout, 3<M High 30 — E. Fritts, 4»6 Dutch Boy Paints—0 High 10 — H. D»y, 173 High 30 — T. Hl»tt, 487 Bine Moon—4 ..... High 10-30 — D. Sauer, 188-534 U Hlgh*lMO — B. Melton. 179-490 Ottawan Scores 2 Track Firsts Ottawa High's Steve Queen claimed two first places at a B track meet at Lawrence yester day in competition with Lawrence High and Haskell. Steve topped all other athletes in the 120-yard high hurdles in 16.3 and the 180 low hurdles in 21.8. Dennis Motelet took first place in the javelin throw at 151 feet, three inches. The Ottawa team won the 880 relay. Lawrence won the meet with a total of 90 points to Ottawa's 47 and Haskell's 33. Missing Family In Tennessee WICHITA (AP)-A farm family reported to sheriff's officers as missing has been located in Tennessee. Sheriff H. M. Tomlinson said Mr. and Mrs. Robert E, King are visiting relatives in Elizabeth, Term. The Kings' landlord reported to the sheriff's office Wednesday night that their phone had gone unanswered for three days. Notice The Disabled Citizens of America is conducting a campaign to raise money for their training program. This is being done through the sale of COURAGE DIGEST which is published by D. C. A.. They DO NOT SELL any other publication, so if you want to help the handicaps oi this community buy only from authorized personnel. Baker Band In Concert At Wesleyan A band concert Monday at 7:30 p.m. will climax a tri-college band :linic April 21-22 at Kansas Wesleyan University. Bands from Wesleyan, Baker University and College of Emporia will gather Sunday night for rehearsal and will hold both morning and afternoon sessions Monday. Band director Raymond Chip, Baker; Willard Shephard, C of B, and John R. Sample, Wes leyan, each will direct a portion of Monday night's concert. It will be played in Sams Chapel. Barley Elliott, folksinger from Salina, will furnish special intermission entertainment. He is a senior at KWU. Music for the occasion was selected when the three colleges held a sight-reading clinic at Baker last fall. A representative of Victor Records, Ed Down, Lawrence, plans to record the program. Visiting bandsmen will be guests of Wesleyan Sunday night. They will be housed in the dormitories and in private homes. Real Buy In Radar LEON VALLEY, Tex. (AP) A $985 radar traffic gadget is for sale, and Leon Valley Mayor R. C, Adair says it's cheap. Adair and four fellow councilmen won election April 2 in the small South Texas town northwest of San Antonio. They campaigned on a pledge to abolish a speed trap set for motorists. As soon as the new councilmen took office they replaced the three-man police force and hired a new town marshal. "Everybody in the country is griping about radar," Adair said Thursday. "We're getting rid of ours." He added that traffic still will be controlled, because Leon Valley straddles State Highway 16 and pupils must cross it going to and from school. Jayne To Shed Her Husband LOS ANGELES (AP)-Actress Jayne Mansfield plans to go to Juarez, Mexico, in about a week to shed husband Mickey Hargitay, says her attorney. Jerry Schutzbank said Thursday that Miss Mansfield, now in Biloxi, Miss., for a personal appearance, will sign the necessary legal papers soon. Hargitay has already signed, Schutzbank said. Red Rally EL PASO, Tex. (^-Preparations for a Communist rally were reported being made today in Juarez, Mexico. The El Paso Times said the rally will be held April 26-27 in the Colonia Francisco Villa section, about 100 yards from the U.S. border. The newspaper said the two-day meeting is expected to attract several thousand Communist sympathizers Mexico. from the interior of IT'S THAT LOVELY TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN, and this lovely Wellsville family takes advantage of it with supper outside. Mother is Mrs. Joanne Baldwin. Children (from left) are Kathleen, 5; Judy, 8; Becci, 10; Billy, 4, and Mary 11. (Herald Photo) Wellsville Club Ends Season WELLSVILLE - Miss Gladys Fisher presented a paper on "The History of Television, Its Uses And Its Affects In The Future" for the final spring meeting of the Crescent Club Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Donald Coughlin. A spring luncheon was featured. On the committee were Mrs. Coughlin, Mrs. Dwight Leitnaker and Mrs. Jim Nabors. Mrs. Arthur Hill presided at the meeting. The present officers will be in charge until the third 1'uesday in September: Mrs. Arthur Hill, president; Mrs. Bernhard Fleming, vice president; Mrs. Bill Kyle, secretary; Mrs. Clarence Coffman, treasurer; Mrs. W. E. Peterson and Mrs. W. D. Farney, flower committee, Mrs. Oren Carroll, club historian, and Mrs. L. W. Hostetter, club reporter. The program committee, Mrs. E. E. Turner, Mrs. Walter Moore and Mrs. Harold Good, handed out the new yearbooks. Afterward the group went on a guided tour at the new library building at Baker University, Baldwin, to see the Quayle display of Bibles. The Crescent Club members were especially appreciative of Miss Donna Coughlin' s presence at the meeting as an assisting guest. Donna, who was home from Emporia State Teachers College, returned Tuesday night following vacation. The Baby Has Been Named son bom April 18 to Mr. Rex Butler, Satellite The and Mrs. Beach, Fla., has been named Steven Ray. He weighed 6 lb., 15 oz. The Butlers have a daughter, Terry, 22 months old. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Bumgarner, Osawatomie; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Butler. The son born April 17 at Ransom Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. David Ray Burgeon, 620 S. Poplar, has been named Randy Lee. He weighed 8 lb. *o There /$ An Easier Way! CALL CH 2-4864 Concrete Hints From Heloise Buttons Sheet To The Quilt By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: When my boys were small, I took the good part of my worn contour sheets which is usually along the sides of a sheet (or perhaps the end if you have twin beds) and cut off the good contour part. These. . . I sewed to the bottom of their quilt! This made the quilts contour. . . on one end so t h a t they would slip over the bottom of their m a t tresses. Keeps the quilts from sliding off the bed and it's also Helois* easier to make the bed. Bernice Bland Now Bernice If you were here, I would make you a good cup 'o tea, light dime store incense some of my and tell you how wonderful I think you are! Who in this world would even think' to sew the bottoms of a contour sheet on a quilt, comfort or blanket? None except you, my dear. It's terrif. Heloise Dear Heloise: Please don't laugh at me but I have found a new way to wash windows during the winter. When the moisture collects on the inside of the widown pane on cold mornings (when we have the heat on) did you know that you could take your squeegee or the windshield wiper from your husband's automobile and clean the windows and at the same time get rid of the moisture? For those who have neither of the above they can wipe most of the moisture off with toilet tissue and then shine it beautifully with crumpled newspaper. G. 0. F. Dear Heloise: The reason that one can use the ice which forms on the freezing compartment to water flow- KHI ants, ehiggers, earwigs, cutworms, whir© grubs, etc. with BROWN'S HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS Guns Ammunition 1540 S. Main CH 2-5241 ers and in their steam irons is — this ice is formed from condensed moisture from the air, like rain or snow. The ice has never had any minerals rated in it, from since food it has placed evapo- in refrigerator, or condensed from air which enters the refrigerator. This melted ice is good to use in steam irons (which is what I do) as well as to water plants. As a librarian, I could not resist the challenge of this reference. Shirley N. Wood Dear Helloise: I use the plastic bags which come from the cleaners for wrapping stoves, fans and dishes and pots and pans which are not used frequently and are kept stored out of the way. Saves re- cleaning these items when I get ready to use them again. Nell S. Dear Heloise: For ten years my husband and I have fought over spilling coffee grounds on the drain board when pouring it from the can of coffee into the cannister. We have tried using spoons, scoups, measurers and everything. Can you possibly settle this problem for us and tell us how to get the job done without spilling the coffee? Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Have you ever tried slightly bending the coffee can before pouring it into the cannister after the lid has been removed? This also works on cornmeal boxes (which seems to be one weevil drawers), and flour mixes. of the biggest oatmeal boxes I keep all of these items in glass containers with a tight screw lid. Then if I bring a box of something home from the store which already contains a weevil. . . I can see it through the glass and ['ve already captured them completely so they can't get into my other foodstuffs. Baxter Club Has Meeting Baxter Social Hour club was entertained by Mrs. L. E. Allen yesterday with group singing as the opening. After devotions by Mrs. Harry DeVore the members repeated the Lord's Prayer. For roll call members gave garden hints. Receiving prizes in a game directed by Mrs. Don Waymire were Mrs. J. W. England III Mrs. William Ratzlaff, Mrs. Er nest Sink, Mrs. Don Martin, Mrs Keith Page, Mrs. Herbert Bishop and Mrs. Lewis Stewart. Mrs. Max Shoemaker presided Receiving pal gifts were Mrs Royce Gragg and Mrs. James De Vore. To Dedicate KSU Center MANHATTAN (AP)-A $305,00( Catholic Student Center for Kan sas State University will be dedi cafed April 28. The center houses a 475 - sea chitpel, two classrooms, a lecture room, library, Newman Hall are kitchen, office space and livin quarters for the chaplain, assis tant chaplain, priest studying a K-State, custodian and housekeep er. The building was financed the Salina Catholic diocese anc contributions from K-S(ate alum ni. Catholic students contributec money for the chapel pews. TRUCKING Livestock & General FREIGHT Local or Long Distance OEREN ALTIC Ph. Ottawa - CH 2-5698 These Cars Can't Catch Fish but they Sure Would Like to Go Along GOOD SECOND CARS 1956 Studebaker V-8 Pres., 4 dr. . $395. 1956 Studebaker (6) Champ. . . . $395. 1955 Plymouth $395. 1955 Ford 4 dr $395. 1954 Ford 4 dr $195. 1953 Plymouth Wagon $195 Fishing License FREE with Each — Car — Robertson Motor Co. 108 N. Main Phone: CH 2-4818 405 N. Main CH 2-4358 THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, April II, 1061 Claim Thresher Had Many Faults PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) Navy court of inquiry has received a list of more than a dozen malfunctions that plagued the nu- ^lear submarine Thresher before she went on sea trials April 10 and was lost with 129 men aboard. Lt. Raymond A. McCoole, 33, of Dover, N.H., told the court Thursday the heavy load of corrective >vork robbed the crew of sufficient raining in disaster procedures. McCoole emphasized however hat all the work was completed voperly and the Thresher was n excellent condition when she nit out to sea on her final voyage. While the court continued its investigation of the tragedy at Portsmouth naval shipyard where .he Thresher was built, an oceanographic vessel, Atlantis II, took on scientific equipment at Woods : lole, Mass., and prepared to re- .um Saturday to its search for the remains of the submarine. The Boston Globe published a •eport Thursday that the Thresh- er had been found but it wat quickly denied by officials at Woods Hole and the Navy in Washington. The court resumed hearings tr> day, its opening proceeding behind closed doors, to hear testimony on classified information. For Fast Results HEWANTADSl EGULARLY! CH 2-4700 Get out and OJSHMA.M Buy Now No Money Down MALOTT Hdwe. & Appliances 116 S. 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