The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 23, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 23, 1963
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CHILDREN AND PONIES - Everyone was a cowgirl, except one who was a cowboy, when LeLoup School students visited Paul Gaynor Pony Farm yesterday. Nancy Gaynor (second from left) is holding steed on which Leslie Crawford is riding. Boy holding smaller pony is Jimmy Mills who is not a LeLoup Wellsville News student but came along for the ride. Others are (back row, from left) Esther Hopkins, Sheryl O'Dea, Jeanie Ledom and Phyllis Mills; (second row, from left) Virginia Hopkins, Cathy Hopkins, Nita O'Dea and Brenda Crawford. Girls in front row are Kathy Sue Houdashelt (left) and Randa Gumm. (Herald Photo) tend as 8 leader in one of the skill shops. In attendance at the Slate BYF convention at El Droado were Marilyn Shoemaker, of New York Baptist Church, and Linda Pearson and Mrs. Ralph Bloomer, from the Ruhamah Baptist Church. Thirty-two young people of the Wellsville community attended the regular monthly breakfast in Fellowship Hall of the Wellsville Baptist Church on Thursday, April 18. Rev. Homer Ganong, pastor, spoke on the subject, "Love So Amazing." The next breakfast will be May 16. Greetings Long Time In Coming CHICAGO (AP)-Mrs. Carl ,1. Olson went to a neighbor's home in suburban Lincolnwood Monday to thank him for his postcard mailed while vacationing in Colorado Springs, Colo. "He looked at me kind of funny," said Mrs. Olson. "He said he hadn't been there in nine years." Mrs. Olson and the neighbor, Elton Charleson, looked at the card again. The card, which arrived Monday, was postmarked July 4, 1954. School Near End For LeLoup Girls By BERNICE HOLDEN Le Loup School of girls will present its closing day program Wednesday, April 24, following a potluck dinner, according to Mrs. Alice Hysom, teacher. It is to be a musical program in 12 scenes entitled, "Parade of Months," under the direction of the music teacher, Mrs. Kenneth O'Dea. On the annual school tour yesterday, the LeLoup girls visited a number of places in and around Ottawa. At the Santa Fe Depot, Sam Christenson and Al Knoeppel welcomed the young visitors and handed out favors. Bill Rice discussed some of the area's history with the youngsters at the old Indian Cemetery. At Paul Gaynor's Pony Farm, the students were treated to free pony rides. At noon there was a cookout at the home of Mrs. Alice Hysom, teacher. The students also visited the post office and Forest Park. School started last September with 13 girls. There are now 11. Still no boys have been added, but there will be boys next year in the first grade. Next year the school term will be nine months. Seventy-five attended the communion service and youth breakfast Easter Day morning at the Wellsville Baptist Church. Speakers were Jeff Simeons, Kansas State University, and Mr. Eth- inqton, basketball coach, Eudora High. Key to a Good Group Health Care Plan The flearibflfly of Btae Cross -Blue Shield gives you the most for your health care dollar. Blue Cross - Blue Shield's wide selection of benefits and options assures you, your employees and their dependents, coverage that is realistically related to local cost of care. And you can choose from a range at dedactiMes to control the cost of your group plan. Every business employing 5 or more persons can select a Blue Cross - Brae Shield group hospital, surgical, medical plan that best fits its needs in high level coverage at lowest possible cost. For expert assistance in planning your group health care plan, call or write Blue Cross - Blue Shield... or mail the coupon. Blue Cross-Blue Shield V a Hoe Cross-Hue Shield Group plan is net available to yea, apply for Non-Group membership, rf you or your spouse is under age 60 and in good health. If over age 60, and in good health, apply {or Series 60 Plan. KMSAS WSPTCM. SERVICE ASSM* INC. MRSAS MUSICIANS' SERVICE ILVE CROSS -HUE SHIELD OF KANSAS | 1 133 Topeka Blvd., Topeka, Kansas 1 Send information, without obligation EMPLOYED (Hum of Finn) I | DO I Ot MOK PEOPLE WOW THERE? YES w> j Mf age !• D below 40 My spouse's age fc Q below oO | D oOor ewer D M or over I D Mrs. Vernice Burbridge accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Montgomery, Lawrence, in visit- ng their daughter and son-in-law, A. and Mrs. Richard Morrison, Laredo AFB, Tex. While there hey made two trips into Mexico. Mrs. Burbridge and the Montgomerys left April 5 and returned April 14. Carl Moore, driller, has been employed by the city of Wellsville to drill supplemental water wells on the John Neis farm north of Wellsville. Two wells have been drilled, and one is producing 10 to 15 gal- .ons per minute. Another one will be drilled to increase the supply of water available to the cily. The junior high young people of the New Hope Baptist Church will attend the junior high jamboree at Paola April 26 and 27th. Going will be Sandra Shoemaker, Judy Shelton, Becky Slavens, Rose Ann Coleman, Allen Peckham, Bob Kohler, Jo Blankenship, Pat Eneihen, Joy Davidson and Becky Williams. Rev. R. B. Shoemaker, pastor, will at- For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 This Ncivton Lacks Airport NEWTON, Ala. (AP) - Mayor Bascom Brown doesn't know what to do with a batch of self- addressed envelopes and cards from stamp collectors throughout the country. The collectors are asking for a stamp with a special cancellation mark commemorating a new airport at Newton. Must be some other Newton, the mayor said. His town hasn't even applied for funds to build an airport. Home EC Group Elects President HAYS, Kan. (AP)—The Kansas Home Economics Association has elected Helen Schave of the State Board of Vocational Education, Topeka, to succeed Alice Beesley of Fort Hays State College as president next April. Dr. Richard L. C. Morse of Kansas State University was elected vice president Saturday, and Mrs. Helen Frize of Wichita, re-elected secretary. The college chapter of the as- socalion elected Sheryl Kaywright of Kiowa president. She is a senior at Fort Hays State. To Be Near Her Every Day of the Year... Give Mother a portrait of yourself from Beller Studio so that she will see you just as she remembers you. She'll glance at your portrait many times a day and feel that you are near .. that you are thinking of her. New Hope WMS Installs Officers WELLSVILLE - Mrs. Roy Miller had charge of the installation service, "Crown Him Ix)rd Of All," for the Woman's Missionary Society of the New Hope Baptist Church. She was assisted by Mrs. George Miller who gave meditations and Mrs. Dale VanHorn who sang a solo, 'Give Of Your Best To The Master." New officers are Mrs. Ethel Miller, president; Mrs. Carroll Whiteford, conference chairman; Mrs. Ray Eversmeyer, vice president of missions and special interest missionaries; Mrs. Wesley Stevenson, missionary and stewardship education chairman; Mrs. M. McWilson, vice president of Christian training; Mrs. George Miller, spiritual life chairman; Mrs. 0. D. Garrett, leadership training chairman, and Mrs. R. B. Shoemaker, pianist. The meeting was at the home of Mrs. Raymond Carpenter with Mrs. Dale VanHorn, co-hostess. Mrs. Ray Eversmeyer, retiring president, presided. Roll call lead- THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, AprU 23, 1963 er was Mrs. Ethel Miller, who used ten sketches of missionarj«« for roll call. A committee was appointed to contact someone to advise on procedures to carry out the project to protest certain TV advertising. It was voted to have a used clothing collection for Mather School For Girls in Beaufort, S. C., and the Indian School at Bacone, Okla., the project to be completed by the May meeting with Mrs. Carroll Whiteford. Letters were read from missionaries, and announcement was made of the associational WMS meeting at Louisburg, April 24, which will be installation of the associational offices. Mrs. Wayne Anderson had charge of the love gift and gave the closing paryer. Mrs. Dale McWilson, former member who now lives at Lamed, was a guest. MARTIN Electrical Equipment Have Moved to 117 EAST SECOND Wholesale Electrical Supplies Phone CH 2-2705 Come in today, or call for in appointment to have your portrait mad* for Mother's VERY special gift! BELLER STUDIO 1525 S. Main CH 2-4893 7, JL / The Friendly Store REASONS WHY A GAMBLE MOWER IS YOUR BEST BUY! Gambles have vast experience in the mower business—to acsure you of quality for less! All power mower units meet the safety requirements of the American Standards Association. 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