The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 23, 1963 · Page 8
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Richmond Newt Couple Sells Their Farm And Will Move To Garnett By MABEL CHANDLER Mr. and Mrs. El Bennett have sold their farm to Herman Joe Feuerborn. The Bennetts have purchased a home on East 7th Street in Garnett and will move there about the middle of May. Mrs. Lefa Higdon has sold the house she occupied to Lonnie Chambers. Mrs. Steve Hoelscher, Mrs. Fred J. Pickert, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hermreck spent an afternoon with their mother, Mrs. Mary Hermreck, at McLeod Rest Home, Garnett, to honor her in her 84th birthday. They took refreshments for all who live at the home. Richmond Grade school's preschool roundup for next year's kindergarten class will be at 9 a.m. Thursday, April 25. Mrs. II. L. Wilson was in charge of a quiz program at the meeting of the Leisure Hour Club at Mrs, W. J. Collins home. New officers elected are Mrs. Cecil Vining, president; Mrs. H. L. Wilson, vice president, and Mrs. Harold Robertson, secretary and treasurer. Twelve members were present. Mrs. Lonnie Chambers became a new member. The May 8 meeting will be with Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Dunbar will have the program. Mines. Melvin Stockard, Lela Duffey, R. S. Gault, Albert Dunbar and Marguerite Roberts attended the district WSCS meeting at tola. Mrs. Paul Garber and Leslie Allen, and Mrs. Forest Figgins and daughters spent the weekend with Mrs. Garber's daughter, Mrs. Duane Williams, and family at Calico Rock, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 0. Wood, Chicago, m.; Mrs. Cecelia Har- kihs, Kansas City; Mrs. Harold Bennett and daughter, Topeka, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Christenson were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Maley and family. Mrs. Walter Perkins will teach the seventh grade in the Welda schools next term. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pickert, Alma are parents of a daughter born April 13. She has been named Cynthia Marie. The Pic- kerts son, Ronnie, is here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Pickert. The basement has been dug for Mr. and Mrs. Lee Martin's new . house. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chambers are parents of a daughter bom April 20 at Ransom Memorial Hospital. She weighed 8 lb., 11 oz., and has been named Marie Blanche. Patrons of Round Prairie School district met at the school house to discuss dissolving the district Willing Workers met with Mrs. Maude. Valentine to quilt. On May 7, the club will meet with Mrs. D. 0. Warren. Dr. and Mrs. 0. R. McCandless and Joan, Sun City, Ariz., have been here visiting relatives and friends. They spent Easter with their daughter, Mrs. Herbert Blessman, and family at Kansas City. More than 300 letters were mailed Tuesday to announce the High School Alumni meeting the evening of May 11. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mersman and Yvonne have returned to Carroll, Iowa, after a visit here with their relatives and friends. Seventeen attended the meeting of the Fort Nightly Club at Mrs. Gene Vining's home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Bradshaw, physical therapist at Osawatomie State Hospital, was speaker. The May 3 meeting will be a 1 o'clock luncheon at Mrs. Merritt McDonald's home. Clarence Gault has been admitted to the Anderson County Hospital. A weight bearing bone in Mrs. Edward Plait's foot was broken when she missed a step on her ladder and fell. The foot was placed in a cast. She will be absent from her work at Parmalee, Inc., several weeks. Ray Duffey, Pueblo, Colo., is expected here Friday for a visit with Mrs. Lela Duffey and his brother, Fred Duffey, and family near lola. Mrs. Herman Feuerborn was a guest at the meeting of the Silverdale Club at Mrs. Louis Sobba's home. The women tacked a comfort for Mrs. Sobba. Honor students from Joint 10 school district were taken to Lawrence Saturday to attend the relays. Going from Richmond were Melvin Phillips, Darlene White, Marsha Spaulding, Connie McClure, Janice Wagner, Kathy and Mary Purvis. Contributions to the Cancer Fund in West Putnam Township amounted to $29. Kansas State Honors Seven MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Centennial awards for distinguished service were presented by Kansas State University to F.D. Farrel, president emeritus, and six emeritus deans, James E. Ackert, Rodney W. Babcock, Leland E. Call, Margaret M. Justin, Roy Seaton and R. I. Throckmorton. Speaking at a centennial convocation, President James A. McCain said land-grant colleges and universities made possible "the prodigious economic growth achieved by this nation in the past 75 years." A LITTLE LATE FOR EASTER - Leroy Fouts (left) and Fred Brown, Garfield School pupils, hold chicks hatched in incubator they made themselves of boards, nails and electric light bulb on extension cord. Boys made incubator for Garfield School science fair several weeks ago. Two out of one dozen eggs hatched Leroy, fifth grader, is son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Fouts, 1430 S. Cedar. Fred, third grader, is son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, 1445 S. Cedar. (Herald Photo) Case Of Substitute Defendant KANSAS CITY (AP)—For half I Norman I. Arnold, 19, accused of a day the small man in a dark attempted theft. suit sat in the defendant's chair while his court-appointed attorney worked on selection of a jury Monday. After lunch, the attorney, Charles Hulse, took a good look at his "client" in a conference room. "When I saw him full face, I knew he was the wrong man," Hulse said. "I immediately went to the judge and told him." The real defendant, George Noble Purdin, 32, accused of first degree robbery, was found upstairs in the counl.y jail. The man in the courtroom, wearing Purdin's clothes, was "I don't know what the idea was behind the switch," said Lloyd Hilburn, chief sheriff's deputy- Circuit Judge Paul A. Buzard dismissed the jurors, and it took another half-day to select a new jury- Free At Last CORNING, N.Y. 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SALLY PERRY The seniors of Quenemo High left Saturday morning for a week in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stadel went with them. Mrs. Hannah Driver, Mrs. Henry Bernard, Mrs. Edith Windett. Mrs. Leo Casten and Mrs. Nell White attended the WSCS district meeting at lola. Pvt. and Mrs. Harold Dean Bryan announce the birth of a daughter, Connie Dianne, born April 12 at Furth, Germany. The Booster Club met at the annex Thursday with Mrs. R, G. Hughes conducting the business. Florence Windett acted as secretary. Plans were discussed for a picnic and a tentative date set for August 5-6. Committees will be appointed and officers elected at the next meeting, May 16 at the annex. The public is invited. Mrs. Genevieve Richardson, from California, arrived Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gragg and to be present for their golden wedding celebration. THE GAS SERVICE COMPANY Dividend Notice Th« Board of Directors of The Gas Service Company has declared a quarterly dividend of forty- fiv« cents (45c) per share on its $10.00 par value Common Stock, payable June 10, 1963, to Stockholders of record May 15, 1963. I. W. McKEE, Treasure. Honor For Farm Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Ovid A. Martin, who for 25 years—from New Deal to New Frontier—has covered the Agriculture Department for The Associated Press, has been honored for distinguished service to agriculture. Martin received the J. S. Russell Memorial Award Monday 8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, April 23, 1963 night at the banquet of the National Farm Editors Association. Third man to receive the award named for the late farm editor of the Des Moines Kegister and Tribune, Martin was cited for: "Informed and comprehensive reporting and a rare degree of professional excellence which have contributed to a understanding of better public farmers and complex farm problems." Martin came to the Washington AP staff from Topeka, Kan., in 1936 and began covering the Agriculture Department the next year. IN KANSAS BEER IS A NATURAL From nature's light grain comes sparkling, light beer... Kansas' traditional beverage of moderation—it's tight, sparkling, delicious. And naturally, the Brewing Industry in Kansas is proud of the more than two and one-half million tax dollars it contributes to the state of Kansas each year — money that helps support our schools, our hospitals and our parks. In Kansas, beer belongs, enjoy it UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. KANSAS DIVISION AS A SERVICE TO YOU £&€ l^liJS^lMftlill'rv ^y^^^f^m^^^^^f^ ,-J;o<'' • -116-7 ^am^ssawsas «kC£vi i ... we publish this reminder to let us hove your Social Security Number S;# ir& m *T" s\v*, ' $>.>* '„' " 4& <:", |f- ; , ,' * \**$ t f y - -"$*% - v-f - ^ W-- ', '> \ '' >\ <v r/ •* ' «. fffGs- *• f xi t •. \. "• , v % , r> • ^V^'ll \'" , - % <. ' ,' X1 *"*vv' -' "-- ' ' K»., * ; : "" , , s~ ^ f •* •? "• *, ' : *_?<H;£^V' < We are required by law (along with all banks, corporations and others paying interest or dividends ) to ask you for your Social Security Number for us in reporting to the Internal Revenue Service interest paid on your account in 1963. For your convenience, we have mailed you Form 3435 (reproduced below). Please fill out Part I and return it to us. If you do not have a Social Security Number, use Part II to apply for it. Please Refurn This Form To Us Prompfly Our obligation, under the law, does not require more than one request for a taxpayer's Social Security Number, after which the responsibility for compliance with the law rests with the latter. However to the end that our depositors may avoid the penalties which can be imposed by the Internal Revenue Service for noncompliance, we publish this advertisement to alert them to the importance of sending their Social Security Numbers to us as soon as possible. Your SAVINGS INSURED up to $10,000 by the (FSLIC) Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation OTTAWA SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION 109 East 2nd Street Dial CH 2-2804 Your Hometown Savings Center Conveniently located in Downtown Ottawa Liberal Dividends Every Year Since 1889 DIRECTORS P.R. Bennett MiloM. Hewitt H.J.Hennina Wm. W. Wallace Dean Berlin

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