The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 24, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 24, 1963
Page 5
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^ Ottawa Cubs 6 In Command 9 i At Olathe Naval Air Station ,11 1! ' .. * ' " i -i'Ei II 1 t T"" ~ •SltltJ ..'^tW^iMWi&K 1 i, n j-iiysii- • YOU MEAN WE'RE SUPPOSED TO EAT THAT-Going through among Hawthorne School area Cubs who toured Naval Station cnowline during tour at Olathe Naval Air Station are Ottawa Cub Sunday. Seventeen cars carried 93 people, to the base. After dinner Scouts, Richard Mendell, Dale Tegtmeyer and Steve Grogan. boys saw movie of "Friendship Seven" space program. Other Though boy on right has typical look of GI in chowline, food pictures show Cubs at various points during tour, actually was a treat, a turkey dinner with extras. Boys are THAT'S WHERE I'M GOING, UP! - Tony Holland gives the thumb-up sign to show he's ready to soar aloft in jet fighter plane. THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, April 24, 1963 GERONIMO! — Ricky Lcdom hits the silk, almost obscured by his parachute. Cubs went through air control tower and learned about various Naval Air Station duties. They were shown through hangers and different planes. They also visited fire depart- ment and were shown different trucks used in the afr operation. Cubs spent seven hours at the has and rturnd horn thrilld and tired. SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Wonderful shade to cool your home when, summer's sun gets hot ~ finest flowering trees to add beauty and charm to your home landscape. Mature sizes vary from the small, ornamental, Rose Tree of China to the towering Bald Cypress and Oaks. See our large selection. Sunburst Locust Moraine Locust Clump Birch Cutleaf Birch White Flowering Dogwood Pink Flowering Dogwood Gold rain Tree Holly Buisman Elm Tuliiptree Flowering Crabs Bald Cypress Bur Oak Pin Oak Double Flowering Peach Rose Tree of China Purple Leaf Plum Weeping Willow Hardy Pecans Thomas Black Walnuts Dwarf Mandarin Peach ALL RIGHT, BRING FT DOWN! - Mike Wilson and Terry Baker supervise plane landings from their control tower headquarters. RED HOT SPECIAL The Most Popular of all Spreading Evergreens PFITZER JUNIPER 15 to 18 inch plants compact - sheared 2-gallon cans 2 Reg. price $4.00 This special price good Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday, April 25, 26, 27, and 29, 1963. No coupon necessary — No limit. Christine Buisman Elm HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR FEATURES: Large Flowering Clematis. Purple, red, and pink -. Growing in pots $1.50ea. Bleeding Heart. Old fashioned perennial growing in large pots $1.25 ea. Norway Spruce. Husky trees in 5-gallon cans. Regularly selling at $5.50 Now only $3.98 Roses. California-grown plants in disposable poly- coated pots. Over 50 varieties from which to choose. Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, Floribundas and climbers. Patented, and regulars. From $1.75 Annual Rower Plants. A large assortment of some of the best varieties in the popular kinds. GENERAL SUPPLIES FOR LAWN AND GARDEN Complete line of insecticides, fungicides and Lawn and Garden Chemicals. Peat Moss Fruit Tree Spray Weed Killers Mole Killer Rat-B-Gon fWarfarin) Agrico Products Borer Killer Ant & Roach Bomb Mosquito £ Fly Bomb Ortho and Acme insecticides, fungicider and garden chemicals Pax Products Moss ToLcm Poles Preventive spraying and dusting pays off big dividends in finer plants, trees, lawns, foliage, fruits and vegetables. Set up your spray and dusting program for this growing year and reap the dividends. We will be happy to assist you in your spraying problems. If we don't have the answer, we know where we can get it for you. WILLIS GARDEN CENTER 5th and Cherry Open every day except Sunday, 8 to 5:30

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