The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 24, 1963 · Page 9
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HDU Notes Health Insurance Is HDU Lesson Health Insurance was the lesson given by Mrs. William Lang at the meeting of the Better Homes Unit at the home of Mrs. Ralph Basel. Roll call was answered by six members. Plans were discussed for attending the district meeting at Topeka and for a window display during Kansas Home Demonstration Week. Mrs. Rodger Bush and Mrs. Henry Dehn, Jr., were appointed to help with the Well-Child Clinic this month. The next meeting will be May 14 at the home of Mrs. Claude Sluder. Busy Corner — Met with Ethel Watkins with Mrs. Leland Monroe as co-hostess. Rosemary Crist and Mrs. Margaret Emerson were guests. Thirteen members were present. Miss Crist gave the lesson on furniture arrangement. The next meeting is with Mrs. W. C. Harding. Greenwood — Do you get the full benefits from your "Health Insurance Policy?" It is important to compare the rates at your local hospital, and also with your family doctor. You then can choose the policy that will benefit you and your family to the utmost. Also decide on the group or the individual insurance as to which one will benefit you the most according to the size of your family. The lesson, "Health Insurance," was presented to the Greenwood Unit by Mrs. Lorenzo Nitcher. Plans were made to make a window display for Kansas Home Demonstration Week. The hostess, Mrs. J. E. Fannin, served refreshments to 10 members and 13 children. The next meeting will be May 15 at the home of Mrs. Ted Smith, and the lesson wil] be "Basics of Retirement." SILVER — A lesson on health insurance was given by Mrs. Roy Bones at the April meeting at the home of Mrs. Archie Mendell with Mrs. Floyd McCullough assisting. Devotions were given by Mrs Cecil Farris and Mrs. Elvin Maiburg. Mrs. Farris gave a report on the spring tea. Mrs. Beverly Daugharthy told about the lesson on cuts of meats. Ten mem bers and one visitor were present OK — Members wore Easter Hats made from items around the house. The lesson, "Health Insurance,' was given by Mrs. Robert Hall The 25th wedding anniversary ol Mrs. Glen Lancaster was observed and a gift presented to her from the club members. Mrs. James Warnock was host ess, with Mrs. Harold Phares assisting. Seventeen! members were present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. James Fitzer aid on May 14. Progressive — A lesson on health insurance was presentee by Mrs. Harold Crawford at th meeting at the home of Mrs. H. Nordeen. Mrs. Crawford discussed health nsurnace and health hospital in- urance, and members discussed ifferent insurance policies and ilans. It was voted to have a iisplay during the week of April 9 to May 4 at Paine Shoe Store. It also was decided to send for a subscription to Kansas Home Demonstration News for Mrs. Myon Steere, president of the unit, 'he next meeting will be with Mrs. C. A. Novak on May 16. Modern Homemakers — Do ou know the benefits and limitations of your health and insurance policy? Did you get your policy from a reputable agent or just some traveling salesman? Can the company cancel your Kilicy if you have a chronic disease? These and 20 other questions were asked by Mrs. Dorothy Brockus in giving the lesson on health insurance at the April meet- ng. Nine members and one guest, Mrs. Merle Birckhead, were served dessert at the home of VTrs. Boyd Cooper. Reports were given by the community project committee and committee for decorating the window for HDU Week. Several members are planning to go to Topeka, May 2 for the district mewting. Mrs. Larry Folks won the mystery gift. The May meeting will be a potluck dinner at the home of Mrs. Howard Smith, with the lesson on basics of retirement. 4-H Club Has Come Long Way By PATTI SMITH Rambling Ranchers The Rambling Ranchers 4-H Club was organized in 1950 with 23 members. The first community leaders were Mrs. Timmonds Ross and Ira Bonine. Since then, Mrs. Lawrence Lundstedt, Richard Turner, Mrs. Richard Turner and Mrs. Floyd Moore have served. At the present time Floyd Coffman and Mrs. C. Raymond Smith are our adult leaders. It has been very interesting to serve as historian for our club this year. We have a record for each person who has been a member of our club, listing the LITTLE GULPER — A jackrabbit, about 2'/ 2 weeks old, gulps away at bottle held by 10-year-old Beth Funk who lives near Garden City. Her father caught it in a field. Beth feeds it twice daily. Pretty Legs Are Valuable projects they have carried and the offices Ihey have held. Our club has grown during the year, and we now have 59 menv bers and 75 alumnae. Our regu lar meeting place has been the Wycoff Community House, but during the winter months we have been meeting at the high school. Our members have always shown great interest in the County Fair with many winning State blue ribbons, and going on to win top honors at the State Fairs. Throughout the years many of (our members have won County Awards in various projects and activities. Our club was chosen this year as State Award winner for our automotive project work under leadership of Mr. Aubrey Ponton. The Rambling Ranchers chorus has been chosen [o represent Franklin County at Regional 4-H Club Day three different times. This was achieved through the help of Mrs. Hank North in 1959 and Mrs. Willis Bennett in 1961 and 1963. We also have entered dances, bands, plays, and model meetings at County Club Day. Many of our members look forward to the talks and demonstrations they will give in county competition. Much valuable experience is received from these entries. We have eight Junior Leaders at the present time who arc always willing to help the younger members with their projects. We try to give service to our community. This year we helped an HDU group collect for the heart fund, placed posters about the Senate Whip Gets A Whip MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP)-As assistant floor leader in the Alabama Senate, Sen. Emmett Oden is known as the whip. THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, April 24, IMS L- His colleagues, with all the tot* mality they could muster, g«vt' him a present Tuesday jjjlinbolic of his official status — •'7-tool leather whip. polio vaccine in downtown stores and offices, and people who came registered the for the vaccine. The 59 members of the Rambling Ranchers 4-H Club all try to live up to the 4-H motto "To Make the Best Better.' The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. New Automatic Yard Lighting Turns on at dusk... Turns off at dawn Now you can have this new mercury light wherever you want it. Mac will install the whole works, 175-watt mercury vapor lamp, photoelectric control, open bottom lumin- aire, and 2%' aluminum mast arm. Have the protection of a yard light that works whether you are there or not. "Mac" Has All the information You Need. Call McFadden Electric CH 2-2971 4-H Club Shares Grant MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP)-Kansas State University and the Cheyenne County 4-H Club Council will share a $2,000 grant as the result of an award won by Lyle Seymour, Bird City farmer. Seymour was one of 15 farmers given awards in the Ford Almanac's annual farm efficiency program. The award also gave him the right to designate agencies of his choice to share a $2,000 Ford Motor Co. Fund grant. Seymour, who will be guest of honor at a dinner in Bird City tonight, directed that $1,500 be used to purchase equipment for the plant diagnostic laboratory at K-State and $500 be used by the 4-H council for citizenship scholarships. Seymour's award was made on the basis of efficient corn production. He produced 133 bushels of corn an acre on 105 acress of irrigated land last year at a cost of 38 cents a bushel. LONDON (AP)—"Girls do wear short skirts most of the time," said High Court Judge Sir Richard Elwes, "and pretty, shapely legs are admired in our time, and I think rightly so." Then he awarded 1,384 pounds— $3,875 — in damages Tuesday to Vivian Pettit, 26, whose pretty legs were injured when a motorist hit her scooter. The crash left a bad scar, and one of her legs was noticeably bowed. "It is the kind of disfigurement that a young woman has to worry about," said the judge. "I think a girl is entitled to feel unhappy about having ugly legs." OLLAR and SENSE FARMING Public Auction As we have sold our farm we will hold a closing our sale located 2 miles west, % south and % west of Richmond, Kans. on Wednesday, May 1,1963 STARTING AT 11 A.M. SHARP. CATTLE — 19 head, 8 holstein cows 2 to 6 years old, tested 10 stock cows 4 with calves, rest to calf soon. 1 Whiteface bull. HORSE — 7 year old saddle mare. HOG — Purebred Hampshire boar. CHICKENS —12 chickens, & 2 geese. MACHINERY — Massey Harris 44 tractor, Massey Harris 3 bottom 14" plow on rubber, John Deere 8' tandem disc, harrow, Ford tractor & plow, single 10' disc, 2 Ford cults., lister, A.C. combine, John Deere, combine, Fairbank Morris 10" hammer mill, 16 ft. auger & motor, elec., separator, grain blower, Ferguson 7' mower, new idea side delivery rake, Ford manuer loader, field sprayer, 4 wheel trailer with flat bed & box, saw mandle, compressor, 4 can milk cooler, 2 gas tanks 560 gallon, 2 unit Sears milking machine, 1947 GMC truck l 1 /^ ton, new bed, good condition. MISC. — Silage fork, 2 scoops, 2 elec. fence chargers, posts, wire 5 gal new paint, hand) tools, barrels, hog waterer, lot of 2" pipe, 12 ft. boat & oars, platform scales, household goods, pile of iron and other items too numerous to mention. Mr. & Mrs. Ell Bennett OWNER Lunch will be served. TERMS: Cash Not Responsible for Accidents AUCTS: Ben Printy & Son CLERK: Jean Printy From Your Full-Service Bank CLEANING SPRAY EQUIPMENT of all traces of previously applied chemicals is a must before the sprayer is used again. Flush equipment thoroughly and remove nozzles for separate cleaning. Circulate a solution of one pound of washing soda per 25 gallons of water through the sprayer. Pump the solution out, rinse, refill and allow to stand for at least 24 hours. Rinse with fresh water several times, then leave filled until used. USING MOTOR OIL in your tractor hydraulic system may be an old-fashioned and costly practice. Hydraulic systems in newer model tractors have much higher pressures than models of several years ago. They have closer tolerances and often require special fluids. Correct oil gives best operation because it has more resistance to foaming and overheat- Ing. Even if the cylinders are leaking excessively, it isn't wise to use cheap oil as it will thin out quickly and leak even more. FEED NEEDS TO TASTE GOOD. Feeds may contain all the necessary nutrients in proper balance and still not give satisfactory results. If a ration does not taste good, feed efficiency will be impaired. Not only will animals fail to eat the right amounts of unpalatable feeds, but digestion will be inhibited. Familiarity and habit are other factors concerned with the palatability of a ration. Avoid sudden shifts from one feed to another. PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE offers protection against a wide variety of risks that can result in severe losses. Courts often consider the farm owner responsible for the safety of all those who normally come onto the farm, even trespassers. Where negligence is proven claims can be very large, so don't take the chance. Governor John Anderson, Jr. has proclaimed the week of April 21 through 27 as Clean-Up Week in Kansas. Spring Clean-Up Week has become an American tradition and this week provides an opportunity for homeowners to dispose of combustible rubbish on which fires can feed. PEOPLES NATIONAL joins with Governor and State Fire Marshal Fred A. Farr in appealing to the citizens of Kansas to participate in Clean-Up Week. Meet Your Friends at "The Friendly Bank" The Peoples National BANK OF OTTAWA Chartered in 1871 From the lop—Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe and Convertible, Corvair Monza Spyder Club Coupe and Convertible, Chevy II Nova 400 SS Sport Coupe and Convertible, Chevrolet Impata SS Sport Coupe and Convertible. Super Sport and Spyder equipment optional at extra cost. four with four without. ALL TO GO! Fictud ••Itrid bMlil M taforaiHM fctllcvtJ * W Ktintt fcrt not •Y DOANE AGRICULTURAL SERVICE. INC.. ST. LOUIS. Chevy's got four entirely different kinds of bucket-seat coupes and convertibles to get your spring on the road right now—the Super Sports! With a choice of extra-cost options like electric tachometers, 4-speed shifts and high-performance engines. First, the Jet-Smooth Impala Super Sport with your choice of 7 different engines that range up to 425 hp and include the popular Turbo-Fire 409* with 340 hp for smooth, responsive driving in city traffic. Optional at extra cost equipment, such as its new Comfortilt steering wheel that you can easily adjust to your convenience. Want something even easier on your family's budget? That's the Chevy II Nova 400 Super Sport. Special instrument cluster, front bucket seats, full wheel discs, three-speed shift or floor-mounted Powe.glide automatic* and other sporty features, sure — but easy on operating cost and upkeep, too. Two more cures for spring fever — the Corvair Monza Spyder with full instrumentation and a turbo-supercharged six air-cooled rear engine that makes it a bigger kick to drive than before. And if you want to pull out' the stops, the Corvette Sting Ray, winner of the "Car Life" 1963 Award for Engineering Excellence. Have a go at a Super Sport at your Chevrolet dealer's. If the promise of spring has been getting to you, we can practically guarantee one of these will, too! *0plional at extra coif. OIJR OHEMRCHJET MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC 412-418 South Main St. Ottawa CH 2-3640

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