The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 25, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

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f H Big Week At Osawatomie Hospital OSAWATOMIE — The "wcl- and other guests are invited to come" banners will fly i n Osawatomie Sunday, April 28, as the Osawatomie State Hospital and its neighbors prepare to receive some 2,500 visitors for the hospital's annual Open House, the first day of Health Week. National Mental Theme of this year's Open House is "Great Day," in commemoration of the hospital's 100th birthday. Highlight of the day will be a musical satire, "Great Day," presented by patients and employes at 1:30* p.m. in the auditorium of the new Rehabilitation Center which will be open for the first time. In addition to "Great Day," come spend the day. The second big event of the | week, Community - Hospital Night iat the Osawatomie City Auditorium, Monday, April 29, is expected to bring out an audience of more than 500. This is the fourth annual Community-Hospital Night when Osawatomie State Hospital employes and members of the community gel together in an evening of fun and fellowship to honor employees and volunteers for service to the mentally ill. Dr. Robert A. Haines, Topeka, director of Kansas State institutions, will present the awards. Lowell Gish, Ottawa, lecturer and banquet entertainer, will serve as there will be bus and walking tours, exhibits, displays of handcrafts and educational films. Hospital staff, patients and area residents will serve as guides, answer question and welcome visitors. Canteen and picnic facilities are available, and relatives master of ceremonies. Music will be provided by two groups, the Madrigal Singers of Paola and the Osawatomie High School Band. Registered Nurses' Day on May 1 and Physicians' Day on May 3 will round out the week's I schedule. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 25. Wellsville News ;.' DISCUSSING PLANS for Community-Hospital in Osawatomie Monday, April 29, are Paul H. Kapp /(right), chaplain of the Osawatomie State Hospital and general chairman of the hospital's Mental :-Health Week activities; Representative Wayne Angell of Ottawa (left), and Lowell Gish, Ottawa, . f ^hV-wBl serve as master of ceremonies for the fourth annual event. (Herald Photo by Lois I Smith). Iflbnor Past lOfficers I,/.''... J!'Rebekahs honored past noble Kands and past grands at the Uneeting last evening in IOOF liall. '• Present to receive the hon- IKS were 18 past noble grands ind nine past grands. All re- jpejved gifts. • [Mrs. George Starbuck was (chairman 1 of the committee and jaiye -.a fea'ding! She was assisted by Miss Alia O'Flaherty and ibis, Sam Johnston. Mrs. Ivan $c;Fadden presided and gave a |oem. Mrs. Frank Sargent was jiJE ;the piano. Tjjlans were made for the presi- loent's fund and a donation of i'imade to ROC. .Refreshments were served from Pick 1963-64 Cheerleaders; Carol Warnock Heads Them -ler, rw , .^— decorated with spring flowers. Serving were Mrs. Star- feck;. Miss O'Flaherty, M r s. IJJohtiston, Mrs. Carl Furman, Mrs. 'Arlene Nelson and Mrs. Sargent. \'!. '-- to Deeds ,v > Gleason Co. to Robert L. Say- 11 lot H & Sai'/i 1 Lot 12 Blk 1 _._ M Add. (Corp. Deed); Leo N. j-4fchartz to Earl Wall, Undiv. Vb Int. "Tir.NWV4 Sec. 27 W',0 SEV 4 Sec. 22 kl9: Leon N. Schwartz to Junior Wall, BdlV; '/» Int. NMr of NW'A Sec. 27 & *SE'/4 of Sec. 22 a 11 18-19; daft Servaes to Earl E. Wall, SE'/i EV4 Sec. 4 19-19 40 acres; James G. •jftltexander to E. L. Walker, lot 16 jAk.^1 Gleasons Add.; Neal Baxter, Wnt. of J. T. Shlpps to Wm. W. Clev£ ger, N'/i Lot 39 & all of lot 41 S Bin St. Pomona (Admr. Deed); Ray ,a»r»bart to Albert H. Barnhart, SE>/ 4 ItE'A Sec. 8 & SW'/i NW'/4 Sec. 9 16"19 80 acres; Mary M. Higglnbottom to J31si*.-B. Payne, lots 2-4-6-Blk 118; Don i'feMade to S. Robert McCrea, lot 30 Or- Cbftrd Heights; Billle Curry to Carl L. "Kennedy, lot No. 7 Smith Subdiv. No •JP; Carl Kennedy to Billle Curry, S'/ 2 •'•drea. NW'A Sec. 2 17-19; Leonard /A.' Morgan to Elmer Hull, Lots 42-14 B;k 1 Univ. Add.; Gertrude W. Lewis \6 James Savage, lot No. 8 McLains AjJd,:, Wellsville; The Gleason Co. Inc tb Wayne F. Garrett, lot No. 6 Glea V To Attend Convention Chapter AU, PEG, made plans for attending the state convention during the meeting Tuesday evening with Mrs. Harold J. Lamb. Chapter AU will be one of the entertaining chapters for the convention at Ft. Scott May 7, 8 and 9. Mrs. D. L. Carver gave a report on the reciprocity luncheon held in Ottawa Saturday. Mrs. Wallace Wells gave the program topic, "Wonders of Space." Mrs. John Sheldon was co-hostess. CRAIG ELLIS is the 5«/ 2 month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Martin, Overbrook. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Martin, Overbrook; and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin E. Olmsted, Wichita. Great - grandparents arc Mrs. Bess Martin, Ottawa, and Mr. and M r s. Clyde Chambers, Pomona. By BERNICE HOLDEN Wellsville High School cheerleaders were elected for the 1963-1964 school year by the student body Friday. They were Chloe Ann Beattie, Barbara Caruthers, Terri Fouts, Deanna Leach, Carol Warnock and Geryl Broers, alternate. Carol Warnock was selected by the cheerleaders as head cheerleader. The final and third water well drilled for the city on the John Neis farm has proved a good producer, and will be acceptable. The well was brought in Thursday, April 18, by Carl Moore, driller. It is running 50 to 55 gallons a minute. It was quite a long distance from the sea but, nevertheless, there was a sea gull which flew around the drilling rig several times. Mrs. Ben Nitcher and two sons left by plane to return to their home at South Shoe, Ky., following a month's visit with relatives at Wellsville, Ottawa and Williamsburg. For the past four weeks, Nitcher was in West Virginia Georgia and Ohio in an intensive training program for his new job with Motorola as district service representative. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Flynn and family were his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Baward Flynn and son, Moran. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader sons Add.; Doris B. Coffman to Rex L. Fatten, lots 8-9-Blk 15 Wellsville; David A. Bryan to Clyde Nichols, lots 12-14-16-18-20-all Blk 1 Johnsons Add.; Robert G. Spatz to Marian Bushier, S473' of EVi of SW'A Sec. 4 17-20; Donald Meeker to chas. Hendrickson, lot 15 Blk 6 Gleasons Add. WHEN you want to feed your dog the best... 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