The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 25, 1963 · Page 12
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 12

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, April 25, 1963
Page 12
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1189,322 Monthly Social Security Payments Up C.8 Per Cent In County Franklin County Social Security monthly benefits were $189,322 as of December, 1962, reports the district Social Security manager. These benefits include monthly old-age, survivors and disability insurance and represent an increase of 8.8 per cent over the corresponding period the year before. District Manager Charles S. Garrison attributes this increase to recent changes in the Social Security law and the growth of the aged population. Garrison says more Franklin County residents could draw Social Security benefits if they knew more about the law. He urges them to visit or call the local Social Security office whenever they have a question concerning their benefits or responsibilities. By January 1963, more than 18 million beneficiaries nationally were receiving payments at a rate of $1.25 billion a month, Garrison said. The average month- Pomona News Plan Movie And Potluck Supper At Church Sunday By MARY HUDELSON A family social time with a potluck supper will highlight Sunday evening's activities at the Methodist Church, April 28. A full - length, sound movie, "The Will of Augusta Nash," will be shown. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cain were entertained at the home of Kis sister, Florence Cain, in Kantas City Sunday, April 21. The •ccasion brought several former 'omona residents to visit with "Mother" Keeps Up With Babes You can fool a lot of people, &ut you just can't fool sparrows. A few days ago a car drove nto the yard of Mrs. Dora Weaver, RFD 1, Rantoul, and Mrs. Veaver said "We could hear the :hirping of what seemed to be imall birds in the car. In a few minutes a mother iparrow was fluttering around the :ar trying to care for her fam- Jy. The car had been driven more nan a half mile from home with he mother sparrow following. Mrs. Ola Burgesser, Denver, who was attending a hospital convention in Kansas City. Others at the get-together were Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McWhinney, Mrs. Pearl Roth, Mrs. Becky Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Clark, Nob Noster, Mo., Mrs. Evelyn McKinney, Mrs. Harold Hale, and Forest Hale and daughter, Barbara, Topeka. Mrs. Gladys McMillan, a sister of L. J. Langley who came to Pomona on a visit from Denver, was rushed to Topeka Saturday for an emergency operation. She is in Stormont-Vail Hospital. The Pomona Lions Club met Monday evening, April 22, at the Methodist Church. There was further discussion on their main project of the year, the improvement of the entrance to Woodlawn Cemetery. Plans were made to go ahead with the work. The committee of Albert Swallow, Winston Clevenger and Ralph Hunt have out lined the design, and the club hopes to have it carried out by Memorial Day. Fred Cook is doing wrought iron letters for the name. When finished, the entrance gate will furnish another improvement for the town as a service from the Lions Club. VAUNT SUKUE SUB ARE (Why?) PAA One good reason: 3 out of 4 people preferred it in a nationwide test! Valiant salts would be even higher if more people drove it before they bought a compact. How do we Know that? Recently 3600 people in 18 cities were asked to make a fast drive of the leading compacts and pick the one with the best all-around value. Result: 74.5% picked Valiant! •From latest available national sales figures of 1963 models in comparison with 1962 models. BOB WHITE MOTOR CO. 118 8. Hickory, Ottawa, Kansas CH 2-4425 ly old-age retirement benefit In Kansas in January was $72.68. The breakdowns of the benefits in Franklin, Miami, Unn and Anderson counties for December 1962 are as follows: Franklin County — 1821 retired workers received $129,017; 605 wives or husbands received $22,167; 280 widows, widowers and parents received $17,006; 293 mothers and children received $14,826, and 73 disabled workers received $6,306. Miami County — 1366 retired workers received $94,360; 420 wives and husbands received $15,249; 172 widows, widowers and parents received $10,534; 260 mothers and children received $12.335, and 101 disabled workers received $8,359. Linn County — 858 retired workers received $59,434; 349 wives or husbands received $12,514; 117 widows, widowers and parents received $6,530; 131 mothers and children received $5,016, and 36 disabled workers received $2,992. Anderson County — 889 retired workers received $16,877; 347 wives or husbands received $12,343; 133 widows, widowers and parents received $8,347; 148 mothers and children received $5,972, and 34 disabled workers received $3,079. Knoiv Where They Are? WELLSVILLE - Mrs. Nina Jacoby, who is in charge of the mailing list for the Wellsville High School Alumni Association, would like to be contacted by anyone knowing the addresses of the following WHS graduates: Sadie Lewis Harrison, '97; Mary Stone Linton, '97; Charles Gibson, '11; Bessie Compton Strawbridge, '15; Faye Hodges Wendale, '17; Charles Kirkpatrick, '18; Uclma Shields, '24; Verona Alene Fairchild, '26; Tempa Dudley Hascall adn, '27; Dorothy Alma Haggard Wilkinson, '30; David K. Wells, '33; Catherine Marie Shanahan Croch, '36; Clara Virginia Shanahan, '36; Mary Alice Keith Lindsey, '39; Glenton Murwood Balch, '40; Francis Marion Crow Packard, '40; Lloyd M. Reitinger, '41; Joyce Oleva Luttrull, '42; Harvey Luttrell, '42; Amy Ruth Richardson Walls, '43; Betty Jean Randolph, '43; Shirley Jean Baer Thompson, '44; Mona Lee Swanson Pipkins, '44; Adarae Rose Barnes, '45; Catherine Ferguson Pellitier, '46; Donald Rose, '51; and Harold Rose, '55. The invitation committee wants to have the invitations addressed by the end of this week and ready to mail. If anyone can provide the addresses of the persons listed above, they could get in touch with Mrs. Nina Jacoby, TU 3-6589, Wellsville. The Class of 1953, which is in charge of the banquet • reunion this year, has arranged for Reno's Cafeteria to serve the banquet meal. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 25, 1963 Plan Bible School At Wellsville WELLSVILLE - F r ances Ware, director of the Vacation Bible School of the Welhville Baptist Church, and Barbara Wright, assistant director, announced to their superintendents the following schedule to be adopted in the 1963 Vacation Bible School to be held May 27- June 7; All staff members will meet with the pastor, Rev. Homer Ganong, at 4:45 a.m. daily for a pre-prayer service. The school will maintain hours from A to 11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday with these divisions of activities: 15 minute worship service; 15 minutes recess and recreation; one hour teaching program, and one hour for crafts. The program for the Vacation Bible School will be on Sunday night, June 9. The following departmental superintendents will direct the school: Nursery 3's, Virginia Chesbro; kindergarten, Ruth Price; primary, Carol Cramer; middlers, Patsy Shields; junior and junior highs, Nancy Courier; director of crafts, Lois Dunham; in charge of refreshments, Letha Warren. The directors announced an anticipated enrollment in excess of 150. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. GROUI1D BEEF2^89 ProTen R'nd Steak u 79c Lean Pork Steak Ib 49c ......Lb. 39c Sweet Rasher Bacon Prem Franks ££ Ham Salad u 59e Del Monte Pineapple Juice 3 Del Monte — Chunks, Crushed, Tidbits Pineapple 2 46-oz. Cans Del Monte Fruit Cocktail.... Del Monte Yellow Cling 4 No. 303 OO« Cans «"C Peaches 3 N ? * 89c Del Monte Cut Green Beans 4 N ° 99c Del Monte P'Apple - G'Pruit Drink Del Monte Early Garden Peas Del Monte Spinach Cans Del Monte Crm. Style or Whole Kernel Golden Corn 2 N cL 3 ° 3 39c Del Monte Stewed Tomatoes 2 No 303 Ballard or Pillsbury BISCUITS Florida Sweet Corn 5 Ears 39C Fresh Green Beans 2 Lbs 49c Carrots 2 bags 19c Shurfine Coffee Folger's Coffee Shurfine Or. Juice 4 S£ Shurfine Frozen Baby Limas 4 Shurfine Frozen Fr. Fries 2,^ 29c Shurfine Cut Corn 2r£29c Town and Country Ice Cream Choc., Vanilla Str'berry Ms-Gal. OGG'S Market 602 Maple Ph. CH 2-3442 — We Deliver Swift's Prem 12-oz. can 49c Spredit Cheese Spread 2 Lb. Loaf 49c Vets Dog Food 4 No. 1 Cans SSc Regular Modess 2 Boxes of 12 89c Mrs. Tucker's Shortening 3 Lb. Can 680 Schilling Black Pepper 4-oz. Can 89c Cheer ... .Large Box SSc Tide Large Box SSc Lux Liquid 22-oz. Size 39c Shurfine Catsup Food King Chunk Tuna 2 14-oz. Btls. 5 No. 2»/a Cans You Can Put Your Trust In 'Super-Right" Quality Fr«»h Mushrooms £. 29o 7"-l SIRLOIN (Wedge-Bone Removed) PORTERHOUSE OR T-BONE A&P't famous "Super-Right" trim gives you more good eating for your money! All SXCCH fat is trimmed away— NO FATTY TAILS ON STEAKS— and only the rich delicious flavor cornea to your table. You must be satisfied or your money will b« cheerfully refunded! Chuck Steak S3SSSL u 49o Pork Back Ribs Ground Chuck ,±, , 69e Armour Star u 39* £~2ft Lbs. 15Vi-oz. Cans c.:; 46-oz. Cans 39 29 $l« 49 Beef Short Ribs aa u 29c Fish Sticks £&j± 2 S£ Mo Florida, Fresh, Firm New Red Potatoes 6 Washington Fancy, Fresh Red Delicious Apples 2 Special Feature-"Super.Right" Brand Corned Beef Hash 3 Special Feature—Sultana Fin* Quality Whole Purple Plums 2 Special Feature-Chill ft Serve, Grade "A" A&P Tomato Juice 2 Special Feature-Sunshine Fresh Krispy Crackers st 29 Special Feature-Smooth Table Spread, Ann Page Corn Oil Margarine 2 £ 49 Special Feature-Soft Facial Tissues Scotties 2 Scot Paper Towels -29 Garbage Bags S3 £25 Soaky Bubble Bath °:69 e Kitchen Charm £ 2 .'39' White or Colored Boxes of 400 AJAX LIQUID Household Cleaner 15-oz. Size CHEER DETERGENT For Home Laundry 2 Large Pkgi. g£0 DDZ DETER6ENT For Home Laundry tarter Six* OXYDOL Household Detergent 2 Urge Pkg*. At* Vacuum COFFEE MR. CLEAN LIQUID Household Cleaner 15-oz. Bottle 39 C FAB DETERGENT For Home Laundry 2 Urge Pkgi. CHASE ft SANBORN Vacuum Pack Coffee Mb. Tin Jane Parker Luscious Cherry Pie CAKE Swiss Cheese IK: Preserves «*"* 2 £ 59< 49° BisquickMix wr r69' Baby Foods S3 7^79* Crisco Shortening 3 £ 89° Florient Spray t;.r -790 COMNWV. INC. Prices Effectivt thru April nth. Ottawa, KinsM

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