The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 1, 1963 · Page 12
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 12

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, May 1, 1963
Page 12
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f .feant&ut Newi ji ___ Back From * * Nebraska »• By MRS. GALE GILBERT >Mr. and Mrs. Faync Lalhen have returned home from Grand Island, Neb., where they visited his brother, Vern Lathcn and Mrs, Lathen. Ray Dooley is building a room on the Merle Caylor home. Mrs. Chester Jackson and Maria went to Topeka to attend a,. meeting for postmasters and postmistresses. Mrs. Lurry Sprntt was substitute postmistress while Mrs. Jackson was gone. Mr. and Mre. George Bohr, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bohr of Independence, Kansas visited at the I?. C. Hermesmeyer home. The carnival held at Grade School recently was a success. Nearly $200 was taken in and sponsors will clear around $175, which will 1x5 used for the school. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hcrmscmcy- er of Amarillo, Tex., were among visitors at the Bud Hermcsmcy- er home. Mrs. E. ft. Martin accompanied by Mrs. S. D. Needham of Rantoul, Mrs. Elizabeth Mcllvain and Mrs. Louise Wilt of Lane went to Topeka to attend Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star Lodge. Expect 100 At Assembly • TOPEKA (AP)-More than 100 persons arc expected to attend the 1003 general assembly of the Kansas Council of Churches May 5 and fi at Hulchinson, the council said today. Dr. A. Dudley Ward, Methodist :Ieader from Washington, will be the assembly guest speaker. BEARDED ONE MEETS KFIRUSHCIIEV GRANDSON Fidel Castro, Cuban Prime Minister, holds Soviet Premier Khrushchev's grandson, Nikita, in his arms us the visitor from Cuba spent n dny at Khrushchev's country house on outskirts of .Moscow. Federal Aid Cut From Bill By JOHN HECKLER WASHINGTON (AP) - Democratic leaders of the House Education Committee have given up all hope this your for legislation providing Rcnernl federal aid to schools. They arc dropping it from the administration's education bill. Cliairmiin Adnm Clayton Powell, D-N.Y., and other ranking Democrats have decided it would be futile to usk Congress now to provide aid for public elementary and high schools, They still hope, however, to keep most of the rest of President Kennedy's comprehensive educa tion bill in one piece, despite pressure from committee Republicans to concentrate on a single section—aid to colleges. Abandonment of lliu proposal to make federal funds available to the states for public-school construction nncl teachers' salaries murks the third straight year Kennedy has bcun unable to got a vole in the House on what he has culled the heart of his education program. WelUville Newi City Officials Are Installed By BERNICE IIOLDEN Wellsvillc's city officials were installed by outgoing Mayor, Donald Harrison, Friday night. Installed as mayor was John Ncis. Members of the city council include Evan Phillips, Edward Barnett, Jim Simmons, Lee Chamberlain (incumbent), and Harold Bouse. Police judge is Frank Taylor. Appointive offices filled were as follows: Mrs. NcEva Myers, city clerk; Leroy Childs, city treasurer; Fred Volquardsen, city marshal; Charles Steen, water superintendent; Olin Leach, street foreman. Jim Simmons and Olin Leach will be sworn in at the next coun- cil meeting as they were unable I to be present. Meeting at the home of Mrs. James Bosworth Thursday, was the financial committee of the Woman's Society of Christian Service,. the Wellsville Methodist Church. A tentative budget for the coming year was drawn up to be presented for approval at the next meeting of the Woman's Society, as June is the beginning of the new financial year. Ten were present. Cub Scouts and boys who will be Cub Scouts this fall gathered at the City Park for a wiener roast and potluck supper Thursday. Russell Lambert, Cubmas- t e r, presented achievement awards to Greg Davenport, Mike Willhite, Kenny O'Connor, Mark Peterson, Lyle Shields and David Holtwick. Boy Scouts, Ted Holland and Nick Harrison each received the shoulder rope in re • ognition of having served as Den Chief. The Sunflower Unit was in charge of the Miami County HDU Spring Tea recently held in the basement of the Methodist Church, Paola, Guest speaker was George Stevens, director of agriculture, KCMO. Stevens showed films on Alaska and Hawaii giving narration. Present from Sunflower Unit were Mrs. Stanley Dale, Mrs. Charles Rogers, Mrs. Mae Elliott, Mrs. Elmer Sicg, Mrs. Bob Per- kins, Mrs. Montie Martin, tnd| J2 Mrs. L. 8. Schendel. Last Friday, a group from the Sunflower HDU attended a meeting on cancer at the Antioch Hall. Mrs. Jay DeTar, Richmond Township Chairman, was in charge. Two films on cancer were shown. Mrs. Frances Bryson, Home Economics Agent of Miami County, operated the film projector. A nurse was present to answer questions. After the meeting donations were given to the cancer fund. The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Wellsville Methodist Church is having a shower of new or used clothing and foods for the Delia C. Lamb Home in Kansas City. Articles may be brought either to the church or to the home of Mrs. Clarence Coffman by Thursday, May 9. Following the Senior Class play, Lois Schendel had as over THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, May 1, 1963 night guests Bonnie Bivins, Nancy Harris, Nancy Shannon, Omera Knoop, Susan Gleisberg, and Judy Martin of Mission. Among those attending a family gathering recently at the Lewis Schendel home, Eudora, to honor his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Schendel, Albert and Lois. Most of the group came to the L. B. Schendel's for fishing in the afternoon. Remaining for a picnic supper were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pinzl, David and Debbie, Independence, Mo. The L. B. Schendel family entertained at a steak supper honoring Larry Denton's birthday. Alice Hendricks, Edgerton, and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Schendel were others present. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Thursday, May 2 ACME QUALITY PAINT STORE Friday 3 Saturday 4 336 South Main, Ottawa, Kans. Phone CH 2-1493 SUPER SPECIALS! GRAND-OPENING WALLPAPER SALE! A. Q. LATEX FLAT WALL PAINT Big Special at $3.39 per gallon Special purchase, 125 patterns in stock to select from. Your choice, regularly priced up to 1.79 per single roll. 49 Per Single Roll Big Special 5' Ladder $2.98 A strong rigid ladder fully i-odded— equipped with a sturdy self lock for positive lock when open. 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