The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 3, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Friday, May 3, 1963
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Plan Petunia Garden At Ransom Memorial PETUNIA PREVIEW — Mary McClay, 3-year-old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Rodney McClay, 419 S. Cedar, shows how she will plant her petunia plant Sunday in the Ransom Memorial Hospital Garden. Her mother is a member of the Hospital Auxiliary, sponsoring organization. To observe National Hospital )ay and the birthday of Ransom Memorial Hospital, the hospital auxiliary is sponsoring a petunia arden around the base of the wspital's flag pole. This garden will be created 'rom petunia plants donated by anyone in the county wishing to contribute — individual adults, children, clubs, organizations, school classes, church and Sunday School groups. "All we want is one petunia— any color—from each contribu- ;or," says an auxiliary spokesman. "Bring your petunia to the lospital lawn Sunday, May 12, Between 1 and 4 p.m., for plant- ig." The Franklin County Medical Auxiliary members, who are also Hospital Auxiliary members, will register contributors and show them where to plant the petunia. The garden is not a new idea but an extension of a practice originated years ago. The Auxiliary also is introducing the idea of a Ransom Memorial Hospital landscaping committee. It would be composed of county residents who have knowledge of plants, shrubs and trees and who would be willing to work with Stephen A. Lott, ad ministrator, to develop a long range plan for the hospita grounds. Anyone interested in serving on this committee shoulc contact the auxiliary president Mrs. Robert Grabham, CH 2-3303 Rotarians a Hear Report On Railroads "Railroading Yesterday and Today" was discussed by Harry J. Briscoe, Emporia, superintendent of the eastern division of Santa Fe, at the meeting of the Ottawa Rotary Club Wednesday. He traced the growth of the Santa Fe from its founding by Cyrus K. Holliday of Topeka in 1859 until the present. He related history of the early days. Gone are the old water tanks and coal chutes, he said, made obsolete by the diesel, which he proclaimed "the life saver" of railroading. The traffic density on the eastern division, which goes through Ottawa, is the heaviest on the Santa Fe system, he said. The first railroad into Ottawa, the old L. L. & G. from Lawrence, later became a part of Santa Fe. It was built in 1868. Guests at the club meeting included Lowell Hodgson, Briscoe's secretary; Akil Asfoor, Jordan, an OU student; Rev. Herman Van Arsdale, Dell Rapids, S.D., Len Perron and Charles Stapleton, both of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Helen Harrel the club's represea tative in the Miss Ottawa contest. WTLLIAMSBURG — The Wil- iamsburg High School FHA Chap- :er presented a spring style show for the public in the high school auditorium. The show was planned by Mrs. Elothi Miller, home economics ;eacher. The girls in home economics classes I, H and HI modeled sports wear, casual clothes, school clothes and suits. The home economics class HI girls also modeled hats which they had made. The theme of the show was "A Modern Cinderella." The part of Beth was played by Penny Reekie and the part of the Fairy Godmother was played by Nora Massey. Narration was by Gail Collins. Two short humorous skits were given by the four Senior girls be- Siamese Twins Six Months Old WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP)Siamese twin brothers, who are joined at the top of their heads, are six months old today. Mark and Michael Genovese sons of Marine Sgt, and Mrs. James Genovese, have been in North Carolina Baptist Hospita since they were five days old. A physician said it will take four or five operations to separate the boys. FHA Stages Style Show tween the three acts. The girl: were Sandi Thornbrugh, Janice Williken, Nancy Bethell and Jean Reichard. The skits were nar rated by Pam Spencer. After the show the audience al ended a tea in the home econo mics room. DEAR FRANKLIN COUNTY FRIENDS: PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN SICK NEED HOSPITAL INSUR ANCE TOO. And now, most of them can get it. The Pyramid Life Insurance Company of Kansas City, Kas. has just announced a hospital and surgical policy that can be written for almost everyone, regardless of age or any disease he may have had. If you, or some member ol your family, have been refused hospital insurance because of pre vious ill health now is your chance to apply for it. These policies are modestly priced and are guaranteed renew able for life. Rates can never be changed on your policy alone. Write or phone me at once for complete information about this amazing protection which is now being offered by the Pyramid Life Insurance Company. Sincerely, Merlin Casteel 1440 Elm Ottawa -Adv. Phone CH 2-1778 Bill Ding Soys... TV LIVING QUARTERS OO BE: FAIR, A GUM PUS BOOM SAVES WEAR AMD TEAR m IT'S FUN. TOO We have in stock the following paneling: Mahogany Ash Walnut Elm Cherry Oak Birch Fir All from 12c Ft. Up HUBBARD LUMBER L BACK FROM DIVORCE TRIP - Jayne Mansfield, Holly, wood celebrity, clutches her dog as she poses with nightclub entertainer Nelson Sardelli in Los Angeles, Calif. Sardclli accompanied actress to Mexico where she was granted divorce from Mickey Hargitay. Youth Banquet WELLSV1LLE - Harry Johnson, Mission, YFC Club director who coordinates the teenage program in Wellsville, extends an invitation to all teenagers to attend the Youth For Christ spring formal banquet tonight in the basement auditorium of the-Hudson Oil Building, Kansas City. Approximately 600 teenagers are expected to attend this banquet, Johnson said. A delegation from Wellsville will attend, and is to meet in front of the school at 5:15 p.m. The price will be $2 per person. Those attending should dress in "Sunday clothes." Children Hurt In Bus Mishap BURDEN, Kan. (AP)—A school bus sideswiped a bridge Thursday and all the 24 pupils aboard were injured. Eight youngsters and Delber Hensley, 46, the bus driver, al of Burden, were hospitalized a Winfield, Kan. A concrete guard post and thi railing of the bridge peeled back the right side of the bus like the lid of a sardine can. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. WELBORN'S ELECTRIC SERVICE CH 2-4332—1220 E. 7th Taul Bunyan 9 In Cane Patch By BEN F. MEYER WASHINGTON (AP)-A new Castro is getting big publicity in luba these days. His name is Reynaldo Castro. He las become famous for amazing eats attributed to Mm as a cane utter. Reynaldo appears almost as spectacular a figure as the U.S. Northwest's legendary lumber- ack, Paul Bunyan, a man who wrformed amazing feats—accord- Pilots Die In Air Collision KINGSTON, N.Y. (AP)-Two 'eteran civilian lest pilots, check- ng out electronic equipment, col- ided over the Catskill Mountains ate Thursday in F105D Thunder- chief jet fighters. Both were killed. Their lest flight was of such a nature that it should not have con- .ributed to a collision, a Republic Aviation Corp. spokesman at Farmingdale, N.Y., said. Killed were Jack Bade, 42, of Massapequa, N.Y., A much-decorated Army Air Corps ace of World War II, and Don Seaver, 37, of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., a Navy combat pilot of World War and Korea. ing to the lore of the lumber camps. There are two big differences, however. While Bunyan was purely mythical, U.S. officials arc inclined to believe Keynaldo exists. And while Bunyan's astonishing accomplishments were told for entertainment, Reynaldo is a vehicle for propaganda in Ihe dusty, hot cane fields. The feats of Reynaldo are being heralded in speeches and in published and broadcast propaganda commentaries. During Havana's televised May MEET YOUR FRIENDS at ELBOW LOUNGE Cliff Gibson, Mgr. SALE OF SALES NO GIMMICKS-NO GIVE AWAYS JUST PLAIN GREATLY REDUCED LOW PRICES Not Just A Few Models, But Our Entire Stock Of RCA ICTOR MARKED DOWN FOR YOUR BENEFIT 23" Black and White TELEVISION CONTEMPORARY SHOWPIECE The RUPERT Series 233-C-80-M 23* tube (overall dfag.) 282 sq, In. picture RCA VICTOR Tkw-UL&L TV Was 339.95 Now $265.00 Other Models as low as $185.00 w/t AM-FM, FM Only, RADIOS from STEREOS from Table and Clock RADIOS from... Color TELEVISION from Transistor RADIOS from.... Portable TELEVISION from $ 27 73 19 465 14 134 50 50 00 w/t 95 // You Are Going To Want Any Of These Items In The Next Six Months, You Owe It To Yourself AND Your Bank Account To Come In And See. TAKE UP TO THREE YEARS TO PAY Let Us Show You That Good Service Makes The Difference. CRITES APPLIANCE CENTER THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, May 3, 1963 Day parade, monitored Wednesday at Key West, Fla., a sturdy look-,-. ing man on the reviewing stand with Deputy Prime Minister Raul . Castro and President Osvaldo Dtor- — ticos was introduced to the crowd as the fabulous Reynaldo. Raul Castro announced that Reynaldo outdid himself last Sunday by cutting 2,308 arrobas— ' 57,700 pounds of sugar cane in a.,, 10-hour period. The various speeches do not' mention whether Reynaldo is re-/;; latcd to Cuba's Prime Minister, ~ Fidel Castro. TRUCKING Livestock & General FREIGHT Local or Long Distance OEREN ALT1C Ph. Ottawa - CH 2-5698 SHOP v CHECK ^ COMPARE LITWINS 419 S. Main Phone CH 2-3700 COMFORT FASHIONED Women's CANVAS FLATS Popular summertime casuals! All with vulcanized white rubber soles and foam cushion insoles. You'll want several pairs. Black—White Special Discount $198 Ladies' Sleeveless BLOUSES Sizes 32 to 38 $ 1 1 Pair at Ldtwin's t:; ij • mad.. gay... classics! 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