THE, OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October 2, 1961 News Briefs Copies of the play, "Blithe Spirit," to be presented in November by the Ottawa Community Theater, may be checked out at the Carnegie Library. Tryouts for roles will be at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 9 and 10 at the Municipal audi- Deaths torium. Week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fritts, RFD 3, were their son, Pvt. Lewis R. Fritts, and two of his friends, Pvt. Gary Switzer of Hays and Pvt. Ralph Roily of Salt Lake City, Utah. They are all stationed at Ft. Sill, Okla. While here Lewis also visited with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fritts of Ottawa. Hawthorne P.T.A. program tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the school will be a film on TB testing and a talk on the subject by Mrs. Rosalie Osburn, county health nurse. ROBERT L. MYERS Funeral services for Robert L. Myers, 50, of Independence, Mo., were held today at 2 p.m. in Lane Methodist Church. A service will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in Flora Hill Mortuary, Independence, Mo., with burial in Flora Hill Cemetery. He died from a heart attack Saturday morning in Independence. He was born in La Crosse. A World War II veteran, he was employed at the Osawatomie State Hospital. He was a member of Lane Methodist Church. Surviving are the widow, his father, Art Myers of Lane; a brother, Melvin Myers, Ottawa; a sister, Mrs. Paul Baker, Belton, Mo.; a step-son, Jack May, Lane; and nieces and nephews. BRETT A. BURGOON Brett A., infant son of Alvin and Carolee (Burns) Burgeon, 747 Tremont, was stillborn in Ransom Memorial Hospital Sunday at 8:28 p.m. Surviving are the parents and their three sons, Roger, Tim anc Wellsville News Two Attend Curriculum Conference By BERNICE HOLDEN Attending the curriculum conference at Leavenworth High School were Supt. W. on and Elementary Mrs. Mattie Gingrich, former longtime Ottawan, fell and broke her wrist Sunday evening at the Methodist Home for the Aged, where she is a resident. She was treated at Stormont-Vail Hospital and released. Alan; grandparents, Arthur Burns, RFD 2, Pomona; Mrs Vaugh Burns, Ottawa; and Mr and Mrs. John Love, Pomona and a great-grandmother, Mrs Nettie Burgoon, Ottawa. Graveside services will be held in Stanton Cemetery near Rantoul Wednesday with Rev. Thomas Ingle officiating. Relatives will E. Peter- Principal Job Hepner. The conference was sponsored by the Kansas State )epartment of Public Instruc- ion. All of the personnel from the curriculum section were present .0 describe the work they were doing. Dr. George Cleland discussed the National Defense Education Act which Congress recently extended for two additional years. Glenn Swengros discussed the development of the curriculum guide for physical education in the elementary school. Wellsville elementary school is one of the schools being used to test the effectiveness of the guid This conference was the first of eight. Supt. W. E. Peterson attended the one-day conference to improve school administration at Wichita. The conference was sponsored by the Kansas Asso- Request Money For Flood Works l/egak Second District Congressman Robert F. Ellsworth appeared with Lew Paramore, area manager of the Mississippi Valley Association, and a group of Second District citizens before staff members of the Bureau of the Budget this afternoon to ask for planning and construction money to be included in the 1963 fiscal year budget for various flood control projects in the district. The projects and amounts requested are as follows: Perry dam and reservoir, $2 million for (First Published 9-18-81) (Last Published 10-18-61) STATE OP KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE ' I, Coleman Tolvcrt, sentenced 4-2859 for the crime o! Murder 2nd Degree In Franklin County. Kansas, will apply on 10-28-81 for Executive Cem- ency, to the Governor, at his offlc* Tolvert. meet at Towner's Chapel at 10 a.m. on Wednesday to drive to the cemetery. Russell Stover Candies, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv About 50 persons attended a joint meeting of Princeton Workers and Sunflower HDD's at Acorn community center recently. Myron Steere'talked on "Wills and Titles," and Mrs. Rosalie Osburn showed a film on skin testing for TB. Charles Thorn, Wellsville, was called to Lawrence by the death of his step-mother, Mrs. Maude P. Thorn, 73, in Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Saturday morning. She is survived by her widower, Furman Thorn, two daughters, one son, and a brother. The funeral will be in Graves Chapel, Caney, Wednesday at 2 p.m. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dewey McClay during the weekend were sons of the couple and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ledom, Clear-water, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McClay, Chanute. Speaker for the annual Homecoming Sunday of New Hope Baptist Church 10 miles east on Logan will be Rev. J. W. Bays. Don Welton of Mound City will speak at the afternoon service following a basket dinner. HAPPY GIRL — Cassie Railback, 5, Hutchinson, hugs her dog Corkey who was found by Oklahoma City police at Oklahoma State Fair. Officers said dog was found in possession of a carnival worker. Cassie's parents presented Oklahoma police a 20- pound cake as a token of appreciation. The couple had sent a picture of Corkey to the police asking that they check the fairgrounds for the dog. Corkey was lost last week at the Kansas State Fair at Hutchinson. construction; $500,000 for riam local Lawrence levees, construction; Mer- protection project, MRS. CORA A. KIBBE Cora A. Kibbe, 92, former longtime resident of Franklin County, died Sept. 30, at 8 a.m. from a heart attack at her home near Eureka Springs, Ark. Cora Alice Stith was bora Aug. 23, 1869, on a farm southwest of Peoria, a daughter of Henry T. and Susan Jane (Burney) Stith, pioneer residents of Franklin County. The family later moved to a farm seven miles east of Ottawa, where they resided for many years. Cora Stith was married on March 3, 1897, to Milo William Kibbe of near Princeton. The couple lived more than 50 years in Ottawa and on a farm two miles west of Rantoul, moving to Eureka Springs in 1951. Mr. Kibbe died April 1, 1957. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Edith Bestard, of the home; Mrs. Winifred Foreman, Eureka Springs; and Mrs. Alice Rutherford, New Orleans, ul * **t A,'. ".: i -v-k S* Wesley Hollon, 720 W. 5th, has reported the theft of a bicycle from behind the high school Sept. 29, according to police records. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 24431. adv. Roscoe C. Stith, Portland, Ore.; and Leon R. Stith, Fairfax, Okla.; and one grandson. A son, William Leonard Kibbe, died in 1902. Funeral services will be held Oct. 3 at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist Church in Eureka Springs, with the Nelson Funeral Home in charge. Burial will be in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery near Eureka Springs. A 1953 car belonging to Gary Burke, Wichita, received major damages when it struck a high curb in the 600 block on Walnut late Saturday night. The car was driven by Alan L. Rybolt, 16, 1023 N. Cedar, police said. The Franklin County commissioners, Cecil Vining, Richmond, Earl Richardson, Ottawa, and Joe Button, Centropolis, will join Fred Gardner, county engineer, in attending the serni-annual meeting of the Association of County Commissioners and Engineers of Southeast Kansas tomorrow in Chanute. Vining and Gardner are the outgoing president and secretary of the group. Two divorce suits have been fil- MRS. MINNIE L. REYNOLDS Mrs. Minnie Lois Reynolds, 122 S. Hickory, died in Ransom Memorial Hospital today at 1:30 a.m. In failing health for three years, she was seriously ill for three months. She had lived in Ottawa since 1903, moving from Kansas City. She was born at Richmond and was the daughter of Louis and Elizabeth Frazier. On Nov. 16, 1920, in Ottawa, she was married to William H. Reynolds who died March 14, 1954. Mrs. Reynolds was a musician and pianist and for many years had dance bands playing for square dances and other engage- ciation of School Administrators, Kansas State Department of Public Instruction, Kansas Association of School Boards, Kansas Congress of Parent and Teachers, Kansas State Teachers Association, American Association of School Administrators and Kansas State universities and colleges. Speakers were Dr. Marion McGhehey, executive director of Kansas Association of School Boards; Dr. Stephan J. Knezevich, professor of education at Florida State University, and John B. Geissinger, superintendent of schools in Tenafly, N. J. A basket supper was served at the North Windy community meeting Thursday night, held to welcome new residents of the community. Mrs. Tommy Spillman, president, conducted the business meeting. The election of officers was held, with the following elected: Mrs. Harvey Plummer, president; Mrs. Walter Revey, vice president; Bill O'Connor, secretary-treasurer. The Bereans held a class party Thursday night at Wellsville Baptist Church. Hostesses included Mrs. Roger Gould, Mrs. Ray Brecheisen, Mrs. Delia Seyler and Mrs. S. L. Crawford. Devotions were given by Mrs. Homer Ganong. Mrs. Olin Leach, president, presided at the business meeting. It was decided to have a turkey supper and bazaar Oct. 27 at Wellsville Baptist Church, Recreation followed the meeting, and refreshments were served by the hostesses. Rash Of Crashes During Weekend Sheriff's officers and state troopers had a busy weekend. State troopers began the weekend work Saturday after a 1955 pick-up truck driven by Richard W. Schultz, 57, Quenemo, struck the left rear wheel of semi-trailer belonging to Fairmont Food, Council Grove, and pulled by a tractor driven by Homer K. Meierhoff, 41, also of Council Grove. Trooper Art Jensen said the large rig was going east on K-68 at Pomona and Schultz, going south, attempted a left turn. Schultz, whose pick-up was wrecked, was charged in County Court with failing to yield the right of way. About 3 "p.m. Sunday, Jensen said, cars driven by Warren F. Bruner, 22, Rantoul, and Jackie S. Carnes, 19, lola, met head-on at the railroad track a half mile west of US59 on Greenwood Road. Both cars received major damages. About an hour later, sheriff's officers added, cars driven by Jua- nita J. Schulz, 27, and Merrita R. Poe, 22, both of Rantoul, collided on a county road a mile south of Rantoul, causing major damage to both cars. The drivers told officers that they did not see each other until it was too late to avoid a collision. State troopers using radar on Interstate 35 yesterday cited 23 persons for speeding. None of those cited were from this area. $25,000 for planning; Kansas City terminal bridge modification, $1,500,000 for construction; Pomona dam, $3 million for construction: Melvern dam, $300,000 for construction; Ottawa local protection project, enough to complete project; Hillsdale dam and reservoir, $25,000 for planning; Osawatomie local protection, $25,000 for planning; Fort Scott dam and reservoir, $25,000 for planning; Agricultural levees (mostly in Kansas and Missouri), $3 million for construction. In connection with the requests Ellsworth said, "Recent floods and other devastation resulting from floods in the Second District make these requests all the more imperative if thousands and millions of dollars of property are to be saved in the future, not to mention lives and the health and safety of our people. I will fight for these items with every resource at my command until the projects become realities. Pomona News Discuss School Unification By MARY HUDELSON Pomona was host Wednesday for a meeting at the high school of the principals of the grade and high schools and boards of education from Williamsburg, Appanoose and Pomona. This was an informal get-together to talk over the subject of unified school districts. Present were Willard Binns, Williamsburg; Mrs. John Lederer, Appanoose, and James Driver, Pomona, who are members of the County school subcommittee. Wednesday's meeting provided information about the feeling in the three areas and the personal opinions of the various principals and board members. There appeared to be a unanimous feeling among those present that they would be willing to go along with an area which might include these three districts if such an area were to be submitted by the subcommittee. Several members of the Methodist church accompanied Rev. R. A. Trowbridge to the Inter- board School and Workshop for the Ottawa District at Ottawa's First Methodist Church on Sept. 28. (First published 9-25-61) (Last published 10-9-61) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ll. In the Probate Court of said County and State In the Matter of the Estate of Florence L. K. Judd aka Florence K. Judd, aka Mrs. William A. " 1 PETITION FOE FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to all ncrsons concerned: . P You arc hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by Homer J. Henning, executor of tho w^of Florence L. K. Judd, aka Florence K. Judd. aka Mrs. William A Judd deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval ot his acts proceedings and accounts as executor allowance for his fees, attorneys fees, and expenses; and al>,o praying that the court determine he helr« T devisees and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof to which each is entitled End distribute and assign the same to them in accordance with the will of Florence L. K. Judd, aka Florence K. Judd, aka Mrs. William A Judd deceased; and you are hereby requlrcfl to file your written defenses thereto bu • • «v j ** .—.L -i.... nf r\t*1 non or before the 17th day of October. 1901, at 2:00 o'clock p.m., on said day, In said court, In the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. Homer J. Kenning, Anderson & Byrd, Attorneys for Petitioner Petitioner (First Published 9-18-61) (Last Published 10-10-61) STATE OF KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE I, Gordon Camper, sentenced 8-1C-57 for the crime of Crime Against Nature Hab. in Franklin County. Kansas, will apply on 10-20-61 for Executive Clemency, to the Governor, at his office In Topcka, Kansas. Petitioner: Gordon Camper. Hospital Notes Admissions Anthony Lee, 521 S. Oak; Saturday. Jesse Sunday. Gregg, 903 Maple; Births Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beitler, ed in District Court here, according to James court records. E. Welch vs. They are Doris E. Welch and Betty Jo Cunningham vs. Richard Eugene Cunningham. Mrs. Cunningham has asked for custody of the six minor children. Ottawa City voters will vote on Extension Council officers tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the First Methodist Church, according to Don Brown, county agent. Postmaster T. J. Cummings has received announcement that the 24th annual Letter Writing Week ments. She was a member of the j g jj ver Methodist Church. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Benham and Geoffrey, Littleton, Colo., came Friday morning by train to be present for funeral services for Mrs. May Fiehler, Benham's grandmother. They returned Sunday night. Mrs. Irene Jennings will speak at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of Wellsville Baptist Church Thursday, Oct. 5, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Jennings is the wife of Dr. Raymond Jennings, Ottawa. Dr. and Mrs. Jennings were missionaries in Japan a few years ago, and she will be showing slides of Japan in the church auditorium. The Berean Class will be in charge of the will be celebrated during week of Oct. 1 to Oct. 7. the Sterling Man C? Ill Peace Corps WASHINGTON (AP)-One Kansan and two Missourians are among 44 persons selected to begin training at Pennsylvania State University today for Peace Corps teaching service in the Philippines. They are Beryl L. Darrah, 23, of Sterling, Kan.; Marthlu Bledsoe, 22, Kirksvilie, Mo.; and Pa- Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Amelia "Millie" Sowers, and Miss Katheryn Sehnert of the home; and one granddaughter, Mrs. Murnie Barnes, Seneca; and two great-grandsons. Funeral services will be held from McVey-Dengel Mortuary Wednesday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. MRS. F. C. SANFORD Mrs. F. C. Sanford, 76, died today at 7 a.m. at her home four miles east of Ottawa. She had been seriously ill since May 15. She had lived in Franklin County since 1933, moving from Chase County. The former Maud Martha Boyd, she was born Nov. 15, 1884, in Butler County. She was the daughter of Benjamin F. and Elizabeth (Mercer) Boyd. She was married to Mr. Sanford Oct. 31, 1906, in Chase County. She was a member of the Ottawa Nazarene Church. Surviving are the widower, one daughter, Miss Ruby Sanford, deputy clerk of the district court; one son, Thaine F. Sanford, Santa Clara, Calif., and three grandchildren. One daughter, Fay, died in 1943. Services will be held Wednes- James Nabors and Mrs. Clarence Coffman attended the interboard school held in Ottawa First Methodist Church. This was a special training session for the chairmen of the commissions of all the local churches in the district. Ernest Harris joined them for the supper and evening session which followed. Donald Averill attended the evening session. Four members from the Ottawa Kiwanis and their wives vis ited at the Wellsville Kiwanis La dies Night. Guest speaker was the Rev. Maitree Presbyterian pastor Chartburut, in Ottawa. Mrs. Chartburut and the couple's 3 - month - old daughter were among those present. tricia G. Toalson, 23, Kansas day at 2 p.m. at the Lamb Fu- City, Mo. jneral Home. Actor Dies NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) Donald Cook, 60, stage and screen actor who specialized in the roles of middle-age charmers, died Sunday night. Death came a day after he suf fered a heart attack while here for the tryout of a new Broadway play. He was found semiconscious on the floor of his hole room after he failed to appear for a matinee performance of the French comedy "A Shot in the Dark," starring Julie Harris. Du Pont Must Shed GM Stock CHICAGO (AP) — The federal government proposed today that the Du Pont Co. divest itself of ts 63-million-share interest in eneral Motors by sales on stock exchanges or other methods se- ected by the company. The proposal was filed in U.S. District Court in compliance with an order by Judge Walter J. La Buy on July 5. He directed that E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. and its subsidiary, Christiana Securities Co., file a stock divestiture program comply with Court ruling. Judge La Buy ordered that the companies begin their divestitute within 90 days after a final judgment and that the disposal of stock be completed within 10 years. Du Pont filed its own proposal Sept. 1. It mentioned no specific method of disposing of its 63 million shares of General Motors stock—valued currently at about $3.15 billion. By making no stipulation, the memorandum noted, Du Pont could choose between distribution, sale, exchange or any combination of such methods. Under the law, the proceeds of sale of the shares would be taxable as ordinary income. An effort to change the law, and ease the tax burden in such transactions, was made in the recent session of Congress. Congressional action is still pending. Quenemo; daughter born Friday, weight, 8 lb., lO'/a oz. Dismissals Tommy Lee, Topeka; Mrs. Roy Bates, RFD 4; Saturday. Roger Comstock, Quenemo; Mrs. Kathleen Carey, Mound City; Sunday. Mrs. Donal D. Home, 804 N. Cherry; Juan Martinez, 934 N. Locust; Anthony Lee, 521 S. Oak; Monday. "While we were successful in getting some planning and construction money for our District in the 1962 appropriation bill, the full job we have to do is a long way from being completed." Others of the group appearing before the budget staff were Robert B. Anderson, Ottawa, representing Kansas Governor John Anderson; J. U. "Tommy" Thompson, Fort Scott; George Lister, Lamar Phillips, Kenneth Andrews, and Charles Queen, all of Ottawa; Gerald Miller, Melvern; Marvin Clark, Paola; Kenneth Johnson, Osawatomie; Emil Heck, Lawrence. (First Published 9-18-<Sl) (Last Published 10-16-61) STATE OF KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE 1, Jean Bowen. sentenced 12-1-60 for the crime of Forgery 2nd & Uttering Cons. In Franklin County, Kansas, will apply on ld-26-«l for Executive Clemency, to the Governor, at his ofHce In Topeka, Kan..a-;. Petitioner: Jean Bowen. within 60 days of a U.S. Supreme Local Markets Soybeans $2.10 Wheat I- 85 Milo 1-85 Rye Ear Corn Shelled Corn 1.05 Oats 75 Barley 95 Butterfat 48, 43 .90 1.00 .22 Eggs, straight run ...... Eggs, graded ......... 35, .26, .22 Cocks Hens 05 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 16,000; calves 8VK); slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25 lower; cows slow, steady; good and choice steers 22.50 - 23.75; choice heifers 23.00-25; good 21.50. 22.00; utility cows 15.00-16.00; good and choice calves 20.00-22.00; good and choice vealers 22.00 - 25/00; good and choice stocker and feeder steers 22,50-25.50; good and choice stocker and feeder steers 22.50-25.50; good and choice 22.0023,50; good and choice feeder heifers 21.50-23.00. Hogs 5,600; barrows and gilts 25-50 lower; sows steady to 25 lower; 1-3 barrows and gilts 16.5017.50; 1-3 SOWS 300-400 lb 16.00.75; 2-3 400-600 lb 15.00-75. Sheep 1,600; slaughter lambs 2575 lower; choice and choice to prime wooled lambs 17.00-50; good and choice 15.50-16.50; utility and good 14.50-15.50; good and choice shorn lambs 1-2 pelts 15.50-18.50; utility and good shorn ewes 3.0050. Will Pay Hike Boost Steel Rates? PITTSBURGH (AP) - A contract pay boost for about 425,000 basic steelworkers went into effect Sunday and the big question now is whether an increase in steel prices will follow. The steel firms haven't increased prices since August 1958, when prices rose an average of $4.50 a ton. In the same period, steelworkers have received three pay hikes, including Sunday's boost of 7 to 10 cents an hour. Production and maintenance workers in the basic steel industry now will receive hourly wages of between $2.27 and $4.37, depending on job classification. The increase fulfills the second part of a contract signed Jan. 4, 1959, after a 116-day strike. President Kennedy has told steel leaders that the economic welfare of the nation depends on price stabib'ty in steel. In letters to the top executives last month, Kennedy said a price increase at this time will cause inflation. Steel officials replied that the steel industry could neither cause nor halt inflation. Chairmen of certain committees were asked to attend. Mrs. Mabel Neeley, chairman of commission on missions; Mrs. Wilma Hudelson, chairman on Christian vocations, and Mr. James Driver, chairman on education, took part in the meetings conducted by a visiting team of 15 headed by Bishop Eugene Slater and leaders from the general boards and conference boards. Supper was served at 6 with the meeting continuing into the evening. The purpose of the school was to aid in making church activities more meaningful, effective, and enjoyable. Following the regular meeting of the Rebekahs on Tuesday, Sept. 26, Mrs. Minnie Rea, Mrs. Betty Rodgers, and Mrs. Clara Green entertained everyone at Dusin's Dairy Bar to observe Mrs. Alice Sellen's birthday. A wiener roast on the patio at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Lindsey was given on Sept. 22 for the 13th birthday of their daughter, Barbara Jo. Members of her eighth grade class and Marcia Baxter, Sandy Bulmer and Polly Sutton helped celebrate. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save !0%--Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. WANT AD PER WORD RATES Marriage Licenses Eugene Shepard, 60, and Alia Mae Eggleston, 53, both of Wellsville. Robert Albert McCurdy, 19, and Kay Eileen Neill, 19, both of Ottawa. 1 insertion per word , 3 insertions per word 6 insertions per word 26 insertions per word Minimum charge .... . 4c . lOc .15c . 60c . 70c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c mm. 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 emblem $1-50 2 insertions no change .. $1.50 Classified Display (Local) 13c per line. Out of trade territory, 5c per word per insertion, no discount. Classified Display (National) 20c per Una Special Discount Contract Rates Available Biggest Little Shop in Eastern Kansas TIRE VULCANIZING Wholesale Retail All sizes from 4 inches up to 19 inches wide. 12 hour service Fast Farm Service GILLILAND'S Vulcanizing Recapping R. 4, Ottawa Pho. Centropolis 6 Lost and Found __ LOST — Large white dog. Please call Andy Reed, CH 2-3010. Notices Retta Conclave No. 8 True Kindred. —9 Order of Regular Meeting Monday, October 2nd, 1961, 8 p.m. Edith Rea, W.C. Fred Gardner, Secy. SPOT ADS Are Well Read You Are Reading One Now! Juamb Suneta/Mbme SINCE !•»• OTTAWA. KANSAS SANFORD — Maud Martha, wife of F. C,, passed away this morning at the home, 4 miles east. Funeral services will be held from the Lamb Funeral Home, definite time to be announced tomorrow, interment in Highland Cemetery. CH 2-3550 BURGOON — Graveside Service for Brett A. Burgoon, stillborn son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Burgoon will be held Wednesday. Friends and relatives will meet at Towner's Chapel at 10: a.m. Wednesday and go to Stanton Cemetery for the service. H T- Qfotoner'0 CHAPKL Oct. SALE DATES Harold Sewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Grace Episcopal Church. •White Elephant Sale, 1 p.m., 2nd and Cedar. Oct. 12—Night Consignment Sale, Ottawa Livestock Co , Ottawa, Kas. Oct 13—Night Consignment Horse Sale, 95th St. and 40 Highway, Kansas City, Kansas. O C t 17—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Missouri. Oct 20—Night Consignment Horsa Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa, Kas. Horse Commission RECORD REYNOLDS — Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie Lois Reynolds who passed away early this morning will be conducted from the Mortuary Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. Interment Highland Cemetery. McVey-DENGEL MORTUARY Ph. CH 2-2323 Printy and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Thuesday night 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Thursday night. 1136 N. Main. Jack Nelson Phone 4-* 1 -43, Pomona, Kafc Overbrook Livestock Sale, Overbrool^ Kansas, Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-14GO Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—48. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday, Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 2 — Stocker & Feeder Sale, Fi-anklln Co. Sales Co., Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 3 — Mrs. M. J. Totten Household Goods Sale. 534 North Sycamore. Oct 5 — Waverly Livestock Sale, Wavcrly, Kas. Oct. 6 — Earl Allen Farm Sale, 2Vi North Waverly. Oct. 18 — L. E. Wilson, I inile« Southwest Williamsburg.
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