A THE OTTAWA HERALD 9 Wednesday, October 4,1961 News Briefs Franklin Counlians who went to Kansas City yesterday for induction into the U.S. Army were Da vid Steve Sleppy, Wellsville; Gordon Lee Dyer and Dennis Alan Smith, Ottawa, and Earl Eugene Heckman, Princeton. Evening Buffet Dining. Every Wed., and Fri. All you can eat $1.50. Colbern's Restaurant. 115 E. 5th. Adv. Lyle V. Reddick, 38, 216 S. Cedar, posted $265 bond after being cited by police yesterday for driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquors or drugs and failing to have a valid driver's license, police records show. Investigating officers said that Reddick's 1956 car struck the rear oi a 1957 model driven by Max D. Hunter, 36, RFD 2, as the two vehicles went south in the 400 block on South Main about 8 p.m He is scheduled to appear in Pol ice Court Oct. 10. Chicken Noodle Supper, Fri., Oct. 6, 5 p.m. 75c Masonic Temple. Adv. Dorothy A. Burton has filed suit in District Court here for divorce from Coy Gene Burton, ac cording to court records. She has asked for custody of two minor children. Russell Stover Candies, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv Joyce Baldwin, Ottawa High School senior, has been elected president of the newly formed high school business club. Other officers of the club which is open to juniors and seniors taking at least two business courses, are Raylene Fitzgerald, vice president; Nila Yokum, secretary; Dorothy Mahan, treasurer, and Patty Rule, student council representative. Mariam Joseph is the club sponsor. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. Carl E. Thompson, 40, 1109 N. Oak, has been fined $25 and costs after pleading guilty in County Court to hauling for hire without authority from the Kansas Corporation Commission and using farm registration while hauling for hire, according to court records. Also fined was Donald L. Foltz, 21, Princeton, $10 for driving 60 miles an hour in a truck weighing in excess of 5,000 pounds, the speed limit being 50. Both were cited by State troopers Oct. 1. Smorgasbord tonight. North American Coffee Shop. Adv. Dr. Josaphyne Davis, 118 Park St., entered Ransom Memorial Hospital today for a checkup. A 1954 car driven by Henry S. Van Loenen, 506 S. Sycamore, received major damages in a collision with a car driven by Roy E. Bethell, 73, RFD 1, Williamsburg, police said today. The collision reportedly occurred in the 100 block on South Main as the VanLoenen car headed south. Bethel reportedly was backing his car from the curb at the time of the collision. A 1954 car and a 1960 station wagon received major damages in a collision northeast of Williamsburg this morning, according to sheriff's officers. The station wagon was driven by Grace C. Marshall, 61, Melvern. Ralph Allen, 43, RFD 1, Pomona, was the driver of the car. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. Officers said the collision occurred at a blind intersection a mile north and a mile east of Wiliiamsburg. Deaths LIONEL E. GREINER Lionel Elbert Greiner, 76, 315 E. 3rd, died Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Ransom Memorial Hospital. He had been in failing health for 11 years. Born Jan. 10, 1885, at Evanston, 111., he had been an Ottawa resident since 1930. He was manager of Keys Clothing Co., in Beloit for a number of years and served several years as manager of the Montgomery Ward & Co. store in Grand Junction, Colo. After coming to Ottawa in 1930 he was a grocer for a number of years. He was the son of Phillip and Desdamona Ella Greiner. On Dec. 31, 1915, in Ottawa, he maried Olive Edna Lynch who died Aug. 17, 1960. He was a member of First Methodist Church. Surviving are one son, Richard L. Greiner, Lincoln, Neb., and one granddaughter. Services will be at the Lamb Funwal Home Friday at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles P. Knight will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. , Welisville News Whitley Family Gathers By BERNICE HOLDEN Descendants of William Whitle., gathered for the fourth annua family reunion Sunday in th basement of the Wellsville Metho dist Church. Dinner was serve< at 1:30 p.m. Attending were Mr. and Mrs Gid Whitley, Mr. and Mrs. Tooli Whitley and Janet, all of Bald win; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whitley Garnett; Gene Baumann, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Die Lee and Amy, Mr. and Mrs. Ma Hollister and Mr. and Mrs. Her Smith and Bobby, all of Kansa City; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Whit ley and Penny, Mr. and Mrs. Don aid Harrison, Vic and Nic, Mrs Dot Harrison and Mr. and Mrs Lester Whitley, Sr., all of Wells ville. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Whitlej Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Her Wright, Wellsville, were amon square dancers throughout th state who participated in the Cen tennial square dance Saturda night at the Tuttle Creek Dam spillway. An estimated 10,000 persons wer on hand to take part in the cel< bration. The dancing took place on th 13-acre concrete spillway. Fiftee minutes of group singing precede the dancing, and in between th dances, children from Topek gave exhibitions of baton twir ing and square dancing. The crowd included visitor from Kansas, Missouri, Coloradc Illinois and New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Krame Gardner, are the parents of son, Kevin Lee, born Mondaj Oct. 2, at 11:07 a.m. at the Card ner Medical Center. The infan who weighed 8 Ibs. 12 oz., is the first child. Grandparents are M and Mrs. Richard Kramer an Mr. and Mrs. Willard Atkins, a of Wellsville. Great grandparenl are Ben Kramer, Wellsville; Wi liam Albin, Exeter, Mo., and Mr and Mrs. Andy Atkins, Cincinnati Ohio. Susan Leigh is the name given :he infant daughter of Mr. anc Urs. Pete Gilbert, Denver, Colo Sunsan's grandparents are Mr and Mrs. L. C. Taggert, Wells ville. Mrs. Taggert, who had bee assisting at her daughter's home returned last Wednesday. MJT. ..^d Mrs. John Cornue OlatheT are the parents of a daugh ter, Kay Ann, born Saturday Sept. 30, at 9 p.m. at the Olath Community Hospital. The infan weighed 6 Ibs. 3 oz. The Cornue' have three other children, Billy 4; Cathi, 2, and Bobby, 1. Grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Georg Flinsbaugh, Wellsville, and Mrs Dorothy Cornue of California, Mrs Geneva Hamlin, Osawatomie, the infant's maternal great grand mother. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Schowen gerdt attended the wedding o Judy Warren and Donald Ploeger Friday, Sept. 29, at the Watson Memorial Methodist Church, In dependence, Mo., at 8 o'clock. The groom, Donald Ploeger, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Olin Ploeger and a great nephew of Mr. anc Mrs. Schowengerdt. The newly weds are both of Independence Mo. A houseguest of Mrs. J. W. Fields is Mrs. Phillip Blum, Ashville, Ohio, a friend who formerly lived here. Her husband, Phillip Blum is now deceased. He was in the oil drilling busines during the oil boom here. Mrs. Blum came Friday and plans to remain un til Thursday, Oct. 5, when she will go to Kansas City to visit Grayce Austin, also formerly of Wellsville. Mr. and Mrs, Will G. Fields, ;iaremont, Calif., and Mrs. Will Fields' sister of Laguna Beach, Calif., are expected to arrive Thursday, Oct. 5, for a few days visit with Mrs. J. W. Fields. Frances Now A Hurricane MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Tropical Storm Frances became a hurricane today. The Miami Weather Bureau reported it had 75 mile per hour winds. It was 560 miles east of Miami, moving north- northwest. Frances offers no threat to the U.S. mainland, the bureau said. YAM WHAT AM — George Stewart, 509 S. Mulberry, holds 5-pound sweet potato harvested from the Stewart garden near Gaynor Lake. (Herald Photo) Ministers Discuss Traffic Of Pornographic Material Members of Ottawa's Ministerial Association at their meeting at the North Side Baptist Church discussed the bill which deals with the traffic of pornographic material. Dr. Wayne Angel spoke on the bill. The ministers agreed that Ottawa doesn't have much of a problem of this nature, although, they said, several high school and college students have been ap- proached with the possibility of spreading the material. The ministers commended Ottawa merchants for keeping questionable material off their book shelves. The association decided to con- ruct the annual collection for UNICEF and CROP on Oct. 27. All churches have been invited to set up booths at the Oct. 28 Hal- lowesta to obtain additional funds. Who Would Be House Speaker? DALLAS, Tex. (AP)-Who will be speaker of the House of Rep resentatives if Sam Rayburn does not return when Congress recon venes next Jan. 10? That question arose naturally today as Rayburn, 79, remained on the serious list at Baylor Hos pital, awaiting results of medica tests to determine the nature ol his illness. Should it become certain that Rayburn's health won't permit him to return, there would be several months for potential speaker- ship candidates to organize campaign. It would take a lot of organizing in view of existing conditions. When Rayburn left the speaker ship temporarily a month before the House adjourned, Rep. John W. McCormack, D-Mass., took over as speaker pro tern. McCormack had been majority leader, a position from which previous speakers traditionally have advanced to the top House job. McCormack still is majority leader, but he has temporarily assigned leadership duties to Rep. Carl Albert of Oklahoma, the Democratic whip. As speaker pro tern and major ity leader, McCormack would tiave "a leg up" to replace Ray> jurn on a permanent basis. He las been Democratic leader since 1949 except for four years when Republicans controlled the House, clayburn was party leader during :hose four years. September Fire Damage Slight Only one damaging fire, with a oss of ?550, is on the Ottawa ire department record for Sep:ember. The fire was Sept. 9 at the lome of Mrs. Lois Mclntosh, 833 . Oak. Defective wiring was the cause. The department reported one other fire call, on a trash fire at he Select Dairy, 1020 N. Main. The firemen were called twice o wash gasoline off streets, on ne smoke scare and once when furnace motor became too hot. Rayburn On Serious List DALLAS, Tex. (AP) — House Speaker Sam Rayburn remained on the "serious" list today at Baylor Hospital. His doctors hope to know Thursday just how serious his condition is. A team headed by Dr. Robert F. Short, prominent Dallas surgeon, started a series of tests on Rayburn Tuesday. They said it would be 36 to 48 hours before they knew anything definite. They declined to comment on a report from one of Rayburn's aides that an exploratory operation may be performed. "This man is in serious condition, just how serious we do not know at this time," one of the doctors said privately. Local Markets Soybeans $2.10 Wheat 1.85 Milo 1.85 Rye 90 Ear Corn 1.00 Shelled Corn 1.05 Oats 75 Barley 95 Butterfat .48, 43 Eggs, straight run 22 Eggs, graded 35, .26, .22 Cocks 03 Hens 05 September Was Wet Runner-Up The month of September, just ended, brought Ottawa 13.20 inches of rainfall, John P. Kelsey, local weather observer, said. This rainfall total makes that Approves RoadWork Contracts Highway construction contracts for work in Franklin and Anderson Counties are among those approved by the Kansas State Highway Commission, Addison H. Meschke, director of highways, has announced. The and contractors are: projects month the all-time runner-up for rainfall honors for calendar month since the establishment of the weather.station in Ottawa in 1895. The only calendar month in which Ottawa received more rainfall was July, 1951, the month in which the record flood of the Marais des Cygnes river occurred. Rainfall during that month was 13.78 inches. Total rainfall here thus far in 1961 has amounted to 45.37 inches. This is 13.61 inches above the normal for the first nine months of the year. Normal for the period Would be 31.76. Normal for the full year is 38.25, or 7.12 inches less than has already fallen in Ottawa in the first nine months of the year. Franklin County — Six reinforced concrete box culverts and bridge on a county highway south from approximately five miles east and two miles north of Princeton, Kenneth McNabb, Pleasanton, $18,816.80; six miles light type surfacing on same location, Killough Construction Co., Inc., Ottawa, $23,740.22. Anderson County — 12.1 miles light type surfacing south on US- 59 from the south junction with US-169, Nelson Brothers, La- Harpe, $13,195.36; .3 of a mile light type surfacing east on K-31 from south junction with U-59, Nelson Brothers, LaHarpe, $367.63. Area Job Situation Is Improved "The labor situation has improved in this area in the past month," says Cal Ewing, manager of the Ottawa office of Kansas Employment Service which serves the 3-county area of Franklin, Anderson and Miami Counties. He reports a nice increase in job openings and only a small increase in new applications filed. In some cases the office was unable to fill openings as applicants lacked specific skills for the jobs. The office filled 116 of the 165 non-agricultural openings and 79 of the 82 agricultural jobs available. "We currently are unable to fill all the calls for farm laborers," Ewing says. "Farmers report the two most urgent types of farm jobs open now are for help for haying and silo filling." Ewing reports that unemployment claims were up slightly because of the recent flood — otherwise they would have been down. The manager reports increased emphasis on state wide and interstate clearance on jobs as highways improve and commuting to other cities increases. Most Scales Pass Test Seventeen of 19 vehicle and livestock scales in Franklin County were approved in tests run by the Weights and Measures Division of the State Board of Agriculture. J. Fred True, State Sealer, said two scales were condemned. Testing in Franklin County was under the direction of Bryan Sprang, deputy state sealer. A scale is condemned if the error is more than two pounds per 1,000, either above or below the correct weight, True said. The owner has the scale corrected and it is then retested. True pointed out that the percentage of approved scales in Franklin County is about the same as the average for the entire state. In 1948, when the testing of vehicle and livestock scales was first started, around 35 per cent of the scales were condemned. At present a much larger percentage of the scales are accurate. Two heavy-duty trucks are used by the Weights and Measures Division in the testing program over the state. The truck operated by Bryan Sprang carries 21,500 pounds of test weights. All of the 2,600 vehicle and livestock scales in the state are tested annually. Legate praying that the Court determine the heirs, devisees «nd legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof which each Is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them la accordance with the will of Harvey A. Schnelle, deceased; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 20th day of October, 1061, at 10:00 A.M. on said day, In said Court, In the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. KATHRYN E. 8CHNELLE, Petitioner Olenson, dieason, Doty and Logan Attorneys for Petitioner. ( (First Published September 37, 1MD (Last Published October 11, 1M1) State Of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In, The Probate Court Of Bald • County And State In the Matter of the Estate of Carl Rublck, atca Carl L. Rublck, aka Carl Leo Rubick, Deceased No. 10-479 Notice of Hearing on Petition For Final Settlement The State Of Kansas To All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by John Rubick, administrator c.t.a. of the will of Carl Rubick, aka Carl L. Rubick, aka Carl Leo Rubick, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as administrator, c.t.a. allowance for attorney's fees and expenses; and also praying that the court determine the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof to which each Is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them In accordance with the will of Carl Rubick, aka Carl L. Rubick, aka Carl Leo Rubick, deceased; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 20th day of October, 1961, at 10 o'clock A.M. on said day, In said court. In the city of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. JOHN RUBICK, Petitioner ANDERSON k BYRD Attorneys for Petitioner In Memorlam In loving memory of our loved one Henry Wadkins who passed away 3 years ago today, Oct. 4, 1958. Loving memories never die As years roll on and days pass by. In our hearts a memory is kept Of the one we loved and will never forget. Sadly missed by all the Family. Lost and Found LOST — Man's 4-way silver pocket knife at Richards Shoe Store. _Friday or Saturday. Reward. STRAYED or stolen Whiteface calf, 375 Ibs., from pasture 4 north 2Y 2 east of Pomona. Reward. Lloyd Robbins. Personals —14 TWO PASSENGERS to Long Beach, Calif, leaving Oct. 10. Share expenses and help drive. Jean Ferguson, Wellsville, TU 3-5491. Nurseries — Seeds — _ Plants —16 ers, Many colors. A. F. Lewis, CH 2-3270. Rod brick house west of County farm. Legals KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 2,500; calves 150; steers and heifers steady; cows slow, weak; calves steady to weak; vealers steady; stackers and feeders steady; choice steers 22.£0-23.50; high good and low choice 23.75; high good and choice heifers 22.5022.75; utility cows 14.SO - 15.50; standard to low choice calves 17.50-21.00; good and low choice vealers 22.00-26.00; good and low choice stock steers 22.50-24.50; medium to low choice feeder heifers 18.50-22.50. Hogs 3,000; barrows and gilts steady; 1-3 200-270 Ib barrows and gilts 17.00-25; sows 1-3 300-400 Ib 16.00-75. Sheep 1,600; steady; choice and choice and prime lambs 17.00-50; good and choice 15.50-16.50; choice and prime shorn lambs No. 1 and fall shorn 17.00; cull to good shorn ewes 135 Ib down 3.00-50; occasional utility and good ewes 2.00; good and choice native feeder lambs 12.00-13.00. OIIAI'Kl, DEPENDABLE AMBULANCE SEF.v 525 NOHTH MAIN PHONE CM 2 OTTAWA. KAN! DIGNITY RESPECT REVERENCE QUALITY Hospital Notes Admissions Delores Godinez, 920 N. Locust; Dr. Josaphyne Davis, 118 Park; Mrs. Dora Glenn, 309 E. 2nd; Tuesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Linneman,, RFD 2, daughter born Tuesday, weight, 7 Ib., 4Va oz. Dismissals Eben Enyart, 807 N. Hickory; Richard Snittjer, 718 S. Cedar; Tuesday. Mrs. Alvin Burgoon, 747 Tremont; Mrs. Rex Weigand and baby son, RFD 3; Mrs. Billy Rose, Quenemo; Mrs. Robert H. Beitler and baby daughter, Quenemo; Wednesday. (First Published September 27, 1861) (Last Published October 11, 1901) Road closing: To Whom It May Concern: Public notice is hereby Driven that on the 25th day of September, 1961 a petition signed by twelve householders of Hayes Township, Franklin County, Kansas submitted to the Board of County Commissioners of Franklin County. Kansas, a petition to vacate a street In the City of Le- Loup In said Township, described as follows: to-wit: Oak Street from 3rd Street TO the Santa Fe Rlghtaway and Second Street from Oak Street west to the Santa Fe Rightaway in the City of LeLoup, Franklin County, Kansas. You are hereby given notice that the Board of County Commissioners will hold a meeting on the 23rd day of October, 1981 at 10:00 A.M. at the intersection of 3rd and Oak Street In the City of LeLoup, Franklin County, Kansas. If anyone has any objections or damages caused by said vacating of the above described property you are hereby glvun notice to meet at the above stated place, at the above stated time. EARL L. RICHARDSON, Chairman of The Board of County Commissioners of Franklin County, Kansas Attested. BRUCE SPEARS, County Clerk County Seal Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save 10%-Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word 4c 3 insertions per word ........ lOc 6 insertions per word 15c 26 insertions per word 60c Minimum charge 70c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c nun. 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 line Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks In loving memory of Henry Wadkins who passed away Oct. 4, 1958. — In these three years, I've learned to live in memory of you, Dear you're in my heart and in my mind each moment of the year. Because you meant so much to me, Because I loved you so. I'm thankful for the memories you left so long ago. — Lonely Peggy. Men Wanted —19 SOMEONE to'cut >/ 2 mile "hedged _JCII2 1 1070. MARRiED" McF1^38~to~s : ervTce established customers. $80.00 guaranteed per week plus expenses. For interview & appointment — Phone CH 2-2447. ATTENTION BOYS We need some ambitious boys ages 10-18, to help in our order dept. Part time — after school and Saturday. Permanent job, no experience necessary — We will train. Possible to make over $15.00 per week. See Bud Smith Thursday and Friday after 4 p.m., Saturday 10-12 a.m. — North American Hotel. Parents welcome during interview. FACTORY WORKERS Minimum age 21, high school graduate, good physical condition, immediate openings in production line work for qualified men. Full program of employee benefits. Apply at Employment office located at 17th &' Kansas Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas—Hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mon. thru Fri. or write or call Finley 2 -3100. COLGATE- PALMOLIVE CO. Menjind Women Wtd.—23 NEED SOMEONE to drive my car to Topeka each Wednesday afternoon, to V.A. Hospital. 8692195 Lane, Kansas. Dennis Harkins, Rantoul, Kansas. OTTAWA 1 * UAOIHO DUNUAl SINCE II9« Ottawa Air Conditioned Ambulance 6INCI >»»• OTTAWA,KANSAS GREINER — Lionel E., 315 E. 3rd., resident here since 1930, passed away yesterday afternoon. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Lamb Funeral Home, Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating; interment will be in Highland Cemetery. CH 2-3550 (First Published September 27, 1B81) (Last Published October 11, 1961) State Of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In The Probate Court of Said County And State In the Matter of the Estate of Harvey A. Schnelle, Case No. 10-604 also known as Harve A. Schnelle Deceased. Notice of Rearing On Petition For Final Settlement The State of Kansas To All Persons Concerened: You Are Hereby Notified that a petition has been filed In said Court by Kathryn E. Schnelle, executrix of the will of Harvey A. Schnelle, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of her acts and proceedings as executrix, and also Our sincere thanks and wishes to the many friends who helped me celebrate my 100th birthday. Your kindness was gratefully appreciated. Signed: Mrs. S. A. Dawson and family. BERTHOT-Funeral Sen-ice for Francis "Frank" Wm. Berthot of 819 Logan will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2: p. m. Thursday. Interment in Wellsville Kansas. Conner's CIIAI'KL DteiNDABLE AMUULANCl 5li5 t,OHTM MMN PHONl PHONl C. H 2 I JJI OTTAWA. K- SALE DATES Harold Sewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4838 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Oct. 11 — Grace Episcopal Church, Women Wanted —24 WAITRESS and" cook. Apply In person. Dcena's Cafe. CLEANING WOMAN - One or _two_days_weejdy. CH 24936. 3 OR 5 ladiesloFFall and CTirisF- mas work. Must have car. Earn extra money for Christmas. CH 2-3529. MIDDLE aged woman, live in home, housework and care of children. Room, board and good pay. Phone 707 or write Paulina JJlses. 501 Pine, Garnett, Kas. L/TDY To assist in GIFT AND DRAPERY DEPT. Knowledge of sewing and sales preferred. Prefer 30-50 age. PERMANENT POSITION QUIN'S Furniture Store White Elephant Sale, and Cedar. 1 p.m., 2nd Oct. 12—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co, Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 13—Night Consignment Horse Sale, 85th St. and 40 Highway, Kansas City, Kansas. Oct. 17—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ncosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Missouri. Oct. 26—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa, Kas. Printy and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Thuesdaj night 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every night, 1136 N. Ualru Thursdaj General Services — 29 RAWLEIGH PRODUCW~CH~2- 3662. MACHINE 822 Walnut CH 2-5299. ALBAN'S Hydraulic Jack Service — New and used. 715 Willow. PLOW, blade and grade yards, J^ee Cartcr._CH 2-3659. WILL DO IMNlNgS~SJd~!nlrts Call CH 2-2895. WANT washing" and ironing^CH 2-2714. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, Overbrook, Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—M. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Sale company Every Saturday. Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kas. Oct. B — Waverly Livestock Sale, Waverly, Kas. Oct. 6 — Earl Allen Farm Bale, ay* North Waverly. Oct. 12—Waverly Livestock Bale Waverly. Kansas. Oct. 13—KelUi Barge Farm Bale 13 miles East of Ottawa on Logan, 2 miles South, Vt West. Oct. 16—Special Stocker & feeder Sale Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 17 — Veronica Stoerman Estate, Household goods, 21'J West 4th St., Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 18 — L. E. Wilson, I miles Southwest Wllliamsburg. Oct. IS—Waverly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 20—Prairie City School Building li Land li contents near Baldwin, Kan- iU. TRASH HAULD*GTT>h3n7c!n: _2585. KNAPP SHOES. Lee CarterTlsll So. Sycamore. pelled. Frank Morgan. CH 23727. _ DEAD ANIMALS removed! "~StIn". dard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa - CH 2-1064. NOW YOU CAN SUY~Aibtate Insurance here in Ottawa. Agent is at Sears Store on Wednesdays — 4:00 to 6:30. WALLPAPER removed by steam. Painting, papering. Conrad's Spray, Painters and Decorators. Phone CH 2-3268.
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