14 THE OTTAWA HERALD 1 Thursday, October 5. 1901 j News Briefs The American Red Cross representative in Ottawa to help people who suffered losses in the recent flood will close her office at the People's National Bank after tomorrow. Persons needing help may see her today or tomorrow. Commumsm-Battlma Paola c_ Postmaster To Speak Here Radiators reparied. Thornbrugh Garage. Williamsburg. Adv A group of 17 Ottawa High School journalism students is attending a newspaper and yearbook conference in Lawrence today. They are Rex Howard, Tom Chappell, 'Margaret Hughes, Tom Laury, Roxie Martin, Sue McKinley, Betty Parker, Roger Ed Wiltse, Paola postmaster who is carrying on a one-man war against communism, will speak at the Ottawa Elks meeting tonight at the conclusion of regular business. Wiltse, who claims he is "just an average guy" and not a , polished speaker, has drawn large crowds in his one year of "commie-busting." Wiltse says that he finds people eager to hear how the commies operate and what the average man on the street can do to offset the threat of Communism. Financial Reports Presented To Tell Of Visit With Schweitzer Reynolds, Marilyn ' Robertson, P| ete(1 the 5 ' class Red Q ' oss first dis- <;,„« Jim Trigg, Margaret Williams, j aid coursc Joyce Baldwin. Anne Machin, j Sue Sliipman, Nancy Burlingham. i Betty Mangum and Barbara | Heathman. ! September receipts and bursements by Ottawa's water | , and power plant were submitted i meets Nei.raska University in . . i jn emor j a i stadium. Dunn is a BANDSMAN - James Dunn, Ottawa, will be performing again with (he all-men's baud at Kansas State University on Band Day. Oct. 7, when K-Statc Nebraska University Bishop Dana Dawson, retired former bishop of the Methodist Church in Kansas, will speak at Ottawa's First Methodist Church Sunday night, Oct. 8, on his recent visit with Dr. Albert Schweitzer in Africa. The public is invited to attend the 7:30 service at which Bishop Dawson will speak. Bishop Duwson spent a week with Dr. Schweitzer. Now living in Shreveport, La., Bishop Dawson served in the Kansas Area of the Methodist Church from 194« until his retirement in 1960. Deaths BISHOP DANA DAWSON at city commission i Evening Buffet Dining. Every Wed., and Fit All you can eat $1.50. Colbern's Restaurant. 115 E. 5th. Adv. redpots Thcbsetforles, Wil-| m ^; ^ k - vs Potlcr >'- Adv -1877,621.35. compared to expend, business administration major. Judgments were taken in 130 ; tures of $45,228.52. cases of delinquent personal j Water plant receipts totaled property taxes totaling $5,051.72, ; 814,332.32, compared with $13 according to District Court rec- 632.19 in expenditures. Two travel alarm clocks report- j ords. The judgments became fi- j Don Hamilton, plant superinten edlv were stolen from Budge's i nal when the list was filed with | dent, said the power plant re- Hardware here sometime during , the court. the past week, according to police records. E dlarged in County Court Chicken Noodle Supper, Fri., Oct. j here yesterday with driving 6, 5 p.m. 75c Masonic Temple. Adv. A petition for partition and quiet title has been filed in District Court here by Harry Roos against Charles M. Womack and 6U miles an hour in a truck weighing in excess of 5,000 pounds, others, day. court records showed to- Russell Stover Candies, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv Rosemary Crist, Franklin County home economics agent, will attend a home demonstration agents meeting next week in Boston, the speed limit being 50. Rex Christie has been elected Ottawa City's representative to the Franklin County extension council. Mrs. Harvey Martin and Glen Hayward were elected home economics and 4-H representatives. Cozv Beautv Bar—219 S. Main. ceipts are out of proportion. This is because the plant received a gas refund of $16,204.53. For six months last year, the plant paid the gas rates Gas Service Co. had proposed and on which the company sought ap- CH 2-3331. proval. The refund represents the re- difference between the rates sought and those finally approval. Funerals RALPH HAMMACK Funeral services for Ralph Hammack were Tuesday at the Newcomer Chapel, Kansas City, CLYDE C. SELBY Clyde C. Selby, 82, 723 N. Ce-j dar, died Wednesday at 2:40 p.m. | in Ransom Memorial Hospital. He j had been in failing health for j st\ eral months. He had lived in j Ottawa since 1889, coming with | To Battle Mosquito Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save !0%--PayCash 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 6 insertions per word 26 insertions per word ........ GOc Minimum charge 70c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c mm. ........ ..... ... lOc 15c _ MIDDLE aged woman, live in home, housework and care of children. Room, board and good pay. Phone 707 or write Paulhu Ulses. 501 Pine, Garnctt. Kas. BULLDOZING - AU types. Norman Scott. Phone CH 2-1210. ELECTRODDX"" Cleaners. Sales and Service. CH 2-5570. '3NGKR — repair and parts, Albrights .J'lL 011 -?' 4 -^ 0 iWLEl&TTPRODUCfS CH 23602. . MACHINE QUILTING - $4.00. 822 Walnut CH 2-5299. — New and used. 7^5 Willow. __ PLOW7~biadir and grade yards. Card of Thanks 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. 2585. _ KNAPP SiiOES. I^ec Carter. 535 So. Sycamore. CUSTOM" COMBINING, self propelled. Frank Morgan. CH 23727. DEAD "ANIMALS removed Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa - CH 2-1064. Lost and Found —8 WALLPAPER removed by steam. LOST — Man's' 4-way silver poc- j Painting, papering Conrad's Mavor Kenneth Andrews said parents from Ohio at the age j the city will spray mosquito- infected areas in Ottawa in the next day or 1wo. Mrs. Jack Elder, 628 N. Locust, told the city commission | of 10. He was born at Jeromesville, Ohio, March 26, 1879. He married Rosa Ellen Crow April 19, lb"8, ket knife at Richards Shoe Store.' Friday or Saturday. Reward. LOST" — by~Nellie~M7 Adamson", ladies' white billfold. Contains money, drivers license. Reward. Notify—Lester Smith, Waverly, Kansas. Notices -9 Sprav. Pairters and Decorators. Phone CH 2-3268. LET US help your business by- advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section McCRACKEN " ELECTRIC fancred Commandry No. ll'K.T. |CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4B30 ixu.ia Jiiucu \_.iu\v nuni .is, i ' . , , , , ,„ .- it ,00, in Ottawa. Mrs. Selby died! '-'st night she had been fight- July 22 and a son, Howard, died! ing mosquitoes .11^day a her Adv. Union Chapel Methodist Church southeast of Ottawa will observe Mass. She will leave Ottawa Oct. ! homecoming Oct. 8. Rev. Neal Hiatt, Kansas City, will speak at 8 and return Oct. 20. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. Members of the Franklin County ASC county committee will hold an informational Friday at 8 p.m. at the Ottawa Co-Op building. To be discussed will be the wheat stablization pro PHILIP HANSON S h akespearean Actor At OHS Aug. 28. ! He \vas a member of Trinity Methodist Church and of M o d- ein Woodmen of America lodge. He operated a radiator repair shop in Ottawa for many years. Surviving are one daughter, [Mrs. Harry M. Hjorth, 227 S. ! Locust; four grandchildren; six j great-grandchildren; two brothers, j Ralph Selby, Ottawa, and Hairy home. She brought her small daughter, whose face was swollen from mosquito bites, to the commission meeting. Atlas Shot Is Successful CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) —A blockbuster Atlas missile _, Staled Conclave Oct. !>th, 7:30 p.m. Business meeting and practice ^^ for inspection. Myron S. Stecre Jr. E.C Gerald B. Harford. Roc. Personals _—lj* I ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. -! Write Box 281 Phone CH 2-4120.: .Ottawa. Kansas | TWO PASSENGERS to Long. Beach, Calif, leaving Oct. 10. j Share expenses and help drive. I Jean Ferguson, Wellsville, TU, Wednesday at the i pllill P Ha ' lso "; Shakespearean i Pomona: Mrs. Herman Graves, ' - . , j; Canaveral to the Indian 2 p.m ner. and at 1 p.m. EUB Church, Greeley. Mr. Hammack, 66, died Sunday in the Veterans Hospital at Kansas City. He and Mrs. Hammack. actor and director, will be the : first guest in the Ottawa Univer- 1 sity Concert-Lecture series. Hanson will present his miniature Shakespearean festival, i several years ago to help care j "Kings and Clowns.' at 8 p.m. « ^ , T, u • . for *<<" "«"""«*'« ™«h-r ! tomorrow in the Ottawa High Mrs. Frank Steen has received i Ior omona . e , Chicago, 111, and Mrs. Grace My- 1 Ocean oday to deta-nune how ers, Long Beach. following a basket din- i who surv i veSi visited in Greeley Mrs. mother. gram, Russell Wray is man of the committee. news that her son, Orliff Steen, meeting ! Crete, Neb., formerly of Ottawa, "is in the hospital for treatment of stomach ulcers. He has had two. blood tranfussions. The Steens live at 740 Forest. chair- To our old friends. Reno's Cafeteria, open in a new location, Mon., Oct. 9. 11 a.m. 18 & S. Main. Adv. Two cars received major damages in a collision on Interstate 35 a mile west of the Wellsville inter chnge about 7:30 last night, according to state troopers. Investigating officers said a 1961 car driven by Tony M. Darbe. 54. Wellsville, slowed to pass a truck parked on the shoulder of the road and was struck in the rear Child Saves Sctibolmates WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — A school bus driver collapsed at the wheel Wednesday Mrs. Laura Lumbeck. Burial was j in the Greeley Cemetery. j MRS. F. C. SANFORD Funeral services for Mrs. F. C. j Sanford, who died Oct. 2, were i at the Lamb Funeral Home Oct. 4. Rev. Ralph Edwards officiated. Honorary pallbearers were Joe Ames, Virgil Jones, Mearl Snethen, Leland Babcock, 0 r r a 1 Staneart and J. C. Higginbottom. Mrs. Ralph Edwards sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Kenning. Active pallbearers were Earl Pope, Max Hunter, L a vf- m auditorium. In "Kings Services will be at Lamb Funeral Home Saturday at 10 a.m. Rev. Roy Armstrt officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. nose cone withstands the punishing forces of reentry. The ocean-spanning rocket ... raced east of the Brazilian coast [ and south of the African tip on the Nurseries — Plants when you need SERVICE your best bet WARDS phone . . . CH 2-1770 all brands - Kitchen appliances, TV, radio, sewing machines, gas engines & Refrigeration SERVICE WARRANTY parts in stock ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION DAIRY and BEEF Herds Associated with K.A.B.S.U. —16 j double, j BILL Bins and Clowns." Han- RICKEY LEE TURLEY son will perform in roles of characters. 50 Local Markets PEONIES — single or most all colors. Park car in: 24-Hour Son-ice garage driveway south side ofj _______ Wes_t_7th_St. 704 So._ Main. ! Positions Wtd. — over"water"fught\hVn^"aboui ! CMYS ANTHEM UMS- Cut "flow-j _ Woimii ...... _ ......... __ ..... _____ 50 minutes and ended when the' ers. Many colors. A. F. Lewis, i WANTED - Typing or bookkeep- CH 2-3270. Red brick house west i of County farm. i exerience. even ears CH 2-175S —30 ,nose cone plunged into a target of area about 700 miles southeast of Rickv Lee Turlev, infant son of • '"<-" «.— .-- »•----_ Franklin Wilfred' and Carolyn j Capetown Scnrth Africa Jean (Miller) Turley, Strong City, died Wednesday at 8:04 in Newman Memorial Hospital, Empo- j ria. He was born Sept. 30, in : The Aii % Force announced the successful flight. ; Mell Wanted 19 Soybeans $2.12 Newman 'Memorial Hospital. ! \yh ea t 1.85 Surviving are the parents and 1.75 i Rocky Allen, twin brother of .90 i Ricky Lee; grandparents, Mr. 1.031 and Mrs. Ernest Miller and Mr. 1.08 i and Mrs. Wilfred Turley, Ran, .75 j toul. and great-grandparents, Mrs. . .95 Mae Brockus, Rantoul; M r s. Milo Rye Ear Corn .. Shelled Com Oats Barley I Bulterfat but 10-year-old Steven „. , irence Jacobs. Roy Swank, Rob- j „ K t,. n iohi run Elcker lert Tulloss and Richard Maxwell. I Eggb ' btia ' ghl rU " 1 - ,, | Cl L -*- VtllVOO U11U. jLVH-iltti V-l 4.IAM*!,!! V-ii, saved 35 children aboard by pull- Burial was in Highland Cemetery. up the emergency brake. The children, ranging n age from 6 to 11. were being driven home from King's Highway Eleby a 1958 car driven bv Helen L. |mentary School. Wise, 45, Lenexa. No injuries were I The driver, Isaac Martin of reported and no citations were is-' West Springfield, slumped over sue( j the wheel as the bus approached Elm Street and King's Highway. Thirty-eight Franklin County school bus drivers last night corn- He died before arrival at Providence Hospital, Holyoke. Call For Death Of Chanute Man Eggs, graded Cocks Hens (First published «-21-61'i (Last published 10-5-61) Stale of Kan. us. Frur.'/.l!n County, ss: In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Nora Smith. Deceased. No. 10-4M NOTICE OF HEARING The Statn of Kansas 10 all Persons Concerned: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a petition ha^ been filed in said Court by Olive Lucille Brenner, admtn- .48, 43 j Hazel Miller, Garnett, and Mr. iistmor of the.Estate of Nora_smith. 22 | and Mrs. John Halfman, Johnson. Graveside services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. in Highland ing in my home. Several years experience. Seven years with last employer. References. Please call CH 2-253:*. .35, .26, .22 >•*••••*• -vu 05 CH2- 1076. _ j Livestock _ _ — 34 MARRIED ' Men~to~38~to~service ; PUREBRED Holstein' bull, f \f. established customers. $80.00 :_old. H<Klg<.'i._ Williamsburg guaranteed per week plus ex-j REGISTERED Polled "Hereford penses. For interview & ap- j Bull — 3 yrs. old. Earl Watts, pointment — Phone CH 2-2447. j Quenemo. WAREHOUSE MAN~"Shipping i FfTlT"SA!7E — Young Guernsey and receiving clerk. Experienc-! Bull. Whitefaced baby calves. ixl. Columbia Meial Products, j Weanling pigs. Berkshire boar. P. 0. Box 8 — lola, Kansas, j 2 miles east on Logan "4 south. Giving brief resume of experi- j FOR SALE — TyeaTold" bull, 5 roaming in said estate, and you are n ~i n -D Q cu/vomol-or ! hereby notified to file your written Cemetery. Rev. R. B. Shoemaker , dpfen ;,.,. thereto on or before the i6tu KC Markets KANSAS CITY (API—Cattle 3,300; calves 200; steady; cutter and utility cows, M.00-15.00; good to choice' calves 20.'00-22.00. Hog:; 2.4UO; barrows and gilts 15-35 higher. su\vs steady to 25 higher; 1-3 barrows find K" ts n'bo-n.GO; 1-2 10.00-17.25; sows 1-3 15.25-17.00. s Sheep 1.200; steady; choice to prime native lambs 11.00-50: good to choice 15.50-16.50; ewes 3.50. 3.00- PIRAEUli Greece (AP)—Roger Ranney, 26-year-old American from Chanute, Kan., went on trial here today on charges of killing two Greek seamen, scuttling a launch, possessing firearms, ami forging documents. As the handcuffed The seaman were not seen again. The first witness called today was Manteleros* wife. She told the court president, three judges, crown prosecutor Dimitrios Ev- ghenicos and a jury of seven Kaiisaii Going To Thailand WASHINGTON (AP) - Gerald Funeral services for Lionel E. i Shogren, 27, Lindsborg, Kan., is Greiner will be from the Lamb | among 50 Peace Corps Volunteers Funeral Home Friday at 2 p.m | who will be assigned to Thailand He was a World War I veteran, i early next year to assist in that a member of Mt. Vernon Lodge i country's education and public- No. 145, A.F. & A.M., Beloit. Ho! health programs, received his 25-year membership! Shogren has taught in the Ben- pin some time ago, and had been ! nington, Kan., schools two years. day of October, 1961, at 10:00 A.M. of said clay, 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. Olive Lucille Brenner, Administrator Petitioner GleaEun, Gleaaon. Doty and Logan Attorneys for Administrator will officiate. HARVEY TIMBERLAKE Harvey Timberlake, 63, Sunrise Beach, Mo., formerly of Williamsburg. died Wednesday in St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, after a four-month illness. He had moved recently to Sunrise Beach after 25 years' residence in Kansas City. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Bernice (Hettick) Timberlake; three daughters, six grandchildren and five brothers including D. A. Timberlake, Williamsburg. Funeral services will be at Mttehleback Chapel, Kansas City, . , [ ^V/ , \_fkui* T*H., *.»t»". Friday at 10 a.m. A graveside Oct. 13—Night consignment ,, • , -n u i. 10 ' Sale, B5th St. and 40 Highway, service and burial will be at 12 j sas ' Ciiy Kansas.. noon at Central Cemetery near' Williailisburg. co'l" Neosho, Missouri. Oct 20—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa, Kas. SALE DATES Harold Sewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas 11 _ Orace Episcopal church. 1 p.m., I White Elephant Sale, • and Cedar. Oct 12— Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co , Ottawa, Kas. men and three women: American ] "Mv husband was a good man. a crowd pressed forward and shouted "Kill him, kill him." was brought to the court building, | We were poor, but managed to make ends meet." When the defense tried to ques- Gendarmes cleared a way for tion her, she cried out—pointing Raney through the crowd. In the j at Ranney—"Hide him. hide him. I cannot answer questions when I see him." courtroom, wives and relatives of the Greek seamen, George Mant- eleros and Dimitros Estathiou, wailed. Rnimey, appearing rested and neatly dressed, seemed not disturbed by the outcry. An interpreter gave him a running account of what was happening. Efstalhiu's wife and the owner of The seamen are missing. Their bodies have not been found, Ranney has denied committing any of the crimes fur which he stands accused. One of his defense attorneys. Andreas Vachli- otis, said the prosecution has only circumstantial evidence except on the scuttling charge. Piraeus police arrested the American last Nov. 29 when he applied for a visa to leave Greece. They charged that on Nov. 21 he hired a motor launch—, gangster," he cried. a Mason for 38 years. He was also a 32nd degree Mason. MRS. MINNIE REYNOLDS Funeral services for Mrs. The candidates will train at the University of Michigan Oct. 9 through Jan. 17, 1962. Minnie Reynolds, who died Oct. 2, were at McVey-Dcngel Mortuary Oct. 4. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Pallbearers were Albert Caleb. Dean Berlin, Lyle Dykstra, Hiram Browning, Ger- i aid McGrath and Thomas H.! Morse. Mrs. R. L. Stevens played j organ selections. Burial was in! Highland Cemetery. the launch also testified briefly. So did Stelios Manteleros, a merchant seaman and brother of one of the missing men. The latter shouted w i 1 d 1 y, accusing the American of murdering his broth- JRUTH ANN RODGERS Funeral services for Ruth Ann Rodgers, who died Oct. 2, were held from the Church of t h e Brethren Oct. 4. Rev. Lee Spitzer and W. B. DeVilbiss offi- the Deles—and employed the two The president of the sailors for a cruise of nearby is- John Psilopoulos, warned the wit lands. The police said that when ness to control himself. .Mantel- dated. Palllx«arers were Roscoe Ward, Lewis Myers, George Rover, Ray Simmons, Ernest Young and Ernest Walkins. Mrs. "He's an escaper from the '. Roy Gerhard and Mrs. Merl Shaf- Amcrican electric chair and a fer sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. George Royer. Burial was court, in Highland Cemetery. Ranney -arrived at the island of Poros, on that same day, he had the seamen help him change the name of the boat and forge new ship documents. T h e y quoted Ranney as saying he had left the two Greek seamen "alive and well" at Poros ros said lie had hired a boat and retracted the American's cruise route, but that he had not been able to find the bodies ol the witness seamen. Thirty-nine witnesses will be heard. The trial is expected to last four or five days. the WANTADS Call CH 2-4700 RECORD TURLEY — Friends and Relatives will meet at the Mortuary at cloven o'clock for the Funeral Services of infant Ricky Lee Turley. Rev. R. B. Shoemaker officiating. Interment Highland Cemetery. McVey-DENGEL MORTUARY Ph. CH 2-2323 Juamb SINCt SELBY - Clyde C., 723 N. Cedar, resident of Ottawa and Franklin County since 1889, passed away yesterday afternoon. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the Lamb Funeral Home, Rev. Roy Annstrong officiating, interment in Highland Cemetery. GREINER — Funeral services for Lionel E. Greiner will be held from the Lamb Funeral Home Friday afternoon, 2 o'clock, Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating, interment in Highland Cemetery. CH 2-3550 Printj and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction ever; rfcuesduj nigiit 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Thursdaj night. 1136 N. Ualn. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F43. Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sule, Overbrooi, Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH'2-1460 Oct. 7 — Ottawa Market Sale located one mile East of Main on Wilson Saturday afternoon at one o'clock. Oct. 14 — Ottawa Market sale located one- mile East of Main on Wilson Saturday afternoon at one o'clock. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—48. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday, Locust & Wilson, Ottawa Kas. Oct. 6 — Waverly Livestock Bale, Waverly, Has. Oct. 6 — Earl Allen Farm Sale, 2U N&rth Waverly. Oct. 12—Wnverly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 13—Keitu Barge Farm Sale 13 miles East of Ottawa on Logan, 3 miles South, \\ West. Out. 1C—Special Stocker Ss feeder Sale Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust k Wll ton. Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 17 — Veronica Stoerman Estate, Household (foods, 21'd West 4th St., Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 18 — L. E. Wilson, I miles Southwest WilllamsburB. Oct. 1^-Waverly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 20—Prairie City School Building Laud & contents near Baldwin, Kan- ence. ' ATTENflON"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. Salesmen —20 RAWLEIGH Dealer wanted at once in Dist. in Ottawa. Good opportunity. Write at once. Rawleigh's, Dept. KAJ-580-105, Freeport, 111. Men and 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. Women Wanted —24 WAITRESS and kitchen help. Apply in person. Royal Cafe. WAITRESS and cook. Apply in person. Deena's Cafe. 3 OR 5 ladies for Fall and Christmas work. Must have car. Earn extra money for Christmas. CH 2-3529. LADY To assist in GIFT AND DRAPERY DEPT. Knowledge of sewing and sales preferred. Prefer 30-50 age. PERMANENT POSITION QUIN'S Furniture Store younger bulls, all registered Angus. V4 mile we.st of State Highway Bam, Garnett. Char- Jes W^Watsorh REGiSTERELTTolled Hereford Bulls. 12 months. Walter Anderson. Scranton. W7LTrB'E~SOTl) at the Ottawa Market Sale Saturday. Oct. 7 at one o'clock. 12 choice Holstein steers, 500 Ib.s. each: 7 Hereford heifers, 500 to 550 Ibs.; 10 mixed milk cows, Jersey and mixed cows, springers and fresh. All these will sell with our usual run of livestock. — Gordon James, Manager. FRANKLIN CO. SALE Wilson and Locust Streets. Sat., Oct. 7th. Will start selling misc. at 11:00 — Livestock will start selling at 12:00. — 8 Whiteface steer calves, 450 Ibs.; 4 Whiteface heifers, 400; 14 Whiteface, 550; 10 Whiteface heifers, HOO; 7 black steers, 450; 4 black heifers, 400: 16 head Hulstein steers, 450; 40 head mixed calves, 400 to 500; 35 head Black Angus cows, some with calves, balance springers. Will have 2 ton 1935 Ford, grain bed and stock rack, five strain trans., electric two speed axle, booster brakes, new nylon tires. Will have stocker and feeder sale Monday. Oct. 16. See us about consigning your livestock or bring them in. Will have good buyers, and local and out of state. AUCTIONEERS Claude Myers Ernest Arnold Charles Beatty OUTERS Fred Coon Phone AX 4-3547 Paola John Ogle Overbrook MO 5-2225 FarmJKquipment —35 FOR SALE -"New IdeTTrow corn picker. CH 2-2189. FOR SALE — Surge milker unit, like new. Shaw Hatcheries — Ottawa.
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