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8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, October 6, 1961 News Briefs A 1959 pick-up truck driven by Fern E. Black, 55, Boise, Idaho, received minor damage in a collision in the 200 block on South Main here shortly after 2 p.m. yesterday, according to police records. The other car, driven by Roy S. Brown, 78, 319 S. Cedar, was not damaged. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. COMING TO FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Dr. Lin D. Cartwright, widely known preacher, teacher, author, editor, and world traveler, will preach Sunday morning and each evening at 8 through October 15 to 20. Special music. Watch for story and picture October 12th. ' Adv. 0. L. Breckenridge, president : of Franklin County Farm Bureau, .Mrs. Breckenridge, Mr. and Mrs. .'Albert Grosdidier and Mr. and • Mrs. Leo Miller attended the an- [nual meeting and barbecue of lOsage County Farm Bureau last evening. It was in Osage City. •There were 850 persons present. Sat., Sun. Carry Out Special — Whole Fried Chickens, $1.00, 5-9 ' p.m. only. Homemade Donuts, 35c doz. Colbern's Restaurant. CH ; 2-4190. Adv. Pomona News Yearbook Staff At Conf erence By MARY HUDELSON Staff members of the "Pirate," senior class yearbook, went to Manhattan Tuesday to attend the newspaper and yearbook conference at Kansas State University. Mary Ellen Crawford and Doris Ray, fco-editors; Mary Tesar, advertising manager; John Howell, business manager, and Esther Latson were accompanied by the English IV teacher and senior sponsor, Mrs. Anna Bunyan. One junior, Elaine Swallow, went along to get help for another year. Topics considered included the functions of a yearbook, selling subscriptions, planning a yearbook and developing the theme, writing copy and headlines and telling the story with pictures. The newspaper section provided help on editorials, feature articles, sports writing, advertising and layout and planning and edit ing of pictures. Large and small schools met separately to exchange ideas on newspapers. One section was given to the mimeographed school papei such as Pomona's has been. There was time to exchange ideas with others and view the display of yearbooks. Assisting in the conference were staff members of the K-State journalism department and visiting speakers. REGAINS LIFE SAVINGS—Mrs. Knut Ahlbers poses with a bundle of money—$16,900 in life savings—which was stolen from her husband last June in Sweden and returned to the couple by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The husband was visiting in Sweden to consider purchasing a home when the money was stolen. Stockholm police recovered the money and asked the FBI to return it to the Ahlbers. Wellsville News Couple's Daughter Injured By BERNICE HOLDEN Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lambert were called to Providence Hospital about 6 a.m. Tuesday morning where their daughter, Elaine, Topeka, was hospitalized following an accident. Miss Lambert was a passenger in the car driven by Edward Everett, Topeka, when it went out of control striking a steel abutment on the turnpike less than two miles from Providence Hospital about 1am. Tuesday. Mr. Everett was killed, and a Topeka couple, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harris Jr., were critically injured. Rev. Paul Jones has resigned as pastor of Wellsville Assembly of God Church and. with his family, will return to Vinita, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will go into evangelistic work for the Assemblies of God Churches across the nation and will work out of Vinita. Sunday, Oct. 8, will be Mr. Jones' last Sunday as pastor here. The Jones family moved to Salesmen Tired Of Hearing This To our old friends. Reno's Cafeteria, open in a new location, Mon., Oct. 9.11 a.m. 18 & S. Main. Adv. Army Pvt. Frederick R. Ferguson, whose wife, Marlene, lives at Ottawa, RFD 4, has completed the automotive maintenance helpers course at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Ferguson was trained to assist in the performance of organizational, field and depot maintenance ontrack and wheeled vehicles and similar equipment, and in the evacuation and recovery of nil types of automotive material. The 23-year-old soldier received basic combat training at the fort, He was graduated from Ottawa High in 1956. His parents, Mr. and Mrs Edward W. Ferguson, live on ' Route 2, Wellsville. Drake's Bakery — fresh butter rolls donuts, pies, cakes, cookies, wedding and birthday cakes. Adv. .It's time to pot plants for win- £ler-Jardinieres, planters and red Tpots. The best for less. Wilky's .Pottery. Adv. Sheriffs officers have collected $10,844.19 of $15,022.29 in delinquent personal property taxes, '•Sheriff Max Gilmore said today. ~The ar%)unt due was turned ov- • er to officers Aug. 15 for collec- Jtion. lozy Beauty Bar—219 S. Main. 2-3331. Adv. The Pomona group was surprised to find only one other school represented who made S£ Fidelity Grange will install of- ^cers at a meeting at the L. C. '^tangford home southeast of Ot- ^fewa Wednesday evening. • Russell Stover Candies, Snyder pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv Zg Mary Ann McGaugh has filed ^uit in District Court here for divorce from Jimmie Lee Mc- .Gaugh, according to court rec: ords. She requested custody of one minor child. money on the yearbook. The senior class at Pomona usually makes a profit of $200 or more which has been applied toward the senior trip. Mrs. Veva Vincent went to Olathe on Monday for dinner at the home of Mrs. Phil Garrett. The party was made up of a group of eight who used to work together at Proctor and Gamble in Kansas City and who get together now arid then for a social time. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Shomber and daughters, of Ottawa, have moved into the Cole property from which the Charles Shaw family moved over a week ago. They have one daughter, Dorothy, who has enrolled as a sophomore at the high school; and Linda in the grade school. Pomona Chapter No. 305, O.E.S., met Monday, with Margaret Cain, associate matron, presiding. An invitation from the Quenemp chapter to visit for friendship night on Oct. 16 was accepted? ijwrher plans were made for the rummage sale Friday, Oct. 20, in Ottawa. A committee of Mrs. Mabel Neeley, Mrs. Beth Parks, Mrs. Golden Nelson and Mrs. Lamar Wallace will have charge of this project. Arrangements were completed for the potluck supper with the Masons on Monday, Oct. 30. Following the business session, Vernon Parks, worthy patron, furnished treats to the group at Dusin's Dairy Bar. The Thursdav afternoon meet- home over the weekend from Fort Sill, Okla., to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fritts. Fritts is now completing the last part of his fi-month enlistment in the National Guard. He graduated from Pomona High last May and enlisted closed. shortly after school Local Markets Soybeans $2.10 Wheat 1.85 Milo 1.75 Rye 90 Ear Corn 1.03 Shelled Corn 1.08 .75 .95 43 Oats Barley Butterfat 48, Eggs, straight run 22 Eggs, graded 35, .26, .22 Cocks 03 Hens .OS KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 600; calves 25; slaughter steers and heifers steady; other classes steady; choice steers 24.00; good 23.00; high good and low choice heifers 22.75; canner to utility cows 12.50-14.50. Hogs 2/000; barrows and gilts steady to 25 higher; sows scarce, steady; 1-3 barrows and gilts 200270 lb 17.25-60; 1-3 sows 300-400 lb 16.00-17.00. 2-3 400-600 lb 15.0016.00. Sheep 1,'iHJO: sprinkling native wooled lambs steady; ewes steady. Choice and mixed choice . and prime wooled lambs 17.00 - 50; shorn ewes 2.00-3.50. Hospital Notes Admissions Lori Louise Moss, RFD 1; Mrs. Ernest Johnson, Baldwin; Wednesday. Mrs. Howard Lilly, Melvern; Mrs. Larry Kalb, Baldwin; Lewis D. Smith, 903 E. 9th; Loretta I. Coo, RFD 1, Pomona; Thursday. Leslie Seifert, Kansas :ity, Kas.; Howard Solsby, Williamsburg; Friday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Lue Schouten, 702 N. Poplar, daughter born Wednesday, weight, 8 lb., 1 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Richard Ledom, 115 N. Locust, transferred to Kansas City; Tuesday. Delores Godinez, 920 N. Locust, transferred to Chanute; Lori Louise Moss, RFD 1; Mrs. Larry Gervais, 526 S. Poplar; Rollie Hashman, 912 Locust; John Cassidy, West Dorm; Thursday. Mrs. Howard Linneman and baby daughter, RFD 2; Mrs. Eugene Patterson and baby daughter, 810 S.. Cherry; Mrs. Charles Burns, 424 N. Sycamore; Elizabeth Claiborne, 703 S. Cedar; Jesse Gregg, 903 Maple; Friday. Rawleigh Products. 1032 S. Main E. F. Risdon. Adv Raymond M. Carpenter, 23, RFD 2, Wellsville, was cited by state troopers Wednesday on Interstate 35 and charged in County Court with following another truck closer than 300 feet, according to court records. Radiators reparied. Thornbrugh Garage. Williamsburg. Adv. Kent Hollinger and Gerald Reed, both of Silver Leaf 4-H club here, will participate in a land judging contest at Rossville tomorrow. They will be accompanied by Ross Nelson, Franklin County 4-H agent. Evening Buffet Dining. Every Vied., and Fri. All you can eat $1.50. Colbern's Restaurant. 115 E. 5th. Adv. ing of W.S.C.S opened with devotions by Mrs Ralph Hunt. Mrs. James Driver gave the lesson on "Our Greatest Mission Field" which dealt with problems of missions in large cities. A report on the Federation of W.S.C.S. was given by Mrs. Warren Sellens. Mrs. Emma Robbiri's, president, conducted the business session. There will be no meeting at Pomona on Oct. 19 since members will be attending the district meeting at Ottawa. The ladies from Richter and Quenemo have been invited to the missionary tea Nov 2. Hostesses for the social time were Mrs. Maude Fyock and Mrs. Archie Clark Mrs. Carl Love and children, Melvern, Ark., arrived last Sunday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goracke. Pvt. Lewis Richard Fritts was Greenwood Township voters have elected Robert Reed agricultural representative to the Franklin County extension council. Also elected were Mrs. Orville Fla ger and Mrs. Charles Hamilton, home economics and 4-H repre- . sentatives respectively. Lincoln -township voters will vote ori ex..tension officers at Wycoff Community building tomorrow night. ?- : Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. ]'- Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Kaub, rTacoma, Wash., are visiting at 'the homes of Mr. Kaub's sister " and brother, and families, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kaub, and other relatives. To Speak At Church The speaker Sunday at the Church of Christ, in Rock Creek School three miles south of Ottawa, will be Linda Fenton, Des Moines, Iowa, a missionary recruit from Lincoln Bible Institute, Lincoln, 111. During the Bible School hour at 11 a.m., she will tell of her work among the Negroes in Joliet, 111., on the outskirts of Chicago. The work in New Testament Evangelism began there in 1957. It seeks to establish churches in the predominately Negro areas, to train Negro leaders and to encourage Negro groups to follow the church pattern. Members and friends will be basket dinner guests in the How ard Tucker home in Imes follow ing the services. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 8 a.m. Friday — 0 For October—2 For 1961—398 Comparable 1960 period — 368 © 1961, King Feitura SvnJiate, Inc.,, f Wotld rijilils reserved. "They printed my letter! See, the one signed 'Discontented wife'i" Plan Fire Inspections An inspection will be Ottawa's )bservance of National Fire Prevention Wee 1 .:, according to Don Wellsville from Lawrence in October, 1960. The couple has two sons, Timothy Paul, 14 months, and Kenneth Jay, 4 months. Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brown, and his father, A. E. Jones, live at Vinita Traveling in the United States will be nothing new to Mr. Jones who followed the rodeo circuits for 10 years, participating in bull- riding. He began preaching at the age of 21 and has served in the ministry the last three years. Sunday, Oct. 8, is a red letter day for the congregation at Wellsville Baptist Junior Church which will hold its first service in the new chapel, formerly the primary department room. Guest speaker will be Michi Shirayama, Yokahama, Japan, a senior at Ottawa University who is studying for missionary work. Special music will be provided by the Wellsville High School music department under the direction of Wendell Hicks. Junior minister for the month of October is Larry Ganong. Assistant ushers are Larry and Terry Good. At a junior church staff meeting, Mrs. LaDema Higbie was appointed director of missions. Mrs. Doris Morgan, who formerly held this position, is now director of membership. Jim Kent, president of By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-Remarks a door-to-door salesman gets tired of hearing: "Whatever it is you're peddling, we got already." "I can't understand whatever got into Prince. He's usually such a good-natured dog. He hasn't bitten anyone in ages and ages." "Lock the screen door. Here comes another one." "So what if you are trying to work your way through college, young man? I'm trying to keep my wife from spending our way into the poorhouse." "I might be interested in your proposition—that is, if you accept credit cards." "What in the world would I want with an encyclopedia set? We already got a book—and if there's anything I don't know my wife is only too glad to set me straight." "If the supermarket gives trading stamps, why can't you?" "You've been so patient listening to me tell about my operation for two hours that I'd be glad to buy a lipstick from you—but you don't have any in my shade." "If you have any free samples, I'll try them out, and let you know next week for sure whether I want to buy the large economy Trying To Select Laos Premier HIN HEUP, Laos (AP)-Laos' three contending princes met in the middle of a ruined bridge at this frontline village today in an effort to decide on a premier for a future coalition government. The meeting took place at the threshold of the dry season—which could be translated as the fighting season when rival forces again will be able to maneuver. The three princes were Premier Boun Oum of the pro-Western Vientiane government, neutralist Souvanna Phouma and his backer and half-brother, Prince Souphan- ouvong of the pro-Communist Pathet Lao. ones, assistant fire chief. The inspection, according American Baptist Men, the spoke to Tones, will be made in all local nisinesses, with firemen looking 'or defective wiring, trash, blocked exits, or anything else which could result in a fire or hamper its fighting. He added that persons wishing to have their homes inspected may contact the department. "We're too short of men and equipment for demonstrations," tie explained. Funerals MRS. EFFIE McIIAM Funeral services for Mrs. Effie McHam were Tuesday afternoon at Coughlin's Chapel, Rev. James Nabors officiating. Burial was at Peardige, Ark., at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. McHam is survived by a niece, Mrs. Fred Goldsberry, Wellsville. Monday night at a meeting of the Men's Fellowship of Wellsville Baptist Church. His subject was "There Stood A Man". Fourteen men attended. The quarterly business meeting will following the morning service Sunday, Oct. 8, at Wellsville Baptist Church. The Baldwin Chapel congregation will be present or both the service and the meeting. The World Fellowship offering collected last Sunday at the Wellsville Baptist Church was more than $200, the largest amount ever given by the church. Mr. and Mrs. Karlos G. Sieg, Lawrence, are the parents of a son, Karl Gregory, born at 2:40 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 1, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. The infant weighed 8 Ibs. l 1 /^ oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Daugherty, Kansas City, Kas., and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sieg, Wellsville. Mrs. Olevia Sieg, Ottawa, is the infant's great grandmother. This is the first child for the Karlos Siegs, and the first grandchild for both the L. L. Daugh- ertys and the Elmer Siegs. size. "If this foot powder is so good for tired, sore and aching feet, just tell me one thing: Why are you limping?" "This article looks interesting. Wait while I read it clear through and if I like it I'll take a six- month subscription to the magazine—maybe." "Sit down and rest your tootsies my boy. This is my day off. What are you selling? You are? Well, my line is life insurance. Now, have you ever considered that if you just—." "My husband just phoned and said he'd be home late, the baby is crying with the mumps, my dishwasher has sprung a leak, the cat run up a tree and can't get down—and now you knock on the door and try to sell me a new skin cream to make my complexion more lovely! What I want is something that will help a housewife keep her sanity. Have you got a jar of that?" "I bet you have a lot of weird experiences, going from door to door like you do. Tell me, what was the most—." "I'll take the 39-cent size, if you can cash a personal check for $25." "Never mind what you're selling. Here, take this screwdriver and help me fix my vacuum cleaner. There's a rattle in it somewhere." "Turn about is fair play. I'll take one of your $2.98 bath brushes if you'll buy a box of these $4.95 Christmas cards we ladies are selling to raise funds for a basketball court in the basement of our church." "You mean you only made 136 house calls today, George? You're going to have to average twice that many for the rest of the month if we're ever going to win that free round trip to Bermuda." Train Crash Killed 29 HAMBURG, Germany (AP)— Railroad officials counted today 29 persons dead and at least 45 injured after a packed surburban passenger trail crashed into a halted repair train Thursday night. The three-car passenger train had just left Berliner Tor Station in downtown Hamburg when it rammed into the repair train, which was loaded with wide steel beams used in bridge building. Railroad officials said a track supervisor had given the passenger train the all clear signal by mistake. 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 Minim'um charge 70c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c mln. 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 I wish to thank my friends for their cards and prayers during my recent stay in the hospital— Sifted: Mr. S. T. Thornton. Notices Legate NOTICE-A11 Real Estate Dealers. My farm is off the market. A. L. Lingard. Nurseries — Seeds Plants (First Published September n, (Last Published October 8, 1861) In The Probate Court Of Franklin County. Kansas In the Matter of the Person and Estate of Beatrice Anna Olbbs. aka Beatrice A Olbbs and Mrs. B. B. A. Oibbs. An Incompetent Person. No. 10-487 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by Edith Wells, guardian of the person and estate of Beatrice Anna Olbbs. aka Beatrice A. Oibbs and Mrs. B. B. A. Oibbs, an Incompetent person, praying for an order of said court authorizing and directing her to sell the following described leal estate, in Franklin County, Kansas, tc-wit: The South '/4 of Lot 1 and all of Lots 8, 11, 13. IS and 17 In Block 102, In the city of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, belonging to said Incompetent person for the maintenance and support of said ward, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 14th day of October, 1881, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day. In said court, In the city of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, Judgment and decree will be entered thereon In due course upon «ald _ PEONIES — single or double, most all colors. Park car in garage driveway south side of West 7thSL 704 So. Main. petition. EDITH WELLS, Petitioner ers, Many colors. A. F. Lewis, CH 2-3270. Red brick house west of Countv farm. Men Wanted —19 MARRIED~Men to 38~to service established customers. $80.00 guaranteed per week plus expenses. For interview & appointment - Phone CH 2-2447. WAREHOUSE MAN - Shipping and receiving clerk. Experienced. Columbia Metal Products. P. 0. Box 8 — lola, Kansas. Giving brief resume of experience. DONALD L. WHITE Attorney for Petitioner RICKY LEE TURLEY Funeral services for Ricky Lee Turley, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin W. Turley, Strong City, will be Saturday at 11 a.m. in McVey-Dengel Mortuary. Rev. R. B. Shoemaker will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. The child died Oct. 4 in an Emporia Hospital. Demonstration Brings Arrests MCCOMB, Miss. (AP)-A civil rights demonstration on the City Hall steps resulted in the mass arrest of 144 Negro pupils and one white man. The group — junior high and high school pupils—was protesting the expulsion from school of four Negroes Wednesday arrested earlier in a chain store sit-in. Police said several white men punched the lone white demonstrator before police rescued him. He was jailed "for his own protection," police said. EIMCE !•»• OTTA WA.K.A NSA» CHAPMAN — Robyn, passed away this morning in Lawrence. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced tomorrow. SELBY — Funeral services for Clyde C. Selby will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the Lamb Funeral Home. Rev. Roy Armstrong will officiate, interment following in Highland Cemetery. CH 2-3550 SALE DATES Harold Sewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Oct. 11 — Grace Episcopal Church, White Elephant Sale, 1 p.m., 2nd and Cedar. Oct. 12—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co , Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 13—Night Consignment Horse Sale. 95th St. and 40 Highway, Kansas City, Kansas. Oct. 17—Night Consignment Horse Sale. Neosho 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 ATTENTION BOYS We need some ambitious boys ages 10-18, to help in our order dept. Part lime — 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. Salesmen -20 NATIONAL concern offers opportunity for man to work in Northeast Kansas. Married man above 30 preferred. Must have good car, gnowledge of tractors and machinery helpful. Sales experience not necessary, we train if hired. Drawing account, when qualified. For personal interview, write qualifications, address, and phone number to R. A. Stanley, Dept. 10A-5, P. 0. Box 392, Dallas, Texas. night 7 p.m., 1138 N. Main. Community sale ever; night, 1136 N. Ualn. Thursdaj RECORD TURLEY — Friends and relatives will meet at the Mortuary at eleven 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 Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Gale, Overbrook, Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Sale located one mile East of Main on Wilson, every Saturday, I p.m. 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—46. Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday, Locust li Wilson, Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 6 — Earl Allen Farm Sale, 2'/« North Waverly. Oct. 12—Waverly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 13—Keith Barge Farm Sale 13 miles East of Ottawa on Logan, 2 miles South, '/t West. Oct. 16—Special Stocker & feeder Sale Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 17 — Veronica Stoerman Estate, Household goods, 21'0 West 4th St., Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 18 — L. E. Wilson, I miles Southwest Williamsburg. Oct. 18—Waverly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 20—Prairie City School Building & Land & contents near Baldwin, Kansas. Men and Women Wtd.—23 TELEPHONE WORK from your home. Full or part time. Must have telephone and car—write or call GRand 12479 Mona Arney, 1209 Temple Bldg., 903 Grand, Kansas City, Mo. 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 coolc. AppIjTTn person. Deena's Cafe. Fountain Manager Female, experienced dinner cook and fountain management. Permanent, full time. No Sunday work. Apply Crown Drug Company, Lawrence, Kansas. Phone Viking 3-1272. Robert Schutt, Manager. Phone CH 2-4700 LADY To assist in GIFT AND DRAPERY DEPT. Knowledge of sewing and sales preferred. Prefer 30-50 age. PERMANENT POSITION QUIN'S Furniture Store General Services —29 TRASH HAULING - phone CfiT- 2585. CARE FOR elderly ladies, my home. CH 2-2215. BULLDOZING - All types. Nor"man Scott. Phone CH 2-1219.

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