The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 7, 1961 · Page 6
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Ottawa, Kansas
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. THE OTTAWA HERALD' ** Saturday, October 7, 1!H51 News Briefs A jury yesterday found Francis L. Eggleston, 43, RFD 1, Paola, innocent of failing tn decrease speed to avoid an accident, County Court records show. He was cited by stale troopers Sept. 3 following a collision on K-68 nine miles east of Ottawa. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv Bernhardt's Dancing — Register for teenage Ballroom, CH 2-3696. Adv. 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. To our old friends. Reno's Cafeteria, open in a new location. Mon., Oct. 9.11 a.m. 18 & S. Main! Adv. Russell Stover Candies, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv Radiators reparied. Thornbrugh Garage. Williamsburg. Adv. Funerals LIONEL E. GREINER Funeral services for Lionel E. Greiner, who died Oct. 3, were held at the Lamb Funeral Home Oct. 6, with the Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Pallbearers were Fred Adamson, Richard Hewitt, Robert Hughes, Gene Mavity, Keith Paine and Kenneth Cook. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Henning. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. FRANK BERTHOT Funeral services for Francis William "Frank" Berthot, who died Oct. 3, were held from Towner's Chapel Oct. 5. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Pallbearers were John Sheeley, Henry Gilroy, Paul Heckman, Donald Avertil, Armand Fisher, William Milbern and Maurice Lynn Averill. Burial was in Wellsville Cemetery. CLYDE C. SELBY Funeral services for Clyde C. Selby, who died Oct. 4, were held at the Lamb Funeral Home Oct. 7. Rev. Roy Armstrong officiated. Pallbearers were Walter W. Rodgers, Ernest Johnson, Rolan Davis, A. E. Sullins, Leo Kirkwood and Emmett Taylor. Mrs. J. R. Henning played organ selections. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. HARVEY TIMBERLAKE About 200 relatives and friends attended the graveside service Oct. 6, at Central Cemetery near Williamsburg, for Harvey Timberlake, Sunrise Beach, Mo., formerly of Williamsburg, who died Oct. 4. Pallbearers were Gerald Todd, Harold Bethel, D. B. Fogle, J. E. Decker, A. R. Dehn and Arza B. Fogle. Williamsburg A.F. & A.M. had charge of the service with R. Wren, MW., and Art Dean chaplain, officiating. A service was held at 10 a.m. in the Muehelback Chapel in Kansas City. Baker Drops KWU, 21-6 BALDWIN, Kan. (AP)-Baker scored early on a 58-yard pass play, then John Jacobs tallied twice in the second quarter as the Wildcats beat Kansas Wesleyan 21-6 Friday night. Gary Gore took a 15-yard pass from Mike Welch and dashed another 43 for the opening touchdown. Jacobs scored on runs of 2 and 26 yards. Jerry Smith went five yards for Wesleyan's score in the first period. Baker is 3-1 in the Kansas Conference and Wesleyan is 2-2. Thefts Are Reported An electric two-speed axle shifting unit reportedly was removed from a truck at the cement Brick Products Co. here Thursday night or last night, police said today. The unit, which bolted on the rear axle of the truck, is valued at $55 police said. Also reported as stolen yesterday was a girl's bicycle from 119 S. Locust and a coat and two dresses taken from a car parked on West 3rd. The bicycle was taken Thursday night, according to Steve Brandon. Mrs. John R. Farrer, Rantoul, said the clothing was taken yesterday. Believes Protest Movement Fails (Continued from Page 1) petition that were not on the registration books. "B. Names on the petitions with a street address different from that on the registration books. "C. Men or women who did not sign the petition as registered, giving Christian names, instead of initials, or vice "versa, in the absence of evidence of identity offered by the petitioners. D. Names of women on the pciition using the prefix "Mrs." followed by initials or masculine Christian names, which did not appear on the registration books, in absence of evidence offered by petitioners. The attorney's report also included opinions on the clause, "in absence of evidence offered by petitioners." mentioned above. He said that verification supplying information concerning the validity of signatures on the petition list would have been helpful. The attorney said that 62 of the lists "apparently are intended to be supported by an affidavit signed W. W. Robe" and that 19 "apparently are intended to be supported by an affidavit signed by Hale B. Blair." But, the attorney said, "There is no statement in the affidavit that the affiant (Robe or Blair) saw the signers, or any of them sign their names to the petition. There is no statement," he said, "that affiant knows any of the signers, except affiant, himself or that although a certain signer has written his name in the way it appears on the petition he or she is known to affiant to be the same person whose name appears in the registration books in another way." Gleason said: "there are 47 instances on the petition lists where two successive signatures appear in what is clearly, even to a non expert, the same handwriting." In each instance, he said, the sig natures are of two persons having the same last name. "It may be," he said, "in each of these instances a husband has signed for himself and his wife, or vice versa, or the possibility that some third person has signed both names." He said the petition statute contemplates that each petitioner personally sign the petition. The attorney said that 209 names appearing on the petition do not appear in the registration books. He said there are 285 names on the petition which do not appear in the same form in the registration books as they do on the petition or are not shown as residing at the address indicated on the petition. Here are some of the discrepancies which apparently will re suit in the discrediting of the names listed: The name "Willard Lister" is on the petition, while the name "Williard N. Lister" is in the registration books, the address the same in both places. Marriage Licenses Robert H. Wooten, 22, Orlando, Fla., and Jennie Angelina Baldwin, 18, Ottawa. REV. EVELYN TAYLOR Church Observing Anniversary The Community Church of the Foursquare Gospel plans services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. tomorrow, commemorating the church's second anniversary. Rev. Evpjyn Taylor, district superintendent, of the eastern half of the Midv.est District of Foursquare churches, which includes Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and the Dakotas. She also is pastor at Bethel Foursquare Temple, St. Joseph, Mo. The Community Church was started on Sept. 6, 1959, at Cherry and Lot-an Sts. It was moved | to its present location, 9th and Hickory, on Oct. 4, of the same year. The Foursquare organization bought the building from Calvary Baptist Church. Rev. Arthur L. Gerhold. pastor, invites the public to attend the services. The name "Mrs. Mary G. Altic" is on the petition, while the name "Mrs. D. A. Altic" is in I he registration books, the address the same in both places. The name "Clifford B. Adkinson" is on the petition, while the name "C. B. Adkinson" is on the registration books, the address the same in both places. The name "Nick Krist" is on Ihe petition, while the name "N. J. Krist" is on the registration books, Ihe address the same in both places. Deaths SILAS J. SMITH Silas .ludson Smith. 72, RFD 2, Pomona, farmer and stockman and a lifelong resident of Franklin County, died at his home today at 8:30 a.m. He had been ill a year. He was born Oct. 10. 188S, at Ransomville. and was the son of Edward and Dollie (Hale) Smith. He married Mary Belle Kirkman Dec. 12, 1916, in Ottawa. He was a member of the Williamsburg Methodist Church. Surviving are the widow, six sons, Lawrence, Pomona; Boscoe, RFD 2, Williamsburg; Theodore, RFD 2, Pomona; Ralph, Princeton; Raymond, Lawrence, and Billie S., Kansas City, Mo.; three daughters, Mrs. Glen Hein- Icin. Sedan; Mrs. Robert Rea, Williamsburg, and Mrs. James DaVatz, Lawrence; 23 grandchil dren; one brother, Claude Smith, Williamsburg, and three sisters, Mrs. C. L. Figgins, Quenemo, Mrs. C. E. Chambers and Mrs. M. R. Wren, Williamsburg. Services will be at Towner's Chapel Monday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, south of Pomona. MRS. ROBYN CHAPMAN Mrs. Robyn (Amyx) Chapman, 47. 310 W. 5th, died yesterday al 8:30 a.m. in the Guardian Angel Home, Inc., Lawrence where she had lived the past year. She was formerly a receptionist in a doctor's office but had been in failing health the past 10 years. She was born at Chanute, Dec. 15, 1913, and was the daughter of George and Juanila (Coats) Amyx. She was a member of the Methodist Church and of the Parsons Chapter of Eastern Star. She was educated at Ursaline Academy in Paola and Cottey Col lege, Nevada, Mo. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Funk, Montgomery, Ala.; her mother, Mrs. Juanita Hack- neye, Ottawa; and three sisters, Mrs. Lyle Hugo, Tulsa, Okla.; Mrs. John Rever, Washington, D. C., and Mrs. J. G. Gladstone, Ottawa. Graveside services will be held at Eimwood Cemetery, Chanute, Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles P. Knight will officiate. MRS. JOE SCHEETZ Mrs. Joe Scheetz, 87, died this morning at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. Nelson O'Connor, Wellsville, where she had lived since the death of her husband in 1953. She had been in ill health for some time. She was born April 5, 1874, in Belgium, and came to the U.S. at the age of 11. She and her husband lived in Johnson and Miami Counties until 1926 when they moved to Nevada, Mo. From 1938 they lived in Willamsburg until 1952, when they moved to Wellsville. Surviving are the daughter, one grandson, two great-grandsons and one sister, Mrs. Sophie, Macomb, 111. Services will be Monday at 2 p.m. in Wellsville Methodist Church, of which she was a member. Rev. James Nabors will officiate. Burial will be in Pleasant Valley Cemetery. Memorials to the Wellsville Methodist building fund have been suggested for those who prefer. ROCKING WITH GROMYKO - President Kennedy sits in his rocking chair for conference yesterday with Russian foreign minister, Andrei Gromyko. They discussed the Berlin problem. On The Business Side Consumer More Willing To Buy By DON SHIPMAN Consumer confidence in the economy has improved decisively during the past three months, according to a recent survey by the research center of the University of Michigan. A large proportion of the American people are aware of (he upturn in business conditions, and a growing number judge the economic outlook for the next 12 months as "good". Favorable attitudes toward buying household goods and cars are at or near the 1955- ; >6 peak, and are * also high in the Shipma* area of housing. Intentions to buy automobiles during the next 12 months are today more frequent than in August, 1960. Consumer plans to purchase new cars show a rise of at least 10 per cent; intentions to buy used cars are unchanged. Nearly two-thirds of the consumers expect some price increases. The majority of the people appear to have become accustomed to prevailing prices and the resentment against rising prices is not pronounced. Next week is National Fire Prevention Week. Ottawa's fire department will be busy making inspections in both business places and homes. Anyone interested in having an inspection made by the fire department can have one at any time by simply calling CHerry 2-1548. Fall is a dangerous time of the year, and the fire department urges everyone to be extra cautious when burning leaves or trash. "Joe Quarterback," a 10-inch, hand - painted statue of a football player wearing the colors of the Ottawa University, black and gold, and the Ottawa High School, red and white, has made his entry into the hearts of the local football fans via George Lister, president of the Peoples National Bank The statue actually is a savings bank, and George has plenty of them on hand in your favorite school's color. Lyle Grier, manager of the Ottawa Cooperative Association, reports that last years sales of the organization reached an all time high of $2,240.000. This was made possible by carrying a large inventory of approximately $173,000. Last year the cooperative handled over a million bushels of grain, a considerable increase over previous years. Richard Blanton, Fairmont Foods distributor for this area, is busy this week introducing Fairmont's newly designed milk carton. The carton is more modernistic in design and has greater customer appeal. Orville Hay ward, manager of the A & P Super Market, and crew are busy celebrating the firm's 102nd birthday this week. The local store's fulltime em- ployes have a total of 82 years with the company. Hayward became manager in 1946, and Arthur "Doc" Jones became manager of the meat department in 1943. George Kramer, Kramer Drug Store, and Guy and Gerald Bris- j coe, Briscoe Drug, were I among the ion pharmacists and j students who attended the Uni| versity of Kansas 2-day phar- 'macy extension course last weekend. The purpose of the course is to bring pharmacists up to date on new developements in a rapidly changing profession Maude Walker, Walker's Wallpaper and Paint Store, recently has installed a new Miller paint shaker and Fischer paint colorant dispensing machine. The machine mixes any color asked for, plus stains in a variety of beautiful hues. Wilbur Fonlks and Swede Johnson, Bob White Motor Co., Plymouth and Valiant dealer, are entertaining baseball fans during the World series by having an RCA Victor color television set on their display floor. The set was installed by the courtesy of Russ Crites, RCA Victor dealer. The attendance has been an overflow capacity The set will remain throughout the entire series play-off. The Dun & Bradstrect Daily Wholesale Commodity Price Index of 30 basic commodities (1930-1932 equals 100) was 274.50 on Thursday, Oct. 5, against 275 • 64 a week ago. The Weekly Wholesale Food Price Index, representing the total of the price per pound of 31 foods in general use, fell four cents this week to $5.95. This is 1.5 per cent below the corresponding level of last year. Legate connection) M provided in thli ordinance. Section 4. That the Water Superintendent or the City of Rantoul Is hereby authorized and directed to discontinue? after reasonable notice to *ie occupant thereof, the water service to any property whereon any' connection In violation of the provisions of this ordinance Is known to exist, and to take such other precautionary measures a* he may deem necessary to eliminate any danger of contamination of the public water supply distribution mains. Water service to such property shall not be restored until such connection or connections shall have been eliminated or conected In compliance with the provisions of thla ordinance. Section S. This ordinance rhnll take effect and be In force from nnd after Its publication according to lnw. Passed this and day of October, 1661. Eldon Hrockus Mayor Pauline Jackson City Cleric Legals fFlrst Published i-30-'gn (Last Published 10-M-'6n NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday, October 31, 1J61, at 4:30 P.M. of raid day In the City Hall of Ottawa, Kansas, a public hearing will be held before the City Planning Commission of said City upon -the petition of Lena Frcdeen, for certain proposed changes and amendments under Ordinance No. 1763 of said City and upon certain changes to the Zoning Map attached to and made a part of said Ordinance, towlt: Take out of District "C" (Apartment) and place within District "D" (Local Business) the following described real estate: Lots 1, 3, 5. 7, B and 11, Block 4, University Addition to the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. Also a hearing will be held before the City Planning Commission at the same time and place on the Petition of L'.ndel S. Chlsm for change In zoning from "A" (First Dwclllngi and place within District "B" (Duplex) the following described real estate: Lots 24, 26, and 28, Block ID. Bowles, Sheldon fc Topping Addition to the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. Al such public hearing protests against such proposed changes to the Zoning Map of said City may be presented to the Planning Commission and passed upon by said commission. If no protests are made, or sufficient or insufficient protests are made, such facts together with the recommendation of the City Planning Commission will be submitted to the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa. Kansas for its consideration in proceeding with the above matter according to law. The City Planning Commission By Warren Welen Chairman Attest: Harold O. Peffly, Secretary I (Published Octobei 7. 19611 ! NOTICK OF ORUIN'ANCK • To prohibit improper cross-conncc- j tions between public and private wa- ! ter supplies. I Be II Ordained by the Governing j Body of the City of Rantoul. State of ! Kansas: Section 1. That no person, company, ; corporation, or institution shall establish or permit to be established or maintain or permit to be maintained any cross-connection whereby a private, auxiliary, or emergency water supply other than the regular puhlic water supply of the City of Rantoul may enter the supply or distributing system of said municipality, unless inch private, auxiliary or emergency water supply and the method of connection and use of such ^upp'v shall have been approved by thi Water Superintendent of the Cily of Rsntoul and by the Kansas State 3oiud of Health. Section 2. That ii shall be. the duty of the Water Superintendent of the City of Kan'.oul to cause surveys and In- ve.-tiRations to he made of all industrial and other properties served by the public water Mipplj where private, auxiliary, or emergency water supplies other 'hnn the public water supply are known lo exi-t or where such supplies .ire 'ikely to exist. Such surveys and investications shall be made a matter of public record ami shall be repeated us often ns the Water Superintendent shall deem necessary. Section 3. TliHt the Water Superintendent of the Cily of Rantoul or his duly authorized representative shall have the right to enter at any reasonable time any property served by a connection to the public water supply or distributing system of the City of Rantoul for the purpose of inspecting the piping system or systems thereof. On demand the owner, lessees, oi occupants of any property so serve! sha!'. furnish to the j Water Superintendent any Information j which he may request regarding the piping system or systems nnd any private, auxiliary, or emergency water supply used or useful on such propery. The refusal of such information, when demanded, shall, within the discretion of the Water Superintendent, be deemed evidence of the presence of improper (First Published. September 30. 19B1) (Last Published, October 14, l»61i State of Kansas, Franklin County, as: In the Probate Court of said county and stale, In the Matter of the Estate of William Smithey, deceased. No. 10-590 Notice of Hearlnr The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by Ida M. Smithey, Administratrix of the Estate of William Smithey. deceased. praying for a final settlement of said estate and for the allowance and approval of her final report: determination and allowance of court cost:; and proper fees of administration: determination of the property of the decedent and the assignment of the same to the persons entitled thereto and the discharge of the administratrix, together with the surety upon her bond, and all other proper relief. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 23rd day (..' October. 1991, at 10:00 o'clock A.M.. of said day, In said court, in the CKv of Ottawa, In said county and state, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will he entered In due course upon said petition. IDA M. SMITHEY. Administratrix W1NTON A. WINTER, Attorney. 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 ........ 4e 3 insertions per word lOe 8 insertions per word 15o 26 insertions per word «0e Minimum charge 70e 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 Special Discount Contract Rates Available Logt L and Found LOST — Money in CH 2-2443. Noticps_ —9 NOTICE—AH""Rc"al~Esta"te~Dealers. My farm is off the market. A. L. Lingard. Nurseries — Seeds — P[ants_ —16 PEONIES""- single or doubfeT most all colors. Park car in garage driveway south side of _West 7th St. 704 So. Main. CHRYSANTHEMUMS - Cut now", ers, Many colors. A. F. Lewis, CH 2-3270. Red brick house west of Count v 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 Melal Prrxlucts. P. 0. Box 8 - Tola. Kansas. Giving brief resume of experience. MAN WANtED~!gT2F4irsUrt. ing salary $80 per week. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Holidays off. Vacation with pay. For information see Gary Mock at North American Hotel, Monday evening, Nov. 9lh 7:30 tn 9 p.m. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. William Ratzlaff, RFD 3; I George Wiggins, 711 N. Sycamore; Wesley Graffham, 915 S. Sycamore; Friday. Mrs. Everett ! Gragg, 1010 W. 6th; Saturday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hughes, Wellsville, son born Saturday, weight, 8 lb., 14 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bugner, 839 Estabrook, daughter born Saturday weight, 5 lb., 4 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore, 326 Walnut, daughter born Saturday, weight, 8 lb., 2 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Jim ('. Bond and baby dau- Mrs. Jim (.'. Bond and baby daughter, Baldwin; Howard Solsby, Williamsburg, to St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City,; Friday. Lefetta Coe, RFD 1, Pomona; Leslie Seiferl, Kansas City, Kas.; Mrs. Bobbie L. Schouten and baby daughter, 7U7 N. Poplar; Saturday. &INCI l»9» 01 NlAi CHAPMAN - Robyn, 310 W. 5th Street, passed away yesterday in Lawrence. Graveside services will be conducted in Eimwood Cemetery, Chanute, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. CH 2-3550 SMITH - Silas Smith of Rt. 2 Williamsburg, passed away this morning. Towner's Chapel is in charge of the funeral arrangements. tlotoner'si CJIAPKI. DEPENDABLE »MilUl»NCE ifRVICt 525NORTHMAIN PHONi CH i- 1 3] I OTTAWA. (First Published September 26. 1961| (Last Published October 7. 1961) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This IP due notice of meetings to be I held In the below listed townships for ' the purpose of electing representa- j lives to the Franklin County Agricultural Extension Council. Those elected will be as follows: A man to re present Agriculture, a woman to re present Home Economics, and either a man or woman to represeni 4-H Club Work, representatives will be elected for a term of two years. Meetings will start at S p.m. Program and refreshments will /olio business. Lincoln — Saturday, October 7, Wycoff Community Building Ottawa Township — Monday, October ». Green Dell school Hayes — Monday. October t, Green Dell School Appanoose — Wednesday, October 11. Appanoose School Cutler — Monday, October 16. Rantoul High School Peorla — Wednesday, October 18, Emory Green Community Building Richmond — Saturday, October 21, Richmond High School 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, w« train if hired. Drawing account, when qualified. For personal interview, write qualifications, ad« dress, and phone number to R, A. Stanley, Dept. 10A-5, P. 0. Box 392, Dallas, Texas. DIGNITY RESPECT REVERENCE QUALITY Ottawa OTTAWA'* UADING FUNE»Al OUECTOM SINCt 1B9| Air Conditioned Ambulance 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 Rale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co , Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 13—Night Consignment Horse Sale, 95th St. and 40 Highway, Kansas City, Kansas. Oct. 17—Nlght 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 night 7 p.m., 113« N. Main. Community sale every Thursdai nljht, 1138 N. Ualn. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43, Pomona, Kas Overbrook Livestock Sale, Orerbrook, Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Rale located one mile East of Main on Wilson, every Saturday, 1 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 <b Wilson, Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 12—Waverly Livestock Sal* Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 13—Keith Barge Farm Sale 13 miles East of Ottawa on Logan, 2 miles South, «/ 4 West. Oct. 16—Special Stocker & feeder Sale Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 17 — Veronica Stoerman Estate, Household goods, 210 West 4th St., Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 18 — L. E. Wilson, t miles Southwest Williamsburg. Oct. IB—Waverly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 20—Prairie City School Building & Land It contenti near Baldwin, Kau- iM, Men and Wpmen_Wtd.—33 TELEPHONE WORK froriTyour home. Full or part time. Must have telephone and car—writ* or call GRand 12479 Mona Arney, 1209 Temple Bldg., 903 Grand, Kansas City. Mo. Women Wanted -24 WAITRESS and kitchen help. _ply in_£erson._Royal Cafe. MIDDLE AGED~womanrifve~in home, housework and care of children. Room, board and good pay. Phone 707 or write Pauline Ulses, 501 Pine, Garnett, Kas. General Services -—-Mb CARE FOR elderly ladiesr~my _man Scott. Phone CH 2-1219. LINGER - repair and parts." Albrights PJ-^ CHJ3-4340 RAWLEIGH PRdDUCfS~CH~2" 3662. 822 Walnut CH 2-5299. ALBAN'S Hydraulic Jac — New and used. 715 Willow. PLOW~bIade and grade yards. Lee Carter. CH 2-3659. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter. 531 So. Svcamore. CUSTOM COMBINING, self-propelled. Frank Morgan. CH 23727. DEAD~ANiMALS removedrstan- dard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa - CH 2-1064. WALLPAPER, removed by steam. Painting, papering. Conrad'i Spray, Painters and Decorators. Phone CH 2-3268. LET US help your business by advertising your service in th* Ottawa Herald General Service! section. ~~McCRACl<EN " ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4935 •««• tf, c WAWTAM

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