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1A THE OTTAWA HERALD IW Wednesday, October 11, 1961 News Briefs The Franklin County Square Teens, a dance group composed of 4-H club members in grades 7-12, will hold its second meeting at Memorial Auditorium here Saturday from 7:30-10:30 p.m., according to Ross Nelson, county 4-H agent. Membership in the group will close at that time, he said. H. K. Stevens, Ottawa High School driver's education teacher, and five students are attending the Governor's safety coun cil in Topeka today. The students are Judy Daugharthy, Rick Jamison, Bobby Nordyke, Bonnie Watts and Jackie McCart. Births Mr. \iesday, weight, 8 lb., 10 T /£ oz. Mr. 'and Mrs. Lee Roy Rose, ijuenemo, daughter born Tuesday, veight, 8 lb., I'/a oz. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Ald- idge, 820 S. Locust, daughter Your Prescription Drug Store Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv, Floyd J. Umscheid, 37, Leaven worth, posted $300 bond after be ing cited by police late yester day on charges of driving whil under the influence of intoxicat ing liquors or drugs and reckles; driving, according to police rec ords. Hospital Notes YDMISSIONS Rebecca and Thomas Brown, 41 Ash; Floyd Minnick, 204 E. 4th; Mrs. Millard Rodgers, iVellsville; Mrs. Gerald Lindsey, Juenemo; Tuesday. Mrs. George Kyle, RFD 2; Wednesday. and Mrs. Frank Fogle, 040 Cottonwood, daughter born K>rn Wednesday, weight, 3 lb., .4 oz. )ismissals Mrs. Richard 'Moore and baby daughter, 326 Walnut; Tuesday. Mrs. Leona Husted, 107 S. Hickory; Mrs. Owen Atchison and )aby son, 714 S. Poplar; Wednesday. New Racial Sore Spot In South By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A new racial sore spot with confusing overtones appeared to be developing today at the thriving southwest Mississippi town of McComb. The focal point is a Negro girl, Brenda Travis, 16, who was suspended from high school and committed to a reform school after her arrest during a sit-in attempt at the bus station. To Start Craft Class For Adults An adult evening craft _class will begin at the senior high school here tonight, according to Orlis Cox, recreation director. The classes, to be taught by P. R. Jamison, will be sponsored jointly by the school system and the Ottawa Recreation Commission, he said. The only cost 'of the 10-session course, Cox explained, will be materials used by the participants. Six Ottawa High School stu dents will attend the Futur Farmers of America conventio in Kansas City tomorrow. The are Bob Haydn, Roy Dunn, Ro ger Ferguson, Roger Adcock Rick Wood and Philip Whirley. Radiators reparied. Thornbrug Garage. Williamsburg. Adv Patricia Abcrsold, Silver Lea 4-H club, and Leon Sobba, Be rea Boosters, will represen Franklin County 4-H clubs at th American Royal Saturday throug Tuesday, according to Ross Nelson, county 4-H agent. Two Del Rio, Tex., truckers were cited for driving 60-miles an hour in trucks weighing in excess of 5,000 pounds, on Interstate 35 Monday, according to County Court records. They are Patricio G. Contreras Jr., 26, and Jose E. Salazar, 32. Both posted $15 bonds. Princeton Grain Company now open. All numbers of Armours Fertilizers. YE 7-2815. Adv. Frank Rose, 36, 513 N. Poplar, arrested by police here early today on a charge of being drunk in public, has posted a $50 bond, according to police records. Pomona Rural High School was among 46 North-Central Kansas high schools represented at the Annual Regional Journalism Conference at Kansas State University, Manhattan, recently. EUis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. Ray burn Has Pneumonia DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - House Speaker Sam Rayburn developed pneumonia during the night, his doctors reported today. "He is now considered critical," the physician said. Rayburn entered Baylor Hospital 10 days ago and his condition was diagnosed as incurable cancer of the lymph system. The noon hospital bulletin prepared by Rayburn's doctor said: "Sam Rayburn's immediate condition has grown more serious during the night. He has developed left lobar pneumonia with pleural effusion. "This diagnosis was made from X-ray examinations completed at 9:30 a.m. this morning. "Because of this condition, he is now considered critical." The diagnosis means that Rayburn has pneumonia in his left ung. "Pleural effusion" means that uid from blood or lymph capil- aries is going into the lung area. His condition changed radically uring the night, comparisons of le hospital bulletins indicated. 'octors said Tuesday his spirits /ere good. They also indicated mt Rayburn had not been told e has cancer. Adding scope to the McComb racial strife was the arrest of more than 100 demonstrators against Brenda's suspension from high school. Protests have been lodged with President Kennedy and his brother, U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy. The Negro population of the town of some 12,000 appeared to be divided. Police reported that they had heard that some of the Negroes themselves had ordered a New Yorker, who was included in the mass arrests, to leave. The outsider was identified as Robert Moses, 26, who was helping to conduct a voter registration school. Hit Snag In Naming UN Head UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) — U.S.-Soviet negotiations on a successor to the late U.N. Secretary General' Dag Hammarskjold were reported snagged today on the timing of a statement to be given by the nominee and the nationality of a fifth secretariat deputy. Legate Milton Jameson, RED 3, who is in K.U. Medical Center, underwent brain surgery Monday and is improving very slowly. He is still in critical condition. His room number is 315-D. Max Fonshee, 626 S. Cherry, entered Stormont-Vail Hospital, Topeka, Monday where he is in traction for a severe back injury he suffered four weeks ago. He is in room 212. Evening Buffet Dining. Every Wed. and Fri. All you can ea $1.50. Colbern's Restaurant, 115 E. 5th. Adv, The post office department has designated the period of Nov. 1 20 for the mailing of Christmas parcels to members of the Arm ed Forces overseas. These in elude personnel of the Armec Forces, members of their fami lies and authorized U.S. civilian employed overseas, who receivi their mail through APO's o: Fleet Post Offices in New York San Francisco or Seattle. Smorgasbord tonight. American Coffee Shop. North Adv Mrs. John Franklin, RFD 2, re ceived a cut on the hand whic required five stitches while help ing her husband disconnect corn picker from a tractor Mon day afternoon. Rebekahs will start their meel ing in I.O.O.F. hall this evenin, at 7:30 rather than 8 o'clock. To Visit Hawaii Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dickerso: will leave tonight for San Fran cisco, and will visit Hawaii be fore returning late this month. Dickerson, vice president anc cashier, Peoples National Bank will attend sessions of the Ameri can Bankers Association conven tion at San Francisco, Oct. 15 ti 18, and they will fly to Honoluli on Oct. 18. There he will attend Bankers Associa They will leav an American tion seminar. Honolulu on Oct. 26 for the fligh to San Francisco. They will leave Ottawa at tonight on a bankers' specia train on the Missouri Pacific. Talks Were Useful, Says ' •/ Gromyko MOSCOW (AP)-Foreign Minis- r Andre;;At-Gromyko said today is talks on Berlin with President Kennedy, British Prime Minister larold Macmillan and other Vestern leaders "have been use- ul." But he declined to go into etail. The diplomat chatted briefly with reporters on arrival at the airport before whisking into the with First Deputy Foreign Vlinister Vasily V. Kuznetsov. ?he two appeared to be in earnest conference. From the London conferences •romyko brought word that the British government fully supports U.S. determination to defend Western interests in Berlin. British Foreign Secretary Lord rlome told the opening session of ;he Conservative party conference at Brighton that the Western Allies have at last, convinced the Russians they \vill resist interfer- Mother And 19th Doing Fine HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP)-"It just happened that way, and if God wills it we'll have more." That was the reaction Tuesday night of Man 7 Grab, 44, Harrisburg housewife who last week gave birth to her 19th child. The newest addition is James Mario, 10 pounds, 13 ounces. Both baby and mother are reported "doing just fine" at Harrisburg's Osteopathic Hospital and should be able to return home Saturday. Mrs. Grab's husband, Bob, 45, an electrician for the Pennsylvania Railroad, looks on the size of his family with the same philosophy as his wife. "We didn't plan to have such a large family," he commented, "but we're sure happy things turned out the way they did." The other Grab children range in age from Edward Leo, 19 months to Robert William, 21. The Grabs themselves have been married for 22 years. Supports Rebelling Teamsters NEW YORK (AP)-The AFL- CIO Executive Council voted 24 to 2 today to give separate AFL- CIO charters to local unions rebelling against James R. Hoffa's Teamsters Union. The council steered clear, however, of establishing a single rival teamsters union in the federation. Although avoiding this step the action taken in extending a welcome to defecting units of Hoffa's union is the most drastic step taken so far in the four-year feud between the AFL-CIO and Hoffa's organization. Hoffa is president of the Teamsters Union. George Meany, AFL-CIO president, was asked whether taking in branches of Hoffa's union might lead to a head-busting era between Hoffa's union and the AFL-CIO. "I don't really know," Meany replied. "We don't go in for head- busting. You'll have to ask Mr. Hoffa about that." Meany said the AFL-CIO already has applications from about 100 of the nearly 900 Teamsters Union locals to join up with the AFL-CIO. He said he will promptly act on these petitions. A U.S. spokesman said a two- hour bargaining session with the Soviets Tuesday failed to produce any agreement. "We made no progress. We are disappointed," he said. Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian A. Zorin Americans "took a claimed the step back- (First Published September 27, 1981) (Last Published October 11, 1961) State Of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In The Probate Court of Said County And State n the Matter of the Estate of Harvey A. Schnelle, Case No. 10-804 also known as Harve A. Schnelle, Deceased, Notice of Hetrlnr On Petition For Fln.il Settlement The State of Kansas To All Persons Conccrened: You Are Hereby Notified that a jetltlon has been filed In said Court iy Kathryn E. Schnelle, executrix of the will of Harvey A. Schnellc, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of her acts and proceedings ns executrix, and also praying that the Court determine the icirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof which each Is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them In 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, 1961, 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. SCHNELLE, Petitioner Gleason, Glcason, Doty and Logan Attorneys for Petitioner. Notices ^» Ottawa Chapter No. 7, R.A.M. Stated Convocation Wednesday night, October 11, 7:30 p.m. Business meeting only. All members welcome. Harry E. Brink, E.II.P. Melvin L. Sellers, Sec. ward' in discussion of when the new interim secretary-genera should make a statement promising close collaboration with his deputies in his daily work. The proposed statement is t modification of the original Sovie? demand that deputies represent ing the world's major political groupings have a virtual veto over the secretary-general's actions. The Soviets want the statement promising collaboration delivered before the nominee's name is proposed to the Security Council, which must make the nomination to the General Assembly. Farm Equipment —85 Nurseries — Seeds — Plants ___ CHRYSANTHEMUMS — Cut flowers, Many colors. A. F. Lewis, CH 2-3270. Red brick house west of County farm. _ Local Markets Soybeans $2.14 ence with the routes to Berlin. West's access Funerals MRS. MARY LOUISE SCHEETZ Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Louise Scheetz, Wellsville, were Monday 'at 2 p.m. at the Wellsville Methodist Church. Rev. Jim Nabors officiated. J. Linn Holtwick sang "In The Garden" and "Take My Hand, Precious Lord", accompanied by Mrs. Fern Barnett. Pallbearers were Edgar Gilbert, Harold Phillips, Harold Bethurum, Lowell Collins, Carl Warnock and Joe Commerce. Inter- Discuss State Grange Meeting Worthy master Fred Kissinger presided at Hawkins Grange meeting Monday evening at the Emery Green School with 11 officers present. Mrs. Kissinger and William Rice gave talks concerning the State Grange session to be held in Lawrence Oct. 23-27. Plans were made for members to attend. Franklin County Granges will furnish cookies for Oct. 24. It was announced that Hawkins Grange members are to leave their cookies the morning of Oct. 23, with Mrs. Dale Van Horn, Mrs. T. R, Johnson or Mrs. William Rice. It was announced that Hawkins Grange officers' training session will be held Oct. 14 at the school. First and second degrees were conferred on Mr. and Mrs. Andy Reed and Mr. and Mrs. James Price. Plans for 1962 were announced by the chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hunter and Gary Rice served refreshments to the 30 persons present. Wheat 1-83 Milo , 1.75 Rye »0 Shelled Corn 1.10 Ear Corn 1-05 Oats 75 Barley 95 Butterfat 48, 43 Eggs, straight run 22 Eggs, graded 35, .26, .22 Cocks «3 Hens Oi KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Hogs 3,000; barrows, gilts and sows steady; 1-3 200-280 lb barrows and gilts 17.00-35; 1-3 300-400 lb sows 16.00-75. Sheep 500; wooled lambs steady. Lambs steady to 25 lower; ewes and feeders steady; good to prime lambs 15.50-17.50; cull to good ewes 1.50-3.50; common to choice feeders 10.50-13.00. Cattle 2,000; calves 100; steers and heifers strong to 25 higher; cows 25-51) higher; vealers steady; stockers and feeders steady; good to prime steers 23.00-25.00; good to prime heifers 22.50-23.76; utility and commercial cows 15.00-17.00; good and choice vealers 22.0026.00; good to fancy stackers and feeders 22.00-25.00. Syria Is Given US Recognition WASHINGTON (AP)-The United States has recognized the new state of Syria. The State Department, in announcing this, said that the government of Premier Mahmoun al Kuzbari was informed today about the U.S. diplomatic move. The U.S. consulate general in Damascus will be raised to the status of an embassy. Prior to the appointment of an ambassador, Ridgway B. Knight, the present consul general, will act as charge d'affaires. Legate (First Published September 27. 1961) (Last Published October 11, 1B61) Road closing To Whom It May Concern: Public notice Is hereby given that on the 25th day of September. 1961 a petition signed by twelve householders of Hayes Township, franlc lin County, Kansas submitted to the Board of County Commissioners of Franklin County, Kansas, a petition to vacate a street In me CUy of Le- Loup In said Township, described as follows: to-wlt: Oak Street from 3rd Street to the Santa Fe Rightaway 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. 1961 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 vacatins of the above described property you are hereby given notice to meet ai 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 ment was Cemetery. in Pleasant Valley Another US Atomic Blast WASHINGTON (AP)-The United States has touched off another underground nuclear blast, the third announced since resuming tests last month. The Atomic Energy Commission said Tuesday's test at its Nevada underground facilities was of a low yield. The AEC gave no details on the test. Deaths SILAS J. SMITH Funeral services for Silas J. Smith, who died Oct. 7, were held at Towner's Funeral Chapel on Oct. 9. Rev. Gene Sacha officiated. Pallbearers were Byron Figgins, Lee. L. Figgins, Forrest Figgins, Ervin Chambers, Millard Wren, Jr., and Claude Smith, Jr. Mrs. Paul Smith sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery. JESSE C. RICE Services for Jesse Cornelius Rice, who died Oct. 7, were held at Towner's Chapel Oct. 10. Rev. Roy Armstrong officiated. Pallbearers were Dean Hoopes, Willard Bitts, Minor Gaston, Herbert Howell, Henry Jockman and Jim Spooner. Mrs. Chester Burgess and Mrs. John Lederer sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. Leonard Humphrey. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. OSCAR LINDQIST Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carlson and Mr. Clarence Day were called yesterday to Norman, Okla., by the death of Mrs. Carlson's brother, Oscar Lindquist, 76. He had been in failing health since December. The Carlsons had just returned from a two-week visit with the family. Mr. Lindquist spent most of his youth in Ottawa. He attended the Ottawa schools and had his machine apprenticeship at the old Santa Fe shops. He later moved to Chanute to live before later moving to Norman. Surviving are the widow, formerly Elizabeth Klein of Chanute, one son, and one daughter, as well as Mrs. Carlson. iohjnerV CIIAPKJ. UEPENDAULE AMBULANCE SEHvlCE b<!S MONTH MAIN PHONl CH 2-1 33 | HAY — Funeral Service for Frank L. Hay will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2: p.m. Thursday by Rev. W. I. Hastie. Graveside Service in Baldwin Ceme- terey will be conducted by the Ottawa Masonic Lodge No. 18 A.F. & A.M. CLAYBORN — Funeral Service for Fred Clayborn will be conducted from the A.M. & E. Church Friday afternoon at 2: p.m. Interment in Hope Cemetery. SALE DATES Harold Sewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Oct 11 — Grace Episcopal Church White Elephant Sale, 1 p.m., and and Cedar. Oct. 12—Night Consignment Hors Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co , Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 13—Night Consignment Hors Sale, 95th St. and 40 Highway, Kan sas City, Kansas. Oct. 17—Night Consignment Horse Sale. Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Missouri. Oct. 26—Night Consignment Hors Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa, Kas. Printy and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Thuesdn; night 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Thursda; night. 113B N Main. Oct. 14— Mrs. Edwin "Dude" Moler 820 S. Elm, Ottawa, 1 p.m. Oct. IS — Meyers Furniture and AP pliance Store, Removal Sale 12904 South 71 Hl-way Qrandvlew, Mo. p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Bale, Overbrook Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Sale located one mil East of Main on Wilson, every Satur day, 1 p.m. Oct. 7 — Ottawa Market Sale locate one mile East of Main on Wilson Saturday afternoon at one o'clock, Oct. H — 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 Bale Company Every Saturday, Locust A Wilson, Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 12—Waverly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 13—Keith Barge Farm Sale 13 miles East of Ottawa on Logan, 2 miles South, Yt West. Oct. 16—Special Stocker li 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, 3 miles Southwest WHUamsburg. Oct. IB—Waverly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 20—Prairie City School Building Si Land & contents near Baldwin, Kau- iaa. Male Help Wanted —19 MARRIED Men to 38" to service established customers. $80.00 guaranteed per week plus expenses. For interview & appointment — Phone CII 2-2447. 'WANTED" YOUNG MEN IN ELECTRONICS FIELD Large company needs physical fit high school graduates in upper % of class, 18 to 26 years old with intcrst in electronics for work in Kansas and Missouri. Experience desirable but not essential. Liberal benefits — pension plan If qualified make application to John Rngler, llolliday Inn (First Published September 27. 1961) (Last Published October 11, 19611 State Of Kansas, Franklin County,ss: In The Probate Court Of Said County And State In the Matter of the Estate of Carl Rublck, aka Carl L. Rubick, aka Curl Leo Hublck, 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 pell on has been filed In said court by | ohn Rubick, administrator c.t.n. of i -he win of cari Rubick, aka carl L. Lawrence, Kas., Thursday, Oct. ublck, aka Carl Leo Rubick, de- eased, praying for a final settlement said estate, approval of his acts, roceedlngs and accounts as admin- >trator, c.t.a. allowance for attorney's ees and expenses; and also praying hat the court determine the heirs, evlsecs and legatees entitled to the state and the proportion or part there- f to which each Is entitled and dls- rlbute and assign the same to them 'n ccordance with the will of Carl Ru- Ick, aka Carl L. Rubick, aka Carl Rubick, deceased; and you are ereby required to file your written efenses thereto on or before the 20th ay of October, 1961, at 10 o'clock ..M. on said day, in said court, in he city of Ottawa, at which time and lace said cause will be heard. Should ou fall therein, Judgment and decree 111 be entered in due course upon aid petition. JOHN RUBICK, Petitioner NDERSON Is BYRD Attorneys for Petitioner 1955 Masscy Harris. No. 50 combine. Phone CH 21828. DR SALE — Surge milker unit, like new. Shaw Hatcheries — Ottawa. Seeds, Feeds, Fert. -36 EARLY TRIUMPH Seed Wheat, $2.00 at bin. Victor Weigand. CH 2-1436. We Have Liquid Mixed Fertilizer G^ngerich Liquid Fert. Pomona Phone MO 5-2236 or 9F-21 Poultry & Supplies —37 FOR~SALE~^" Good used hens nests — Poultry house ventilators, poultry feeders — Power sprayer. All priced to sell. Shaw Hatchery. Misc. For Sale —40 SHOP at Arnold's Thrift Shop. 1207 North Hickory. Vtot Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save !0%--Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. WANT AD PER WORD RATES 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 mm. 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 emblem $1.50 2 insertions no change .. $1.50 Classified Display (Local) 13c per line. Out of trade territory, 5c per word per insertion, no discount. Classified Display (National) 20c per line Special Discount Contract Rates Available 12. 2:00 to 7:00 p.rn^ Attention Boys!! Boys needed for part time work after school and Saturday, ages 10-18. Must be ambitious, possible to make over $15.00 per week. SEE: 55 GAL. fuel oil barrel and stand. — Set of 4 flipper wheel disks. (3 bar star fire flippers). See at 924 Cypress. _ _____ TV~~- ~RecTincr 'chair' $3TOO. Studio divan, good condition, $8.00. See at 716 South .Sycamore after 4:30 p.m. '" BUD SMITH North American Hotel After 4:00 P.M. Parents welcome during interview Men and Women _Wanted _ — WANTED""— Experienced wool presser. Full time employment, good wages. Apply in person. 84'2 Mass., Lawrence. VI 3-9594. square mirror, all channel antenna, 7 qt pressure canner. 607 E. 9th. Grace Hammons. SPECIAL Chain Saws as low as $79.95 for a 4 II. P. Complete Haraldson Impl. Co. 1124 N. Main CH 2-4548 —41 Kent It _____ SKWLNG Machine Rentals. AUbricht's Ph CH 2-4340 Female _ WAITRESS' — "evening shift. Apply in person. L & L Cafe. WOMANWlO~CArf DRIVE. . . If you would enjoy working 3 or 4 hours a day calling regularly each month on a group of Studio Girl Cosmetic clients on a route to be established in and around Ottawa, and are willing to make light deliveries, etc., write to STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, Dept. SD-15, Glendale, California. Route will pay up to $5.00 per hour. Sporting Goods —42 General Services Lost and Found -8 BOYS 1961 Class Ring turnedln at Herald Office. Notices 9 Ottawa Shrine No. 19, OFder~of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. Regular Stated Meeting, Thurs., October 12, 7:30 p.m. No formals. Marilyn Talbott, W.H.P. Isabell Jacobsen, W.S. Ottawa Lodge No. 18 AF & AM. Special communication Thurs., Oct. 12, 1:15 p.m. to attend funeral service for Frank L. Hay. Melvin L. Sellers will officiate. Myron S. Steere Jr. — Master Sidney 0. Morris — Sec'y Ottawa Council No. 18, R. & SM. Stated Assembly, Wednesday night, October 11, 7:00 p.m. Business Meeting only. A11 members welcome. Harry E. Brink, I.M. Melvin L. Sellers, Rec. You Can Save Time By Placing Your Classified Ad By PHONE ~ Dial CH 2-4700 DEADLINE MONDAY-FRIDAY 11:OOA.M. SATURDAY 10:00 A.M. If your ad is placed after these deadlines it will appear in the following day HERALD. — 29 CH~22497. _^___ _______ TOASrfHAULING — phone CH 22585. RAWLEIGH PRODUCTS CH 23662. MACHINE QUILTING 822 Walnut CH 2-5299. $4.00. ALBAN'S Hydraulic Jack Service — New and used. 715 Willow. PLOW, blade and grade yards. _Lee_Carter. CH 2-3659. KNAPP^SHOES. Lee Carter. 535 So. Sycamore. _ DEAD "ANIMALS removedrstan" dard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa_-_CH 2-1064. CUSTOM" COMBINING, self-propelled. Frank Morgan. CH 23727. LET US help your business by advertising your service in thf Ottawa Herald General Services section. McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 24930 BULLDOZING — All types. Nor. man Scott. Phone CH 2-1219. SINGER — repair and parts. Albrights Ph. CH 2-4340 WALLPAPER removed~bysteam Painting, papering. Conrad'? Spray, Painters and Decorators Phone CH 2-3268. Position Wtd. Women—30 WANTED — Typing or bookkeeping in my home. Several years experience. Seven years with last employer. References. Please call CH 2-2539. Livestock —34 PUREBRED Holstein bull, 1 yr, old. Hodges. Williamsburg. FOR SALE — Registered Hereford bull. Premium Zato 43. Roy Herring, Williamsburg. FOR SALE — Registered Whiteface bull. Phone Andy Reed. CH 2-3010. REGISTERED Duroc boars and gilts. Homer Hodges, Williams burg. . HORSE SALE, Thursday evening, October 12, Ottawa Livestock Commission Company. West Wilson Street, Ottawa, Kansas. Close out on 1961 Johnson Seahorse motors. PRICED TO SELL- AAalotts Hdwe. Close Out All Shot Gun Shells 20% Off of OK Bargains Low Discount Price! OK Bargain Store 132 S. Main Home Furnishings —47 5 pc. Bedroom Group — Includes brand new Englander "Motel" 54" innerspring mattress & box spring plus sturdy wheat finish vanity with mirror, panel bed & vanity bench — All for $109.88 or jiist $5.00 down; $6.00 each month. Gambles, I 28 S. Main 2 Used 3 - Piece Bedroom Suites Like new condition. Buy now at space-saving Prices! WHITE'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCE Opposite Court House CAN'T SLEEP?? Then You Need a LIFETIME Orthopedic Mattress and Box Springs SALE PRICE! Box Springs $79.50 MATTRESS with Box Springs FOR SALE — 100 head thin yearlings or will pay you to winter. E. L. Kitchen, Carbondale, Kas. Phone PO 1-2366. 3 HEREFORD bulls, Zato heir. Past two years old. Pure paper. Come see—Joel Cutting. West 17th. Ottawa. Farm Equipment —35 ALLIS "66" 6 ft. Combine. Wesley Stevenson. CH 2-3971 8 No Money Down. .. No Payments until Next Year! "The little Store — with 'he BIG DEAL" WHITE'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCE Opposite Court House

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