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lair • 8 THE OTTAWA HERALD .-Monday, October 16,1961 News Briefs Mr. affd Mrs. Joe Killbuck, Hood River, Ore., will arrive here (>:t. 18 for a visit with Mrs.. Killbuck's sister, Mrs. Beulah Blacksten, 527 N. Mulberry. Mrs. Deaths Killbuck Stratton. is the former Emma A-3c Rex L. Butler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Butler, 405 S. Willow, recently graduated from the 19-week ground radio operator course at Keesler, AFB, Miss., and is currently home on leave before reporting back to Keesler. Butler is married to the former Betty Lou Bumgarner, Osawatomie. They have one child, Teresa Ann, 3 months. THOMAS STEWART GIBSON Thomas Stewart Gibson, 73, Le .Loup, died at his home early yesterday, apparently of a self inflicted gunshot wound. Sheriff Max Gilmore said today he had received a call from Gibson's wife, Mame, abouut 7 a.m. stating that she had found the body. A .410-gauge shotgun, which usually hung over the bedroom door, was found near the body, Gilmore said. Mrs. Gibson said she had been in another part of the house when she heard the shot. Gibson reportedly had been in poor health. A former stone mason, Gibson was born at Butler, Mo., Jan. 22, 1887, and had lived in Franklin County for many years. He married the former Mame Belle Deshazor on July 14, 1919, at Kansas City, Mo. He is survived by the widow of the home; six daughters, Mrs. Ira Potter, Mossyhead, Fla.; Mrs. Harry Wood, Peculiar, Mo.; Mrs. Garfield PTA will have their annual penny supper October 17 at Garfield. Serving starts 5:30. Bring your own table service. Adv. Seaman Apprentice Mike Cramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meeks, 714 N. Oak, will leave Ottawa Wednesday for San Diego, Calif., after a furlough. Mike recently completed basic training at the San Diego Naval Station and will be assigned to the USS Helena after his return to duty. The Helena is scheduled for a voyage to Japan. Regnold McCollum, Springfield, Va.; Mrs. Clarence Haudashelt, Gardner; Mrs. Merle Cunant, 915 S. Willow; Mrs. Marvin Clayton, Wellsville; two sons, Harry Gibson, Overland Park, and Sgt. Wilbur Gibson, who is scheduled to leave France tomorrow, 19 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral arrangements will be announced. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. Dean Moore, of Kansas City, Mo,, special representative for International Lions Association for Kansas, was a speaker at the Ottawa Lions Club meeting at noon today. Don Capper, Ottawa city clerk, was also a speaker, talking on the controversy over Ottawa's electric utility. RCA Whirlpool Gas Combination Washer Dryer with builtin water heater. One only. Was ?579.95. Now $399.95. Crites. Adv. Dennis D. Smith, 19, 912 N. Main, posted a $12 bond after being cited by police yesterday on a charge of driving 42 miles an hour in a 30-mile zone, according to police records. June H. McGillivray, 22, RFD 1, Rantoul, was cited by police yesterday on a charge of driving the wrong way on a . flnerw^y. street. • She is to appear '^"Police Court tomorrow, according to police records. Elk's Stag Party, Tues. Oct. 17, 6:30 p.m.; shrimp & baked ham. Adv. CLEVE MYRICK Cleve Myrick, 77, of the Vassar community in Osage County, died Saturday afternon in a Topeka hospital. He had been in failing health about four years. He was born Sept. 8, 1884, at Vassar. Mr. Myrick was a retired farmer and had lived all his life in the Vassar area. He was a member of Zion Evangelical United Brethren Church, Vassar. He married Jennie Harold, Dec. 14, 1904 at Vassar. She died in March, 1953. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Simmons and Mrs. Myrtle Bernhardt, both of Topeka; two sisters, Mrs. Sabina Seyler, Vassar, and Mrs. Gertrude Bristow, Scranton, three grandchildren and six great grand-children. Funeral services will be at Zion Evangelical United Brethren Pomona News Laymen's Sunday Observed By MARY HUDELSON Yesterday was Laymen's Sunday at the Methodist Church. Lay Leader Orville Jensen planned the service. James Driver gave the call to worship, read the announcements and led the prayer of confession. The responsive readings were by Lyle Hunt, and Warren Sellens read the Scripture. The adult and junior choirs led in the responses and hymn singing. "You Shall Be My Witness," the main theme for the service, was given by Vernon Parks speaking on Source of Power to Witness; Leslie Hunter, We Witness to the Gospel; and Jensen, Give the Gospel Unto All the World. Rev. T. A. Trowbridge pronounced the benediction. The Commission on Missions planned the special service at the Methodist Church last night. Ethel Thomas, Lebo a former missionary in Mexico, was the guest speaker. She spoke about mission work there. The senior M.Y.F. had charge of the service with Janet Lindsey, president, in charge. Mike Warhurst gave the prayer, and Carol Baker, the responsive read ing. M.Y.F. boys took up the collection. The Wesley choir provided the music. The Victory Workers 4-H Club began its new club year with a meeting Wednesday evening. Reg ular meetings are held the seconc Wednesday each month at 7:30 a the Methodist church. Officers elected are Billy Driver, presi dent; Jim Bob Driver, vice presi dent; Marcia Baxter, secretary Warren Wittmann, treasurer, am Patty Miller, reporter. On Monday evening the pro gram committee met at Billy Dri ver's home to plan the year's pro gram. This committee is com posed for Treva Miller and Den ny Criqui from the club, with Mrs Carol Miller as the adult mem ber. The club president and sec retary met with them. Mrs. Dan Schultz is the new club leader Mrs. Bessie Sleichter will contin French Objection Snarls Big 4 Talks By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON (AP) - Cancellation of a proposed Western Big Four meeting underlined today the difficulties the Allies will face among themselves if they ever get into negotiations with Russia over Berlin. The proposed meeting of senior diplomats from the United States, Britain, France and West Germany in London this week to work ut a common negotiating position ad been tentatively agreed on, a itate Department spokesman said laturday. Sunday the spokesman said Church, Vassar, at 2 p.m., Tuesday. Friends may call at Shaffer Mortuary, Lyndon, until noon Tuesday. there had been no decision on the high-level parley and, instead, the Big Four ambassadorial group which has been meeting here regularly on the Berlin crisis "will continue here in Washington." The reason for the switch, informants said, was France, which objected that it would be prema ture to get into discussions on negotiations when the Kremlin has offered nothing the West can negotiate about. The future of inter-allied talks remained obscure as the Western diplomats discussed what to do next. The United States had an invitation out to the proposed par ticipants to come to Washington was never printed. If your organization's activities or personal news items were omitted, it was not intentional. Please continue :o call in your information. Recent visitors at the A. V. labiger home were Mr. Habiger's brother, August Habiger, and John Leech from Parsons. Two sons, Anthony and John Henry and their families were down from Topeka on Sunday. At the last meeting of the Lions Club, the group was honored with a visit by the district President, Hanly Pilkington, Turner, Kas. Friends in Pomona are glad to hear that Milton Jameson, who was critically injured in a stock car race accident, is steadily improving at the K. U. Medical Center, Kansas City, Kas. He is in room 315D. Hospital Notes Admissions Robert Brown, 131 S. Cedar; County Fourth In Court Cases The Franklin County Court did land office business during the iscal year ending last June 30, according to the October issue of the Kansas Judicial Council Buletin. The court reportedy procces- sed 1,602 complants, fourth in the state behind Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City. Of these, 1,402 guilty pleas were entered, 57 cases dismissed, 29 turned over to the district court and 31 cases tried. Of cases tried, 27 convictions were obtained and five parole: granted. Eighty-three cases were pending at the time of publication. Hurt In Jump From Motor Car K. W. Weathcrby, 815 W. 7th an employe of the Santa Fe sig nal department, was taken to Ransom Memorial Hospital afte he jumped from a traveling rail road motor car this morning. Sheriff Max Gilmore said Wca thcrby's motor car was headed south on the tracks south of 17th Street about 8:45 when he noticed the Gridley local approaching. The man reportedly jumped from the moving car, landing on rocks near the tracks. The train, however, stopped, according to Gilmore, with some workers giving aid to Weatherby while others chased down the car. Emma Jane Hays, 16, Wellsville, was cited for failing to have a driver's license and failing to yield the right of way following a collision at the junction of K- 33 and K-68 shortly after noon yesterday, sheriff's officers said. The other vehicle, a 3-quarter ton truck driven by Victor Hines, RFD 5, Paola, received minor damage. The Hays car reportedly received major damages. Glenn H. Carpenter, 48, RFD 2, and Lawrence Kimball, 819 Pine, posted $50 bonds after being cited by police over the weekend on charges of being drunk in public. Both are to appear in Police Court tomorrow, according to police records. CORNELIUS JACOBY Cornelius Francis "Connie" Jacoby, 50, Wellsville, died early today in K. U. Medical Center where he had been a patient three weeks. He was a mechanic in the filling station and garage iie operated with his brother, Phiip Jacoby. He was a member of Wellsville Lodge No. 356, A.F. & A.M.; Ottawa Tancred Commandry No. 11; Ottawa Chapter No. 7, Royal Arch Masons, and Ottawa Council No. 18, R. & S.M. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Jeane Sue Ferlaak and Janice Jo Jacoby, Topeka; one son, Gary Eugene Jacoby, Parsons; one sister, Mrs. Esther Zielsdorf, 918 S. Sycamore, and two brothers, Lewis Jacoby, Thrall, and Philip, Wellsville. Funeral services will be at Coughlin Chapel in Wellsville Tuesday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Wellsville Cemetery. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. Fouts School district will hold a meeting of its board of patrons at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Fouts School. To be discussed will be school unification under Senate Bill 400 which is now being stu MRS. ETHEL V. IIOOTMAN Mrs. Ethel V. Hotman, 80- year-old former Ottawa resident, died last Wednesday at Reno, Nev., where she had lived the past 12 years. She was a member of Ottawa's First Baptist Church. Burial will l)e in Hope Cemetery, Ottawa, after services at died by the Franklin school subcommittee. County ue as the sewing instructor. Dar Schultz will assist with the boys work. Mr. 0. W. Parks and daughter, Mrs. Veva Vincent, left by plane on Sunday for Portland, Ore., to visit Mrs. Delia Scott of nearby Aloha, Ore. Mrs. Scott is a sister of the late Mrs. Parks. Mrs. Vincent is taking her vacation from the Citizens State Bank. Mrs. Gerald Lindsey, who underwent an operation at Ransom Memorial Hospital last Wednesday, has returned home and is recovering nicely. The Pomona Band, led by the new drum majorette, Elaine Swallow, and twirlers, Susan Crawford, Carolyn Dusin, and Linda Kiehl, made a colorful entrance at the first home football game last Friday. They played the National Anthem and performed at the half. The twirlers' new costumes were brilliant red and gold, matching the band uniforms, while the majorette's was white satin trimmed in gold. All wore white boots. This group, under the directing of Mrs. Louise Welborn, new music instructor, promises to add much to the spirit at athletic events. Committee members, Mrs. Beth Parks, Mrs. Lamar Wallace, Mrs. Ben Jones, Muscatine, Iowa; A. M. Smith, 619 Ceveland; Saturday. Mrs. Elsie Soper, 436 S. Poplar; Mrs. Theron Johnson, 1042 S. Main; Sunday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton, Princeton, son born Saturday, weight, 8 lb., 15 oz. Mr. and Mrs. William Parker, 103 N. Locust, son born Saturday, weight, 8 lb., 4 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Myers, RFD 4, daughter born Saturday, weight, 7 lb., 5 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Mattie Sweet, Cedar House nursing home; Mrs. John Montgomery, 1034 N. Sycamore; Mark Seymour, 421 S. Sycamore; Mrs. Herbert Guyett, Rantoul; Saturday. Mrs. Vernon Chism and baby son, 540 Birch; Mrs. Stanley Fritts and baby son, 704 W. 10th; Sunday. Lloyd Schweitzer, Williamsburg; John W. Elliott, 521 W. 2nd; Monday. RICHMOND cmr Elvln R. Holu, Richmond, KansM Al flfl Kenneth LawJon; Richmond Kansas $27.83 WELLSVILLE CITY Homer Chapman, Welsvie, KaDsai $10 24 Lloyd B. Glasscontc, Wellsville, Kansas Irvie' E. Majors Estate c-o Bessie Fields, Wellsville, Kansas. $12.58 WILL1AM8BURG CITY Nelson M. Hoftmae, Wllllamsburg Kansas $71.05 OTTAWA C1TT Carl W. Anderson Jr., 722 S Mulberry $24.77 221 W. 2nd, Wellsville News Homecoming Is Observed By BERNICE HOLDEN Linda Clayton reigned as queen of the homecoming football game at Wellsville Friday night. The queen was crowned by Alva Schendel who was the homecoming king. Attendants were Sandra Wichman, Larry Denton, Dora Carpenter and Joe Murphy. As the band played "Blue Moon", the couples crossed the field to in front of the press box for the evening crowning ceremony. Susie Allen and Mike Moyer presented the crown and flowers to the king and his attendants. These were in turn presented to the girls. The queen received a bouquet of yellow mums and her attendants corsages of large yellow mums. Following the game, the king, queen and attendants led the first dance in the school multipurpose room. The dance was op en to both alumni and students. There was a good crowd. Wellsville Chamber of Com- cifmef.cy'. to the Governor, at his of merce held election of officers at; nee in topoi-.a, Kansas. _,, . . . . -. Petitioner: Gordon camper its meeting Thursday night. New Apt. 31, Ottawa Kas. Chester E. AsUcraH, Ottawa, Kan. $6.84 ROss Bailey, 119 B. Cedar, Ottawa, Kas. ifi 10 William F. Ualley, 131 8. Poplar, Ottawa, Kansas $23.21 Mrs. Wllma Ba>J. 3835 Main 8t., Kansas CHy, Mo. $19.19 Harry E. Blshcp, 803 Tremont, Ottawa, 5 Boyd, 703 N. Oak, Ottawa, Victor C. Brandon. Box 80, Ottawa, Walter Bryan, 410 E. 2nd, Ottawa, Earl R. Buck, 634 8. Mulberry, Ottawa, Kansas S37.46 David Caldwelt, General Delivery, Ottawa, Kanrnr, $95.13 David M. ClavK, 808 Tremont, Ottawa, Kansas $33.5fi Oscar Corbln, 007 E. Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas $84.79 Raymond W. Gornwell, 74« Si Oak, Ottawa, Kansas $80.17 Harold E. Dcevcr, 717 8. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $3.Ill Kenneth M. Dosila. 215 E. 3rd. Apt. 1, Ottawa, Kansas $13.98 Warren H. Easley, 111 N. Elm, Ottawa, Kansas. $1.88 William F. TSlrtrldge, 1105 N. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $53.96 Aubrey A. Ellis. 127 8. Walnut, Ottawa, Kansas $21.SB Dennis Evans, Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kansns $1.22 Melba Farrar, 130 S. Locust, Ottawa, Kansas S2.CB Marjoric Fran/.s, ii5 S. Cedar, Ottawa, Kansas $23.22 John B. Oaddb. 734 Poplar, Ottawa, Kansas 841.86 Charles R. Gilke:., 634 S. Mulberry, Ottawa. Kansas S39.58 Wiley E. attkt-.y, 1410 8 Main, Ottawa, Kansas $10.73 Andrew J. Gllltland, 12" Cedar, Ottawa, Want Ads PAone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE '.'\ 11 a.m-^Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save I0%--Pay Cash 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 mtn. Legals (First Published 9-18-61) (Last Published 10-16-61) STATE OF KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE I Colcman Tolvert, sentenced 4-2859 for the crime of Murder 2nd Degree In Franklin County, Kansas, will apply on 10-20-61 for Executive Clemency, to the Governor, at his office In Topeka. Kansas. Petitioner: Coleman Tolvcrt. (First Published 9-18-61) (Last Published 10-16-61) STATE OF KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE I, Gordon Camper, sentenced 9-16-57 for the crime of Crime Against Nature Hab. in Franklin County, Kansas, will apply on 10-26-61 for Executive officers are Dennis Shields, president; Dick Moherman, vice president; Forrest O'Neil, secretary, and Dupreeze Pearson, treasurer. The C of C plans a wiener roast for the children and youth of the community on Oct. 28 at 6:30 p.m. in the City Park. The committee in charge includes Lloyd Hunsaker, Scott Moherman and Buck Harbison. Mrs. Harold Wingert was in Topeka on Oct. 11 for the Governor's Conference on Safety. Karen Tomlin was absent from school all last week due to illness. Karen is in the fifth grade. (First Published 9-18-61) (Last Published 10-16-61) STATE OF KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE 1, Jean Bowen, sentenced 12-1-60 for the crime of Forgery 2nd & Uttering Cons. In Franklin County. Kansas, will apply on 10-26-61 for Executive Clemency, to the Governor, at bis office in Topeka. Kansas. Petitioner: Jean Bowen. Notices —9 Retta Conclave No. 8 Order of True Kindred. Regular Meeting, Monday, October 18, 8:00 p.m. Edith Rea, W.C. Fred Gardner, Secy. " Stated Meeting Wednesday, Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m. Visitors Welcome. Nancy Lamb, W.M. Vola Phillips, Secy. Kansas *2 F.I J. J. Olcnn, 158 N. Locust, Kansas $15.96 Ottawa, Vera Orummel, 211 W. 3rd., Ottawa, Kansas Homer E. $2.63 Hamerman, 317 Center Local Markets Soybeans $2.15 Wheat 1-83 Milo 1-75 Rye »0 helled Corn 1.10 5ar Corn 1.05 Oats Barley 95 Butterfat 48, .43 Dggs, straight run 22 Eggs, graded 35, .26, .22 Cocks 03 2:30 p.m. at Kansas City. Simmons Chapel, Effective Friday, Oct. 20, the Greyhound bus leaving Ottawa for Kansas City at 3:20 a.m. will leave at 6 a.m. instead. The new schedule will put the bus in Kansas City at 7:40 a.m. Choice Sunday dinner menu, North American Coffee Shop. Adv. FRANK JOHNSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Johnson, 20 Rockwood Drive, has been appointed to the rank of Midshipman Lieutenant Junior in the midshipmen battalion at the University of Kansas Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Unit. Johnson will graduate in January, 1962, with a bachelor degree in political science. He will then be commissioned an ensign in the U. S. Navy. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Fern Miller, Reno; Mrs. Ada Williams, Kansas City; two sons, Lester, Gardner, and Ralph; 4 grandchildren, and 8 great grandchildren, Mabel Neeley, and Mrs. Golden Nelson, are working hard on the rummage sale which Eastern Star members are to hold at the Auditorium in Ottawa, Friday, Oct. 20. A number of readers remarked last week about the shortage of Pomona news. Through some unavoidable accident some news Funerals STEVEN MICHAEL FOLTZ Graveside services for Steven Michael Foltz, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Foltz, were at Princeton Cemetery on Oct. 15, Rev. Delbert Honn officiating. DIGNITY RESPECT REVERENCE QUALITY Ottawa OTTAWA 1 * UADING FUNEIAl DIliCTOtt SINCE 1891 Air Conditioned Ambulance lens .05 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 14,000; calves 1,500; steers and heifers strong to 25 higher; cows mostly steady; vealers unchanged; stockers and feeders strong to 25 higher; good to high choice steers 23.00-25.00; good to prime heifers 22.25-24.BO; utility 15.25-60; good and choice vealers 22.00-26.00; good to fancy stockers and feeders 22.50-26.25. Hogs 4,800; barrows and gilts 50 lower; sows 25-50 lower; 1-3 200-280 lb barrows and gilts 16.0040; 1-3 sows 300-400 lb 15.25-16.00. Sheep 2,500; lambs weak to 50 lower; ewes firm; feeders weak; Kood to prime lambs 15.60-17.00. Utility and good ewes 3.00-4.00; food and choice feeders 12.0013.00. Man Charged After Collision Don K. Burroughs, 25, 1224 S. Hickory, was charged with following too close behind another car in connection with a collision in the 200 block on West 7th about 11 a.m. yesterday, according to police records. Investigating officers said the Burroughs car struck the rear of one driven by Roy H. Armstrong, 52, 630 N. Cedar, as the cars headed west, Alta Armstrong, a passenger, reportedly received a possible neck injury. A collision Saturday resulted in major damage to a car driven by Robert W. Luce, 57, 1123 S. Hickory, and minor damage to a truck driven by Mark A. Fleming, 19, 1004 Willow. The truck reportedly was leaving a driveway in the 100 block on North Cedar at the time of the collision. The Luce car was going south. (First Published Oct. 8, 1961) (Last Published Oct. 16. 1961) DELINQUENT 1'KRSONAL TAXES . Notice is hereby given that the personal taxes for 1960 plus interest and penalties are due and whole or part unpaid In the following amounts. Rosclyn Whirley, County Treasurer 1960 DELINQUENT PERSONAL TAX CUTLKK TOWNSHIP David Nlckelson. Rt. 1. Rantoul, Kansas $0.23 Mary Belisle, 52C-1.*. Terr., Osawatomie, Kans. $9.90 Marv Belisle, 529-155 Terr., Osawatomie Kans. S6.S1 Mary Belisle, E25-1S Terr., Osawatomie, Kans. S3. 87 Mary Belisle, 529-15 Terr., Osawatomie, Kans. $7.64 Lane Oil Co., Lane, Kansas $64.62 Reed Parker, 924 Prosperity Lane, Wichita, Kam. $6.94 John Peters, Fall City, Nebraska $50.10 South African Kspiscopal Methodist Church and Western University, Kansas City, Missouri $7.16 Adrian J. Besiir.le, 702 Governor, Wichita, Kans. $140.30 Genevleve Klein, 91P Huntlngton Blvd., Arcadia, Cal. tl.39 Christine L. Sneed, 1807 Fhlltower "Bidg., Tulsa, Okla. $1.90 FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP Thurston Cox, Ri. 2. Wellsville, Kansas $411.61 Robert Oshel, Rt. 2. Wellsville, Kansas $1.88 Warren M. Elli.'Mt, Rt. 2, Wellsville, Kansns $22 57 GREENWOOD TOWNSHIP Robert Fowler. 3211 Michigan, Topeka, Kans. S15.32 HARRISON TOWNSHIP Eugene R. Reer., 716 E. llth, Ottawa, Kans. $15. H Lamar Harris, I'rcs. of Flying Inc., Rt 1 Ottawa, Kansas $99.18 HAYES TOWNSHIP Merton Payne, Rt. 4, Ottawa, Kansas Point Rd., Weatherford, Texas $14.8U David Howell, 750 Ash, Ottawa, Kansas $7.il Charles Imig, C.35 B. Main. Ottawa, Kansas $71.03 Clarence Kirk'ar.d, 937 Maple, Ottawa, Kansas $5 20 Gar L. Mclnnis. 717 B. Poplar, Apt, 8. Ottawa. Kansas $28.42 Loretta Nlcho!-,, 003 S. Sycamore, Ottawa, Kansas $16.81 Warren Odoni, Harrisoiiville, Missouri $15.17 liuren Osborn, f>34 Maple, Ottawa, Kansas $117.5« Clyde I. Pip«r. 520 E. 15th, Ottawa. Kansas S7.B2 John C. Potter, 1641 B. Main. Ottawa, Kansas T.95.8-! Jospeh PrloU-au. 834 N. Locust, Ottawa, Kansas $25.23 Christopher Quintcr., 522 B. Cedar, Ottawa, Kansns $13.17 Joe Ramirez. 725 N. Main, Ottawa. Ka:isas $2U.''9 Dorothy M. P.atley, 720 N. Main, Ottawa, Kansn.i $1.88 Donald L. Roberts, 809 S. Sycamore, Ottawa. Kansas $16.54 Leo Roblnson._ 515 E. 14th. Ottawa, Alvilec a RodBc-rs. 918 Humblln, Ottawa, Kansas ?2 44 William Schraeocr, 808 S. Cherry, Ottawa, Kansas $14.69 Charlrs L. Shane, 710 N. Poplar, Ottawa, Kansas $6.3:1 Ralph D. Sheridan. 931 B. Mulberry, Ottawa, Kansas $51.21 Erne-t ShoemaKer. 10f> B. Cedar, Ottawa. Kanr.ir, 522.39 Charles St'ia'K 603 S. Sycamore, lcment & 'sublett, 1627 B, Main, Ottawa, Jbert". u|a£ 1016 W. 6th. Ottawa, ohn C M. S Valentin, 704 E. 7th, Ottawa, Kansas $11.22 Villie L. William*. 034 N. Locust. Ottawa. Kansas $32.00 Henry Wilson, 1641 B. Main. Ottawa, Mildred C. Wilson, 73T B. Main, Ottawa. Kansas $2.96 Frank M. Yeager 1105 N. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $17.44 & W Trailer Rental, 801 Western Aven., South Bend 25. Ind. $8.77 Dillon Stone Co., Columbus Junction, Iowa $822.06 KAJO Studio, 1525 B. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $200.70 Jnique Beauty Bar, 219 B. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $28.79 Wyeth Auto Sales, 1027 N. Main. Ottawa, Kansas * 36 ' 7 '. m , (V , William E. Carter, 404 W. 4th, Ottawa, Kansas $2(1.98 David L. Currier. 2245 Broadway, Grand Junction, Colo. $22.00 ames B. Hudnnil. 6618 Edgevale Rd.. Kansas City, 13, Missouri $27.12 Mike Mulcahsy. 6M6 B. Cedar, Ottawa. Kansas $58.00 Carl Pendleton. 633 S. Sycamore, Ottawa, Kansas $28.78 Richard Rollins, 802 S Cedar, Ottawa, Kansas $9.36 D L. Scaff. "28 S. Cedar, Ottawa, Kansas $2.20 Fred O. Smith, 1016 Cottonwood, Ottawa, Kansas $17.01 Thomas Walsh, 1233 S. Main. Ottawa, Kansas $11.03 E. B. Watson. 1627 B. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $38.34 B. Watson, 1627 B. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $3.87 Urban H. Wittmeyer, Sedalla, Missouri vlidwest Trailer Sales. 1627 8. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $41.03 Total Delinquent Personal Tax $5,051.72 Ottawa Lodge No. 18 AF & AM. Stated Communication Tucs., Oct. 17, 7:30 p. m. Work in First Degree. Myron S. Steere Jr. — Master Sidnev 0. Morris — Sec'y AUCTIONS Oct. 23, 2:00 p.m., 257 acres improved Kearney Co. land. Nov. 6, 10:00 a.m., 1440 acres improved Finney Co. land, 260 cattle, machinery. Nov. 8, 2:00 p.m. 237 acres improved Smith Co. land. Nov. 9, 2:00 p.m. 296 acres improved Reno Co. land. For complete details on any of the above, send for brochures. McVicker & Scott, 107 East Fulton, Garden City, Kansas. $1.88 LINCOLN TOWNSHIP GIBSON — Funeral Arrangements for Tom S. Gibson are incomplete. Definite funeral arrangements will be announced by Towner'« Chapel later. Interment will be in Walnut Creek Cemetery South of Wellsville, Kansas. Conner's Cll AlMiL DtPl'tUAHll AMbULAM, RECORD LEE — Funeral Services for Mrs. Dora Alice Lee will be conducted from the Mortuary Eleven o'clock Tuesday morning. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Interment Maple Grove Cemetery, Wichita, Kansas. McVey-DENGEL MORTUARY Ph. CH 2-2323 Fred Wright, 025 N. Mulberry, Ottawa, Kans. $9.73 Charles W. Ter.-y, Rt. 3, Ottawa, Kans. $14.90 Marvin Dahl, Rt. 1, Ottawa, Kansas $26.98 OHIO TOWNSHIP Frank McKinsey Etal., Gamett, Kans. $49.03 OTTiWA TOWNSHIP Harold Smith, 1250 Orvell Aven., Kansas City. K>:ns. $5.06 FEOHAI TOWNSHIP Holland P. Ferris, Jr., Rt. 2, Wellsville, Kansas $6.80 Anthony Gorges, Box 147, lola, Kans Elmer Aagaarrt & Dockstader, 1119 New House Bidg., Salt Lake City Utah $38.44 Anthony Gorges, Box 147, lola, Kansas L. C. Gorges, Box 147, lola, Kansas $11.77 L. C. Gorges, Box 147, lola, Kansas $28.23 Aagaard & Dockstader, 1119 New House Bidg., Suit Lake City, Utah $125.64 Mrs. Grace Wilson, Rantoul, Kansa $1.94 Morris Kunz, 4300 S. 5th, Murray Utah $33.15 Adrian J. Belisle c-o W. F. Hall, 529- 15th Terr.. Osawatomie, Kans. $77.5f POMONA TOWNSHIP Dave Cox, Rt. 1, Pomona, Kansas $11.76 POTTAWATOMIF TOWNSHIP William Conner, Oreeley, Kansas $12.03 Frank Baker r-o Etaliman Oil Co., 421 Stallman Bide , Nashville, Tennessee $4.93 Helen E. Baker c-o O. & I. Service 1014 N. Broadway. Wichita, Kas. $4.93 Mary Belisle, 5M 15th Terr., Osawatomie, Kas. $S.82 Mary Belisle, 029 15th Terr., Osawato- mlc, Kas. $•! 02 Mary Belisle, 529 15th Terr., Osawato mle, Kas. $1203 Otis R. Foster, c-o Lane Oil Co., Lane Kansas $4.Sii WILLLVtIKBURG TWONSHIP Harry L. Husou, WllUamsburg, Kansa $21.36 LANE CITY Leonard Spea.-s. Lane, Kansas $2.8 POMONA CITY Willis O. Lutuan, 4221 S. E. 44th, Oklahoma Cilv. Okla. $7.69 PRINCETON CITY Alvin A. Arnold, Princeton, Kansa $100.94 Larry B. Medrlsrs, Princeton, Kansa $49.46 Sterling Construction Co., Box 9733 Oklahoma C'ity. Okla. $103.05 RANTOUL CITY Wilfred S. Turley, Rantoul, Kansas $122.63 Nurseries — Seeds — Plants —16 CHRYSANTHEMUMSi'- Cut flowers, Many colors. A. F. Lewis, CH 2-3270. Red brick house west of Countv farm. Male Help Wanted —19 MEN WANTED For New Ottawa Industry Need 3 FOREMEN 1 PRODUCTION CONTROL MAN 1 QUALITY CONTROL MAN Some Experience Necessary. Parmelee Inc. Apply at Kansas State Employment 117 East 2nd Street Ottawa MARRTED Men to 38 to service established customers. $80.00 guaranteed per week plus expenses. For interview & appointment -PhoneCH2-2447. Men and Women Wanted —23 WANTED — Experienced wool presser. Full time employment, good wages. Apply in person. 842 Mass., Lawrence. VI 3-9594. SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Bale Company Every Saturday, Locust It Wilson. Ottawa, Dot' 16—Special Stocker 81 feeder Bale Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust It Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct 17 — Veronica Sloerman Estate, Household goods, 210 West 4th St., Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 18 — L. E. Wilson, 3 miles Southwest Williamsburg. Oct. 19—Waverly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 20—Prairie City School Building It Land & contents near Baldwin, Kan- Harold Sewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Oct. 17—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Missouri. Oct. 20 — New Hope District No 12 School House and contents. 11 miles north east of Ottawa. Oct. 26—Night Consignment Horse Bale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa, Kas. Printy and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Thuesdaj night 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Thursdaj night, 1136 N. Main. Oct. 15 — Meyers Furniture and AP- pllance Store, Removal Sale 12904 South 71 Hl-way Grandvlew, Mo. 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43. Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Bale, Ovtibrook, 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, 1 p.m. Female Help Wanted—24 BABY SITTER at my home. 609 E. 5th. Inquire 2:30—4:30 p.m. NEED congenial lady to care for my semi-invalid mother. Good home plus some wages. Must live in. Write Melva Pence, 1730 Sims, Topeka, Kas. General Services —29 WE CAN frame anything — Davis Paint Store. WATKTNS~PRODUC1'S"~~CHT- 3696. Mornings. BABY SITTING my home. CH 22497. TRASH HAULING - phone CH 22585. RAWLEIGH PRODUCTS CH 23662. MACHINE QUILTING - $4.00. 822 Walnut CH 2-5299. 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 removed. Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa - CH 2-1064. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section. BULLDOZING — All types. Norman Scott. Phone CH 2-1219. SINGER — repair and parts. Albrights Ph. CH 2-4340 WALLPAPER removed by steam. Painting, papering. Conrad's Spray, Painters and Decorators. Phone CH 2-3268. JVkCRACKEN ~ ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930

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