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10 fflE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 17, 1961 News Briefs There is to be an American Legion coffee tour at North American Hotel dining room Monday, Oct. 23, at 2 p.m., it was announced today. State and district officials of the American Legion will be present to meet local Legion members and also to meet with local school officials for a discussion on the subject of the oratorical contest that is sponsored nationally by the American Legion, and on other subjects in which the Legion is interested in connection with the schools. It's time to pot plants for win- ter-Jardinieres, planters and red pots. The best for less. Wilky's Pottery. Adv. Total cars moved over Santa Fe System lines for the week ending Oct. 14 were 37,334 compared with 39,044 for the same week a year ago. Cars received from connections totaled 11,964 compared with 11,071 for the same week a year ago. Rummage Sale—Memorial Aud. Oct. 20. 8-5 p.m. Adv Mrs. Raymond Warner entered Baptist Memorial Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., yesterday, where she is in traction for a ruptured disc in her lower back. Her room number is 418. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv Clarence Strickland, 933 S. Sycamore, is reported to be in satisfactory condition in St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, where he undewent major. surgery Saturday. He is in room 251. RCA Whirlpool Dish Washers. Save $40.00. Now $159.95. Crites. Adv. Wendell Moyer, extension livestock specialist from Kansas State University, Manhattan, and Don Brown, Franklin County agent, visited farms in t h e county today. Joe Spratt has been re-elected 4-H representative from Cutler Township to the Franklin County extension council. Carl Bloomer and Mrs. William Foster were elected agricultural and home economics representatives. Turkeys, fresh oven dressed Murphy's Turkey Farm. TU 3-6618. Adv. Chippewa Amateur Radio, Glut) will meet Wednesday . at'^:3fr p.m. at the clubhouse on the Lon Nitcher farfci. There will be a film, "The Dewline Story." Drake's Bakery — fresh butter rolls donuts, pies, cakes, cookies, wedding and birthday cakes. Adv. Mrs. Margie Jackson, 318 E. 4th, is under treatment in Ransom Memorial Hospital for a broken hip. She was brought to the hospital today by ambulance after suffering the fracture in a fall at the American Royal in Kansas City last night. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. Ottawa Elks officers fried nearly 200 pounds of chicken for the 400 persons who attended the club's annual family picnic Sunday at the National Guard Armory. The dinner was served at 4 p.m. A steam train, ponies, two saddle horses and the miniature golf course provided entertainment during the afternoon. Elk's Stag Party, Tues. Oct. 17, 6:30 p.m.; shrimp & baked ham. Adv. Winners announced in the Elks bridge tournament last evening are Mrs. Robert F. Miller and Mrs. John Hudelson, first; Mrs. B. W. Kelsey and Mrs. John Wassmer, second, and Dr. and Mrs. Rodney McClay, third. Local Markets Soybeans $2.15 Wheat 1.83 Milo 1.75 Rye 90 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 03 Hens 05 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (API — Cattle 5.3<iO; calves 500; steers and hell- en iieady to 25 higher, cows steady to weak; vealers unchanged; Etockers and feeders steady; good to choice steers 22.75-2S.25; good to prime heifers 22 2S-24.25; utility and commercial COWB 15.00-1600; good and choice veulers 22.00 - 26.00; good and choice Blotters 22.50-24.60; good and choice feeders 22.00-23.50. Hogs 3,800; barrows and gilts uneven, steady; sows steady: 1-3 210-270 Ib barrows and gilts 18.00,35; sows 1-3 270-400 lb 15.00-16.00. Sheep 3,100; lambs slow, barely steady; ewes weak; feeders weak to 1.00 lower; good to prime lambs 15.25-17.00; cull to good ewes 2.50-3.50; good and choice feeders 1I.60-U.OO. WellsviUe News Junior Class To Present A Play By BERNICE HOLDEN "The Boarding House Reach", a 3-act comedy by Donald Payton, will be presented Nov. 10 by the junior class of WellsviUe High School. Lowe Frisbie will have charge of the production. The cast includes the following: Robert Harra, as Wilbur; Robert Coons as Hercules Nelion; Susan Glesiberg, as Betty Lou Maxwell; Nancy Barnett as ionnie Maxwell; Karen Clayton as Bernadine Smith; Delon Ja- :oby as John Maxwell; Pam Poole as Janet Maxwell; Nancy Harris as Aunt Mary; John Burrell as Limpy McGuire; Judie Fiehler as Nora; Larry Denton as Herman "Ninety-Volt" Jones; Omera Knoop as Roughouse 1 Ruby; Don Good as Mr. Potter; Bonnie Bivins as Lucy Burns; Charlotte Rogers as Mrs. Mott; Larry Triplett as Connolly. Pvt. Frederick R. Ferguson has completed an automotive maintenance helper's course at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Ferguson, who is with the Army, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Ferguson, RFD 2. His wife, Marlene, is of rural Ottawa. Forty-five girls have registered for membership in Brownies and 17 in Girl Scouts. WellsviUe Brownie and Girl Scouts this year became part of the Santa Fe Trail Council. Girls in Scout training include: Second Grade Brownies: Linda Shields, Cindy Bivins, Joaquen Willis, Mary Breckemeyer, Sharon Warren, Susie Stonequest, AT- lene Tomlin, Judy Baldwin, Connie Hall, Carol McLaughlin, Charnell McAuley, Joelene Phillips, Melissa Nabors, Karen Rhoads, and Sandra Hagen. Third Grade Brownies: Becky Whiteaker, Lenora Brecheisen, Becci Baldwin, Loretta DeMers- seman, Susan Finch, Cheryl Fisher, Frances Groshong, Gail Guy, Barbara Hall, Marita Hunsaker, Sherry Lambert, Cindy Nabors, Janine O'Neil, Debra Pogue, Jessie Mae Shepherd, Debra Talbot, Teresa Tomlin, and Lilly Winkleman. Fourth Grade Brownies: Marcy Layton, Susan Bourgeois, Jaunita Reeves, Kathy Morgan, Sandy Hollan, Mary Baldwin, Janice Anderson, Lois Matile, Carolyn Cliristy, Lynn McLaughlin, Diane Moore, and Jackie Daniels. '"'Girl Scouts — Janice Price, Sharon Tomlinson, Jean Gleisberg, Debbie Poole, Joyce Cole, Susan Warnock, DeeAnn Myers, Karen Tomlin, Carol Warnock, Shirley Grimsely, Charlotte P a 11 o n, Elaine Christy, Cheryl Rodgers, Julie Bourgeois, Susie Carrow, Leila Lin Homer, and Julie Hrabe. The Rebckah and Odd Fellows Lodge Assemblies at Liberal, Kas., were concluded Thursday. Attending the Rebekah State Assembly were Mrs. Melvin Pierce and Mrs. Armour Larrick. Mrs. Pierce was a delegate from the WellsviUe Rebekah Lodge. Mrs. Larrick attended as Past Noble Grand. Returning to WellsviUe, the women enjoyed seeing various points of interest. These included Front Street and Boot Hill at Dodge City, the world's ' largest hand-dug well at Greensburg, and the Dillinger hideout. A family fellowship supper is scheduled Sunday, Oct. 22, 6:30 p.m. at WellsviUe Methodist Church. The Commission on Social Concerns will present a movie entitled "The Sound of A Stone". Discussion will follow. While Bill Shields was in Washington, D. C., recently on a business trip from the U.S. Naval Air Station, Olathe, he visited the Robert McBeth family during his spare time and went with them on tours of Washington and to see the Smithsonian Institute. The McBeths are formerly of Wells- viUe. Mrs. M. L. Averill, Mrs. Donald Coughlin, and Mrs. Leroy Todd went to Emporia Friday afternon to attend Parents Day at Emporia State Teachers College. Karen Averill, Donna Coughlin and Merle Todd are students at the college. In the evening, Leroy Todd and M. L. Averill went to Emporia. The women returned with them. In honor of Mrs. Jennie Lytle's recent birthday, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lytle and family, Wichita, were her overnight visitors. They attended Sunday School together at Overland Park, then went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gooch, Shawnee Mission, for a short visit. Afterward, all went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wolfe, Prairie Village, for the birthday dinner. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Lytle and family, Lathrop, Mo. Mrs. Gooch and Mrs. Wolfe are Mrs. Lytle's daughters, and J. J. and Louis, her sons. Integration Order By 3 Railroads WASHINGTON (AP) - Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy has announced that three major railroads have ordered racial desegregation of all their facilities in the South. But two of the, railroads said later they hadn't been practicing segregation. Kennedy issued the statement after Dr. Martin Luther King told a news conference that the Justice Department had told him of the desegrgeation orders put out by the railroads—the Illinois Central, Southern and the Louisville & Nashville. As King was making his announcement, Justice Department officials were preparing a statement detailing the plan. They said the statement was to have been issued after confirmation that the order had gone into effect in 10 Southern states- Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina. Atty. Gen. Kennedy said Justice Department officials had held several meetings with the railroad operators to work out the voluntary desegregation program. In Chicago, Illinois Central President Wayne Johnston said his line had done nothing but con tinue compliance with a 1956 In terstate Commerce Commission ruling banning segregation in interstate transportation. Warren A. McNeiil, director of public relations for the Louisville & Nashville, said the railroad had maintained no segregation in its stations or passenger cars for the past year and a half. There was no comment from Southern. Cooler Weather On The Way TOPEKA (AP) - Unseasonably warm weather will continue in Kansas through today but a slight cooling trend is approaching the state. Highs tonight were predicted for the 80s for the second straight day with tonight's lows from the 40s northwest to 50s southeast. Highs Monday ranged from 76 degrees at Olathe and Wichita to 86 at Hill City with overnight lows from 39 at Goodland to 57 at Concordia. The only river causing trouble at present is the lower Marais des Cygnes which crested 3.7 feet over flood stage at LaCygne late Monday. It is also nearing flood stage at Trading Post. No major trouble is expected. A cool front now in northern Wyoming and western North Dakota will reach Kansas by Thursday, dropping temperatures to the more - normal area of the 70s. Some cloudiness will accompany the front. Ogden Hearing ~ Friday TOPEKA (AP) - The attorney general's office will represent the Civil Service Board in its battle for restoration of a former state employe to his job. Atty. Gen. William M. Ferguson said Monday his office will take part in a hearing Friday on a temporary restraining order in Shawnee County District Court The order blocks the board from further activity in trying to replace Jewel Ogden in his former job as conservation director. Ogden was removed last April when the corporation commission voted to abolish the $12,000 a year post. Later it was also abolished by the Finance Council. However, the Civil Service Board ruled later the abolishing of the job was a subterfuge to remove Ogden from office. It held that Ogden should be reinstated and paid back salary. Man Charged o With Assault Bond for Richard Arthur Ledom, 33, 115 N. Locust, charged in County Court here with felonious assault, was set at $2,000 following an arraignment today. i Ledom is charged with beating his wife, Delores, Oct. 2, in a complaint signed by Donald White, county attorney. The complaint alledges the beating caused her to lose the sight of her left eye. A preliminary hearing for Ledom is scheduled Oct. 27 at 2:30 p.m. MARTIN LUTHER KING Williamsburg News Celebrate Anniversary By MRS. IRWIN HETH Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Heth celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 15, by serving a turkey dinner to family members. Attending were Mr. H e t h's mother, Mrs. Rena Biederman; a brother, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Heth, Richard and Penny, of Ottawa; Mrs. Heth's mother, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Fritts, of Williamsburg; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Harold Heth; nieces and nephews Mrs. Ray Moore, Robert, Larry and Timmy, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Richards and Gary, of Parsons, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stallsmilh, Karen and Mark, of lola. The day was spent visiting and taking pictures. The Heths' three children were unable to attend. They are Warren R. Heth, Harrison, Ark.; Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mullinville, Kas.; and Gene L. Heth of Belen, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Milliken, of Sulphur Springs, Tex., are visiting his mother, Mrs. H. C. Milliken, who is "ill. She is improving satisfactorily. Harold Milliken and daughter Patty, Topeka, were Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sutherland entertained Sunday honoring her father's 86th birthday, Oct. 20. Dinner guests were Mr. Jefferson, the honoree; R. H. Jefferson, Irving, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jefferson, Olathe; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jefferson, Gardner; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutherland, Linda and Mike, of Lawrence. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. Kieth Dewey and Jana Lee, of Independence, Mo. In the afternoon birthday cake and ice cream were served, also a wedding cake which celebrated the belated 25th wedding anniversary of the L. W. Sutherlands which was May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland wore their wedding clothes throughout the day. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Budd, of Kewanna, Ind., called on Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Heth, en route to Prescott, Ariz., to visit a daughter and family. The Budds winter at St. Cloud Trailer Park, St. Cloud, Fla., the same park the Heths live in during the winter months. The Heths plan on leaving about Nov. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sloan, of Hot Springs, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sloan, of Aurora, 111., spent the weekend with their sister and family, the Harold Bethels. The W. R. Bins and Louis Cop- pocs attended the International Home Furnishing Exposision in Kansas City Sunday. GIBSON — Funeral Arrangements for Tom S. Gibson are incomplete. Definite funeral arrangements will be announced by Towner's Chapel later. Interment will be in Walnut Creek Cemetery South of WellsviUe, Kansas. Id toner's Rantoul News To Lead Cheers By MRS. GALE GILBERT The following girls were elected cheerleaders of Rantoul Rural High School for the school term: Phyllis Stevenson, Janice Pennington, Connie Mundell and Pat Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Summers, Independence, Mo., and Mrs. 01- lie Bartholomew, Merriam, were guests at the Chester Jackson home from Thursday evening until Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cook, Allen, former residents of Rantoul, were Sunday supper guests at the S. D. Needham home. Mr. and Mrs.,Gale Gilbert accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Coler, Somerset, to Bethel Sunday and spent the day at the J. R. Payne home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hubbard, Helen, Juanita, Romona and Dusty went to Medicine Lodge Thursday, evening to the home of their daughter, Mrs. Charles Cox, an'l Mr. Cox. They aftsndcd the Indian Pow Wow and returned home Sunday evening. Messrs. Don Rodgers and Melvin Mundell left Monday morning for Wichita Falls, Tex., to do some work in the oil fields there for the Maracaibo Oil Corporation. The L.L.C. of Rantoul Presbyterian Church met with Mrs. Chester Jackson Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Fayne Lathen as co- hostess. Mrs. W. B. Miller gave the lesson. In charge of the business meeting was the president, Mrs. William Foster. The following were elected officers for the coming year: president, M r s. Foster; vice president, Mrs. Ralph Detwiler; treasurer, Mrs. Ernest Miller; secretary, Mrs. John Finch. The November meeting will be with Mrs. Lula Caylor. Refreshments were served to 17 members, one guest, Mrs. Florence Pope, and three children. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turley have moved their trailer home to Olathe where he is employed. She returned home with him Sunday after spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miller. George Stecle, Cripple Creek, Colo., visited at the Gale Gilbert home Wednesday afternoon. A shower honoring Linda Jennings was given at the R.N.A. Hall Friday evening by Nancy Milward, Marilyn Stevenson, Beverly Caylor, Betty Ann Bloomer, Mrs. Ernest Miller and Mrs. Ralph Bloomer. After two games, the gifts were opened. Refreshments of cake, punch nuts and mints were served. Mesdames Lloyd Griffith, John Finch, Chester Jackson, Bill Jones, Mary Henderson and Gale Gilbert and Helen and Roberta Hubbard, attended the Royal Neighbor District meeting in Osa- vvatomie last Tuesday evening. Saturday night guests of the Jack Rayl home were his mother, Mrs. Edna Rayl, his sister, Mrs. Edwin Breshear and Mr. Breashear of Lament, Mo. All attended funeral services for A. C. Rayl at Paola Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Richardson, Lake City, Pa., came Thursday evening for a visit with his brother, Henry and Mrs. Richardson. Sunday visitors were Margaret Adrian, Ottawa, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Richardson and family, Louisburg. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. James Norman, Waverly; Jessie Mundy, 114 N. Locust; Monday. Mrs. Margie Jackson, 318 E. 4th; Teresa Gahagen, 907 Ash; Tuesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Ingram, RFD 3, son born Monday, weight, 8 lb., 4 oz. Dismissals Mrs. William Parker and baby son, 103 N. Locust; Geroge Wiggins, 711 N. Sycamore; Mrs. Rex Myers and baby son, RFD 1, Baldwin; Lars Nelson, 741 Tremont; Randle Bronson, 815 Pecan; Mrs. Gerald Lindsey, RFD 2, Quenemo; B. F. Jones, Muscatine, Iowa; Tuesday. Richmond News 24 Attend WSCS Meet By MABEL CHANDLER Mmes. Guy Reichard and Noah Hutchison were hostesses at the Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Virgil Smith led the worship service. The lesson, "New Churches for New Times," was led by Mrs. R. S. Gault. She was assisted by Mmes. Lula Hobson, Merritt McDonald and George Atchison. Mrs. Bess Martin, Ottawa, was a guest. Twenty-three members were present. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McCain have named their daughter, born Oct. 10, at the Miami County Hospital, Paola, Tamera Sue. Mrs McCain and the baby were dis missed Friday and are with her sister, Mrs. Francis Kueser, and family in Overland Park for a few days. Chamber of Commerce members ate dinner at O'Mara's Cafe Tuesday evening after the meeting. Bob Brown took the group to the Dial Telephone Center to explain the functions. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bowman, Wichita, announce the birth of a son on Sept. 27. He has been named Robert Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Severns, Mmes. Alma Bastin, Grace Keller and Ella Fox spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Billett in Council Grove. Mmes. Harold Maley and Larry MacArthur were hostesses at the former's home Thursday evening at the meeting of the Elda Barry group. The lesson study was "Churches for New Times." Eighteen were present. Nate Sharpless received word Friday that his sister, Edith, had been found unconscious on the floor in her home in Osage Coun ty. She is undergoing treatment in an Emporia hospital. John Roeckers, Phillip Rose, Delbert Roeckers and Melvin Phillips were in .Topeka Wednesday to attend a Traffic Safety Conference. The teenagers participated in panel discussion. The meeting was concluded by a talk by Gov. John Anderson. Richmond pupils will go to Princeton Oct. 23 for TB tests. Advertisements were sold for the high school annual in Garnett and Ottawa Wednesday. R. W. Hill, Overland Park, brought his aunt, Mrs. Harden Watkins, home from the K. U. Medical Center Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dietrich spent the weekend with their daughter Mrs. Raymond Coleman and family at Warrensburg, Mo. It's a way of HOLDING HANDS FOREVER The chances are nearly three to one that your wife will survive you.' If she does she will have over a hundred heart-rending duties to perform all within twenty-four hours. There is no finer way to prove your devotion than to suggest that you perform two of those duties now, together, rather than leave them for her to do alone. Select your family cemetery plot in a traditional monument cemetery. Erect on it a memorial of granite or marble which, through sun and shadow, wind and rain, will say to the world through all eternity—"We lived and loved and some day will live again." "It costs so little to remember" Stewart Memorials "Standards of High Quality Since 1902" - FRANK SNOOK, Mgr. 118 W. 15th Phone CH 2-3325 Across from the South Water Tower 3 Plead Innocent; Trials Set Three persons charged in Police Court here with being drunk have pleaded innocent and are scheduled for trial, according to court records. They are Robert L. Whirley, 50, RFD 4; Floyd J. Unscheid, 37, Leavenworth, and Raymond F. Hoskinson, Ottawa. Whirley, cited by police, last night on charges of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquors or drugs, reckless driving and driving 65 miles an hour in a 20-mile zone, and Hoskinson, cited Oct. 11 for being drunk and disturbing the peace, entered pleas today and are scheduled for trial Nov. 7. Umschcid pleaded innocent yesterday to charges of driving while intoxicated and reckless driving Oct. 10 and is scheduled for trial Oct. 31. Also in Police Court today, four persons forfeited a total of $167 in bonds while eight others pleaded guilty and were fined a total of $135. Forfeiting bonds were Frank Rose, 36, 513 N. Poplar, and Glenn H. Carpenter, 48, RFD 2, charged with being drunk in public, $50 each; Freddie J. Fort, 17. Price Hall, Ottawa University, charged with driving 65 miles an hour in a 20-mile zone, $45, and Dennis D. Smith, 19, 912 N. Main, charged with driving 42 miles an hour in a 30-mile zone, $12. Fined after pleading guilty were Phillip N. Pa'rrott, 55, RFD 1, and Harry 0. Snodgrass, 73, RFD 1, $10 each for running red lights; June H. McGillivray, 22, RFD 1, Rantoul, $10 for driving the wrong way on a one-way street; Lawrence Kimball, 819 Pine, $50 for being drunk; Don K. Burroughs, 25, 1224 S. Hickory, $20 for being involved in a collision while following too close behind another car; Harold W. Fine, 17, 119 W. 9th, $10 for driving a car with defective mufflers; William T. Shipp, 18, Waverly, $10 for being involved in a collision while backing, and Oscar W. Baker, 35, 834 S. Poplar. $15 for failing to yield the right of way. John S. Martin, 43, 110 S. Maple, convicted today of driving while intoxicated and having an open bottle accessible to the driver, gave notice of an appeal to District Court. Testifying against Martin, cited Sept. 20, were Sgt. Bill Adams, Inspector Bill Wheeler and Lt. Bob Cowdin, Martin declined to tesi- fy in his own behalf. A charge of reckless driving was dismissed on the motion of Assistant City Attorney Tom Gleason, and Martin was fined $135 and given a 30-day suspended jail sentence. The appeal bond was set at $350. Want 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 .. J1.50 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 CardjofJThanks 4 I wish to thanFmy friendsTfor the cards, flowers, gifts and visits I received while a patient in the Anderson County Hospital. %^^Daisy_cu]ijson. We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our friends, relatives and neighbors, especially to Dr. Trump, the nurses, Rev. Knight, Rev. Armstrong for their kindness during Mr. Enyarts stay in the Hospital. We are"now with our daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rockers, Bakersfield, California. Mr. Enyart is slowly improving. Lost and Found —8 LOST — black, long ears, white chest, red collar. "Tammy". Reward. CH 2-5442. Notices Union Chapter Non5.~0~.E7s7 Stated Meeting Wednesday, Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m. Initiation. Visitors Welcome. Nancy Lamb, W.M. _Vola_P_hillip_s, Secy. Ottawa Lodge~No7l8 ~AF & AM". Stated Communication Tues., Oct. 17, 7:30 p. m. Work in First De- Ninth Graders To Take Test More than 200 Ottawa ninth graders will tackle an aptitude test tomorrow, according to Mrs. Howard Doman, junior high guidance counselor. The test, known as the Differential Aptitude Test, is divided in to eight parts, verbal, numerical, space and mechanical reasoning, as well as clerical speed and accuracy spelling and grammar and punctuation. After being scored by machine, she said, the tests will be used for counseling purposes. .' ' grce. Myron S. Steere Jr. — Master Sidnev 0. Morris — Sec'v Personals —14 WANTED - Rider, woman or married couple share driving, Chicago. November. References. CH 2-1650. Nurseries — Seeds — Plants —16 CHRYSANTHEMUMS - Cut flowers, Many colors. A. F. Lewis, CH 2-3270. Red brick house weal of Countv farm. SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday. Locust & Wilson. Ottawa. Kas. Oct. 17 — Veronica Stoerman Estate, Household goods, 210 West 4th St., Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 18 — L. E. Wilson, 2 miles Southwest Williamsburg. Oct. 19—Wavcrly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 20—Prairie City School Building & Land & contents near Baldwin, Kansas. Harold Scwart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Oct. IV—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 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., 1136 N. Male. Community sale every Thursdaj night, 1136 N. Main. Jack Nelson Phone 4-*M3, Pomona, Kas. Overbrcok Livestock Sale, Ovtrbrook, 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. 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 MARRIED Men to 38 to service established customers. $80.00 guaranteed per week plus expenses. For interview & appointment — Phone CH 2-2447. Men and Women Wanted _-23 DISHWASHER - afternoon shift. North American Coffee Shop. WANTED — Experienced wool presser. Full time employment, good wages. Apply in person. 842 Mass., Lawrence. VI 3-9594. 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 PAINTING and roofing. CH 25134. BULLDOZING - All types. Norman Scott. Phone CH 2-1219. SINGER — repair and parts. - ^Albrights Ph. CH 2-4340 WE CAN-frame anything — Davis Paint Store. WATKfNS PRODUCTS 3696. Mornings. CH 2-

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