10 THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, October 18, 1961 News Briefs How the school district unification law would function was discussed by Robert B. Wellington at the meeting of the Ottawa Rotary Club today. Wellington is a member of the county ^committee on unification. Visitors included two Rotarians. Lea Maranville, Ness City, and Walter Myers, Garnett. Two high school seniors. Roger Casteel and Richard Carey, also were guests. Dr. John Gutschenrotter was introduced as a new Rotarian. Bean Supper — Thurs., Oct. 19 5:00 p.m.. Church ofthe Brethren, 9th & Main. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Killbuck, Hood River, Ore., were scheduled to arrive at the home of Mrs. Killbuck's sister. Mrs. B. L. Stratton, today, for a brief visit. Emery Green Community Club will have its regular meeting at the school Friday evening. Patrons are requested to bring sandwiches or pie. RCA Whirlpool Refrigerator Freezer. 15 Ft. with ice maker. Save $170.00. Now $399.95. Others as low as $174.95. Crites. Adv. Mrs. Ethel C. Brewer, 603 N. Hickory, has been notified of the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Velma Ruth Krout, 58, Olathe, on Oct. 16 in Zanesville, Ohio. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. in the Julien-Flaming Chapel, Olathe, with burial in Olathe Cemetery. North Adv. Pomona News Homecoming Program Planned By MARY HUDELSON Homecoming, 1961, at Pomona High will be Friday, Oct. 20, with the Pirates playing Carbondale on the home field at 1:30. With music and drill by the band and pep club, the queen and king will be crowned at the half. The football squad has chosen the queen and attendants from these candidates Esther Latson, Anita Slankard and Susan Crawford. From a field of three, Jim Burgoon, Dick Stoneking and Jim Goracke, the Pep Club will select the king. After the crowning, they will preside at the remainder of the game and at the dance in the gym Friday evening at 7:30. Carbondale and former Pomona High students are invited to the dance. The W.S.C.S. study class held its second study class meeting Tuesdav afternoon. Mrs. Lamar Says Americans Have Lost Vigor Notices --g i Livestock Tancred Commandry No. U K..T. FOR IKE GREETED WITH ISSUE — Former President Dwight Eisenhower holds literature passed out by costumed Larry Finkelstein, AFL-CIO staff, Newark, N. J. In center background is James P. Mitchell, Republican candidate for governor. Finkelstein was protesting use of prison labor at state mental institutions. NEW YORK (AP)-One of the nation's best known touch football players kicked off Tuesday, night on what he said was the American people's loss of vigor and stamina. U.S, Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy's credentials for speaking on the subject got a boost from another well-known play-for-fun athlete. President Kennedy messaged the dinner at which his brother spoke: "I am delighted that you have invited the attorney general to represent our touch football team at tonight's dinner of champions. There is considerable truth in the rumor that—on the gridiron, at least—he is the team's principal signal caller." The dinner of Champions marked the fifth anniversary of the formation of the "People to Smorgasbord tonight. American Coffee Shop. Ruhamah Baptist Church will hold a Homecoming Sunday. Sunday School and the worship service will be followed by a basket dinner. Rev. A. A. Van Syckle of Cawker City, former pastor of the church, will speak during the worship service. In the afternoon there will be a program with special music. Ballroom Classes for 6-7-8th grades, register now. CH 2-3696. Adv. Ted Hornccker, 843 S. Cherry, entered K.U. Medical Center, Kansas City, Kas., Sunday for observation and treatment. He is in room 448-E. Liberty community club will have a potluck supper at the school Friday evening. Rummage Sale—Memorial Aud. Oct. 20. 8-5 p.m. Adv. Wallace led the discussion which was a continuation of the main topic, "Edge of the "Edge." Next week Mrs. Merle Montague will be the leader. The last session will be Oct. 31, with Mrs. May Burch presenting the lesson. Instead of the regular W.S.C.S. meeting on Thursday, Oct. 19, the members will attend the district meeting in Ottawa. The 90th birthday of Mr. W. A. McDaniel, Michigan Valley, which will be Thursday, Oct. 19, was observed at his home with an open house on Sunday. About 75 relatives, friends and neighbors called to wish him well. His four children, Mrs. Ronald Smith, St. Joseph; Mrs. Nicholas Hudelson, Pomona, and Glen and Harold McDanile, Lyndon, were present and assisted. McDaniel has been in the hardware and implement business all his life, retiring about 10 years ago. He served as postmaster until he was 70. In 1903 he acquired the International Harvester Agency, and it has remained in the family since that time, remaining with the sons in their hardware business in Lyndon when they bought out their father's interest. A floral arrangement of lavender mums along with a tiered cake decorated in lavender formed the center of attraction in the dining room. Refreshments of coffee and lavender decorated individual cakes were served the .Since the weather was so guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Terhune. Terhune works at the plant. Mrs. Terhune will be remembered as Mildred Emond, a former resident and student the Pomona schools. in Richmond News Bride-Elect Is Honored I By MABEL CHANDLER Twenty - five relatives and friends of Rosalie Jockman, bride- elect of Ronald Sims, honored her with a miscelleanous shower at the home of Mrs. A. P. Lickteig in Garnett Sunday. Fall flowers were room deco* rations. The gifts were presented from a lace-covered table. Relatives and friends of Joyce Bowman, bride-elect of Donald McGinnis, honored her with a miscelleanous shower in the St. Therese Church basement Sunday afternoon. The pink and white color scheme was carried out in room decorations Mrs. Phillip and refreshments. Rose, Marlis Kue- Centropolis Christian Church will observe Homecoming Sunday on Oct. 22 with a basket dinner following the Sunday School at 10 a.m. and worship service at 11 a.m. Donald Steward is S.S. superintendent and Roy W. Browning Jr., Topeka, is the pastor. A film, "God of Creation", will be shown at 2 p.m. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. Clifford Johnson, 403 Ash, formerly with Edmiston's here, has taken a position with Dooley's Jewelry, Manhattan. Mrs. Johnson will join her husband as soon as suitable housing is found. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. Two persons have been charged in County Court here, court records showed today. They are Floyd E. Mitchell Jr., 17, 709 S. Sycamore, and Stanley Eugene Hudson, 23, Ward Manor. Mitchell was cited by sheriff's officers Oct. 13 on charges of driving 45 miles an hour in a 30-mile zone, failing to have an adequate muffler, and following too close. Hudson was cited by state troopers Oct. 15 on a charge of failing to stop at a stop sign. Local Markets Soybeans $2.17 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 nice, McDaniel was able to sit on the pirch and greet all the guests and visit with all the oldtimers who came to see him. Mrs. McDaniel assisted in greeting the guests. Mrs. Harold McDaniel and Mrs. Glen McDaniel, Lyndon, helped the daughters in planning and as hostesses for the celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunt Sr. visited .their son and family on Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Ralph Hunt Jr., is pastor of the Delaware Baptist Church at Fairview. Mary Ellen Crawford, high school senior, took a test from Washburn University as a first step to qualify for a competitive scholarship. Finalists will go to Washburn on Dec. 8 for the final test. Through-this program it is possible for two freshmen finalists to be named Garvey Scholars and receive awards which could cover all costs of tuition, fees, board and room, depending upon the need of the individual student. In addition to the Garvey awards, there are ten others made on the basis of test scores— two for $2,000, two for $1,600 and six for $1,400. One-fourth of these amounts are paid to the holder during each of the four college years. In adition to these, the University provides other general scholarship and grant-in-aid opportunities not based on the competitive exams. Next week Mary Ellen will go to Kansas University to take the tests for Watkins ser and Betty Van Wie assisted with the gifts. There were 90 in vited guests. Frank Rocker was brought home from the Kansas City Vet erans Hospital Saturday. Chester Wagner was dismissed from the Anderson County Hospital Saturday. Hubert Peine is making satisfactory recovery in the Santa Fe Hospital in Topeka following major surgery. Mrs. Olive Thomas, Indianapolis, Ind., is here visiting her brothers, Ross and Claude Spencer, and their families. Mrs. Jay Adams, Bolivar, Mo., spent several days last week here with her relatives and friends. The Eugene Seevers, Wichita, and Mr. and Mrs. Harper Lyon, Topeka, spent Sunday with their father, C. R. Moberly. Hospital Notes Admissions James A. Jennings, Sheldon lall; Monday. Mrs. Rex Weigand, RFD 3; Mrs. Walter Lassen, Overbrook; Mrs. Cecil Price, Mich- gan Valley; Myrlen Young, Knox- ille, Iowa; George Yockey, Quenemo; Tuesday. Mrs. Harley Miliken, Williamsburg; Bert Norton, Rantoul; Mrs. Harry Clayborne, 720 Lincoln; Wednesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. James Poe, Rantoul, son born Tuesday, weight, 8 lb., 8 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Koch, 810 E. 7th, daughter born Tuesday, weight, 6 lb., 9 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gumm, 1105 N. Main, son born Tuesday, weight, 6 lb., 10 oz. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, 511 E. 9th, daughter born Tuesday, weight, 8 lb. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vogler, RFD 1, daughter born Wednesday, weight, 8 lb., 7 oz. Dismissals Teresa Gahagen. 907 Ash; Mrs. James Norman, Waverly; Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Hamilton and baby son, Princeton; Mrs. Walter Smith, RFD 3; Mrs. Lester Myers and baby daughter, RFD 4; Mrs. Millard Rodgers, Wellsville; Wednesday. Plan County CROP Drive Plans for Franklin County's 1961 CROP (Christian Rural Overseas Program) drive were made last night at a meeting at Ottawa's First Baptist Church. Dale Ferris, CROP director, Topeka, discussed People" program initiated by Dwight D. Eisenhower when he was president. Robert Kennedy told the gathering, which included a host of well-known sports personalities, that there has been a tendency in recent years in "our modern, complacent society" for too many to become spectators and not participants. The dinner began the 1962 fundraising drive of the "People to People" Sports Committee, which arranges trips of Little League baseball teams to the Far East, of American rugby teams to Britain, tennis stars to South America, and of chess teams to Europe. WASHINGTON (AP)—President Kennedy, an old hand at touch football, is the winner of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame 1961 gold medal. Kennedy played some football at Harvard, but suffered a back injury which ended his collegiate football career. He used to play in the Kennedy family touch football matches. A delegation from the foundation called on Kennedy Tuesday, informed him of the award, and state invited him to the foundation's the annual dinner at New York City Staled Conclave ThurS' day, Oct. 19th, 7:30 p. m. Business meeting. Myron S. Steere Jr. E.d Gerald B. Harfprd,_Rec. Ottawa Shrine No. 19, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. School of Instruction for district No. 6 Saturday, Oct. 21. Masonic Temple. Meeting 2 p.m. — Dinner 6:15 p.m. Ceremonial 7:30 p.m Make dinner reservations with Scribe by Thursday. Marilyn Talbott, W.H.P. Isabell Jacobsen, W.S. Personals —14 WANTED — Ride to K.U. from 8-5 p.m. Starting CH 2-5693. Nov. 1st. Cal WANTED — Rider, woman or married couple share driving Chicago. November. Refercnc es. CH 2-1650. Nurseries — Seeds — Plants _____ — CHRYSANTHEMUMS - Cut flow ers, Many colors. A. F. Lewis CH 2-3270. Red brick house wes of County farm. SALE - Purebred Berte. shire boar. Joe' W. Hiatt, 1 mil* north Ottawa, 3% cast. tH fr 4416. N1LL BE SOLD at Public Au» tion, Friday, Oct. 20, 2 p.m^ 354 miles north Badwin Junction and 5 miles west. 3 Shefc lands, 1 quarterhorse, 1 kidi pony. For more information call, CH 2-5535. Farm Equipment —35 need for food and self-help materials in many foreign lands and the different ways the United States is helping. He said in 1960 food delivered in these lands amounted to $22.25 worth for every CROP dollar donated. Gerald Anderson, Wellsville farmer and chairman for the county drive, checked out materials for the CROP workers. CROP Sunday will be observed in county churches on Oct. 22. A UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund) drive will be Oct. 27. A CROP booth also will be operated at Ottawa's Hallowesta on Oct. 28. Plans were made for mailing letters in Ottawa on Monday, Oct. 23. The county goal is $1,700. Dec. 5, when the award will be made. Kennedy did not indicate whether he would attend. Previous medal winners include Dwight D. Eisenhower, Herbert Hoover, Gen. Douglas MacArthur and Amos Alonzo Stagg. 1959 MODEL "82" 12 ft. Massey- Harris combine, No. 20 corn- head, ready to go. W. I. Hink, Williamsburg. Phone 3154. FOR SALE — 4 row John Deere planter. Write E. W. Eikerman, Lake Forrest, Bonner Springs, Kansas. FOR~SALE — CO A.C. Combine with motor. A-l Shape, been cared for, been in shed, not a wreck. II. C. Bolan. Princeton. 1 Firestone CHAIN SAW Used 1 season only. Give away price. Firestone Store Ottawa Male Help Wanted —19 Deaths The Albert Dunbars, attended the American Royal Sunday. MILO B. SWEET Funeral services Sweet, Palo Alto, for Milo B. Calif., form- KC Markets KANSAS CITY IAP) — Cattle 4.200; calves 450; steers and hell- ers steady; cows strong to 25-50 higher; vealers steady; ttockers and feeders steady; good to prime tteers 23.00-26.00; yood to hluh cliolce heifers 22.25-24.00; utility and commercial cows 15.00-16.25; good and choice vealers 22.0'J- ili.OO; good and choice ctotkeri 2S. 50-24.50; good feeders 21.00- 2U.50. Hogg 3,000: barrows and gilts strong to 25-hlgher: tows steady to. 25 lower; barrows and gilts 1-3 200-240 lb 16.40-35; 1-3 280-40'J lb tows 15.00-16.00. Sheep 1,000; lambs 25-75 lower; ewe« steady to 50 higher; feeders barely steady. ilow; good to prime 15 no-It! bu, utility and good ewes . 4 .^5: good and chulc* ieeders 11.00-12.60. scholarships. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swallow Jr., and family, Manhattan, were entertained for dinner Sunday by Mrs. Esther Swallow and daughter, Elaine. Also included in the familv gathering were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hughes and family, Olathe, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Figgins and family, Pomona. Swallow, who has his master's degree from K-State, is manager of the Ashland Agronomy Farm at Manhattan. The William Fawls and Ed Neeleys enjoyed the role of grandparents when Brad and Bill Fawl, Prairie Village, came to stay with them for the weekend. The boys' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fawl, took in the football game at Lawrence on Saturday and then came to Pomona to visit until Sunday evening. An interesting sidelight of a trip to Wichita for Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swallow was a tour of the Kansas Gas and Electric Plant as Their son, Steve, attended Friday with the F.F.A. officers. Dick and Gary Fishburn spent the weekend with their grandparents, the R. A. Fishburns, in Medicine Lodge to attend the Peace Treaty Pageant given every five years. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bade, Niagara Falls, Canada, are here visiting their daughter, Mrs. John Gracey, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Griner, Kansas City, spent the weekend at their farm here. Mrs. Griner recently returned from a visit with her parents, the Chris Hermrecks, at Nipomo, Calif. Nate Sharpless visited his sister, Edith, at Newman Hospital in Emporia Sunday. The Frank Simmons, Richland, Wash., and Mrs. Bertha Simon, Garnett, visited at the Joe Wittman home last week. They attended the Simon-King family re- inion at the Ernest schoolhouse Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hermreck entertained Sunday noon in honor of the first birthday of their son, Kevin. Present were the C. H. Guions, Topeka, and Clarence Gaults, Mrs. Olive Hermreck and Louann. The Merritt McDonalds and Harold Guys attended a machinery demonstration in Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Humerickhouse, Paris, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Olen Wharton, Lawrence, spent the weekend at Tom Whartons. Glen Whartons spent Sunday with them. Mmes. A. O. Sigler, E. E. Jordan, Lon Mishler, Wilbur Purvis, R. S. Gault and Virgil Smith attended the W.S.C.S. meeting in Melvern Wednesday. Mrs. Sigler appeared on the program. Funerals MRS. DORA LEE Funeral services for Mrs. Dora Alice Lee, who died Oct. 14, were at McVey-Dengel Mortuary Oct. 17. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Pallbearers were Elroy Cobb, John Largent, Herbert Woke, George Graves, Kirk Newcomer and Andrew Papson. Mrs. R. L. Stevens played organ selections. Burial was in Maple Grove Cemetery, Wichita. CORNELIUS FRANCIS JACOBY Funeral services for Cornelius Francis "Connie" Jacoby were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Coughlin's Chapel at Wellsville, Rev. James Nabors officiating. Mrs. Vinton Cramer sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and "No Night There". Mrs. Fern Barnett provided accompaniment. Pallbearers were Buck Harbison, Jeff Rice, Irvin Corrow, Junior Corsage, 01 i n Leach and Charles Steen. Burial was in the Wellsville Cemetery. erly of Ottawa, were at Palo Alto on Oct. 15. He died of lung cancer on Oct. 13. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Golda Sweet; his mother, Mrs. Eva Gambrill, Arlington, Va.; a brother, Mord A. Sweet, Barstow, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. Juanita L. Shively, Arlington, Va. A brother, George M. Sweet, died in 1932. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save I0%--Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. WANT AD PER WORD RATES 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. Traffic Toil TOPEKA (AP)—Kansas traffic- death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Wednesday— For October—18. For 1961—415. Comparable 1960 period—387. Marriage Licenses Francis Mack Grover, 21, Emporia, and Linda Kay Holman, 18, Oxford. Vincent Lee Burarelli, 27, and Shirley Ann Mason, 20, both of Ottawa. 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 Wellsville, Kansas. tEotoner's 1:11x1*1:1. Kekkonen Visits New York City NEW YORK (AP) - President Urho Kekkonen of Finland arrived here from Washington aboard a military plane today for a four-day New York visit, during which he will address the U.N. General Assembly. He was scheduled to visit former President Herbert Hoover later today and to attend a reception sponsored by the American-Scandinavian Foundation. He will make his U.N. speech Thursday afternoon. 1 insertion per word 4c 3 insertions per word 10c 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 WAITRESSES, apply in person. Fifty-Fifty-nine Grill. NEED congeniallady to care for my semi-invalid mother. Good home plus some wages. Must live in. Write Melva Pence, 1730 Sims, Topeka, Kas. WOMAN WHO CAN 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. OD-15, Glendale, California. Route will pay up to $5.00 per hour. Lost and Found —8 LOST — DOG — black, long ears, white chest, red collar. "Tammy". Reward. CH 2-5442. OTTAWA. K Wherever SALE DATES Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Oct. 20 — Emporia Livestock Sale Co. Oct 21 — Mrs. Charles Kline, Farm Sale-3 miles South and % mile West of Miller—11:00 a.m. Oct 23 — C. C. Brannan Estate, 'A mile South, 1 mile West, 1 mile South and K mile West of Overbrook, Kansas at 1:00 p.m. Oct. 24—Osgae City Livestock Sale — O« Sa 27—^m'pori"' Livestock Sale Co. Emporia, Kas. Oct 28 — Franklin County Sale Co. cust b Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. General Services —29 WHEEL ALIGNMENT — Balancing, body work. CH 2-5456. PAINTING 5134. and roofing. CH 2- BULLDOZING - All types. Norman Scott. Phone CH 2-1219. SINGER — repair and parts. _Albrights Ph. CH 24340 WITCAN frame anything — Davis Paint Store. Lo- KEEP IIP! with the NEWS Have the HERALD Sent to You Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday, Locust & Wilson. Ottawa, Oct" 17 — Veronica Stoerman Estate, Household goods, 210 West 4th St., Ottawa, Kansas. Oct 18 - L. E. Wilson, 1 miles Southwest Winiamsburg. Oct. IB—Waverly Livestock Sale Wav- o" ^0—Prairie City School Building tt Land i contents near Baldwin, Kansas. Harold Stewart & 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 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., 1138 N. Main. Community sale every Thursdaj night, 1136 N. Ualn. Jack Nelson Phone 4iF-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 mile East of Main on Wilson, every Saturday, t p.m. WATKINS PRODUCTS — CH 23696. Mornings. TRASH HAULING 2585. phone CH 2- ALBAN'S Hydraulic Jack Service — New and used. 715 Willow. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter. 535 So. Sycamore. WILL DO Custom Combining. W. H. Twyman — CH 2-4319 after 7:00 P.M. DEAD ANIMALS removed. Stan dard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa - CH 2-1064. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section. WALLPAPER removed by steam Painting, papering. Conrad^ Spray, Painters and Decorators Phone CH 2-3268. McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 Special Factory Authorization on New 1962 MONO CHAIN SAWS Yes, Sir! The factory has authorized us to sell you new MONO CHAIN SAWS at unheard of prices. Buy now at Below Dealer Cost Don't buy a saw just any old place where you will always have a service problem. ParU and Service always available from us. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL LOOK at these Prices We have been authorized to Cut Prices Like Mono Saws Cut Wood Mono Mode! 33 3 H.P. Reg. Price $89.50 Special Factory Autorization Price Only $74.95 Mono Model 43 4 H.P Reg. Price $134.50 Special Factory Autorizalion Price Only $92.50 Mono Model 63 6 H.P. Reg. Price $149.50 Special Factory Autorization Price Only $99-95 Mono Model 83 8 H.P. Reg. Price §169.50 Special Factory Autorization Price Only $112.50 Special Factory Authorization Prices Don't Buy A Chain Saw From Anyone Before You See Us WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL Ottawa Trac. & Imp. 119 E. Second Livestock -34 FIFTEEN 40 lb. shoats. Forrer. Princeton. YEllowstone 7-2226. 2—650 lb. stock CH 2-3917. steers. Phone TWO MILK COWS - 1 Jersey, 5 yrs. old, 1 Guernsey, 3 yrs. old. CH 2-1389. REGISTERED Duroc boars and gilts. Homer Hodges, Williamsburg. COUNCIL GROVE Livestock Auction at Council Grove, Kansas. Sale every Saturday — Special Sale Saturday, Oct. 21. Consigned 150 Whiteface yearling steers, 600; 150 Whiteface yearling steers, 650; 150 Whiteface yearling steers, 700; 50 Whiteface yearling steers, 700: 500 head Whiteface heifer and steer calv es; 200 head Angus heifer and steer calves; 100 head mixed feeder heifers. Will sell from 1250 to 1800 head of cattle. For more information call 72W, Council Grove — evenings. Seeds, Feeds, Fert. -36 EARLY TRIUMPH seed wheat, $2.10 at bin. Arza Fogle. Williamsburg. Clothing — Furs —39 5 Buckle OVERSHOES $5.99 Knee BOOTS $5.99 Made in U.S.A. OK Bargain Store 132 S. Main Misc. For Sale —40 rWHEEL TRAILER, 4x7. Monroe Courts. Lot M. GOOD GARAGE — Inquire evenings. 211 W. 5th. Upstairs.
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