The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 19, 1961 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

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May Hunt Game Birds In Bottoms Due to the buildup of pheasant population and other factors at Cheyenne Bottoms, the Forestry, Fish and Game Commission has provided for the hunting of game birds and animals in addition to waterfowl. The Commission decided at a recent meeting in Russell to open for hunting those lands extending from 300 yards beyond the outside duck blinds to the outside perimeter of the Bottoms around pools two, three and four. That means the lands beyond the pools which are currently used for waterfowl hunting are to be open during regular seasons for hunting all game species except rabbits. This action will become effective in the comjjig weeks. ^ It was decided to keep the area closed to rabbit hunting since the rabbit population is not too high, and to stop hunting during the spring and summer when wa terfowl use the area to nest. Coyote hunting also will be allowed, but authorization of the refuge manager will be required. The season for coyote hunting will be from the close of the waterfowl season to March 1. In other iction concerning the Cheyenne Bottoms area, the Commission opened lands along the inlet and outlet canals for public hunting. These lands total a strip more than 25 miles long and 200 to 400 yards wide. These open lands do not include ground within Cheyenne Bottoms, itself, except as otherwise permitted and do not include a portion of the outlet, Opens Two New Areas For Fishing The Forestry, Fish and Game Commission has opened two new areas to fishing, effective Nov. 1. Washington County State Lake, completed in 1958. will be opened. This lake was stocked three years ago, but due to the turbidity of the water, fish growth was too slow for the lake to open in the normal two years. Roy Schoonover, chief of the fishery division, said the Ill-acre lake is best suited to channel cat, and they have shown the best growth rate. The other area to be opened is the first segment of water development at Cimarron Wildlife Management Area. Morton County. This area totals 16 acres of water and was stocked in 1959. The area, which will be opened, is located west of K-27 and north of the Cimarron River. Other pools have been recently stocked, but fishing will not be permitted until the fish have reached a good catchable size. As in the opening of any newly-stocked water, the limit on bass and channels or a combination of the two, has been reduced to six. This will remain in effect until June 30, 1962. about a 2-mile strip which will be posted as a game refuge. It was explained that hunting pressure in this strip could seriously reduce the value of the southern pool of Cheyenne Bottoms as a waterfowl refuge. It could further impair progress toward establish ing a flock of wintering geese. Baker Homecoming Saturday BALDWIN — Baker University will be celebrating its homecoming Saturday when it plays McPherson College hi a KCAC tilt at Baldwin. The Wildcats enter the contest with a 3-2 season mark. John Jacobs, Baker halfback, ' who is leading the Kansas Conference in individual rushing averaging 111 yards per contest, will be at least one to keep an eye on. Candidates for Baker's 1%1 homecoming queen are: Pat Cassidy, senior from Kansas City, Delta Delta Delta sorority; Genevieve Anderson, junior from Kansas City, Phi My sorority; Carol Campbell, sophomore from Leawood, Alpha Chi Omega sorority; Connie Odom, junior from Elmira, N 7 . Y., Zeta Tau Alpha sorority; and Yield Ruddle, freshman from Kansas City, Independent Students Association, The queen will be crowned at halftime by Baker's tri-captains Kent Covell, Perry Grubb and John Shore. She will reign over the game and the homecoming dance Saturday night. Game time is 2 p.m. MONTGOMERY WARD TOE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, October 19, 1961 UICK EASY SHOPPING-WARDS FAMOUS LOW PRICES NO MONEY DOWN on Wards Convenient Payment Plan ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT SEASON'S BKGEST SALE WARD Maple Leaf SALE washable GIRLS' ESKIMO PILE JACKETS WITH HOOD 9 99 SPECIAL COTTON DRESSES »10 M> ~*25°° 20% SIZIf 7 TO 14 • machine washable • drawstring on hood • quilted lining Fluffy Acrylic pile with colorful braid trim. Peaked hood has tassel and drawstring. Quilt lining is acetate. Sizes 3 to 6X 7.99 REG. 29.98—32.98 FINE WOOL COATS Junior, misses', half sizes! All 100% wool! New, smart styles! In, bright colors, basic black. SAVE 27%! MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Reg. 1.98. Brent shirts of warm, washable cotton flannel. Pre-shrunk. Many patterns, mm* colors. S-M-L I I no iron chenille tf! f.'"^ REGULAR 4.98 COTTON BEDSPREADS KEEN TV SERVICE 114 S. Main CH 2-3490 This is a group of early-fall cottons - for! now-and all-year. Visit our newly enlarged |shop, and look over our baby department. Get your Name-in-the -Pof for our drawing Sat. evening-Several nice gifts to be given to 3 lucky people. BETTY B's By ETHEL if Here's a thick, fringed bed- It spread that stays color-bright i : ;:.: through countless washing:. p Choose yours from new || decorator shades. VS "<. ' - 3 99 » i) 3-PC. BEDROOM IN WALNUT VENEERS 6-drawer double dresser, tilting mirror. 4 drawer chest, bookcase bed. Curved $1|CQ drawer fronts. Iwzr Public AUCTION The following will be sold at public auction to settle storage charges by the Cover Storage and! Moving Co., located at 334 N. Main, Ottawa, Ks. on Saturday, Oct 21, 1961 (Starting at 1 P.M.) 3-pc. circular living room suite, like new; 7-pc. chrome dinette set, like new, matching step chair; Maytag deepwell gas range, like new; Crosley across-top freezer-refrigerator, good; 2-piece bedroom set; 3-piece bedroom set, complete with springs and mattresses; 2 round end tables; 9x12 rug and pad, good; Jackobson power mower, like new; Hoffman AM-FM radio-record player combination, extra nice; contour lounge chair with vibrator, extra nice; 21-in. TV set; 45 RPM record player; 4 near new dining chairs; 12-in. fan; dresser; upholstered chair; rollaway bed with headboard, good; child's rocker and high chair; small gas heater; utility table; G.E. automatic washer, deluxe model, brand new, and many articles too numerous to mention. RIVERSIDE 24-MONTH 12V, type 24S. Get instont starts—everytime! Installed free! Trade. GIANT 15 CU. FT. CHEST FREEZER Cook ahecd, freeze whole meals for special occasions or busy days. Big 525-lb. capacity, first time on sale! BUTTON-TUFTED "HOTEL-MOTEL" SET 220 coils in mattress over 63 coils in box spring. Deeply tufted on both sides. Woven striped cover. Full-size at same UATTMM OK price. Satwfaction Guaranteed. mm* FREE STAND WITH 9" RADIAL SHOP Terms: Cash. Not responsible for accidents. Gover Moving arid •* ••# Storage Co. * Aucts., Ben Printy and Son Clerk, Jean Printy 6.07 OFF! 61/2" SAW Reg. 42.95. Cots 2'/i" at: 90°. Motor develops up to W HP. MONIT DOWN Rugged saw boasts 11 0-1 20V motor that develops up to Th HP; ball bearings, large table. 1-year guarantee. save $ 1 to $ 2 sq. yd.! BRO ADLOOM-4 PATTERNS, 31 COLORS! R«g. 8.99 to 9.99. Wool, •BTQQ acrylic—even continuous fila- M OO ment nylonl Tweed patterns, plains, rippled textures—all lovely! 9x12'size 94.56 7 •Q. YD. SAVE 1.4O A GAL. SELF-CLEANING 5.39 gal. Maximum hiding power! Highly mildew-resistant. Gal. in 2-gal.lot.3.99 Single gallon... 4*39 SALE ENDS SATURDAY, OCT. 21 •••••*»•»»•••»•»• •-• 4.98 GAL. 1-COAT LATEX-ODORLESS! Dries in 30 min. Wash tools in water. Scrub- bable. Rainbow of fade- resistant col- 4*99 ,ors. Per gal.. W BEAU DURA BRIEFS Elastic or Band Leg Reg.59c • 69c Flare or XL Brief 54c • 79c XL Hip Size . . 64c SEAMLESS NYLON HOSE Run-resistant micro-mesh. Long wearing; perfect fitting. Top quality Carol Brent. 3 Pair MEN'S CUSHION SOCKS Rugged cotton socks by Brent. Soft terry-lined! toe, heel and sole. White io'/s to 13. 3 Pair Complete — 12 in. ELECTRIC FRYPAN Complete cover and control. Completely immersible for washing. 1,000 watts, for AC only. 12 DRAWER PARTS CABINET Brings order and efficiency to office, home, school, den, workshop, hobby or sewing room! 19" TOOL BOX Heavy - duty, seamless - steel construction. Pop-up contiler tray. All edges rounded for safety. Overall size 19x7J;ix7". 90-OAr SERVICE including 90.DAY SERVICE including pert* wirf labor AT NO CHARGE 2 fine Airline TVs AT A SPECIAL WARD WEEK PRICI Choose either the popular-style console or the new modern Lo- Boy. Both feature 23"* screen with superior local reception. wo MO NIY DOWN 5" hi-fi speaker. 4 finishet. •MM™** diagonally 167 88 TOOLS FOR THE HOME HANDYMAN Don't delay! Now's the time to stock-up on quality hand tools—all specially low priced. Here are just a few you'll choose from: an 8* adjustable wrench, 16-or. hammer, 8-pc. socket set, hacksaw, blades, wooden level, 8' tap* and many others.

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