The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 19, 1961 · Page 12
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Ottawa, Kansas
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U THE OTTAWA HERALD J Thursday, October 19, 19611 News Briefs Virginia Jennings, registrar at Ottawa University, participated in a panel discussion today at a meeting of the Kansas Registrars' Association in Salina. Turkeys, fresh oven dressed. Mur- phv's "Turkey Farm. TO 3-CC18. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Diestelhorst and Dale returned yesterday to their home at Buckl'in after a few days' visit with lu's mother, Mrs. Ward Robbins, Williamsburg. RCA Whirlpool Wringer Washers. Save $50.00. Now $86.95. Crites. Adv. FARM BUREAU WOMEN — Mrs. Harold Wingert (left), Wellsville, second district Farm Bureau chairman, is shown at Franklin County Bureau's annual meeting last night with Mrs. 0. L. Breckenridge (center), Harrison Township chairman, and Mrs. Leo Miller, secretary of Bureau office. (Herald Photo) Virgil F. Gumm, 35, 1105 N. Main, posted a $50 bond after being cited by police early today on a charge of being drunk on a public street, police records showed today. Bean Supper — Thurs.. Oct. 19 5:00 p.m., Church ofthe Brethren. 9th & Main. Adv. Can- L. Butts, 16, Princeton, Convict Airliner Hijacker F 1 , PASO, Tex. (AP)-An all- maic jury took only 22 minutes . .. ,. was cited for failing to yield the j Wed nesday to convict right of way resulting in a colh-; Bearden ; ?8 of hijacking a con- • . _J Al_ _ * 1 Al__ »,f TxvV».\ ' T JO sion at the intersection of John Brown Highway and US59 about 6 p.m. yesterday, according to sheriff's officers. Investigating officers said Butts had just turned onto US59 when the car hi driving was struck by one driven by Norman Hilderbrant, 31, also of Princeton. Both vehicles reportedly received major damages. Rummage Sale—Memorial Aud. Oct. 20. 8-5 p.m. Adv Thelma Eggington will show slides on Europe at the Union Chapel Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22. A free will offering wUl be taken for the church's general budget. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. New light poles have been set on East 2nd in front of the post- tinental airlines jet airliner over New Mexico Aug. 3. Bearden was found guilty of kidnaping, obstruction of interstate commerce, and violating the j Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Act. Bearden and his son, Cody, 16, both of Coolidge, Ariz., await sentencing. Attorneys told jurors the Bearden trial was the first of its kind. Cody Bearden went on trial with his father but Monday pleaded guilty under the Juvenile Corrections Act to transporting a stolen vehicle across a state line. U.S. Dist. Judge R. E. Thomason said he would wait on pre- sentencing reports on both father and son before setting a sentenc' ing date. The prosecution asked life imprisonment for Leon. Cody cannot be confined bevond his 21st birth- Ilospital Notes Admissions George B. Kyle, RFD 2; Wednesday. M. E. Smith, North American Hotel; Lee Bearly, RFD 2, Osawatomie; Thursday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Backs, 618 E. 9th, son born Wednesday, weight, 7 lb., 5Va oz. Dismissals Mrs. Edwin Schwartz, 723 W. 6th; Fred A. Gump, 321 S. Oak; Bert Norton, Rantoul; Mrs. Ronald Atchison, Princeton; M r s. Elsie Soper, 486 S. Poplar; Mrs Alba Hewitt, 416 Willow; Thursday. office. The project includes nine ] day, Nov. 13, 19(iii poles betv^en Walnut and Hick- j Th(J Beardens seized contro i by Governor Receives Hereford ory streets. Your Prescription Drug Store, pistol point of the 707 jet airliner over Columbus, N.M., on a flight Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. [ from Phoenix to El Paso. Adv. j Leon Bearden ordered the pilot to head for Cuba, but the pilot talked him into allowing a landing at El Paso for fuel. Rummage Sale Sat. Oct. 21 Memorial Auditorium. Adv. City mail routes are be^ug .lift, spected this week by C; C. Adamson, superintendent of mails, and Harry Holmes, assistant postmaster. Deaths MRS. NELLIE M. CASH Mrs. Nellie Mae Cash, 74, 840 S. Cherry, died in Ransom Memorial Hospital today at 10:30 a.m. She was taken to the hospital last night following a stroke. Extension Agents To Attend Meet Don Brown, county agent, Rosemary Crist, home economics agent and Ross Nelson, will j attend the 47th annual c o n- ference of the Kansas State University Extension Service Oct. 24-27 at Kansas State University, Manhattan. Progress and plans for the Ru- She was born May 16, 1887, at_ ra ] .\j. eas Development program Garnett. She came to Ottawa at - m Kansas will be featured. The an early age and was married in I pr0 gram is an extension project Garnett Jan. 19, 1905. I designed to help community lead- She was a member of the! ers a p pra ise their resources and of God of Christ, 814 Wai-1 i mprove i oca i soc i a i an( i econ o- KANSAS CITY (AP)-The Kan sas Hereford Association put Goy John Anderson in the cattle busi ness at the American Royal Live Stock Show Wednesday night b giving him a 2-year-old Herefort bull. The governor announced plan for immediate expansion. He sai he'd buy 10 heifers and run them on lu's farm near De Soto, Kan It was Kansas Day at the Roya and the governor told the crowd at the evening show: Herefords and the cattle business as a whole make up a major part of our state's agricultural income and those white-faced cows have paid many a young) person's way through one of our universities. "My wife and I have three youngsters to educate and we can think of no better insurance for their education than a herd of Hereford cattle." The main arena was filled with red and white beef at the climax of the Kansas Day activities as Gov. Anderson and U. S. Sen. Frank Carlson were introduced to the crowd. Nobel Prize Goes To Ear Specialist STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) The 1961 Nobel Prize for medicine was awarded today to Dr. Georg •on Bekesy, Hungarian-born ear specialist, now working in the United Slates. The prize amounts to 250,200 Swedish crowns—848,300. Von Bekesy, now working at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., was awarded the prize for 'his discoveries concerning the physical mechanisms of stimulation within the cochlea," said the official citation from the awarding body. The cochlea is a division of the labyrinth of the ear. The award—first of this years series of Nobel prizes—was given after a three-hour session of the Board of Professors at the Royal Caroline Institute, which makes the choice. Von Bekesy started his career in Hungary as an engineer specializing in communication tech niques and went on to physiological acoustics. Research in this Contribute To Book Fair Costs Civic and study groups of Ot- awa are contributing to the expense fund for the Community Jook Fair, according to mem- jers of the general planning committee at a meeting last evening in Carnegie Free Library. City P.T.A. organizations, the library and other groups are cosponsoring the event which will be held during National Book Week starting Nov. 12. It win be on second floor of the library. The local book store reported that shipments of books for the display are arriving daily. Mrs. Ruth Gagliardo, Lawrence, state book chairman sponsored by the Kansas State Teachers Association is loaning 500 books for the fair. "The purpose in holding a book fair is to bring people and books together," Mrs. Ben Park, general chairman, mentioned in reviewing progress. "We plan to make this possible by having a display of some 1,000 carefully selected books. It will also be possible for those who wish to place orders for books, with a minimum deposit of $1 per book, to add to personal libraries or for gifts." The fair will be open mornings to children of the city schools, during the • afternoon to rural school children and in the evenings to the general public. A Sunday afternoon preview has been planned particularly for teachers and members of the planning committees. Several authors will make personal appearances. The d r a- matics department of Ottawa University will present skits each night, and the lu'gh school art department will have displays. Believe Marsh Killed Himself PITTSBURGH, N.Y. (AP) The body of Philip C. Marsh Jr., security officer missing from Pittsburgh Air Force Base since Legate IT, Range 10 In Harrison Township Starting at the Southeast Corner ef the Southeast V* of Section • and, continuing west one-half mile to the center of Section • en the south section line. Tou are hereby given notice that the Board of County Commissioners will hold a meeting on the <th day of November, 1M1 at 10:00 a.m. at the Elm Drove Club House in said Township. If anyone has any objections or damages caused by said vacating of the above described property you are hereby given notice to meet at the above elated place, at the above stated time. Earl L. Richardson, Charlman of The Beard of County Commissioners Salesmen —™\ Livestock RAWLElGtt Dealer wanted at once in Dist. in Ottawa. Good opportunity. Write at once. Rawleigh's, Dept. KAJ-580-105, 'Freeport, 111. Attested: Bruce Spear*, (Seil) ef Franklin County, X«u»as. County Clerk (Flrnt Published October 13, 1W1) (Last Published October 26, 1M1) State of Kansas, Franklin County, •»: In the Probate Court et said County and Statt. In the MatUr of the Estate ef Jamea H. Baker, also known M J. H. Baker, deceased. NOTICE OF HEABTNO The State of Kancas to all periiona concerned: Tou are hereby notified that • petition has been filed in said court by Nellie E. Joneo, as owner of the real estate hereinafter described, praylnj for the determination of the descent of the following; described real estate in Franltlin Countj-, Kansas, to-wlt: An undivided 1-3 Interest in and to: Lota 3, 4 and 8. in Block 122, City of Ottawa; and An undivided 'A interest in and to: Lota 3» and 31, Block 3, University Addition to the City of Ottawa; and all other property, real and personal, or Interests therein, owned by the said James H. Baker at the time of his death: and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 3rd day of November, 1961, at ten o'clock a.m., of said day, in said court, in the City of Ottawa, in Franklin County. Kansas, 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. NELLIE E. JOKES, BOWERS fc BOWERS, SALES EXECUTIVE Interested in a career with both prestige and profit? Our firm, well established and highly successful in the important field of investment securities, has an opening in the Ottawa area for an outstanding man or woman of integrity and intelligence. College degree desirable. Drive and ambition absolutely necessary. Our excellent training program precludes the need for previous experience. All inquiries treated confidentially. Write or call collect, Fred M. Harris, Jr., Division Manager Westamerica Securities, Inc., 4 West Main, Chanute, Kansas. HE 1-3890. 'WO MILK COWS — 1 Jersey, 5 yrs. old, 1 Guernsey, 3 yrs. old. CH 24389. WILL BE SOLD at the Ottawa Market Sale Saturday, October 21 — At one o'clock — 3 pur* bred black Angus steers, 500 Ibs. each; 2 black heifers, 300 Ibs. each; 2 Angus-Swiss steers, 450 Ibs.; 1 brindle steer, 500 Ibs.; I Hereford-Angus heifer, 375 Ibs.; 1 black steer calf, weaned; 1 Holstein springer heifer, 2nd calf;' 15 head of mixed milk cows and heifers; some art springers ,and some are fresh. 5 head of short yearling Angus stock steers; 5 head mixed yearling stock steers. All these will sell with our usual run of livestock. Don't forget, you can get top prices at our sale and we get you home early. Gordon James, Manager. Farm Equipment —3& General Services —29 IRONINGS - CH 2-3357. BABY SITTING at my home. CH 2-2497. WHEEL ALIGNMENT - Balancing, body work. CH 2-545G. 1959 MODEL "V&" 12 ft. Mansey- Harris combine, No. 20 corn- head, ready to go. W. I. Hink, Williamsburg. Phone 3154. FOR SALE — 4 row John Deert planter. Write E. W. Eikcrman, Lake Forrest, Bonner Springs, Kansas. PALNTING and roofing. CH 25134. BULLDOZING - All types. Norman Scott. Phone CH 2-1219. SINGER — repair and parts. Albrights Ph. CH 2-4340 field ultimately became his main interest and by the end of the 1920s he had made the discovery for which he now receives the Nobel Prize. Sunday, was found today in his automobile on a rural road near here. State police said the 45-year<>ld employe of General Dynamics Harvard. At the end of the war he moved Corp. apparently had committed to Stockholm and from there to suicide. He had left home Sunday, ostensibly to buy some beer, his wife told police. Marsh, father of three, tame ,here last January to administer i routine guard matters for the ! company at the base. Church ton. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. A. Edwards, 804 Lincoln, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. Elder H. L. Brandon will officiate. Burial will be in Hope Cemetery. Mrs. Cash was to have appeared in District Court here next month to face a first degree murder charge in the death of her husband, William, Aug. 8. She told officers that she beat her husband to death with an old gun following an argument over $90 which he allegedly had taken from under her pillow. improve mic conditions. Funerals HARRY S. GIBSON Funeral services for Harry S. Gibson will be Friday at 2 p.m. in Towner's Chapel. Burial will be in Walnut Creek Cemetery, Wellsvffle. To K-State Denies Plan To Short SAC WASHINGTON (AP)-The Pentagon denied today that Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara already has recommended to President Kennedy against using the extra money voted by Con- State Prison Near Capacity LANSING (AP)-Warden Tracy Hand reported today the Kansas Penitentiary is reaching its maximum capacity, with admissions j continuing to outnumber releases The warden said the population totals 1,848, a high for the year and short of the all-time high of 2,034 set in April, 193G. "We have far exceeded standards for maintaining proper segregation (of criminal types) and security," he said. Records at the institution show the low count was 464 on Dec. 31, 1918. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save 10%-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 10c 6 insertions per word I5c 20 insertions per word 60c Minimum charge 70c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c mln. 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem J1.W emblem |i.50 3 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 WE CAN frame anything — Davis Paint Store. CH 2- WATKINS PRODUCTS 3696. Mornings. TRASH HAULING - phone CH~22585. ALBAN'S Hydraulic Jack Service — New and used. 715 Willow. KNAPT~SHOES r . Lee CarterTlSo So. Svcamore. WILL DO Custom Combining. W. H. Twyman — CH 2-4319 after7:OOP".M. DEAD ANIMALS removed. Stan dard Rendering Co Call colled 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. 'X)R SALE — 60 A.C. Combine with motor. A-l shape, been cared for, been in shed, not a wreck. II. C. Bolan. Princeton. New No. 33 CORN PICKER For WD Tractor See at BARNETT SALES CO. 1610 S. Main — Ottawa Seeds. Feeds. Fert. —36 EARLY TRIUMPH seed wheat, $2.10 at bin. Arza Fogle. Williamsburg. Legate MANHATTAN (AP)-A 272-aere | ffess for more strategic bombers. "A final decision has not ,been made and no formal recommendation has been made by the secretary to the White House," in- farm in northeastern Kansas has been given to the Kansas State University Endowment Association, Kenneth M. Heywood, director of development and endowment, has announced. The farm, in Jefferson County north of Oskaloosa, was the gift of Wesley A. Zellner, a lifelong resident of Junction City. Heywood said net proceeds from the farm will be used to assist K-State students, either through scholarships or loans. (FlfBt Published October 13. Itfil) (Last Published October 'J6, 1961) To Whom It mar concern: Public notice Is hereby given th»t on the llth day of October, 1W1 petition signed by twelve householders of Harrison, Ottawa, and Lincoln Townships of Franklin County Kansas submitted to the Board of County Commissioners of Franklin County, Kansas, a petition to vacate a road In eald To7,-nahlp, described as follows, To-wlt: The road, on the section line, between sections > and 16, Township Card of Thanks We wish to thank all our neighbors and friends for the beautiful floral offerings, cards, food and kind words received during the illness and death of our husband and father. And especially to the Greenwood Ladies Aid for the lovely dinner. — Silas Smith Family. when you need SERVICE your best bet WARDS phone . . . CH 2-1770 all brands — Kitchen appliances, TV, radio, sewing machines, gas engines k Refrigeration SERVICE WARRANTY — parts in stock. McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WRING CH 24930 Misc. For Sale — 40 2 \VHEEL~TRAUJSR, 4x7. Monroe Courts. Lot M. GOOD~GARAGE —Inquire evenings. 211 W. 5th. Upstairs.^ ~ ~tTirifT' SHOP~at Arnold's 1207 North Hickorv. ^ 'Shop. LADIES new black shoes, arch support, cuban heel, size 9Mi B. 1121 N. Main — Lot 8. Innocent Plea By James Hoffa ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Teamsters Union President James R. Hoffa, preparing for another legal bout with the federal government, pleaded innocent today to charges of mail fraud. Robert E. McCarthy Jr., a Detroit banking executive indicted with Hoffa, entered the same sisted a Defense, spokesman who ! pi ea _ The two are accused in a would not permit use of his name, j te-count indictment of misusing The New York Times said to-! more than $500,000 of Teamsters day McNamara had sent his decision to Kennedy and the President was expected to approve the Defense Chief's recommendation "if he has not already done so." Local Markets Soybeans ................ $2.18 Wheat .................... l-» 3 ! Milo ...................... 1-75 Rye ...................... 90 Shelled Corn ................ 1.10 Ear Corn ........ ^ ........... 1-03 Oats ....................... 73 Barley ....................... 95 Butterfat .............. 48, H Eggs, straight run .......... 22 Eggs, graded ......... 35, .26. .21' Cocks ...................... W Hens ....................... 03 KC Markets KANSAS crry (API— cattle •:,• 400; ealven 400; stten.. htlfer and COVTE steady; other clasae unchanged; good steer; 23.35 hlL'li good ard low choice heifer L'3.iO--4.0p; high cutter arid uttltt;. ' .. Hogi< 1.800; barrows and fi" 23-40 higher; EOWS steady; 1-i barrows and gilts 250-280 lb 16.SU- 74; 1-3 300-400 lb sows 18. 00-16. 'Jo. Sheep 200; Iambi and ewet about cteady; good to prime Iambi 14.50-16.00; cull to good ewea 3.00-4.00; good ana ebolcr DIGNITY RESPECT REVERENCE QUALITY funds to promote Sun Valley, Inc., a one-time retirement housing development for union members. Lost and Found SALE DATES Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Oct. 50 — Emporl* Livestock Sale Co. Emporla Kaa. Oct 31 — Mrc. Charles Kline, Farm Sale-3 miles South and Vs mile West of Miller—11:00 a.m. Oct 23 — C. C. Brannan Estate, Mi mile South, 1 mile West, 1 mile South and % mile West of Overbrook, Kansas at 1:00 p.m. Oct. 24—Osgae City Livestock Sale — Oisage City, Kas. Oct. 27—Emporla Livestock Sale Co. Emporla, Kas. Oct. 28 — Franklin County Sale Co., Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. LOST - DOG - black, long ears, white chest, red collar. "Tammy". Reward. CH 2-5442. ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION DAIRY and BEEF Herds Associated with K.A.B.S.U. ZIG-ZAG SEWING Machine — Fully automatic — Makes buttonholes, sews on buttons, blind _stitches, etc^ CH 2-2848. RODEO~WilE"AT — Special prices on Armour Fertilizers. — For hauling beans call YE 7-2585. Highest pprices paid for beans! Princeton Grain Company. YE 7-2815. 2 — SQUIRREL Cage fans complete with motors and speed selectors, 2 fans 26" diameter by 38" length, 2 motors, 5 H.P. ; , 3 phase, variable speed, motor control 4 speeds. North Baptist Church. 24-Hour Service CH 2-1758 BILL Bins Livestock —34 Notices —9 Tancred Commandry No. 11 K.T. Stated Conclave Thursday, Oct. 19th, 7:30 p. m. Business meeting. Myron S. Steere Jr. E.C Gerald B. Harford. Rec. Ottawa Shrine No. 19, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. OTIAWA'I ItAOINO FUNEIAl SINCE 1I*| OlllCf Ottawa Air Conditioned Ambulance GIBSON — Funeral services for Harry S. Gibson will be conducted in Towner's Chapel at 2:00 p.m. Friday. Interment will be in Walnut Creek Cemetery, WelLsville, Kan- en MM:I, L t Kt '4'JAUl f AMtH. L AM I 'il H Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—48, Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Sale Company every Saturday. Locust ti Wilson, Ottawa Kas. Oct. li—Waverly Livestock Sale Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 30—Prairie City School Building ft Land 4i contents near Baldwin, Kansas. Oct. 26—Waverly Livestock Bale, Waverly, Kansas. Oct. 27 — Donation Sale Christian Church Princeton, Kansas. Oct. 30 — Special Stocker fe Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Wilson Ss Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Oct. 20 — New Hope District No 12 School House and contents. 11 miles north east of Ottawa. Oct 28—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa, Kas. Printy and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auotion every Thueedaj night 7 p.m., 1138 N. Main. Community sal* every Thuredaj night. 1138 N. Ualn. Oct. 31 — Gover Moving ft Storage Co., 334 N. Main Ottawa, 1 p.m. Storage Auction. Jack Nelson Phone 4-JF43. Pomona, Ras. Overurook Livestock Bale, Ofirbrook, Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-14M Ottawa Market Bale located one mile East of Main on Wilson, •very Satur-1 »*•>-•. 1 f> Tn. •«,. 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. REGISTERED Duroc boars and gilts. Homer Hodges, Williamsburg. Kent It —41 SFAVUNG Machine Rentals. ADbright's Ph. CH 2-434J RENT our rug shampooer, floor sancler or spray gun. Save money by doing it yourself. Davis Paint Store. TWO GREEN FED Steers. Live or dressed, half or whole. Phone CH 2-1518 or CH 2-2540. FOR SALE — Purebred Berkshire boar. Joe W. Hiatt. 1 mile north Ottawa, 3 8 /i east. CH 24416. -14 MOMMIE — Happy 14th Anniversary from Bill, Bobby, Garry and Susie. WANTED - Ride to K.U. from 8-5 p.m. Starting Nov. 1st. Call CH 2-5693. 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 calves; 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. 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 west of County farm. Male Help Wanted — MARRIED Men to 38 to service established customers. $SO.OO guaranteed per week plus expenses. For interview L appointment — Phone CH 2-2447. Female Help Wanted—24 WAITRESSES, apply in person Fifty-Fifty-nine Grill. WAITRESS - Evening shift. CH 2-9746. Red Rooster. Apply in person NEED congenial lady to care for my semi-invalid mother. Good home plus some wages. Must live in. Write Melva Pence, 1730 Sims, Ton***. Franklin Co. Sale Wilson and Locust St., Sat., Oct. 21. Will start selling misc. at 10:30. Livestock will start selling 12:00 noon. 21 head Whiteface steers, 450 lb. 17 Wliiteface heifers, 400. 14 Whiteface steers, 550. 10 Whiteface heifers, 500. 14 head Holstein steers, 650. 35 head mixed calves, around 400 Ibs. 25 head mixed stock cows. We are having a stocker and feeder sale Mon., Oct. 30. If you have livestock to consign see us or bring them in. AUCTIONEERS Claude Myers Ernest Arnold Charles Beatty OWNERS Fred Coon John Ogle Sporting Goods —42 GAUGE Remington automatic shot gun, $45. CH 2-5563. Close out on 1961 Johnson Seahorse motors. PRICED TO SELL- Malotts Hdwe. Appliances —50 2 Home Freezers — Out they go — 15 cu. ft. chest type Coldspol was $89.95 — Now $69.95, available on easy terms — or — 15 cu. ft chest type freezer was $99.95, Now $89.95 — Both freezers 90 day warran- tied — $5.00 clown; $6.00 ea. mo. Gambles, 128 S. Main Coronado Electric Dryer — Rebuilt motor, new heating element, good appearance, fully guaranteed. $59.95. Malotts Hdwe. Skelgas Range — Looks tough — Bakes real good — 36" with wide oven, 2 vertical storag* compartments — 30 day warranty — $39.95 or pay $4.00 down; $5.00 each month. Gambles, 128 S. Main Frigidaire automatic Washer — Controlable for all water temi peratures, completely overhauled — Full guarantee. $89.95. Malotts Hdwe. Very nice 9 cu. ft International Harvester Refrigerator — Near perfect inside & out — Large cold chest — Meat chest — Vegetable bin — Nice shelving — 90 days warranty — $69.95 or pay $5.00 down; $5.50 ea. mo. Gambles, 128 S. Main

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