The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 21, 1961 · Page 6
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Ottawa, Kansas
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6 THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, October 21, 1901 News Briefs Francis Button, 620 N. Mulberry, has reported the theft of a box containing assorted carpenter tools, police records showed today. Choice Sunday dinner menu, North American Coffee Shop. Adv. Richard N. Thompson, 24. pleaded guilty in District Court here yesterday to passing a $50 no-fund check to Moore Chevrolet-Oldsmobile June 2 and was sentenced to the Kansas State Industrial Reformatory, Hutchinson, until discharged by law. The check was drawn on the First National Bank of Vinita. RCA Whirlpool Washer. 2-speed with lint filter, water level, 5 temperatures. Save $120. Criles. Adv. A fire in trash being hauled to the city dump yesterday caused an estimated $125 damage to a truck driven by Ralph Hopkins, 717 Olive, according to fire department records. Firemen were called to the dump. Chicken-Noodle Supper and Bazaar 8:00 p.m. Tues. Oct. 24 at Brown Schoolhouse. Children half price. Tauy Church. Adv. The Mobile Blood Unit will be at Ransom Memorial Hospital Monday between the hours of 5 and 7:30 p.m. Donors should call the hospital for appointments. Injured In Crash Clarence E. Cain, 30, RFD 1, Pomona, was taken to Ransom Memorial Hospital suffering from cuts and bruises received when the 1957 car he was driving struck a stone wall near the Douglas County line late yesterday according to sheriff's officers. Officers said the accident occurred on North Arthur Road about 10. The car received major damages. Alsa receiving major damages in a collision about 6:30 p.m. yesterday were cars driven by Glenn G. Jones, 22, 704 Cypress, and Eugene L. Smith, 41, Eureka. The collicion occurred on US50 a half-block east of the Williamsburg city park when the Jones car stalled in the highway after backing from a parking place, officers said. It was struck in the rear by the Smith car. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. On The Business Side What Would Mark Anthony Think? By DON SHIPMAN Contrary to Cleopatra's belief in milk baths as the secret for loveliness, Mrs. Middle Class America spends $86.87 a year at the beauty parlor, twice as much as the nation's $40 per capita ex- enditure for milk. She averages, according to a urvey by John H. Beck, Inc , eauty supplies manufacture; and Loan League and is a 3 2.8 visits a year, 1.9 each month year sequence of study. This if at. a cost average of $3.81 each Gilmore's third year of attend- .vhich brings the nation's beautv Deaths Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. Lincoln P.T.A. will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. The program will include music, a skit, and a talk about the Community Book Fair to be held in November. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. MRS. DORA MABLE JONES Mrs. Dora Mable Jones, 84, Albuquerque, N. M., former Ot- tawan, died early this morning at the Albuquerque hospital. She had been in poor health for several years. She was a resident for many years of Princeton and later came to Ottawa where she was a machine operator for Bruce Mfg. Co. She was born Dec. 6, 1876. She was married to Elva A. Jones who died in June, 1952. Surviving are one daughter Mrs. Ethel Goff, and one son Harold Jones, Albuquerque; sev eral grandchildren, one brother Theodore Johnson, Eads, Colo, nieces and nephews. The body will be brought tc McVey • Dengel Mortuary f o services. Milton Jameson, RFD 3, has been released from K. U. Medical Center where he was treated for injuries suffered recently in a car accident. He is recuperating at home. Funerals MRS. NELLIE M. CASH Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie Mae Cash will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. from th&'-'St Paul A.M.E. Church. Burial will be in Hope Cemetery. MRS. T. A. BARLOW Mrs. Mary A. Barlow, 73, dice at Ransom Memoriaal Hospita at 9:15 a.m. Saturday. She hac been in failing health about year. Mrs. Barlow was born July 1888, in Missouri, the daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mon roe. She married Thomas A Barlow in Olathe on July 2, 1952 He died on June 30, 1959. Surviving is one daughter, Mrs. Bertha Cooper, Paola. and received the tires as her award. Jess R. Gilmore, secretary, Ottawa Savings & Loan Association, was. among 89 representatives of savings and loan associations who attended the 13th annual Savings and Loan Institute for Junior Ex ecutives at the University of Kansas Oct. 12-14. The institute is sponsored by the Kansas Saving: ance. ;ales to $2.5 billion a year. Local Markets Soybeans $2.18 Wheat Milo Rye 1.83 1.75 .90 Shelled Corn 1.10 Ear Corn 1.05 Oats 75 Barley 95 Butterfat .48, 43 Eggs, straight run 22 Eggs, graded 33, .24, .20. Cocks 03 Hens .OS KC Markets d8h» SHRDLtT CMFWYP VBGK KANSAS CITY (AP) —Cattle: compared with last week's close: •laughter steers and heifers to 25 higher; calves to 1.00 higher; vealers steady; good to prime iteers 33.2S-28.00: good to prime hellers 32.lfO-24.25; good and choice calves IB.50-23.00; good and choice vealers 22.00-26.00; good to choice and fancy stackers and feeders 22.30-29.00; good to choice and fancy calves 22.50-35.00. Sheep: slaughter lambs 50-1.00 lower; ewes to 50 higher; feeder lambs to 1.00 lower; good to prime lambs 13.50 • 17.00; cull to good ewes 3.00-4.25; good and choice native feeder lambs 11.0012.50. Hogs: barrows and gilts to 25 lower; sows 50-75 lower; barrows and gilts 1-2-3 210-250 Ib 16.25-751-2 170-210 Ib 16.00-50: sows 1-3 300-400 Ib 14.75-15.15; 1-2 300 Ib and lighter to 16.'00; 3-3 400-600 Ib 14.00-15.00. Hospital Notes Admissions Melvin Sumner, RFD 2; Dessie : Baker, 931 S. Locust; Alfred W. Kohler, RFD 1, Wellsville; Clarence Cain, RFD 1, Pomona; Friday. John W. Elliott, 521 W. 2nd; Saturday. Dismissals Mrs. Alba Hewitt, 416 Willow; Friday. Clarence Cain, RFD 1, Pomona; Mrs. Roy Heckman, RFD 1; Mrs. Pearl Martin, 110 Maple; Mrs. Mark Nesbit and baby daughter, 1426 S. Cedar; Mrs. James Poe and baby son, Rantoul; James Jennings, Sheldon hall; Saturday. Paratroopers Hurt In Jump FT. JACKSON, S. C. (AP)Seventeen paratroopers went to the hospital with injuries ranging from,? broken bones to bruises after a jump of more than 1,200 men at this Army reservation Friday. None of the injuries to the members of the 82nd Airborne Division, Ft. Bragg, N. C., was serious. The number, however, was higher than the norm of less than one per cent injured in jumps. The practice assault, called Operation Apache, was carried out against an "aggresor" force of about 200 Ft. Jackson soldiers. The jump was made by the 82nd's Second Airborne Battle Group, 501st Infantry. Since 1950, the umber of shops has increased rom 72,000 to 140,000. About 1959, salon permanents started to exceed i o m e sales (in dollars) by--' 14 per cent. By* that year, too, Shtpman ;he American woman began to change the shade of her hair as casually as that of her lipstick. During 1961, for the first time, coloring, which now accounts for 30-40 per cent of the shop's profit, has surpassed permanents as the backbone of the business. To day, it is estimated, four out of 10 women use some kind of hair color. Don Lauver, manager of Edmi ston's, announced this week that Bob Williams, of lola, will be the new watchmaker for the watch and jewelry department. Williams has had 13 years of experience in watch, clock and jewelry repair. Earl Sclunanke and Bill Coons, Hubbard Lumber Co., now are exclusive dealers for the Nationally Advertised Armco Fallout shelters. There are two kinds of Armco Fallout shelters, the "basement" shelter and the "Underground" shelter. Both are Office of Civil Defense approved and are designed to protect the family against atomic fallout and radiation. Frank Wise, Franks Radio & TV, affiliated with Crites Appliance Center, has been certified as a qualified electronic technician under a nation-wide program sponsored by the Howard W. Sams & Co., Indianapolis, Ind. The Sams company is the electronic industry's impartial testing and laboratory service. Russ and Lucy Crites, Crites Appliance Center, will leave for a week's vacation in Las Vegas Nov. 6. They were selected as one of the top dealers in the Kansas City area in sales of RCA Whirlpool products. The trip is the award given. Harold Leitnaker, Davis Paint, is now the dealer for the Pfaltzgraff Gourment line of pottery. Each piece is oven-ware and is made of quality ceramics perfectly designed for casual cooking and living. The pottery is manufactured in York, Penn. John Bestwater, 413 South Mulberry, Standard Oil Co., will attend a 3-day meeting in Kansas City this week, conducted by the operations department for the construction and maintenance men of this area. He also visited the firm's refinery at Sugar Creek. Wellsville News Beer sales in food chains with .wo or more stores rose almos 12 per cent in the last year. In 1959, the food chains sold $194, 000,000 worth of beer, and in 1960, they were $217,000,000. In some stores beer sales rep resented as much as 5 per cen of the total sales volume for th year. The Dun & Bradstreet Bail Wholesale Commodity Price In dex of 30 basic commoditie (1930-1932 equals 100), was 274 39 on Wednesday, Oct. 18 against 273.80 a week ago. Th Weekly Wholesale Food Price In dex, representing the total of the price per pound of 31 foods in general use, remained the same as last week at $5.99 This is .7 per cent below the corresponding level of last year. The Ottawa Association of Life Underwriters held their monthly breakfast meeting Friday at the North American Hotel. J. Eldon Bailey, First Vice President of the state association, Kansas City, was the speaker. His topic was a report on the National Association Of Life Underwriters convention which was held in Denver several weeks ago. He presented the local chapter a plaque which signified the chapter's achievement of being first in new membership for the state. Harry Smith, Harry Smith Auto Supply and dealer for Gates tires in this area, installed a set of four premium Gates on Mrs. Doris Massey's automobile this week. Mrs. Massey, 122 West 10th, was a winner on the television show, "It Could Be You," Honor Students Announced By BERNICE IIOLDEN Students at Wellsville Junior- ienior High School named to the ligh honor roll must have a grade point average of 3.75 or more. On the high honor roll for the irst six v/eeks are: Eighth Grade — Peggy O'Neil and Teresa Slaven; Ninth Grade — Sheia Dominick and Janice Vickers; Tenth Grade — Bill Coughlin, Dean Lawrenz and Marilyn Shoemaker; Eleventh Grade — Donald Good; Twelfth Grade — Lois Chesbro, Elaine Evans and Lois Ware. A student must have a grade point average of 3.15 or all B's on his grade. card to be named to the honor roll. On the honor roll are: Seventh Grade — Jay Barnett, Pamela Flynn, Patty Corsage, Idonna Haney, Victor Harrison and Ted Hollen; Eighth Grade — Gary Davenport, Steve Hughes, Robert Kohler and Carol Warnock; Ninth Grade — Mary Burrell, Elaine Christy, Karyl Higbie, Gary Knight, Donnie Poole and Cheryl Rogers; Tenth Grade — Bill Coffey, Kay Ledom and Robert Scott; Eleventh Grade — Nancy Barnett, David Beasley, Karen Clayton, Larry Denton, Janet Hall, Cheryl Haney, Nancy Harris, Douglas Higbie; 0 m e r a Knoop, Carol Lawrenz, Linda Mitchell, Dale O'Connor, Pamela Poole, Charlotte Rogers, Lois Schendel, Wanda Triplet! and John Treas; Twelfth Grade — Linda Clayton, Ruth Cobb, Billie Ferguson, Dale Miller, M e 1 b a Todd, and Mary Vandeventer. Mrs. Harold Wingert attended the Kansas School Health Council at the Kansas University Medical Center. May See "Hawaii" In Two Evenings see By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP)-Like to Hawaii" in two evenings? It's possible, but as of now you'll get the film in one sitting. Faced with the task of putting the immense James Michener novel on the screen, producer- director Fred Zinnemann toyed with the revolutionary idea of do- were his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Warnock, LaJunta, Colo. Mrs. Mary Scott moved the first of October to an apartment at Mrs. Nell Smith's home. This week, Mrs. Scott was in Kansas City with her sister, Mrs. A. C. Liter, and attended the American Royal with her. Mrs. Scott returned to Wellsville Friday. Mrs. Nelson O'Connor, Mrs. Paul O'Neil, Mrs. Ed More and Mrs. Roy Burbridge returned Thursday from a 4-day trip to the Ozarks. They oarticipated in the Ava, Mo., Glade Foilage tour. From there they went to the Shepherd of the Hills country and on to Eureka Springs, Ark. A representative of Spofford Home, Dorothy Rhone, Kansas City, was the afternoon speaker at the October luncheon meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Wellsville Methodist Church. Spofford Home is for mentally disturbed children and is partially supported by the W.S.C.S. There are 28 children in the home at present, ranging in age from Mrs. ing it in two complete movies. His backers, United Artists and the Mirish Co., went along. Now United Artists has changed its corporate mind The present concept is a one-evening movie. That is the reason for the change of writers from a two-evening man, Daniel Taradash ("From Here to Eternity," "Picnic") to Dalton Trumbo ("Spartacus.") "It's possible that we might go back to the two-evening idea—if we get a tremendously exciting script," said Zinnemann. Meanwhile he will not make his moves until he has the script in hand. "I am in no hurry," he said. "Films like 'Hawaii' take time; 'Ben-Hur' was on the planning boards for 10 years at MGM. I think it is a mistake to start making commitments with actors be- 'ore you have a fairly complete script." Paul Newman should feel rosy. The Hustler" and "Paris Blues" are the No. 1 and 2 box office draws in the country. Groucho Marx was happy with (us dramatic debut on G. E. Theater—so happy he invited all the set workers to lunch at his expense. A sound man told me it had never happened to him before in 30 years of labor in the studios. Rock Hudson dates only Marilyn Maxwell these days, but friends doubt if their longtime friendship will flower into marriage. They say he is still shaken 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 .. $1.50 Classified Display (Local) I3c per line. Out nf trade territory, 5c per word per insertion, no discount. Classified Display (National) 20c per un« Special Discount Contract Rates Available 7 to 18. They usually are there for 2 to 5 years. Hostesses for the luncheon wereMrs. Oliver Neis,, chairman; Mrs. John Neis, Mrs. Carl War nock and Mrs. Lowell Collins. The tables were decorated with chrysanthemums and euroymous Pomona Area News By MARY HUDELSON Judy Austin, Sullivan, Mo., is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cain. The Cains drove to Warrensburg for her last Sunday and will take her home Oct. 23. They have been pen pals for some time. Both Miss Austin and Mr. Cain have suffered polio. They met through an organization of Disabled Citizens of America. Before returning home, Mr. and Mrs. Cain will make a short trip through the Ozarks. On Tuesday evening they all went to Topeka to see Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hale. Charge Two With Vagrancy Two men arrested here early today are being held on vagrancy charges, according to Police Chief Eugene Flaherty. Flaherty said the men, Clyde S. Kooser, 48, Nortonville, and Lloyd E. Milene, 35, St. Charles, Minn., were arrested about 4 a.m. by Capt. David Griffin and Patrolman Fred Espinosa. He added that the men, who reportedly gave conflicting statements to officers, were reported in several different parts of town prior to their arrest. Marriage Licenses Floyd H. Milton, 40, and Eloise M. Hughes, 34, both of Ottawa. Card of Thanks We wish to thank all of those people who visited us during open house Oct. 15 and many many thanks for the' beautiful flowers, cards, and gifts. — Mr. and Mrs. George E. Ferguson. —8 Lost and Found LADIES gold billfold on West 3rd. 3 weeks ago. CH 2-3111. it with and Mr:;. . .erle it Wash., arrived Sunday for a vis- Twenty one members and two guests, Miss Rhone and Mrs. Wendell Knabe, Edgerton, were present. Reported at roll call were 109 cards sent, 106 calls made and 50 flowers given. Devotions were given by Mrs. Raymond Cobb, taking her text from Revelations on the subject, "I Am The Church". The worship period closed with the group repeating the words of an appropriate hymn. Mrs. James Bosworth reported on the ham and turkey supper being planned for the evening of Nov. 8 in the basement at the Wellsville Methodist Church. Serving starts at 5:30 p.m. Approximately 75 persons attended the Miami Association Leadership Training session in Wellsville Baptist Church Monday night. Courses offered and instructors were as follows: "The Superintendent And His Task" — Mrs. 0. D. Garrett; "Understanding Youth" — Rev. Harry Opperman, Paola; "Adult Classes in the Church School"— Rev. Thomas Ingle, Ottawa; "A Brief Survey of the Old Testament" — Dr. W. H. Dickinson, Ottawa. The Leadership Training School is being held three Monday nights in succession including last Monday night and Oct. 23 and 30 at 7:30. A fellowship period was held at 8:30 p.m. Rev. Homer Ganong will lead the devotional period at the coming sessions. The reports of the success of the first underwater firing of one of its rockets by the USS Ethan Allen, largest of the Polaris-firing atomic submarines, held special significance for Mr. and Mrs. Emery Reeves. Their son, Donald Reeves, is serving aboard the Ethan Allen. Reeves is stationed at Mystic, Conn. The site of the underwater launching Monday was southeast of Cape Canaveral. Edgar Gilbert and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Hiner is a sister of Mrs. Todd and Mr. Gilbert. Kayettes at Wellsville High School held a regular meeting Tuesday. Each girl who has sold $25 or more of magazine subscriptions in a recent fund-raising drive received a citation from Educational Reader Service, Inc. Ruth Ann Cob has sold $121 worth of subscriptions and received both a citation and a gold award pin with numerals 100 on it. She will receive a gift of a radio next week. Several girls who sold four subscriptions or one magazine will each receive a stuffed dog. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Sieg and boys were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lindahl, Falun, and Mrs. Agda Johnson, Marquette. Mrs. Lindahl remained for a longer visit and will be here until Tuesday. Attending the fall meeting of the Ottawa District W.S.C.S. Thursday at Ottawa's First Methodist Church were Mrs. W. D. Farney, Mrs. Jennie Lytle, Mrs. Powena Pinkerton and Mrs. Clarence Coffman. The Wellsville Rebekah Lodge will hold a rummage sale in the Memorial auditorium at Ottawa on Wednesday, Oct. 25. Carl Warnock is on a 3-week vacation from his work as assistant cashier at the Wellsville Bank. He will return to his work Oct. 30. During the vacation Mr. and Mrs. Warnock have visited their daughter and family at Leavenworth and the families of both their daughter and son in Ottawa. They went to see the American Royal and were in Kansas City a couple of other times. Arriving Tuesday for a week's visit with the Carl Warnock's up—financially and otherwise—by his last marriage. "Town Without Pity" is an arresting study of rape by an occupying army, a theme as old as the Roman Empire. The film concerns four American soldiers who ravish a German maid and the furor that follows. Kirk Douglas plays the defense lawyer who tries to prove the GIs had provocation. The picture ends unhappily for all the characters and, very possibly, for German-American relations. Much of the drama is honest and convincing but would have been more effective with a more conclusive ending. Not for children. -9 Notices WE BUY Used guns and pistols. Brown's Main. Hardware. 1540 S. Nurseries Seeds — Plants —16 CHRYSANTHEMUMS - Cut flowers, Many colors. A. F. Lewis, CH 2-3270. Red brick house west of County farm. Honor Five For Distinguished Service Distinguished Service plaques were awarded to several persons at the Ottawa University Centennial Convocation banquet last evening in Wilson Field House on the 0. U. campus. Recipients of the bronze plaques were given recognition in the fields of community leadership, Christian statesmanship, business management, social service and business leadership. Those receiving the awards: F. R. Bennett F. R. Bennett, recognized for community leadership, has been active in the interests of the community of Ottawa, and Ottawa University over a long period of years. He is president of the Bennett Creamery, Ottawa, and was president of the American Butter Institute in 1854. He attended Ot- tawa University from 1911 to 1913, and the University of Wisconsin Dairy School for one year. He has been a member of the Bennett firm since 1905 and an officer since 1913. Bennett is a veteran of World War I, and a past commander of Warren Black Post No. 60, American Legion, Ottawa. He is a member of the First Methodist Church, and served the church as a trustee for many years. He has been secretary of the Ransom Memorial Hospita! Association since its founding in 1932. At the present time Bennett is president of the Ottawa Building and Loan Association and a director of the Kansas State Bank, and the Kansas Loan Company. Bennett is a Mason, a Shriner, a former president of the Ottawa Kiwanis Club, past chairman of the Franklin County District of Boy Scouts, and a member of the advisory committee. Kaw Council, Boy Scouts of America. Frank Carlson Senator Frank Carlson of Concordia, received a plaque giving him recognition for Christian statesmanship. While serving with distinction in the United Slates Senate he has also been an active Baptist layman, guided by Christian principles. In the Senate he is a member of many .important committees, including finance, foreign relations, postoffice and civil service, joint committee on internal revenue, appropriations (ex officio) and special committee on aging. He was elected to the Kansas House of Representatives in 1928 and served two terms. From 1932 to 1934 he was chairman of the Republican State Committee. In 1934 he was elected to the national House of Representatives and served six terms. He was elected governor of Kansas in 1946 and re-elected in 1948. In 1950 he was elected to the United States Senate. Norwood Jones Norwood L. Jones, New York City, merchandising executive for S. H. Kress and Company, was given recognition for business management. He is president of the New Jersey Baptist Convention; vice chairman of the North American Advisory Committee, International Missionary Council, and a former member of the Board of American Baptist Foreign Mission Society. For 13 years he was chairman of the commission on finance of the New Jersey Baptist Convention. He was honored with a Certificate of Achievement by that organization in 1960. He graduated from Ottawa University in 1930. Mrs. A. Miller Mrs. Adrian Miller, who graduated from Ottawa University in 1940, earning the Ellen Sheldon Penney award for highest grades in her class, is a resident of Topeka. She was given recognition for social service. In 1955 she was named Topeka Woman of tho Year. She is a member of the governor's committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped and was a delegate to the 1960 White House Conference on Children and Youth. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have three children. She is concert mistress of the Topeka Civic Symphony orchestra. She has been very active in the Kansas Association for Retarded Children and received the president's award in 1957 for service to the organization. Bert Nicol Bert Nicol, of Kansas City, who attended Ottawa University in 1898 and 1899, was given recognition for business leadership. He was associated with the J. C. Penney stores from 1911 to 1930, mainly as store manager. He operates a modern farm, near Lawrence. He is a Rotarian and a member of the board of directors of Trinity Lutheran Hospital in Kansas City for 22 years. He was honored by that board in 1959 with a special recognition for his services. Worker Killed In Explosion KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)-An explosion of tar-heating equipment took the life of George Doyle, 29- year-old roofer, Friday. The blast doused Doyle with flaming kerosene and hurled him 75 feet. MaleJHclp Wanted —19 MARRIED Men to 38 to service established customers. $80.00 guaranteed per week plus expenses. For interview & appointment — Phone CH 2-2447. CASH—Funeral services for Nellie Mae Cash will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Monday in St. Paul's A.M.- E. Church. Interment will be in Hope Cemetery. Cotoner's UEPtNPABlE AMUULAN OTTAWA. Men and Women _JV anted —23 SALES~EXECUTlVE 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 ambifcion 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. Female Help Wanted—24 WAITRESS - Evening shift. CH 2-9746. Red Rooster. Apply in person. RECORD JONES — Funeral services for Mrs. Dora Mable Jones who passed away early this morning at Albuquerque, N. M. are incomplete and will be announced Monday. McVey-DENGEL MORTUARY Ph. CH 2-2323 SALE DATES Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Oct. 21 — Mrs. Charles Kline. Farm Sale-3 miles South and li mile West of Miller—11:00 a.m. Oct. 23 — C. C. Brannan Estate, 'A 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 — Osage City, Kas. Oct. 27—Emporla Livestock Sale Co. Emporla, Kas. Oct. 28 — Franklin County Sale Co., L»- cust It Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday. Locust & Wilson. Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 26—Waverly Livestock Sale, Waverly, Knncas. Oct. 27 — Donation Sale Christian Church Princeton, Kansas. Oct. 30 — Special Stocker & Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Wilson it Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Oct. 26—Night Consignment Horst Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa, Kas. Printy and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Thuesda* night 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Thursdaf night, 1136 N. Main. Oct. 21 — Dover Moving Is Storage Co., 334 N. Main Ottawa, 1 p.m. Storage Auction. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, Ovirbrook, Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5595 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Sale located one mil* East of Main on Wilson, every Saturday, 1 p.m.

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