8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October 23, 1901 News Briefs Patrons of the Fouts School District will hold a second meeting to discuss proposals under the state school unification act. The meeting will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, at Fouts School. The first meeting was last Thursday night. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. The Ruhamah Baptist Church "Lord's Acre" sale will be Saturday, Oct. 28, at the church three miles southwest of Rantoul. Dinner will be served at noon, and the sale will begin at 1 p.m. Hay, grain, livestock, poultry and many other items will be sold. Rummage Sale Wed. 25th 9 a.m. Memorial Auditorium. Wellsville Rebekah Lodge. The Shut-In Circle has changed its meeting day from Friday to Tuesday. The October meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Anna Bryan, 821 N. Poplar. Nine weeks till Christmas Wright's Studio. Adv. Budget Special—Cold Wave complete $5, downstairs location. Ellas Beauty Salon. CH 2-4298. Adv. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Raymond Kinsley, Crestview nursing home; Saturday. Gerald "Boscoe" Smith, Williamsburg; Mrs. John Berger, Pomona; Mrs'. Pearl Martin, 110 Maple Sunday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hanes, RFD 3, daughter born Oct. 21, weight, 5 lb., 10 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Harry Claborne, 720 Lincoln; Saturday. Mrs. Walter Lassen, Overbrook; Frank Jones, 429 S. Locust; Mrs. Rex Weigand, RFD 3, transferred to St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City; Sunday. Mrs. Norbert Backs and baby daughter, 618 E. 9th; Mrs. T. T. Johnson, 1042 S. Main; Monday. Alfred E. McCann, 20, RFD 2, Pomona, was among six persons cited by state troopers over the weekend for moving traffic violations. McCann, cited Saturday, was charged with failing to stop at a stop sign and failing to have a driver's license on his person, according to County Court records. RCA Whirlpool Gas Combination Washer Dryer with builtin water heater. One only. Was $579.95. Now $399.95. Crites. Adv. Albert Dunbar and Mrs. Herbert McClure were re-elected Saturday night as Richmond's agricultural and 4-H representatives to the Franklin County extension council. Mrs. Raymond Wagner was elected home economics representative. Funerals HARRY S. GIBSON Funeral services for Harry Stuart Gibson, who died Oct. 15, were from Towner's Chapel Oct. 20. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Dean Zook sang hymns, accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Pallbearers were R. G Sleppy, Alvin Breithaupt, Raymond Scott, Wayne O'Connor, Wai ter McMillan and William Houdashelt. Burial was in Walnut Creek Cemetery. NICK BOWMAN The funeral for Nick Bowman was at St. John's Catholic Church, Greeley, Thursday. Mr. Bowman, 89, died at the Garnett Hospital. He had been living at the home of his daugh- :er, Mrs. Stella Wernsman until lie was taken to a nursing home two months ago following a stroke. Surviving is the daughter. Burial was at Westphalia. MRS. DORA M. JONES Funeral services for Mrs. Dora M. Jones, Albuquerque, N. M., who died Oct. 21, will be held al McVey-Dengel Mortuary Tu day at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Princeton Cemetery. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Ethel Goff, and one son, Harold Jones, Albuquerque; four grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, one brother, Theodore Johnson, Eads, Colo.; and one sister, Mrs. Leona Kirkpatrick, Federal Way, Wash. Chicken-Noodle Supper and Bazaar 6:00 p.m. Tues. Oct. 24 at Brown Schoolhouse. Children half price. Tauy Church. Adv. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-^31..... adv. Van Chang, an Ottawa University student from Hong Kong, was the speaker at the meeting of the Ottawa Lions Club at noon today. He also showed slides of his native country. 2 Collisions In County One car was wrecked and two others received major damages in accidents in the county yesterday morning, sheriff's officers said. Wrecked was a 1949 car driven by June Schulz, 38, rural Rantoul, offices said. The Schulz car reportedly collided with a 1959 pick-up truck driven by Harley A. Tucker, 33, 1016 Cottonwood, two and a half miles south of Rantoul on South Jackson Road about 10:20, as they crested a hill. Cindy K. Tucker, 4, a passenger in the pick-up truck, received cuts and bruises. Also receiving major damages was a 1957 car driven by Carol A. Sleichter Callahan, 18, 115 S. Cedar, which ran into a ditch south and east of Pomona after a rear tire blew out about 10:45. No citations were issued. These Signatures Ruled Invalid On Protest Lists Listed below are the names of more than 200 persons. These are he names stricken off a recent petition submitted to the City Commission. Most of the names, according to ;hose who presented the petition, were taken off because they did not appear exactly as they appear on the poll books. The petition opposed a revenue jond ordinance approved by the commission. The ordinance would permit sale of $780,000 in revenue 3ond, the money to be used in purchase of a 3500KW gas diesel generator. Many of the names eliminated were removed because of use of or failure to use an initial, or use of a Christian name when initials were used on the poll books. For example the name of Orville Jones was stricken because his name appears as Orville D. Jones on the poll books. Another example is that of B. Smith Haworth, retired OU professor. His name was eliminated because poll books carry his name as Smith B. Haworth. Listed below are the names as they appear on the petition. The list was compiled by those who oppose the ordinance and are planning a court test on the petitions. Mrs. W. W. Ralston, Orville Jones, Mrs. Orville Jones, Mrs J. F. Heckman, Mrs. Virginia L. Clark, Mrs. R. J. Hoffman, Mrs. W. E. O'Neal, Mrs. Jack W. Ten-ill, R. H. Roseberry, Mrs C. E. Haynie, Francis Albright, Mrs. L. H. Day, L. H. Day, Nick Kirst, Mabel Irene Hay, C. M Lusk, Lily Mary Clark, Clifford B. Adkinson, Eva M. Hanes, El va Toumberlin, F. Kissinger, Wil iam Gower and Mrs. Rosetta Gower; Neva L. Engstrom, Mrs. Shirey M. Bacon, Lena M. Hardage, lyde 0. Lunger, W. A. Cochran, Ramona N. Lunger, John Dryden, lare Shadle, Frieda M. Harber, Fred C. Unger, Mrs. Carl W. Bennett, Robert Victor Simms, Irene Shadle, Hazel B. Liggett, Bess Shenk, James E. Wallen, Mrs. J. E. Wallen, Mrs. Olive Smith, Beulah A. Anderson, Mrs. Carl H. Senter, Herbert A. Harah, Naomi A. Harrah; William F. Crow, James Alexander, Catheryn C. McClure, Mrs. F. W. Henseick, Mrs. L. W. Lotspeich, William A. Cotter, Nelson Peed, Nancy E. Whitaker, Minor Joe Hartley, Mrs. Harry Lidikay, Rosella C. Rodgers, Clara M. Gibson, B. Smith Haworth, Esther Haworth, Melba Mangan, Orville Hayward, Robert N, Graham, Earl Smith, Alice J. Gibbons, Mrs. Howard Huston, Fred Kaub, Galen Bristow, Francis C. Arnold, Mrs. 0. Hashman Sr.; Jesse Shisler, H. A. Martin, Maud Shields, Henry 0. Gilroy, Mrs. Johnnie Higgins, Milton R. Shoger, Mrs. Paul Beasley, Owen Gotschall, Ray Johnson, Betty J. Reneau, Minnie Albright, Mrs. Frank Bingaman, Mrs. E. C. Twining, Leo Salb, Ann Salb, Mrs. Hal McCoy, Frank Melroy, Helen M. Steelman, Shirley L. White, Charles Rhoads, Letha Lee Thompson, Phyllis K. Jones, Sidney Lee Thompson, Glenn E. White; Richard Fritts, Bulah R. Wilhite, Eula M. Wadkins, William Priddy, Marguerite A. Rees, Donald Crawford, Dale D. Brown, Juanita E. Brown, Marie J. Hufstedler, Cora A. Sheldon, Elsie Crawford, Lula F. Steen, Mary E. Carlson, Mrs. Edna P. Wilson, Plan Spiritual Life Mission At Faith Lutheran Church Local Markets Soybeans $2.18 Wheat 1.83 Milo 1.75 Rye .90 Shelled Corn 1.10 Ear Corn 1.05 Oats 75 Barley 95 Cutterfat 48, 43 Eggs, straight run 22 Eggs, graded 33, .24, .20 Cocks 03 Hens .OS KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) - Hogs ,500; barrows and gilts mostly steady; sows steady; 1-3 210-270 lb barrows and gilts 16.25-50; 1-3 300-400 lb sows 15.00-75. Sheep 3,000; lambs steady to 50 higher; ewes firm; feeders steady. Good to prime lambs 15.00-17.00; cull to good ewes 3.00-4.50; good and choice feeders 11.50-12.50. Cattle 12,500; calves 1,000; steers and heifers strong to 25 higher; cows steady to 25 higher; vealers steady; stockers and feeders steady to 25 higher; good to choice steers 22.75-25.50; good to high choice heifers 22.50-24.25; utility : and commercial cows 15.0016.50; good and choice vealers 23.00-26.00; good and choice stockers and feeders 22.50-26.25. Charge Salinan SALINA (AP)-Rudolph Hopkins, 33, was arraigned today on a second degree murder charge in the stabbing of Walter Lee Thomas, 23, at a Negro cafe Saturday. Magistrate Lou Tickel of city court ordered Hopkins held under $25,000 bond and set the preliminary hearing for Nov. 9. Says U.S. Can Crush Any Foe WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of State Dean Rusk, backing a Pentagon official's declaration that the United States has the retaliatory power to crush any aggressor, says any U.S. approach to negotiation with the Soviet Union would be from a position of strength. Rusk emphatically identified himself Sunday with the assessment of U.S. military power by Roswell L. Gilpatric, deputy secretary of defense. In a speech Saturday night, Gilpatric said the United Staes "has a nuclear retaliatory force of such lethal power that an enemy move which brought it into play would be an act of selfdestruction on his part." Appearing on a television interview program — ABC — "Issues and Answers" Rusk was asked what made it possible now for the administration "to speak out so confidently and positively" on U.S. military power. "I think this is a point about which there ought to be more general public understanding, because when you are in problems of negotiation, the question inevitably comes up from time to time whether you are negotiating from a position of strength or of weakness or whether you have cause to be nervous or confident," Rusk replied. "The point is that the United States and its allies are strong, Mr. Khrushchev must know that we are strong, and he does know that we are strong." At the same time, Rusk discounted speculation that the U.S. position had hardened in its approach to a Berlin settlement. REV. ALBERT L. KOHTZ Charge Two In Collisions Two persons were cited as the result of collisions here Saturday and Sunday, according to police records. Cited were Rose J. Cathcard, 42, RFD 2, and N. C. Reimer, 71, 220 S. Maple, records showed. The Cathcard car reportedly collided with one driven by Thelma V. Jones, 34, RFD 1, Pomona, as it was being backed from a parking lot in the 100 block on West Powhattan about 4:30 p.m. Saturday. Rose Cathcard was cited for being involved in a collision while backing. Reimer, driver of a 1935 pickup truck, was going east on 4th when his vehicle collided with a 1959 station wagon driven by Eugenia A. Meeker, 18, 213 Red Jacket. The station wagon was going south on Locust at the time of the collision, about 9 a.m. Sunday. Reimer was cited for failing to have a driver's license and failing to yield the right of way. Two other collisions resulted in damages to four cars, police records showed. Cars driven by Maurice A Rodgers, 44, 304 S. Mulberry, and Jean Arlene Tillery, 17, RFD 2, collided on the Main Street Bridge after Rodgers stopped suddenly, the rear of his southbound car being struck by the Tillery car. Eugene Wayne Patterson, 6, a passenger in a car driven by William M. Roberts, 810 S. Cherry, received two cuts on the head when the Roberts car and one driven by Thelma L. Arnold, 33, 841 S. Cherry, collided at 7th and Poplar about 1 p.m. Sunday. Both cars received major damages. Ottawa's Faith Lutheran Church, 316 E. 12th, will take part this week in a state-wide Lutheran Spiritual Life Mission. Special "open house" services will be at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday. The Rev. Albert L. Kohtz, St. Paul, Neb., will be the guest leader. The Rev. Kurt E. Jungel, Faith pastor, said the purpose of the program is to deepen the spiritual life of the local church and to strengthen its outreach in the community. The special services will be informal, and persons attending will have an opportunity to ask questions about the Bible, Christian teachings and the Lutheran Church. Activities will include meetings with all church organizations and boards. The guest leader will offer recommendations where church problems are concerned. Earlier this year, members of the church prepared a self-study of the church and community. The guest leader will review an analysis of this study. Special emphasis will be placed on . stewardship, education and the evan gelism program. Mr. Jungel said a "Youth for the Kingdom" banquet will be at Faith Lutheran Church at Topeka at 6 p.m. Saturday. Young people of the Ottawa church are invited. On Sunday morning, Mr. Kohtz will speak to the Sunday School and Bible classes. He also will preach. Sunday evening, Mr. Kohtz will meet with the church council. A social hour will precede the meeting. Mr. Jungel said the public is invited to attend the special services Thursday and Friday nights, the Topeka banquet and the Sunday morning and evening services. Mrs. Cecil E. Cowden, Freda Griffin, E. E. Roberts, C. E. Crawford, Byron E. Figgins, Kenneth R. Norton, Jerry P. Bowman, Mrs. David Burgoon, Miss Anna Smith, Luran M. Smith; Mrs. Dollie J. Head, Mrs. Maude Clyde, Clara M. Blair, Estelle M. Hogan, Mrs. Ruby Van Loenen, Mrs. Ruby Tyson, Mabel J. Gilliland, Frances Louise Howard, T. A. Gabhard, Fred Davis, Josie B. Anderson, Esda L. Shipps, Herb Branson, Mary M. Sitzer, Eli Clavel, Donald E. Jones, Gail V. Louk, G. L. Knight, Veril S. Pettit, Joyce J. Ruble, Deck Jones, R. E. Watkins, Adam R. Fenton, Otto A. Moel- !er, Mrs. Jane Hughes; Mrs. B. W. White, Martha Anderson, Mrs. N. A. Chambers, Iva Dean Hall, Leland C. Babcock, Edna S. Cowdin, Elva A. Kinney Mrs. Audrey Catuska, Mrs. Wayne E. Young, Mrs. A. E. Beaman, Robert A. Mitchell, Nora E. Hosier, Gary D. Gorton, Mrs, Rita J. Blanton, Mrs. Earl Ware, J. H. Towner, Vernon E. Honn, Mrs. J L. Rokes, Grace M. Constant, Joe C. Picrson, Ruth E. Pierson, Elmo W. Skidmore, Nora L. Skidmore, Marion Eldridge, Bertha H. Johnson; Clarence W. Hegberg, Mrs. Ber tha Shubert, Norma E. Waymire, Verda G. Jones, Irene M. Unruh, Marjorie J. Reynolds, Nina M Dixon, Frank Gaddis, Jack H. Marconette. Dewar F. Kyle, Betty Myers, William E. Evey, Mrs. Lee Carter, Charles Phillips Thomas B. Powers, Mrs. Clara M. Barnes, Mrs. Ekla B. Cambell, Walter L. Dengel, Clovice A. Dengel, Mrs. Jack R. Elder, Geo Lyle Enyart, Willard Rodgers Betty L. Scott, Evelyn Esther Fou shee; Thomas H. Morse, Dorothev E Dawson, Mrs. Carrie Pratt, Mrs Pete Geiler, Mr. Marion S. Smith Mrs. Betty L. Smith, Rosa Kirk wood, Mrs. Arthur White, Nellie Dunbar, Marjorie M. Collins, Oli va Baxter, Gladys Baxter, Maxine V. Arnold, Joe Reams, John H Edgar, Avis A. Allman, Ida La Verne Cramer, Harry Dodd, Eli zabeth Cummings James G Gladstone, B. L. Dick, Alvin M Ellis, Elizabeth Floyd, Willa H Henderson; Mrs. Ruth M. DePriest, Mrs K. E. Suffron, Mrs.' W. W. Whit acre, Mrs. Max W. Seymour, Mrs H. S. VanLoenen, Mrs. Ida E Mahoney, Mrs. Chas. Mavity, Sr. Mrs. Roy Johnson, C. Cade, Jack Serene, Wallace Hart, Mrs. Har vey Reeder, Arnold L. Allen, Don na A. Allen, Mrs. Fleda T. Drake Mrs. Alice M. Rhoads, Edwin E Schwarz, Alfonso Mages, Gerak Walburn, LeRoy D. Bien, Geralc W. Christian, Cora A. Johnson Wilma J. Bien, Bill E. Whitacre Mrs. Arthur J. Barnett, Myrtli A. Graham, Amy A. Manlove, Ad die H. Field, Myrs Myrtle R Brown, Clarence E. Crawford, Al va J. Hoover, James Warren, R L. Hartpence, Mrs. Mary G. Al tic, William Carlyle Whitcomb Mrs. Norma Burgoon, Clarence Nauman, Dale R. Willhite, Mrs Arda M. Nichols, James L. Os burn, M. M. Marmon, Ruby L Marmon, Bob Wilkerson, Otis J Wemmer, Alice H. Hysom, Rosa E. Lehew, Ralph Cochrane; Mrs. Eva E. Prager, Harry M Hjort, Kenneth E. Hollon, L. R McClay, D. S. Mudrick, Frank Price, Wm. V. (Bill) Becker, W L. Bothwell, Mrs. J. J. Smith, J E. Nelson, William G. Snedaker Arthur Jones, Helen Osburn, Merli Price, James Richard Bowen John Okerberg, John I Okerberg Jr., Iris D. Willhite. BARLOW—Funeral Services for Mary Barlow will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday in the Bethany Baptist Church. Interment will be in Hope Cemetery. Cotoner'g Deaths MRS. H. C. MILLIKEN Mrs. H. C. Milliken, 73, Wil- iamsburg, died in Ransom Memorial Hospital yesterday at 1 ).m. following a 4-day illness, she had been a Williamsburg res- dent 23 years, moving from Tecumseh. The former Mary Ellen Wilson, she was born Nov. 7, 1887, at Stull, in Douglas County. She was married Feb. 27, 1907, at Stull, :o Harley Churchill Milliken. She was a member of the E.U.B. Church at Big Springs and attended Williamsburg Methodist Church. Surviving are the widower, six sons, Kenneth Bryon, Sulphur Springs, Tex.; Harold Clifford, Topeka; Russell Wilford, Greenville, Miss.; Wendell Elwin, Hanford, Calif.; Orlin Merrill and Harley Vincent, Williamsburg; two daughters, Mrs. William Daseler, Stockton, Calif., and Mrs. Roberta Rogers, Overland Park; 21 grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Ora Baldwin, Topeka, and Mrs. Gus Hartman, Lecompton. Funeral services will be at Williamsburg Methodist Church Tuesday at 2 p.m., Rev. Roy Armstrong officiating. The sons will serve as pallbearers. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Williamsburg. GLENN D. BLAIR Glenn D. Blair, 70, totally dis abled World War I veteran, Nampa, Idaho, formerly of Ottawa, died at Nampa Oct. 21. He was a graduate of Ottawa High School in 1909 and of Ottawa University in 1913. He was born Nov. 18, 1890, at Salem, W. Va., and was the son of Rev. W. M. and Dora (Boy er) Blair. He taught at Fremont, Neb., prior to his military serv ice. Surviving are one daughter Mrs. G. P. Salle, Nampa; two granddaughters, and three broth ers, Hale B. Blair, Wayne M Blair and Wayland L. Blair, al of Ottawa. Hale Blair left yesterday for Nampa to attend the funera which will probably be Wednes day at Nampa. LONNIE C. FOX Lonnie Cecil Fox, 71, 329 A.sh died of a heart attack at hi home early Sunday morning. H< had been ill the past year. A retired oil company superin tendent, he had lived in Ottawa 12 years, moving from Indepen dence. He was a member of the Methodist Church and of the Ma sonic lodge at Jennings, Okla. He was born Aug. 22, 1890, a Wallace, W. Va. He married Lu cinda Stewart Dec. 27, 1913, a Clarksburg, W. Va. Surviving are the widow, two sons, Wilson C. Fox, Great Bend and Charles W. Fox, Edmonds Wash.; one daughter, Mrs Charles A. Payne, Wichita; sev en grandchildren, two brothers and three sisters. Services will be at the Lamb Funeral Home Wednesday at li a.m. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Independence, Kas. MRS. MARY BARLOW Mrs. Mary Barlow, 73, 935 King, died Saturday at 9:15 a.m in Ransom Memorial Hospita where she had been a patien since Sept. 19. She had been in failing health the past year. Born July 4, 1888, in Missouri she was the daughter of Samue and Dora (Roberts) Monroe. She was married first to Sam uel J. Pratt, in 1902. On July 2 1952, at Olathe, she was marriec to Thomas A. Barlow, who dice June 30, 1959. She was a member of Betham Baptist Church and was worthy RECORD JONES—Funeral Services for Mrs. Dora Mable Jones will be conducted from the Mortuary Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment Princeton Cemetery. McFADDEN — Funeral Services for Mrs. Anna J. McFadden who passed away early Sunday morning will be conducted from the Faith Lutheran Church Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Rev. Kurt Juengel officiating. Interment Vassar Cemetery, Vassar, Kansas. McVey-DENGEL MORTUARY Ph. CH 2-2323 counselor of Queens Court No. 4, Order of Calanthe. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Bertha Cooper, Paola, two grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at p.m. at Bethany Baptist Church, lev. S. E, Hopkins, Rev. Wiliam Bailey and Rev. E. H. Hill will officiate; Burial will be in lope Cemetery. MRS. ANNA J. McFADDEN Mrs. Anna J. McFadden, 61, RFD 4, died Sunday at 5:10 a.m. h Ransom Memorial Hospital. She had lived here since 1944, moving from Lawrence. Born March 17, 1900, at Lincoln, she was the daughter of John and Minnie (Wacker) Niehoff. On March 3, 1926, at Vassar, she was married to Earl L, McFadden who died June 5, 1961. One son, Ralph E., also is deceased. She was a member of Faith Lutheran Church. Surviving are three sons, Cla rence D. and Roy D., Ottawa, and Leo E., Alta Vista; two daughters, Mrs. William A. Ray, Lawrence, and Mrs. Clyde Harber, Ottawa; seven grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. Jake Hall, Mrs. Henry Hildebrandt and Mrs. Dan Arnold, Ottawa, and two brothers, George Niehoff, Quenemo; and John Niehoff, Denver, Colo. Services will be at Faith Lutheran Church Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Kurt Jucngel will officiate. Burial will be in Vassar Cemetery. SINCE 119* OI TA WA.K.A NSAS MILLIKEN - Mary Ellen, wife of Harley C., resident of Williamsburg for nearly 25 years, passed away yesterday. Funeral services will be held from the Williamsburg Methodist Church Tuesday, 2 P.M., Rev. Roy Armstrong officiating, interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery. FOX — Lonnie Cecil, passed away early yesterday at the home, 329 S. Ash Street. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Lamb Funeral Home; grave-side services at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Independence. Kansas. CH 2-3550 Legate Harlan Page Alton Rumford Ray V. Smith Harold Staadt Rex Welgand Ottawa Ottawa Lincoln Ottawa Lincoln Greenwood ani Pomona Commonltf Willie O. Cain William Darnell John D. R. Dennis Orville Flager Charles Hamilton Ralph Hamilton Edwin Pinkston Roy E. Reed Harold VanHorn Leo Wlttman Pomona Pomona Greenwood Greenwood Greenwood Pomona Greenwood Pomona Grenewood Pomona Richmond and Ohio Community Eugene Domnanlsh Ray Carey Charles Feucrborn Steve Hoelschor Edwin Horstick Donald Poss Dec Spaulding Melvln Stockard Earl Wall Jr. Leo Wlederholt Jr. Ohio Ohio Richmond Ohio Richmond Richmond Richmond Ohio Richmond Ohio Harrison and Peoria Community Raymond Carpenter J.' Lester Cramer Fred Frakcs Max Hunter Artls Hutehlnson Glenn Lancaster F. C. Sanford T. T. Sholton Robert W. Tulloss Elton Vlckers Peorla Peoria Harrison Harrison Feorla Harrison Harrison Peoria Harrison Peoria Hnmewood and Wllllamsbnrf Community Ervln Chambers Ernest Gentry Roy E. Herring Leslie Mallory Francis J. Miller Martin Ren Wayne Reichard Evreett Roecker Donald L. Smith Millard Wren Gordon Barnes wmiamsburc Williamsburg Homcwood Wllllamsburg Wllliamsbuzg Homewood, Homewood Homcwood Homewood Wlltlamsburg October 23, 1961 Legate (Published October 23, 1981) NOTICE OF MAIL ELECTION _. AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE Ballots lor the election of person* to the various community committees in Franklin County will be mailed on October 25, 1B61, to eligible voters on record In the Franklin ASC8 County Of- lice. In case any person fails to receive a ballot through the mail, such person may call at the ASCS county office, 201 W. 2nd. St. Ottawa. Kansas, and the request will be considered and ballot provided It appropriate. Ballots must be returned to the Franklin ASCS County Office, 201 W. 2nd. St. Ottawa, Kansas, or envelope be postmarked not Inter than November 6, 1961, to be counted. The ballots will be counted publicly by the ASC County Committee on November 13, 1961 beginning at 9:00 a.m. in the Franklin ASCS County Office, 201 W. 2nd St. Questions on elgibility to vote and hold office will be settled by the ASC County Committee. It Is expected that tics will be broken by a lot method. A slate of nominations for each community Is as set forth below for Franklin county. Appanoose an< Centropolii Community Name George Dillon Merle Fleming Lawrence Fuqua Earl Gllllland Charles Hatnner Max Hetrick Harry McNees Theo Nelson Arthur Rockhold Robert Steele Township Appanoose CentropolJs Appanoose Appannosc Centropolis Appanoose Centropolis Ccntropoll.i Centropolii Appanoose Cutler and I'nttawatomle Community George Alexander Edward Cooper Qrover O. Froggatt* Ralph Haney F. C. Hermcsmeyer Everett Hlgdon Hubert Licktetg Winston McKee John D. Moon H. L. Wilson Cutler Pottawatomle Cutler Pottawatomle Cutler Cutler Pottawatomle Cutler Pottawatomie Pottawatomie Franklin and Hayei Community Homer Baldwin Hayes Floyd Bishop Hayes Lester Coffman Franklin John Dougherty Hayes Ernest Harris Franklin Thomas McMillen Hayes Walter McMillen Franklin Lawrence Murphy Franklin Homer Perry Hayes H. D. Wingert Franklin Ottawa and Lincoln Community James Allen Ottawa Eugene Bush Lincoln Marvin Edwardi Ottawa Ray Farris Lincoln Darrell Macy Lincoln SALE DATES Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Oct. 23 — C. C. Brannan Estate, '/a mile South. 1 mile West, 1 mile South and V< 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. Emporia. Kas. Oct. 28 — Franklin County Sale Co., Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 30 — Special Stockcr & Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Wilson & Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 31 — Osage City Livestock Sale, Osage City. Kas. Nov. 2 — Chester Megonigle, Livestock & Machinery Sale 3 miles north, V4 mile east of Berryton, or 2 miles south and IVi miles east of 29th ti California, Topeka, Kas. at 11-.no a.m. Nov. 3 — Emporla Livestock Sale Co., Emporla, Kas. Nov. •» — Franklin County Sale Co. Wilson li Locust, Ottawa, Kas. 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, Kansas. Oct. 27 — Donation Bale Christian Church Princeton, Kansas. Oct. 30 — Special Stocker & Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Wilson & Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold — CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Oct. 20—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa. Kas. Oct. 27 — Scott Blow, Household goods, misc., 1 mile east l'/i south of Highland Cemetery. Nov. 9 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission. Nov. 21 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo, Nov. 30 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co. Printy and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Thuesdaj night 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Thursdaj night, 1136 N. Main. Jack Nelson Phone 4-*'-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 oil Wilson, every Saturday, 1 p.m. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save 50%-PayCash 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) 13c per line. Out of trade territory, 5c per word per insertion, no discount. Classified Display (National) 20c per un» Special Discount Contract Rates Available Cardjrf Thanks Your kindness "and sympathy meant so much to us in our hour of sorrow. We are deeply grateful. The Harry S. 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