The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 24, 1961 · Page 10
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Ottawa, Kansas
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VA THE OTTAWA HERALD IW Tuesday, October 24, 1961 News Briefs Co^ and Pcoria communities will hold a joint community meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Cole School. Patrons are asked to bring pies or doughnuts and personal table service. Children will be in costume. f Thomas J. Chappcll. 1.7, 1413 S. Main, was cited by state troopers yesterday for improper motor vehicle registration. He is to appear in County Court Oct. 28. Also charged in County Court here is Melvin Leroy Kneedler, 22, Baldwin, cited by sheriff's officers Oct. 21 on charges of reckless driving and driving 50 miles an hour in a 30-mile zone. First Methodist Church Chicken Noodle Supper, Thur. Oct. 26, 5:30, 65 cents and 50 cents. Adv. "Adolescence" was the subject of Mrs. Pauline Flynn, child welfare consultant for the State Department of Social Welfare, at a meeting in the city hall here today. Attending the meeting were welfare employees from Douglas, Anderson, Miami, Lynn and Franklin Counties. Lawrence Gcrvais, 21, Dodge City, pleaded guilty in County Court yesterday to petty larceny in the theft of 25 phonograph records and was sentenced to 18 days in the county jail, court re cords showed today. Your Prescription Drug Store Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main Adv Elks Club bridge tournamen prizes awarded last night were first, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Banks : second, Dr. and Mrs. John Hudel son; third, Mrs. Lena Fredeen ant Larry Crater; fourth, Mr. anc Mrs, Marion Perry, and fifth, Mr and Mrs. Bob Miller. Ted Hornecker, 843 S. Cherry underwent surgery Saturday in K.U. Medical Center, Kansas City Kas. He is in room 407-A. Dennis Griffin, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Clifford Girffin, 118 Maple has completed basic training a: Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and has been assigned to Fort Sam Hous ton, Tc>:. Rummage Sale Wed. 25th 9 a.m. Memorial Auditorium. Wells ville Rebekah Lodge. E. W. "Ted" Crandall, 524 S Cedar, has been moved to his home where he is recuperatin, from a recent heart attack.. He is improving but will b'8 5 a'«-I5$c patient for a couple of weeks yet. He may not have visitors for : another week or so. Mrs. Carl Hoffman, 820 Ash has returned to her home from K. U. Medical Center and is re cuperating at her home. Budget Special—Cold Wave complete $5, downstairs lo cation. Ellas Beauty Salon. CH 2-4198. ' adv Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hamilton nd family, Princeton, visited Walter New in St. Margarit's Hospital, Kansas City, Kas., incl report he is in fair condi- ion. Walter was taken to the inspital after he suffered a gun- hot wound Sunday at the Hamil- on farm. He underwent surgery upon arriveal at the hospital. He s in room 269. Turkeys, fresh oven dressed Murphy's Turkey Farm. TU 3-6618. Adv A Farm Bureau policy meet- ng will be Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Co-Op Hall. Pleads Innocent Of Assault Robert Dean, 18, 1027 N. Hickory, pleaded innocent in Police tourt today to a charge of assault. Dean, according to police records, was charged in a complain 1 with assaulting and beating Frank Hanson at 6th and Cedar abou! 7:15 p.m. Saturday. His bond was set at $50 pend ing trial Nov. 14. Also in Police Court today three persons forfeited bonds to taling $150. Three others were fined a total of $170 after plead ing guilty to moving traffic vio lations. Forfeiting bonds of $50 eacl were Virgil R. Gumm, 35, 1105 N. Main, charged with beinp drunk Oct. 19; and Clyde S Kooser, 48, Nortonville, ant Lloyd E. Milene, 35, St. Charles Minn., charged with vagrancj Oct. 21. Fined after pleading guilty were N. C. Riemer, 71, 220 S Maple, $20 for failing to yield right of way and having no valic driver's license, Oct. 22; Rose J Cathcard, 42, RFD 2, $10 fo: being involved in a collision while backing from the curb Oct 21; and Lyle Reddick, 38, 21 S. Cedar, $170 and a 30-day sus pended jail sentence for drivin; while intoxicated and having n valid driver's license Oct. 3. Reddick, originally schedule! for trail today, pleaded innocen at an arraignment Oct. 10. Plan Dinner For Robert Ellsworth Total cars moved over Santa Fe System lines for the wee] ending Oct. 21, were 39,658 com pared with 30,058 for the sam week a year ago. Cars receivet from connections totaled 11,845 compared with 10,999 for the same week a year ago. Mrs. George B. Kyle, RFD 2, who has been seriousy ill in Ransom Memorial Hospital, is reported by her husband to be much improved. Pomona News Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv Mr. and* 3Irs. C. W. Bollweg have returned from an 11-day guided tour of the South. They went through the Smoky Mountains, took a side trip from Asheville, N. C., spent three days in New Orleans, La., and were in Shreveport, La., one day. They returnee! through Arkansas. Bolj- weg, Western Union manager, will return to work tomorrow. RCA Whirlpool Dish Washers. Save $40.00. Now $159.95. Crites. Adv. Lars S. Nelson, 741 Tremont, a patient in Ransom Memorial Hospital, went yesterday to Lawton, Okla., to spend the winter with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Filch. He was taken by ambulance to the Ottawa Airport, then by plane to Lawton. Mr. and Sirs. C. M. Gilroy and their grandson. Lucky Seyler, and j family, have returned from a 4- day trip to Belleville, 111., where they visited another grandson of the Gilroys, Sum Seyler, and fain- j ily. The Sam Seylers have a new baby boy. Drake's Bakery — fresh butter rolls donuts, pies, cakes, cookies, wedding and birthday cakes. Adv. Mrs. Claude Jury, Ulysses, daughter of Mrs. Tena Heathman, 730 S. Hickory, was reported to be in good condition today after surgery this morning at St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City. Friends and political support ers of Congressman Robert Ell worth will gather in Kansas Citj on Thursday, Nov. 16 for a "Re port-to-the-District" dinner. The Lawrence Congressman, a the guest of honor and the onl; speaker for the occasion, will discuss current problems of the gov eminent both domestically ant in the field of foreign relation Plans are being made to ac commodate 300 at the dinner, including representatives from each of the counties in the Kansas ..Second Congressional District. Dinner tickets will sell for $10 with a major part of the purchase price to be applied to expense of the 1962 Congressional campaign. Fred Six, attorney, is chairman of the dinner committee which includes all of the Republican county chairmen and vice-chairmen in the district, district chairman Dr. Fred Dunlap of Pleasanton and district vice-chairman Mrs. Bertha Hall of Olathe. Assisting Six in making plans are national committeeman Harry Darby of Kansas City and state party chairman Don Schnacke of Topeka. Fannie Was Star Reporter By MARY 1IUDELSON Miss Fannie Kraus, until recently The Ottawa Herald's Pomona correspondent, has c o m- )leted a record of service to the community which began in 1917. She had the longest record of service of any correspondent. For 44 years she faithfully performed her work. For a number of years, she was the only paid correspondent. She has well earned an expression of gratitude and apprecia- ion from the community as all join in paying tribute to her for icr long, continued efforts to keep everyone informed about Pomona As the band played "Beautiful Dreamer," homecoming queen, Esther Latson, and her two at tendants, Susan Crawford and Anita Slankard, entered the field in a red convertible driven by Gary Crawford to open the homecoming festivities Oct. 20. The band in full dress red uni' forms, led by the drum major' ette, Elaine-Crawford, and twirl ers, Carolyn Dusin and Linda Kiehl, had formed a heart on the football field. The girls' pep club, appearing for the first time in their new red corduroy jumpers and white blouses, paraded to the field anc made an arrow through the heart They were met by the king Dick Stoneking, and escorts, Jim Burgoon and Jim Goracke, ant escorted to the point of the hear for crowning. As Lamar Wallace principal, announced their names Dick placed the crown on Esth er's head. Jim Burgoon crown ed Anita, and Jim Goracke placet Susan's crown. The jewelled crowns were car ried on red satin pillows by San dra Jensen, Cheryl and Davi Istas. Shirley Heidner, repre senting the pep club, presentee the queen with an arm bouque of white mums tied with red rib bon streamers. The attendant were given a white mum cor sage tied in red. There were whit carnations for the escorts to wea to the dance. While the ban played "Little Girl", the quee and attendants were escorted t the throne to preside for the re mainder of the game. At 7:30 in the evening, the kin; and queen reigned over th dance to which Carbondale ant former students were invitee They entered through a red ant white decorated archway. Th queen was gowned in white chil fon with red panels and cum merbund. Susan wore white wit: red sash, and Anita all white. Re freshments were served with Ja net Lindsey presiding at the punc bowl and Mary Ellen Crawfort assisting. Mrs. Dave Bulmer entertainet nine members of the Michiga Valley H.D.U. for its regula meeting Oct. 18. The lesson o fabrics was given by Mrs. Har old Supple. Election of officer was held. Mr. D. T. Pierce has returnee from a visit at the home of hi daughters, Mrs. Larry Carr Hotchkiss, Colo. He expects to re main in Pomona this comin winter. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ausman Fall City, Neb., are here for visit with his sister, Mrs. Ell Lincoln, and at the homes of Mr and Mrs. Charles Hill and Mr and Mrs. James Driver. Announcement has been mad of the birth of a daughter, Mar garet Adell, to Mr. and Mrs. Er nest Staadt, Wichita, on Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Staadt ar the grandparents. Mrs. Staad left for Wichita Sunday evenin to be with her son's family. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Mary Waterbury, Guar- ian Angels nursing home, 803 1. Main; Mrs. Edgar Anderson, RFD 4; John W. Wren, Pierce nursing home; Mrs. Wilbur Yates, RFD 3; Monday. Births Mr. and Mrs. John Clotfelter, 140 S. Oak, daughter born Monday, weight, 9 lb., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen, IFD 4, son born Monday, weight, 10 lb., 10'/£ oz. Mr. and Mrs. Marion C. Coen, 610 Beech, daughter born Tuesday, weight, 6 lb,, 10 oz. Dismissals Edward Myers, 741 S. Locust; Mrs. Marvin W. Allen, Quenemo; Monday. Mrs. Thomas D. Pyle and baby son, RFD 2, Wavcrly; Tuesday. Sune^atffCome CINCI !*»• OT TA W A, KA NSAS FOX — Funeral services for Lonnie C. Fox will be held from the Lamb Funeral Home Wednesday, 10:00 A.M., Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Grave-side services will be in the Ml. Hope Cemetery, Independence, where the Masons will assist. CH 2-3550 RECORD McFADDEN — Funeral Services for Mrs. Anna J. McFadden will be conducted from the Faith Lutheran Church Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Rev. Kurt Juengal officiating. Interment Vassar Cemetery, Vassar, Kansas. McVey-DENGEL MORTUARY Ph. CH 2-2323 To Attend Library Conference Carnegie Free Library will be closed Thursday, Friday and Sat urday to enable library personnel to attend the joint conference of Missouri and Kansas Library Associations to be held in Hotel Muehlebach, Kansas City. Going will be staff members, Nell Barnaby, Mrs. C. A. Peacock and Mrs. R. K. Keelin, and Miss Louise Walker of the library board. Featured speaker at the firsl general session will be Dr. Phillip C. Brooks, director of the Harry S. Truman Memorial Li brary, and at the second genera: session, Mrs. Gretchen Schenk public library consultant, Summerdale, Ala. The banquet speaker Friday evening will be Vance Packard author of "The Hidden Persua ders" and of "The Status Seek ers." Receptions will be at the new Kansas City Public Library ant at the Truman Memorial Library Miss Barnaby announces thai the expiration date on books fall ing due on one of the three clos ing days will be extended to Oct 30. Local Markets Soybeans $2.21 Wheat 1.83 Milo 1.70 Rye ,9C Shelled Corn 1.10 Ear Corn 1.05 Oats 75 Barley 95 Butterfat 48, 13 Eggs, straight run 20 Eggs, graded 32, .24, .20 Cocks 03 Hens .0! KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 4,600; calves 400; steers and heifers steady; cows steady to strong; vealers unchanged; stockers and feeders steady; good to prime steers 23.25-25.75; good to prime heifers 22.50 - 24.75; utility and commercial cows 15.00-17.00; good and choice vealers 23.00 - 26.00; good and choice stockers 23.0024.50; good and low choice feeders 22.50-23.75. Hogs 5,500; barrows and gilts strong to 25 higher, sows steady to strong; 1-3 barrows and gilts 200-260 lb 16.35-75; sows 1-3 300-400 lb 15.00-75. Sheep 1,000; Iambs steady; ewes and feeders steady; good to prime lambs 15.00-17.00; cull to good ewes 3.00-4.25; common to choice feeders 8.00-12.00. Human Torch Burns Homes MANILA (AP)-A Filipino suf fering from tuberculosis made torch of himself Monday night ant burned 25 tenement homes. Three children are missing. Investigators said Salvador Rol dan, 35, poured gasoline on him self and lit a match. He died o: the burns. The fire spread rapidlj through the neighborhood. Parmelee Plant Tour Planned The Ottawa Kiwanis Club is sponsoring a tour of the Panne- ee, Inc., plant at Kansas City, to Thursday. The purpose, .said Kiwanis president Harold Leitnaker, is to acquaint Ottawans with the opera- ion of the plant, since a similar one will begin operation in Ot- ,awa in November. The tour will leave Colbern's Restaurant at 10 a.m. Participants will eat lunch at a Kansas City restaurant. Ottawa Mayor Kenneth Andrews, he city commissioners and mem- >ers of Ottawa Industrial Develop ment, Inc., are invited, said Leil naker. Deaths MRS. BEN CULBERTSON Mrs. Margaret Culbertson, 90, a resident of Crestview Nursing Home, died at the home today at 9:15 a.m. She had been in failing health the past tv/o years. She was born June 20, 1871, and came to Quenemo and Ottawa communities at the age of four. She was married first to Henry Quinn. On Aug. 5, 1955, she was married to Ben Culbertson. Surviving are the widower, 130 N. Locust; two daughters, Mrs, Bertha Jones, Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Matilda Pyle Quenemo; one son, Ed Quinn, Oregon; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. MRS. PAULINE W. EDINGTON Mrs. Pauline W. Edington, 65 formerly of Ottawa, died yester day at the home in Kansas City She was born in Ottawa but hat lived 17 years in Kansas City She was a retired employee o Sears, Roebuck & Co. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs Florence P. Hickey, of the home and Mrs. Lulu Kimmel, Ottawa. Services will be Thursday at 1 a.m. in Freeman Chapel, 10' West 42nd St., Kansas City. Buria will be in Leavenworth. Confusion (Continued from Page 1) jut it is one of the cables put in at the time of installation of others that have given trouble." Ottawa's phone facilities, Southwestern Bell Telephone (Tommy's plant and lines, went onto an emergency diesel power plant n the building at Park and Main when the break occurred. At Ransom Memorial Hospital, lashlights and electric lanterns were used during the brief interruption. The hospital has a small emergency power plant op- rated by a gasolins engine, but jecause of the short power in- :emtption it was not put into operation. Hamilton was asked this morning if the fact Ottawa has the diesel-electric generator unit made it possible to restore service quicker, following the break. "In this particular instance," tie explained, "we were back with electric service in a little over 10 minutes, and without the quick- starting diesel unit it would have been 25 minutes longer." He added, "Circumstances would have to govern the length of time saved. This time we did not lose all of our steam pressure because the trouble was found quickly and we were ready to make a quick hookup and push the button and be on our way If we had lost our steam pres sure, then, without a diesel unit, the interruption would have been considerably longer." MRS. ADA B. REEDER Mrs. Ada Belle Reeder, 98, diet today at 1:30 a.m. in Cedar House nursing home. She was the widov of James A. Reeder, to whom she was married Dec. 24, 1888. She was born April 19, 1863, a Beulah, Iowa, and was the daugh ter of S. S. and Maria (Cheney! Darling. She was a member o the Methodist Church. Surviving are one brother, Jo< Darling, Yellville, Ark., two grandchildren and a daughter-in law. Services will be at Towner's Chapel Thursday at 10 a.m. Rev Roy Armstrong will officiate. Bu rial will be in Valley Brook Cem etery, Michigan Valley. Expensive "Pony Ring" TOPEKA (AP) — Mrs. Mari Vickers, vice chairman of the Democratic State Committee, saic today Kansans can brag that they have the most expensive ponj ring in the country. Mrs. Vickers said she was re ferring to use of the new gover nor's executive mansion, Cedar Crest, as a home for Shetlanc ponies belonging to Gov. John Anderson. Mrs. Vickers said the cost o getting Cedar Crest ready for oc cupancy by the governor "al ready is up to $188,691, including the splendid split rail fence for the ponies at a cost of $5,951, anc the job isn't finished. Kansans will recall Gov. Docking turnec down the mansion project as be ing a foolish and costly frill a the taxpayers' expense." The final tribute to the memory of a departed member of the family is the cemetery memorial. Our years of experience and complete knowledge of local cemetery requirements is available when you are faced with this important decision. We feature GUARDIAN memorials, rich in symbolic meaning, made from the finest granites, and fully guaranteed. We invite you to visit our display. Transportation furnished to our displays. Guaranteed Bond furnished with any Memorial. Memorials in all Price Ranges. "It costs so little to remember" Stewart "Standards of High Quality Since 1902" FRANK SNOOK, Mgr. 118 W. 15th phone CH 2-3325 Across from the South Water Tower Children Die In Bus Crash KAPUSKASING, Ont. (AP)-A U.S. Air Force School bus slammed into the back of a gravel truck near here Monday, killing the driver and three children and injuring 18 others. Legate (Published October 24, 1961) LEGAL NOTICK To Whom It May Concern: This Is due notice of the Annual Meeting of the Agricultural-Extension Council of Franklin County which will bo held on Friday', November 3, 1901, Masonic Hall, Ottawa, at 1:15 p.m. Charter No. 1718 Reserve District No. 10 Report of condition of the First National Bank of Ottawa, In the state of Kansas, at the close of business on September 27. 1961 published in response to call made by comptroller of the currency, under section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. Assets Cash, balances with other banks. and cash Hems in process of collections $ 1,190,241.82 TJ. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,608,184.71 Obligations of States and political subdivisions .. 449,071.71 Other bonds, notes, and debentures 273,062.50 Corporate stocks (Including $7.500.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 7,500.00 Loans and discounts lln- cludlng $673.70 overdrafts! 1,944,503.13 Bank premises owned ... 79.000.00 Other assets 219.29 Legate Other assets (Collection In Transit) 628.10 Total Assets .$2,507,336.30 Liabilities Demand deposits of Indl- duals, and partnerships, and corporations $ l,«4,3W.6i Time and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations 404,3»».« Deposits of States and p o 1 111 c a 1 subdivisions 385,553.84 Certified and officers' checks, etc 23,679.60 Total Deposits .. $2,297.953.58 (aI Total demand ciep- posit.i . . . $1,837,554.12 (bi Total time and savings deposits . » 460,399,48 Total Liabilities' S 2,297,953.6« Capital Accounts Capital: no Common stock, total par value..$ 60,000.00 Surplus . 60,000.00 Undivided profits 99,382.71 Total Capital Accounts t 209,382.73 Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts $2,507,336.30 Memoranda Assets pledged. or assigned to secure liabilities and lor other purposes $ 375,000.00 I, Ed Hosier, Vlce-President & Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly fcwuar that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best 01 my knowledge and belief. Ed Hosier CORRECT—Attest: R. H. HILI, F. H. PAUKS, C. L. KAPP, GLEN A. HAYWARD BEN C. KIEPER. Director!. State of Kansas, County of Franklin, i Sworn to and subscribed before me I this 12th day of October, 1961. and I ! hereby certify that 1 :un not an officer or director ot Ihis Imnk. ( Howard M. Deputy, I Notary Public iMy commb.-.ion expires April 11, ' 1963.) Historical Society Makes Plans Future aims of the Franklin County Historical Society were discussed last night at a meeting of the executive committee in the library. Chairmen of the various committees were named, and programs were set up for four general meetings to be held during the year. Plans for a Franklin County museum also were considered. Such a museum would serve principally to preserve items of historic interest pertaining to Franklin County. At present the society has a membership of about 80. A membership of at least 200 is the present goal, and it is hoped that everyone in the county who is interested in helping to preserve Franklin County history will become a member. Interested persons may call or write Mrs. Harry Cochrane, membership chairman, CH 2-3811. Funerals MRS. NELLIE M. CASH Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie Mae Cash, who died Oct. 19, were at St. Paul A.M.E. Church Oct. 23. Officiating were Elder H. L. Brandon, Rev. I. B. Brown and Rev. J. R. Gray. Pallbearers were Roy Lewis, Leroy Greene, Theron Stovall, V. C. Campbell, William Roberts and Harvey Williams. Hymns were sung by the church choir and by soloists, Mrs. Ida Roach and Mrs. Elsie Arthur, accompanied by Mrs. Louise Armstrong. Burial was in Hope Cemetery. CULBERTSON - Mrs. Margaret Cubertson died this morning at Crestview Nursing Home. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Towner's Chapel. BARLOW—Funeral Services for Mary Barlow will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday in Bethany Baptist Church. Interment will be in Hope Cemetery. REEDER—Funeral Services for Mrs. Ada Belle Reeder will be 10:00 a.m. Thursday in Towner's Chapel. Interment will be in Valley Brook Cemetery, Michigan Valley, Kas. Total Asses .. .. $ 5.551,782.GI Liabilities Demand deposits of Indl- v 1 d tials, partnerships, and corporations $ 3,198,346.50 Time and Savings of indi- v 1 dual partnerships, and corporations 780,110.33 Deposits of n. 8. Government (Including postal savings) .. 84,492.10 Dep. of States and political subdivisions 770.S09.34 Deposits of banks 227,725.87 Certified and officers' checks, etc 8,652.74 Total Dep. $5.069,137.00 (a) Total demand deposits . $4,149,026.67 (b) Total time and savings deps. .$ 920,110.33 Other liabilities 34.510.53 Total Liabilities $ 5,103.647.53 Capital Accounts Capital Stock: (a) Common stock, total par . $ 123,000.00 Surplus 125,000. A) Undivided profits 177.035.08 Reserves 31.100.00 Total Capita! Accounts $ 448,135.08 Total Liabilities and — Capital Accounts $ 5.551.782.61 Memoranda Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and other purposes . $ 891,625.66 I, James J. Chandler. Cashier, of the abovr-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is trun and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. James J. Chandler We. the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that It has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. R. M. CLOGSTON, R. S. HANES. C. W. IIEUBERG. Directors Report of Condition of the Kansas State Bank of Ottawa In the State of Kansas at the close of business on September 27, 1961. Asse ts Cash, balances with other banks, and cash Items In process of collection * 529,187.87 D. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed .. 1.083,126.98 Obligations of States and p o 1111 c a 1 subdivisions 123.822.17 Loans and discounts (Including $765.80 overdrafts) 747.571.18 Bank premises owned $13.750.00, furniture and fixtures $9,250.00 23.000.00 SALE DATES Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Oct. 24—Osgae City Livestock Sale — Osage City, Kas. Oct. 27—Emporia Livestock Sale Co. Emporla, Kas. Oct. 28 — Franklin County Sale Co., Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 30 — Special Stocker & Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Wilson A: Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 31 — Osage City Livestock Sale, Osuge City, Kas. Nov. 2 — Chester Megonlgle, Livestock & Machinery Sale 3 miles north, '.4 mill 1 east of Berryton, or 2 miles south and 1V 2 miles cast of 29th & California, Topeka, Kas. at 11:110 a.m. Nov. 3 — Emporia Livestock Sale Co., Emporla. Kas. Nov. 4 — Franklin County Sale Co. Wilson It 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 Sale 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. 26—Night Consignment Horse •ale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co.. Ottawa. Kas. Oct. 27 — Scott Blow, Household goods, misc., 1 mile east IVb 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. Oct. 27 — Harold Burroughs. Property and furniture, Homewood, Kas. 1 p.m. Oct. 29 — Mel's Auto Auction Highway 71, Grandview, Mo., 1 p.m. Nov. B — Mel's Auto Auction Highway 71, Qrandview, Mo., 1 p.m. Nov. 11, Norma Loux, household goods, 811 Willow St., Ottawa, 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 4-*'-43, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, 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 oo Wilson, every Saturday, 1 p.m. 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 25 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 51.50 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 | Lost and Found g LOST"— White SetterTlfaleTTast seen 3 miles southwest. Gene Price. CH 2-4750. Notices WE BUY'" Brown's Hardware. Main. 1540 S. . Meet at Masonic Temple at 12:00 noon, Wednesday, Oct. 25— to go to Area Meeting at Leavenworth. Myron S. Slcere Jr. — Master __Sidnc\^ 0._Morris — Sec'y Ottawa Chapter No7~7T'RAM7" ^ _____ Stated Convocation Wed. Nile, Oct. 25th at 7: 30 p.m. Work in P.M. & M.E.M. Degrees. All members welcome. Harry E. Brink, E.H.P. Melvin L. Sellers, Sec. Male Help Wanted —19 MARRIED Men to 38 to service established customers. $80.00 guaranteed per week plus expenses. For interview & appointment — Phone CH 2-2447 MEN ~ GET THAT JOB! OPERATING HEAVY EQUIPMENT SUCH AS BULLDOZERS POWER SHOVELS CLAM SHELLS DRAG LINES BACK HOES SCRAPERS GRADERS Thousands of additional men will be needed to operate the HEAVY EQUIPMENT used to build the new roads, subdivisions, bridges, irrigation systems, pipelines, dams, missile sites, shopping centers, industrial parks, home sites, airfields, etc. in a growing America. 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