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f~ 12 THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, October 26, 19G1 News Briefs Church of Christ, Rock Creek Schoolhouse, south of Ottawa will have special services Sunday, Oct. 29. with the "Lord's Reapers", a group of students from Ozark Bible College, Joplin, Mo., in charge. Ken Wood, a ministerial student, will preach at the morning service, and in the evening James E. Hardin, minister of the church here will show the first of a series of film strips on Bible studies. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431 adv Budget special—Cold wave complete $5, downstairs location. Ella's Beauty Salon. CH 2-4198. Adv. New Hope community will hold a supper and bazaar at New Hope Church Tuesday, starting at 6 p.m. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. First Methodist Church Chicken Noodle Supper, Thur. Oct. 2G, 5:30, 65 cents and 50 cents. Adv. Wycoff community will have a speaker on the subject of "School Unification" at a meeting in the community house Saturday at S p.m. Refreshments will be cookies and coffee. New Hope Church supper and bazaar Tues., Oct. 31, 6 p.m.-lO miles East on (>8. Sale of Mrs. Lena G. Brummel tomorrow. Some Antiques, household goods and misc. Richmond, Kas. Adv. Election of officers and the initiation of 13 members highlighted the annual meeting of Epsilon Sigma Phi, honorary fraternity for extension service members, today at Kansas Stale University, Manhattan. The initiates include Rosemary Crist, Ottawa. Wellsville News B YF Plans Program By BERMCE IIOLDEX A mission team of six Ottawa University students is sch^jlulcK to work with the B.Y.F. at Wellsville this weekend. From 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday they will meet with the sponsors. At 3 p.m. they will begin, with the Senior B.Y.F. young people going out to meet some 60 young people in the Wellsville area. Returning to the church at 5:30 p.m. with the young people, they will hold a weiner roast and cookout. At 7 p.m. they will go to the skating rink. At 10 p.m. they'll return to the church for a snack and good night sing. On Sunday the mission team will visit the Sunday School at Wellsville Baptist Church. Half of the team will attend the Junior Chapel and half the morning worship sen-ice. At 3 p.m. they will conduct a B.Y.F. clinic. A sack lunch follows, then a mock B.Y.F. service will be conducted. After the close of the evening worship service, there will be an all church sing and refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Moherman and his i«»ter. Mrs. John Beeks, Kansas City, attended the Baker Homecoming Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Beeks are in Wellsville this week while Mrs. Beeks attends to the office work at the Moherman Insurance Agency during the absence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Moherman. The W. If. Mohermans are at Table Rock in the Ozarks. Beeks attends the K.U. Medical School. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cramer had as dinner and afternoon guests Monday Mr. and Mrs. John Evans, Lawrence, and Mr. and Mrs. Emmeti Walker, Idaho Falls, Idaho. Approximately 80 people attended the second session of the Miami Association Leadership Training School Monday night at Wellsville Baptist Church. The school closes with the final session Monday, Oct. 30. Governor Names Demo To House TOPEKA (AP)-Gov. John Anderson has appointed Fred Cudy, Osborne Democrat, as state representative from Osborne County. Cacly, a retired farmer, fills a vacancy created by the death of Rep. John Adams, D-Osborne, former minority leader of the Kansas House. Under Kansas law. Anderson was required to appoint the nominee picked by the county committee of the party which held the legislative seat. Williamsburg News Auxiliary Has Meeting By MRS. IRWIN HEATH Leo Santee Unit No. 179, American Legion Auxiliary, met Monday, Mrs. Helen Bush presiding. Special roll call by the rehabilitation chairman revealed that 80 pounds of carpet rags were sewed. The Americanism chairman gave a special report. The Pan American Chairman reported the study will be on Columbia this year. The Child Welfare chairman reported 41 l /2 pounds of clothing sent to Navajo Indians and read a letter from Sandra Schwin Friend who with her husband, Leon, is in missionary work in New Mexico. One dollar will be sent for the department child welfare chairman's project, for caring for an Indian child. Proceeds from the October card party were $5.85. Hostesses for the card party Nov. 9 will be Mrs. L. W. Sutherland and Mrs. L. T. Pattie. Veterans day potluck for Veterans and families will be Nov. 7, with Mrs. J. W. Bennett and Mrs. J. A. Van Valkenburg as hostesses. ! Supper will be served at 7. Each is to bring table service. Gifts for gift shop are to be turned in by Nov. 16, as they will be taken to Wadsworth the 17th. Cookies also will be taken. Anyone wishing to furnish cookies may leave them at Sutherlands or Dehns Store by the 16th. The Song of the Month "In the Garden," was sung. Mrs. Sluder became a member. Roll call found 16 members present. The meeting closed to join the Legion and officials of the district and derailment on the Coffee tour. ' Coffiee tour master John Hurley was in charge of the meeting. Legion officials attending were John Hurley. Kansas rehabilitation representative; Jim Christy, department vice commander; j Warren McCamish Jr., comman- ! dor. Second District: Glen Grush. district acljudtant; Stanley Langer, Kansas Veterans Commission. Auxiliary officials attending were Mrs. William Adams, district president; Mrs. Carl Wise, district vice president; Mrs. John Huff, district, secretary; M r s. John L. Chambers, department representative. The Legion won the Coffee Cup, having 120 per cent of last year's membership at this date, while the Auxiliary has 85 per cent. Mrs. N. E. Blair received word that her brother, Carter Barrett, of Wenatchee, Wash., had undergone major surgery. Barrett formerly lived in the Quenemo area. Rev. and Mrs. Dale Kamrath, York, Neb., former minister here, visited with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Neal, Riverside, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Neal visited the Lester Davidson family in Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Timberlake spent Sunday with the Floyd Timberlakes in Hiawatha. They were accompanied by the C. H. Andersons and Gayle, Garnet, and the Robert Jeffersons, Gardner. On their way home they visited the Terry Andersons in Topeka. J. E. Decker spent a few days at K. U. Medical Center for X- rav, and examination. Mrs. Gary Hoi-he and Deana and Mrs. j. E. Decker accompanied him and visited with the James Mersmann's. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Decker spent Saturday night in Garnett with the Bob Powers and on Sunday they drove through the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo E. Neal, Riverside, 111., are visiting his brother, Lloyd Neal and family, his father E. E. Neal. at Melvern, and an aunt, Kate Scott, in Quenemo. Sunday visitors of the Frank Davis were the Weldon Epper- sons and Kieth. the Merle Davis family, Mr. Richard Davis and Miss Lora Griswold, Kansas City, the Stanley Davis family, Osawatomie, and the Wendell Davis family. They found then- father much improved, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. McGrew and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis, Tulsa, Okla.; and Mr. and i\Irs. Henry Farney were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willis, Wellsville. Alice Carrow of Arkansas City is having her property, known as the Olson property, remodeled and is expected to move here some time in the future. Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Binns, Bob ad Joe spent the weekend at Harnstall and Bartlesville, Okla., with her brothers Arthur L. Moore, and Harry L. Moore, and families. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Todd, College Place, Wash., spent a few days with his brother and wife the C. E. Todds. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Murdock, Blodgett, Ore.; Mr. and Airs. Roy Bones, Ottawa, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steward. CROP JUDGING — Harold Staadt. RFD 3. judges some of 200 entries in Future Farmers of American Crop Show in vocational agriculture room at Ottawa. He is assisted by Allen Campbell, RFD 3. a freshmen. Exhibits brought in yesterday will be taken down after school tomorrow Tonight is "Parents Night" at exhibit. (Herald Photo) Unification Discussed Residents of Fouts School District last night heard a plea from the Princeton-Richmond- Rantoul-Lane area not to take any hasty action. Officials from the 4-school area discussed possible unification. Leading the discussion was Gene Domnanish, Princeton, a member of the Franklin County unification subcommittee. Residents of the area previously had met with representatives from School District No. 30. Fouts patrons were told the 4- school area is considering a single high school which would offer nearly 50 units. Such a school, would be two years away. One resident of the district, Roy Swank, told the group he had the verbal opinion of the attorney general that any action the group might take now would be illegal if Senate Bill 400 is found to be unconstitutional. Some residents are considering petitioning into Ottawa district. Local Markets Soybeans $2.20 Wheat 1.83 Milo 1.65 Rye 90 Shelled Corn 1.10 Ear Corn 1.05 Oats 75 Barley 95 Butterfat 48, « Eggs, straight run 20 Eggs, graded 32, .24, .20 Cocks .03 Hens 03 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 3.- 90k); calves 50; ateers and heifers steady; cows slow, steady to 50 lower; vealers steady; steers 24.25; good to choice heifers 22.50- ' 23.75; good 22.50; utility and commercial cows 14.50-16.00; good and choice vealers 32.00-25.00. HOKS 4,600; barrows and gilts •weak to 25 lower; sows steady to 25 lower; 300-260 Ib barrows and gilts 16.26-50; sows 300-40S Ib 14.50-15.50. Sheep 1,000; steady; good to prime Iambs 15.00-17.00; cull to good ewes 3.00-4.33. Guitarist In Concert Funerals MRS. H. C. MILLIKEN Funeral services for Mrs. H. C Milliken, who died Oct. 22, were held at Williamsburg Methodist Church Oct. 24. Rev. Roy Armstrong of Ottawa and Rev. W. L. Shuler, Williamsburg, officiated. Pallbearers were her six sons, Kenneth Byron, Harold Clifford, Russell Wilford, Wendell Elwin, Orlin Merrill and Harley Vincent Milliken. Mrs. L. T. Pattie and Mrs. S. T. Thornton sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. W. R. Binns. Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Williamsburg. MRS. DORA M. JONES Funeral services for Mrs. Dora Mabel Jones, who died Oct. 21, were held at McVey-Dengel Mortuary on Oct. 24. 'Rev. Leopold Hoppe officiated. Pallbearers were Merle Marmon, Lowell Fouts, William Bryan, Earl Guist, Carl Wemmer and Raymond Bettge. Mrs. R. L. Stevens played organ selections. Burial was in Princeton Cemetery. MUS. MARY BAKLOW Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Barlow, who died Oct. 21, were held at Bethany Chapel Baptist Church Oct. 25. Officiating were Rev. E. II. Hill, Rev. S. E. Hopkins and Rev. William Bailey. Pallbearers were Roy Lewis, William Roberts, Pearl Edwards, Harvey Williams, Charles W i t- liams and Velmar Campbell. The church choir sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. Thaida Van. Burial was in Hope Cemetery. MRS. ANNA J. McFADDEN Funeral services for Mrs. Anna J. McFadden, who died Oct. 22, were at Faith Lutheran Church Oct. 25. Rev. Kurt E. Juengel of- ficated. Pallbearers were Lewia Buck, Norman Hildebrandt, Francis Arnold, Jim Niehoff, George Pfantz and Leroy Hildebrandt. Mrs. A. H. North sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. Patty Buck. Burial was in Vassar Cemetery, LONNIE C. FOX Funeral services for Lonnie Cecil Fox, who died Oct. 22, were at the Lamb Funeral Home Oct. 25. Rev. Charles P. Knight and Rev. John Bolton officiated. Pallbearers were Fred Sander, G. H. Krienhagen, Noland Ottman, Chester Frisinger, Ross Gillen and Elmer Berlen. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Henning. Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Independence, where a Masonic service was held. Members of the Senior Club attended in a group. Venezuelan guitarist. Alirio Diaz, will be presented in concert at the Ottawa University Auditorium at 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 2, by th Ottawa Unversily Concert- Lecture series. The concert is open to the public at no charge. Diaz is one of today's greatest exponents of the classical guitar — an instrument tiiat has reached its present unparalleled popularity thanks to the great Andres Segovia. A pupil of this master, Alirior Diaz, now takes his own place among the elite of that instrument. Bora in Venezuela, he received his musical education in the Caracas Conservatory of Music. From Caracas' he entered the Royal Conservatory of Madrid. Here he was awarded the first and extraordinary prizes — was immediately launched on his concert career and acclaimed in the principal cities of Europe. Alirio Diaz' debut recital in New York Town Hall two years ago was highly acclaimed. His last season's Town Hall recital coiifirmed the high opinion he had earned for the purity of his playing, his sensitivity, musicianship and brilliant virtuositv. Hospital Notes Admissions Joe Yockey Jr., 727 N. Sycamore; Jean Schome. 1410 S. Main; Wednesday. Ben Nicho! las, 523 W. 19th; Norman Beach, West Hall, O.U.; Ricky Buhner, 811 S. Hickory; Thursday. V j Births j Mr. and Mrs. Walter Potter, i 509 N. .Mulberry, daughter born i Thursday, weight, 7 Ib., 9 o/. I Dismissals I Mrs John Clolfeller, 840 S. I Oak: Wednesday. Fred Weidner, i 831 Willow; Thursday. Neighbors Fill Silo Orthodontists Elect K a us a 11 DALLAS, Tex. (AP)-The Southwestern Society of Orthodontists ended its 41st annual meeting here Wednesday with installation of new officers. The six-state, four-day meeting elected Dr. Harold S. Born of Bartlesville, Okla., president. Other officers included Dr. Robert E. Gaylor, president-elect, Dallas; Dr. Tom M. Matthews, secretary-treasurer, Dallas; Dr. Leon A. Rogers vice president, Hutchinson, Kan. Named to the board of directors were Dr. Hugh A. Sims of Tulsa, Okla., Dr. Howard H. Dukes of Kansas City, Kan., Dr. William W. Klusmeier of Fort Smith, Ark. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP) - Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Thursday—0. During October—29. During 1961—427. Comparable 1960 period—406. Legals Injunction Against Cafe A permanent injunction w a s granted yesterday against property at 920 N. Locust, site of the Albright Cafe. The order padlocks the cafe and barber shop which was raided by police and sheriff's officers Aug. 4. A quantity of beer, wine and whiskey was confiscated. Donald White, county attorney, said that a temporary injunction was granted in August and that his office is taking action to forfeit bond posted after a previous injunction was issued, also after liquor violations. The whereabouts of the cafe operators, William and Stella Albright, is not known. Also in District Court yesterday, James W. Hicks, 41, (107 W. 2nd, charged with burglary, grand larceny and felonious assault, pleaded guilty to burglary and felonious assault and was sentenced to two concurrent terms in the Kansas State Penintentary, Lansing, not to exceed 10 years, court records show. Hicks was arrested Sept. 30 as he fled from the Herbert Welsh residence, 308 S. Locust, into the? waiting arms of police. Neighbors of Bosco Smith, who was injured Sunday when he was caught in a hay baler, filled the Smith silo Monday. The workers were: Eddie Calkins, Otis Bamett, Cla- j rencc Dile. Frank Mages, Bill Sut- itle, Max Caldwell, Harold Van '; Horn, Bob Heed, Clarence Slank! ard, Percy Graves, Earl Hamil| ton, Brownie Slankard, Charles i Hamilton. Gene Hart, Lynn Sheperd, Cloyce Sheperd, Leslie Clark, Ted Smith, Larry Smith, Ralph ! Smith, Millard Wren, Ervin Cham| hers, Clinton Chambers, Ross | Cain, Orville Flager, Jack Sheperd, Gerald Sheperd and Clyde Chambers. Neighborhood ladies served lunch. (First Published October 13, 1981) (Last Published October 36, 19611 To Whom It may concern: Publlo notice Is hereby given that on i the llth day of October, 1901 * petl- 1 tlon signed by twelve householders of Harrison, Ottawa, and Lincoln Townships of Franklin County K*n<«« submitted to the Board of County Commissioners oi Franklin County, Kansas, a petition to vacate a road In said Township, described »s follows, To-wlt: The road, on the section Hue, between sections 9 and 16, Township 17, Range 30 In Harrison Townchlp Starting at the Southeast Corner of the Southeast Vt of Section 9 and continuing west one-half mile to the center of Section 9 on the south section line. You are hereby given notice that the Board of County Commissioners will hold a meeting on the 6th day of No- Landslide Buries Train, Kills 31 TOKYO (AP)-A muddy landslide buried a one-coach electric passenger train in southern Japan today and reports from the scene said 31 persons had been killed and 35 injured. Police said the m u d d y avalanche took place between Oita City and the hotsprings resort city of Beppu, where it lias been raining heavily for more than 24 hours. Rescue workers worked furiously to recover the injured among the 66 passengers aboard. Penney In Mail Order Field? NEW YORK (AP)- A possible move by J. C. Penney Co. into the mail order field was disclosed ni New York Wednesday. Officials of Penney and Aldens, Inc., Chicago mail order firm, said they have held exploratory discussions concerning the possible acquisition of Aldens by Penney. Penney Co. is the nation's second largest merchandising firm with annual sales of close to $1.5 billion from a nationwide chain of about 1,700 stores. Acquisition of Aldens still would leave Penney far behind Sears, Roebuck & Co., which has annual sales of about $4.1 billion, however. RANDEL - Funeral services for Raymond C. "Bunny" Randel will be conducted in Towner's Chapel at 2:00 p.m. Friday. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Pomona. CUAIM.L b25NOHTMMAlN PHOM OVI A W.\. K.V.N SALE DATES Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Oct. 37—Emporla Livestock Sale Co. Emporla, Kas. Oct. 28 — Franklin County Sale Co., Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 30 — Special Stacker fc Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Wilson & Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 31 — Osage City Livestock: Sale, Osut»o City, Kas. Nov. 2 — Chester Megonlgle, Livestock ft Machinery Sale 3 miles north, '.'j rnile east of Berryton, or 2 miles south and l'/b miles east of 29th fc California. Toueka, Kas. at 11:00 a.m. Nov. 3 — Emporla Livestock Sale Co., Emporla, Kas. Nov. 4 — Franklin County Sale Co. Wilson & Locust, Ottawa, Kas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—4«. Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday. Locust Si Wilson. Ottawa. Kan Oct. 26—Waverly Livestock Bale, W»v- erly, 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. 37 — Scott Blow, Household goods, misc., 1 -mile east IVb south of High- laud Cemetery. Nov. 9 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission. Nov. 31 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, NeoEho LUei',o:k 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 suction every TbutscStu night 7 p.m., 1138 N. Main. Community sale every ThurcdM night. 1138 N Main. Oct. 37 — Harold Burroughs. Property and furniture, Homewood, Kas. 1 p.m. Oct. 39 _ Mel's Auto Auction Highway 71, Grandvlew, Mo., 1 p.m Nov. 1 — R. E. Trout 1 mile North Princeton and 3 miles east 1 p.m. Nov. 8 — Mel's Auto Auction Highway 71, Qrandvlew, Mo., 1 p.m. Nov. 11, Norma Loux, household goods, 911 Willow St., Ottawa, 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 4-JF-43, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Bale, Oftrbrook. Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 3-5598 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Sale located one mile East of Main on Wilson, «v«ry Saturday, 1 p.m. Legals veinber,. HOt at 10:04 ».m. at the Elm Drove Club House In said Township. If anyone lias any objections or damages caused by said vacating of the above described property you arc hereby given notice to meet at the above stated place, at the above stated time. Earl L, Richardson, Gliarlman of The Board of County Commissioners of Franklin County, Kansas. Attested: Bruce Spears, County Cleric (Seal) (First Published October 12, 1961) (Last Published October 36, 1901) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In the Probate Court of Bald County and State. In the Matter of the Estate of James H. Baker, also known as J. H. Baker, deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Nellie E. Jones, as owner of the real estate hereinafter described, praying for the determination of the descent of the following described real estate In Franklin County, Kansas, to-wlt: An Undivided 1-3 Interest In and to: tots 2, 4 and 6, In Block 132, City of Ottawa; and An undivided '/» Interest in and to: Lots 38 and 31, Block 3, University Addition to the City of Ottawa; and all other property, real and personal, or Interest 1 ; therein, owned by the said James H. Baker at the time of hie death; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 3rd day uf 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 beard. Should you fall therein, Judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. NELLIE E. JONES, Petitioner. BOWERS «: BOWERS, f . Male Help Wanted —18 """FACTORY WORKERS Minimum age 21, high school graduate, good physical condition, immediate openings in production line work for qualified men. Full program of employee benefits. Apply at Employment office located at 17th & Kansas Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas—Hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mon. thru Fri. or write or call Finley 2-3100. COLGATE- PALMOLIVECO. Salesmen __ ~^0 STARTATiAWTEIGH BUSINESS. Real opportunity now for permanent profitable work in Disk, in Ottawa. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. KA.T-580-29, Freeport. 111. SALESMEN — Part time from j'our home, up to $250 per month. Full time opportunity unlimited. Write Box Z-56 c-o Ottawa Herald. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4100 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE U 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 I5c 26 insertions per word 60c Minimum charge 70c Card of Thanks 4c per word - 70c mm. 1 inch Lodge Notices set with embiem $1.00 emblem 51 %> 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 HOSPITALIZATION SALESMEN- 25 per cent renewal paid monthly. Top first commission. Field training and close supervision. Full fringe benefits. Most competitive plans available to sell. Work 100 mile radius. Write Earl Smith, 320 W. 33rd, Topeka, Kansas. Men and Women Wanted -23 WANTED — Riders to Lawrence, Kas. — Leaving Ottawa daily at 6:30 a.m. — leaving Lawrence daily 5:00 p.m. Call Don J. Shade, CH 2-4680 after 6:00 p.m. —29 General Services _____ _ IRON'INGS - CHT53357. __ PLOW, blade, grade yards. Lee Carter. CH 2-3859. So. Sycamore. TRASH' "HAULING, raking. CH 2_2585. _____ WHEELTALIGNMENT - Balancing, body work. CH 2 7 5456. B(JIXIX)ziNG r -~Alilj-pes. Nor- _rnaii^Scotl._Phone_CH 2-1219.^ SINGER — repair and parts. Albrights^ Ph. CH 2-4340 WATKINS PKODUCTS~~CH~2*. 369G. Mornings. ALliAN'S Hydraulic Jack Servici — New and used. 715 Willow. Card^of I wish to thank neighbors and relatives" for the beautiful flowers, cards and gifts sent to me, and care given me, while nursing a broken arm —Mrs. M. E. Flaggy We wish to tT^FlmFlnany friends, neighbors and relatives for their thoughts of kindness, expressions of sympathy and beautiful flowers during the illness and loss of Our Dear Mother, Dora M. Jones. Also special thanks to the employees of the Crestview Nursing home for their kindnesses — Signed: Mrs. Ethel Goff, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones. Words are in^dequateTo express our thanks and appreciation for all of the kind words and deeds extended to us in the loss of our beloved one. Especially do we want to thank Dr. Trump* the special nurses, Rev. Ray Armstrong; and all friends and neighbors who helped with the dinner. You will ahvaj's be remembered by us.—The Family of Mrs. Mary E. Milliken. dard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa _— CH 2-l(W4. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section. ! \Vl\LLPAPER removed by steam. Painting, papering. Conrad's Spray, Painters and Decorators. Phone CH 2-3268. McCRACKEN" ELECTRIC CHJ2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 when you need SERVICE your best bet WARDS phone . . . CH 2-1770 all brands — Kitchen appliances, TV, radio, sewing machines, gas engines & Refrigeration SERVICE WARRAOTY parts in stock. ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION DAIRY and BEEF Herds Associated with K.A.B.S.U. 24-Hour Service Lost and Found —8 STRAYED - Black Angus 300lb bull calf. Bert Detwiler. Lane LOST — Man's billfold between Ottawa Hardware and Cannady Supply. P. A. Johnsonujtoute 2. LOST — White Setter. MaleTTast seen 3 miles southwest. Gene Price. CH 2-4750. Notices Ottawa Shrine No. 19, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. # Regular meeting Thursday, Oct. 26th —7:30 p.m. White Shrine Birthday Ke(t . Party. Tea towel shower. No formals. Marilyn Talbott, W.H.P. Isabell Jacobsen, W.S. 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. Female Help Waated--24 LADIES to work for National concern, mornings or evenings Salary. CH 2-3747. WOMAN unincumbered to manage small hotel. Permanent. Morey Hotel, Moran, Kansas. EXPERIENCED Beauty Operator; Steady. Write Box A-57, c-o Ottawa Herald. KIND Middle aged woman to help with care of wheel chair patient — $30.00, 5 day week. Write Box B-57 care of Ottawa Herald. WOULD YOU BE interested in living in a nice modern home and wages in exchange for the care of my mother. One in family. Mrs. H. V. OIT. 3121 Stafford, Topeka, Kansas. BILL Bins CH 2-1758 Livestock _ 34 15 Laws — WilliamsburE. Phone J711. REGJ.ST.UKED Spotted Polalids, boars and gilts. See these while big selection. Ail Long. Princeton. SHEEi-, 19 ewes, 1 buck. "20ledT- er lambs. Wayne Twigg, Baldwin, 594-3303. Farm Equipment —35 A. R. Stevenson, 8 miles east on 68. % north of Ottawa. PAR CAT IT» A /-«—~— — _ A v/iv ortijEj — /\.\_, go combine working order, sheded, lots new parts. Edwin Horstick. Richmond TE 5-3077. Seeds. Feeds, Fert. —Sfi 'KAKLY Triumph seed wheat,' $2.00 at bin. Victor Weisand CH 2-143fi. JUST TRADED FOR Real Good Used 1954 AC No. 66 P.T.O. Combine Ready to go Special Only $395.00 Ottawa Trac. & Imp. "•"•y Second L'W- Misc. For Sale GOOD R'fle. $30. Phone CH 2-4251 office. Desks; antique, solid walnut table; 26" girls' bike. 1020 Cottonwood.

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