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10 THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, October 27, 1961 News Briefs Mayor Kenneth Andrews, Commissioners Charles Queen and James Grogan, and Don Hamilton, superintendent of the city water and light department will attend the 33rd annual convention of the Kansas' Asocialion of Municipal Utilities in Wichita Oct. 29-31. Ottawa Boy, Cub and Explorer Scouts will observe "Uniform Day" on Tuesday, Oct. 31, instead of on Monday, Oct. 30, as earlier announced bv local Scout officials. New Hope Church supper and bazaar Tues., Oct. 31, 6 p.m. 10 miles East on 68. Adv. PATH OF FALLOUT — Map shows path of radioactive fallout loosed by Russia's superbomb blast Oct. 23. Fallout cloud rolled steadily across north Pacific toward an area south of the Aleutian Islands.. Map is based on one released in Washington by the U.S. Weather Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Koontz, RFD 3, have returned from a 4-week vacation trip. In Cleveland, Ohio, they visited with her sister and brother-in-law. Mr and Mrs. J. M. Cornelius. Most of the time was spent with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buckles, in Montreal, Canada. Mr. Buckles is now in his second year of training in McGill University School of Medicine, Montreal. vey, vice president; Dr. J. C. South, secretary. A round table discussion was on "Chiropractic Care of Workmen's Compensation Cases." The next regular meeting will be Nov. 9. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. Rummage Sale, City Aud. Sat. Oct. 28 Ottawa A.C.E. Adv. Bill Rice, Ottawa RFD 2, was chairman of the agricultural committee at the annual Kansas State Grange meeting at Lawrence Monday through Thursday. A tape recording of the committee's program will be broadcast at 12:35 p.m. tomorrow by Radio Station WIBW. Mrs. Fred Kissinger, Ottawa RFD 2, state Grange ceres, was chairman of the home economics committee. Her husband was on the cooperation committee. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Langford, Ottawa RFD 1, attended as delegates. Hallowesta 1-hour sale, Sat. 3 to 4 p.m. Indian style blanket or white sheet blanket $1.64. No phone calls no lay-aways (limit 2) Raffelock's Bargain Center. Adv. Four Ottawa students are among the 5.748 enrolled at the University of Wichita Enrolled are Carroll McCool, son of Mr and Mrs. R. A. McCool; Cecil Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schneider; Patrick Wherritt, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wherritt, and Bob Wiswell, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wiswell. Oscar R. Strahan, 42, 119 E. 5th, was cited by police today on a charge of driving 45 miles an hour in a 30-mile zone, according to police records. He is to appear in Police Court Tuesday. The county health office asks that all TB skin testing posters, made by school children b^ brought into the office in -the courthouse by next Friday. The posters will be judged in a contest. Lincoln P.T.A. will sponsor sil houtte booth at Hallowesta, 7-11 p.m. front of Court House. Adv. Walter Jorgensen, 44, Omaha, has pleaded guilty to passing within 100 feet of an intersection and was fined $4 and costs, Coulty Court rcords showed today. At so charged in court is William Orville Farmer, 25, Moran. Farmer, charged with driving on the wrong side of the road and having his alertness impaired by fatigue. He is to appear in court Oct. 21. Both were cited by state troopers. Williamsburg News Students In Honor Society By MRS. IRWIN HETH Barbara Johnson, daughter of the Herbert Johnson, and Carol Bethell, daughter of the Vernon Bethells, were recently initiated into Kappa Delta Pi, national honor society in education, at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. Carol also was initiated into Pi Omega Pi, an honorary business fraternity. Mrs. Jean Kendall and family spent Sunday at Abilene, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sutherland entertained with a fish dinner^Oct. 20, honoring her father, D. N. Jefferson, on his 86th birthday. Other guests were Mr. and Two Hurt In Collision Eddie Garcia, 40, 929 King, was cited by police today following a 5-car accident on the Main Street bridge. He was charged with following too close, resulting in an accident. Investigating officers said the southbound Garcia car smashed into the rear of a pick-up truck driven by Jerome A. Henley, 1027 N. Mulberry, pushing it into the rear of a car driven by Bill 0. Snider, 934V 2 N. Poplar. The Garcia car and the pickup received major damages. The Snider car and the cars driven by Gladys Lalman, 1136 N. Cedar, and Marguerite Douglas. Country Club Dr., received minor damages. Garcia's daughter, Anna Marie, 6, was treated for leg and mouth cuts, police said. Garcia reportedly received leg cuts. The collision before 8 a.m. occurred shortly New Treasurer Soon Arrested Pomona News Conference At Church / Tuesday •r By MARY IIUDELSON A quarterly conference will be at the Methodist Church Tues., Oct. 31, at 7:30 p.m., with a congregational meeting immediately following. It will be under the direction of Rev. Melvin Booth, district Superintendent from Ottawa. Friendship day will be observed by W.S.C.S. Thursday, Nov. 2. Guests will be the ladies from Richter, Quenemo and Michigan Valley. There will be a guest speaker from Thailand. Hostesses will be Mrs. Fern Burns, Mrs. Doris Shaw, Mrs. Edith Hunt and Mrs. Betty Driver. The Rebekahs were entertained at a Halloween party Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Warren Sellens. Some came masked and in costumes. Warren L. Chambers Sr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Chambers, is home on a 15-day leave from Treasure Island, San Francisco. He has completed a 6-month radar school training. He will report back to the U. S. S. Hale- akla. Readings were made at t h e high school Wednesday of the T.B. skin tests done on Monday for Greenwood and Pomona grade and high schools. At the high school, 75 students were negative and two absent. The grade school had 144 students negative, one positive, and four absent. All 37 Greenwood students were negative and none were absent. Any individual with a positive reaction may receive a free chest X-ray through the Franklin County T. B. Association from the Christmas Seal Funds. Any member of his family may have a skin test on a Saturday morning at the county health office in the Richmond News | Hospital Notes ---• ——^- —•«••«•-•••-« . . .»! i» •• M. Patient At Medical Center REV. TRUMAN BAUER Plan Revival Nov. 1-12 A revival will be at the Ottawa Free Methodist Church, 733 N. Oak, Nov. 1-12, with services each evening at 7:30 except Saturday Rev. and Mrs. Truman Bauer will serve as evangelist and musicians. Mr. Bauer is a graduate of Taylor University and Asbury Theological Seminary. He served as president of the Free Methodist Youth of the Nebraska Conference previous to his pastorate now in South Dakota. A Bible class on the subject of "Holiness" will be taught each morning at 9:30, Nov. 6-11. The Free Methodist Church welcomes all to attend. Mrs. 0. P. Fritts and Mr. Mrs. Irwin Heth. and Nine weeks till Christmas. Wright's Studio. Adv. The museum in City Park will be closed, except for special occasions, until spring. Lois Schendel, Wellsville, and James Dunn, Ottawa, will be among 4-H representatives honored for recreation, electric and personal development projects in Wichita Nov. 3 and 4. Mrs. Velma Horne reports she has a new great-granddaughter, Karen Louise Adams, who was born Oct. 24, weighing 6 pounds, 2 oz. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams, Derby. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horne, Quenemo, are the maternal grandparents. They are caring for Karen's 4-year-old brother, Jeffery. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Van Valkenburg, Amarillo, Tex., spent a few days with his brother, J. A. Van Valkenburg, and an aunt, Mrs. W. I. Blakesley. The Hobart and John Van Valkenburgs visited another brother, Theodore Van Valkenburg and his family in Overbrboki' The Theodore Van Valkenburgs have just returned from visiting their son, Max, who is in the U. S. Navy at Norfork, Va. COLUMBUS, Kan. (AP)-Earney T. Gaede, Cherokee County treasurer for only two weeks, was arrested Thursday night and was charged with converting $900 in municipal funds to his own use while he was city clerk at Galena. "We are now going to have a complete audit of the city books to determine whether there are other shortages," said Jimmy Shaw, who is Cherokee County attorney and also serves as city attorney for Galena. Gaede was released under $5,000 bond for a preliminary hearing before Justice Lee Best on Nov. 27. courthouse. About 50 outside adults were Rawleigh Products. 1032 S. Main E. F. Risdon. Adv Two tires and wheels have been reported missing from a 1959 car parked in the Bob White Motors used car lot, police records show Patricia granted a A. Hughs has been divorce from Lee D. Hughs according to District Court records. Drake's Bakery — fresh butter rolls donuts, pies, cakes, cookies, wedding and birthday cakes. Adv Brcnda Bishop, Roger Evans and Carol Ann Wichman won prizes for the best costumes at the Cole Community House Halloween party recently. The Cole and Peoria Community meetings will be held there the fourth Friday of each month. The annual homeciming of the Princeton Methodist Church will be Sunday, Oct. 29. A basket dinner will be at noon and a program in the afternoon. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv OU Debaters In Tournament Ottawa University debaters will swing into action tomorrow. Eight members of the squad will compete in a novice debate tourney in Kansas State University, Manhattan. The question for discussion is "Resolved, That Labor Organizations Should Be Under the Jurisdiction of Anti-Trust Legislation". Prof. Michael Twedt, in his first year at 0. U., will take Jeffrey Cunningham, John Williams, Stan Brown, Fred Coldren, Sandra Gresham, Tom Carter, Tom Hendrickson and James Gwartney to the tourney. The Franklin County Chiropractic Society met yesterday. The annual election of officers was held. They are Dr. Martin Brock- Diefenbaker Gets A Horse TOKYO (AP)-Prime Minister John Diefenbaker of Canada rode through the streets of Tokyo in a j decorated horse-drawn carriage today for an audience with Japanese Emperor Hirohito. The Canadian leader delighted his airport welcomers by delivering one sentence of his short arrival address in Japanese. "I have arrived today in Japan and I bring greetings from the people of Canada," he said in halting Japanese. For Japan, it was an almost unprecedented gesture by way, president; Dr. Don McKel-U foreign dignitary. Believe Woman Drowns In River HASKELL, Okla. (AP)-An expectant mother fell over a bridge railing into the Arkansas River near here today and was presumed drowned, the highway patrol reported. The patrol identified the woman as Mrs. Donna Jean Smith, 25, of Kirksville, Mo. The bridge is on Oklahoma 104 east of this eastern Oklahoma town. Trooper Willard Edge said Mrs. Smith's husband, George Smith, told him the couple became lost while enroute to Kirksville. Mrs. Smith stopped the car on the bridge after feeling ill, said Edge. The trooper quoted her husband as saying he saw Mrs. Smith lean over the bridge railing and then he heard a splash. tested and read. Some did not return for a reading. Only about 6 or 7 pre-schoolers underwent the tests. There was only one positive reactor among the outsiders. Marcia Baxter, Bill and Jim Bob Driver, officers in the Victory Workers 4-H club, attended an officers' training school in Ottawa. The program committee has planned the November meeting around the topic "How to Give a Project Talk." Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sill and children, Wellsville, were dinner guests of Mrs. Clara Nitcher and Margaret McNees on Thursday. Mrs. M. E. Flager, who broke her arm some time ago, has recovered enough to be able to make a trip to visit her daughter, Mrs. Willis Andrews, Longmont, Colo. Weekend guests at the Ralph Hunt Sr., home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Hunt, Emporia. A music fund was established this year with both grade and high school districts contributing. Two new instruments, a tenor and baritone sax, have been purchased from this fund for the use of the band. Deaths ALFRED WILLIAM KOHLER Alfred William Kohler, 87, a farmer and stockman of the Wellsville area where he had lived since 1928, died at 2:55 a.m., today in Ransom Memorial Hospital after an illness of a week. He was born April 4, 1874, at Harrisonville, Mo., the son of John L. and Margaret (Watkins) Kohler. He was married to Myrtle E. Carg, Nov. 3, 1897, and she survives. Other survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Bernita Eavey, Harrisonville, Mo.; Mrs. Henrietta Conwell, Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Marie Freed, RFD 1, Wellsville, and Mrs. Okema Rick, Detroit, Mich.; a son, Alfred E. Kohler, RFD 1, Wellsville; a brother, I. M. Kohler, Harrisonville, Mo.; a sister, Mrs. Margaret Wolfe, Kansas City, Mo; seven grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren. He was a member of the Christian Church, Harrisonville, Mo. Funeral services will be at Tow- ncr Chapel, Ottawa, at 1 p.m., Monday. Burial will be in Orient Cemetery, Harrisonville. By MABEL CHANDLER Mrs. Etrula White is undergoing treatment at the K. U. Medical Cerjter, Room 227 B, Kansas City, Kas. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith entertained their bridge club Monday evening. David Perkins was a guest. Members present were Mrs. Lela Duffey, Frank Gerhold, the George Dietrichs, Abe Severns, Alfred Siglers, Lee Per kins, Lon Mishlers and Ernest Hendersons. Mrs. Henderson and Abe Severns received high scores. The Nov. 13 meeting will be with the Siglers. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Patterson were here Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Bowman were in Kansas City Wednesday for his checkup. Joan Roccker, who attends St Marys College at Xavier, spenl the weekend here with her parents, the John Roeckers The Car! Sobbas were their Sunday dinner guests to celebrate Mr. Roeck er's birthday. Mrs. Joan Kratsberg and chil dren, Kansas City, Kas., spew the weekend here with her par ents, the Harold Robertsons, while her husband was in Chicago on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ed New spent Friday at the J. E. Love home in Emporia for a visit with the James Palmers, Thomas, Okla. The Norman Haight family moved Saturday from rural Paola to the house recently vacated by the Harvey Morrows. Their three sons are enrolled at the grade school, Steve in the sixth Admissions Stephen Elliott, 739 Willow; Dan- rue Debrick, RFD 5, Paola; Friday. Births Mr. and Mrs. George C. Small Jr., 721 King, son born Friday, weight, 8 Ib., 11 oz. Dismissals Ben Nicholas, 523 W. 19th; Norman Beach, West Hall, O.U.; Mrs. George Kyle, RFD 2; Mrs. John Berger, RFD 1, Pomona; Boscoe Smith, Williamsburg; Mrs. Pearl Martin, 110 Maple; Mrs. Arthur Allen and baby son, RFD 4; Mrs. George Miller and baby daughter, 511 E. 9th; John W. Elliott, 521 W. 2nd; Friday. Store Sales In A Drop KANSAS CITY (AP) - Department store sales in the Tenth Federal Reserve District lasl week dropped 8 per cent below the same week of 1960. The national figure was 4 per cent higher. Albuquerque showed gains of 16 per cent, Joplin 9 and St. Joseph 2. Other cities in the district hac decreases. Omaha was down 16 per cent, Oklahoma City and Lincoln 13, downtown Kansas City 10, Denver and Wichita 9, Topeka 6, Tulsa 5 and Kansas City 3. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. 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 lint Special Discount Contract Rates Available Lost and Found —8 STRAYED — Whiteface cow. Gil- RCS Brothers. Rt. 1, Baldwin. 594-3270. MAN'S black leather billfold. Re- jvard. Rex Huston, CH 2-3293. STRAYED"-~TJhck~Angus 300 Ib. bull calf. Bert Delwiler. Lane. Big Welcome TOPEKA (AP)-Dr. Donald E. Clark, a Topeka dentist, has a reputation for practical jokes. Recently he attended a meeting in Philadelphia. On his return he stopped at his office to leave some books and papers. Bulging out of his office door he found a huge plastic weather balloon. It filled the room, bending around chairs, desks and equipment. On it was taped a sign, "Welcome home, Don." He mannaged to push his way in far enough to leave the books and papers but had to wait until next day to locate the valve and let the air out. It took three hours for the balloon to deflate. Select Seven For OU Choir Seven students from Ottawa and the area are members of the oratorio choir at Ottawa University. They are Sharon Bond, Williamsburg; Margaret Ganong, Wellsville; Charles Cole, Greensburg, and Bill Coltrane, Linda Kerr, Elaine Gaddis and Thomas Campbell, all of Ottawa. The choir will give a performance of Haydn's "The Creation" in November. Local Markets Soybeans Wheat Milo Rye $2.20 . 1.83 1.60 . .90 Shelled Corn 1.10 Ear Corn 1.05 Oats 75 Barley 95 Butterfat 48. 43 Eggs, straight run 20 Eggs, graded 32, .24, .20 Cocks 03 grade, James and Max in the eighth grade. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dietrich spent Monday with their son, H. S. Dietrich, and family in Overland Park. The George Kippers, Gurney Nutts and Mrs. Daisy Crozier, Kansas City, spent the weekend at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roeckers spent Monday evening with their daughter, Mrs. Vernon Pickert, and family in Gardner. Says Bombers Pack Big Bombs ODESSA, Tex. (AP)-Rep. J.T. Rutherford, D-Tex., said Thursay B52 bombers are carrying tomic bomb loads of 50 mega- ons that "they can drop any time at any place." In Washington, the Pentagon would not reveal what nuclear power the B52 carries and said t never discloses the yield of U.S nuclear weapons. Rutherford was interviewed on local radio station. Hens .01 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 1,200; calves 300; steers and heifers steady; cows steady to strong; other classes steady; high good and choice steers 23.50-25.10; high good to choice heifers 23.5024.00; utility and commercial cows 16.00-50; good and choice vealers 23.00-26.00. Hogs 2,200; barrows and gilts 25-40 higher; sows steady- 1-3 210-260 Ib 16.50-85; 1-3 260-4'00 Ib sows 14.50-15.50. Sheep 250; choice to prime lambs steady 17.00; other classes too scarce for test. Marriage Licenses Larry Clinton Griffin, 18, Pomona, and Nancy Ann Horne, 18, Pomona. Donald Eric Johnson, legal, Peorla, 111., and Helen Ann Lawrence, legal, SPOT ADS Are Well Read. You Are Reading One Now! Funerals MRS. CULBERTSON Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Ann Culbertson, who died Oct. 24, were at Towner's Chapel Oct. 26. Rev. R. C. Stephens officiated. Pallbearers were Bert Bran, Bill Poston, Alton Davis, M. J. Morris, Tom Williams and Elwood Walters. Mrs. J. M. Kilgore played organ selections. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery. MRS. ADA B. REEDER Funeral services for Mrs. Ada Belle Reeder, who died Oct. 24, were at Towner's Chapel on Oct. 26. Rev. Roy Armstrong officiated. Pallbearers were Tom Porter, Ernest Sellers, Bill Markham, James Grogan, Richard Beatty and Bryce Wantland. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Valley Brook Cemetery. Nab Thief At Border SEATTLE (AP) - Two border patrol inspectors capturec Thomas R. Fasenmeyer, Jr., society jewel thief from Kansas City, Kan., at the Canadian bor der near Elaine, Wash., ThurS' day. Fasenmeyer, 32, was one oi eight men who broke out of jai here Sunday night. One was killec in a nine-story fall from the county-city building. Five were re-captured quickly and one is still being sought. Fasenmeyer was awaiting tria after pleading guilty to jewe thefts from prominent Seattle res idents. After he was first arrestec here July 11 authorities said they learned he was wanted in 1 states for jewel thefts or escapes CHAPKI. PEHtNDAHLE AMBUIASCC SERVICE 525 NORTH MAIN PHONE C H 2-I 33 I OTTAWA. KAN"-" 1 - A TRIBUTE... To Our Women's Clubs! Those groups of our local women who have organized themselves into Clubs, deserve the unstinted commendation of all of us! There are bridge clubs. There are self-improvement clubs. There are clubs whose charitable work among the needy exemplifies the finest traits of American womanhood. Most of these are home women, women with families and all the cares of home management. Yet they find time for richly-deserved recreation, as well as charitable activities. They are making the most of their busy lives . . . and we heartily applaud their feminine proclivities. Let's give them generous support whenever they request itl JOE S Funeral Chapel JOE TOWNER — RENA TOWNER — JAY D. SANER Licensed Directors 525 North Main, Ottawa — AMBULANCE — CH 2-1331 WE SALUTE OUR TOWN Legate (First Published October JO. 1961) (Last Published November 3, 1961) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss :n the Probate Court of said County and State ji the Matter of the Estate of ?red E. Clayborn, alia Fred Clayborn, Deceased No. 10-761 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all Persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a pctl- lon has been filed In said Court bj Prances Rodgers, daughter and heir a aw of Fred E. Clayborn. aka Fred Clayborn, deceased, praying for the appointment of an administrator of the jstate of Fred E. Clayborn, aka Fred Clayborn. deceased, and you are here required to file your written dc fenses thereto on or before the 13th day of November, 1961, at 9:00 o'clock a.m.. of said day in said court. In the city of Ottawa, in said County and State, at which time and place salt cause will be heard. Should you fat therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said peti tlon. ANDERSON It BYRD Attorneys for Petitioner Francei Rodgers, SALE DATES Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Oct. 27—Emporia Livestock Sale Co Emporia, Kas. Oct. 28 — Franklin County Bale Co., Locust ti Wilson, Ottawa. Kansas. Oct. 30 — Special Stocker It Feede Sale. Franklin Co. Sale Co., Wilson It Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Oct. 31 — Osage City Livestock Sale Osage City, Kas. Nov. 2 — Chester Megonigle, Livestock & Machinery Sale 3 miles north, ',< mile east of Berryton, or 2 mile south and I'/i miles east of 29th St California, Topeka, Kas. at 11:00 a.m Nov. 3 — Emporia Livestock Sale Co. Emporia, Kas. Nov. 4 — Franklin County Sale Co. Wll son It Locust, Ottawa, Kas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin Count; Sale Company Every Saturday, Locust It Wilson, Ottawa K«s. Oct. 27 — Donation Sale Christian Church Princeton, Kansas. Oct. 30 — Special Stocker Si Feede Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Wllso; It Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Harold Stewart & Charles Scatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Oct. 26—Night Consignment Hors Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commlsslo Co., Ottawa. Kas. Oct. 27 — Scott Blow, Household goods misc., 1 mile east IVi south of High iand Cemetery. Nov. 2 — Harold D. & Marie A., Per singer, 8',v miles east of Osage City Nov. t — Night Consignment Hors Sale, Ottawa Live-stock Commission Nov. 21 — Night Consignment Hors Sale, Necsho Li/estop's Commissio Co., Neosho, Mo. Nov. 30 -— Night Consignment Hors Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commlsslo Co. Printy and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Thuesda night 7 p.m., 1138 N. Main. Community sale every Thurada night. 1138 N Mam. Oct. 27 — Harold Burroughs. Propert and furniture, Homewood, Kas. p.m. Oct. 29 — Mel's Auto Auction Hlghwa 71, Qrandvlew, Mo., 1 p.m. Nov. 1 — R. E. Trout 1 mile Nort Princeton and 3 miles east 1 p.m Nov. 5 — Mel's Auto Auction Highwa 71, Orandview, Mo., 1 p.m. Nov. 11, Norma Loux, household good 911 Willow St., Ottawa, 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-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 mi! East of Main on Wilson, every Satu: day, 1 p.m. 'ersonals -14 U.COHOLICS Anonymous. Write Box 281. Ottawa, Kansas. Phone CH 2-4120. \Iale Help Wanted —19 1ARRIED Men to 38 to service established customers. $80.00 guaranteed per week plus expenses. For interview & appointment — Phone CH 2-2447. >len and Women Wanted —23 COOK — New fraternity house, Baldwin, Kas., Telephone 5946696 or write Box 504. Female Help Wanted—24 WAITRESS — Daytime. Apply in person. Deena's Cafe. LADIES to work for National concern, mornings or evenings. SaIary._CH_2-3747. WOMAN unencumbered to manage small hotel. Permanent Morey Hotel, Moran, Kansas. Middle aged woman to help with care of wheel chair patient — $30.00, 5 day week. Write Box_B-57 care of Ottawa Herald. WGULETYOCTBE interested in living in a nice modern home and wages in exchange for the) care of my mother. One in family. Mrs. H. V. Orr. 3121 Stafford, Topeka, Kansas. Male Help Wanted —19 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- PALMOLIVE CO. Salesmen —20 SALESMEN — Part time from your home, up to $250 per month. Full time opportunity unlimited. Write Box Z-56 c-o Ottawa Herald. 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. General Services —29 IRONINGS - CH 2-3357. PLOW, blade, grade yards. Lee Carter. CH 2-3659. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter. 535 So. Sycamore. TRASH HAULING, raking. CH 22585. WHEEL ALIGNMENT - Balancing, body work. CH 2-5456. BULLDOZING - All types. Norman Scott. Phone CI! 2-1219. SINGER — repair and parts. Albrights Ph. CH 2-4340 WAT~KTNS~PRODUCTS - CH 23696. Mornings. ALBAN'S Hydraulic Jack Service — New and used. 715 Willow. DEAD ANIMALS removed. Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa - CH 2-1064. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section. WALTPAPER removed by steam. Painting, papering. Conrad's Spray, Painters and Decorators. Phone CH 2-3268. McCRACKEN " ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 24930 Livestock -34 23 GOOD FEEDER PIGS. Jesse Edgecomb, Williamsburg.

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