8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, November 1, 1961 News Briefs Hawkins School District will held a special meeting at Evergreen School .Friday at 8 p.m. to discuss school unification. Rummage Sale, Aud., Sat., Nov. 4 Trinity W.S.C.S. Adv. Jack E. Stayton, 18, 1310 E. 7th, was cited by police early today for driving 40 miles an hour in a 30-mile zone, according to police records. He is to appear in Police Court Nov. 7. Smorgasbord tonight. American Coffee Shop. North Adv. Claude R. Corbin, radioman second class, USN, son of Mrs. Addie H. Fields, 119 S. Cedar, is serving in the Western Pacific aboard the Seventh Fleet ammunition ship USS Pyro. The Pyro recently visited Subic Bay Philippines. Eight weeks Wright's Studio. till Christmas Adv Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. F. W. Barnes, son of Gordon Barnes, 1245 S. Mulberry, and a high school senior at Kemper Military School, has been promoted to the rank of sergeant, first class, in the 365-member corps of cadets. Barnes' assignment is platoon sergeant. He is a member of Company "A". Turkeys, fresh oven dressed Murphy's Turkey Farm. TU 3-6618. Adv. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. Mrs. Everett Thornbrugh has been in Tulsa, Okla., visiting her daughter, Mrs. V. L. Stanhope, and family and her granddaughters, Mrs. J. 0. Calkins and Mrs. James Blair. Mrs. Ethel Thornbrugh, Lamar, Mo., recently vist- ed a week with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thornbrugh. Chicken-Noodle Supper & Bazaar Thurs. Nov. 2. 5:30 to 8:00 Princeton Meth. Church. Adults $1.00, Children under 12, 35 cents. Served family style. Adv. Visiting briefly with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Stith are his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest G. Stith, Washington, D. C. Mr. Stith is associated with the Office of Education. • First Baptist Rummage Sale, Church Basement, Nov. 2, 3, 4. Adv Richmond News Returning From Japan By MABEL CHANDLER Mrs. Alma Bastin has received word that her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Carl A, Bastin, and children are en route home from Japan, "arl will return to the States soon. His next assignment is in Louisiana. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Coen and daughters, Los Angeles, Calif, en route to Danville, 111., to visit his mother, were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Valentine. Mrs. Coen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott Jr. Junior formerly lived here. Announcement has been received of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. James Greishar, Salina. She weighed 7 lb., 10 oz., and has been named Karyne Therese. Mrs. Merritt McDonald entertained at a coffee Saturday morning. Present were Mmes. Frank Schuster, Howard Benjamin, 0. D. Merseheimer, J. A. Hendrix and Tom Payne, all of Garnett. Mrs. Orie Higdon entertained at family dinner Sunday honoring Ir. Higdon's 88th birthday. Pres- nt were the Floid and Harry awtons, Prairie Village; Low- 11 Puijears, Overland Park and Irs. Mabel Hilbert, Princeton, everal called in the afternoon to xtend birthday greetings. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brock left Cansas City Sunday afternoon via rain to attend the funeral of her ister, Mrs. George Knight, in anta Anna, Calif., who died Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George C. )ietrich have received word that heir grandson, Lynn Dietrich, Mt. /iew, Calif., underwent major urgery there Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Wilkerson, Chicago, are here visiting Stella, lary and Herb Kepple. Mmes. Ray McLees, George liebe and Frank Makeson were quests at the meeting of the cissors Club at Mrs. Bob Kui- ens Wednesday. The November meeting will be with Mrs. Betty ox in Garnett. Nate Sharpless visited his sis- er, Edith, in Newman Hospital, Imporia, Sunday evening. Her :ondition shows improvement. Mr. and Mrs. John McMillan, who had been away since April, lave returned to their home here. ,','Hwerett White and Darlene spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. White at the K. U. Medical Center. Mercy Flight Helps Hurricane Victims Mrs. Frank Thayer, 508 E 14th, underwent major s u r gery in K. U. Medical Center Kansas City, Kas. She is in room 222-B. Welisville News Garden Club Elects New Officers By BERNICE HOLDEN The election of officers was helc at the meeting of the Wellsvill Garden Club Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Oliver Neis Elected were Mrs. Bernhard Flem ing, president; Mrs. Oliver Neis vice president; Mrs. Hugh Macy secretary; Mrs. Mary O'Neil treasurer. The meeting was opened wit! "The Legend of the Forget-Me Not," read by Mrs. Velma O'Con nor. Mrs. Tom Ruddell preside* at the business meeting. Roll cal was answered by "My Favorit Mulch and Why". The lesson topic, "Conservation With Ground Covers", was given by Mrs. Lester Whitley Sr. Thi little show was a display of chry santhemums. Funerals ANSON CAMP Services for Anson Camp o Rantoul will be Thursday at p.m. at Farris Funeral Home ir Garnett. Rev. R. B. Shoemake will officiate. Masons will serv as pallbearers and there will b a Masonic graveside service. Re! atives and friends may call a Towner's Chapel until noon Thurs day. MRS. H. A. BARNHART Funeral services for Mrs. I A. Barnhart, who died Oct. 28 were at Towner's Chapel on Oc 31. Dr. Raymond P. Jennings an Dr. A. B. Martin officiated. Pal bearers were Roy Bones, Do Sellers, Warren Baker, Richar Beatty, Russell Howard and W C. McConachie. Mr. and M r Robert Bowline sang hymns at companied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore Burial was in Highland Cemetery MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - The first relief plane landed safely at Belize today with food arid medicine for the hurricane-battered British Honduras capital. Capt. Dean Ricker, pilot of the Tan Airlines mercy flight which took off from Miami, reported from the air that the Central American seaport "appeared to be 50 to 75 per cent destroyed" by rampaging hurricane Hattie. The message was relayed to Miami via Honduras. The British frigate Trowbridge was expected to reach the stricken city today and so were two United States destroyers which had been cruising off Honduras. Tan Airlines' Miami office said its airplane was placed at the disposal of the governor of British Honduras to fly injury victims to hospitals in Guatemala and Hon duras if advisable. Most of sea-level Belize's inhabitants apparently fled to higher ground before Hattie, the season's eighth tropical storm, flung 9 to 10 feet of water into the city. The State Department said it had received no word from U.S. diplomats „ stationed in Belize. They were identified as Consul Richard Geppert and Vice Consul Richard Connelly. Both have their wives with them and each family is said to have a baby. Rockwood Foster, West Indies desk officer at the State Department, said the Consulate was in a two-story wooden building less than 50 yards from the shore. He said the lower floor was used as an office and the upper as living quarters for the U.S. official families. The State Department understood that the two U.S. destroyers sent to the stricken Honduras capital arrived about midnight and sent small boats into the city, but no reports had been received by the department on what was found. Hal Holler, operator of radio station HR3HH for the Standard Fruit Co. at La Cieba, Honduras, said only two known casualties lad been reported but that Belize, with 31,000 population, was vir- iually destroyed. The government radio station and the tower at the air field were smashed, Holler reported, but a police emergency radio was in operation. "The damage is appalling" said a radio message from the governor of the crown colony. "Hurricane Hattie struck Belize with great severity. Damage to proprety is devastating. The sea invaded the town to depths of 9 to 10 feet," he said in an appeal for help intercepted by a ham radio operator. It was reported that 30,000 Belize residents had been evacuated. British Honduras, which is about the size of Massachusetts, has 91,200 inhabitants. The country's chief export is mahogany and lignum vitae. Hurricane Hattie destroyed herself in the mountainous terrain after striking Belize with winds up to 200 miles per hour in gusts. Jury Excluded In Murder Trial RUSSELL, Kan. (AP) - Questioning of officers regarding statements signed by two youths accused of killing a Kansas railroad man continued today in district court. For the second day in a row, the jury hearing murder charges against George Ronald York, 18, Jacksonville, Fla., and James )ouglas Latham, 19, Mauriceville, Pex., was excluded from the court Mrs. George Atchison was in Garnett Wednesday to attend a dinner at the Roscoe McDowell home honoring Mrs. R. R. Nelson, Moorhead, Minn. Others present were Mrs. Edna Schwab and her daughter, Mrs. Harry Hob- bier, Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eade, who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. John Gracey, and family, have returned to their home at Niagara Falls. Canada. Mrs. Kenneth Cunningham attended the Kansas Poultry Association meeting and Egg Show in Wichita this week. Mmes. Winnie Cunningham and Clarence Gault accompanied her, the former to visit Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wallis, and Mrs. : Gault to visit her son, Joe and family. The Leo Wiederholts are building a 3-bedroom ranch style home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lickteig entertained at a dinner Sunday honoring their daughter on her birthday. Present were the Robert Lickteigs, Mark Rockers Jr., and L. L. Chandlers. The Delmar Bowmans were Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. Emma Mardick, to honor him on his birthday. Mrs. Don Wilford and children will leave this week to join Don who is in training at Colorado Springs. The Tom Whartons have received word that their son. Glen, 159 Williams St., Mobile, Ala., underwent major surgery in a hospital there last week. Their son, Glen, was treated by a Garnett physician Monday for injuries received to his right hand when it was caught in an ensilage cutter. Merle Feuerborn, the Ivo Feuerborns, Kansas City, and the Wally Scales, Lawrence, spent Sunday with the Henry Feuer- borns honoring Mr. Feuerborn on his birthday. The Lonnie Chambers, returned Saturday from a visit with their relatives in California. Frank Gerhold is with his daughter, Mrs. George M. Dietrich, in Overland Park to be near his brother, Wesley Gerhold, who underwent surgery in a Kansas City hospital. The Harold Maleys spent Sunday afternoon with her father, Merle Christenson, and wife near Ottawa. The Christensons are leaving this week for an indefinite stay in California. Discuss School Boundaries The Franklin County sub-committee on school district unification held a regular meeting last night in the office of the county superintendent, Maurice Ponton. Among subjects discussed was the boundary line of districts in the vicinity of Wellsville. Ponton said today that it is possible that a joint meeting of Franklin and Douglas County sub-committees will be needed to discuss the matter at greater length and establish a boundary line satisfactory to both countries. Other matters discussed, Ponton said, were of a general informative nature on the question of unification. Community Day Program Friday The United Church Women's an nual World Community Day program in Ottawa will be Friday al 2 p.m. in Westminster United Presbyterian Church. The speaker will be Derek Kelly, Ottawa University student from Haiti. "Freedom to Know" is the World Community Day theme for 1961, according to Mrs. Henry Alban, local president. room. It will not return until District fudge Benedict P. Cruise rules on he statements. At issue is whether constitutional rights of the youths were protected when statements were made o Kansas authorities in Salt Lake lity, Utah, on June 11. York and Latham are charged with first degree murder in the shooting June 9 of Otto Ziegler, 62, Oakley, Kan. They are also accused of six other slayings in Florida, Tennessee, Illinois and Colorado but are on trial here only for Ziegler's death. Two agents of the Kansas Bureau of Identification, Clarence Duntz of Hays and Jack Ford ol Ulysses, testified today. Federal officers were questioned Tuesday along similar lines and Judge Cruise ruled that rights of the youths had been protected in signing statements given federal authorities. York's mother, Mrs. Horace York of Jacksonville, was sub poenaed today as a possible wit ness by her son's court-appointee attorneys. She has attended the trial daily since it began Oct. 23 Latham's sister, Mrs. Betty Roddy of Beaumont, Tex., and an aunt, Mrs. Tom Stewart of Orange Tex., were subpoenaed Tuesday by the defense. Local Markets Soybeans $2.19 Wheat 1.83 Milo 1.60 Rye W Shelled Corn 1.10 Ear Corn 1.05 Oats 75 Barley 91 Butterfat 48, 41 Eggs, straight run 2( Eggs, graded 32, .24, .20 Cocks Hens .03 .01 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 2.000; calves 250; steers and heifers steady to 25 higher; cows steady; vealers unchanged; stockers and feeders steady; good to choice steers 33.50-25.50; high good and choice heifers 23.00-75; utility and commercial cows 14.50-16.00; good and low choice vealers 23.0026.00; good and choice stockers 22.75-24.50; choice and fancy feeders 23.5U-24.00. Hogs '4,000; barrowi and gilts steady to 15 higher; sows steady; barrows and gilts 1-3 180-260 lb 16.00-50; sows 1-3 270-400 lb 14.0015.50. Sheep 1,600; lambs strong to 3550, higher; ewes and f e e d e r s steady; good to prime 15.00-17.50; cull to good ewes 3.00-5.00; good to choice feeders 11.00-12.00. Trumans White House Guests WASHINGTON (AP)-The wholi Truman family—Harry, Bess and daughter Margaret—will be bad in the White House tonight, as guests. The former First Family will be honored at a dinner and then wil stay overnight. Mr. and Mrs. Truman will sta; in the Lincoln and queen's rooms Their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Daniel o New York, will have a suite on the third floor. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Fred Collier, Paola; Mrs Wilbur Yates, RFD 3; Tuesday. James Williams, 609 S. Sycamore; Wednesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Noah G. McRoberts, Princeton, son born Wednesday, weight, 6 lb., 10 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Murlin G. Heffner and infant daughter, RFD 2, Baldwin; Wednesday. Deaths MRS. CARL GRAVES Mrs. Carl Graves, 68, Azusa, Calif, the former Minnie McCree of Ottawa, died yesterday. She had lived in the Los Angeles area the past 20 years. While living in Ottawa she was a member of the Recruit Class of North Baptist Church. Surviving are the widower, 5419 Rockvale Ave.; two daughters, Mrs. Thelma Rowing, Pico Rivera, Calif., and Mrs. Gladys Neely, San Antonio, Tex.; three sons, Harold, Bell Gardens, Calif.; Carl, Alhambra, Calif.; and Olin, San Bernadino, Calif., and eight grandchildren. Services will be Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in Hillside Chapel, Whittier, Calif., with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pomona Newt Plan School Carnival By MARY HUDELSON The carnival to be at the high school gym on Saturday, Nov. 11, is keeping the freshman class busy. Committees have been appointed to work out details for the food stands, guessing games, fish pond and grab bag, makeup booth, fortune telling, cake walks, various games of skill, Christmas bazaar, flea market and white elephant sale, and voiceless auction. The fun will begin at 7 p.m. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Martha Elizabeth Gates, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Irvin H. Gates, Chula Vis ta, Calif., to James Edward Pat ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Patton, Chula Vista, on Oct. 19. The groom is in the U. S. Army, stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash., where they will live. The Pat' tons formerly lived in the Porno na area. He is a grandson of Mrs. James A. Hudelson. Mrs. Nell Wilson visited her sister, Mrs. Darrell Cobb, in Manhattan on Wednesday. The C. A.s of the Assembly of God Church held a Halloween par ty at the home of Fred Hamilton Friday evening. Some came in costumes. A hayride at 7 was fol lowed with refreshments. During the past week, Mr. am Mrs. Lamar Wallace have had a houseguests Mrs. Pearl Saunders Kansas City, Mo., and Maurin' Adams, Van Buren, Ark. On Fri day Mrs. C. M. Wallace, Muskogee, Okla., and her daughter, Mrs Newton Wallace, Winters, Calif., were entertained for dinner. About 25 Eastern Star members and Masons met for a social evening and potluck supper Oct. 30, a meeting made possible because October had five Mondays. Mrs. Veva Vincent has returned to her position at the Citizens State Bank after a 2-week vacation in the Pacific Northwest and Colorado. She and her father, 0. W. Pai'ks, flew to Portland, Ore., to visit an aunt and other relatives. On their return trip, they were met in Denver by Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Nichols, Sugar City, Colo., where they went for sev- Rainfall Exceeds Normal For Year With two months of 1961 remaining, Ottawa already has received 12.10 inches more than a normal year's rainfall, John P. Selsey, local weather observer, reports. At the end of October, the total moisture recorded at his weather station in the northeast part of Ottawa was 49.65 inches. Normal rainfall for a full calendar year is 37.55 inches at the Ottawa station. The month of September was the big offender in the matter of excess moisture. The Setpember rain measured 13.20 inches, Kelsey reported. This is 9.27 inches above the normal September rain which is 3.93 inches. Rainfall in March and May also was excessive, March having 6.52 inches and May 7.74 for a total of 14.26 inches. Normal for the two months would be 7.99 inc ,hes2.54 for March and 5.45 for May. It is not expected that the year 1961-will set a new record. With two months remaining, the total is still 11.76 inches short of the record 61.41 inches which was recorded in the big flood year of 1951. Legate Charge Is Reduced Charles Keith Clark, about 21, Topeka, pleaded guilty in District Court here yesterday to a reduced charge of making an illegal left turn March 27 and was fined $50 and costs, court records showed today. Clark, formerly of RFD 4, was charged with negligent homicide following the collision on US50 at the intersection of Sand Creek Road. Killed in the collision was Kenneth Larry Reddick, 19, 224 W. 7th, home on leave from Navy. Clark suffered cuts severe bruises. MRS. VELMA ICENHOWER Mrs. Velma (Emerson) I c e n- hower, 64, Kansas City, died yesterday. She was born at Waverly Aug. 7, 1897, moving to Ottawa as a small child. She was a graduate of Ottawa High School. On Nov. 1, 1922, in Ottawa, she was married to William Icenhower. Surviving are the widower, one daughter, Mrs. Maxine Davis, and three grandchildren, Ft. Collins, Colo., and two brothers, Glenn Emerson, Ava, Mo., and Ralph Emerson, Ottawa. Services will be held at the Newcomer Chapel, Brush Creek and the Paseo, Kansas Thursday at 2:30 p.m. City, Marriage Licenses Earl T. Garrington, 32, and Georgie R. Watson, 37, both of Scranton. Introducing Bob Roberts . . . As of June 1st, Mr. Roberts has been associated with the Lamb Funeral Home. Bob comes from Nebraska where he has been a licensed embalmer and funeral director for the past eleven years, and has received his Kansas license since arriving in Ottawa. He is a Korean War veteran, a member of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars; also a member of the Kiwanis Club and the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Bob and his wife, Elaine, are members of the Faith Lutheran Church; they are residing at 325 E. 12th Street. OTTAWA'* UAPINO FUNeiAl SINCI 1I9| DIMCTOM eral days. Mrs. George Parks and Jean Henshaw went to the K. U. Medical Center on Sunday to see her son, Howard Henshaw, Salina, who recently underwent an operation for the amputation of one leg. He is reported to be improving. The birthdays of Margaret McNees and Teddy Nitcher were the occasion for a dinner party Sunday at the home of Mrs. Clara Nitcher. Besides the honor guests, those entertained were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nitcher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nitcher, Mr. Rodney Pembroke, Mrs. Veva Vincent and Mr. 0. W. Parks. Barbara Fox, Okemah, Okla., entered the high school on Mon day as a sophomore. She is living with her aunt, Mrs. Coy Kelley. The Pomona schools will be dismissed on Thursday and Friday in order that the teachers may attend the State Teachers Association meetings. Lamar Wallace, Mary Hudelson, Mrs. Opal Nitcher and Mrs. Mae Likes expect to go to Topeka. Since there is a meeting at Lawrence this year, several will take advantage of its nearness. Mary Esterbrook, Mrs. Helen Good, Mrs. Marjorie Giffin, Carlin Nalley and Mr. Bob Watkins will take in sessions there. CAMP — Funeral Service for Anson Camp will be conducted at 2: p.m. Thursday from the Farris Funeral Home in Garnett, Kas. Graveside Masonic Service at the Garnett Cemetery. SLAVENS - Funeral Service for Alber Lina Slavens will be conducted from the Centropolis Christian Church Sunday afternoon at 2: p.m. Interment in Evergreen Mound Cemetery. the and Nehru To Visit With Kennedy CALCUTTA, India (AP)-Prime Minister Nehru waxed enthusiastic about the United States today and said there is no major conflict between India and America. Nehru leaves Friday for a visit to President Kennedy and a brief U.S. tour. He told the opening session of an East-West conference sponsored by the Ramkrishna Mission and the United Nations that India and the United States have much in common, for example, their systems of government and democratic institutions. (First Published, October 25. (Lust Published, November 8, 1961) State of Kansas, Franklin County, a. In the Probate Court of said County and State. In the Matter of the Estate of Fred B. Thlelen and Hattie A. Thielen, both 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 Mary Jo Kellcy and Elizabeth A. Dietrich, daughters and heirs at law of th« above named decedents, praying th» court to determine the descent of tn» following described real estate la Franklin County, Kansas, to-wlt: An undivided one-half Interest in the Northwest V* of Section 29, Township 18. Range 19, containing 160 acres, more or less. An undivided one-half Interest In and to Lots 27, 28 and the North 19 feet of Lot 31. In Block 119, In the city of Ottawa, Kansas; •which was owned by Fred B. Thielen, one of the above named decedents, at the time of his death, and praying the court to determine the descent of th« following described real estate In Franklin County, Kansas, to-wit: An undivided three-fourths Interest In the Northwest Vt of Section 29. Township 18, Range 19, containing 160 acres more or less. An undivided three-fourths Interest In and to Lots 27, 29 and the North 19 feet of Lots 31, In Block 119, la the City of Ottawa, Kansas. Commencing at the Northeast corner of the Southwest Vi of the Northeast Vt of Section 2, Township 17, Range 19, thence West 165.S feet thence South 640 feet to ths North line of Tenth Street in the City of Ottawa to a point 167.5 feet West of the East line of the Southwest '/i of the Northeast V'«, thence East to the East line of the Southwest '/« of the Northeast 'A of Section 2, thence North 640 feet to th» place of beginning, excepting there- out a strip off the North side 407^4 feet, In the City of Ottawa, Kansas; which was owned by Hattie A. Thlelem at the time of her death. You are hereby required to file your written defense thereto on or before the 17th day ol November, 1961. at 10:00 o'clock am., of said day, In said court, 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. Witness our hands la the Ctif of Ottawa in said county and state this 25th day of Ocober, 1861. Mary Jo Kelley, Elizabeth A. Dietrich, Petitioners. Wlnton A. Winter, Attorney. Dismiss Charges Against Farmers WICHITA (AP)-Suits charging seven Kansas farmers with over- planting wheat have been dismissed. Robert Green, assistant U.S. district attorney, said settlements are being negotiated by the Department of Agriculture with the seven—Albert Ratzlaff, Route 2, Hillsboro; Alvin Dean Krehbiel, Pretty Prairie; Leland Chizek, Lincolnville; LaVern Funk, Route 2, Peabody; and Earl Banman, Wesley Duerksen and A. S. Klassen Jr., Lehigh. SALE DATES Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Oct. 31 — Osage City Livestock Sale, Osage City, Kas. Nov. 2 — Chester Megonigle, Livestock li Machinery Sale 3 miles north, Vj mile east of Berryton. or 2 miles south and IVa miles east of 29th 81 California, Topeka, Kas. at 11:00 a.m. Nov. 3 — Emporla Livestock Sale Co., Emporia, Kas. Nov. 4 — Franklin County Sale Co. Wilton ft Locust, Ottawa, Kas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday. Locust & Wilson, Ottawa, Kas. Harold Stewart & Charles Bcatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Nov. 2 — Harold D. & Marie A., Persinger, 8Vi miles east of Osage City. Nov. B — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission. Nov. 10—Chet Louderback farm sale 4W miles east of Ottawa on Highway 68. 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., 1138 N. Main. Community sale every Thursdaj night. 1136 N. Main. Nov. 1 — R. E. Trout 1 mile North Princeton and 3 miles east 1 p.m. Nov. 6 — Mel's Auto Auction Highway 71, Qrandvlew, Mo., 1 p.m. Nov. 11, Norma Loux, household goods, 811 Willow St., Ottawa, 1 p.m. NOV. 13 — Harold Burroughs Property ti furniture, Homewood, Kas. 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Bale, OTWbrook, Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Sale located one mile East of Main on 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 26 insertions per word 60c Minimum charge 70c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c mln. 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 emblem $1.50 2 insertions no change .. $1.50 Classified Display (Local) 13e 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 LOST OR STOLEN - Large black male cat with white feet and white spot on breast. Strayed from 827 N. Sycamore. Reward. Call CH 2-2113 or CH 23518. Notices —9 Tancred Commandry No. 11 K.T. Stated Conclave Thurs., Nov. 2nd, 7:30 p.m. Business Meeting. Instruction for Inspection. All Sir Knights urged to attend. Myron S. Steere Jr. E.G Gerald B. Harford, Rec. Male Help Wanted —19 WANTED—Distributor for Franklin County to call upon fleet accounts, garages and service stations. The distributor will be representing one of the large grease and oil companies of OK. For complete information write Ashton Distributors at 118 South 71 Highway, Kansas City 34, Mo. 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.
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