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THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, November fi, 1961 News Briefs Clyde E. Ledom, 37, 123Vi E. 2nd, was arrested about 3 p.m. Saturday and charged with driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, police reported today. He was placed in jail. Willie E. Williams. 39, 115 S. Mulberr,, was arrested Sunday and charged with being drunk anc disturbing the peace in the 10( block on South Poplar. He postec bond of $100. police reported. Bert Bell Jr., 19, RFD 3. Ot tawa, was arrested Sunday anc charged with making an illega U-turn in the 400 block on South Main. He is to appear in police court Tuesday, police reported. Seven weeks till Christmas Wright's Studio. Adv Two cars were damaged slightly shortly after 3:30 p.m. Sunday at 5th and Main, police reported today. Cars driven by Neva M. Moon, 113 W. 5th, and Carol A. Berry, Lawrence, both traveling north, were involved. The Moon rar was in the left lane and the Berry car in the right lane. At the intersection the two cars hooked bumpers, the Moon car being damaged an estimated $25, and the Bern,' car $5. No arrest was made. Elmer Bell Sr., 819 W. 7th, underwent surgery at St. Francis THE WINNERS — Four winners in the County Health-sponsored T.B. skin test poster contest are seen with first and second- place posters. First place winners are (left to right) Kathy Spratt. Eugene Field; Don Shipman, Sacred Heart; Pam Printy, Lincoln, and Lorna Martin, Sacred Heart. Pam represents a team composed of herself. Knthy Sayler and Kathryn Kasppr. (Herald Photo) Jury To Get Murder Trial Case Hospital Notes ! Admissions Anderson W. Spooner, RFD 4; | Aaron M. Smith, 619 Cleveland; I Saturday. Mrs. Arthur S. Allen, I RFD 1; Mrs. John D. Roth, 722 S. Hickory: Monday. Hospital. Topeka, this morning, i RUSSELL, Kan. (AP) - Final Births His room number is 140. Chili Supper Tues., Nov. 7, 5:307. Hawthorne School P.T.A. Adv. Charles R. Strahan, radioman second class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Strahan, 119 E. Fifth, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Saratoga, now participating in Second Fleet exercises in the Western Atlantic and scheduled to return to its Mayport. Fla., home porl at the end of October. Richard M. Latimcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren W. Latimer, 932 S. Main, qualified for the dean's special distinction list honor roll during the first six weeks a( Wentworth Military Academy, Lexington, Mo. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. The regular meeting of Chapter 785, National Association of R#tired Civil Service Employes, will be at the Youth Center Tuesday at 2 p.m. Members and their wives or husbands are asked to attend and invite or bring other interested friends. Attorney Robert A. Anderson and Howard Larson, Ottawa board of education secretary, were speakers at the meeting of the Ottawa Lions Club at noon today, discussing school unification. Anderson is a member of the Franklin County sub-committee on unification. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv arguments in the murder trial of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eichenber- two AWOL soldiers were delayed jger. Pomona, son born Saturday, today by legal procedure. : weight, 8 lb., 3 ox. Attorneys for the state and for j Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sleiner, James D. Latham, 19, Maurice- Kansas City, Kas., son born Saturday, weight, S lb., 10 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Leach, ville. Tex., and George Ronald York, 18, Jacksonville, Fla. discussed instructions to the jury Wellsville, daughter born Sunday, with District Judge Benedict weight. 8 lb.. 10'/2 oz. Cruise in his chambers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jarboe, York and Latham arc charged)RFD 3, Olalhc, daughter born with murder in the fatal shooting I Monday, weight, 6 lb., 8 oz. last June of Otto Ziegler. 62, of Oakley, Kan. The courtroom was filled to rapacity by 9 a. m. but the session had not begun two hours later. Members of the all-male, jury milled around the corridor wailing for court to open. The jury will get the case when final arguments are completed late today. Testimony in the case was corn- Mr, and Mrs. Robert West, 601 N. Cherry, son born Monday, weight, 8 lb., 13 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burgoon, Wellsville, daughter born Monday, weight, fi lb.. ]5 oz. Milk Strike Still On In New York NEW YORK (AP) - Lengthy peace talks in a Teamsters Union strike that has caused a 13-day milk drought in the city and on Long Island were recessed early today after management negotiators claimed exhaustion. Mayor Robert F. Wagner called a temporary halt at 3:30 a.m. — To Observe Veterans Day Ottawa American Legion Auxiliary members plan a ner Saturday night. Nov. 11, in observance of Veterans Day. The dinner will be in the basement of municipal auditorium. The meeting will mark Ihe end of the and din- Pomona News 40 Attend Friendship Day Meeting By MARY HUDELSON Friendship day at the Methodist W.S.C.S. brought out about 40 members and guests on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 2, in spite of he very disagreeable weather. W.S.C.S. groups from Richter, Quenemo and Michigan Valley were invited. Mrs. Nicholas Hudcl- son gave a vocal solo, and the Wesley Choir sang two numbers. The main speaker was Rev. Maitree Chartburut from Thailand. He presently is pastor ol the United Presbyterian Church Ottawa, having been in this country for six years. He plans to return to his country in December. Slides were shown on Thailand and Mr. Chartburut told of Chris tian life there. Mrs. Warren Scl lens was program chairman. Re freshmenls were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Lionial Shaw Mrs. Ernest Burns. Mrs. James Driver and Mr. Lylc Hunt. The Stitch 'n Chatter Club met at the home of Mrs. R. H. Bethell on Wednesday afternoon. There was discussion of Christmas plans. Mrs. John Largent and Mrs. Sue Brown were guests. j The 15 members present and i guests were served refreshments i by the hostess. | The Chippewa Radio Club met I at the club house Wednesday, Nov. 1, to transact business and spent I h e evening contacting absent members on the radio set. Refreshments were provided by John Kendall and Barry Brown. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save 10%--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 Male Help Wanted —10 MAN WITH CAR to service established customers. $103.00 per week guaranteed. Qualifications 21-35, high school education, good work references. See Mr. Schaulis. North American Hotel, Tues., evening 7-fl p.m. or 8-0 a.m. Wednesday. Female Help Wanted— 24 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 line Special Discount Contract Rales Available Hawthorne vicinity. CH 2-3941 after_5:30. _ ______ ASSTSTANT~Tn"d"cntal office. Experience not necessary, will train. Attractive hours. Pay will commensurate with ability. Write for interview, briefly stating age, education and working experience. Box L-57 c-o Ottawa Herald. General Services _ IRONINGS - CH 2-"3357. —29 . . , , i «; vii ii i ixtuviaii eiuu *-»MIJ.J ui "" m organisations current member- other members present were Jack ship drives. Dismissals Mrs. Jim Welch and baby daughter, RFD 1, Princeton: Mrs. Samuel Pacheco, 231 my Ostas. Pomona; Ash; Sat. Jim Mrs. pleted last Friday and the court ville; Grover Crawford, RFD 2, Wells- hours after the start of joint sessions that he had said would j continue until a settlement was j reached. ; The Teamsters had sought a $7 a week across-the-board pav increase. Management had offered a $9.10 package over two years. The walkout of 10,000 milk truck 1 drivers and plant workers has ' shut off the normal daily flow of eight million quarts of milk to 10 million residents of the city and Nassau and Suffolk counties, both on Long Island. recessed for the weekend. The trial began Oct. 23. baby Fire Losses Total $275 Mrs. Delores Smith and son, 325 S. Cedar; Mrs. Pearl Butter, Williamsburg; Howard Huston, 1015 N. Poplar; Sunday. Mrs. Jose Mora, 621 King; Tommy Ruth, 623 N. Cedar; Mrs. Frank Steward, 533 N. Sycamore; Mrs. Robert O'Connor, RFD 1, i Paola; Ben Hoffman, RFD 1, Ov- I erbrook: Mrs. Floyd Thompson Fire losses in Ottawa last \ an d baby daughter, 1119 N. Cher- month totaled only $275, Fire! vy; Monday. Chief Harry Gilliland reports. The loss resulted from two fires, $150 to the home of Francis Arnold, 841 S. Cherry, on Oct. 31, and $125 to a truck owned by Gonzalez Credits Ike For Victory •• SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP)— Henry B. Gonzalez, a liberal Democrat and Texas' newest congressman, says he owes his election in the 20th District in part to ex- President Dwi.aht D. Eisenhower. Eisenhower stumped San Antonio last week for Gonzalez' prin Ca.rd_pf Thanks _ — Our sincere~~thanks~to Mary Tankersly and her staff for opening the Home for us and their assistance; and to all our friends, neighbors and relatives for the many cards, gifts, and flowers for our Golden Wedding Anniversary.—Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Miller BABY SITTING in your home. _Day or night. CH 2-3211. mONlNGS' "WANTED. " 4261. Nellie Deal. New and used, 715 Willow. BABY ~SlTTlNG"^"My "home. CH 2-2497. PLOW, blade, grade yards. Lee Carter CH 2-3659. Notices __ — 9 Retta Conclave No. 8 "Order of True Kindred. meeting Regular Monday, Nov. 6th, 1961, 8:00 p.m. Initiation and Counselor's Night. Lynnette Dale presiding. Langley Sr., Jack Langley Jr., i Dale Langley. Bill Goodwill. Jim I Caslen and Lorenzo Nitcher. Earl Hart returned home Wednesday from the hospital in Holdcn. Mo., where he went for a checkup. He was brought by Ray Hughes and Milo Randall. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Swallow, Washington, D. C., are parents of a son born Nov. 2. The grand-' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert j Swallow and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd j Gages. Mrs. Myrtle Coltrane is a ; great grandmother. They have another son. Steven, over a year old. So. Sycamore. DEAD"ANIMALS" Removed~Stan"- dard Rendering Co Call collect Ottawa - CH 2-1064 LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section. WALLPAPER removed by steam. Painting, papering. Conrad'i Spray, Painters and Decorators. Phone CH 2-3268 _ WIIEEL"AXlG^NMENT^^Bala"nc. ing, body work. CH 2-5456. man Scott. Phone CH 2-1219. Edith Rea, W.C. Fred Gardner, Secy. Ottawa~Lodge~N'b7"i8 AF &' AM". | Tuesday, Nov. 7. Past|CH 2-3254 Masters Night. Work in the Third Degree. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Myron S. Stccre Jr. — Master Sidney 0. Morris — Sec'y TREE TRIMMING, topping, removing etc. Insured. Free Esti_mates. CH 2-3389 McCRACKEN ELECTRIC WIRING CH 2-4930 Salesmen —20 SALESMAN wanted by long established firm. Vacation with pay. Opportunity for experienced man to make good. Write Box .1-57 c-o Ottawa Herald. Male Help Wanted _—19j Special Bible study meetings be- j MAN TO REPRESENT US in this cipal opponent in Saturday's spe- gan Sunday. Nov. 5. at the Meth- j area. Good pay. For Interview i cial election, conservative Repub- Deaths Shipment of milk here for gen- j lican John Goode Jr. eral consumption—from dealers in a five-state area cleared by City Health Department officials—has brought a threat from the state Teamsters Union president to spread the strike to upstate New York. Rocco Deperno, the Teamsters official, said he would close any processing plants in New York State that bottled milk for shipment to New York City. Livestock —34 47 'WEANLING~pigsrGeraTdBreiC _haupt, _Wclsvillc._ TU 3-5573. 2~650"1brsU)c¥"steers7~Phone CH 2-3917. FOR" SALE — 4 sows'with pigs". Orvil Pohl, Baldwin, Kas. 8" NATIVE" EWES;" 1 buck7 Larry Shaffer. V/y miles southwest of i Homewood. ! YOUNG ""ANGUS"" Bull~^~John Foulkrod, Wellsville, Kas. TU3- 5388. FOR~ SALE —""Holstein~~hicfer Ralph Hopkins on Oct. 20. Firemen answered a total of 11 ! cats in trees. Knights of Columbus will serve a turkey dinner to wives and friends of members Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the hall. There will be a speaker from Kansas City Christmas packages for military personnel overseas should be mailed by Nov. 20 to insure arrival by Christmas, Postmaster T. J. Cummings reports. The dates of Nov. 1 to Nov. 20 were set by the Postal Department. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)—Kansas traffic- death log: 48 hours to 9 a.m. Monday—3. During November—6. During 1961—438. Comparable 1960 period—423. Funerals MRS. R. 0. Slavens Funeral services for Mrs. R. 0. Slaveys, who died Oct. 30, were at Centropolis Christian Church Nov. 5. Rev. G. B. Nelson officiated. Honorary pallbearers were Ralph Dyer, Bill Green, Ed Waterbury, Pete Henry, Oscar Deaton and Artie Denniston. Active pallbearers were Porter Turner, Howard Myers, Donald Woodsum, Emory Deaton, Harley Steward and Tilfred Simmons JOHN A. COLLINS John Albert Collins, 90, Melvern retired farmer, died Satur- calls, including two instances of j day at his home He had lived in Mclvern area since 1912, moving from Harrison, Mo. He had been in failing health for the past two years. He was born Sept. 22, 1871, at Delavan, 111., and was the son of George and Elizabeth (Billman) Collins. He married Lillian Jones Sept. 20, 1893, at Versailles, Mo. He was a member of Melvern Methodist Church and of Booth Grange. Surviving are the widow, one son, Herbert Collins, Melbern; two daughters, Mrs. Clara Sharon, Great Bend, and Mrs. Hazel King, Salina; three grandchil Lloyd Myers, Harold Myers and i dren - and two greatgrandchildren. Services will be at Shaffer Mor tuary in Lyndon Tuesday at 2 Florine Waterbury sang hymns, accompanied by Mrs. Hayden Turner, Burial was in Evergreen Mound Cemetery. p.m. Burial Cemeterv. will be in Melvern tl MCI ll»» OttAWA.HANiAJ ADAMS — Funeral services for George Give Adams will be held from the Lamb Funeral Home Tuesday, 10:30 A.M., Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating, interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery. CH 2-3550 Emporia State Debate Winner FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) Emporia Stale won the Texas Christian University invitational debate tournament Saturdav. Russia Warns Of MoreTests MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviets have issued a veiled warning that further nuclear testing by the United Stales and its allies may UN Delegates Discuss Congo UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) --Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian A. Zorin planned more talks with other U.N. delegates today before calling a Security Council meeting to discuss the threat of civil war in the Congo. Zorin is president of the council this month. One source said the 11-nation group might meet Tuesday or Wednesday, but another delegate dealing with the Congo case said he favored delaying it until next week to enable the U.N. secretariat to gather more information. Ethiopia, Nigeria and • Sudan sent Zorin a letter Friday night asking that he convene the council to consider the situation "caused by the lawless acts of mercenaries" in the Congo's .secessionist Katanga Province. The three African nations did not say what action they wanted the council to take. 52,855 to 42,553 with three other Democrats polling a total of about 1,500 votes. He will succeed Rep. Paul Kilday, Democrat, who resigned to become a federal judge, j Gonzale/. left for New York where he'll join the campaign of Mayor Robert F. Wagner for reelection. Up to the time of Eisenhower's appearance the National Democratic Headquarters hadn't real- lized the Republicans were trying to make this election a national issue, Gonzalez said in Dallas. odist Church. They are being conducted by Rev. R. A. Trowbridge and will continue at 7:30 p.m. on Sundays through November. Everyone is welcome. Betty Bethcll who leaches at Columbus, Kas., was home for a -Call collect, WE 1-4873, Kan- visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bethell. Before coming home, she attended the phy- j sical education meetings at the j Parsons section of the Stale Teachers Association sessions. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Clevenger entertained their bridge club Wednesday evening. A potluck dinner was served at 6:30 with bridge following. High couple ready to freshen. CH2-3738. sa_City,_Mo. 6 to 9 p.m. | FOR™SALFrHamp'boarTTed""NeT- HELrMVANTED — Service manj son. V/> East Centropolis. able to repair household appli-iFOR SALE — 3 HerefbrcTbulls', ances. Write Box K-57 c-o Otta-1 weight 450. Contact Roger Scott. wa Herald._ _ i Scott's_ Service. CH 2-9796.. PART~TiME~~Fulf Time route MRSE~SALE~-~fhuTsdTy~evfr "After the Republicans brought I prize was won by the Ed Nee- in their 50-megaton bomb, people started getting agitated." Close Road In County A half-mile road on the Roy Swank farm, southeast of Ottawa, was scheduled to be closed officially this morning, the board of Franklin County Commissioners said. Swank, some time ago, petitioned for the closing the road which has not been used for a number of years. The commissioners were to go Jim Ross and Harold Larson of compel the Soviet Union to pro- Emporia defeated a Northwestern long its program of tests, still numerically behind the West. Presiden Kennedy's announce- University team 3-0 in the senior finals. Emporia stale's Ifi debaters won 36 debates and lost 16 in the tournament. Woman Dies In Topeka Fire TOPEKA (AP)—Firemen, wearing oxygen masks, found the body of Mrs. Oma B. Bo/arth, 59, in the burning living room of her home Saturday night. last Thursday that the United Stales is getting ready for possible resumption of atmospheric tests was the target of a statement issued Sunday by the official Soviet news agency Tass. Boeing; Gets r^ Big Contract NEW YORK (AP)-The Boeing Co. has been awarded a $21,679.- Her husband, Harry M. Bo- j 515 contract for B52 bomber mod- zarth, told officers he had just re- \ ification kits, and General Electric turned from a visit Io his daugh- j Co. $15,804,000 in Air Force and ter at Maple Hill, Kan., and found i Navy contracts for various serv- his house filled with smoke. He! icos and work on defense proj- sounded the alarm. jetis. Terms Japan Visit Success WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of State Dean Rusk has returned from what he termed successful conferences with leaders in Japan and South Korea. Rusk, Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg and Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges arrived Sunday night after a week in the Far East. Rusk said three days of economic meetings with 'Japanese leaders at Hakone were very useful and very successful. Rusk held a news conference during a stopover at Anchorage, Alaska. He said Berlin "is not lost and not going to be lost." The situation in Laos will require further planning, he said. Marriage Licenses Stanley Nell Garrett, 17, Well&vllle, and Barbara Lou Stecle, 18, Shawnee. Kenneth Alvin Dodds. 31, and Sha- rrn Marie Cragg, la, both ot Ottawa Kent A. Ollder. Ft. Podge, Iowa, 31, and Salley S. Shader, Ottawa, 11. to the scene at 10 a.m., and if no objectors appeared by that hour the road would be declared closed. Official publication of the intent to close the road has been made, the commissioners said. Local Markets work. 23-40, married with car. $2 per hr. part time. $90 per week full time. Phone CH 2-2447 after 7:00 p.m. _ _ NATIONAL~COMPANY needs 2 men with good work background for route work. Guarantee $110.00 to qualified man. Write personal summary c-o Ottawa Herald, Box Q.-56. ning, November 9, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., West Wilson Street. Ottawa, Kansas. Nov SALE DATES Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 7—O.sage City Livestock Sale, Osage City, Kansan Nov. 10—Emporta Livestock Sale Co,, Emporla, Kansas Nov. 11—Franklin County Sale Co., Ottawa, Kansas Soybeans Wheat Miln Ryp Shelled Corn Ear Corn .., Oats $2.19 j .1.05 .90 1.12 Barley 1.07 75 95 Butterfat 48, 13 Eggs, straight run 20 Eggs, graded 32, .24, .20 Cocks 03 Hens 05 KC Markets KANSAS CITY lAPI — Cattle 1.1,000: calves 1.400; steers slow, mostly steady; hpifers steady; cows steady to 26 lower; vealer* steady; stackers and feeders Mtady; good to average choice .steers 23.00-25.00: good 23.00-24.00; good to prime hellers 32.50-34.25. utility and commercial cows 14.25- Ifi.SO; good and choice vealern 23.0,1-28.DO; choice to lancy stockers ^fi.00-37.00. Hogs 7,200: barrows and gills 25-75 lower; sows 25-5H lower; l-:i 190-250 lb barrows and Bills 15.50- lfi.00; 1-3 270-JUO lb tows 13.7515.00. Sheep 3.1011; Iambi steady to 25 higher; ewes and feeders steady; Koorl to prime lamb* 18. '10-18.00; utility and tjood ewes 4.00-S 00; good to cholct feedert 11.00-12.00. leys, with the Lamar Wallaces receiving second and the Nick Hud- elsons low. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hale. Topeka, were guests. Seniors at the high school have a number of opportunities to get better acquainted with area colleges through invitations to Open i NoT'Ts'-SpnciaPato'cker and Feeder houses. Senior Days were at Ot-! Sa "' Franklln Co - Sale Co ' Wllson tawa University Nov. 3 and 4. Kansas Wesley an University, Salina, has annouced high school and parents day for Nov. 11. A "Preview to a Future" was the theme for open house at Research Hospital School of Nursing yesterday. Parents should know of these opportunities and of the fact that scarcely a day passes without some offer of scholarships being received at the school. About seven PTA officers and committee chairmen will attend the district conference at Eudora on Friday, Nov. 10. With Gary Buhner as "The Prof" and Anita Slankard as his secretary, things are bound to happen at the Junior Class play, "Books and Crooks," when it is given Nov. 17. Between the telephone, class bells and the typewriter bell, everyone becomes mixed up, and confusion reigns. Mrs. Ethel Lindsey and Mrs. Cora Button entertained Mrs. Clara Nitcher, Mrs. Sadie Parks and Margaret McNees at a dinner on Friday in honor of Mrs. Parks' and Margaret's birthdays which were Nov. 4. Pfc. Marion Johnson is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Johnson. He has completed a tour of duty in Korea and will leave Nov. 13, reporting to Fort Sill, Okla. The freshman class needs additional contribution of articles for its flea market, Christmas bazaar, white elephant sale and auctions for the carnival. Sat., Nov. 11. Donations of new and used articles will be appreciated. Farm produce would be welcome. You may leave your contribution at the high school, or call and a freshman will pick it up. and Locust. Ottawa, Kansa« Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46 Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Sale Company Everj Saturday Locus' ti Wllson. Ottawa Nov. » — Waverly Sale Co., Waverly Kansas. Nov. 13 — Special Stocker & Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust ft Wilson, Ottawa. Kansas. Nov. 15 — F. O. Spencer & Son Hereford cattle ft farm machinery, 7 mlln South 2W East of WilliamsburK. Nov. 16 — Herbert Barnhart, Dairy Sale, 3 miles Northeast Michigan Valley. 1 p.m. Nov. 17 — Lyle M. Cox Farm Sale, 2!i miles North Williamsburg. Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon. Kansas Nov. 9 — Harold D. and Marie A. Ferslnger. 8'.i miles east of Osage i City. Nov. 9 - Night Consignment Horse Sale. Ottawa Livestock Commission. Nov. 10—diet I.ouderback farm sale 4' miles east of Ottawa on Highway 68. Nov. 14 — Mr. and Mrs. Karl Cum- ining.s farm sale, 2 miles south of Ottawa, Kas., airport. Nov. 21 — Night Consignment Horse Sale. Neoslio Li/e^oci Commission Co., Ncosho. 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 Thursdas night. 1138 N Main Nov. 11, Norma Loux, household goods, 911 Willow St., Ottawa, 1 p.m. NOV. 13 -- Harold Burroughs Property & furniture, Homewood, Kas, 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, Ovtrbrook, Kansas. Evefy Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Sale located one mil* East of Main on Wilson, every Saturday, 1 'p.m. sey, Brown Swiss, and Jersey heifers. Fresh and heavy spring- ers. Kenneth Russell. 4'/z southeast of Lane on 169 Highway. OVERBROOK"LIVESTOCK SALE, Overbrook, Kansas — Wednesday, Nov. 8, 12:30 p.m. — 2S Angus cows, calve in March; 25 Angus steer and heifer calves, 400; 25 Whitcface yearlinf steers, 600; 20 Whitcface yearling steers, 700; 15 Angus and Whiteface calves, 450; 15 Whiteface heifer calves, lightweight; 30 mixed steers, 600; 30 While- face heifers, 450; 60 mixed steers and heifers; 20 mixed cows. Many others. — Nelson and Carey, Auctioneers. Cliff Marconette, Mgr. Phone MO 52313. —35 Farm_Equipment _ CHAIN SAW" SPECIALTWe^are fighting to hold high chain saw sales in four states area by having low prices plus high trade- in. 4 H.P. $79.95, 5 H.P. $!)9.95, fi H.P. $119.95, 8 H.P. $139.95. Also blade type saw on sale. New chain at 25% disc., electric saws, electric: drills, electric bench grinders at Vz price. Welding and cutting outfit, clcc- Iric welders, welding rod, grain bins, grain augers, slock water (anks, hog feeders, air compressors, insulated underwear at wholesale prices. The Tire Capital of Kansas, Phone 21, La Cygnr, Kansas. Tractors -- Pickers Extra good Farmall "300" tractor. Super M Farmall, perf. condition. "CA" Allis tractor and cult. Woods Bros, picker, A-l. I.H. No. 101 combine/corn head. ADRIANCE'S Wellsville Poultry & Supplies —37 FOR SALE 135~ Austra White pullets. Phone 3454 Williamsburg. For Sale —40 DUALS fo"r~Affis Combine — Wesley Stevenson. Ottawa. SOLUT'WALNUT drop-leaf table", re-upholstered studio couch. See at Guy's Upholstery Shop, West 19th Street. CH 2-1893.

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