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Ottawa, Kansas
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A THE OTTAWA HERALD ** Wednesday, November 8, 1961 . News Briefs Ottawa University debaters are working on a full schedule this week. Tonight they meet Baker University at 7 o'clock in jthe university auditorium. Friday and Saturday five of the students will compete in the Central State College Debate tourney in Edmond, Okla. They are Jeffrey Cunningham, John Williams, James Gwartney, Michael Cornett and Fred Coldren. Prof. Michael Twedt, debate coach will company the group. ac- Cub Scouts Ronnie Bledsoe, Brent Baker, Craig Campbell, Brad Reynolds, Mike Mustain, Jerry Stark and John Bacon visited the Franklin County Humaine Society shelter Monday. Smorgasbord tonight. North American Coffee Shop. Adv. Two persons have been charged in County Court here with driving while having no valid driver's or chauffeur's license, court records show. They are Wayne H. McPherson, 21, Price Hall, Ottawa University, and Michael E. Cater, 18, RFD 2, Pomona. Both were cited by state troopers. Firemen answered a false alarm at the Mode O'Day plant here about 4:30 p.m. yesterday, according to fire department records. TO PRESENT SERVICE — These McPherson College students, Carl Werner, Jolene Johnston, Nggida Gadzama and Loi Keim, will present service at Ottawa's Church of the Brethren Sunday. College Group To Present Church Program Sunday Seven weeks till Wright's Studio. Christmas. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Smith, Inglewood, Calif., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Florence Gates, 233 S. Cedar. Mrs. Ellen Hyde has returned from visiting friends in Kansas City for a few days. Burton K. Chambers, graduate student, and Billie D. Ramshaw, freshman, are attending Oklahoma State University, Stillwater. Chicken Noodle Supper. Thurs. Nov. 9. Family style. Adults $1. Child. 50c. Union Chapel W.S.C.S. adv. Warren Black Post No. 60, American Legion, will furnish smothered steak dinners, coffee and desert at the Veteran's Day Pottuck Dinner in the Auditorium Nov. 10 at 6:30 p.m. Veterans and their families attending are requested to bring a covered dish, bread and butter sandwjiches. v $.nd table service. Warren McCamish, junior commander of the second district will be the speaker. The dinner originally was scheduled for Nov. 11. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. A Nigerian ministerial student, a former exchange student to Germany and a Kansas junior ministerial student will be members of a McPherson College deputation team which will present a service at 11 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 12, at the Ottawa Church of the Brethren, 9th and Main. The deputation will include Ng- gida Gadzama, sophomore from the African country of Nigeria; Lois Keim, senior from Peoria, 111., a student in Germany last year; Carl Werner, junior ministerial student from Winona; Joleen Johnston, freshmen from El Dorado and Paul Wagoner, di rector of alumni affairs and as sistant in public relations at the college. "The Quest for the Best" will be the theme for the service Two of the students will give in spirational talks on aspects of the theme, while another student wil serve as worship leader. Miss Johnston and Wagoner will be in charge of the music. Nine Churches of the Brethren will be visited during the week long tour, Nov. 12-19. Death Sentence In Russell Trial By DAYTON BLAIR RUSSELL, Kan. (AP) - Two teen-age soldiers who once brashly told of killing seven persons in a cross-country trail of robbery and death have been sentenced to John Alden, a senior at the University of Kansas, will serve as electronics technician for an electrochemical reactions research project at the university. He is from RFD 2, Wellsville. Local Markets Soybeans $2.23 1.83 Milo 1.65 Rye .90 Shelled Corn 1.12 Ear Corn 1.07 Oats 75 Barley 95 Butterfat 48, 43 Eggs, straight run 20 Eggs, graded 32, .24, .20 Cocks 03 Former OU Student Is Killed The death of Elmer H. Martin, of Mission, and serious injuries suffered by his wife in an automobile accident in southwest Missouri on Monday was learned by friends in Ottawa. The Martins, who have many friends here, were former Ottawa University students. They were returning from a visit with her brother and family at Little Rock, Ark. The body of Mr. Martin and Mrs. Martin in a semi-conscious condition were found at the bottom of an embankment along a road, where they apparently had been undiscovered for several hours. Mrs. Martin suffered multiple injuries including a broken leg and a broken jaw. She was taken to a hospital at Branson, Mo. A daughter, who lives in Kansas City, was called at once. Another daughter lives in Cincinnati. Mr. Martin was a retired salesman for a Kansas City dental supply company. Hens .OS KC Markets KANSAS CITY (API — Cattle 3.000; calves 700; steers slow, steady to weak; heifers slow, steady; cows slow, steady to 25 lower; vealers unchanged; stackers and feeders steady: good to high choice steers 23.00 - 25.50; good to high choice heifers 23.5024.25; utility and commercial cows 14.00-16.00; good and choice veal- ers 23.00-26.00; good and choice Btockers 22.50-24.50. Hogs 3,500; barrows, gilts 50-75 higher; sows 25-50 higher; 1-3 180370 Ib barrows and gilts 18.00-50; sows 1-3 270-400 Ib 14.25-15.60. Sheep 700; lambs, ewes and feeders steady; good to prime lambs 15.00-17.00; cull to good ewes 2.00-5.00; good to fancy feeders 10.00-11.50. Court Appeals Are Settled Two appeals from Police Court have been disposed of by the District Court here court records showed today. These are Gene O'Connor, 37, 428 E. 14th, who was returned to Police Court to pay a $100 fine levied for driving while intoxicated May 8, and Robert J. Weidner, 18, 831 Willow, fined $15 after pleading guilty in Police Court to a charge of driving 25 miles an hour in a 20-mile zone, according to Police Court records. Weidner was cited May 16 on a charge of reckless driving following an alleged drag race. The charge was dismissed in District Court and refiled as speeding. Funerals CLIVE ADAMS Funeral services for George Clive Adams, who died Nov. 3, were held at the Lamb Funeral Home Nov. 7, with Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Pallbearers were Max Gilmore, Dean Driscoll, David Griffin, Fred Vogler, Joe Ferns and Robert Cowdin. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Henning. Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Williamsburg. Democrats Score 2 Major Victories Legals By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Democrats have captured both >rizes in the two big elections, grinding out an upset by electing lie governor in New Jersey and easily winning the New York mayoral race. Both elections Tuesday were in- ently watched by politicians who regarded them as important in auging how the political winds may blow in 1962 and 1964. In New York, Robert F. Wagner breezed past Republican is 3. Lefkowitz and independent Lawrence E. Gerosa to win his third term as mayor, as had been expected. Across the Hudson River, New Jersey voters overturned predictions and elected Democrat Richard J. Hughes over Republican James P. Mitchell in the contest for governor. Both parties had wheeled their big guns into the New Jersey campaign. President Kennedy and former President Harry S. Truman campaigned for Hughes. Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower campaigned for Mitchell. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Billy R. Rose, Quenemo; Charles Henry Hull, RFD 3; Mrs. '.va Jackson, RFD 3; Evan Lloyd, Princeton; Tuesday. Donald Peters, 623 S. Cedar; William E. Hogan, 522 S. Muberry; Mrs. Frieda rlarrell, 605 N. Main; Wednesday. Dismissals Marvin Chesbro, Wellsville; Tuesday. James Lucky Williams, 609 S. Sycamore; Mrs. Lou A. Me- Dougal, 127 W. 7th, transferred to 915 S. Hickory; Evan Lloyd, Princeton; Mrs. Fred A. Collier, RFD 3, Paola; Mrs. Cecil Gilmore, RFD 2, Pomona; John Wren, Cedar House nursing home; Mrs. Robert Leach and baby daughter, RFD 2, Wellsville; Mrs. Wilbur Yates, RFD 3; Wednesday. Deaths hang for killing a western Kansa railroader, their sixth victim. James Douglas Latham, 19, o Mauriceville, Tex., and Georg Ronald York, 18, of Jacksonville Fla., showed no emotion as the heard the verdict late Tuesday York later stuck his tongue a photographers as he and Latham were returned to jail. The all male jury convictec Ihem of first degree murder fo the death of Otto E. Ziegler, 62 of Oakley, Kan. Ziegler was sho to death June 9 and robbed of $5 at a lonely spot along U.S. 40 nea Sharon Springs, Kan., not fa from the Colorado line. The long process of appealin the verdict will start Nov. 18 with a hearing on a motion for a new trial. The next step is an appeal to the Kansas Supreme Court. Returning their verdict after 13 days of testimony and argument, the jurors rejected contentions the youths are mentally unstable and too young to die by hanging. The defense also argued the state failed to prove premeditation, a necessary ingredient of the first degree charge. Attorneys said it was the first death sentence ever imposed in either Wallace County, where Ziegler was killed, or in Russell County, where the trial was moved on a change of venue. York and Latham were tried only for Ziegler's death, but they also admitted killing two women near Jacksonville, a man near Tullahoma, Tenn., two men in the Illinois suburbs of St. Louis, and an 18-year-old girl at Craig, Colo. Their rampage started May 24 when they broke out of an Army stockade at Ft. Hood, Tex., and ended June 10 at a roadblock at Grantsville, Utah. "We thought we were doing them a favor by putting them out of their miseries in this rat race," York said when they were captured. "I hate the world," Latham said. OLLIE W. SMITH Ollie W. Smith, 88, retired tele phone operator and a" resident ol Cedar House nursing home, died in Ransom Memorial Hospital Tuesday at 6:05 p.m. She worked for Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. at Lawrence for many years and retired as supervisor in 1942. She was born near Princeton Aug. 27, 1873, and was the daughter of Lewis and Margaret Elizabeth (Newheart) Walter. She was a member of the Christian Church. Mrs. Smith is survived by several nieces and nephews, most ol them of the Ottawa, Princeton and Richmond areas. Services will be at Dengel Mor tuary Thursday at 2 p.m. Rev Ned Roberts will officiate Burial will be in Princeton Ceme tery. Attention Hunters SHOTGUN SHELLS All Sizes and Gauges at DISCOUNT PRICES See Us for the Lowest Price in Ottawa MRS. JOSEPHINE ASHTON Mrs. Josephine Ashton, 72, RFD 1, died at 11:35 last night in Ran som Memorial Hospital where she was taken after becoming ill short time before. She had been ailing but not seriously ill and ha< planned to go to California for Christmas. She was born June 1, 1889, a 1 Logan, and was the daughter o Thomas and Permelia (Beals) Clines. She was married in Ot tawa in 1907 to Clarence Ashton who died in 1948. She had lived all her life in Kansas, mostly in Homewood and Ottawa areas. Surviving are three daughters Mrs. Dan Fogle, RFD 1; Mrs Hubert Cannady, Van Nuys Calif.; and Mrs. Chester Reeves North Kansas City; three sons At. Ashton, Leewood; Jack Ash ton, Midwest City, Okla.; an< Olin Ashton, Trimble, Mo.; 24 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchil dren and one sister, Mrs. Olin Dawkins, 216 Maple. Funeral services will be a Towner's Chapel Friday at 2 p.m Rev. Ned Roberts will officiate Burial will be in Highland Ceme tery. Falls To Death GENEVA, N.Y. (AP) - Aaron McCoy, 73, was injured fatallj Tuesdav when he slipped out of a tree while chasing a raccoon. ASHTON — Funeral Service for Josephine Ashton will be conducted by Rev. Ned M. Roberts from Towner's Chapel at 2: p.m. Friday. Interment in Highland. tEotoner'g Adenauer To Meet With JFK WASHINGTON (AP) — Presi lent Kennedy hopes to reach uick agreement with German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer la- er this month on issues that the Western powers may negotiate with the Soviet Union in the earch for a peaceful solution to he Berlin crisis. The White House announced Tuesday that Adenauer would vis- t Washington Nov. 20-21 for talks with the President, on Berlin jroblems and "other matters ol common interest." If the U. S.-West German sum mit discussions are successful ;hey will be followed by efforts to reach detailed agreements among the Western powers on a Berlin negotiating position. In this prospective secora stage, the President's task will be :o try to win an accord witl French President Charles de Gaulle, who has been opposed t negotiations with the Soviets un Premier Khrushchev has mod ified his position on Berlin. Conservation Awards To 4 Four recipients of the Kansa Bankers Association Award f o Soil Conservation Accomplish ments have been named, D o Brown, county agent said today Selected were Mr. and Mrs Leonard Flory, Pomona; Mr. am Mrs. H. R. Perry, RFD 4; Mr and Mrs. Bert Binkley, Princeton and Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Roben Williamsburg. The group brings the numbe of Franklin County farm familie receiving the awards to 79 sine 1945. The awards, which will be pre sented at the annual soil conser vation district meeting late January, are based on four fac tors. These are the use of the lane according to its capabilities, com pleteness of farm plan, balanc of farm enterprise and quality o work and maintenance. Participating in selection of th award winners were Brown, IT vin Ross, Ottawa; Russell Wray RFD 4 and Leslie Hunter, Po mona. Virginia voters followed tradi- on by giving Democrat Albertis Harrison Jr.— and the state or- anization of U.S. Sen. Harry F: >yrd — a one-sided victory over Republican H. Clyde Pearson in ic race for governor. In Kentucky, however, Repub- cans cracked 28 years of Dem- cratic rule in Louisville by sweeping into the mayor's office nd other top posts. The GOP Iso sewed up surrounding Jefferon County for the first time in 16 'ears. In Washington, Republican Na- ional Chairman William E. Miler called the Kentucky victories 'a good omen for 1962" and a 'victory of major proportions." The mayoralty victor in Louis- ille was William 0. Cowger, a mortgage broker. He defeated )emocrat William S. Milburn, resident of the Louisville Board of Aldermen. The lone U. S. House seat at ssue gave the Democrats another expected victory in strongly Democratic Wayne County (Detroit) tfich. Democrat Lucien N. Nedzi defeated Republican Walter Czarnecki in a special election to fill a vacancy in the First District. The nation's attention was occu- Died by the barometer races in (First Published, October 28, 1M1) (k«st Published, November I,, W61) Stale of Kansas, Franklin County. §». In the Probate Court of Mia County and State. In the Matter of the EsUt« of Fred B, Thlelen and Hattle A. Thlelen, both deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to »11 P ToTarh"rTbfnotlf.ed that . petl- tion has been filed In said court by Mary Jo Kelley and Elizabeth A. D et- rlch, daughters and heirs at law ol we above named decedents, praying the court to determine the descent of the Female Help Wanted—24 LADIES — Office work, mornings or evenings. CH 2-3506. following described real estate ID Franklin County. Kansas, to-wlt: An undivided one-half Interest In the Northwest Vt of Section 29, Township 18, Range 1», containing 160 acres, more or less. An undivided one-half Interest to and to Lots 27, 29 and the North 19 feet of Lot 31, In Block 11», in the city of Ottawa, Kansas; which was owned by Fred B. Thlelen, one of the above named decedents, at the time of his death, and praying the court to. determine the descent of the following described real estate In Franklin County, Kansas, to-wlt; 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, In the City of Ottawa, Kansas. Commencing at the Northeast corner of the Southwest Vt of the Northeast Vt of Section 2, Township 17, Range 19, thence West 165.5 feet thence South 640 feet to the North line of Tenth Street In the City of Ottawa to a point 187.5 feet West of the East line of the Southwest Vt of the Northeast Vt, thence East to the East line of the Southwest Vt of the Northeast Vt of Section 2, thence North 640 feet to the place of beginning, excepting there- out a strip off the North side 407 Vi feel. In the City of Ottawa, Kansas; which was owned by Halite A. Thlelen at the time of her death. You are here by required to file your written defense thereto on or before the nth day o November, 1961, at 10:00 o'clock am. of said day, In said court, al whlcl time and place said cause will be hearc Should you fall therein, Judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. Witness our hands In the City of Ottawa In said counly and slate this 25th day of Ocober, 1961. Mary Jo Kelley. Elizabeth A. Dietrich Petitioners Wlnton A. Winter, Attorney. York and New Jersey. The chairman of the Democratic National Committee, John M. Bailey, said Wagner's victory was a rebuff to New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller's "efforts to use the New York mayoralty campaign to advance his own personal national ambitions and a warning to him that he faces a hard fight for re-election as governor." In New Jersey Hughes was a relative unknown, a former state judge who campaigned in hundreds of towns and came from behind to win. Mitchell was a nationally known figure as a member of the Eisenhower Cabinet. He had to limp through the campaign on a broken leg. New Jersey has had a reputation for never staying long in either partys stall. Since the turn of the century it has elected 10 Democrats and nine Republicans as governors. WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE. If you would enjoy working 3 or 4 hours a day calling regularly each month on a group of Studio Girl Cosmetic clients on a route to be established in and around Ottawa, and are willing to make light deliveries, etc., write to STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, Dept. ND-15, Glendale, California. Route will pay up to $5.00 per hour. General Services —29 IRONINGS.- CH 2-3357. COATS REL1NED, dress making, alterations. 831 King. CH 2-1200. BABY SITTING — My home, 627 So. Mulberry. BABY SITTING in your home. Day or night. CH 2-3211. IRONINGS WANTED. Call CH 24261. Nellie Deal. ALBAN'S Hydraulic Jack Service New and used, 715 Willow. PLOW, blade, grade yards. Le« Carter. CH 2-3659. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter. 538 So. Sycamore. 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. WALLPAPER removed by steam. Painting, papering. Conrad's Spray, Painters and Decorators. Phone CH 2-3268. ___ WHEEL ALIGNMENT - Balancing. body work. CH_2-5456. "~ SALE DATES 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. Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Nov. 10—Emporia Livestock Sale Co., Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSMED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save 10%-PayCash 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 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 Rates Available sons in my home. Wellsville, TU 3-6024 or Box 66. _ TREE TRIMMING, topping, removing etc. Insured. Free Estimates. CH 2-3389 Emporia. Kansas Nov. 11—Franklin County Sale Co., Time To Renew Registration c5 TOPEKA (AP) - Application blanks for renewal of automobile and truck registrations will be mailed to owners after Nov. 15. L. A. Billings, superintendent of the Kansas Motor Vehicle Department, said persons receiving the applications may apply for 1962 tags by sending in the renewal form, proof of personal property tax payment, and a check for registration plus 50 cents mailing fee. RECORD SMITH — Funeral Services for Ollie W. Smith who passed away yesterday evening will be conducted from the Mortuary Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Ned Roberts officiating. Interment Princeton Cemetery. McVey-DENGEL MORTUARY PA. CH 2-2323 Wilson and Loucst, Ollawa, Kansas Nov. 13—Special Stocker and Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Wilson and Locust, Ottawa, Kansas Nov. 14 — Osage City Livestock Sale, Osage City, Kansas. Nov. 16 — Herb Barnhart, Dairy Sale. 4 miles south, 2 west and 1 south of Overbrook at 1:00 p.m. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday. Locust It Wilson. Ottawa, Kas. Nov. 9 — Waverly Sale Co., Waverly Kansas. Nov. 13 — Special Stocker It Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust ft Wilson, Otlawa, Kansas. Nov. 15 — F. O. Spencer & Son Hereford cattle & farm machinery, 7 mil«« South 2'A East of Williamsburg. Nov. 18 Herbert Barnhart, Dairy Sale, 3 miles Northeast Michigan Valley. 1 p.m. Nov. 17 — Lyle M. Cox Farm Sale, 2!4 miles North Williamsburg. Harold Stewart & Charles Bcatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Nov. 9 — Harold D. and Marie A. Persinger, 8V& miles east of Osage City. Nov. 9 — Night Consignment Horse Bale, Ottawa Livestock Commission. Nov. 10—Chet Louderback farm sale 4% miles east of Ottawa on Highway 68. Nov. 11 — Fr. Co. Sales Co., Wilson & Locust St., Otlawa, Kas. Nov. 13 — Stocker & Feeder sale Fr. Co. Sales Co., Ottawa, Kansas Nov. 14 — Flint Hills Livestock Auction Horse consignment sale. Florence, Kansas. Nov. 14 — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cum- mlngs farm sale, 2 miles south of Ottawa, Kas., airport. Nov. 15 — Mary A. Barlow, Estate. Household goods, 935 King Street, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 18 Fr. Co. Sales Co., Wilson & Locust Streets, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 21 — Night Conslgnmenl Horse Sale, Nersho Ll/esioci Commission Co., Neosho, Mo, Nov. 25 — Fr. Co. Sales Co.. Wilson tt Locust Streets, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 30 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co. Dec. 12 — Flint Hills Auction, Horse consignment sale, Florence, Kansas. Dec. 14 — Night consignment horse sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa Kansas. Dec. 19 — Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Night consignment Horse sale, Neosho, Missouri. Printy and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Tuesday night 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Thursdaj night. 1136 N. Main. Nov. 11, Norm a Loux, household good), 911 Willow St., Ottawa, 1 p.m. NOV. 13 — Harold Burroughs Property & furniture, Homewood, Kas. 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 44^-43. Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, Ovtrbrook, * Kantai. Every Wednesday. J *• Lost and Found —8 LOST OR STOLEN - 13 year old, large, black male cat with white feet and white spot on breast. Reward. CH 2-2113 or CH 2-3518 Notices c Ottawa Council No. 18, R. & S.M Stated Assembly Wed night, Nov. 8th at 8:00 p.m. Business meeting All members welcome. Harry E. Brink, I.M. Melvin L. Sellers, Rec. Ottawa Chapter No. 7, R.A.M. „ * Stated Convocation Wed. nite, Nov. 8th at 7:30 p.m. Business meeting. Work in M M. Degree at 6:00 p.m. and in P.M. & M.E.M. Degrees at 8:30 p.m. All members welcome. Harry E. Brink, E.H.P. Melvin L. Sellers, Sec. Ottawa Shrine No. 19, Order ol the White Shrine of Jerusalem. Regular Stated Meeting Thursday, November 9 7:30 p.m. Balloting. Reg. Marilyn Talbott - W.H.P. Isabelle Jacobson — W.S. Personals —14 ROSES ARE RED, Violets are blue A frame from Davis Paint Store makes the picture more like you. Male Help Wanted —19 MAN TO REPRESENT US in this area. Goofl pay. For Interview -Call collect, WE 1-4873, Kan sa City, Mo. 6 to 9 p.m. PART TIME - Full Time route 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 men with good work background for route work. Guarantee $110.00 to qualified man. Write personal summary c-o Ottawa Herald, Box G-56. Female Help Wanted—24 ASSISTANT in dental office. Experience not necessary, wil! tram. Attractive hours. Pay will commensurate with ability. Write for interview, briefly stating age, education and working experience. Box L-57 c-o Otta- McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4938 Position Wtd. Women—30 BABY SITTING by day. Your home. Reliable. CH 2-5252. Livestock —34 4TWEANLING pigs. Gerald Breithaupt, Wclsville. TU 3-5573. _ 2 650 Ib. stocITsteers. Phone'Tfl _2-3917. FOlT~SALE — 4 sows with pigs. Orvil Pohl, Baldwin, Kas. HORSE SALE - Thursday evening, November 9, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., West Wilson Street, Ottawa, Kansas. HORSE TRAILER, deluxe 2 horse tandem, electric brakes, escape doors, saddle compartment. Fred Weidner Farm, 1 mile east Ottawa, highway 35. FOR~SALE — Hoistein, Guenv sey, Brown Swiss, and Jersey heifers. Fresh and heavy spring- ers. Kenneth Russell, 4!4 southeast of Lane on 169 Highway. Farm Equipment —35 SHELDON'S Used Machinery SPECIALS! ! TRACTORS 1956 F-300 Farmall, excellent mechanical condition & rubber $1795 1956 F-400, cpt. with fast- hitch, power steering, and all extras 2195 1949 M Farmall, new recap tires 1195 1946 II Farmall, excellent. .. 595 1947 8N Ford, good condition & rubber 495 TRUCKS & CARS 1960 Studebaker Lark Station Wagon, completely reconditioned $1195 1958 Chev. 2-ton truck, LWB, 2-spd., front tires new, rear tires new recaps, with new 16' platform & 12 ton hoist 2075 MISCELLANEOUS 1959 Ford front-end loader, like new $359 IHC No. 30 loader for H or M Farmall, rebuilt .... 135 AC front-end loader for WD, very good 195 Wood Bros. 1-row picker, excellent 295 IHC 1-PR 1-row picker, rebuilt 295 65 fflC manure spreader, ready to go 1959 Ford 4-14 plow, perfect condition 350 Several Wright power saws, your choice at 50 7-21 Homelite chain-saw completely rebuilt, new bar & chain, new guarantee 249 Used grain drill 50 1954 AC No. 66 combine .... 250 YOU'LL KNOW YOU SAVED AT SHELDON'S Sheld on TRUCK & TRACTOR COMPANY 102 S. 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