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THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, November 10, 1961 News Briefs Cars driven by Johnnie E. Milliman 20, Princeton, and Marilyn M. Sundstrom, 21, RFD 4, received minor damages in a collision in the 100 block on North Main about 3:30 p.m. yesterday, according to police records. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. I r- Coats for the entire family at Edmistons. . . see our window display. Adv. Donald and Jane Knight, son and daughter of Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Knight, 525 S. Hickory, are listed on the dean's honor roll for the first six weeks of this semester at Baker University, Baldwin. For this honor, a student must have at least a 2.30 grade average of a possible 3.00. Rawleigh Products. 1032 S. Main Two Engines Out On Airliner RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The wife, Beverly. Conway, with a pilot of the ill-fated Imperial Airlines Constellation said today two of the craft's four engines were out, a third was losing power and the nose wheel was sluggish in going down when he pulled away from an attempted emergency landing at Richmond's Byrd Field. Moments later the plane crashed in a woodland less than two miles Wednesday from night. the runway Seventy-four E. F. Risdon. Adv. Marine Cpl. Richard D. Bergen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon J. Bergen, Richmond, is serving with the Third Battalion of the Sixth Marine Regiment at Camp Lejeune, N. C. The battalion, a unit of the Second Marine Division, returned to Camp Lejeune recently, from a 6-month cruise as the landing force of the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. The unit visited Spain, Greece, Turkey, Sicily and Italy. Drake's Bakery — fresh butter rolls donuts, pies, cakes, cookies, wedding and birthday cakes. Adv Inspector Bill Wheeler, of the Ottawa Police Department, is attending a 3-day burglary and larceny seminar at the University of Kansas, Lawrence. The W. T. THOMPSON OU Graduate Is Promoted W. T. "Ted" Thompson, Ottawa University graduate and a native of Ottawa, has been named merchandising manager for the Austin Route Car Sales Division of the George A. Hormel Co., Austin, Minn. Prior to the promotion, and for the past four years, Ted has been in packing division advertising, having gone into that department shortly after coming with Hormel in July, 1957. Ted did post-graduate work toward a master's degree at Michigan State University, after graduation from 0. U. in 1956. He and his wife, Carolee, also a native of Ottawa, have a daughter, Kimberly, 9 months old Army recruits and inductees and three crew members died in the burning airplane. Ronald H. Conway, 29, West Hollywood, Fla., said the impact of the crash into the wooded area "didn't seem hardly anything to me. But then I realized the whole airplane was on fire." Conway and his flight engineer, William Poythress, 31, Miami, Fla., were the only survivors. After the two got out of the flaming crash "all we could do was stand there and watch it burn," Conway told newsmen in his first public statement since the tragedy. At his side was his brunette alackened left eye, held his wife's hand as he related the flight from Baltimore's Friendship Airport until it plunged to earth. He sat dressed in blue-striped pajamas in a wheelchair. A group of about 20 New Jersey recruits, scheduled to be flown Thursday night to Ft. Jackson, South Carolina—the destination of the crash victims—was transported by train instead. Twenty-six New Jersey soldiers were on the casualty list of the Imperial crash. New Jersey congressmen were demanding a full probe of the Army's transportation policies. Conway said the take off from Baltimore was normal in good weather. He cruised at an altitude of 4,500 feet. North of Richmond, Conway said, Poythress reported he had fuel warning lights on Nos. 3 and 4 engines, indicating mechanical difficulties. Poythress immediately tried to correct the situation, aided by copilot James Greenlee of Maimi. "They tried everything they knew to get the engines going," Conway said. "I told them to try to get one going at a time." course is sponsored by university Extension Service. the Seven weeks Wright's Studio. till Christmas. Adv. Vera Cox has been awarded a divorce from Thurston Cox, according to District Court records. She was granted custody of four minor children. Coats for the entire family at Edmlstons. Display. see our window Adv. Rosemary Crist, Franklin County home economics agent, is attending an agents' planning meeting in Lawrence today. , i ary.,w^as Supports Winfield Hospital TOPEKA (AP)-Board of Social Welfare says Dr. Christian Kole, superintendent of the Winfield State Training School and Hospital, has its full support as long as his program benefits patients. In a statement Thursday the board asked "the patience of all concerned citizens" until the controversy is settled. The situation boiled into public prominence last month when three top employes, including the business manager and personnel officer, were fired by Dr. Kole, and an incident was disclosed in which a body lay for three days in the hospital morgue before a mortu- Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Wayne Reichard, Williamsburg; Thursday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Croucher, 820 S. Sycamore, son born Friday, weight, 8 lb., 8V6 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Alden C. Cearfoss, Pomona, daughter born Friday, weight, 8 lb. Dismissals Mrs. Arthur S. Allen, RFD 1; Thursday. Mrs. Dean Driscoll, 524 N. Cherry; Mrs. Frieda Harrell, 605 N. Main; Friday. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. Robert Coleman and Alfred Morgan, doing business as C and M Contractors, have filed suit in County Court here against J. M. Moses for $185, plus interest, court records show. Hot spiced shrimp, Fri. Eve., all you can eat, $1.50. Coffee Shop. adv. Mrs. G&irge Cooke, Sebastopol, Calif., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Thompson, 1011 S. Hickory, and other relatives. She plans to remain about two weeks. notified. Budget Cold Wave Complete $5. Ellas CH 2-4198. Adv Franklin Countians who attended the state Farm Bureau meeting in Wichita have returned home. Going were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Perkins, Richmond; Mrs. Harold Wingert, and Ernest Har ris, Wellsville; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Berry, Richmond; Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Breckenridge, Albert Grosdidier and Leo Miller. Perkins is new district chairman, Berry is county chairman, and Mrs. Wingert is district women's chairman. Breckenridge is retiring county chairman. The board urged: 1. The new treatment program instituted by Dr. Kole be given "a decent length of time to establish itself." 2. The program be evaluated by "impartial, qualified and experienced persons familiar with programs for the severely mentally retarded and multiple handicapped in other states and countries. Kole has been suerintendent of the Winfield institution since July, 1960. The board said the superintendent fired the three employes for disloyalty. The board's statement followed a report by a Legislative Council subcommittee in which Sen. William H. Ward, R-Marion, said there is nothing wrong at Winfield that a change of administration there wouldn't correct. For Sale: Bundles of old newspapers lOc each, at the Ottawa Herald. Adv. Would Be Glamorous Housewife LONDON (AP) A British Going on sale Tuesday was the 4-cent Naismith-Basketball commemorative postage stamp showing a hand with basketball and basket. The color is brown. On Nov. 18, a regular 8-cent postage stamp will go on sale which bears a picture of General John J. Pershing in full uniform. beauty who placed second in the Miss Universe contest in Miami Beach two months ago was named Miss World on her home territory Thursday night. She was the first British girl to win a major beauty competition Arosemena Likes Cuba QUITO, Ecuador (AP) - Carlos Julio Arosemena, Ecuador's new president, says that as far as he knows Ecuador has not broken diplomatic relations with Cuba and "if it has they will be renewed." The leftist former vice president made the remarks Thursday before a wildly cheering crowd in a balcony speech which followed his inauguration. He succeeded Jose Maria Velasco Ibarra, who stepped down after weeks of violence and signs of open revolt. The international contestants as usual indulged in considerable ac rimony after an, earl, a duchess and seven other judges awarda the title to brown-haired, blue eyed Rosemarie Frankland, 18, a model. But the tantrums dis solved, probably temporarily, a? the 37 girls danced and drank champagne until the early hour; at the Cafe de Paris. The U.S. entry, Jo Ann Odum of Huntington, W. Va., was among the seven finalists but didn't place in the money. Comedian Bob Hope crowned Miss Frankland and saluted her as "the most beautiful girl I ever saw." When the girls started bickering, Hope commented soothingly: "Name any of these girls and I'll say they deserved to win. I want peace." Rosemarie won 2,500 pounds ($7,000) and a movie test but said, "My ambition is to be a glamorous wife." Her measurements are par for beauty contest winners in the Monroe-Bardot age—36-22-36. Peoria—Imes News Plan Supper And Bazaar By MRS. IRA DEAN The Peoria Church women are making plans for the annual supper and bazaar, to be Tuesday, Dec. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Cliffton Detwiler Sheri and Dwight visited from Thursday until Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas and Children at Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaw and children, Ottawa, have purchased property of Mrs. Clifton Detwiler in Peoria and are repairing the house for occupancy soon. A few of the Peoria folks at- ended the Warden church serv- ces three nights last week. Mrs. Ray Detwiler spent Thurs- lay night with her aunt, Mrs. <Yed Detwiler. Duane Wichman, son of Lewis Wichman, is stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. He entered he service Oct. 13. A birthday dinner was held at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCune Sunday. Daughters, Mrs. Lewis Wichman and Mrs. Leonard Hakestraw, and their families were present. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Richardson Caches, Wash., visited her mother, Mrs. Clara Rodgers, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lovell attended the funeral of his uncle in Kansas City. Charles Eugene Finch is home on a furlough from Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. He will leave Friday for California. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Prager, who are living with Mrs. Weaver, are in the process of installing a bathroom. They entertained friends from Kansas City over the weekend. A birthday supper for 3-year old Debbie Dean was enjoyed Wednesday evening at her home Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Leland Babcock, of Ottawa, and Kitchen Fire Forces Hotel Evacuation KANSAS CITY (AP)-A kitchen jrease fire forced nearly 900 persons, including Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, from the Hotel Muehlebach Thursday night. Three firemen and four hotel employes suffered from smoke inhalation. As smoke filled the 850-room hotel, switchboard operators warned the guests to leave. The fire broke out about half an hour before Johnson was to speak at the William Jewell College Achievement Day dinner in the grand ballroom. More than 900 persons, including former President and Mrs. Harry S. Truman, Gov. John M. Dalton and Lt. Gov. Hilary Bush of Missouri, were arriving for the dinner. The dinner was canceled, and Vice President Johnson left immediately by plane for Austin, REV. G. BYRON DESHLER Plan Prayer Life Movement Rev. G. Byron Deshler, director of the World-Wide Prayer Life Movement with the general board of evangelism of The Methodist Church, will conduct a prayer life movement of the First Methodist Church here in Ottawa beginning Sunday, Nov. 12, and continuing through Thursday, Nov. 16. He will speak at the morning worship service on Sunday and will conduct services each evening through Thursday. Prayer breakfasts will be each morning, and various church groups will meet during the days with Mr. Deshler for prayer clinics. Mr. Deshler served 12 years as director of the West Coast Christian Ashram with Dr. E. Stanley Jones. In 1957 he accompanied the late Kirby Page on a peace seminar to northern Europe. Secret Service agents escorted ohnson and his party down an levator from the llth floor presi- ential suite after they smelled moke and were advised by a witchboard operator to leave. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dean, Peoria; and her brothers, Virgil anc Mike, and her parents, the Adel Deans, helped celebrate. Mrs. Alta Conley returned home last week after spending abou ! five months in California with friends. Mrs. Art Meisel is back at her home from the hospital and is improving. Mrs. Adell Dean and Debbie visited Monday with her mother Mrs. Leland Babcock, at Ottawa Funerals OLLIE W. SMITH Funeral services for Ollie W Smith, who died Nov. 7, were a McVey-Dengel Mortuary Nov. 9 Rev. Ned Roberts officiated. Pall bearers were George Scott, Don Risdon, Lee Roberts, James Mar tin, Homer Bishop and Hugh Rogers. Al Williams sang hymns, ac companied by Mrs. R. L. Stev ens. Burial was in Princeton Cemetery. See Record Sorghum, Corn Yields TOPEKA (AP) - Record corn nd sorghum grain yields are forecast for Kansas by federal and itate agencies. In the semifinal crop report of he year, the agencies estimated he corn yield at 48 bushels per acre, unchanged from last month's brecast, and the sorghum yield at 40 bushels, one bushel higher than he previous record last year. The largest corn yield ever recorded in Kansas previously was 45.5 bushels last year. Because of acreage restrictions, lowever, total Kansas corn production is estimated at 54,624,000 Dushels, down 30 per cent from 1960. The estimated sorghum yield was one bushel lower than last month's forecast. The report estimated total production at 106.8 million bushels. Last year with 36 per cent more acreage, the state's production was 162.7 million bushels. The wheat forecast remained unchanged from last summer's estimate of the fifth largest crop of record, 268,554,000 bushels. Patrol Smoking Canyons LOS ANGELES (AP)-A hundred men, hollow-eyed and footsore, patrolled still-smoking canyons today, the final stage of a five-day fire disaster in the Santa Monica Mountains. They kept dousing slareups throughout the night, hoping to avoid a renewal of Southern Cal- fornia's worst fire outbreak. They finally controlled the 8,400- acre blaze in Topanga Canyon Thursday night but were still plagued by "hot spots"—sparks flying out of smoldering stumps and flaring into fames. The 5,750- acre fire in nearby Be-air was controlled Wednesday night. Official estimates of damage remained unchanged: 456 homes destroyed; property losses that may exceed $20 million; 14,150 acres of vital watershed ruined. There have been no deaths reported. About 150 firemen have been injured, none seriously. Los Angeles County has been declared a disaster area by Gov. Edmund G. Brown, who is seeking federal aid. Pomona News Legais PTA Plans Open House At School By MARY HUDELSON Open house with the parents coming back to school will be the main feature of the PTA meeting at the grade school on Monday night, Nov. 13. All parents are invited to come to visit his child's room and confer with his teacher. The Vcitory Workers 4-H club met at the Methodist church for its regular monthly meeting Wednesday. Officers installed Jim Bob Driver, vice president; Marsha Baxter, secretary; Warren Wittmann, treasurer, and Patty Miller, reporter. Mrs. Maxine Crique gave a talk on "How to Give a Project Talk." Music appreciation was conducted by Treva Miller. Patty Miller gave a demonstration on how to lay a pattern. Group singing was led by Marsha Baxter. The games for the recreational period were under the direction of Charlene Dickey. Refreshments were served by Marsha Baxter and her mother. Nine members and the leader, Mrs. Dan Schultz, were present. Visitors included three parents, Mrs. Vada Miller, Mrs. Maxine Criqui and Mrs. Neal Baxter, and children, Mike Miller and Steven Criqui. Seventeen members were present for a regular meeting of the Rebekahs Tuesday Evening. The special feature was the honoring of the lodge deputy, Mrs. Vera Montague, who was presented a gift. At-the close of the meeting, a social time and party were enjoyed at Dusin's Dairy Bar. Dan Coltrane, Rexburg, Idaho, arrived for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Coltrane, and sister, Mrs. Albert Swallow. A dinner in his honor was given Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swallow. Other guests were Mrs. Myrtle Coltrane, Mrs. Nettie Swallow and Don Swallow. • (First Published November I'D, 1M1) (Last Published November 34, 1861) In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Emma Barnhart, also known as Luemma Barnhart, Deceased. Case No. 10-767 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR To: The Creditors, Heirs, Devisees and Legatees of Emma Barnhart, also known as Luemma Barnhart, deceased, and all other concerned: - You and each of you will take notice that on the Sth day of November, 1S61, Henry A. Barnhart was appointed executor of the will of Emma Barnhart, also known as Luemma Barnhart, deceased, and duly qualified as such executor and letters 'testamentary were Issued to him on November 8, 1961 by the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas. All parties Interested In said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and If their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. Henry A. Barnhart Executor of the Will of Emma Barnhart aleo known as Luemma Barnhart, deceased. Gleason, Gleason, Doty and Logan Attorneys for Executor Notices Tancred Commandry No. 11 K.T. Special Conclave of this Commandery Friday, November 10th at 7:30 p.m. for the annual inspection of this Command- ery by E:.S:. Robert F. Zimmerman Grand Standard Bearer, of the Grand Commandery of Kansas. _ Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. All Sir Knights and their Ladies are invited. Myron S. Steere Jr. E.G. Gerald B. Harford, Rec. Personals —14 ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. Write Box 281, Ottawa, Kansas. Phone CH 2-412J). _ __ ROSES ARE RED, Violefs are blue — A frame from Davis Paint Store makes the picture more like you. Male Help Wanted —19 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 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) I3c per line. Out of trade territory, 5c per word per insertion, no discount Classified Display (National) 20c per line Special Discount Contract Rates Available WANTED — Man to work in nursery. Apply to Glen Miller at office, 5th and Cherry after 5:00 p.m._ Willis_Nursery Co. P^TTiME^~Fuir"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" CO MPANY" nmis 2 men with good work background for route work. Guarantee $110.00 to qualified man. Write personal summary c-o Ottawa Herald, Box G-5" Female Help Wanted—24 LADIES — Office work, mornings or evenings. CH 2-3506. _ "~ are ready to do something about the extra money they need. Phone CH 24306 between 9:00 and 12 noon. General Services —29 Card of Thanks Local Markets Soybeans 49 91 $ 6.6U Wheat .................... 1-83 Milo I- 65 1-12 .95 Rye Shelled Corn Ear Corn 1-07 Oats Barley Butterfat 48, 43 Eggs, straight run 20 Eggs, graded 32, .24, .20 Cocks "" Hens KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 500; calves 25; steers steady; not enough other classes for test. Good to prime steers 23.25-24.00. Hogs 3,200; barrows and gilts slow, steady to 25 lower; sows steady; 1-3 190-260 lb barrows and gilts 15.75-16.36; 1-3 270-400 lb sows 14.25-15.25. Sheep 50; good and choice lambs steady 16.00-50. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bethell took Wes and May Bethell to Lawrence on Tuesday to see an eye specialist. Mrs. Veva Vincent entertained a group of friends from Kansas City for dinner at Colbern's Res- tuarant Thursday evening. Then the group came to Pomona for a social time at her home. The Boyd Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. R. H. Bethell on Thursday, Nov. 16. The Bible lesson was given by the hostess. The president, Mrs. Floyd Gates, was absent, since she flew to Washington, D. C., last week to help care for the new grandson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Swallow. Plans were made for the annual Christmas dinner for families. This will be a potluck affair at the Pomona Methodist church on Dec. 14. A grease fire at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Louk caused a little excitement Wednesday afternoon. The fire was under control without the aid of the fire truck which responded to the call; however, there was considerable smoke damage throughout the house. You've never seen a lovesick couple until you watch Susan Crawford as Goody Gulfhop per and Jack Gower as Gerard in the junior class play, "Books and Crooks," which wUl be presented at the high school on Friday, Nov. 17. Leon Burgoon is as sisting with the production as a part of a course in dramatics at KSTC, Emporia. My sincere thanks to my many riends and relatives for the >irthday cards and best wishes sent me.—Signed, Willis Valentine. Lost and Found LOST OR STRAYED. Short-haired German Pointer. Answers to the name Queen. Contact Dewey McClay. CH 2-5150. To Ask New Trial For Odom JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) - Attorneys for Charles Harvey Odom said they will file a motion next week requesting a new trial. Odom, 29, of Wellington, Kan., faces death in a gas chamber as a result of his conviction Thursday on a charge of kidnaping, raping and beating a 13-year-old girl, Lisa Schuh of Wichita. The attorneys, Ed Farmer of Joplin and Richard Webster of Carthage, were appointed by the court to represent Odom. "It is our duty to exhaust all legal means to defend this man," Farmer said. He said they would appeal to the state supreme court if necessary. The girl's father, Russell Schuh of Wichita, said at the close of the trial: A TRIBUTE . . . TO VETERANS DAY "When swords and cannon are made into plowshares, then, blessed day, is the time of Peace." And so we commemorate Veterans Day, silently praying for all who have bravely gone beyond . . . and dedicating ourselves to the proposition that it shall not happen again. If the eradication of cancer, heart disease and man's other physical ills earn our unanimous support, how much more should we subscribe to and take interest in each activity where the goal is to eradicate war. Veterans Day — your day of remembrancel JOE Funeral Chapel JOE TOWNER — RBNA TOWNER — JAY D. SANER Licensed Directors 525 North Main, Ottawa — AMBULANCE — CH 2-1331 WE SALUTE OUR TOWN —8 IRONINGS - CH|_ 2-3357. ^ BABY 'SITTING." MY home. 2-2497. CH COATS RELINED, dress making, _alterations. 83J_King. CH 2-1200. BABYlJITTING - My" h omeT 627 So. Mulberry. BABY~SITTiNG in you7~home. Day or night. CH 2-3211. 4261. Nellie Deal. ALBAN'S Hydraulic Jack Service New and used, 715 Willow. PLOW, blade, grade yards. Lee Carter. CH 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. Nov. 17 — Ethel Brewer Store Building, Fixtures It Stock of Groceries Friday, 17th at one o'clock Formerly Boltons Orocery located at 430 B. Poplar. Nov. 20 — Union Chapel Church donation sale Monday afternoon at one o'clock, located 2 miles east of Rock Creek School on the Rantoul Road. Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Nov. 11—Franklin County Sale Co., Wilson and Loucst, Ottawa, 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 Bale. 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, Locuit & Wilson. Ottawa, Kas. Nov. 13 — Special Stocker It Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust ft Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 15 — F. O. Spencer It Son Hereford cattle & farm machinery, 7 mliei South 2V« East of Wllllamsburg. Nov. 16 — Herbert Barnhart, Dairy Bale, 3 miles Northeast Michigan Valley. 1 p.m. Nov. 17 — Lyle M. Cox Farm Sale, 2'/a miles North Wllllamsburg. Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Nov. 11 — Fr. Co. Sales Co., Wilson It Locust St., Ottawa, Kas. Nov. 13 — Stocker It 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 Consignment Horse Sale, Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. Nov. 25 — Fr. Co. Sales Co., Wilson It Locust Streets, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 30 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co. Dec. 11 — Flint Hills Auction, Horse consignment sale, Florence, Kansas. Dec. 14 — Night consignment horse sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa Kansas. Dec. 10 — 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. Uain. Nov. 11, Norma Loux, household goods, Bll 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 Bale, Ovtrbrook, Kansas. Cvtrr Wednesday. _ KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter. 535 So. Sycamore. LIGHT HAULING, yard work. Anything accepted. Phone CH 2- J559JL ______ DEAD"ANTMALS removed. Standard Rendering Co. Call collect _ _ 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. Livestock —34 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 H 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 $350 HIC No. 30 loader for H or M Farmall, rebuilt .... 195 AC front-end loader for WD, very good 195 Wood Bros. 1-row picker, excellent 295 fflC 1-PR 1-row picker, rebuilt 295 IHC manure spreader, ready to go 65 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 59 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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