8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, November 13, 1961 News Briefs Edward R. Jeffries, seaman, USN, son of Mrs. Mildred E. Jeffries, 116 S. Oak, is serving in the Pacific aboard the anti-submarine warfare support aircraft carrier, USS Kearsarge, which entered the Bremerton, Wash., Naval Shipyard, Nov. 1, for a 7-month modernization program. James Dunn, son of Mrs. L. E. punn, Ottawa RFD 2, has a role in the play, "Teahouse of the August Moon," to be presented at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17 and 18. The comedy, presented by the speech department, has a 30-member cast including a goat Lady Astor. Dunn, a freshman majoring in business administration, is a member of the Men's Marching Band and Collegiate 4- H. Wellsvilie News OU Students Assist BYF By BERNICE HOLDEN Ottawa University students who worked with the Baptist Youth Fellowship were Peggy Keucher, Topeka; Linda Fletcher, North Platte, Neb., Dick Borth, Morocco, Ind., and John Merced, Grand Charles L. Moss, chief gunner's mate, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Moss of, 818 W. Tenth, was aboard the world's first nuclear - powered aircraft carrier, USS Enterprise, when it left Newport News, Va., for its sea trials. The largest moving thing ever built by man, the Enterprise is 1,123 feet long and 23 stories from keel to mast top. The sea trials, scheduled to last six days will be followed by the commissioning of the 85,000-ton ship on Nov. 25. Ottawa Lodge No. 18, A.F. & A.M. Special Communication — Tuesday, Nov. 14th. 7:80 p.m Work in the 2nd Degree. Myron S. Steeve Jr., Master, Sidney 0. Morris, Sec. Adv, A-lc Elmer Benson Jr., has ar rived from Greenland to visit his mother, Mrs. Velma C. Prince, 831 King. He is en route to Hamilton AFB, Calif. function, Colo. Senior B.Y.F. owing officers: Eleven Killed On Kansas Highways During Weekend elected the fol- Donnie Good, Roger Schmanke and Lauren Ward, K.U. students, have been chosen to represent the Inter-Varsity Council to attend the national meeting of the Council in Boston, Nov. 30-Dec. 3. Parents of the students are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmanke and Mr. and Mrs. Reid Ward. R.E.M. Club will meet with Mrs. Minnie afternoon. Morton Tuesday P.T.A. Council will meet Tues day at 4:15 p.m. in Supt. Henry A. Parker's office. Mrs. Velma C. Prince will leave this evening for Los Angeles, Calif., called by the death Friday of her sister, Mrs. Viola Grear, who had been ill for some time. She plans to be gone about two weeks. The Pleasant View Grange wil meet tomorrow night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shoema ker. Bill Rice will report on the jresident; Deanna Leach, vice resident; Nancy Shannon, secretary; Mary Burrell, treasurer. Junior B.Y.F. elected .Larry Janong, president; Mike Burrell, vice president, and Jean Gleis>erg, secretary-treasurer. The Senior High B.Y.F. plans a skating party at the Wellsvilie rink Thursday, Nov. 16. Those from the Wellsvilie Bap- .ist Church who attended the quar- :erly business meeting Sunday at he Baldwin Chapel are Henry Chilton and Leroy Price, mem- ters of the steering committee, and Rev. Homer Ganong, committee chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ruddell entertained in honor of the fourth birthday of their granddaughter, Germaine Ruddell. Germaine is the daughter of S.Sgt. and Mrs. Carl Ruddell. Ruddell is serving in Greenland. Attending were Mrs. Carl Ruddell, Lorraine and Germaine, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ruddell, Viva and Brandley, Mrs. Bertha Farrell, Mrs. Nellie McAuley, Mrs. Norman Hogan and Lana Kay. Trustees of the Wellsvilie Baptist Church designated Sunday, Nov. 19, as Debt Retirement Sunday. The offering will go for debt retirement. About 10 persons attended the special showing of the film, "The Red River of Life", Monday night at the Men's Fellowship meeting in the Baptist Church. Refreshments were served. The monthly all-church fellowship dinner was in Fellowship Hall of the Wellsvilie Baptist Church Wednesday evening. A )rayer meeting followed. Herman Hall has returned home rom St. Joseph's Hospital. Several from this area plan to go to he Community Blood Bank at Cansas City tommorrow to give lonations of blood for him. Other Lonors may visit the blood bank and specify their donation or, if need of transportation there, may contact Mr. and Mrs. Mei- yin,.Pierce. Mrs. Arend Van Vliet, Gardnerville, Nev., arrived Monday by jet plane to spend a couple of weeks with her son, Jimmy McDaniel, his wife and family, and Mrs. Eleanor Harper. Administrators of Little Seven League schools met Nov. 9, at Gardner. After the transaction of league business, a general discussion of school problems was held. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eleven persons died in traffic accidents in Kansas during the weekend. Three were killed and three others injured Sunday in the head- on collision of two cars east of Marysville on U. S. 36. The dead were all Holton residents: William A. Montgomery, 35; Galen Stadel, 27, and Richard Merrifield, 41. Homer D. Stevenson, 41, also of Holton, was injured. Two soldiers from Fort Riley in the second car were injured. They were James N. Mock, 20, and Richard F. Greer, 22, members of Battery A of the 33rd Artillery. Both were reported in serious condition at Memorial Hospital in Marysville. An Arkansas City woman, Mrs. Eda Heen Brown, 35, was killed Saturday night in a one-car acci- dent east of Arkansas City on U. S. 166. She was a passenger in a car driven by her brother-in-law, Walter Ray Brown, 40, also of Arkansas City. The car overturned on a curve. Brown and three other passengers suffered minor injuries. A Harper, Kan., man, Lester V. Hawkins, 71, was killed Saturday night in a two-car collision in dense fog on highway 54 in Wichita. Officers said Hawkins' car was sideways across* the road when it was struck by a car driven by Ronald A. Weber, 17, of Garden Plain, Kan. Weber and two passengers in his car suffered bruises and abrasions. Four persons were killed Friday night in the head-on collision of two cars on U. S. 73 south of Atchison. The dead were Paul Guth, 45, of Kansas City, Kan., Michael Lindquist, 13, who was riding with Guth; and two Atchison residents in the other car, Clifford Campbell, 20, and Johnny Ray Rogers, 22. A Kansas City youth, Robert Farmer, 18, was .killed early Saturday in an accident on U. S. 56 west of Baldwin. A companion, Lawrence Stogsdill, 18, of Liberty, Mo., was hospitalized. It was not known how the accident occurred. The car was found in a creek bank. A McPhcrson, Kan., motorcyclist, Lawrence L. Hall, 17, was killed Friday night when the cycle was struck by a car. Ralph F. Wade, 15, also on the cycle, was seriously injured. The driver of the car, Elvin Lewis, 26, of Hays, said he saw the motorcycle too late to avoid the crash. Five persons were killed in traffic deaths in Missouri during the weekend. state Grange meeting at rence. Law Busy Week For Agents It will I* a busy week for Franklin County extension agents. Don Brown, county agent, will attend Dairy Days at lola tomorrow. The program planning committee of the extension council will meet at the Coop Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. to hear a talk on management and marketing. A similar session will be at the Masonic Hall Thursday at 1:30 on family planning. Training meetings for home demonstration units will be at the Masonic Hall Thursday at 9:30 a.m. for secretaries and treasurers and Friday at 1:30 p.m. for presidents and vice-presidents. Your Prescription Drug Store Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Twyman have returned from Wellington where they attended the funeral of Harvey Stayton, uncle of Mrs. Twyman. Mrs. Twyman returned last week from Upland, Calif., where she spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. F. E. Gibson, who is recovering from an operation. Mrs. Twyman saw her sons, Wayne, Woddard Hills, Calif., and Gayle and family, Santa Clara, and daughter, Lois, and family in Denver Colo. Marcia Cudworth W.M.S. Circle of First Baptist Church will meet with Miss Estel Johnson Tuesday evening. A farewell dinner was at the Quenemo Baptist Church yesterday in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Brewer, who will move soon to Bonner Springs where Mr. Brewer will be pastor of the Baptist Church. He has served the Quene- Church four years. received gifts, and mo Baptist The couple Roy Sutton expressed the appreciation of the congregation. Taking part in the afternoon musical program were Mrs. Kathleen Sweetwood, Madaline, Pearl and Carol; Mrs. Pansy Webster, Jim and Nancy; Donna Cochran, Kay Knight, Barbara Hook and Mrs. Loren Finch. Two thefts were reported to police as occuring Friday night, according to police records. They were a hubcap from a car owned by Manuel Pacheco, 815 King, and a ring from the home of Louise Vega, 833 King, police said. Seven weeks till Christmas Wright's Studio. Adv Rev. G. Byron Deshler, Naslv ville, Tenn., spoke to a group of Methodist men at a luncheon today. Kindling and rags in a bucket Special guests for the meeting were the commerce teachers and the head cooks. The Woman's Missionary Society of New Hope Baptist Church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. F. M. Clark and Mrs. L. C. Taggert at the home of Mrs. Taggert. Devotions were given by Mrs. Dale McWilson. Mrs. Dale VanHorn gave the lesson, a book report on "Jungle Pilot". Members answered roll call with sketches of W.M.S. reading books. Mrs. Ray Eversmeyer, president, presided. Officers and committee reports were given, and plans were discussed for serving the Miami Men's Associational supper Tuesday, Nov. 14. On Dec. 1, a Women's National Day of Prayer observance will be held. The annual family church supper will be Thursday, Dec. 14. Mrs. R. B. Shoemaker had charge of the love gift service, and the meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. 0. D. Garrett. Williamsburg News Cox Family Will Move To Larned Mrs. FRANK WISCOMBE House hunting in Larned Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cox. He is employed, by the Soil Conservation Service. Having been transferred to Larned, they will have their farm sale Nov. 17 and plan to leave around Thanksgiving. Cox is Sunday School Superm- tendent at the Free Methodisl Church, and Mrs. Cox teaches a class. Their children, Loretta, a freshman, and Melvin attenc the Williamsburg school. A visitor from Jennings, Mrs Lilly Carter, spent two weeks with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Madge Blakesley. She left Sunday for visit with her son, Prof. Meralc Carter, of Strong City before re turning to her home. Brad and Trudy Perkins, o! Topeka, returned home Wednes day after spending two weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Eldon Hoyt, of Ransomville. Mrs Perkins came home from the hos pital with Tracy Scott, their new baby brother. Mrs. Hoyt, spent the night at the Perkins home. Crayton Cade became ill and is in Ransom Memorial Hospital, Ottawa. He reportedly has arthritis. John Thornbrugh, U.S. Navy, is home on a 25-day leave. He is stationed in California: His wife and baby, Julie Ann, live at Princeton. All are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Thornbrugh here. Hospital Notes Admissions Cleve Samsel, 114 S. Cedar; jinda Laws, 840 S. Poplar; Mrs. Robert Bowlby, 709 S. Cedar; Saturday. Henry Murphy, RFD 5, Lawrence; Clyde Wagner, RFD 3, Lawrence; Sunday. Harry Trabert, Williamsburg; Monday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Frank I. Haney Jr., Osawatomie, daughter born Sunday, weight, 7 Ib., 8 oz. Mr. and Mrs. James Tyson, 1541 S. Main, son born Sunday, weight, 7 Ib., 14 oz. Mr. and Mrs. James Hargett Jr., RFD 3, Baldwin, son born Monday, weight, 9 Ib., 10 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Gale Smithey, RFD 3; Kerry Klein, 1411 Willow; Mrs. Frank Hughes, Pomona; Mrs. Willard Griffin, Pomona; Donald Peters, 623 S. Cedar; Craton M. Cade, Williamsburg; Mrs. Lou McDougal, 915 S. Hickory; Sunday. Charles Story, Baldwin; Monday. Funerals JOSEPH ROWELL WELLSVILLE - The funeral 'or Joseph Rowell was at 2 p.m. today at the Coughlin Funeral Home, Rev. Donald Groves, pastor at Edgerton Methodist Church, officiating. Mr. Rowell, 94, died Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs Harry Holden, Edgerton. He was born on May 17, 1867, in Ray County, Mo. He had lived the las four years with the Holdens. Surviving are the widow, an invalid in a Stillwater, Okla., hospital, and two children, Mrs. Hoi den and Joseph, Monett, Mo. lone Groh played instrumental numbers at the funeral. The body was cremated. close to a stove were blamed for a small fire at the Earl Ikenberry residence, 819 N. Poplar, about 5 a.m. today, according to firemen. Damage was confined to a small hole in the linoleum. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rabeck, Olympia, Wash., arrived last night for a visit with Mrs. Rabeck's sisters, Mrs. Hattie McDaniel and Mrs. Ella Perkins. Steve Ralph, Ottawa, is the new president of the Pepsi Cola Bottlers Association. He was elected last week at the association's meeting at San Francisco, Calif. The Ottawa Elks Lodge will participate in a nation-wide campaign to collect decks of usable playing card's for patients in Veterans Administration hospitals and other handicapped persons. Col- elction centers for the local Elks drive are the Peoples National Bank, First National Bank, Kansas State Bank, Ottawa Savings and Loan Association and Anchor Savings and Loan Association. • Parsons High Debate Winner PITTSBURG (AP) - Parsons High School took first in the third annual novice invitational debate tournament at College High School over the weekend. Parsons downed Russell for the championship. Shawnee Mission East and Newton tied for third. Fifty-two teams took part in the two-day tournament. RODNEY LEE BOWLBY Rodney Lee, infant son of Robert Lee and Glenda Craig Bowlby, 709 S. Cedar, was stillborn in Ransom Memorial Hospital Nov. 11 at 11 p.m. Surviving are the parents and their son, Stephen Lee, of the home; grandparents, Mr. anc Mrs. Fin Bowlby, 1024 N. Poplar, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fine Baldwin, and several uncles anc aunts. The family and relatives will meet at Towner's Chapel Tues day at 10 a.m. to go to Ever green Mound Cemetery where services will be conducted by Tom Woodmas. OU Debaters Win 5, Lose 7 Ottawa University debaters won five and lost seven debates in the Central State College tourney i Edmonton, Okla., Friday and Sat urday. The Ottawans, directed by Prol Michael Twedt, won from Wil liam Jewell College, Southeas Oklahoma State College and Ok lahoma Baptist University. They lost to Northeast Okla homa State College, University of New Mexico, Emporia Stat College, Oklahoma City Univer sity, Southwest Missouri State Col lege, Hardin Simmons Collegi and University of Arkansas. GUARANTEED INVESTMENT . . . With permanent life insurance, you know in advance what your cash values will be. Let me tell you about Northwestern Mutual. ROBERT L SHIELDS SPECIAL AGENT Bennett Bldg., 3rd and Main Phone CH 2-4460 or CH 2-2065 The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. "Because there IS a difference" To Mail Tag Applications Auto and truck renewal regis- ration applications will be mailed o Franklin County residents Dec. , Almeda Sinclair, county trea- urer, said today. Persons receiving applications may apply by mail for registration >y sending form, proof of payment »f personal property taxes, check or the amount shown on the •egistration and 50 cents mailing ee to the county treasurer's of- ice. Tags will be mailed soon af- er Jan. 2, the day they go on sale at the courthouse. Persons desiring the same tag number, she said, may pay dur- ng December, then pick-up the ag during January. Still Trying To Identify Victims RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Medical authorities hope to have new evidence today that will help to complete identification of the 77 victims of the crash of a flaming airliner carrying Army recruits. Doctors at the Medical College of Virginia so far have identified 36 bodies . in the temporary morgue. They include 34 of the 74 recruits killed in the crash and two of the three airplane crewmen. Dr. H. H. Karnitschnig, acting chief medical examiner, said Army teams have been gathering additional information from the familes of the Army recruits to aid in further identification. The Imperial Airlines Constellation carrying the recruits to training at Ft. Jackson, S.C., crashed at the edge of Richmond's Byrd Airport Wednesday night. The airplane, with two engines dead and a third faltering, was attempting an emergency landing. Seconds before the crash the pilot radioed that his third engine was going out and that he could not get his landing gear down. Local Markets Soybeans $2.22 Wheat Milo Rye Deaths MRS. JENNIE FRANKLIN Mrs. Jennie Franklin, 82, of Atchison, mother of J. W. Franklin, Ottawa, RFD 2, died Thursday afternoon following an accident on Tuesday in which she fell, offering a hip fracture. She was taken from her home to an Atchison Hospital following the accident and died at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin, of near Ottawa, went to Atchison Tuesday after receiving word of the accident. Funeral services were Saturday afternoon, and burial was in Mt. Vernon Cemetery, Atchison. 1.83 1.65 , .90 Shelled Corn 1.12 Ear Corn 1.07 75 , 91 Oats Barley Butterfat 48, 43 Eggs, straight run 2( Eggs, graded 32, .24, .20 Cocks Hens .03 .0! KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 10,000; calves 1,500; steers and heifers active, strong to 25 higher; cows apd vealers steady; stockers and feeders strong to 25 higher; good to prime steers 23.00-26.00; good to prime heifers 22.25-24.75; utility and commercial cows 14.0016.00; good and choice vealerj 23.00-26.00; good and choice stockers and feeders 23.00-26.50. Hogs 3,6tf>); barrows and gilts 25-50 hlgner; sows 25 higher; 1-3 190-270 Ib barrows and gilt? 16.2565; sows 1-3 27MOO Ib 14.50-15.50. Sheep 2.200; lambs 50 lower; ewes steady; feeders 50 lower; good to prime lambs 14.00-16.00; utility to good ewes 4.00-5.00; good to choice feeders 10.00-11.50. Pittsburg State Has A Holiday PITTSBURG (AP)-The actions of two dozen young men cancelled all classes for 3,500 students at Pittsburg State College today. No one objected. President Leonard Axe had promised the students the day off if the Pittsburg State football team won the Central Conference title. The team did it Saturday night, downing Omaha 34-18. Plan Kansas Safety Drive TOPEKA (AP) — A campaign stressing each persons's moral responsibility to increase traffic safety will be conducted in Kansas between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Claude R. McCamment, director of the Highway Commission's traffic and safety division, said today ministers, schools, civic and safety clubs, city officials and others will be asked to join in the campaign. BOWLBY — Friends and Relatives will meet at Towner's Chapel at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday and then drive to Evergreen Mound Cemetery for Graveside Services for Rodney Lee Bowlby. Boomer's CM AIM:I. Killed While Cleaning Gun BREWSTER, Kas. (AP) Chanute man was killed by shotgun blast in his chest whil he was cleaning the weapon in Brester motel Saturday night. H was James G. Ritz, 31, of 91 South Ashby. His companions reported Rit bent over to pick up somethin and the gun went off. With him i the motel room were Robert W Hartel of Chanute, Leonard A Ford of Humboldt and Meade Smith of Fredonia. Study Shelter Tax Exemption TOPEKA (AP) - Alvin Jones director of the state Property Valuation Department, said toda his office is studying whether fal out shelters can be exemptet from taxation. A decision probably will made later this week, he said. Two Men Injured In Freak Accident Two returning pheasant hunters were injured at 11 p.m. Sunday a freak accident near Ran- omville. Admitted at Ransom Memorial lospital here were Henry F. Murphy, 20, RFD 5, Lawrence, and Clyde Wagner, 31, RFD 3, .awrence. Murphy suffered ser ere cuts on the face and head which required several hundred titches. Wagner suffered chest njuries. Trooper Art Jensen said the accident occurred during a rainstorm about a half-mile east of Ransomville at a low place where water was across US50. Don Hibner, 38, RFD 1, Baldwin, was driving a 1961 pickup ruck. Earl Ratliff, 33, 527 S. Sycamore, was a passenger in the truck. The truck was pulling a 1956 model car. The car had )roken down while the men were tunting in Western Kansas. Riding in the car were Wagner behind the wheel, Murphy in he front seat and Richard D. Bellinger, 34, Lawrence, in the jack seat. When the truck and car hit wa- er across the road, the towbar Between the two vehicles came loose and the truck went into a grader ditch where it sideswiped a tree. The car, however, lit the tree headon. Murphy was thrown part way through the windshield. Wagner was tossed against the steering wheel. Bellinger was shaken up but not seriously injured. Fire Levels Richter Barn Fire leveled a 36 by 40-foot milking and feeding barn on the B. F. Heidner farm at Richter about 2 p.m. Saturday, according to sheriff's officers. About 150 bales of alfalfa and milker were destroyed, accord- ng to Heidner, who said the, laze apparently started in the oft. The blaze was discovered by ?arl Castleberry, an employ at ic farm, he said. Fire fighters ncluded sheriff's officers, several Ottawa firemen and neighbors. Fire was restricted to the one uilding. First Aid Course On TV Red Cross chapters in the WIBW-TV viewing area will have an opportunity to take the stan dard first aid course over television, it was announced today by Dr. R. C. Capron, first aid chairman of the Franklin county chapter. Starting today from 7:30 to 7:45 a.m. the course will be taught. Lessons will be presentee on 24 consecutiv Meondays by in structors from the Shawnce Comi ty chapter. In order to qualify for a certificate, all who are in terested are asked to go to the chairman of the Franklin County first aid committee, Dr. Capron in advance of the starting date purchase a textbook at 75 cents and register for the course. After the 20 lessons on TV, the students are to report back to Dr. Capron and take a practica and written test. Upon passing this each will be awarded thi standard certificate. DOES GETTING UP NIGHTS MAKE YOU FEEL OLD After 35, common Kidney or Bladder Irritations often occur and may make ion tense and nervous from too frequent, burning or Itching urination both day and nlnht. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and suffer from Headaches, Backache and feel old, tired, depressed In such Irritation, CY8TEX usually brings fast, relaxing comfort by curbing Irritating germs In strong, acid urine and by living analgesic pain relief. Get CYSTEX at druggists. Cheer up arid feel better fast. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain «i«w York, W. Y. (Spcei.l) - For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Uoit amazine of all—results were 10 thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Pilei have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H9 At all druz counter*. Public Auction 935 King Street Ottawa, Kansas Wed, Nov. 15, 1961 (Starting at 1:00 P.M.) Household Goods and Miscellaneous Six rooms of furniture including Westinghouse refrigerator, nearly new; Skelgas cook range; hand tools; other miscellaneous too numerous to mention. Mary A. Barlow Estate Terms: Cash Not responsible in case of accidents Auctioneers: Harold Stewart and Charles Beatty Clerk: Kansas State Bank Executor: Ed Hosier Nehru Asks Tolerance LOS ANGELES (AP) - Prime tlinister Nehru of India, known or his neutralist stand, urged an audience of film celebrities to exercise international tolerance and compassion. 'Of course, you must not give up what you think is right," tehru said. "To surrender to evil s a bad thing." There is always room, however, 'for a measure of tolerance even r or those with whom we may not : ully agree," he said. Nehru wound up a 20-hour day Sunday night by addressing a dinner attended by 150 Hollywood sersonalities. Eric Johnston, president of the Motion Picture Association of America, was his host. Earlier, Nehru toured Disneyland, "It was rather wonderful," he admitted. Even so, he was reserved as he spent WA hours seeing the park with Walt Disney. Nehru smiled from time to time but had little to say. Nehru seemed most at home with the many children who flocked to his old-style electric car in the $30-million magic kingdom. He put his arm around a few, shook hands with some and signed an occasional autograph. SALE DATES 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. Nov. n — Ethel Brewer Store Building, Fixtures & Stock of Groceries Friday, nth at one o'clock Formerly Boltons Grocery located at 430 a. Poplar. Nov. 20 — Union Chapel Church donation sale Monday afternoon at on» o'clock, located 2 miles east of Rock Creek School on the Rantoul Road. Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Nov. 13—Special Stocker and Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co.. Wilson and Locust, Ottawa, Kansas Nov. 14 — Osage City Livestock Sale, Oaage City, Kansas. Nov. 16 — Herb Barnhart, Dairy Sale. 4 miles south, 2 west and 1 south of Overbrook at 1:00 p.m. Nov. 17 — Emporia Livestock Sale Co., Emporia, Kas. Nov. 18 — Franklin County Sale Co., Wilson & Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 20 — Everett Valller, Farm Sale, west edge of Quenemo on Hi-Way 68, at 11:00 a.m. Nov. 21 — Osage City Livestock Sale, Osage City, Kansas. Nov. 24 — Emporia Livestock Sale Co., Emporia, Kas. Nov. 25 — Franklin County Sale Co., Wilson & Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday. Locust & Wilson. Ottawa, Kas. Nov. 13 — Special Stockcr & Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust k Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 15 — F. O. Spencer & Son Hereford cattle li farm machinery, 7 mll<-'i South 2'A East of Williamsburg. Nov. 16 — Herbert Barnhart, Dairy Sale, 3 miles Northeast Michigan Valley. 1 p.m. Nov. 17 — Lyle M. Cox Farm Sale, 2Vi miles North Williamsburg. Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold — CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Nov. 13 — Stacker & 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. IS — Mary A. Barlow, Estate. Household goods, 839 King Street, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 18 Fr. Co. Sales Co., Wilson A Locust Streets, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 21 — Night Consignment Hors* Sale, Neosho LI-iesioc'K Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. Nov. 25 — Fr, Co. Sales Co., Wilson ft Locust Streets, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 30 — Night Consignment Horst Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co. Dec. 1J — 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 Hors» sale, Neosho. Missouri. Printy and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Tuesday nlgnt 7 p.m.. 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Thumdai night. 1136 H. Main. NOV. 13 — Harold BurrouKlm Property & furniture, Homewood, Kus. 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43. Pomona, Kas. " Overbrook Livestock Sale, Ortrbrook. Kansag. ever/ Wednesday.
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