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8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, November 17, 1961 News Briefs Ronnie Clevcnger, 400 Ash, has reported the theft of a bicycle parked in the 100 block on Main near The Herald between 3 and 5 p.m. yesterday, according to police records. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. A 1952 car driven by John R. Morgan, 20, 831 S. Cedar, ran into a ditch on US59 a quarter- mile south of the Buildex Plant about 10:30 p.m. yesterday, according to sheriff's officers. Morgan told officers that he fell asleep. Sacred Heart food sale and ba- 7aar, Sat. Skelgas Office. Adv. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. George Fisher, 731 S. Poplar; Thursday. Mrs. Leslie L. Johnson, 748 S. Poplar; Friday. Births Mr. and Mrs. James J. Cunningham, RFD 1, daughter born Wednesday, weight, 7 lb., 9Va oz. Dismissals Anderson Spooner, RFD 4; Charles Hull RFD 3; Mrs. Billy Rose, Quenemo, transferred to Kansas City; Thursday. Cleve Samsel, 114 S. Cedar; Friday. Dr. W. D. Bemmels, dean of the college, Ottawa University, will preside at the afternoon session during a science and industry conference Monday, Nov. 20, at Topeka. The conference is sponsored by the Kansas Academy of Science, of which Dr. Bemmels is vice president, with the cooperation of the Kansas Industrial Development Commission and the State Chamber of Commerce. Six weeks till Wright's Studio. Christmas. Adv. It will be Baby Day at Nazarene Church on Sunday, invitations having been sent to all members of the Cradle Roll of the church. The special observance will be at the Sunday School hour. Drake's Bakery — fresh butter rolls donuts, pies, cakes, cookies, wedding and birthday cakes. Adv. Jo Archer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Archer, 1021 S. Hickory, and Judy Lister, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Lister, 1118 S. Main, are members of the University of Kansas Chorus. The chorus will give a concert Jan. 7 in Hoch Auditorium. Miss Archer is a sophomore at KU. Miss Lister is a freshman. Out Of One Collision Into Another A 79-year-old Ottawan taking his car to a garage for repairs following a collision ran it into a parked car here today, police said. The man, Peter Johannes, 412 W. Sth, was involved in a collision with a car driven by John Wassmer, 37, 1226 S. Hickory, as the cars went west in the 100 block on West 3rd about 8:10 a.m. Johannes, who pulled his car into the south lane of traffic, told officers that he did so to avoid a car backing from the curb. Both cars had been moved, po lice said, adding that Wassmer drove his car to the police station to report the collision. Officers said that Johannes and his 1955 car made it to the 100 block on West 4th before his car struck one belonging to the Franklin County Welfare Department as it sat parked at th e south curb. Johannes reportedly told officers that he was blinded by the sun at the time of the second collision. 2 Both the Wassmer and the Welfare Department cars reportedly received minor damages. There was no estimate of damage to Johannes" car. No injuries were reported and no charges were filed. Rawleigh Products. 1032 S. Main E. F. Risdon. Adv. The American flag at the post office will fly at half mast for 10 days because of the death of Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn. Funerals . JOHN DONOVAN Funeral services for John Donovan, who died Nov. 15, were held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church Nov. 17. Rev. Henry J. Beier officiated. Pallbearers were Art Harkins, W. A. Magrath, W. H. Salb, Leo Akers, C. B. Grant and Alfred J. Yost. Hymns were sung by Sacred Heart School choir. Burial was in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. ROLLIE J. HASHMAN Funeral services for Rollie J. Hashman, who died Nov. 13, were held at McVey-Dengel Mortuary on Nov. 16. Rev. Ralph Edwards officiated. Pallbearers were John Kelsey, Frank Cook, Harry Hjorth, Ralpy Murray, Walter Pierson and Lawrence Hoadley Mrs. Ralph Edwards sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Farm Bureau Names Berry Clyde Berry was elected president of the Franklin County Farm Bureau Board at a meeting at Colbern's. Other officers elected were Emory Morgan, vice president, an(3 Ernest Harris, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Byron Robison, chairman of the Franklin County Farm Bureau Women, presented an appreciation gift to Mrs. H. D. Wingert, outgoing chairman of dis trict women. Reports on the state convention at Wichita last week were giv en by Mrs. 0. L. Breckenridge Albert Grosdidier, Ernest Harris and Clyde Berry. Local Markets Soybeans $2.2 Deaths WILLIAM E. HOGAN William E. Hogan, 81, 522 S. Mulberry, died Thursday at 5:15 p.m. in Ransom Memorial Hospital \«here he had been a patient for a week. He had been in failing health the past year. He was born at Madison Dec. 19,1879, and was the son of Thomas and Bridget (Gallivan) Hogan. IS; married Estelle M. Williams at Emporia Dec. 21, 1910. He farmed near Wellsville and moved to Ottawa in 1943. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Surviving are the widow, one daughter, Mrs. Harry E. Scott, RFD 2, Wellsville; one son, PNC William Hogan, U.S.N., Newport, R. I; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services will be at Sacred Heart Catholic Church Monday at 10 a.m. Rev. Henry Beier will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Rosary will be recited at Towner Chapel Nov. 19, at 8 p.m. Holly Thompson On KU Council Holly Thompson, 1960 graduate of Ottawa High School, yesterday was elected one of two representatives from the freshmen women's dormitory on the University of Kansas all-student council. Holly received 199 votes to 118 for the other freshman elected and 116 for an unsuccessful candidate. Wheat Milo Rye Shelled Corn Ear Corn 1.0 Oats' 1.8 1.6 .9 1.1 Barley Butterfat 48, Eggs, straight run 2 Eggs, graded 32, .24, .2 Cocks 83 Hens 0 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 500; calves 425; steady; good to choice steers 24.00-25.00; good to high choice heifers 23.00-24.50; utility cows 13.00-15.50. Hogs 2,400; barrows and gilts steady to 25 higher; sows steady to 25 higher; barrows and gilts 1-3 190-250 lb 15.75-16.25; 1-3 sows 270-400 lb 14.00-15.25. Sheep 25; not enough for test. Pomona News Roll Call Service Sunday By MARY HUDELSON The annual roll call service will j at the Methodist Church, Sun- ay, Nov. 19, at the morning wor- lip time. People coming from a distance ill be guests at the potluck diner following the service. This vent is being promoted by the astoral relations committe. Bible markers will be given with sted readings for use in the 'hanksgiving to Christmas Bible tudy. The commission on edu- ation is sponsoring Sunday eve- ling Bible study sessions through- ut the month of November at :30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. The Wednesday evening meeting )f the Chippewa Radio Club was ioorly attended. Apparently the younger members are busy with chool affairs. Those present pent the evening operating their lam radio set. Jack Langley Sr., brought food for the others present, Lorenzo Nitcher, Dave Zimmerman and Reed Richardson. The Methodist WSCS held a regular meeting on Thursday with he president, Mrs. Emma Rob>ins, presiding and conducting the business. The devotionals were ed by Mrs. Ralph Hunt Sr. The esson, "Jesus Christ the Light of he World," was presented by Mrs. Ilia Cain with the help of Mrs. Mary Swallow, Mrs. Vera Monague and Mrs. Lulu Hunt. Mrs. Charles Burch and Mrs. Warren iellens made reports on the district meeting. It was decided that each member would bring a gift o the next meeting for a Christmas box for the State Hospital at Osawatomie. Roll call showed that 50 sick calls had ben made by the mem- >ers. Refreshments were served to 25 members present by the host- Mrs. Leo Wittmann. This past week has been like old-home week with the visitors 'rom away who do not get back lere very often. Wednesday a number of people lad the pleasant surprise of talk- ng to or seeing Mr. and Mrs. John Welborn, of Carmel Valley, ialif. Mrs. Welborn will be remembered by many as Ruth Ul- om. Both are graduates of Pomona high school. After finish- ng college at Baker University, Welborn entered the teaching field and was engaged in educational work until he retired a few years ago. They stopped to see a daughter at Leoti on the way here. Calls were made at a brother's home, Rankin Welborn, in Lyndon, and at a sister's, Mrs. Mattie Myers, Ottawa. They were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Briles while in Pomona. Their plans include Overland Park to see a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Doro thy Welborn, and daughter, Kay, and Mrs. Carrie Ullom. On the return trip to California, a stop will be made at Wichita to see another brother, Robert Welborn. Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Plaschka were her brothers Pete and Henry Geiler Ottawa, and Mrs. Chester Grass ham and Mr. and Mrs. John Bur res, Williamsburg. The Junior Class play, which had been scheduled Friday night, was postponed because of the illness of a member of the cast. II will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov 21, in the high school auditorium RED ROSE GIRL - Mary. Lee Peterson, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Peterson, RFD 2, has been selected by. the Ottawa High School chapter of future Homemakers of America as the November Red Rose Girl. (Herald Photo) Ellsworth Sees Tax Reform Need KANSAS CITY, Kas., - A bit about the last session and whal to expect in the next session ol Congress were outlined lasl night by Rep. Robert Ellsworth ,awrence, in a report to the Second District. Speaking to over 500 persons a! a $10 a plate dinner, Ellsworth after completing his first year in Congress, said that the most ur gent need on the domestic fronl .s "sweeping federal tax re form." "We have proved," he said 'that taxes can thwart economic growth." He said that an increase in iaxes now would result in less income for the federal govern ment, not more. Tax reform, he continued, would aid the smal businessman and allow him t "have something left over to plow back into his business. Now bis business decisions aren't real ly business decisions, they are tax decisions." Ellsworth also pointed out tha opposes federal aid to educa tion except where it pertains to construction money. He also sai< that he doubts a national com pulsory federal health plan fo aged has a chance in the nex session and that he personally favors measure which put it on a voluntary basis. Dolph Simons, publisher of th Lawrence Journal - World, presided at the dinner at the Towi House. Included in the audienc were about 15 persons from Franklin County. Senator Has An Operation PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Sen Maurine B. Neuberger, D-Ore underwent surgery Thursday fo removal of what preliminary ex aminations indicated was a can cerous growth. She was in sati factory condition. A tumor was removed from th wall of the large intestine durin an operation at the University o Oregon Mecical School Hospita' Joseph J. Adams, spokesma for the hospital, said there wa no indication of any spread of th tumor and "the prognosis (for cast) is excellent." Mrs. Neuberger was elected la year to the Senate seat of he late husband, Richard L. Neuberger, who died of cerebral hemorrhage in March 1960. Her husband underwent a cancer operation in the fall of 1958. New Front To Bring Rain 9 Snow TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas began o thaw out gradually today from he first general snowstorm of the eason. But a new front bring- ng more rain and snow is due o reach the state by tonight. Temperatures today will be gen- rally in the 50s in eastern Kanas and in the 30s in the west where snow is still on the ground. Overniglit lows ranged from 14 legrees at Kerwin Dam and 16 it Webster Dam and Cedar Dam o 31. at Pittsburg. Thursday's highs were from 29 legrees at Goodland to 46 at p ittsburg. Much of the snow melted in western areas Thursday but there s still two to three inches on the jround west of the Russell and )odge City areas, the Weather Bureau said. The new front will not be as severe as W e d n e s d a y's which dumped up to a foot of snow in some sections. It will begin with some drizzle and freezing rain in he west tonight, spreading over he east by Sunday. The Marais des Cygnes River was reported out of its banks today from Osawatomie downstream. There are no critical situations reported. Legato l,ost and Found (First Published November I'O, 1M1) (Last Published November 34, 1961) 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, 1861, 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. AH 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 Barn hart also known as Luemma Barnhart, deceased. Oleason, Oleason, Doty and Logan Attorneys for Executor TRAYED - Whiteface heifer, 250 Ibs., vicinity northeast of Williamsburg. Notify — C. J. Shepheard, Pomona. Phone 2563 Williamsburg. (First Published November 17, 1881) (Last Published December 15, 1961) STATE OF KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE I, Martha Julia Brown, sentenced 728-61 for the crime of passing a Forged Instrument In Franklin County, Kan sas, will apply on 12-28-61 for Executive Clemency, to the Governor, at his office in Topeka, Kansas. Martha Julia Brown, Petitioner Assessing Livestock The value of livestock for tax assessment purposes is being de- :ermined. The long, involved process goes like this. Bruce Spears, Franklin County clerk has mailed questionaires to township trustees in the counties asking them to fill in their ideas on the "true value" of livestock. The questionnaires then will be tabulated with the amounts being averaged and the averages sent to lola prior to a meeting of county clerks from 21 Southeast Kansas counties Nov. 28. Similar averages from the other 20 counties in the Southeast District will be reaveraged for a district average. Officials in Topeka then will average the figures from the Southeast District with those of other districts for the figures used in the tax schedule. (First Published November 17, 1981) (Last Published December 1, 1961) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: IN THE PROBATE COUHT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Ira Thomas Gregg, also known as Ira T. Gregg, Deceased No. 10-611 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to all Persons concerned: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a petition has been filed In said Court by Jules V. Doty, administrator with the will annexed of the will of Ira Thomas Gregg, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as such administrator with the will annexed, allowance for attorney's fees and expenses, and also praying that the Court determine the heirs, de vlsees and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part there- ol to which each is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them In accordance with such determination; and you are hereby required to file your written dtienses thereto on or before the llth day of December, 1961 at 10:00 a.m. on said day, In said Court, In the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, Judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. Jules V. Doty, Petitioner Oleason, Oleason, Doty and Logan Attorneys for Petitioner Topekan 102 TOPEKA (AP)—Ferdinand Janzen Funk, an early-day Kansas legislator and state officia, is 102 years old today. Funk's birthday was honored Thursday by the Topeka Rotary Club. A daughter, Genevieve Funk, is giving another party for him today. Funk was born in Poland Nov. 17, 1959. He came to the United States when he was 14 years old. In 1894 Funk was elected to the legislature. (Published November 17, 1861) CITY OF OTTAWA, Ottawa, Kansas Notice to Contractors Notice Is hereby given that sealec Proposals for the Construction of Con crete paving on 10th Street and Maple Street for the City of Ottawa will be received at the Office of the City Cleric In the City Hall until Nov. 29, 1961 a 7:'00 p.m. and then publicly opened. The Proposal must be accompanlet by a Certified or Cashier's Check In the amount of one thousand (l.OOOi Dot lars, made payable to the City of Ottawa and drawn on a solvent Kansa Bank or Trust Company as a guaran tee that If awarded the Contract, the bidder will enter Into a contract and give bond as required. Further Information of the work tr be done may be had from the office o the City Engineer or the City Clerk In the City Hall at Ottawa. Kansas. The City Governing Body reserves th right to reject any and all bids and tc waive technicalities. By Order of the City Governing Body Donald R. Capper, City Clerk Dated: Nov. 18. 1961 HOGAN - Funeral Service for William E. Hogan will be conducted from Sacred Heart Church Monday Morning at 10: a.m. The Rosary will be recited from Towner's Chapel at 8 p.m. Sunday evening. Interment in Highland Cemetery. QTotoner <:n \IM:L I \\S A. KANSAS A TRIBUTE... 7O THANKSGIVING DAY! As was done by the Pilgrims many years ago, we give thanks for the many harvests with which God has made our lives so abundant. It is fine and fitting that a plump, roasted turkey . . . symbol of Thanksgiving Day . . . should grace our table for all to enjoy. Yet it is fitting, too, that we should pause in our bountiful feasting and really give spiritual thanks to Him who has made all these things possible. Let us be reverent ... as well as just humanly hungry . . . this Thanksgiving. Let's look beyond that table loaded with food . . . and remember our blessings in all humility! JOE Funeral Chapel JOE TOWNER — KESNA TOWNER — JAY D. SANER Licensed Directors 525 North Main, Ottawa — AMBULANCE — CH 2-1331 WE SALUTE OUR TOWN SALE DATES Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Bale, Ovtrbrook, Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Sale located one mile East ol Main on Wilson, every Saturday. 1 p.m. Nov. 17 — Ethel Brewer Store Building, Fixtures & Stock of Groceries Friday, 17th at one o'clock Formerly Boltons Grocery located at 430 S. 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. IT — Emporia Livestock Sale Co., Emporia, Kas. Nov. 18 — Franklin County Sale Co., Wilson b Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 20 — Everett Vallier. Farm Sale, west edge ol Quenemo on Hi-Way 68. at 11:00 a.m. Nov. 21 — Osage City Livestock Bale, 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—48. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday, Locust ti Wilson, Ottawa, Kas. Nov. 17 — Lyle M. Cox Farm Bale, 2V'a miles North Williamsburg. Harold Stewart & Charles Bcatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Nov. 18 Fr. Co. Sales Co., Wilson & Locust Streets, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 21 — Postponed Sale — Mary A. Barlow Estate, «3S King Street, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 21 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Nfrsho LUetlock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. Nov. 25 — Fr. Co. Sales Co., Wilson ti Locust Streets, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 30 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co. Dec. 13 — Flint Hills Auction, Horsa consignment sale, Florence, Kansas. Dec. 14 — Night consignment horse sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa Kansas. Dec. 18 — Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Night consignment Horse sale, Neosbo. Missouri. Printy and Son Ben Printy ' "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Tuesday night 7 p.m., 1136 N. Ualn. Community sale every Thuridaj Ugttt, 11M H. Main, Want Ad; 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 4< 3 insertions per word 10 6 insertions per word 15 26 insertions per word 60 Minimum charge 70 Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c mm. 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.0 emblem $1.1 2 insertions no change .. $1.5 Classified Display (Local) 13 per line. Out of trade territory, 5c pe word per insertion, no discount. Classified Display (National) 20c per lin Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks —4 I wish to thank my man friends, neighbors and relative for the many kind deeds shown to me and my family, while i the hospital, also the beautifu flowers, gifts and cards. I especially want to thank Dr Roberts, nurses and aids, als Rev. Armstrong; Rev Ingle, Rev Knight and Rev. Edwards fo the calls.—Mrs. Lamar Fowler. We wish to express our sincer thanks to our friends, neighbor and relatives for their love, sym pathy, prayers, calls and flora offerings. A special thank you t our minister of the First Christia Church, the Rev. & Mrs. Net Roberts, and to the ladies for th dinner held in connection with th passing of our Mother, Grand mother and sister.— The family Josephine Ashton. WANTADS Call CH 2-4700 Farm Equipment —85 OST — Spare for pickup, between Lane, Ottawa and Baldwin. H. Adell, Lane. OST — Eye glasses, downtown Ottawa Nov; 4. Reward. Pomona 12-F-31, Cindy Dillon. OST — Chain and boomer, between Gene Barnetts and Centropolis. Pete Henery, Centropolis 612. Seeds, Feeds. Fert. —86 CORN FOR SALE — ready to go. T. T. Shelton, Ottawa, Kas. FOR SALE - WheafStraw. T. S. Coen. . Notices —9 HUNTING permitted on the farms of Harry S. Fisher, George T. Fisher and Edna McGhee. 'crsonals —14 READER: Roses are red, philodendron is green; one thing for sure. . . the ad was seen. . . . Framed at the Davis Paint Store. WANTED — Hedge to cut for posts. CH 2-3389. ALCOH6LfCS~Anonymous. Write Box 281, Ottawa, Kansas. Phone CH 2-4120. Wanted 19 MARRIED" MAN lo 38, High School equivilent with good job background. $110.00 pr. wk. Write PO Box 468, Lawrence, Kas. ROUTE MEN-Milk men-Laundry men. Age 25 to 35. For route sales. Ony men with good work record & high school edu cation need apply. Ph. VI 3-9040, Lawrence, Kas. CAREER OPPORTUNITY, available for responsible individual interested in local sales position. Starting salary $500 per month. Established resident. Complete training in our merchandising and selling techniques. Many fine company benefits. Write full resume to P.O. Box 1156 K.C., Ks. General Services IRONINGS - "CTi 2-3357. -29 WANTED — Baby sitting in my home. References. CH2-1047. home—CH2-2215. WHEEL ALIGNMENT - Balanc ing, body work. CH 2-5456. 2-2497. WATKINS-</2 Price Spice Sale _CH_2-3j>96. ALBAN'S Hydraulic Jack Service New and used, 715 Willow. PLOW, blade, grade^ yards. Lee Carter. CH 2-3659. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter. 53; So. Sycamore. or night. CH 2-2497. DEAD ANIMALS removed. Stan dard Rendering Co. Call collec Ottawa - CH 2-1064. WALLPAPER removed by steam Painting, papering. Conrad' Spray, Painters and Decorators Phone CH 2-3268. TREE TRIMMING, topping, re moving etc. Insured. Free Esti mates. CH 2-3389 LET US help your business b advertising your service in th Ottawa Herald General Service section. McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 VvTRING CH 2-493 Livestock —34 FOR SALE—Purebred Angus bull 2 years old—Oliver Shaw, Po mona 1F21. REGISTERED Yorkshire Gilt? bred. W. I. Hink, Williamsburg Phone 3154. REGISTERED Polled Hereto Bulls — 10-20 months old. miles north and west of Gar nett on Hiway 31. Merle Rogers HOLSTEIN BULL - 11 mo. pure bred. Earl Benjamin, Garnet North Sale Barn. FOR SALE — 6 Guernsey spring er heifers, tested. George Der lith, Edison 13364. Belton, Mo. REGISTERED Spotted Polands boars and gilts. See these whil big selection. Art Long, Prince ton. ' WILL SELL AT OTTAWA MARK ET SALE Saturday Nov. 18th a one o'clock—2 Holstein springe cows, 2nd & 3rd calf; 2 Short horn cows heavy springers; Brindle Whiteface cow heav\ springer. Franklin Co. Sale Co. Wilson and Locust .Saturday November 18. Miscellaneou will start selling at 10:30. Live stock 12:00 noon. 40 Whitefac steers and heifers mixed, 45 Ibs, from one owner; 8 blac steers and 7 black heifer around 500; 27 head Whitefac cows — these are young cows- some with calves, rest fresh b first of year; 26 yead mixet heifers and steers, 650 to 70 Ibs.; 30 head light mixed ca ves, around 400 Ibs. AUCTIONEERS Claude Myers Ernest Arnold Charles Beattj OWNERS Fred Coon John Ogle BUY good, late model, used farm equipment. Write Box N-57 c-o Ottawa Herald, listing age, condition, model and price. 956 2 ME IHC Mounted Corn picker. $475.00 McCpnnell Machinery Company, Lawrence, Kansas. Misc. For Sale —40 OIL PAINTINGS. CH2-4399. .HOP AT ARNOLD'S Thrift Shop. 1207 No. Hickory. 'OR SALE — 8 MM movie camera and projector. Loren Nokes, Princeton. Phone Rantoul 8-F-13 STEEL HAY and ensilage bunks. Coffman's Welding Service, 311 West Wilson. FOR SALE — Flat bed with grain sides for pick up truck. 31- Centropolis, 1IRCULATOR Wood Heater. — Large, brown porcelain-enamel exterior, massive cast iron inner construction. Year old. CH 2-1992. Western Auto Toyland Open Lay-away Now for Christmas. Christmas Lights & Bulbs A Plenty Hughes Auto Know Where SANTA Gets His Toys? from GAMBLES Toy Department Western Auto Sfereo Headquarters ZENITH - TRUETONE CONSOLES - PORTABLES Layaway now for Christmas. Several good trade-ins in Stock Also. Home Furnishings —47 Near new 12'xl8' Viscose carpet — ends bound, rubberized .back, popular brown and beige, tweed—color locked, soil resist-, ant, vat dyed yarns— $89.95 or pay $5 down; $6 ea. mo. Gambles, 128 S. Main QUIN'S FURNITURE BARGAINS 1 Used 9x12 Carpet 29.50 1 Used 2 pc. Sectional, bumper ends 39.50 1 Used Swivel Rocker, Coral 10.00 1 Used Studio Divan, clean 39.50 ' 1 Used 4 Drawer Chest 17.50 1 Used 5 Drawer Chest 19.50 1 Used 36 inch 4 burner Range^ good and clean condition. 69.50 1 Used Gas Range 29.50 2 Used Twin size coil metal Bed Springs 12.50 ea. 1 Used Drop Leaf Dinette Tabl« and 4 Chairs 12.50 QUIN'S Furniture Store Terms to Your Budget 326 S. Main CH 2-1214

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