The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 20, 1952 · Page 11
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OTB LEAVKNTWORTH TIMES. "WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 20.1952. Eleven CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOPS FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE 8 ROOMS. MODERN, CONVENIENT for 2 apts.. each 4 rooms, private bath, Pott. entrance, basement, 3 Jots. 932 8 BOOM BHICK HOUSE. 31,4 LOTS, hardwood floors, gas furnace, baths, 2 porches, garage, condition. 819 N. 6th. excellent J. R. WATKTNS PRODUCTS. (Bill) Uhlrich. Ph. 3214-F-2. SQUARE BLOCK. 9TH. CHEROKEE, T. W.i Delaware, and Rhyne St., ideal for mew homes, all improvements in, real ' 70S Del. MISCELLANEOUS OLD AND NEW FLOORS SANDED and finished. Brooks, Ph. 4284-J. Fairmouni Uabel M. Faulknei Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stiglmire and children were hosts Sunday of a very enjoyable family dinner, given complimenting Mrs. Stigl- mire's mother, Mrs. Will Florence, Sr. on her birthday. Guests were, Mr. and Mrs'. Vernon Peck and son, Bobby. Jessie North, Herbert and Calvin Downs, Klegburg and daughter, Martha Ann of Kansas City. Greetings have been received by 'Mr. and Mrs. James Williams and children on their vacation trip. They visited in Hutchinson. Colorado and Wyoming. The Williams j covers" given by Miss Christie Fair-mount School diamond, winning both games. Mrs. Stanley Wiles and Mrs. Pete Hein recently attended the home demonstration training school on "How to make slip Music Co. KINDLING BLOCKS FOR SALT j.^gain. Harmon Studd-rd Coal Co.. 730 Seneca. 'N.E. COR. 8TH AND SENECA, _, story, 5 rooms, 13x18 ft, overhauled,! JANSSEN pianos. Ph. 383. ORGAN. SHONNTNGIRii ' ' ' F. Urban. Tuner, Harmon, 36S8-W. Wisdom's has the • toys 508 Delaware Very good business corner. South, 3 apartments second floor, ground floor j suitable most any type business, with I good parking space $20,000. Modern Drive-In Cafe Building, good 1 .(St. Ph. 40. FOR HEATING, ROOFING. GUTTER- ing, asbestos siding, call LeBreton, Ph. 4212-W. SEVERAL, GOOD USED PLOWS. DDT- location, for sale or lease. 9 rooms, modern, near 3rd Avenue HAND FLOORS LAID. SANDED AND RZ- ftrent makes and bottoms. Collard Implement Co., 6th & Cherokee. NEW 13-7 GRAUN DRILL WITH FER-;4 ROOMS. 2 LOTS. GARAGE 1110 tilizer and grass seeder attachment. I Cherokee. Inquire 775 James, Ph. Collard Implement Co., 6th & Chero-,'2414-J. "ree. AUGUST CARPETING SALE— 1 lights, Cordette carpeting, regular S9.35 Sq.jall for Ward Co. J Street ivith lights, gas and city water. ture. ±-n. z/ie. isonable: 6 rooms, 1 floor, fully'mod- GLADIOLI AND OTHER CUT FLOW-j ern . 80 foot front. $9.000; 6 rooms, ers. Mrs. A. Bodenburg, 1018 Paw-i ful) y modern with garage. S7500; 9 nee;" ; rooms and bath. S3250; 4 apartments. -— • = ~—- -— jr> haths, 3 apartments furnished, pos- TREES, SHRUBS, EVERGREENS, I session. $10,500; several houses in landscaping. Leavenworth Nurseries. lLansine at reasonable prices' 4!i „ ...^ „„ „.. j 12th!acres, 3 rooms, large chicken house, I a real buy, $6800: close in. 5 rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Will Florence, Jr., all EXPEBT PIANO TUNING AND RX-jOf Leavenworth. Mr. and Mrs. _palr. Irving Nielsen. Ph. sue-w. will Florence Sr., Charlie Flor- able 6 prices, all work guaranteed. Sing-|Mrs. Charles Florence and child- er Sewing Machine Co.. 408 Delaware !,.,,„_ Mr and j^ Joe p erry and „ -„ - . ...^.'BAUM AGENCY. INSURANCE famil - v - Mr - and M «- Carles shape.^best bargain in city.j^ m ^ surety bonds. 106 South FourthJKemler and sons, Harold, Marvin and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. 'George Florence and children, Connie and Wayne, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bullard of Lansing. Mrs. Florence was the recipient of many lovely gifts. Miss Ruth Howard, Sioux City, was the guest Saturday of her father, Martin R. Howard. Miss Howard is a member of the faculty, teaching art in both the junior and senior high schools of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. James Boyer entertained at dinner Sunday, honor's granddaughter, re- Guests were; finished. Ph. 4484. Wm. H. Young. School, partly furnished 39,250. C. A. HAWKEY, REALTOR Phone 713 or 4352 Mfg. Bank Bldg. saws, scissors, knives, sickle*, machine sharpened and repaired. Bloyri Sharpening Serv., 1041 Spruce, Ph. 426*. .IFOR SALE: 3 ROOMS. FURNISHED, is and city water, lot 50x150, wonderful modern brick AND POWER MOWERS, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. Harry Heim. Ph. 502. Easton. Kas. GENERAL CONTRACTING;. BUILD- ing, repairing: concrete work, all kinds. Ph. 2598-J. Yd. ior $8.33, solid colors-beige, grey.;home niar Cathedral or North Broad -= VT ,^—__,„ medium or holly green. Curltwist.way Schools, will sacrifice and give DAMAGED CLOTHING HEWOVEN brbadloom, regular $8.80 Sq. Yd. for!possession: 4 rooms, fully modern.! Ann Gargotta. Prof. Bldg., Room 16, 57.44, colors-beige, rose, grey, medium S6300; 3 rooms, fully modern, 56,000: p _^i_ 658 ' or holly green. Cut to any rug size|2 3 room houses, corner location, good TERMITE CONTROL. GUARANTEED me or -wall to wall carpeting. 32-oz. rugigarage, real investment. Reasonable; permanent 18 years established rep- s " cushioning 72c Sq. Yd. Montgomery,-2 beautiful vacant Jots on Cheyenne utation in Leavenworth Free inspec- cently . L. C. and Elizabeth Gatewood, and Vilas. Ph. 1825. rt.* dirt Ph. 206. ' PEACHES. BRING CONTAINERS. Robert H. Koch, 21st and Shawnee. sonable- 8 rooms modern, would make good duplex: 5 rooms, 1 floor, large "ots. a real buy at $5.000; 5 rooms, full basement. 4 car „-, , 6 rooms, 1 floor and ih. $4,000; 6 rooms, 1'i bath. $6800: CUSTOM VENETIAN PT-TNPS. 1 wonderful well built brick home. 3',i Monthly payments. Ph. 3434. acres of ground, lots of shade trees, — — 'beautiful yard will consider offer- PEACHES. JOHN BURRE. 22nd and close'in. 5 rooms and bath, 2 3 rooms Metropolitan. ...... . _ ?3 „_,._„_„ fully modern. __ ,,.s. Burre Fruft r!rr^? ar - age -^' 000: 6 ro ° ms - 1 tions and estimates. ' Call your local | Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Merely and Lumber Dealer, SEPTIC TANKS cleaned, lateral laid. Ph. 1592. Hepler, H. D. A. at the Kansas Power and Light Co., Leavemvorth. worth. expect to return home in another week. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Van Tuyl of Easton, were hosts Sunday at a very enjoyable family supper party. Guests were ,Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Van Tuyl and son, Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Eklund of| Mrs. Bill Moser and children Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Fran-jhave returned to their home at cis McNamee and children, Bethel < Shawnee after a visit here with Winchester Flora Noll Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ohler and family of Olathe, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Tiiyl and daughters, Darlene and Linda, Mr. and Edward Scheller and son, Larry of Basehor, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Clark of Leavemvorth, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Farlan and .daughter, Linda, Colorado, Larry and Garry. Meal of Easton and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Theno of Basehor, and Mrs. Jerry Van Tuyl and sons, Buddy and Johnny. The executive secretaries meeting of the Womens' Society of Christian Service will be held at Mrs. Kenneth Kuehnhoff's home, the week end with home folks at> rink. Her cast was barely off Mooney Creek. | when she slipped on her own rug Mrs. Raymond Domann and in-; anti oroke he ' - left arm. Three fant daughter have returned home from the St. John's Hospital. Miles Ellerman is having their days later Shirley — with the same horse at the same place as before — fell and broke her left home improved fay adding a bath j a" 71 - • room - The University of Florida had Mrs. Glady McCrea Paul h a s the best baseball record in its been quite ill in a hospital at Goodland the past several weeks. history this season with -23 wins against 4 losses. her aunt, Miss Ida Haas and sister Mrs. Frank Noll and husband. Mr. awl Mrs. Milt Thornton and family have returned to their home in California after a visit here at the Lynn home. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Servaes of Tulsa, Okla. have been guests here at the home of his sister Mrs. A. T. Noll and family. „ They were called to Kansas City by the serious condition of their son Way-! ne Servaes who was injured in a midget racing car accident a week ago. Wayne is in Research Hospit-, al being paralyzed from the waist GET THE 'BREAKS' CENTRALIA, 111. U&-A mother, and daughter have been sharing; their breaks — first one arm then another. Shirley Underwood, 11, of Centralia broke her right arm in a; fall from a horse, later her mother, A few monthsj Dorothy, 29, broke her left arm at a skatin< Friday, Aug. 22. All secretaries I <? own and mav hav e to remain bedfast for six months. The Servaes are urged to be present for their first quarterly reports. Karen Hicks, daughter of Mrs. Shirley Klamm Hicks, returned to her home having been the recent I/ —j ir ^ j T. n ii r "" ""'"*= naviiig uec-n me. rucL-ni Mrs. Her _ r -_ i? _ Mr. and Mrs Fred Butters, all of guest of her g rand p arents , Mr.! gue sts of TERMITE CONTROL, FREE INSPEC- tion. Cleartox Co., Phone 1358 or 1142. YARD GRADING, BASEMENT DIG- ging, driveways built, weed mowing. Ph. Lansing 206. Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl L. and children have occupied their home in Fairmount recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pettu - Lawrence, RICKETSON'S MARKET OPEN EVERY' Linaweaver night till 9 p. m., open Sunday morning till noon. PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING, work guaranteed. Call Burchett 3434. MOVING AND HAULING LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE retUrned and bath each, large yard, 2 car gar- FURNITURE MOVING. LIGHT AND — 3 ro 5 ms _ large y ar< jl heavy hauling, winch .service. Stud$2,000; 5 rooms, lights.jdard Transfer. Ph. 787." - - - , . , '.' t ~ T i —"'— •• vU.-WM »i'orth of new improve- cases, suitable for lamp or appliance iments. all for $12.000; large 8 rooms displays, $25.00 each. See Mr. Schmidt, with full basement, 2 acres, plenty of The Kansas Power and Light Co. 'fruit, $7,000: 4 rooms, bath, 4 lots, $4.- FOR SALE— HEATROLA. INQUIRE j ™'- . several large farms, some small — . , 1008 Ironmoulders. Phone 3332-R. ?"•??' oU 3 e r mod .ern houses, plenty of building lots and other properties to HAULING OF kinds, reasonable. Ph. 2598-J. ALL FOR RENT—APARTMENTS CLEARANCE SALE, USED GAS AND [select "from. Col. W. T 'Chambers' electric ranges, standard makes, Trig- phone 56H. ives^ghousg. 0 ^.. andTthers E p'yci C s GOOD LOCATED LOTS FOR HOMB.jggtLA.gSg,. begin at ?10.00 The Kansas Power, and I rea l bargain:. Harmon. 706 Del. Light Co. 3 ROOMS AND BATH. UNFURN. UTI- lities Furn. $40.00. Reyburn Agency. 3-ROOM APT. FIRST FLOOR. STOVE I and refrigerator, full basement. The 3-R O O M PARTLY FURN. APT., j 62 acres. 10 miles out. a'll in pasture. ground floor. Ph. Lansing 211. PEACHES. 1ST HOUSE WEST OFi fen « d . P'enty water. 4 room" house'. Wallula, George Coble. ' "™* n " —"— ' UNFURN. UPSTAIRS 3 ROOMS AND The Rev. and Mrs. Roy Bevan will have their regular worship service, Sunday at the Fairmount and Basehor Methodist Church. All are cordially invited to attend. The Sevan's and their children lhcir Hicks at Stevens Colo. family formerly lived at Atchison before moving to Tulsa. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Stevens and Mrs. Bertha Stevens were recent Mr. and Mrs. Emmett and family at Denver, 3-PIECE VENEER BEDROOM SUITE excellent condition. Mrs. Pete Nieman. Farley. Mo., after 5. pine liyin?! kitchenette, completely private 407; cation trip in Michigan and Ohio. During their absence, the worship' service was conducted b y M r. Farris Roberts and Mr. Keister, superintendent of the Basehor Rural High School. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scovill and I Mrs. Grada Chcatwood, all of De Soto, recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyer. They were en- route to be the guests of Mrs. John Rader at Platte City, Mo. Mrs. Racier will be remembered Mr, and Mrs. Bill Walden and sons, Skipper and John entertained at dinner Sunday, complimentary to Mrs. Walden and Skipper's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Voorhees and son, George and Mrs. Evans, all o f Raymore, Mo. Greetings were recently r e- ceived by friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siegert who are enjoying a i vacation trip, having motored to Oregon and places of interest in the western states. The Basehor ball team played; two games Sunday with the l"Lobos" from .Kansas City on the Miss Nina Noll of Atchison spent 5 rooms, 2 baths. as Miss Inez Cheatwood, former?9500.' 0 sagc. age, close to school, in excellent lo- LOVELY FURN. APT.. PRIVATE I ]y of this community. cation, $12,750. . : bath, utilities, couple only, $60. 606! BROME GRASS SEED FOR SALE L Suburban 5 room modern bungalow. C'Ke. I ]yirs. Millar of Liverpool, Eng- See us before you buy! Hibbs Farm's/Be living room, gas heat, attached .;'CS 3-ROOM FURN. APT.. PRIVATE 'and Service^ 101 N._Broadway. Ph. 330. i^T^^Voom'nou^"^-heat ? . w- ~ b ^ adults - Inquire 239 5th Avo ' <™- ' VIr. and Mrs. Bill Millar of Law- PEACHES— and champion, Elberta and Hale, (yellow) next week. W.R. Young. Phone 597. Lansing. ,. . , . , _ (white) ready now.!basement garage, convenient location.;2 LARGE CLEAN ROOMS. UNFURN.. HELP WANTED—MALE 2 BOYS OR MEN FOR (tore work, days only. Jahn Super i Marl.. 7th and Kiowa. ?8300. GEORGE IIOBBS AGENCY Axa Blrig. 4 4 GENERAL Winsor. 1412 Spruce. ^private bath. 411 ii So. 5th. , = i2 ROOM" APARTMENT! APPLY" Mr. and Mrs. James Klamm and Jchildren. Larry and Elaine, and ca Bldg insurance Ph 4175 - « UUM AI-AKTMJSNT. APPLY AT] children, Larry ana Elaine, ana ROOM "HOUSE.- FURNisOTD.~$3oooi : M« an Ru%seU S lone Ce ph S o t neT9 West?" Mrs - Shirle y Hicks and daughter, 4 room house and 7 acres, $7000. Roy Mo. ' ' Karen. r^;==-i 3 - R 9°M. UNFURNISHED APART- WANTED—MALE HELP FOR FAC- tory work, day and afternoon shifts. Apply in person at employment office, Gould-National Batteries. Inc., 1901 So. 4th St.. Leavenworth. Kas. 120 ACRES, GOOD IMPROVEMENTS.! ment. 800 Middle. 160 acres, well improved. hou":s and empty' lots. Roy Winsor. 1412 Spruce. MASONIC NOTICE 5 rooms, modern. 2 baths, basement I ,.,„,,, , „,-._.-, -,_. ,.„.__ . ~ garage. near Sacred Heart .. $12.750 HIHAM LODGE NO. £8. A. F. & A. M., WANTED — TWO RELIABLE MAR-1 A-l future for ambitious men: $79 per week to start, if 3 r ou' qualify. Write Box WX for interview. FOR HEN!—ROOMS double garage, a will meet Thursday evening 5 rooms, modern, 3 bedrooms. _ lots, part basement, west ____ S9.-00 _ ui- „„„) 4 room efficiency, modern, full b-s?- 1 ried men with "cars to distribute 1 m ? nt - ncar] V jew. south S8.000 Fuller Brushes to customers by ap-!. 8 . rooms, modern, brick. 4 bedrooms. | \f bers urged to be pointment. Permanent position with j 2 ot w-ater heating, full basement. Visitors always welcome. at 7:30 o'clock. Regular order of business and work in the 3rd degree. All mem- present. home $17.000| 5 rooms, modern, new furnace. 90 < ft. lot, south S5.000 Filling station, business $1.625' Drive-in cafe and tavern, good "traf- SLEEPPNG ROOM FOR MAN. PH. fie location, highway, established bus• 3944-W. jiness. NICELY FURN., CLEAN SLEEPING; HENRY RUEGG AGENCY rooms, baths. N.E. cor. 3rd and Del. I INSURANCE — SURETY BONDS Addison T. Miller, W. M. Wm. A. Rujnford, Sec'y. LEGAL NOTICES In the Probate Court ot Leavenworth County, Kansas Karen. Mrs. James Seeman will be hostess of the annual guest day ol the Womens' Society of Christian Service Meeting to be Thursday at 2 p. m. Sept. 4. A food sale will be held in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Chance and little sons, Jimmie and Frank had as their guests week-end, Mr. and during the Mrs. Carl LEGAL NOTICE .said day. in said Court, in the City NICE SLEEPING ROOM: 323 MIAMI. Phone 3137. FOR SALE—AUTOMOBILES 1941 WILLYS 4-DOOR. REPOSSES- sion, condition Door, make us an offer. B & I Acceptance, 5th and Cherokee. Corner location south: six room bungalow, three bedrooms, automatic heat, attached garag ..... Five room bungal V6ry Cl6a Tn the matter of the Estate of Hannah Champion, also known as Hannah Norman, deceased. No 3548; lr>ereln ; . ]U I NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION j entered in FOR DETERMINATION OF DESCENT Hon. The State of Kansas to all persons i concerned: of Leavenworth, in said County and at .which time and place said will be heard. Should you fail 'ue course upon said peti- orooms. automatic| You are hereby noti£ied ,j, at a pet i-'Lee Bond. n.«"n=t"fln'n'r* 0=; tion has been fi)ed in said court byjAttorne.v for Petitioner. ? Mnw William Champion, one of the heirsl (First insertion Aug. Ida H. Loveland, Petitioner. 0|: Hannail ChanVptori." also known as FOR RENT-PROPERTY 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE; manent. Ph. 4106-M. PER- FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR LARGER FARM, GOOD 80 acres on highway, 5 mi. east of Valley Falls. Kans., improved. Joe O'Grady. Valley Falls, Kans. "and -bath,' gas' fur'. lot. close to Third Avenue School $9500. In Green Acres: New five room efficiency bungalow, gas furnace. Rusco storm sash and screens, attached garage $10.500. Nine loom duplex, close to school and bus., two baths, good rental propertv $11.500. to-wit: Lots Twenty(20), Twenty-one (21), Twenty-two (22) and the North Half (Nli) of Lot Twenty-three (23) in Block Three (3), in Nor. ton Williams and Thomas' Addition to the City of Leavenworth, Leavenworth County, Kansas; and you are hereby required to 6, 1952) (The Leavcnworth^Times 3t) In the Probate~Court of Leaven-! U ?n the Ma'tter of the Estate of V. Margaret Woehner. deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION i FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT ! The State of Kansas to all persons; concerned: ; You are hereby notified that a peti- : tion has been filed in said court by; Bruce Brunson, executor of the j I of V. Margaret Woehner, de-i eased, praying for a final settlement! " said estate, approval of his acts.) stand strictest investigation. Full time DE.I-THTO-U- applicants also considered. Write Box THE RE1BURN B.C.. giving phone number and address. Phil E. Reyburn Mrs. W.W.Fluharty Pleas!, no curiosity seekers or shop- 314 Delaware Phone 336 - 337 pers. _ WANTED TO RENT State of Kansas Leavenworth County, ss: In the Probate Court of said county SMALL MODERN UNFURN. HOUSE, |" basement* 'garage. s"iots, fruit trees! In the matter of the Estate of John -i 5-ROOM. PARTLY MODERN, FULL wi, His rst insertion Aug. 13, 1952) Leavenwortii Times 3t) A. B. care The Times. i and berries. 1030 Jackson. WANTED TO BUT R. Stone, also known as J. R. Stone, deceased. No. 3552 - ROOM MODERN HOUSE, GAS! vnTIrp np ,. p , niv ,- nv H^^^ OVER; ALSO an^^200^ r ^ h °°' | ^/g^fSf S^rsons SCRAP IRON^ METALS. TIN, RAGS. j4-ROOM^HqUSE, .$3200..SO. 5TH. IN-j "YOU are'herebv'notified that a peti- . . , . Junk cars. Call us for free prompt pick up at top prices. Western Iron & Metal. 745 Bci.. 514. I NEAR quire 307 Miami; Liepard. I tion has been filed in said court by 1 Rosemary Stone, as widow, heir at law, FEDERAL PRISON, NEW 5- j legatee and devisee of John R. Stone, CASH PAID FOR SCRAP & Metal Co.. 756 Chero.. Ph. 520. BAI^D HAY, GRAFTON BABCOCK, Ph. 1629. WANTED—GOOD HOME FOR CUTE weaned puppies. Inquire 4221-W. Suydam cy. Ph. 268. room efficiency, completely modern,I also known as J. R. Stone, deceased. 1 said decedent, praying for the admission to probate of the will of John R. Stone, dated October 19, 1951. which is filed with said petition, and for the appointment of Rosemary Stone as, executrix of said will, without bond, and you are hereoy required to file your written defenses thereto on or HELP WANTED—FEMALE NW part of town. 5-room dwelling, large lot 180' x 125% all utilities. $500 down $5,750. New three-room modern house with unfinished 2nd floor for 2 additional rooms §8.000. 3-bedroom, 6-room modern dwelling. south 59,700. Green cot dance with the will and letter of instructions of V. Margaret Woehner, deceased; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 5th day of September, f952, at 1:30 o'clock P. M.. on said day. in said court, in the City of Leavenworth, at \vhich time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Dated at Leavenworth, Kansas, this 13th day of August. 1952. E. Bruce Brunson, Petitioner. James N. Snyder Attorney for Petitioner First Nationa] Bank Building Leavenworth. Kansas (First insertion Aug. 13, 1952) (The Leavemvorth Times 3t) New modern dwelling ^ j Acres, large rooms, large lot, *ffi*?^ E s^^ E Sra namV&^lu^^^^^^^^ Samples on approval Stuart. 325 Randolph, Dept. 227-J. Chicago 6. before the 8th day of September, 1952, at ten o'clock a. m. of said day, in said court, in the City of Leavenworth. in Leavenworth County, Kan-: WANTED-2 FRY COOKS. APPLY IN person. Terminal Cafe. New 2-bedroom modern dwelling, with garage, nearing completion, south, G. I. loan. $580 down $9,750. 30-acre farm, 3 miles from town, modem new 2-bedroom dwelling. Large lake well stocked with fish. :.., $11,000. THE KELLY AGENCY 209 S. 5th St. Phone 10 WOMAN TO CARE FOR 2 CHILDREN while mother works. Stay nights. Phone 64-W. HOUSEWIVES LOOKING FOR EASY! way to earn from S50.00 to S100.001 GROCERY STORE. STOCK AND FIX- pcr month in spare time? Write J. O. j tures. doing good business. Leonard Lynch. 40-52 Main St.. Kansas City, I Staff ord. Ph. Easton 372. Mo. " IN MEMORIAM I SOUTH OF TOWN. 33 A C R E S, Croom modern 2-story house, some riout buildings, possession when sold. MY RESIDENCE FOR SALE AT Middle. . In loving memory of my dear wife.ipj: •'••'n passed away two years ago to-|W^. day. Ji st when life was sweetest, f And you could have lived your • jest. j The gates of heaven opened, i And Cod called you home to rest. ALTERATIONS, WEDDINO Loving husband, drapes. Mrs. Wallace H. B. K. Coffman. 'lll5 Metro., Ph. 3693-W- 800 PEESONAL ,._.ent and decree will be ue course upon said peti- . Rosemary Stone. Petitioner. Walter I. Biddle, Attorney for Petitioner. (First insertion Aug. 13. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t In, the Probate Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of Frank B. Henderson, also known as F. B.! Henderson, deceased. No. 3542 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Ida H. Loveland, sister and heir at law of Frank B. Henderson, also . , known as F. B. Henderson, deceased. praying for the appointment of Lee Bond, as administrator of the estate of said decedent: and you are hereby GOWNS,! required to file your written defenses Lambie, thereto on or before the 2nd day of September 1952 at ten o'clock A.M. of PAY AS YOU RIDE Up to 12 Months For. • Repairs. • Accessories. • Tires. • Batteries. • New Engines. • Overhauls. • Body & Metal Work • Engine Tunc-ups with latest Sun Equipment a specialty. Any Make of Cars. All Work Guaranteed BOLEY MOTORS Plymoutn-DcSoto 710 Delaware Phone 1941 KEEP YOUR BUICK BEAUTIFUL! Got any dents, dings or bashes? Any^trim missing? Come to' our Body Shop for quick, reasonably priced work by Buick experts. Original factory finish matched. , Or do you just need our beauty-protecting Porce- lainize treatment? We're experts at this, too. Drive in this week for an estimate. LEAVEL'S 5th & Oak Streets Phone 870 All Priced To Sell- 1 - 1910 FORD 4-Door. 1 - 1919 FORD 2-Door. 1 -1918 CHEVROLET Station Wagon. 2 - Cab-over 2 Ton Trucks. • I Woods Bros. Combine. 1 Woods Bros. Corn Picker. Some Late Model Ford Tractors. LAMSNG'S Totiganoxie, Kans. Loo kin q for AGoo</ For Sale Or Trade —Cash Or Terms— '50 Hudson 4-Door '49 Hudson Club Cpe. '49 Crosley Sfa. Wgn. '49 Ford 4-Door '47 Hudson 4-Door '47 Ford 2-Door '46 Chev. 4-Door. '41 Plymouth Conv. '47 Int. Panel Truck. '37 Ford LWB Truck. AUTO PARTS 200 Shawnee Phone 568 Make BARNES - COLLARD Your Truck Headquarters In Leavenworth! '50 Chevrolet • % Ton Pickup '47 Sfudebaker • iy 2 Ton, L. W. B. platform, grain sides. '46 Studebaker • 1 Ton, dual wheels, platform and grain sides. '46 Willys AG. Jeep '46 Chevrolet • 1% Ton S. W. B., plat- and grain sides '41 Chevrolet « 1% Ton L. W. B., platform and grain sides. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! BARNES- COLLARD Phone 458 Sixth and Delaware. Dodge Coronet Sedans 1952 Models • Immediate Delivery • Let Us Appraise Your Car! 3 GOOD USED FORD TRACTORS All prices and priced to sell. mum TRACTOR & IIPLE1ENT CO. Ill S. 7th St. Phone 2718 Fife Motor Co. Dodge—Plymouth 3rd and Seneca Phone 991 HELP WANTED OFFICE GIRL Must be able to type, take shorthand, make change and figure repair orders. Must be steady. S'/z-day week. Apply in person, preferably mornings: Perry L. Black Motor Co. 200 S. Broadway MORE MILES PER DOLLAR! New 1952 WILLYS Low as $1795.00 Immediate Delivery "America's only full sized car giving up to 35 Mi. per Gallon of gasoline." MASTERSON BROS. 419-23 So. 5th Ph. 307 ^^^^^^MMM^M^^^^^MM^M > MORE SMILES PER MILE! AUGUST SFECiALS! Lyk-Nu, Walnut Lyk-Nu, Solid Maple Lyk-Xu, 2-piece Lv. Bm, Set 5-Piece DINETTE.... New, 2-Plecc .. $9.95 $14,95 . $73.95 . $14.50 _ $99 New, 3-Pc., Dresser . Bedroom Set $89 New, Walnut or Blond END TABLES ..$1.98 ENTERPRISE OUTLET 5th & Shawnee USED CARS Best trades in town! '52 Plymouth 4-Door. '52 Ponfiac Convt. '51 Plymouth 4-Door. '50 Chevrolet 4-Dr. '49 Ford T8" 2-Dr. '49 Chevrolet 2-Dr. '49 Ford "6" 2-Dr. '47Pfymouth2-Dr. '47 Kaiser 4-Dr. '41 Chevrolet 2-Dr. '39 Chev. 2-Dr. Open Evenings and Sundays. Boiey Motors DeSoto-PIymouth 710 Delaware Phone 1941 Safety-tested USED CARS '50 Olds "88" Holiday Coupe. '50 Buick Sedanette. '49 OISs "98" 4-Dr. '49 Old's "76" 4-Dr. '49 Buicfc Sedanette. •48 Pontiac 4-Dr. '47 Olds 4-Dr. Sedan. '47 Buick 4-Dr. •47 Olds Club Sedan. "48 Desoto Cl. Cpe. '42 Studebaker 2-Dr. '40 Hudson 2-Dr. * '40 Buick 4-Door. Perry L Black Motor Co. Oldsmobile-Cadillac 200 S. Broadway Phone 608 Open Evenings — Open Sundays Make Unclaimed Your HEATING NEEDS HEADQUARTERS Yes, see us now for— Gas Heaters Floor Furnaces, Oil Heaters. Ceiling Units. Conversion Burners. Complete line of fittings, connectors and vent pipe for heaters and furnaces. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT DEPOT 713-15 Shawne* EASY TERMS Ph. 995 4 Real Values In Late Mode! Good Will Used Cars • I960 Pontiac "8" Streamliner 4-Dr. Hydra-Matic, heautiful grey finish, radio, heater, good tires, sun visor and lighted hood ornament. • I960 Pontiac Chieftain Deluxe Convert. A bright red convertible sedan with black top and new whitewall tires, radio, heater and Pontiac Hydra-Matic Drive. Only 20,000 miles. • 1950 Chevrolet FSeetline 2-Door Deluxe. Radio, heater, nice brown finish, good tires. • 1950 Studebaker Champion 2-Door Radio, heater, whitewall tires, splendid yellow finish. Dale Sharp Pontiac • / Opening Evenings and Sundays 736-40 Delaware Plione 4892

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