Eight THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 26, 1952. Pullets To Vie In Contest at Topeka Fair While approximately 400,00 Kansans are celebrating the victory of the 1952 harvest at the 72nd annual exposition in Topeka, September 6-12, an even 50 straining pullets in the Kansas Free Fair poultry building will be laying as many as eggs as chickenly possible in a six-day marathon, the outcome of which should bring a sigh of relief to watching thousands. Ten Kansas counties will be represented in the competition. In each of ten pens, five ambitious 1952 pullets of the same breed will be ready for action when the 1952 Free Fair officially opens. G.D. McClaskey, superintendent of the poultry department at the Free Fair, not only will be the referee but also will carry the keys to the ten pens. Superintendent McClaskey has stated that owners of the chickens will furnish their own feed in order that the pullets may have the kind of feed to which they have been accustomed. Contestants also may provide soft radio music or stirringi band marches if they feel that their | pullets will increase their "hustle" by such encouragement «• At the 1951 egg-laying-marathon, the first in history at the Free Fair, fjve proud Coffey County pul lets (New Hampshires) won firs place. The five pullets produce! 23 eggs in six days. In other words one more egg would have mean an average of four eggs per day for the five pullets in the pen. A perfect or 100 percent proBuction score, is 30 eggs for the six days Observers at the 1951 marathon reported that four of the pullets in the Coffey County pen did considerable glaring at the fifth pullet which seemingly refused to strain her fair share. Superintendent McClasky has stated that the daily record of egg production will be posted on each pen. Visitors to the Free Fair are invited to observe the contest bu1 will be asked to maintain silence while the busy pullets go about their serious task. Regional Office OPS Has Been Expanded DENVER (ffl — Region H of the Office of Salary Stabilization has been expanded to include Kansas, • Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and St Clair and Madison counties in Illinois. The region previously included Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico and Utah. Robert M. Dergence, regional director, said that under the new setup, the Denver office assumes jurisdiction over the .newly added states for compensation adjustments for salaried personnel falling under Salary Stabilization Board regulations. Employers in those states and counties, he explained, should file applications for compensation adjustments with the Denver office rather than at Washington, D.C. LEGAL NOTICES |e Probate Court of Leaven- County, Kansas In toe matter of the Estate 3ay Rhodes, deceased No. «,. , N S HCE OF HEARING State of Kansas Leavenworth County The State of Kansas to the heirs at law of said decedent, and to all persons concerned: • You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Haymond A. Rhodes, administrator of the estate of the above named decedent, praying for finaPsettlement herein, determination of the heirs at law of .said decedent and discharge of said administrator and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 4th day of September, A. D., 1952. afl:30 o'clock P. M. of said day, in said court, in the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, at which time and place raid cause will be heard. Should you fail therein; judgment and decree will be entered m due course upon said petition. Witness my hand in the City of Leavenworth in said county and state on this llth day of August, A. D 1952. Raymond A. Rhodes Administrator. James N. Snyder Attomev for administrator First National Bank Bldg. Leavenworth. Kansas ATTEST: Kenneth Harmon Probate Judge (First insertion Aug. 12. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t> Smith's Drug Store 504 Delaware Phone 500 Specializing in Furniture and Appliance Moving Reasonable Rates. STUDDARD TRANSFER ICE & COAL CO. 780 Seneca Phone 787 ON THE FIVE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY of the Leavenworth branch of Hall Brothers, Inc. Monday, Mrs. Eleanor Sue Powers was given an engraved silver coin marking her five-year anniversary with the company. Both the Leavenworth branch and Mrs. Powers started work Aug. 25,1947 at 618 Delaware. Mrs. Powers, shown receiving her award from Manager Phillip Harsh,'is a handwork supervisor. She started as a production worker and has been a supervisor about three years. The main purpose of the branch is assembling and packaging of the company's Hallmark gift dressing line of tags, seals and wrappings. The branch plant's first manager was Mrs. Eudora Dimity. Gene Haynes, now manager of the Parsons branch, was second, and Harsh is the third manager. Harsh said other employes will get awards as they complete five years of work. Howard Kemper, Kansas City, general manager of specialty branches, at right, attended the ceremony. Weather Observations By The Associated Press U. S. weather observations for 24 hours ending at 6:30 a. m. Max. Min. P Chicago 86 63 Denver 91 59 Edmonton 68 43 Havre, Mont 84 54 Kansas City 78 Los Angeles 74 Miami 91 Minneapolis 82 New York 83 Oklahoma City 97 Washington 81 69 60 74 59 67 75 5S Dip cheese sandwiches in a mixture of egg and milk and then fry in butter or margarine until golden brown; serve with a fruit salad and a beverage for z delicious lunch. You'll need one egg and a half cup of milk beaten together until combined as the covering mixture for four sandwiches. LEGAL NOTICES court at the Court House, Leavenworth, Kansas ou September 15 1952, and that should you fail to appear, judgment will be entered in due course on said Bill of Particulars. Lloyd Schrey. Plaintiff By: John H. Murray, Attorney (First Insertion Aug. 12. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) LEGAL NOTICES In the City Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas Lloyd Schrey, d/b/a Schrey's Grocery, Plaintiff vs S. T. Hall, Defendant. No. 10831 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that an Order in Garnishment was issued in the above entitled court on July 28, 1952 'or the sum of $17.79, and that said cause will be heard in the above A great buy! 1951 CADILLAC "62" 4-D3. SEDAN 1 owner car, beautiful 2-tone finish, new white sidewall tires, inside and out just like new. PERRY L. BLACK MOTOR CO. 200 So. Bdwy. Ph. 608 If your cake has a soggy layer or streak at the bottom it may be due to under-mixing, not enough eavening, too much liquid, or an oven that Is not hot enough. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 10 CL. 1951. ch. 267) A Proposition to amend article 7 of tbe constitution of tbe state of Kansas by add- >ng a new section thereto, relating to a. •Permanent income for certain state instltu- ions. Be it resolved by toe Legislature of the State of Kansas, two-thirds of the members elected to the Senate and two-thirds of the members elected to the House of Representatives concurring therein: Section 1. There Is hereby submitted to the qualified electors of the state for their approval or rejection, a proposal to amend article 7 of the constitution of the state of Kansas by adding thereto a new section o be numbered section 6 to read as folows: Sec. 6. Tbe legislature may levy a permanent *PT fo r the creation of a building fund for institutions caring for the insane, blind, and deaf and dumb, and the legislature shall apportion among and .appropriate the same to the several institutions, which levy, apportionment and appropriation shall continue until changed by statute. Nothing herein contained shall prevent such further appropriation by the legislature as may be deemed necessary from time to time lor the needs of said charitable and benevolent institutions. Sec. 2. This proposiion shall be submitted to the electors of the state at the general election in the year 1952 for their ipproval or rejection. The amendment hereby proposed shall be designated on the ballot by the title: "Amendment to the constitution providing for a permanent building fund for the benevolent and chari- .able Institutions." Said proposed amendments shall be voted for or against as provided by law under such title. See. 3. This resolution shall take effect lA fee in force from and after its publication in the statute book. I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a ue copy of original Senate Concurrent Resolution. No. 10, now ou file in my office. PAUL B. SHANAHAN. (Seal) Secretary of State. In the Probate Court of Leavenworth County, State of Kansas , In the Matter of the Estate of Iva' Jane Marshall, deceased. I No. 3534; NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX The State of Kansas to the Creditors. Heirs, Devisees, Legatees and all other persons concerned of *he decedent: Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration have been granted to the undersigned upon the estate of! Iva Jane Marshall, deceased, late ofi said county and state, by the above! named court, bearing date of August' 18. 1952; and that said court on the 18th day of August. 1952, ordered this notice to be "published. Notice is further given that all persons having demands against said estate must exhibit ! them within Nine (9) months from |! the 18th day of August. 1952, a s pro-1 vided by law: and that if their demands be not thus exhibited within 1 such time they shall forever be barred. Dated and signed this 18th day of August, 1952. Iva A. Werner, Petitioner. Homer Davis, Attorney. (First insertion August 19th, 1932) (The Leavenworth Times. 3t) WHY WAIT? Buy Your HEATING Needs NOW! New, 8MO BTU, White Porcelain BATHROOM HEATERS S3.95 New, 20,000 BTU, Vented Brown PorceUin HEATERS S29.95 New, 30.000 BTU, Vented Brown Porcelain HEATERS S39.95 New, 40,000 BTU, Vented Brown, Porcelain HEATERS $61.50 New. 65,000 BTU, Vented Brown Porcelain HEATERS $99.50 New 35,000, 50,000, 70,000 BTU FLOOR FURNACES with Automatic Controls. Only 51.50 weekly. We also have a good supply of Stove Pipe, Gas Pipe, Fittings, Tubing and Stove Connectors. See' Us NOW for a WARM and COMFY Winter! Easy Terms. Lay-away Plan. 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