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TUB OTTAWA HEBALD Wednesday, Jan. 9, 1963 News Briefs Skilton Music Club will meet tonight with Mrs. Guy Snedaker. Walter W. Robe, 614 W. 4th, underwent major surgery at KU Medical Center. He is in room S 312. Franklin County Well Child Clinic will be Friday at the Co- Op starting at 9:30 a.m. For appointments call CH 2-3929. A renovation project is in progress at Alexander-Doyen real estate office, 112 East Second, included lowering of the ceiling and interior painting. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv. John P. Howell, Pomona, has been cited by the police for running a red traffic signal. He posted $10 bond. Mi-s. Mary Kennedy, former Ottawan and sister of Mrs. Ward Underwood, 1130 Underwood, has left the hospital and is at her home at 1465 Larch wood Ave., Hacienda Heights, Calif. Mrs. Underwood said her sister's condition is improving. Smorgasboard, Coffee Shop, to- nitc $1.60, drink & dessert in Many Activities For 4-H'ers By DENNIS McINTIRE The float for the Ottawa Christmas parade is just one of the many activities of the Westerners 4-H Club. A hay rack ride and wiener roast were enjoyed earlier in the fall. All members joined in Christmas Caroling at the nurs- ng homes. And, as a money-rais- ng project, we rake leaves and laul them away. Earl Richardson, with his pick-up, enjoys this as much as do all the members. Work in 4-H is new to most of our members who are just finish- ng their first year but are look- ng fonvard to events for the new year. Those that exhibited at the air did well. Patricia Richardson won state blue on biscuits, and Bill Richeson had a grand champion rose. Everyone should attend the summer 4-H camp. They are very educational as well as a lot of 'un. I had the honor of receiving a scholarship to the State Health camp which was very rewarding. eluded. Adv. An error which occurred in this column on Dec. 21 was called to The Herald's attention today. It was in a report of a bad check case in County Court in which Zona Fritts filed a complainl against Carl F. McDaniel. In volved was a check for $40. Me Daniel received a 30-day jail sen tence, then was paroled Dec. 2' on payment of the check anc costs. The Herald regrets that Zona Fritts, the complainant was erroneously identified as defendant. Satellite Carries Telecast Legate ff; 4-H'ERS IN PARADE — Members of Westerners 4-H Club ride club's float in Ottawa Christmas parade. Parade entry was one of club's many projects. the Canny, *s Cautious Cockatiel ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Penelope is a canny—and cautious —cockatiel. This small Australian parrot lives, uncaged, in a biological chemistry laboratory in the University of Michigan Medical School. She is surrounded constantly by chemicals — many of them poisonous. So, to be on the safe side, Penelope refuses to eat or drink anything until a human, usually Wendell P. Drouyor, preparator in the laboratory, has taken some first. "She'll eat almost anything—i: I eat some first," he said. Deaths GARFIELD F. WEEKS Garfield F. Weeks, 82, Pueblo, Colo., retired railroad car inspector, died Tuesday. He moved to Pueblo from Ottawa many years ago. He had been in failing health for a year and seriously ill six months. Services will be in Lamb Funeral Home Friday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. He was born June 5, 1880, in Stanberry, .Mo. On Jan. 1, 1900, in Ottawa, he married Georgia Marsh who died June 24, 1952. He had been making his home with a daughter, Mrs. Harold Brigham, Pueblo. He was a member of the Broadway Christian Church, Pueblo. Other survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Mary Clark, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mrs. Warren Matts, Arlington, Va., and Mrs. Ethyl Carter, Fresno, Calif.; one son, Elmer Roseberg Ore.; 12 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. One son, Walter, died in 1902. WILLIS RENDELL Willis Rendell, 59 - year-old bachelor farmer, of the Lyndon community, died Tuesday at Kansas City, Kas. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Shaffer Mortuary, Lyndon, with burial in the Scranton cemetery. Mr. Rendell was born on June 15, 1903, and lived in the Scranton and Carbondale commuilies before moving to Lyndon 10 years ago. Surviving are his mother, Mrs Mary Rendell, of the home; and three sisters, Mrs. Helen Meiers, Quenemo; Mrs. Mary Haines, Topeka, and Dorothy Rendell, Topeka. Democrats Plan Funds Dinner TOPEKA (AP)-A $25-a-plate fund-raising dinner will be hek in Topeka in May by the Demo cratic State Central Committee. Mrs. Marie Vickers, Pratt Democratic state vice chairman said Tuesday an effort will be made to obtain a Cabinet mem ber to speak at the dinner. Mrs. Vickers reported that th Democrat party is not only ou of debt after the 1962 campaig but has a balance of $1,300. Sh said half of the $8,000 pos election deficit had been pai through regular contributions an the remainder by $100 contribu tions from supporters. At the end of the year, sh said, the party had collected $53 088 and spent $51,778. Arthur Naming Committees TOPEKA (AP) - The Kansas [ouse completed a brief session oday, then adjourned to give peaker Charles Arthur more ime on committee assignments. Arthur is seeking to interview ach House member concerning lis committee assignment pref- irences. Arthur has appointed wo committees but the other 43 jrobably will not be announced until next week. A meeting of the Judiciary Committee was set today to begin discussion of a proposed revision of the Kansas Code of Civil Procedure. The present code has not been revised since the early days of statehood. The Judiciary Committee has not been formally appointed but is membership is formed by all attorney members of the House. Rep. Clyde Hill, last year's judiciary chairman, said he will preside at the meeting. Hospital INotes Admissions Randal Bronson, 815 Pecan, Tuesday. John Clotfelter, 1341 Willow; Mrs. James Gregg, Rantoul; Mrs. John Gordon, Waverly; Rita May Malburg, 901 N. Main, Wednesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bulmer, Michigan Valley, son, Saturday, weight, 6 Ib., ^ oz. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Meeker, 1425 Elm, son, Sunday, weight, 6 Ib., 11 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cornstock, Lyndon, son, Tuesday, weight, 6 Ib., 6 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Criqui, 320 E. 2nd, daughter, Tuesday, weight, 5 Ib., 101/2 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Queppet, 627 S. Mulberry, son, Tuesday, weight, 6 Ib.,-6y 2 oz. Dismissals Denzil Pearson, Topeka; Jesse Ashcraft, Williamsburg; Mae Gontzell, 512 N. Main; Mrs. H. F. Morris, 523 N. Hickory, Tuesday. Eugene McDowell, 938 S. Locust; Mrs. Russell Bulmer and Puzzled Over Broken Door Mrs. Russell Reams, Melvern RFD, reports that the glass of the aluminum storm door on the Reams home was broken in some mysterious manner recently. The members of the family were all away from home during the afternoon and when they returned found the upper glass of the storm door had been shattered and the screen door broken also. Mrs. Reams said her husband thought a bird might have flown against the glass of the door, but no dead bird was found, and they have concluded someone may have thrown a rock as an act of vandalism. One Herald Goes Long, Long Way Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Striplin, former Ottawans, now living al Kansas City, Mo., have written The Ottawa Herald stating that ne copy of the Herald serves nany persons in their family. Mrs. Striplin said that for several months Mrs. Nina Smith f 904 Cypress had saved her opies of The Herald and mailec lem to the Striplin's at Kansa: Sty. After the Striplins finish eacling the papers they are pass ed on to .their daughters also liv ng in Kansas City. The Striplins have been gone rom Ottawa about 12 years bu onsider Ottawa their home, more >r less, since five of their nine :hildren were born in Ottawa an< ix of the children went to schoo here. baby son, Wednesday. Michigan Valley, May Funerals MRS. ANNA M. WALTON Services for Mrs. Anna Welton, who died Jan. 6, were at Towner's Chapel, Jan. 8. Rev. Arthur L. Gerhold officiated. Pallbearers were John Walton, Harold King, George Kelley, Walter Nitcher, Clarence Green and Kenneth Bishop. Mrs. J. M. Kilgore played organ selections. Burial was in Sutton Cemetery. MRS. EMMA STOUT Services for Mrs. Emma Stout, who died Jan. 5, were at Denge! & Son Mortuary Jan. 8. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Pall- fearers were Don White, Glen Sarver, Olin Wollen, Lewis Irwin,. Duke Cheney and Charles Burlingham. Dean Zook sang hymns, accompanied by Mrs. R L. Stevens. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery. Little Change o In Congress WASHINGTON (AP) - Both House and Senate in the 88th Congress convening today are only slightly changed in their numerical partisan lineup compared with the 87th when it began two years ago. In the new House there are 258 Democrats, 176 Republicans and one Democratic vacancy. This compares with 262 Democrats and 175 Republicans two years ago when the House had 437 members instead of the current 435. In the Senate the session opens with 67 Democrats and 33 Republicans. Two years ago it began with 65 Democrats, 35 Republi cans. Cars Damaged In Collision Cars driven by Samuel Christerson, 844 Tremont, and Mrs, Rhoda Simmons, RFD 4, Ottawa, were involved in an accident in the 100 block on South Main about 2 yesterday afternoon. Policemen said Christerson had stopped in the lane of traffic as Mrs. Simmons was backing from the curb, resulting in the collision. There was an estimated $20 damage to Christerson's car and 0 to the other vehice, police Attends Meeting C7 For Teachers Mrs. R. J. Studebaker, RFD 3, Ottawa, Princeton High School home economics teacher, was Franklin County's delegate to the Kansas Representative Assembly of the Kansas State Teachers Association at Topeka. Mrs. Studebaker was one oi 300 teachers, representing all levels of education from universities to kindergartens, who attended the annual meeting to discuss practices, policies, legisla tion and professional standards in Kansas education. A full report of the assembly's accomplishments will be given a the next meeting of Franklin County teachers. Washburn Dean In A New Role TOPEKA (AP)-Dr. Philip A. Tripp, 44, dean of students at Washburn University since 1956, has resigned to become a specialist in student services for the college and university administrative branch of the U.S. Office of Education in Washington, D.C. Dr. Harold E. Sponberg, Washburn president, said Tripp would be released to assume his new duties at the end of January. Name Kansas Fair President TOPEKA (AP) - Jack Brooks, Coffeyville, was elected president of the Kansas Fair Assn. at the opening of its convention here Tuesday. Brooks succeeds Mrs. R. B. Riegle, Waterville. Plan Report On Economy TOPEKA (AP)—A study of Kansas economic conditions, made by a citizens panel in 1962, probably will be available by early next week, Gov. John Anderson said today. The report is completed and is now being printed. The governor said it would be released as soon as available and will not be held up for a message by him to the Legislature. Another citizens' advisory report, on taxes in the state, apparently is not as far along. Anderson said it will also be released as soon as it is completed. Okay Rantoul Postmastership Mrs. Pauline L. Jackson, Ran toul, long-time postal departmen employe, has been approved a acting postmaster, it was an nounced today in Washington by Senators Frank Carlson and James B. Pearson. She served as acting postmaster for about a year some years ago, and has been a clerk in the Rantoul postoffice over a considerable period of years. Notices Local Markets Soybeans $2.2: Wheat 2.0 Vlilo 1.58 Dar Corn 1.05 Shell Corn 1.10 Barley 1.07 Oats 79 Rye 1.00 iutterfat 47, .42 Eggs 20c NEW YORK (AP)-Relay, the newest U. S. communications satellite, beamed its first full-scale television program simultaneously to Europe and the United States today. Stations on both continents saw films of the ceremonies at Washington's National Art Gallery Tuesday night where President Lennedy opened the display of he painting Mona Lisa. The show, portion of the NBC Today" show, lasted 10 minute during the 207th orbit of the satellite. The telecast was carried over he Communist network, Intend- sion, the first time it had carried live telecast from America NBC reported. A spokesman said the program was seen in Czechoslovakia and Hungary, and perhaps in other East European areas. A second broadcast, via Relay, to Europe was arranged later in the morning, to show firemen fighting a fire in the Empire State Building. This was billed as a first action- news telecast across the Atlantic. The Radio Corporation of America handled transmission of the pictures, as Relay went on duty in space. The signals were sent from the American Telephone and Telegraph Co. station at Andover, Maine. Technicians in charge of the operation reported that reception in France was good, but that signals were "not so good" in England or Italy because the signals had to be converted from the sole receiving point in Brittany. The picture and sound reception was good in the United States. The signals were transmitted to the satellite and relayed right back to this country and onto home television sets—all in a fraction of a second. Several successful (First Published December 26, 1962) (Last Published January 9, 1863) tn the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of 9. Floyd Carter, aka Benjamin F. Carter, deceased. No. 10-954 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION The State of Kansas to all Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In laid court by Harriet I. Harkins, Benjamin L, Carter and Mildred M. Hlgdon, three of the heirs of said decedent, praying for administration of the estate of B. Floyd Carter, deceased, and for the appointment of an administrator of said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 18th day of January, 1963, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day In said court, 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. Witness my hand this 20th day of December, 1962. Harriet I. Harkins Benjamin L. Carter Mildred M. Hlgdon Myron S. Steere Attorney for Petitioners I.O.O.F. Ottawa Lodge No. 24 Thursday, 7:30 P.M. Onen Installation at 8:00. Personals —14 WILL SHARE my home with woman or man and wife. — Phone CH 2-3848. Male Help Wanted —19 DUE TO EXPANSION I need one man 21 to 40, Married. To Service established accounts in local area. All replies confidential. Write Box No. C-64 C-0 Ottawa Herald. (First Published January 8, 1963) (Last Published January 23, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In the Probate Court of said County arid State. In the Matter of the Estate of John Keim, Deceased. 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 William B. Bowers, administrator of the estate of John Keim, deceased, pray- _ng for final settlement of said estate, tpproval of his accounts as adminlstra- ar, allowance for his services, at- orneys' fees and expenses, and also that the court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to them all property remaining in said estate and you are hereby required to file your •written defenses thereto on or before the 2nd day of February, 1963. at ten o'clock a.m. of said day, in said court, in the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. William S. Bowers, Administrator. Bowers & Bowers, Attorneys. SERVICE STATION Attendant — Top-flight man wanted. Experience required in tune-up. Only man interested in hard work at good pay and long hours need reply. Must be personable to public. Steady job for right man. — Inquire at Grogan Standard Service, 4th and Main. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -PayCash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES MACHINIST Permanent position for a man with four (4) years approved apprentice or four years experience as a first class machinist. References. Good wages, working conditions and liberal benefit plan. Apply in person, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at our Employment Office. COLGATE- PALMOLIVE CO. 17th and Kansas Ave. Kansas City, Kansas "An equal opportunity employer" 8c 15c 24c 12 insertions per word 45c 1 insertion per word 3 insertions per word 6 insertions per word sions between the U.S. and Europe were accomplished last year with Telstar, the first communications satellite, which is still in operation. 26 insertions per word 90c transmis-1 Cash piinimnm 48c Grade Eggs ...... 32c, 25c, 20c Hens .OS KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 2,000; calves TOO; steady to 25 lower; heifers steady; high choice and prime steers 28.75; choice 27.00-50; good to choice 24.25-75; high choice with few prime heifers 27.50; good to low choice 23.50-26.25; cows 13.50-16.00; good and choice vealers 23.00-28.00. Hogs 3,000; steady to 25 higher and firm; sows steady, 1-3 250-245 Ib barrows and gilts 16.15-25; 1-3 190-250 Ib 15.SO-16.00; sows 13.5014.25. Sheep 500; steady; high choice and prime lambs 19.25-50; good and choice 18.00-19.00; ewes 7.008.00. Art Course At Garnett Garnett has been selected as one of the points in Kansas where instruction in drawing and painting will be offered Kansas adults who ordinarily do not have opportunity for such instruction, it is announced by Kansas State University, Manhattan. The courses will be offered at Garnett High School, with the registration meeting being set for Jan. 29 at 7 p.m., and the first class date, Feb. 4. Enrollment fee for the course, which will consist of 14 lessons, is $20 for Kansas residents and $28 for nonresidents. Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) Card of Thanks 4c per word - 70c min. Blind Ads — 50c extra National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 2 insertions no change .. $1.50 Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount. Special Discount Contract Rates Available Salesmen —20 PLAN A FUTURE — with Mutual of Omaha — Write to Salesman, 1025 Kansas Ave., Topeka. Kans. PONTLAC—Buick - Cadillac — CMC Trucks — Bright opportunity — Choice territory. Experienced Salesmen preferred. Contact Harold Tetwiler — Mhv nick Motors. Ottawa. Kansas.^ Card of Thanks Search Is On For Teachers The annual search for teachers is on in full force, according to Dr. Roy W. Browning, director of placement at Ottawa University. Yesterday Joe Evans, assistant to the superintendent of Topeka public schools, was on campus interviewing prospective teachers among senior students. Representatives from other mid- western cities will visit OU, and there will be a large number of letter and telephone appeals, said Dr. Browning. Pier Aiigeli o Has A Son LONDON (AP)-Film star Pier Angeli gave birth to a 7 pound, 14 ounce son by Caesarean section Tuesday night. She was reported recovering satisfactorily today. The 30-year-old Italian-American brunette and her second husband, Italian band leader Armando Trovajoli, were married in London last February. They live in Rome. Miss Angeli's previous marriage, to American singer Vic Damone, ended in divorce in 1959. They have a 7-year-old son. Legate (First Published January 2, 1963) (Last Published January 16, 1963) State of Kansas Franklin County ss: In the Probate Court of said County and State In the Matter of the Estate of Ella Darnell, Deceased No. 10-931 Tax Officials Study Pay Bill TOPEKA (AP)—State income tax officials hope to complete a study of proposed pay legislation for senators and House members within a day or two. Morgan E. Booe of the state Revenue Department's income tax division, said he was asked to study the bill in light of new federal expense account regulations. The request was made by Sen. Paul R. Wunsch, R - Kingman, president pro tempore of the Senate. Wunch said introduction of the bill may be delayed until Monday. 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 Wm. F. Darnell, son and heir-at-law of Ella Darnell, deceased, praying for authority to sell the following described real estate belonging to said estate for the purpose of paying the debts of said estate and taxes and expenses of administration, to-wit: An undivided % interest in: The N. % of the N.W. '/« of Section 28, Township 16, Range 18 Franklin County, Kansas. and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 24th day of January, 1963, at 2:00 o'clock, p.m. of said day in said Court, in the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Wm. F. Darnell, Administrator Estate of Ella Darnell, deceased. Anderson & Byrd Attorneys for Administrator Our sincere thanks to all who assisted in any way during our recent sad loss. We are especially grateful for the beautiful floral offerings. — Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Lowe. We wish to thank the neighbors and friends and relatives for their cards, letters and the units who sent the fruit plate, during our stay in the hospital. — Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wallace. AAA Co. Needs Salesmen To Cover Local Territory $600 per month $150 Expenses Ins., Hosp., Profit Sh., and Ret. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Automobile, good condition. 2. Travel, Monday thru Friday home weekends. 3. Education — Not a Barrier. 4. Aggressive and Sincere. 5. Prefer small town back ground. 6. Training given by company. CALL FOR APPOINTMENT •* - Mr. Honan -CH 2-4800 10-12 Noon, Tuesday - Thursday. We wish to express our appreciation to our friends, neighbors, acts and relatives, of kindness, for their wonderful flowers, gifts of food, and sympathy cards during our recent bereavement. — Signed: Mrs. Henry Hendrix. General Services —29 BABY SITTING—Days, my home. — CH 2-2238. VENETIAN BLINDS Rebuilt, repaired. — CH 2-2817. BABY SITTING my home - CH 2-2497. References. Lost and Pound LOST — White Hound with black spots with yellow ear — Reward — Henry Mason, Pomona, Kansas. Ottawan Wins Sales Contest Eldon E. Peters, service manager at Robertson Motor Company, placed first in a service sales contest among 34 dealerships. Another member of the Robertson staff, Lloyd A. Myers, parts manager, placed fourt in parts sales. Kfffi UP MM M£ MM ^~~^ w/iefever you go.' Have the . . . OTTAWA HERALD SENT TO YOU! Memorial Record MEEKS — Garfield F. Meeks, past 82, former resident of Ottawa, passed away yesterday in Pueblo, Colorado. Funeral services will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home, Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, with interment in Highland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday morning. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 Notices NOT RESPONSIBLE for Debts made by anyone except myself. — Thomas E. A. Walters. I WILL NOT Be Responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. — Jerry Lee Cromwell. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter CH 2-3659. MACHINE QUILTING - CH 25299, 619 Cleveland. GENUINE Jacuzzi Pump Only — Underwood Plbg., CH 2-1264. STEAMING, PAPERING. Painting. — Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3268. DEAD ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa CH 2-1064. SALE DATES Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrcok Livestock Sale, Overbrook. Kansas Every Wednesday. Every Friday — Allen County UT» itoek Auction. O«« Citv. Kansas. Print) and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every night 7 p.m.. 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Thwsdai night 1136 N. Ualn. Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4838 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Jan. 10 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Fr. Co. Sales Co., Inc. 7:00 p.m. Vj mile north on Highway 68., Ottawa, Kansas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude— 918 Howard— 48. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Bale Company Ever* North Ottawa nn Highway 69 Jan. 18 — Carl Fisher Jr. Dairy cattle It Farm Machinery, 1 mile North 44 West of Waverly, Kas. Jan. 31 — Special Stocker Ji Feeder Bale Franklin County Bale Barn, 1 mile North Ottawa, Kas., on Highway 59. Jan. 29 — Vernon Fitzgerald closing out Dairy & Farm Machinery, a miles East * t miles South Pomona, PAPERING — Plaster Repairs. — Oscar Arnold, 703 S. Mulberry. CH 2-2659. CARPENTERING, Block laying, Cement work, Roofing, Remodeling, any place. Free estimate.—Call CH 2-3824. After 4 p.m. CH 2-1451. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 OTTAWA APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER Repair: All Makes SMALL APPLIANCES Open 9 to 5 130 S. Hickory Livestock —34 PUREBRED Hereford Bulls H. E. Adell. Lane, Kansas. — Phone 869-3410. FOR SALE — 12 nine-week-old Pigs. — Frank R. Kirkland, 3 miles North Rantoul. FOR SALE — 30 head of spotted feeder pigs. — John Scott, 3 miles south, !'/£ west Pomona. FOR SALE — Springer Holstefi heifers, Hostein milk cows. — Frank Kerns, l mile south Baldwin.

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