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Students Can Use Patio No-Smoldng Rule at Bonner is Dropped KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) The Bonner Springs School District in Wyandotte County has abandoned the effort to enforce a no-smoi?ing policy for students by lighting the smoking lamp on an outside patio at the high school. Dr. Theodore A. Stolfus, president of the Board of Education, said, "This plan is the lesser of two evils. In establishing the new policy, the board and school officials indicated students would face an automatic five-day suspension if found smoking in the building. A second offense would be grounds for expulsion. Other school districts in the area, including the Olathe and Shawnee Mission school districts in heavily populated Johnson County, prohibit smoking on school property. "They were smoking in the restrooms anyhow." Dr. x \rzell Ball, superinten­ dent of the Sahwnee Mission District, said board policy also prohibits the possession of smoking materials on school property. "We've tried to be good sports about it," Ball said, "we do have a lunch pass a "Student can obtain to leave the campus." Mark Reynolds, 17, president of the Bonner Springs High School student council and a nonsmoker, said he approved of the new policy, but "it may give the school a bad image and when cold Weather comes they may try to move inside again." Cites Damage Terry Pearce, 17, a smoker, said he approves of the more lenient regulation because "last year they just about tore up the restrooms. "But they are observing this new rule and are careful and put their stubs in a can." Asks That Wardens Head Any Probe SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) The nation's prison wardens should head any investigation into the causes of prison revolts, Don Erickson, president of the American Association of Wardens and Superintendents said Tuesday. Erickson, warden at the South Dakota State Penitentiary, said men in his position have the experience, expertise and insight not held by some who have attacked the prison system as a failure following rebellions at San Quentin, .Calif., and Attica, N.Y. "The men sitting on top of the powder kegs are best qualified to look into the situation." Erickson said in a telephone interview. "We have an understanding of the problems inmates face. But we haven't blinded our eyes to the fact that the best and only society for some people is a penal society," Erickson said. "We have many outside forces working on our institutions. Our prisons are being attacked as failures. Wardens are being labeled as failures. "But bv and large most of this criticism is coming from naive, self-appointed experts who have appointed themselves with the oil of vrilsdom after a cursory visit to some institution or a talk with one of the products who may be tottering on the brink of parole violation," he said. Erickson said he had offered Announce New Plant at McPherson McPHERSON - KIT Manufacturing Company has announced that a new travel trailer and camper plant will soon be established in McPherson. The Long BeSch, Calif., based builder of mobilehomes, secfion- al homes, and recreational vehicles, now operates twelve plants in California, Oregon, Idaho, Ohio, and Kansas. The new 40,000 sq. ft. plant to be built adjacent to the company-owned site in McPherson will be the third for KIT in this community. The company first broke ground in McPhers<»i in 1959, when the 77,000 sq. ft. plant was started. Two years ago, the firm opened its Sierra Homes Division adding a new plant with 52,00 sq. ft. Dan Pocapalia, president, made the announcement for the company following favorable action taken this week by the McPherson City Commission, when that body approved issuance of $350,000 of tax-free Industrial Revenue Bonds. The McPherson Industrial Development Corporation had recommended such action to the Commission for the purpose of constructing and equipping a building to lease to the company. "We'll issue construction bids Immediately," Pocapalia said, "So tliat we can participate in the 1972 Spring market in the plains area." He added that the company would exhibit in several trade shows in Louisville, Tulsa, and Dallas. The new plant will be a mod^ ern metal structure. Pocapalia / said that employment in the '.peak season could total up to ; 200. the services of his organization to Gov. Nelon A. Rockefeller of New York and said he hopes the governor will accept the help if he appoints a committee to look into tlie Attica rebellion, in which 41 persons were killed in a confrontation Monday between police and inmates. The governor has said there would be a major investigation. He added, "We realize certainly that many things need to be done to improve our prisons. "We discharge people every day we know aren't rehabilitated. We discharge people we know are a menace to society. But there is nothing we can do Hbout it bscause they have served their legal sentence. We have no choice." Erickson said he thought society was confused about the role prisons should play, some believing they should be instruments of retribution and protection for society, others believing they should be instruments of rehabilitation. Thus, he said, wardens are cauffht in the middle, attacked on one side for being crusl op- Dressors, on the other for bsing do-gnoders. "Sure, it's true that a lot of crime is committed bv ex-convicts," he said. "But why hang the prison for that? "People forget that by. the time we get them, these guys have failed . at everything. They've failed at home, in Fchool, at church and suddenly we're supposed to have the magio solution. Well, I'll tell vou that you don't change a person overnight regardless of the tools you have." 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FRIDAY Before 5 p.m. to run Saturday or Sunday. WANT AD INDEX NOTICES Political Notices Lodge Notices Death Notices Card of Thanks In Memorlam Cemetery Lots—Markers Special Notices Coming Events Lost & Found Schools Instruction EMPLOYMENT Teaching Positions Help Wanted Salespeople Wanted Situations Wanted SEJRVICES Specialized Services Personal Services Business Services Professional Services AUCTIONS Public Auctions MERCHANDISE Wanted to Buy Food Building Materials Miscellaneous Merchandise Antiques Boats, Campers, Equipment Musical Instruments Furniture Appliances, TV Firewood Mechanical Equipment Flowers, Garden Supplies Pet Stock & Supplies AGRICULTURE Farmers' Wants Farm Supplies Farm Services Field Seed 8, Fertilizer Feed & Forage Livestock & Supplies Poultry & Supplies INVESTMENTS 52. Business Opportunities AUTOMOTIVE 60. Automobiles 61. Trucks 54. Business Property 55. Money to Loan 56. Money Wanted 57. Insurance 58. Stocks, Mineral Rights 62. Trailers 63. Autos - Trailers Wanted 64. Service & Parts 65. Motorcycles & Bicycles 66. Airplanes RENTALS 70. Wanted to Rent 71. Rooms for Rent 72. Room & Board 73. Room, Board Wanted 74. Houses, Furnished 75. Apartments, Furnished 77. Houses, Unfurnished 78. Apartments, Unfurnished 79. Garages for Rent 80. Business Buildings for Rent 81. Offices for Rent 82. Moving, Storage & Renlal 83. Farms, Tracts tor Rent REAL ESTATE 84. For Rent or Sale 65. Miscellaneous Rentals 87. Rentals Wanted 88. Real Estate Wanted 89. Business BIdgs, & Lots 90. Homes 91. Mobile Homes 92. Lots & Tracts 93. Farms 94. For Sale or Trade 95. Miscellaneous Real Eslate 96. Real Estate Loans 99. Real Estate Board Specialized Services BUSINESS, PERSONAL and PROFESSIONAL In Easy-To-Find Alphabetical Order Auto Painting and Repairs O'MARA'S'Wide-Track To\vn offers the finest workmanship in auto body repairs or painting. Call Lawrence Hill for free estimates. MO 3-4481. Air Conditioning Contractor ~A1R~ Conditioner,~(urnace, fan "and~motor service. Russell Electric, 708 East 7th — MO 2-4971. Auto Upholstery AUTOMOBILE Seat covers and upholstery. Convertible tops installed. Truck and tractor seats rebuilt. WASSON 106 West 1st Carpntcring & Masonry CARPENTRY, CONCRETE, all kinds. No lob too small. Free estimates. JOE PREVITERA. MO 5-5127. "CAlJPENTRY, "concrete;""kitchen" cTbl- nets. Free estimates. George Tinin, MO 2-6109, MO 5-7048. "CONSTRUCTION ••^REM0DELrNG~6f all kinds. Hadley Capps, contractor. MO 3-4119. CONCRETE WORK of all kinds. Free estimates. Call MO 2-8068. Carpet Cleaning ^STEAMATIC Carpet "Cleaning — "Call Doug for a clean rug." 663-2538. Free Estimates. njustom Fit Bras ~^S"YMBRAETTE,"7"styres;"l52"sizes,"p'er- fect fit for every one. Gerry Cooney, Merle Norman Cosmetics, 14 East Ist. Draperies Don't Buy Draperies until you check with Bybeesi ALSO— Matching Bedspreads in Many beautiful colors — Lots of new samples In assorted colors 1 bybee interiors 1301 East .*lh Drywall Work "mNT^Cedlngs TexfuFed?"nNlei>d~D7y"- wall Work? Call Gary's Drywall — Now servicing Lee's Drywall customers. 6620663. Furniture Upholstery ~HOTC HTNSO N~ BOOT H"" Ma riu I ac I u7t rig", Cafe's, Night Clubs remodeled. 317 East 3rd, Hutchinson. Furnace Cleaning ""HY-"TOWER^Vac'cTealilho~ tor Furnaces & Ducts. SERVICEMASTER, MO 2-2365. Hydraulic Jaci< Repair SMITH'S HYDRAULIC Jack "RepaTr Moved - New Address 622 East 3rd, i'MO 3-4628. Legal Notices "TFlrst published In The Hutchinson News, September I, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RE>»0 COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ) ESTATE. OF ) PHILLIP G. TEETER, ) DECEASED. • ) NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITiON FOR PROBATE OF WILL The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are I'ereb/ notified that a petition has been filed in said Court by Clarence E. Hamilton, as executor named In the will of Phillip G. Teeter, deceased, praying for the admission to probate of the will of Phillip G. Teeter dated November 8, 1963, a copy of Which Is filed with the petition, the original having been admitted to probate as the joint will of Rhoda C. Teeter, and for the appointment of Clarence E. Hamilton as executor of said will, without bond, and you' are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 23 day. of September, 1971, at 10;00 o'clock A.M. of said day. In said Court, in the City of Hutchinson, in Reno County, Kansa"?, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, lodgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. CLARENCE E. HAMILTON Petitioner MARTINDELL, CAREY, HUNTER «. DUNN 601 Wolcoft Building Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys for Petitioner 8414 "(First published In The Hutchinson News, September 1, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTAT- OF ) Case No. 7274 MAEBELLE CADWELL, ) Deceased. ) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR To the Creditors, Heirs, Devisees and Legatees of MaeBelle Cadwell, deceased, and all others concerned: You and each of you will take notice ttiat on the 30th day of August, 1971, Walter Fraeso was appointed Executor of the Will of MaeBelle Cadwell, deceased, and duly qualified as such Executor and letmrs testamentary were Issued to- him on August 30, 1971, by the Probate Court of Reno County, Kansas. All 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 ar« not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. Walter Fraeie, Executor of the Will of MaeBelle Cadwell. Deceased GILLILAND, HAYES & GOERING 212 Wplcotl Building Hutchinson, :<an»as<7!;ol Altornovs (or Executor 8411 Legal Notices (First published In The Hutchinson News, September 1, 1971.) STATE OF KANSAS ) ) SS: COUNTY OF RENO ) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ) ESTATE OF A. E. Mc- ) GONIGLE (a/k/a ALGIA E. ) No. 7300 McGONIGLE,) DECEASED. ) NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed In said Court by Bernlce McGonigle, as widow, heir at law, legatee and devisee of A. E. McGonigle, deceased, and as executrix named In the Will of said decedent, praying for the admission to probate of the Will of A. E. McGonigle dated November 20, 1946, which is filed with said Petition, and for the appointment of Bernlce McGonigle as executrix of said Will, without bond, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 27th day of September, 1971, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day. In said Court, in the City of Hutchinson, In Reno County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, [udgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said Petition. BERNICE McGONIGLE, Petitioner WEINLOOD, COLE, OSWALT & SHAFFER 603-608 First National Bank Bldg. Hutchinson, Kansas MOhawk 2-0221 Attorneys for Petitioner 8413 (Flrst~publlshed~lrrThe Hutchinson Nev« September I, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ) ESTATE OF JESS R. ) No. 7298 CAMPBELL, DECEASED. ) NOTICE '^iiOF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR TO THE CREDITORS, HEIRS, DEVISEES AND LEGATEES OF JESS R. CAMPBELL, DECEASED, AND ALL OTHERS CONCERNED: You and each of you will take notice that on the 27th day of August, 1971, Ethel B. Campbell was appointed executor of the v/lll of Jess R. Campbell, deceased and duly qualified as such executor, and letters testamentary waro Issued to her on August 27, 1971 by the Probate Court of Reno County, Kansas. All parties interested In said estate v/ill 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. ETHEL B. CAMPBELL, Executor of the Will of Jess R. Campbell, Deceased. ATTEST: E. VICTOR WILSON, Probate Judge RAUH, THORNE & ROBINSON 315 West 1st Street Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys (or Executor . 8405 IN THE DISTRICS- COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS CONNIE WIRTZ ) Plalntlfl ) vs. ) CASE NO, DANIEL WIRTZ ) 19026 Defendant ) NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS TO DANIEL WIRTZ AND ALL OTHER PERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY BE CONCERNED: You are hereby notlded that a petition has been filed In the District Court of Reno County, Kansas, by Connie Wirtz, praying for an absolute divorce, an allowance (or the support o( herself and her minor children, an order granting to her cusl&dy of the minor children, a division of property, and costs of said suit, and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before the M day of October, 1971, In said court at Hutchinson, Kansas, In the County o( Reno. Should you (all therein, (udgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. CONNIE WIRTZ HESS, Cf?ONHARDT, LESLIE & BERKLEY 1201, North Main Street Huichins6n, Kansas 67501 Attorneys («r PlointKf No. B44I Announcements 15 Cemeteryjjots—-Markers When the time comes to choose a memorial for a loved one, will you know where to look? How to decide? What to pay? There Is someone you can rely on for sound professional advice. Memorial Art Co., 1300 NIckerson Blvd. MO 3-3JI61^, Burial Lots Memorial Park Cemetery One or-More Spaces in Beautiful Sections At Lower PrIcesI Belter buy before needed. Call Mr. Brooks Day 663-1121 Eve. 662-4818 16 Special Notices ~NO'frCE"T"6'""C6¥fRACtORS The Board of Education of the Fort Larned School District No. 495 are calling lor bids for the construction of a Vo- cationai Education Building. These bids cover General, Mechanical, Electrical, Healing and Air Conditioning. Plans may be secured at the District Office at 111 West 7th Street, Larned, Kansas. These plans may be viewed at the Chamber of Commerce plan room In Hutchinson, Kansas. Rcger Rents Belt Massage Machine PAPER DRIVE TOMORROW Sept. 16, 8 a.m. till 1 p.m. McCANDLESS SCHOOL A~JOB "irwAlTl N"G ~F0R ""T0Cir "fterd today's Classified Adsl Dial local 2-3311 or call collect 662-1215. ALCOHOLICS ANONVMOUS will Help those who sincerely desire to stop drinking, MO 3-9681, "BEAUTY" BY Mary Kay Cosmcflcs. Belly Priest, 662-8527, Route 3, Hutchinson, Kansas. • E LE CT ROLU X",""~authorlzed"Sa res""'and Service. Aivin Fry, 2015 North Main. MO^ 5-6025. ROLLAWAY BEDS, baby cribs. A to Z RENTAL CENTER BOB'S "BODY SHOP. 1603 East 4th. Why pay more? See mel ""ADVANCE" Fair tickets on sale, Be>ridge IGA, NIckerson. 17 Coming Events " RUMMAGE SALE - Wednosday-Thurs- day-Friday, £000 East 4th by Obee School, Aluminum windows — door.^, two 2 wheel trailers, 2 '/7 HP deep — shallow pumps, Camper top for long wide bod pickup, Typewriter, 3 record players — sicreo. Lots of Junk and Miscellaneous. MOVING SALE — 1414 Eastland, Tuesday - Wednesday 9-9. Good children and adults clothing, sv/ingsot, dishwasher, set of wheels and axles, lots of everything. GAI?AGE SALE — Wed. & Thurs. — Baby crib, mattress, dropos, rods. Clothes for children through adulis. Lots of misc. 1004 E. 22nd. GARAGE SALE Thursday and Friday, 9 to 5, 609 West lOlh. Baby items, clothing, blankets, dust mops, paint, miscellaneous. GARAGE""SALE," 3 "mlle5""west'df'sbuih Hutch blinker light on old 61 highway, Wednesday, Thursday, 8:30 • 5 p.m., MO- 2-8502. "BIG'"RUM"M"AGE sale SsrveTTeOfg'era- tor. Clothing, bedding. Dishes, many Misc. Thursday and Friday. At 1430 Orchard. MOVII^G S A L E and" miscellaneous Items, and children's clothing. Wednesday and Thursday, 426 East eth. MOVING SALE — Saturday, Sept.~1B 9:30 a.m. Clothing, & Miscellaneous. 210 N. Paine, NIckerson. "^GARAGE "SALE, "Thursday, September 16, 8:30 a.m. 304 Roberts. (Farmlngton Addition). RUMMAGE SALE, Thui-sday — 605 East lOlh, Shirts, VW carrier. Miscellaneous. RUMMAGE SALE - Thursday - 608 fioriU Walnut. Nice clothing, coals, miscellaneous. 3 FAMILY garage seta, 23 Harvest Lane, Wednesday, Sept. 15, 8 lo 4. Lawn Mower Service LiWN~MOWER~Ch"aln"'sawr all""t"yp05 small engines repaired. HODISCO, 1217 West 4th. MO 2-0203. Miscellaneous Services ~Tfr"P C AST TCi ""Youf TiipplngsV""p"apersT Cent square Inch. Mailed day received. V A K, 211 East 8lh, Hutchinson, Kan sas 67501. WEnyifrcrsNDTJsreR WORK— Albert Keliey, 662-4')42, Hutchinson "PIPE THREADING and cutlltig; Reno's 215 South Main. Massage Treatments SWEDISH "A^ASSAGE'TrealmentTItiam baths, nerves, circulation. 417 East A, Hutchinson. Nursing & Rest Homes 24 Salespeople Wanted AMBITIOUS LADIES WHY NOT CHANGE YOUR SPARE TIME TWO s $ $ s s s Part Time or Full Time No Door to Door No Delivering No Collecting No Investment Call 283-3925 (Newton) or Write Mrs. Jerry Schmidt R. R. 5, Newton, 67114 Personal Interviews held at Ramada Inn In Newton Sept. 18, 10:00 A.M. NOW HAVE opening for patTent — am- bulalory, bedfast or convalescent. On a quiet street, lovely private room. Excellent food and care. Plione 663-4027.^ 'fl|"ECTAL~CARE~pTeler7ed7 couples or single, my home. MO 5-5830. Painting & Papering _ PAPERHANGlNG,""waH "c6verlngr"in" terior painting. Free est.mates. MO 2-2955. Phone evenings at_MO^ 2-9280. P"AVNfTNG7~"Exteflor~"b> inferior", sp"r"av or brush. Free estimate Call 6 a.m — 12 noon — 6629950. Larry Moore. Picture Framing 20O MOULDINGS, Mats, Needlepoint, block, dry mount. STEPHENSON'S, 1212 N. Main, 2-1341. professional Stirvices ANSWERITE Professional Service 14 E. 2nd SI. copied at compelltive prices. (Let us do your letter writing) Phone 6624427 REASONABLE" bookkeeping" "and"tax services. Barbara McConneli, 230 North Hendricks, MO 2-8044. Radiator Service HILTON" RADIAtOR "SERVICE.""Cleaning, repairing and recoring for cars, trucks and tractors. 118 West Avenue A. MO 2-0779. Sliarpening Service SHARPEN rKiG ~SERVice"."""Sawsand scissors, 2105 N. Main, Satisfaction guar antoed. 663-6274. Septic Tanks & Sanitation 'SEPTIC~TANKS,""cleahcd, repaired, in stalled. Lackey Sanitation, Rl. 3, MO 2-0266, "Red" Wroe, operator, MO 5-8158, Spencer Garments INDIVIDUALLY'" DESIGNED," foulida- tlons, bras. Mrs. Edith Dpy, Langdon, Phone 594-2546. Trasb Hauljng ED GUTHRIES" Trash," mbnJIiTY ra'as, special pickup. Free Estimates, MO 3-6373 Truck & Car^ Painting _ "QCTACITY—Painting,' i-econdftlbfilrTg, rc"- bulldlng of cars, trucks, trailers and In dustrlol equipment. Cleaned by steam and sand blasting. ARK-RIDGE ENTERPRISES, 662-1223, Randolph Anderson, 662-6025. Termite Control ft'O'&EinsO'N "TERMITE and'Pe'si "Control. Guaranteed. Licensed. Insured. MO 5-8710. P.O. Rox 483, Hutchinson. ~me~Tri]inming^& RciTW^^ BOB STRICKLER'S Tree Service. Ex perlenced Trimming, Topping, Removals. Tree sluinps removed by machine, any location. Free Estimates. MO 5-6215. Tf?EE SERVICE" " Trim, Topped and Removed. Cedar and Hedge trimming. Spraying. 663-3580. Wiring ~QlJ7knTy~ETFcT?Ib""wi r"IH 'g""'an'd ~?ebirif Ing (Independent), Russell Electric, 708 East 7th, MO 2-4971. Attention! Siilcspcoplc Wan tec WELLES HAS OPENINGS for botl; male and female .salespeople who desire a part- time job with one of the largest retail stores in Hutchinson, Kansas. Prefer some i-etail experience but not necessary. We ai-e looking for people who are neat and clean and willing to work. Salary commensurate with experience. NO PHONE CALI.^, PLEASE! Welles Department Store 17th & LORRAINE HUTCHINSON, KANSAS TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! SELL NOW to December. Free training and hostess gifts. No delivery. No coi- iecllng. Sharon Yodar, Hutchinson. MO 2-3539. 26 Situations Wanted AS A SERVICE lo our roadOrs, "Situation Wanted" ads will be- accoplcd nl HALF PRICE to Individuals seeking per- nianont employment. Ad must bo paid in advance. Come in. . . a friendly ad taker will help you. WANT" Practical " Nurs'rngr'exporicnco, references, own transportation, will live in. Write Hutchinson News Box 95-L. "F"AMlL"Y"MA'N'"^gtr42rcie"5Trc"5 FFdlo"- TV work while completing color training. P.O. Box 5, Hudson, Kansas, 458-2832. LADY wants employment, full or part time, anything considered. MO 22932 ^ARb W6Frk"Wanied Phone MO 2-4216 30 Wanted to Buy BEFORE YOU SELL GET OUR BID, HIGHEST Prices paid for furniture, appliances, tools and miscellaneous, any quantity. Fred Welch Auction Co., 2-B3( 116 South Main. 31 ^ Food PRE-FAIR SPECIAL. Watermelon's; for J1. Slicing tomatoes 2 lbs. for 25c. Canning tomatoes S2.95 bushel. Sweet potatoes 6 and 8c per pound. Glenn Ely, 4001 N. Lorraine. 2-2684. "WATE RME L0N,"4 for 'SI .067'CantalbupF, 4 for SI.00, $2.00 bushel. Apples, honeydew, sweet potatoes, canning tomatoes, S3.00 a bushel. Winter squash. SANDY ACRES, 9 miles north on Plum Street. Open 8 to 8 weekdays; Sunday 2 to 8. "^RrVE'RSBA|i)K ''-""j 'o'nathan7"ficcl Be- iicious. Maiden Blush, Golden Delicious Apples, Garber Pears, Crab apples. Cantaloupe, watermelons, squash, (resh apple cider. Open 9 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday 1 to 5. Vi mile north of 30th on K-61. W ATE RMEL0Nr4 'for "$1.00.""Coniaioupe 4 for $1.00, 62.00 a bushel. Jonathan apples, $3.00 a bushel. Honeydew, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and winter squash. SANDY ACRES IN MEDORA, open 12 to 8. Page 29 The Hutchinson N6wg Wednesday, September 15, lf71 33 Miscellaneous TAPE "REC0"RD'6"R~SUP (fCre5 Blank tapes, head cleaners, connectlna cables, demagnetlzers, splicers, mikes, etc., come to: INTERSTATE ELECTRONIC SUPPLY 325 W. Fourlh Street 662-7941 Bank Amerlcard Master Chargs 18 Lost & Found '"'FOUND AbS" (only) "wlil"be'a'ccept ed FREE If you find something AND WISH TO LOCATE THE OWNER—Come In. . .a friendly ad taker will help you. ""f^OU N D ""^^Female"" S'panlcl"'"or'~ bird dog, white with black spots. Vicinity Welles. MO 2-0124, 1501 North Lorraine. FOUND — bark BlueisfrGrey male poodle type dog, while on feel, no collar. MO 3-9665 after 5 p.m. " FOUND—Black"~a"nd~ White~ma re" To'y Terrier In Sears Parking Lot. 2-4489 or 2-0787 after 5. FOUND" Prescription glass,Walker's Restaurant South Hutchinson, MO 2-6216 after 5 pm. '" LOST' "—""Mans black frame "glasses, 1000 block_East 21. MO 2-4889 after 6:p.m. FOUND — Chlld'5"TrlcyclerFalrgrou"nd Swimming park. MO 3-6622 to Identify. FOUND' Aug.' 3lst-Smaii black puii, Ave. A. School. 3-5656 mornings. 0 Schoojs^ Instruction DANCE 'ARTS, Master"CDrtlfle'd 'private program. Children's classes—Tap, Ballet, Acrobatic, Baton. Adult classes- exercise interpretive, social. Materials kit furnished. 662-2062, 3105 Farmlngton Road. SA"NbY'STiANtE '"ST0blO."Tap;"BaTl'el and Acrobatic. Free transportation. Call MO 2-3066. At Adela Hale It's easy to enroll! Personal attention! Individual progress! Free iob placement! STUDENT ' LOAigSI ACCREDITED ACaSI AIR CONDITIONED — VET APPROVED COEDUCATIONAL FOUNDED 1932 Call or Visil Today Adek Hale Business Career School Ist & Plum, MO 3-4419 Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 iS^ Lost & FOUND — Prescription glafscs, off o( East 17th. Call to Identify 2B156, A Better Job For You v/hen you have been Iralnod by SALT CITY Business College Bookkeeping -- Shorthand Typing — Card Punch •-• Sncrctarlal Business Machines Business Administration Senior Accounting Call today MiO 3-4488 Ave. A & Walnut Day t. Night Classes Employment 21 Teaching Positions ^ "* Beginning end Advanced Accounting Instructor 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Age no obstacle. Must have degree. Contact Dick Conard, MO- 3-4488 or MO 2-3237. Typing Teacher needed Immediately. Dial 663-4419 Hutchinson. 22 Help Wanted WANTED; Truck Driver or Truck Driver-Torchman Combination. Apply In person—MIDWEST IRON & METAL CO,, 70O So. Main. " NEED Goocr'h'ofiT'for general wcldrrig and machine shop. Prefer older men, Lao Bassett, 463-3126, Burrton. . MECHANIC wanted," DIesor axperlen'ce or willing to learn. Apply Ryder Truck Rental, Inc, 505 N. Jackson. MAIDS Wanted "for Fair Week. Phone MO 2-0J6D or come to 207 South Main, South Hutchinson. COUPLE to MANAGE Motol, vicinity Hutchinson, Write Hutchinson News, Box 9SAA. SSRViC^'sifllfon'atlenbant, i Service man, OK Servic* Co,, 25 East Mlh. 22 Help Wanted ?WfirT6""SUPERVlSE'prbductlon and maintalnancs In grain products plant, in Mid-Kansas. Need responsible, mature Individual. Ability to supervise personnel of throe shifts essential. Must have mechanical ability, some knowledge ol steam boilers and auxiliary equipment heiplul. Write Hutchinson News 470, giving personal data, previous cvporicnco and salary desired. Ail replies confidential. W ANTED Welders, assemblers, brako and shear operators, and machinists. Fringe benefits, 45 hour week. Equal opportunity employer. Please call, write, or see the personnel director. BJ MANUFACTURING E. Highway 50 Ph. 316-227.017.1 Dodge City, Kansas 67B0I WANTED: Combination club room op- eralor and building cuslodlan for American. Legion in Ness City. Musi bo 21 years of ago or over. Send applications In Box 41, Noss Clly, Kansas 67560. Please lis! quailficBllons and references. Appll cations will close on September 24. FULL Time work for responsible man to operate fork llll truck, load route truck, keep warehouse clean. Apply In person to Richard Burgess, production Superintendent, Pepsl-Cola Bottling Company, Lyons, Kansas. NO PHONE CALLS. OVER THE Road experienced Diesel Truck Drivers. Must be able to pass D.O.T. test. Good opportunity for the right man, call 662-4381, or P.O. Box 852, Hutchinson, Kansas, WANTED.' MECHANIC, Farm Equipment dealership. Good wages. Benefits, Brelz Garage, DIghlon. Call collect 3975812 or 397-2228. Ask tor Marvli or Russell BreU. "" b"E P'E N DA B L 6"L'ADy'~r6^r^""ba"by''" slfflrig wllh one child and light housework. 7:30. 5:30 weekdays. Must have own transportation and reforcncos. Northeast location. 662-8563. "I'MMlHbiATS 'Opo'nln"g""(or okHlod seal cover trimmer and Installer. Steady v/ork, top pay, paid vacation. Inquire Joe's Sent Cover Confer, 206 North Seneca, Wlchlla, PART TIME — fiarn $2400 per year. COLLEGE background required. Write or call: Waddoll & Reod, inc., 407 Wolcoft Bldg,, Hutchinson, Kansas, Phone 665-8400 WANTED. Part-limo bookkeeper. Must have appropriate training. No experience necessary. Write Hutchin'.on Nev/i Box 95-K. LUBR MAN Excoilcnl opportunity lor ndvnncemeni (or mon wllh oxporlenco. Mull have ablilly lo meet thn public, Slop in for Inlorvlew and details rognrding the gwjd future awaiting the rlgtil man. Ask (or Ken Osburn, service mofiagcr. Dwight-Thomas Lincoln-iVIercury East Vnd at Poplar, Hutchinson NEED $100.? WE need 3 ladies to help us In our commercial booth during Slate Fair. Guaranteed salary, Must be ambitious. Wrilo Hulchlnson Nov« Box 9JJ. PULPWOOD CUTTERS" NEEDED nt Cimarron, Kansas. Big wood, short hauls. Contact Michael Armstrong, Box 577, Cimarron, 24 Salespeople Wanted ARE"YOU fired 'of punching a' clock? Are you as far as you can go on your present job? Would you like a |ob that is depression and inflation free? V/ouid you tike to earn $50, or more a day? Could you sot your own work schedule? If your answer Is YES lo these questions, call Date Tost, Royal Inn Molol, 663-1211 today 4 p,m, - 7 p,m. ARE you looking (or a position rather than "Just a Job?" V/hy not »»• l( you can qualKy (or a rewarding (uturo? Con tact Robert J. Danlord, 663-3359, Farm Bureau Insurance, CAN YOU spare „'hours'per week (or on extra $50 to »60? We need 2 part lime people lo service Fuli»r Brush customers. 662-823" 29 Public Auctions Turon Sales Co. Turon, Kansas Livestock Sales Wed., Sept. 15, 1 P.M. These cattle are already consigned (or Wednesday; 10 Angus calves 2 lo 4 wockr, old. , 20 Angus Bulls 550 to 600 lbs. 20 Angus hollers heavy springers. 25 Angus hellers 500 to 550 lbs. 15 Weighing cows. 50 Angus Springer cows. All the above cows will be pregnancy tested and blood tested by sale date. This Is a local herd of calllo, 11 Holstoln steers 475 to 525 lbs. 18 Horetord heifers 400 to 500 lbs. 35 Angus steers and helfors 400 to 500 lbs. 8 mixed siners 800 to 050 Ibt. 45 Steers and hollers 500 to 700 lbs, 5 Angus cows. One Shorthorn bull 700 lbs. 19 mixed steers and hollers MO to 500 lbs. 7 weighing cows, 35 mixed cattle 400 to 600 lbs. We'll have a lot of drive In cattle tomorrow also, if you havo calllo lo '°"call HY 7-3070 Stanley Fairchild Owner-Operator Turon, Kansas Remember Public Auctioft Vj mile west and ^V^ north ot Raymond, Kansas, Tomorrow Morn., Sepl, 16, 10 AM Household goods. Some primllivps and collectablcs. Farm machinery mvl shop cqulpmoni, ALBERT W. MRZGER ESTATt;, 0WN1.;H J. C. Price, Admlnislrnlor Snlo conducted by DAVENPORT Auction C^o. "Auction Is our only business not a sideline" .South Hulchlnion MO 2-7993 PurnitLire Auction Tonight Sept. 15, 7:30 PM 15 We«l B Detailed l; in Tuesday's Paper Financing Available Taylor Auction PONDVIEW'"-^'"Jonathan and Delcon apples, Garber pears, watermelon, canta loupe, squash, slicing tomatoes. 2Vi mites north of 30th on K61. Open 8 lo B; Sun days 12 to 8. 'TOMATOES, ""CAN'NiN6',"'""'S'LTC 'rRG; PEPPERS. Eggplant. Stutzman Greenhouse. Closed Sunday, 5 miles Southwest on highway 50, 662-0828. APPLES^Jblialhan," Delicious,"^ water"^ melon, cantaloupe, squash, W.C. Slough ton Orchard, 2 East, 1 South Medora. CRIMSON SWEET MELONS. One mile east, Pi miles north of 30th Street on 30th and Buhier Road. John R. Dyck. CRIMSON Sweet watermelons, 4 for $1.00. Black Diamond, Irish gray, 50c $1.00 , 6321 North Plum. "WATERMELONS""—' two" miles nor'tfi 30lh and Plum, Vi West. 663-9617. FRESH EGGS — Pullets, 15c doir, Large 37c dot. Phone MO 2-7589. PEARS APPLES: Eariy Delicious, Jon-Grlmos, Wealthy. RUEBKE ORCHARD, m miles South of NInnoscah River bridge on High way K-17, 2 East, Vi North, on the West side. Pretty Prairie. 32 Building Materials MOVABLE Homes Component Hoines Component Garages PERRY LUMBER CO. So. Hutchinson Skinner Plywall Discounts^^ 826 South Main 5-7121 Kitchen Carpets Rubber Back Shags 12 and 6 ft. Vinyl 12 inch Floor Tile 60 low priced selections o( paneling lo choose (rom. Come In & Save Cash &i Carry! PRIMED HARDBOARD SIDING second grade 12-in, 16-ft. long Easy to install Easy to paint & Durable . . . by the biuidie—16c lessor amounts— IGV JC Easterday Lbr. Co. 1,310 East 4tli REDUCING," Walton """olbclric"""" roffe'r m.issngcr. Brunswick Monterey pool table. 5-7051 or 5-5206. VACUUM Cleaners, hoses, bags, (liters, parts and supplies. PARNEY'S, 405 N. Main, MO 2-3751. SINGER Upright Vacuum Cleaner $10. MIDLAND SEWING CENTER, 325 North Main, 3-J:I'II, BEST UUY5 in 0-Track Tapes, Lalayolle Radio, 506 East 4lh, Hutchinson. Open llll 6 p.m. 12-FT. McRAY Rofrigoratod produce cose for sate. Nlckor!ion IGA, HA 2-3298. 45 " RPM Records," 15c 'each! HAYES RECORD SHOP 510 NORTH MAIN. rOR SALE; I2x',!0 Goraoe, newly bulll, onsy lo move, J20O.OO. 2-8390. HOOVER upright, $10. MIDLAND SEWING CENTER, 325 North Main. •" PftObLEM""WITH'-CfiTrdr8'nV "-5iirn5 ;i/ toys — Reno'i, 1304 North Main. JOHNSON C-B RADIOS all 14 models In stock. We hava over 20O Items In stock for the C-B user. HOURS: MON.- FRI. 9-6. SAT 6-12 For all of your C-B needs, come to INTERSTATE ELECTRONICS 325 W. 4lh 642-7941 Bank Amerlcard Master Charga Bondex or Dramex house paint. COST SI .95 a box. Now 50c a box. Make* 1 gallon of paint for basement walls, or concrete foundalion. Just add water and stir . . . ELMO PIERSON 500 EAST D 5TST ANWVERJAftV SpeClALSl 6et your old hat cleaned & blocked FREE with each New Hat purchased. Westerns, Seml-Weslerns, LBJ's, Regulars. All hats greatly reduced. HUTCHINSON HAT WORK_S^_205J^rth Main. '1970 KIRBY Vacuum Cleaner, has attachments, pllshor, rug shampooer. Sold new $339. Balance $169.50, small payments. Used very little. Fully guaranteed. MIDLAND SEWIMG CENTER, 325 North Main, 3-2351, •"COMPLETe""ST'0Cl<'~PVC'"Pl»stlc'~'(5Tpi and Fittings 'A to 4 Inch diameter, 1125 and 160 lb. tested, approved for water and gas lines. Also Schedule 40 approved by city. Easy lo Install. Retail and wholesale. HODISCO, Inc., 1217 West 4th, MO 2-0203. L 'OTr "0"fi~N"EW"8.'"USEb"'GI CL (itHlN5T Coats • Caps . Boots - Shoes - Overshoes - Jacl<cl5. Fatigue Pants - Fatlgua Shirts - Rain Caps - Good Army Tents— all sizes .... ELMO PIERSON 500 EAST D TOP SOIL FOR all your'^yard and "garden needs. Very good. HOSKINSON SAND 8. GRAVEL MO 2-7783 Days WALLPAPER - as"" low'as"~10c "roll. PAINT 25c pint, 50c quart, $2.00 gallon. Look our special tables over for bargalnsi ELMO PIERSON 500 EAST D HOOVER Dlal-a-matlc "Vacuum""Cleaner, wllh atliiclimonts. Sold new $119.50— balance $47.50, MIDLAND SEWING CENTER, 325 North Main, 3-2351. 'MAKE'bealon down carpet"nap'at dooir- ways bright and flu((y again with Blue Lustre. DUCKWALLS, 1303 N. Main, 720 E. 4th, 523 E. 30lh, SAVE THAt'SMlLE."'.' .wlth"'K'(rd a k film & processing (rom Coberly's Photo Dept., 1300 North Main. Your complets photo store. MO 5mi Miscellaneous Crochet a Pantsuit 15 V/OSi B MO 2-0721 Merchandise 30 Wanted to Buy CARL'S FURNITURE PAYS CASH For Good Used Furniture 710 South Main MO 3-9123 "•fflGHESf PRICES paid lor used"(ur- nltur" HARV'S FURNITURE, 13 ."ioulh Main, 663-90/1. "WANTED - •'Fruit inrs, prolorably '.i quart sljo. Ervin Miller, Partridge, 567' 2361 Collect. WE"GIVE"CA6H for gocd used pianos. Call 316.662-4816, Get more for your furniture from Taylor Auction. .We will buy one \)iccc or eom- plete houseful. MO 2-072). WpyPAY TOP DOLLAR For Furniluro, Appliances & Mine, MO 2-7993 SALES AND SERVICE— All makes of sweepers. KIrby company of Hutchinson, 301 East Ism, Hutchinson, Kansas, 662-1251. 2, 3, 4 and 5 INCH 'PIPE,'"Su'cker Rods, Beams 8, Structural Steel. O I I Field Salvage & Supply 425 W. D, 6626237. KIRiiV ~ HOOVER — E'LE'C'tft'eCUX Rebuilt, Repossessed ZIg-Zag Sewing Machine, HVC-SMC, 11 South Main, 2-9551. "" T YL E R"50Ifaso beeF"cbbler,''ro's"s'~f Fra '"rt year old. Paid $1250. Will take $745. Will finance. Call 465-2255, Haven. KIRBY Vacuum "Cleaner with alta"ch- monts, $29,50. MIDLAND SEWING CENTER, 325 North Main, 3-2351. SIN GE R L ATE '"nibdeP^Sewlh'g'TWa'cWe $19.50. MIDLAND SEWING CENTER, 325 Norlh Main, 3-2351. ""WE MAKE"'MAGNETl"C''"VcfiTc1o"5lgins, engraved desk plates, door signs, badges. KAUFMAN'S, 662-3191. New slmctural and New reject pipe "A in. tiiru 4 in. HUTCHINSON IRON & METAL TOS^S^Majii^ MO 3-3391 Big Carpet Sale All At Reduced Prices. Kitchen, Dalh, Shags, 501 Nylon, Wools - bybce interiors 1301 East 4 ' 'MSKfi'BcoRiTdown carpet nap at door- wa/s brighl and flufty again with Blue Lustre. Reno Ace Hardware 215 So. Main 1304 N. Main 34 'Antiques •-jj"s"r '''5periba~5emjfrrrs "~ANTT5i[re5, 1506 Cherokee, Groat Bond, Kansas. ""CO U N T R Y' B A1? "N'^'/fiT(fq u?5,"'SaTrtiori?. Block WosI ol Main, Open Daily. Antique chlnii and glass, carnlvarglass, collectors boltlos, 1629 East G. 35 BoaLs, Campers, Eqpt. 12 GAUGE 1100, 20 Gauge 1400, 20 gauga double barrel, MO 2-4689. Printed Pattern "Skinny" into this sleek pantsuit for town, travel. Cr(x,'het casual pantsuit or wear top as elegant dress. Lacy stripes for top, closer stitch for pants. Use novelty yarn. Pattern 960; NEW sizes 10-16 included SEVENTYFIVB CENTS for each pal- lern—add 25 conis for each pattern for Air Mall and Special Handling, Send to Laura Wheeler, The Hutchinson News Necdiecroft Dept., 105, BoK 161, Old Chelsea Slallon, New York, N. Y, lOOII. Print Patlern Nttmber, Naino, Aildr«M/ Zip. 4591 SIZES 8-16 10/2-20/2 SUPER - STAR QUARTET! Sew curve-yoke skimmer, coat, tunic, panis in harmonizing knits, tweeds, checks to mix and switcii, Monoigram! Printed I'altern 4591: NEW Half Sizes \m, 12'^. MMs, 16^, 18%, 20Vi. NEW Misses' 8. 10, 12, 14, 16. Transfer. SHVENTY-PIVE CENTS (or each'pat- torn — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air AAall and Spwial Handling. Send to Anne Adams. Care of The Hutchinson Now* Pattern Dept., 312, 243 VVest/17th St., New YprK, N.V., lopil. Print NAM^, ADDRESS with ZIP, Size and S V YLI NUMBER. '

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