The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 21, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, January 21, 1963
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Homely Girl Choice Of 4 Out Of 5 Men THE OTTAWA HERALD C Jan. 21, 1968 ™ By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-The young man was in a quandary. "I am tired of being a bachelor and want to settle down," he told me. "But I'm in love with two girls. "They have the same physical measurements, uh, 37-23-35, I think. Both have the same amount of money—none. Each has a steady job that holds promise of advancement. "But one is beautiful. Everyone comes up and wants to meet her when I take her out. She is wonderful to look at. "The other one is homely. Nobody bothers us when I'm with her. But she is so much fun to listen to! "Tell me, which one should I marry?" Well, the next morning I put the question to five married male philosophers gathered around the office water cooler. The vote might surprise the average woman. It came out four-to-one in favor of recommending that the young man wed the homely girl. "A beautiful dame is always holding the mirror up to herself," said the first. "A husband to her is only landscaping. He just serves as backdrop while she holds the center of the stage." Said the second man: "It boils down to a matter of expense. Give me a homely girl every time. You'd think it would cost more to keep up a homely girl, because she needs so much improvement. Actually, it works the other way. It's the beautiful women who are never satisfied with how they look. They'll keep any man broke spending his money so they'll look even better—not to him but to other women." "A homely wo'man is better because she doesn't mind giving a real belly laugh if something strikes her as funny, and a fellow likes a gal who can let go with a a real belly laueh and enjoy herself." said the third man. "That's true," broke in the • fourth man. "But that's only part of it. There are other arguments. "If you marry a beautiful woman, you wind up jealous of her. But if you marry a homely woman, she always worries about where your eye is wandering. "Also, a beautiful woman never gets more beautiful, but marriage makes a homely woman prettier every year." Indignantly the fifth man broke in: "I must disagree with every crass word you fellows have uttered. Why, I married the most beautiful girl in the world, and I'd like to say-." "How long you been married, son?" interrupted the first man. "Three months, sir." WHAT WOULD MRS. KHRUSH SAY? - Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is embraced by Doris Noetzel, East Berlin television plant worker, during his visit to plant. Khrusli was in East Berlin for East German Communist Party Congress. Removals Collins, Bertha M.. from 330 Walnut, to Pomona; Droddy, Mrs. Carrol, to 1030 N. Hickory; Dlllen, Thomas 8., to ~526 S. Poplar. to 607 Llndwood; Home, Norman, from 716 S. Sycamore; LeRoue, Diaz, from 210 S. Maple, to 134 S. Maple; Rencau. Mrs. Roy, to 234 Walnut; Wright, Claybon, from 737 S. Cherry, to 739 Funston; Yohe. L. R., from 1037 S. Locust, Deeds Johnnie McEchron to AMn J. Brown, N75' Lost l-2-3-4-5-6-Shaners Subdiv. of lot 10 Blk 4 Pitts Place; P.E.L. Const. Co. to LeRoy D. Hildebrandt, % int. lot 29 Willow Acres (Corp. Deed); Dorothy Daugharthy to LeRoy D. Hildebrandt, 'A int. lot 29 Willow Acres; Donald D. Meeker to Carrol G. Droddy, lots 8-10-Blk 1 Otts. Add.; Robert L. Baylor to Merlin C. Casteel, lots 28-Blk 5 Gleasons Add.; Cecile R. Frieden to Paul H. Gaynor, NVi of SW'A Sec. 24 Si E43 Rods of SE'/< of Sec. 33 all 17-17; Ruth E. Atchison to Clarence A. Webster, lot 21 Blk 9 Richmond; John Ogle to Franklin Co. Sales Co. Inc. 28 "< acres NW'/ 4 SPC. 24 161-9; Floyd Hackett to Wlllard Waner, SWVi Sec. 23 15-19 except Trac.; John N. Wassmer to Dena N. Wass- mcr, lots 26-28-Blk 26 Unin. Add. No. S; Dena N. Wassmer to John N. ,Wassmer, lots 20-22-Blk 80; Druery R. Thorn to Elma E. Turner, 25 acres SWA Sec. 22 15-21; James C. Fabian to John Everett Stark, lots 32-34-36-Blk 15 BST Add.; P.E.L. Const. Co. to Richard M. Carey, TJndiv. % int. In & to lot 18 of Willow Acres P.E.L. 1st Add. (Corp. Deed); Dorothy G. Daugharty to Richard M. Carey, Undiv. Vt int. In & to lot 18 of Willow Acres P.E.L. 2st Add.; Dorothy G. Dgugharthy to Robert L. Bayler, undiv. Vt Int. in & to lot 15-16 Willow Acres P.E.L. 1st. Add.; Lillian E Lwarence to O. L. Breckenridge, W'/. NEtt SE'/i NW/4 Sec. 18 17-20; PEL. Const. Co. to Robert L. Sayler, undiv. "'< int. In Si to lots 15-16 Willow Acres P.E.L. 1st. Add. (Corp. Deed). CERAMIC WALLS & FLOORS FORMICA TOPS Inlaid Linoleum TILE Christian Bros. FLOORS CH 2-2285 Ottawa Opportunities for TEACHERS If you are a teacher, or a liberal arts graduate who can teach, there is a worthwhile ami memorable experience waiting for you In the Peace Corps. Countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa need teachers in primary, secondary and advanced schools to teach math, science, English, physical education and many other subjects. For full information, write today. PEACE CORPS Washington 25, D. C. Published as a public service In coop, •ration with The Advertising Council COMPLETE DAIRY SALE 4 miles north, 3 miles: west Garnett; % mile north Junction Schoolhouse. Wednesday, Jan. 23rd Commencing at 10 A.M. 92 — head of Cattle — 92 (62 Holsteins, all tested) Farm Machinery — Miscellaneous Terms: Cash. Maynard & Josephine ASKINS Auct: Zenn Ratliff. Clerk: Clyde Boots. Public Sale As we are leaving the farm, will sell at Public Auction the following personal property at the farm 8 miles west and 4 miles south of Ottawa, or 2 miles east and 4 miles south of Pomona, or 4 miles east on 50 and 3 miles north of Williamsburg on Tuesday, January 29th Commencing at 11:00 a.m. LIVESTOCK — 14 head milk cows, 11 head in production, 7 of these were fresh this fall and winter, average daily production on these 7 is 55 Ibs., 11 head 5 years old or under, 3 to freshen by sale date; 5 Holstein springer heifers: 4 Holstein heifers, yearlings, open; 4 Holstein heifers. 4 to 10 months; 2 Holstein steer calves: Hoi stein bull calf. All of these are from artificial breeding. All cows and heifers calfhood vaccinated. DAIRY EQUIPMENT — Surge 2-unit milker; 2 4-can International milk coolers; wash vat; 24 milk cans. MISCELLANEOUS — Tractor sprayer; Bolen garden tractor with saw and cultivator; electric motor, 1 H.P.; tractor saw; 60-bu. hog feeder with cast iron bottom; 70-gal. hog waterer with heaters; hog troughs; feed bunks; other articles too numerous to mention. MACHINERY — 1944 Model B John Deere tractor; tractor cultivator; John Deere Model H manure spreader; John Deere 2-14 plow on rubber; John Deere 999 planter, 3-point hitch; John Deere 7-ft. tandem disc; John Deere 7-ft. tractor mower; John Deere wagon with grain bed; Mulkey hay and grain elevator, 32-ft: Oliver grain drill; 2-section harrow; 12-ft. International straight disc; Case field harvester with motor; John Deere ensilage blower; fertilizer spreader; 1951 Ford pick-up, half-ton; 1950 International IV-i-ton truck with grain bed. FEED — 40-ton corn and sorgo ensilage in upright silo; 100 bales alfalfa, (approximately). HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Some household goods, including upright piano in good condition; Mathes Cooler. Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents. No property to be removed until settled for. MR. AND MRS. VERNON FITZGERALD, OWNERS Auctioneers: Myers Bros. Clerk: Peoples National Bank. Lunch will be served by Greenwood Ladies Aid. Another Big Celebration ALL FREE ALL FARMERS And Their Families "WHAT'S NEW IN FARM EQUIPMENT 'BETTER CROPS THROGH CHEMISTRY AND OTHER ENLIGHTENING FILMS PLUS THE WHOLESOME COMEDY OF CHARLIE WEAVER and ANDY DEVINE with an All Star Cast TWO FREE SHOWS 9:30 A.M. -1:00 P.M. — PLAZA THEATRE FREE LUNCH CHARLIE WEAVER (CLtff MQUtTtl) •TITUS MOODY" AUIN JOHN DEERE DAY WED.. JAN. 23 Starting JOHN DEERE DAY JAN. 23 - THRU FEB. 1st ANOTHER BIG SELLEBRATION NINE BIG DAYS OF BARGAINS SAVE 10% To 50% SAVE USED AND NEW MACHINERY Here's A Partial List -- There's Lots More A Small Deposit Will Hold Any Equipment until Use Season USED EQUIPMENT TRACTORS '62 JD 3010 D fully equip., low hrs., new guarantee, save $1,000 '59 JD 530 equip., excellent '58 JD 720 gas, equipped, new tires '58 JD 820 D o'haul, new tires '54 JD 60 o'haul, P.S. new tires '50 JD A Equip., o'haul Several A's & B's '57 Farmall 450 Equip., 1200 hrs. '57 Farmall 350 D equip., o'haul, new tires '47 Farmall M o'haul, real good Farm B with plow, cult., mower '52 AC WD PS, wide front axle, remote cyl., o'haul, excel. '50 AC WD remote cyl. mtd. plow '52 M-H 44 live PTO & Hyd., remote cyl., big pistons & sleeves. Excellent rubber '50 M-H 44 just o'hauled, excellent "50 M-H 55 Diesel Live remote double acting Hyd. Excellent '52 M-M UTU, ready to go '52 Ferguson TO-20, new tires. A dandy ' TRACTOR PLOWS Pull Type Just like new JD 555 4-14 safety trip bottoms, hyd. lift JD 55 3-14 hyd. lift JD 44 2-16 hyd. lift Mounted Type Demo. JD F120 4-14 JD 810A 4-14 JD 810 3-16 JD 810 3-14 New AC 2-16 Ford 2-14 IHC No. 8 3-16 Slat bottoms hyd. lift IHC No. 8 3-14 hyd. lift IHC No. 8 3-14 Mech. lift Case 2-16 Mech. lift M-H 3-14 Mech. lift Several others PLANTERS JD 494 4 row fert. JD 490 4 Row, fert. JD No. 6 fert. JD No. 290 fert. Several IHC, Case, M-H, Blackhawk and others, some with fertilizer, some mounted. MISCELLANEOUS JD No. 24 Loader JD No. 43, 3 point hitch corn shellcr JD Van Brunt 16-7 Drill, fert. IHC 16-7 Drill, fert. IHC 16-7 Drill, fert. seeder Superior 13-7, Fert., seeder Superior 17-7 Power lift JD 14' Heavy Duty Wheel Disk JD 10' Heavy Duty wheel disk Kelly Ryan PTO feed wagon Cherokee PTO Ensilage Feed wagon TERRIFIC SAVINGS -- Buy This Equipment Right Off the R.R. Car Loaded on your Truck F.O.B. Ottawa YOU PICK UP AND SET UP SAVE--SAVE-SAYE ALL NEW-ALL NEW JD I Oft. LF. FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR Only $318.53 JD No. 45 Tractor Loader JD Tractor Only $360 up Farmall H-M Only $377.93 up JD Model R 95 Bu. Spreader Only $476.47 up JOB 16-7--Drill, Hyd. Lift Only $514.97 JDFB-B I5'7" FERT. DRILL Only $718.98 JD 495 A 4-Row Planter Reg. Auger, I I " Openers •Fert. Furrow Openers Only $784 38 JDNo.62 A 4-Row Planter Furrow Opener Cover Disk Only $335.20 JD RG 4-Row Rear Mounted Cultivator Choice Shovels Only $715.85 All Prices Quoted Are You Pick Up and Set Up A Small Deposit Will Hold Any Item Until Use Season WE FINANCE - BANK RATES Ottawa Tractor & Imp. 119 E. 2nd CH 2-4400

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