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HIE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, January 23,1963 Briefs Going lo Kansas City yesterday to attend funeral services for Claude Pugh, former Ottawan, at Newcomer's, were Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Pearce, Mrs. R. I. Spencer, Mrs. C. S. Williamson and Dr. A. H. Cecha. Chester New and sons, Ronald and Donald, Loa, Utah, have been visiting since Sunday with his brother, Fred New, sister-in- law, Mrs. Frank New; and nieces, Mrs. Gene Mavity and Mrs. Charles Mavity Jr.- and families. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roth, 839 S. Oak, have heard that their son, James, has been in a hospital since Jan. 3, for complete rest because of a back injury. His address is Pfc. James M. Roth 1910502, Navy No. 3002, Box 14, Ward B- c-o FPO, San Francisco, Calif. Correction in Sears Ad Last Night, 17 cu. ft. Upright or Chest Freezer. Your choice $187.88. Adv. Mrs. Rose Abbott, 836 S. Elm, thinks perhaps her copies of the Herald go farther than those mentioned in previous stories. She sends them to her brother, M- St. Phil Mages, in the Air Force in France. She reports that he mentions reading items which she missed. He is somewhere near Paris but the family has only an APO address. Edgar L. Palmer, Nevada, Mo., posted $10 bond at police headquarters yesterday after he was cited for running a red traffic signal. Gale Shannon, assistant state weed supervisor- Topeka, discussed the 1963 weed program today with county supervisor Floyd Higdon. Waffles daily until 9 p.m. Smor- gasboard tonight. Coffee Shop. Adv. A non-support action has been dismissed in District Court against Willard R. Johnson. The action was filed last January in county court by Lillian Englehaupt. The Kansas State Society of Long Beach, Calif., will hold a Kansas admission day picnic on Sunday, Jan. 27, at Bixby Park in that city. There will be a register for all 105 counties and for the colleges. A food and coffee concession will be available and tables may be reserved. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH REV. PAUL STAGG Announce Church Speaker Rev. Paul L. Stagg, program associate for the division of evangelism of the American Baptist Home Mission Societies' will speak at the North Baptist Church at 7:30 tomorrow night and at Sunday morning services at the First Baptist Church. Mr. Stagg's major responsibility in his work is helping to develop and administer a program for local churches through state conventions and local societies. In the past the minister has conducted many conferences in the American Baptist Convention and spoke at numerous state conventions, ministers' conferences and local churches. He is active in the work of the Urban League and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Mr. Stagg was born in Louisiana from a pioneer missionary family that served among the French - speaking people in that state. He was educated at Louisiana College, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Columbia University and Union Theological Seminary. He is married and has two daughters. Favor Liquor Law Change The sale of liquor by the drink drew an expression of favor at a meeting of hotel, motel, restaurant and country clubs operators in Lawrence yesterday. Operators from Lawrence, Ottawa, Garnett, Kansas City- Mission, Merriam and Overland Park unanimously agreed a change in the present Kansas liquor laws would add considerable revenue to the state and local governments, bring more business to the state through tourists and conventions and would add a new industry which would require more employes in Kansas. The proposal to allow the sale of liquor by the drink is presently being considered by the state legislature. The legislature authorized the 'sale of liquor by the package in 1949. Prior to that time liquor sales were prohibited in Kansas. Legate Road * Brlige '. A. Gardner, salary $ 550.00 'oanne Frltts, same 61.67 Neva Tulloss, same .. 328.00 William West, same ....... 360.00 Aerie Atchlspn, same 2*3.00 'eddy Barnhart, same 281.94 iavon Bates, same 360.00 )rpha Bearly, same 360.00 "ay Brown, same 350.00 Toward. Burroughs, same .. 360.00 Harold Crockett, same 350.00 Clifford Crump, same 350.00 Lrthur Deane, same 385.67 Jeorge Denker, same .. .... 268.87 William Panning, sam* .. .. 250.00 ;. R. Firestone, same 330.00 )onald Fischer, same .. ... 350.00 iaurlce Green, same 360.00 Jraden Griffin, same 350.00 'ames Hull, same 36B.67 larry Johnson, same 336.16 'ohn LaFollette, same .. ... 360.00 Valter Landess, same .. ... 360.00 n loyd McCurdy, same Leonard Matteson, same COZY — Pair of earmuffs plus knitted sweater keeps Ginger, 4-month-old Dachshund, comfortable on chilly days. Dog is owned by Kent Cunningham family, Parsons. Youth Foils Holdup New Term AtOU Monday The first semester at Ottawa University is drawing to a close, and the second term will begin Monday. Classes in the current semester will be completed today. Many students will still take time to complete papers and special projects before taking a few days vacation. Registration for the second semester will begin Monday and continue through Tuesday in Myers Library, according to Dean W. D. Bemmels and Registrar Virginia Jennings. Students planning to enroll for he first time in the university hould first confer with officials in the Admissions Office. Dean of Students Gene Miller aid about 30 new students have Iready indicated intention of en- oiling. It Was Too Cold Outside That Can Cold weather can lead people and animals to almost any kind of shelter, and Lewis Sobba, Richmond, is certain that animals aren't particular about where they find it. One recent afternoon Sobba picked up a turned-over milk can and found a 19-pound raccoon had made itself very much at home inside. Sobba called Joe L. Mildfelt, Richmond, to come for a look. The two experienced a good deal of difficulty getting the animal out. Legate July 7, Otta. Tractor, same. ~uly 7, Lesh Oil, fuel July 7, Fr. Co. Hy Dept, oil., fuly 7, Cannady's, spray . y 7, R. P. Sand, Ibr y 7, M. Ferguson, ptrl. .. July 7, U. S. Treas, tax July 7, St. Cont. Fd, s-t 2-4431. Adv. Mrs. Judith Pickering, 416 Walnut, reports that she baked a pan of cornbread for the birds yesterday after she saw a number of them flying around looking in vain for food. When she put it at her back door a number of birds found it immediately and had eaten it all in 10 minutes. She asks that others put out feed for the birds, "God's little creatures." The Peoria and Cole community meeting will be held Friday night, Jan. 25, at Cole School. T. A. Bischoff will show pictures he took while touring Europe last summer. Refreshments will be served. Jim Boreing, 17, Denver, Colo., grandson of Mrs. W. A. Penny, Ottawa, recently disarmed a holdup man in an attempted robbery in a pharmacy and held him in a headlock until officers arrived. The proprietor and an assistant grabbed at the gun after the assistant had smashed the robber on the head with an empty bottle. They were unable to get the gun. Boreing, a defensive guard of East High School's state championship football team, had gone to the drug store to pick up some films and prints and was reading a magazine when the disturbance began. Mrs. Penny will return Saturday from a visit of several weeks at the Boreing home. Funerals IUEL W. MITCHELL Services for Ruel W. Mitchell, 'ho died Jan. 20, were at the Lamb Funeral Home Jan. 22. Dr. laymond P. Jennings officiated Local Markets Soybeans $2.41 Wheat 2.03 Milo 1.63 Ear Corn 1.05 Shell Corn 1.10 Barley Oats Rye , were C. M. Ott, Wayne Blair, Wayne Gilliland, Dr. F. A. Trump, Hen Hayward, and Garland Dilard, Kansas City. Active pall- >earers were Clarence Hegberg, Robert M. Clogston, E. E. Haley, Clarence Ward, Paul Gaynor, J. R. Cheney, John J. Pinney and Ben F. Park. Mrs. J R. Henning played organ selections including Bach's Arioso. Burial was n Highland Cemetery. Ottawa Notary Club members attended n a group. Mr. Mitchell's widow s the former Mildred Marie Eliott, whom he married July 25, 1921, in Joplin, Mo. Deaths 1.07 79 1.00 Butterfat 47. 42 Eggs Grade Eggs .. Hens 20c 32c, 25c, 20c 09 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (API—Cattle 1,400; calves 100; steady, average and high choice steers 26.SO; high good to average choice 22.50; good and low choice heifers and mixed steers and heifers 24.7525.00; good heifers 22.00-24.75; cows 14.00-17.00; good and choice vealerK 23.00-28.00. Hogs 4,000; all classes steady; barrows and gilts 1-3 185-240 Ib 16.00-25: 1-2 200-233 Ib 16.50; 1-3 275-40(1 Ib sows 13.75-14.25. Sheep 500; 50-1.00 lower; good to mostly choice wooled lambs 18.00-50; high choice and prime 19.(W; good to choice shorn No 1 pelts 17.75-18.00. Blanche Lamb-Bob Robertt Lamb Funeral Home MRS. W. W. WILLFORD Mrs. J. M. Ward, 840 W. 5th, received news of the death, Jan. 19, of Mrs. W. W. Willford, 91 Colorado Springs, Colo. She was the former Etta Keeler and was born near Pawnee, Neb.- Nov. 24 1871. Mr. Willford was a foster brother of Mrs. Ward. Her mother died when she was 12, and she came with her fa ther and several brothers and sisters to the Centropolis area. She was married March 8, 1893, to Mr. Willford. The couple lived near Centropolis until 1901, when they moved to Hodgeman by covered wagon. They later moved to Colorado Springs, where Mr. Willford died in 1934. She was a member of the Christian Church. Mrs. Willford is survived by one brother, J. C. Keeler, Colo rado Springs; several nieces and nephews. Services will be Thursday a 3 p.m. in the Swan Funeral Home Colorado Springs' with burial in a Colorado Springs Cemetery. GEORGE McCLURE George McClure, 918 Hamblin 77, died Tuesday at 3:45 p.m. in Ransom Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient four days A graveside service with Rev G. R. Maxwell officiating will be at a later date. He was born in Ottawa in July 1885, had worked in Kansas Cit; for several years and moved bad to Ottawa two years ago. He ha remained single. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Marj Elizabeth Silvey, St. Paul, Minn. who is ill and will be unable t attend the service; and severa nieces and nephews. ssisted {night. by Rev. Honorary Charles P. pallbearers Cars Damaged In Collision Cars driven by Paul Beasley, RFD 2, Williamsburg, and Dean 0. Reddiffe, Lawrence- collided at the 4th-Locust corner about 1:30 yesterday afternoon. Beasley was traveling west and Reddiffe south prior to the accident. Damage to Beasley's auto was estimated at $20, and damage to the other car was estimated at $35. Legate 45.5! 99.87 10.30 118.00 34.39 262.78 99.00 65.44 $ 738.05 Aug. 4, July, 1M2 Road Brown's, repair Aug. 4, Fogle's, rd mat. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept: Lesh Oil, fuel Fr. Co. Hy Dept, oil.. Cannady's, spray .. . R. P. Sand, Ibr M. Ferguson, ptrl. .. C. Richardson, offic.. Ray Farris, same ... L. O. Fabert, same . • 4.06 26.9! 56.31 10.16 23.6 8.7! 258.5 7.0 7.0 7.0 371.01 381.94 Legate .Legate Robertson Mtr. Co.,parts ... 12.25 M. B. Salisbury Co., parts .. 28.00 Sam's Tire & Sup., rprs 2.00 Sheldon Truck, parts , 103.57 C. R. Blankard, right-of-way. 177.28 C. R. Slankard, right-of-way. 85.32 8. W. Tele. Co., services — 40.74 Barry Smith Auto, supplies . 125.78 Highway Com,, maps 50.00 W. A. Talbott, right-of-way .. 28.35 U LP Gas, gas 51.Of! Wcidmann Tire, supplies ... 27.39 Treas. of Fr. Co., tags ..... 1,235.00 Payroll, salaries 10,087.42 V. Montague, right-of-way ... 74.25 TOTAL $19,133.16 Cowtty Special Brldre Cook, Flatt, ft Skoog, survey. .$2,431.25 I. E. Meharry, same 365.67 )avld Reekie, same 350.00 I. E. Reekie, same 255.00 Valter H. Rodgers, same ... 245.00 (ohn Schulz, same .. .. .... 360.00 rim Shcler, same 345.00 Cloice Shepherd, same 260.00 Ralph Shepherd, same .. ... 360.00 Clifford Sink, same 355.00 ; 'rank Stansbury, same .... 381.94 T. Stevenson, same 360.00 C. I. Turner, same 260.00 A. W. Wadklns, same 285.00 TOTAL $ 409.3 August, 19«2 Road Fr. Co.Hy, culvert.$ 61.20 Fogle's, rock 81.90 M. Ferguson, ptrl. . 229.15 C. Richardson, offic. 7.00 Ray Farris, same .. 7.00 L. O. Fabert, same. 7.00 $ 393.25 September, 1962 General Oct. 6. Ottawa Herald, pub...$ 12.48 Road Oct. 6, Brown's, repair .. . .$ 4.93 Oct. 6, Lesh Oil, fuel 42.20 Oct. 6, Fr. Co. Hy., mach. .. 12.50 Oct. 6, Fogle's, rock 786.17 Oct. 6, M. Ferguson, ptrl. ... 288.66 Oct. 6, C. Richardson, offic.. 6.35 Oct. 6, Ray Farris, same ... 6.35 Oct. 6. L. O. Fabert, same .. 6.35 Oct. 6, St. Cont. Fd, s-t 59.36 Oct. 6, U. S. Treas, tax .. .. 98.00 $ 1,310.87 October, 1962 Road Nov. 3, Firestone, tire rpr...$ 7.50 Nov. 3, Fogle's, rock 166.67 Nov. 3, Fr. Co. Hy.. repair .. 73.15 Nov. 3, M. Ferguson, ptrl. .. 232.45 Nov. 3, C. Richardson, offic. 7.00 Nov. 3, Ray Farris, same .. 7.00 Nov. 3, L. O. Fabert, same . 7.00 $ 500.77 November, 1962 Road Dec. 1, Fr. Co. Hy., repair..$ Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Fogle's Quarries Lesh OH Co M. K. Ferguson . Carl Richardson Ray Farris .. . L. O. Fabert .. 65.39 27.37 87.93 224.75 14.00 14.00 14.00 ANNUAL REPORT OF TOWNSHIP TREASURER To the Township Auditing Board of Lincoln Township In Franklin County, State of Kansas The undersigned, Township Treasurer of Lincoln Township, submits the fol lowing report of Receipts, Expend!' tures and Indebtedness, for the year ending December 31, A.D., 1962. Statement of Budget Appropriations and Expenditures General Budget Appropriation $ 870.00 Total Exp. for the Year 242.79 Under 627.21 Road Budget Appropriation . .$ 9,000.00 Total Exp. for the Year 8,990.34 Under . $ 447.44 December, 1963 General Dec. 29 Oyler - Pearson, fee.$ 125.00 Dec. 29, C. Richardson, offic. 5.81 Dec. 29, Ray Farris, same .. 5.81 Dec. 29, L. O. Fabert, same. 5.81 $ 142.43 Road Dec. 29, Fogle's, rock $578.62 Dec. 29, Firestone, rep tire. Dec. 29, M. Ferguson, ptrl.. Dec. 29, U. S. Treas, tax Dec. 29, St. Cont. Fd. s-t Hospital Notes Admissions Willard Walker, 908 N. Main; Mrs. George Antone, RFD 3; Teresa Latimer, 904 N. Mulberry; Mrs. Olin James, Quenemo; Mrs Charles Barnes, Osawatomie; Mrs. Hazel McEvoy, 511 N. Cedar, Tuesday. William LeValley, 922 King; Mrs. Bill Slankard, 812 S. Cedar; Debra Sue Adams, 745 Ash, Wednesday. Dismissals Elva Holden, 719 N. Main, Tuesday. Mrs. Thomas Meiers and baby son, Quenemo; Danny Keith Merriam; C. J. Milton, 411 F, 14th, Wednesday. Receipts General Date Rec'd From Whom received Bal. (Last Annual Report) ..$ 92.20 March 3, Fr. Co. Treas. . .. 1,103.94 Total Receipts $1,196.14 Total Expenditures Balance Add Outstanding Wrnts. 942.79 253.35 142.43 Bank Balance $ 2,268.14 Road Bal. (Last Annual Report) . .$ 1,332.38 March 3, Fr. Co. Treas. .. . 5,220.11 July 7, Mach. Fund 403.12 Oct. 6, Fr. Co. Treas 2,885.03 Nov. 3, Chas. Scrlbner 25.02 Dec. 1, O. F. Ponton 7.00 Dec. 1 W. F. Yates 10.00 Total Receipts $9,882.66 Total Expenditures 8,990.34 Balance 892.32 Add Outstanding Wrnts. .. . 980.04 EXPENDITURES January, 1962 Road Feb. 3, Brown's Hwd., rprs..$ 11.09 Feb. 3, Lesh Oil Co., fuel . 72.73 Feb. 3, Bob's, fuel 22.67 Feb. 3, M. Ferguson, patrol 335.30 Feb. 3, C. Richardson, of. ... 14.00 Feb. 3, Ray Farris, same ... 14.00 Feb. 3, L. O. Fabert, same . 14.00 $ 483.79 February, 1963 General Mar. 3, Ottawa Herald, pub..$ 26.81 Mar. 3, C. Richardson, of. .. 9.00 Mar. 3, Ray Farris, same .. 7.00 Mar. 3, L. O. Fabert, same . 7.00 McCLURE - Grave Side service for George McClure are incomplete. Owing to weather conditions burial will be delayed. Announcement will be made later by Towner's Chapel. Cotoner's c ii vi'i:i. 49.81 Road Mar. 3, Karl Fogle, Hauling . 56.72 Mar. 3, F. Couch, Hauling . 66.80 Mar. 3, Lesh Oil Co., Fuel . 40.04 Mar. 3, Con. Mat., Rock . 309.25 Mar. 3, Hughes Auto, parts . 1.36 Mar. 3, M. Ferguson, patrol . 251.40 Mar. 3,C. Richardson, official 7.00 Mar. 3, R. Farris, official .. 7.00 Mar. 3, L. O. Fabert, official 7.00 746.57 March, 1963 Road Apr. 7, F. Couch, hauling . $ 152.70 Apr. 7, Martin Tractor, rprs 234.87 Apr. 7, Brown Hdwe., rprs. 8.07 Apr. 7, Fr. Co. Hy. Dept. oil 47.21 Apr. 7, F. Couch, hauling .. 204.40 Apr. 7, Con. Mat. Co., rock 160.85 Apr. 7, O. P. Hoopes, Ibr. .. 13.56 Apr. 7, M. Ferguson, ptrl. .. 297.03 Apr. 7, Fogies, rock 614.60 Apr. 7, St. Cont. Fd., tax ... 70.51 Apr. 7, Ray Farris, official . 5.90 Apr. 7, C. Richardson, same. 5.90 Apr. 7, L. O. Fabert, same .. 5.90 Apr. 7, U. S, Treasurer,s-t... 121.70 $ 1,943.20 April, 1%3 Road MayS, Lesh Oil, fuel $ 39.27 May 5, Fr. Co. Hy., rprs. ... 10.00 May 5, G. McOrath, labor .. 108.00 May 5, M. Ferguson, ptrl. .. 226.00 May 5, C. Richardson, offic.. 14.00 May 5, Ray Farris, same ... 14.00 May 5, L. O. Fabert, same . 14.00 $ 425.27 May, 11)63 Road June 2, Fr. Co. Hy. rprs.oil $ 127.88 June 2, Fogle's, rock 151.69 June 2, M. Ferguson, patrol. 290.21 June 2, C. Richradson, offic.. 14.00 June 2, Ray Farris, same .. 14.00 June 2, L. O. Fabert, same . 14.00 15.41 238.76 75.80 71.45 $ 980.04 State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: I do solemnly swear, that the within and foregoing is in all respects a full and true account of all moneys received by me and expended, together with the Indebtedness of said Township, during the full period of the year ending December 31, 1962, and for the full time for which I should make such state ment. So help me Ood. Carl Richardson Township Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st day of December, A.D., 1962. L. O. Fabert Township Trustee Richmond Township a. W. Crick, salary $ B. E. New, same TOTAL $ WHllamsbarg Township D. I. Goodwill, salary $ General Fund R. O. Bearly, Jury fee, mile..$ Mrs. M. Bosworth, same .... Robert Llngard, same Glen Adams, same Mrs. E. Caylor, same C. H. Bertram, same H. W. Evans, same Owen Followell, same Lamar Fowler, same Meal Finch, same Merlin Casteel, same Leo Brooks, same Mrs. Joy Gentry, same .. .. A. V. Hablger, same Byron Figgins, same C. W. Hegberg, same L. L. Gleisburg. same Ernest Burns, same Bertha Bell, same Max R. King, same Harold French, same J. E. Braum, same E. C. Tillery, same Chester Frederick, same .. . Maurice Wlederholt, same .. Evelyn Bond, same E. L. Loyd, same C. C. Nutt, same Harley Cromwell, same .. .. Lydla Thompson, same .. .. Charles Crable, same Marvin Durbin, same Mrs. E. Cole, same John E. Douglas, same Rolan Davis, same Harry Day, same Lewis Fischer, same Merritt Ball, same Mrs. Cecil Honn, same J. C. Stephenson, same .. Jesse Gregg, same Walter Nltcher, same Wanye James, st. witness ... L J. Allen, same J. D. Cruces. same James Chandler, same Gene Evans, same J. W. Dlckerson, same Orville Burroughs, same .. . City Wtr. & Lgt., services .. Gas Scrv. Co., same S. W. Bell Tele., same Donald Capper, dispatcher .. Alban's Serv., ser. call .... Anderson & Byrd, pf. serv. .. lexander & Doyen, bond .. Srown's Hdwe, sup Budge's Hdwe., sup Bundy Ins., bond-co. of Jurroughs Corp., sup ?aptlal Blue Print, same ... Central Check Co., same ... lex Clausen & Co., same ... Davis Paint Store, same .... A. French, 1961 audit f. pmt.. Gordon Rogers Co., sup .eg. of Ks. Munlc. s'scpt. .. jockwood Co., supplies McClay Wholesale, same .... Guzman Lmbr. Co., same ... Ottawa Herald, pub Ottawa Ins. Agency, bond .. Ot. Vet. Hosp., rabies test .. Maurice Ponton, mile., exp.. laney Drug Store, sup ack Rutter, prob. of Alfred Rybolt, baliff st Meth. Church, rent Ted Johnson, janitor A. Reed Wilson, sup lobert Pinet, mile., exp. .. . Volfe's Sup., sup BM Corp., maint. agrmnt .. Joel Cutting, sup Cannday Supply, same J. G. Kahler, atty. fees Winton Winter, same Myron Steere, same Dr. H. Flora, prof, serv H. Caylor, coyote bounty ... Harold Caruthers, same .. . George Laws, same Charles Schamle, same .. .. Lonnie Platt, same Lavon Bates, same Marilyn Schaub, same Nitcher's, mat., labor Payroll, salaries W. G. Cogswell, sup Lister Hdwr., same Didde Of. Sup., same Ottawa Engr. Co., phtstat. .. OK Photo Serv., sup The Selig Co., same $1'0,087.42 50.00 100.00 150.00 201.60 Townships Caller Martin Tractor, parts —t Fr. Co. Hgwy., Ibr, pts Greenwood Fr. Co. Hghwy., mdse. ...f Rublck It McCurdy, hauling. Fogle Quarry, rock Harrison Fr. Co. Hgwy., supplies .. .| 72.92 86.08 30.14 39.00 233.80 27.91 Hayes Fr. Co. Hghwy., rock, Ibr ...$ N1.25 Homewood Fr. Co. Hgy.. Ibr, mch wk. .$ 081.59 (First Published January », 1963) (Last Published January 23, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, si In the Probate Court of said County and 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 a. Bowers, administrator of the estate of John Keim, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, approval of his accounts as administrator, allowance for his services, attorneys' 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 befor* 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. Pottawatomle Township Fr. Co. Hgy., Ibr, rock ,...$ 970.34 Thomas Stevenson, labor ... 25.00 Pottawatomle Special Road Fr. Co. Hgy., rock $ 304.05 Richmond Township Fr. Co. Hgwy, tube $ 147.60 Murray Limestone, rock .. . 481.09 COUNTY CLERK'S STATEMENT of Fund Bills for December, 1962, As Audited and Allowed by the Board of Franklin County Commissioners. January 1, 1963 Welfare Fnnd The Individual names and amounts of payments for Old Age Assistance, Aid to the Blind, Aid to Dependent Children, Aid to the Disabled, and General Assistance will not be published and are listed herewith in total. In accordance with the provisions of Chap ter 221 Laws of Kansas 1953, a public file showing the names and addresses of all recipients receiving payments un der said act, together with the amounts paid, are required to be kept in the offices of the County Clerk and the County Welfare Office, and is opened to the public for inspection at all times during the regular office hours. Old Age Assistance $31,203.28 Aid to the Blind 239.50 Aid to Dep. Children 8,161.95 Aid to the Disabled 4,668.90 General Assistance 2,692.48 Administration .. .. 6,151.4' Total Welfare Fund $53,117.58 Attest: Bruce Spears, (Seal) County Clerk. Salary Fond Max Gilmore, salary $ Ofellta Ivey, same Maurice Ponton, same Treas. St. Retm., same Robert Pinet, same Almeda Edwards, same .. .. Bruce Spears, same Donald White, same .. .. ... Christina Woke, same Dorothy Thomson, same 426.25 329.2 477.5 10.00 575.52 406.70 439.46 376.25 315.33 245.00 Joe Ferns, same 315.'0i Marguerite Koehler, same Robert Melton, same .. Velma Powers, same . Edna Richardson, same .. James Richardson, same . Ruby Sanford, same .. Ravenna Oakes, same .. . Roselyn Whlrley, same .. . Virginia Hoffman, same .. Evelyn McKlnley, same .. Velva Lee Mott, same .. . 245.0C 225.00 245.00 245.0C 290.00 245.00 205.0C 245.00 220.00 225.OC 225.00 70.0C 220.00 Mary Troutman, same 220.0 Grace Wilson, same 220.0' Marceline Ralston, same .. 176.Oi Wanda Klrkland, same .. .. 176.0C Freone McClay, same 176.0 Carrie Flake, same Myra Smay, same $ 611.78 June, 11)62 General July 7, Fr. Co. Treas. elec. $ 700.00 July 7, C. Richardson, offic.. 12.89 July 7, Ruy Farris, same ... 12.69 July 7, L. O. Fubert, same .. 12.69 Road July 7, Brown's, repair $ 738.07 Ralph Hopkins, same M. Llnnenberger, same Pete Selbel, same .. . Alva Hoover, same Carl Sherman, same .. J. H. Button, same .. . Earl Richardson, same Cecil Vining, same .. . TOTAL I'O.OO 25.IX 250.0i 88.00 125.00 229.33 229.33 221.33 $ 8,915.22 Special Auto Kay Shaffer, salary $ 220.00 Noxiouj Weed R. E. Thompson, salary . Floyd Higdon, same .. 275.00 250.00 TOTAL $ 525.00 Health Dr. J. R. Henning, salary ..,$ 210.00 Mary Mickey, same 324.01 Sue Morris, same Rosalie Osburn, same Aria Lickteig, same Jewell Spratt, same 2.74 TOTAL 64.05 400.00 148.50 44.00 1,190.46 Doyle McBrayer, trscript. Colbern's, assessors meals Max Gilmore, pris. main. , Max Gllmore, mile., exp. , Joe Ferns, same Jim Richardson, same .. . Cecil Vining, same J. H. Button, same Earl Richardson, same .. D. L. White, same Bruce Spears, same Robert Melton, clothing al. 35.50 35.50 26.72 25.60 5.00 20.00 20.00 30.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 42.50 32.00 25.00 20.00 35.50 31.30 22.24 25.60 21.1'J 34.20 31.30 25.00 20.00 34.80 25.00 15.00 5.00 40.50 6.68 10.00 5.98 5.00 10.00 5.00 6.12 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 6.40 1.50 1.50 1.50 10.00 12.70 10.00 8.64 164.57 169.19 308.90 270.00 3.50 50.00 10.00 4.80 8.70 243.80 22.80 10.75 38.80 3.76 26.85 1,000.00 74.14 245.00 603.08 36.50 62.07 15.21 19.43 5.00 20.96 7.54 15.00 10.00 15.00 5.00 19.50 16.38 11.53 43.00 13.80 5.90 70.00 20.00 70.00 7.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 4.00 1,188.25 8,915.22 21.88 10.88 ' 83.78 373.50 14.34 209.65 31.70 45.26 346.50 316.47 279.24 373.28 37.96 37.33 12.15 60.30 33.90 15.00 Richmond Trk Lines, rent Payroll, salaries Willlamsburc Township D. I. Goodwill, tele, exp $ Payroll, salaries 36.00 150.00 3.50 201.60 (First Published January 16, 1963) (Last Published January 23, 19631 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING TO BE HELD FOR THE FRANKLIN COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT To all occupiers of land lying within the boundaries of the Franklin County Soil Conservation District, notice is hereby given that pursuant to Chapter 5, laws 1949. on the 30th day of January, 1963 at 11:00 a.m. an annual meeting of the Franklin County Soil Conservation District will be held at the Municipal Auditorium, Ottawa, Kansas. At the above meeting the agenda shall include the following business items. ONE The Supervisors of the Franklin County Soil Conservation District shall make full and due report of their activities and financial affairs since the last annual meeting. TWO They shall conduct an election by secret ballot of the land occupiers there present of one supervisor to succeed Bernard Fischer. The newly elected Supervisor shall hold office for a term of three years from the date of said meeting. The present incumbent or any other land occupier is eligible for nomination to the office of Supervisor. All persons, who hold title to or are in possession of any agricultural land lying within the boundaries of said districts whether as renters, lessees, tenants or otherwise are eligible to vote in said election. Only such persons are eligible to vote. All in Franklin County and all in State of Kansas Franklin County Soil Conservation District By Leslie C. Hunter, Chairman Attest: Victor Warren Secretary Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -PayCash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by S p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word 6c 3 insertions per word 15c 6 insertions per word 24c 12 insertions per word 45c 26 insertions per word 90c Cash minimum 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 2 insertions no change .. $1.50 Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks Thank you for the many card! we received. The death of husband and father Clinton Peterson. — Signed: Mrs. Clinton Peterson and Family. (First Published January 23, 1963) (Last Published February 6. 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In the Probate Court of said County and State In the Matter of the Estate of B. Floyd Carter, aka Benjamin F. Carter, deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansas to the creditors, heirs, and all others who may be concerned In the Estate of B. Floyd Carter, aka Benjamin F. Carter, deceased: You are hereby notified that Mildred M. Higdon was appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the Estate of B. Floyd Carter, aka Benjamin F. Carter, deceased, on the 18th day of January, 1963; that all creditors must exhibit their demands against said Estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by law; and that if their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. Dated at Ottawa, Franklin County. Kansas, this 21st day of January, 1963. Mildred M. Higdon Administratrix Myron 8. Steere Attorney for Administrator We wish to thank all the friends and neighbors who have been so kind, thoughtful and helpful during the illness and death of our husband and father. The flowers, calls and expression of sympathy have been truly comforting. — Mrs. J. C. Ashcraft; Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Lanning; Mrs. A. E. Ashcraft; Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ashcraft. Notices —9 TOTAL .. .. $17,060.49 4.44 6.91 17.71 25.00 33.43 8.79 2.62 38.84 4.25 1,190.55 72.41 48.83 Medical Supply Co., sup. Mobil Oil Co., purchases . Prof. Pharmacy, supplies Ransom Me. Hosp., same School Spe. Sup., same .. Rosalie Osburn, expenses Aria Lickteig, same Dr. J. R. Henning, same . Vickers Pet., purchases . Payroll, salaries Didde Of. Sup., supplies .. Fanray-Parlam, same .. TOTAL $ 1,453.78 County Home for Afed Carey's, parts li repairs —$ 409.73 M. E. Tankersley, rprs 260.57 TOTAL » «'" ) -30 Special Auto Almeda Sinclair, postage ...» 2.84 Almeda Sinclair, treas. fee . 450.00 Payroll, salaries 320.00 TOTAL $ 6W.84 Noxious Weed Floyd Higdon, mile t Rollie Thompson, same .. Almeda Sinclair, truck tags.. Woodbury Chemical, sup. ... Fr. Co. Highway, fuel (First Published January 23, 1963) .(Last Published February 6, 1963) In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of William F. Pearson, Deceased No. 10-934 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 James J. Chandler, administrator of the estate of William F. Pearson, deceased, praying for an order for the sale of the following described real estate belonging to said estate for the purpose of paying the debts of said estate and taxes and expense of administration, to-wit: An equity in the following tract of land: Lots 34, 36 and 38, Block 4, Park Place Addition to the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 15th day of February, 1963, at 10:00 o'clock, a.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. James J. Chandler, Administrator Estate of William F. Pearson, deceased. Anderson & Byrd Attorneys for Administrator I.O.O.F. Ottawa Lodge No. 24 Thursday, 7:30 P.M. N. G. — Julius Raffelock 37.17 6.93 15.00 167.20 12.25 5.96 525.0V) 1,787.00 Didde Office Sup., supplies Payroll, salaries Cannady Supply, sprayer ... . TOTAL * 2,556.51 Hospital Fund Ransom Hospital, no-fd wrt. $10,375.00 Franklin County Hifhway Dept. Harry Smith Auto Sup., sup..$ 44.80 W. E. Bitts, posts Brown's Hwdr., supplies .... Contractors Supply, same ... Monroe Mach. Co* maint. .. Robertson Mtr. Co., sup Sinclair Ref. Co., same .. .. Whelen's Inc., supplies .. .. Allied Oil & Sup., Inc., sup. . W. E. Bltts, posts Carey Plumbing, plumbing .. Cannady Supply, sup City Wtr. & Lgt., service .... Contractors Supply, «up Crane & Co., Inc., same .. .. Ralph Curtis, right-of-way .. Whelen's, Inc., supplies .. Funkhouser Mach. Co., pti . Didde office Supply, sup. ... Orvil Flager, right-of-way .. P. E. Graves, right-of-way . Hubbard Lmbr. Co., sup. ... 7.50 12.05 170.17 46.00 12.25 192.00 9.30 67.20 5.00 1,077.22 497.10 22,05 15.12 17.00 299.25 35.00 Hughes Auto, parts J. B. Huston, right-of-way .. Johnson Oil Co., supplies ... Kaw Lmbr. Co., lumber .... Lockwood Co., Inc., sup Martin Tractor, parts Ben Miller, right-of-way .. . Minnlck Motor Co., parts ... Moores, parts C. Nauman Lbr. Co., planks. Newlin Mach. Copr., parts .. N. Kansas Tele. Co., prints . Ottawa Co-Op Assn., gas ... Ottawa Blue Print, prints .. Ottawa Hardware, sup Ottawa Lmbr. Co., same .... Penny's Ready Mis, cncrt. .. D. O. Richards Co., supplies. 2(2.15 3.40 84.93 141.00 7.26 66.06 23.20 26.20 1,089.80 16.58 640.47 127.80 4.35 2.28 5.00 60.57 15.00 233.82 29.88 36.12 383.83 1,305.45 38.38 Ottawa Shrine No. 19 Order Of The White Shrine of Jerusalem. Stated meeting Thursday, Jan. 24 at 7:30. Honoring Supreme District Chairman. Social hour, entertainment by Barefoot 4 Quartet. Pictures will be shown. Formals please. Calista Roth - W.H.P. Isabelle Jacobson — W.S. Mark Your Calendar for Ottawa Co-op NEIGHBOR NIGHT MONDAY February ! 8th 8:00 P.M. Municipal Auditorium SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—40. Ottawa RFD 1 franklin County Sale Company Even North Ottawa on Highway 59 Jan. 25 — Mrs. Lee Perkins Farm Sale 3 miles East of Richmond, Kas., 10 a.m. Jan. 29 — Vernon Fitzgerald closing out Dairy & Farm Machinery, 2 miles East & 4 miles South Pomona, Kas. Feb. 12 — Kenneth Coffman Farm Sale 3Vi miles West of LeLoup, Kas., or 7 miles Northeast of Ottawa, Kas., 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbroos Livestock Sale, Ovtrbrook. Kansas Brery Wednesday every Friday - Allen County U*» stock Adfltion Oa« City Kansas. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community Mctloo every rueia»» night 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Tnirsdai night 113C N Main Jan. 26 — Carl Thompson, 1109 N. Oak, Ottawa, 2 p.m., 6 room modern house & 4 lots. Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas Jan. 30 — A. E. Hancock, Farm Sale 4 miles south Ottawa Highway 59 to Rock Creek School, 2V« miles east. Feb. 5 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Neosho Livestock Comm. Neosho, Mo. Co., Feb. 7 — Mr, and Mrs. Melvln Ho- herts Household' goods, cust, Ottawa, Kansas, UO 8. Lo- Male Help Wanted —19 GROCERY wants young man with some grocery experience — steady work - good pay-Write Box 123 Ottawa - stating age, experience and salary wanted. Replies Confidential. $100.00 PER WEEK - for the man who qualifies for this job. 22 - 40. Married. Neat. Good work record essential. Combination Service — Sales, Delivery. — Write Box No. E64, c-o Ottawa Herald. Men and Women Wanted —23 ACCOUNTANT — Experienced in income taxes. Salary and bonus. Excellent opportunity. Part time — CH 2-4224, H & R Block. Female Help Wanted —24 WOMAN for permanent secretarial position with established film, short hand required; age 30-50 preferably; Top wages; paid vacation Write Box F-64 c-o Ottawa Herald. General Services —29 KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter CH 2-3C59 BABYSITTING - My home. CH 2-2497. References. WANTED - Hedge Row Cut for share of posts. — Phone CH 2-1018. STEAMING, PAPERING, PainT ing. — Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3268.

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