THB OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Feb. 14, 1963 News Briefs Rev. George Smith, who will become a missionary in Mexico in the near future, will be the speaker at a meeting at Calvary Baptist Church this evening at 7:45. He has been pastor of a church in Iowa until recently. Mrs. Smith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Studebaker of Ottawa. Teenage Ballroom, Feb. 18th 7 p.m. IOOF Hall, Bernhardt's. Adv. Dr. Roy W. Browning of Ottawa University this week is attending meetings of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education at Chicago. He also will attend sessions of other educational organizations convening at the same time. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv The Women of Martin Hall, Ottawa University, have extended an invitation to the public to attend an open house from 2 to 4 Sunday afternoon, Feb. 17. Sp-4 Jim Adcock, who has been serving in Germany with the Army for two years, has served his enlistment and has returned to Ottawa. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Adcock, 934 Lincoln. Deaths MRS. MARY E. ANDERSON Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Anderson, 90, 110 N. Locust, died Wednesday at 1:40 p.m. in Ransom Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for a week. She had been in failing health several years. Services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in Towner's Chapel. Rev Ned M. Roberts will officiate Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Mrs. Anderson was born March 11, 1872, at Terra Haute, Ind. and lived all her life in El Dorado and Ottawa. In 1890, in Ottawa, she was married to Lewis Anderson who died in 1960. She was a member of the Christian Church. Surviving are three daughters Mrs. Marie Johnston, Wichita; Mrs. Julia Berg, 110 N. Locust; and Mrs. Eva Elevens, Neode sha; three sons, William am John, El Dorado; and Hollis Wichita; 27 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren, eight great great-grandchildren, one brother Frank Poole, Ottawa; and three sisters, Mrs. Minnie Clemens Mrs. Dora Martin and Mrs. Dave Burgoon, Ottawa. Three children Bessie, George and Hank, are de ceased. Set On Driving Charges Jesse G. Doudna, 724 S. Sycamore, entered a plea of not guilty in police court this morning 0 charges of driving while ntoxicated or under the influence 1 drugs and driving with an open wttle accessible to the driver. Doudna's trail was set for March 1. He posted $300 bond. A fine of $125 was assessed Cenneth Griffin, 601 Willow, after he pleaded .guilty to charges if driving while intoxicated or un- ler the influence of drugs, reek- ess driving and driving without a valid driver's license. A $10 ine was suspended on the driver's license charge and a 30- day sentence was suspended on he drunken driving charge. Vincent P. Quitugua, Gardner, )leaded guilty to a charge of driving with an open bottle accessible to the driver. He paid a fine of $40. The trial of Leroy P. Martin, Iowa Falls, Iowa, was continued to March 7 today. Martin is charged with driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs, reckless driving and speeding 40 in a 20-mile zone. John B. Jackson, Clinton, Mo., Forfeited $100 on charges of gross lewdness and lascivious indecency. Frankie L. Morgan, 831 S. Cedar, was fined $50 today on a charge of being drunk in public He was committed to jail when it was learned he was unable to pay the fine. Hazel Yerkes, 636 N. Mulberry, pleaded quilty to a petty larceny $50. charge and was fined Success Is Unlikely Push For 4 Lanes South From Ottawa TOPEKA (AP)-A delegation of 150 southeast Kansans appeared before the Highway Commission Wednesday to ask for a 'our-lane highway from Ottawa south to the Oklahoma line. Plans for the interstate highway, initiated under the Docking administration, were rescinded recently by the commission in favor of a plan to extend Interstate 35 from Ottawa to Emporia. The commission said it took this action to obtain 90 per cent Federal money for construction of a bypass around Emporia to relieve traffic conditions in the town. Otherwise, half the cost of the bypass would be paid by the state. Spokesmen for the delegation assailed the Ottawa-Emporia link as a ridiculous duplication of the Kansas Turnpike which connects Kansas City and Emporia via Topeka. The commission indicated, however, that there was little chance it would drop the Ottawa-Emporia link. The commission said the delegation should start backing construction of a four-lane highway south from Ottawa within the regular state program instead of seeking inclusion in the interstate system. Jack Goodrich, former highway commissioner from.Parsons, said approval of the Ottawa-Emporia link on the excuse of constructing an Emporia bypass would be "perpetration of a fraud upon a large segment of the people of Kansas, the United States Bureau of Public Roads, and upon the bondholders of the Kansas Turnpike Authority." The contention was that both roads would serve the same traffic corridor and that revenue would be drained from the Kansas Turnpike. Goodrich said if the commission promises a four-lane highway south from Ottawa within the state program, the delegation would withdraw its request for an interstate designation on the route. Included in the delegation were residents of Chanute, Humboldt, Neodesha, Independence, lola, Garnett, Fredonia, St. Paul, Parsons, Erie and Howard. Resolutions urging an Ottawa south route were submitted from Parsons and Bartlesville, Okla. Funerals OMVER J. ERJVZEN Services for Oliver J. Ernzen were conducted from the St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Chanute, Feb. 12. Rev. Peter Finigan officiated. Pallbearers were Don Lamont, Bill Bogard, Jack Morrison, George Shader, Ralph Armstrong, Carl Terry, Bill Mallens and Bob McDaniels. Burial was in St. Patricks Cemetery. Rosary was recited by Father Henry Beier from Dengel & Son Mortuary ?«b. 10. Legato Personals —14, General Services —29 Discuss Swimming Pool Needs And Possibilities (First Published February 7, 1983) (Last Published February 31, 1)63) In The Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Claude Smith, deceased. Mo. 10-798 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to all Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in said Court by George Qraham, as executor of the above estate, praying for a final settlement of said estate, for the settle- merit and allowance of his account as executor thereof, for compensation for his services as executor and for the services of his attorney, for a decree of said Court adjudging who are the heirs of the decedent, for the assignment of the assets of said estate by decree of said Court to those entitled thereto, and for all other proper relief, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 4th day of March, 1863, 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. George Graham Executor Willis H. McQueary Osawatomie, Kansas Attorney for Executor ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Write BOJ 281. Ottaw^ Kansu - Phone CH 2-4120. Instruction Observes Anniversary A fellowship supper was helc last night in observance of the 34th anniversary of Troop 77, Boy Scouts. The supper and program were held in the 1st Methodist Church. A program was presented by the Scouts, and a number of awards were made. Tenderfoot badges were presented Dennis Hartpence, Mike Hashman and Max Wadkins. Second class badge went to Frank Honn. Merit badges were presented David Adamson, Jim Ogg, Jim Cook, Dennis Cook and Richard Hughes. Star badge was presented to Dennis Cook, and life badge to Albert Ralston. About 175 persons attended. Ottawa's Forest Park swimming pool, and its future, came in for considerable discussion at the meeting of the city commissioners last night. Present for the discussion were several members of the special parks committee of Ottawa, as well as representatives of an engineering firm that specializes in designing and building swimming pools. Park committee members present were Al Knoeppel, Owen Shofner, Robert Killough, Hank Gilroy, Dwight Haworth and Don Komhaus. The engineering firm represented the Pascal P. Paddock, Engineers, Oklahoma City, Okla. The firm designs swimming pools and also is in the construction work on pools, but frequently designs pools that are built by other firms. The discussion on the pool was general in nature, since the city officials and parks committee members are now in the study phase of the subject trying to determine whether to repair the present pool, build a new one in the same location, or build a new one at another location. The engineering firm representative said it would be im- x>ssible to pin down a cost fig- ire on either of the plans, since lis firm has not inspected the forest Park pool thoroughly. He stated also that there is a wide range of price figures on swimming pools, the cost depending much on the type of pool constructed, its refinements, etc. For example, he said, a pool with tile to the water line would cost a different amount than one without tile to the water line, and a >athhouse of reinforced concrete would be entirely different in cost than one constructed of concrete blocks. He stated that in visualizing the cost of a new pool, the city should keep in mind that it is dealing with a project which would cost in the range of ?130,000 to $200,000. He said the present pool, he relieves, could be repaired and brought up to good shape for continued use for many years at a saving as compared with the cost of a new pool, but that the expenditure would run from $80,000 to more than $100,000. The subject is to be given more study before a decision is made. Forest Park pool was built 40 or more years ago. Hospital Notes Admissions . Mrs. Isabelle Suffron, Crestview; Miss Mary Marshall, Guardian Angel Home, 803 S. Main, yesterday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Billy R. Rose, Quenemo, son, Thursday, weight, 7 Ib., 9 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Cecil Kohler and baby son, Lawrence; Mrs. Randolph Bundy, 902 S. Main, Wednesday Mrs. Norman Moore and baby son, 719 Cypress; James R. Hogue, Pomona, Thursday. CONLEY — Funeral Services for Sidney Howard Conley will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Friday from Towner's Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Evergreen Mound Cemetery. ANDERSON - Funeral Services for Mrs. Mary E. Anderson will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Saturday from Towner's Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Highland Cemetery. PCA Loans Total $7 Million In 6 62 The Ottawa Production Credit Association loaned more than $7,000,000 to farmers in this 8-county area in 1962, George W. Anderson, secretary treasurer, told the 450 people attending yesterday's annual meeting here Anderson told the members and guests that the association has grown progressively since its Founding 29 years ago in 1934 At the end of that year, the association had loaned $89,800 for farm crop and livestock production. Yesterday's meeting, in Memorial Auditorium, included a luncheon,, business session, financial report and a speech by Kenneth Lyon, president of the Federal Intermediate Credit Bank of Wichita. The Monroe Sisters, teenage daughetrs of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Monroe, Harris sang. All the officers of the association were re-elected. The officers are: George Anderson, manager; Charley H. Reynolds, assistant manager; Mrs. Mildred Strain, assistant secretary-treasurer, and Ralph Weinheimer, assistant secretary-treasurer. All the officers live in Ottawa. The five directors also were retained. They are Wilson Counts, Baldwin, president; Ray Teagarden, LaCygne, vice president; Andrew Forbes, Lyndon, director; Clarence E. Lay, Colony, director, and Dan Lickteig, Richmond, director. The office personnel will be the same. The Ottawa Production Credit Association, a farm cooperative, make loans to farmers on crop and livestock production. The association covers eight counties- Franklin, Osage, Miami, Anderson, Douglas, Linn, Coffey and Johnson. The annual association meeting is held on the second Wednesday of February each year. CORRECTION IN TODAY'S AD! en Page 3 10-12 Lb. Armour Star Cooked Semi-Boneless HAMS Whole or Half Should Read Lb. 75c Designate Trafficways An ordinance was placed on irst reading by the city commissioners last night which calls 'or designating portions of 2nd, 3rd and 4th Streets as main traf- ficways. The portions of the streets are Between Hickory and Cedar and Between Walnut and Locust Streets, thus extending the main trafficway" designation on these three streets an additional block east and west of Main Street. This is the first step that will eventually lead to the widening of these portions of the streets. * * * Injured Horseman Gets $2,650 Odaus Jones, Garnett, was awarded $2,650 damages in the Anderson County District Court yesterday for personal injuries suffered in a truck-horse acci dent. The Southwest Freight Com' SELECT THE CAREER YOU WANT IN ELECTRONICS Aero-Space. Automation. Computers. Industrial. Radio • TV Broadcasting Communications. Drafting. Home Servicing. Many Others. Then investigate the ACCREDITED preparatory courses offered by Central Technical Institute of Kansas City, Missouri. Resident study for degree or up - to - date home training. Tuition may be financed. Minimum academic requirements. No age limit. Placement service for graduates. Demand for Central graduates at all time high. If you want to enter America's fastest growing industry, see Mr. Dorsch at Radio Station KOFO Sat., Feb. 16, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., or call Cherry 2-1220. MACHINE Quilting, |3.75 special CH 2-5299. 619 Cleveland. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section MeCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 34254 WIRING' CH 24931 FAST Same Day Service Orders placed Before 11:30 A.M. Read for Pickup 6:00 P.M. Sears & Roebuck Co. CH 2-2820 Livestock —84 40 HEAD SHOATS - Melvin Stockard. Princeton, YE 7-2130. FOR SALE 5W head 40 Ib. feeder Shoats Lamar Forrer, Princeton, YE 7-2226. Male Help Wanted —19 WANTED—Experienced Mechanic with GM Training. Must have reference.—Olson Brothers Pontiac and Buick, Burlington, Kansas. Rezoning Approved The Ottawa city commissioners last night passed an ordinance which rezones an area along South Main Street from general business classification to apartment classification. The area is between 13th and 15th along the west side of Main Street and extending west to the Santa Fe railroad right- of-way. The area is re-zoned except for a small tract at the southwest corner which is occupied by the city water tower. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans ...•• 2.43 Shelled Corn 1.13 Ear Corn 1.08 pany, Inc., and others were defendants. Jones claimed he suffered personal injuries when a freight company truck collided with the horse he was riding on the Pottawatomie Creek bridge north of Garnett last year. The horse was killed in the incident. Maynard Askins, owner of the horse, has filed suit against the trucking firm to recover the value of the horse. District Judge Floyd Coffman, Ottawa, presided over the Jones case. Milo .. Barley Oats . 1.73 1.08 .81 Rye 1.00 Butterfat 47, 42 20c .. 32c, 25c, 20c N Eggs Grade Eggs Hens KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 1,700; calves 1(W; steady; good steers 22.00 - 23.00; cows 14.0015.00; good and choice vealers 23.00-27.00. Hogs 2,500; all classes steady to 25 lower; 1-3 190-250 Ib 15.00-5J; sows 1-3 280-100 Ib 13.50-14.00. Sheep 300; good to choice lambs steady at 16.50-17.50; ewes 5.506.60 (First Published February 13, 1963) (Last Published February 19, 1963) RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE MASSASOIT STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF HICKORY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF CEDAR STREET ' WHEREAS: The Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas deems it necessary to widen and otherwise Improve Massa- soil Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, in the City of Ottawa, Kansas. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- solved by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: Section 1. That it is necessary to widen and otherwise improve Massasoit Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street in the City of Ottawa, Kansas. Section 2. That such widening and improvement shall be to remove the existing curb and gutter and to add a 20-ft. wide strip of concrete pavement • to each side of the existing street, said concrete pavement to be an average thickness of 6'/a inches and plain concrete, including monolithic curb and gutter. All in accordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of the City Clerk, and that the Governing Body does hereby declare such work and improvement necessary to be done and that special assessments shall be levied to pay for the same. Section 3. This resolution Is passed under authority of G.S. Kansas 1949, Chapter 12, Article 6, which Article contains the general paving law and related provisions. The foregoing Resolution was duly passed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas this 6th day of February, 1963. Charles Williamson, Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper, City Clerk Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10%-Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 5 p.m. Day Before Publication — 5 line Ads accepted up to 9:30 a.m. day of publication 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 Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount. Blind Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available EASTERN MFGR has opening for local man to 37 to service established customers. Guarantee plus commission plus bonus. All replies confidential. — Write Box No. N-64, c-o Ottawa Herald. FOR 3 OR 4 CALVES will trade 1951 Chevrolet sedan, Power- Glide, Good. CH 2-2439. YOUNG REGISTERED Angus Bulls — Jim Parks, Pomona, 566-3486. REGISTERED HEREFORD bulls. Service age. Priced right. — Bill Ransom, Williamsburg, Ks. FOR SALE — 20 Yorkshire Feeder Pigs — 1% miles west of the Waverly City Park. PE 32347. Men and Women Wanted —28 'WANTED - Man and wife as . operator and line man for Fontana Telephone Co., Fontana, Kansas by March 1. Contact Burl Kettler, Secretary, RFD 5, Paola, Kansas. Phone Fontana 4215." Female Help Wanted —24 NOW AVAILABLE — An opening with Avon Products, in Princeton. - Write Nell Westall, Box 728, Emporia, Kansas. SEWERS WANTED immediately Work at home doing simple sewing. We supply materials and pay shipping both ways. Good rate of pay. Piece work. Apply, Dept. AD 657 Box 7010, Adelaide Post Office, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. FOR SALE — Registered year- b'ng Angus bull. Bardoliermere Breeding. M. E. Kochenouer, Princeton. Farm Equipment —85 General Services —29 CRANE PLUMBING Fixtures. Underwood Plbg., CH 2-1264. BABYSITTING my home. CH 22497. References. VENETIAN BLINDS - Rebuilt, Repaired — CH 2-2817. Our Display Room is more than adequately stocked to give you the broadest choice of style, price and value, with selections to meet every desire for appearance and beauty. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter CH 2-3659 FOR SALE — Round stock tank with hog waterers, 2 metal hog feeders, 2 good feed bunks, 1 metal hayrack 18 ft. Herb Bishop. You're Invited!! Friday, Feb. 15 AAcConnell Machinery Co. Wellsville, Ks. Allis Chalmers Day Lunch 12:00 Coffee served all day Special On Used Machinery Friday & Saturday 15th & 16tfc STEAMING, PAPERING, Painting. — Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3288. HENRY SWANK Well Drilling and Cleaning. New and Used Pumps Installed, Repaired. Route 1, Princeton, Kansas YE 7-2651, YE 7-2341. DEAD ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call colled Ottawa CH 2-1064. Seeds, Feeds, Fert. —36 FOR SALE - Alafalfa Hay CH 2-9728. E. K. Pennington. FOR SALE Alfalfa hay, 90 bales CH 2-2140. FOR SALE — Good leafy al- flafa, will Evenings. deliver. Ch 2-5699 Farm Equipment —35 Farm Equipment —35 Notices —9 PETER K. PAPPS Constable. I am able to collect bills and bad checks, Serve Summons of all kinds, 911 E. 7th. Phone CH 2-1424. SALE DATES Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Bale, Ov.rbrooi Kansas Over; Wednesday Every Friday - Allen County Uv» itoek Adntion ClM CltT Kansas. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every ruesa»> night 7 p.m., 113« N. Main. Community gale every Tbwitej nlfbt, 113* N. Uatn. Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas Feb. 19 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. Feb. 25 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Lawrence Livestock Commission Co., East llth Street, Lawrence, Kaa. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—M. Ottawa RFD i Franklin County Bale Company Ihr.n North Ottaw* on Highway (9 Feb. 14—Floyd Cartel Esi., 4Vi milei Northwest of Lane, KM,, l p.m. To Reduce Our Inventory Of Used and Shop-Worn New Machinery. We are offering at Public Auction The Following Machinery on Tuesday, February 19 beginning at 12:30 P.M. TRACTORS — fflC Farmalls including a 1956 400; Olivers; Masseys; DC Case; 1957 John Deere 420; Ferguson; John Deere A with cult. BALERS — New Hollands; Case; Olivers. MOWERS — Several including Allis mounted; Massey No. 6. RAKES — Several side delivery rakes. PLANTERS - DRILLS — Both plain and fertilizer, including a new Dempster 17'7" drill with fertilizer attachment. MANURE SPREADERS — John Deere and IHC spreaders. BALE LOADERS — 2 new loaders. DISKS AND PLOWS — Allis; IHC; Case; J.D.; Ferguson; etc. CROP CHOPPERS— New Holland No. 33; Lundell. FORAGE HARVESTERS — Allis; IHC; Case. FORAGE WAGON — Nearly new with bunk feeder and 20-ply airplane tires. COMBINE — Oliver 12-ft. SP, rebuilt; John Deere 45 'SP, rebuilt; Massey Clipper; Allis 66; Ford Dearborn; and several others. PICKUPS — 1957 IHC %-ton with 4-speed transmission; Dodge V Several corn pickers; John Deere corn shelter, nearly new; also feed grinder; and other items too numerous to mention. Sale to be held % mile South of Ottawa on Highway 59. OTTAWA FARM IMPLEMENT Co., Inc. "Where Farming Begins"
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