The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 20, 1963 · Page 10
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, February 20, 1963
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M THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Feb. 20, 1963 Briefs Brace T. Kirkland left today for Pico Rivera, Calif. He came to Ottawa for funeral services of his father, Grant E. Kirkland, blind. adv. Well Child clinic will be held from 9:30 to noon, Friday, in the Co-Op building. For appointments call CH 2-3929. Register now for $169.95 Motorola Console Stereo given Thursday Feb. 28th. No obligation. Register now! Gambles Store. Adv. The Kansas State Highway Department has filed a condemnation action in District Court to obtain a stretch of right of way on K68 south of Wellsville. Plastering, patch plastering, Hospital Notes Admissions Henry Fishburn, Overbrook; Darl Manlove, Garnett; Fred J. Jones, 123 S. Cedar; Mrs. John Schendel, Eudora, Tuesday. Scott Tedrow, 803 N. Poplar; W. A. "Bill" Swift, 616 Ash, Wednesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Miller, 622 S. Locust, son, Tuesday, weight, 10 Ib. Dismissals . Forest Price, Richmond; Mrs. Maggie Lucas, 737 King, Tues- 823 Olive; Mrs. Mary Marshall, Guardian Angel nursing home, Wednesday. Monday. Ruhamah Baptist Church wUl day. Mrs. Sherrel Ralston have a sausage & pancake supper at the church 1 mi. S., 2 mi. W. of Rantoul on Fri. Eve., Feb. 22. Serv. starts at 5:30, 50 cents per person. Adv. Among out of town relatives attending services for Grant E. Kirkland, Monday, were Mr. and Mrs. Lape Kreutzer, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kreutzer and Mr. and Mrs. George Kirkendoll, Falls City, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kreutzer, Leavenworth; Mr. and Mrs. John W. Jones, Hiawatha; and Mr. and Mrs. Olan Holmes and daughter, Wichita. In lieu of flowers, Mrs. Louise Welsch suggests donations to the stuccoing, estimates. CH 2-3518. j r e e Adv. Peoria-Cole community club will have a truth or consequences type of program at the meeting Friday night at Cole School. Patrons are asked to bring pies for refreshments. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Hawkins Community Club will have talent night at the meeting Friday at 8 p.m. Patrons are asked to bring cup cakes for refreshments. New Signal For Ottawa Policemen A large red light has been placed on top of a utility pole on the northwest corner of the courthouse square to signal city police who are out of patrol cars or out of reach of a patrol car radio. Police Chief E. W. Flaherty said the light will be turned on to summon the meter officer and other policemen to the station when they are needed for other assignments or special duties. Flaherty said about seven small red bulbs were scattered over the city in the days before radio equipment was installed in cars. The lights were used to notify officers to call headquarters to answer emergencies. Before the time of radio equipment there was no fulltime dispatcher at headquarters. When officers were called away they would lock up the station and leave, Flaherty said. If a call came in while the policemen were gone, an operator would ask the nature of the call and turn on the lights from a central switch to notify the officers to phone the station. The present light is the only one in the city now. Flaherty said it will be useful to signal officers on the street and save valuable time in getting them to headquarters when emergencies arise. Can Buy Pancake Tickets Tickets are still on sale for the Ottawa High Junior Class Pancake Festival Saturday, Feb. 23, members of the class said today. The tickets may be bought from any member of the class or at the door of Memorial Auditorium where the festival will be held. The class hopes to make enough money from the pancake feed to finance this year's Junior-Senior Prom in May without further fund - raising campaigns. The tickets cost 50 cents. Pancakes will be served at the auditorium from 7 to 9 Saturday morning and at 11 through the noon hour until 2. At 5 serving will start again and continue until 8. Deaths New Labor Problem Brewing MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)-A new labor trouble area opened today with word that the telephone workers' union plans a drive to win substantial benefit gains from the Bell System's $4-billion pension reserve. Joseph A. Beirne, president of the AFL-CIO Communications Workers of America, said, "We've decided to go the limit" in 1963 labor contract negotiations to improve pensions payable to about 400,000 employes of the American Telephone and Telegraph Co., a Bell Telephone affiliate. Beirne told a reporter, "The average actual pension being received by our 69,000 retirees is $78 a month. That's ridiculously low for a $25-billion corporation with a $4-billion pension fund." Deer Claim Right Of Way Mrs. Albert Hamm, Ottawa RFD 4, wasn't deer hunting the other night, but she found three of the animals. Enroute home after a work shift at Ransom Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Hamm had to chase the deer off a road northeast ol Ottawa. She said she stopped the car when she saw something in the road. As she was trying to chase the animal with her car horn and by waving a flashlight, two others joined it. She said she finally "cleared the road" by driving her car slow ly toward the animals. Quality MONUMENTS call Stewart Memorials across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 HIATT — Funeral Service for Jonathan E. Hiatt will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2:00 p.m. Thursday. Interment in Welda, Kansas. WELSCH — Funeral Service for 'Jim' Welsch will be conducted from Sacred Heart Church Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. Rosary will be recited at Towner's Chapel Friday Evening at 8:00 p.m. Interment in St. John's Cemetery, Home wood, Kansas. {ToUmrr's < M \ Won't Be Mild Much Longer TOPEKA (AP)-New cold ai will put a sudden end to recen mild temperatures with ligh snow possible in northern sec tions of the state tonight. The new cold weather will in elude northerly winds of' 15-2 miles an hour with clouds over most of the state. Plan Soap Box Derby Ottawans interested in a Soap Jox Derby program in this city re asked to attend a meeting t 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the 'irst Methodist Church basement. Clarence Higdon is chairman f a committee of the Jaycees ho are interested in co-sponsor- ng such a program. Moore's Chevrolet would help sponsor the vent, since the National Derby irogram is a Chevrolet project. Plans are to conduct an Ottawa Derby with an eye to send- ng a winner into higher levels f the race. OTIS BURNETT Otis Burnett, 59, 746 S. Cherry, a farmer and stockman, died at his home yesterday at 8:45 p.m. He had been ill since Jan. 1. He was born April 9, 1903, near Garnett and moved here 57 years ago with his parents, Lewis and Lottie P. Burnett. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Toumberlin and Mrs. Ruth Moore, Ottawa, and Mrs. Katie Langon and Mrs. Pattie Crawford, De Soto; four sons, Otis M., Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.; Roy R. Philadelphia, Pa.; Bobby, Westminster, Colo., and Bilhe Burnett, Ottawa; 33 grandchildren, his mother, Mrs. Lottie P. Elliott, Ottawa, and a brother, Roy A. Burnett, San Jose, Calif. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Dengel & Son Mortuary. JAMES R. NICHOLS Services for James R. Nichols 57, 105 E. 41st, Kansas City, were held today at Newcomer Chapel with burial in Forest Hill Cemetery. He died Feb. 18 in St. Mary's Hospital. His widow is the former Fernleaf Mall from Ottawa. He was born at Scammon and lived in Kansas City 18 years. He worked for Black, Sivalls & Bryson, Inc. Other survivors include a son, Renny R. Nichols, of the home, and two brothers. Funerals RANT E. KIRKLAND Services for Grant E. Kirkland, vho died Feb. 14, were at Dengel & Son Mortuary Feb. 18. Rev. Ned H. Roberts officiated. Pallbearers ivere Lee Arb, Merle Fleming, 'red Mealman, Luther Stevens, Don E. and Olin W. Waymire. Albert J. Williams sang hymns ac- •ompanied by Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Imployees of Hill House attended n a group. Ask Written Proposal On Parking Proponents of an off-street parking lot on the Franklin County ourthouse lawn today were asked by the county commission to repare a written proposal. And a member of the 6-man elegation of businessmen who ailed on the commissioners this morning said the proposal would 3e prepared. The delegation rep- esents the Ottawa Chamber of ommerce which has been ex- loring with the city and county ommissioners possibilities of ad- itional off-street parking. The proposal for use of the ourthouse land has been discuss- d for some time. There was no mention of what area on the ourthouse lawn is under consid- ration. HAROLD E. TAYLOR Services for Harold E. Taylor, ivho died Feb. 16, were at Dengel & Son Mortuary Feb. 19. Rev. Carles P. Knight officiated. Pall- rearers were Chet Loomis, Margin White, Francis Pauler, Har- r ey Martin, Harry Gilliland and loy L. Stevens. Honorary pall- >earers were Ray Carey, Lyle Enyart, Tom Porter Bruce Wel:on, Phil McCracken and S. C. Christerson. Dean Zook sang lymns accompanied by Mrs. R. I Stevens. Burial was in High- and Cemetery. Attending in groups were members of the signal department of the Santa Fe railroad, eastern division; and of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. DAVID L. McGEE Services for David L. McGee, who died Feb. 17, were at Dengel & Son Mortuary Feb. 20. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Pallbearers were Leo Logan, Harry Loyd, Frank Brooks, Glen Hardesty, Roy N. Batdorf and George W. Griffin. C. Jay Milton sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Burial was in Hope Cemetery. Members of VFW Auxiliary attended in a group. Among Mr. McGee's survivors are two daughters and three granddaughters. Friday Meat Day For Catholics Roman Catholics of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas have been granted a dispensation by Most Rev. Edward Hunkler, archbishop, allowing them to eat meat Friday, Feb. 22. since that day is Washington's Birthday and a holiday. Dispensations from Friday ab- stinance are often given by bishops when national holidays fall on Friday. Such dispensations also may be granted by parish priests in such cases as illness. Ottawa and Franklin County are in the Archdiocese of Kansas City. City Driver In Collision Cars driven by Carolyn Fredricks, 431 S. Locust, and Richard Arndorff, 1001 E. 7th, were involved in an accident near the Main-Tecumseh intersection about 12:30 yesterday afternoon. Arndorff was going north on Main and the other car was being backed from the curb prior to the accident. Damage to Arndorff's car was estimated at There was no apparent damage to the other vehicle. Arndorff was cited for making an illegal left turn anc being involved in accident. Get Real Relief from the Problem of ,;*» NCOME TAX Suffering from Tax-itii? l«t BLOCK cur* ft in • hurryl We'll tave you a heap of work •nd worry fer a very imall f.« .. . and often saves you money botldeil See BLOCK today! BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE •UASANTII ; Wt tMi-utM MtMraU mMfwIiu •! mry tu rttm*. U •• aiki M> •rrm ttat mt «M any M«lt» tr l.ttrnt n will n»v tkt MMtty •r Ictarot n*[D Nation's Largest lax b|K-ciuusts - 34<i Offices Across the U.S. 2011/2 S. Main Week Days 9-9 p.m—Sat. & Sun. 9-5 — CH Appointment Necessary ( Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberta Lamb Funeral Home Report Tools Are Stolen Thieves broke into a utility Miilding owned by D. K. Kyle, 14 S. Locust, last night and stole ratchet wrench and a set of ockets, police said today. According to investigators en- rance was gained through a hole n the roof of an ajoining building nd a door was broken down to »et into the main building that is ocated in the 400 block on North jOCUSt. The wrench and sockets were ipparently the only articles taken. Kyle is a building contractor. (Published February SO, IMS) In Hie District Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the ftlatter of the Condemnation of land for State Highway purpose*. , NO. aa-aio. PUBLICATION NOTICE TO: J. F. Perdu* jnt M. N. Perdue, 60S N. Bluff, Wichita, KMMI; William Lehmberg, Guardian of J. F. Perdue, c-o McPherion and CltUeni State Bank, McPherion, Kansas; Me- Pherson * Citlieni State Bank, Mc- Pherion, Kansas; Ed Seyler, RFD, Ottawa, Kansas; Jerry Seyler, RPD. 3, Wellsville, Kansas; Haiel B. McCullough and B. T. HcCullough, RFD 3, Wellsville, Kansas; George Dageforde and Elsie K. Dageforde, Bo* 3M, Paola, Kansas; Herbert Downey and Maxine M. Downey, RFD 1, Wellsville, Kansas; Margaret Miller and Ray. F. Miller, RFD 1, Box «*, Olathe, Kansas; Board of County Commissioners of Franklin County, Kansas; Earl L. Richardson, Commissioner, Court House, Ottawa, Kansas ; Cecil Vlnlng, Commissioner, Court House, Ottawa, Kansas; J. H. Button,- Commissioner, Court House, Ottawa, Kansas; Bruce Spears, County Clerk, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, Court House, Ottawa, Kansas: H. R. Williams and Katherlne Williams, 748 Willow, Ottawa, Kansas; Wm. H. Williams and Phyllis Williams, 1026 S. Hickory, Ottawa, Kansas; Mabel Jane Williams, 1433 8. Hickory, Ottawa, Kansas; Don Brewer, Box 587, Lenexa, Kansas; Jess Ball, Wellsville, Kansas; Percy D. Van Horn and Grace Van Horn, RFD 1, Wellsville, Kansas; Don Brewer, Box 587 Lenexa, Kansas; Mona Coffman Benham and Al- vln Benham, 305 E. Quinn, Littleton, Colorado; The Federal Land Bank of Wichita, Wichita, Kansas; Production Credit Association, Ottawa, Kansas. You and each of you are hereby notified that the State Highway Commission of Kansas has Instituted condemnation proceedings In the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas, against certain lands owned by you in Sections 27 and 28, Township 18 South, Range 21 East in Franklin County, Kansas, on Highway 68. The Court has appointed H. E. Dei- Tar, James Alexander and Donald Averlll, three disinterested householders of this county to meet and view the lands taken for the purpose of appraising the land to be taken. Said appraisers will meet at 10:00 o'clock, a m., on the 28th day of March, 1963, at the office of the Clerk of the District Court at Ottawa, Kansas, to make their appraisement and assess damage,, if any. Lost and Found LOST — German Shepherd wearing red collar. — Phone CH * 3010. t Notices FETTER K. PAPPS Constable. I ant able to collect bills and bad checks, Serve Summons of all kinds, 911 E. 7th. Phone CH 2-1424. Tancred Commandry No. 11 K.T. Stated Conclave Thursday, February 21st, 7:30 p.m. Election of officers. Open installation of officers, 8:30 p.m. All Masons and their families Wei* come. Max E. Reneau, Sr. E. C. Gerald B. Harford, Rec. Instruction —18 Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.44 Shelled Corn 1.13 ar Corn 1.08 Hilo • 1.73 Jarley Oats . Rye 1.08 .81 1.00 Butterfat 47, 42 Iggs 20c rade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c Hens .« KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 2,000; calves 50; steady to weak: steers good to choice 22.65-24.5'0; good to low choice heifers 21.0022.50; cows 14.25-16.50; good and low choice vealers 24.00-28.00. Hogs 2,500; strong to 25 higher; 1-3 190-250 Ib barrows and gilts 15.00-65; sows 1-3 275-400 Ib 13.5014.25. Sheep 200; steady; choice and prime wooled lambs 18.00-50; ewe 5.50-7.00. James Alexander Donald Averlll Appraisers Wands Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 9 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 ...... $100 2 insertions no change .. $1 50 Qut of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount Blind Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available Motel Managers Earn Up to $1,000 Monthly Plus Housing Men - Women - Couples urgently needed to learn Motel Management. Short inexpensive course. High School education not necessary. Full or part time training —Age no barrier—Free placement service. For information write MILLER SCHOOLS Box T-64 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. Giving name, address, occupation, age and phone. ' General Services HENRY SWANK Well Drilling ami Cleaning. New and Used .Pumps Installed, Repaired. Route 1, Princeton, Kansas* YE 7-M51. YE 7&41. LET US Help your business by advertising your .service in tiw Ottawa Herald General Service. section McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH J-3254 WIRING CH 8-4931 OTTAWA APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER Repair: All Makes SMALL APPLIANCES Open 9 to 5 130 S. Hickory Livestock —84 FOR SALE — 19 weaning pigs. Wheat Straw. — CH 2-4653. BERKSHIRE Pigs, Forrer, 6 east 1 south of Rockcreek School. IBM ELECTRONIC OPERATORS NEEDED We train men and women, 1845, as IBM Electronic machine •operators and technicians. Full or part time training. High school education not necessary. High earnings. Enroll now for inexpensive course. Free employment service. For full information without obligation, WRITE MILLER SCHOOLS (Automation Division) Box Q-64 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. Give age, address, phone and occupation. Male Help Wanted —19 CALIFORNIA. New Eighty Five Million dollar dam project Year around. Top pay. Send Stamped envelope for "Job News." FHCO, Box 132, Medina, Wash. BURNETT — Funeral Services for Mr. Otis Burnett long time resident who passed away last night are incomplete and will be announced later. Card of Thanks I wish to sincerely thank all my friends, neighbors and relatives for their prayers, cards and calls. And the doctors and nurses for the wonderful care and kindness shown me during my recent stay in Ransom Memorial Hospital. — Don Harbison. 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. FOUR-YEAR old Hereford Bull Calves to show. Kenneth Davis, Williamsburg. REGISTERED Angus Bull, S years old. Mr. J. R. Ewing, RR 1, Hiawatha, Kansas, Phone PI 2-3759. 4 CHOICE Holstein 1st calf heavy springer heifers.—Don Evertson, 1V4 miles North of Melvern. — 549-3530. Farm Equipment —85 FOR SALE Practically new Minneapolis Moline 16 x 7 Grain Drill. 12 miles East of Princeton on John Borwn. Roessner. •1C CAPACITY SILAGE MODEL 30-155 lushd 155 bushel Grein-O-Vator with swivel spout and gear driven elevator control unloads corn ensilage, dry chopped hay, etc., as well as free flowing'material. fltt • )YH I ft] Mlgd IxHNn AMUKMI UK. ». WEST BEND Needs Man for Local Sales on Advertising Work at least high school education A Car Desirable Contract Jim Browning 208 N. Gold, Paola, Kansas Phone AX 4-4086 after 5 p.m. BARNETT SALES CO. CH 2-1984 1610 S. Main Seeds. Feeds. Pert. —86 PRAIRIE HAY for sale. Wir« tied. Call Earl Watts, Quenemo. FOR SALE alfalfa, brome hay. Herbert Johnson, Williams* barg. Salesmen —20 Ph. CH 2-2323 We take this method to express our Thanks and gratitude to everyone who has been so kind to us in the loss of our loved one, Oliver Ernzen. Atlhough words are inadequate to express my feelings to those who sent flowers, food, cards, letters and for your prayers and for all the things that have been done. A special Thanks to the Cities Service Employees, Dr. F. A. Trump, Dr. D. G. Laury and to* all the nurses on Second floor for their untiring effort. I wiU never forget your kindness and may God bless and keep you is our prayer.—Mrs. Johnnie Ernzen, Mrs. Rose Ernzen, Mother), The E. G. Ernzens, The N. F. Ernzens, The A. B. Ernzens, The F. L. Ernzens, The Oliver Irvins. CAREER OPPORTUNITY Examine These First Year Potential Earnings $400 and up for men with no selling, but at least 2 years in the business world. $600 and up for men with at least 2 years experience hi retail or route sales or a minimum of 3 years in public relations, sales promotion, teaching or similar public contact work. $800 and up for men already successful in direct selling. Travel 100 miles radius. Free retirement. Complete training program. Full company fringe benefits. See Earl Smith at the North American Hotel, Feb. 21 between 5 and 7 p.m. FOR SALE—Alafalfa Hay. Square bales, 85c a bale.—C. A. Hobbs, Rantoul, Kansas. Phone 7F4, Rantoul. FOR SALE — Hay Brome, clover, lespedeza, prairie, wheat straw, oat straw. CH 25653. FOR SALE — One Thousand Bushel Oats at farm or could deliver. — Dan Brecheisen, Lyndon, Kansas. Phone 828-4760. Top Dress Wheat and Brome With Liquid Nitrogen Don't put it off! Put it On! Gingerich Liquid Pert. Pomona, Kansas Ph. MO 5-2236 or 566-3590 Misc. For Sale —40 USED Electric Refrigerator. In good working condition, $39.95. Firestone Stores. REAL GOOD Used RefrigeraterT Reasonable; 17-inch portable TV, good condition; 21" Console TV. — CH 2-2410. Call after 5. SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—16 Ottawa RFD 4. Prtnkllr County Snip Company Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway SB. Feb. 35 — Special Stacker ft Feeder Bale Franklin County Bale Barn one mile North of Ottawa on Highway Feb.' 36 — Mrs. Fred Proffet Farm Bale, 4V4 milei East of Ottawa, Kas. on Logan St. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Uveitoet Bale. Overbrook Kama* Bvery Wednesday •very rnda» - AUra County Livestock 4dflUao eta* CUv Kansas. Print) and SOD Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 9-1201 Community aucttoi even ruesaa> night 1 p.m., 11M H. Main. Community lale every Thendai night tut N Male Feb. 33 — H. F. Morris, household goods, S31 N. Hickory, » p.m. Harold Stewart * Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-48M Charles - Lyndon Kansas Feb. W — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Lawrence Livestock Commission Co, East llth Street, Lawrence, Ku. ' Female Help Wanted —24 PART TIME - Some bookkeeping and typing work either half days or 3 days a week. Call Ray Schmidt, Lesh Oil Company. CH 2-3132. TUPPER WARE has opening for 2 part or full time dealers Ottawa and surrounding areas. Write Tip Top Sales, 1400 W. 37th St., Topeka or call Williamsburg 3557 before 8 a.m. General Services —29 GENUINE Jacuzzi Pump Only — Underwood Plbg.. CH 2-1264. MACHINE QUILTING Special 13.75 — CH 2-5209. 619 Cleveland. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter CH 2-3659' STEAMING, PAPERING. Painting. — Conrad's Painter* CH 2-3288 PAPER hanging $1 double roll. Tearing off paper, fixing cracks and border free. CH 2-2805. WATER WELLS and Cisterns Dug and Cleaned, 35 years experience, Phone Jack Bell — Spring Hill, Kansas. 686-3647. DEAE ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call colled Ottawa CH J-lKi WISCONSIN 26 H.P. Motor. Clutch, gear box. Perfect for Field Cutters, Blowers, Grinders, Ditchers. No hours. % price. — CH 2-2062 mornings or evenings. 1956 FORD Fairlane with a rebuilt 312 engine, transmission rebuilt; 1952 WD Allis with WD pistons and sleeves, oversized tires. Both at Scott Service. — 1 mile North on Highway 59 Extension Cords 12-2 50 ft. Reg. $5.40 This Week ONLY $4.66 14-2 50 ft. Reg. $4.40 This Week ONLY $3.99 9 K Bargain Store Home Furnishings —47 New Carpet Remnants — 11* x 12' — 100 per cent Wool- Has rubberized back — 2 tone tweed — Hi-Lo Look Face- Reg. $127.20. Cut size $88.88. Gambles, 128 S. Main Headquarters for Motorola * TV & Stereo and Kroehler Furniture

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