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» THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, February M, 19« News Briefs Donald Book, Pittsburg, entered a plea of not guilty to charges of vagrancy and driving with an open bottle accessible to the driver in county court this morning. Book's trial was set for March 16 and bond was set at $150. Book gave a Topeka address. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-443L Adv. Two Youths Admit Burglary Two boys, one 15 and one 14 were referred to juvenile court yesterday by the police after they gave oral statements admitting they broke into a utility building owned by D. F. Kyle, 414 S. Locust, and took an assortment of tools. Police Chief E. W. Flaherty and Officer William Wheeler said today that the police have recovered several Allen wrenches and a set of sockets and a ratchet handle. Wheeler said several open-end wrenches and a pair of vice grip pliers also were recovered. Kyle apparently had not missed the pliers and open-end wrenches when he first reported the breakin. The boys allegedy broke into the building, in the 400 block on North Locust, sometime Wednesday by going through a hole in the roof of an adjoining build ing and then through a door into the main building. Wheeler said the boys had been seen near the buildings and he was notified and picked them up for questioning. The two boys have been turned ever to juvenile authorities for further action. Burglary At Ran toul Oil Firm The Franklin County sheriff's office is investigating the Monday night breakin and burglary of the L-L & B Oil Company, Rantoul, Undersheriff Max Gilmore said today. Gjlmore said thieves broke into one building Monday night and took 275 gallons of gasoline and a case of 20-20 W oil and then broke into another building and stole 300 gallons of gasoline, a five-gallon can of gasoline, a tool box filled with tools, a ratchet wrench and a small box of sockets, a pipe cutter, a set of pipe dies, a bolt die and handle, an electric drill, a brass gate valve, an electric heater and an extension cord. A regulator hose, torch and tips for an acyteleyne welding outfit were stolen earlier, the under- sheriff said. John Finch, Rantoul, a co-owner of the oil firm reported the theft, Gilmore said. The sheriff's office is continuing the investigation. A Prayer For Today's "Blessings" LONDON (AP)-Anne Hopkinson, mother of six and a wife of a director of the Industrial Christian Fellowship, wants new prayers which will reflect the world of 1963. She says the Bible stories of men and women who grew their own food mean little to children today, and she offers this as an example of her idea for new prayers: "Thank God for the food we eat, "The tinned soup and processed meat. "Thank God for my plastic boat, "The telly and my nylon coat." "Telly" is television. Deeds F.E.L. Const. Co. to Max P. Alderman, lot 3 Willow Acres; Thomas E. Gleason, exce. Nettie Gibson, to Melvln Stockard, NEV4 Sec. 14 18-18; Thomas GleasoD, exac. Nettle Gibson, to Wm. Hase, 8H SEVi Sec. 23 18-20; Nora Mersman to R. E. 81ms. lot 2 in Adams Subdlv. In 13 19-19 Richmond; Chester A. Worl to David C. Kelly, lots 7-9-11- Doran's Subdiv. lots 6-1-10 Blk 3 Fltts Add.; John H. Matter to Herman Uader, 96.9 acres Sec. 18 19-20; Letoy Hilderbrandt to Chester Worl. 8V4 Lot 33 all lot 35 Blk 81; Dorothy Bowman to Clarence A. Webster, lot * * N13V4' Lot S Blk 6 Richmond; Clarence Webster to Dorothy M. Bowman, lots 18-20-Adams Subdiv. Sec. 13 19-19. Richmond; Havel U. McBrlde to Donald Anderson, lots 6-7-Blk 7 Princeton; Bennie Gilmore, to Louie lot* aMUUk « Univ. Add. STILL COURTING AFTER 72 YEARS - Holding hands on their 72nd wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Sherar, relax in their farmhouse west of Paola. Their romance started when she was an 18-year-old school teacher and he was her 17- year-old pupil. She will be 94 in 10 days. He will be 93 June 25. They nave lived on their farm since 1893. "It doesn't seem so long," said Mrs. Sherar. In Uniform Ottawan Marine Course Graduate Marine 2nd Lt. Joel F. Berglund, son of Dr. and Mrs. Arvid Berglund, 428 S. Locust, was graduated recently from the officers' basic course at Marine Corps Schools, Quantico, Va. The 26-week course consists of classes and the practical application of personnel administration, first aid, map reading, weapons and leadership techniques. In addition, the practical aspects of communications and employment of supporting weapons are applied. Marine Lance Cpl. Anthony E. Tesar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Tesar, Pomona, participated in cold weather training at the Marine Corps Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. Members of the Third Battalion, First Marine Regiment, First Marine Division, are undergoing physical conditioning to prepare for marching in snow and high altitudes. They also receive instruction on field sanitation, personal hygiene, care and cleaning of weapons in extreme cold. Frank A. Hopkins, Navy aviation boatswain's mate airman apprentice and son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hopkins, 720 S. Locust, was graduated from the aviation boatswain's mate school at the Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Philadelphia Pa. The 10-week course included in struction in citizenship and American heritage, naval c u s- toms, fundamentals of naval aviation and fundamentals of the aviation boatswain's mate rating. A graduate of Ottawa High School, Hopkins entered the Navy in July, 1962. John F. Cook, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook, RFD 2, Pomona, has been promoted from airman first class to staff sar- gent. He is stationed at George Air Force Base, Calif. At a recent base parade, Cook was awarded an airman's medal for heroism involving voluntary risk of life under conditions not involving actual conflict with an armed enemy. Cook won the medal for his part in a dramatic rescue effort Nov. 30, 1962, when he dashed to a burning F-100 Super Sabre to remove a badly injured pilot. The plane had ploughed through the runway barrier. He managed to eject the pilot but found he could not carry him because the pilot's back was broken. Cook removed his jacket, placed the injured man on it and pulled him away from the plane only seconds before it exploded in flames. The incident occurred at Hahn AFB, Germany, where Cook has been stationed for three years. Cook was married in January to Phyllis Brogoto in Kansas City. They now live at Victorville, Calif., near his present assignment. His parents formerly b'ved at Lenexa. They moved to Pomona when his father retired from a position with Research Engineering Development Co., Overland Park. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Helen Mann, 111 N. Elm, Friday. Mrs. Esther Hegberg, 1235 W. 7th; Kimberly Christian, 1204 Willow; Clyde Mock, 920 N. Poplar, Saturday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith, 1012 N. Sycamore, daughter, Saturday, weight, 6 Ib., 10 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Morris K. Ferguson, RFD 1; Darl Manlove, Garnett; Fred J. Jones, 123 S. Cedar; Mrs. Anna Smith, 617 King, transferred to Guardian Angel nursing home; Mrs. Richard McCord, Williamsburg, Friday. Mrs. Charles Miller and baby son, 622, S. Locust; Mrs. William McGrath and baby daughter, 109ft E. 15th, Saturday. JOEL F. BERGLUND HDU Notes Elm Grove — "Sharing Day" was attended by 12 members and one guest at the home of Mrs. J. S. Welton. Dr. J. E. Wallen showed pictures he had taken on his vacation in Arizona, New Mexico and Chicago, as well as many flowers and trees in Ottawa. Mrs. T. E. Bennett showed plaques made of soybean seeds and macaroni and gave pointers on flower arranging. Mrs. R. J. Hoffman gave a report on safety as given at the county workshop at Ottawa. Mrs. J. T. Mercer won the hostess gift. The next meet' ing, March 8, will be at the home of Mrs. Owen Followell, 1239 S. Mulberry. Centropolis — Met at the home of Mrs. Howard Myers with a sack lunch at noon. The day was spent making smocked pillows. Several shapes and different materials were made. Mrs. Rhoda Simmons gave a report on civil defense. Mrs. Lewis Stewart became a new member. Other guests included Mrs. C. A- Myers, Mrs. Harold Myers and twins, Mrs. Lloyd Myers and daughters. Eleven members were present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ludell Neilson on March 13. Mrs. Marion Williams will give the lesson on housing for the life span. Deaths MRS. IDA SUE BROWN Mrs. Ida Sue Brown, 87, RFD 4, died in Ransom Memorial Hospital Friday at 9:55 p.m. She had been,in failing health and entered the hospital in the afternoon after she became ill. She had been living with a niece and nephew, Helen Cain and W. 0. Cain. A registerd nurse, she had brained at Baptist Hospital, Oak Park, 111., and nursed 10 years in Chicago. She had lived ihe rest of her life in Franklin County. She was born at Centropolis Dec. 17 1875, and was a member of First Methodist Church. On Oct. 17, 1917, at Centropolis, she married Frank Brown who died in April 1934. Mrs. Brown is survived by a sister, Mrs. Maude Crow, Long Beach, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Towner's Chapel. WJWTADS Call CH 2-4700 un The Business Side "White Elephants" Are Real Bargains Jack By JACK DAY Local merchants currently are preparing for "White Elephant Days," Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 27 and 28. "White Elephants," in case you don't know, are items which you want to sell but nobody seems to want. We have checked most of the ads which have come in to be set and we can say without reservation. that Ottawa will have some of the best bargains ever to be offered. L o ok i n g through the exchange papers, we came across several other towns which were having "White Elephant" Sales. Some of the copy made you want to rush out and see if what the merchant said about his own merchandise was true. One of the cutest headlines read "Pete's Passel of Pallid Pachyderms (That's just a few, Dad.)", and another read "Dacron Cotton Slips— These have polyester in 'em, whoever she is." And can you top this: "Portable Hand Mixer, for people who do not mix well, carrying one of these along will instantly make you outstanding at any party." Anyway you'all come down Wednesday and Thursday and let us give you some of our "White Elephants." The Dennis Auto Co. announced this week that it will hold a special "Burch Day," Friday, March 1 at 315 W. Wilson. All farmers in this area are invited to attend. The program will start at 9 a.m. and will be held rain or shine. Dennis is the Burch factory representative for the State of Kansas and western Missouri. Local hardware and implement dealers who are association members now have free tickets available for the Implement and Hardware Show to be at the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Feb. 26 and 27. Hazen L. Richardson, zone manager for Investors Diversified Service, Inc., and Investors Syndicate Life Insurance and Annuity Company, has received national recognition and an award for record sales during the 19621 autumn sales campaign. In addition to an award for sales achievement, Richardson won membership in the Presidents Club, a national honor group of Investors' leading sales representatives. T. A. Bischoff, assistant manager of the local Safeway Store, attended a District Managers meeting for Safeway Stores in this district at Joplin, Mo., Wednesday, Feb. 20. Has Spring really sprung? Many stores have started their spring cleanup, fixup, paint up. Richardson's Shoe Store has come up with a new decorative motif complimentary to the new spring Rescue Kitty From A Tree Neighbors and dogs in the neighborhood of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bivins, Wellsville, were baffled by cat cries several days ago. The sounds kept up all day and no one knew where they were coming from. Finally when the Bivins' daughters, Cindy and Carol, came home from school they solved the mystery. Their Siamese kitten had made its way to the top of a big tree in the neighbor's yard and didn't have the courage to come down. Persuasion and the little girls' tears had no effect on the stranded kitten. It took a Kansas City Power and Light Company ladder truck to rescue the pet. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.45 Shelled Corn 1.13 Ear Corn 1.08 Milo • 1.73 Barley 1.08 Oats 81 Rye 1.00 Butterfat .17. .42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs SZc, 25c, 20c Hens .U KC Mark^H KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle: compared with last week's close; slaughter steers 35-1.00 lower; heifers weak to 75 lower; cows strong to 50 higher; slaughter calves and vealers steady; good to choice steers 21.50-96.50; good to choice heifers 21.00-34.50; utility and commercial cows 14.3517.50; good and choice slaughter calves 31.flU-24.00; good to prime vealers 23.00-32.00; good to fancy feeders 21.50-32.30. Sheep: compared with last week's close; slaughter lambs 110 Ib and under steady to 50 higher; weights over 110 Ib steady to 50 lower; ewes steady to 50 higher; feeders scarce, unchanged; good to prime lambs 17.00-is.75; good to choice feeder lambs 14.00-16.35. Hogs: compared with last week's close; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; sows steady to strong; 1-3 1(0-250 Ib barrows and gilts 15.00-50; 1-2 216-235 Ib 15.60; 2-3 245-285 Ib 14.75-15.35; 2-3 270-300 Ib 14.50-75; 275-400 Ib sows 13.50-14.36; 400400 Ib 13.3675. Quality MONUMENTS call Stewart Memorial* across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 line of shoes. A new linoleum has been laid, and the store has been completely painted inside and out, including the display windows. Kramer's Drug Store is sporting a completely new vinyl tile floor that brightens the entire store. Local Banks currently are observing the centennial of modern banking. It was one hundred years ago that President Lincoln signer} legislation commonly known as the National Currency Act: This act established a national paper currency backed by the United States Treasury and authorized the creation of a national banking system to operate alongside the existing state banking systems. Expel Rice Student For Bribe Offer HOUSTON (AP) - The Southwest Conference, rocked last year by an investigation of alleged game fixing by basketball officials was jarred again today with the report that, a Rice University student had been expelled for offering two players a bribe to shave points. Two Rice basketball players, Herb Steinkamp and Dick Cram reported the student tried to bribe them to hold the margin down to less than 14 points in the game with Baylor Tuesday night. The university issued a brief statement Friday night that "a student has been dismissed from Rice University. He attempted to bribe two basketball players into shaving the score on the Baylor game. This was reported immediately by the players to Rice authorities." Johnny Frankie, Rice basketball coach, said the matter has been referred to the FBI. Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Results New York 106, San Francisco 93 Detroit 126, Syracuse 117 Los Angeles 113, Boston 105 St. Louis 115, Chicago 98 . Today's Games Detroit at Cincinnati San Francisco at Chicago .•B Sunday's Games New York at Syracuse Boston at Los Angeles Cincinnati vs. Detroit at Baltimore San Francisco at St. Louis No games Monday College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Princeton 89, Dartmouth 59 Cornell 68, Brown 50 Yale 83, Columbia 71 Penn 61, Harvard 58 St. Bonaventure 87, Niagara 63 Syracuse 55, Boston College 54 SOUTH Clemson 52, Virginia 50 FAR WEST Stanford 73, UCLA 69-ot Oregon 83, Washington St. 70 Oregon St. 76, Southern Cal. 49 Air Force 64, Denver 61—2 ot Seattle 77, Idaho 72 San Jose State 49, San Fran. 48 Arizona 49, New Mexico 46 Arizona St. U. 82, Wyoming 72 Ottawa 75, Friends 66 Culver-Stockton 64, Drury 43 Harris Teachers 84, Springfield (111) Concordia 59 Lincoln (Mo) 100, Kentucky State 87 JUNIOR COLLEGE Hutchinson 78, Garden City 60 Pratt 95, El Dorado 80 Arkansas City 80, Dodge City 77 Independence 73, lola 58 Kansas City (Kan) 103, For Scott 65 Hannibal - LaGrange 100, St Joseph 95 COLLEGE TRACK Missouri 81, Arkansas 14, Wichi ta 27 Kansas Freshmen 65, Hutchin son Juco 51, Pittsburg Stat Freshmen 33, Coffeyville Juco 15 lola Juco 5 COLLEGE SWIMMING Pittsburg State 69, Emporia State 26 COLLEGE WRESTLING Fort Hays State 26, Warrens burg State 5 Still On The Go On 107th Birthday By ROBERT HOLTON UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - To some outsiders, it is but a place to wait in comfort for the end— a place where life slips past unnoticed except fpr the counting of hours and the marking of days. To Mrs. Josephine Werner, it is none of these things. To Mrs. Werner, the A. Holly Patterson Home for the Aged here on Long Island is a home vibrant with life. Today, Mrs. Werner observes her 107th birthday anniversary. "I'm ready to go," she confesses, "but I hope I can remain as long as I can take care of my- She will probably be around for some time to come. Aside from impaired hearing which has been partly corrected by a hearing aid, Mrs. Werner gets along better than many people in their 70s. A Long Island native and childless widow, Mrs. Werner has been at the home since she turned a spry 99. Her daily routine has been altered little. Blanche Lamb-Bob Robert! Lamb Funeral Home Although she feels it is unnec essary fussing, she abides by the home regulation that she take breakfast in bed. From then to bedtime, however, Mrs. Werner is on the go. She likes to play rummy, wield a mean crochet needle and wins her share of bingo games in the home's recreation hall. Television holds little interest because "There are too many cowboy shows." "But when it comes to news, she is right on top of it." sak Edith Barrett, admitting office receptionist. "She can discuss the Cuban situation as well as anyone and she reads the papers religiously and without eyeglasses.' The Herald pays 95 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Do You Need Any Insurance? ( ) Household Goods ( ) Auto Liability ( ) Fire on Dwellings ( ) Boat and Motor Insurance ( ) Motorcycle ( ) Under Age Drivers ( ) Over Age Drivers Check with SMITH Agency Insurance & Bonding 3rd & Main CH 2-1738 Additional Sports Baldwin In Grand Finale BALDWIN-TTie Baldwin Bulldogs dropped the Gardner Trailblazers, 65-38, last night at Baldwin, ending the season with 10 wins and seven losses. The game started slow with leither team scoring in the first three minutes of play, then suddenly the lull broke and the Bulldogs began hitting baskets to lead 16-6 after the first quarter. Gardner made some progress in the second period, scoring 12 mints to Baldwins 10, and the Bulldogs were ahead 26-18, at half time. In the third quarter, Baldwin scored 26 points and held the Trailblazers to eight. Baldwin scored 13 more points in the final jeriod and Gardner six. Jim Elm with 15 points and J. D. Cleavinger with 13 were Baldwin Coach Dick Hedges' top scorers. Velasquez was top man For Gardner Coach Ralph Snavly. The Bulldogs defeated the Card ner B team, 35-24. Baldwin will meet Basehor al Eudora at 7:30 Tuesday night, Feb. 26, in the Class B tourna ment, and Gardner will play Princeton at 6 Tuesday evening at Louisburg in a Class B tourney. Here's last night's varsity scoring: BALDWIN — 65: Elm, 632; Cleavinger, 613; Gilges, 433; Gottstein, 242; Kreighbaum, 4 2 3; Dillon, 2 2 3; Pervis, 101; Chambers, 001. Totals, 25 15 18 GARDNER—32: Velasquez, 3 7 3; Peters, 203; Griffin, 123; Andrew, 144; Gray, 1 0 4; Messer, 100; Platz, 001. Totals 9 13 18. Score by quarters: Baldwin 16102613 Gardner 612 8 6 ether Interested penom »re d to take notice and govern them- elves accordingly. Board of City Commissioners of the City tf Ottawa Kansas. Charles Williamson, Mayor James W. Orogan Charles B. Queen Commissioner* (Firm Published February 16, IMS) (Last Published February 93, 1M3) NOTICE OF HEAftlNO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That pursuant to a Resolution adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, a hearing will bo held ta the City Commissioners Room of the. City Hall of Ottawa, Kansas at :00 o'clock p.m. on the 37th day of February, 1963 for the purpose of de- ermlntng the advisability of Improv- ng Hickory Street from the South Lino of Fifth Street to the North Line of Seventh Street, -Including Intersections of Sixth and Hickory Streets and Hickory and Park Streets, the widening of said streets and the adding of storm •ewers to said streets. The proposed mprovement is the regradlng, re- laving, recurbing and widening of said Itreets and the addition of storm sewers. The estimated probable cost of the mprovement is $46,696.'00. The extent of the proposed Improvement district to be assessed Is to be as follows: Lots 1, 3, 6, 7. I, 11. U, 15, 17, 11, 31, 93, 95, 97, 2», 31, 33, and 35 in Block 112, and Lots 1, 3, 8, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 31. 33, 35, 97, 99, 33, 33, and 35 IB 33, and 35, in Block 135, and E. 70 feet Lot "C" * all of Lot "D" Block 134 and commencing at the) point where the South line of 5th Street Intersects with the West line of Hickory Street, thence West 150 feet, thence South to the North line of Park Street, thence Bast 150 feet, thence North to the place of beginning in the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. The assessment of the cost of the Improvement shall be made against all land included within the proposed improvement district, based upon the appraised value thereof without regard to improvements. They City proposes no apportionment of cost between the improvement district and the City at large except that the City at large will pay for the intersections of 6th and Hickory Streets and Hickory and Park Streets, the storm sewers and for 16 feet of the proposed width of said improvement. Said hearing Is being held pursuant to Chapter 12, Article 6a of the 1901 Supp. to the General Statutes of Kansas, 1949. All owners of real estate within the proposed district and all other Interested persons are Instructed to take notice and govern themselves accordingly. Board of City Commissioners of the City of Ottawa, Kansas. Charles Williamson, Mayor James W. Orogan Charles E. Queen Commissioners Legate (First Published February 1«, 1M3) (Last Published February 93, 1063) NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That pursuant to a Resolution adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, a hearing will be held in the City Commissioners Boom of the City Hall of Ottawa, Kansas a 7:00 o'clock p.m. on the 27th day of February, 1963 for the purpose of de terminlng the advisability of improv ing Willow Street from the South lint of 7th Street to the North line of 15th Street, including intersections and the addition of storm sewers to said street The proposed Improvement is the re- grading, repaying, recurblng and add! tlon of storm sewers. The estimate! probable cost of the Improvement i 8147,000.00. The extent of the proposed improvement district to be assessed i to be as follows: Lots 1 through M inclusive, and Lots 92, 04, 96. 98. 100. 102 and 1'04, and a tract of land described as follows: Commencing at the point where the North line of 9th Street Intersects with the East line of Willow Street, thence North 176 feet, thence East 185 feet, thence South 175 feet, thence West 185 feet to the place of beginning, all in Toppings Addition to the City of Ottawa, Kansas; and Lots 1, 3, 5, 7. 9, 11, 13. 15. 17. 19, 21. 23, 25. 27, 29. 31. 33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43, 45 and 47 Block 1, Shinn'i Addition, and Lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 28, 28, 30, 32. 34, 36 38, 40. 42, 44, 46, and 48 in Block 1, Crestview Addition to the City of Ottawa; and a tract of land described as: Commencing at the point where the South line of 10th Street Intersects with the East line of Willow Street, thence East 140 feet, thence South to the North line of Gieason's Addition, thence West 14'0 feet, thence North to the place of beginning; and a tract of land described as: Commencing at the point where the South line of 10th Street intersects with the West line of Willow Street, thence West 140 feet, thence South to the North line of llth Street, thence East 140 feet, thence North to the place of beginning; and a tract of land described as: Commencing at the point where the South line of llth Street intersects the West line of Willow Street, thence West 140 feet, thence South to the North line of 15th Street, thence East 140 feet, thence North to the place of beginning; and Lots 1. 3, 6. 7. 9, 11, 13, 15, and 17 in Block 1 of Olea- son's Addition, and Lots 1, 3, 5, 1, 9. 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23. 25. 37, and 29, Block 4, Gieason's Addition to the City of Ottawa, Kansas The assessment of the eoit of the improvement shall be made agalni all land Included within the proposed improvement district, baud upon the appraised value thereof without re gard to the improvements. The City proposes no apportionment of t h cost between the Improvement dlstrlc and the city at large except that the City at large will pay for the inter sections and the storm sewers. Said hearing is being held pursuan to Chapter 12, Article 6a, of the 196 Supp. to the General Statutes of Kan sas, 1949. All owners of the real estate within the proposed district and BROWN — Funeral Service for Mrs. Ida Sue Brown will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2: p.m. Monday. Interment in Hope Cemetery. (First Published February 18, 1983) (Last Published March 16, 1963) STATE OF KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE I, Wiles, Boy Oale. icnteneed 9-1655 for the crime of Att. Or. Lar. Auto; Jail Brk. In Franklin County, Kansas, will apply on 3-28-63 for Hab. Executive Clemency, to'the Governor, at his office In Topeka, Kansas. Wiles, Boy Gayle KSP No. 12428 Petitioner: Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% - Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by S 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 insertion! per word .. . 15e 6 insertions per word .* . Me 12 insertions per word .. . 45c 26 insertions per word .. . Me Cash mini"""" 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70e mia Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem fl.OO 2 insertions no change .. $150 Out of trade territory, €c per word per insertion, no discount Blind Adi - Me extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks I wish to thank kindly all my relatives and friends who remembered me with flowers, expressions of sympathy, and kind acts, during my illness. — Mrs. Alice Fogle. We want to thank Dr. Barr. nurses and nurses' aid, all who called, sent cards, flowers and prayers during my stay in the hospital. May God bless each of you. — Signed, Mrs. Carrie Brooks and family. SALE DATES Myen Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard-48. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Bale Company every Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway 59 Feb. 16 — Special Stacker * Feeder Sale Franklin County Sale Barn on* mil* North of Ottawa on Highway Feb.' 36 — Mrs. Fred Froffet Farm Sale, 4% miles East of Ottawa, Kas. on Logan fit. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, Orerbrook, Kaneai Bran Wednesday. •very Friday — Allen County UTO atocfe Aaettoa das CM*. Kama*. Print? and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community MeUoa every Ymesoai tight t p.... 1196 ». Matt. """» Community tal* every Ttarada* night liM K. ttata. *»•»•«•» Feb. 33 — H. F. Morris, hoiueholt (oods, U3 N. Hickory, 1 p.m. , Harold Stewart * Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4831 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas Feb. M — Might Consignment Ron* Sale, Lawrence Livestock Commission Co., East llth Street, Lawrence. KM. Feb. 27 — Household foods sale. tM E. 7th St. March I — Night Consignment Hofte •ale, Neoaho Liveliest

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