I 10 TOE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, February 25, 1963 News Briefs Douglas L. Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Henry, 1122 S. Mulberry, has enrolled as a freshman at Fort Hays State College, Hays. Stanley A. Langer, field representative of Kansas Veterans' Commission, Lawrence, will be available for service work at 1 every Tuesday afternoon during March. Veterans and dependents or survivors may meet with Langr, or may phone, write or visit the commission office in the New City Building, Lawrence. Mrs. Frank Bingaman, 224 Willow, who has been ill with flu the past two weeks, is reported as improved. The Northside Loyal Temperance Legion will meet at 4 tomorrow afternoon in the basement of Trinity Methodist Church, Massasoit - Cedar. Children from age 5 to 13 are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fred Clark, Euless, Tex., are the parents of a son, Douglas Bryent, born Saturday. Clark is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark, 512 Willow. Ray Bloomer is reported to be improved in KU Medical Center. He is in room 401-D. Thomas Mock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vayne B. Mock, 403 East 9th, is in th% Naval Hospital at San Diego, Calif. His address is Thomas B, Mock, Ward A-3, USNTC, Sfen Diego 33, Calif. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH Damaged In Collisions Cars driven by David Fredeen, Shawnee Mission, and William Hay, 1201 S. Mulberry, were involved in a collision at the 12th- College intersection about 6:45 Saturday evening. Fredccn was going south . on College, and Hay was headed east on 12th prior to the mishap. The right side of Fredeen's car was damaged, and the transmission, left front fender and quarter panel of the other car was damaged. Cars driven b\ Richard H. Nominations Open 1963 "Oscar" Race Ware, Wellsville, and Dale E. Weien, 1136 S. Main, were involved in an accident seven miles east of Ottawa on K68 about 7 Friday evening, the Franklin County sheriff's office reported today. The left rear part of Ware's car was damaged and the front end of Weien's car was damaged. Weien was charged with passing within 100 feet of an intersection. By JAMES BACON AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP - Hollywood begins its annual dizzy Oscar carnival today by announcing the 1962 Academy Award nominations. Reflecting the global aspect of movie making, it looks as if this year's awards will be the most international yet. One Italian picture, "Divorce, Italian Style, " is rated a good chance to cop a best picture nomination and also a best actor nomination for star, Marcello Mastroianni. Mastroianni doesn't speak English. "The Longest Day," Darryl F. Zanuck's personal movie invasion of Normandy, is a strong candidate also. It is the first multiple language movie wherein the German, French, English and Amer- ican soldiers speak lines in their native tongues. There also could be a chance of a deceased playwright who never wrote a word for the movies being nominated for best screen play. Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night," is a favorite for a best picture nomination. Its makers filmed O'Neill's story of his tragic family mostly as a photographed play, using the famed dramatist's stage directions as a working script. He got solo screen play credit. Much of the competition is expected to involve such movies as "To Kill A Mockingbird," "Days of Wine and Roses," "The Music Man," "Lawrence of Arabia" and "The Manchurian Candidate," among others. For the best actor award the prenomination predictions are Gregory (Mockingbird) Peck, Jack (Wine and Roses) Lemon, Jason (Long Day's Journey) Robards Jr., Robert (Music Man) Preston, Peter (Lawrence of Arabia) OToole and Mastoianni. For top actress there will be two old-timers favored to win nominations— Katharine Hepburn as the tormented, dope-addicted mother of O'Neill's play and Bette Davis as the eccentric former child star in "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" But they will have tough competition, if the oddsmakers are right, from such younger stars as Anne Bancroft in "The Miracle Worker," Geraldine Page in "Sweet Bird of Youth" and Lee Remick, the alcoholic wife in "Days of Wine and Roses." Winners will be named at the traditional award ceremonies April 8. 24431. Adv. 'Mrs. D. C. Whitaker, 336 Willow, returned home Saturday from KU Medical Center where she underwent surgery. She is recovering satisfactorily. Ed Call, .Kansas State University extension dairy specialist, will conduct a training session for Franklin County 4-H leaders and members at 8 tomorrow night at the Co-Op building. Call will also address a meeting of the Franklin County dairy Herd Improvement Association at 10 Wednesday morning at the Co- Op building. John C. Boettcher, Menominee, Mich., paid a $50 fine this morning after he was arraigned and pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk in public. He was arraigned by Police Judge Robert L. Pinet. Policemen charged Gerald McGrath, 709 S. Oak, with driving the wrong way on a one-way street over the weekend. He was cited to appear in police court Thursday morning. Gerald R. Cole, Princeton, has been cited for speeding 50 in a 30-mile zone. He was cited to appear in police court Thursday morning. Glen Spitzer, 1107 N. Hickory, has reported to the police that a window in the Tauy Cafe was broken by a rock over the weekend. Cliff Reynolds, 1224 College, reported to police that a bicycle was taken from in front of the senior high school some time over the weekend. Earlene Hicks, 8-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks, 528 N. Oak, has sold more than 100 boxes of Brownie cookies since the cookie sale began Friday. Earlene belongs to Brownie Troop 313, North Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Thornbrugh spent the weekend in Tulsa with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Stanhope, and with Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Collins, and Mr. and Mrs. James Blair and son, Broken Arrow, Okla. Deaths MRS. MABEL HOLMES Mrs. Mabel Baker Holmes, 62, 513 S. Sycamore, died today at 1 a. m. in Topeka VA Hospital where she had been a patient since August, 1960. She had served as a WAC in the chaplain's office at St. Joseph, Mo. Services will be at Towner's Chapel Wednesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles P. Knight will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Born Nov. 3, 1900, in Ottawa, she was the daughter of Herbert E. and Alice (Hamblin) Baker. At one time she taught music. She was a member of the Methodist church. Mrs. Holmes had been in failing health since 1958. Surviving are three sisters, Dorothy Baker, of the home; Mrs. William C. Ahlf, Tracy, Calif., and Mrs. Hugh E. Wire, San Francisco, Calif., and two aunts and one uncle. CLAUDE S. SUMMERS Claude S. Summers, 76, 408 E. 8th St., died today at 4:30 a.m. in 1'opeka VA Hospital where he had been a patient since Feb. 13. He had been in failing health several months. He was born Jan. 31, 1887, at Topeka, and came to this area from Canton as a small child. He was a member of Warren Black Post No. 60, American Legion. Surviving are one brother, Thomas W. Summers, Atchison; one sister, Mrs. Bertha Angleton, 635 S. Mulberry, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Towner's Chapel. DELBERT II. VTNTON ' Delbert H. Vinton, 70, retired fanner, died Saturday night at his home in Lyndon, apparently from a heart attack. He moved into Lyndon three years ago from his farm. Services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Lyndon Methodist Church of which he was a member. Burial will be in the Lyndon Cemetery. Friends may call at the Shaffer Mortuary until noon Tuesday. Mr. Vinton was born May 5, 1892, at Newberg, Ore. He married Olive Mickelson, Dec. 30, 1914, at Lyndon. Surviving are the widow; four daughters, Mrs. Edith Woodson, Lyndon; Mrs. Idelle Cox, McMinnville, Ore.; Mrs. Wilma Lightle, Melvern, and Mrs. Jean Brecheisen, Osage City; 10 grandchildren; one great - grandchild, and one sister, Mrs. Maude Gray, Lebo. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Cora Cline, Alva, Okla.; Mrs. Donald E. Martin, RFD 4,' Saturday. Gregory Davis, Williamsburg; Mrs. Donald Anderson, Princeton; Hollie Thompson, 1416 Maple; George Rule, 1340 S. Main; Mrs. Nancy Welch, 518 W. 2nd; Willia Larson, 120 E. 1st; Edgar Reeves, 801 S. Locust; Mrs. Bud Walker, 719 N. Oak; Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Bien, 509 N. Main, Monday. Births Mr. and Mrs. William Roeckers, Wellsville, son, Saturday, weight, 8 lb., 12 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walker, 824 S. Main, son, weight, 7 lb., 11 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Snider, 934V6 N. Poplar, daughter, Sunday, weight, 6 lb., 4 oz. Dismissals Kimberly Christian, 1204 Willow; Mrs. Donald Martin, RFD 4; Mrs. William McNish, RFD 2; Mrs. Margaret Hall, 806 N. Locust; Mrs. James Franks, 603 N. Poplar Sunday. Walter Heg. berg, 1235 W. 7th; Mrs. Donnie Flake, 415 S. Cedar; Mrs. Duane Gifford, Wellsville; James Hollon, 119 Willow; Mrs. Alice Beaman, 434 S. Sycamore, transferred to Cedar House nursing home, Monday. Wellsville News Churches Will Observe World Day Of Prayer Injunction Follows Booze Raid A temporary injunction was ordered against Mrs. Velma Howard, 104 N. Locust, in District Court Saturday, enjoining her from selling, making, giving or possessiong alcoholic liquor at her home which was ordered closed by the court. The closing order on the house may be modified to aHow Mrt. Howard to live there after sMe posts $1,000 bond, District Judge Floyd Coffman said this morning, providing that she or her surety will pay all fines and costs assessed against her for any violation. ' Mrs. Howard and Robert E. Wloszcznski, Fort Riley, were charged Friday night with unlawfully selling, offering for sale and keeping liquor for sale. Wloszcznski, a serviceman, pleaded guilty to the charges in county court and was fined $500. Mrs. Howard entered a plea of not guilty, and her bond was set at $1,000 and her trial was for March 18. The couple was picked up and charged at Mrs. Howard's home by five Ottawa policemen and three officers from the sheriff's office in a raid on the place about 9:45 Friday night. Instruction INVESTIGATE ACCIDENTS MEN WANTED To train in the lucrative expanding field of INSURANCE CLAIMS INVESTIGATION AND ADJUSTING. Earn up to $•per hour. High School education not necessary. Ages 18-55. Short inexpensive course. Full or part time training. FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE DIPLOMA AWARDED. Write for free information, giving name, address, age, phone and occupation.- Write MILLER SCHOOLS Box S-S4, c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. r^°Ma1e Help Wanted —19 'SUBSTANTIAL starting salary plus incentive increases. Two year professional training. Complete health benefits. Lifetime income after 20 years. Rapid advancement. Write Box 1430." OHS Notes Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.45 Shelled Corn U3 Ear Corn 1.08 ,. 1.73 1.08 81 1.00 Butterfat 47, 42 20c .. 32c, 25c, 20c M Milo .. Barley Oats . Rye Eggs Grade Eggs Bens . 1 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 9.000; calves 600; slow, steers steady to 60 lower, heifers steady to 25 lower; average choice steers 23.50-75; choice 23.00-50; good and choice 22.50-23.00; cows 14 25-17.00; good and choice veal- ers 23.00-28.00. Hogs 5,500; barrows and gilts weak to 25 lower; sows steady to 25 lower; barrows and gilts 1-3 190.2*0 lb 15.00-30; SOWS 1-3. 275400 lb 13.60-14.00; 2-3 400-600 lb 13.00-50. Sheep 9,600; steady; good to choice wooled Iambi 11.50; ewes Funerals OTIS BURNETT Services for Otis Burnett, who died Feb. 19, were at Dengel & Son Mortuary Feb. 22. Rev. William Weber officiated. Pallbearers were Joe Clark, Irvin Oyler, Frank Mages, Boscoe Smith, William Suttle and Lyman Giesmann. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Employes of the city street department attended in a group. EMIL J. WELSCH Services for Emil James Welsch, who died Feb. 20, were held from Sacred Heart Catholic Church Feb. 23. Father Henry J. Beier officiated. Honorary pallbearers were Alfred Nilges, A. T. Harkins, Frank Kueser, Albert Pickert, Kenneth Bowman and Chris Wolken. Active pallbearers were John Rubick, Alvin Rubick, Charles Peed, Jim Sands, Gene Domnanish and Edward Domnanish. Burial was in St. Johns Cemetery, Homewood. Father Beier recited a rosary at Towner's Chapel Feb. 22 and Father Gilbert Burns led the Knights of Columbus rosary service. Mrs. R. W. Scoville, state PTA president, will address the local organization tonight at 7:30 in the auditorium of Ottawa Senior High School. Mrs. Scoville will come to Ottawa after appearing today before the Kansas House education committee at Topeka. Ottawa High students will put on an exchange assembly program at Bonner Springs High School at 10:30 tomorrow morning and another at 1 tomorrow afternoon at Turner High School. Exerpts from the recent OHS production of "Finian's Rainbow" will make up the assembly programs. The Cyclones will wind up the basketball season Friday night in a game with Rosedale at Rosedale. The junior varsity game will start at 6:30, followed by the varsity game. Friday will mark the end of the fourth six-weeks period of school, A GAA Play Day is slated to begin at 9 Saturday morning at Bonner Springs High School with 10 Ottawa girls attending under the supervision of Mrs. Charles Williamson. By BERNICE HOLDEN The Wellsville Methodist Church will be the host church for the World Day of Prayer observance Friday, March 1. The church bell will ring at 1 o'clock to call people to prayer. Other local churches will join in the observance and program. Mrs. Wesley Schendel, Eudora, underwent surgery at Ransom Memorial Hospital Wednesday, Feb. 20. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Carroll entertained Sunday with a birthday dinner for their daughter, Mrs. Robert Edmonds, and Mr. Edmonds, Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Murphy observed their 59th wedding anniversary Thursday, Feb. 21, at home. Wellsville seventh graders bringing "Curiosity Day" items to show recently were Jo Ellen Coughenour, old watch fob and hair brooch; .Nathan Coons, mussel shell with fossils on it, and an old iron; Charlotte Patton, a pair of chop stick and a gold watch; James Bellenger, old butter churn and old leg cast, and Kenny Hull, a piece of wood shaped like a heart that came frc-m Jerusalem. The February meeting of the Briles Birthday Club was at the home of Mrs. Grace Craig. The afternoon meeting followed a noon dinner. Roll call was a favorite valentine. Nine members present signed a remembrance card to be sent to Mrs. Charles DeWitt, a former member now in Oklahoma. Mystery gifts were received by Grace Craig, Gertrude Vickers, Audrey Carpenter, Beth Chambers, Becky Kirchhoff and Mae Gould. Mrs. Ethel Miller was a guest. The afternoon meeting in March will be with Lois Eversmeyer. The Rockettes HDD from Johnson County gathered at the home of Mrs. F. M. Clark Tuesday, Feb. 19, for a dinner meeting. Mrs. Clyde Tunnison gave the lesson on social security. Others present were Mrs. Lula Hartley, Mrs. Frank Wiswell, Mrs. Bud Winn, Mrs. Leo Waship and Mrs. L. C. Taggart. Mrs. N. J. Hogan and Mrs. Harvey Crist, Jr., representing the Louis H. Hanson unit of Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary, met with the Junior girls at Wellsville High School Wednesday morning in regard to Girls State. Girls State, which is June 916 at the University of Kansas, is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Bonnie Bivins, the unit's delegate to Girls State last year, reported on her attendance. This year's delegate will be selected from candidates who meet with the Auxiliary the night of March 4. March 14 is the date selected by the Louis H. Hanson Post 194, American Legion and Auxiliary Unit, for the annual birthday party. It will be for Legion and Auxiliary members and families in the Legion Hall at 6:30 p.m. Kayettes at Wellsville High School had a heart-sister gift exchange during activity period Tuesday, Feb. 19. Alton Williams, high school guidance counsellor, took Doug Higbie and Gary Rader to Kansas State University, Manhattan, on an orientation trip Tuesday, Feb. 19. The boys talked to different instructors in the fields in which they are interested. Marriage License William P. Loveland, 32, Tinley Park, HI., and Virgnina Lewandowski, 29, Chicago. Leo A. Akers Jr., 19, Ottawa, and Carolyn Sue Scott, 17, Ottawa. Men - Women Needed To Train For INTERIOR DECORATION We train men and women, 1755 as Interior Decorators. Full or part time training. High School education not necessary. One of the highest paid professions. Short inexpensive course •— Free employment service. For full information without obligation, — Write MILLER SCHOOLS Box R-64, c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. Give age, address, phone and occupation. Men and Women Wanted —2S NEED FAMILY MAN or woman who is presently employed but needs more money. Take over Rnwleigh Business in Ottawa. Should have car and good personality. — Write Rawleigh Dept. KAB-680-91, Freeport, ni. Female Help Wanted —24 SALESLADY for Drapery DepC, Full time, Sewing experience helpful. Quin Furniture Co. UNLIMITED possibilities for earnings with Beauty Counselors. Full or part time. A crew of your own ages 25-50. Call CH 2-5483 for application and appointment. TUPPER WARE has opening for 2 part or full time dealers Ottawa and surrounding areas. Write Tip Top Sales, 1409 W. 37th St., Topeka or call Williamsburg 3557 before 8 a.m. Legate 185 Attend Church Program About 185 persons attended the 20th anniversary of the founding of Faith Lutheran Church here yesterday, Rev. Kurt Juengel, pastor, said. The anniversary observance began with Sunday services with a quartet comprised of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Buck, Mrs. Orville Cole and Bob Robert who sang Beethoven's "The Heavens Resound." A dinner was at noon, followed by a slide lecture on the Orient by a medical team. The history of the church was read later in the afternoon. (First Published February 25, 1963) (Last Published March 1, 1963) SPECIAL REGISTRATION NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CTTY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS: You are hereby notified that the books for the registration of voters will be kept open between the hours of 8 o'clock a.m. and 9 o'clock p.m., from the 4th day of March, 1963 to the 8th day of March, 1963, both dates Inclusive, and that said registration books will be closed on the last named date at 9 o'clock p.m. for the purpose of registering to vote at the Primary Election to be held !n said City on the 19th day of March, 1963. IF you have never registered to vote in the City of Ottawa, Kansas and have resided in the State of Kansas six months or more and in the ward thirty days or more, and have attained the age of 21 years, you must register before you will be eligible to vote in said City. IF you have previously registered to vote in said City and failed to vote at the General Election held in said City in November, 1962 and have not since re-registered, you must re-register. If you have moved from your house or street number where you lived when last registered, you must re-register. IF, you have changed your name, you must re-register.. Any person desiring to register to vote in the City of Ottawa, Kansas must appear In person at my office in the City Hall, ejv Special Arrangements may be made for the sick or disabled or persons absent from the State. Donald R. Capper City Clerk Airlines - Steamships Men-Women -- 17-36 Excellent Opportunities. Wide variety of very attractive positions at home and abroad. Glamour—Excitement—Travel Airlines Steamships Railroads Travel Bureaus Motor Carriers Industrial Traffic Management No Experience Necessary. Nationwide Placement Service. Short, low cost farming will not interfere with present job or school. See if you qualify! Write Today, giving name, age, address, phone number. AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE, Box V-64 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. General Services —29 WANTED ironings. Mrs. Frank Bell. CH 2-5541. • MACHINE QUILTING Special $3.75 - CH 2-5299. 619 Cleveland. KNAPP SHOES Lee Carter CH 2-3659 PLASTERING, Patch Plastering, Stuccoing. — CH 2-3518. Free estimates. _____ STEAMING,, PAPERING, Painting. — Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3268. WATER WELLS and Cisterns — Dug and Cleaned, 35 years experience, Phone Jack Bell — Spring Hill, Kansas, 686-3647. Male Help Wanted —19 MARRIED MAN for general farm work. Year round job. — Phone CH 2-3724, Cyrus Hughes, CUSTODIAN — Elderly man preferred. University job. Apply at Kansas State Employment. 2nd and Cedar. 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. DEAL ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa CH 2-1064 HENRY SWANK Well Drilling and Cleaning. New and Used Pumps Installed, Repaired. Route 1, Princeton, Kansas YE 7-2651, YE 7-2341. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4939 Livestock —34 Cole-Peoria Community Meet The Peoria and Cole Community Meeting was held Friday night at the Cole School with Mrs. Howard Tucker in charge of the business meeting and Mrs. Gerald Elsasser and Mrs. Winnie Forrer in charge of entertainment. The entertainment featured a Truth or Consequences game with Mrs. Bill Bishop acting as master of ceremonies. Pie and milk were served by Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Forrer and Mrs. Elasser. The next meeting will be held at the school on Friday, March 22. Pie and coffee will be served. Quality MONUMENTS call Stewart Memorials across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 HOLMES — Funeral Services for Mabel Baker Holmes will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday from Towner's Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Highland Cemetery. SUMMERS — Funeral arrangements for Claude S. Summers are incomplete. Interment will be in Highland. Announcement will be made by Towner's. Cotonrr'g ( II VIM I Memorial Record MARSHALL - George H. Marshall of 704 S. Main, well known educator, passed away yesterday. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, 1:30 P.M. in the Lamb Funeral Home, Dr. Raymond P. Jennings and Dr. A. B. Martin officiating; interment will be in the Garnett Cemetery where a short service will be held at 3:30. The family requests no flowers but contributions may be made to the George H. Marshall Memorial Fund of the First Baptist Church. Friends may call at the Funeral Home from Tuesday noon until 10 A.M. Wednesday; the casket will not be open at the funeral hour. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 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 DO Out of trade territory, dc per word per insertion, no discount Blind Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available HOME SERVICE DELIVERY MAN AGE 21 to 39. $110.00 per week and up guaranteed salary $80 per week while training. Excellent opportunity for advancement. All holidays off. Vacation with pay. For information see Walter Backus, North American Hotel. Tuesday, Feb. 26, 7:30 p.m. 1 REGISTERED Yorkshire Boar. — Benny Stinson. FOR SALE — 3& head weanling Pigs. — M. F. Martin, Williamsburg, Kansas. 3761. 15 WEANING PIGS - One Steer Calf. — Ralph Shaffer, Homewood. FOR SALE — Corn fed Steers to butcher. — CH 2-4498. Alton Rumford. FOUR-YEAR old Hereford Bull. Calves to show. Kenneth Davis, Williamsburg. Where Shall We Go? —11 For Gracious Dining Ottawa Country Club for Members and Guests OPEN Sunday Noons Evenings at 5 p.m. Closed Mondays DEALERSHIP OPPORTUNITY NEW -- MODERN -PROFITABLE Man selected will operate Master Locksmith Store which will include keycutting, changing lock combination, fitting locks, sharpening saws, repairing smaU appliances, plus rent-all- department. We supply complete store set-up including equipment and supplies, plus complete on-the-job training to help you set up your own business with continuous help and direction for you to have a potential income of from $5,000 to $15,000 per year plus a good future and security. Immediate cash required $1,695 to $3,750 for inventory, supplies and equipment to start. Write, giving full background, phone number, present occupation, to Nation- TWO REGISTERED Angus bulls, 4 year old and yearling; Hoi- stein cows, Angus calves by side; Some Springer cows; Yearling Black Heifers. — J. M. Kennedy, Lane, Kansas, OVERBROOK LIVESTOCK Sale— Overbrook, Kansas. Wednesday, Feb. 27, 12:30 p,m. — 400 to 600 cattle; 150-200 Holstein steers, 500 to 800 Ibs.; 20 Holstein yearling heifers; 5 registered Whiteface bulls, Real Silver Breeding; 150 to 200 stock steers and heifers; steers and heifer calves, yearling steers and heifers; stock cows. — Nelson, Carey, James, Auctioneers. Cliff Marconett, Manager. — Phone MO 5-2313. Farm Equipment —33 wide Stores, P.O. Boulder, Colorado. Box 965, Instruction —18 U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! Men-women — 18-52. Start high as $102.00 a week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. Free information on jobs, salaries, requirements, Write today giving name, address and phone. — Lincoln Service, Box D-«4, qttaw. Herald. SALE DATES Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas Feb. 35 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Lawrence Livestock Commission Co., East llth Street. Lawrence, Kas. Feb. 27 — Household goods nle. B26 E. 7th St. March S — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude— 91? Howard— 46. Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Salt Company Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway 59. Feb. 25 — Special Stocker ft Feeder Sale Franklin County Bale Barn one mile North of Ottawa on Highway 59. Feb. 28 — Mrs. Fred Proffet Farm Bale. 4Mi miles Bast of Ottawa, Kas. on Logan St. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock tale. Ovorbrooa EMM* Dvtry Wednesday livery Frtda? - AUfa County U»e•took 4<i«t da* Orty. Kansas. Prints Mid Son < Ben Printy "Cap" CH HV74 CH 3-1201 community MC«M IHMM) wiot 1 p.m., 11* N. IUtB muaity Mle e*Mi> IhwtM) Ifcl UM - "— "494A" 4-Row PLANTER One Trip Does Everything — Plants Seed — Fertilizes — Apples Herbicide and Insecticide. You Get Both Accuracy - Capacity and MORE Bushels at Harvest See It Today With All of the Attachments At Ottawa Trac. & Imp. CH 2-4400 119 E. 2nd Seeds, Feeds, Fert. —36 FOR SALE - Prairie Hay Square Bales. — Max King. Homewood. GOOD CLEAN Lespedesa seed? — Ben Scott, Quenemo, Route 1. 759-3310.
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