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I THE OTTAWA HERALD v Thursday, Feb. 28, 1963 Briefs Cab Scout Den 2, Eugene Field School, vsited the post office one day this week. The boys were Jim Ralston, Mike Wiggins, John Cook, Mark Skidmore, Dick Curry and Teri Wiggins. Mrs. Robert Wiggins and Mrs. Jim Ralston are leaders. Mrs. Collctta Klingenberg, Great Bend, is serving as relief telegraph operator at the Western Union office while Mrs. Elaine Brumit is off two weeks on vacation. Bean Sup. Mar. 1. Serv. Noon & Eve. Masonic Temple 50 cents. Adv. Well Child Clinic will be at the Co-Op building Friday from 9:30 a.m. untl noon. For appointments call CH 2-3929. Two dens of Cub Scout Pack 81, Lincon School, visited the Ottawa Laundry yesterday. Mrs. Harold Yost and Mrs. Harlan McFadden, leaders, accompanied Den 2, which includes Eddie Yost, Bruce McFadden, Kurt VanCleave, Donal Home and Jack Ledom. Members of Den 4 are Marvin Grauel, Sherman Smith, Larry Jacob, Jeff McAdoo, Mike Ledom and Miles Floyd. Leaders are Mrs. James Richardson and Mrs. Floyd Jacob. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH IN GOVERNOR'S CHAIR — Cathy Lewis occupies Gov. John Anderson's chair while governor and Freda Ingle (left) and Linda Bristow stand. Ottawa girls visited governor yesterday when they served as pages in House of Representatives. Ottawa Girls Are Pages And Visit Gov. Anderson Three Ottawa girls spent a memorable day at Topeka yesterday and went back for more today. They are Linda Bristow, daughter of Mr. and "Mrs. Galen Bristow, 634 N. Poplar; Freda Ingle, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Tom Ingle, 206 Blackhawk, and Cathy Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lewis, 504 E. Logan, who served as pages yesterday and today in the Kansas House of Representatives. They also visited Gov. John Anderson in his office. Mr. and Mrs. Bristow carried the girls to Topeka yesterday. Al- Cathy Showalter, daughter of 24431. Adv so going as spectators w e re Mrs. Shirley Showalter, 725 N. Cherry; Linda Bartlett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bartlett, 803 King, and Carol England, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. England, Ottawa RFD 4. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis carried the girls to Topeka today, accompanied by three other spectators, Jane Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robertson, 611 N. Cedar; Lillie Franks, daughter of Mrs. Marjorie Franks, 807 N. Mulberry, and Debbie Hough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hough, Ottawa RFD 2. State Rep. Wayne Angell, Ottawa, arranged for the girls to serve as pages. It's A World Of Dismay J The police have charged Al Beets, 1209 Willow, with speeding 60 in a 30-mile zone. He was cited to appear in police court Thursday, March 7. Mrs. Gayle Green, 408 W. 9th, has been cited to appear in police court Thursday, March 7, after she was cited for speeding 35 in a 20-mile zone. A woman's wrist watch was found on the sidewalk in the 200 block on South Main this morning, Police Chief E. W. Flaherty said. The watch is gold, and two lodge emblems are attatched to the band. The owner may claim the watch at police headquarters after giving proper identification, Flaherty said. New Pre-school dance class. Enroll now, Bemhardt CH 2-3696. Adv. Mrs. Paul Campbell, Cherokee, Iowa, arrived Sunday to attend the funeral services for her aunt, Mrs. Ida Brown. Brad Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Reynolds, 1224 College, is a prize winner in a postcard drawing contest conducted by a Kansas City television station. Brad had sent in 10 cards. He listed as proof that he's a good boy the fact he brushes his teeth. Correction: Rotary will serve Chili or Vegetable soup, Sat. noon & evening. Masonic Temple. Adv. , .President and Mrs. Andrew B. Martin, of Ottawa University left yesterday for California where Saturday evening they will attend •n alumni meeting in Knott's Berry Farm, Anaheim. Dr. Martin also will take care of other university business before returning to Ottawa next Wednesday. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Merril Imel, Princeton; Joe Berg, 516 Willow; F r ed Yates, 510 E. Logan; Linda Krehl, Pomona, Wednesday. Mrs. Floyd VanDonge, Wellsville; Mrs. Josie Atchison, Princeton, Thursday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rossman, Richmond, son, weight 4 Ibs., oz. Dismissals Mrs. Bud Walker, 719 N. Oak; Mrs. J. Louis Hull, Quenemo; Mrs. Raymond Reed, 1104 N. Cedar; Mrs. Albert Rocher, 1128 N. Main, Thursday. Civic Clubs Plan Joint Meeting Three of Ottawa's civic clubs Ian to hold a joint meeting on Jarch 15. They are the Rotary, Jons and Kiwanis organizations. The meeting will be an evening inner session to which wives of members are invited. It will be t Eugene Field School and will e in lieu of regular weekly ses- Deaths Funerals CLAUDE S. SUMMERS Services for Claude Sherman Summers, who died Feb. 25, were at Towner's Chapel Feb. 27. Rev. E. E. Caylor officiated, bearers were Earl Crow, Pierson, Carl Koehler, Pall- Joe Lee Wedman, Harold Liggett and Eugene Flaherty. Mrs. J. M. Kilgore played organ selections. Burial was in Highland Cemetery where the American Legion held a graveside service. GEORGE H. MARSHALL Services for George H. Marshall, who died Feb. 24, were held yesterday at the Lamb Funeral Home. Dr. Raymond Jennings and Dr. A. B. Martin officiated. Pallbearers were R. M. Clogston, J. R. Cheney, E. W. Barnes, Orlis Cox, H. D. McGrath and J. J. Pinney. Prof. Edgar D. Kerr was soloist accompanied by Mrs. Kerr. Bural was in the Garnett Cemetery, Garnett. MRS. MABEL HOLMES Services for'Mrs. Mabel Frances Baker Holmes, who died Feb. 25, were at Towner's Chapel, Feb. 27. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. PaUberers were 0. H. Brock, J. W. Sutton, Neldo Saathoff, Alfred Harrison, Harley P. Cover and Russell Wiggins. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Groups attending were Beta Sigma Phi sorority, and American Legion auxiliary. Mrs. Dave Bunch, Auxiliary president, presented the flag. MRS. FLORA PACE Services for Mrs. Flora Straub, Pace, 70, a former Franklin County resident, will be at 2 tomorrow at the Washington Creek Brethren Church near Overbrook with burial in the Washington Creek Cemetery. Mrs. Pace, a resident of Overbrook for several years, died Tuesday in St. Joseph hospital St. Joseph, Mo., where she had lived for some time. Mrs. Pace was born in Frank lin County Oct. 6, 1892 and is survived by her widower, Clyde of the home; two sons, Christian Straub, Long Beach, Calif., and Charley Straub, St. Joseph; daughter, Mrs. Mary Lassen Overbrook; a step-son, John Straub, Altus, Okla.; three brothers, Walter and Roy Grammer both of Lawrence, and Samue Grammer, Vinland; six sisters Mrs. Cora Hoover, Mrs. Gertie Ewing, Mrs. Hazel Longfellow and Mrs. Susan McGree, all o Lawrence, Mrs. Nancy DeHoff Tonganoxie, and Mrs. Elva Cur rent, Ottawa and 15 grandchild ren. Baker Funeral Home, Over brook, is in charge of arrange ments. MRS. HAZELllJCE Mrs. Hazel Luce, Napa, Calif, formerly of Ottawa, died in a San Francisco, Calif., hospital Mon day night. She attended the Ot tawa schools. She is survived by the widow er; two daughters, Mrs. Shirlej Rae Early, Napa, and Donna, o the home; her mother, Mrs. Ar minta Elliott, and a brother, Cur tis Elliott, all of Napa and broth ers Roy Elliott, Pueblo, Colo, and Harvey Elliott, Wichita. Services will be at Napa Thuri sions. Feature of the special gather- ng, which it is hoped will become an annual event, will be a >lay which the Ottawa University dramatics department will present. Planning the event are the rep- esentatives of each club who are: Rotary, Rev. Charles Knight, president, and Robert Shields, vice president; Kiwanis, Charles rillette, president, and Max Drake, vice president: Lions, Al Harvey, president, and Frank Shull, vice president, and Don Lauver. day. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.4 Shelled Corn 1.1 Ear Corn 1.0 Milo .. Barley Oats . Rye 1.7 1.0 8 1.00 Butterfat 47, 4. Eggs Grade Eggs Hens 20c 32c, 25c, 20 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 200; calves I'OO; steady; utility and commercial cows 14.50-16.00; good vealers 20.00-24.00. Hogs 2.800; moderately active barrows and gilts steady to 2E higher; barrows and gilts 1-3 14.00-15.25; sown 1-3 12.75-13.75. Sheep 100; native wooled lambt, 17.50-11.60; slaughter ewes 5.00- I.W. Nine Killed In Plane Explosion FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP)-A KC135 jet tanker taking off from Eielson Air Force Base exploded over a guard house at an entrance to the field Wednesday night, killing nine persons. All seven aboard the plane were killed. The other two died when the explosion flattened the guard house and a nearby waiting room. A witness said that as the plane passed over the guard house, flames appeared and then it exploded. The four-engined plane veered to the left and crashed about a quarter of a mile from the gate. It smashed into the Alaska Highway, which runs by the base to Fairbanks, 26 miles to the north. On board the KC135, used to refuel Strategic Air Command bombers in flight, were the pilot, a copilot, a navigator and four technicians. The tanker was on a refueling mission. By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) - Dismay and disarray. Those two words paint a world which' all in a few weeks changed Irom cheery to bleary. What looked nice turned to ice. Peace became as slippery as grease. Talk—big, hot, critical, nagging, and some of it just bombast — compounded the human predicament which for a short time, as it turned out, had seemed as quiet as a lily pad on a mill pond in the evening. It was only a few weeks ago —after Premier Khrushchev had meekly pocketed his Cuban missiles and shut his lip—that even President Kennedy was moved to think things might be getting better. Then French President de Gaulle threw a match in the gasoline can. To show he looked upon the British almost as intruders in Europe, he called them "Anglo-Saxons" and blackballed membership for them in the exclusive international club called the Common Market. And, if this wasn't enough to upset the alliance, he snubbed the United States by turning down Kennedy's still vague plan for some kind of NATO pool of nuclear weapons. The British promptly criticized him. So did the United States. And, as if things weren't fouled up enough, the United States criticized Canada, which had been minding its own business, for not using U.S. nuclear weapons. The Canadians criticized back. And in England, meanwhile, Prime Minister Macmillan was being criticized for accepting Kennedy's offer of Polaris missiles instead of Skybolt missiles which Americans now said weren't as good. Dismay swept Congress when it began to realize Khrushchev was playing with a marked deck. He had pulled his missiles out of Cuba but not thousandb of Soviet troops. So, it turned out, he wasn't being so meek after all. Republicans in Congress criticized Kennedy's foreign policy. Democrats in Congress criticized Republicans for criticizing Kennedy which, they said, was certainly contrary to bipartisan foreign policy as they understood it. The Red Chinese had been nagging their Russian friends for talking peaceful coexistence and the Russians nagged them for being reactionaries for not wanting it. Western eyes got big with a luminous look: They envisioned a kind of Communist earthquake which would split apart the Communist world. The eyes clouded, however, when Khrushchev fell all over the Chinese ambassador at a party. The Chinese, who could recognize soft soap when they smelled it, nagged harder than ever. And two days later, with almost strident criticism, they showed they were not mollified at all. hit and the two-man crew was uninjured. But some members of Congress called for "hot pursuit" the next time it happened although they didn't know how or why it happened the first time; Americans were still nursing their feelings over this escapade when Soviet Defense Minister Rodion Malinovsky — although why he butted in isn't clear — announced an American attack on Cuba meant war with Russia. And Wednesday Khrushchev denounced American "wild men" for talking about invading Cuba and practically promised to eat the "big sharks" of American "imperialism." So things are back to normal and everybody can relax for half a second. Fined $50 For Assault, Battery Dalton Kehl, 1005 W. 6th, paid a $50 fine in police court this morning after he entered a plea of guilty to charges of assault and battery. Paul Jackson, 1531 S. Main, posted $250 after he pleaded no' guilty to a charge of driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs. His trial was set for March 28. John Simmon, Ottawa Univer sity, was fined $15 after he plead ed guilty to driving with a defective muffler. The fine was suspended on condition the muffler is replaced within one week. The following persons forfeited bond upon failure to appear in court today. They are: Gerald Cole, Princeton, speeding, bond $20; Phil Minden, Paola, speeding, bond $15; Clyde Stogsdill, 212V6 S. Main, overtime parking violation, bond $6; Gerald McGrath, driving the wrong way on a one-way street, bond $10; Grace Mackler, RFD 1, Ottawa, illegal muffler, bond $15. Legate rote In the City of Ottawa, Kansas must appear In period at my office in the city Hail. ..,.-•' •;• •..; ••;•-,• •• ••. Special Arrangements may be 'made for the tick or disabled or persona an- cent from the State. Donald H. Capper City Clerk COUNTY CtEftK'S STATEMENT of Fund Bills for January, 1W3, As audited and Allowed by the Board of Franklin County Com- Issloners. Welfare Vmi. The Individual names and amounts of payments: for 'Old Age Assistance, Aid to the Blind, .' Aid to Dependent Children, Aid to the Disabled, and. General Assistance will not be published and are listed herewith in total. In accordance with the provisions of Chapter aai Laws of Kansas 1W3. a public file showing the names and addresses of all recipients receiving payments under said act, together With the amounts paid, are required to be kept in the offices of the County Clerk and the County Welfare Office and is opened to the public for inspection at all times during the regular office hours. Old Age Assistance $30 407 48 Aid to the Blind 23B.50 Aid to Dept. Children 7;B78.62 Aid to the Disabled 469980 General Assistance . . 3,365.37 Administration . . . . ..'.... 5,173.71 Total Welfare Fund $51,863.48 Attest: Bruce Spears, County Clerk. (Seal) Salary Fuid Sileen Bowman, salary . . . .$ 153.00 . H. Button, same 229.33 ilmeda Edwards, same . .. 406.70 Joseph Ferns, same 35393 Max Oilmore, same 347.32 rirglnla Hoffman, same .. . 23V1.00 Llva Hoover, same 87.40 Of elita Ivey, same 329 21 Carguerite Koehler, same .. 255.00 Evelyn McKlnley, same .. . 235.00 lobert Melton, same .. .. . 265.00 Velva Mott, same 24000 lavenna Oakes, same 21500 lobert Pinet, same 575 52 ?nrrie Flake, same . . ..... 150.00 tlaurice Ponton, same .... 477.51 freas. St. Retm., same .. .. 10.00 Velma Powers, came . . . 255 00 Sari Richardson, same .. .. 229.33 Sdna Richardson, same .. . 255.0J Tames Richardson, same . . 300.00 Ruby Sanf ord, same 275 00 ?ete Selbel, same 260 00 2arJ Sherman, same 12500 fctyra Smay, same 230.00 Bruce Spears, same . . . 439 36 Dorothy Thomson, same .. . 255.00 Mary Troutman, same 230 00 3ecil Vlnlng, same 229.33 Roselyn Whlrley, same . ... 255.00 Don White, same 376.25 Grace Wilson, same 230 00 Christina Woke, same .... 315.33 George Atchison, same .. . 226.80 Donald Averill, same 136.35 O. Breckenrldge, same . ... 136.35 Henry Carez, same 132.97 ; Clyde Chambers, same .. .. 93.15 Bernice Childs, same 186.30 Edith Crandall, same 15S.80 Curtis Devore same . . 118 80 Knud Elben, same 202.50 Josephine Evans, same .. .. 106.65 Lucian Fabert, same 54.00 Max Hetrick same .. .. 5333 Hazel Hough, same ..... 180 00 r Carl Richardson, same .. .. 170.78 M. Shaughnessy, same .... 136.35 Lional Shaw, same 213.30 E. G. Stlth, same 12015 Clyde Wyatt same' .... 11610 TOTALS . $ 11 675 65 Health Lejrafc Max Gilmore, i mil., exp, . . . 405.0! Max Gilmore, ' prls. malnt... 31'O.OU Jim Richardson, mil., exp.. 343.71 Robert Melton, same . . . 60.H Marilyn Schaub, bounty .. . 2.0C Roy Latlmer, same S.W J A QOracke same , • 2 OC Mrs. E. Reevey, same 2.W Ray. Eversmeyer, same ... 2.0\ Foster Roberts, same , . / . . 2 (K Ralph: Nelson, same .. ..... 2.(X Larry Milllken, same . i .... 2 Of Jim Weldner, name e W Dale Ackerman, same 3.W 0. M. Watkins, same a.W O. Atchison, asses, mile. ... 33.21 Donald Averill, game 1491 O. L. Breckenrldge, same .. 14.21 Clyde Chambers, same .. . 15,7 C. L. DeVore, same 1371 Chas. Wells, same 33 gj Payroll, salaries .. .... ..'. n,m* T. J. Cummlngs, postage ... 939.9 TOTAL ...... . in am i • Franklin County Highway Dept. Edward Seyler, itt-of way ..» 39561 D-A Lub. Co., Inc., sup. ... 95 T Brown's HwHr earn a 11 '•< Carter-Waters, same 65 HC Concrete Mat., rock 2925 - 3J Kaiser Drugs, supplies .... ' i. 3 e Ottawa Tractor, same 4211 Reeves Rpr. Shop, rprs s.Oi Ray Eaton, pipe .. H j^ St. Hwy. Com., supplies ... 13 86 Fogle Quarry, rock .. .... 2 172 6C Brown's Hwdr., supplies .. . 3311 Cannady Supply, supplies .. st.M Capital Truck, freight 3.0C Wtr. & Lgt. Co., serv 32 9« Concrete Mat., rock 82811 J. L. Conway, appraising ... l27 - .6i nirfrt' C ™ W t y ' Brmde brm - •• 600 -« Didde Or. Sup., sup 93 9 Fred Gardner, misc. exp. .'. 643 Gas Serv. Co., scrv 83 1 Fr. Co. Treas., tags.tltle ... 92'oi Giles Quarry, rock 38 o l Hubbard Lmbr., wallboard . 22 Hughes Auto, parts 91 8 Johnson-Golden, parts . . . 51 2 Kaiser Drug, supplies .... 30 R. F. Killough, assprlaslng. 100 Oi Lockwood Co., supplies . . . . ls.3 Martin Tractor Co., parts . . 83 4 C Nauman, ripping planks . 7' 6 Ottawa Blue Print, sup. ... 73 Ottawa co-op, game 4731 Ottawa Hardware, sup 17 4 Ottawa Tractor, rope 3 Penny's, concrete 120 C V. L. Phillips Co., parts .... 185.1 Payroll, salaries 13 444 g Reisbig Oil, fuel ' 39 9 Reliable, freight 5.5 D. D. Richards, supplies ... 7! Sam's Tire, repairs 4.1 Harry Smith Auto, parts ... 231.9 S. W. Bell Tele., service 42.1 Standard Oil, supplies 729.1 Weidmann Tire, battery tst. 15.« Todd Ins., comp ins 445 2 Martin Tractor, mach 3,704.( TOTAL $27 737 ( Cook, Flatt & Skoog Eng. Completion of Plans 800.( Appanoose Township Road Fr. Co. Hy. Dept., sup $ 19. Franklin Township Road Fogle Quarry, rock $ 140. Dept. of Adm. St.. '/4 ss .... 29. Hostetter Hdw. Co., sup. ... 1. Greenwood Township Road Fr. Co. Hy. Dept., sup $ 44. Harrison Township Road Male Help Wanted —19 CUSTODIAN' - Elderly man preferred. University job. Apply at Kansas State Employment. 2nd and Cedar. Buick and Pontiac preferred. Must be experienced with Dyna- flows and Hydramatics. 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. Female Help Wanted —24 SALESLADY for Drapery Dept., Full time, Sewing experience helpful. Quin Furniture Go. TWO LADIES — with car to help with our Spring Rush of Business. Part time, $40.00 per week. Write Box W-84, c-o Ottawa Her- aid, Ottawa, Kansas. WANTED Sewing Machine OPERATORS Work from 8 to 5 - 5 days a week. Paid Holidays, Sick benefits — Experience not necessary — Ages 18-45. Make application at the Kansas State Employment Agency or BRUCE COMPANY, Inc. Subsidiary of the H. D. Lee Company. 120 E. 15th General Services —29 TOTAL $ 1,488.20 Noxious Weed "loyd Higdon, salary t 285.00 olio Thompson, same .. .. 260.00 TOTAL $ 545.00 Special Auto reone Hollinger, salary ...t 193.20 fanda Kirkland, same .. .. 193.20 [arcellne Ralston, same . 121.80 Kay Shaffer, same 230.00 OU To Employ Resources Man Dean Stuart, Kansas City, will join the Ottawa University staff tomorrow as a resources counselor. A graduate of the university in 1956, he has spent the last few years as district Boy Scout executive in the Kansas City area. His new duties will include fund raising for various university projects. He and Mrs. Staurt will live in an apartment in Haigh Meadow on East llth. Jerle Atchison, salary arry Barnhart, same .. eddy Bamhart, same .. . a von Bates, same irpha Bearly, same ay Brown, same H. F. Burroughs, same . .. . M. Carrow. same . M. Carrow, same . A. Cole, same . [arold Crockett, same . ... Clifford Crump, same . .. .rthui Deane, same George Denker, same .. .. Villlam Fanning, same ... Morris Ferguson, same .. . C. R. Firestone, same .. .. Donald Fischer, same 260.00 oanne Frltts, same 58.80 \. A. Gardner, same 600.00 D. I. Goodwill, same 270.60 M. M. Green, same 260.00 Frank Gretencord, same . . 163.91 G. W. Griffin, same 260.00 B. E. Hamilton, same 163.82 H. L. Howell, same 159.67 Karl Huff ord, same 118.70 Toy Gun Holds Boy's "Interests" MERRIAM, Kan. (AP)-Randy Caulfield got his 3-year-old curiosity aroused by a toy cannon. He stuck his arm in the barrel. Randy couldn't get it out. His mother, Mrs. Calin Caulfield, called police. The officer called Mefle Balcom, the city's street commissioner. Balcom used a hacksaw and snippers to free the boy. Randy remained glum until he was freed. Right at this point Khrushchev announced Russia would defend Red China from attack. This must have astonished the Chinese since nobody had been attacking them or even talking of it. It probably didn't change them. Meanwhile Khrushchev had set the Americans to biting at one another by suddenly promising to remove some of his troops in Cuba but not all. He didn't have to be a magician to figure what came next: Demands in this country that Kennedy get the Russians out of Cuba although how he could do it without getting into war with Russia is something no one has explained yet. While all this got the kettle boiling like in the olden days of a few months ago, two planes, which the United States said had come from Cuba, attacked a shrimp boat between this country and Cuba. Fidel Castro denied the charge, The boat was unmarked and un- Legals (First Published February 25, 1963) (Last Published March 1, 1963) SPECIAL REGISTRATION NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY 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. ant 9 o'clock p.m., from the 4th day o March, 1863 to the 8th day of March 19G3, both dates inclusive, and that sale registration books will be closed on the last named date at 8 o'clock p.m for the purpose of registering to vote at the Primary Election to be held in 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 ware thirty days or more, and have attain ed the age of 21 years, you must regis ter before you will be eligible to vote in said City. IF you have previously registered to vote hi said City and failed to vote a the General Election neld in said City in November, 1862 and have not since re-registered, you must re-register. If you have moved from your house or street number wnere 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 See SMITH for INSURANCE Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberta Lamb Funeral Home HAGAR—Funeral Services for Noble H. Hagar will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. .Friday from Towner's Chapel. Interment will be in Highland Cemetery. rla Licktelg, same .. tfary Mickey, same . ue Morris, same .. . osalie Osburn, same ewell Spratt, same . 220.00 206.25 324.00 180.15 436.00 121.80 TOTAL $ Road & Bridge 738.20 CRANE PLUMBING Fixtures. Underwood Plbg., CH 2-1264. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter CH 2-3659 BABYSITTING in my home. 843 S. Cherry. CH 2-4388. References. PLASTERING, Patch Plastering, Stuccoing. — CH 2-3518. Free estimates. Fr. Co. Bindweed Dept., sup. * Fr. Co. Hy. Dept., labor 25.57 37.14 Hayes Township Road Fr. Co. Hy. Dept.. sup $ 1,238.11 Homewood Township Road Fr. Co. Hy. Dept.. sup $ 995.61 Dept. of Adm. St., V* ss .... 21.87 Lincoln Township Foad Fr. Co. Hy. Dept.. sup. ... 9.05 Ottawa Township Road Fr. Co. Hy. Dept., rk, Ibr. ..» 196.34 Price Oil Co., sup 96.09 .1 280.00 192.17 275.00 260.00 280.00 260.00 260.00 203.47 325.35 203.47 260.00 260.00 260.00 260.00 260.00 244.45 387.09 Peorla Township Road Concrete Materials, rock ...$2,751.20 Downey's Serv. St*.. sup. .. 129.16 Economy Serv. Sta., same . 12.97 Fogle Quarry, rock 8.35 Fi. Co. Hy. Dept., sup 8.00 Estel Northway, rock haul.. 549.25 Elton Vickers, labor- 20.00 Weidmann Tire, repairs .. . 8.50 Glenn Woods, haul rock 256.50 U.S. Rev. Dept., withhold .. 116.30 S. S. Adm., social sec. ... 57.53 Pottawatomle Township Road Fr. Co. Hy. Dept., labor .. I 96.76 STEAM1NG, PAPERING. Paint: mg - Conrad's Painters. CH 2-32W. WATER WELLS and Cisterns — Dug and Cleaned, 35 years experience, Phone Jack Bell — Spring Hill, Kansas, 686-3647. DEAL ANIMALS removed. Standard Rendering Co. CaD collect Ottawa CH 2-1064 BURGOON Const. Co. General carpenterning. Cement work Phone CH 2-1451. Ill S. Oak, Ottawa, Kansas. Richmond Township Road Richmond Oil Co., sup $ 33.25 Fr. Co. Hy. Dept., Ibr 72.41 Williaitubnrg TJownship Boad Best Truck Lines, freight ..$ 7.38 Fr. Co. Hy, supplien 102.14 Hughes Auto Parts, sup. ... .14 National Engr. Co.. parts .. 552.25 Fogle Quarry, rocfc 197.85 J. L. Hull, same 260.00 'eter Johannes, same 203.47 Karl Johnson, same ... F. Johnson, same .. John La Follette, same Walter Landess, same . H. E. May, same Floyd McCurdy, same 146,96 362.09 260.00 280.00 203.47 275.00 290.00 260.00 260.00 Leonard Matteson, same I. E. Meharry, same .. Javid Reekie, same .. E. Reekie, same 275.00 W. J. Reekie, same 36.25 W. H. Rodgers, same 260.00 John Schulz, same 300.00 Jim Sheler, same 260.00 C. L. Shepherd, same 260.00 L. J. Shepherd, same 37.50 Ralph Shepherd, same 280.00 Clifford Sink, same 260.00 F. J. Stansbury, same Thomas Stevenson, same 275.00 325.00 Elmo Tlllery, same 203.48 N. L. Tulloss, same 255.00 C. I. Turner, same 280.00 Aethel Wadklns, same 300.01) William West, same 270.00 TOTAL ..,113,444.82 General 79.73 977.97 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 Service! section McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4931 Colbern's, KCC Inch t Nltcher's Flooring, rpr. Chlsm, jail repair 1,091.65 Penny's Con. Co., same .... 94.98 W. J. Robinson, rprs 120.00 Staffer Elect., same 21.26 Lockwood, of. Sup 353.76 Lattlmore-Flnk, lab. tests . 25.00 Anderson-Byrd, at. fees .. . 848.29 Tollman, printing 571.25 A. Eeed Wilson, sup. Ks. Elec. Serv., serv. •• ..... R. L. Folk & Co., city dir. .. Oas Serv. Co., service ..... Raney Drug, supplies . ... Nuzman Lmbr, Co., rprs. ... Central Check, nrt. checks , Dr. D. O. Laury, serv. ••••• Credit Bureau, dues ....... Ottawa Typewriter, sup. . .. Bently & Simon, robe ..... Fat's Electric, serv ........ Address.-Multl., supplies . Reliable, freight ............ H. Allecbach, M.D., atpsy... J. G. Kahler, service ..... J. V. Doty, same ......... 8. W. Bell Tele., serv ...... City Wtr. It Lgt., same ..... City of Ottawa, dsptchr. ... D. R. Capper, regs. fees .... G. Bernard Co., sup ........ Budge's, sup. crt. house ... J. H. Button, mil., exp ...... Cert. Elec. Divn., sup ...... Copies, Inc., sup co. supt. .. Joel Cutting, sup ......... Dick's, sup-KOC meet ...... Dldde Of. Sup., sup. ....... Doyle McBrayer, trnscpt. .. J. V. Doty, prof, serv ...... Almeda Edwards, ezp ..... Glen Hay ward, fair bdgt. ... L. C. Hunter, '/a scs budt. .. Ralph Hopkins, hauling .. .. J. C. Kahler, prof, serv ..... KB. Co. Treas. Assn., duel . J. v. Doty, prof, serv ...... M. Linnenberger, malnt. .,. Lister Hwdr., jail rpr ..... Lockwood Co., sup ........ Inst. It Coot. K.U., school .. Meatman-Gorton, rprs. .. .. Ottawa Herald, pub ........ Ottawa Engr. Co., Phtsts. .. Ottawa Ins. Agency, bond . Ottawa Laundry, laundry .. J. B. Pierson, prof, serv. ... R. L. Pinet, same ........ B. L. Pinet, mil., exp ...... Earl Richardson, same .. .. Alfred Rybolt, ballff serv. .. Pete Beibel, ezp .......... Smith Ins., bond Dr. Laury. Smith Ins,, bond, ferns ..... Earry Smith Auto, sup ..... Bruce Spears, misc. bills . . . U. 8. Civil Defense '63 due*. Cecil Vtning, mil., tip ...... WJihtman's" labor 150.47 80.00 138. CO 284.81 5.54 25.70 102.65 25.00 15.00 33.45 80.60 12.00 6.25 4.77 75.00 10.00 10.00 274.09 171.82 212.00 152.50 144.84 4.85 37.19 77.36 29.25 3.80 11.50 227.24 24.20 20.00 2.30 300.00 650.00 10.00 35.00 5.00 150.00 25.00 193.77 108.16 20.74 681.21 35.39 174.80 18.80 9.60 10.00 15.40 11.73 14.61 10.00 6.95 11.50 11.50 3.34 11.63 7.50 Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -PayCash 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 void 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 Me per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 2 insertions no change .. fl.M) Out of trade territory. 6c per word per insertion, no discount. Blind Ads - We extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available Livestock —34 2 ANGUS STEERS - 3 Angus Heifers. Weight 400 pounds. — CH 2-4657. HORSE SALE Thursday evening, Feb. 28, Franklin County Sale Company Inc., Vi mile North of Ottawa, Manager Charles Beatty, Lyndon. 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. Seeds. Feeds, Pert. —36 In Memoriam Loving memory of Henry Wadkins on his birthday, February 22: Thinking of you and always loving and lonely, — Peggy. FOR SALE - Alfalfa hay. Will deliver. — CH 2-5899. Evenings. 1,200 BALES ALFALFA Hay Matt Floersch, CH 2-4970. LESPEDEZA seed, 14 cents pound, CH 2-4217, Ottawa. GOOD wired-tied alfalfa hay S mi. W. Centropolis. First house North. Arthur Hopkins. Misc. For Sale —40 USED Electric Refrigerator. In good working condition, $39.95. Firestone Stores. Notices —8 Ottawa White Shrine No. 19. I Reg. Regular meeting 7:30 p.m. Special Memorial Service. Lola Sellers—W. Scribe pro-tern Calista Roth-W.HJ. Nurseries — Beads — lUtd WilMB, «up 3.T6 K.50 Plants —16 Expert Landscaping FREE: Consultation Phone CH 2-2525 for appointment Willis Garden Center Budget Terms S£h & Cherry SALE DATES Harold Stewart A Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas March 5 — Night Consignment ' Ron* Sale, Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. March 11 — Night consignment horse sale. Lawrence Livestock Commission Company, East llth Street, Lawrence, Kansas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude-91* Howard-*. Ottawa RFD 4. Pranklip County Bale Company Hl*«nr Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway SB. MARCH 7 — Bruce Hayei Farm Sate, B miles East of Ottawa on Logan. I mile North, V* Bast. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Ovarbrooi UvMtoct Sal*, Ovcrkmfc, Kansas Bvary Wednetday Bvtry Prtdav - Allen County Uf*> •lock 4jnlla» da* CM* Kansas. Print) and Boa Ben Printy CH 2-1974 community night i p.«.. 11* •Tapen Man «

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