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ff::;^ 8 TOE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March 12, 1963 Young Scientists Display Handiwork ALL ABOUT ROCKS — These fourth graders at Garfield School look over their class* display of rocks and minerals at school science fair. Here Leanne Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bush, RFD 3, Ottawa, and Mary Ann Marzolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Marzolf, 1223 S. Main, look at model volcano made by fellow student. PTA members viewed fair displays last night. (Herald Photo) News Briefs Total carloads moved over Santa Fe System lines for the week ending March 9, were 34,274 compared with 33,499 for the same week a year ago. Cars received from connections totaled 13,519 compared with 12,134 for the same week a year ago. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv. Liberty Community club will hold a potluck supper Friday at 7 p.m Well Child Clinic will be held at the Co-Op building Friday from 9:30 a.m. until noon. For appointments call CH 2-3929. Princeton Community club will be Friday at 8 p.m. The program will bo presented by the Bernhardt dancing school and the Sweet Adelines. Refreshments will be cup cakes. Relatives from out-of-town attending the funeral of James T. Magrath March 11 were Edward Magrath, Kansas City; Dr. and Mrs. Joe Magrath, McCook, Neb.; Mrs. Emily Magrath, Erne- line and Michael, Cheyenne, Wyo. Rita Magrath, Minneapolis, Minn., and Mary Delores Magrath, Carmelea Magrath and Marie Santee, Kansas City. William W. Johnson and Eddie L. Cox, both of Pomona, waived preliminary hearings yesterday in county court and were bound over to the April term of District Court on charges of grand larceny in connection with the apparent attempted theft of a calf from the Nick Hudelson farm near Pomona. Illness Forces Rev. Ingle To Give Up Pastorship REV. THOMAS INGLE Are You Assessed? Franklin County assessors all have nearly completed their door- to-door rounds, Bruce Spears, county clerk said today, adding that anyone who has not yet been assessed should call his office to arrange a meeting with an assessor. Spears reminded Franklin County residents that they must have a tax receipt in order to purchase an auto license plate next year, and he said all property must be enumerated and listed in his office for the county to participate fully in any state funds due. Anyone who has not been assessed should call the clerk's office CHerry 2-1471. Keith Van Valkenberg, Williamsburg, waived preliminary hearing in county court yesterday and was bound over to the April term of District Court on charges of burglary and grand larceny. Larry VI. Dimon has been sentenced to 120 days in the Franklin County jail after entering pleas of guilty to four counts of issuing insufficient fund checks. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail on each count. Franklin County Nurses will meet Wednesday evening in the staff room of Ransom Memorial Hospital. The program will include a film showing. Funerals JAMES T. MAGRATH Services for James T. Magrath, who died March 7, were at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Emerald, March 11. Father John Harrington officiated. Pallbearers were Mike Collins, Emmett McEvoy, Frank Fay, Raymond Mulcahey, Charles O'Neill and Harold McDonald. Burial was in Emerald Cemetery. The rosary was recited at the Lamb Funeral Home March 10. DAVID PETERSON Services for David Peterson, l^K) died March 8, were at Dengel and Son Mortuary March 11. IU>V. Leopold Hoppe officiated. Pjiilbearers were Tom Powers, • North, Shelley Ryan, Ward Robert Barnhisel and >y Stanhope. C. J. Milton hymns accompanied by Mrs L. Stevens. Burial was in Cemetery. Would Repeal Fag Law Rev. Thomas Ingle, who would have begun his fifth year of preaching at North Ottawa Baptist Church, has asked to be released from his duties as pastor. He has been ill with a heart ailment for the last several months, and, due to complica tions, his physicians recommend complete rest for some time. He is at present in the Kansas University Medical Center undergoing examination and treatment. His room number is 405D, and he enjoys hearing from h i s many friends. The Ingle family plans to remain in Ottawa. Horton Presley, professor of English, Ottawa University, is filling the pulpit until a-full time pastor can be obtained. Rev. Jerry Tyler, former pastor now of Parsons, will be guest speaker at the morning service March 24. TOPEKA (AP) - The Kansas House tentatively approved a bill today to repeal a law making it illegal to give or sell cigarettes to anyone under 21 years of age. The bill will be up for final vote in the House Wednesday. The bill, as introduced, would have lowered the present minimum age from 21 to 18. But Rep. Clyde Hill, R-Yates Center, proposed an amendment taking out the minimum age altogether. "Anyone who has 30 cents, or what ever it takes to operate a vending machine, can purchase cigarettes today," said Hill. Rep. John Oakes, R-Parsons, author of the original bill, said he fears the change might result in defeat for the measure. He said the original intent was to bring the age down so that college students, at least, could legally purchase cigarettes. Former OU Coach Dies A former Ottawa University footbali coach, Col. Alpha Brumage, 82, died in a San Antonio hospital yesterday. Colonel Brumage, a retired Army officer, coached at Ottawa University in 1906 and 1907. He was captain of the University of Kansas football team in 1903. After leaving the Ottawa staff he coached at William Jewell in 1908 and 1909 and at the Virginia Military Institute in 1911. Vandals 'Cook' Mess In Kitchen Vandals heaped cans of spices, sugar and sauces on a table in the kitchen of Lincoln School, 728 N. Cedar, last night and mixed their destruction into a sticky "mess" with tea towels included. The police said today that the vandals entered the school through an unlocked restroom window and got into the kitchen by prying open a serving door from the dining room. Investigators said all the spices and other foods were piled on a table and mixed. The empty cans were thrown on the floor. Officers checked the school for the possibility of burglary, but said there were no signs that anything had been stolen. They were checking the empty cans today for finger prints. LEARNING ABOUT WEATHER - Andy Stauffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Stauffer, 1332 S. Muberry, reads about function of anemometer in foreground at Garfield School Science Fair. Andy and other Garfield pupils built and developed projects for the fair in biological and physical science. Anemometer was made by students and is used to measure force of wind. (Herald Photo) Plan Youth Day At State Hospital Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.47 Ear corn 1.10 Shelled corn 1.15 Milo 1.78 Barley 4.... 1.08 Oats 81 Rye i.oo Butterfat 47, .42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c Hens H KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 4,000; calves 25; slaughter steers steady to 25-50 lower; heifers steady to 25 lower; cows weak to 25 lower; vealers unchanged; calves steady to 1.00 lower; feeders steady to weak; choice steers 21.75-22.50; good and choice 21.2V 75; good 20.00-21.50; utility and commercial cows 14.75-18.50; good and choice slaughter calves 20.0024.00; good and choice vealers 24.00-29.00; good and choice feeder steers 23,50-26.50; good and choice heifers 21.00-22.75; good and choice steers calves 25.0030.00; heifers 22.50-25.00. Hogs 3,600; barrows and gilts strong to 25 higher; sows steady, 190-250 Ib barrows and gilts 14 2560; 275-4'OQ Ib sows 13.00-50; 400690 Ib 12.00-13.00. Sheep 2,000; slaughter lambs steady to 50 lower; ewes steady, 18.25; good and choice 17.50-18.50, choice to prime wooled lambs choice to prime 19.00; choice and prime No 2 pelts 17.60; choice and prime IB.50; cull to good ewes 6.00-7.00; utility 7.25. OSAWATOMIE - Forty students from 20 high schools in Southwestern Kansas will take over the administration of the Osawatomie State Hospital Thursday, March 14. The 1050-bed mental hospital has designated March 14 as "Youth Administration Day" for senior students. Participating are schools which last year sent students to the hospital's annual High School Career Days. Students will don the long white coats of a psychiatrist, medical doctor, dentist, X-ray or laboratory technicians; others will wear the starched cap of the registered nurses or the uniform of the psychiatric aide. One will become superintendent, another business manager. Others will assume the roles of the social worker, psychologist, chief engineer, chaplain, dietitian, librarian, personnel officer accountant or music recreation, art and crafts therapists. Students who may not be in- interested in professional careers will learn about the variety of occupations that are important to the hospital's operation: the main- warehouse workers, the cooks, clerks and secretaries. "Youth Administration Day is a new experience and an experiment for the students and the staff," said hospital superintendent Dr. George Zubowicz. "Youth management of city and state governments is a familiar procedure, but as far as we know this is the first time that such a program has been carried out at a mental hospital. School administrators and hospital staff have accepted the idea enthusiastically. Now we will have to learn if we both gain from it." Deaths The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. County Will Sell Road Equipment The Franklin County commissioners have released a notice to bidders that the surplus used road equipment of 12 townships will be sold to the highest bidder on Friday. March 29. arid that the commission will take sealed bids on the equipment until 10 a.m. on that day. The equipment has been appraised by the county, and each township credited with the appraised value under the regulations of the statute regarding the assumption of township equipment by the county under the unit road system adopted by the voters in last November's general election. The equipment includes graders, mowers, sprayers and other kinds of road equipment. Bids may be made on any number of pieces of equipment, and the commission has reserved the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities to determine which is the best bid. ED BERRY Ed Berry, 87, Richmond, died Monday at 9 p.m. at McLeod Nursing Home, Garnett, where he had lived since the first of the year. He was born in Calhoun County, 111., Feb. 12, 1876, and had lived in Anderson County since 1892. He was a member of Garnett Methodist Church. On Feb. 11, 1902, he married Floy Walker who survives. Other survivors are two sons Clyde, Richmond, and Robert, Garnett; three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. MRS. MINNIE A. PRICE Services for Mrs. Minnie A. Price, 73, Marysville, Calif., formerly of Franklin County, were held in Marysville March 9. She died from a stroke hi the Marysville Hospital March 5, after several months of failing health. Her husband, Walter Price, died in May, 1960. Mr. and Mrs. Price lived around Ottawa until 1950 when they moved to Oliverhurst, Calif. Preceding this move they lived on a farm north of Williamsburg. Surviving are six children, Mrs. Gladys Putynkowski and Mrs. Oneda Mitchell, Marysville; Mrs. Treva Adkins, Sacremento, Calif.; Clifford Price, address unknown; Gilbert Price, Scandia, and Mrs. William Robbing, Ottawa; 15 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Maggie Powell, Tipton, Mo. MRS. NELL"GZELL Mrs. Nell (Bell) Gzell, 88, Wichita, sister of Mrs. Jennie Kelsey, Cedar House nursing home, died Sunday. She was born in Richmond, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Bell She is the widow of the late Dr. G. F. Gzell. Services were today hi Wichita. ARCHIE C. BRYAN Archie C. Bryan, 81, a resident of the Richmond area more than 20 years, died Sunday 'evening in Anderson County Hospital. He was taken to the hospital Saturday after he fractured a thigh in a fall. Mr. Bryan and his wife had been cared for at the McLeod rest home in Garnett the past three weeks. Services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in Farris Chapel, Garnett. Rev. Wilbur Purvis will officiate. Burial will be in Richmond Cemetery. Mr. Bryan came to Kansas in 1888 and married in February, 1903. Surviving besides the widow are two sons, Harold, Los Angeles, Calif.; and Arnold, Shawnee; one daughter, Mrs. Nadine Haney.. St. George, Utah; eight grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Stella Staves, Kentucky. Hospital Notes Admissions Robert Masonj, Pomona; Mrs, Donald Norton, RFD 4; Mrs Kathryn E 1 1 i o 11, Osawatomie; John Haggard ffl, Waverly; John Schulte, 907 Ash; Will S. Baxter, 912 N. Oak, Monday George W. Mesigh, Pomona; Mrs Floyd 0. Perkins, 820 N. Main: Lola Wagner, Cedar House nursing home, Tuesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Donald Murray 712 Cypress, daughter, Monday weight, 7 Ib., 15 oz. Dismissals Terry Hargett RFD 2, Bald win; Jesse Hobbs, RFD 1; Elwood Kelley, Lane, transferred to Wadsworth VA Hospital, Tuesday. Legais NOTICE OF CAUCUS There will be a caucus of qualified electors belonging to the Citizen's par ty at the City Hall at 7:30 p.m., Tues day, March 12, 1963, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the off! ces of mayor, police judge, and five councilmen to be filled at the regula City election to be held on Tuesday April 2, 1963 at Pomona, Kansas. W. L. Nitcher Chairman MONTHLY REPORT City Clerk of Ottawa, Kansas At Close of Business February 28 1963. FUND BALANCE Airport $ 5,107.4 Flood Cont. Maint 9,674.4 Bond & Interest 75,706.0 Cem.—Highland 4,292.1 Cem.—High. Per. Res. . 2,358.1 Cem.—High., Walsh lot Perpetual Care .... 355.4 Cem.—Hope Per. Care . 735.0 General Operation . ... 108,028.7 Fire Equip. Fund 12,019.7 Spe. Lighting (Whtway) 5,648.8 Wtr. & Lgt. Dept 219,779.8 Const. Fund —141,837.9 Park. Mtr. Op 2,737.2 Park. Mtr. Sink. Fd 2,063.6 Park. Mtr. Res. Fd 5,600.0 Park. Mtr. Rpr. & Dep. .. 1,950.0 Social Sec. Fund 4,875.7 Utility & Com. Pro 5,656.5 Electric Const 107,219.4 Elec. Sink, Rev 13,171.0 Retirement, Emp 8,386.5 Gets Year PRATT, Kan. (AP)-Rodney K. Stone, 24, Pratt, was sentenced to a year in jail Monday on a fourth degree mans laughter charge in the death of Ross C. Ray, 51, who died March 5 following a fist fight. Total Fund Balances . . $453,528.1 RESERVE AND TRUST FUNDS: Cem.—High. Per Res. ..$17,000.0 Cem.—High., Walsh Lot Perpetual Care 2,000.0 Cem.&Hope, Per. Care . . 8,000.0- Wtr. & Lgt. Reserve 100,000.0 Park Mtr. Res 8,500.0 Total Reserve Fund . . .$135,5'00.0 TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . .$589,028.1 I hereby cretify the above statemen is correct. Donald R. Capper, City Clerk. RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION ORDERING THE IMPROVEMENT OF WILLOW STREET FROM THE SOUTH LINE OF WILLOW LANE TO A POINT WEST OF THE S. W. CORNER OF LOT 41, AND CHESTNUT STREET FROM THE SOUTH LINE OF WILLOW LANE TO A POINT WEST OF THE 8. W. CORNER OF LOT 3B, WILLOW ACRES ADDITION TO THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS AND PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE COST OF SAID IMPROVEMENT. WHEREAS, There is a need (or the Improvement of Willow Street from the South hie of Willow Lane to a Point West f the 8. W. corner of Lot 41, and Chestnut Street from the South line of Willow Lane to a point West of the W. corner of Lot 30, Willow Aeries Addition to the City of Ottawa, Kanas, and WHEREAS, Pursuant to a petition signed by E L Construction Company, Inc. and Jorothy O. Daugharthy, owners of more .nan 51 per cent of the property to be ncluded in the proposed benefit dls- rict, requesting the improvement of aid street without notice and hearing R required by Chapter 12, Article 6», G.B. 1881 Supp. to O.8. 1M», and, •WHEREAS, On the 6th day of March, 1963, the loverning Body of the City of Ottawa, Cansas, made a finding that said mprovement Is necessary, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE- OLVED by the Governing Body of he City of Ottawa, Kansas: Section 1. That Willow Street from the South line of Willow Lane to a point West of the 8. W. corner of Lot 41, and Chestnut Street from the South line of Willow Lane to a point West of the 8. W. corner of Lot 39, Willow Acres Addition to the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, be Improved. Section 2. That the general nature of said improvement shall be plain con. crete of an average thickness of B-Mi inches, 31 feet wide, monolithic curb and gutter and other facilities for the proper drainage of said pave, ment. Section 3. That the estimated cost of said improvement is $18,000. Section 4. That the extent of the benefit district to be created against which the cost of said improvement shall be assessed is as follows: Lots 26, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 39, 40, 41, 42 and 43, Willow Acres Addition to the City of Ottawa, Kansas, Franklin County. Section 5. That there is to be no apportionment of cost between the benefit district and the City at large. Section 6. That the cost and expense of said improvement shall be assessed on lots and tracts and parcels of ground contained in said benefit district as set forth in Section 4 of this Resolution according to the appraised value thereof without regard to the Improvements thereon, which value shall be ascertained as provided by law, and the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas shall provide for the payment of the costs .thereof by the issuance of Improvement bonds of said City, payable from assessments against the property bene- fitted, to-wlt: All of the Lots, tracts and parcels of ground contained in said benefll district as set forth in Section 4 oi this Resolution, which bonds shall be issued to mature in not more than 10 installments of approximately equal amounts each year, and said first such installment shall mature not more than two years after the date of the issuance and the las such Installment shall mature noi more than 11 years after the date ol Issuance, and such bonds shall beai interest at a rate not to exceed 5 per cent per annum, payable semi' annually. Special assessments shall be maturing and the interest thereon, as provided by law. Such as- sessmnets shall be made upon the property chargeable with the costs of such improvement and shall be levied and collected in the manner provided by law, but the assessed valuation of the property liable for such costs shall be established for the first year's assessment and shal be retained for the assesment foi the succeeding installments of sale bonds. Section 7. This Resolution is passed under the authority of 1961 Supp. to G.S. Kansas, 1949, Chapter 12, Article 6a, which Article contains the general paving and assessment law and related provisions. The foregoing Resolution was duly passed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas this 6th day of March, 1963. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk (First Published March 12, 1963) (Last Published March 26, 1963) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Franklin County Surplus, Vied Road Equipment Sealed proposals will be received a the office of the County Commission ers, Courthouse, Ottawa, Kansas, untl 10 a.m. March 29, 1963, at which time the proposals will be publicly openec and read aloud for the following used equipment; which is located in tb various Townships. Further Informa tion may be obtained from the Roa< Patrolmen in the Township, /.ppanoose Township: 1—8x14 Cedar Rapids Crusher Centropolis Township: 1—8x14 Cedar Rapids Crusher 1—1 Cu. Yd. Drag Scraper or Bu Cutler Township: 1—W.C.A.C. Tractor with Brush Sprayer Franklin Township: 1—1 Cu. Yd. Drag Scraper or Bug Greenwood Township: 1—9x18 Cedar Rapdis Crusher 2—Horse Drawn Maintainers 1—10-foot Pull Grader Homewood Township: 1—No. 40 Caterpillar Tractor (gas 1—No. 44 Pull Grader 10' Blade 1—1 Cu. Yd. Drag Scraper or Bug 1—9x16 Universal Crusher Lincoln Township: 1—150 Gal. Spray & Tank Ohio Township: 1—VAL Case Tractor & Mower 1—2 Wheel Trailer 1—2 Cu. Yd. Drag Scraper or Bug Ottawa Township: 1— Vx Sack Concrete Mixer Richmond Township: Brush Sprayer Equipment Williamsburg Township: Brush Sprayer Equipment 1—D7 Caterpillar Tractor with Dozer Serial NO. 374833 At Franklin County Shop 1—Rotary Brush Mower 1—Ferguson No. 30 Tractor, Serial No. TO 84313 Any bidder may bid on any one piece of equipment, or any number of pieces of equipment. A check on a solvent bank, cash or a bid bond by a satisfactory surety in an amount equal .to five per cent (5 per cent) of the total amount of the bid or bids must accompany each proposal. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of fifteen (15) days after the date of opening bids. The County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids and to waive Informalities therein, to determine which is the highest and best bid. Board of County Commissioners Chairman, Cecil Vinlng Commissioner, J. H Button Commissioner, Earl L. Richardson Attest: Bruce Spears, County Clerk Date March llth, 1963. (First Published March «, IMS) (Last Published March 14, 1983) SPECIAL REGISTRATION NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITT OF OTTAWA, KANSAS: You are here- y notified that the books for the egistration of voters will be kept op- n between the hours of t o'clock a.m. nd 9 o'clock p.m., from the 18th day f March, 1963 to the 22nd day of March, 1963, both dates inclusive, and .hat said registration books will be losed on the lust named date at • •clock p.m. for »he purpose of regls- , ering to vote at the Regular Genral Municipal Election to be held In aid City on the 2nd day of April, 1963. IF, you have never registered to vot» n the City of Ottawa, Kansas and have esided in the State of Kansas sis months or more and In the ward thirty ays or more, and have attained the ago of 21 years, you must register before you will be eligible to vote in aid City. IF, you have previously registered o vote in said City and failed to vote at the General Election held In said City In November, 1962 and have not ince reregistered, you must re-regls- IF,'you have moved from your house or street number where you lived when ast registered, you must re-register. If, you have changed your name, you . must re-register. Any person desiring to register to .ote in the City of Ottawa, Kansas must appear in person at my office in the City Hall. Special arrangements may be made or the sick or disabled or persons ibsent from the State. Donald R. Capper City Clerk ORDINANCE NO. 238 An ordinance providing for the Regu- ar City Election. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Governing Body of the City of Pomona, Cansas. Section 1. That the regular City Election for the City of Pomona, Kansas shall be held on Tuesday, April 2, 1963, in the City Hail Bldg. for the election of a Mayor, Police Judge and five Councilmen. Section 2. That the polls of the Election shall be open at 8 o'clock a.m. and remain open until fl:00 o'clock p.m. Passed by the City Council March 4, 1863. W. L. Nitcher Mayor Vivian K. Elchinger City Clerk Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10%-Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 5 p.m. Day Before Publication — 5 line Ads accepted up to 9:30 a.m. day of publication WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word 6c 3 insertions per word 15c 6 insertions per word ...... 24c 12 insertions oer 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 SO Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount. Blind Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract Card of Thanks The kindness and sympathy of our neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us as a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those comforting acts. The family of E. R. (Ray) Lien- tenberger. IIARBISON-Funeral Service for Mrs. Muriel I. Harbison will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2: p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Harbison will lie in state at the chapel from 2: p.m. Tuesday until the funeral hour. Interment in Highland. tEo toner's cir \IM:I 1)11 \ \\ A K \ N-. (First Published February 26, 1863) (Last Published March 12, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, as: In the Probate Court of said County and State In the Matter of the Estate of Nettle Gibson, also known as Nettle B. Olbson, Deceased. Case No. 10-777 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOB FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to all Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has .been filed in said Court by Thomas E. Gleason, executor of the last will and testament of Nettie Gibson, also known as Nettie B. Gibson, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as executor, allowance for executor's and attorneys' fees and expenses; and also praying that the Court determine the heirs, devisees, and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof to which each is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them in accordance with the will of Nettle Gibson, deceased; and you are beret by required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 22nd day of March, 1W3, at 10:00 a.m. on laid day, in said Court, in the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. 'Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Thomas E. Gleason Petitioner OleaEon, dleason. Doty and Logaa AUorncyg (or Petitioner We wish to thank our neighbors, friends and relatives for the many deeds of kindness, flow* ers and words of sympathy received during our recent bereavement. Signed: The Fred Yates Family. We wish to thank our relatives, friends and neighbors, for the kindness shown us during our recent sorrow for the kind words, flowert; and food. God bless you. The Atchjson Family. Lost and Pound LOST, STRAYED or pfcTced up from our home, black and white Shepard male dog. Reward for information leading directly to his whereabouts, George M. Stewart. — Phone CH 2-1646. SALE DATES Harold Stewart ft Charles Bcatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon Kansas March 11 — Night consignment horse sale. Lawrence Livestock Commission Company, East llth Street, Lawrence, Kansas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude— 918 Howard— 46. Ottawa RFD 4 Pranklrn County Bale Company Bvery Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway 59. March 14 — Homer Bishop Farm Sal* l'/4 miles South-west of Princeton. Kas. 11 a.m. March 13 — George and Ruby Broylea Holstein cattle, Reg. Yorkshire hogs, Farm Equip. 22 miles South-West of Ottawa, Kas., on Highway to. 10:01 a.m. March 15 — E. E. Wickstrum. Farm Bale, Itt miles North of Lane, KM. Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrooi Livestock tele, Overbrook. Kansas Bvery Wednesday. Gvery Friday - Allen Count* Uvfr ' itock Ajntioa Gat city. Kama*. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 3-1201 April 13 — Storage Auction— furniturt and Antiques — Ottawa Transfer an* Community auction even nigh* 1 p.m.. UM M. M Community ial* even

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