The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 14, 1963 · Page 6
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, March 14, 1983 News Briefs Emery Green community club Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Dale Burgoon, RFD 1, Wellsville; Mrs. Pearl Butter, Williamsburg; Wednesday. Frank Bell, 1031 N. Sycamore; Mrs. Leland Davidson, RFD 4, Garnett; Thursday, Dismissals Mrs. Floyd Perkins. 820 N. meet at the school Friday evening. There will be entertainment. Patrons are asked to bring pies. Rummage Sale, 131 S. Main, Sat. Mar. 16. B&PW Club. Adv. Main, transferred to St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City; John chulte, 907 Ash; Raymond Davis, 37 S. Sycamore; Mrs. Edwin arswell; Wednesday. Mrs. Pearl utter, Williamsburg; Mrs. Keneth Keelin, 431 S. Locust; June IcGillivray, Rantoul; Mrs. Pon- iano Blanco, 1106 N. Poplar, hursday. Among new freshmen and transfer students who enrolled at Kansas State University this semester are three Ottawans, Janet Oma Crowell, 433 S. Cedar; Lowell D. Hutchison, 810 S. Poplar; and Larry Lee Reynolds, 1415 Maple. Chicken Noodle Dinner 75 cents Sat. Mar. 16th 5 to 7:30 Masonic Temple. — True Kindred. Adv. The U.S. Echo satellite will be visible south of Ottawa at 8:40 tonight. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Rummage Sale — Memorial Aud. Sat. 16th. Pomona WSCS. Adv. Evan Wright, director of the Food and Drug Division, Kansas State Board of Health, will ad .dress a Spring Tea at the First Methodist Church tomorrow at 1:30. Deaths in WALTER McGEE Word has been received Williamsburg of the death, March 12, of Walter McGee, 88, in San Jose, Calif. He had lived in Kansas City a number of years before moving to California 20 years •go- Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Juanite McGee, a daughter, Mrs. Richard Barnes, Oskaloosa, Iowa; one step-daughter, Mrs. Nina Wallace, Lake Lota- vrana, Mo., six grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews including Mrs. Loran Linden, Pomona; Mrs. Ed Curby and Mrs. Leona Husted, Ottawa. Graveside services will be Friday at 2:30 p.m. in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. EDWARD BURNETT Edward Burnett, 84, died this morning at Ransom Memorial Hospital where he was taken a few days ago from the Hazen Nursing Home. The funeral will be at 2 p.m Saturday at the Coughlin Funeral Home, Wellsville, Rev. Jim Nabors officiating. Burial will be in Walnut Creek Cemetery. Mr. Burnett was born on Apri J, 1878, in Franklin County. He moved to Ottawa after his wife died in 1959 and had been at the Hazen Nursing Home for some time. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs Nadine De Lano, Burleson, Tex.-, son; Charles, Kansas City; two sisters, Mrs. Floyd Smith, Wells vflle, and Mrs. Elizabeth Kimball Osawatomie; four grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. GUY W. DRUM Guy W. Drum, 67, 2021 Mis sion, Topeka, former Franklin County resident, died Wednesday at 11:10 p.m. in Topeka VA Hos pital. A veteran of World War I he had been in ill health for some time. He was born March 1, at Wil liamsburg. He was a salesman for Price Motor Co., and also op crated a taxi service in Ottawa In 1943, in Lawrence, he married Marjorie Diehl. Surviving are the widow, two brothers, Earl, Topeka; and Ce cil, Centropolis; two sisters, Mrs Esther Eaton, Williamsburg; an( Mrs. Cora Davis, Ottawa; and his mother, Mrs. Sarah Drum Williamsburg. Funeral arrangements will b announced by Towner Chapel. Convict Deputy Of Misdemeanor WICHITA (AP)—A former dep Uty sheriff was convicted on misdemeanor count after trial on » charge of making a false claim against the county. The jury verdict was returnee late Wednesday against Rober Schneider, 26, who had testified ihat he asked a policemen to fil a $190 claim for purchase of am munition. Schneider testified that th money was to replace some elec ironic equipment. District Judge Clement Clarl gave attorneys until March 16 t file for a new trial and set Marc 29 as the date for sentencing. Maximum penalty is a $100 fine and six months in jail. Humorist In Good Humor In Spite Of Misfortunes Several Pay Fines In Court Jack R. Smith, Leavenworth, leaded guilty in police court to- ay to a charge of being drunk i public and was fined $50. On i charge of vagrancy Smith leaded not guilty and posted 100 bond. Ike Hartsock, 111 N. Elm, also leaded guilty to a charge of be- ng drunk in public and was committed to jail when he was unable to pay a $50 fine. Mrs. Maude Minnick, 204 E. 4th, paid a $12 fine after plead- ng guilty to a charge of failing o yield the right of way. William L. Johnson, RFD 1, 'omona, was fined $15 on a charge of driving with a defec- ive muffler. The arraignment of Michael tfason, RFD 1, Pomona, was con- inued until Thursday, March 21. le is charged with illegal regis- ration. Chester Woodrum, 619 Hickory posted $150 bond after pleading not guilty to a charge of leaving the scene of an accident. His trial will be Thursday, March 28. The following persons forfeited x>nd upon failure to appear in >olice court today: Mary Bucklew, Paola, illegal registration, $15 bond; Clorice Kirkpatrick, Melvern, drunk in mbb'c, $50 bond; Michael Soetaert, Overland Park, speeding, $12 bond; Charles Barnes, 604 Wilow, speeding, $11 bond; Wayne Swank, RFD 1, Ottawa, speeding, $12 bond; Bryce River, 340 S. Locust, speeding $11 bond and David Aikens Onyx, Calif., speeding, $20 bond. Historians To See Films Two color motion pictures will be shown at a meeting of the North American Hotel Sunday, March 17, at 3 p.m. The films are "Greenfield Village: Where yesterday lives," and "Heijry Ford Museum: Panorama of the Past." The meeting is for members and friends of the historical society. Preceding the showing of the films, a quarterly board of trustees meeting will be held at 2 p.m. TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Charles L. Edson, humorist, one-time newspaper columnist, author and poet is facing eviction from the hotel room he calls home. He's 76, almost blind and totally unconcerned. "I have accomplished my heart's desires," says Edson. "There isn't a damn thing left that I wanted as an aspiring youth, that I haven't done." His small room on the upper floor of a railroader's hotel has a straight backed chair, a desk and a bed. He must give it up March 23rd. The hotel is doomed, a victim of urabn renewal. Royalty checks quit coming in long ago and Edson's only income is $91 a month in old age assistance. He endorses the check to the landlady in return for food, lodging and an occasional cigar or beer. "He sent a book of some kind off a few years back," the landlady says, "and it came back. He gets all kinds of ideas and writes them down on paper. But it just doesn't make any sense." A 1904 graduate of the University of Kansas, Edson went to work for the Kansas City Star, moved to the Tulsa post, then to New York where he spent several years with the Morning Sun and Evening Mail. Between 1911 and the mid 20s. his columns, "Always in Good Humor," and "An Arkansas Man on Broadway" had a large following and provided material for a book, "The Gentle Art of Column- ing," published in 1920. He contributed many articles and humorous essays to Collier's and other magazines and newspapers. But Edson thinks of himself primarity as a poet. He says he has written more the 5,000 poems. Funerals MRS. DON HARBISON Services for Mrs. Muriel Irene Harbison, who died March 11, were at Towner's Chapel March 13. Dr. Raymond P. Jennings officiated. Pallbearers were Beryl Ross, Neil Bullock, John J. Pinney, L. F. Lundstedt, George E Lister and Wayne Dickerson. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Small Town 'Overtakes 9 Oil Capital POTEAU, Okla. (AP)—Poteau, population 4,500, now claims to be bigger than Tulsa. This eastern Oklahoma community now covers about 65,000 acres in size, the result of two big annexations. Tulsa, with about 280,000 residents, has only 33,000 or 34,000 acres. Poteau first started booming when it took in about 34,000 acres last December. Most recently, it annexed another 30,000 acres, hv eluding the hamlets of Bug Scuffle, Brother-In-Law Hollow, Knot Hole and Neff Spur. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.44 Ear Cirn 1-07 Shell Corn 1.12 Milo 1-78 Barley 1.08 Oats 81 Rye 100 Butterfat 47, 42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c Hens M KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 3,400; calves 50; slaughter steers and heifers little changed; cows strong to 25 higher; vealers and calves steady; choice and prime steers bought to arrive at 23.50; good steers and belters 19.0020.50; utility and commercial cows 14.75-16.50; prime vealers 32.00. Hogs 3,000; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; sows steady; 1-3 190-250 Ib barrows and gilts 14.00-75; 275-400 Ib sows 13.00-50. Sheep 1,100; steady; good to choice wooled lambs 17.5'0-18.75; choice with prime end shorn no 1 and fall shorn pelts 18.00; cull to good ewes 6.00-7.00. OU Speaker An Advocate Of Union Of Democracies John F. Schmidt, Peoria, 111., will speak at the assembly at Sttawa University on Friday, March 15, at 10 a.m., on the topic of "How Freedom Defeats Itself." His address is a part of the Ottawa University Concert Lecture Series program, and will be a presentation of the concept of international federal union of the democracies. The speaker is the father of Phil Schmidt, a senior at Ottawa University this semester The movement for such an international federal union was started by Clarence K. Streit who wrote "Union Now" in 1939 at which time he made the basic proposal for forming a union of the democracies of the Atlantic community. Schmidt became interested in the movement and became a member of Federal Union, Inc., the group which is promoting the idea of changing NATO from an alliance to an effective international union of the democracies. Schmidt is author of several articles and is co-author with Streit and former Supreme Court Justice Owen J. Roberts of "The New Federalist," a book explaining the concept of international federal unions. The public is invited to attend the program Friday morning. It will be in the university auditorium. Would Hike School Levy WICHITA (AP)-In the wake of defeat of a school building bond issue, County School Supt. Robert Saft has suggested a tax increase to finance school construction. "I think the board should push a bill asking the Kansas Legislature for permission to increase the local building levy from two to five mills," he said Wednesday night. He said this would boost income from the tax from $60,000 annually to $1,550,000 a year. A proposed $13.5 million school building bond issue was defeated Tuesday. Grant Electrical Work Permits The city commissioners last night approved two applications for electrical work permits in Ottawa. One was for Clarence D. Me- Fadden, of Ottawa, and the other for Kessler Electric Co., of Gardner. The Gardner firm will do electric work on the new Ottawa postoffice. Death Penalty For Burglary HAVANA (AP)-Burglars who enter home or use minors as accomplices will be liable to the death penalty, Prime Minister Fidel Castro announced Wednesday night. In a speech televised from the steps of Havana University, he also announced that bail would no longer be allowed in felony and misdemeanor cases. Draft Law Is Approved WASHINGTON (AP) - A four- year extension of the peacetime military draft law won unanimous approval today from the Senate Armed Services Committee. Chairman Richard B. Russell, D-Ga., said he hopes to get Senate action Monday on the com' pulsory conscription. Expected Senate approval would send the bill on to President Kennedy who asked continuation until July 1, 1967 of present authority to induct men from 18 through 26 years of age for al least two years active service. The House passed the extension Monday 387-3. Largest Plant Will Be Closed SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP)-Armour & Co. meat packers announced today closing of its main plant here, effective June 16. Gilbert D. Lewis, general manager of the Sioux City plant, said the closing was because of "continuing heavy losses." Marriage License Michael Patterson, 19, Mission, and Penny Sue Hudson, 16, Mission. ,o Membership Fees! No Dues to Pay to Belong "Free Quotation on Rates" SMITH'S 2-1738 3rd & Main Erwin L. Brocklesby, 25, Garnett, and Delia Jo Glenn, 18, Ottawa. Arthur Charez, 24, Topeka, and Virginia Espinosa, 28, Ottawa. r \ * r. Cotyner'g \ K \ N *-. \ *-, JFK To Give Three Speeches WASHINGTON (AP)-President Kennedy will give three public speeches during his three-day vis it to Costa Rica next week. They are included in a busy schedule of conferences and ceremonies outlined Wednesday by the White House. His first address—outside of remarks on arriving on Costa Rica Monday—will come later in the day at the opening session of his conference at San Jose with presidents of the six Central American republics. The White House said the President intends to spend this weekend in Palm Beach, flying to San Jose from there Monday morning. New Arrival Down On Farm There is a new arrival in the barnyard at the home of Mrs. Albert Stewart, RFD 4, according to a report received from Rocky and Ricky Woods, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Woods. The new arrival is a baby burro, born this week. Such an event is not too common in this area. Rocky, who is 10, and Ricky, who is 6, think the baby burro is pretty fine. Legal! Mate Help Wanted — (Published March 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and It) RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE MA88ASOIT STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF MULBERRY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF SYCAMORE STREET, AND PROVIDING FOR THE COST OF THE IMPROVEMENT THEREOF WHEREAS: Massasoit Street from the East ltn« of Mulberry Street to the West lino of Sycamore Street, city of Ottawa, Kansas, is in need of paving, curbing and guttering, the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas deems tt necessary to pave, curb, gutter and otherwise improve Massnsoit Street from the East line of Mulberry Street to the West line of Sycamore Street. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: That It It necessary to pave, curb, gutter and otherwise improve Mas- sasott Street from the East line of Mulberry Street to the West line of Sycamore Street in the City of Ottawa, Kansas. That such improvement shall be constructed of Portland Cement concrete of an average thickness of 6Mi inches and 38 feet wide includ- ind monolithic curb and gutter, and accessories necessary to properly drain said pavement, all in accordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of the City Clerk, and that the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas does hereby declare such work and improvements necessary to be done, and that specie*! assessments shall be levied to pay for the game. That Massasolt Street from the East line of Mulberry Street to the West line of Sycamore Street Is adjoined on either side by paved, curbed and guttered streets, therefore this Resolution Is passed under the authority of G.S. 1949, 12602 and 12-603, being the law governing the improvement of unimproved portions of improved, intervening, connecting streets. The foregoing Resolution was duly passed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa. Kansas this 20th day of February, 1963. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk Defends Contract Award WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara claims his disputed award of the TFX warplane contract to the General Dynamics Corp. promises a better plane at a potential billion-dollar saving. Had the award gone to the Boeing Co., McNamara said in a statement Wednesday in the Senate Investigations subcommittee the prospects of saving a billion dollars would have evaporated. The subcommittee has been told by witnesses—some of them McNamara's subordinates—that the Air Force and Navy evaluated the Boeing design as both better and cheaper. McNamara said he took full responsibility for the decision in favor of General Dynamics and made clear he doesn't intend to budge an inch under fire. Lands Plane On Turnpike EL DORADO, Kan. (AP)—Motorists may wonder for a few days about that World War H fighter plane parked alongside the Kansas Turnpike. Frank P. MacArtney of Rochester, Mich., landed the P51 on the turnpike Wednesday after his engine ran out of liquid collant and stopped. The engine was damaged beyond repair and the plane was towed to a maintenance area. MacArtney planned to have a new engine trucked in. He was on a flight from Pontiac, Mich., to Wichita. (First Published March 8, 1963) (Last Published March 14, 1963) SPECIAL REGISTRATION NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS: You are here, by 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 18th day of March, 1B63 to the 22nd day ol 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 'he purpose of registering to vote at the Regular Oen eral Municipal Election to be held in said City on the 2nd day of April, 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 Genera) Election held in said City in November, 1962 and have not since reregistered, 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 tc vote in the City of Ottawa, Kansas must appear in person at my office in the City Hall. Special arrangements may be made for the sick or disabled or persons absent from the State. Donalfl R. Capper City Clerk "BLUE Cross-Blue Shield, 'an equal opportunity' employer', needs part-time Non-Group Representative for Ottawa area. Must enjoy meeting people. Should have car and be able to devote a few hours each evening. Compensation makes this worthwhile. Write Manager of Personnel Department, 1133 Topeka Boulevard, Topeka, Kansas, for application. Interviews will be conducted at nearest District Office." SEASONAL WORK ? ? ? We are looking for special type person who is tired of Seasonal work and threatened layoffs. America's most respected Sales Organization offers you an independent business of your own at no investment. Person considered must be Married, 22 40, and have pleasing personality. For details'write Box No. Z 64 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. Sporting Goods 30-06 Winfield Rifle, Good shape, Johnson Century Rod and Reel Phone CH 2-2960. MERCURY Outboard Motors — 8 to 100 H.P. Save up to 25% Factory trained service dept. - Waymires, 117 N. Main, CH 2-5388. MERCURY MOTOR - Starcraft Boats, Glastron Boats. Ottawa Boat and Motors. Harold Bones. CH 2-3495. NEW AND USED BOATS and MOTORS - OTTAWA MARINE 1 block north of the tracks from 1st and Cedar. Open 9 A.M. until 5 P.M. and 7 P.M. until I P.M. Monday through Friday. Female Help Wanted —24 SILK Finisher, Good Pay, Full time. No lay-offs. Paid vacation and holidays. Bond's Royal Cleaners, 125 S. Main. WANTED - Either full or part- time girl for window trimming. 18 - 35 age brackets. Experience unnecessary. Apply in person. — J. C. Penney Store. General Services —29 BUILDING, Remodeling, Cabinets — Goodman, CH 2-4309. FREE FOR HAULING — Lot of Kindling. 900 Estabrook. VENETIAN blinds rebuilt, repaired. CH 2-2817. KNAPP SHOES. 2-3659 Lee Carter CH GIVE IDEALS for Easter. — Wigglesworth Magazine Agency. CH 2-3003. STEAMING, PAPERING, Painting. - Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3268. DEAL ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call colled Ottawa CH 2-1064. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Service. 1 section WATER WELLS and Cisterns Dug and Cleaned, 35 years experience, Phone Jack Bell — Spring Hill, Kansas, 686-3647. (First Published March 14, 1963) (Last Published March 28, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In The Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Ralph W. Curtis, Deceased. Case No. 10-993 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a pe tltion has been filed In said court by Howard Curtis, brother and heir at law of Ralph W. Curtis, deceased, praying for the appointment of an administrator of the estate of Ralph W. Curtis, deceased, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 8th of April, 1963 at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, in said court, in the city of Ottawa, in said county and state, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will he entered in due course upon said petl- Howard Curtis, Petitioner Gleason, Gleason, Doty and Logan Attorneys for Petitioner McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 Livestock —34 55 Head of 50 Ib. Feeder Shoats. Lamar Forrer, Princeton, YE 7-2226. FOR SALE: 42 ewes with 31 lambs on ground. Homer Larrick, Edgerton, Kansas TU 25035. Bullets 22 Shorts 49c 22 Long Rifle 69c OK Bargain Store Home Furnishings —47 6 Danish Modern COUCHES Brand New Slightly Damaged Compare at $149.95 Only $49.95 THE SMALL STORE WITH THE BIG DEAL White's FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Opposite Court House Employment Up TOPEKA (AP)—Unemployment in Kansas dropped off slightly this week, the State Employment Security Division reported today. Blanche Lamb-Bob Robert* Lamb Funeral Home 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 3 insertions per word 6 insertions per word 12 insertions oer word 26 insertions per word 6c 15c 24c HAYES—Funeral Arrangements for Elmer R. Hayes are incomplete and will be announced later by Towner's Chapel. DRUM — Funeral Service for Guy W. Drum are incomplete. Announcement later by Towner's Chapel. 45c 90c Cash minimum 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word - 70c min Local 14c per tine (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 .. $150 Special Discount Contract Lost and Found —8 LOST, Strayed or Picked Up. Black, and White Collie. Information or return to M. McWilson. One mile South Presson- ville. LOST, STRAYED or picked up from our home, black and white Shepard male dog. Reward for information leading directly to his whereabouts. George M. Stewart. — Phone CH 2-1648. Notices —9 Ottawa White Shrine No. 19. of White Shrine of Jerusalem # Stated meeting Thursday, March 14 at 7:30 p.m Election and annual re- Ref ports. Ladies bring favorite pie, Lola Sellers—W. Scribe pro-tern Calista Roth-W.H.P. Male Help Wanted — HELP WANTED - Two experienced carpenters. Year around work. — Rule and Shrum Con > struction. - CH 2-4188. WILL SELL on Saturday March 16 at Franklin Co. Sale, 35 Hoi- stein Heifers Bred to Angus Bull to start calving in October. Check This! — 3 piece used sectional — Good nylon cover — neutral color — all foam rubber cushion — Sturdy construction — Sold new for 279.95 — While it lasts only 99.95. Gambles, 128 S. Main Headquarters for Motorola TV & Stereo and Kroehler Furniture Farm Equipment —35 FOR SALE 1941 M. Farmall. Good condition, CH 2-2576. FOR SALE—John Deere Tractor, with nearly new rotary mower, front lift. — See at Stewart Memorials, 118 W. 15th. FOR SALE - M Farmall Tractor, good condition. Porter Turner, 1 mi. east % mi. south Centropolis. FOR SALE: Extra Good Used Surge 1 or 2 Unit Milker, complete with compressor tank and pipes less motor. Priced to sell. Shaw Hatcheries & Surge Supplies, 1020 Willow. Seeds. Feeds, Pert. —36 ALFALFA HAY - Forrer. 6 east, 1 south, Rockcreek School. Sporting Goods —42 FOR SALE - Fishing Boat. Practically new 928 Highland. CH 2-1546. SALE DATES Harold Stewart A Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon Kansas March 19 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. March 23 — Emma Atkinson, 1 p.m. household goods. 1 block south, 1 block West, City Hall Williamsburg, Kas. March 25 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Lawrence Livestock Sale Co., East llth St. Lawrence, Kas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard— «. Ottawa RFD 4. 63 NEW DINETTE SETS Must be SOLD by April 1st All ... • SIZES • SHAPES • COLORS Brand New $24.95 up THE SMALL STORE WITH THE BIG DEAL White's FURNITURE * APPLIANCES Opposite Court House 39" Panel Bed with mattress and Springs — Sharp — Only 19.95 complete. Gambles, 128 S. Main Headquarters for Motorola TV & Stereo and Kroehler Furniture Home Furnishings —47 Count.? 8s In Company Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway 59. March U — Homer Bishop Farm Sal* 114 miles Soutb-West of Princeton, Kas. 11 a.m. March 13 — George and Ruby Broylei Holjtein cattle, Reg. Yorkshire hog«, Farm Equip. 32 miles South-West of Ottawa, Kas., on Highway 50. 10:00 a.m. March 15 — E. E. Wickstrum. Farm Bale, 1% miles North of Lane, Kas. Jack Neuon Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock tale, Orerarook. Kansas Oven Wednesday. Every Friday - AU»n County Uv» <tne> » .in* 'or •!•• fM» Capias April 4 — Oakland School House it Contents, 9 miles northwest of Ottawa. Print) and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 April 13 — Storage Auction— furniture and Antiques — Ottawa Transfer and Storage Co., 101 N. Main, Ottawa, 13:00 Noon. ..'ommunKy Mietiw every faewwt olffat 7 p.m.. 11M M. UftiB. Community ••!«.. .•*•*! Need an extra Chest of Drawers We have Several Some Unpainted Prices — from $12.50 in-our Upstairs Used Department GAMBLES 128 S Main Headquarters for Motorola TV & Stereo St Kroehler Furniture

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