The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 5, 1971 · Page 42
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Deaths Bradley diaries Curless Bradley Charles Curless, age six months, son of a former Hutchinson woman, was pronounced dead on arrival Monday morning at the McPherson County Hospital in McPherson. Cause of death was unconfirmed. He was the son of Mrs. Geneva Curless, McPherson, and formerly of 1609 West 17th, i Hutchinson. Survivors include his mother; grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krauzer, 400 Williams; Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Buskirk, 5400 North Plum. Graveside services will be at 3:3.0 p.m. Tuesday at the Eastside Cemetery; Rev. Henry Smart. Mrs. Buster Hartness Mrs. Lillian Hartness, fi7, 205 West 27th, died Monday morn- 'ing at St. Francis Hospital, Wichita, atfer a one-year illness. Born Jan. 25, 1004 at Fargo, Okla., she married Buster Hartness in 1924 at Hutchinson. Survivors include the widower i of Ih'i home; sons: Irl, Arlington, Va.; Homer, San Antonio, ;Tex.; daughter: Juanita, of the ;home; brothers: Andrew Mc; Kenna, 18 Fast 12th; John Mc; Kenna, Montezuma; Kermit ; McKenna, Butler, Okla.; Ted ! McKenna, Alex, Okla.; sisters: I Mrs. Fdith Rankin, 415 Carpen! ter; Mrs. Blanche Murray, < Waynoka, Okla.; four grand• children. ; Funeral will bo 10 a.m. Wednesday at Elliott Chapel; Rev. ; Alfred Gerdel. Burial will be in ; Fairlawn Cemetery. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Altoona; Royal Neighbors; Order of the Eastern Star. . Survivors include a son: Bobert, Watsonville, Calif.; daughter: Mrs. Marjorie All, McPherson; sisters: Mrs. Edna Halbert, McPherson; Mrs. Irva Drews, Great Bend; Mrs. Faye Taylor, Gladewater, Tex.; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Funeral will bs 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Quiring-Gliclden Chapel, McPherson; Rev. Howard D. Berglund. Burial will he 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Altoona Cemstcry. Friends may call until service time at the funeral home. DENNIS THE MENACE ' Mrs. Leland Squier ' Mrs. Marcia Elizabeth • Squier, 21, Manhattan, daughter ; of Mr. and Mrs. Max Coleman, ' 3004 Cornell Drive, died Sunday afternoon after a three-vehicle ; crash on 1-70 about one mile ; east of Quinter. ; Bom Nov. 2, 1949 at Huteh- inson, she married Inland I Squier Aug. 15, 1970 in Hulch- ; inson. A I9fi7 graduate of Hutchinson High School, Mrs. Squier was the Community Ambassador to Sweden in 1%7. She attended Hutchinson Communi ly College and was graduated from Kansas Stale University, Manhattan, in May of 1971. A member of Trinity United Methodist Church, she was a graduate student at K-State. Survivors include the widower of the home; parents; grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sheppard, 114 East 16th; W. D. Coleman, RFD 3; brother, Ted Coleman, 3004 Cornell Drive; sister, Patti Coleman, 3004 Cornell Drive. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Trinity United Methodist Church; Rev. Paul Matthaei. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 1 to 10 p.m. Tuesday at the Elliott Chapel. The family suggests memorials to the Trinity United Methodist Church. Mrs. Hiirrv Dicus PRESTON - Mrs. Roberta - \/'<i Dicus, 67, died Monday at the Siesta Rest Horn-;, Pratt, after a long illness. Born March «5, 1904, in Auxvasse, Mo., she [WHS married to Harry Vincent "Dicus Feb. 21, 1923, in Aux- •vassa He died Feb. 25, 1971. '.She lived in Preston since 1969. Survivors include daughters: 'Mrs. Robert Schlenz, Preston; ijMrs. Harold Snyder, Pittsburg, *Ohio; brothers: Sam Atkinson, "Mexico, Mo.; Claude H. Atkin- jfon, Columbia, Mo.; sister: Mrs. •Iluth Willingharn, Auxvasse, j|lo.; six grandchildren. £ Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. ^Wednesday at the Maunam Fu- Efteral Home, Auxvasse, Mo. Bur- !3al will bi in Auxvasse Cemetery. Mil: mr, Sfcfr*. Jesse Hurt it CHASE—Mrs. .Josephine Hurt, 514, died Sunday at the Hoising- •Wi Lutheran Hospital after a jlong illness. Born May 16, 1887, »jn Rice County, she was married Sfo Jesse Hurt Oct. 18, 1906, in JjLyons. She lived in Chase since 13959. She was a member of St. EMary's Catholic Church, Chase; EAItar Society. tt Survivors include the widow- 2*r; daughter: Mrs. Ruth Lau- *(fick, Hoisington; sister: Mrs. fjohn Malone, Lyons; seven ^grandchildren; four great-grand- Schildren George Emery Eckcrt GREAT BEND - George Em ery Eckert, 57, died Sunday a the Central Kansas Medical Center, Great Bend, after a short illness. Bom July 16, 1914, in Mena, Ark., h'j was a farmer. He lived here most of his life. He was a member of the American Legion; VFW. Survivors include mother: Mrs. Lottie Eckcrt, Great Bend; brothers: Dan and Leonard, Great Bend; Ardell, Abilene; sisters: Mrs. Annie Lawrence, Great Bend; Mrs. W. R. Shepard, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mrs. lyjlloy Bishop, Sunnyvale, Calif. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Wed nesday at the Cook and Weher Funeral Home, Great Bend; Rev. Harold I'. Cooper. Burial will fx; in Great Bend Cemetery. Friends may call until service time at (.he funeral home. The family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society. Charles M. Mcnzer OLMITZ - Charles M. Menzer, 58, died Monday at the Central Kansas Medical Center, Great Bend. Bom March 21, 1913, in Olmitz, he married Helen J. Jarmer Sept. 30, 1936, in Olmitz. He was a farmer in rural Olmitz and a lifetime resident hi're. He was a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church; Olmitz; Knights of Columbus. Survivors include the widow; son: Donald, Olmilz; brothers: Edwin and Clarence, Olmitz; Alvin, Elkhart; .lames, Olis; sisters: Mrs. Albert Lang, Norton; Mrs. Kenneth Bartonek, Otis; Geneva, Albert; two grandchildren. Funeral will lx.' 1(1 a.m. Wednesday at tlie church; Father John Vesecky. Parish rosary will be 8 p.m. Tuesday and Knights of Columbus rosary will be tt:30 p.m., both at the Nicholson-Ricke Funeral Home, Hoisington. Burial will be in St. Ann's Cemetery, Olmitz. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Aged Show Handicrafts BUCKLIN - A crafts display prepared by Hilltop House re sidents was Ihe hir>hli<.'.hl of an ooen house here Sunday which drew more than 100 visitors. The residents, working under crafts director Mrs. Kenneth Wilcoxen, Ford, average about 82 years of age, and many work under handicaps such as failing eyesight, bad hearing and arthritic fingers. From their work in the crafts class twice a week, residents displayed many items including embroidered tea towels, men's wide ties, aprons, sequinned fruit and flowers, burlap plaques, quilts, rugs, Christmas decorations, sofa pillows, egg carton flowers, and fancy pin cushions. "The idea is to get the residents out of their rooms, to quit worrying about things that cannot be changed," Mrs. Wilcoxen said of the program, begun two years ago. "We never turn anything away," Mrs. Wilcoxen said. "Buttoas, net produce bags, pine cones, material scrapes, everything goes into a big store room. If we don't know what to do with it at first, we wait around for a new idea and work it in." The News Want Ads 'THE UST1WE1 MAffiD THIS GAME, I HAD A SWELL T/UK WITH A Kit) IN OTTAWVWHBW. WT IS.* Pioneer Reunion at Greensburg Big Hit GREENSBURG - More than 200 people gathered at Burke's Opera House here for the 39th Reunion of Pioneers and their descendants. New officers elected at the reunion, sponsored by the Kiowa County Historical Society, were Jay Cope, Mullinville, president; Arthur Barber, Greensburg, vice president; Everett Larkin, Havi land, vice president; Elaine Stringer, Mullinville, secretary; and Sonora Garner, Greensburg, treasurer. A large number of the gathering wore red, white and blue ribbons, indicating they had come to Kiowa County more than 70 years ago. Courtesy hosts were Mr. and Mrs. l/iwell Van Fossen, dressed in pioneer costumes, who were celebrating their 52nd wedding anniversary. Certificate awards were given to the oldest man: Luther Pedigo, Dodge City, 92; and oldest woman: Mrs. Myrtle Lenager, 93. Oldest couple, who also had been married the longest, (62 years), were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mills, Pratt. Earliest wittier was Mrs. Niles Palmer, Fresno, Calif., and Hugh Russell, Albuquerque, N. M. Earliest Born Earliest born here was Edith AJford, Mullinville. Those on the same farm longest were Ruth Raymond, 74 years, and Theron Kilgore, Mullinville, 64 years. All golden wedding couples were given gold flowers. Nineteen couples were recognized: Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mills, Pratt; Mr. and Mrs. Niles J. Palmer, Fresno, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Manford Tucker, Greensburg, all married over 60 years; Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Gilford, Haviland; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weaver, Mullinville; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, Greensburg, married 58 years. Mr. and Mrs. IV>LLLS Schmidt, Greensburg, 57 years; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Peters, Greensburg; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dewell, Bucklin, 55 years; Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lawson, 54 years; Mr. and Mrs. Jerold Miller, Nianjua, Mo., 52 years. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ford, Mullinville; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Binford, Haviland; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bartel, Meade; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sparks, \m Angeles, Calif., 51 years; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meisel, Haviland; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rose, Greensburg; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Chapin, Kinsley, 50 years. The Hufchinson News LOCAL CALLS 662-3311 Long Distance (in state) :il(> 1215 collect Mam Office and Plain, 300 W. 2nd, Hutchinson. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING KATES 9* Per Word (10 Words Minimum) i day—per word .. fc •i days—oor word per day .. ... 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Specialized Services BUSINESS, PERSONAL and PROFESSIONAL In Easy-To-Find Alphabetical Order Five Killed K-State Mourns Tragic Car Crash fX Funeral will be 10:30 a.m. ^Wednesday at the church; Msgr. .Quintin Malone. Rosary will be 23 :30 p.m. Tuesday at the Crawford -Miller Mortuary, Lyons. *|Jurial will be in St. Mary's "Cemetery. Friends may call •from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at ^he mortuary. Wet >Jfir». H. D. Clayton £ McPHERSON - Mrs. Maude Snayton,"80, died Sunday at the IWcPherson County Hospital af- %tr a brief illness. Born Nov. % 1M0, in Altoona, she was Wried to H. D. Clayton April «30, 1912, in Buffville. He died Oct. 30, 1970. She lived in McPherson for several weeks. Proposes Soviets Allow Emigration MOSCOW (M'j - Eminent Russian physicist Andrei D. Sakharov has proposed that the Soviet Union grant all citizens the right to leave the country. He said such a right is "an essential condition for spiritual freedom for everyone." Sakharov, developer of the Soviet hydrogen homo and a champion of human rights, proposed the free emigration policy in an open letter to the Supreme Soviet. He recommended that the legislative body revoke the current law that permits persons fleeing the country to be tried for high treason. The scientist ulso asked for a general amnesty for persons detained in tabor camps or mental hospitals because they had tried to leave lite Soviet Union. MANHATTAN, Kan. (APj A stunned Kansas State University campus reflected Monday on a tragic car crash Sunday that cost the lives of six, including five of the university's top students or former students. "These are among the finest young people ever to attend Kansas State University," President James A. McCain said Monday. Included among the' victims of a three-car accident near the northwestern Kansas town of Quinter Sunday evening were: Miss Linda Henry, 21, Le- cornpton, Kan., one of KSU';: five Homecoming Queen finalists, president of Smurthwaite Scholarship Hall and a major in secondary education. She was a member of the K-State Concert Choir which is to tour Ku r ope between semesters hit-! er this year; WaKeency Native Gregory W. Hardin, 2.>, a na live of WaKeeney, Kan., who graduated cum laude and received his master's degree in civil engineering from the university in 1971. He was president of Triangle Fraternity in 19(19-70 and a member of Blue Key, a select group of 13 outstanding senior men at the university. He and Miss Henry were engaged to be married. Mrs. Marcia Coleman Squier, 21, a psychology major originally from Hutchinson, Kan. She was that city's community ambassador to Sweden in 1967 after graduating from Hutchinson High School. Her hu «i >and, Inland Squier, 23, a fifth -year -irchtteclure student was reported in fair condition at a (fays, Kan. hospital Monday night. Javelin Thrower Also killed were Bruce A.. Maxwell, of I'iper, Kan. and his wife, Patricia Lathrop Maxwell, formerly of Junction City. Maxwell, a fifth-year architecture student, was a javelin- thrower with the university's track team, lettering in 1968, '69 and '70. Mrs. Maxwell graduated cum laude in 1970. Also killed in the accident was Esther M. Woods, 56, of Kansas City, Mo. The Highway Patrol said the accident occurred in an area of Interstate 70 where construction work had limited traffic to one lane in each direction. Troopers said a car occupied by the Woods woman crossed the centerline and sideswiped a vehicle, then crashed headon with a third car driven by Hardin and carrying the K-State students. Legal Notices (First published in The Hutchinson News October ',, \n\) STATE Or- KAHSA5, COUNTY OF RtllO, SS: IN rue PROUATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN A. DUNN, DECEASED. NO. 7340 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND CODICIL The Slate ol Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been tiled In said Court by Walter E. Brooks, as e/c-cutor named In said Will r/f John A. Dunn, Deceased, praying (or the admission lo probate erf Ihe Lasl Will and Testament of John A. Dunn, dated September 9, mi, and the Codicil Irwrtto dated September 3, 1V7), as E«ec- ulor of said Will and Codicil, lo servo without bond, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before Ihe 27th day of October, 1971, *t 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, In said Court, In Ihe City of Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas, In the Projjate Court Room thereof, at v/hlch time and place Mid cause will be heard, Should you fall therein, ludgrnenl and decree will be entered In due course upon said Petition. Waller II. Brook*, Petitioner ATTEST: (SEAL) E. Victor Wilson Probate Judge Robert E. Upp Attorney (or Petitioner 3QI First Natl. Bank Hldg. Hutchinson, K«fiM» 665-HII »m Auto Painting and Repairs O'/AARA'S Wide-Track Tov/n oilers the finest workmanship In auto body repairs or pninlina. Call Lawrence Hill (or (ree eslimates. HQ 3-4481, Air Conditioning Contractor AIR CONDITIONER, furnace, tan and motor service, Russell Electric, 708 Easl 7lh 7/iO •j-vyn. Allcrutiuns & Sewing ALTERATIONS - Moth holes, Burns, lenrs rewoven. House ot Weaving, SUl Easl 3rd, WO 2-7941. Auto Upholstery 7»UTO7/.0l3ILE Seat covers and upholstery. Convertible lops installed. Truck and tractor seals rebuilt, WASSON 106 West 1st lleauly Shops FALL SPECIAL.! Permanent complete. (Jiggers beauty Shop, 317 v/osl ?nd. Carpentering & Masonry CARPENTRY, concrete, kitchen cabinets. Free estimates. George Tlnin, MO 2-6109, 7/.0 5-7048. — CARPENTRY) CONCRETE, all "kinds. No job too small. Free estimates. JOE PKEVITERA. MO S-SI?7. CONSTRUCTION"""- RE//ODELlNG""o( all kinds. HadTey Capps, contractor. MO 3-4119. d: .CRETE WORK of all kinds."Free estimates. Call MO 2-8068. Carpet Cleaning STEAMATIC CARPET cleaning Doug for a clean rug." 643-2538, Estimates. Child Care V/ILL BABYSIT, "In my horrie. References. Fenced yard, t/Xj 5-7797. Custom Fit Lingerie SPENCER'S INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED foundations, urns. Mrs. Edith Oay, Lanycton, Phone 'M-I'M. Delivery Service ZIPP-O - You call, v/e go. 663-5531. B a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Sunday. Furnace Cleaning HY-POWER Vac Cleaning for Furnaces f. Ducts. SERVICEMASTER, 7/.0 J 2365. Hydraulic .lack Repair SMITH'S HYDRAULIC Jack Repair Moved — New Address 622 East 3rd, MO 3-4621. Ironing IRONINGS WANTED, 10c rxir piece. Phone MO 2-4384. Lawn Mower Service LAWN MOWER, Chain saw. all types small engines repaired. HODISCO, 1217 West 4th. 7/iO 2-0703. Miscellaneous Services WELDlNG~A'NO~DOZER"WORi< Albert Kelley, 662-4042, Hutchinson Nursing & (lest Homes " 11- YOU Would like a iovefy "private room, efficient care, excellent food, and not (eel institutionalized, call 3-4027. SPECIAL CARE (or ambulatory lady or man and wl(e. 2-0667, WILL care for elderly rjenllernan In my home. MO 5-73'<0. J'alnlin;;, Papering PAPERHANOING, v;all covering, interior painting. Free estimates. MiO 2-2955. Phone evenings at A/SO 2-92H0. Picture Framing 200 7/iOULDINGS, Mats,'"'Needlepoint, block, dry mount. STEPHENSON'S, 1212 N. Main, 2-1341. professional Services "Cell Free ANSWERITE Professional Service 14 E. 2nd SI. copied at competitive prices. (Let us do your letter writing; Phone 662-4427 Septic Tanks & Sanitation SEPTIC tAtrKS7 ~"cieanidr">epaFer], installed. Lackey Sanitation, Rt. 3, MO 2-0266, "Red" Wroe operator. MO 511158. Trash Hauling ' ED _ GUTHR1ES frashV~rnbntrily "rates, special pickup, Free Estimates, MO 3-6373 Truck & Car Painting '0 Schools. Instruction DANCE ARTS. Master certified private program. Children's classes- Tap, Da! let. Acrobatic, llalon. Adult classes exercise interpretive, sou.-il. Materials kit furnished. 662 2062, 3105 Farminaton Road SANDY'S DANCE STUDIO. Tap, Ballet and Acrobatic. Tree transportation. Call MO 2-:iU66. COLLEGE Graduate v/lll do private tutoring. 662-0306 allcr 6:30 p.m. Great Need! I OR Competent Men & Women IN OFFICES. QUALIFY THROUGH AUELA HALE. Start Training October 11 For Details DIAL MO :i-4419 Aclela Male Business Career School Isl K Plum, IAQ .14419, Hutchinson STUDT.MI LOAN',- ACCREDITED ACI35 Tree Employment Slep All The Way lip To A Heller Job!! Train for it at SALT CITY Business College Your Career hool Phonu 6/i3-44 /iH Ave. A ft Wnlnul Day nnd Night C Idssttn Veteran Approved Employment 22 Help Wanted QUALITY—Painting, reconditioning, rebuilding of cars, Irucks, trailers and Industrial equipment. Cleaned by sleam and sand blasting. ARK-RIDGE ENTERPRISES, 662 1223, Randolph Andersnn. 662 6025. Tree Trimming & Removal BOB STRICKLER TREE SERVICE Equipped and Experienced to handle your Iree problems. Slumps removed tjy machine. MO 16215, Termite Control ROBERTSON TERMITE and Pest Con Irol. Guaranteed, Licensed. Insured. MO 5-8710. P.O. Rox 443, Hutchinson. Wiring QUALITY Electric wiring and repairing (Independent). Russell Electric, 70* East 7th. MO 2-4971. Wedding Service WEDDINGS — by civil servant -Reverent, Dignified, Legal — FREE marital counseling. 665-8842. WANTED: Mechanic for general farm shop. Have fully equipped Olesel shop work on all makes cars, Iruck anil tractors. Living quarters recently decorated close. Call or v/rlte Fvans One Stop Service, Kalvesla, Kansas, 8S1-359I, evenings call Bi5-35S6. I /r ;n i I N| Opportunity lor permanent employment. Fxperiurueo lady fry cook. Short evening hours, '; to 10 p.m. Apply Mrs. Shorb, l.eonlda's Sleak House, Municipal Airport lli;ildtn<i, Phonu 2-42ftl. "MIDDLE AGED lady lo come afternoons, do liglil laundry K rook evening meal, (or 2 weeks beginning Nov. 3rd. Reference. 662-'ifl64 or v/rite //>rs. J. liagley, 12 West IBIh, Hutchinson. WANTED: Truck Driver or Truck Drlver-Torchman Combination. Apply In person -MIDWt: ST I RON & METAL CO,. 700 South Main. EXPERIENCED MATURE Woman for general office* work, in' lulling accounting and secretarial duties. For appointment, phone 662 0534. NEED RELIABLE Lady with car for housekeeping & child care. Would consider live In. 665-82A6 alter 7 p.m. EXPERIENCED Fry Cook, Saturdays oil. Apply In person at Uesslou Colonial House, Hessian, Kansas. WANTED! Service station attendant & ervlce man. OK Service Company, 25 East 30th. MECHANIC and serviceman. Groendyk» Transport, Hutchinson, Kansas. 6627261. FULL Time taxi cab drivers. Apply In person at McVay's. Need someone to live In with an elderly lady. 662-5333. EXPERIENCED Truck Body- man and Painter. Usual company benefits, new rn o d e r n shop. Apply in person to Duane Ely, ELYS, INC., 815 West 4th, Hutchinson. Announcements Hi Special Notices ' NO PLACE to Go With Your Old Newspapers? If not, drop Ihem off at The News Pla/.a, «nd they v/lll be sold for recycling Into paper products, A red and while trailer v/ith the slogan "Re-Use The News" Is tho depository. Of course any oM nev/spapers v/lll be accepted. This Is a public service ot The Ne/vs. Procc-ecfs v/lll (jo to the Reno County Environmental Protection Committee, V/hen the lluiij conies to choose a rnc-m/jrial for a loved one, will you know where fo look? Hoy/ to decide? What to pay? There is someone you can rely on tor sound professional advi";. /Aemorial Art Co., 1300 Ulckerson Blvd. MO 3-3161. A NO LONGER USED PIANO AND A LOW COST Hutchinson Nev/s V/anl Ad can bring you cash. Dial local 2-3311 or call operator colled 662-1215. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS will help those who sincerely desire to stop drinking, MO 3-7681. ELECT ROLUX-Aolhorl/ed Sales and Service. Alvln Fry, 2015 North Main. MO 56025. BEAUTY by MARY KAY Cosmetics. Betty Priest, 662 8527, 5-5723. Route 3, Hutchinson, Kansas, I will no) l>e responsible for an/ dehti ether than rny ov/n, Bob Hosklns. Hldrcdge limem\mnfi Mattress & Box Springs Custom & Standard Sizes QUALITY ... at no extra price. 400 North Main MO 1-4WI Jlcgcr Rents Furn, Dollies & Pads 17 Coming Events SALE" — Wednesday, Thursday, A 'HT 'l. QUEb Galore, walnut furniture. Other pieces and brass. I'// Ion air conditioner, maple bunk beds, miscellaneous. '/•/ mile east of K 61 on 43rd St, GARAGE SALE — Wednesday and Thursday, October 6lh-7lh. Antiques, furniture, clothing, and misc. 15 Glass Manor lone mile west ot Doskocll Sausage on K-61.) KUMiMAGE SALE 804 West B, October 4, 5, 6, 10 a.m. till dark. Clothing, women's dresses sl/o 24'// down. Jewelry, furniture, tools, dishes, miscellaneous. GARAGE SALE - October 6-7. » A.M.- 5 :P.M>. Clothes, v/lgs, motorcycle and miscellaneous. 3415 North Maple. 3 Family Garage Sale - All v/eek, Mon.l../ thru Erlrlay, 7:AM-3:PM. m rnifos north of Wh on Plurrt, HUMMAGE SALE Tuesday, October 5lh, »I0 South Main, 8 a.m. Mitchell Chapel Church. CHURCH PLEA Market, Thursday 1 a.m., October 7th. 401 East F. SALE 710 South Main, Tuesday. Oclo ber 5th aller 5 p.m. All day October 6-7. RUMMAGE SALE 7:00 lo 4:00 Tuesday - Wednesday. 1610 East 2nd. ; Lost & Found "FOUND AOS" (only) will be accepted FREE if you find something AND WISH TO LOCATE THE OWNER- Come In. . .a friendly ad laker will help you. LOST -Basset! female pup, 7 weeks old, white face, brov/u oars, white and black and brown spots. 1005 East 2JrrJ. 3-5570. LOST --'Brown and" While Brittany Spaniel, male, In Inrnan. Reward. .5856620. LOST - Male Yelk/// Tiger striped cat. I0O5 West llth. MO 3-3586. LOST. DIAMOND from a ring. I carat. Family heirloom. Reward. 2-7754. FOUND - 1967 girl's Trinity class ring. Call 665-5666, 8 lo 5, FOUND: Black female Greyhound near 3rd and Poplar, 643 25444. Found - Kll-'ens at 427 Urban Drive, call to identity, FOUND Siamese Cat Call after" 6 p.m. - 663-2721. LOST -Mais Sealpolnt Siamese cat. Call 24308. Jishicr-Bookkccpcr Excellent opportunity for responsible, dependable woman. Typing and accuracy essential. Neat appearance, pleasant personality with desire to profirm to credit manager. Usual store benefits plus Insurance. Good working conditions, Phone for appointment lo: Marie Spitzer, MO 3-3041 Gordon's Ready to Wear 18 NORTH MAIN HUTCHINSON, KANS, 24 Salespeople Wanted CAN YOU spare 15 hours per week for an extra t50 to *60? We need 2 part time people to service Fuller Brush customers. 662-*23H. FAST, Easy Money Making Sales. No merchandise Investment, MO 5-7680, 1101 East 30lh. 24 Salespeople Wanted ENCYCLOPEDIA SALESMEN MEN WOMEN AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA YOUR AREA GOOD COMMISSIONS TELEPHONE APPOINTMENTS NO CANVASSING PHONE OR WRITE .1245 BROADWAY K.C. M. O. PL 3-4/00 B. MYERSON BOYS AMD GIRLS. Earn Money selling candy. Call 662-9367. NO STRIKES-— NO LAYOFFS Mere Is dn opportunity to secure your future, tiarn rt better living now and advance to a position of security *»nd flnrtnddl independence. Mo interruption of your earing (npdclty, flu crjiling on how much you f.rin earn. tf you like lo m<!trf people and have a pleasant personality, this can no your chance to succeed. Car necessary, fMione M'i-W'i'.l tor an appointrnfint Lar^e Profit Potential Distribute Pamhne equipment, Cattle feeding Nation, waterer, mineral feeders and high pressure washer. Proven throughout the Midwest. Local territory now available. Noply with resume to Nona Id Donahue, Sales Manager, Palo Alio Manufacturing Co., f-mmetsburfl, Iowa Mi Situations Wanted AS A SERVICE to our readers, "Sllua lion Wanted" aits will be accepted at MAI I- PRICE lo Individuals seeking per inanent einployinenl. Ad must tie paid In advance. Come In ... a friendly ad taker will help you. EXPERIENCED Janitor needs sleady |ul) In Hutchinson. Write Hutchinson News I'.ox ?', V2. ODD ions. Painting «, Carpentry, MO I 2219, MO ) 22/S, •>'.) Public Auctions NEW GALVANIZED TIN A I AIK'IION EVERY THURSDAY name your own price. In slieels I tt, v/irle; roll'. 12 It. and Et ft wide hy many length*:. I oi ',aie other weekdays ,il '-.ale ham '.heeti ahoul 3c ST.. IE; mils 4c. HESS ION, KANSAS SALES BARN, Phone 127 441',. IHE PRICE IS RIGII1. FurniluTc Auction Wed., Oct. 6 7 :30 P.M. Outstanding rorislgnmenls of NEW and USED HOME l-'URNISHINGS tor our auction this Wednesday evening and here is hut a partial listing: 65 new carpels in 12 and IJ IE width and from 7 ft. long to 44 ft. long, and various sizes In between. This Includes some kitchen car pet, so this Is a good chance to pick up new carpeting for your home. Like new 22,000 MTU air conditioner, a new 70,000 I1TU Coleman heater, nev/ 14 cu. ft. Whirlpool refrigerators, with small dam ige, / piece dinette sets, outstanding : piece Hassell Spanish bedroom suite. A onslgiiirtenl of Spanish rustic furniture includes desk and chair, sets ol tables, bookcase, storage hamper, 2 Hassett lloral divans, :i piece hickory bedroom suite with twin mirrors, new orthopedic box springs and maltresses, Color TV, pair ol twin walnut teds, twin box. springs and mattress, 2 piece vinyl living room suites, :j piece dark oak bedroom mile, large selection ot nev/ recllners, like nev/ Norge portable dishwasher, 4 2 piece aparlmenl si/e living room suites, maple bunk beds, maple rockers, sals of end and coffee tables, lamps, 2 apart merit si/e electric ranges, Wesllnghousn refrigerator wllh bottom free/er, Hoper M In. gas range, 2 piece black viny tu/edo living room sulles, 5 piece drop eat dining room suite, a o piece light walnut drop leaf dining room suite, dark dining room labia and e chairs, 5 piece Mission oak. dining room suite, utility cabinets, base cabinets, chesfs of drawers, metal china cabinet, 4 piece blond bedroom suite, 3 piece walnuf bedroom suite, pair of twin blond bedi, walnut baby bed, high chairs, 2 piece gram living room suite, used green recllner, Frlgld- alre refrigerator, Hotpolnt washer, nauge- byde sv/lvel rocker, new ad |ustable foot stools, night stands, 110 air conditioner, Klrby sweeper, 2 Filter Queen sweepers. Like new Necchl desk model sewing machine plus I, other console tewing machines, occasional chairs, maple desk, black and white TV, card table and 4 chairs, '! piece Spanish bedroom suite with double dresser, twin beds In velvet, rev/ Remington cash register, Thermofax copying machine, Royal electric typewriter, pair of bar stools, plus quite a bit repossessed furniture not listed here. V/e are still accepting consignments for this v/eek's auction, so bring them In where v/e v/lll gladly buy I piece or a complete houseful. Remember, financing available and up lo 40 day tree storage, If desired. SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 7:30 P.M. Taylor Auction 15 West H 7/0 2 0721 QUITTING BUSINESS SALE furniture, Antiques, Accessories, Oriental rugs, Carpet, Pictures, Glass, Store fixture, Air conditioning equipment, Hundreds of items for home and office. Starts Thursday 9 a.m. DIANE'S, 347 N. Water, Wichita NOTICE! Wo have discontinued our Monday Night Sale, but are still holding our weekly Tuesday nigtit sale which v/lll Include furniture, dishes, antiques, tools a n d miscellaneous, starting at 7:00 P.M. 116 S. Main Hutchinson, Kans. Fred Welch Auctioneer Page 9 The Hutchin§on News Tuesday, October S, 1V71 31 Food PONDVIEW FARM—Rad and YaflsSf Delicious, Jonathan applet/ Good canning apples, S2.00 a bushel. Alia hava melons, squash, pumpklm, iweef potato**, honey and fresh sweet cider. Op*n t fa e:30; Sundays 12 to 6 :30. V/i mil** north of 30th on K-61. JONATHAN, RED and Gold*n'"Mieloui, 13 .00 bushel. Pumpkin and cantalauaa, 4 tor $1, 00. Canning tomato**, t*M bushel. Other vegetable*. SANOY ACRES, 9 miles north on Plum Street. Open waak- days 8 to 8, Sunday 2 to I. APPLES, JONATHAN] OVirnSi Bed and Yellow Delicious, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Sweet Potatoes, Peert, Squash, Pumpkin, fresh cider. W. C. Stoughton Orchard, 2 East and 1 South ot M»dor*. PEAR S, Rring container, «.» bufh *t 2 miles East of Prairie Dun**, 1 mil* North, back 'A mile west. Riversbanks Apples Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Red) Delicious, Grimes Golden, Jon-D*t appl**. Crab apples, Kletfer pears, wat*fm*lon, turhln squash, other fruit* and vaga- tables. Fresh apple cider. Spaclal on Jonathan apples, 12.50 bushel. Dltcount* on large amounts. Vi mil* north ot JOth St. on K-AI. PEARS APPLES: Early Dellclou«, Jon Grim**. V/ealthy. RUEBKE ORCHARD, 3'/» mil** South of Nlnnescah River bridge on Highway K-17, 2 East, Vi North, on th* Weft side. Pretty Prairie. :ia Building Materials ' MOVABLE Home* Component Home* Component Garages PERRY LUMBER CO. So. Hutchinson X 'i Miscellaneous OAK FLOORING; - "a Inch" lap siding, windows, doors and bolts. 711 West 1 /th. FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS—for horn* and business. Lett Electronics, iOD East 4th. USED KIIHIY'S J25 and up. Klrby Co. of Hutchinson. .101 East I5lh, M2-12SI. 45 RPM RecordsT"!$c"~e »ch7" H*A'VE1 RECORD SHOP, 510 NORTH MAIN. COOLERS REMOVED or covered. Rap- Id Delivery Servke. Phone 4a2-5«21. Quickie Boots NEED EXPERIENCED A K U Life Agent tor Assistant t-Atit^tir position in Hutchinson area. Expense allowance, top commission, fringe benefits, leads furnished. Excellent opportunity for lurther advancement. 7Aa|or Company, For Interview write Suite 308, 30C« West Kellogg Drive, Wichita, Kansas «/2l3, or phone (3l«) 243 V58I or 2437421 TIME FOR A CHANGE? Give; us a call! If '/ou're over 25 and are a successful salesman--or v/anl lo be -here's the career opportunity we odor you. TRAINING Thorough training at our National Sales Training school. Expenses paid. Earnings while learning plus complete on-the-|ot> training guaranteed to help make you successful. ' CUSTOMERS Our men and women call on present satisfied clients and contacts. National and local advertising always guarantees places to go and people to see. COMPANY—Nationally known company arid recognked leader In Its field wilh over on* billion dollar* In assets. EARNINGS No celling tin Income. Excellent potential for consistent, five- figure Income, aven th« first year. Plus first-year bonus ot over W,0u0«0. SECURITY- -Our Triple Pay Program puts a fortune at your lingertlps v/hlle you're working. Also assures a tor- tune to live on when you retire or are disabled. Phone Mr. Hrocc, Rarnada Inn, ««3,II0I, Tuesday, V/*dnesday and Thursday EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Merchandise Whip up low-cost boots for apres-ski, dorm, parties! Kick up your heels in fabulous felt or suede cloth, hi- or-low boots with applique and embroidery. Pattern 853: transfer, pattern pieces, sizes S,M,L included. SEVENTYCIVE CENTS for each pattern add 25 cents for each pattern tor Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to l.mira Wheeler, The Hutchinson New*, Needlecraft Dept. 105, Box 141, O I d Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 30011. Print Pattern Number, Nam*, Addre**, Zip. PRINTED PATTERN 30 Wanted to Buy BEFORE YOU SELL GET OUR BID, HIGHEST Prices paid for furniture, appliances, tools and miscellaneous, any quantity. Fred Welch Auction Co., 2 8308, lit South Main, CARL'S FURNITURE PAYS CASH For Good Used Furniture 710 Soulh Main MO 3-9123 HIGHEST PRICES paid for used furniture. HARV'S FURNITURE, 13 Soulh Main, 661-9071. WANTED lirtllany Spaniels with some hunting experience. Phone 1116) 263-1644, V/lchlla. WE GIVE CASH for good used pianos. Call 316 662-41116. Nelson Music WANTED: Used 'two-horse trailer. Will pay cash. 3-9075. Get more for your furniture from Taylor Auction. We will buy one piece or com- plL 'U; hDu^'ful. MO 2-0721. WE PAY TOP DOLLAR For Furniture, Appliances <L Misc. MO 2-7993 FREE Newspaper Pickup In Hutchinson PHONE 5-8J4I 31 Food JONATHAN, Red and Golden Dellcl. ous, 13.00 a bushel. Cantaloupe, 4 for SI .00 Honeydew, pumpkin, and squash. SANDY ACRES In Medora. Open weekdays 12 to 8. Sunday 2 to 8, PUMPKINS and Watermelons by the Iruck loads, 100's of pounds ot Hutternut Squash and tomatoes and Indian corn lor decorallon. lohn's Maket, 4lh & y/hilesldo. SWEET POTATOES Field run. You pick, 42.00 bu. Bring containers. Also tomatoes, squash, pumpkins and melons. One mil* east St. John.-Peterson-Rodarmel. SWEET POTATOES-V/e ar* digging now, 13.00 bushel. Watermelons, we pick, 4 tor tl. You pick, 6 for »l, Glenn Ely, 4001 N. Lorraine. 2-2684, SLIMMING your hipline is one happy result of the angled skirt seajnirig. It adds interest to a smart and simple wool, Daeiwi knit, linen, worsted. Printed Pattern 4713: NEW Half Sizes 10'«, 12'/i, 14»4, 16 'ri, 18 '/2, 20'/i, 22Ms. Size 14V4 (bust :17) takes 2'/i yds. 39 -in, SCVENTY-FIVB CINTt tor each pattern add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mall and Special Handling. SerajJ «• Anne Adams, Car* of Th* Hutchinson Nev/s Pattern Dept. 312, 243 Waal I ft* St., New York, N. Y, 10811. Print NAM>, ADDMIf with VP, IIZS Mai iTYLK NUMIIR.

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