;: THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, March 16, 1963 Briefs Mrs. W. G. Tulloss has gone to Douglass, Kas., to attend funeral services today for her In-other, William Cramer, &, who died at Augusta Wednesday. Accompanying her were her daugh ters, Mrs. Charles S. Darville, 'Overland Park; and Mrs. Floyd Barnett and son, Roger, Olathe, and her cousin, Mrs. V. A. Schnoke. The U. S. Echo satellite will be visible south of Ottawa at 8:51 tonight and again tomorrow night at 7:51 south of the city. Pancake Supper Mar. 22, 5:3t Wmsb. Audit. Alumni Assoc. Adv Brownie Scouts of Troop 321 of Sacred Heart Church visited the Franklin County Humane Society animal shelter on Thursday There were 19 Brownies and five adults in the group. Mrs. Arthur Jones, Herald circulation manager, is attending a weekend meeting of Midwest Cir dilation Managers Association Hotel Muehlebach, Kansas City The Association includes representatives from nine states. Ottawa Garden Club members and others interested in attending the Kaw Valley Garden Association luncheon in Ottawa March 23 should make reservations by Tuesday with Mrs. M. R. Shoger or Mrs. T. E. Bennett. The luncheon will be in Masonic temple. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Mary Harkins, a student nurse in Providence Hospital School o) Nursing, Kansas City, is a patienl in the hospital. She is in 340 West. Mrs. Frank Wiley, Wichita, is reported in St. Joseph's Hospital at Wichita. According to a daughter Mrs. William T. Dawson, RFD 1, Mrs. Wiley has been removed from the critical list. She has been seriously ill about two weeks. She is a former Ottawan. The Franklin County Home Economic Advisory Council of the Agricultural Extension Council will meet at 1:45 Monday at the new office of the Kansas Sate Employment Service. The Franklin County 4-H Council will meet at 7:30 Monday night in the basement of the First Methodist Church. Deaths MRS. ALICE JANE HUFF Services for Mrs. Alice Jane Huff, 87, Bartlesville, Okla., formerly of Chippewa Hills area west of Ottawa, were in Bartlesville March 13 at Keeley-Neekamp Funeral home, Bartlesville. Burial was in Silver Lake Cemetery. Mrs. Huff, a resident of Bartlesville since 1915, died in a nursing home there March 10 after an extended illness. Attending the funeral were Bessie Veix, Mrs. Rose McAuley and Mrs. Cora E. Prophet, who were accompanied to Bartlesville by their nephew, George L. Veix. Mrs. Huff was born in Canada Feb. 2, 1876, and was reared and received her education there. She was married to Charles W. Huff in Canada and they moved to Delaware, Okla., in 1909 where they lived until 1915 when they moved to Bartlesville. Mr. Huff died the same year. Mrs. Huff was a member of the Matoka Baptist Church and of the Indian Territory Pioneer Association. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Mattie Jacobs, Thamesville, Ontario, Canada, and one grandson. MERL JAMES Merl James, 76, 201'^ W. 2nd, an Ottawa resident the past 60 years, died in Cedar Nursing home today at 7:50 a.m. He had been in ill health for some time. He was a Santa Fe railroad switchman who worked from 1913 until 1952. Services will be Monday at 3:30 p.m. at Dengel & Son Mortuary. Rev. Roy Armstrong will officiate. Burial will be in High; land Cemetery. Mr. James was born April 26, 1886, at Waverly. On Sept. 7, 1912, at Paola, he married Maude Calvin who died Feb. 9, 1958. Recently, before entering the nursing home he made his home with his ; sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and - Mrs, E. J. Calvin, Ottawa. He was a member of Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. , Surviving are two grandsons, ;Jot» James and Jay James, Topeka; his sister, Mrs. Calvin and many nieces and nephews. A son, Merle J., died Jan. 26, I860. , IRISH-JEWISH QUEEN - Leatrice Cohen, 22, wears crown in New York after winning beauty contest of Loyal League of Yiddish Sons of Erin. Contestants had to be both Irish and Jewish. Leatrice's father came from Belfast. She'll reign at St. Patrick's Day.Purim banquet and festival. Still Alive After Kidney Transplant BOSTON (AP)-Last April 5, accountant Melbourne Doucette Jr., 25, received a kidney transplanted from a dead man whose name Doucette doesn't know to this day. Now, 11 months later, Doucette, father of two boys, works in a basement office in his Wakefield home and lives an almost normal life, except for daily check-up visits to a hospital. Beneficiary of an historic surgical operation, Doucette now has lived longer than any other person in America after receiving a kidney from a dead man. A patient in France has survived 14 months. He told about the operation — what little he remembers—after doctors at Peter Bent Brigham lospital disclosed the transplant Friday at a news conference. "They took me into the operating room about 8 o'clock one night, and I told 'them I wasn't Cars Damaged In Collisions Cars driven by Glenn Geiss, RFD 3, Ottawa, and Dwight Poole, RFD 2, Wellsville, collided about 5 yesterday afternoon in the 200 block on Walnut Street. Damage to the Geiss car was estimated at $150 and damage to other car was estimated at $25. Geiss was going north on Walnut and Poole was pulling from a drive prior to the mishap. Two other cars, driven by Joeseph J. Weherle, 534 Maple, and Cover Backus, Merriam, were involved in an accident in the 100 block on East Logan about 6 yesterday evening. Damage to Weherle's car was estimated at $65 and damage to other car at $25. Both cars were going east prior to the accident. Backus was cited for following :oo closely and being involved n an accident. Funerals ARCHIE C. BRYAN Services for Archie C. Bryan, 81, Richmond, were March 14, at Farris Chapel, Garnett. Rev. Wilbur Purvis officiated. Mrs. djy Meisenheimer sang hymns. Pallbearers were Raymond Wagner, Lee Metze, George C. Dierich, Edwin Horstick, Cecil and Gene Vining. Burial was in Richmond Cemetery. Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberta Lamb Funeral Home supposed to have an operation," Doucette recalled. "But they said, 'We've got a kidney and you're going to get it,' and then they gave me the needle." Although the doctors won't tell him the name of the donor, Doucette says he believes from conversations with other patients that he was about 30 years old, a father like himself and that he died in the hospital. The kidney transplants were pioneered at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Dr. John P. Merrill, who has had a prominent role in the operations, said 61 transplants have been done at the hospital and 20 recipients survived. The first seven patients died but four of the last six survived. To Clear Tonight ' TOPEKA (AP) - Thunderstorms may occur in eastern Kansas this afternoon followed by clearing skies and cooler temperatures tonight, the Weather Bureau said. Light rain fell in eastern and northern Kansas Friday night, with .20 of an inch reported at Chanute. Shower activity was reported at Hill City this morning. Windy conditions were reported over the state this morning: Gusts to 63 miles per hour at Hill City and to 48 at Salina were recorded. Dust blew in southwest Kansas. Pomona News Planting Tips Given By Garden Club By MARY HUDELSON Tips on planting were given for the roll call of the Pomona Flower Club which met at the home of Mrs. Charlie Cain Tuesday, March 12. An invitation from the Ottawa Garden Club was read. Members filled in the name of the lesson for each month of the coming year. "Planting and the care of flowers the year around" was the March topic, and each member present told about one month and a particular flower for it. The hostess, Mrs. Cain, served refreshments to the 10 members present. Fish pools and perennials will be the topic for the next meeting, April 9, at the home of Mrs. Harve Crow. Favorite birds around the home will be used for the roll call. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sedgwick were Mr. and Mrs. Byron Yates, Raton, N. Mex.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whiffen, Wichita, Bud Yates, Los Angeles, Calif.; Byron Yates, Jr., Albuquerque, N. M.; Robert Home, and Mrs. Stella Lane, Ottawa. All of the Yates families, were here for the funeral of Fred Yates, the brother of Byron Yates. In the afternoon the callers were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mullen, Osage City; Mrs. Bert Ross, Osage City; Mr. and Mrs. Merl Montgomery, and Roger Lee, Ottawa. A project talk about his horse by Billy Hopkins and an article about Brahms for music appreciation by Linda Griffin made the program for the Victory Workers 4-H Club meeting Wednesday, March 13. The -games for ihe recreation period were planned by Marilyn Baker and Carol Reed. The club National 4-H Club Week. The sponsor, Mrs. Leo Wittman, Mike Bethell, and Linda Griffin were chosen as a com mittee to purchase gifts for last year's leaders. Marilyn Baker was elected as reporter to serve for a member who dropped out. Pam Langley was appointed as ceremony leader, a new office. White ribbons were distributed to the members for their rating in chorus at the County Club Day. Refreshments were served to LO members, one visitor and one leader by Mike Bethell and his mother. Sheep, Lamb Output Down TOPEKA (AP) - Sheep and lambs on feed for market in Kansas totaled 133,000 head March 1, and this year's early lamb crop totaled 211,000 head, both slightly below a year ago, the Kansas Crop and Livestock Rep o r t i n g Service figures show. Marketings of fed sheep and lambs during January and February totaled 125,000 head, 39 per cent less than during the same period in 1962. Generally mild February weather allowed for favorable gains in the development of early Iambs. A few early lambs were marketed in south central Kansas March 1. Ann Landers She Was Wrong To Criticize Dad Local Markets Wheat ...................... $2.06 Soybeans .................. ...2.44 Ear Cirn ................... 1.07 Shell Corn Milo Barley Oats ......................... 81 e ................... ..... 1.00 Butterfat ................ .47, 42 Eggs ........................ 20c Grade Eggs ...... 32c, 25c, 20c Hens KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle: Compared with last week's close- slaughter steers and heifers 501.00 lower; calves to 1.00 lower- vealers steady; feeders to 50 lower; good to prime steers 19.7523.00; good to prime heifers 19.7523. 5J; good and choice slaughter calves 19.00-24.00; good to prime vealers 24.00-32.00; good to fancv feeders 20.50-32.00. Sheep: Slaughter lambs to 1.00 lower; ewes and feeder lambs little changed; good to prime lambs 17.75-19.50; cull to utility ewes 4.00-7.25; good to choice feeder lambs 14.00-16.00. Hogs: Barrows and gilts 25 lower; sows steady; barrows and gilts 1-3 190-290 lb 13.25-14.35; sows 1-3 275-400 lb 12.75-74.35; 400-650 lb 12.00-75. Quality MONUMENTS call Stewart Memorials across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 C mm WOTADS all CH 24700 Lent Special SHRIMP BASKET Basket of Golden Brown Shrimp with our own Special Sauce and French Fries. WILLIAMS DAIRY CREME 1644 South Main CH 2-9730 Dear Ann Landers: I am a 16- year-old girl who needs your advice. My father and I have not spoken one word to each other in over two weeks. This is the result of some constructive criticism which I tried to give him. My father has a very annoying habit of making an excessive amount of noise while eating. This isn't just chomping on celery or slurp- ng soup. He ; v e n makes noise while chewing soft food. It's something he does with his lips and mouth, can't quite describe it but it get on my nerves. I told my father in a polite way that he should try to quiet down his eating habits. He became furi ous and said I had no right to correct him even if he is wrong I think people should welcome constructive criticism. What is your opinion? — GREATLY TROUBLED Dear Greatly: There is no "polite" way to tell a father to si lence his eating habits. You were clearly out of order, Toots. Criticism can be constructive only if it comes from an acceptable source. A 16-year-old daughter doesn't qualify. And I'll bet a wet noodle to a crate of celery that you offered your "construe tive criticism" in the presence of others — which earned you the verbal pasting. Dear Ann Landers: I know it's not right to read mail addressed to others — you've said it in your column numerous times. But the damage is done and now I need to know what to do about it. I was cleaning my son's room and came across a letter written by a girl he went with last summer. I am so shocked at the contents of that letter that I've been half sick ever since I read it. Both my son and the girl are 19. They have been intimate on several occasions. I can't understand how two young people who were reared in respectable, Christian homes could have gone over the line of moral decency. Shall I face my son with the letter and confess that I read it? (He'll be furious.) Or shall I remain silent and try to forget it? Please guide me.—BITTER FRUIT Dear Bitter Fruit: Now that you've read the letter you can't ignore the situation. Someone, preferably a man with whom your son has a com fortable relationship, should have a talk with the boy. There should be no preaching or castigation. He should be told in plain langu age that the dangerous game he's playing can wreck the girl's life — and his as well. Countless teenagers have paid a devastating price for pre-marital experimenting. And they all thought it couldn't happen to them. Dear Ann Landers: Your reply to the mother whose teenage sons liked to go to school without sox was a masterpiece. "F a d, Schmad," you wrote, "tell the kids they can't leave the house without sox and make it final." I read that column on my way to work and had a good laugh. When I arrived at the office I glanced around and guess what JAMES—Funeral services for Mr. Merl James, long-time resident who passed away this morning will be conducted from the Mortuary Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Rev. Armstrong, officiating. Interment Highland Cemetery. Ph. CH 2-2323 I discovered? Seven women are employed in this office and out of the seven only one woman wears hose. She is an elderly person with rheumatism. The six women whose legs are bare are between 22 and 35 years of age. And this is March, please notice! What are your views on bare legs for women, Miss Landers?— HIGH POINT, N.C. Dear High Point: Welcome back from the African jungles. We've discussed this in the column before. Barelegged women are out of place in the business world. Hose are a must for good grooming— summer and winter. Are you going steady? Making marriage plans? If so, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Before You Marry — Is It Love Or Sex?", enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self addressed envelope. Hospital Notes Admissions Herbert Wolse, Richmond; Wayne Lacey, Quenemo; Friday. Debrah, Gloria, Steven, Daryl and Donald Stottlemire, Rantoul; Mrs. Anna Smith, 917 King; Saturday. Dismissals Donald Davis, Williamsburg; Mrs. Calvin Bostic, Williamsburg; Mrs. Lola Wagner, Cedar House nursing home; Mrs. Foster Roberts and baby daughter, Pomona; Mrs. Leland Davidson, RFD 4; Saturday. Oops! Wrong Head With Story Headlines on two stories in yesterday's Herald were transposed One headline, "Cars Damaged In Collision," appeared over a story about the theft of Gerald McGaugh's car near Wellsville where he lives. The headline should have been with an article about an accident involving cars driven by Stephen Harris, 1231 S. Hickory, and Ira Bonine, RFD 3, Ottawa. The headline, "Car Stolen Near Wellville," appeared with the accident story. Bonine was cited for making an illegal right turn, according to police records. The citation was not mentioned in yesterday's article. Legate (First Published March 3, 1M3) (Last Published March 16, 1B63) In The Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas IT. the Matter of the Estate of Ida McDonald Brown, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said Court by William O. Cain, named as executor In the Last Will and Testament of the above named decedent, said Will bear- Ing date of March 27, 1858, and filed with said petition praying for the admission of said Will to Probate and the granting of letters testamentary to William O. Cain and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 25th day of March, 1963, at 10:00 a.m. of said day, in said Court, in the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the said petition. William O. Cain Petitioner John B. Pierson Attorney for Petitioner (First Published March 16, 1(63) (Last Published March 30, 1863) In The Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Claude Summers, deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT Notice is hereby given to the credi tors, heirs, devisees and legatees of Claude Summers, deceased, and all others concerned, that on the llth day ot March, 1963, the undersigned was by the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas duly appointed and qualified as administratrix of the estate of Claude Summers, deceased, late of Franklin County, Kansas. All parties interested in said estate ill take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by law, and If their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. Muriel L. Devlne Administratrix Anderson & Byrd Attorneys for Administratrix (Published March 13, 15, IB, 21, 22 and 23) ELECTION NOTICE Following is a list of persons who have filed statements of candidacy, petitions and statements of commlsslonership for nomination to the offices hereinafter named, as such names will appear on the official ballot at the General Election to be held In the City of Ottawa, Kansas on Tuesday, April 2, 1963, towlt: FOR COMMISSIONER OF FINANCE AND REVENUE Cheney, J. R. Hanes, Lyle D. FOR MEMBER, BOARD OP EDUCATION Chesbro, Vernon B. Hudelson, John F. McKelvey, Don L. Seymour, Mrs. Ethel Rul* Smith, Ray V. Spencer, Mrs. H'lixnbeth IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 , I have lereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of the City of Ottawa. Kansas this llth day of March, 1M3. Donald R. Capper City Clerk (•*•!> Legate (First Published March T, 1MB) (Last Published March U, INS) In The Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate tt Otis Burnett, Deceased. Case No. 10-SM State of Kansas Franklin County ss: NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansas to the Creditors, Heirs, devisees, legatees, and all other persons concerned of the decedent: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned was duly appointed and qualified as administrator of the above entitled .estate on the 25th day of February, 1M3, and that letters of administration have been duly granted to him as such administrator; that all persons having demands against the said estate must exhibit them within nine months from the first publication of this notice, as provided by law; and that If their demands be not exhibited within such time they shall be forever barred. Blllle E. Burnett, Administrator Donald L. White Attorney (or Administrator (Published March 13, U, IS, 16, 18 and 19) RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE MASSAsorr 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 lino of Mulberry Street, to the West line of Sycamore Street, City of Ottawa, Kansas, is in need of paving, curbing and guttering, the Governing Body ol the City of Ottawa, Kansas deems II necessary to pave, curb, gutter and otherwise improve Massasoit 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 Is necessary to pave, curb, gutter and otherwise improve Massasoit 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 6'/j Inches and 28 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 special assessments shall be levied to pay for the same. That Massasoit Street from the East line of Mulberry Street to the Wfcst line of Sycamore Street Is ad- Joined 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 30th day of February. 1M3. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk (Published March 13, 14, IS, 16, IT, 18, It and 20) A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE SECOND STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF HICKORY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF CEDAR STREET AND FROM THE EAST LINE OP LOCUST STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF WALNUT STREET AND THIRD STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF HICKORY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF CEDAR STREET AND FROM THE EAST LINE OF LOCUST STREET TO THE WEST LINE OP WALNUT STREET, AND FOURTH STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF HICKORY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OP CEDAR STREET IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS AND PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE COST THERE- OP. WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 2226, duly passed by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, now in full force and effect, designates Second Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, and from the East line 'of Locust Street to the West line of Walnut Street and Third Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, and from the East line of Locust Street to the West line of Walnut Street, and Fourth Street, from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, in the City of Ottawa. Kansas, as main trafflcways within the meaning of Section 12-685 of the 1961 Supp. to G.S. Kas. 1949. and WHEREAS, The Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, deems U necessary to improve the above described main trafficways, and intends to so improve said main trafflcways, NOW THEREFORE, Be It Resolved by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: Section 1. It Is necessary to improve Second Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, and from the East line of Locust Street to the West line of Walnut Street, and Third Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, and from the East line of Locust Street to the West line of Walnut Street, and Fourth Street from the East line ol Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, In the City of Ottawa, Kansas, heretofore designated as main trafficways under Ordinance 2226 by widening said streets. Section 2. That the nature of said widening project shall consist of removing the existing curb and gutter and adding a 20-foot wide strip of concrete pavement to each side of the existing streets. Said concrete pavement to be an average thickness of six (6) inches and plain concrete, Including monolithic curb and gutter, all In accordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of the City Clerk. Section 3. The total cost of the improvement shall be paid by the City at large. Section 4. This Resolution Is passed under the authority of Section 12688 of the 1961 Supp. to G.S. Kan. 1949. The foregoing Resolution duly passed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 2Vth day of February, 1963. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk SALE DATES Harold Stewart ft 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—46 Ottawa RFD 4. »ranl£l!r County Sale Company Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway 68. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Ovarbrook Livestock tele, Overbrook Kansas Every Wednesday Every friday - &n<>n Ccunty U*» »toek *jn'iiii -.»« oitv Kan«a« April 4 — Oakland School House ft Contents, B miles northwest of Ottawa. Print} and Son Ben Printy 'Tap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 April 13 — Storage Auction—furniture and Antiques - Ottawa Transfer and Storage Co., 101 N. Main, Ottawa. 12:00 Noon. community auction •very ru«ta»> night 1 p.m,, UM N •SB* Legato (first Published February I«, 1M1» (Last .Published March 16, 1MI) STATE OP KANSAS Kansat State PenltantUry NOTICE I, Wiles, Roy Okie, sentenced »-!»• SO for the crime of Att. Or. Lar. Auto; Jail Brk. In Franklin County, Kansas, will apply on 3-38-63 for Hab. Executive Clemency, to the Governor, at hi* office in Topeka, Kansas. Wiles, Roy Oaylt KSP No. 12431 Petitioner: Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local •ds 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 6e 3 insertions per word 15c 6 insertions per word 24c 12 insertions per word 4Sc 26 insertions per word 90c Cash minimum 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. Local Me per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National He per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem fl.OO 2 insertions no change .. $1 .SO Special Discount Contract Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount. Blind Ads - 50c extra Card of Thanks The kindness and sympathy of our neighbors, friends and relatives in our recent sorrow will always be remembered. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for the food, the many cards, letters and flowers. May God bless you.—Tht Clyde Mock family. We wish to thank our neighbors, friends, and relatives for the many deeds of kindness, flowers and words of sympathy received during our recent bereavement, the death of our husband and father.—Signed, Mrs. A. C. Bryan; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bryan; Harold Bryan; Mrs. Robert Haney. Lost and Found LOST — Light blue glasses — Girls —Reward. CH 2-5341. Notices —9 RAINBOW-INN 1005 N. Main beginning Monday March 17 will be open from 9 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. until former Notice. Formerly known as Dots Tavern. Retta Conclave No. 8 Order of True Kindred. Retta Conclave No. 9 No Meeting Monday March 18. Change for Special Meeting of Jobs Daughters TKs next meeting March 25. 8:00 p.m. Clara Finch-W.C. Marie Raffelock—Secy. Personals —14 GIRL OR BOY, even though handicapped, must be able to speak and write Spanish, English, good conservative driver for my Volkswagen Camper on trip to Mexico. Might stay 2 months. Allen Shipley, 305 South Prairie, Yates Center. Male Help Wanted —19 HELP WANTED - Two experienced carpenters. Year around work. — Rule and Shrum Construction. — CH 2-4188. Are you satisfied with your' present income? We will guarantee $105.00 per week to hard working married man age 2240. No strikes — No Layoffs. Contact Mr. Smith at the North American Hotel March 18, Monday Evening after 7:00 p.m. or March 19, Tuesday morning between 8:00 • 9:00 a.m. 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, 2240, and have pleasing personality. For details write Box No. Z 64 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY Need Spare Time Salesman For NATIONALLY FAMOUS OLSON RUG COMPANY In and Around Ottawa Should have car. Experience not necessary. We furnish leads. WRITE giving complete details including age, martial status, experience, etc. Address Letter to: R. C. ALWORTH OLSON RUG CO. 2800 No. Pulaski RA Chicago 41, IlUnoii j wrtowtwi** ---if •*-. "•.!'•"
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