The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 26, 1963 · Page 8
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Ottawa, Kansas
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I ': ft THE OTTAWA HERALD ™ Tuesday, March 28, 1963 News Briefs Larry L. Briggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Briggs, Richmond, is being re-assigned to Barksdale AFB, La., following his graduation from the U.S. Air- Force technical training course for jet aircraft mechanics at Amarillo AFB, Tex. Truyn Bischoff, Williamsburg, showed films of his trip to Europe last year to a gathering at the city auditorium at Lenexa last night. Bischoff will show the films again Monday, April 1, to the Richmond Lions Club. Total carloads moved over Santa Fe System lines for the week ending March 23, were 32,766 compared with 35,259 for the same week a year ago. Cars received from connections totaled 12,740 compared with 12,628 for the same week a year ago. Stanley A. Langr, a field representative of the Kansas Veterans' Commission, will be in Ottawa at 1 every Tuesday afternoon in April to assist veterans and their dependents or survivors with veterans service Work. Langr will be at city hall. Anyone unable to contact him at that time may write, phone or visit the commission headquarters in the new city building at Lawrence. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv The county treasurer's office has announced that the second quarterly payment on truck tags costing $100 or more is due April l.;A five per cent penalty is assessed for late payments made within the first 30 days. Mrs, Carol Gray, 2608 Kensington, Kansas City, has returned to: her home after undergoing surgery ; March 19, at St. Joseph's Hospital. She will be at home se'veral weeks before returning to her job with Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Elks Club duplicate bridge Club winners for Monday night were north-south, first, Walter Hegberg and Ted Crandall; second, Robert F. Miller and Paul Fredeen; east-west, first, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanks; second, Mrs. Pearl Brillhart and Mrs. Garnet Peterson, Osawatomie. • Visiting Mrs. Etta Barnhart, 1103 N. Chery, during the week- lend were Mrs. Bertie Golden and Mrs. Grace Warren, Kansas City. Royal Neighbor lodge received notice of the death of a member, Mrs. Thirza R. Patton, 83, in Arkansas City, March 14. Mrs. James Hollon, 1024 N. Cedar, has received notice that her son, William D. Burgoon, has been promoted to PFC. He had his basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and trained at Ft. Sill, Okla., before going to Korea in December. He is an administration clerk. His address is Pfc. William D. Burgoon, US 55741786, Hq. Battery, 1st How. Bn., 21st Artillery, APO 24, San Francisco, Calif. Harvey Morris, Spring Hill, was involved in a 1-car accident on Interstate 35 one mile east of Wellsville yesterday morning. Sheriff Joe Ferns reports that Morris said a bee flew inside the car and caused him to have the accident. Morris was not injured seriously. T. S. Coen, RFD 3, is in University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kas. His room is 306-S. County Clerk Bruce Spears announced today that 10 persons have collected the $2 per pair bounty on coyote ears during the past month. He said one boy brought in six pairs, and 24 pairs were brought in altogether. The county clerk's office has announced that all but three county assessors have completed their teri rotr L.sw eai urtta ish qe territories. Law requires that the assessors complete their work by the end of March. MrS. J. H. Willemstein, 922 S. Cherry, has been cited by the police for driving without a valid driver's license. The police are holding a bicycle found at 5th and Walnut. The owner may pick it up at police headquarters after giving proper identification. Local Markets Wheat 12.0ft Soybeans 2.40 Ear corn • 1.09 Shelled corn 1.14 Milo 1.78 Barley 1.08 Oats 81 Bye 1.M Butterfat 47, .42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 29, 25, 20 Hens . •• KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)-Cattle 4,500; calves 10; slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25 higher; average and high choice steers 23.60; -choice and prime 24.15; good 21.50-22.75; choice heifers 22.00-23.25; good and low choice 20.50-22.00; utility and commercial cows 15.25-17.00; good and choice vealers 24.00-30.00; good and choice feeder steers 23.0026.00. * Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts steady to strong; 1-3 barrows and gilts 13.00-14.25; sows 12.00-13.25. Sheep 1,800; slaughter lambs steady; choice and prime wooled lambs 18.00-19.75; choice and prime spring lambs 19.00-20.00; ewes 6.00-7.50. JOHNSON — Funeral Services for Mr. Harry F. Johnson will be conducted from the Mortuary Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Ned Roberts, officiating. Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. Ph. CH 2-2323 Scout Troop Camps Out Boy Scout Troop 72 of the Trinity Methodist Church camped out Saturday night and Sunday at the campsite area owned by Ralph McRea, Richmond. The boys, using sleeping bags and no tents, were Mike Bon- Jour, Dean Chapman, Gary Cole, Eddie Davis, Everett Davis, Mike Edwards, Martin Floyd, Mickey Floyd, Steve Hinton, Ronald Jacob, Louis Kelly, Roger Milton, Woody Price, Terry Rinehart and Buddy Smith. Scoutmaster Dick Pointer and assistants and committemen, Rollin Cole, Gary Fisher, Russell Davis, Warren Milton and Max Floyd, camped with the boys. The Scouts worked on a roadway to the area Saturday afternoon and played games and had a scavenger hunt after dark. Sunday morning Rev. Ralph Edwards had breakfast with the troop and conducted outdoor church services. The remainder of the day was spent on a nature study hike. Honor For Art ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP)—Art Heyman, who led Duke to third place in the National Collegiate Basketball championships, will receive The Associated Press Player of the Year award tonight at the Atlantic Coast Conference's basketball jamboree. Memorial Record McCUNE — Albert "Bert" F. McCune, past 76, longtime resident of the Princeton area, passed away this morning. Funeral services will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home Thursday, 2 p.m., Rev. Charles Dumond officiating, assisted by Rev. W. B. DeVilbiss. Interment will be in Richmond Cemetery. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 Deaths Former Ottawan Dies At Houston Mrs. Dixie Jeanne Vicars, 37, Houston, Tex., died today at 6:20 a.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital, Houston, after an illness of nine months. Daughter of Wayne E. and Emma Gilliland, she was born in Ottawa, May 31, 1925. She was graduated from Ottawa High School in 1943 and from University of Kansas School of Journalism in 1947. During her high school days she worked on The Ottawa Herald. She later worked on the Hutchinson News, the Oklahoma City Oklahoman and the Miami, Fla., Herald. She was married to Rex A. Vicars, in Ottawa, Dec. 29, 1956. She is survived by her widower; one daughter, Patricia Ann, and her parents. Services will be at Houston tomorrow. Graveside services will be in Highland Cemetery, Ottawa Friday afternoon. The time will be announced by the Lamb Funeral Home. MRS. GARLAND ELLIOTT Services for Mrs. Garland Elliott, Lubbock, Tex., the former Vera McMahon, of Gamett, were yesterday at Lubbock. Mrs. Elliott, 57, died Saturday evening at her home. She had been working in her garden before suffering a heart attack and died before she could be taken to the hospital. She was the daughter of Sherman and Emma McMahon. Surviving is the widower; a son, Jerry, the first baby born in Ransom Memorial Hospital, and three grandchildren, Lubbock; a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Sparks, Lubbock, and a brother, Kenneth McMahon, Osawatomie. Attending the funeral were Mrs. Pauline Sims, Richmond, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reed, Ottawa. Mrs. Sims and Mrs. Reed are sisters-in-law. BERT McCUNE Albert F. "Bert" McCune, 76, farmer and stockman of four miles southeast of Princeton, died today at 6:40 a.m. in Anderson County Hospital, Garnett. He had been seriously ill the past week. Services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Lamb Funeral Home. Officiating will be Revs. Charles DuMond and W. B. DeVilbiss. Burial will be in Richmond Cemetery. Mr. McCune was born Dec. 28, 1886, in Dallas Center, Iowa. He had lived on the same farm since 1902 when he came there with his parents from Iowa. He was a member of the Church of the Brethren. Surviving are two nieces and five nephews, living in Iowa, California, Colorado and Arizona. MRS. MARGARET FEUERBORN Mrs. Margaret Wolken Feuerborn, 86, died at her home three miles northeast of Garnett early this morning after an extended illness. Mrs. Feuerborn, widow of the late Henry Feuerborn, is survived by two daughters, Elizabeth, Feuerborn, of the home, and Sister Mary Nadine, Helena, Mont.; four sons, Albert Feuerborn, of the home; Vincent and Arnold Colo., and Matt Feuerbron, Garnett. Two other sons, Ambrose and Leon, preceded her in death. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Ferris Funeral Home, Garnett. MRS. ARLINE SHIELDS Ottawans were notified of the death of Mrs. Arline Shileds, 75, Grinnell, Iowa, March 24, after a long illness. She was the wife of the late Dr. David Shields, pastor of Frist Christian Church from 1941 to 1944. Services were today in Salina. Mr. Shields died in 1952. Mrs. Shields is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Charles Kaufman, Grinnell. HARBISON - Funeral Services for Donald E. Harbison will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Thursday from Towner's Funeral Chapel. Interment in Highland Cemetery. Cotoner's ( I I MM I OHS Notes Sixteen Ottawa students interested in nursing will attend an all- day open house program at Osawatomie State Hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Beth. Beller, school nurse, will attend with the students. Ottawa Senior High and Garnett High School will begin the track season at 3:30 Wednesday afternoon at Ottawa University. Junior High athletes also will meet Bonner Springs Junior High at OU. Tom Jordan, Ottawa High art instructor, will take a group of students to Kansas University Friday to view an art exhibition. The high school band will give concerts Friday at two Pittsburg high schools. About 40 members of Ottawa High School's Future Homemakers of America will go by bus to Kansas State University, Manhattan, for a "get acquainted" session Saturday. 300 Attend Land Bank Meeting The annual stockholders' meeting of the Federal Land Bank Association of Ottawa was held yesterday at the National Guard. There were approximagely 300 present. Colbern's Restaurant served a buffet dinner, and Harold Ensley entertained the group with a talk on hunting and fishing- President George Feuerborn presided. The principal address was given by the vice president and secretary, R. Bruce Crutcher, of the Federal Land Bank of Wichita. Hie manager, R. L. Smay, reported that 106 loans were made during the year totaling $1,183,500, and that there are 716 outstanding loans in the amount of $5,383,714 in the territory which consists of Franklin, Anderson and Miami Counties. Feuerborn, Richmond, and Donald Steward, Ottawa, were elected directors for 3-year terms. R. L. Smay, Ottawa, and Wanda Pederson, Ottawa, were elected as manager and office assistant, respectively. Feuerborn was reelected president, and Steven P. Russell, Paola, vice president. Plan Classes For Homemakers A young homemakers short course in home furnishings will be held in Wellsville, Rosemary Crist, county home economics agent, announced today. The tentative dates set for the classes, which will be held in the evening, are April 2, April 11, April 16 and April 30. Young homemakers and girls who will soon be homemakers may obtain more information or enroll in the class by calling the extension office in the courthouse or Mrs. Phillip Jacoby, extension home economics township representative at Wellsville. Folksingers In KU Concert Folksingers Peter, Paul and Mary will present a concert at 8 p.m., Saturday in Allen Field House at the University of Kansas, Lawrence. The group has sung in nightclubs and has recorded two long- playing record albums. "T h e Lemon Tree," "Five Hundred Miles" and "The Hammer Song" are among their recordings. Admission prices are 75 cents, $1 and $1.25. Reserve seat tickets are being sold on the KU campus now. General admission tickets will be available the night of the concert. Elks Name Scholarship Winners An Osawatomie boy is among the 15 high school seniors and college undergraduates selected to receive scholarship awards from the Kansas Elks Association. He's William Spellman, a freshman at Baker University, who will receive a $300 award. The scholarships were awarded on the basis of citizenship essays written by the applicants. Other applicants selected to receive scholarships were Michael Cann, Russell; Linda Hauptli, Glen Elder; Joweph Zerger, McPherson; Carol Lyon, Topeka; Paula Dickens, Newton; Jean Hardy, Hoisington; Robert Nickel, Wichita; Candace McQueen and Robert Mowry, Phillipsburg; Rebecca Rogers, Garden City; Ronald Roesler, Junction City; Dona Gerber and Martin Marcotte, Concordia; and Patricia Brown, Belle Plains. The winners were selected from 75 applicants representing 38 of the Kansas ,Elks Lodges. They will receive their certificates at the annual convention of the Kansas Elks Association in Wichita, May 5. Eldon Schnoke, 525 S. Maple, Ottawa, is on the Kansas Elks Scholarship Committee. OHS Students Claim Honors Peggy Walburn and Marjorie Golden, both Ottawa High School juniors, were awarded first-place honors in the beginning shorthand competition at the regional convention of Future Business Leaders at Topeka. The girls competed with students from 13 schools. They will participate in state competition later in the year. Honors also were won at the district speech and drama festival at Shawnee Mission West High School by Linda Showalter, Bill Douglas and a one- act play cast of students. The two individuals were given high ratings for readings. Ask Quiet Title On 117 Acres A quiet title action has been filed in the County District Court to clear the title on 117 acres near Williamsburg on Route 1. The petition was filed by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Raymond Shaw, who have been in possession of the property under claim of title for the past 15 years. The plaintiffs are asking for a judgment that they are owners in fee simple of the property. Claude L. and Katie G. Hayden, address unknown, have been named as defendants. Unless they plead to the petition by May 8, a judgment will be entered in favor of the plaintiff. Hospital Notes Admissions Bert Perry, Baldwin, Charles Hazelrigg, Pierre, S. D.; Ray Harper, 525, Willow. Births Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kirkland, RFD 1, Rantoul, son Tuesday, weight, 6 lb., 1% oz. Dismissals. Shari McMillen, RFD 2; Mrs. Vernon Rocker and baby son, 1127 N. Hickory, Tuesday. en \ri:r I \ \\ A. K Tickets Are Now On Sole For "Breath of Spring" by Peter Coke Community Theater Players, Inc. Spring. Production Memorial Auditorium March 28-29-30 Curtain Time — 8:15 p.m. Adm. $1.00 . . . Reservations 25c — at Gas Service Co. Members and Cast are Selling Tickets. Marriage License Wendell Leroy Flinn, 23, Ottawa, and Mildred Arta Peed, 18, Ottawa. Ronald Burnell Childers, 22, Muncie, and Judith Mae Paul, 19, Overland Park. Ottawan In Little Royal Show Susan Alderman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Alderman, 1202 S. Willow, will show a Hereford heifer in the Little American Royal March 30 at Kansas State University, Manhattan. Miss Alderman is a freshman pre-veterinary student The Little American Royal is a fitting and showing contest where only university • owned livestock are shown. Anyone enrolled at K-State is qualified to show. The contestants are judged on their ability to fit and show their animals and on the improvement of their animals. The Little Royal is held in connection with Agricultural Science Day and Home Economics Hospitality Day. Informative and educational exhibits will be displayed by the various departments and organizations in the school of agriculture and school of home economics. Grass Fires Troublesome In County The sheriff's office reports that two grass fires went out of control yesterday afternoon. One of the fires started. about 4:30 p.m. near the Fred Elliott farm 1% miles south of Richter. Sheriff Joe Ferns said the fire l<oi away after someone started burning trash. He said about 20 acres were burned. The other fire began about 6:15 p.m. on the Kenneth Richardson farm three miles southwest of Pomona. The sheriff said fires set to burn brush piles went out of control and for a while threatened the farm house and outbuildings. Sheriff Ferns warned that extreme caution must be used when burning off land during the dry, windy weather. Legate (First Published March 12, 1983) (Last Published March 26, 1963) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Franklin County Surplus, Used Road Equipment Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the County Commissioners, Courthouse, Ottawa, Kansas, until 10 a.m. March 29, 1963, at which time the proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud for the following used equipment; which is located in the various Townships. Further information may be obtained from the Road Patrolmen in the Township. Appanoose Township: 1—8x14 Cedar Rapids Crusher Centropolis Township: 1—8x14 Cedar Rapids Crusher 1—1 Cu. Yd. Drag Scraper or Bug 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 tr-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—Vi Sack Concrete Mixer 1—Small old Case tractor with mower 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 Vining Commissioner, J. H Button Commissioner, Earl L. Richardson Attest: Bruce Spears, County Clerk Date March llth, 1963. SALE DATES Harold Stewart A Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas March 25 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Lawrence Livestock Sale Co.. East llth St. Lae'rence. Kas. April 2 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Missouri. April 8 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Lawrence Livestock Sale Co., East llth St. Lawrence, Kas. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" HH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 March 26 - - Perry Welen, 2 miles North & I'/a West of Ottawa, Kas. March 30 — Real Estate Auction, 216 acres. W. W. Goodwin Esta.m. 2 acres, W. W. Goodwin Estate, 2 p.m. Edna, Kas. 16 miles East Coffeyville on 166 highway. April 13 — Storage Auction—furniture and Antiques — Ottawa Transfer and Storage Co., 101 N Main. Ottawa. 12:00 Noon. Community auction over; meiai» night 1 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community tale every Tbursda) mint 1136 N. Main. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—91? Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. • ranlcllr County Sale Company Pivnrv Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway 50. March 27 — Howard Conley Est., 3 miles West Ottawa, Kas. on Wilson St. 1 p.m. March 30 — L. T. Kent, 7 room hpuse ti 2 lots. 740 Tremont St., Ottawa, Kas. 1 p.m, April 3 — Arthur Wheeler, House Trailers & Furniture, 121 North Hickory, Ottawa, Kans. April 5 — Charles Herschel, 2 acre Suburb, 7 Room House ft Furniture, 710 West 5th Street, Lawrence, Kans. April 18 — Lieut & Helm, Farm Sale 4 miles West of Baldwin Jet. on Highway 5'0. 11 a.m. April 22 — Cecil Morrow, closing out Farm Sale, 5 miles East; 4 North of Overbrook, Kans. Jack Newon Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Llreatoei Sale, O»«rbroo» Kama* Bvery Wednesday. Every ffridav - *U»n County Uv» «tnc»"«r ">*• dtv Kansas April 4 — Oakland School House * Contents, • miles northwest ol Ottawa. 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 per word 45c 26 insertions per word . .... 90c Cash minimum 48e 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 $100 2 insertions no change .. $1.50 Special Discount Contract Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount Blind Ads - 50c extra Notices —9 Ottawa Lodge No. 18 A.F. & A.M. Special Communication, Tuesday, Mar. 26, 1963, 7:30 p.m Work in First Degree. Ge6rge A. Ledom, W. M. Clarence E. Rea, Sec'y. Personals —14 WANTED: Ride to Emporia and back Monday to Friday. Wil share expenses. Phone CH 21664 after 5 p.m. Lawn, Garden Equip. —15 USED 21" 4-cycle, 3 horsepower Engine Rotary Mower, $3.00 down $1.50 ea. wk. Firestone Stores, 127 S. Main. Instruction —18 Airlines - Steamships Men - Women 17-36 Excellent Opportunities. Wide variety of very attractive positions at home and abroad. Glamour — Excitement — Travel Airlines Steamships Railroads Travel Bureaus Motor Carriers Industrial Traffic Management No Experience Necessary. Nationwide Placement Service. Short, low cost training will not interfere with present job or school. See if you qualify! Write Today, giving name, age, address, phone number. — AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE, Box H-65, Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kans. Male Help Wanted —19 MAN WITH power saw for tree trimming. CH 2-2766. 'SUBSTANTIAL starting salary plus incentive increases. Two year professional training. Complete health benefits. Lifetime income after 20 years. Rapid advancement. Write Box 1430, Topeka, Kansas." CREW manager and salesman positions are now open in our Reader's Service Division. Previous insurance or subscription sales-experience is help ful, but not necessary. Earnings unlimited. Write today for training plan information. Give names of two references anc state in which Kansas Counties you would prefer to operate. Write: Box 1-65, c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kas. Female Help Wanted —24 CLERK, experienced in soft goods and shoes, but willing worker may be considered, paid vacation, liberal bonus, hours 10 thru 6, lunch hour 1:30 to 2:30. Wages will be on one o! the best scales in Ottawa. OK Bargain Store. Applications will be taken Wednesday morning and Thursday Only. Female Helfr Wanted —24 WANTED.— Full time baby sitter. Ch 2-5455, after 5:30. General Services —29 SHOP - 1130 Under- WANTED IRONINGS - Mrs. Nellie Deal - CH 2-4281. GARDENS Plowed, Phone CH 22279. CEMENT, Carpenter work — Re* sonable prices. CH 2-2633. KNAPP SHOES Lee Carter c 2-3659. Grading and Plowing. FOR QUALITY Plumbing at a Fair Price. Underwood Plbg. CH 2-1264. IRONINGS wanted, reasonable price, references. Alice Davis, 313 E, 2nd. CH 2-4542. 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. CaD collect Ottawa CH 2-1064 LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Service! section McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 24930 Position Wtd. Women—30 WILL CARE for children, my home. North Side, daytime, have equipped nursery, CH 22945. Livestock —34 FOR SALE—14 feeder pigs, extra thrifty. John Staley, Williamsburg. FOR SALE — 5 small Mares, heavy in foal, gentle. — CH 2-4800. BERKSHIRE Sow farrow soon— Forrer, 6 East; 1 South Rock Creek School. 40 HEAD close Springer Holstein heifers and cows. Walter George Lawrence, Kas., Phone VI 38430. HORSE SALE — Thursday evening, March 28, Franklin County Sale Company, Inc., Ottawa. Manager: Charles Beatty, Lyndon. Farm Equipment —35 JOHN DEERE A Tractor, 2 row Rotary Hoe, 8 ft. tandem disk, 216 Plow on Steel, and wagon 8x14 bed. 0. J. Baker, 3 miles So. Homewood. Seeds, Feeds, Pert. —36 FOR SALE - Alfalfa Hay Bennie Stinson. CH 2-2254. FOR SALE—Ensilage — 3 North, % East. Clyde Newby. FOR SALE — Sweet Clover, 18c lb.; Lespedeza, 15c. — CH 21828. FOR SALE — Minihafer Seed Oats. Alfalfa hay. Erail Johnson. CH 2-1828. FERTILIZER - Car of mixed fertilizers on track this week. More to follow. Book your requirements now. Williamsburg Produce Company. C. E. Todd— J. E. Decker. Misc. For Sale —40 FOR SALE - Black Top Soil CH 2-1306. USED CLOTHING — Rummage Prices - 1207 N. Hickory. CLEAN Church Pews for Sale. David Rayl, Rantoul. FOR SALE: Small 2-wheel trafl- er; Stradavarius violin, CH 25472. Long Stem ARTIFICIAL Roses Ohhh So real Even your Florist has to take a Second look! All Colors Compare at 2.49 doz. Only 49c dozen THE SMALL STORE WITH THE BIG DEAL White's FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Opposite Court House

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