THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, March », 1MI News Briefs 'Kenneth L. Bishop, 1238 N. camore, entered a plea of guil- to a charge of being drunk in Hjpublic before Police Judge Rob(,-, pfert L. Pinet this morning. He was ilfiined 950. f, Mrs. J. R. Gray, 421 S. Oak, .? reported to police yesterday that her garage had been broken into. Officers said apparently nothing was taken. Correction — In last nights ad for Ottawa Packing Company- Ground Beef, 2 Ibs. 75 cents. Adv. Herbert Bishop, 1031 N. Main, has reported to police that several windows in his house have .been shot out with BB guns Dorothy Baker, 513 S. Sycamore, has taken a job as accountant at Olathe School for the Deaf. The Hillcrest Drive-In Theatre will have their reopening this Friday through Sunday. See display ad in the entertainment section. Adv. - A: news brief in Wednesday's Herald mistakenly said Mrs. Margaret Bellinger had filed a divorce action against Charles Bellinger, and the action was dismissed in the Franklin County District Court. Mrs. Bellinger filed for separate maintenance last year, but a divorce was granted to her husband on a cross petition last October. Mrs. James Gladstone, 607 Elm, won 880 in a television station contest. •Correction: In last nights ad for Ottawa Packing Company- Ground Beef, 2 Ibs. 75 cents. Adv. Bill Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Price, 1033 N. Mulberry, recently pledged Theta Xi, social freaternity at the Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. He is a sophomore. , Marilyn Kay Randel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Randel, Williamsburg, is the first of the top 10 students in the freshman class at the Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. She Was a 4.0 or. straight A grade point average. Mary Ellen Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Crawford, RFD 2, Pomona, has been placed on the "B" honor roll of the freshman class at the college. Hickory Shad, Worms, Minnows. Honn's Service, 7th Beech. Adv. Paul Archer, Franklin County Farm Home Administration district director; Gordon Nelson, assistant director, and Mrs. Dorothy Cravens, district clerk, returned yesterday from a 2-day briefing on recent policies in Topeka. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv. Ottawa Garden Club program Monday evening in First Methodist Church will be a program of slides on the World's Fair at Seattle, Wash., by Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Barnes. A potluck supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. BRIEFS Vernon Chesbro, Canditate for Ottawa School Board. Your vote will be appreciated. (Pol Adv.) Mrs. M. F.' Martin, RFD 1, Williamsburg, writes that five of her grandchildren had their tonsils out on the same day in Ransom Memorial Hospital. Their pictures appeared in the Herald June 2, 1952. The children were the family of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pavlacic, then of 119 S. Cedar, by a former marriage of Mrs. Pavlacic. They were twins, Gary and Harry, 10; Dallas, 9; Judy, 11, and Keith, 8. Present hospital officials believed the children of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stottlemire, Rantoul, were the first five in a family to have tonsilectomies at the same time. Correction: Price quoted on bananas in last night's paper in Pence Ad should read 10 cents Dr. Marvin Mudrick, professor of English at Santa Barbara, Calif., University, is visiting his brother, Dave Mudrick, and Mrs. Mudrick, 306 S. Elm. Dr. Mudrick will leave Sunday for a speaking engagement at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. | For Fast Results & READ and USE p[ WANT ADS f^REGUlARLYl PREACHING PUPPETS - Mrs. Linda James, wife of Wes James, minister of Town and Country Church of Christ, displays sign calling attention to visual aid facility used by her and her husband. A public presentation, with everyone invited, will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 31, at Ottawa Odd Fellows Hall where church holds services. (Herald Photo). Uses A Visual Aid In Church Services A new visual aid, "preaching puppets," were created and are being used by West James, minister of Ottawa's Town and Country Church of Christ. The puppets are worked by Wes and Linda James, assisted by volunteers. They have traveled the United States, appearing in Christian Churches and Churches of Christ from Colorado to Ohio. For several months the puppets were used each Saturday evening in conjunction with a rehabilitation program of the Jackson County, Mo., Parental Home, a detention home for juveniles in custody of the Jackson County court. They also have appeared in summer camps and, as "The Puppet Players," have made appearances in public schools presenting secular plays such as "The Ingenious Doctor Screw.- ball." The stage is designed to be more or less a minature of a real stage which provides many effects possible in full scale theatrical productions. As many as six people are employed in some of the productions. Scenery is painted with a special artist's latex paint on artist's oil canvas and high grade window shade materials. The puppets are both hand puppets and marionettes, some of which are commercially made, some handmade. The voices for the puppets come from professionally — recorded tapes, and volunteers are always needed to read the various parts in productions. Anyone interested can contact Wes James, Box 91, Ottawa. Though the equipment is portable it completely fills the James' car and hardly leaves room for two passengers to ride comfortably. Originally designed for children, the puppets are popular with adults, too. In the near future Wes and Linda will stage a puppet presentation for the children and adults of Ottawa. 3 Plead Guilty To Vagrancy Three young Athens, Pa., men were picked up by the police last night and charged with vagrancy after they attempted to sell their car on the south edge of Ottawa. Officer Fred Espinosa took the men into custody. The men are Robert Dixon, 18, Dale Winters, 17, and LaVern West, 19, all of Athens. The police said the men had been at St. George, Utah, and were returning home when they were picked up. A check with the Athens police showed Dixon is wanted in that city for a garage burglary, the police said. All three entered pleas of guilty to vagrancy charges before Police Judge Robert Pinet today and were sentenced to 10 days in jail with a provision for their release as soon as the FBI checks on any records the men may have pertaining to their being wanted in other cities. Cars Damaged In Collision Cars driven yb Augustin Stover, Chanute, and Mrs. Eunice Hoover, 825 W. 7th, collided about 3:30 yesterday afternoon at the 8th-Main intersection. Stover was going north at the intersection and Mrs. Hoover west in the 100 block on East 7th prior to the accident. Damage to Stover's car was estimated at $20 and damage to the other car at $70. Stover was cited for running a red traffic signal. POTTER — Funeral Service for Mrs. Elva Potter will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2:30 p.m. Saturday. Interment in Highland. ttotoner'g < 11 VIM i. Hospital Notes Admissions Carl E. Bennett, Quenemo, Thursday. Beverly DeWald, 616 N. Cherry; Patricia Wasmund, Princeton; Marvin Burns, 424 N. Sycamore, Friday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Mike Guge, 313 Walnut, daughter Thursday, weight, 6 lb., 9% oz. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGaugh, 903 S. Sycamore, daughter Thursday, weight, 7 lb., 6V& oz. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith, 110 S. Main, son Thursday, weight, 6 lb., 15 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Berr, 126 Willow, son Friday, weight, 8 lb., 2 oz. Dismissals Howard Hartpence, 831 E. 8th; Virgil Chapman, Osawatomie, Friday. Local Markets Soybeans $2.42 Wheat 2.09 Ear corn 1.09 Shelled corn 1.14 Milo 1.78 Barley 1.08 Oats 81 Rye 1.00 Butterfat 47. 42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 29, 25, 20 Hens 01 KC Marked KANSAS CITY (AP) - Cattle 600; calves none; steady; choice steers 23.00-50; good 21.50-22.75; other classes scarce. Hogs 1,500; barrows and gilts strong to 25 higher; 1-3 barrows and gilts 13.25-14.25; sows 1-3 11.75-13.00. Sheep none. Two Miss Curve On US59 Two drivers who missed the curve at Coates' Corner on US 59 South of Ottawa last night and this morning have been charged with driving where they shouldn't. Fred L. Seagondollar, Emporia, was northbound last night when he ran off the highway at 9:50, rolling his car, a 1961 sedan, over and knocking out some of the posts used to outline the curve. The car was extensively damaged, but niether the driver nor his son, Louis, was injured. At 5:55 a.m. this morning, Gerald E. Roberts, Chanute, also northbound, suffered a back injury when his car, a 1955 model, went off the highway and rolled over, knocking out some more posts. The car was demolished. Highway Patrolman Harold Bennett said a charge of driving on other than the right side of the used portion of the roadway -not in passing was filed against each of the drivers. Arrest Utah Man In County A Utah man was arrested near Pomona last night by an FBI agent and Joe Ferns, Franklin County sheriff and charged with flight to avoid prosecution in Utah on fictitious check charges. Ferns said the FBI had been looking for the man, Raymond Campbell, address not given, and located him in this area. Ferns said the Utah man was in a car at the time. Public Auction Will sell at Public Auction, lacated at 121 North Hickory Street, Ottawa, Kansas on Wednesday, April 3,1963 Starting at 1:00 o'clock 5 trailer houses all equiped with stoves, refrigerat- tors, beds and other equipment. Some house-hold goods and many other articles too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash Not responsible of accidents. Arthur Wheeler OWNER Auctioneers: Myers Bros. Clerk: Earl Mitchell. Wellsville MahVisits Hawaii \ ~WELLSVILLE - Although he saw much the same thing as on a previous trip to the Hawaiian Islands in 1959, J. L. Holtwick, Sr., reports his recent trip there especially fine as he had a longer time to enjoy it. Holtwick returned Monday following a trip begun Jan. 3. He visited his son, Chester Holtwick, and family, who live on the island of Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands. Chester is a design engineer for the Hawaiian Sugar Plantation Association. The bland is a pleasant place to be as there is such little temperature change and no abrupt season change. Flowers bloom the year round, Holtwick said, and the temperature generally raises to 70 degrees. There is more rain in the winter than summer. On the U. S. mainland, he traveled by train. He went to the island by boat and returned by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Arend Van Vliet were passengers on the boat on which he traveled. Holtwick also visited his son, Willis Holtwick, and family at Costa Mesa, Calif., and friends and relatives in San Bernadino, Salt Lake City and Denver. Hicks Named JC Band Director WELLSVILLE - A former Wellsville High School band instructor, Wendell Hicks. Emporia, has been employed as band instructor for the senior high school at Junction City, beginning next fall. He taught at Wellsville for five years prior to moving to Emporia last summer. He is studying for a master's degree in music at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, and has been assistant director of the KSTC band, on an assistantship. A graduate of Baker University, Baldwin, Hicks has had 12 years of experience as a band instructor. Before teaching at Wellsville he had spent four years at Baldwin and a year each at Forest City, Mo., Overbrook and Graham, Mo. In addition to his work with the high school band at Junction City and as instrumental music instructor, he will share some of the elementary school instrumental work with William Orth, junior high band instructor. Mrs. Hicks is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Averill, Wellsville. The couple has a daughter. Funerals BERT McCUNE Services for Albert F. "Bert" McCune, who died March 26, were at the Lamb Funeral Home March 28. Rev. Charles DuMond and Rev. W. B. DeVilbiss officiated. Pallbearers were Lonnie Mishler, Edwin Horstick, Raymond Wagner, Alvin Rubick and Leo Wiederholt, Jr., Richmond; and Paul Trump, Osawatomie. Raymond S. Schmidt sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Henning. Burial was in Richmond Cemetery. DONALD E. HARBISON Services for Donald E. Harbison, who died March 26, were at Towner Chapel March 28. Dr. Raymond P. Jennings officiated. Pallbearers were Beryl Ross, Neil Bullokc, John J. Pinney, L. F. Lundstedt, George E. Lister and Blaine B. Phillips. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. JIM REESE Canadian Evangelists At Ottawa A team of young Canadian evangelists will conduct services at Calvary Baptist Church, 925 W. 7th, Sunday evening March 31 through April 7. Services will be at 7:30 p.m. The Campbell . Rees Team of Ontario consists of Ken Campbell who does the preaching and Jim Reese, song leader, vocal soloist and trombonist. Both men are ordained ministers and live with their families on adjoining hillside homes in Milton, Ontario. They will conduct revival services in England and Germany as well as the United States and Canada during the coming year. Campbell was graduated from Bryan College, Dayton, Tenn. He is general director for the Youth Fellowship center for Stouffville, Ontario, and has conducted radio broadcasts in Canada, Ecuador, and Puerto Rico. Reese, also a graduate of Bryan College, was graduated from Grand Rapids Baptist Theological • Seminary. He is a recording artist with Diadem Productions and a composer. Formerly he was pastor of the Moline, Mich., Baptist Church. World Evangelism in Our Generation" is the theme of the team's ministry. Wellsville Garden Club Gets Herbs WELLSVILLE -Wellsville High School Garden Club members each received a package of herbs from one of their leaders, Mrs. Tom Ruddell, at the meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary O'Neil. Each of the girls also received from their leaders a wooden base for flower arrangements made and given to them by Walter Collins. Calling the meeting to order was the president, Betty Martin. Karyl Higbie gave the opening. Roll call was a favorite bird. The lesson on birds was given by Mrs. O'Neil who showed a book that pictured and told of different birds. She accompanied this with recorded bird calls. Afterward Mrs. O'Neil showed Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberts Lamb Funeral Home JOE Funeral Chapel JOE TOWNER — RENA TOWNER — JAY D. SANER Licensed Directors 525 North Main, Ottawa — AMBULANCE — CH 2-1331 Locally owned and operated. KEN CAMPBELL a map on bird migration, pointing out the different routes they take and the different countries they stay in during the winter. Mrs. O'Neil served refreshments, and the group toured her garden to view flowers and birds. Legate (First Published, March 22, 1863) (Last Published, April 5, 1963) In the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas. John A. Kazmaler, Laurene Barnard and Chester E. Graves, Plaintiffs, vs. George Tower; John B. Harrison; W. O. Dickenson; B. L. Blank; A. B. Blank; C. B. Hoyman; W. L. Brandon; John S. Hoyman; B. C. Welch; J. L. Burress; A. J. Steen; Queen City Oil and Gas Company, a corporation; Laconla Oil and'Gas Company, a corporation; Wright Producing and Refining Corporation, and all persons who are or were doing business under the name of Queen City Oil and Gas Company, a corporation, Laconia Oil and Gas Company, a corporation, and Wright Producing and Refining Corporation; Lawrence Seaton; M. L. Zahniser; M. L. Harris, Trustee; R. C. Finley; S. J. Fowler; Elward Alston; Harry W. Hnrtman;. John Fry; James H. Harrison; Elizabeth Whetstone; Alfred G. Barrett; John H. Whetstone; David W. Keller; Allen Hughes; J. C. Scott; Clara M. Christie; S. R. Benton; Dell Thompson; E. H. Whitehead; Earl C. Brown; Wm. Stoeger; Phil Stoeger; Rudolph Schroeder; W. E. Macken; B. C. Finley; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the defendants as may be deceased; the unknown spouses of the defendants; the unknown officers, successors, trustees, creditors and assigns of such defendants as are existing, dissolved or dormant corporations; the unknown executors, administrators, trustees, creditors, successors and assigns' of such defendants as are or were partners or in partnership; and the unknown guardians and trustees of such of the defendants as are minors or are in anywise under legal disability, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT The State of Kansas to the defendants above named and designated and all other persons who are or may be concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas, by John A. Kazmaler, Laurene Barnard and Chester E. Graves, plaintiffs, praying for judgment that said plaint'ff" --* the owners in fee simple of the following described real estate in Franklin County, Kansas, to-wit: The Northwest '/i of Section 17, Township 16 S., Range 21 E., containing 160 acres, according to Government Survey. The Southeast '/« of the Southwest Vi of Section 8, Township 16 S., Range 21 E., containing 40 acres, according to Government Survey, and praying that the court determine all adverse estates or interests which are claimed in said real property, and that plaintiffs' title thereto be quieted against you and each of you, and that you and all persons claiming by, through or under you be forever barred and excluded from any title, estate or interest in, or lien upon, or claim against the real property above described; and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before May 6, 1963, In said court, at the court house in the city of Ottawa, in Franklin County, Kansas. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will ba entered In due course upon said petition. John A. Kazmaler, Laurene Barnard, Chester E. Graves, Plaintiff. Winton A. Winter, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Attest: : v|-Christina Woke, '.:\''W Clerk of District Court. '"•"""• (Seal) SALE DATES Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas April 2 — Night Consignment Horse Bale Neosbo 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" 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 even fuetam> night 7 p.m., 1138 M. Item. Community tale even Tnortdaj night. 1136 N. Uala. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude— 918 Howard— 46, Ottawa RFD i (first Published March II, 1M3) (Last Published March 21, 1MJ) In The Probate Court of Franklin' County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Harry Whitenack, deceased. •.. . • ~-v -, .' .. • ,'.'.•!• * No,. lw"Wi NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOB FINAt . •. .-, -. SETTtKMENl The State, of Kansas to all Persons Concerned:... You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said Court. MJ Ruby Ty»on, executrix of the Will of Harry Whitenack, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of her acts, proceedings and accounts as such executrix, allowance for attorneys' fees, end expenses; also praying that the Court determine the heirs, legatees end devisees .entitled to the estate and assign the Sam* to them in accordance with the • Win of, Hairy Whitenack, deceased;, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 8th day of April, at 10:00 o'clock, a.m. on said day, In said court in the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decrea will be entered In due course upon said petition. Ruby Tyson Executrix Anderson It Byrd Attorneys for Executrix 'rankllr County Sal* Company Saturday. North Ottawa on Highway SB. April 3 — Arthur Wheeler, House Trailers Is 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 It Helm, Farm Sale 4 miles West of Baldwin Jet. on Highway SO. 11 a.m. April 22 — Cecil Morrow, closing out Farm Sale, 5 miles East; 4 North of Overbrook, Kans. Jack Nemon Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale. Overbrook Kansas •very Wednesday- Cvery f rtdaf - MIMI Ccunty Uv» «toek %j«»W '1»« Oitr Kansas April 4 - Oakland School House It Content*, t miles northwest of otta- NATE AND LEONA GIBBONS Melvern — 549-3522 SALES DATES GIBBON—S Open date* on .farm ana household Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10%-Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 9 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 per word 26 insertions per word Cash 6c 15c 24c 45c Me 48o Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National 14c per lint (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem 91-00 2 insertions no change .. $1.M Special Discount Contract Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount Blind Ads — SOc extra Card of Thanks I wish to thank all my friends and neighbors for their gifts, cards, and kindness while, I was in St. Luke's Hospital.—Sincerely Mrs. Guy E. Monroe. 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. Nurseries — Seeds — Plants —16 WE ARE not operating, have NOTHING for Sale. Church Fruit Farm. ' Garden & and Flower Seed Reg. 15c & 25c 7c OK Bargain Store SIMWROT PLANTS • STREAMLINERS ($3.00 per 100) • DUNLAP • BLAKEMORE • ARMORE • ROBERTSON • DIXIELAND • TENNESSEE BEAUTY ($2.00 per 100) Wood sum Nursery LOCATED: 6 miles North and 3& miles West of OTTAWA. Male Help Wanted —19 MARRIED MEN presently employed, age to 45. Who will work 3 or 4.hours Evenings and Saturdays at $2.00 per hour. Call CH 2-1511 Evening 6 to 9. Saturdays 9 to 12:00. WANTED - Men to work in nursery. Apply in person to Glenn Miller at 5th Cherry after 5 p.m. Willis Nursery. NO STRIKES-NO LAYOFFS. All The overtime you want. Married to 38. Write Box No. E-65 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. WANTED - Experienced—Appliance Serviceman, This could be a real opportunity for the right man. Many fringe benefits. Apply at Douglas Bros. Salesmen —20 WANTED - Experienced Furniture and appliance salesman. Vacation with pay, Real opportunity for the right person. Apply at Douglas Bros.
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