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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, April 2, 1963 News Briefs Total carloads moved over Santa Fe System lines for the week ending March 30, were 33,724 compared with 34,399 for the same week a year ago. Cars received from connections totaled 12,561 compared with 12,351 for the same week a year ago. Sharon Jane Schwartz, 1544 Apple Lane, has filed in District Court for a divorce from David Philip Swartz, 100 Buchanan, Topeka. Mrs. Schwartz charges extreme cruelty and gross neglect. She is asking for custody of one child and $40 a month child support. Janith Lea Duke, Ottawa, has filed in District Court for a divorce from Richard Lee Duke, Garnett. She charges extreme cruelty and gross neglect and is asking for permanent alimony and court costs. Rummage Sale, Audit, Base. Gold Star Mothers, April 3. Adv. Elks Club duplicate bridge club winners last night were north-south, first, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bush; second, Walter Hegberg and Ted Crandall; east- west, first, Mrs. Robert A. Anderson and Lyle Hanes; second, Mrs. Marie Hufstedler and John Elmore. Mrs. Josephine Kirkwood, 840 Walnut, has returned home from the KU Medical Center where she was a patient 10 days. Mrs. Ethel Seymour and her sons, Rule, Topeka, and Quincy, left today for Rockwell City, Iowa, to attend the funeral of her brother, W. K. Rule, Wednesday at 1 p.m. He died Sunday at Des Moines. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Mrs. George Mesigh and Mrs. Lee Roberts, of Ransom Memorial Hospital staff, are attending a postgraduate course on cardiovascular nursing at the KU Medical Center today and tomorrow. Services for Mrs. Effie Griffitts, mother of Mrs. George T. O'Connell, 615 N. Cherry, will be at Barnett Funeral Home, Emporia. Mrs. C. E. Jones, 613 W. 3rd, received injuries to back, hip, shoulder and one knee in a fall after becoming ill at her home yesterday afternoon. Frank Wise, 928 Cypress, has reported that four hubcaps were taken from his car either at the VFW hall or in front of his home last Saturday night. He estimated the value of the hubcaps at $30. $1200 Damage Suit Filed Lloyd E. Alaska, 'has Cavasos, College, filed in District Court for recovery of damages to his car resulting from an accident April 16, 1961, one mile east of Tucumcari, N. M., on US66. The defendant is Elmo Escol Reddick, 630 S. Hickory. Cavasos charges Reddick ran into the rear of his car because of excessive speed, negligence, carelessness and driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs. The plaintiff estimates the market value of his car at $1600 before the accident and says the car was damaged so badly he had to sell it for $400 after the accident. Cavasos is asking for the $1200 difference plus 6 per cent interest. $37,500 Damage Suit Filed Mrs. Alta Grace Armstrong, 630 N. Cedar, has filed a suit for $37,500 for injuries suffered in a collision Oct. 15, 1961, at 7th and Locust. The defendant is Don K. Burroughs, 731 S. Willow. Mrs. Armstrong was a passenger in a car driven by her husband, Rev. Roy H. Armstrong, at the lime of the accident. She charges that she suffered injuries to the neck, spine, shoulders and arms, and severe shock to the nervous system as a result of the accident in which the Burroughs car allegedly ran into the rear of the Armstrong car. The plaintiff is asking for $2,500 for hospital and medical expenses, $15,000 for permanent injuries and $20,000 for pain and suffering. Deaths MARY OLIVE MARSHALL Graveside services for Mary Olive Marshall, Guardian Angel Home, will be conducted at Garnett Cemetery, Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Dr. Raymond P. Jennings will officiate. Miss Marshall, aged sister of the late George H. Marshall, died at Ransom Memorial Hospital Saturday. LOIS SHEREE RUBY Lois Sheree Ruby, 6-month-old daughter of Ronald W. and Linda Mae (Blankenship) Ruby, 112 Lawrence, Emporia, died at the home early today after an illness of several weeks. Services will be at Dengel & Son Mortuary Thursday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Surviving besides the parents are grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ruby, Olathe, and Mr. and Mrs. George Blankenship, Kansas City; a great-grandmother, Mrs. Homer Ruby, Cherokee, many aunts and uncles. LEROY BISHOP LeRoy Bishop, 46, formerly of Richmond, died March 20 at Whitney, Tex. He had been in ill health for several years. Burial was in Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, Calif., March 25. Surviving are four brothers, Leonard, Levi and Lloyd, California, and Louis, Tripoli, Libya, and two sisters, Mrs. Loree Johnson, San Gabriel, Calif., and Mrs. Lila Sillman, Daytona Beach, Fla. Ottawa High Golf Winner BONNER SPRINGS - Ottawa High School won a 9-hole golf match from Bonner Springs yes- day at Lake Quiver a. Here are the scores: Ottawa — 199: Jim Colby, 47; Gary Duffield, 44; John Evans, 55, and Steve Roush, 53. Bonner Springs — 218: Dennis Bowker, 49; Steve Shrivner, 50; Don Connell, 56, and Gary Spalding, 63. Another golf match is scheduled Wednesday, April 10, between Ottawa and Olathe at the Ottawa Country Club. Dogs Find Lost Cash Mrs. Edward Stewart Williamsburg, allows as how her two Pomeranians are right smart though they had her worried for awhile. She lost a dollar bill. The dogs found it and fetched it to her. But they carried it together, one with one end in its mouth and the other with the other end. "I thought they were going to tear it in half," she said. Ann Landers HOME FROM A HIKE — These six membe-s of Cub Scout Den 5 completed 5-mile hike with adult supervisors and some extra walkers they picked up along their way. They arrived home footsore and tired — and triumphant. They are (from left) Terry Baker, Glenn Griffin, Clifford Baker, Ricky Ledom, Darrell Criqui and Mike Wilson. Den supervisors are Mrs. Leo Criqui, 808 S. Sycamore, Mrs. Allen Bishop, 619 S. Oak, and Mrs. Nilo Baker, 127 S. Oak. (Herald Photo) Had To Move Out Before Flood Hit WELLSVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brecheisen recently had word from their daughter, Mrs. Douglas Lawson, Townsend, Tenn., that she had been awakened at 5:30 one morning and told to prepare to move to higher ground in an hour's time. Floods and tornadoes had been occurring in Tennessee and Kentucky, but none had caused danv age there. A river had overflowed causing high water to rise beneath the trailer home, but fortunately none entered the trailer. It was necessary for Mrs. Lawson to wade through water knee- deep to reach safety with her children, 20-month-old Douglas Ray and 3-month-old Oma Louise. Lawson, who is in the Navy, was recently aboard a ship in Cuban waters. He is now stationed at Norfolk, Va. The Lawson family hopes to come to Wellsville soon for a visit with her parents when he receives new orders. ,Man Injured In Car Mishap Richard Leroy Petty, . Kansas City, Mo., was admitted to Ransom Memorial Hospital, last night after he suffered bruises and lacerations in a one-car accident at Coates Corner about one mile south of Princeton on US59. Trooper Harold Bennett said the driver told him he was headed north, but failed to make the turn when he fell asleep. The car was extensively damaged. Funerals ELVA MAY POTTER Services for Mrs. Elva May Potter, who died March 26 were at Towner's Chapel March 30. Rev. William Weber officiated. Pallbearers were Russell Dyer, Jim Baldwin, Ivan Streebin, Earl Chapman, Fred Ferguson and George Streebin. Mrs. Carroll Whiteford sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Driving Demonstrations At Schools This Week The Kansas Farm Bureau Safe- monstrate correct and incorrect ty Department will present a driving demonstration and test at local high schools this week. The demonstrations and tests will be conducted at Ottawa High School at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 4. They also will be conducted at Wellsville at 10:30 a.m. and at Pomona at 12:45 p.m. Thursday. The tests and demonstrations will be given at Lane and Williamsburg Friday morning. First a lecture will be given in the school auditorium, and then driving tests and demonstrations will be conducted in the street outside. The program will be under the direction of Delbert Ekart, assistant safety director of the Kansas Farm Bureau Safety Department. Ekart will de- driving habits. Using a specially • equipped car, students and faculty members will participate in the tests. The car is equipped with an electric detonator mounted on the front bumper. This detonator will fire yellow paint bullets to indicate the distance required to bring the car to an emergency stop. The driver being tested will be signalled to stop by the report of the first shell. The second will be fired automatically when the brake is applied, and the third when the car stops. The distance between the spots of paint then will be measured to determine the reaction and braking distances. Tests involving students and faculty members will be limited to 20 and 30 mph. Police officers will demonstrate the tests at higher speeds. The program is being brought to Ottawa by the Franklin County Farm Bureau. The public is invited to attend both the lecture and the demonstration. < :ii \IM:I I \ \\ A K \ N H \ >-, Marriage License Alfred Schmitt, 18, Lawrence and Irene Louise Stein, 18, Lawrence. Charles Edwin Nalley, 21, DeSoto, and Barbara Jeanne Kern, 20, Paola. David Duane Anderson, 22, Salina, and Linda Lee Miller, 22, Topeka. Pomona News Students In Scholarship Contest By MARY HUDELSON Thirty high - ranking Pomona High School students entered the KSCT scholarship contest and took the tests at the Burlingame testing center Saturday, March 30. Those entered from the senior class were Mary Scott, Sharon Robbins, Terry Heidner, Gary Bulmer and Leland Wray; juniors, Lois Kaub, Janet Lindsey, Carolyn Dusin, Gale Lantis, Kelvin Flory, Dea Engle, Leon Graves, Allen Crawford and Mike Lindsey; sophomores, Karen Briggs, Anita Clark, Carol Baker, Jo Anne Beesley, Lillie Harkins, Jim Lederer, Jim Baxter and Gary Rice; freshmen Vicki Clark, Loretta Neilson, Lareeda Sink, Rick Baxter, Craig Collins, Bill Driver, J. D. Woodsum and Dennis Sumner. A chicken noodle supper will be served to the public by the senior class on Friday evening, April 5, at the grade school, serving to begin at 5:30. The price is 75 cents for adults and 50 cents for children. Special Palm Sunday services will be observed at the Methodist Church April 7. Music will be provided by the Chancel and Wesley Choirs. Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Lawrence spent the weekend at home. They returned to Fort Scott on Monday where they are helping to care for their grandchildren at the Dr. Alvin Melcher home. Roger Shoemaker set a school record in the pole vault Saturday at Manhattan with a vault of 11 feet 9 2-3 inches. This tied him for first place and gained Pomona three points in the state indoor track meet. Roger received a medal. The sophomore class saw the movie, "Diamond Head," in place of a party, last Wednesday, March 27. They went by bus and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Adell, Mr. and Mrs. Carlin Nalley and John Kimbrell. High school music students participated in the county music festival last Friday. Those in vocal numbers practiced in the morning and instrumentalists in the afternoon. A concert was given in the evening by the combied school groups. Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberta Lamb Funeral Home May 14 Vote OnWU Turnover WICHITA (AP) - The Univer sity of Wichita regents rec' ommended May 14 as the date for a special municipal election on turning the university over to the state. Mayor Carl L. Bell Jr. is expected to set the date formally in a proclamation. The Kansas Legislature last week adopted a plan for integrating the municipal university into the state system of higher education as Wichita State University. If the city's voters approve, Wichita will turn over a physical plant valued at about $17 million. It will mean some reduction in municipal taxes, but city taxpayers will continue paying for several years a special levy to retire the school's bonded indebtedness. Need A Doctor And The Police Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Sadie Jones, 1002 S. Locust; Charles 0. Hazelrigg, Pierre, S. D.: Dick Petty, Kansas City; Mrs. Ralph Allen, 814 Ash; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wolfe, Osborne, Mo.; Mrs. Mary Swallow, Pomona, Monday. Lloyd Carr, 423 E. 15th; Nancy Roney, Waverly, Tuesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mille, 719 E. 6th, daughter Monday, weight, 6 lb., 12 oz. Dismissals Dana Cook, 941 S. Main; Monty Fritts, 520 Birch, Monday. Bert Perry, Baldwin; Lilli Franks, 807 N. Mulberry; Mrs. Leonard Rues and baby son. 434 Beech; Mrs Dean Kirkland and baby son, RFD 1, Rantoul, Tuesday. 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 .« Dear Arm Landers: My husband is a junior in college. Last semester he was introduced to some "stay awake pills." The kids call them Bennies. From Bennies he went to other stuff. At first he took pills only when he had to stay up and cram for iinals. Then he began to t a k e them when he needed a lift. It wasn't long before he w a s taking pills just to keep going. His disposition has changed from a sweet, likeable guy to a belligerent bully. He argues with everybody. Hardly a civil word has passed between us in months. His grades have slipped badly and he has lost confidence' in himself. I'm worried about his health. He has lost.a lot of weight and looks terrible. The man who started him on the pills provided them free at first. Now they cost $14 a dozen. I an a nervous wreck. Please tell me what to do. — MRS. HOOKED Dear Mrs.: Your husband should be in the hands of a competent physician — and soon. And the man who is peddling the junk should be reported to the police. I hope you have the courage to turn in the scoundrel and spare other young people the agony you are now suffering. Dear Ann Landers: I am a mother who does not agree with your position on going steady. My daughter is 13 years old and in the seventh grade. She is going steady with a very nice boy of 14 and I am delighted. Last year when she didn't have a steady boy friend she was a terribly unhappy girl. She was always worried to death she wouldn't be invited to this party or to that ball game. It was a sad sight to see this child teary- eyed and fretting — waiting for the telephone to ring. Going steady means nothing more to a seventh grader than having somebody to count on. It's what the youngsters call "social security." Please don't be so hard on these 13-year-olds, Ann. Things are different than when you and I were teenagers. Today it's a serious thing for a girl to be date- less.—R.D. Dear R. D.: And who made it a "serious thing" for a 13-year- old to be dateless? Mothers like you. The divorce rate is going through the roof and largely because of half-baked, premature marriages. When mothers prime their 12-year-old daughters to be mantraps, the kids become so jaded and bored at 17 there is nothing left to do but get married. At 19 there's -no place to go but to the divorce court. Please keep my address handy, mother. I have a sneaking suspicion you'll be writing again. Dear Ann Landers: You have expressed your views about the single girl who becomes involved with the married man and you've discussed the eternal tri angular affairs among married couples. Yet you've never ex 1 plained why the female always pays for the involvement while the man goes free. When a woman gets caught up in an illicit love affair she often loses her home, her job, her friends, her place in respectable society and yes, sometimes even her health. The man continues on his merry way with nary a scar — looking for his next pigeon. What is the secret? How can a woman immunize herself against a tattered and torn heart the way men do? Please don't dodge behind the obvious line that a woman can protect herself by not becoming involved in the first place. Woman will continue to become involved regardless of the consequences. What's your solution?— D. PRESSED Bear D: Being a mere colum nist and not a magician, I have no cureall. As the poet has said — "to a woman love is all. To man 'tis a thing apart." Foolish, women will continue to become involved. And men will continue to take things apart. You can count on it, Babe. Legals KG Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 5,000; calves 100; slaughter steers and heifers steady; sows steady to 25 lower; other slaughter classes unchanged; average and high choice steers 23,75-24.00; good and choice heifers 21.00-23.25; choice mixed steers and heifers 23.25-50, utility and commercial cows 14.5010.00; good to prime vealers 24.00-32.00; good and low choice steer calves 26.00-3J.OO. Hogs 5,000; barrows and gilts 25-50 lower; sows weak to 25 lower; 1-3 190-250 lb barrows and gilts 13.50-75; 300-400 lb sows 12.50-75. Sheep 800; slaughter lambs and ewes steady; feeder lambs scarce choice to prime spring lambs 20.25; choice fall and summer shorn 18,50; cull to good ewes 6.00-7.50. Order early for Best Memorial Day Selection STEWART MEMORIALS Across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 (First Published March 25, 1B63) (Last Published April 8, 1863) In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Orover L. Knight, deceased. No. 11004 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petl tlon has been filed in said court by Dott E. Knight, as widow and the sole heir of Orover L. Knight, deceased praying (or the determination of the descent of the following property: Lot 16 and the North one-half (N.%) of Lot 18, Block 3, University Addition to the City of Ottawa, Franklin County Kansas. An undivided one-sixth (1-8) Interest in: The N. E. V* and the E. Vi of the S. E. >/4, also 60 acres in the N.W. part of the S. E. '/«, also described as the N. 60 acres of the W. V* of the S. E. V«, all in Section 22, Township 21, Range 22, Linn County, Kansas Account No. 0215494, Anchor Sa- ings Association, Ottawa, Kansas, United Fund Trust Certificate, Income Series 71.IMO-1324 and all other property, real and per sonal, or Interests therein, owned by the said Grover L. Knight at the time of his death, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 16th day o April, 1963 at 10 o'clock, a.m. of said day In said Court, In the City of Ottawa, in Franklin County, Kansas, a which time and place said cause wil be heard. Should you fall therein, judg ment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. Dott E. Knight Petitioner Anderson & Byrd Attorneys for Petitioner (First Published March M, 1M3) (Last Published April 8, 1M3) n the Probate Court ot Franklin County, Kansas n the Matter of the Estate of Stella Lucille Williams. Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING •he State of Kansas to all •ersons Concerned: You are hereby notified that t petl- Ion has been filed In said Court by Charles C. Williams, administrator of he estate of Stella Lucille Williams, deceased, praying for an Order for the ale of the following described real estate belonging to said estate for the purpose of paying the debts, ta*es and expense of administration, to-wlt: Lots 44, 45, 46, and 47 in Block 8, Hamblin and Walton's Addition to the City of Ottawa, Franklin County. Kansns and you are hereby required to fll* pour written defenses thereto on or be- ore the 16th day of April, 1B63 at 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day in said Court, In the City of Ottawa, Franklin Bounty, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should rou fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon tali PB ' Charles C. Williamt Administrator Anderson & Byrd Attorneys for Administrator Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -PayCash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by S p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 5 p.m. Day Before Publication — 5 line Ads accepted up to 9:30 a.m. day of publication WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word 6e 3 insertions per word 15c 6 insertions per word 24c 12 insertions per word 45c 26 insertions per word . .... 90e 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 fl.OO 2 insertions no change .. $1 DO Special Discount Contract Out of trade territory, 8c per word per insertion, no discount. Blind Ads - 50c extra (First Published March 25, 1963) (Last Published April 8, 1963) State ot Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In the Probate Court of said County and State In the Matter of the Estate of Edward R. Lichteriberger. deceased NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansas to the creditors heirs, legatees, devisees, and all oth ers who may be concerned In the Estate of Edward K. Lichtenberger, de ceased: You are hereby notified that Ray Lichtenberger was appointed and quail fled as Executor of the Estate of Ed ward R. Lichtenberger, deceased, on the 16th day of March, 1963; that al creditors must exhibit their demand against said Estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by law and that if their demands are not thu exhibited they shall be forever barred Dated at Ottawa, Franklin County Kansas, this 22nd day of March, 1963 Ray Lichtenberger Executor Attest: Bowers It Boweri Attorneys. KREECK — Graveside Services for Mrs. Lou Ella Kreeck will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Vining Cemetery, Clifton, Kansas. Friends may call at Towner's Chapel until 10:00 a.m. Cotuncr* ( I I VIM-.I (First Published April 3, 1963) (Last Published April 16, 1963) In The District Court of Franklin County, Kansas Anchor Savings Association, a Corpora tion, Plaintiff Case No. 22-230 vs. Harley J. Harmon; Ellen Louise Harmon; Roy C. Duke; Anna F. Duke and The Unknown Heirs, Executors Administrators, Devisees, Trustees Creditors and Assigns of such of th defendants as may be deceased; th unknown spouses of the defendants and the unknown guardians am trustees of such of the defendants a are minors or are In anywise unde legal disability. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT The State of Kansas to Harry J. Bar mon and all other persons who ar or may be concerned: You are hereby notified that a Peti tion has been filed in the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas, by Ancho Savings Association, a corporation praying for judgment In the sum o $11,108.08 in rem against the herein after described real estate, interest costs, setting over the fee title to th following described real estate, to-wit "North 50 feet of the South 100 feet of Lot 4, Block 27, University Addition No. 2, to the City of Ottawa, in Franklin County, Kansas," and forever barring and foreclosin you, and each of you, from all right title, Interest, estate or equity of re demption in or to said premises, o any part thereof, and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before May 14, 1963, in said cour at Ottawa, Kansas. Should you fai therein, judgment and decree will b entered in due course upon said peti tion. Anchor Savings Association A Corporation Plaintiff Everett Fritz Attorney for Plaintiff RUBY — Funeral Services for Infant Lois Sheree Ruby who passed away early this morning in Emporia, Kansas, will be conducted from the Mortuary Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. Ph. CH 2-2323 Card of Thanks The recent Bereavement which has visited our home has brought to us a greater appreciation of our friends. Such kindnesses and neighborly thoughtfulness can never be forgotten — The Children of Mrs. Elva M. Potter. Lost and Found LOST: Envelope contains Airplane tickets. Finder write Box L-65 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. Notices —9 Ottawa Lodge No. 18 A.F & A.M. Stated Communication, Tuesday, April 2, 1963, 7:30 p.m. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Work in First Degree. George A. Ledom, W M. Clarence E. Rea, Sec'y. Union Chapter No. 15, O.E.S. Stated meeting „ Wednesday, April 3, Mfa^ 8 p.m. Honoring star points. Visiting members welcome. LaVerne Pence, W. M. Vola Phillips, Secy. Lawn. Garden Equip. —15 GARDEN Tillers For Rent — Brown's Hardware, 1540 S. Main. SALE DATES NATE AND LEONA GIBBONS Melvern 549-3474 Open dates on farm and household Bales. Harold Stewart A Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas April 2 — Night Consignment Horsa Sale Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Missouri. April 8 — Night Consignment Hone Sale, Lawrence Livestock Sale Co., East llth St. Lawrence, Kas. April 9 — Ray Bamhart, Farm Sale, 6% miles northwest of Ottawa, 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 every luasaai eight 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Thartdai oifbt 113* M. ••-— Myers Bros. Phone Centropou's Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 1 CrankUr County Sal* Company Brery Saturday. North Ottawa on Highway SB. April 3 — Arthur Wheeler, House Trailers li Furniture, 121 North Hickory, Ottawa, Kans. April 5 — Charles Herschel, j >C re Suburb, 7 Room House & Furniture. •710 West 5th Street, Lawrence, Kani! April IB — Lieut It Helm, Farm Sal* 4 miles West of Baldwin Jet. on Highway 60. 11 a.m. April 8 — Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bamhart closing out Farm Sale, t miles northwest of Ottawa 1 p.m. April aa — Cecil Morrow, closing out Farm Sale, & miles East: 4 North of Overbroolt, Kans. Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock tale, Overkrook. Kansas §>»»rj Wednesday Kvery fr'clay - Alien Count* Uvfr •tock ».!<••'", in. mtv Kansas April 4 - Oakland School House * Contents, • miles nortnwaM <tf ott*

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