The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 4, 1963 · Page 8
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 8

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"Charter Barter Days" n " i§ra University, ,„ the 98th anni- signing of the i^wiirbe Friday •iP"??*?w April 5 and 8. highlight will be the presen- « ol ."for. and Miss OU," senior boy and girl chosen by ,-,-e students as best representative of OU spirit. «»ndMates for each office •re noihinat edb yhtest,s etdun$ We nominated by the students, »nd "Mr. and Miss OU" are chosen from the nominees in a school-wide student election. The winners will be announced at a banquet Friday night, April 5. . Candidates are Brenda Hardin, Charleston, W. Va.-, Sandra Liljegren, Tribune; Bonnie Gerhold, Greeley; Rose Mathews, Oberlin; Phyllis Shank, Scott City; City; Tom Watson, Effingham; Jon Christensen, Council Bluffs, Iowa; Richard Snittjer, Allison, Iowa; Dennis Powers, Dearborn, Mich, and Philip Schmidt, Peoria, 111. Friday night banquet will b* at 6 o'clock. Dr. Joseph R. Laughlin, president of the College of Emporia, will be guest speaker. Here's the rest of the "Charter Days" program: Friday — 11 a.m. assembly, John Dodgen, OU alumnus from Humboldt, Iowa, guest speaker. Saturday — Student - faculty Softball game, 3 p.m., in front of Ward Science Hall. All-school picnic for students, faculty and staff members, 5 p.m. Junior carnival and dance, Memorial Auditorium, 8 p.m. As a windup, the OU concert choir will present a concert at First Baptist Church. Patty Lane, a junior from Santa Ana, Calif., is general chairman for "Charter Days" planning. Area Road Projects Up For Bidding Bids will be opened by the Highway Commission at Chanute on April 23 for 10.6 miles of asphaltic concrete surfacing on US-69 in Crawford County and 315 miles of maintenance resurfacing on US-69 in Crawford County and 315 miles of maintenance resurfacing on state highways in Southeast Kansas. Included will be work in Franklin and Anderson Counties. Plans on US-69 call for extending the existing 20-foot pavement to a width of 24 feet, covering the surface with hot mix asphalt, and placing stabilized shoulders five feet wide along the roadway. The job begins at the Crawford- Bourbon County line and extends south to Arma. Through Anna, the pavement will be given an asphalt concrete over' lay 24 feet wide, Hie maintenance resurfacing scheduled for bids consists of bituminous sealing of existing asphalt roads. This is a mainten- Baker ^cape To Be April 7 BALDWIN - The Baker University choir will present its annual Paint Sunday Vespers at 4 i.m. on April, 7, at the First Aethodist Church, Baldwin. The program will be'Gabriel Paure's "Requiem." "MR. AND MISS OU" HERE SOMEPLACE - Here are candidates for Mr. and Miss OU, to be named at Friday night banquet in connection with Ottawa University Charter Days observance. Miss OU candidates (from left) are Bonnie Gerhold, Greeley; Sandra Liljegren, Tribune; Rose Mathews, Oberlin; Brenda Hardin, Charleston, W. Va., and Phyllis Shank, Scott City. Mr. OU candidates (from left) are Tom Watson, Effingham; Jon Christensen, Council Bluffs, Iowa; Richard Snittjer, Allison, Iowa, and Philip Schmidt, Peoria, HI. Not shown is Dennis Powers, Dearborn, Mich. All candidates are seniors. (Herald Photo) ance operation consisting of a light application of asphaltic oil, covered with sand-gravel, crushed limestone, or chat. It seals any cracks in the road surfaces and prevents water from seeping into the subgrade. Prior to the sealing, maintenance forces will patch any broken sections and [ill any holes in the surfaces. The Franklin County project is the sealing with standard asphal- tic oils of seven miles on K33. tn Anderson County, the same treatment is to be given 12.7 miles on K31. Investors Mutual Dividend Is Up 8 THE OTTAWA HERAtD Thursday, April 4, :198S: Soloists for the performance sir* Lana Mae Shaw, soprano, and Ted Goodc, baritone. rr: Dr. William C. Rice will Hired: the choir, and organ acconv panyment will be provided by Lester Groom. :.... MACHINERY SALE • - • at my farm, locoatedi 2 miles north of Paola, Kansas, i on Highway 169, then west 2 miles on Highway 68, then north 1 mile. . Saturday. April 6, 1963; Starting at 11:00 A.M. A NEW FARM EQUIPMENT — Farmall 460 gas S demo., only 350 hra., late serial No., fully equipped}2 — 461 4-row cultivators with fast hitch rear sec- : tions; Model 91 combine with 10 ft. header an<t~ 6 bat reel, straw spreader; Int. No. 15 hydraulic : imp. carrier with drawbar; Int. 3 311 heavy duty ...". 3-16" fast hitch plow; New Holland No. 202 manure^ spreader; New Holland Model 124 drag hopper for New Holland elevator: New Holland 404 hav crush-- er; New Holland Model 15 farm trailer; Ne^r Holland dual rake hitch: new mltivptor for Tub Cadet tractor; McCormick Model 46 hay baler, V adj. wide front axle for F-46 tractor. USED TRACTORS — Farmall Cub, with cultivator and mower: Farmall "C" 1948: Farmall "C" 1950;.; Farmall "Super C", new motor, t.ires excellent; Farmall "Super C" with fast hitch; Farmall "Super; C" with fast hitch, new Fire Crater sleeves and" pistons: Farmall "H" with new sleeves and pistons; Farmall "H" 1951. new tires; Farmall "Super M",; live hydraulic, new Fire Crater sleeves and pistons; Farmall "450", fast hitch; Minn. Moline Model "U", with cultivator and hydraulic cylinder. Plows, 12 — AC, Int., J:D., Massey Harris, Case; u 3 rakes;. 8 used balers; 15 cultivators; 5 disk harrows; 3 field harvesters; 3 hammermills; 2 shelters; 3 mowers; 6 planters; and pickers; several useC tires for trucks, tractors and implements. Miscellaneous farm eauipment; Used appliances; several good saws and other miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. ; Terms: Cash. Not responsible for accidents; Hinkle Truck & Tractor Co OWNERS Paola, Kansas Auctioneer: Russ Feeback, Belton, Mo. Clerk: Ted Lewis. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. WHO could refuse his dog the best Protein-Rich Choictof B««forLiv«r The board of directors of Investors Mutual, Inc., has declared a regular quarterly divi- dent of 9% cents per share, payable as of March 29 to shareholders of record at the close of Business on March 28, 1963, Harold K. Bradford, president and chairman, announced. This dividend for the second quarter of the Fund's fiscal year compares with 9V4 cents per share paid at the end of the preceding quarter, and 9 1 A cents per share paid a year ago. The dividend will be distributed exclusively from dividend and interest income. It is the 90th consecutive dividend paid by the Fund. ••i I I I SELF-SERVICE""! BARGAIN STORE 1 Open Mon., Tuea., Thurs.. Fri. — 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. For the young look you treasure... Heels and Toes Smart heels and toes by Fashion Craft. You're sure to find your favorites, all styled for excitement. TRUCKING Livestock and General Freight Local or Long Distance Call Orren Altic Phone - Ottawa - CH 2-5698 Wed. and Sat. — 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. WE DISCOUNT THE DISCOUNTERS CONCERT HI Concert LO 11.99 Paine's Bootery Boys' EASTER SUITS SAVE UP TO 50% Women's and Children's Easter i • I I I ,s *T > I I I I 9 Volt TRANSISTOR BATTERIES 12c Scout SLEEPING BAGS 7.95 Men's CHAMBRAY SHIRTS SHOES ; . ) $2.79 Pair | 00" I I Pair 5 97c Phillips 66 MOTOR OIL 25c qt. Limit 6 Women's Slim Jims Reg. $2.98 Values 98 Limit — 2 Pair ^•^^ I NEW SHIPMENTS | Yard Goods • Yards | Group No. 1 .. 3 For 1 •00 I Group No. 2 .... 39C TCI* I Group No. 3 .... 49C TCI* SAVE UP TO 60% I YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A MEMBER TO BUY HERE-JUST SMARTIj

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