^ i THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, April 6, IMS .News The U.S. Echo satellite will be visible north of Ottawa at 9:17 tonight and again tomorrow night at 8:19 north of the city. Alterations, draperies, slipcovers. Mrs. Roberts, CH 2-1071. Adv. The time for a Palm Sunday service at Ottawa's Trinity Lutheran Church was incorrectly listed in a Herald advertisement Friday. The pastor, Rev. Roy Armstrong, said today worship services both tomorrow and on Easter Day will be at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. The ad listed the first worship service tomorrow at 8 a.m. Three Collisions InGty Free Kite with every fill of gas. Crites Conoco. Adv. Annual Meeting of United Cem- etaries Assoc., Centropolis School House Tues. April 9. at 8:00 p.m. Adv. Jimmy E. David, 604 S. Cedar, has been cited by the police for speeding 40 in a 30-mile zone. Correction: In last nights ad for Ottawa Ministerial Asso. First Baptist Church, MAUNDAY THURSDAY Family Night Sup- Cvclone Doin's per and Communion at 6:30 p.m. will begin Adv. Sacred Heart PTO will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the school hall. Truyn Bischoff, guest speaker, will show color slides taken on a trip to Europe, which include some taken in Rome at the Vatican. Officiers will be in stalled. Baby class, 3-5 yrs., enroll now. Officers investigated three 2- car accidents in Ottawa yesterday — two at noon in different parts of the city. Cars driven by Mrs. Claretta Shisler, 1427 S. Maple, and Charley Easdale, 208 S. Willow, were involved in an accident at noon in the 100 block on West First The damage to Mrs. Shisler's car was estimated at $109. There was no apparent damage to the other auto. Officers listed no details about the accident, because both cars had been moved by the time they arrived at the scene. Cars driven by Leslie Wheat, 623 S. Oak, and Bud McArdle, 623 W. 5th, collided at noon in the 200 block on South Hickory. Wheat was headed north and McArdle was pulling from the curb prior to the accident. Damage to Wheat's car was estimated at $208 and damage to the other car was estimated at $118. Cars driven by Wayland Kirkland, Princeton, and Mrs. Mary Thomasi, Arma, collided about 3:45 yesterday afternoon at the Main-Wilson intersection. Damage to Kirkland's car was estimated at $60 and damage to Mrs. Thomasi's car was estimated at $150. Kirkland was going east on Wilson and Mrs. Thomasi was headed north on Main prior to the mishap. MARGARET ANNE Teachers Victims Of April Fool's Jokes By MARGARET WILLIAMS and ANNE MACII1N Bernhardt's CH 2-3696. Adv. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv John R. Birzer, RFD 3, Ottawa, has been cited.by the police for speeding 40 in a 30-mile zone. Maynard England, 331 S. Cedar, was cited yesterday for illegal registration. He posted $15 bond. County Gets Road Money The coffers of the Franklin County road and bridge fund were expanded with an additional $18,915.55 yesterday when the county treasurer received Franklin County's share of the highway commission's distribution of the county and township road fund and the state's quarterly distribution of the one-cent gasoline tax. The treasurer said a check for $8,315.94 arrived yesterday from Topeka for the county and township road fund. All the money will be placed in the county road and bridge fund under the road unit system, since townships are no longer responsible for road maintenance and upkeep. The county's share of the gasoline tax is $10,599.61. The gasoline tax distribution will be placed in the road and bridge fund for the secondary road system. A total of $1 million in gasoline taxes from the one-cent base was distributed among all 105 Kansas , counties. Accident Cuts Phone Service A freak accident yesterday afternoon cut all long distance telephone cables between Ottawa and Kansas City. Jack Morrisey, local manager of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., said today a Johnson County road maintainer cut a toll cable a quarter of a mile south of the Phillips pumping station near Edgerton. The break occurred at 1:25 p.m. Plant men from Ottawa and Olathe were rushed to the scene and restored full service shortly after 4 p.m. Morrisey said the crews did an excellent job of patching the 38 circuits in that short time. Shortly after the break occurred and local office cut in two emergency circuits through Topeka to Kansas City to restore some service, cutting in two more later to handle the long distance load. Morrisey said the maintainer was being used to blade a rural road and accidentally cut the cable which goes under the road. "Have you studied for the algebra test?" "What algebra test?" You guessed it — April Fool! Monday began with a series of pranks that weren't just limited to students. One of the members of the office staff marched into Albert Unruh's room, sixth hour at 2 o'clock, and handed him a note with a stern implication to report to the office immediately. With the note, Allen walked anxiously to the office where he was met with a note from Principal W. P. Shepard reminding it was April Fool's one of the teachers, Leroy Bailey, was greeted first hour with a "gift," a dog that him that Day. Another unfortunately the building. had strayed into One of Mr. Bail- the usual practice pace on Mon dav. ey's fellow teachers had decided to fool him, attaching a tag to the shaggy black and white dog stating that the dog was a gift from an amorous friend. At the first of the week, Jane Feuerborn, director of the next OHS production, "The Mouse That Roared," announced crew workers. As her assistant director, Miss Feuerborn has selected Kris Ziegler, an OHS senior. The entire crew follows: stage manager, Bill Huyett; lights, Bruce Coffman and Everett Edwards; publicity, Carolyn Ralston, Linda Smith, Susan Sandow, Mary Ott and Charlotte Special Lighting For OU Concert For the first time in many years the Ottawa University concert choir will use special lighting in presenting its conceert in First Baptist Church at 7:30 tomorrow evening. Phil Dryden, a student from Chanute, built the lighting equipment which will be used. Prof. Sherwin Snyder will be at the organ during the concert. Scout Troop Has Supper Boy Scout Troop 72, Trinity Methodist Church, held a family potluck supper at its regular meeting. Louis Kelly received his Tenderfoot pin at a candlelight Tenderfoot investiture, accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kelly. Other presentations were to Buddy Smith, fingerprinting merit badge and patrol leaders badge; Eddie Davis, senior patrol leaders badge; Mickey Floyd and Woody Price, patrol leader badges, and Roger Milton and Everett Davis, assistant patrol leader badges. Booth; costumes, Merida Silvey, Sandy Daugharthy, Jane Bennett, Marcia Doman and Sandra Clark; set construction, Barbara Artinger, Kerry Pound, Barbara Heathman and Cindy Christian; prompters, Sharon Rice and Judy Korkames, and props, Susan Sandow, Linda Smith and Denna Firestone. Excitement was high in Junior High this week over the production of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer." This was the first time the Junior High Dramatics Club had attempted such a production. Also concluding their performances but more exhausted than the junior high actors were the members of the Ottawa track team, participating in the Ottawa Relays. After a day of successfully running sprints, miles and medleys; throwing the javelin and discus, and broad jumping and pole vaulting, the Cyclone concensus was that a relaxing Sunday afternoon would be welcomed before picking up Additional Sports Lakers Hoping Eddie, Jan To Ice Playoff 8 Do Well But Netmen Fall There's a new project in the girls' physical education program This year the girls are learning free exercise, a display of turn bling stunts put to music. In the routines, ballet movements are used as a transition from stunt t< stunt. As a six weeks project, smal groups of girls in each class wen required to organize their own routines and then perform them The girls combined modern dance steps, ballet motions, forwan rolls, cartwheels, splits, hand stands, back bends, pyramid and head stands with rhythm to produce flashy and difficul routines. Thursday, the senior high Kay ettes elected new officers for th coming year. Taking over a president will be Bonita Mendell vice president, Kay Reams; sec retary, Susan Sandow, and treas urer, Sheila Mulcahey. The new officers will select their boarc members to help them next year The club will be sending the pres dent and three other girls to Roc Spring Camp this summer fo a week's instruction. Yesterday and today were field days for the music department but not for leisure. John Jones, vocal instructor, took his junior high chorus to enter comeptition in the district music festival at Lawrence. Loren Matthews, band instructor, contributed to the festival with students' composing different groups. Larry Williams, orchestra instructor, entered the senior high orchestra and a string ensemble. Competition entrys included a flute trio of Pat Smith, Jean Geiss and Sally Gibson; clarinet quarter of Harriett Bechtle, Sandra Sauer, Phil Whiriey and Don Castleberry; a clarinet trio of John Hoppe, Curtis Langdon and Thurston Wallace; a flute trio of Susan Sandow, Gail Garrett, and Arlyss Baker; French horn octet of John Brockway, Dennis Cook and Kenneth Presley; piano solo, by Martin Williams; cornet solo by John Presley; sousaphone by Charles Brandon; French horn solos by Martin Williams and John Brockway, and vocal solo by Susan Kelly. Each entry receiving a "one" rating can compete at the state music festival. The purpose of The Ottawa Cyclone tennis squad failed yesterday afternoon its second attempt to pick up victory number one as the Lawence Lions dropped the Reds, -2, at Lawrence. Eddie Davidson, Cyclone ace netman, picked up his second traight victory in singles by de- eating Richard Harp in two sets, 5-2, 6-2. Davidson gained his first win against Emporia last week. Tan Jefferis knocked off the Jon's number three choice, Alan Hitt, with a 7-5, 6-1 score. Here are results: SINGLES Eddie Davidson (0) over Richard Harp (L) 6-2, 6-2. Todd McCluggage (L) over Loren Shofner (0) 6-8,6-4,6-1. Jan Jefferis (0) over Alan Hitt (L) 7-5, 6-1. Phil Kurata(L) over John Thompson (0) 6-0, 6-1. Ken Kreye (L) over Jim Graham (0) 7-5, 6-1. DOUBLES Hitt-Kurata (L) over Jefferis- Thompson (0) 6-2, 7-5. Kreye-Larry Mignot (L) over Doug Schultz-Graham (0) 6-2, 86. Ottawa's Record: 0-2 Lawrence Record: 1-0. TS. LOUIS (AP)-The Los Angeles Lakers hope to put a quick end to their Western Division final playoff against the St. Louis Hawks and they will have their chance this weekend. The National Basketball Association playoff schedule pits the two clubs against each other Saturday night in St. Louis, and again 24 hours later in Los Angeles. Los Angeles, leading 2-1 in the best-of-7 series, need both victories to clinch it. The Hawks need at least one triumph to stay alive and two to pull into the driver's seat. Legato Lenta (First Published M»rch 30, 1M3) (Last Published April 13, 1963) In The Probate Court, of Franklin County, Kaniai In the Matter of the Estate of • ••-. Lucy Cora Hosklnson, Deceased < • Case No. 1POOJ NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT State of Kansas Franklin County ss: The State of Kansas to the Creditors, Heirs, Devisees, Legatees, and all other persons concerned of the d«- cedant. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned was duly appointed and quail- fled as administrator of the above entitled estate on the 37th day of March, 1M3, and that letters of administration have been duly granted to him ai 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. Paul Foster, Br., Administrator Donald L. White, Attorney for Administrator Baseball Exhibition By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Results Cincinnati 3, Chicago (A) 2 New York (A) 4, Philadelphia 2, night San Francisco vs. Cleveland canceled, rain Houston vs. Kansas City canceled, rain OU Drops Close Net Match College of Emporia was the victor Thursday in Ottawa University's second tennis loss of the week. Again OU's netmen were on Local Markets Soybeans 2.40 Wheat 2.09 Ear com 1.09 Shelled corn 1.14 Milo 1.78 iarley Oats . Rye 1.10 .81 100 Butterfat 47, 42 the contest dents. is to evaluate stu- Guests were Rev. and Deaths Mrs. Roy Armstrong and J. B. Mickey. Mickey gave a lecture on rattlesnakes, using color slides of his trip to the Waynoka, Okla., rattlesnake roundup. Corn Yield Up In State TOPEKA (AP) - Kansas produced 66,198,000 bushels of corn last year, 13 per cent more than in 1961 and the third highest total in the last dozen years. Brown County was the top producing area for the sixth consecutive year. It had a total of 4,950,000 bushels, the Kansas Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said. Nanaaha County was second with 3,346,000 bushels followed by Doniphan with 3,094,000 and Marshal) with 3,025,000. Other counties producing more than 2 million bushek were Republic and Shawnae. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. George Korkames, 742 S. Locust, Friday. Dismissals Greg Holm, 540 Birch; Mrs. Charles Jones, 1002 S. Locust; Fred A. Gardner, 519 W. 4th; Owen F. Gotschall, 214 W. 2nd; Mrs. Joe A. Yockey, Jr., 727 N. Sycamore; Carol Stoffer, RFD 2, Pomona, Saturday. Removals Avery, Pat, to 1208 E. 7th; Crowell, Charles R., to 1004 N. Cedar; Dryden, Jerald, to 924 B. Willow; Dean, William B., to 1209 Maple; Gerhold. Rev. A. L., from 937 Maple; Houston, Raymond Jr., from 804 E. 9th., to 1029 N. Poplar; Hunsinger, Carl T., from 1029 N. Poplar, to Lawrence; Kahle, Richard L., to 815 N. Main; Keith Norm a, to 234 Walnut; Lank, Ada, to 230 S. Oak; LeRoue, Dlza, from 134 S. Maple, to 937 8. Maple; Sellers, Jerry, from 1100 N. Mulberry. to W»m«go; Wheat, Leslie, to 602 B. En*. RALPH A. LEWIS Ralph A. Lewis, 76, retired city letter carrier, died at his home today at 3 a.m. He had been in failing health eight years. Services will be at Dengel & Son Mortuary Tuesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles P. Knight will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Mr. Lewis was born at Neosho Falls, March 6,1887, and had lived in Ottawa since 1918, moving from lola. He married Merle Clark Nov. 20, 1935, at Mound City. He was a city carrier from 1923 to May 31, 1948. Surviving are the widow; three sons, Rex M. Lewis, Ottawa; Clarence Hull, Ft. Worth, Tex., and Robert E. Hull, Calexico, Calif.; 10 grandchildren; one great- grandchild; one sister, Mrs. Clara Seymour, Burbank, Calif., and two brothers, Jerry Lewis and Jess Lewis, Coffeyville. MRS. DELMAR C. EDWARDS Mrs. Delmar C. Edwards, Chanute, an Ottawa resident most of her life, died April 4. She is survived by one son and one daughter. Services will be Monday at 2:30 p.m. at the Evangelical Church in Chanute. Naomi Gibbs, a comedian, entertained the junior high yesterday at a pay assembly. The title of the program was "Legend and Lore," which she presented by use of sand painting, chapeaugraphy and ventriloquism. With the coining of Spring many students are spending their time outside on the weekends and getting ready for their Easter vacation next weekend. ADAMS — Funeral Services for Mrs. Anna Mae Adams will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2:00 p.m. Monday. Interment in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 29, 25, 20 Hens M the losing side by only one, 5 to 4. Displaying the form that won him last season's KCAC Tennis championship, Emporia's Schoelank handily disposed of Ottawa's No. 1 entry, Slackeu, 6-0, 6-0. For Ottawa, Edwards and Jones won their singles matches, playing third and sixth men, respectively. Edwards triumphed 7-5, 6-1, and Jones, 7-5, 8-6. OU's second 'doubles' team of Holstom and Edwards won their match as did the third 'doubles' team of Hammond and Jones. Here are results SINGLES Schoelank (E) over Slackeu (0) Albright (E) over Holstrom (0) Edwards (0) over Zimmerman (E) McEllehanny (E) over Ellsworth (0) Stromberg (E) over Hammond (0) Jones (0) over Bert (E) DOUBLES Schoelank & Albright (E) over Slackeu & Ellsworth (0) Holstrom & Edwards (0) over Zimmerman & McEllehanny (E) Hammong & Jones (0) over Stromberg & Bert (E) (First Published April 6, 1963) (Last Published April 20, 1963) NOTICE OF SALE Of PEBSONAL PROPERTY TO SATISFY WAREHOUSE LIEN To Mrs. M. C. H. Eastman or whomever may be concerned: You are hereby notified that I, the undersigned, having a lien, under the statutes of the State of Kansas, upon the following described personal property, to-wlt: 1. About 425 old books. 2. Antique Dishes. 3. Antique Picture Frames. 4. Antique Furniture. 5. Round Table. 6. Stool. t. Buffet. 8. Rock Collection. at this time located In the Ottawa Transfer and Storage Company at 309 So. Walnut In Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, which lien Is for storage; that the amount of my lien Is the sum of 734.00 dollars. ' , You are further notified that I will, on the 18th day of May, 1963, at the Ottawa Transfer and-Storage Company warehouse, 309 8. Walnut, in Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, at 1:00 o'clock p.m., of said day, proceed to sell the said above described property to satisfy my lien, and the charges for keeping and taking care of the same, necessarily incurred, and the cost of sale. This said sale to be at public auction for cash. WITNESS MY HAND, this 4th day oj April, 1963. Ottawa Transfer Storage Company By Carl Beaton, Owner (First Published April «, JJ«) (Last Published April 80, 1963) NOTICE OF MEETING OF M* • COUNTY BOARH OF EQUALIZATION O.S. 7t-MW. Notice it hereby given that the Board of county Commissioners of the County of Franklin, In the State of Kansas. constituted as the County Board of Equalization, will meet at the Court Rouse In the County Commissioners office, in said county and state, OB wt first Monday of May, May fth, 1963, and proceed to fairly and Impartially equallce the valuation of personal property of said county and such real property as has changed value by reason of revaluation or removal from or construction of improvements In said conn- J At which meeting, or adjourned meet- Ing, if any, all persons feeling themselves aggrieved with assessments made and returned by the assessors can appear and have all error* to tne return corrected. • „_....« In accordance with Kansas Oenerw Statutes, Section 79-606 <"»•> •" complaints must be filed en or before May Sth, 1983 in accordance with existing statutes. Bruce Spears County Clerk Dated April 4th, 1963 and 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 KC Markets SALE DATES Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, Overbrook Kansas Every Wednesday Every Crtdaj - Alien County Livestock *j*t'on OM Citr Kansas NATE AND LEONA GIBBONS Melvern 549-3474 Open dates on farm and household Sales. Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lvndnn Kansas April 8 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Lawrence Livestock Sale Co., East llth St. Lawrence. Kas. April 9 — Ray Barnhart, Farm Sale, 5V.. miles northwest of Ottawa, Kas. April 10 — H. C. Thomas Household Goods and Misc. Antiques. 2 miles East on Logan St., Ottawa. Kas. April 16 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every rueea»i night 7 p.m., 1136 N Main. community sal* every Tharsdai WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word ..... Co 3 insertions per word 6 insertions per word 12 insertions per word 26 insertions per word Cash 15e Me 45e We 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. Local ................ He per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National ............ Me per lint (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, «c per word per insertion, no discount Blind Ads - 50c extra Lawn, Garden Equip. — 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 RASEBERRY 1120 E. 7th. plants, 10 cents, WE ARE not operating, have NOTHING for Sale. Church Fruit Farm. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle: Compared with last week's close; slaughter steers and heifers to 2550 higher; calves and vealers unchanged; good to choice steers 21.75-24.00; good to choice heifers 21.00-23.75; good and choice slaughter calves 20.00-24.00; good to prime vealers 24.00-32.00; good to fancy feeders 18.50-32.00. Sheep: Slaughter lambs to 25 higher; ewes and feeder lambs steady; good to prime lambs - 17.50-20.25; cull to good ewes 500-7.50; good to choice feeder lambs 14.00-16.00. Hogs: Barrows and gilts to 25 lower; sows to 25 lower; barrows and gilts 1-3 190-340 Ib 12.75-14.00; sows 1-3 300-400 Ib 12.50-75; 400500 Ib 12.00-50; 2-3 500-600 Ib 11.75-12.25. Blanche Lamb-Bob Robert* Lamb Funeral Home Get Our Prices Before You Buy STEWART MEMORIALS Across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 April 6 — White Elephant Sale, Richmond ball park, Richmond, Kas. April 26 — Lincoln School Cub Scout Sale — Printy's Auction House, 1136 N. Main, 7 p.m. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude— 918 Howard— 46. Ottawa RFD 4. Count* Balr Company Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway 59. April 9 — Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barnhart closing out Farm Sale, 6 miles north- wes' of Ottawa 1 p.m. April 12 — John Souders Dairy cattle & Farm Machinery 1V4 miles East IVi North of Baldwin, Kansas. 1 p.m. April 18 - Lleuf & Heim, Farm Sale 4 miles West of Baldwin Jet. on Highway 50. 11 a.m. April 22 — Cecil Morrow, closing out Farm Sale, 5 miles East; 4 North of Overbrook, Kans. Male Help Wanted —19 EXPERIENCED service station attendant. Married. Good hours. No Sundays. Write Box P65 c-o Ottawa Herald. MEN 21 - 45 — Married. For full time work. Guaranteed $85.00 per week or if presently employed but will work evenings and Saturday: Call CH 2-1511 for interview appointment. LEWIS—Funeral Services for Mr. Ralph A. Lewis, long time resident, who passed away early this morning, will be conducted from the Mortuary Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Interment Highland Cemetery, lola, Kansas. Ph. CH 2-2323 ^^Bs!»^iB»»li»BBi»BsBi»»Bs^s^s»«»^Bs^s^s^s»"™ii»i™»"«»™"^»^"^"^"^"^'^ 1 ^^ 1 ^ 1 ^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Public Sale As we have sold our farm, will sell at Public Auction at the farm located 1% miles North, 1 West, 1 North, 1 West, % North and % West of Ottawa, Kansas, on: Tuesday, April 9,1963 (Starting at 1:00 P.M.) CATTLE — Guernsey cow, 5 yrs. old, springer; Guernsey cow, 8 yrs. old, springer; Guernsey and Shorthorn cow, 4 yrs. old, springer; 2 Roan cows, 7 yrs. old, springers; Red cow, 6 yrs. old, pasture bred; Guernsey cow, 6 yrs. old, 2 calves by side. Cows are all bred to Hereford bull. HOGS — 2 sows due to farrow last of April; good Red boar; 15 shoats, weight 50 Ibs. MACHINERY — 1951 Farmall C tractor; Farmall F-12 tractor and cultivator; John Deere 2-bottom 12" plow; P & O lister with fertilizer; 2 disks; side delivery hay rake; manure spreader; A-C combine; 2 horse mowers; 2 wagons with box wagon and rack; Van Brunt grain drill; hammer- mill and belt; hay loader; John Deere corn planter; 2 harrows; walking plow and lister. MISCELLANEOUS — Posts; lumber; roofing; 'steel barrels; good vise; shovels; wire stretchers; wagon load of hand tools of all kinds. FEED — Some ear corn and Lespedeza seed. TRUCK — 1947 Dodge V 2 -ton truck with grain bed and stock rack. Some household goods and many other articles too numerous to mention. CONSIGNED BY Robert Harra — 5 native ewes, open. Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents. Mr. & Mrs. Roy Barnhart, OWNERS Auctioneers: Myers and Stewart. Clerk: Kansas State Bank, Ottawa. Female Help Wanted —24 KU HAS immediate vacancies for Clerk-Typists and Clerk-Stenographers. KU offers excellent fringe benefits, competitive salary and ideal working conditions. Contact the Personnel Office, 133 Strong Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. General Services —29 LIVE BAIT SHOP - 1130 Underwood. WILL DO Washings and Ironings, CH 2-1492 CEMENT, Carpenter work — Reasonable prices. CH 2-2633. WASHINGS 2.00 bushel. Ironings 13.00 bushel. CH 2-3954, 943 Cypress. GIVE IDEALS for Easter. - Wiggleswbrth Magazine Agency. CH 2-3003. DRESS making, alterations. CH 2-1200. 831 King. STEAMING, PAPERING, Painting - Conrad'* Painters CH 2-32M. WANT TO spray paint houses, barns. CH 2-4251. LAWN MOWER and Small Engine Repair, Guaranteed Work. 704 N. Sycamore. DEAL ANIMALS removed, Star? dard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa CH 2-1064 TRENCHING, Plastic Pipe, Yard Hydrants, Stock Tanks, Stock Waterers, Underwood Plbg. CH 2-1264. LbJ US help your business by advertising your service in tht Ottawa Herald General Service* section McCRACKEN ~ ELECTRIC CH J-3234 WIRING CH 2-tfJl Livestock _ FOR SALE - 6 black Yearling Heifers. Raymond Gillette. FOR SALE — Pigs, 2 East oil 68 and % South, Barnes. NIGHT Consignment Horse Sale' East llth Street, Lawrence, Kas., Monday night, Apr. Sth, 7:00 p.m. Norman Watts, Owner — Stewart IE Green, Autv tioneers.
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