Cyclone Doin's THE OTTAWA HERALT> Saturday, April 27, 1963 MARGARET ANNE Year-End Rush Hits Students By MARGARET WILLIAMS and ANNE MACHIN News Briefs Mrs. H. R. Webster of Ottawa las been re-elected for a three year term as grand trustee of the grand chapter of Kansas, Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Webester is a past grand matron of Kansas and a past matron of Union Chapter No. 15, Ottawa. Walter Dengel, Larry Kraft and Rev. Leopold Hoppe are delegates to the 104th annual convention of Episcopal Diocese of Kansas which will convene at 5 p.m., tomorrow in Grace Cathedral in Topeka. Delegates to the 79th annual meeting of the Episcopal Churchwomen, which will also meet at Grace Cathedral, are Mrs. Jack Bennett and Mrs. Warren Weien. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Legate (First Published April 13, 1«63» (L»«t Published April 27, 1963) 8Utf of KMIMR, Franklin County, ss; In The Prob»t.<> Court of said County and Stftte In the Matter of the Estate of Qeorce A. Dunlap, Deceased No. 10-847 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kiinsap to all Persona Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by L. C. Oelger, administrator of the estate of George A. Duhlap, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, approval of his accounts as administrator, allowances for his services, attorneys' fees and expenses, also that the court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to them the real estate and personal property remaining In said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the oth day Of May, 1983, at 10:00 o'clock, a m. of said day, In said court, In the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said caune will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. L. C. Gelger, Administrator, Petitioner. Anderson ft Byrd Attorneys for Administrator. CRASH SCENE — Car in rear ran under this truck late yesterday at Centropolis corner north of Ottawa, bouncing truck into a stop sign. (Herald Photo) Field trips and elections seem to be in the spot light this week as some people are trying to finish the year while others are getting ready for next year. Advanced metal work class members went to Kansas City to view the principle they have been studying in practice. Lawrence Chapman, Robert Gray, Lester Edwards, Norman Moore, Michael Pratt, Darrell Wadkins and their sponsors, junior high principal De.an Royse, senior high principal W£ P. Shepard and guidance counselor P. K. Worley toured the Chevrolet Plant and Sheffield Steel C(i. Wednesday. All OHS seniors gained practical knowledge of the banking system on Wednesday and Thursday. Tlje annual senior bank visitation covered three banks, Kansas State, Peoples National and First Na- tiqjhal. While girls' eyes were caUght by the complicated machines, boys were most fascinated by! 8-ton vault doors and counterfeit coins. After the tours, seniors treated to refreshments by tr«4 banks. New officers for the Future Homemakers of America were elected Wednesday at the regular meeting. Those leading next year's organization are Donna Bones president; Gail Davenport, first 'vice-president; Rita Hollinger, second vice-president; Eloise Montgomery, secretary; Margery Gulden, treasurer and Sharon Rice, student council representative. Jean Allen gave a monologue after the election, entitled "At the Railroad Crossing." Mouse roars for the final time tojiight! The last dramatic production of the year, "The Mouse Tfcat Roared," will be given tonight by a cast of 32 senior high students. Jane Feuerborn direct: the comedy in which Terry Wollen, TWiy Warren, Ben Park, James Graham, Bob Nordyke and Anne Machin have lead roles. Proceeds ftbm ticket sales will go to the senior class for its trip. A few tickets are still available for tonight's performance and may be purchased at the door. After the play, the cast and cijew will be entertained at a party in the basement of the auditorium, organized by Mrs. L. J. War- reJi. •For the first time in OHS history, the band participated in the Eastern Kansas League band festival. This event was held in the Turner High Auditorium Monday. Nearly 350 high school musicians spent the afternoon practicing for the concert to be presented by tHS combined bands that evening. Gnest conductor was Edward Lakin, professor of music at William Jewel College, Liberty, Mo. John Jones and Loren Matthews of; the OHS music department sponsored the trip. Ottawa High's newspaper, the Record, is now the proud owner of. a certificate of merit from the National Scholastic Frees Association in Minnesota. Last year, the first semester's paper received a second class rating, while this yeiar's Record, for the same period of'time, was honored with a first class title. Conrad Downing is sponsor of the journalism department. The judge commented favorably on the entire paper, especially the. sports section of which senior Rifck Winchester is editor. Also cojjnmended was the front page ""layout of the paper. The judge the stories were interesting cleverly written. Girls' Athletic Association its officers of 1964 last isday. Presiding over the club's activities will be Ellen Speer while Linda Smith will be vice- president; Kathy Reusch, student council representative; Karen Kasper, points Linda Shaughnessy, "recreation, and Cheryl Kaub, secretary-treasurer. The junior high Kayettes selected the board of directors for next year. The girls will assist officers Jane Wollen, Sara Wood, Martha Hill and Jewel Scott. Board members are: program chairman, Martha Roush; special programs, Elisa Christian; recreation, Linda Corlis; school service, Ann Elder; community, Linda Mendell; world, tferedith Maviiy; properties, Linda Mietchen, pianist, Linda Page; song leader, Barbara Johnson; publicity, Janet Anderson, and joints, Susie Collins. Safety was the theme of the junior Kayettes' regular meeting. The girls divided into groups of Four and five and created an original safety poster. Kathy Hill was chairman. The posters will be put up in the halls to remind students to be safety conscious. At the close of the meeting, the girls bad refreshments. Today students were nervously awaiting their chance to perform. Susan Sandow, Susan Kelly, John Brockway, Gail Garrett, Arlyss Baker, John Hoppe, Curtis Langdon, Thurston Wallace, Sandra Sauer, Harriett Bechtle, Charles Brandon, Donald Castleberry and Phil Whirley were attending the State Music festival all day today at Emporia. Any student who received a No. 1 rating at his district's contest is entitled to compete in this state-wide festival. Those who receive a No. 1 at the state-contest will be awarded a gold medal. Also today, Ellen Speer, Edith Ponton, Marcia Doman, Kathy Reusch, Margaret Williams, Lindy Wallace, Kay B a r r, Barbara Heathman, Connie Wheeler, Helen Clayborne, Harriett Clayborne, Sandra Warren, Linda Shsughnes- sy, Linda Smith, Diane Fitzgerald, Lynn Wedman, Mary Mueller and Cicily Park attended a GAA play day at Kansas University. Activities provided are swimming, bowling, softball, tennis, archery and volleyball. With the end of the school yeai in sight, activities are pepping up with everyone trying to complete the year's work in full measure. Franklin D. Yates, RFD 3, Ottawa, was cited by the police yesterday for speeding 45 in a 30 mile zone. Don E. Carroll, Kansas City, Kas., was cited by the police yesterday for speeding 30 in a 20 mile zone. He posted $10 bond. The Pomona High School senior class will present a three act comedy, "Grandpa's Twin Sister," at 8 Friday and Saturday nights, May 3 and 4. The play will be presented at the Pomona High auditorium. S. S. Bergsma, vocational agricultural instructor, and Edwin Henry, trade and industry coordinator at Ottawa High School, are attending a vocational and industrial educational conference at Emporia State Teachers College today. It is announced that the Selec- ive Service office will be closed May 1 and 2, as personnel will attend a meeting in Topeka. Carole New, son of Mr. and Mrs. !. H. New, Greeley, is one of 45 !ollege of Emporia students recognized for academic achievements at the annual Honors Day at C. of E. Carole has compiled a 4.06 grade average. Mrs. A. 0. Head, 212 S. Cedar, picked the first strawberries of the season from her garden on Thursday of this week. Mrs. Teresa Allsup, 209 W. 6th, will leave Tuesday for Southgate, 'alif., a suburb of Los Angeles, to make her home. Her son, Bill Allsup, lives there. One Hurt In Crash One man was critically injured and a second suffered minor cuts in a crash at the Cenropolis corner on US59 yesterday afternoon. Taken to the KU Medical center in Kansas city was Paul Ivan King, 20, Henry, 111. He suffered a fractured skull and neck fractures as well as severe lacerations. King was a passenger in a car driven by Dennis D. Kort, 19, Blue Hill, Neb. Kort suffered facial cuts. Both Kort and King are students at the Central Technical Institute in Kansas City. Sheriff Joe Ferns said Kort was northbound when his car struck the rear of a cattle truck driven in the same direction by Harry Scott, who lives north of Ottawa. Scott was slowing to turn east on a rural road. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Nelson Chambers, 728 S. Cherry; Paul King, Kansas City; Friday. Dale Howard, 907 N. Cedar; Bonita Mae and Harold, Jr., Glaus, Lyndon; Saturday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Deward Phipps, ilelvern, daughter Friday, veight, 6 lb., 10 oz. Msmissals Mrs. Lewis Brown, 109 S. Cear; Kaul King, Kansas City, ransferred to K. U. Medi- lenter; Friday. Mrs. Charles ones, 1002 S. Locust; John W. tennett, Williamsburg; Saturday. Speculate On Rocky's Love Affair By CHARLES L. WEST NEW YORK (AP)-Public speculation about Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller's possible marriage accelerated today, fueled by a little fact and a lot of conjecture. The lady whom rumor links with the Republican governor, 54, newly divorced Margaretta (Happy) Fitler Murphy, 36, remained in seclusion. Just as the governor has refused to discuss his own divorce of 13 months ago, so has he refused to comment on the divorce four weeks ago of Mrs. Murphy, social register former member of his staff. Her former husband, Dr. James S. Murphy, 41, works as a medical researcher for the Rockefeller Institute. Althought Rockefeller's press secretary painstakingly pointed out that the "no comment" should be taken to mean only that, the governor's refusal to quiet the rumor's—and the smile on his face as he does so—inevitably prompted speculation. And a rare three-week gap in Rockefeller's official schedule provided an anchor of fact for the Rumors raced through political and social circles. In Albany, sparked partly by cancellation of the governor's news conference Tuesday, the state capital buzzed this week with speculation that the marriage had oL'curred. Bodies Of Coal Miners Recovered By HERB LITTLE CLARKSBURG, W. Va. (AP)Inconsolable survivors planned today funerals for 22 victims of a violent coal mine explosion in northern West Virginia, as mine officials tried to pinpoint the cause of the tragedy. Rescue workers located the last of the bodies late Friday night and by midnight had brought all the victims to the surface at the Clinchfield Coal Co.'s Compass No. 2 mine at Dola, 12 miles northwest of Clarksburg. The sheet-shrouded bodies were taken first to a company-owned building for identification, then to funeral homes in the area. There were no announced plans for mass funerals. Announce Pomona High Faculty POMONA — Charles Hill, Pomona High School principal, announces the employment of three new teachers to complete the staff for next year. Hill was retained by the board in late winter. All three of the new teachers will be graduated from Kansas State Teachers Colleges, Emporia, in the 1963 class. Barry Stanley has been hired to teach English and psychology. Before attending Emporia, he lived at Lament. He and his wife, who has one more year at Emporia, plan to move to Pomona. Caroline Cox, whose home is ai Augusta, will teach home economics and girls' physical educa^ tion. To teach social studies and gen eral science will be Larry Koon Kingman. Koon is single. Returning to their present posi tions will be Mrs. Anna Bunyan Jerome Adell, Carlin Nalley, Mrs Arlene Warren, Mrs. Louise Wei born, John Kimbrell and Mar Hudelson. RALPH WEAVER Ralph Weaver, 90, Paola, formerly of southeast of Ottawa, died Thursday in the VA Hospital, Kansas City. He was born Jan. 19, 1873, at Rantoul. Services will be Sunday at 2 D.m. at the Wilson Funeral Home, 'aola. Burial will be in Paola 'emetery. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. ?lora Weaver; one daughter, Mrs. Faye Morris, Paola; one son, Jlarence Ray Weaver, California; wo sisters, Mrs. Alice Curtis and Mrs. Grace Michel, Ottawa; one brother, Claude Weaver, Garnett; and many nieces and nephews. Nieces and nephews of Ottawa Dlanning to attend the funeral are VIrs. Leta Dunn, Mrs. Lyle Fouts, Tommy and Albert Michel and Dean and Howard Curtis. In Uniform Two Home n Leave Deaths To Organize Golf Group A beginners group of Ottawa women golfers is being organized. Persons interested are asked to meet at 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 29, at the Country Club clubhouse. They should bring golf clubs. Pairings for women's play Tuesday, April 30 have been announced as follows: E. Read, R. Malouf and J. Huckaby; M. Cook, F. Cramer and F. Lewis; L. Corlis, E. Kelsey and J. Speer; V. Worthington, E. Goss and M. Deputy; M. Sheldon, B. Hill and Shepard; V. Johnson, A. Hysom and D. Elder; A. Fredoen and C. Roberts; D. Peters, J. Foulks and A. Crawford; V. Burkdoll and H. Kramer. Doris Peters was awarded the ball for low putts last Tuesday. For reservations or cancellations for next Tuesday, call CH 2-4546 or CH 2-4983. Family Life Service Sunday A family life conference will be at Ottawa's First Methodist Church on Sunday, April 28. A one-act play, entitled "Our Kind," will be presented at 7 p.m. The play deals with a family situation which could exist in any average Ottawa family. The author is Nora Sterling. This play was presented last fall in the Methodist Church's national family life conference at Chicago. The local presentation is directed by Luella G. Parrott, and the cast includes Charles Mavity, Jr., Mrs. Cliff Reynolds, Jim Cook, Kay Barr, Jim Fouts and Dean Royse. fFirst Published April SO, 1963* (Last Published May 4, 1963) In The Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Mabel F. Holmes, Deceased Case No. 10-99S NOTICU OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR To the Creditors, heirs, devisees, and legatees, of Mabel F. Holmes, Deceased, and all others concerned: You and each of you will take notice that on the 13th day of April, 1963, Dorothy M. Baker, was appointed executor of the will of Mabel F. Holmes, deceased, and duly qualified as such executor and letters testamentary •were Issued to her on April 13th, 1863, by the probate court of Franklin County, Kansas. All parties interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and 1! their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. Dorothy M. Baker, Executor of the will of Mabel F. Holmes, Deceased. Donald L. White, Attorney for Executor Removals Bishop, Allen, from 619 S. Oak, to 311 K 2nd.; Close, William J., from 925 E. 7th, to Topeka; Curby, Ralph, from 1331 S. Maple, to 1423 S. Hickory; Casteneda, Jose, to 130 S. Poplar; Hughes, Alline, from 318 Ash, to 207 E. Wilson; Hendrickson, Charles F., to 1403 S. Elm; Pence, C. O. from 1522 S. Cedar, to 321 S. Maple; Toulouse, Tom, from 603 Lindwood, to 419 S. Willow; Wheeler, A. G., to 922 N. Locust. Marine Cpl. Harold J. Bechtle, 1010 Walnut, is home on leave after 12 months' service in the Far East. He was stationed at Okinawa with the third Marine Division. He is with his wife at Nevada, Mo. A-2c Dennis Ainsworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ainsworth, 325 S. Cedar, is home on leave after service at Chennault, AFB, La. He'll leave in early May for three years' service in Spain. Local Markets Wheat $2.07 Soybeans 2.39 EaV corn 1.09 Shelled corn 1.14 Milo ., Barley Oats .. Rye 1.78 1.10 81 1.00 Butterfat .47, .42 Grade Eggs 25, 23, 18 Police Called To Two Crashes The police were summoned t two accidents in Ottawa yester day, involving minor damage t two cars but no injuries. Cars driven by Rodney R. Hart rick, 721 E. 9th, and Eldon Rule, 311 W. llth, collided abou 10:30 a.m. in the 1600 block o: South Main. Hartrick was going south o Main and Rule was pulling out of a drive prior to the accident. Damage to Hartrick's car was estimated at $145. There was no apparent damage to the other vehicle. Rule was cited by the police for failing to yield the right of way. Cars driven by Elva L. Cox, RFD 2, Pomona, and Harry Staadt, RFD 2, Pomona, were involved in an accident in the 200 block on South Main about 4 p.m. Cox was headed north on Main and Staadt was backing from a curb prior to the accident. Damage to the Cox car was estimated at $10. There was no damage to Staadt's car. AMBROSE ROCKER Ambrose Rocker, 45, Bakersfield, Calif., formerly of Richmond and Garnett area, died today at 2:30 a.m. from effects of a recent stroke. He was the son of the late August and Theresa Rocker. Surviving are the widow, the former Ida Belle Enyart; two step-sons, Billy Hornecker, Bak- earsfield; and Buddy Hornecker, with the Air Force, recently returned from Okinawa; four brothers, August, Albert and Frank Rocker, Garnett; and Jake, Topeka; and six sisters, Mrs. Ben Brummel, Garnett; Mrs. Leo Miller, Wellsville; Mrs. Jim Hopkins, Sneedville, Tenn.; Mrs. Ed Miller, Greeley; Miss Elizabeth Rocker, Winfield; and Mrs. Catherine Mersman, Richmond. One brother, Gregory, is deceased. Mrs. E. B. Enyart, mother of Mrs. Rocker, and other relatives plan to leave for California to attend services. Funerals MRS. ELVA F. FOWLER Services for Mrs. Elva F. ler, who died April 24, were at North Baptist Church April 26. Rev. Thomas Ingle officiated. Honorary palldearers were Lindel Chism, Clarence Keith, Herschel Kunard, Jimmie Fredricks, Harry Pratt, Larry Lemon, Hank Crockett and Earl Richardson. Active pallbearers, were Emmett Taylor, Max Shoemaker, Floyd 0. Perk ins, Bob Melton, Robert Carr and Galen Bristow. Mrs. Lindel Chism and Mrs. Earl Richardson sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. Hank Crockett. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. kj A DTI hi Electrical IVIMR I in Equip Co (formerly Elliott's) Wholesale Electrical Supplies NEW LOCATION 117 E. 2nd CH 2-2705 The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Blanche Lamb-Bob Robertt Lamb Funeral Home •••^••••^•^••••••^••^^•^^^^^^^ Public Sale As I have sold my farm I will sell the following articles located iy 2 miles south, 3 miles east and % mile south of the intersection of highways US-56 and US-59, or 1% miles south of US-56 at west edge of Baldwin, then J / 2 mile west and J /4 mile south, on Monday, April 29, 1963 Beginning at 12:30 P.M. MACHINERY — 1951 A-C WD tractor, good rubber. good condition; 1951 A-C 2-row cultivator; 1953 A-C 3-12 mounted plow, good; 1953 A-C lift type tandem disc; 1950 John Deere No. 116W baler, good condition: 1955 SP100 9-ft. SP combine with cab and 3-row Hesston crop saver head: 1959 A-C 2-row planter, lift tvpe hitch and fertilizer attachment; 1955 No. 38 Superior 16-7 errain dnll with fertilizer and seed boxes, rubber tires: IHC 25V tractor mower: 1960 Wick-Farris wheel hale loader, good: 195 7 Sears 75-bu. manure snreader, rubber tires: 1953 Humbolt manure loader with bucket and blade: 1955 A-C t>ost hole dierger. tractor mounted: 1951 Chevrolet I 1 /. -ton truck with 13-ft. grain bed; Hannen broad-jet snraver with barrel and rack, new: John Deere No. 62 1-row forage chorjper. new nvlon tires: 1958 Mulkey 32-ft. ha.v and grain elevator with grain snout and drag w'th large eras engine: F^irbanks-Mo^se hammer mill; 9-ft. Cnlti-oacker: C*>se 4-bar side rake, old: 3- section harrow, old: Iron wheel waeon. old: 4-m. Mavrath Ifi-ft. srra.in auger; 2-wheel trailer with pick-un bed and fenders. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT — 1 set 12 x 28 tractor chains: Snowco tractor umbrella; 1 set 7:00 x 20 truck chains: Comfort tractor cover: 4- secHon 7-ft. overhead ^arasre door, complete; Tarpaulin 16 x 1.6. goorl ; 200-«*a.l. Baseline tank, stand and hosp; Wavne e 1a c f nc eraso^ne tmmrj. hose and nozzle: 9 snuarp o'l drums wi^ numns' electric sickle <rr;«^»,. R 90-ft ^ints of •'K-in. black -Writs r> f -v, .ir> pralv. r>'ne. us 2^--ton sbon roll par b-"d" n i.ilic. charters- 4 x 10 ha" r f*°der: 4 x 1.4 some Vierlo-e posts: forks: shovels; buckets: other articVs too numerous to ment'on. DATRV T7!OTTTr»TF!NT — 9RO-pr a i. T>j,aval st"in- less steel *mlk tank, ^ood: 2-unit TWjj»vpl prlasa ninel'ne mil 1 '"*"* ""^ m' 11r ^lease and No. 73 mimt). 21/1 vears oH- r)pT,fmnl 2-comnprtment stainless steel was* 1 vat: 9-nnH DeLaval jnilVer, b' 1 ^ 1 ' 0 ^ t^ne: Hot Point. 66-gal. electric water heater; 35,000 BTU gas heater. POULTRY EQUIPMENT — 2 5-gal. electric poultry waterers; 3-gal. electric poultry waterer; hangine noultry feeder. 50-lb. capacity; poultry feeder, 200-lb. canacitv: 200-chick electric brooder; 3 6-hole hen nests; 10-hole nest, roll-out type. Terms : Cash. — Nothing to be removed until settled for. — Not responsible for accidents. FRED V. OLNEY, OWNER Auctioneers: Col. Ernest L. Arnold, Overbrook, Kans., phone MO 5-3236; Col. Vernon W. Arnold, Baldwin City, Kans., phone 594-6520. Clerk: Baldwin State Bank. Lunch will be served. new: *>• 90-f stock tanks: feed bunk: 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 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. Local Me per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) Blind Ads - 50c extra National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices Rates Available set with emblem $100 2 insertions no change .. $1 DO Special Discount Contract Card of Thanks We wish to thank George Dillon, Lawrence Fuqua, and Norris Johnson for working the ground and planting crops, also the friends and relatives who sent cards and letters while my husband was in the hospital. The Irwin Harvey Family. Notices Mrs. Kleen COIN LAUNDRY Next to Wayrnires NOW OPEN FREE SOAP to the first 100 Customers Attendant to assist you Free Parking at Rear SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—W. Ottawa RFD i Prankllr County Sale Company B*«ry Saturday. North Ottawi on Highway 59. May 3 — Mrs. Eollie New Farm Machinery & Household Goods 2 Miles East of Ottawa on Logan % South. 1. P.M. May T — Claude Clemens Household Goods Baldwin, KS. 1. P.M. May 8 — Atchinson Est. Household Goods Sale Prlncton Kansas 1. P.M. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Bale, Ovcrbrook, Kansas B»ery Wednesday Ever; Friday — Alien County Uv» •lock 4jRt'on o*> CitT Kansas. NATE AND LEONA GIBBONS Melvern 549-3573 Open dates on farm and household Bales. Every Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Household furniture & Misc. Next door to Bank, Pomona, Kansas, Harold Stewart Phone CH 2-4836 May 1 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Neohso Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. May 13 — Night consignment liora* sale. East llth Street, Lawrence, Kansas, May 14 — State Highway Commission Bldg. and Equip. 1:30 p.m. 10 mil* east Ottawa, Kas. OU ft 33 Junction. May 15 Dr. H. P. Portly, liounohola goods and misc. west Wilson Btrcct. Ottawa, Kannas. 1 p.m. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 community auction every tucsuai night 7 p.m., Ilia N. Main. Community nal* «v*r» T)i*nda| nliV 113* N unlit April 87 — Mm, Turiinu Allnuu, 3il» Wuit 8th m., Otlawu, Km, HQiuuliulil uoodi, 1 p.m. May 1 - Mr. unJ Mrn, KM lieiuiotl cloning out farm tulu II o'clock, a mllm went; '/„ suulh anu % want Richmond, Kus. May II - Ottawa Transfer and Btnr- agf> Co,, 30* Walnut HI., Ottawa, storags auction 1 p.m.
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