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Vern Says So Booze Ban Works? TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Atty Gen. Vern Miller said Monday the publicity his crackdown on drinking on state property at college football games has had a beneficial effect in enforcing the law, even if there hasn't been a large number of arrests. Miller said he is not aware of any arrests at all resulting from surveillance he has ordered at state college football games this fall, but said, "I feel it's helped. At least they 're not as flagrant about it." Added Miller: "If everyone is aware that permissiveness is not prevalent, it's a great deterrent." Several Agents There The attorney general said he had "quite a few men" at the Kansas-Kansas State game last Saturday in Lawrence "and they said they didn't see any drinking." Miller said he has relied heavily on local law officials to help with the drive to curb drinking on public property during football games, and said in that regard his campaign has been a big success. Vern Miller "It's helped," he said, "because of the cooperation of the college presidents, the county attorneys and the local law enforcement officials. They are cooperating and helping in it." Sends Letters Miller wrote letters to the presidents of the state's public colleges and universities on the eve of the 1971 grid season, urging them to use their influence and their security personnel to see that the state law banning consumption of alcoholic beverages on public property is enforced. • The attorney general then set a small number of agents or specially commissioned observers to some home games of Kansas and Kansas State to keep an eye out. Friendly Advice Miller has usually reported that these agents observed no drinking, or spotted a bottle here and (here and advised the owner to put it away and reminded him of the law. "We will continue to see that the law is enforced to the best of our ability," Miller said Monday. "I'm pleased at the way it's been going." Maybe It's Less Open, But Drinking Rampant By RICH LOVETT LAWRENCE — Some observers at Saturday's Kansas-Kansas State football game here might wonder about the eyesight of Attorney General Vern Miller's agents. Miller said Monday he had "quite a few men" at the game and that they said they "didn't see any drinking." Ample Evidence Although it may have been less in the open than in previous years, there was ample evidence booze was present — especially on the hillside overlooking Memorial Stadium. Several hundred radio-carrying, blanket-wrapped persons, mostly college-age youths, who apparently could not get tickets to the sold-out game, watched from that spot. Many brought liquid refreshment to ward off the cold. One youth carried a burlap sack which he opened to reveal several six-packs of beer. A second student, less concerned with concealment, stood up and poured himself and his date wine from a half-gallon jug of Gallo, spilling about half on the ground. Another student took frequent drinks from a thermos jug, and his speech slurred noticeably as the game progressed. A fourth youth left the hillside in mid-game, staggering so badly that he had to be helped by a buddy. And after the crowd had left the hill the post-game litter included numerous beer cans. Inside the stadium, much the same situation existed. One coed said a couple behind her dropped and broke a sloe gin bottle at the beginning of the game. Other students in the same section passed around Heath Gives Warning LONDON (AP) - Britifji Prime Minister Edward Heath issued a "you will never win" warning to Northern Ireland's guerrilla gunmen Monday night in a television broadcast. He said British troops were beginning to prevail in the Ulster struggle. thermos bottles, commenting about the mix they had added to the contents of grain alcohol. Another student said one girl brought a Listerine bottle which she said contained vodka, A student sitting nearby, already appearing drunk, stood up and almost dropped, a fifth of bourbon from inside his coat. It appeared Miller's campaign had only driven booze from the open and under blankets, into hip flasks and enclosed in nondescript containers. Saw Alcohol Friday night in Hutchinson, a spectator at the game between Hutchinson Community College and Highland said he could see and smell alcohol carried into Gowans Stadium. "I'm surprised that nobody ever did anything about it," the juco student said. "Everybody along the bleacher section knew it was going on. One kid fell down three or four times. "After the game, there were about 12 to 15 bottles under the bleachers." "In fact," the fan continued, "things were so bad that they were hollering, 'Hey, Vern, where you at?' " Want Ads Announcements Eldredge Innerspring Mattress & Box Springs Custom & Standard Sizes QUALITY ... at no extra price. 400 North Main MO 3-4591 ELECTROLUX—Authorized Sales and Service. Alvin Fry, 2015 North Main. MO 5-6025. Legal Notices (First published In The Hutchinson News October 5, 1971) STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF RENO, SS: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN A. DUNN, DECEASED. NO. 7340 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND CODICIL The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in said Court by Walter E. Brooks, as executor named in said Will of John A. Dunn, Deceased, praying for the admission to probate of the Last Will and Testament of John A. Dunn, dated September 9, 1967, and the Codicil thereto dated September 3, 1971, as Executor of said Will and Codicil, to serve without bond, and you are hereby required to tile your written defenses thereto on or before the 27th day of October, 1971, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, in said Court, in the City of Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas, in the Probate Court Room thereof, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, ludgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said Petition. Walter E. Brooks, Petitioner ATTEST: (SEAL) E. Victor Wilson Probate Judge Robert E. Upp Attorney for Petitioner 301 First Natl. Bank Bldg. Hutchinson, Kansas 665-5811 8495 Specialized Services BUSINESS, PERSONAL and PROFESSIONAL In Easy-To-Find Alphabetical Order 22 Help Wanted Auto Painting and Repairs O'MARA'S Wide-Track Town offers the finest workmanship in auto body repairs or painting. Call Lawrence Hill for free estimates. MO 3-4481. 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Free Estimates. (FlrstpubTished in the Hutchinson News on the l21h day of October, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF) THE ADOPTION OF ) TAMMY ELf'NA ) Case No. A-1545 BROPHY AND ) PAULA JEAN ) BROPHY, MINORS ) NOTICE OP HEARING • THE STATE OF KANSAS TO THE NAT URAL PARENTS OF THE ABOVE NAMED MINOR CHILDREN AND TO ALL OTHER PERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY BE CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed In said Court by Robert Louis Miller, Petitioner, praying for an Order permitting him to adopt Tammy Elanna Brophy and Paula Jean Brophy, both minors, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 4th day of November, 1971, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day, in said Court, In the City of Hutchinson, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, ludgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said Petition. 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Box 1645, Hutchinson, Kansas. Miscellaneous Services WELDING AND DOZER WORK Albert Kelley, 662-4042, Hutchlnson_ Nursing & Rest Homes SPECIAL CARE preferred, couples or single, my home. MO 5-5830. Painting, Papering PAPERHANGTNG^ wail covering^ interior painting. Free estimates. MO 2-2955. Phone evenings at MO 2-9280. ~~ Picture Framing 200 MOULDINGS, Mats, Needlepoint, block, dry mount. STEPHENSON'S, 1212 N. Main, 2-1341. Professional Services ANSWERITE Professional Service 14 E. 2nd St. copied at competitive prices. (Let us do your letter writing,' Phone 662-4427 "__ Scpticjranksjfe Sanitation SEPTIC TANKS, cleaned, repaired, Installed. Lackey Sanitation, Rt. 3, MO 2-0266, "Red" Wroe operator. MO 5-8158. Trash Hauling LAWYERS, ARCHITECTS and MBA 'S, are needed for Action pro|ects. Call Action - Peace Corps - Vista collect 913354-7716, Topeka, October 12-15. CABINET 8. BenctPriTen" needed.'Must have hand tools & be able to read details. Apply to: Architectural Millwork, Inc., 401 South Adams. CONSTRUCTIOlT'WORkER'S wanted". Apply in person between 3 and 6 p.m. Kan Ark Industries, 507 North Whiteside. An equal opportunity employer. If you have a SKILLED "TRADE,"" Developing nations can use It. Call Action- Peace Corps - Vista collect 913-354-7716 Topeka, October 12-15. John D"eere"*cbn^"lnT^7«rator~for 2 months work in soybean harvest. Call Ross Bollnger, 234-5232, Room 11, Stafford. FARMERS NEEDED in 50 developing nations. Call Action - Peace Corps - Vista collect 913-354-7716, Topeka, October 12-15. ED GUTHRIES Trash, monthly rates, special pickup, Free Estimates, MO 3-6373 Truck & Car Painting QUALITY—Painting, reconditioning, re building of cars, trucks, trailers and In dustrlal equipment. Cleaned by steam and sand blasting. ARK-RIDGE ENTERPRISES, 662-1223, Randolph Anderson. 662-6025. Tree Trimming & Removal BOB STRICKLER TREE SERVICE Equipped and Experienced to handle-your tree problems. Slumps removed by machine. MO 5-6215. Termite Control ROBERTSON TERMITE and Pest Control. Guaranteed, Licensed, Insured. MO 5-8710, P.O. Box 483, Hutchinson. PfONEER CHAIN Saw Service and Sales, Lawn Mowers, small engine repair. Hodisco, 1217 West 4th, MO 2-0203. Furnace Cleaning HY-POWER Vac Cleaning for Furnaces t, Ducts. SERVICEMASTER, MO 2-2365. Wiring QuXLlTY Electric wiring and"repairing (Independent). Russell Electric, 708 East 7th. MO 2-4971. Wedding Service WEDDINGS — by civil servant —Rev erent, Dignified, Legal — FREE marital counseling. 665-8842. 16 Special Notices NO PLACE to Go With Your Old Newspapers? If not, drop them off at The News Plaza, and they will be sold for recycling Into paper products. A red and white trailer with the slogan "Re-Use The News" Is the depository. Of course any old newspapers will be accepted. This is a public service of The News. Proceeds will go to the Reno County Environmental Protection Committee MORTGAGE BURNING services wifl be held at the First Christian Church in Nickerson, October 24th at 2:30 p.m. Everyone Welcomel ONE OF THE NICEST THINGS ABOUT The Hutchinson News Want Ads are the way they find lost things. Dial local 2-3311 or call operator collect 662-1215. Reger Rents Trailers - Tools PAPER DRIVE TOMORROW Oct. 13, 8 a.m. till 1 p.m. HOLY CROSS SCHOOL NORTHGATE HARDWARE has Power Lawn Rakes and Lawn Spreaders for rent^507 East 30th, 662-4722. ALCOHOUCX ^^ONYMbOrivflT ^rS^ those who sincerely desire to stop drinking, MO 3-9681. BEAUTY by MARY KAY Cosmetics'. Betty Priest, 662-8527, 5-5723. Route 3, Hutchinson, Kansas. 17 Coming Events DEPRESSION Glass and collectable item* for sale, 719 West 11th, 9 - 6 Tuesday - Saturday; Sunday 2 - 8. YARD SALE, 104 East C, South Hufciv inson, Wednesday, clothing, furniture, miscellaneous. 17 Coming Events SALE Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:00 till? 910 South Main. Nice clothing, teenage clothes, large size dresses, Items for decoupage and tole, Avons, depression glass, new ovenbroiler. World books, toys and games, Hull and Rosevllle pottery, records, books, magazines, antique furniture, Accordian door. 5 -FAMILY Garage Sale, 410 East B, Wednesday 9-3 (weather permitting). There will be women's clothes from size 5 petite - 20. Men's clothes, a few appliances and lots of miscellaneous Items. UkRGE _ Yird Sale — Dishes, CTofhTng, baby basket. Bathinette, Avons, chain saw, bird cages, motorcycle equipment. Lots of miscellaneous. Wednesday-Thursday. 141? North Main. MOVING SALE, 7 rooms to trailer house -20 year collection, Lots miscellaneous furniture, tools. Oct. 13-14-15. Wed. - Fri. North of Cessna Plant 726 Cessna Drive. 4 FAMILY GARAGE Sale, 1002 East 11th, all sizes clothes, and tables, car- top carrier, collectors' bottles, dishes, and Book of Knowledge, Wednesday, Thursday. BACK YARD Sale^Men's, women's, children's good clothes, bowling balls and bags, miscellaneous. 203 East 11th. Wednesday, 9 a.m. PO RC H~SAL E—Wednesday? - !": 30~- ? Dishes, clothing of all sizes, baby furniture and miscellaneous. 210 West 18th RUMMAGE SALE — Wednesday, 8 - 3. Cheap clothing — miscellaneous. 801 Hoagland. ,s Lost'& Found FOUND ADS" (only) will be accepted FREE if you find something AND WISH TO LOCATE THE OWNER—Come in. . .a friendly ad taker will help you. Found ai 43rd and Haisfea'd. Part German shepherd, white with brown and gray markings, male. 3-9638. Foirhd~~~SnTairwh7te _ aTid~ tan "terrier with collar on 500 block North Plum. 3-6228 after 5:00 p.m FOUND, Black & Brown puppy, male, near Roosevelt, no tags or collar. Call to Identify. MO 2-6473. "FOUND ~— "Pair" prescription glasses, Ip Blue Cross-Blue Shield office. Call to identify, MO 2-3490. _ ""C6ST — """German Shepard, 4 years old, In west side of Hutchinson. Reward. 665-6889^ LOST — Grown male Sealpolnt Sla- mese cat. Reward offered. Please call 2-8308. 20 Schools and Instruction SANDY'S DANCE" StUDIOTtap, Ballet and Acrobatic. Free transportation. Call MO 2-3066. Brashear Dancing School Acrobatic, Tap, Ballet, Modern Jazz and Adult Ballroom. Class and private instructions. Reasonable Rates. MO 3-3953. For Best Results Use Hutchinson News Classified ^0 Schools, Instruction DANCE ARTS, Master certified private program. Children's classes—Tap, Bal let, Acrobatic, Baton.' Adult classes — exercise Interpretive, social. Materials kit furnished. 662-2062, 3105 Farmlngton Road. Brashear Dancing School Acrobatic, Tap, Ballet, Modern Jazz and Adult Ballrom. Class and private instructions. Reasonable Rates, MO 3-3953 FREE Aptitude Testing and Job Placement Asst. Salt City Business College 663-4488 Ave. A & Walnut Start Training Today TODAY IS THE 3rd DAY OF THE 40th Year ADELA HALE HAS BEEN TRAINING MEN & WOMEN for RESPONSIBLE POSITIONS IN BUSINESS Call M034419 for more Information, about Adela Hale training and free placement service. Adela Hale- Business Career School 1st 8, Plum, M03-4419, Hutchinson STUDENT LOANS - ACCREDITED ACBS H. S. GRAD- VETERANS Uncertain Of Your Future? Mid-Continent Aviation School Invites You to Look At Career Available To FFA Licensed AIR FRAME AND POWER PLANT MECHANICS Good Jobs available to students while attending classes. Average Earnings of $2.50 per nr. Write or call for appointment: 1-816-VI2-8480 (Collect) Mid-Continent Aviation School of Aeronautics 1441 Atlantic St. N. Kansas City, Mo. 64116 Approved for Veterans Financial Assistance available to Qualified Applicants Employment it 22 Help Wanted Needed — One Registered Nurse. Ap ply in person, Northview Manor, McPherson. "WANTED —Cosmetdlbglst, with follow ing. MO 3-6312 between 8-5 Tuesday thru Saturday. ~WANTED! ServlceTstalion attendant 8. service man. OK Service Company, 25 East 30th. WANTED: Evening cook. Apply In per ton. HOTEL LY-KAN, Lyons, Kansas. 257-2365. RELIABLE MAN for Kennel work. Llv Ing quarters for two. Apply at 3501 SteW' art between 1 p.m. - S p.m. "EXPERIENCED'Routernah7Steady work American Uniform Rental Inc. 2500 North Main. ~ lNDEPENDENT~o !n 'obber has "opening for transport driver. Box 222, Emporia, Kansas. "Need - someone to ~ "five irf "with""an elderly lady. 662-5333 WANTED: Truck Driver or Truck Oriver-Torchman Combination. Apply In person—MIDWEST. IRON 8. METAL CO., 700 South Main. WANTED Combination welder and machinist. Apply to Sam Hegarty, Central Welding 8, Machine Shop, 211 West Second. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY NIGHT MANAGER Young man or woman, will train. Ladies' and Children's ready to wear. Salary open. Phone Mrs. Leslie, 662-9778 — 662-4025. 24 Salespeople Wanted A & H AGENTS" Hospitalization 8. Life Salesmen. We furnish Qualified leads. Vested Contract, bonuses, excellent contracts, top commission. Expanding sales force and need top producer to train for District Manager. Replies confidential. Write J. E McNeill, 2604 B East Central, Wichita, Kansas 672U. ™" SALESLADY If you are now In the selling business and not making at least $150.00 per week you should definitely contact me Replies confidential. Write J. E. Mc Neill, 2604B East Central, Wichita, Kan sas 67214. CAR SALESMAN for leading Chrysler Plymouth dealership. Experience prefer red but not necessary, for young am' bilious man. Contact Eustace Marmle, Marmie Motors, Great Bend. Phont Area 316, 792-2571 for appointment. ~U."S.""SAFETY "Corporation""expanding in the fire detection field. Need t men who can meet the public and desire $800 per month. Guarantee. Call 6624451. ~ WA"NT E D 7~ M AT U R:E _ woman~to ~aMlst me In my business, part-time or full time. Call Mrs. Brown, MO 5-8902, 9:305:30 weekdays. CAN YOU spare 15 hour 's per~weok for an extra £50 to *60? We need 2 part time people 1o service Fuller Brush customers. 662-8238. Local Man For Local Business We Offer: * Established Territory * Guaranteed Salary plus bonuses * Blue Cross-Blue Shield * Profit Sharing * 5-day work week * Vacation with pay No canvasing, no lay-offs, above average Income, we furnish vehicle, all expenses paid. Sales experience helpful but not necessary. We'll train the right man. Must be married and over 25 years of age and provide good work record. For Interview Call Mr. Peterson after 4:00 p.m. Wednesday and all day Thursday 662-4406 26 Situations Wanted AS A SERVICE to our readers, "Sltua- tlon Wanted" ads will be accepted at HALF PRICE to Individuals seeking per manent employment. Ad must be paid In advance. Come In . '. . a friendly id taker will help you. ~6bD JOBS, painting and carpentry. MO 3-2919, MO 3-2275. 29 Public Auctions NOTICE! The Public Auction advertised in Sunday's paper to be held Sat., Oct. 16, 10 A.M. will be in MOUNDRIDGE, KANSAS 426 South Edwards, Ave. Mrs. Susie Koehn, owner Ted Krehbiel, Auctioneer 29 Public Auction! NEW GALVANIZED TIN AT AUCTION EVERY THURSOAY— name your own price. In sheets 3 ft. wide; rolls 12 ft. and 14 ft. wide by many lengths. For sale other weekdays at Sale barn. Sheets about 3c sq. ft.; rolls 4c. HESSTON, KANSAS SALES BARN, Phone 327-4435. THE PRICE IS RIGHT. Furniture Auction Wed., Oct. 13 7:30 P.M. Here Is a part of the consignments for our auction this Wednesday evening and be sure to look over this week's sale- then plan to attend. Also we are still accepting consignments for this week's sale. 2 outstanding 3 piece Spanish bedroom suites, 2 new Whirlpool refrigerators, In avocado or coppertone. 3 contemporary' Bassett sofas, in blue, gold or green. New 66 In. sink cabinet, complete with faucets, Amana side by side refrigerator and freezer combination in stainless steel. 2 piece vinyl living room suites, 7 piece dinettes, selection of new reollners. 22 cu. ft. upright freezer, 3 pair of twin maple beds, Klrby sweeper, heater with fans and thermostat, twin velvet beds, base cabinets, utility cabinets, 2 good wall heaters, 3 piece dark oak bedroom suite, guaranteed washers, gas ranges, canister sweepers, Necchl sewing machine, end end coffee tables, lamps, swivel rockers, occasional chairs, used 2 piece living room suites. Desks, including office type. S new carpets, set of 4 Bentwood dining room chairs, 5 piece dinette, bar stools, 2 piece cedar bedroom suite, 2—3 piece vanity style bedroom suites, 2 piece blond bedroom suite, new and used baby beds, high chairs, new baby buntings, 2 drawer file cabinet, drum table, 2 piece apart mcnt size living room suites, TV sets, piece card table set, Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table, chest of drawers Includ' Ing new and unfinished student's desk and chair, ontlque wardrobe, like new rollaway bed, used recliner, electric typewriter, fans, 18,000 BTU air conditioner, bookcase with glass doors, smoking cabinet—copper lined, metal bookcase, modern nlte stand, office chair, Toro lawn mower, 8 hole Ice cream chest freezer, Italian rifle, V* In. drills, clarinet, radios, plus numerous repossessions not listed here. REMEMBER, financing available Including Bank Approved Card and up to 60 day 1 free storage. SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 7:30 P.M. Page 9 The Hutchinson News Tuesday, October 12,1971 Food 31 APPLES, Jonathan," Grimes, Red and Yellow Delicious, Wlnesap, Rome Beauty, Stayman Wlnesap, Missouri Plppen; Watermelon, Sweet Potatoes, Pears, Squash, Pumpkin, Fresh Cider. W. C. StougMon Orchard, t East and 1 South of Medora. PONDVIEW FARM — Red and Yellow Delicious and Jonathan apples. Pumpkins sweet potatoes, honey, apple cider. Open 9 to 6:30. Sunday 12 go 6:30. V/i miles north of 30th on K-61. RIVERSBANKS APPLES Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Red Delicious, Grimes Golden; Kieffer pears. Watermelons, Tnrbln and butternut squash, fresh apple cider. Specials on Red Delicious apples — $2.00 bushel. Discounts on larger amounts. Va mile north of 30th on K-61. RUEBKE APPLES Golden Delicious, Stayman Wlnesap and Grimes Golden. 3V2 miles South of the Ninnescah River bridge on Highway K-17, East, Va North, on the Wesl side. RUEBKE ORCHARD, Pretty Prairie. BLANK FARMS JONATHAN, Red and Golden Delicious, Stayman, winesap, Rome Beauty apples watermelons. Squash. 6 miles North of 30th on Plum. 32 Building Materials ~"30,000~USE D BR I CKf $45 per" thousand. Will have 100,000 more later. 585-6539 Inman. Taylor Auction 15 West B MO 2-0721 Special Calf Sale 1500 head choice Angus and cross bred calves, weighing 300 to 775 lbs., fresh from ranches In Barber and surrounding counties. Oct. 16,1971, 1 PM Medicine Lodge Sale Co. Office (316) 186-5681 (316) 886-5562 (316) 886-5226 Fall Specials! 4 Ft. Wood Step Ladder $4.95 5 Ft. Wood Step Lauder $5.95 Ceiling Tile, sand stone, 12x12 — 22c value—overstocked not a closeout - 15c ff. Windows — Ponderosa pine, diamond life reduced to S2.50 per sash 1 lot of Doors — Including' — louvored, exterior doors & 6 panel Colonial — some slight damage each — $15.00 Paneling $2.99 8. UP Primed Hardboard Siding (by the bundle) ...16c ff. Easterclay Lbr. Co. 1310 East 4th MO 5-6831 Instant Knit! Merchandise 30 Wanted to Buy BEFORE YOU SELL GET OUR BID HIGHEST Prices paid for furniture, ap pliances, tools and miscellaneous, any quantity. Fred Welch Auction Co., 2.8308, 116 South Main. CARL'S FURNITURE PAYS CASH For Good Used Furniture 710 South Main MO 3-9123 HIGHEST PRICES paid for used fur niture. HARV'S FURNITURE, 13 South Main, 663-9071. 6 HESSTON Head Hunters for 1970 John Deere combine. Herman, Stafford 234-5700 (Hlldebrand). WE GIVE CASH for good "used" pianos. Call 316-662-4816. Nelson Music Get more for your furniture from Taylor Auction. We will buy one piece or complete houseful. MO 2-0721. WE PAY TOP DOLLAR For Furniture, Appliances !• Misc. MO 2-7993 31 Food >07vlWlNS~an'd"^afe7mefonl~b7' _ fhe truck loads. 100'$ of pounds of Butternut Squash and tomatoes and Indian corn for decoration. John's Market, 4th & Whiteside. SWEET~POTATOeS~ FI«Wnrll"n~¥bu pick. *2.00 bu. Bring containers. Also tomatoes, squash, pumpkins and melons. One mile east St. John.—Peterson-Rod armel. RED~f»6TAt6ES"^^2T _ buThel,"^7lng own container. I miles South of 2(1 and 50 intersection, 4 miles West. Weekdays J p.m. Weekends !0:a.m. • 7:p.m. Jtrald Goodman, St. John, Kansas. RE D'DEtrCToTJsrand "Wlnesap" "apples"; canning tomatoes, sweet potatoes and pumpkin. SANDY ACRES, 9 miles north on Plum Street. Open 8 to 7. RED DELICIOUS and Wlnesap apples, sweet potatoes and pumpkins. SANDY ACRES IN MEDORA. Open 11 to 7. 50 YEARS AGO in The Classified Ads For sale—one good spring wagon, cheap. Phone 29F9, G. W. Christopher. Wanted — experienced chocolate dipper. Bushong Candy Co., Wichita, Kansas. For sale: Black Hull seed wheat clear of rye. Phone 9F4, Grover Bowser. Wanted—Use of piano this winter for the storage of It. Call 1011W. Practical nurse wishes cases or care of children by the hour. Call all week 1573W. For sale pop corn and peanut clusters manufactured by C. Cretors Co., Chicago. Inquire No. 3 Atwood Place. For salt—well rotted barnyard manure for lawns. Call 2399W before 8:30 A.M. Classified Advertising "Southwest Kansas Largest Marketplace" 908 Zip up this cozy bunting to keep baby snug and warm! Welcome the new baby with this handsome, deeply warm, Instant Knit bunting or carriage cover. Use bulky yarn, big needles. Just knit, purl. Pattern 908: easy directions. Seventy five-cents for each pattern-: add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mall and Special Handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, The Hutchinson News Needlecraft Dept., 105, Box 161. Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.V. 10011. Print pattern number, name, Address, Zip. Printed Pattern WANTED — Beautician with following Phone MO 24112. Experienced Waitress. Apply In person. Red Carpet, 3 West 13th. The Hutchinson News Local MO 2-3311 or, Call Us Collect 662-1215 Pleats persuade the pant> ; dress to go, go, go gracefully whether the action's on the tennis court, golf course, bike riding path, campus, anywhere. Printed Pattern 4779: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 1*, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) pantdress 3 yards 45 -inch. Seventy-five cents for each pattern— add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mall and Special Handling. Send to . Anne Adams, cart of The Hutchlrscn News Pattern Dept.. 112, 241 West IJlh St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print nam*, address with Zip. size and style i ber. ^

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