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Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Tuesday, June 26, 1951
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LAI CHUCEl (N. M.) SUN-NEWS Ourf* 11-LEGAL NOTICES .it fa wn | ; - AB ctaHlfkil i* nut be U kr 1« A.M. *fo»far tkrafk I rtfcj U llMra piMotlo* !· ttet rt.j'c MM*. CUnlfM · *4rerthilof far -.timtifi paper mutt be la kj It A.M. g»t«r*47 BomU,. s *·-'. ctoHlfM .Mil except.- to. ·,rk»rffl mmumt*. . ... ,;.-· :iH .cliwHtMi ·dvcrttfiiir mi* ke'.wkitdiiM lot 4«G!iM period, »e «*y-or-»ra, ud It 'wUIM no ·fribcr of «*· ud no nfu* Ahy auna'tmt cnflt or uMI- pariy of El Paao, Texis.'a defunct ·corporation.'- the following.;named persons, it living, If.'Ue'ceaaed, theit unknown : -heIrs; · Robert' B^-.'Hpl- lingsworth, .Sr.j and Ella B."' Hol- lihgsworth, his 1 wj'fp,. C,-- B; Ha\y- kihs, John Welch 1 and Anna-AVeich, h'urwife, Anna E. ; E»ston, .W/K. Knowles, Mrs, W.'IC..Knowies I 'Hi's Wife, Jacob Dweck,. I,'D. Bey'non, E.,N..-I*ittie,- the unknown heirs of the following;, deceased persons: John Oliver Summeirford, Margaret p. Summerfocl. Martin . Howard Peterson and lAUra Peterson, his' wife, and : all Unknown" cialnv ants of ·interest -in-"the premises adverse to.the. plaintiffs:. · " ';· You, 1 .and each, of you,- are hereby -notified "that C. T. Scale and Mrs.' Clyde M. Morris, have instituted suit against i erron occurring 10 UMneut mart be m*dt dmy foi- l*wtnf puWlrihlftf . W UwrtU*- ; .;/·; PHONE is «r M 1--LEGAL NOTICES ( -,; Uonal lUMrtloiM.*f clMtlfled ·*· ^ entitled- court 'and' cause,. whereby ·a--. ^ .~ii ~ i-- ·- _--- they, seek t o " q u i e t title-against you'to'the properties described in the complaint, and being"' ; t'wo trsct.-'of land located in the City of ^Tias · Cruces, New Mexico; and that 'unless V ou -. enter your" 'Appearance in said cause/ on or b*i- fore July 18,. 1951, judgment '*iii be.entered against you iji " : sald cause, as prayed in the complaint; that Mechcm Mechem, Box 69, Las Cruces, New Mexico, are the attorneys- for the plaintiffs; . WITNESS,' ihe Hon. W. T.-Scoggin, Judge of the Third Judicial District of the State.of New Mexico, and the seal of said Court for Dona Ana County, New Mexico, this 4th day of June, 1951." By GERALDIKE S. MATHISEN IN TIIE PKOBATE COURT OF ; DON A ANA COUNTY, . NEW MEXICO. In the-Mattcr of-the Last Will and .-. ·:Testamcnt of Walter C. Hammel, ; DeccaseO. · · " _ · ' . - · · - , Cause No. 1829 1 '..TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: i NOTICE OF HEARING - :' .-Notice is hereby given that an - instrument purporting to be the Last.Will and'Testament of'Walt- -cr C. Hajrimel, deceased, has been filed. for Probate in the Probate . Court' of Dona Ana County, New 'Mexico, and by order of this Court, .... the 23rd day of July, 1951, at 10:00 ·' O'clock A. M., ai the'Court Room of'.said Court in the City of Las Cruces, New Mexico, is the day, i- time and place, set for hearing "proof of said Last Will and Testament. , · ·All ..persons desiring to enter . objections to the probating of said Last .Will and Testament are hereby notified to appear and protest : same at the time set for such hearing as required by law. » Dated this 25 day of June, 1951: El G. Chavez (Signed) Probate Clerk / By Constance Palmer (Signed) Deputy. Pub: June 26, July 3-10-17, 1951. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF DONA ANA COUNTY ·T.NEW 'MEXICO/ In the Matter of^Ul^Last Will and Testament · : ? :'; : , . " O f ' V ' " : ' " ' . " . Percy. Williolm' Barker, Deceased. " -..' ' 'J-'-r-'. '·-- --J^liaJi'ilKt} ' NOTICE OF i'HOBATINO WILL TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEKN: Notice is hereby given- that the Last Will and Testament of Percy Wllhelm ' Barker,, dcccajwd. WHS on the 25tb.'day of June, 1951, produced before the Clerk of the Probate Court of .Dona Ana County, .New.. Mexico, opened, read and . f i l e d by said Clerk, and that July 21, 1951, at 10 o'clock at the courthouse in Las Cruccs, New Mexico, ·is the time and place fixed by the cbui't for proving said Last Will and Testament. All persons objecting to the .proving thereof are notified 'to he present before said 'court at said time and place and show cause, If any they have,' why 'said will " should not he admitted to probate. WITNESS' my hand and the seal of said court a't'.my office, at Las Cruces, New. Mexico, .this 25th day of June, 1051'. . ;-' : - ' ' (SEAL). . " . ' ' .·;B'; O, ChavciU'i"': - ffGie.rl;', Probate Cburl Pub:'''.l'une 26,..; July 3-10-17, 11)51 IN :THB DisT KICT COUHT OF '- DONA . ! i\NA COUNTY, . r . NEW-MEXICO. C. T. SEALElaml.Mrs. CLYDE M. 'MQJSRIS, Plaintiffs,. ''··', .' *'·'. ';vs'.'.;" ''· '. · ' BOARD OP TRUSTEES · OK . DONA ANA BEND 'COLONY COMMUNITY 'GRANT, CHARLES;R. LOOMIS, BEULAH B. SUMMERFO R D A L L E N , THOMAS .EDGAR SUMMERFORD, HAROLD RHODES, BASCOM FRENCH COMPANY, a defunct corporation, FIRST MORTGAGE COMPANY OF EL PASO, TEXAS, a defunct corporation, the following named persons, if living. If deceased, their unknown heirs: ROBERT B. riOLLINGS'VvORTH. SR., and ELLA -B. HOLLINGSWORTH. .'his' wife;:-'C.' ;B: .'HAWKINS. . JQ/HN .WELCH., and . .ANNA WEi.cA?..riis : -wifa ANNA E. BASTON, ,.W, (C,-rKHOWLES, MRS. w-.' k. KNOWLES, his iyJFE.. JACOB DWECK, .,!.; D. BEYNO^,;E. N. LITTLE, the unknown 'h'Srs of the following deceased persons: i JOHN .OLIVER SUMMERFORD, . MAH' . MARTIN - 6 W A R D ) PETERSON and LAURA '.PETERSON, his wife, and all unknown claimants of 'Interest in the promises, adverse 'to the plaintiffs, -Defendants, No. 1192 NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF SUIT THE STATE OF NEW-MEXICO, TO:. Board of Trustees of Dona '·· ' An» Bend Colony Community Grtnt, "/.'Cfctrtoi K^IxwiTai,- B«ul«U - B. Sunimtrtord Allen, Thomas Edgar Snmmerford, Harold Rhodes, Bancom Froncli Company, a defunct corporation, First Mortgage Com- (Seal) Cict'k. Pub June 5-12-26, July 3, 1951 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT . OF ADMINISTRATRIX .Notice is hereby' given that the undersigned was appointed admini- stratrix of the estate of O. C. Geren,' deceased, by the Probate Court of Dona Ana County,' New Mexico, on May-29,. 1951, and that all persons having claims, against said estate should prepare and prc- scn the same to the undersigned at 137 West Criggs, Las Cruccs, New Mexico, within six months from May 29, 1951; other wise the same will be barred. WINESS my hand this 20th day of May, 1951. . DELPHIA J. GEREN Administratrix Pub: May'29, June 0-12-26, 1931 S--SPECIAL. NOTICE ttWINd MACHINES, NEW AND UMd. We repair all nuku. ' STEVENS FURNITURE CO. 811 N. M»in. : Phone'877. . . : . ' . . - ' . . 1-tfn CLEANED - Cutting - Sewing - Binding ' ·-- Phone 282-R . ·Furniture Exchange 130 W. Las Cruces Avc.' . ' 68-tfn WHY BUTT IN EL PASO WHEN you . can do better at Stevens Furniture Co.. . l-'ttn USED FURNITURE ·Bought and Suld Phone 282-R Furnilure Exchange 130 W. Las Crucea Avc. 68-tfn .\iXX)aOUlCB A N O N Y M O U S Box 801. Phone 1147-J between 7. and 10 p./m. · 1-tfh .Well, folks, -we all here nt Farmers feel pretty bad -- -Our star F'nriha" salesman, Mike, lost his l i f e . this afternoon (Tiies.,-Jiine 26th). He got so -fat eating Purina Hog Feed that we had to butcher him; He has rtinliy sold- Purina Hog Feed because he. has proved to 'every one how fast you can make a hog grow with such a little cost In feed. Mike .weighed. 231! pounds last Saturday and ike only weighed 284 Ibs. Although Ike has. eaten more-feed, Mike gained'more because he'was fed the^ Purina way. '.Mike gained 20 -Ins. in the-past two. weeks and.Ike only gafflCd.'.Z Ihs."AVe have to keep Ike a - l i t t l e iongdr until lie weighs 200 Ibs'or more.' We are now feeding him the Purina way so watch him grow. He soon will be ready for market because he now is eating Hog Checkers made with Purina feed. No waste-or bloV r.way with Hog Checkers. Made at - FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Chcckerdale Store .71-30-73 6--SERVICES . OUR, 4 MO. PART COCKER PE male ; pup needs good home an wc'are loayiiig town. Phone',082- R3.. i22,"Brahson, Ave. 70.-2p-71 Frigidaire Service By DAVE NUSBAUM PHONE 340 , DRUM ELECTRIC . V »-tfn Dots Your Roof Leak? CALL 700 S W Construction Co, FRBR KSTIMATWI -, H-TPN T--H1ELP WANTED.; V COOK, ;FAST..FRY -MAN, GOOD . · .wages "lind-working conditions, '.ph.'882, Ncff.Cafe, . .71 T 2c-73 »--HELP WANTED MALE YOUNG ^MAN TO TRAIN,AS A apprentice, linesman,. 5. ^ty, 4Q hour week/. Good ; working conditions, Ei Paso Electric Co. 575 N. Main. ' · · ·· -71-tfn . Man to work in . Furniture Store and drive pick-up, ti-iick. FURNITURE EXCHANGE ,' 130 W. Las Cruces Avc. WANTED - -- .EXPERIENCED . AUTO'MECHANIC ' ' JOHN MILLER Motor'Co: Phone 258 650 South Main ..".-...'·: 71-2C-72 9--SALESMEN WANTED 1 SAiBSMAN'FOR DRY CLEAN ing'rb'ute.-Appiy Eubanks Clean. eta, ,-lttr.N. Church. . 7i-3i:-73 10i:HELP WANTED F«m*l« WAITRESS WANTED APPLY IN p'ci-sbn,- 1250 W. Picachd. 67-tfn MARKER AND CHECKER, -AP- ply, Eubanks Cleaners, 134 N. Church. ' -··' 7J-3C-73 Did you know that we carry a full line of bathroom accessories--soap dishes, glass holders, towel bars, faucets, faucet washers, medicine cabinets; sink and lavatory traps, etc. Come see our large selection at reasonable prices. We also have a complete' line of. pipe fittings and pipe, both galvanized 'and black. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkcrdale Store T1-3C-73 12--FOR HE.NT MODERN, NEW. ATTRACTIVE, 4 rooirv apt. Tile batli, conveniently located, bills paid, laundry facilities. Couples only Culloms Apts. 315 S. Main. 70-tfn 2 BEDROOM HOUSE FURNISH- ed in country. Lots of shade, inquire Hardy' Johnson, Idaho and Pecos. 70-2p-73 2 SLEEPING ROOMS, PRIV. EN- trance, priv. bath, 1121 N.-Reymond, ph. 547-W. 70-3C-72 TWO.-NEW 3-ROOM.APTS.~420 McCIure Road. 70-2p-71 SMALL, 2'-BEDROOM HOUSE unfurnished, inquire 611 N^ 3rd; Ph."lO'li-lfV 850. '~ 70-tfn HOUSE KEEPING ROOM, f 5 p e r - w e e k . Camp Rio, 1020 W. Plcachu St. 70-3C-72 PATIO APARTMENTS, FUR- nished-vacancy, phone 099-J2. '·': ' · . 70-30p-99 ROOM FOR OENELEMAN~604 ,north Alameda. 68-7p-75 NEW APARTMENT, ELECTRIC Kitchen. 426 McClure Road. . 71-6p-75 KURNISHRD. AIR COND. CABIN for couple,'ph." 151 or 393-J. ' . . . ' 67-tfn 1 APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 126 West Las Crucea, ph. 732-R, ' 1-tfn 2 ROOM APT. FURNISHED, AIR cooled, States Court. 51-tfn 3 ROOM APARTMENT DUPLKX, . 622, 624 South Esperan7,a. IIA .quire at 618 Esperanza Grocery, unfurnished. - - 89-.1c-71 NICE NE\V APT. FURNISHED, 'good location.. Ph. 1047-R after , 4 , p , m. 1 . - ' -. 71-;lp-73 THIIBE LARGE ROOMS, -MOD- efn honsc on Madrid and North . Main. Phone 687-W. 71-tfn UNFURNISHED D U P L E X , 3 bedroom,. living, dlningroom, kitchen, excellent location, reasonable rent, vacant J u l y 1st, ph. 478.- ' ' 71-tfn SLEEPING ROOM, PRIV. EN; trance, call .mornings 218 W. Hadley, ph. 946-R. 7i-2c-72 Furhlslied apartment in Mcsiila Park for couple or with one child. Cool, clean and private. Desirable location, $55, bills paid. Call 02D1NJ4. . 70-3P-72 13_WANTED TO BENT W A N T E D , APARTMENT OR house for family with two children, near AM campus on or about 6th July, C. W. Forrest, General Delivery, Ysleta, Texas. 70-4p-73 PREFERABLY KURNISHED~2 bedroom house by Aug. 1, Box 9% Sun-News. 70-5p-74 WANTED, HOME FOR FOUR . mos-.'mjlc kitten, call 02983J2 'lifter..five.' - 71-2p-72 IS--F5RSALE GOOD. FRESH, OJ89-J1. MILK COW. 71-3p-73 DELICIOUS CAPON KRYBRS, 11.00 and up on foot. J1.E5 and lip dressed. Dr. Horton Poultry Farm 1620 W. Hadley, ph. 537- M.' . ' 42-tfn FOR SALE 1950 Boat and Motor, 4 h. p., at wholesale coat. Used only a few hours. '· · FURNITURE EXCHANGE 130 W. IJIK Rninv* Avp. 1S-FOH SALE: i 17^HEAL ESTATE For : Sal* 1 FOR SALE, SAFE AND SANK , legal Fourth of July fire works ; at Psilms Liquor Store. 70-2c:71 HOT.'POINT ELECTRIC. WASHi or in exceileht condition. 606 W. Las Cruces Ave. Ph. 728. : . ; : . - ' · · ' · . .6?-3p-7t VERY S M A L L , HOMEMADE, . ulumlnum hpusetrailer, best of material - . a n d workmanship. Hitch,, good;.tires, 1951 license, price ?22u.OO, no terms. 1700 E. Grlggs. Mrs. Wallace. 69 r 3p-71 UOOU US1U) TIRES. SHOOK . Tire Co. - - . - j-tfn SEAT COVER B A R G A I N S Shook. Tire Cq. .: . - . 1-tfn COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATOR, scales, register, .plione 099-J2. - - . 70-14p-83 FOR SALE, .COMPLETE. L1V- ing room, bedroom, dinette, fur- nlture. All or part, call Mrs. T. F. Rilttcr 383 for appointment to see. '··'. ' · . . ._ 70-2p-71 ELECTRic~STOVE, 'Sli^xii, llttle.'used, cost 5300,. first J100 takes i t . . leaving town .Wed. Plione 082R3, 122 Branson' Ave. . . . . ' . . '..70-.2P-71 19CO JOHNSON 10 HORSEPOW- er outboard'motori-1C foot Wolverine boat and trailer'.$450.00. T. B. Corley, phone 800, ext. 205 or 0297-R4. '70-3P-72 FAT FRYERS, G. A. LOOMIS, 170-1 N. Alameda, phone 885-R. SHOP MADE, 18 IN. WELL CAS- .ing, 40 ft. perforated with torch, .218 ft. Chester Hassman, ,-Rt. 2 Dcming, N. M. 71-3pr73 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumber, moderate price, Pee Gee Paints, all colom. Have Brickrete building block, red buff.jSMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor. Madrid Mesquite. Ph. 1458-J._ 29-tfn 4 ROOM HOUSE, WATER, GAS, ' ahd lights, 1744 N.. Mosquito. ' ·'.'· ' ' ' '" '-' 71-OP-76 18--BUSINESS Opportunity 194!) FORD 2" DOOR SED'AN, less than, ceiling pi-ice, ph. 968. .'-,.-.,. ' - 63-tfn 19--USED CAHS.For SaU 1942 FORD. COUPE, SELL REA- .,6pnabio. .Also' Buick Super sta- ·'tl6n \vagonj'-Pueblo Court office.. .,': i" - 71-5p-75 1D51 ROYAL SPARTON TRAIL- er ut El Pution Courts, Ernest ; -Robertson; -.· . 71-4p-74 1947 CROSLEY SEDAN, GOOD tires, $175.00,': used Bendix wash, machine, ?35.00, boys bicycle, new tires,. §20.00 or take the works -for. $200.00 cash, 'phone 809-R or. 321f East Gfiggs street. ' :.'·:' . ':..;:·.;. · . 70-5p-74 Immediate.Delivery on TPIE NEW BUICK In £as-Cruces it . . . CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main Ph. 1016 ' . ' 1-tfn i The Panamft 1 -bana(M f o"l. grunted lo'lh'o United..States by the Republic of Panama by the treaty of February "26, 1904. 19--USED CARS For Sal* 1950 FORD PICK-UP -CHEAP. Piioiie ,279rR. See at ,132rW West Willoughby Avenue. 70-0c-70 194G Buick : £uper Sedan, two'tone pnlnt; radio heater, very nice ;'.-..' S 925.00 .1948 Studebalter Sedan, . Studebaker|s . finest car, all equipment... 3,285.00 1946'Chrysler; Windsor Sedan, radio heater. . ' ;' 1940 Plymouth cdan, 295.00 1940 Plymouth Sedan. 295.00 JOHN MILLER Motor Co. Chrysler - Plymouth Phone 253 050 S. Main 71-2C-72 Sports Briefs By Tho Associated Press Boston -r AVnlt Dropo, 1950 American League rookie of year, ·was optioned by Red Sox to San Diego of Pacific Const Leagnti. TENNIS . Wimbledon, Eng. -- Eight American' men won first round matches in All-England tennis championships. They were Gardnar Malloy, Art Laraen, Budge Patty, Dick Sa- vltt, Herb Flam, .Hamilton Richardson, Straight Clark and Gene Gan'ett, . . * ' GOLF ' '. Columbus, O. -- Siunuot Kousis, Detroit U., took . qualifying Icai" in National Collegiate Golf championship with fiv»-under-par 67. RACING ' New York -- Ted Atkinson rods three straight winners, iiicludhif Dictionary ($12.10) In six-furlonr feature. Wilmington. Dei. -- Gee O Go- (S'UO) carried Mrs. Edivard S Moore's silks to victory In 5 \\ furlong dash fur two-year-old fil lies at. Delaware park. Oceanport, N. J. Blue Laiiten i ($11.80) romped Lo olglit-longtl Minor League Scorn; fiy Trie -AKwicIut«l;-l»riw*'fl' · · WEST TEXAS-NEW MEXICO Clovis 8, Albuquerque 7 Abilene 2-9,.Jjainesa 2r5«M,v.A Lubbdck 12, .Pampa .8r : ^}\ AmarlllQ,, 9, ..Borger S UQHn-. nings) · .. · - , ., ,..^; ;I ; SOUTHWKST" -' * · INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE El Paso 9, Bisbc-DouglflS:'3 ·' Mexlcali 5, Las.yegas.2ijji · JUavez S. -Phoenix 3 · ; ; '.--- : - (Only-game^, scheduled^ f i ,? TEXAS LEAGUE '*' : * Tulsa"7,",Siin"Antpnio"3"7~t Houston 7, Oklahoma City 0' Dallas S, Shreyeport 4 ' ' " ' _ ' d "Fort WoVth O/fieaumont'a 1 '' ' triumph in six furlongs of Frortor. K n o t t . put-so, at Monmouth p-pfc. Chlcrigo -- -Air. Fcst. · ($4:80} jml Miss Highbrow .($11.20) won two 55,000 ' events at Arlington park. Boston --' Tamarack S table's Sapajou (512.20)' closed fast to win Suffolk. Downs' six-furlong .'cature by neck...'. ; .... .,.MICKEY MOUSE I " | =^.^^ ^ ' /"WELL... CT SINCE WE 'ifcOT BACK PROV\ HOLLYWOOD BEFOKE -T1HE LEASES RAN OUT ON OLE HOUSES ·;-\VE'D BETTEB FINP A PLACE TO LIVE! by Walt Disne We now have'another shipment of lawn mowers on hand. We have the power gasoline mowers and then for' you men with strong 1 , healthy wives we have She push typo. Keep your wife's, girlish, figure with one of our push type mowers. Of course, if you are henpecked like me you'll buy a gasoline powered Keen Kuttcr mower and use it yourself. , FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 33U Your Checkerdalc Store 71-3C-73 ·'·---·--·wtrc. i _.' 5 16--WANTED TO BUY used pianos. St*veni;.Furniture Co. 316 N. Main. Phon't 677. - ' · . · " . ' . ' · litfn HOUSKHObD · t' U R N 1T U R E. A^y condition. We buy ( any thing of value. Phone 931-J. Viaduct Salvage Yard, 924 W. Plcacho. -'../ 1-Un 17--REAL ESTATE For SaU 3 Bedroom 'Housc,^ 2 ' baths, Linda Vista. · · : 64 acre farm; good house, near Garfield. W. J. LITTLE ;. Ph. 270 or 1305 . . 71-lfn TORTUGAS' SUBURB 1 Acre with 4 room house, bath, electric pump from .well, garage. ?2,800.00.. 2 room modern hoiiss, lot 75x130 ft. 52,800.00. -· BUNCH'S REAL ESTATE Ph. IfiilO-R ' . . ' 70-8C-72 o?if^?p-f I: '-"^^aife THE LONE RANG~ER by Fran Striker ILLTRY TO KEEP THOSE TrtAT MAN'S / IT WNT TriE SM, ITS NO USE SHOOTING I KNOW I HIT BATES, TWEKNOWIHETWO 1 WE'tLHAVETO MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN by Paul Roiinso! THE HAND DROPPED THIS CAPSULE --IT SEEMS TO HAVE A MESSAGE INSIDE-- LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY by Brandon Waist BEAUTIFUL HOME On Hi-way 70, Mortgage 2280 sq. feet, 2 car garage. . I BURESH REALTY CO. JOHN LOUIE 0184-J3 Sunday 1578-J . . 71-2c-72 FtoLLOWIWS UE BlOOD-SrAlNE RIGHT UP AHEAD YOU'LL SEE HIS BtOODV TRAIL ROCKS PROVE T. BEElJ CARRY1MG. IKI.THIS SWAMP LAST NIGHT TRAIL OF nlE MAN-EA1ER B»' THE TIGER WAS A SOME: SMALL T DANGEROUS OmCK.ANDIHTi;r- MAYBE YOU OWLY THOUGHT SWAMP MAKKS TIE TRAIL : l-r. YOU SAW THE PUSSY " Here' we go -again, . Folks -Never a dull moment at Farmers Market. We are going to havn a hen laying derby now. N-ixt Saturday we lire pltiuing 6 New Hampshire Red. hens in a laying battery In oiir store. Ench pullet will nave a wing number and a name. The idea In to sec which pullet will lay the first, egg. We. have nlso put In a few roosters in the lower section of this pen so the pul- leLs can be serenaded with a few rooster and wolf-cttlls. They were all hatched in our hatchery April 19tn and fed Slartenn to start -Alth. They are now being f«l with Growena to get them to lay early. During this Derby we want you all to come in nnd select a winner,' naming the approximate ago your pullet will Jay her first egg. 1st prize n G-E electric clock, 2nd nrlzc a range set, 3rd prize a pair of Kitchen Shears. We will also give to the fir6t 20 adults, Saturday, to try lo "nick a winner" a handy pocket memo and pencil--so come on folks, and register this Saturday. No obll- pallon-- H'a nil free, MARKET :"Ph. 333 Your .Checkcnlalc Store BIG SISTER HESAYSVVESW1MDLED YFAIRLY HIM? WHY THAT'S NOT ( BEGGED TRUE: HE BEGGED USTOTAKEBFTY DOLLARS FOR "WE M: PlN -/lT 7 '' /H. by Lee Falk and Phil Davil SO! OM'TOP OF OTHER f MISTER, i : TT ni^t/^c ^r~v i LjArtTT-i f \\CULDNT HAN^ SO'lslAtJcjALLVll HE SAW ME FIND IT THINGS vou HAD TO CHASE THIS eoVOvEB C'rWSED HIM IF THE NEI6HBORHOOD. i HE HADN'T BUN. r=r--L '·- ANY EXCUSE FOR ETTA KETT by LeS Forgrave SOCIAL. TS TO VNOW ALL Asour

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