News Briefs ALBERT RAY Fletcher Jr., son of Mrs. Charles Welch, 726 W. 5th, is now taking boot train. Ing at the San Diego, Calif., Navy training center. He left for the Navy last month. •Chicken noodle or Salmon loaf supper. Greenwood School April 23. 5:30 to 8:30. Adults 1.00. Children 50c. Adv. REGISTRATION for kinder, g art en children who plan to at. tend Hawthorne School next fall will be held tomorrow at the school from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Children must be five years old on or before Jan. 1, 1966 to at* tend. Antiquing demonstration of furniture and flowers. Budge's Hdw. April 21, 2 till 8:30 p.m. Register for free 22 cup percolator. Adv. MRS. HARRY BUCKELS, 318 E. 4th, is in the K.U. Medical Center, room 529.B. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2^431. Adv. MORE THAN 250 children took part in the Easter egg hunt at Wellsvllle Saturday sponsored by the American Legion post. Around 500 prizes were given by business people and individuals to participants. SPRING Kindergarten enroll, ment at Lincoln School will be Friday, April 23. This Includes all children who will be five years old on or before Jan. 1, 1966 and live in the Lincoln district. Par. ents may come anytime between 9 and 4 and should bring a birth certificate and shot record for their child. Campaign For Dead EDWARDSVILLE, HI. (AP)— A group of persons dissatisfied with the administration of May. or Raymond O. Rogers is trying to elect a dead man as mayor. William C. Straube, who is listed as a mayoral candidate in today's city election, died of heart disease April 9. He filed for office before he died. A spokesman for the Straube campaign group said It was un» dertaken because many persons "feel Edwardsville needs a change." Alderman Michael Rains, 42 is also on the ticket with Rogers and Straube. If Straube were to be elected, a special election would be held within six months and Rogers would continue as mayor untii «fter the special election. "All of it seems to me a very foolish thing," said the incumb. ent mavor. County Court Ottawa Herald, Tuesday, April 20. 1965 Page 10 Notices 9 Farm Equipment 35 Willie R. Booth, 34, El Dorado, cited April 8, approximately three mUes north of Ottawa on US«59, for Improper passing, pleaded guilty and was fined $10 and court costs. Billy R. Reavis, 29, Grand, view, Mo., cited April 11, ap. proxlmately six miles west of Ottawa on K-68 for Improper passing, pleaded guilty and was fined $10 and court costs. Karen K. Kinsley, 18, Over. Driver Cited After Wreck No injury was reported in a two.car accident at approximate. ly 2:15 p. m., Monday. The col. llslon occurred in the 100 block on South Walnut. Harriet U. Seymour, 65, 600 S. Main, was the driver of a 1960 Valiant. W i 1 1 i a m E. La Nier, 18, Ottawa RFD 4, was the driver of a 1957 Ford. Miss Seymour stated she backed from the curb and started to go south. La Nier stated he was going too fast to stop and hit the rear of the first car. La Nier was cited for care. less or inattentive driving. Damage to the rear end of the Valiant was estimated at $66. No estimate was given for dam. age to the front end of the Ford. brook RFD 1, cited April 16, six miles north of Ottawa on US. 59, for speeding 68 inaGOm.p.h. zone, pleaded guilty and was fined $8 and court costs. Gerald E. Umbarger, 40, Chanute RFD 4, cited April 12, approximately seven miles north of Ottawa on US-59 on charges of speeding 65 in a 50 m.p.h. zone and having no horn, pleaded guilty and was fined $20 and costs. Donald McNealr, 57, Ottawa RFD 1, cited April 2, one mile east of Ottawa on 1.35, pleaded guilty to charges of being drunk in public and resisting arrest. He was fined $100 and court costs. Three other charges against McNeair were dismissed. They were driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or irugs, reckless driving, and having an open bottle in the car. Bridge Winners Bridge winners; first, north, south —Louise Weaver and Mary St. Louis, both of Osawatomie; second, north.south —Mrs. F.T. Hufstedler and Lou Brady, both of Ottawa. First, east — west-Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Bush; second, east, west —Robert F. Miller and Lyle Hanes, all of Ottawa. I WILL NOT BE responsible for debts other than my own. Mrs. Luella Casteel. FREE ANTIQUING DEMON.. STRATION — Budge's Hard.' ware, April 21, Wed. from 2 till 8:30 p.m. BIDS FOR mowing the three bin sites in Franklin County will be accepted through April 30,' 1965. For further details, bid forms and placement of bids, contact the Franklin ASCS County Office, 201 W. 2nd St., Ottawa, Kansas. OU DONOR Frederick Weston, an Ottawa University sophomore, is shown giving blood during an OU donation session. With his is Mrs. Frederick Wood, Ottawa RFD 3, a Gray Lady, and Mrs. Ruby North, center a registered nurse. Ninety-eight pints of blood were donated Monday. The bloodmobile will return to Ottawa June 28. It will be at Ottawa University again Nov. 15. Orpha Jones Alteration Shop open now 9:30 to 4. Adv. Don Lauver Leads Lions Lion's Club officers for the coming year were elected at a noon luncheon meeting of the club Monday. The new officers are: Don Lauver, president; Charles Barnes, first, vice president; Jack Day, second vice-president; Marvin Forker, third vice pres. ident; Julius Raffelock, secre. tary; T. A. Bischoff, treasurer. Leo Beller, lion tamer; Don LaMont and George Kramer, tail twisters; Carl Seaton and Tom Seaton, directors (elected for two.year terms); LeeSheldenand Guy Briscoe, carryover di. rectors. State Legal Officer Picks TOPEKA (AP)—If you mailed your state income tax return just before the April 15 mid. night deadline it probably was In one of 103 mail sacks do. livered to the state Department of Revenue Monday. James J. Pritchard, assistant director, said the department has about 350,000 returns yet to process, and they hope to do It within the next two to three weeks. The department is looking for seven more clerks to increase their extra help on the returns this year to 15. About 400,000 forms have already been processed, Pritchard said. KC Markets Three File Money Suits Building Permits Frank R. McNutt, 409 W. 3rd, was granted a building permit Monday to erect a garage at an estimated cost of $700. KANSAS CITY (AP)—Hogs 4,000; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; sows steady; bar. rows and gilts 1.3 190-255 Ib 17.00.50; 1.2 200.230 Ib 17.50.7 5; 300*400 Ib sows 15.00.16.00. Sheep 800; lambs steady; ewes 50 lower; choice and prime spring lambs 27.00.75; wooled lambs 23.00; shorn 22.50. 23.00; ewes 5.50.7.00. Cattle 3,500; calves 100; steers and heifers steady; choice steers 24.50-25.75; good to choice 21.50.22.00; choice heif. ers 188.8.131.52; good and choice 184.108.40.206. Legal* Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS Mrs. Charles Fiehler, Wells. ville; Paul L. Trump, OsawaU omie; Frank Fehrenbach, OU tawa RFD 1; Mrs. Wally Schroed. er, 207 Willow; Ethel Schulz, 217 Ash; Troy Young, 616 Ash; Verne White, Ottawa RFD 1, Monday. Mrs. Roy Boyer, 1116 West 7th, Tuesday. DISMISSALS Stanford Atchlson, Williams. burg, RFD 2; Steven Shelton, Wellsvllle RFD 2; Shirley Poston, Quenemo; Ethel Schulz, 217 Ash, Tuesday. Local Markets Soybeans $2.79 Wheat , 1.39 MUO 1.95 Ear Corn 1.23 Shell corn. ........... 1.28 Butterfat 47 42 Barley 1.10 Oats. 80 Rye t &* Reservoir Land Nearly Bought JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (AP) — Army Engineers have acquired virtually all the land necessary for the Milford reser. voir, Frank Kelso, chief of the engineers' Junction City reales. tate office, announced Monday. Kelso said the only remaining acquisitions are for flowage easements near Clay Center and for highway relocations in Geary and Dickinson counties. The government will acquire necessary right-of-way in Clay County for county road reloca. tions. No relocations are expect, ed to to be necessary in Riley County. Marriage Licences Walter L. Mathews, 57, Kan. •as City, Mo., and Bernadlne E. Eads, 41, Prairie Village. KANSAS CrTY (AP) — Con. sumer eggs: large A 22.27; me. dium A 20.25; small A 17.19. Wholesale eggs: large, 80 per cent A 29.31; mediums, 80 per cent A 28.30. Other produce unchanged. Cycle, Car Collide A motorcycle and a car collided at the intersection of First and Main streets at approximately 3:50 p.m., Monday. Lauren Gaddis, Ottawa RFD 2, the driver of a 1946 Plymouth, was westbound on First Street. Raymond W. Wiseman, 20, 620 N. Mulberry was driving a Triumph motorcycle. He was southbound on Main. Both stated they did not see one another due to traffic which blocked their vision. No estimates were given for the left rear chrome strip on the car or the handlebars of the motorcycle. Wiseman was reported to have minor abrasions on the right hand and left wrist. There was no arrest. Car Backs Into Another A backing accident occurred In the 300 block on South Hickory at approximately 4 p. m., Mon* day. No injury was reported. Frances L. Ecord, 48, Ottawa RFD 3, the driver of a 1959 F o r d, was northbound. Alvin J. Brown, 60, 1114 N. Cherry, the driver of a 1964 Ford, was parked at the east curb. Brown stated he was backing and stopped. Frances Ecord stated she did not see the parked car. No estimate was given for dam* age to the right front of the Ecord car, or the left rear fender of the car driven by Brown. There was no arrest. Three recovery of money suits have been filed against Robert W. White, the owner of White's Furniture and Appliance store, 334 S. Main. White filed bank, ruptcy in Topeka Friday. The American Acceptance Cor. poration, Philadelphia, Pa., Mon. day in district court, filed a suit asking for the recovery of $16,576.59, for goods allegedly sold and delivered to White, plus interest and the costs of the ac. tion. The Justice Furniture Man. ufacturing Company, Inc., a Mis. souri firm, Friday in county court filed suit for the recovery of $360.95, for two sofas and a rocker which the firm alleges was delivered to White, Dec. 11, 1964. The Missouri firm Is also asking for six per cent interest from the date of delivery and the costs of the action. The Ottawa Herald, Inc., Mon. d ay in county court, filed suit for the recovery of $883.68, for ad. vertising for White's store al. legedly appearing in the news, paper in November and Decem. ber of 1964, and January of 1965. Six per cent interest from Feb. 1, and the costs of the action were also asked. J. J. Dawes, the bankruptcy referee, sent notice of a credi. t o r s' hearing to be held at 10 a.m., April 30, in room 300 of the post office at Topeka. Ob. jections to the bankruptcy pro. ceedings must be filed before June 15. Funerals MRS. CLARA NITCHER Services for Mrs. Clara Nitcher, who died April 16, were April 19, in Pomona Methodist Church. Rev. H. Cooper offi. elated. Pallbearers were Cleo Nit cher, Paul Lindsey, Keith Nitcher, Edgar Nltcher, Gerald Lindsey and Lorenzo Nltcher. Mrs. N. V. Hudelson sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. Neal Bax. ter. Burial was In Union Ceme. tery, Centropolis where a Re. bekah graveside service was held. Rebekahs attended the serv. ice in a group. (Published April 20, 1965) At Close of Business March 31, 1965. FUND BALANCE Airport $ 4,127.70 Band 83.18 Bnd. & Int 48,295.08 Cem.Hghd, (OW 6.70) Cem..Highld, Per. Reserve. , Cem.-Hghld, Walsh It. Pep. Care. . . . C em..Hope Pep. Care Gen.Op. (OW 348.94) Library Spc. Lt. (Whtwy). . . Wtr. & Lgt. Dep. (OW 329.75) Flood Cont Fire Equip Const. Fnd Prk Mtr. Op. (OW 1.48) Prk. Mtr. Snk P rk. Mtr. Res Soc. Security 962.07 497.71 400.07 260.07 28,118.39 619.39 5,542.44 139,954.10 8,870.75 3,904.73 16,686.68 2,508.81 1,275.00 7,700.00 3,658.62 Utl. & Co. Pro. . . 13,397.14 Elec. Snk 20,136.56 Elec. Res 985.83 Retirement 7,147.85 Total Fund. Bal. . $315,132.17 RESERVE AND TRUST FUNDS: Gem. .Highld. Per. Reserve 20,000.00 Cem..Highld, Walsh Lot Pep. Care. . , Cem. . Hope. Per. Care Wtr. & Lt. Res. . . Prk. Mtr 2,000.00 8,500.00 400,000.00 8,500.00 Total Reserve Fnd. $439,000.00 Total All Funds. .. .$754,132.17 I hereby certify the above state, ment is correct. Donald Capper City Clerk PORTER E. NICEWANDER Services for Porter Eric Nice, wander, who died April 16, were April 19, at the Towner Chapel. Rev. R. C. Stephens officiated. Pallbearers were Owen Ogle, Al. fred Harr, Leon Reekie, Lewis Pollom, Wallace Crow, Wilbur Reekie, Ronnie Bearman and Wil. lard Anderson. Don Lunger sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kllgore. Burial was in a Topeka Cemetery. CARTER — Funeral Services for Mrs. Sadie Carter will be con. ducted from the Mortuary, Thursday after, noon at 2 o'clock. In* terment Hope Ceme. tery. Classified Ads Ottawa Lodge No. 18,A.F.&A.M. Stated Communication, Tuesday, April 20, 7:30 p.m. Past Masters Night, Work in Third Degree with Fellowcraft Team. Refresh. ments. Charles E. Ratllff, W. M. Clarence E. Rea, Sec'y. CA8E73O COMFORT KING W» An Now Your UARCO Dealer Register and E.Z Out forms Ottawa Herald Personals 14 Dear Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio, 1 have returned —She is a doll! Thank you! Loverboy Lawn,Garden Equip. 15 LAWNMOWER —good condition, Lister Hardware. Nurseries- Seeds-Plants 16 STRAWBERRY Homewood. 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 Local 14c per line. (subject to Frequency Discounts) Blind Ads — 50c extra National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) Special Discount Contract Rates Available Out of trade territory, 6c per Word per insertion, no discount. 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 2 insertions no change $1.50 8 plants. Stewart, Male Help Wtd. 19 PAINTERS' helper wanted. Bald. Win 594-3227. WANTED men to work In nursery apply in person at 5th and Cher. ry. Willis Nursery. Men* Wtd. BET YOU have thought about having your own business. Become the Rawlelgh man in OU tawa. Very profitable. Write Rawleigh, Dept. KA D 580 1353 Freeport, m. i Lost and Found WANTED woman to stay in. Semi invalid lady —light house work. Glen O'Day, 132 W. 1st, Gar. nett. Phone 448.3257 collect. FOUND — one truck wheel and tire, owner identify. Ellis Car. man, RFD 2, Ottawa. SERVICE STATION attendant, over 21, experienced , above average wage. Olathe ST 2. 0825. Heart of America Truck Stop, 119th and L35. Women 23 Female Help Wtd. 24 SALE DATES MYERS BROS. Phone Centropolis Claude — 918 Howard —40 Ottawa RFD 4 franklin County Sale Company Every Saturday, North Ottawa On Highway 59. APRIL 21 —E. L. Ball closing out farm sale, 5 miles east of Ottawa on Logan St. and IVfe north. 10:00 a.m. APRIL 29 —New Union School Building and contents, 6'/2 miles north of Ottawa on High, way 59 and Vz mile east. 7:30 p.m. PRINTY AND SON Ben Prlnty "Cap" CH 2.1974 CH 2.1201 Community Auction every Tues. day, 7 p.m., Prlnty's Auction House, 1136 N. Main, Ottawa. Community Auction every Thurs. day 7 p.m., Prtnty's Auction House, 1136 N. Main, Ottawa APRIL 24 — Harvey W. Reed Estate and Rena M. Mundy Estate, household goods and an. tlques. 310 S. Maple, Ottawa. 1 p.m. MAY 1—Mrs. Elsie M. Cain Estate, household goods, Po. mona, Kans. 1 p.m. HAROLD STEWART Gen. Auctioneer—Real Estate Home CH 2.4836 MAY 1 —C. A. Hobbs, Estate, Tom Seyler, Adm. Residence property and household poods. 428 N. Poplar. 1:00 p.m. CLIFFORD R. HOBBS CH 2.3718 Ottawa, Kansas MAY 1 — R & B Community AUctlon, 7:00 p.m. Wellsvllle, Kansas. APRIL 24 —Minnie Harra Pow. er and Hand Carpenter Tools •end Household goods, 1:00p.m. WellfivlUe, Kansas. JACK NELSON Phone 566.3530 Pomona, Kau. Council Grove Livestock Auction Council Grove Every Saturday. "JIM" BRADY, Auctioneer Ottawa — CH 2-4960 CANVASSERS to check resi. dentlal information for new city directory. Apply Room 10, 302 V 2 S. Main, 8 to 10a.m., 3 to 5 p. m. SALESLADY 11:30 to 5 on Mon., Tues., Wed., and Fri. Work extra Christmas, vacation, etc. Write giving name, address, age, qualifications c-o Box 76, Ottawa Herald. General Services 29 CARE elderly people, CH2.2549. TRASH, furniture hauling, CH 2. 1492. LAWN MOWER repair — saw sharpening. 740 S. Sycamore. PAINTING, papering, texturing. Gene Powell. LIVE BAIT, Ward 1130 Underwood. Underwood VENETIAN b CH 2-2817. 1 1 n d s repaired. RELIABLE lawn-yard and win. dow cleaning service. Dial CH 2.9860, night CH 2.2170. DEAD ANIMALS removed, Stand, ard Rendering Co. Call Col. lect, Ottawa CH 2.1064. CUSTOM MADE Cabinets for. mica tops, remodeling, gen. era! repair. Turner Cabinet CH 2.1920. .ivestock 4-6 plow hifh-lorque power, di«Ml, f«»- olin« or LP-fM . . - Dr«lt-o-m«tic hitch gives power-bomtinf traction automatically with minimum depth variation . . . •tandard 8-«peed tranamiaiian or Caae- o-matic torque converter drive that delivers more pull-power on-the-fo . . . armchair comfort and control-tower viai- bility ... 7 models available. We also have the following selection of GOOD USED.. TRACTORS 1963 MF 85 w-4 bottom plow. 1962 MF 65 DIESEL 1962 MF 65 Gasoline 1954 OLIVER Diesel 88 1950 OLIVER 77 BALERS 1961 NEW twine. HOLLAND, 1960 NEW HOLLAND 1958 NEW HOLLAND 1954 CASE, twine 1950 MEW IDEA, wire TRUCKS 1954 CHEVROLET2 speed, 16' bed. 1952 CHEVROLET V 2 Ton pickup. 1951 FORD 1/2 Ton pickup. 1951 me 1/2 Ton pickup. 1949 FORD 1 Ton Many new New Holland Grinder. Mixers at a bargain. A Good Selection of Older Balers, Rakes, Mowers, Plows, Disks, Etc. Ottawa Farm Imp. Co. Inc. l /4 mile So. Ottawa Where Farming Begins Seed,F««d», F»rt. 36 Nice Brome Hay In dry. SHAW HATCHERIES 1020 Willow Ottawa, Ks. Misc.For Sole 34 ANGUS HEIFER, 1 Holstein heifer, weighing 500 IDS. each, CH FOR SALE— 25 Hereford cows, part with calves on ground, rest heavy springers. Francis Wil. son, 6 miles west of Ottawa on K68. FOR SALE— extra good Angus bull, registered 5 yrs. old, al» so one 2 yr. and yearlings— 24 ewes with lambs. M. Me Wil. son, 14 mi. E. Ottawa on High, way 68. arm Equipment 35 FOR SALE— International S60 Diesel tractdr; call 566.3566, Pomona, after 6 p.m. 1959—449 IH PLANTER, fertil. izer attachment, rubber press wheels, excellent condition. $500.00. 566.3377, Hudson Oil Pomona. TRUDAN I SORDAN -CORN-MHO W.C. Carpenter RFD 4, Garnett, Kansas. 66032 Phone Evenings TE 5.3792 40 POLAROID Camera near new. Reasonable. CH 2.5410. NEW, 1965, Philco, color T.V. console, walnut finish. CH 2. 3419. MISSES' FORMAL and semi for. mal, size 9.11.12, like new. CH 2.2936. PIONEER hybrid seed corn, and milo. Also forage seed. H. A. Funk, Homewood. 3466 Williamsburg. 1947 FARMALL H Tractor, ex. cellent condition, 1947 Dodge l'/2 ton truck, good condition. CH 2.1510 after 6 p. m. LONE STAR boat with trailer and most new 12 HP motor, also two wheel steel bed trailer, 743 S. Main. 3 Gal., Red, Plastic Gasoline Cans $1.88 O.K. Discount Store DEKALB Seed. Hybrid Sudan 20c pound — Corn, Milo. Jim With, am, Ottawa, CH 2.3988. Gene Domnanlsh, Princeton. YE 7. 2340. PIONEER hybrid seed corn, milo, forage and sudan grass, */2 mi. N. and V 2 mi. W. of Appanoose High School. John Berger, MO 5.3436 Overbrook. 24" x 36" SHEET ALUMINUM" plates. Fine for lining garages, farm buildings and basement ceilings. Only 20c each. In. quire at Ottawa Herald ness Office.
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