Briefs KINDERGARTEN enrollment for students In the Eugene Field school district will be held from 9;05 a.m., to noon Tuesday and Wednesday at the principal's of. fice. Children must be at least 5 years old by Jan. 1, 1966 to en. roll. Princeton MYF Chill Supper, 5:30 p. m., April 29, Methodist Church. Adv. THE HIGH School PTA Will sponsor a bean supper from 5-7 p.m. f Tuesday on the lower floor of the high school. Cost of the dinner is 75 cents, and pro. eeeds will be used to finance a $100 scholarship. The menu includes ham, beans, slaw, cornbread, pie and drinks. Reed's Watch and Clock Re. pair. 130 S. Hickory. Adv. High Honors To Seniors The following students made the honor roll for the fifth six. weeks: High Honors: Seniors —Elaine Dagenette, John Sutton. Honors; Seniors—Lois Hobbs, Sandra Masheter, Juniors — Linda Klmball, Janice Wagner; RALPH L. HORNE, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L Home, 1014 S. Locust, is participating In air strike operations against Communist Viet Cong and North Vietnamese military targets while serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea, operating In the South China Sea off the Coast of Viet Nam. Clothes line sale, Wed. April 28, 315 S. Mulberry. Adv. DR. ERNEST Szabados, con. suiting orthopedic surgeon from Independence, Mo., will not be at Ransom Memorial Hospital, Thursday, April 29. By PAUL TROOP Sophomores — Connie Lloyd; Freshmen — Rita Domnanish, Lorna Klmball. Honorable Mention: Seniors— Carol Ralston; Juniors — Roy Hobbs, Linda Welch; Sophomores —Linda Anderson, Joy Davidson, Danny Lantz; Freshmen — Jimmy New, Becky Williams. The 1965.66 cheerleaders have been selected as follows: Rita Domnanish, Linda Klmball, Judy Sutton, Linda Welch, and Beckie Williams. Sandy Melchert was elected as a substitute. The following teachers are returning to Princeton School for next year: Mrs. Stella Gould, second grade; Mrs. Leona Shields, third grade; Mrs. Dor. othy Duvall, fourth grade; Mrs. Etna Yerkes, fifth grade; Mrs. Gloria Bronson, sixth grade; Mrs. Lola Pinder, seventh grade; Mr. James Coppoc, eighth grade; Mrs. Jo Anne Cearfoss, English; Mr. Wendell Davidson, social science and coach; Mrs. Mar jor. ie Jones, science; Mrs. Frances Warner, Home Economics. Pre. viously, Mr. Phil Garner was hired to fill the mathematics vacancy. Eight Cited The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: __ _ _ ffn You are hereby notified that a For Mnfflers p*»*» h « *«j£! l " s * d Ottawa Herald, Monday, April 26, 1965, Page 10 Logolt THREE HURT- A Rantoul woman and two children were reportedly slightly injured in this accident at First and Main Saturday. Wreck Injures Three A Rantoul woman and two chil. dren reportedly received slight injuries in an accident involving two vehicles Saturday. The accident occurred at ap. proximately 12:45 p.m., in the 100 block on South Main. Betty L. Kirkland, 30, Rantoul RFD 1, was the driver of a 1957 Chevrolet pickup. Harley W. Johnson, 30, Paola RFD 1, was the driver of a 1962 Chevrolet The driver of the pickup stated she backed from a parking stall on the west side of Main Street and started forward, when the Johnson car struck the rear of her car. Johnson stated he was southbound on Main, when the pickup backed out in front of him. There was no arrest. Betty Kirkland received sev. eral bumps on the head, police reported. Two passengers in the pickup, Kathy Kirkland, 7, and Marlene Kirkland, 5, reportedly suffered bumps on their fore, heads. They were not taken to a hospital Damage to the tail gate, rear bumper and left rear fender of the pickup was estimated at $114.14. No estimate was given for damage to the right front fender, grille, bumper and wheel of the Chevrolet. Coin-Op dry cleaning special 8 IDS., $1.50. Durbin Coin.Op. Free mothproofing. Adv. Scout Pack Rechartered EARL DEAN MEDLEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Medlen, 318 Walnut, took over duties as post* master in Rantoul April 24.^ Ellis piano tuning, CH 2.4431. Adv. NINETEEN PAIR of coyote ears were turned into the county clerk's office today by Merle Caylor of Rantoul. Caylor re. ceived $38 for the ears. Jr. Sr. High PTA Bean per, 75c. April 27 —5 to Use south door. Sup. 7 — Adv. Cub Scout Pack 3063 at Wells. ville has been rechartered for the 1965-66 year. Executive officer will be the Rev. W. Gayel Bender; institutional represen. tatiye Harold E. Good; commi. tee chairman, Milton Sutter; committee members, Donald Caruthers, Richard Thomas, Roy Green, Bill Kyle; cubmaster, Ed Moyer; Webelo Den leader, Roy Green. Den mothers will include Mrs. Don Davenport, Mrs. Ray. mond Johnson, and Mrs. H. E. Stonequist. Two den mothers are still needed. The Cub Pack will haveawien. er roast May 13 in the Wellsville City Park, according to Cub. master Robert Warren. Its last formal meeting of the year was a pack meeting at the Wellsville Baptist Church Thurs. day night, April 22. "Green HATTIE K. MARSHALL Hattie Kee Marshall, 89, 410 S. Sycamore, longtime Ottawa resident, died at 8:05 a. m., Sunday in Ransom Memorial Hos. pital. Services will be at 10 a. m. Tuesday at the Towner Chapel Dr. Roy W. Browning will officiate. Burial will be in Prince, ton Cemetery. Miss Marshall was born March 12, 1876, at Center Valley, Ind. She made her home with Miss May Taylor. She had been a mem. ber of the Waverly Presbyterian Church since 1910. She is survived by three nieces and two nephews. -Deaths Cemetery where the American Legion will conduct a graveside service. Friends may call at the Towner Chapel this evening. He was born Oct. 13, 1896, at Richmond. He had lived in Franklin County all his life except for the time he served in World War L He was an artistic designer employed by the National Sign Co. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and of Warren C. Black Post, American Legion. Four brothers are deceased. He married Willa H. Whiney Aug. 2, 1924, in Fort Scott. Surviving are his wife, one brother, Irl Henderson, Oklahoma City, Okla.; one sister, Mrs. Ida Camp, Phoenix, Ariz.; and several nieces and nephews. Eight drivers were cited over the weekend on charges of having defective mufflers. Those cited for the traffic violation were: Edward L. Clark, 16, 1103 N. Oak, cited In the 1100 block on South Main, Saturday; John Leroy Hopkins, 16, 119 S. Cedar, also cited In the 1400 block on South Main for having no valid driver's license; Chester Leach, 18, Rantoul, cited Sunday. Walter W. Sutter, 20, 508 Lo. cust, cited in the 1300 block on South Main; Robert A. Califano, 18, 803 Main, cited Saturday in the 1600 block on South Main, posted $15 bond; and Charles Nickelson m, 19, Garnett, cited in the 1600 block on South Main, posted $15 bond. Eldon L. McCurdy, 18, 316 S. Oak, cited Sunday In the 1100 block on South Main, posted $15 bond; Frank W. Barnes, 20, Man. hattan, cited Sunday in the 1600 block on South Main, posted $15 bond. Lavernon G. Lohman, 33, 1234 N. Sycamore, was cited in the 300 block on North Main today for speeding 30 in a 20 m.p.h. zone. Gene A. Martin, 27, Lawrence, cited Saturday on a charge of speeding 40 in a 30 m.p.h. zone, posted $10 bond. Howard L. Fowler, 27, Pomona RFD 2, was cited Sunday in the 900 block on North Main on charges of speeding 40 in a 30 m.p.h. zone, and passing left of a double yellow center line. Ben Walburn Jr., 40, Mich, igan Valley, cited Saturday at Seventh and Beech on a charge of speeding 40 in a 30 m.p.h. zone, posted $10 bond. Billy E. Spears, 34, Lawrence, cited Sunday in the 500 block on South Main on a charge of care* less or inattentive driving, posted $25 bond. John Edward Danner, 19, anOt. tawa University student from Spring Grove, Pa., cited Sunday in the 500 block on South Main on a charge of speeding 35 m.p.h. in a 20 m.p.h. zone, posted $15 bond. Carl W. Mooney, 32, Lawrence RFD 2, cited Sunday in the 400 block on North Main on a charge of speeding 35 in a 20 m.p.h. zone, posted $15 bond. The hasp and padlock of the Jaycee Gun Club storage shed was reportedly pried from the door, late Saturday night or early Sunday morning. Pop, candy and peanuts were taken from the shed. The items were estimated at $13.80. trlx of the will of May Elder Me. A nelly, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of her acts, proceedings and accounts as executrix, allow, ance for attorneys' fees, and ex. penses; and also praying that the court determine the heirs, de. visees and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof to which each Is en. titled and distribute and assign the same to them In accordance with the will of May Elder Me. A nelly, deceased; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the llth day of May, 1965, at 10:30 o'clock a.m., on said day, in said court, in the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be en. tered in due course upon said petition. Maggie Elder, Executrix Anderson & Byrd, Attorneys for plantlff, First National Bank Bldg., Ottawa, Kansas. (Published April 26,1965) NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING A special meeting of the voters of School District No. 65, County of Franklin and State of Kansas, will be held at the Davy School, on the 6th day of May 1965 at 8 o'clock p. m., for the pur. pose of information and district decision on disposition of the as. sets of the district. Called by order of district board. Signed: Willard L. Johnson School District Clerk Dated this 26th day of April, 1965. F«mal« H«lp 24 POSTING CLERK, must be able to type, hours noon to. 8 p. m. rotate weekends. Apply Ran. som Memorial Hospital. LADY TO LIVE In, help care for bed patient $100.00 a month. 1718 Buchanan Street, Topeka, Kansas. Phone CE 3.3009. SALESLADY 11:30 to 5 on Mon., Tues., Wed., and Frl. Work extra Christmas, vacation, etc. Write giving name, address, age, qualifications c«o Box P.76, Ottawa Herald. Classified Ads 10 Local A 2.C JERRY W. Kendall, son of Mrs. Jean Kendall Waverly RFD 2, has just returned from Okinawa where he spent 30 days on a mission. He is now stationed at Amarillo, Tex. THE CARNEGIE Free Library personnel invite Ottawa business men and business women to have their coffee breaks at the library Tuesday from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Thumb" was the April theme. Two dens gave skits, and Den No. 1 won the attendance banner. Those receiving awards were: Robert Baldwin; wolf; Steve Neis, wolf; Kyle Adriance, bobcat; Dusty Rhoades, wolf, 1 gold ar. row point; Donald Caruthers, wolf; Bobby Warren, lion; Henry Pulver, lion; Clint Moyer, Kent Layton, Norman McConnell, Mike Sloan, Kim Starling, and Lloyd Bailey, all gold arrow points; Guy Davenport and Billy Kyle, silver arrow points. HOWARD C. HENDERSON Howard Chester Henderson, 68, 424 Maple, died at 5:03 p.m. Saturday, in Wadsworth VA Hos. pital. In failing health for some time, he was taken to the hospital April 5. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in First Baptist Church. Dr. Ray Jennings will officiate. Burial will be in the Princeton MRS. PHONNIE M. BIVINS Mrs. Phonnie M. Bivins, 69, Wellsville, wife of Harry Bivins, died Sunday in Wellsville. Services will be at 2 p.m., Tuesday in the Wellsville Baptist Church. Rev. Gayel Bender will officiate. ^^_^________________ Mrs. Bivins was born Jan. 31, (pirst PubUshed April 19,1965) 1896, in Miami County and was / Last married — ' Local Markets Soybeans $2.73 Wheat 1.32 Milo 1.95 Ear corn 1.25 Shelled corn 1.30 Butterfat 47 42 Barley 1.10 Oats 80 Rye 95 Legal* Funerals Sept. 15, 1915 to Harry Bivins. Surviving are her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Maxine Car. penter, rural Paola; one son, Thomas J. Bivins, Merriam; six grandchildren and five great, grandchildren. 4.H HOME ECONOMIC project leaders are scheduled to meet at 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, for a foods meeting, and at 1:30 p.m., Thursday for a clothing meeting. Both meetings will be held at the Masonic Hall. An evening meeting, at 7:30 p.m., at the Anchor Savings building Thurs. day, is scheduled for all home economics leaders who are un. able to attend the other ses. sions. Soil Study Unit Visits Thirty-six students from Kan. sas State University and thellni. verslty of Kansas toured Frank, lin County today as part of their study of the soils of eastern Kan. sas. The tour was conducted by Irviii F. Ross, Ottawa work-unit con. servationist, and Walt Abmeyer, Topeka soil scientist. Tomorrow the students will tour Brown County. The purpose of the tours is to gain field experience in the col* leges' class, Soil Development and Classifications. KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Con. sumer eggs unchanged; large A 22.28; medium A 20.27; small A 17.19; large B 20.21. Wholesale eggs: large, 80 per cent A 29.31; mediums, 80 per cent A 28 1 /2.30 1 /2 Missouri and Arkansas live fryers unchanged; at farm ISVz. 14V2; delivered at plant 14.15V4. JAMES JACOB MEYER Services JU.-.T James Jacob Mey. er, who died April 21, were April 24, at the Towner Chapel. Dr. Raymond P. Jennings officiated. Pallbearers were Walter Willis, William Foster, FredLowrance, Everett Powner, Lucky Wil. Hams. Don Lunger sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. Jim KiL. gore. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Attending in groups were Mode O'Day employes and members of the American Le. gion and Auxiliary. Butter Ib solid ters 68. unchanged; grade A, 67; grade A, Ib quar. KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 7,500; calves 250; steers slow, steady to 25 lower; choice23.50. 25.25; choice heifers 22.50. 24.50; utility and commercial cows 13.50.15.00; choice feeder steers 22.50.24.00. Hogs 5,000; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; 1.3 17.25. 18.75; sows 184.108.40.206. Sheep 1,000; lambs weak to 50 lower; choice and prime spring lambs 26.50.27.00; choice wooled lambs 24.00.25; cull to good ewes 5.00.6.00. MRS. MARGARET STEELMAN Services for Mrs. Margaret Steelman, who died April 22, were April 25, at the Dengel and Son Mortuary. Rev. Jim Anderson officiated. Honorary Pallbearers were Max King, Ray Farris, Willard Howell, LeRoy Fredricks and Edgar Reeves. Active pallbearers were Gene Reh, Don Payne, Ray Beeson, Clyde Wyatt, Frank Mages and Floyd Minnick. C. J. Milton sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Burial was in Antloch Cemetery. JUAN H. GARCIA Juan H. Garcia, 69, 626 N. Locust, railroad section laborer, died Saturday in Mexico where he had gone on a vacation. He was 111 two days. He was born June 24, 1895, at Mlchocan, Mexico and had worked for the Santa Fe Rail, road 40 years. He married Paula Ariaz in August 1917, in Mexico. He was a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Surviving are his wife, four sons, S»Sgt. EncarnaclonGarcia, Germany; S-Sgt. Carlos A. Gar. cia, Ubon, Thailand; Hernando Garcia and Albert Garcia, of the home; seven daughters, Mrs. Lupe Rlos, Mrs. Henryetta Soriano and Mrs. Esther Flores, Kansas City, Kan.; Mrs. Juanlta Blanco, Mrs. Natalie Martinez, Mrs. Amelia Garcia and Mrs. Aiviora Ottlnger, Ottawa; 21 grandchildren, one great grand, child, three brother sand a sister in Mexico, and one sister in Call, fornla. The funeral will be held in Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Arrangements are pending. Consistency of Service- Your best Assurance MARSHALL — Funeral Service for Hattie K. Marshall will be con. ducted from Towner's Chapel at 10:00 a. m. Tuesday morning. In. terment in Princeton, Kansas. HENDERSON —Funeral Service for Howard C. Henderson will be con. ducted from the First Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 p. m. Interment in Princeton Cemetery. Amer. lean Legion Graveside Service. In State at Towner's chapel this evening for friends. GARCIA —Funeral service for Juan Gar. cla are incomplete. Will be announced later by Towner's Chapel. Counter's < II API I. I I I \ \\ \ K \ N >•> \ • 3 6 12 26 FOUND—Set of keys, claim at Bennett Retail Store. Lost and Found lawn,Gard«n Equip. Published, May 3, 1965) State of Kansas, Franklin County ss: In the Probate Court of said County and State In the Matter of the Estate of May Elder McAnelly, Deceased. Case No. 11.197 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT (First Published Apr. 12, 1965) (Last Published Apr. 26, 1965) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Es« tate of Elsie May Cain, a.k.a. Elsie Mae Cain, Deceased. Case No. 11.345 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Donald E. McFarland, administrator of the estate of Elsie May Cain, A.K.A. Elsie Mae Cain, Deceased, pray ing for an order for the sale of the fol. lowing described real estate belonging to said estate, for the pur. NotlC€>$ pose of paying the debts of said estate and taxes and expense of administration, to-wit: Lots 84, 86, 88, and 90 on West A Street in the City of Pomona, Franklin County, Kansas. Lots 115, 117, 119, and 121 on Main Street in the City of Pomona, Franklin County, Kansas. and you are hereby required to file your written defenses there, to on or before the 5th day of May 1, 1965, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., of said day, in said court, in the city of Ottawa, Franklin .County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Donald E. McFarland Administrator Donald L. White Professional Bldg. Attorney for Administrator 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 29 —New Union School Building and contents, 6Vz miles north of Ottawa on High, way 59 and Vz mile east. 7:30 p.m. PRINTY AND SON Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2.1974 • CH 2.1201 Community Auction every Tues. day, 7 p.m., Printy's Auction House, 1136 N. Main, Ottawa. Community Auction every Thurs. day 1 p.m., Printy'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, Pomona, Kans. 1 p.m. HAROLD STEWART Gen. Auctioneer—Real Estate Home CH 2.4830 per cent Discount on 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 Insertions per word. . . . 15c Insertions per word. . . . 24c Insertions per word. . . . 45c 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 WANTED Experienced sales people, openings in all departments. Good Starting Salary apply in person, between 9:00 a.m. and 5 p.m. GIBSON'S PRODUCTS CO. 108 N. Main, Ottawa. Gon«ral Service* 29 CARE elderly people, CH2.2549. VENETIAN blinds repaired. CH 2-2817. LIVE BAIT, Ward 1130 Underwood. Underwood PAINTING, papering, texturing, Gene PowelL TRASH, furniture hauling, CH 2. 1492. AM NOT responsible for debts other than my own. Harold Emery. DEAD ANIMALS removed, Stand, ard Rendering Co. Call Col. lect, Ottawa CH 2.1064. RELIABLE lawn.yard and win. dow cleaning service. Dial CH 2.9860, night CH 2.2170. SHORTY'S DRYWALL, hang, fin. Ish, spray texture. Phone col. lect, Lyndon. 828.3392. CUSTOM MADE Cabinets for. mica tops, remodeling, gen. eral repair. Turner Cabinet CH 2.1920. GROUSE Cabinet Shop, saws filed and gummed, built ins, 511 E. 5th. CH 2.2483, CH 2-3046. Ottawa Lodge No. 18, A.F.&A.M. Special Communication, Tuesday April 27, 7:30 m. Work in second de. gree. Refreshments. Charles E. Ratliff, W. M. Clarence.E. Rea, Secretary. 15 Small Engines Parts — Service Sales Sheldon Truck & Tractor Co. 102 Walnut CH 2-1463 Livestock 34 FRESH Guernsey heifer. Forrer Rantoul. HEREFORD bulls. Ralph DeU wiler, Rantoul FOR SALE, 10 head Angus year. ling calves. Wellsville TU 3. 7022. ._ FOR SALE 30C to 500 pound Hereford steers. Ammon Crist Phone 520 Centropolis. One only—Freight damaged tiller — the damage will not hurt the operation of this ma. chine—has 3 H.P. engine with belt drive— 26" tilling width and 8" depth — originally priced 129.95, now $99.00. HORSE SALE, Thursday even, ing, April 29, Franklin County Sale Co. Inc. Ottawa, Ks. Sale every two weeks. OVERBROOK Livestock Auction, Inc., Overbrook, Kansas. For our sale Wed. April 28,1: p. m., 150 Whlteface heifers, 400.600 Ibs.; 40 Angus heifers 400.600 Ibs.; all one brand; 23 fat Whlteface steers; 20 mixed cows some with calves; 30 mixed steers and heifers; 60 mixed steers and heifers; 15 mixed cows; expecting 200 hogs; 400.600 cattle; Cliff Mar. conette, Mgr. Phone MO 5. 2313. Nur»*ri*»- Sc>ods-Plants 128 S. Main 16 TOMATO and fresh fruits pepper plants, and vegetables, John's Fruit Market, 1130 N. Main. Farm Equipment 35 FOR SALE— IHC 2 row Lister, pull type with rubber tires and fertilizer. Alfred Altlc, V 2 S. 3 ml. west Centropolis. 58 HEREFORD stock cows with 46 calves and remainder to calve about Vz Jan. Calves. Gus Wlttry, Greeley. U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTSI Men-women, 18.52. Start high as $102.00 a week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thou, sands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. Gram, mar school sufficient for many jobs. FREE booklet on jobs, salaries, requirements. Write TODAY I Lincoln Service, Box G.76, Ottawa Herald. iU H«lp Wtd. GRAIN Dryer, $750.00. Small American batch type demon, strator. Gene Ross Grain Dry. er Service, 6717 N. Wyandotte, Kansas City, Missouri. GE 6. 3637. S*«d,F««d», F«rff. 36 PIONEER hybrid seed corn, and milo. Also forage seed. H.A. Funk, Homewood. 3466 Williamsburg. MAY 1 —C. A. Hobbs, Estate, Tom Seyler, Adm. Residence property and household goods. 428 N. Poplar. 1:00 p.m. CLIFFORD R. HOBBS CH 2.3718 Ottawa, Kansas MAY 1 — R & B Community Auction, 7:00 p.m. Wellsville, Kansas. APRIL 24 —Minnie Harra Pow. er and Hand Carpenter Tools Hid Household goods, 1:00 p.m. WfllsvWe, Kansas. JACK NELSON Phone 566.3530 Pomona, Kan. Council Grove Livestock Auction Council Grove Every Saturday. "JIM" BRADY, Auctioneer Ottawa — CH 2*4960 •AINTERS' helper wanted. Bald, win 594.3227. COMPETENT semi.trailer truck drivers and laborers needed for track removal. Baldwin to Lawrence. Apply loading site Baldwin. Week day only. Bob Hussey Inc., Contractor. U.S. and Foreign Employment Information. Construction and other employment opportunU ties. Good paying Jobs with extras. Write; Employment In. formation Bureau, 212 Wilhoit Building, Springfield, M 1 s. sourL DEKALB Seed. Hybrid Sudan 20c pound — Corn, Milo. Jim With, am, Ottawa, CH 2.3988. Gene Domnanish, Princeton. YE 7. 2340. Funks-G Hybrid Corn Milo-Forage-Sudan Farm husband, "Are you ready to go Dearl" Wife, "Stop nag. ging, I told you an hour ago, I'd be ready in a few minutes. Gingerich Fert. Co. Baone MO 5^286 or 566.3590 Pomona, Kansas WANTED Manager and Assistant Manager for Gibson Discount Center in Ottawa. Retail experience in Variety, Grocery, Hardware helpful. Apply in person, Gib. son Discount Center, 108 N. Main, between 0:00 a.m. and 5 p.m. Honwt For SoU 71 1 Acre Surburban, 1 block from city. Good level land. Water and lights. 2 Room house, $1,800.00. A.R. Barnes VEAL ESTATE 9il No. Sycamore CH 2.6282.
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