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«4 •'*' The OTTAWA HBSRAU) 12 Tuesday, April 21. 19S9 Deaths News Briefs Fawners Clnb had F. H. Parks as speaker at the meeting las. evening in 0. H. S. vocational agriculture txwm. He told of th« early history of Ottawa and Franklin County. Fred Glanvllle presided. Fourteen members, two children and two guests were Wed., Apr. 22, Chippewa Com- AdV. present. Food Sale — Skclgas Office, rounity Club. A tdephont has been installed! In th6 Franklin County noxious weed supervisor's office in the basement of the courthouse, Rol- MRS. CARL N. ADAMS Mrs. Maybelte (Wyatt) Adams, phone past. Frank ] in county. She was Chappell Cleaners, CH2-3832. born June 26, 1887 daughter of w Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wyatt She was married Dec. 19, 1903, Green D«II community will have U 0 carl N, Adorns, who died Nov. a closing day basket supper ath^ 1957. He was a well known the school Friday night. It will former. be followed by a program by Mrs. Adams was a member of pupils directed by the teacher, Homewood Christian Church, Sun- Mrs, Clyde Giffin, flower HDU and Busy Bee cluU ~. „ „, „ ...,, Surviving arc one son, Earl Ellis Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-4431. Pr , nceton; O nc daughter, Mrs. utr. T R Christian Sr Po- A. G. Atchison, Princeton; four J£? U JLS to be recover- grandchildren, five great-grand- K;tSfA?Slv i malM Sr- cWWrcn, nnd two brothers, Harry Ing sauslaCMHTHy irom major »"> I,„.._,, n , n,,,i n \ui. n ii Eery yesterday mortal Hojpilal. I Services will be nt Umb FU- Two Trapped Convicts Hold Woman Hostage SAN QUENTIN, Calif. <AP)Two convicts escaped from San Qucntin Prison today, seized a woman hostage on a nearby fishing pier and were cornered at the end of th<i long wharf. Prison guards and Marin County officers blocked off escape and began closing in on the fugitives. The woman hostage was fishing when the convicts grabbed her. The fugitives were Billy Wright, 26, and William D. Werner, i4, both serving terms for burglary. "Both nrc dangerous," said Deputy Warden W. D. Achuff. "As a matter of fact, any fugitive convict is dangerous and in this case it is made more serious by the fact they arc holding the woman." Achuff said Wright was working with a grass cutting crew on the grounds when he slipped away. Werner fled from the rock quarry. Pursuit started immediately when I he men were seen running from the prison. They got only a couple of hundred yards before they turned out on the pier and seized the woman . IX IS? — Just BO people will know, despite the three inohtss of snow that fell In paKs of Omaha, Mrs. Tom Wllker- son prints the name of the season In the white stuff atop her car. The snow fell Monday. Escaper Kills S Year-Old Boy DETROIT (AP)—Police said a man who escaped from a mental hospital admitted today he strangled Marvin Zdanowski, 5, whose body was found in a garage Monday night. Lieut. Hiram Phipps of the De- roit homicide squad said the con- 'ession was obtained from George Ritola, 47, who resided intermit- ;ently with a sister residing in the same house with the boy's deaf mute parents, Ritola was held for investigation of murder. Police said they picked him up for questioning because circumstances of the slaying indicated it was committed by some one who had a close knowledge of the house. Pliipps said Ritola gave no reason for the slaying. Ritoia told Phipps he had been a patient at a mental hospital in Illinois. Legal! Carrls Flake, «am« Wary Jane Trout/nan, tame 60.00 JiO.MJ Edna Richardnon, same 185.no Sully Richer, same 28.05 MarguerlU Koehler, i-wne oj-OO W. O. Piake, «ame Uo.W same Ann Hopkins, same Larry ReoKle, same Health Fund Pay Roll, Total •••••••• v" tii»hwiv Franklin County )llgnw»y Everett Pownor, dozer .»ooop. » Arner. Auto Parts Co., part*... .* ion. oo Pete Selble, same .• l<H-<* Lola M. Brown, name ...... 342,60 128.W aoi-)» 204. .0 Jerry Pattcf' Maude Conner, same K. A. Elben, name W. R. Gamble, name Harry Keller, same Ray F. Koontz, same » Carl Richardson, salary ....... 234,00 120.00 24,00 120.M *8.io 101.25 130.5'i 156.40 iSi.oo TS.fiO 119,63 Frank S. Cannady, same John Keller, same ............. W. R, Lancaster, game ........ Harley Howell, same .......... « Hurry LMtkay, same .......... H. L, CarUdafncr, norne ...... E. O. Stllh, aame ............. Jarnen Woodworth, same ...... nobert Steele, name ........... J. 1. BuUon, same ........... • L. L. Qrlffiht, name ........... Roy Gould, same ....... . ..... W. E. Vlch, same ............. Clydo Wyatt, name .......... I* O. Talwrt, same ........... Bert Blnkley, same ........... M. M. Edwards, ramo ........ KMon Finch, same ..... . ..... Shaw, ork Standard Oil Co.. supplies Mrs Olive Wheeler, rock agr. Ami« T Drain. & Met. """"" Btown Hdw., same aupplle* repair* ., Ivan Brown TIrc-Batt. Cannady Supply, wire _ Capital Super Service, repa Ira Cement Brick Prod.. Conor. Mat. * Sonst. Contiaetor.1 Supply, part? Curby Auto Supply, same l,ce "lies Quarry, rock..... KC Diesel Power Co., parts Malcolm A, Jones, prints New* has been received of the neral Home Friday at 2 p. m. Bur- death of Oscar F. Chesnut, 1611 Mai will be in Princeton Cemetery. Second Anvenue, Seattle, Wash., 77^7^™ who formerly lived in Ottawa. MRS. DF.XA GEIUNGER He attended Ottawa Business Col- Mrs. Dena Gcringcr, 81, died nt lege He was the brother of Earl Cedar House, Ottawa, last night R. Chesnut, 336 East Logan. She had been n resident of the nursing home since August, 1958 Stock Car Races, Sat. Nile, 7:30, p r j or lo t| m t, tj mc s he had lived Adv - with her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Wilky's Pottery; new shipment of bird baths, jardinieres, flower pots, iron stands, flamingos, etc. V» ml. So, (East lane) Hwy. 59. Adv. President Andrew B. Martin and Pean W. D. Bcmmels of Otlawa University this week are attending meetings of the North Central Association o[ Schools and Colleges In Chicago. They will return Thursday evening, Concealing mortgaged property charges against Jean Blalock, Wichita, were dismissed in District Court today upon the motion of County Attorney Don White. While saUl the car, with which she was charged with concealing, was returned to Price Molor Co., who filed the complaint March 24 19Sd. Franklin County Commissioners filed a tax petition in District Court today asking for a foreclosure on real estate and quiet titles on 30 tracts in the county involving 107 defendants. Dick Harp To Speak At Father-Son Banquet Dick Harp, head basketball oach n| the University of Kanas, will handle the speaking du- ics at the annual Father-Son ban- luct of the Firsl Methodist Church in Ottawa Thursday. The dinner will be held in the church basement, Thursday eve- ling. Reservations can be made ,<y calling the church office, CH 2-1419. Harp ,nn active church worker is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Inc. Along with his tnlk, special music from the men's group of the church has Holtwick, Weilsville, since coming to Franklin County from Herman, Mo., in l'J55, Mrs. Geringer was born Dec- 3, 1877 at Rhinelond, Mo. Her husband died in iar>5. She is survived by the daughter nl Wellsville, five sons, Holla of Glasgow, Mo-; John of Sioux City> lown; Arlie of St. Joseph, Mo.; Cyrill of Wellington, Mo., anil Vincent of Clarence, Mo.; and two mothers, Hugo Hocrclh, Herman, Mo., and Fred Hoerclh of San Clcmcnte, Calif. Services will be held nt Cou«h- lin Funeral Home, Wellsville. been arranged by Rex Carteton, choir director. Report Wheat Deadline Near Farmers who own wheat lands taken for purposes of building highways, flood control projects and other such projects have a big dale coming up. On May 1, the deadline arrives for filing a notice of displacement and a request that the allotment be pooled and used. Frederick Wood, chairman of the county Agricultural Stabilization Control committee, said the May 1 deadline applies tc those who were displaced from wheat allotment farms from Jan. 1, 1954 to Aug. 21!, 1958. The allotment will be pooled am used to establish an "equitable* allotment for other land owned or purchased by the farmer. D '-' fl 140.30 124.20 101-20 159.28 135.25 1)1. BO 21fl.SU Lesh Oil Co. supplies. Marl In Tractor Co., -parts.. Mlnnlck Motor Co., snme .. Moore Chev. GUIs, same ... Myers Motor Equip,, same. Newlln Mach. Coip., fame.. Ntizmnn t.hr. Co., niils..... Otlawa Hdw. Co., (mppltes.. Ottawa Lor. Co., lath C T. Peters, nails —• Princeton Oil Co., supplies D. TJ. Richards, supplies ... ijiontni oiiaw. buuie *.*«...» ,,,. ^,. ...—-• Ralph Haney! name 125.35 JRellnhle Tafr.. freight George Atchlson, sains 186.3'' Scwnll Palnl & varn.s, 66.13 Sinclair Refinlns Co., oil RW Bell Tel. Co., services Oil Co., gasoline. C. W. Robe, same .1. H. Button, same Earl L. Richardson, same ..... 147.00 Cecil Vlning, same 147.00 Totsl $10,951.30 Special Auto Molly Hess, salary $ 180.00 Two Traffic Charges Are Filed By Patrol Two traffic law violations harges were filed in Franklin bounty Court today by State rooper Harold Bennett. A 19 • year - old Olathe youth, Richard L. Towe, is charged with •eckless driving, lie was cited April 17 about a half mile south on US59. Another 19-year-old, Jerry G. Slavens, RFD 2. Ottawa, was charged with parking on a used portion of US59 about three miles south of Ottawa. Marriage Licenses Lucky Charles Seyltr, 18, and Karen Sue Wadktna, 15, both of Ouawa. Legate ——1 Wednesday at 2 p. m-, with burial in WellsviHc Cemclcry. Lawrence Publisher To High AP Post NEW YORK (AP) — Benjamin M. McKe'.way of the Washington (D. C.) Star was re-elected today as president of The Associated Press. Pleads Guilty In Injury Accident Isaac I/. Jones, 80, has pleaded guilty to charges of leaving the scene of an accident and having no valid driver's license in Police Court. He wns fined $100. Payment of ?80 was suspended on condition that he not violate any Kansas law for a period of one year and (hat he never again op- ernte a motor vehicle. Jones ran into Jesse Cluiora Fields, 61, 119 S. Cedar, a pedestrian, April 6, near Vhe Main Street bridge. A charge of reckless driving was dismissed on motion of the city. Kissingers Selected For Grange Contest Only Two Cases On Court Docket / Judge Winton A. Winter fined 16-iyear-old Gwen Adele Harder, 325 Maple, $35, Uit suspended the fine on condition that she not drive until] June 1, in a light day at Police Court. Miss Harder was cited on April IS for speeding 50 m.p.h. n a 30 m.p.h. zone from 8lh to 15th on South Main. Ernest LeRoy Moyer, 58, Oak Creek, Colo., forfeited a $25 bond for passing a red light and being nvolved in an accident. He was cited on April 18. Two Cases Filed In Justice Court Two civil cases were filed in Franklin County Justice Court- one asking for a forcible detainer and one for the collection of pay ment of legal services. F. M. Dunlap, Ottawa, askec for the detainer against Normal Home, 329 S. Poplar, for the non payment of rent. The amount i $100. Carl Shawver, Paola, requeste he collection of $50 on a certai )romissory note issued by Leo I Pierson, Ottawa, for legal ser vices- COUNT!' CI.KIIK'S) STATEMENT of Fuml Bills for March, li,5», At Audited mid Allowed by the Board ot County Commissioner, April 1, ]fl!>9. \Vpllare i'mul — March, 11)89 The Individual tinmen and amounts if payments for Old Age Assistance, Aid to the Blind, Aid to Dependent Children, Aid to the Disiibled, and General Assistance, will not be published «nd aro listed herewith In total. In ccordnnce with the provisions ot Chapter 221, Laws of Kansas, 1953, a >uullc file showing the namua and ad- ilresseu OC nil recipients receiving puy- mcws under *ald act, together with .ho amounts paid, la required to bo rtept In the office of the County Clerk ami the County Welfare Office, and la otieti to public inspection at all times during tno regular office hours. Old Age Asslflnn.ee J32.3O1.'.' AIM to the Blind 754.Cu AM to Dependent Children $ 7,491.92 Aid to the Disabled 4,702.10 General Assistance 1,644.05 Administration 3,724.30 Total Welfare Fund. .. .$50,621.38 BRUCE SPEARS, (Seal) County Clerk. SalarlcH Max R. Gllmore, salary $ 333.33 OfelKn. May Ivcy, same 2B1.07 Jay J. Scott, some 394.17 Tolal ..$ Health Harry M. Klckets, Jr., salary..? Total ..» Noxious \\et.H R, E. Thompson, salary..,....! Total Welfare Gladys O. Adams, salary ifnrgle Adcock, same Wnnda M. Kalrd, same , ,. •lelen 1. Carey, same rjorte B. Hooper, same ilary L. Jackson, same....... Alice F. Knlser, same Betty II. Klmball, same ....... rj6rle H. McOuIrl, same.... Luella G. Parrot, same ..... Bonlta L. Wolborn, same 180.00 100.CO lOO.Ofl 250.00 250.00 321.CO 200.00 45S.OO 35^.1,0 28 '.v lOJ.k. 1 ' 284. U' 280.0' 287.</ 3-tl.CK 220. Wheeicr U>r.. Br., lumber.... Mrs Olive Whepler. rock agr. City W. & L. TDepl,, services. DwigM Hnworth. mach. work. Larry McCracken, mileage... ".. R. Firestone, samo Payrol!, 100.00 405.20 3A1 27.tJ» 49^00 423.36 100.00 639.60 fl.Ot 2.50 21.bO 228.60 735.00 36.45 306.43 58.28 508 57 12.50 1B7.8S 605.69 649.3!> a 1.05 31.35 28.U3 1.50 37.33 1(1 W 7,r,o 259.31 22.90 7.06 89.00 3.72 40 05 553'. 50 4,743.84 100.110 20.65 / 17.50 34.01) 23,73 Total ................ $20,619.34 Ha>P» Township S 573,12 Co. H« & T.. l a pollawatomU- Township Co. Hd. & Br., lab., mach ...... S 1.031.86 rottftwalomle Twp. Spec. Road Co. W.. * Br., rock ............ $ "2.50 T>te above jdntoment In true nnd correct. Atlest: BRUCE RPFARP. County Clerk. Total t 3,152.97 Road It Krldge Frederick A. Gardner, salary..$ 500.00 Neva L. Tulloss, same 20U.10 \Vllllnm West, same 235.1)0 (Published Anr" 21, 1859) NOTICE To All Persons Concerned: Attnrhmenl o( Territory to Hural Hlirti school, Apiiroinl of Iti'sohillon ana OriJpr of Attnchinent Pursuant to the presentation of a petition For the allacnmcnt of territory ile=cribed holow to Rural High School District No 8, Franklin County. Kanto the school board of said district: »mmm v> eai, fiaine ........... ^^.J.MU sas, iu uiu ftLu.'v, ««..," — . __ (r i Larry McCn.cken. same 264.110] and the approval by resolution or sam William S. Paul, same... 37.501 nltnchment by said board; 1, Jay J. 22,1.00 scott the Cour.ly Superintendent of tne 235.0') enmity Involved, herc'oy approve sakl 235.Mi attachment and publish this the order ot 235.0 ' Joseph Alexander, same Jlerlc Atctiison, sumc .. Teriily Bnrnliarl, same .. Orpha L.ee Beitrly, same. George Hart, same 10.00 Brucis Spears, same 392.92 Rosclyn Wlilrley, same 343.75 Donald L. White, same 333.33 Jtobcrt L. Pinet, same 487.03 Christina Woke, same 279.17 Eileen A. Bowman, same 2:0.00 Joe Ferns, Fame 275.00 Irene "L. Harr, same 220.00 Lee Hughs, snme 240.00 Opal Letchworlh, same 220.00 l j at Mneridtie, same Ruby fianfoid, same ....... Jlclrn E. Scott, same ..... Almeda Sinclair, same ........ Vivian K. Blchlnger, same ---Wary Jo Hones, aamo Hoffman, same Velva Leo Molt, same 195.00 220.00 195.00 220.00 200.00 190.00 190.00 200.00 Jay Brown, same Howard Burroughs, same Chnrlcs Cade, same Harold Crockett, same Arthur A. Dean, same O. A. Diamond, same Dunne R. Dickinson, same William Fanning, same C. R. Firestone, same Lynn Firestone, same Donald Leo Fischer, same Chester Gibson, same Maurice M. Green, same ..... Graden Wayne Griffin, same... Jnmes Louis Hull, same Albert M. Johnson, same John LaFollette, same Walter Landesa, same Floyd McCutdy. sa<n? Leonard Matteson, same ...... Frank Morris, same Lester Lee Myers, snme....... David A. Reekie, same Harry E. Reekie, same Walter Rodgers. same John Schul*. snme John A. Scott, name Jim Sheler, same Ralph Shepherd, same Thomas Stevenson, jame At the reorganization meeting lof the ra-member board of direc- A car driven by John C. Wells, tors, Mark Ethridge of the Louis- 17, RFD 2, hit telephone poles on ville (Ky.) Courier-Journal was a truck driven by Clarence David- named first vice president nnd son, 47, 5>40 S. Sycamore, Thurs- Dolph Simons of the Lawrence day at 4:30 p. m.. police reported (Kan.) Journal-World, second vice today- The mishap, at 2nd and president. Main, caused major damages to Frank J. Starzel continues as the Wells auto. (general manager nnd chief executive. Lloyd Stratton, an assistant _-y— . *J IVIUV^t *-*»W,J« »JH(.»l,».V»»H *«» l.« l JU«wm •-»... Mark Mlddlebusher, RFD 4, Ot- general manager) was re-elected tawa, reported to the police Mon- secrelaryi ant j RQ b e rt Booth was day that a transistor radio was rc . elected treasurer. taken from Grogan's Service Sla-' tion Sunday evening between 6 ( _ , n • j 7 p. m The radio is valued Commutation Denied at $44, he said, j UNCOLNi Neb (AP) _ T } 1C State Board of Pardons and Pa roles today denied the commutation of sentence sought by con- Admitted Idemned mass-killer Charles Stark- John Doudna, 210 N. Oak; Mrs. weather. May 22 was set as the Roger Comstock, Quenemo; Mrs. new date for execution of the 20- Carl Hartpence, 216 S. Elm; Mon- year-old youth in the Nebraska day. Mrs. Paul Persinger, 125) electric chair. S. Locust; John V/ray, RFD 1, Pomona; today. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kissinger, of near Ottawa, have been se- ected by Hawkins Grange as lominoes for the state Grange Couple of the Year Contest. Stale winners will compete for the national honor. The couple selected from state winners as the young couple of the year will receive an all expense-paid trip to the national convention of t h e Grange to be held in California in November, Mr. and Mrs. Kissinger were the nominees from Hawkins Grange last year also. Local Markets Barley ................... t -90 Beans ., .................. 2>05 Wheat .................... 1-78 Rye ...................... 8 0 White and yellow corn ....... 1.00 Shelled .......... •• ......... 1-05 Oats Milo Butterfat ....... ............ 53, .50 Straight Run Eggs Graded Eggs .......... 23, .20, .17 Heavy Hens Cocks Now at MALOTT'S... This spring select your wall paint colors from this helpful decorator book... Frank Tliornbmgh. same Claude T. Turner, same 235.00 28.-). Of) 225.00 220.1.0 230.011 23.100 225,0') 2H5.00 225.0(1 17(i,0fl 230.00 235.00 225. On 113.00 2,10.00 205.00 23500 220.OC 235.',0 223.00 225.00 230.00 220.0(1 235.00 129.25 220.00 225.00 235. Of IDS.Oi 233.0C 230.0 i 260.0t Light Hens 05 06 TV SERVICE KEEN COMPANY 114 S. Main Phone CH 2-3490 Hospital Notes Births Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Wolfe, Richmond, son born Monday, weight, 8 Ib. Dismissed Tommie and Ronnie Taylor, 726 W. 5th; Charles R. Cook, 408 E. 4th; Connie Sue Johnson, 918 Willow; Mrs, Harry L. Huson, Wil liamsburg; today. Strange Intruders ROVKJO, Italy (AP) — Several seals loped up a stairway of an apartment here and dived happily Into a tank where a woman was washing clothes. The woman fainted. A giraffe was lassoed near a church Jn the nearby village o Borsea. Another giraffe and tw zebras were cornered at neighbor ing Orignano. The animate all broke for free dom whan a circus truck over turned. All were recaptured ex cept the guan bird and an India goat. They were killed by motor ists who didn't see them in time &DAMS — Mrs. Carl Adams, well known and lifelong resident of Princeton area, passed away this morning. Funeral services will he held at the Lamb Funeral Home Friday at 2 p. m. Interment will follow in the Princeton, Kas., Cemetery. Daily Streamliner If 'DESCRIPTION TERRITORY: S 25 R IS T 17 S 30 R 19 T 17 S 28 R 19 T 17 S » R 10 T 17 SU. S 27 R 18 T 17 NV. S34 R 19 T17 SlRner! this l&th day or April. 1D59. JAY J. SCOTT. County Supt.. Franklin County* (General Stnfucs insD. Supp. 72-3ooO and 72-3550a> ...and Borrow this Around the Clock with Color" book from your SPRED SATIN Dealer Stewart Memorials Standard of High Quality Since 1902 Gordon B. Noland, Mgr. 118 W. N -15th Phone CH 2-3325 Across from the South Water Tov/er ON FAMOUS LIMITED TIME ONLY - APRIL 13-26 GOING SCHEDULE The Tulsan tv ToUa 7.15 a.m. Lv. Ottawa . . • 11:00 a.m. Ar. Nonsas City .. 12:10 p.m. The Chicagoan Lv. Kansas City .. 12:25 p.m. Ar. Chicago 8:00 p.m. RETURNING SCHEDULE The Chief Lv. Chicago 9:10 a.m. Ar. Kansas City,. . 4:35 p.m. The Tukon lv •'-ntn* City . . . 5:00 p.m. Ar. Ottawa . • . 6:00 p.m. A), luiso 10:00 p.m. Travel on "The Tulsan" streamliner to Kansas City or Chicago in comfortable "stretch-out" seat chair cars. Also "Big Dome" lounge (Kansas City«Chicago only). Delicious Fred Harvey meals. CALL: Santa Fe Ticket Office, Phone: CH 2-1692 Tecumseh and Walnut Sts., Ottawa, Kansas Ask oboul money-saving Family Fares REGULAR *6« - NOW $ Save on quarts, too! Reg. $ 2 10 - now U 79 (in any sttndard rtady-mlxtd color) 543 V OAUs • Dries in 20 minutes • Wash brush or roller in wale: • Most colors cover in I coat » Touch-ups won't show • You can wash or SCOUR it 1» No unpleasant odor • No thinners or extras to buy • No brush or lap marks • Goes on twice as fast as ordinary paint • Use in kitchens, baths; basement walls, too • 202 decorator colors Clifford Sink, rame Aethel Wcsity Waclkins, same.. Total J 9,570.75 General Postmaster, stamps $ 100.0C Wiplitman's Plbg., repairs 843.S 1 City W. & L. Uept., services... 316.1 Gas Service Co., same 337.0 SW Bell Tel. Co., same 164.2 Lockwood Co., Inc., supplies.. 64-1.0 Saml. Dodsworlh Co., same... 155.9 Dldde Off. Supp.'j, same 96.1 Copies, Inc., same 2!).0 Hall Lltho. Co., Inv. sheets.... 10.2 Central Check Co., Bkf., vouch. 118.:'. Pengad Co., bond paper fil I Steprg. Mach., Inc., supplies.. +11 Sells Co., same 62. Legal Dlreclorles, directory... 4.0 Otlawa Herald, legal publ 67. Otlawa Enpr., Co., photostats. 183.1 OK Photo Service, ami. due.. 15.? Oltawa Typcwr. Co., typewr .. 247.! Marehant Calc., maintenance., 141.1 Car Dealers Cert. Co., guide.. 2.5 Kns. Eiijc. per., Instal radios.. 300.00| Kas. Elcc. Service, Install, etc. 56.00 Pat's Electro, Install lights.... 25.b<V Amer. Service Co., ice 5.Tin Dr. D. G. Laury, prof, ser 5.00 Dr. D. D, Laur.v, Coroner fee.. 53.00 Dr. H. N. Floia, prot ser » 00 Lattlmcre-Flnk Lab., same.... 10.00 Bruce Spenrs, mileage, cxp.... O.jii Ottawa Ins. Agoy., bind 18.50 Walter Markel, S.-Tr., '50 dueg 25.00 John C. Quln, attorney lee.... 10.00 Richard O. Skoog, same 30.00 Glen A. Kay ward, witness fee. 1.00 Chas. Roberta, came 1.00 Helen Roberts, snmo 1,00 Joe Toumberlln, same 1.00 \otlCPS LcRoy Greene, Prob. Officer... 7.50 Robt. L. Plnet, Cert. Estates. 15.30 Ottawa Trnc. & Impl., supplies. Curby Auto Supply, same Budge's Hdw., glue, etc 7.SO Royal Launder-It, laundry..... 4,:iS Mack Blec., supplies 5.77 Itaney'8 Drug, Him, etc 7.:lU Ottawa Hilw. Co.. supplies 3.5- Rllbert Davenport, transcripts. 34.W Bruce Spears, misc. bills .23 Max R. Gllmore, malnt. prl/t.. 185.50) Max R. Ollmore, mileage, exp. 394.45 Joe Ferns, same 160.47 Lee D. Hughs, same 110.67 Earle Basrtale, same .84 Jay J. Scolt, same 35.SI Robert U Pinet. same 40.01 J. H. Button, same 47.M2 Uarl L. Riehartison, same..... 19.14 Cecil Vinlng, name 46.15 Robert Steele, came 9.10 L. L. •Griffith, same 31.50 Roy Gould, same .. W. E. Vlck, same lfl.45 L. O. Pabert, same 22.61 Bert BinWcy, same ....... 23.80 M. M, Edwards, same 27.65 Eldon Finch, same 15.W Llonlal Shaw, same 28.14 lialph Haney, same 13.S7 George Atciiison, same 29. nS C. W. Roiie. same 11.4S W. R. Lancaster, same 7,70 John Keller, same 2.45 Harry LldlXay, same 83.81 Carl Richardson, same 3.22 Charles Van Wie, coyote b'nty. 2.0« Terry Johnson, same 2.fin Charles Elchenberger, same... 2.00 Dean Klrkland, same , 4.on Charles ScUulz, same 2.0" Bob Fowler, same 2.00 Leo Blackstone, same 14.00 Byron Robisrn, £<ime ......... 2,00 Albert Qrosdidier, same 2.00 Fred O. Morrow, same Phone CH 2-4700 Classified Dttulay rLocal) 13c per llni Classified Display (National) 20c per 11D» Special Discount Contract Rate* Available. Save 10%—PayCash 10% Discount ou Local ad» paid by B p. m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a-m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES Out ot trade territory, Sc per word per insertion. Ne discount. 1 Insertion per word *e 3 Insertion* per word 9o 6 Insertions per word Ho 26 insertions per line (3.00 Minimum charge 70c Card ot Thanks..4c per word—TOc mlB« 1 Inch Lodge Notices, «et wltn emblem 11.00 2 insertions no change ........ $1-10 Cardjo^Thanks — 1 Our heartfelt thanks to all our neigh" )ors> and Irlends for their help at the time of our five. We sincerely appreciate every kind act. Sipned: Mr. and Mrs. John Sheeley and Dorothy. Lostjind Found LOST OK STHAYED—Yearling Hereford heifer. In Pressonville community. Albert Johnson. AXtell 4-2114,_Paola 1 __ LOST—Blue parakeet."Will get on finger. Rcvaid. Mrs. T. W. Henshaw, 3J9 E. 8th, phone CH 2-26J4. JjOVBR: I have a Rift for you from Davis Paint Store. Please come home.—, LONELY. ] f Ottawa Council No. 18, R. & S.M. Stated Assembly Wed. Night, April 22 at 7:30 p. m- Business meeting. All members welcome. Fredrick A. Gardner, 111. M. Mfilvin L, Sellers, Rec. Ottawa Chapter No. 7 R.A.M. Stated Convocation on Wed. Night, April 23 at 8 p. m. Business meeting. All members welcome. Fredrick A. Gardner, E.H-P. Melvin L. Ssllers, Sec. Ottawa Lodge No. 18, A.F. & A.M. M. Stated Communication, ^^ Tuesday, April 21st al ^U^ 1 7:00 p. m. Work in the %/ Second Degree. Loren A. Ames, W. M. Charles W. Watts, Sec'y COLOR-MATCHED TO SPRED SATIN SPRED IUSTRE (aott-sheen enamel) DURABLE ALL-PURPOSE ALKYD FINISH FOR WOODWORK AND ALL SURFACES INSIDE OR OUTSIDE 2.00 Pay Koll, salaries ...'. 10,95t.3fi City Clerk, dispatcher 270.M Kalsr>r Drug Store, lost warr't .bf Wolfe's Photo, copier, activator 85.00 Tctal $16,729.28 C'oiiiit.v Honip For Aired L. L. Shultz, final paym. ser.. .$ 9,610.11 McCiacken Klectrlc, final pay. 1,310.5' Gas Service Co., services ..... 41.U City W. & L. Dept., same 12.tn puln Furniture, furniture...... 3,446.7' Mills Hospital Supply, same... 2,nT>.05 Colby's Furniture, same 627.90 Instruction —18 2.35 qf. Santa Fe AlbrlRMt Necclit-Elna. material Letter's, same Dltldn Off. Supply, supplies ... Malott Htlw.. same A. S. Aloe Co., same Terrlll's. name Cannirty Supply, grass teed... Brown's Hriw,, supplies Best MCg , plaque Wlllla Nursc-ry Co., supplies... J'ogle Quarry, crushed rock .. Ottawa Fire Dept., oxtgrs Hanes Greenhouse, flowers.... Kirk Signs, alpns B. A. Edwaids, labor & supp.. AfcCIay Wholesale, same Stuulter. mlsc_ exp.... Wanfla. Balrrt, same , Keen Co., cervices 8.1S 183. W) 30. W 7.S5 2,641.M 3.51 19.00 165.32 46.60 96.30 843.15 135,89 HARDWARC&APPLIANCES Phone CH 24565 116 S. Main Total 122,427.77 Special Aulo Roselyn WWrley, postage $ Pay Roll, talary 180.0(1 S 188.99 Total Noxious Farmers Union, fuel, gas ... Star Garage, ga.snllne Sheldon Trk. & Trac.. parts Ploort Orchards, handle ..... R. E. Thompson, expensa Pay Roll, salary S50.00 1 Total * S40.SO OPPORTUNITY For ambitious m e n (i ages 17 to 50, from East Kansas area, in Industrial Electronics and Guided Missile Field No previous experience needed. Must be willing to spend on« hour a day, four days a week, on short, practical industrial training using actual equipment under the guidance of our engineers. Arrangements will be made for. those accepted so that training will not interfere with present employment. Posi- p.oo | tions for which this training will qualify you currently pay from $90 to $140 per week. If you have a sincere desire to better yourself with a steady job and income, we will be glad to discuss these opportunities with you. No obligation for strictly, confidential interview with our bonded personnel man. Please write UNITED ELECTRONICS LABORATORIES, Bo* J-44, Ottawa Herald, giving age, address, working hours at present. 25.05 9.70 4S.R7 43.98 S.M 29.61 20.7" 1.7? 14 I« 33.00

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