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^jwn*? '-> ^- ?? : ; '' "V \\ V •-., Briefs County Savlngi Bonds Chair- mil Randolph Bundy reported that sale of Series £ and Series H Savings Bonds totaled $214,385 for the first three months of this year Jh Praiadte County. Last year at same time, the figure was Ellis Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-443L ., K. I* Hlnderllter, Ottawa, has purchased the registered Brown Swiss bull, "Hopeful L j a d Smokey," from Earl T. Durrani, Osawatomie. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gorforth, 711 Pine, left this morning for Batesville, Ark., called by the serious condition of his brother, Othel, in the hospital there. He was burned about the face and chest when the gasoline line on a trac tor exploded. Stock Car Races, Sat. Nite, 7:30. Adv. Arlettle Cradler, 834 No. Sycamore; underwent major surgery at Doctor's Hospital in Kansas City. _ A pre-klndergarten round • up for youngsters who will be enrolling at Hawthorne School in September will be held tomorrow afternoon at the school, it was announced today by Beth Beller, school nurse. It will not be vis farm, five necessary to bring the children to east on K69, the school, the nurse said. The round-up is for parents of the children, and it will be held from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Bean supper Union Chapel Church 65c. Tues., April 28, 5:30 P. M. MYF- _ ADV A Franklin County 4-H leaders meeting will be held in Ottawa, in the basement of the First Methodist Church Tuesday at » p.m. The group will hear reports from leaders who attended the leaders conference at Hutchinson April 14-16. They will also plan for next year's 4-H club day. Painting of the 75 city mall collection boxes has been started, Postmaster T. J. Cummings reports. The work is being done by postal employees. Only Two (2) more days left to take advantage of the Ottawa saving* & Loan's FREE Gift Cluh offer — Free llverware or Free Shrubbery — your choice. Thursday is the last day. .. adv. Don Shlpman, president of the Kansas Daily Advertising Man agers Association, and advertising manager of the Ottawa Herald; Gene Ramsey, Herald mechanical superintendent; and Vivian Harder, of the Herald ad- versiting staff; attended a 2-day advertising seminar at Topeka this weekend. Shlpman presided ov er the .meeting, and Rams-f; addressed a section of the group on mechanical problems surrounding advertising work. Chauffeur licenses due July 1st Renew now — avoid penalty. Adv Ottawani attending the second district convention of the Vet erans of Foriegn Wars this week end at Fort Scott were: Mr. am Mrs. Garland Hinkle, Mr. and Mrs. James Ralston; Mr. and Mrs Roy W. Lambert, Mrs. B o Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Curby, Mrs. Carl Furman, Mrs Ross Freeman, Mrs. Victor Sow ers and John Gere. Mrs. Sow crs is patriotic instructor ant Mrs. Ralston is musician. Fown er Ottawans attending, were Mr and Mrs. Harve Croan and Mr and Mrs. Elmer Richardson, For Scott. About 30 chickens were reported stolen from the Mrs. Frank Da and a half milei Sheriff Max Gil more said today. Mrs. Davis said she believes the chickens wen taken sometime Friday night. Th fowls are Ames and Cross breed red in color. Deaths Funerals Card of Thanks MRS. CARL N, Services for ADAMS Mrs. Carl N. Signed: Decker Mr. and GOD AND COUNTRY AWARD — Jimmy Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gra. ham, 620 N. I,ocu»t, receives the "God and Country Award," from Rev. M. Todd Maedonald at the First United Presbyterian Church In Ottawa. The presentation was made during the church service Sunday morning. (Photo by Lloyd Bnllhagen) FRED D. WILLINGHAM Fred D. Willlngham, 80, farmer of 1123 East 9th, died yesterday at 7:05 a.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edwards. 834 Burroughs, where he lived since becoming ill three weeks ago. He was born June 13, 1678, at Mound City, son of Joseph and Melvina Willlngham, and has lived here about 50 years. He died Nov. 2, 1956. He was a member of Bethany Church. Chapel Baptist Mrs. Veronica Stoerman, 210 W. 4th, returned to her home Saturday from St. Mary's Hospital, Kansas City, where she was a patient for six weeks. It's Spring Car Cleaning Time at Bob Andrews' Service. We will vacuum interior; wash, machine clean, polish exterior for only $12.50 . . . you save $10! On the »Y" — US59 South. Phone CH. 29747 for free pickup and Delivery. adv. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Dandridge, Flint, Mich., one grandchild, one brother, John, Topcka; and one sister, Mrs. Anna Moss, Kansas City. Services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at McVey-Dengel Mortuary. Rev. William F. Bailey will officiate. Burial will be in Peoria Cemetery. Ministers Will View SCS Work Franklin County ministers will tour the county Tuesday inspecting soil conservation measures at two farms. They will visit the Harold Van Horn farm, RFD 2, Pomona, and Henry Dehn farm, RFD 2, Po mona. The tour will begin at about 10 a.m. The tour, sponsored by the local soil conservation district and extension service, will include ter racing, pond construction, grass seeding, pasture management and erosion control structures. 1 The group will stop at a Williamsburg cafe for the noon meal. County Agent Don Brown said this morning that, so far, seven ministers are signed up for the tour. Thirteen Franklin County •H'er.s were selected to attend he 4-H Roundup at Kansas State University, Manhattan, June 2-6, Agent Lcs Sallce said today. Attending will be George Brenner, Rainbow; Jim Milliken, and Sandra Herring, both of Far and Vear; Dean Robison, Acorn Rust- Jack Lederer, and Susie both of Junior Judgers; MISS NELL M. FRAMPTON Miss Nell M. Frampton, 75, of 108 Acacia Ave., San Bruno, Calif., sister-in-law of Mrs. Cora Frampton of Ottawa, died April 17. She was struck by an automobile on April 8, and hospitalized . Only Two (2) more days left to take advantage of Savings & Loan's the Ottawa FREE Gift Club offer — Free silverware or Free Shrubbery — your choicu. Thursday is the last day. adv. Norrls Burke, principal of Ottawa High School, attended a week-long meeting of the North Central Association at Chicago last week. He served on a committee from Kansas on unqualify- ing recommendations, reviewing an annual report from Illinois. About 70 principals from Kansas schools which belong to the association were present, participating in buzz sessions, studying 19 annual state reports, attending various day and night meetings and listening to special speakers such as Dr. James B. New Officers Are Installed Conant, noted educator, who dressed the group. ad- Chappell Cleaners, CH2-3832. Adv. A number of Ottawans were among the 2.500 people who visited Osawatomie State Hospital's open house yesterday. Over 3,500 are expected to visit during this week. A highlight will be Service Club Day Wednesday when Governor George Docking and Jack Parr, All - American basketball star, will speak. Representatives of men's service clubs from most of the 22 counties served by the hospital are expected for t h e meeting. Miss Frampton was a beauty operator. She was born in Williamsburg Nov. M, 1883, daughter of Henry H. and Laura (Langley) Frampton. Following cremation, burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery by Towner's Chapel. MRS. NORA MORROW Mrs. Nora (Stewart) Morrow, 76, Scranton, died yesterday at K. U. Medical Center. She was born Sept. 9, 1882, at Centroplois had lived in Scranton eight years and previously for many years at Quenemo. She was married to Joseph Archie Morrow in Ottawa, Sspt. 12, 1899. Surviving are the husband, four sons, Cecil, Overbrook: Fred, Ottawa; Joe Manhattan; and J. D. of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Pearl Hetrick, Mrs. Maude Bowman and Mrs. Gladys Nelson, all of Topeka; five brothers, M. W. Stewart, Overbrook; Albort and Jay, Ottawa; Bryan, Cenlrop- olis, and Robert, Hutchinson; and four sisters, Mrs. Florence Valentine, Topeka Mrs. Lorene Waterbury and Mrs. Birdie Dyer, Centropolis, and Mrs. Alma Dyer, Ottawa. Services will be at Quenemo Federated Church Wednesday at 2 p. m. Burial will be in Oak Hill The following officers were in stalled by Franklin County Chap ter, Order of De Molay; Jcre Bcr- glund, master couselor; Jim Burlingham, senior counselor; Frank Walker, junior counselor; Phi Burress, senior deacon: Tom Lau ry, junior deacon; Richard Specr senior steward; Bill Dawson, jun ior steward; David Hane, Orator; Jack Kilb, scribe; Howard Mcln tosh, sentinel; Fred Olney, Almon er; Jerald Howell, standard bear or; Joe Gaynor, marshall Darold Hane, chaplin; Robert Zook, pro ceptor. Installing master counselor wa; Dr. Arvid Berglund. Rev. John Sweigart was the installing chap lin and the installing senior and junior counselor was Quincy Seymour. Jack Kille was installing marshall. Kille was presented with a past nasters counsellors ring. Members of th.3 advisory council are, Julius Raffelock, chapter advisor, and Dr. Harding, chairman of the council. The Mothers' Club served refreshments. 13 To Attend 4 H Roundup ers; Two Arrests Over Weekend Adams, who died April 21, were held at the Lamb Funeral Home April 24. Rev. Roger Cantrill officiated. Pallbearers were Eugene Adams, Ronald and Donald Atchlson, Wayne New, Junior New and Tommie Spillman. Mrs. Carroll Whlteford sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. E. E. Haley. Burial was in Princeton Cemetery. ROV E. BROYLES ., Funeral services for Roy Ellis Broyles, who died Saturday, will Notices be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Towner's Chapel. Rev. Nelson Hoffman of Williamsburg will officiate. Burial will be in Hope Cemetery, Ottawa. RAYMOND P. TERRY Graveside services for Raymond P. Terry who died Thursday April 23, were conducted today in Hope Cemetery by Rev. Wjlliam Weber. JOEL A. VANCIL Services for Joel Albert Vancil who died April 23, were held at Towner's CJiapel April 25. Rev Gerald Mease and Rev. W. B Devilbiss officiated. Pallbearers were John Allen, Lewis Myers George Royer, Eugene Ward, Er nest Watkins and Richard Turner Mrs. Gerald Mease and Mrs. John Humerickhouse sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. George Royer. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. MRS. ADNA WEMMER Services for Mrs. Nancy Adna Wemmer, who died April 23, were at Towner's Chapel April 26. Rev. Roger Cantrill officiated. P a 1 1- bearers were Neil Peed, Ray Eaton, Cleo Nitcher, Clarence Davis, Lloyd Schweitzer and Claude Warbritton. Mrs. Jean Davis and We wish to tHtTnlt our many .friends, neighbor* and relatives (or their act* of klndncs*, expression* of sympathy and beautiful flower* during the nines* and oss of our loved one and father, Mr. William H. OriJfin.—Signed: Mr*. Wll- lam H. Qtlttln and family. We wanTTa extern! our appreciation and thank* to our many relative* and rlendi, also the nurses, doctors and gray ladle* for their prayer*,.beautiful lowers, visits card*, and many act* of kmdnes* during the nines* and death of our lovod one, Mr*. Adna Wemmer. Your klndnes* will never be forgotten.— Karl Smith, Mr*. Jennie Family, Mr*. Elizabeth Bennett and Family, Mr*. Allee Mock enstock and family, Mr*. Adeline Per tho and Family, Mr. Joe Strider and Family. Lost and Found — 8 John R«a WMlamsburg has 3 head itiay calves. General Services —W McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH1-4930 6 Rent Cars MOORE CHEVROLET • OLDS Ottawa Lodge No. 18, A.F. & A.M. U No Meeting Tuesday April 28th. Loren A. Ames, W. M. Charles W. Watts, Sec'y Nurseries Plants • Seeds — —16 STRAWBEnRYplanU, SonatorDunlap, $2.00 per hundred, A. F. Lewis, Brick houae wc»l of old County Farm. Small Engine Headquarters Briggs & Stratton Clinton Homelite - - - and Others. ORDA MILLS, Small Engine Specialist. Toro Lawn Mowers Sales * Ser. SHELDON TRUCK t TRACTOR CO. Phone CH 2-1461 Livestock Instruction —18 Jonald Turner and Ruth Snieder, 3oth of Rambling Ranchers, Gary Rice and Dorothy Glanville, both of Silver Leaf; Harold Stoffer, Clover Leaf; Kay Coats, Prince- on Jolly Workers; and Sharon Whirley, Clover Leaf. Miss Whirley, a high ranking blue ribbon winner at the district 4-H club clay at Baldwin with her alk, "4-H Insurance Policy," will give her speech. She will give :alks, meet with speech depart- Ottawa police officers arrested two men this weekend on two different charges: being drunk in a public place and disturbing the peace, Joe B r u m e 1, 78, Richmond, pleaded guilty this morning in Police Court to the d r u n k charge. He was fined $35. He was arrested on the street of 2nd and Main Sunday. William N. Lilly, 27, 507 N. Main, was in jail this morning on the disturbing - the - peace charge. He was arrested on the 100 block of North Main Saturday night. ment personnel various groups. and meet with Mrs. Roger Cantrill sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. Lawrence Ott. Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Williamsburg. Legate —1 Most of the group will attend group discussions throughout the day. Friday afternoon they will go to Rock Springs 4-H training center for a picnic supper, visiting the facilities there. They will also visit the K-State campus. At the same time, the state 4-H club music camp will be held at Rock Springs Ranch. Two 4- H'ers from each county interested and doing work in music will attend. From Franklin County, Helen I.edercr, Junior Judgers, and Mary Kay Coughlin, Berea Boosters, will attend. Hospital Notes Admitted Jean Gciss, RFD 3; Merle Taylor, 726 W. 5th; Saturday. Ben Molt, 122 N. Hickory; Mrs. Lynne Wilson, 1024 S. Cedar; Mrs. Alfred Beets, 1246 S. Main; Mrs. Virgil L. Smith/ 535 N. Sycamore; Mrs. Roy 0. Taylor, 923 W. 6th; Sunday. Gilbert Stone- ting, Pomona; today. Dismissed J. B. Johnson, RFD 5, Lawrence; John Doudna, 201 N. Oak; J. H. Foster, 837 N. Cedar; Mrs. Victor Brandon, 809 S. Sycamore; Mrs. Nathan Light, RFD 2; Alex Hernandez, 405 E. 4th; Sunday. Mrs. John Christian, Pomona; Len Porter, Quenemo; Ronnie Reddick, 406 Willow; today. (First Published In The Ottawa Herald April 20, 195D) (Last Published In The Ottawa Herald May 4. 1959) In the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas. Case No. 21-221 Juanlta Rake, Plalntllf, Vd. Jimmy W. Rake, Defendant. Notice nf Suit The State of Kansas to Jimmy W. Rake You aie hereby notified that a petitlo has been filed In the District Court o Franklin County, Kansas, by Juanlt Rake, praying for an absolute decree o divorce from you, Jimmy W. Rake custody of minor child, and such othe equitable relief as the court may deem proper, and you are hereby required plead to said petition on or before Jun 3rd, M>9, In said court at Ottawa, Knn sas. Should you fall therein, Judgmen and decree will he entered In due cours upon said petition JUANfTA RAKE, Plaintiff. OLEASON. GLEASON, DOTY * LOGAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff. family, for year-' round farm work. Some dairy work required. House furnished. Lloyd Gates, RFD 1, Paola. Rlchland Exchange 2115. _ "TEN WANTED to dig evergreen* — every man has opportunity to earn bonus. Apply In person at office, 5th and Cherry, after 5 p. m. Willis Nur- aery Co. _ SAN— willing to work 9% hours a day. B',4 days week for guarantee of 1100. Qualifications: 20-40, married, neat appearance, ambitious. Have late model car. For 'appointment call CK 4-4475 Topeka. _ Local Markets Cemetery Quenemo. Marriage Licenses and Carol Lee Jnmes, 18. Princeton, Janice L. Masheter, IS. Richmond. James L. Kratz Jr.. IT, and Rita \1- berUon. 16 both of Prairie Village. .$ .90 Barley Beans 2.05 Wheat 1.78 Rye 80 White and yellow corn 1.03 Shelled 1.08 Oats .70 Milo 1.75 Butterfat 53, .50 Straight Run Eggs 17 Graded Eggs 23, .20, .17 Heavy Hens 08 Cocks 0! Light Hens 06 Spring Is Sprung and the Grass Is Growin 1 Now'i the Time to I Think about Mowin' Get Ahead of the Rush! Let Our Factory-Trained Mechanic Do It Now Special Complet* Mower Tune-up $4.95 Plus Parts Ottawa Tractor & Imp* Co,, Inc. L19 S. 2nd CH 2*4400 Jftmb Sunew/Jfome FOSTER—Funeral services for Mrs- J. H. Foster will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Lamb Funeral Home. Rev. M. Todd Maedonald will officiate and interment will follow In Highland cemetery. Record WILLINGHAM _ Funeral services for Fred D. Willingham, long-time resident, who passed away yesterday morning, will be conducted from the Mortuary Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. William F. Bailey officiating. Interment Peoria Cemetery. McVey-DENGEL MORTUARY Ph. CH 2-2323 Air Scouts Fly fo Columbia, Mo. Ottawa Air Scout Squadron took flying trip to Columbia, Mo., aturday night and a peek at U.S. Veather Bureau activities. The group watched the launch- ng of a radiosonde weather bal- oon, and were "given a good in- ight into the operations of the vcalher bureau," Dr. W. M, Bern- iiels said. They slept out over- ight and returned to Ottawa Sun- lay morning. The squadron flew in two light planes, piloted by Dr. Bemmels and Dr. Louis N. Speer. They left "rom the Municipal Airport. 11 Coyote Scalps Are Brought In A total of 11 more coyotes In Franklin County have bit the dust. John Lantz, Princeton, brought in six scalps this morning to the county clerk's office. He received $12 bounty. C. T. Dawson, RFD 3, Ottawa, collected $10 bounty Saturday for the five scalps he brought in. Coyote bounty is $2 each. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Classified Display (Local) 13o per line Classified Display (National) 30o per 1IB Special Discount Contract Rate* Available, Save 10%—PayCash 10% Discount o> Local adi paid by 5 p. m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. Men & Women 18-35 Wanted To Train as IBM Machine Operators Acute shortage of Business Machine Operators exist* In all parts ot the country. These positions pay up to J4SO.OO per month for 40-hour week with pleasant working conditions, Including hospttallzatlon and vacation privileges. If High School graduate and Interested in operating this type of equipment, write giving name, address, age and phone number to Box M-44, Otawa Herald. —54 "Hereford "WHS"- FOR 8ALB1—17 lightweight _calveg. Call CH 2-1828. FIVE Hoistein heifer calves; 4 face calvea. 624 W. Wilgon. 12 HEAD of yearling stock helfcri. 8H miles south of Rantoul. Jim Kennedy. WILL BE SOLD at Franklin County Sale Barn, Thursday night: 1 team of mules, 7 and 8 years old, well broke and matched weight, 1300 each. Farm Equipment —85 Men Wanted —19 VSSEMBLER for novelty lamps. Average earnings $3.00 hr. Simple, easy. Canvassing not required. Write: Ougor Lamps Caldwell, 1, Arkansas. _ _ ~~~~ FOR SALE — Tractor mower, In «ood condition. Guy Mjinroe. HOW International flexible corn planter, almost new priced to sell. Mo- Fadden Farm Store, lola, Kansas. IHC CORN PLANTER, rear mounted^ for H or M tractor with fertilizer attachment and lurrow opener. Lloyd Gates, RFD 1, Paola. Rlchland E»change 2115. 3-SECTIONharrow; 2-sectlon. harrow; International manure spreader, all tractor-drawn. Cheap for cash. Frank Willis, 9 miles east, S north, W west of New Hope Church. _ Seeds, Feeds, Fert —88 SORGO, 91% germination, i milei north, % mile west of Pomona. Moyer. CLARK SOYBEANS, re-cleaned, excellent germination. 12.75; sacked, $2.81. Araa L _Fg_gle.__Wllllam»tiurg. PFISTER'S Hybrid seed corn with r«- plant; mllo. Llonlal Shaw, H ea»t Pomona. Phone 9-F-13. PIONEER hybrid seed corn; Malxe ieedl % mile N. Appanooo* High School, tt W. John Berger. ' SALESMAN — Men's clothing — Local store. Experience preferred but would consider training. Age no barrier If can qualify. Salary plus commission and profit sharing plan. Paid vacation. Apply to Mr. Bulling at Kansas State Employment Service for screening. Apprentice Printer Wanted Opening for young man, 17-24, to learn Printing trade under established apprenticeship program. Excellent working conditions and benefits. Only interested in men seeking permanent employment. Inquire Kansas State Employment Service 117 E. 2nd Street Pioneer seed corn. Milo. Harry Funk, Homewood, Kans. Phone Williamsburg, 3466 ' Misc. For Sale —40 BALLERINA Formal, Size 18, pink erf. 2-2137. . FOR SALE—Hand embroidered pillowcases. Mr*. Hsrry Stern. 1031 N. Poplar. CRUMBS and spills won't mar the *hln* of a Glaxo coated linoleum, to clean. Malott Hardware. 80 easy FLOOR COVERING Tile — Yard Good* 6' _ 9' — 12' Widths. Goodyear Sanduran Armstrong BUDGE'S HARDWARE WANT AD PER WORD RA 1 Out ot trade territory, to per word per Insertion. N» discount. 1 Insertion per word 46 8 Insertion* per word ............ to t Insertion* per word He 28 insertions per line 93.00 Minimum charge 70o Card of Thanks..4c per word—70c mln. I Inch Lodge Notices, set wltb emblem Sl.*0 t Insertion* BO Chang* 11.10 Card of Thjuijks —• "\Ve sincerely thank our friends 'for kindnesses during Joel Vancll's Illness rind nt the time of his death.—Signed: The Family. OPPORTUNITY for good ad- -ancement. Four route men want- d for retail bread route- Married, >etween the ages of 23 and 41 ay $95 per week and up. $67 per week while learning. For interview see Dave Williams, Wednes day evening, April 29, 7:30 to 9:00 p. m., North American Hotel. MBN-WOMKN, |20 dally. Bell luminous nameplates. Write Reeves Co., Attle- horo. Mass. MAN OR WOMAN wanted to handle distribution of nationally advertised Watkins Products In City of Ottawa, serving hundreds of satisfied customers. Excellent opportunity. No Investment. Weekly profits of $60 and up possible. Write Watklns Co., D-74, Wlnona, Minn. BROYLES — Funeral Service for Roy E. Broyles will be conducted from Towner's Chapel Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. Interment in Hope Cemetery. TERRY — Graveside Service for Raymond P Terry will be conducted al 4 p. m. this afternoon in Hope Cem-stery by Rev. Wm, Weber. FRAMPTON - Graveside service for Nell M. Frampton, w h o passed away in California, will be conducted at a later dale in Greenwood Cemetery. AMBUUr/CE SERVICE 5W NO. M AIM- OTTAWA,* AN*M TKIMMONI For Enduring Memorials and Fine Monumenfs TOWN & COUNTRY MONUMENTS J. E. LIDIKAY, Owner You are welcome to stop in and see our large display without obligation. i/i mile north of Ottawa on Hwy. 59. P. 0. Box 84 Dial CH 2-5640 Ottawa, Day or Evening NOTICE We the undersigned barber shops agree to close on Mondays all day, and to raise the price of "Box Flattops" and "Ducktails" to $1.50. We also agree to regulate hours from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 1st. Closed Mondays Starting May 4th BONES BARBER SHOP, 234 N. Main BURGOON BARBER SHOP, 110 E. 2nd St. CITY BARBER SHOP, 225 S. Main KITTERMAN'S BARBER SHOP, 110 W. 2nd PALACE BARBER SHOP, 411 S. Main UNRUH BARBER SHOP, 112/2 N. Main Sporting Goods Men and Women Wtd. —23 Women Wanted —24 WAITRESS, 4 to 13 shift. Apply in per _ 8on - L&L Cafe FEMALE BOOKKEEPER and credit work, local store, prefer experience but will train. Must have H. 8. education. 45 hour week. Salary based on experience. Operate some office ma- chalnes. Apply to Miss Richardson at Kansas State Employment Service for screening. Crushed Rock For Driveway* All Siiet. Government approved lime. Stockpile for immediate Edwin Moler CH 2-3112 —42 NEW 40 b. p. Scott outboard motor, with all controls. Will sell at cost Call CH 2-2101 during day er CH 9-3201 after 5:00. . Appliances —49-A Good selection of used WASHERS $29.95 and up. DOUGLAS BROS., 103 S. Main One nice 8 cu. ft. G. E. FOOD FREEZER. Perfect condition, guaranteed- ONLY $99.95 or $5 down and $6 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main BOOKKEEPER Female, complete »el of records of business transactions. Balance books and complete reports, Includes tax reports. Experience required, minimum H. S. education, Salary 50-55 per week. Only good steady applicants considered. Apply to Mr. Sulllns at Kansas State Employment Office for screening. General Services —2!J WANTED—Yard" mowing. CH 2-1902. IJGHT HAULING and' Trash—CH'2-288S" COMPLETE LAWN care, hauling. Renegade Lawn Service. CH2-3644. ___ iRONINGS "WANTED — Nellie Deal, CH 2-4261. EAVES gutter, forced air heating. Irs Meade. CH 2-3508. LAWNS to mow. Phone CH 2-3389. ron Blunk at Rayburn's. My- AUTOMATIC WASHER, looks like new, runs like new, guaranteed like new. ONLY $1.25 a week. DOUGLAS BROS., 103 S. Main One nice 8 cu. ft. Norge REFRIGERATOR. Real slick, beautiful interior, exterior with clock on door, has vegetable bin and nice porcelain vegetable drawer and meat drawer- Nice freezer compartment. A steal at $69.95 or $5 down and $5-50 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main DBAD ANIHALB removed, itaadard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa— CH MOB4. HENRY ALBAN — Hydraulic jack ter- vice, imall engine repair. New and used Jacks tor tale. 715 Willow. WALLPAPER removed by steam. Paint- Ing, papering. Conrad's Spray, Painten and Decorator!. Phone CH 3-1268. AERIAL Spraying—For Information and estimates contact Chuck LeMastcr, phone CH 2-2846. LeMaster Spraying, Inc. Trash — Off LibfffHAT'LING, Trash — Cft 2-2586. GENERAL Light Hauling — CH 2-1424. POULTRY Processing same location, rear entrance. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning. Antone Produce, 413 S. Main, Do Your Own Rugs, with the Clark Professional Rug Cleaning Equipment now available at Malott's. Rent it by the day or week. MALOTT'S Hardware 116 S. Main CH 2-4565 Just received one nice 9 cu. KT Admiral REFRIGERATOR, 3 years old, large 37 Ib. food freezer across top with freezer drawer plus two nice crisper drawers. Real clean inside & out. $89.50 or $5 down and $5.50 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main One nice Coronado 7 cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR, 2 yrs. old. Traded in on new large combination- Perfect condition. Neat as a pin. $69.95 or $5.00 down and $5.50 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main G- E. 10 cu. ft. REFRIGERA-' TOR, large freezer compartment, 2 sliding porojelain crispers, chrome shelves. ONLY $79.95. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main D & D AERIAL SPRAY Contact us for your Timber, Brush, Weed and Insect control needs- It doesn't cost, it Pays! Conard Airport — CH2-3953, CH 2-5542 or Rantoul 2-F-2, FOR SALE «V W Deep Freeze Twin Oven Cook Stove 2-Ton Air Conditioner Refrigerator Washing Machine Divan Phone CH 2-3779 ox CH 2-2745

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