v11T?V' > The OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, May 2, 1<959 F K? Briefs jj. Russell Crites, Ottawa, was the Speaker at a banquet last night I at Lawrence for the graduating : seniors of the school of median- Jical and electrical engineering, University of Kansas. The banquet was under sponsorship of the American Society of Tool En- ^gineers, and was held in the student union. • Rummage Sale Wed., May 6. .Memorial Auditorium.—Adv. Rainfall at Worden in the southern part of Douglas County, dur-j ing the month of April totaled 2.73 inches, Walter Schwarz, rainfall observer there, reported. Normal for the month is 3.44 inches at that weather station. Ellis Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-4431. A week-end houseguest of Janet Read, Emporia State College Student, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Read, is .Betty Higby of Fowler, Colo. She is a junior. * Beautyland, CH2-4347, Mozelle Gagne - Jo Riley • Bula Cummings. ; Adv. i F. H. Cather, of Belle Plaine, i'Kas., writes The Herald to ask fif anyone in the Ottawa area can ! give him information regarding j;the family of Zenas Cather, who, ^with his family, lived in Ottawa j; quite a number of years ago. He "states in his letter that he is : writing a history oj: the Cather * family and would appreciate information from any Ottawans who ^remember the family. His ad- "tlress is F. H. Cather, Belle Plaine, Kas. Stock Car Races, Sat. Kite, 7:30. ; Adv, • Edmund Francis McCoy, 43, ^Kansas City, Mo., was arrested iana charged with driving while ^intoxicated, and having an open ilbottle, at 7:45 p.m. yesterday, at ith and Main. Officers Vogler 'and Ferns made the arrest. ?v A traffic accident yesterday at J5:02 p.m. in city parking lot in jjyolyed a pickup truck driven by SNelson H. Fritts, RFD 2, and a fcarked car belonging to Howard Clinton Lee, 530 Maple. Fred Vogler, investigating police offi cer, reported minor damage to a front fender and door of the car. j. Hospital Notes ••Admitted 5 Mrs. Dale Forsythe, 327 Ma- ijple; Davi'd Peterson, 1046 S. Sy- iicamore; Leo Smith, 213 E. Logan; jMrs. Thomas Fine, Quenemo; JTerry Wallace, 610 Willow; David KRobin Archer, 1021 S. Hickory; ^Friday. ' ^Dismissed t Mrs. Carl Rubick, Richmond, '^transferred to K. U. Medical Center, Kansas City, Kas.; Mrs. Alfred Beets, 1246 S. Main; Friday. ^Miss Ruth Carr, 515 S. Hickory; *Elsa Towe, North American Ho- jtel; today. Big ICICLES 7c Each 4 Flavors JOHN G. KAISER Drug Store Masonic Bldg. It's the Leaves that Count! The POWER of FAITH by Howard Brodi* MRS, MAGGIE BLEDSOE Mrs. Margcnt.3 "Maggie" Blede, 88, Crestview nursing home, died today at 3 a.m. She was a franklin County resident most of ler life. Born Jan. 7, 1871, she was the daughter of Samuel Wesley Fine. After the death of her first hus- jand, Wesley Barnes, she was married to W. H. Wilkerson who died in 1912. She was later married to Adam Bledsoe, also deceased. Surviving are two sone, Robert C. Wilkerson, Ottawa; and Wesley Barnes, Clairmore, Okla.; one step-daughter, Mrs. Lucy Clines, Ottawa; and six grandchildren. Services will be held at Towner's Chapel with burial at Antioch Cemetery north of Homewood. MRS. CLARE NEWNEKER Mrs. Clare Newneker, Macon, Mo., twin sister Of Clarence E. Hughes, RFD 1, Ottawa, died Friday at 2:30 p.m. at her home in Macon. She is survived by her husband, Paul; two brothers, Clarence E. Hughes, and Dr. B. F. Hughes, McAlester, Okla.; and a sister, Lizzie Worley, Los Angeles, Calif. Funeral services will be held Sunday, May 3, at 2:30 p.m. at Macon. FAITH AMERICANS LIVE BY- 5 Jle has crawled through rubble below a leaning wall fo speak words of comfort. He has entered blazing buildings to administer last rites. He has ordered other men off a roof before its collapse and carried an unconscious man to safety. He has broken the tragic news of death to firemen's survivors. In trials such as these has the faith of the Rt. Rev. Msgr. William J. Gorman been tested since he became chaplain of Chicago's fire department in 1922. He volunteers his services, which are in addition to his regular parish duties. Receiving no pay for his work with the firemen he has, in the words of one official, /; been a source of strength." "The great courage of firemen humbles me," says the chaplain himself. "And what is humility but knowing yourself as you really are? What few things I've done were duty; the Lord put them In my way." • Kt> Newtfcalurtt* County Churches Faith Lutheran, 312 E. 12th. Kurt E. Juengel, pastor. Sunday school and Bible classes. 9 a. m.; morning worship, 10 a. m.: holy communion every third Sunday ot the month; Walther League every other Sunday. Main Street United Presbyterian (5th and Main)—John Luke Gehmao, Interim pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; senior high fellowship, 5:30; junior high fellowship, 6. Wesleyan Memomst, BIB N. M aln. Wayne E. Caldwell, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; worship 10:50 youth 6:45; worship 7:30; prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30. Reorganized Ctrareti of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 3rd and Cedar. Harrison Barnes, Wellsvllle, pastor Church School 8:45; preaching service 11. Assembly of Qo«, 520 E. 13th. I*. R. McAdams, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; young people, 6:30; evangelistic service, 7:30; prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30. Bethany Chapel Baptist, 2nd and Poplar, William Bailey, pastor. Sunday school 9:30; worship 11: evening 7:30; prayer, meeting Wednesday, 8. Calvary Baptist, 9th and Hickory, Bill Weber, pastor. Sunday school 9:45; worship 11; youth 6:45; evangelistic service 7:45; prayer service Thursday, 7:45. Mexican OinrcB, BIT King, Manuel Fa- checo, pastor. Sunday school 9:45; church service 11 a. m.; evening service 7:30. Faith Bible. 621 N. Poplar. R. D. Clay, ton, pastor. Bible school, 9:45; morning worship, 11; evening worship, 7:30; prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30. Church of the Brethren. 9th Mid Main. Sunday school 10 a. m.; worship service, 11 a. m.; CBYF 6 p. m ; evening worship, 7. Church of the Nazarene, 7th and Elm. Anthony V. Oddo, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 10:50; youth, 6:30: evangelistic service, 7:30; prayer meeting, Thursday, 7:30. First DnUed Presbyterian, 3rd and Walnut. M. Todd Macdonald, pastor. Bible school, 9:30; hour of worship, 10:30; Westminster Youth Fellowship, 5 p. m.; Thursday church school, 4:10 p. m.; mid-week prayer and Bible Hour. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. North Baptist, Oak and Wilson. Tom Ingle, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 10:45; youth fellowship, 6:30; evening worship, 7:30; prayer service Thursday, 7:30. Ohnreh el Christ, 3th and Cedar. Services 10 «, m. and 8 p. m.; Thursday, 8 p. m. , Free Methodist, 735 N. Oak. Earl Ful ler, pastor. Sunday school .9:45; morning worship 10:45. JMS 10:45. first am third Sundays; youth group 7 p. m., firs Sunday; evening service 7:30; unilfed service last Sunday of month 9:45. Sacred Heart Catholic, 4th and Cedar. Sunday masses: 7 a.m., low mass, children's choir; 9 a.m., nigh mass, adult choir; n a.m., low mass. Week days: 3:15 a.m., H. Communion distributed al 7 a.m.; Novenas, Tuesday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m. First Methodist, 4tn and Hickory. !harles P. Knight, pastor. Church school, 9:45 a.m.; morning worship 10:50; Junior and senior MFY, t p.m. First Baptist, 4th and Hickory. Rev. Roger Fredrikson, pastor. Morning worship 10; church school. 11; evening service, 7:30; mid-week fellowship Thursday, 7:15 p.m. Trinity Methodist, 830 N. Cedar. Chas. W. Gross, minister. Church school, 9:45 a. m.; worship service, 11 a. m.; youth fellowship, 6:30 p. m.; evening service. 7:30 p. ra, St. Paul A. M. B. J. R, Gray, pastor. Church school, 9:30; morning worship, 11; ACE league, 5:30; midweek service Wednesday. 7:45 p. m. Chnrcn of Christ, 903 N. Poplar. C. E. Andrews, elder. Bible school. 10; preaching, 11; communion, 11:45; evening services, 7:30; midweek meeting, Thursday evening, Christian Science Society, SO. •. Hickory. Morning service 11; Sunday achoo) 9:45; testimony 8 p. m., first Wednesday each month; reading room open Wednesday 32 noon until 2 p. m, First Christian, llth and Cedar. Gordon D. Miller, minister. Bible School, 9:45 a, m.; worship service, 10:45 a. m. Youth meetings, CYF Chi Rho and CJF. 6 p. m. Grace Episcopal, 5th nnd Locust. John B. Swelgart, rector. Holy communion. 8 a. jn., with altar guild breakfast following; church school, 9:45; sung eucha- rist nnd scimon, 11 a. m.; Thursday, holy communion, 7 a. m. Deaths Rev. H. 0. Espinoza will be the speaker at both Sunday services at Church of the Nazarene. He is assistant editor in the. Spanish jublications department of t h e Church of the Nazarene with of- ices at world headquarters in Kansas City, Mo. He was born n Monterey, Mexico. He was a Hethodist pastor for seven years, joining the Church of the Nazarene in 1054. Church Women Hold May Meeting Ottawa Council of Church Women held their annual May Fel lowship Meeting at the Main Street Presbyterian Church Friday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. The theme was "How Much Is Enough?" The speaker was Mrs. Alma Ross, a missionary to Egypt, who spoke about her work as matron of a girl's school in Egypt. To Hearings In Washington Ottawa will be well represented at flood control hearings before congressional sub-committees in Washington next week. Those who will appear at the hearings to urge appropriations for continuing construction on Ottawa local protection works and on Pomona reservoir, as well as to urge planning funds for Melvern reservoir will be: Mayor Kenneth E. Andrews, Commissioner James Grogan and Assistant City Attorney Tom Gleason, representing the city, and Rep. Robert A. Anderson and Senator William Bowers, and Lamar Phillips. Bids are to be opened for Pomona res- voir June 3. On Traffic Charges Ottawans Were Cited Two Ottawans cited on traffic violations yesterday were Carrie Marie Armstrong, 20, 1016 W. 7th and John Eugene Johnson, 17, 747 S. Oak. Carrie Armstrong was chargec with running a red light at 7th and Main, last evening. John Johnson was charged with speeding 42 in a 30-m.p.h. zone. Both were cited to appear in courl May 5, at 7:30 p.m. For Insurance On dwellings, bodsehold good*, buildings and automobflea See Dean Berlin. Agent IN E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 Never Before Offered . .. No Interest until May 1960 Payments 7c per bale as earned on a New Case wire or twine Baler! Compare and buy the best! Dennis Auto Co. Curved AUTO Glass Popular Makes in Stock SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Phone CH 2-2515 SAVE MORE LEAVES f; with a ; JOHN DEERE r: Side-Delivery Rake '.'., Four - w ay assurance of leafier hay !3n ? ours » w i th * J° hn De «« Side- The floating cylinder follows ound irregularities to get all the ,y ... curved teeth lift it into loose, »iry windrows with leaves inside, •tems outside for proper curing . .. bicltHtd jrame guards against leaf. Ihattenng roping . . . slow-turning, pound-driven reel does not kick or oss the bay. See us for details. 0TTAWA TRACTOR & Impl. Co., Inc. CH 24400 £4 -- 9ERT EOMCTON STORES. INC. GRADUATION SPECIAL YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS $ 29 99 Plus a 25% Trade-in For Your Old Watch Features: • 17 Jewels • Swiss Made • Anti-Magnetic • Shock Resistant • Water Resistant • All Stainless Steel Case • Unbreakable Mainspring Notes Of One Fined, Two Charged In Court One man paid a fine yesterday in Franklin County Court and two others were charged with violations of traffic laws. James Ralph Murray, 38, Treece, pleaded guily and paid a fine of $5 and costs on a charge of having no valid driver's license. Jerry Lee Hollon, 119 Willow, Underwood's Trenching - Backhoe Special Low Prices Guaranteed Plastic Pipe 11" Plastic Pipe—trench dug and pipe laid — Total price 25c per ft. plus Fittings. I %" Plastic Pipe—21c per ft. 11V4 1 ' Plastic Pipe—31c per ft. These prices expire May 30, 1959. Hot Water Heaters, Pumps, Septic Tanks, Laterals Laid, Storm Cellars. Chas. Underwood 11121 N. Main Ph. CH 2-1264 was cited yesterday by state troopers on a defective muffler charge, to appear May 6, at 9 a. m. Bruce Marion Phillips, 611 Maple, was held overnight on a charge of operating a vehicle with no valid license and released this morning. Local Markets Barley $ .90 Beans 2.05 Wheat 1.78 Rye 80 White and yellow corn 1.03 Shelled i. Oats .70 Milo 1.75 Butterfat .53, .50 Eggs, straight run 16 Graded 23, .20, .16 Heavy Hens 08 Cocks . 05 Light Hens .06 J. B. MICKEY COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOSTATS CH 2 1937 839 West 5th 1 BLEDSOE: Funeral Services for 'Maggie" Bledsoe are incomplete. AMBULANCE SERVICE !WMO.MAIN-OTTAW*,KAHi*I AT LAST... I'VE FOUND A SHIKT SERVICE THAT FINISHES JIM'S COUAKS EXACTLY THE WAY MS LIKES THEM I AA-30 • Your shirt laundered free if we neglect to replace missing buttons e Our extra careful laundering makes shirts keep that new-look longer. ^^••••siMP^"^ Home laundering of shirts can never duplicate a profes. sional job. Try our personalized shirt service today— your shirts will look and fit and feel like new. SANITONE BOND'S S. Main R O Y A L CLEANERS Phone CH 2-1810 Legals Legals —1 (First Published April 35, 1989) (Last Published May 9, 1959) In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas. In the Matter of the Estate ot Llllle B. Harris, Deceased. Notice of Hearing on Petition For Probate of Will The State of Kansas To AH Pomona Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition h»* been filed In said Court by Dcnn Berlin as executor named In the will of Llllle B. Harris, deceased, praying for the admission to probate of the will of Llllle B. Harris dated October 30. 1953, which Is filed with said petition, and for the appointment of Dean Berlin as executor ot said will, without bond, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or be fore the 20th day of May, 19B8, at ten o'clock a, m., of said day, In salti Court, in ihe City of Ottawa, In Franklin County Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, JudRment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. DEAN BERLIN, Petitioner. ANDERSON A BYRU, First National Bank Bldg., Ottawa, Kansas, Attorneys for Petitioner (First Published April 18, 1959) (Last Published May 3, 1959) State ot Kansas, Franklin County, si. In the Probate Court ot laid County and fitat*. ' in the Matter of the Estate of Helen . Harris, deceased. , Notice of Appointment The fltate of Kansas to the creditors, elrs, beneficiaries and nil othww who may .'be concerned in the Estate of Helen 3. Harris, deceased: You aro hereby notified that C, f, Jurrows was appointed on April 14, 9S9, and qualified as Executor of the Estate of Helen J, Harris, deceased; hat all creditors must exhibit their emands against said Estate'within nine months -from the date ot the first pub- leatlon of this notice, as provided by aw; and that if their demands are not hus exhibited they shall be forever larred, Dated at Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, this 181 h day ot April, 1W.9. C. P. BURROWS, Executor. KELSEY * WINTER, Attorneys for Executor • Public Sale We will sell at ' public auction the following located 3 miles south, 1 west of Lone Star, 18 miles southwest of Lawrence, or 3 miles north, 2 west of Worden, or 3 north and! 2 east of Globe, known as the Muckey place, on Thursday, May 7,1959 Beginning at 1:00 o'clock p. m. Dressers, beds, mattresses & springs, rocking chairs, dining chair, gas stove, Maytag washer, like new, bedroom set, Westinghouse ironer, commercial size, Coleman gasoline heater, Coleman gasoline camp stove, adjustable dress form, record player, ironing board, flower stand, rollaway beds with mattresses, floor lamp, kitchen table, granite top, apartment size washer, collapsible baby buggy, folding car seat, folding play pen, bottle sterilizer, door swing, piano bench, library table, lard press, croquet set, 16 mm. projector, silver pieces, stone jars, copper boiler, electric bath heater, kitchen cabinets, davenport and chair, canned fruit and vegetables, dishes, pans and miscellaneous items, bird cage and stand. Antiques — Dresser with marble top, spool type bed, walnut sewing rocker, picture frames, some walnut, horse buggy, goodi condition, china cupboard, side sofa, chairs, dishes. TERMS: Cash. Not responsible for accidents. All merchandise must be paid for before removing. Central HDU Ladies will serve lunch at noon. Mrs. Hugh Boyce, owner Claude Myers, Auctioneer. Howard Wiseman, Lawrence Natl. Bank, Clerk. Public Sale GIGANTIC AUCTION Electric Equipment, Tools and Miscellaneous TUESDAY, MAY 5,1959 (Commencing at 9:30 a.m. sharp) 1244 SOUTH MAIN STREET — OTTAWA, KANS. Barnes lathe, 12-in., 3 and 4 jaw chuck; Gosiger milling machine; bench drill press; 1—5-horse electric motor; hydraulic hand press; industrial gas burner; electric light plant, with Wisconsin motor; medium sized grinding machine; 2 large sewing machines, to sew canvas, etc.; air compressor; 5 dust collectors, 2 have motors; several metal tool boxes; lots of winding wire; several 14-inch band saw wheels several welding helmets; lots of high pressure hoses; lots of sander belts, 1-inch; several 18-in. 2-groove belt pulleys; 1 lot of compression springs; several radio noise filters; several boxes of socket head bolts; iron horse gasoline motor; 1 hand rod bender; Dynomotor unit; several time switch boxes; acetylene oxygen gauge; lots of drill bushings; lots of valves; step-ladder; bolts, pins, screws, hose couplings; lot of off-set screwdrivers; lot of snap-on wrenches; several V pulleys of all sizes; gasket material; asbestos belting; electric blower; several rolls of cable; gallons of paint; several fuel-oil burners; several 50-gal. gas barrels; lots of pipe fittings of all types and sizes; soil pipe fittings; several electric motors, large and small; several doz. drill bits and reamers of all sizes; several micrometers of various sizes; several milling cutters; 2 metal work cabinets; several hundred emery wheels, new and used; metal shear, 24-inch; portable grinder; 1—Vt in. D.C. drill; Black & Decker valve machine; several doz. house doors and screen doors; picks and handles; Tore wrenches; several doz. fire shovels; Mallory rectifier; 2 Mimeograph machines; 2 electric blowers; bench vise; drill stand; several boxes of motor bearings of all sizes; electric soldering iron; several camping stoves; rubber clamps; loud speakers; electric welder; 2 electric potato peelers; lots of welding rod of all types; several cans of insulating varnish for motors; steel covered flexible hoses; small weighing scales; large electric fan, 24-inch; all kinds of radio and television repairs and parts; bench grinder; cabinet benches; several small fans; several doz. toilet bowls; squirrel-cage fan; radiators; several rolls of cable, different sizes; different types of copper wire. Lot of other miscellaneous items of all types. This is a large sale — Only about V\ of merchandise is listed. Come early — Must start on time. Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents. 1244 South Main Ottawa, Kansas Auctioneers: Col Chuck Stewart & Son, Ottawa, Kansas; Col. Charles Beatty, Lyndon, Kansas Kansas State Bank, Ottawa, Kansas, Clerk (First Published April 25, 1950) (Last Published May 8, 1059) State of Kansas, Franklin County, M. In the Probate Court of said County and State. In the Matter of the Estate of Edith K, Link, deceased. Notice of Appointment The State of Kansas to the creditors, heirs, beneficiaries and nil others who may bo concerned In the Estate of Edith K. Link, deceased: You are hereby notified that W. O- Ransom was appointed on April 20, 1959. and qualified as Administrator with the ,VI11 annexed of the Estate of Edith K. ..Ink, deceased; that all creditors must exhibit their demands against said Es- ale within nine months from the data if the tlrst publication of this notice, as provided by law; and that If their demands nrc not thus exhibited they ihall be forever barred. Dated at OttRwa, Franklin County, Kansas, this 26th day of April, 1959. W. G. RANSOM, Administrator with the Will Annexed. KELSEY A WINTER, Attorneys for Administrator, c.t.a. (First Published April 25, 1959) (Liist Published May 9, 1969) Stato of Kansas. Franklin County, »». In the I*rebate Court of Franklin County, Kansas. Tn the Matter of the Estate of Herman Ceith, deceased. Notice of Hearing The State of Kansas o all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition las been filed In said court by Edith vane, as executrix under the Will and bf the Estate of Hormi'n Keith, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate and for the allowance and approval of her final report, dc- ermlnatlon and allowance of court cosU and proper fees of administration, in- erpretatlon of the Last Will and Tes- amont of the decedent, determination of the property of the decedent and lh« assignment of the same to the persona ntltled thereto under the decedent'! VIII, and the discharge of the executrix !rom further duty and liability herein, together with nil othor proper relief. You are hereby icquired to file your written defenses thereto on or before the ISth day of May, 1959, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., of :<nld day, In said court, In :he city of Ottawa, In said county an4 state, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, Judgment and decree will 09 entered in due course upon said petition. EDITH KANE, Executrix. KELSEY * WINTER, Attorneys. (First Published May 2, 1959> (Last Published May IB. 1959) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ts. In the Probate Court of said County and St.ite. In the Matter of the Estate of Adnft Strider Wcmmer, deceased. Notice, of Hearing The State of Kansas to 8i; persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition fias been filed In said court by Joseph Keyes Strider, bcncfielarv named in In* Last Will and Testament of Adna Strider Wemmer, deceased, which Will Is filed with said petition, praying for the admission of said Will to probate and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary to Joseph Keye." Strider, and you ar« hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the ?5th day of, May, ]fi5!>, at 10:00 o'clock A. M.. of raid day In .'aid court, In the City of Ottawa, In said county and state, at whlc'r, time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment nnd decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. JOSEPH KEYES STRIDER. Petitioner. KELSEY A WINTER, Attomeysr Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Classified Display (Local) 13o per UM Classified Display (National) 20c per UBO •peclal Discount Contract Rate* Available. Save 10%—PayCash 16% Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p. m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a-m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATRfJ Out ot trade territory, 6c per word per Insertion. Ne discount. 1 Insertion per word 40 3 Insertions per word tc 8 Insertions per word I4o 26 insertions per line $j.oo Minimum charge 70c Card of Thanks..4c j:er word—70c mln. I Inch Lodge Notices, set with emblem fl.90 2 Insertions no change |i.|0 Card of Thanks l I wish to express my appreciation and heartfelt thankj to my many friends for their countless prayers and spiritual bouquets, beautiful flowers and gifts, and for their untiring efforts In sending cams, letters and messages of cheer during my hospitallzatlon in St. Mary's and since returning home. — Veronica _Stoerman Lostjind Found g LOST or strayed' : - ; ~Gue7nsey cow' milking. \Ylllamsburg 2131. Joseph Va- vrlcck. LOST—Blonde" end~tabier~in~1BTt~a»-a~Ph'" Pomona 13. FOUND—One raIr "of reading" glasses" at Ottawa_Boat Club Sunday. CH 2-3426. LOST—Ladies' yellow gold™!v7iIt~waFch; downtown. Reward. See Edna Reeves !it _\Voolworth's. \ptices COFFIifAfFs WELDi'NO SERVICE—Is open for hU!iiReFs_at 311 W. Wilson. Retta Conclave No. 8 Trueliliidred Regular Meeting Monday night, May 4 at 7:30 p.m. Following meeting a dance for all Masons and their families. Laverne Pence, W.C. Lola Sellers, Sec'y. Personals -14 ALCOHOLICS AN6NYMCrDs~"wTfte~Box 2E1, Phone CH 2-mo, Ottawa. Kansas. Plants —16 Nurseries-— Seeds — CHRYSANTHEMUM PlantiT"mliny—clff. ors and newer varieties. A. F Lewis Brick house west of old County Farm.' Beauty Parlors —17 ANOTHER HaiFdlel5eT~n^ded~n."rBeau'"- tyland, 114 E. 2nd.. CH 2-4347. Men_Wantgd_ —19 WANTED—Experienced Iferpenters—See Allen Loyd. CH 2-46B5 »r CH 2-2340. ROUTE MAN to take ote local~rouIeT If you qualify, can tlarP^t 190 to Jllu per week guarantee, no Acerlence required. Apply State Emli»1|yraent Office, Wrdnestliy, May 6BsK t p. m.. for interview. '
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