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8 The OTTAWA HERALD Monday,,May 4, 1959 News Briefs News has been received of the promotion of Charles D. Hawley, son of Dr. and Mrs. C< A. Hawley; to the rank of lieutenant in the United States Naval Reserve. Hawley was recently transferred from the office of Judge Advocate General of the Navy in Washington to the Philippine Islands where he is law officer at the Naval Air Station at Cubi Point on Luzon Island. Recently he wrote that he had met Commander George Washington Davis V, son of Dr. Josaphyne Davis of Ottawa, who is commanding officer of a squadron stationed at the Cubi base. Rummage Sale Wed., May 6. Memorial Auditorium.—Adv. Promcnaders Square Dance Club will hold the last dance of this season tomorrow night at 8 at the Blue Moon. Caller will be Emery Wilson of Kansas City. Mrs. John Rodgers, 840 Pecan, Is in room 124, Ransom Memorial Hospital, for treatment. Ottawa Garden Club will have a varied program with several speakers tonight at First Methodist Church. A potluck supper at 6:30 p. m. will precede the meet ing. Ellis Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-4431. Four Men Will Face Rape Charge TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) ,.'our white men will be formally barged today with raping a Nero college girl, State Atty, W. D, opkins said. The prosecutor said he would sk that they be held without bail ending referral of the case to grand jury, which convenes une 1. Demands mounted from Negro groups for vigorous, fair prosecu on of the quartet, quoted by heriff Bill Joyce as admitting the rime. A deputy sheriff said he found ie 19-year-old Florida A&M stu ent bound and gagged, still in her rmed assailants' car when he ar- ested four Tallahasseans at gun- oint early Saturday. Those arrested were identified s Patrick G. Scarborough, 20, on eave from the Air Force at Ft. 'isher, Wilmington, N.C.; William Collinsworth. 24, a telephone lineman; David Ervin Eagles, 18, a igh school student, and Ollie toutamire, 16. Florida's maximum penalty for rape conviction is death, but no white man has ever gone tp the tale's electric chair for raping a s T egro. Two Franklin County youths are members of the Emporia State band which returned today from its annual spring tour. They are, Sue Hamilton, Ottawa and Kyle LaFollette, Lane. C. G. Wray, Pomona, recently purchased the registered Brown Swiss bull, "Ozark Generaux 0" from G. L. Childress, Joplin, Mo. Beautyland, CH2-4347, Mozelle Gagne - Jo Riley • Bula Cummings. Adv. Mount Hope School District, No. 86, will hold a special meeting at the school house at 8 p.m., Tues day. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the future of the district. Davey School District will hole a community meeting at 8 p.m. tonight at the school house. The community will discuss the possibility of consolidation with other north Franklin County districts Davey is the fifth of the six dis tricts considering consolidation to meet. The four districts which have met previously, have decidec to continue work toward consoli dation. Marion M. Johnson, 16, RFD 1 Pomona, was cited on a charge o, speeding 45 hi a 30 mile-per-hour zone by police today on 7th from Willow to Elm. Stock Car Races, Sat. Nite, 7:30 Adv Roger A. Keith, 17, RFD 2, wai cited by police, Sunday on a charge of driving a vehicle will defective mufflers. The old and new cabinets of the Ottawa Senior High Kayettes wil hold a picnic at 5 p.m. today a Gaynor's Lake. Beverly Tilton has filed petitioi in district court to gain a divorc from Kenneth Tilton on th grounds of gross nelgect of dut and extreme cruelty. She also re quests custody of a minor chile The floor of the County treas urer's office was covered wit new linoleum over the weekenc Remember Mother's Day thi Sunday, May 10. For that big se lection of gifts go to Irwin's S. Main. Ad\ Letters have been mailed to 3 Ottawa High School honor stu dents who will receive a trip t Kansas City in honor of thei scholastic achievement. The tri is sponsored by the Chamber Commerce and is financed by gift of local businesses and indiv duals. The students will spen May 15 in Kansas City. Traffic Toll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Seven persons died over th weekend of injuries suffered i Kansas traffic accidents. The deaths boosted to 149 th number of traffic fatalities in th state this year, compared with 14 at the same time a year ago. Funerals ACOB C- HANNAMAN Services for Jacob C. Hanna•nan, who died April 29, were at iamb Funeral Home May 2. Rev. Gordon D. Miller officiated. Pall- earers were Grant Carey, Coy udd, Herbert Perry, Clate Lewis, lollo Sass and Lou Roush. Mrs. R. McAdams sang hymns ac ompanied by Mrs. J. R. Hen ing. Burial was in Princeton lemetery. 'RED WILLltVGHAM Services for Fred Willingham who died April 26, were at Me- 'ey-Dengel Mortuary May 1. Rev William F. Bailey officiated. Pallbearers were Forest Wilkerson. William Roberts, Theron Stovall ruy Edwards, Frank Price a n c Roy Lewis. Mrs. R. L. Stevens played organ selections. Buria ttas in Peoria Cemetery. MRS. A. MARY MATHIAS Funeral services for Mrs. A Mary Malhias, who died April 29 were at McVey - Dengel Mortuary May 1. Rev. R. B. Shoemaker officiated. He and Mrs. Shoema ier sang hymns accompanied by Mrs: R. L. Stevens. Pallbearers vere Hadey Blackstone, Rober tfathias, Frank Davidson, Frank Wathias, Claude Payne and Jess Bell. Burial was in Princeton lemetery. MRS. MARGARET BLEDSOE Services for Mrs. Margaret Bled soe will be conducted from Tow ner's Chapel tomorrow at 10 a.m Rev, Wayne Caldwell will offi date. Burial will be in Antioch ternetery, north of Homewood. HOWARD YOUNG Services for Howard Eugene Young, who died April 30, were a First Christian Church May 3. Rev Gordon D. Miller officiated. Pall bearers were Herbert Tidd, Willi Parrish, Harold Guatney a n c James Heslop. Mrs. Robert CoL played organ selections. Buria was in Neosho Falls Cemetery. Arthur Godfrey Able To Be Up NEW YORK (AP)—Arthur God frey was reported in satisfactor condition today at Columbia Pres byterian Medical Center where h is recovering from an operatic to remove a lung cancer. The 55-year-old TV and radi star was out of bed several time Sunday the hospital reported. H walked about the room unaide for the first time since the five hour operation Thursday. Bomb Warning For Governor LANSING, Mich. (AP) anonymous male voice warne Sunday night that a bomb ha been planted in Gov. G. Menne Williams' official state car, but search by state police found n trace of explosives. Police -took the car, parked be hind the Capitol, to headquarters They said the call probably cam from a crank. However, a trooper was as signed to the governor's home fo the night and the car was retainei at headquarters. Alert For New Beach Plants •*•!• Nurseries — Seed* — BUILDING A LEVEE — An area along the Marals des Cygnes River out in the west side of Ottawa Is taking on a new look these days, as giant Euclids, dozers and graders shape up a flood control levee. The Euelids are hauling the dirt from east Ottawa to the site, and the packed-dirt levee grows. (Photo by Lloyd Ballhagen) Wives Give Up Blockade Fight OKMULGEE, Okla. (API- Strikers' wives, who maintained a ive-day around-the-clock human ilockade of an oil refinery here, are back home today. They gave up their unauthor- zed blockade at the strike-bound 'hillips Petroleum Co., plant Saturday. "I just feel Mke we've lost something," saic * ie 'of the women with tears in her eyes. But another commented. "Now I can go home, clean louse and get the dishes done." During the five days they kept oil trucks from entering the plant, he women had ignored "go lome" demands from their hus- )ands and officials of the striking Oil Chemical and Atomic Work ers Union. They also ignored a court ' in- unction against their blockade and five were called into court Saturday on contempt citations. The charges were dropped when .he women agreed to give up their stand. Ten minutes later trucks jegan rolling into the refinery. The plant has been struck since February on. a dispute over seniority issues. Deaths MRS. CARL RUBICK Mrs. Carl Rubick, 54, Richmond, died Saturday at 11 a. m. in University of Kansas Medical Center. She was in failing health for several months and seriously ill the past week. Formerly G3celia P. Setter, she was born March 19, 1905, at Sci pio, daughter of Joseph and Jane (Strobel) Setter. She was married tp Carl Rubick Feb. 15, 1926, and lived all her life in the Richmond area, She was a member of St. Theresa's Catholic Church of Richmond and of the Altar Society of the church. Surviving are the widower, two sons, John J., Williamsburg: and Alvin F., Richmond; two grand children; her mother, Mrs. Jans Setter," Richmond; six sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Setter, Ottawa; Mrs. Helen Lutz, Mrs. Catherine H,3ss and Mrs. Ed Drydek, Gar- inett; Mrs. Lonnic Platt and Mrs Clarence Peine, Richmond; and .wo brothers. Tony Setter, Lawrence: and Mike Setter, Garnett. Services will be in St. Therese's Church tomorrow at 9 a. m. Rev. Owen Cote will officiate. Pallbearers will be Don Setter, Joe Hess Tames Rubick, Edward Platt, Wade Rubick and John Lutz Jr. Burial will be in St. John's Ceme- ery, Homewood. Rosary will be Hospital Notes Admitted John Rogers, Quenemo; Mrs. inna L. Smay, RFD 1, Baldwin; iTsrs. Clifford Nutt, 225 Willow; >unday. Mrs. R. M. Bitts, Pomona; Mrs. Earl Watts, Quenemo; today. Births Mr. and Mrs. George Streebin, RFD 4, son born Sunday, weight, lb., 6 oz. Dismissed Mrs. Wally Leecy, 724 S. Sycamore; Merle Jones, 1116 N.Syca- more; Mrs. Kate Taylor, 236 Ash; David Archer, 1021 S. Hickory; Perry Wallace, 610 Willow; Mrs. James Barclay and baby daugh er, Pomona; Saturday. Mrs. ?rank Shull, 311 E. 9th; Mrs. Thomas Fine, Quenemo; Mrs. 'aul Morgan and baby daughter, Monroe Court; Sunday. Mrs. Anna Smay, RFD 1, Baldwin; Leo Smith, 213 E. Logan; today. File A Petition For School Vote Patrons of the Richmond Rural High School district have filed petition with the board of education calling for a vote on proposed consolidation of four southern Franklin County high school districts. Approximately 180 R 1 c h- mond voters signed the petition. State law says a vote is mandatory if 25 per cent of the eligible voters sign a petition. The number of signers is over 25 per cent. At a town meeting, citizens voted not to continue with the elections. Since that time interested citizens have been circulating the petition. The other schools concerned, Lane, Princeton and Rantoul, have decided to hold an elec Lion. recited tonight at 8:30 p. m. amb Funeral Home. at Two Drown In Osage River JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP)— Joseph C. Hilkey of Jefferson City and his 3-year-old son, Bernard, drowned in the Osage River yesterday after their boat sank. Mrs. Hilkey and their other two children, Donna Faye, 2, and Dwayne Lawrence, 4, were rescued by two men in another boat —Chester Rowe and George Fitzgerald of Mokane, Mo. Witnesses said the boat started shipping water, then sank after Hilkey cut the motor. The accident happened near the river's ARTHUR MOORE Arthur Moore, RFD 2, Kansas ^ity, Kas., 92, retired coal miner 'ormerly of Williamsburg, died Friday afternoon at his home. He was ill since last November. He was born Sept. 1, 1866, In Franklin County, son of Jessie and Elizabeth (Shepherd) Moore and married Jennie Ivie. He moved from Williamsburg five years ago. He was a member oi the Methodist Church and oi I.O.O.F. lodge. Surviving are three daughters Hallie Moore, Kansas City, Kas.; Mrs. Bessie Smith, Mulberry; am Mrs. Lottie Stobbs, Long Beach Calif.; 11 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren, one great-great grandchildren and one brother George, Dayton, Ohio. Services will be in Williamsburg Methodist Church tomorrow at 1( a.m. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Williamsburg. EARL J. HUGHES Earl J. Hughes, 69, 727 Cypress died yesterday in Georgia. He was taken there about a month ago by his son who came for him as he had been ill. The son is S.M.S. Woodrow Hughes, Box 619, Moody AFB A new corporation formed this week is Pence - Ottawa Inc. of which C. J. Pence was elected chairman of the board of direc- ors. The store will still be operated as Pence Food Center. Officers are Robert Pence, resident and general manager; Carlos G. Pence, vice president and treasurer; Charles Gillette vice president; and Glen Gates secretary. A dinner for employees and their lusbands and wives last evening at The Barn celebrated the event. Plans have been made to remodel the store and install new ixlures in the near future, also o open a branch store in Garnett. mouth. TORNADO AFTERMATH — An overturned airplane in shown In front of the wreckage of two hangar* at the M*r>»vBte airport, shortly after a tornado swept through the *rea late Saturday. Xtere wm m> tojttrk*. Valdosta, Ga. Funeral services will be tomorrow at 2:30 "p.m. in Georgia. Jersey Show To Be At Williamsburg The East Central Kansas Jersey Parish will hold its spring show at Williamsburg, May 7 at 1 p.m. under sponsorship of the Williams burg Lions Club. There will be judging contests both for adults and juniors. Clare Sowers of Williamsburg a member of the parish is chair man of the committee on arrange ments. Millard Wren is president of the Lions Club, and A. H Knoeppel, of Colony, heads the Jersey parish. Local Markets Barley $ .« Beans 2.0 Wheat 1.7 Rye 8 White and yellow corn l.o Shelled l.o Oats .7 Milo 1.7 Butterfat 53. ,5( Eggs, straight run 1 Graded 23, .20, .1 Heavy Hens Of Cocks 0 Light Hens 06 Ottawans Form A New Corporation Conittee Praise For Sec. Herter WASHINGTON (AP)-Secretary of State Christian A. Herter has drawn' praise from members of Jie Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee for his discussions in Paris with the foreign ministers. Herter will discuss the meetings' results with the committee in a closed session Tuesday. "I think Herter has made an auspicious beginning," Sen. J. William Fulbright (D-Ark), the committee chairman said. Herter returned Saturday from the meetings with the foreign ministers of Britain, France and West Germany in Paris. The purpose of these meetings was to consolidate viewpoints and plan Western strategy for the Big Four conference of foreign minis- PANAMA (AP)- National Guardsmen today hastened to an isolated beach 160 miles from Panama City to Investigate reports of new mystery landings by about 30 men. Aerial observers said the band landed Saturday night from four or five outboard motorboats at Bahal Hondo in Veraguas prov ince. A government spokesman did not appear overly concerned when he discussed the latest reports. Nor did he call the reported landing a new invasion. John Dreier, U.S. ambassador on the investigation commission of the Organization of American States, said his group had not been notified of any new landings and would return home today as planned. OAS military advisers are staying on, however. The OAS J team said Sunday night Panama's invasion crisis had ended with the surrender of the last six members of the band of intruders from Cuba. The holdouts gave up near the Caribbean coastal town of Nombre de Dios, where the main band surrendered Friday. Brazilian Ambassador Fernando Lobo, president of the OAS commission, said the quick action by the OAS to counter the attempt to overthrow President Ernesto de la Guardia should discourage any further invasion plots in the Caribbean. plant*, roany coE org and new** varlatlei. A. F. L»wl§, Brick home wot ot old County Farm. "Flower Plants — New Hybrid varieties of Petunias, such,as Chiffon, White Alaska, Maytime, Blue Magic, many others. New Pink Heather Alyssum'/ Large assortment Marigolds, Asters, Heliotrope, Ixr Ltelio, Ageratum, Salvia/ Cor leus, Phlox, Sultana, etc. 12 in Market Pak, 59c and 79c. " Potted Geraniums, 8 in. 3 for $1.00. Also other plants and perennials. Davis Orchard & Greenhouse, Baldwin, Kas. Beauty Parlors —17 ANOTHER Halrdreiser needed at tioau- tyland. 114 E. 2nd, CH 2-4317. __ ROUTE MAN to take over local route? If you qualify, can start at $00 to fllO per week guarantee, no ^experience required. Apply Stata Employment Office, Wednesday, May 6th, > p. «•• for Intervltw. ^ Men Wanted —19 WANTED—Experlencett carpenter*. 8ei Allen Loyd. CH 2-4685 or CH 3-8340. Salesmen —20 SALESMAN Wanted to «ell advertising specialties, premiums and calendar!. Write Box O-44, c-o Ottawa Herald. SAL'ESjiAN wanted for local route wors with prominent mid-western company. Paid vacation after first year. Insurance, Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Wonderful opportunity for right man. Contact Russel -Hoover at North American Hotel after 7:00 p. m., Tuesday, May 5. ... Men and Women Wtd. -—23 CATERER to conduct restaurant operation at Ottawa Country Club. Starting June 1. For details write immediately Box N-44, c-o Ottawa Herald. „ ters, which May 11. begins in Geneva Herter reported to President Eisenhower and former Secretary of •State John Foster Dulles over the weekend. More Study On School Merger Sand Creek School District' voted Friday night to go ahead with the study of plans for consolidation. It is one of six schools in north Franklin County which have been studying the possibilities. Of the others, Davy School will meet tonight to discuss the matter. New Union has scheduled a similar meeting for Friday night. Letter Carriers Elect Officers ' Kansas State Letter Carriers of N.A.L.C. elected Ivan Baker of Kansas City, Kas., president Saturday, the last day of their two- day convention in Ottawa. Other officers are Roy Cook, El Dorado, vice president; Roy Hannon, Topeka, secretary; Wesco Cation Jr., Wichita, treasurer; John C. Elder, Ottawa, delegate-at-large; executive board, Loren Hopkins, Dodge City; Gordon Headley, Wichita; William Slane, Emporia; and David Loy, Salina. The Women's Auxiliary elected Fern Perkins of Newton as president. Other officers are D o n n a Barnes, Hutchinson, vice president; Wenona Woodson, Wichita, secretary; Lucille Hopkins, Dodge City. Treasurer; and Florence Eastman, Topeka, organizer. There were 140 registered from out of town, including national, regional and state officers. Women Wanted —*4 6KWING MACHINE OPERATORS, ajrei 18 to 45, steady work, good wages, paid holidays. Insurance and other fringe benefits. Apply Mode-0-Day Corporation, 403'/4 S. Main. Sewing Machine Operators or Trainees We need experienced sewing machine operators — or we will train girls between the ages of Legate —1 County Buys A New Truck Price Motor Co., Ottawa, was successful bidder for sale of a two-ton flatbed truck to Franklin lounty, today. County Commissioners .. opened bids for the vehicle this morn- ng and the Price bid of $2,626 was accepted. Other bids were, Moore Chevrolet, $2,629.41; Sheldon Truck and Traetor, $2,734 and Minnick Motors $2,725. RUBICK—Funeral services for Mrs. Carl Rubick will be held from the St. Therese Catholic Church at Richmond, Tuesday, 9 a. m., Rev. Owen Cote officiating, interment following in St. John's Cemetery at Homewood. The Rosary will be recited this evening, 8:30, at the Lamb Funeral Home. 55™ CONSECUTIVE DIVIDEND STOCK FUND, INC. This quarterly dividend of C3/£ P er s ' lare •* payable OV4 V on May 14, 1959 to shareholders of record as of April 30,1959. Joseph M. Fltzsimmons, ChaJrmu Hazen L. Richardson '710 S. Main CH 2-27731 Ottawa, Kansas 18-35. (Flrit Published In The Ottawa Herald April 20, 1959) (Last Published in The Ottawa Herald May 4. 1959) In the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas. Case No. 21-221 Juanlta Rake, Plaintiff, vs.- Jimmy W. Rake, Defendant Notice of Suit The State of Kansas to Jimmy W. Rake-. You aie hereby notified that a petition has been filed in the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas, by Juanlta Rake, praying (or an absolute decree of divorce from you. Jimmy W, Rake, custody of minor child, and such other equitable relief as the court may deem proper, and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before June 3rd, 1959, In «ald court at Ottawa. Kansas. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition JUANITA RAKE, Plaintiff. GLEASON, GLEASON, DOTY * LOGAN. Attorneys for Plaintiff. We have good working conditions. v* 7 paid holidays. V Paid vacation. V Retirement pension. V Company insurance. V Steady employment. V 5-day week; hours 8 to 5. BRUCE CO., Inc. Subsidiary of The H. D. Lee Co. 120 E. 15th St. CH 2-5157 Positions Wtd. COLLEGE" graduates and High School teacher seek Bummer employment. Call TU 3-5733, Wellsvllle, Kansas. BLEDSOE — Funeral services for Margaret Bledsoe wiill be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 10:00 a. m. Tuesday. Interment in Antioch Cemetery. AM BULAtfCE SERVICE 5MNO.MAIN'OTTAW».«AHSM rite PHONE For Enduring Memorials and Fine Monuments TOWN & COUNTRY MONUMENTS J. E: LIDIKAY, Owner You are welcome to stop in and see our large display without obligation. 14 mile north of Ottawa on Hwy. 59. P. 0. Box 84 Dial CH 2-5640 Ottawa, Day or Evening Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Classified Display fLoean J3c per line Cluiltled Display (National) JOc per Una •pedal Dlicount Contract Ratei Available, Save 10%—PayCash lt% Discount o» Local ad* paid br 8 p. m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a-m. Daily Except Saturday —10 a.m. WAJfT AD PEH WORD RATES Out ot trade territory, Be per word per Insertion. N* discount. 1 Insertion per word 4e > Insertions per word 9c « insertion* per word He 36 Insertions per linn $3.00 Minimum oharce 70o Card of Thanks..4c per word—70c mln. I inch Lodge Notices, let wltb emblem tl.M S Insertion* no chance |UO Card of Thanks — 28 General Services —29 WANTED—Ironings to do. CH £21947 LIGHT HAl'LIMG, Trash — CH"?28gy LIGHT HAfLING and Trash—CH Experienced. WANTED — Baby sitting. CH_ 12-3502. KNAPP SHOES — Lee Carter. 1328 Wl£ _Iow. CHjZ-3659. EAVT5s~guUe>, forced air heating. IrS Meade. CH 2-3508. LAWNS TO MOW"; Phone CH 2-3389. Myron Blunk at Rayburn 1 g. D*AD ANiifALs removed. Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa-* GH Z-1064. HENRY ALBAN — Hydraulic jack "»eri vice, small engine repair. New and used ]aek»_tor sale. 715 Willow. WALLPAPER removed by iteam. Paint, lag, papering. Conrad's Spray, PatnU »rs and Decorators. 'Phone CH 3-I1W. AERIAL Spraying—For Information ar.d estimates contact Chuck LeMaater, phone CH 2-2846. LeMaater Spraying, Inc. McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 I greatly appreciate the cards "and letters I received from the many friends and relatives on my 91st birthday. Thank you so much.—Signed: Mrs. Sarah Drum. Lost and Fpund LOST—Blonde end table, In Ottawa. Ph. Pomona 13. L~b~8T "of strayed — GuerrTsey cowl milking. Wlllamsburg 2131. Joseph Va- vrtcek. Notices j—9 SERVICE Is coFFMAN's WELDING open for business at 311 W. Wilson. Retta Conclave No. 8 True Kindred 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. Ottawa Lodge No. 18, A.F. & A.M. Stated Communication, Tuesday, May 5th at 7:00 p. m. Balloting. Supper served at 6:45 p. m. Loren A. Ames, W. M. Charles W. Watts, Sec'y Call CH2-I368 For Complete REFRIGERATION Servict Domestic, Commercial, Auto, Air-Conditioning. WIGHTMAN We Rent Cars MOORE CHEVROLET • OLDS 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 D & D AERIAL SPRAY Contact us for your Timber, Brush, Weed and Insect controJ needs- It doesn't cost, it Pays! C o n a r d Airport — CH2-3953, CH 2-5542 or Rantoul 2-F-2. Livestock —34 KROR SALE—6 Angus steersi Jlgfit weight. Tom Liggett^ 4U YORKSHIRE piRs~Willlara I. HInk, Wllllamsburg, phone 3154. ^. Farm Equipment —35 FOlT SALE— \f&M 3-b -ba.r side delivery 7-ft. mower. Dial rake; International _CHJ-1S02. _ _ ___ FOR SALE— Model B~ "r\r rrTall """tractor and cultivator, $390; ^International pull-type corn planter. j£75. L. GnUltb, Rantoul, . j£75 iaf

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