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fh« OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday* May 6, 1959 News Briefs Charles E. Ledom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ledom, 418 N. Sycamore, finished six months barber schooling at Wichita and County Buys New Flatbed Truck The county commissioners today bought an International flat bed truck on a bid of $1,599.11 by the Sheldon Truck & Tractor Co. The truck will be used by the county noxious weed supervisor, Rollo E. Thompson, to replace one that was damaged recently in a wreck. The damaged truck goes as a trade-in on the new began working where he lives. in Lawrence S. S. Bcrgsma of Ottawa, vocational agriculture instructor at Ottawa High School, served as judge in the annual Douglas County spring show of beef cattle at Lawrence Saturday. Twenty - five breeders had exhibits. Wilky's Pottery—Garden urns, Bird baths, jardinieres, etc. Vt mi. So. (East lane) Hiwy 59. Adv. Marshall Allen will hold a public auction at 322 W. 15th on Friday starting at 1:30 p.m. Robert L. Shields, Paola, one of tion is the 54 "more successful insurance Friday, agents" selected by Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., to attend a 2-week Career School in Milwaukee, Wise., returned home benetit. this weekend. Shields is associated patmg. with the Corlett J. Cotton district agency, Lawrence, of the Joseph D. McTigue general agency, Kansas City. He attended the seminar April 20 to May 1. Chauffeur licenses due July 1st. Renew now — avoid penalty. Adv. Dr. Roy W. Browning of 0. U. today is in Hillsboro as a member of a committee inspecting Ta bor College. The state department of public instruction appointed the group to consider ac crediting the four-year curriculum of the institution. The first two years are now accredited by the state. Stock Car Races, Sat. Kite, 7:30. Adv. Fire divorces were granted yesterday in District Court, as follows: Adelbert Hurt from Alice Hurt, Norma Jean Yakle from Frank C. Yakle, Dixie L. Heinitz from Kenneth G. Heinitz, Betty Glenn from Dale Glenn, each for gross neglect of duty, and Dorothy Jane Burns from Dale L o r e n Burns, for abandonment. Remember Mother's Day this Sunday, May 10. For that big selection of gifts go to Irwin's 204 one. Sheldon's bid was not the lowest submitted, but Hie commissioners decided to buy that truck because its 140.8 horespower was bigger than that of any other truck bid in. The other bids: Robertson Motor Co., a Studebaker, 338 h-p., $1,467.29; Minnick Motor Co., Dodge, 135 h.p., $1,590; Moore Bros., Chevrolet, 135 h.p., $1,861: Price Motor Co., Ford, 139 h.p., $1,635.56. OHS Business Pupils To Be "Interviewed" Something novel in Ottawa High School business student's education is being done Thursday and riday. The office machine classes will be interviewed by Ottawa business firms, just for the -students' benefit. Six firms are partici- Hospital Notes Admitted . Mrs. Ila Fern AcWey, 90S N. Hickory; June Jones, 1116 N. Sycamore; Tuesday. E. E. Hendrix, 'Williamsburg; Miss Ruth Carr, 515 S. Hickory; today. Dismissed Mrs. Nellie L. Drum, Westphalia; Emit B. Ludolph, Westphalia; Wanda Good, Rantoul; Mrs. Dave Miller and baby daughter, , Wellsville; today. Fallout Reaching Earth Faster Now The students will take an application to the firms, which will conduct an actual interview. The management will make out the form, rating the student. The interviews are designed to give students an opportunity to see how businesses conduct such sessions and find weak points the interviewee's approach. Secrecy Remains In Lynch Matter POPLARVILLE,. Miss. (AP)-A mantle of secrecy hung over the Mack Charles Parker case today as officers continued to look for clues that might lead to the lynch mob that shot/the 23-year-old Negro truck driver to death. A six-man coroner's jury ruled Tuesday that two bullet wounds killed Parker. He was awaiting trial on a charge of raping a pregnant white woman when a band of eight or 10 masked men kid- naped him from an ungarded jail here April 25. No bullets were in, the body when an FBI agent and a highway patrolman pulled it from the Pearl River near Bogalusa, La., Monday. But FBI Agent Joseph Myers told the jury there were two holes in the body, one in the side and the other near the breastbone. Two hours after the inquest about 100 Negroes attended funeral services for Parker in a cemetery about one mile from his home outside Lumberton. Car Acciden Results In Damages To Both Major damage was done to both vehicles in an accident which occurred at 7th and Main Tuesday afternoon. There were no injuries. A car driven by Roger Allen Nearmyer, 16, 722 E. 9th was turning from 7th to Main when it was struck from the rear by a car driven by Mrs. Dorothy Ann Zook, 22, 712 Pecan. Authorities said Mrs. Zook didn't see Nearmyer's vehicle. Deaths DR. THEODORE 0. CLARK Dr. Theodore 0. Clark, 72, Waverly, died this morning at h i s home after a three-month illness. He was a veterinary and had lived in Waverly 13 years. He By JOE HALL WASHINGTON (AP)- Radioactive fallout from huge Soviet nuclear weapons tests is concentrated in the Northern Hemisphere and reaches the earth much faster than expected, top government scientists now believe. Their testimony on the Soviet- produced fallout was presented to a Senate-House Atomic Energy subcommittee Tuesday. The scientists said fallout from United States and British tests also was descending faster than they had originally estimated, though not at the rate of the Sovt et - produced debris. Atomic. Energy Commission Chairman John A. McCone sounded a reassuring note. In a speech to the National Press Club, McCone said a scientific advisory committee soon "will give further reassurance to the people of the world about the very small hazard resulting from fallout." The three nuclear powers—the Soviet Union, Britain and the United States—are in the North ern Hemisphere where the falloul rate is highest. At Geneva they now are trying to reach agreement to suspend all atomic tests. Dr. Willard F. Llbby, the scien tist member of the AEC, told the subcommittee in 1957 he believec the radioactive debris falls to earth in 5 to 10 years. Tuesday he said he had modified his thinking considerably. He es timated that Soviet fallout, mostlj from tests in the Far North, de scends in one year. That from U.S and British blasts, principally in the Pacific near the equator takes four to five years, he said Dr. Lester Machta, U.S. Weath er Bureau meteorologist, testifiet that strontium 90—one of the mos deadly fallout substances — i much heavier in the north temper First Published in the Ottawa Herald April 28, 1059) (Lost Published In the Ottawa Herald May 13, 1959) tale of Kansas, Franklin County, si: In the Probate Court of said County and Slate. Case No. 10-342. In the Matter of the Estate of Dorothy tae Mllward, an insane person, Notice of Hearing The State of Kansas o All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition as been Hied in said Court by James Mllward, guardian of the person and atate of Dorothy Mao Milward, an inane pcrscn, praying for an order of he Court directing him to sell the f owing described real estate, to-wlt: An undivided one-half Interest In and to the North 26 feet of Lot 4 and South 12 feet of Lot 3, Block 26, Solomon Addition to the City ot Baxter Springs, Cherokee County, Kansas nd you are hereby required to file our written defenses thereto on or he- ore the 22nd day of May, 1959, at ten 'clock A. M. of said day, In said court, n the City of Ottawa, at which time nd place said cause will be heard, hould you fall therein, judgment and ecree will be entered In duo course poo said petition. JAMES H, MILWARD. Petitioner. OLEASON, OLEASON, DOTY & LOGAN, Attorneys for Petitioner. S. Main. Adv. Suit for Judgment of $160 was filed in Franklin County Court yesterday by Oliver R. Taylor against 0. A. Spegal. Taylor seeks payment on a note given for purchase of a two-wheel trailer and air compressor. Cadet Lt. Fred Harder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reid Harder, will participate in the formal inspection of the ROTC Detachment at Kansas State College of Pittsburg, Thursday and Friday. Ellis Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-4431. A former Ottawan, Cary L. Hill has been named head of industrial arts in Oklahoma State University, college of education. His relatives in Ottawa are, two sisters, Mrs. Orpha Jones and Mrs. James Durbin and a brother, H. D. Hill. He is a graduate of Ottawa High School. Miss Ruby V. Miller, Ottawa, received a clipping from the Baylor University newspaper by Miss Christina Garnett, discussing the Cuban revolution. The clipping was sent to Miss Miller by Dr. Gonzales Pina. Beautyland, CH2-4347, Mozelle Gagne - Jo Rftey - Bula Cummings. Adv. Ray Howell, 722 S. Oak, RFD 4 mail carrier, is reported in satisfactory condition in Ransom Memorial Hospital. He received rib injuries about a week ago when his car went into a ditch, which were complicated by pneumonia. Latimer community will have a potluck supper at the school Friday at 7 p.m. An open meeting of persons interested in a concert association for Ottawa will be held Thursday at 8:30 p.m. in First Baptist Church parlor. All interested persons are invited to attend. Orvllle Hayward, 712 E. 9th, manager of A. & P. grocery, broke an ankle last evening when he slipped on a wet board while carrying out trash at home. It was believed at the time that the injury was a sprain. X-rays at Ran- eom Memorial Hospital this morning revealed the ankle fracture which was placed in a cast this afternoon. He will be confined to his home at least three weeks, his physician reports. Barking Dogs Aren't Illegal Judge Says HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)-A judge ruled here that dog owners cannot be required by law to keep their dogs from barking. ''As a matter of fact, you can't keep a dog from barking unless you kill it," he added. County Judge William A. Miller tossed out a $50 fine against L.F. Schelever Jr., owner of the Idlewood Kennels. The judge, without calling witnesses, ruled also that Schelever did not force the dogs to bark. The kennel owner was fined March 17 in Corporation Court for keeping barking dogs that made unnecessary noises. He appealed to County Court. The complaint was filed by neighbors. was born March 15, 1886, at Overbrook. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Anna May Clark; one son, Theron R. Clark, Ottawa; one daughter, Mrs. Ruth A. McKiernan, Arlington, Va.; three grandchildren, one brother, J. C. Clark, Overbrook; and four sisters, Mrs. Charles Jones, Overbrook; Mrs. Lydia Allen and Mrs. Joseph Owens, Lawrence; and Mrs. Katie Coursen, Osage City. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.,m. in Bethel Church. Dr. Gordon Thompson of Baldwin will ate zone. He said that over-all fallout in the Northern Hemisphere probblj is 2Vi times the world average. This spring, after the big Sovie blasts of last October, "promise to produce the highest fallout rat of any spring this far," the mete orologist said. Paris Strike Stops II Traffic There PARIS (AP)—A 24-hour strike by railway engineers today virtu ally shut down rail traffic between Paris and its suburbs. Traffic jams developed along the main roads leading into the city as commuters struggled to get to work by bus, auto, motor scooter and thumb. The Communist-lead union of locomotive engineers is demanding a 40-hour week instead of the present 44, bigger bonuses and a better pension plan. officiate. Burial Union Cemetery. will be in Funerals MRS. MARGERITE BLEDSOE Services for Mrs. Margerite Bledsoe, who died May 2, were at Towner's Funeral Chapel May 5. Rev. Wayne Caldwell officiated. Pallbearers were Walt Willis, Finnel Ward, Fred Wilson, Ernest Hazen, William West and Joe Fitzgerald. Mrs. Ervin Happy sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. Lawrence Ott. Burial was in Antioch Cemetery. AMBUlAr/CE SERVICE SMt«.MAtM-OTTAW»,,KA!«»S Local Markets .|.9t , 2.0 Legats Legate Commencing &t a pcmt on the North line of said Sec. 38, and 112.3 feet Hast ot the N. W. corner of the B. ot the E. Vi ot the N. W. ot said . Sec. 36, thence South to the center Hue of the Karate dea Cyanes River, thence In an easterly direction along (he cen ter line of said river to the East line ot said W. thence North to the —1 A. M. OB th* 1st ot June, 19(8, at the office ot the Clerk of the District Court in Ottawa, Kansas to meat and make their appraliem«nt and awes* damage*, U any. ,/«/ JAMES O. ALEXANDER /»/ J. A. MILTON ft/ X. J. BARNES omen Wanted _ — • M ot-eRAfom «rc« (First Published April 52, 1859) (Last Published May 6, 1959) itate of Kansas, Franklin County, SB. In the Probate Court of said Cpunty and State. IB the Matter of the Estate of Katie A. Warner, deceased. Notice of Appointment The State of Kansas to the creditors. eirs, legatees, devisees and all others /ho may be concerned tn the Estate ot <atle A. Warner, deceased: You are hereby notified that Rose V. VtcAuley was appointed on April IS, 959, and qualified April 21, 1959. as Administratrix of the Estate of Katie A. Warner, deceased: that all creditors must exhibit their demands against sar.l Estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by law; and that f their demands are not thus exhibited hey shall tie forever barred. Dated at Ottawa, Franklin County. Kansas, this 22nd day of April. 1959. ROSE V. McAULEY, Administratrix. BOWERS A BOWERS, Attorneys for Administratrix. North line of said Bee. 35. thence West to the, point of beginning, except &1! that part thereof lying North and Bant of Wilson Creek, containing 6.93 acres, more or lets; also, beginning at the N. E. corner of the 8. E. 14 of the 8. E. 14 of the S. W. 14 of Sec. 26, Twp. 168., Rng. in E., Franklin County, Kansas, thence North 308 feet, thence Bast 238.1 feet, thence North 288 feet, thence In a Southwesterly direction to a point 208 feet North of the point ot beginning, thence In the Southwesterly direction to, a point 160 feet West of the point ot beginning, thence East 150 feet to the place of beginning, containing 1.13 acres, more or less. Tract No. 124-s Earl Sink, Vern Sink and Ernest Sink. houte 4, Ottawa, Kansas. A perpetual flow-way easement over and across the following described real estate, which easement precludes any right to construct, maintain, replace oj repair any buildings or any other structures which would In anyway impair or retard the normal flow of high water over and across the described property: Ail that part of the N. W. V*. of Sec. 35, Twp. 16. S., Rng. 19 E., Franklin County, Kansas, described as follows: Beginning at a point 112.3 feet East and 330 feet South of the N. W. corner of the E. H of the E. H of the N. W. »i of said Seo. 35, thence South to the center line of the Marals dea Cygnes River, thence in a Westerly direction following along the center line of aald rivor to the West line of the E. % of the N. W. M of said Sec. 35, thence North along this said West line to a point due West of the point of beginning .thence East to the point of beginning, containing 10.6 acres, more or less. 18 to 48, steady work, good paid holidays, Insurance and other fringe benefit*. Apply Mod$-0-Day Corporation. 403MB, Main. Tract Vo. 1!5 Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Classified Display (l«c«1) 130 per Hn» Classified Display (National) 20o per line •pedal Discount Contract Rate* Available. Save 10%—PayCash 11% Discount ok Local ad* paid by 5 p. m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINL 11 a-m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATE* Out ot trade territory, »c per word per insertion. Ne discount, 1 Insertion per word 4e 3 Insertions per word ............ «o < insertions per word .......... 14o 39 insertloni per line 13.00 Minimum charge TOc Card of Thanks..4c Jer word—70o mln. 1 inch Lodge Notices, set with emblem IJl.M I insertion! no chant* ........ fi.10 Card of Thanks —4 (Published May 8, 19591 In the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas. Case No. 21-128. In the matter of the condemnation of ,and by the City of Ottawa, Kansas lor flood protection purposes. Publication Notice To: Barley Beans Wheat 1.78 Rye .80 White and yellow corn 1.03 Shelled 1.08 Oats .70 Milo 1.75 Butterfat .53, .50 Eggs, straight run 16 Graded 23, .20, .16 Heavy Hens 08 Cocks Light Hens .05 .06 Ottawa, Kansas CH 2-1331 Much Used Carpets Keep New Look Carpets are made to walk on to be sure and with occasional attention to spots and traffic lanes they will stay looking new. Once carpets are clean its keep the over-all new look by removing spots with Blue Lustre Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner. This famous brand is the favorite of some carpet mills. One textile engineer said, "It's the best we've found." One half gallon of Blue Lustre cleans three 9x12 rugs. MALOTT Hardware Bennett Creamery Company, North Walnut, Ottawa^ Kansas, Ruel W. Mitchell, SIS West 4th Street, Ottawa, Kansas, Norten H. Torgerson and Mary Ann Torgerson, 2 Long Peek Avenue, Grec- ley, Colorado, Carl L. Kennedy, 304 Olive, Ottawa. Kansas, Frank L. Ma\- lory and Mayme Alleen Mallory, 216 Tecumsch, Ottawa, Kansas, Ottawa Savings and Loan Association, 109 East Second, Ottawa, Kansas, Frank S. Cannady and Elma J. Canr.ady, Route No. 1, Ottawa, Kansas, Leonard R. Crane and Gertrude May Crane, '224 Tecum- sen. Ottawa. Kansas, Earl Sink, Vern Sink, and Ernest Sink, Route 4, Ottawa, Kansas, Pearl Edwards and Jua- nlta Edwards, 812 North Locust, Ottawa, Kanias, Owen Ogle and Haztl Ogle. 630 Cleveland, Ottawa, Kansas Mlnty Mae Sample, 318 North Locust. Ottawa, Kansas, Eva J. McDonald, Jes- slf Pearl Stevens, Henry Barton Hays. Lebert Leonard Hayes. Pauline Fay Parrlsh, and Alzlra Boyd, c-o Mlnty May Sample, 118 North Locust, Ottawa, Kansas, Walter S. Plerson, 117 South Elm, Ottawa, Kansas, Jess Underwood. 625 North Cedar, Ottawa. Kansas, Board of County Commissioners. Frank- n County Court House, Ottawa, Kanas, Robert S. Hill. 428 South Locust, ttawa, Kansas. Herbert F. Branson, 03 North Mulberry .Ottawa, Kansas. oe Wakcfield, 719 Lincoln. Ottawa. ansas. Edwin Moler and Luellen Moer, 820 South Elm, Ottawa, Kansas, homas D. Liggett, 334 South Mulberry, ttawa, Kansas, William C. Cunningam, 425 South Oak. Ottawa, Kansas, ue Bell Ho'obs and Eleanor Hobos. 19 Walton, Ottawa. Kansas: Janell Icn, Janclle Rice. 611 East 4th Street. ttawa, Kansas, Cyrus Williams Heclrick r C. W. Hedrlck. B27 King, Ottawa, <ansas. Anita Marie Vann. 817 South Loust, Ottawa, Kansas, Louis G. Ames, 12 North Sycamore, Ottawa, Kansas, ames F. Adams and James A. Blackball, 104 North Maple, Ottawa, Kansas, nd Oily Strahan Basfle, 104 North Elm rttawa, Kansas, the unknown heirs. uccessors, trustees and assigns of the ttawa Town Company and all unknown pouses, heirs, administrators, executors, rustees and assigns of any and all of the bove captvoned persons, partnerships r corporations and the unknown fruar- ians of any of the above captioned arsons -who are or may be minors or nywlse under legal disability, and all ither persons who may he concerned You and each of you are hereby lotlfied that the City of Ottawa, Kanas has Instituted condemnation pro- :nedlngs In the District Court of Frank- Pear! Kchvnrds and Juanita Edwards, S12 North Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Ottawa Savings & Loan Association, 109 East Second, Ottawa, Kansas. The S. E. H of the S. E. Vi of the S. W. V*. of Sec. 26, Twp. 16 S., Rng. 19 E., Franklin County, Kansas, containing 10 acres, more or less. Tract No. 1*6 Owen Ople and Hazol Ogle, 630 Cleveland, Ottawa, Kansas. Beginning at the N. E. corner of the S. E. J ,-i of the S. E. IJ of the S. W. H of Sec. 26, Twp. 16 S., Rng. 19 E., Franklin County, Kansas, the same being a point 960 feet West of the point of intersection of the West line of Cleveland Avenue and the North line of Forest Street, produced, City of Ottawa, Kansas, thence North 208 feet, thence £ast 236.4 feet, thence North 285 feet. thence East 424 feat, thence South SO feet, thence . West 171 feet, thence in a Southwesterly direction to a point 194.5 feet due East ot point of beginning, thence West to point of beginning, containing 2.91 acres, more or less. Tract Xo. 130 Board of County Commissioners, Franklin County Court House, Ottawa, Kansas. Lots 21, 23, 25, 27, 14. 16. and N. % of Lot 18, the S. ',4 of Lot 22, and all of Lot 24. in Block 76: Lots 29, 31, 33, and 35, Block 77, Lots 14. 16, 18, of We sincerely express our appreciation to all relatives, nelghbois and friends for the many kindnesses shown us in our recent bereavement, especially to the ladles who sent food and prepared the dinner: Mmes. Lee Hermreck, Jim Kueser, El Bennett, Arthur Anderson, Carrie Reh, Frank Jackson, Maxine anil Marie Peed and M!ss Susan Schwegman.—signed: Carl Rublck, John and Faye Rubick, Alvm Rubick. Sewing Machine Operators or Trainees We need experienced sewing machine operators — or we will train girls between the ages of 18-35. We have good working conditions. V 7 paid holidays. VPaid vacation- V Retirement pension. V Company insurance. V Steady employment. V 5-day week; hours 8 to B. BRUCE CO., Inc. Subsidiary of The H. D. Lee Co. 120 E. 15th St. CH 2-5157 General Services Lost and Found LOST or strayed — Guernsey cow[ milking. Wlllamsburg 2131. Joseph Va- vrlcek. 20, 22, and 24, Block 77. the W. Lots 9 and 11, Block 78, the East 25 feet of Lots 9. 11. 13, and 15. Block 78, and all of Lots 20. 22, 24, and 26, in Block 78, oil in the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. Tract No. 131 Robert S. Hill. 426 South Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Lots 8, in. and 12, Blocfc 76, Lota 7. 9, 11, nnd 23, Block 77, the West Eddie, Liz Will Marry HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Eddie Fisher says he and Elizabeth Taylor will marry in Las Vegas, Nev., next Tuesday with Michael Todd Jr. serving as best man. Fisher said the two had planned to marry the 14th. "I don't finish here until the 12th," the singer said in a phone call from the desert resort. "And of course we would never be married on the 13th. So we bad planned to get married the 14th, But Michael cabled us that he has m with a JOHN DEERE Side-Delivery RAKE It'i the leaves that count in hay. The more leaves you save, the more your hay is worth in feeding value. 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Stt tht new electric ranftt at your itolfi't rifht away ... ana' LIVE BETTER...£/etf//tf//X I IANSAS CITY POWER t LIGHT COMPANY Notices COFFMAN'S WELDING SERVICE is open for business at 311 W. Wilson. Tancred Commandery No. 11, K. T. Stated Conclave, Thursday, May 7th at 7:00 p. m. Conferring the Order of Red Cross and Order of Malta. John W. Taylor, E. C. Charles W. Watts, Rac. UNION CHAPTER No. 15 0. fe. S. Wednesday Evening, May 20, 8:00 p. m Stated Meeting. Grand Chapter Reports. Visitors welcome. Refreshments. Jo. Tetwiler, W.M. Lavern Pence, Secy. —29 WANTED—Ironings to do. CH 2-2194. ~* V LIGHT'"HA't:LING and Trash—CHTSaSSI WANTED—Lawns to mow. Call after »V _CH_2-4716. ' KNAPP SHOES — Lee Carter, 1328 WiC low. CH 2-3659. ' „ EAVES gutter, forced air heating. Ira ''. Meade. CH 2-3508. ,, LAWNS TO MOW. Phone CH J-338K ' Myron Blunk at Rayburn's. 151SXD ANIMALS removed, itaadard • Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa—« CHjMOM. __ WANTED—Baby sitting in my home. ., Will go to your home in evening. CH 2-3258. m POULTRY processing same location, rear entrance. Tuesday, Thursday, v Friday and Saturday morning. Anton* Produce, 413 S. Mc.ln. HENRY~I£BAN" — "Hydr'auUe jack »w£ v,vice, small engine repair. New and used jacks tor sale. 715 Willow. WALLPAPER removed by steam. PalaCi i tag, papering. Conrad's Spray, Painters and Decorators. Phone C11 1-SMI. AERIAL Spraying—For information and estimates contact Chuck LeMaster. ~ phone CH 2-2816. LeMaster Spraying, Inc. 50 feet of the N. of Lots 9 and 11, Block 78, the West 125 feet of Lots 13 and 15, Block 78, and all of of Lots 17. 19, 21 and 23, In Block 78, in the City of Ottawa, In Franklin County, Plants Nurseries — Seeds — Kansas. Tract No. 13J —16 in County, Kansas against certain ands hereinafter described in Franklin County, Kansas: Tract No. Ill ?ennett Creamery Company. Vorth Walnut, Ottawa, Kansas. AH that part of Block 32, City of Ot- awa, Kansas, described as follows: Beginning at a point 7.8 feet South of he N. E. rorner of Lot "C", thence, West parallel to the North line of Lot distance of 103.4 feet, thence «outh 2 feet, thence West 46.4 feet the Bast line of Walnut Street, thenre South to the S. W. corner of Lot "E", hence in an easterly direction along he South line of Lot "E ' to the S. FJ. corner of Lot "E", thence North to the of beginning. Tract No. 1l7a ?ennett Creamery Company, •Jorth Walnut. Ottawa, Kansas. A temporary right-of-way with right if ingress and egress over and across he following described real estate dur- ng construction of flood protection works: All that part of Block 32, City if Ottawa. Kansas, described ns folows: Beginning at a point 14.5 feet South of the N. E. corner of Lot "A'-, hence West 40.5 feet, thence South 4.5 ett. tlier.ce West 15.4 feet, thence South 6 feet to the South 'Ine of Lot thence West 30 feet, thence In a •esterly direction 19.2 feet, more s, to a point 7.8 feet South and >et East of tin N. W. corner or Lot "C", thence West 46.6 feet to the 2ast line of Walnut Street, thence South feet, thence East 46.6 feet, thence •Jorth 2 feet, thence East 303.4 feet to he Kast line of Lot "C", thence North 8.3 feet to the point of beginning. Tract No. I1H Ruel W. Mitchell, 315 West 4th Street, Ottawa, Kansas. Bennett Creamery Company, North Walrut, Ottawa, Kansas. Lot." 12, 14. and 16. in Block 31. City of Ottawa, Kansas, and Lots "A" ti Inclusive in Shlia* SuhriiviMon of Jot 18 in P'""k 31, Cily of Ottawa, Cansas. "t NJ. IIP H. Ti -rspn and Mary Ann Torgerson. 2 Long Peek Avenue, Greeley. Colorado. All that part of Block 31. City nf Ottawa, Kansas, desciibed as follows: Beginning at the 5. W. corner of Lot 10, thence East aloni; *hc lot line a distance of 73 feet, lher.ce in a norti-- westerly direction to a point on the West line of Lot 8 and 2 feet South of he N. W. corner of Lot 8. thence South 43 feet to the point of beginning. Tract No. 120 Carl L. Kennedy, 904 Olive, Ottawa. Kansas. The Kast 37 feet of Lot 1. Block tl. in the City of Ottawa. Kansas, subject to an alley way 16 feet in width running East and West across said ground 150 feet South of the North line and subject to a sewer right-of-way. Tract No. Ul Frank L. Malloiy and Mayme Alleen Mallory, 218 Tecumseh, Ottawa, Kansas. Ottawa Savings and Loan Association, 10!) East Second, Ottawa. Kansas. The East 37~.5 feet of the Weat 113 feet of Lot 1, Block SI, in the City of Ottawa, Kansas, subject to an alley way 16 feet in width running East and West across raid ground 150 feet South of the North line ,and subject to a sewor right-of-way. Tract No. 152 Frank S. Cnnnady and Elma J. Cannady. Route 1. Ottawa. Kansas. The East 37.6 feet of the West 75.5 feet of Lot 1, In Block 31, in the City of Ottawa, Kansas, subject to a sewer right-of-way. Tract No. 123 Leonard R. Crane and Gertrude Mny Crane, 224 Tecumseh, Ottawa, Kansas. The West 37.9 feet of Lot 1, In Block 31, City of Ottawa, Kansas. Tract No. I'M Earl Stnfc, Vern Sink nnd Ernest Sink. Route 4 .Ottawa, Kansas. All that part of tha N. W. VI of Sec. 38, Twp. 188., Rng 19 E., Franklin County, Kansas, described, u follows; Herbert F. Branson, 303 North Mulberry, Ottawa, Kinscs. Lots 25 nrrt 27. In Block 77. City Of Ottawa, in Franklin County, Kansas. Tract No. 133 JOP Wakefield, 719 Lincoln, Ottawa, Kansas. Lots 10 and 12, Block 77. in the City of Ottawa, in Franklin County, Kansas. Tract No. 134 F.rlwin Moler and Luellen Moler, £20 South Kim. Ottawa, Kansas. Lots 10. 12, 34, 16. and 18. Block 78. in the Cily of Ottawa, in Franklin County, Kansas. Tract No. 13S Thomas T). ?34 South Mulberry. Ottawa, Kansas. Ail of that portion in the N. W. corner of the S. E. ij of Sec. 36, Twp 16. Rng. 19, Franklin County, Kansas, which lies T^ortl-i of the alley in Block 2, Cloud's Addition to the City of Ottawa, an, nnd West of the right-of-way of the Missouri Pacific Railway Company, containing 3 acres, more or less. Tract No. "13Sa Thos. D. Liggett, 334 South Mulberry. Ottawa. Kanpas. All that part of Block 2, Cloud's Addition, an addition to the City of Ottawa. Franklin County. Kansas, de- rorihed as follows: Beginning at the N. W. corner of Lot 13, thence South 35 feet, thence East on a line parallel o the North line of Third Street to the West right-of-way line of the Mis sourl Pacific Railroad Company, thence in a. northwesterly direction along said right-of-way line to a point due East of beginning, thence West to the point of beginning. Tract No. 136 Wlllinm C. Cunningham, 425 South Oak, Ottawa, Kansas. The East 100 feet of the S. ^ of Lot 5. and the Enst 100 feet of Lot 7. Block 7fi. City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. Tract No. 137 Lne Bell Hobhs .and Eleanor Hobbs, ?3f) Waiton. Ottawa, Kansas. Lot fi, Block 76, City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. Tract No. 138 .Tnnell Bicn - Janelle Rice. 621 East 4th Street, Ottawa. Kansas. Lots 19. 21 and the N. \4 of Lot 28. BlocK 6, in ihe C'ty of Ottawa, in Franklin County, Kansas. Tract No. 139 Cyrus William Hedrlck or C. W. Hedrick, 627 King, Ottawa, Kansas. The R. CHRYSANTHEMUM plants, many"coT- ors and newer varieties. A. F. Lewis, Brick house west of 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, Lo- belio, Ageratum, Salvia, Coleus, Phlox, Sultana, etc. 12 in Market Pak, 59c and 79c. Potted Geraniums, 3 in. 3 for $1.00. Also other plants and perennials. Davis Orchard & Greenhouse, Baldwin, Kas. McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 We Rent Cars MOORE CHEVROLET • OLDS Men Wanted —19 of Lot 23. all of Lots 25 and 27, and the N. '•'.- of Lot 29 in Block 8, In the City of Ottawa, Kansas. Tract No. HO Anita M.irie Vann, 817 South Locust, Ottawa. Kansas. The S. of Lot 29 and all of Lot Jl Ploclt 31. City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. Tract 141 OTTAWA STEEL NEEDS EXPERIENCED HELP Welders $I.I4-$I.84 Machine Operators $1.44-$1.84 Assemblers $ 1.44 - $ 1.74 DAY OR NIGHT SHIFT Ottawa Steel Division 1313 N. Hickory Phone CH 2-2200 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. Call CH2-1368 For Complete REFRIGERATION Service Domestic, Commercial, Auto, Air-Conditioning. WIGHTMAN Men Wanted —19 ROUTE MAN to take over local route. 1( you qualify, can start at $90 to $llu per week guarantee, no experience required. Apply State Employment Office, Wednesday, May 6th, 3 p. m., for interview. FLOOR COVERING Tile — Yard Goods 6' _ 9' — 12' Widths. Goodyear Sanduran Armstrong BUDGE'S HARDWARE Positions Wtd. —Women —30 WANT housework mornlnga—CH 2-36 Waat_To Borrow —33 WANfBD~Tb" BORROW $4,000.00. Will pay 8% Interest Write Box R-44, c-o Ottawa Herald. Livestock —34 OLD LEGAL RESERVE Life Insurance Co. has opening for full time agent in Ottawa. Ages 22 to 45. Up to $400 a month to start. Experience not nec- eswary. For full Information write Box 241, Manhattan, Kansas. C. W. Hedrick, 627 King, Ottawa, Kansas. Lots 33 and 35 In Block 8, in the City of Ottaw.i. Kansas, Tract No. 142 Louis O. Ames, 912 North Sycamore, Otlawa. Kansas. Lots 20. 22, 24, 2fi. and 28. Block 8. In the City ot Ottawa. In Franklin County, Kansas. Tract \o. 143 C. W. Hcdrlck, 627 King, Ottawa, Kansas. Lots 30 anil 32 1n Block 8, in the City of Ottawa, Kansas. Tract \o. 144 The Ottawa Co-operative Association, 302 North Main. Ottawa, Kansas. Lets 1. 3, 5. and the North 20 feet of Lot 7. in Block 21. City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. Tract Xo. 145 James F. Adams and James A. Blackwell, 104 North Maple, Ottawa, Kansas. Lots 27, IS, 26. 28 nnd 30, Block 40. and the S. V. of Lot 13 and all of Lots 15. 17. S3. 15, 27, 29, 31, 33, and 35. Block 41. all In the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. Tract >o. 14B James F. Adams, 104 North Maple, Ottawa. Kansas. Lois 31. 33. 35, and the S. % of Lot 24. and all of Lots 32, 34, and 36, Block 40, and Lots 19 and 21, Block 41, all in the City of Ottawa, in Franklin County, K.insns. Tract >•<>. 147 Oily Strahnr. Basile, 104 North Elm, Ottawa, Kansas. All that part of Lots 14, 16, and 18. Block 4J, City of Ottawa, described as follows: Beginning at a point 5 feet South of the N. W. corner of Lot 14. thence South along the East line ot alley In Block 41, a distance of 36 feet. thence tn a Southeasterly direction 31 feet, more or less, to a point 75 feet F.ast and 66 feet South of the point of beginning, thence In a Northeasterly direction 100 feet to a point 5 feet South of the N. E. corner of Lot 14, thence West 150 feet to the place of beginning. all In Block 41. City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, containing 0.15 acres, more or less. The Court has appointed Jame» G. Alexander, J. A. Milton and E. J. Barnes, three disinterested householders of this Court, to meet and view the landP taken for the purpose of appraiB- ine the lands to he taken. Said Com- FIRESTONE Tire & Rubber Co. wants man under 35 with successful selling background and «preferably college. Must be 'ambitious and have Store Manager potential. Immediate placement in Ottawa Store. Good salary, insurance benefits, and paid vacation. Phone CH 2-2468 and arrange interview. 15 WEANLING pigs. George Lawa, Wll- Jlamsburs. __^_^_ FROR SALB^fT Angus »tee"rsi light weigh t.__Tom_Liflsett. 14 RE6ISTEREB Hampshire ewes with lambs. Kalph Bloomer, 1 couth, \ west Rantoul. ~OJ^7~~h^ad~Harnpshrre sheiep and 7 Hamp gilts with 49 pigs. 1 mile south of Ottawa on 59 Highway. Dixon. FOR SALE — Two purebred Chester White gilts, bacon type; and 15 piga 3 weeks old. Howard Winters, 3 we« of Princeton. Farm Equipment^ —35° FOR SALE—RubSer-tlred wagon, rack with sides. J. C. McDaniels. 3 miles _S i OUth_of_Balclwin_Phone_2223.___ FOR SALE—Model B " Farma'lV tractor and cultivator, S390. International pull-type corn planter. J75. L. L. Griffith, Rantoul, Kansas. Salesmen —20 SALESMAN Wanted to sell advertising specialties, premiums and calendars. Write Box O-44, c-o Ottawa Herald. Men and Women Wtd A -—23 WANTED—Watkins dealer in Franklin or Anderson County. Write Erne.«t Hornberger, RFD 2, Baldwin, Kansas. Women Wanted —24 will meet 10 o'clock WANTED CLERKS . TYPISTS 5-Day, 40-Hour Week Group Benefits Paid Vacation After One Year's Service. Air-Conditioned Office RATE OF PAY 1.24 per Hour Ottawa Steel Division 1315 N. Hickory Phone CH 2-2200 FOR SALE- 'S? Ford F-800 Truck Tractor, air, 2-speed, 5th Overdrive, excel- lent tires, 5th wheel - and tanks Nicest used Truck we've ever had. TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. Phone CH 2-1463 IOOK 10 THE Call CH 2*4700

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