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The OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, May 7, 1959 News Briefs Wollcn, son of Dr. and irs. Olln Wollen and James F. faham, «on of Mr. and Mrs. Symond Graham, passed a board review test with honors for their Star rank, Boy Scouts of America. Members of the board ere, C. R. Pointer, Clyde Ray- pnd Smith and Virgil L. Smith. lax Allen, Pomona, filed suit for a $105 judgment against J. C. iSwallow, 1123 N. Popular, in Justice Court. *£. U. elementary music education class, taught by Mrs. Edgar ,.D. Kerr, is in Kansas City today f<«a an all-day tour arranged by ID?. Robert Milton, director of pub- uic school music in Kansas City v schools. Mr. Milton arranged the | tour and will personally conduct |the class to show how vocal and {Instrumental music is taught by ; music specialists and classroom teachers in the Kansas City ^school system. Mrs. Kerr, Prof. *Rfcrr and Mrs. A. B. Martin, a ..former music teacher, accompa- ;fiied the class. 1 The Boss is in Wichita. Come an and save 20 per cent on gifts. jHelen Jackson, Ass't. Mgr. of £ta!f ford's. Adv. «£ Dental inspection of Ottawa jun- j;3or and senior high school stu- jijdents were being completed this ; r jporning. The . check was start- red yesterday. Students beihg ;<*hecked were those who had fail; ed to return reports showing I Checkups by their dentists. '•.T ?f Gil Shannon of Topeka, repre- ; ; Renting the State Board of Agri- f Culture, met with the County ; Board today and consideration ;'was given of next year's noxious ; weed budget. Only two of the com: missioners could be present today, '-and it is expected that final action will be taken at the regular greeting tomorrow. 4 Tickets Issued lor County Court .'•Tour citations lor violation of ay regulations were issued ^yesterday. •_ f ' John Bontrager of Hutchinson •JSvas cited for driving without jKproper registration of a vehicle, %te was cited by State Trooper Kenneth Cook, near Wellsville, CShd is to appear in County Court f'oji May 9 at 10 a. m. s /,' I : Cited also by Cook was H. R. ; Perry of RFD 4, Ottawa, charged y^with failing to yield right-of-way •J'/At a stop sign. He is to appear in ^County Court on May 9 at 10 a- m. ji£ Lawrence L. Cast of RFD 1. iSWaveriy, was charged with speec r-'ing 75 miles an hour at night 01 tj.Highway US50 near Williamsburg, t\&n& John Conway Scrilner of '; il^wrence on US59 near Princeton, v : .;with speeding 70 miles an hour at ; mght. Both are to appear in -•County Court on May 13 at 9:30 a. m. They were cited by the sher- fltf's office. ? \ - jf Vehicles Pile Up, No I One Seriously Injured ft" BURLINGTON, Kas. - Prop- *|prty damage ran into thousands {|pf dollars but no one was serious- L*ly injured in a pileup of motor i ^vehicles on US50 highway near .fhere Tuesday afternoon. Suit for divorce has been filed in district court by Helen P. Guge of Ottawa from James ,C. Guge on grounds of gross neglect of duty aiid extreme cruelty. The plaintiff seeks divorce and custody of five minor children, equitable division of property a if d payment for child support. It is stated they were married on Apri" 26, 1942, at Reno, Nev. Clyde Certain has taken a posi lion as salesman for the Minnick Motor Co. Mr. and Mrs. Certain moved back to Ottawa recently from Pasadena, Calif., after a residence there for 18 years. He was a car salesman in Pasadena and in Ottawa for nearly 20 years before moving to California. New officers of the senior high Kayettes were installed today They are: Kathy Garnet, president; Paula Perkins, vice president; Judy Lister, secretary; Saundra Johnson, treasurer, and Nancy Taylor, student council representative. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Weilepp, Ottawa, are among the local Elks Lodge folks which left for Wichita today. The Weilepps are guests of the lodges at the state convention in recognition of Mr. Weilepp's many years of service as secretary and club manager. Also going is Eldon Schnoke, who is the candidate which the Ottawa ritual team will initiate. Incoming inner guard Howard' Doyen and his wife will also attend. Stock Car Races, Sat. Nile, 7:30. Adv. The federal aviation agency has announced it is hiring electronic technicians with beginning salaries of $4,490 to $4,980 a year, with a 25 per cent cost of living allowance. Detailed information is contained in a civil service circular that may be obtained at the postoffice. Ellis Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-4431. Dr. S. Martin Brockway and his sister, Dr. Marian Brockway of Lawrence, are attending the Kansas Chiropractic Association's 3- day convention in Dodge City starting today. Dr. S. M. Brockway will sing "The Lord Is My Shepherd" at the annual memorial service. One whose memories will be honored is the late Dr. Hugh Campbell of Ottawa. Beautyland, CH2-4347, Mozelle Gagne - Jo Riley - Bula Cummings. Adv. News lias been received in Ottawa that the 314th Army Band, of which Duane Bechlle of Ottawa is a member, will represent the U. S. Army in Germany for a charity concert in Amsterdam May 9. The benefit is for Dutch war orphans. Bechtle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bechtle and his wife, Betty, is the daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Can- <ady. The Army bands are con- ••ide'red one of the most important inks in German-American relations. The band gives 50 to 60 jerformances a month, traveling jetween' 2,000 and 3,000 mites. It is noted for its ability to play any type of music. Bechtle is a graduate of 0. H. S. and 0. U., and played in the band in each school. Remember Mother's Day this Sunday, May 10. For that big selection of gifts go to Irwin's 204 S. Main. Adv. Legate "AW, COME ON NOW" — "Don't. tell me it's going to be another long, hot summer. I just hate long hot days," said Rinney, a Dachshund at the Ottawa Humane Society shelter. "Besides," he added, "I hfcte people who call me a wienie." (Photo by Clausle Smith) Astaire Dances To Emmy Awards By JAMES BACON AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) -< Fred As- .aire and his first big show for television danced nimbly away Wednesday night with every Emmy within reach. "An Evening With Fred Astaire" had been nominated for nine Emmys — and won them all. But television's oldtimers took their share of the 42 awards— among them Jack Benny, Loretta Young, Dinah Shore, Perry Como and Edward R. Murrow. Omnibus, the Hallmark Hall of Fame, Playhouse 90 and the Alcoa-Goodyear theater were winners among the big programs. Among TV's gunslinger adventures' the choice was Maverick. But the night's star was the 60- year-old Astaire, who climbed to the stage so many times to accept the TV Academy's Emmys that for the last award — for the outstanding , program of the year- there was no one on stage to make the presentation. Actor Robert Young hurried down the aisle of the Moulin Rouge night club to give the Golden Statuette to Astaire. "It's a big night for dear old dad," Astaire breathlessly told a nationwide television audience which saw the 90-minute show ver NBC-TV. That just about summed up the llth Annual TV Emmy Awards show. ... Astaire or his show won for most outstanding single program; best special musical or variety sho.v, one hour long; best single pci'-'oi'mance by an actor; best direction of a single musical or variety program; best writing of a single musical or variety program; best live camera work; best art direc-tor; best musical contribution and best choreography. The old pros had things coming their way. Jack Benny won two awards as best actor in a comedy series and for the best comedy series. Dinah Shore, a repeat winner, was named best actress in a musical series and her Sunday night show was tagged the best musical or variety series. Julie Harris, the gentle heroine of "Little Moon Of Alban," was selected as the best single performance by an actress. The Perry Mason serief won Emmys for the private eyes, with Raymond Burr taking best lead in a dramatic series and Barbara Hale best supporting actress. Loretta Young was named best / / i Mrs. Lester Heston, a passenger ', In a car not directly involved in the mishap, suffered a wrenched v-neck when her husband applied suddenly to avoid the oth vehicles involved. [ Involved in the accident were a tractor pulling a semi - trailer load of five new Chevrolet cars and trucks, driven by C. W. Milton of Kansas City, a new Ford truck en by Joe Croucher of Osage ;:,City, and a '57 Buick sedan driven fiby Orville Rice of Melvern. Ac- Wording to drivers involved, the 'pileup occurred when Croucher's : truck swerved into the west-bounc traffic lane. Hospital Notes dmitted Mrs. Gardner Finch, Rantoal; Irs. Roger Comstock, Quenemo; Elmer Roth, 839 S. Oak; Mrs. .ester E. Wells, 412 W. 1st; Vednesday. Charles S. McCraery, 10 W. 6th; Barman C. Williams r., 128 S. Poplar; today. Dismissed June Jones, 1116 N. Sycamore; Wednesday. E. E. Hendrix, Wil- amsburg; John Rogers, Quenemo; James G. Woodworth, 413 E. th; Mrs. George Streebin and )aby son, RFD 4; David W. Peteron, 1046 S. Sycamore; today. Backfire from the motor of an automobile resulted in a call to the fire department late yesterday afternoon in the 900 block on North Main. The car, owned by Lloyd Jackson, had little damage and the fire was out when the firemen arrived. Presidents and other, representatives of the 36 home demonstration units in this county will be at Topeka tomorrow attending a district meeting observing national home demonstration week. Miss Rosemary Crist, county home economics agent, will also attend. fir Girl Cited To Court | After 2-Car Mishap i Major damage was done to a '-car driven by Marjorie Lorena f'.Carr, 526 S. Williams, Denver, in ;.a two-car accident in the 100 * block, South Main, Wednesday af- i ternoon. *' The Carr vehicie was heading *riorth when it was struck by a J car driven by Ethelean Ruth Wing, "l^SO, Rozel, an Ottawa University student, which was Lacking from *vihe curb, police officers said. ;| There was no damage to the car ~ driven by Miss Wing and owned by John Franz, Rozcl. !; Miss Wing was cited for failure ' to yield the right-of-way, causing • an accident VULCANIZING Tractor—Truck Car Tires GILLJLAND GARAGE R. 4 Pho. 6 Centropolis .•!... r >• $,. leading actress in a dramati series. "Maverick" was named bes western. Dennis Weaver, the gim py deputy to Marshal Dillon ir "Gunsmokc," was cited as bes supporting actor in a dramati series. Jane Wyatt was namei best leading actress in a comedy series ("Father Knows Best"). Ann B. Davis was named bes supporting actress in -a corned; series, for her Schultzie on th Bob Cummings Show, Tom Pos ton, one of Steve Allen's gang was named best supporting acto in a comedy series. FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT ' Tiff T-I-I, Mquld for 3 to S da? Watch fre«h-ns-a-dalsy, healthy nkl replace the Infection. If not deliglilr vlth Ingtant-drylng T-4-L, your 4( back from any druggist. 'Note: T-4- ennepially for severe rases. l!si> T-4- FOOT POWDER, too—gives antlspptl soothing protection. NOW »t Ranc Drue Store. For Improved land KILL Brush ".U TOOT pOBtrty of potion oik, brliri •nil kmh with R-H BRUSH RHAP. Will not injure grin, grs!ns or animils. Surt \ill-ind tconomicil to ass. O REASOR-HILL Corp. Jacksonville, Ark. CANNADY SUPPLY 801 N. Locust Ottawa, Kansas For Insurance OB dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles See Deem Berlin. Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH (First Published April 30, 1959) (Lost Publllhed May U, 1988) In the Probate Court of Franklin County Kansas. Case No. 10417. In the Matter otthn Estate of Bert I* tXitd, Detained, •. ''.••-•• •••-.•" ••'••• NoHc« of Appointment «f Executor To the Creditors, Heirs, Devisees and <e(atees ot Bert I* Lord, deceased, and 11 others concerned: You and each ot you win take notice hat «n the 24th day of April, 1969, . B. Haley was appointed executor ot he will of Bert I* Lord, deceased and uly qualified as such executor and etters testamentary were Issued to him n April 24, 1959, by the Probate Court 1 Kranklln County, Kansas. s All y parties interested in said estate ill take notice and govern themselves ccordlngly. All creditors are notified exhibit their demand* against the aid estate within nine months from ate ot the tlrst publication of this otlce as provided by law, and it their cmands are not thus exhibited they hall be torever barred. B. B. HAIJDY, Executor of the Will of Bert L. Lord, Deceased. UCHARD 0. SKOOO, Attorney for -Executor. Personals —14 ALCOHOLICS .ANONYMOUS. Write Box Jfl, Pl-ene CH 8-4120. Ottawa, Kan»n». Nurseries Plants Seeds — -16 , plants, many color.. and newer varieties. A. F. Lewis, Brick home wtat ot old County Farm, i-4ftVrtANtt.at.ttJM plants, many coT- on and aawer varieties. A. F. Lewis, Brick home wggt ot old County Farm. Iris Rhizomes Over 400''.'.varieties to choose from. Exceptional Bargains. IRIS ACRES 1130 Underwood St. Men Wanted Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Classified Display Ooeil) lie P»r ll Classified Display (National) aoe p«r na« Special Discount Contract Rate* Available CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a-m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES Out of trade territory, Be per word per Insertion. N« discount, 1 insertion' per word 4e 3 Insertions per word to 6 Insertion* per word Me 26 insertions per tin* W.OO Minimum charge .• TOO Card of Thanks..4c per word—TOc inln. t Inch Lodge Notices, set with emblem ......v H.M 2 Insertions BO cha»f* fl.tO —19 "and Scraper operator... Only experienced need apply. Call Brown Brothers Construction. Call PRescott 8-3274 or PRescott 8-2459 Manhattan, Kansas. General JSerdces to do. iwni to mow. Call CHJM7..6. McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WffiiNG CH 8-4980 D & D AERIAL SPRAY Contact us for your Timber, Brush, Weed and Insect control needs- It doesn't cost, it Pays! C o h a r d Airport — CH2-S953, CH 2-5542 or Rantoul 2-F-2. Card of Thanks v 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. We wish to express our sincere thanks to tho ne'ghbors, friends and relatives (or their kind deeds, thoughts, (lower!! and other acts of kindness in the loss of our beloved cne.—Signed: The Broyles Family. Lost and Found LOST or strayed — Guernsey cow, milking. Wlllamsburg 2131. Joseph Va- vrlcek. Notices 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, B.C. Charles W. Watts, Roc. Because of popular demand and in order to give everyone an opportunity ... We Are Extending Our Special on SHEAFFER STUDENT HANDWRITING KIT at 69c through Saturday, May 9th RANEY DRUG 304 S. Main CH 2-3092 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 Do Your Own Rugs. with the Clark Professional Rug Cleaning Equipment novr available at Malott's. Rent it by the day or week. MALOTT'S Hardware 116 S. Main CH 2-4568 We Rent Cars MOORE CHEVROLET - OLDS 330 S. Main Local Markets Barley . . $ .90 Beans .. '-05 Wheat ..78 Rye 80 Vhite and yellow corn 1.03 Shelled 1.08 Oats .70 Milo 1.75 Butterfat .53, .50 Eggs, straight run .'. 16 traded 23, .20, .16 tfeavy Hens . 08 Cocks 05 Light Hens 06 MATED] Foob COURTNEY OGG'S WEST SIDE GROCERY 602 Maple Phone CH 2-3442 We Deliver BRAUNSCHWEIGER MIRRORS [Beveled and Plain Edge For Any Room in Your Home SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 WILSON'S Certified swift's Premium BACON i* 59c Sweet Smoked Flavor GROUND BEEF L, 49e Lean — Always Fresh Smoked Sliced Beef ^ 43e Creamed or for Sandwiches 69C Ib. AJ^SKINLESS WIENERS Lb 49e All Meat • Big 24" cut • Forward and revert* • Extra safe blade lockout • Instant height adjustment ASK US TO DEMONSTRATE OTTAWA TRACTOR & Impl. Co., Inc. 119 £. 2nd CU 2-4400 »•• Compare the cost of Clabber Girl, ounce for ounce, with that of other leading brands •. •. You'll be surprised I *•• Clabber Girl Is exclusivity Known as the baking powder with the balanctd double action ... balanced for uniformity in both mixing bowl and oven. BALANCED Ooubla Action Means BETTER Baking Guaran.nd by Good Houwknplng <W Box 35c 69c Musselman's 2 2 Cans CHOICE STEAKS CUT TO YOUR ORDER - FOR CHARCOAL BROILING CHARCOAL, .<).£ 69e PORK and BEANS o. m p M , 2 ^S 49e PICKLES Whole Sweet or Dill Qt CHEESE SPREAD ^^ 2 Lb BUTTER-NUT COFFEE , 6 99c TUNA Shurfine Chunk Style APPLESAUCE HYDROX COOKIES 12 APPLE BUTTER 22 Crushed Pineapple £2*. 2 Colgate DENTAL CREAM 2 JONNY MOP REFILLS Pks 29e \_»WKN Fresh Golden Bantam 4 Ears 2rC ASrAKAVUS Tender Home Grown 2 Bun 29C ORANGES sum..,. DO,.' 39e Fresh Strawberries - Hot House Tomatoes [ BESPAKT FROZEN FOODS GREEN PEAS 2 r, 33c WANTED MEN TO TRAIN FOR Maintenance Inspection Trouble Shooting Overhaul on JET-GAS TURBINE AND TURBO PROP ENGINES Trained men may earn $135 or more per week. Earn as you learn. No need to quit your present job until you are trained. Write to: UNIVERSAL Brand New G. E. •. Swivel Top CLEANERS Complete with attachments. MACK Electric CH 2-2263 For Better fishing KILL WATER WEEDS witfi ONE M pHcattni if R-H MANUIM.Wli* RHAP, Will not ttttm flib •# animsli. A»ply in» tin onke.Cffectfw»MMi M REASOR-HILL Corp* JtcluoavtNfcAlk. Cannady Supply 801 N. Locust Ottawa, Kansas >VANT housework mornings—CH2-36S1. Want To Borrow WANTED TO BORROW $4,060.00, will pay S% Interest. Write Box R-44, e-8 Ottawa Herald. Livestock _ —Si 17 PIGS FOR SALE— CH 2-2508 after f. HOLSTElN heifers, fresh arid sprlngera; _i e _^{?'!?_J ) HL I !_5i-2- Br °y le 'i Waverly. BERKSHIRE Boar. Forrer, 6 eut, 1 _south__Rqck Creek_School. _ 15 WEANLING pigs. GeorglT'Lawi, W1V JE ENGINE TRAINING Box P-44, c-o Ottawa Herald. Name Age ., Street City . Phone Time at Home Salesmen —20 SALESMAN Wanted to sell advertising specialties, premiums and calendars. Write Box O-44, c-o Ottawa Herald. Positions Wtd. —Women —30 __ —33 14,000.00, Men and Women WttL —23 WANTED—Watkiris dealer in Franklin or Anderson County. Write Ernest Hornberger, RFD 2, Baldwin, Kansas. Women Wanted 53c Tubes 2 Pkgs. Serve with New Potatoes SPINACH C0 .°K Garden Fresh GRAPE JUICE Pure Concord MELON BALLS Sierra Snow Brand PRE-COOKED-Heat'nlatl These Prices Effective Friday and Saturday. May 8th and 9th. Cans 33c 39c 49c -24 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 1313 N. Hickory Phone CH 2-2200 _ _____ ____ 14 REGISTERED Hampshire ewes with Iambs. Ralph Bloomer, 1 louth, fc west Rantoul. ______ ^_ FOR"" SALE — 17 head Hampshire sheep and 7 Hamp gills with 49 pigs. 1 milt south of Ottawa un S9 J€ i ghway. Dlxon. FOR BALE — Two purebred Chester White gilts, bacon type; and 15 pigs 3 weeks old. Howard Winters, 3 west of Princeton. WfCL~Blf SOLD "atlheTottawa Market Sale, 1 mile cast of Main on Wilson, Saturday, Way Sth at 1:30 — 2 purebred Angus cows and 2 calves, till out of Registered stock, calfhcod vaccinated; 13 Hereford eows with. 12 calves by side, one heavy springer; 1 purebred Hereford bull, 15 months old; 1 Polled Milking Shorthorn bull, Registered, 15 month! old; 3 Angus bull calves, 400 Ibs. each; 8 Angus hull onlvcs, 600 Ibs. each; 1 Holsteln hull, purebred, 700 Ibs., ready for service; 2 Whitcface steers, 600 Ibs. each; 6 steer and heifer calves, 200-300 Ibs.; 3 milk cows, 1 Holbteln, 1 Guernsey, and Holsteln cow will be tested. All these will sell along with our usual run of livestock. Go:den James, Claud* Myers and Merle Burgess. Auctls. WILL SELL at" the Franklin County Sales Co., Wilson and Locust Bts., Saturday, May fl. Miscellaneous will f.ell at 10:30 a. m. Livestock will gtart soiling at 12:30 p. m. 15 head of good feeder calves, yearlings: 5 head of Shorthorn cows with calves by side; 2 springer cows; 3 - year • old roan Shorthorn bull, good Individual; all lire from me owner; one purebred Anpus bull, 2 years old, nn extra good individual and sure breeder: tne Hoi- su-ln first-calf heifer, Just fresh, calf ty side, test papers furnished; one Shorthorn first-calf heifer, heifer calf by side, cnlfhood vaccinated; on« Jersey six-year-old eow, heavy spring- er, test papers furnished; several other tested ""cows; 15 head of mixed stock steers: 8 head of mixed stock heifers; 0 head of Hclsteln stock steers; several odd head of flock cows, some Fpringers, some calves by side; SO head of lightweight mixed stock calves; baby calves; hogs of all types; one good butcher sow; one sow with nine pirs; several bunches of weanling PIRS: tins', posts, wood, and miscellaneous. Fred Coon, Owner; Harold Klev.-art and Charles Beatty, Auctioneers. Farm Equipment —35 Women Wanted —24 SKWING MACHINE "OPERATORS, agis 18 to 45, steady work, good wanes, paid holidays, insurance and other fringe benefits. Apply Mode-0-Day Corporation, 4Q3'.£ S. Main. General Services LIGHT HAL'LING and -.29 KNAPP SHOES — Lee Carter, 1328 Willow. CH 2-3659. EAVES gutter", forced air heating. Ira Meade. CH 2-3508. ANIMALS Co. removed. Call collect gtaodard Ottawa— Rendering CH 2-1064. __ __ WANTED— Baby sitting in" my home" Will go to your home in evening CH 2-3258. POULTRY processing same location, rear entrance. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning. Antone Produce, 413 S. Main. HBNRT~7iLBAN~— Hydiaullc jaclTier. rice, iraall engine repair. New and used Jacks lor jwl»-_71*_ W111 pw. WALLPlCPJZR removed by steam, "paint!•(, papering. Conrad's Bpray, Paint•n and Decorators. Phone CH 2-1268. AERIAL Spraying—For Information and estimates contact Chuck LeMastcr, phone CH 2-2846. LeMaater Spraying. Inc. ; Bring in your old paint for free shaking in our new paint shaker at GAMBLES, 128 S. Main. 'use the WANTADS Call CH 2-4700 FOR SALE—13x28 6-ply tire, extim good, J3C.OO. Firestone Store. 7-FObY"llLnHe~ariolis-Moline mower, 1100". 2-botlom pull • l yP e P' ow on rubber, $5C 1 _B_oucek. CH 2-2841.__ FOR SALE — International 6-can miili cooler; 10-i;al'on milk cans; stainless steel wash vat. Starosta, 1 mile north, 4 west of Winiamsburg. FOR SALE—Rubber-tired wagon, rack with sides. J. C. McDanlela, 3 milei south of Baldwin. Phone 2223. 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. .SHELDON TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. Phone CH 2-1463 Seeds, Feeds. Fert. —36 CLARK Soybeans", re-cleaned, excellent gsrmlnatton, $2.75; sacked, |2.fc5. Arzi Fogle, Williamsburg. _ _ PFiKTER'S" Hybrid need" corn" with f«- plant; mllo. Llonial Shaw, '/i cait Po mona._Phone_S)-BVl3. FOR SALTS—Certified Atfas sorgo," ceraf- ination 88%, 7c Ib. Donald Llektelg, 4 north, 4 east Richmond. Phone Liant 211-FOl. Misc. For Sale —40 STEEL clothes line posts; 14-ft. .fates. _612 N. Mulberry. _ _______ TOE "WELL-KEPT"carpet shows the results of regular Blue Lustre cpol cleaning. Malott Hardware. USED" Power" Lawn Mowers, |lb anH up. Brown's Hardware & Sporting Gnrds. _ GOOD ripe ftock""rickrfltii '/4-ton Chev"- rolet pick-up. Coffman'i Weldinj, Bervice, 311 W. Wilton.

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