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10 The OTTAWA HERALD Friday, May 8, 1959 News Briefs Eugene Field PTA wit] observe 1 Dad's Night'Monday at 7:30 p.m. There will be a talent show, and refreshments served by the kindergarten room. A nursery will be provided for children through third grade. There will be a prize for the class with the highest per cent of dads present. Potted plants and flowers for Mother's Day — Stewart's Fruit & Flower Farm-South of Ritcher. Adv. Chauffeur licenses due July 1st. Renew now ~ avoid penalty. Adv. W. R. Lancaster and Robert Me- Crea have resigned from the Advisory Commission of the County Welfare Board. Joe Button, chairman of the county commissioners, who appoints the members of the commission, said no successors have been decided on. Lancaster has been serving as chairman of the commission. Beautyland, CH2-4347, Mozelle Gagne • Jo Riley - Bula Cummings. Adv. Ellis Piano Tuning. Pb. CH 2-4431 Jim Settles, 717 S. Main, milk hauler for Bennett's Creamery, broke his knee today about 1:30 p.m. when he slipped and fell on a loading platform at the plant He was taken by ambulance to Hansom Memorial Hospital. John H. Lamb returned last evening from New York City where he remained several days with his sister, Miss Roberta Lamb. She recently underwent surgery in New York Cornell Medical Center. Remember Mother's Day this Sunday, May 10. For that big se lection of gifts go to Irwin's 204 S. Main, Adv. Rawliegh Products. E. F. Risdon 1032 So. Main. Adv. Several Franklin County home demonstration units have exhibits in store windows on Main street this week in celebration of Home Demonstration Week. ; Drake's Bakery—fresh buter rolls, donuts, pies, cakes, cookies, wedding cakes and birthday cakes. Adv. Stock Car Races, Sat. Nile, 7:30. Adv. Elmo Ellis Odaffer of route 4, Parsons, pleaded guilty in Police Court to the charge of speeding 40 miles an hour in a 30-mile zone in the 800 block of North Main. He was fined $10. Wilky's Pottery—Garden urns, Bird baths, jardinieres, etc. % mi. So. (East lane) Hiwy 59. Adv. Crowd Moans As Men Enter Innocent Pleas By CHRIS MACGILL, TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Four white men charged, with raping a Negro college girl pleaded innocent at their arraignment today. A moan went up from the gallery crowded with Negroes as the men entered their pleas. The outcry was quickly suppressed by a call for order In the court. The trial was set for May 27. Sheriff Bill Joyce had announced previously that all four had confessed to the mass rape. One of the court-appointed defense attorneys, Harry Michaels, objected to the early trial date, saying he wanted more time to prepare his case. But Circuit Judge W. May Walker overruled his objections. Pleas of the four were delayed about an hour while attempts were made to provide them with attorneys. None of the men had lawyers of his own at the start of the pro ceedings, although the wife of Willion T. Collinsworth later arranged for an attorney for him The gallery was packed with Negro spectators and the court room floor with white onlookers The four, two teen-agers anc two in their 20s, were indicted Wednesday by a grand jury five days after the 19-year-old coed said she was taken to a lonely patch of woods and raped re pealedly. All have confessed. The maximum penalty for rape Is death, but if a jury recom mends mercy the sentence can be life imprisonment or a lesser term at the discretion of the judge. The men, all residents of Tallahassee, are Patrick Scarborough 20; Ollie Stoutamire, 16; David Ervin Beagles, 18; and Willion T Collinsworth, 24. Jury Hears Traffic Charge On KC Man Francis Fordyce Davis, 45, _ Kansas City truck driver, went on rial in county court today, charg id with driving on the wrong side if the rood. The charge grew but of the death en April 27 of Maurice G Arnold, 20, of Pleasanton in ai accident 10V4 miles east of Ottawa near the junction of K33 and K6( highways. Thci truck driven by Davis wa. going east, and a car driven b> Arnold was traveling west. Firs reports indicated that the car ma} lave swerved and sideswiped tli ruck. Arnold was coming down a •ise in the. road and the pavemen was wet and possibly slippery Sheriff Max Gilmcre reported a the time, and he thought Arnoit probably hit his brakes just be fore the collision. The hearing today was before 6-man jury. It was expected . would continue into the afternoon Hutchinson Fire Damages Are High HUTCHINSON (AP) - Damage estimated at $150,000 was caused yesterday by a fire which de stroyed the Davis Lumber Co. in Hutchinson. Four firemen were Injured slightly when they stepped on nails. Electric and telephone service to nearby Buhler and Burrton was interrupted for 2Vi hours after the fire burned through main lines. Jack Davis, owner of the lumber firm, made the damage estimate and said the business would be reopened in another building across the street. 27 Cattle Are Entered In 'Burg Jersey Show Twenty-seven head of cattle were entered in the East Centra Parish Jersey show held at Wil liamsburg yesterday. Awards were made in 20 clas ses. The Williamsburg Lions club sponsored the event and awardec rosettes to the top winners. The Parish includes Franklin Anderson, Osage, Coffey, Miami Woodson, Allen, Bourbon and Linn counties. Present for the show was Mar ion 'Matthews of Columbus, Ohio field man for the American Jer sey Cattle Club. J. £. Berry oi FrankliJX county is a member Of the board of directors of this national group. The judge yesterday was Dr. Norton of Manhat tan. A. 9. Kooeppel of Colony and Mrs. J. E. Berry is secretary of Uw Parish jfroup. Steel Sparks Fly In Industry Tiff NEW YORK (AP)—Sparks flew hursday as the steel industry and the steelworkers union each rged government investigation f the other. First, the union demanded that he Justice department and Na onal Labor Relations Board robe for possible antitrust and abor law violations in 'what the nion called company profit-pool- ng and lockout plans in case of a trike. Denying a management con piracy, steel producers said that '. anything needs federal invest! ation it is "the concentration of ower in th6 union which is what ;ives rise to the problems of (in ustry) self-protection," Later, R. Conrad Cooper, chief egotiator for the U.S. Steel Corp., and Union President David . McDonald agreed .that more regress would be made in nego iations before current contracts xpire June 30 if "we work at it rivately and diligently." Cooper said Wednesday that the teel firms were considering lans to combat any "divide and onquer" strike strategy the un- on might employ. Cooper denied n assertion by Union Counsel Arthur J. Goldberg that the in- ustry was considering a profit- haring plan in event of a partial trike. Among specific devices under tudy by the industry, Cooper aid, is a mutual aid pact of the ype adopted last fall by six najor airlines. Under this agree- nent, lines grounded by strikes eceive the extra revenues made iy companies still in operation. The union, which has not yet pelltd out its demands since the alks started Tuesday, has said it will seek a sizable wage boost plus fringe benefits. Present steel wages average $2.02 an hour. The average price of steel is $150 a ton. Hospital Notes Admitted Mrs. Harry Young, Wellsville Marcia Allen, 731 S. Oak;Thurs day. Robert G. Hayden, RFD 4 today. Births Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Finch, Ran toul, daughter born Thursday weight, 7 lb., 3 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Detwile Jr., 943 Cypress, son born today weight, 6 lb., 13% oz. Dismissed Mrs. Maude Haight, 621 N Main; Wednesday. Mrs. j o h Rodgers, 84o Pecan; Thursday Mrs. Clifford Nutt, 225 Willow Charles McCreery, 210 W. 6th Harry Wood, RFD 2; Earman < Williams Jr., 128 S. Poplar; Mr R. M. Bitts, Pomona; Mrs. Ear Watts, Quenemo; today. Noxious Weed Budget Set Higher Yesterday A budget of $14,830 for contro of noxious weeds was approve today by the county commission ers. Gail Shannon of the noxiou weed division of the State Boar of Agriculture was here yestci day to help draw up the budge The budget is slightly higher tha last year. It is estimated that this conn ty will pay about $10,930 of th total budget. The remainder wi come from payment of half th cost, of spraying on private pro perty, and from state sales Ja distribution. Brave Coed Drags Boy From Jaws Of Shark SAN FRANCISCO (AP). - A brave coed swam out into the Pacific Ocean Thursday and tugged ashore a youth who had been fatally wounded by a shark. Albert Kogler, who died 2% hours after the attack, had first warned Shirley O'Neill back to the beach by yelling: "It's a shark! Go back! Go back!" But when he cried for help the attractive brunette swam back and pulled Kogler back to Baker Beach, just west of Golden Gate Bridge. Both were students at San Francisco State College and both just 18. Kogler was still conscious but Deaths ARCHIE J, SERVICE Archie James Service, 66, Lynwood, Calif., former Ottawa resident, died May 7. He was born Oct. 27, 1892, in Ottawa and lived on East 2nd for many years. He married Hazel Howell June 29, 1016, and she died in 1942. He moved to Omaha, Neb., before moving to California in 1955. Surviving are one son, L e James, Downey, Calif.; o n daughter, Mrs. Lois Hayward, Compton, Calif.; seven grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Virginia Xehler, Emporia; and Miss Ola Service, Lynwood, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Monroe have gone to Lynwood to attend the funeral. Mrs. Monroe and Mrs. Service were sisters. News From The Lane Area DANA PORTER Al-c and Mrs. Chuck Mil chell and Brenda, and Mis. Belle Brownlee, all of Topeka were weekend guests of Mr. anc Mrs. Eddie Brownlee and Jack Mrs. Marvin Johnson and chil dren, and Mrs. Earl Porter and Dana, were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herber Kersley at Kincaid. Linda James is in the Paol hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Fox and Stevie and Miss Flora Warren spent the weekend in Pittsburg Mr. and Mrs. Sam Christian anr Mrs. Mary Schroeder of Pueblo Mr. and Mrs. Luther Christian o Osawatomie, Mr. and Mrs. Bii Christian spent Wednesday an Thursday at Bagnell Dam. US Rejects Soviet Nuclear Protests WASHINGTON 'AP)-The Unit- id States rejected today the Solet Union's protest against moves o provide nuclear weapons and missiles to some Atlantic Pact ountries. A formal note, delivered in •loscow brushed aside the Soviet :laim that such moves represent in American effort to wreck the Big Four foreign ministers meet- ng due to begin in Geneva Monday. Secretary of State Christian A. Herter will go to the Geneva con- erence, the note said, with a full desire to make every effort to bring it to a fruitful conclusion. The note called on the Kremlin eaders to display the same atti ude in accordance with the many Soviet public protestations of such a desire. The American note was in reply to a Soviet protest sent April 21. In their note, the Soviets charged that in advance of the Geneva meeting the United States was stepping up "nuclear and rocket arming of certain North Atlantic bloc member states." The Soviet note complained specifically that American rockets and nuclear weapons are to be stationed in Greece, Turkey and West Germany as a follow up to incoherent when sped to Letterman Army Hospital where he died of shock and loss of blood despite emergency surgery. Doctors said his left arm was nearly ripped from the shoulder and he had deep gashes on his neck, right arm and back. The pair had gone 7 for, a late afternoon dip on an unusually warm day and were treading the water when the youth screamed his first warning. Miss O'Neill, a San Franciscan, said she recalled seeing a heavy, dark body break the surface near Kogler after she had returned to shore. Tying the end of a nearby fihserman's line around her waist, she plunged back into the surf. "I saw Albert struggle and he couldn't make any progress," she said. "He's a good swimmer, so, I knew he must have been hurt badly. I couldn't leave him." When she reached him, he said, "It ,was a shark." (Flnt Publlihed May I, 1859) (Uut Vubllihed May 16, IBM) BUte of Kansai, Franklin County, if. In the Probate Court of Kid County and BUte. In the Matter of the Ketale of Blanch L. Jwlng, deceased. Notice of Hearing The mate of Kahcos :o all perioni concerned: You ere hereby notified that a petition ma been lllod In laid court t>y A. O. Slgier, administrator of the eitate of Slancb L. Ewlng, deceased, praying for final settlement of said oitate, approval of his accounts as administrator, allowances for Ills services, attorneys' fees and expenses, also that the court deter mine the heirs of aatd decedent and assign to them the real estate and per sonal property remaining in said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on- or be fore the 23rd day of May, 1959, at 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, In said court, In the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be beard, should you fall therein, Judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon (aid petition. A. O. 8IOLER, Administrator. BOWERS A BOWERS, Attorneys for Administrator. "There was blood all around us," Miss O'Neill continued. "I was scared. I didn't know what to do, but I knew I couldn't leave him. "So finally I told him: 'The only way I can do it is if you lie still on your back. Lie back and re- ax.' 'He didn't scream after that, rhe pain must have been awful but he didn't complain." After telling the story Miss O'Neill was treated for shock and taken home. arrangements already Britain and Italy. made in /-CK OK PHOTO SERVICE 314 S. Main CH 2-1541 Local Markets Barley $ .90 Beans 2-05 Wheat 1.78 Rye .80 White and yellow corn—... 1.03 Shelled Oats Milo —1 Leg&ls (First Published May 1, 1059) (Last fribtlslWd May 15, 1959) wottce of Meeting of the County Board of Equalization O. 8. 79-1603 Notice It hereby given that the Board ! County Commissioners of the County ! Franklin, In the Stale of Kansas, con- IIluted as the County Board of Equal- latlon, will meet at the County Commls- oners' office in the court house, In said ounty and stain, on the third Monday n May, May 18, ,1969, and. proceed to airly and Impartially equalize the val> atlon of personal property ot said coun- r and such real property aa has hanked value by reason of removal ~ om or construction of Improvement* i tald county. At which meeting, or adjourned meet- ngs, If any, all persons feeling them elves aggrieved with assessments made and returned by the assessors can ap ear and have all errors In the returns orrected. Dated May 1, 1959. BRUCE BPEAR8, County Clerk. (First Published May 8, 1959) (Last Published May 32, 1859) State ot Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas. No. 10-218 In the Matter of thu Estate of L. A. Robinson, a.k.a. Lula A. Hood Robinson) Deceased. Notice of Hearing on Petition for . Final Settlement The State ol Kansas to nil persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by Vlda Adams, as daughter, and executor o the will of L. A. Robinson, deceased, praying for final settlement of the above enticed estate, and you are hereby re quired to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 2nd day o June, 1059. at ten o'clock a. m. u culd day. in. the coxirt house, In the city of Ottawa, In Franklin County Kansas, at which time and -place sail cause will be heard by (he above en titled court. Should .you fall therein judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. VI0A ADAMS. Executor. DONALD L. WHITE, Attorney for Executor. MONTHLY HEPOHT City Clerk of Ottawa, Kansas At Close of Business April 30, 1959. FUND BALANCE Airport $ 3.090.SQ lond * Interest 92.470.75 Cemetery — Highland ..... .. 2,900.90 Cemetery—Highland Per. Res. 354,16 Cemetery — Walsh Lot Per. Care 235,-IS Cemetery—Hope Per. Care.... 435.0' General Operattou £3.430.67 pectat Lighting (Wnlteway). 3,034.3 Water * Light Dept 169,810.31 Water . .$ 38,782.3!) Light .. 128.1S7.03 Trust .. 2,870.90 Flood Control 77.476.71 ,ateral Sewer C6nst. Fund.. _24.010.63 lain Sewer Co^nstr. Fund ... —8,705.91 Caving Construction Fund 7.950.46 'arklng Meter ilectrlc Light Works Const... Sinking Fund, Elec. Rev. Bonds "A" 1.08 .70 1.75 Butterfat 53. .50 Eggs, straight run 16 Graded 23, .20, .16 Heavy Hens Cocks Light Hens .05 .06 (First Published May 8, 19») (Last Published May 22, 1959) State of Kansas, Franklin County, is: In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas. No. 10-340. In the Matter of the Estate of Retta Walter. Deceased. Nollco of Appointment of Executor To the creditors, heirs, devisees, am legatees, of Retta Walter, deceased, an< all others concerned: You and each of you will take notlci that on the 27th day of April, 1959, III Owens was appointed executrix of th< will of Retta Walter, deceased, and du); qualified as such executrix, and letter testamentary were Issued to her on th 27th day of April, 1359. by the Probat Court of F.ranklln County. Kaunas. All parties interested in said estat will lake notice and govern themselve accordingly. AH creditors are notlfle to exhibit their demands against th said estate within nine months frorr the date of the first publication of thi notice as provided by law, and If the] tfemunds .ire not thui exhibited the; shall be forever barred. ILA OWENS, Executrix of the will of Retta Walter, Deceased. DONALD L. WHITE, Attorney for Executrix, WHITE PICKET FENCE 25 Foot Rolls of Border Fence for Flowers and Walks $3*7O Roll NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 J. B. MICKEY COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOSTATS CH 2-1937 839 West 5th AMBULAr/CE SERVICE S25 NO. M AIM- OTTAWA.K AMM Ottawa, Kansas CH 2-1331 TOMORROW SAT. 10 a.m. FREE SHOW Sponsored by PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK Thanks to Mother for the Happiness of Home... The happiness of her family comes first with Mother . . . and she knows that owning a home can contribute much to that happiness. She knows, too, that we can help her family change "home ownership" from a dream to a wonderful reality. To own your home: Save for a To own your home: See us for a down payment. When you save low-cost Home Loan. Our long here, your money earns you more. experience helps to smooth the Investigate now. W ay for you. For More Earnings from Savings . . . For Quick, Low Cast Service on Home Loans Anchor :A.ssooiation J. DEAN NOFSINGER President North American Hotel Building Ottawa, Kansas Phone CH 2-1400 LEE A. CASIDA Manager Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation •—1 General Service* -2 iAV:B8~«u{iiir>ore«il Mi ht«U«. Mead«, CH 3-3808. EXWNs to Myron Blank at Rayburn'i, »«»/**«...• : ••• ., . D .—-^ D»AD 'AMMAU fMnove't «•»<!«* Rend»rin Co. 0*11 coned Ottfcw*- CH MOM. • ' V; •'•-;• _ -, ^ XNfEB^erafiy »Hllng Jn my .nonS: Will go to your botniiI,.»K *venlnf. CH 2-3256, . .._ lHfiY~AEl»fr=~HyariulIflTJ»ck wr* »tc«, /§mHl englM repair. N«w,w>« uied jacka tor »M«. «LJ??H° WXELPAPBK removed by fjeun. !•(,. papering. Conrmd't ipr»y, tfi «ad Decorator*. Phone Oil AERIAL Bprayfni—tror Information aai e«tmate« contact Chuck LeMwtcr, phone CU 3-2846. LeMutcr Sp/aytoB. Inc. .. 9.661.6 15.441.2! . 85.381.0. Total Fund Balance* 1468,974.6 RESERVE AND TRUST FUNDS: emetery—Highland Per. Rcs.$ 16.700.0 Cemetery—Highland, Wulsh Lot Per. Care Z.OOO.Of "emetery—Hope, Per. Care... 8,300.0 Water & Light Reserve 250,000.0 Flood Control 200.000.0C Total Reserve Fund J477,000.0 Total All Fuiuls J945.974.6 1 hereby certify the above statcmen i correct. DONALD R. CAPPER. City Clerk. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Classified Display (Local) 13c per line Classified Display (National) 20c per line Special Discount Contract Rates Available. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PKB WORD RATES Out of trade territory, Cc per word per Insertion. N« discount. 1 Insertion per word 40 3 Insertions per word *c f Insertions per word 14c J« Insertions per line 13.00 Minimum charge 70c Card of Thinks..4c per word—70c mln t inch Lodge Notice*, set with emblem fl.fc S Insertions no change $1.80 Card of Thanks ~The family of Maggfe~"Bledsoe~"w'ishc .0 thank neighbors and friends for thel many acts of kindness, received durin our recent bereavement.—Signed: Rob-! srt C. Wllkerson, Joyce Price. RH\ ! 3arnes. Lucy Cllnes, Mary Henderson. ttAl'LlN6 and low. CH 2-3659. - L«. Caftar, iSM tff McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 D & D AERIAL SPRAY Contact us for your Timber, Brush, Weed and Insect control needs- It doesn't cost, it Pays! C o n a r d Airport — CH2-3953, CH 2-5542 or Rantoul 2-F-2. We Rent (Cars MOORE CHEVROLET • OLDS Call CH2-I368 For' Complete REFRIGERATION Service Domestic, Commercial, Auto, Air-CondiUoning. WISHTMAN 'For Better fishifi$ KILL BS WATER WEED* ... whfi we •p»ll»t!MM{l amazing R-H HAMUIMI WTO RHAP. Will not harm fiib •>*, animals. Apply an» twit-weal on ice. Effectfw U to 361— lk ^REASOR-Hia Co** R-H Cannady Supply 801 N. Locust Ottawa, Kansas Personals —14 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUsr"WriTe~"Box 2?t. Phone CH 2-4120, Ottawa, Kansaa. Nurseries — Seeds — Plants —16 CHRYSANTHEMUM plants, many color* and newer varieties. A. F. Lewis, Brick house ^*esl of old County Farm. ~~~" ors and newer varieties. A. F. Lewis. Brick house west of old County Farm. Iris Rhizomes Over 400 varieties to choose from. Exceptional Bargains. IRIS ACRES 1130 Underwood St. Men Wanted —19 •1 BOYS, approximately i* year's old" with bicycles, to carry morning paper route. Write R. C. Fisher, c-o Topeka Dally Capital, Topeka. Kansas. WANTED—Cat and Scraper "operator^ Only experienced need apply. Call Brown Brothers Construction. Call PRescott 6-M74 or PRescott 8-245U, Manhattan. Kansas. FIRESTONE "Tire~&~Rub"beF~ 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. Small Engine Headquarters Briggs ft Stratton Clinton Homelite - - - and Others. ORDA MILLS, Small Engine Specialist. Toro Lawn Mowers Sales & Ser. SHELDON "^"^ * jrici_L/WM co Phone CH 2-1463 Positions Wtd. —Women —30 WANT housework mornings—CH 2-36517 Want To Borrow —33 WANTED TO BORROW J4.000.00, w'U' pay h<Ti interest. Writ* Box R-44, c-o Ottawa Herald. Livestock — S4 2908 after £ HOLST EiNTFietfeni." fresh' and springers"; Hereford bul_l._G. C. Broyles, Waverly. BERKSHi"RFf"B6arr "Forrer, 6 easti^ south Rock Creek School. 15 WEANLlNG"pi6S.~GeorBe~Ea'wirWn- llamsburs. FO RT"SALE— 17 head Hampshire sheep and 7 Hamp gilts with 49 pigs. 1 mil* south of Ottawa on 39 Highway. Dtxon. Farm Equipment —35 FOR SALK — International 6-'can mill cooler; ID-gallon milk cans; stalnlesi Fleet wash vat. Stnrosta, 1 mile north, 4 west of Wllllamstmrg. Seeds, Feeds. _Fert. _ FOR SALE—Certified Atlas sorgo, gernv inalion 88%, 7c lb. Donald Llcktelj, 4 north, ^ east Richmond. Phone Lam 211-F-U. Men and Women Wtd. —23^ WANTED—Watklns dealer in Franklin or Anderson County. Write Ernest Hnrnnerger, RFD 3, Baldwin, Kansas. Women Wanted -24 SKWING MACHINE OPERATORS, ages 18 to 45, steady work, good wages, paid holiday!, 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 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 5. BRUCE CO, Inc. Subsidiary of The H. D. Lee Co. 120 E. 15th SI. CH 2-5157 FOR SALE—13x28 ft-ply tire, extra good, S3C.Op._ Firestone Store. 7-KOOT M lnneapoiis'-MoUne"~niower7~tiOd" 2-botlom pull - type plow on rubber, $50. Boucek, CH 2-2841. Misc. For Sale —40 STEEL clothes line' pbsts^ ffK. (fates. 612 N. Mulberry. FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator, with freVzei n_tpp, almost new. 7iO^ Princeton. THE WELL-'KEPT caTpe'riBhowTTnTl* suits of regular Blue Lustre «pol clennlnft. Malott Hardware. NEW "supply of~~weldirig~~Tb"ds~foT~alI farm welders. Coffman's Welding Service, across from Franklin County Sale Co.,_phone CH_2-4806. 'ALE—7x9" dump~bed~wlth~cat~pro'- tector; 105 baby air compressor (portable); 400 amp. Lincoln arc welder (portable). Call T. J. Bivlns, Well* ville, Kas., before 7 a, m. or aftei 7 p. m. Crushed Rock For Driveways All Sizet. Government approved lime. Stockpile for immediate delivery. Edwin Moler CH 2-3112 FLOOR COVERING Tile — Yard Goods 6- _ 9' _ 12' Widths. Goodyear Sanduran Armstrong BUDGE'S HARDWARE Sporting Goods —42 MINNOWS, worms and ail klnds'of bait ami tiickle. Brown's Hardware A Spcrting_Gocds. _ _ ___ TWO i2-ft.'"usett""wdbd ski boats. Selection o( fishing motors. Malott Hardware, phone CH 2-4565. _ _ FISHING BOAT, motor and trailer, ____^ HEW 40 h. p. Scott outboard motor, with all controls. Will sell at cost. Cnll CH 2-2101 during day or CH 2-3201 after 5:00. _^^_____^__^_ Home Furnishings —48 Used BUNK-BEDS, in good condition. Only $1-25 a week. DOUGLAS BROS., 103 S. Main Repossessed 2-piece LIVING ROOM SUITE, used only 2 months. Sold for $269.95. Will take $169-95 for balance. $1.50 a week. DOUGLAS BROS., 103 S. Main

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