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14 OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, May 14, 1959 News Briefs Mrs. Lettie Ikenberry, 819 N Poplar, who has been in Osteopathic Hospital in Wichita t h past month, is now at the home of her daughter in Wichita. She is still bedfast. Her address is 522 S. Richmond, Wichita 13. Special Iris Rhizomes, 2 for 1. Iris Acres, 1130 Underwood St. Adv. , William Mickey, 839 W. 5th, will 1>e among the 30 University of Kansas Air Force Reserve Offi cers Training Corps Cadets who will spend four weeks in Air Force orientation and military training at Webb AFB, B i g Springs, Tex. All the students are juniors. They will be in training July and August. The annual Ottawa athletic banquet is to be held Monday, May 18, in Memorial auditorium, instead of May 16 as announced in The Herald yesterday. Karl .Tesdinsky was in Topeka Wednesday attending a statewide Montgomery Wards merchandising meeting. Stock Car Races, Sat. Nite, 7:30. Adv. Edna 'M. Towe filed a petition in District Court asking for a di vorce from Elsa T. Towe on the grounds of gross neglect of duty and extreme cruelty. They were married May 5, 1923. Wayne Keim, 913 N. Hickory, repprted to the police that some one took four hub caps from his car Tuesday or Wednesday. Inducted into the U.S. Army yes terday in Kansas City were Charles Allen Norton Jr., Otta wa; and Fay Dean Pierce, a trans fer from Yellville, Ark. Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi read the Exemplar ritual to Mrs. Larry Ott at a recent meeting with Mrs. Robert Engles. Fourteen were present. Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-4431 •William A. Feitz of Olathe, nephew of Mrs. R. L. Stevens of Ottawa, 428 Walnut, was named, as one of six outstanding seniors in University of Kansas. He lived with Mr. and Mrs. Stevens while attending school in Ottawa. He has been business manager of the Daily Kansan, K. U. student newspaper, this year. The Oyler family reunion scheduled for Sunday has been postponed. It will be held July 19, in Forest Park. Loren Ames, 1136 S. Cedar, who o underwent major surgery a .week ago at Research Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., is reported tbda,y as much improved. Zenith, High Quality Hearing Aids, including eyeglass models at reasonable prices. Cords! molds & supplies available for other makes. Mrs. 0. R. Norman, 947 S. Main. Phone CH 2-3597. F a c n 1 t y representatives of schools of the Kansas Confer :ence will hold their annual meeting at Ottawa University this evening. The meeting will follow a Annual Farm Tour To Be Held May 25 BELGIAN KING and his guests — King Baudouin, of Belgium, has as his guests at ;he Belgian Embassy, President Elsenhov/cr and his pretty daiK.hter-in-law, Mrs. Barbara Elsen- dinner in the the Commons. Sheldon room of Dollie Davis will hold a public auction of household goods at her home north of the Pomona grade school, on Saturday, May 16, starting at 1 p.m. Kelsey Grocery Files Two Suits x The defunct Kelsey Grocery has filed two suits in Franklin Coun- •ty Justice Court, asking f <r i •judgments against local persons The store asks for a judgment of $33.70 against Bernice Bartlett : 130 S. Poplar. In the other charge, the store petitions for ; $16.95 from Mr. and Mrs. Wil ,'liam Hull, 843 S. Sycamore. ; The amount requested in the ;, first petition is for goods, wares and merchandise. The Hull suit charges that they owe thai • amount on the balance of a bill hower, who substituted for the First Lady in at- ending the W the President. Mrs. Eisenhower is visiting her ailing mother in National Guard Changes Given ' Announcement is made of the personnel changes in the Ottawa National Guard unit, brought about by the recent reorganization of the Kansas Army National Guard. The new Ottawa unit will not have an aircraft section. Two officers, 1st Lt. William A. Dempsay and 1st Lt. Arthur Wagoner, who were assigned as airplane pilots have been transferred to the 35th Combat Aviation Company in Topeka. All pilots and aircraft will be assigned to the 35th Combat Aviation Company. Officers reassigned from the old unit, Headquarters and headquar- ers Battery, i""h Fie'd Artillery Jattalion to the new unit, whid s Headquai it. ,, t...u headquarters Battery, 1st Rocket - Howitzer Battalion, 127th Artillery with duty assignment are: Lt. Col. Chester T. Medaris, jattalion commander; Maj. Carl F. Gump, executive officer; Maj. Wilbur E. Anderson, operations and training officer; Capt. Douglas E. Aldrich, intelligence officer to liaison officer; Capt. Donald • R. Capper, battery commander; Capt. Wayne V. Criss, assistant operations and training officer; Capt. Richard G. Gleue, liaison officer to intelligence officer; Capt. John H. Kaiser, motor officer to supply officer; Capt. Glenn W. Ricketts, communications officer;' 1st Lt. Ross E. Howell, motor, officer to survey officer; 1st Lt. David E. Johnson, forward observer to ammunition officer; 1st Lt. Dan E. Karr, adjutant to excess; 1st Lt. James A. Richardson, forward observer to assistant communications officer; 1st Lt. Elmer A. Roth, survey officer to excess; 2nd Lt. Dale E. Cooper, assistant communications officer to forward observer; CWO Lawrence H. Day, personnel officer to motor maintenance officer. Money Deadline For Schoo! Districts Near Saturday noon is the deadline for Franklin County schools to draw their money from the county treasurer's office, Mrs. Roselyn Whirley said today. This is in compliance with a law which says the county treasurer shall pay no money to school districts treasurers during the 2C days before the annual school meetings. ° The rural high schools will hold annual meetings on June 4. The common school districts will meet the next day, June 5. Hospital Notes Admitted Cynthia Norton, 213 S. Oak; Mrs. Velma Home, Williamsburg; Wednesday. George Louderback, 1020 S. Locust; Mrs. Trem Fisher, RFD 3; today. Dismissed Mrs. Lester Wells, 412 W. 1st; Wednesday. « Deaths HENRY DAWSON GILLEY Private graveside services were held today at 10 a.m. in Highland Cemetery, for Henry Dawson Gilley who died May 13. Rev. Charles Knight was in charge. Pallbearers were F. R. Bennett Sr., Fred Kaiser, Dr. R. C. Capron, Bruce Allison and George H. Spears. Surviving are a sister, M r s. Stanley Presbury, and a brother, Dr. Louis H. Gilley. ISAAC L. JONES Isaac "Ike" L. Jones, 89, 709 M. Mulberry, died yesterday at Osawatomie. He was in failing health for some time. Born Sept. 10, 1869, at Chillicothe, Mo., he had lived in Franklin County 70 years and in Ottawa 23 years. A retired farmer, he was the son of Harvey and Maria Jane (McCoy) Jones. He married Nora Shaffer Jan. 21, 1896, at Williamsburg. Surviving are the widow, two daughters, Mrs. M. A. Anderson, Long Beach, Calif.; and Mrs. Ola Keith, Chase; five grandchildren, five great - grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Dora Shaffer and Mrs. Cora Jones, Ottawa. Services will be at Lamb Funeral Home Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Thomas Ingle will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Troopers Cite Two Drivers Two traffic law violation charges were filed in Franklin County Court by local state troopers, today. Another motorist pleaded guilty to a traffic charge. He was Lew W. Logan, 55, Quenemo, who was charged with driving without a valid driver's license. He was fined $5 and costs. Charges were filed against Marlin M. Pierson, 17, 825 E. Wilson, and Donald L. Howard, 21, 104 S. Locust. Pierson is charged with failing to stop at a stop sign one mile north of Ottawa on US59 on May 13. Howard is charged with failing to display current year license plates and having inadequate taillights. He was cited at the south edge of Ottawa on US59 May 13. King Baudouin Off For Detroit WASHINGTON (AP)-King Bau- dpuin of Belgium, ending a three- day state visit here, left today on a 17-day tour of the United States. His first stop was Detroit. Foreign and American diplomats were at the airport here to see him off. Baudouin wore a gray double- breasted suit rather than the general's uniform he was wearing when he arrived three days a'go. He had a friendly word for everyone in a long reception line between the reviewing platform and the plane. He expressed his wish to say goodby to the chauffeurs, the Sf/ cret Service men and members of his motorcycle escort. Officials quickly lined up six drivers, three detectives and two policemen who formed the motorcycle escort during his stay in Washington. Baudouin, with a friendly smile, shook hands and expressed his thanks for their service. Undersecretary of State C. Douglas Dillon said farewell to the King in the name of President Eisenhower who had left Washington 45 minutes earlier for New York. Home owners, homemakers, dairymen a n d other farmers are expected to be on hand May 25, when the Franklin County Extension Council holds its annual balanced farming a n t family living tour. The tour will begin at 9:30 a.m. at the Dean Martin farm, a mile west of the Princeton Cemetery. The group will form ^a car caravan and tour five farms in the Princeton area. Points of interest on the route will be dairy pastures, seeding, landscaping of farm homes, Western ewe herds, heifer feed- ng program, farm shop, hog srogram, a new home, electric leating, soil management prac- itices, stock water ponds with a tank and heater for the. winter; windbreak planting and, at the Ljeroy Wasmund farm, a new dairy barn under construction. At 11 a.m., the group will arrive at the Jack Sawin farm, near the Princeton Cemetery. They will be at the Dale Dieterich farm, a mile north of Princeton Cemelory ,for lunch and a tour ci' his farm. At 2:30 p.m., they will tour the Louis Froggatte farm, and at 3 p.m., they are to arrive at the Wasmund farm, a half mile south of Princeton. Traveling with the group will be Richard King, Wendell Moyer. Robert Bohannon and Harold Sto ver, all extension specialists from Kansas State University. Local county personnel, Don Brown, Rosemary Crist, Les Sallee and Robert Dean, also are scheduled to attend. Admits Murder Of 6-Year-Old MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) — A convicted sex-deviate held in a state mental institution has admitted, police said, the kidnaping and brutal slaying of Ben Wagner, 6, whose battered body was found in a roadside ditch nearly six weeks ago. Booked today on a charge of first-degree murder was Harold W. McLaughlin, 28, who once was cleared of any connection with the case. "He ran out of the car and I chased him," Detective Inspector Rudolph Glaser quoted McLaughlin as saying. "I caught him and held him with one arm and stabbed him three times with the knife I always carried in the car. He screamed and tried to fight me." Ben, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wagner, was on the way with a young companion to buy ice cream for Ben's three sisters when he was lured into the car Saturday night, April 4. His body was found the next day in a ditch along a rural road 15 miles north of here. Funerals CLYDE E. MORGAN Services for Clyde Earl Morgan, who died May 9, were at Appa noose Brethren 12. Rev. Ward Church on Nance and May Rev. . Gerald Mease officiated. P a 1 1- bearers were A. C. Watts, Max Gilmore, Robert Steele, George Royer, Art Mesenheimer and William Hufford. Mrs. Gerald Mease and Mrs. John Humerickhouse sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. George Royer. Burial was in Appanoose Cemetery. Local Markets (First Published April 30, 1959) (Last Published May 14, 1959) In the Probate Court or Franklin County Kansas. Case No. 10-347. In the Matter o£ thn Estate of Bert L Lord, Deceased. Notice of Appointment of Executor To the Creditors, Heirs, Devisees and Legatees of Bert L. Lord, deceased, anc. all others concerned. You and each of you will take notice :hat »n the 24th day of April, 1959 E. E. Haley was appointed executor of the will of Bert L. Lord, deceased anr duly qualified as such executor anc etters testamentary were issued to him on April 24, 1950, by the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas. All parties interested In said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from date of the lirst publication of this notice as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited they shall bo forever barred. E. E. HALEY, Executor of the Will of Bert L. Lord, Deceased. RICHARD O. SKOOG, Attorney for Executor. '. • ................ $.90 2.05 Wheat .................... L78 Rye ......................... 80 White and yellow corn ...... 103 Shelled ..................... L 70 Milo ................... Butterfat ............. .'..'.'".53, .50 Eggs, straight run ........... 15 Graded ................ 22, .19, .15 Heavy Hens .............. ... .07 Light Hens ................... 05 Cocks .......... .............. 04 OK Photo Service 314 S. Main CH 2-1541 Cities Service Storage Area Rocked By Blast "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Furniture Upholstering Truck Seats Recovered Tarps & Combine Canvas repaired. Canvas Awnings ROBERT BARNES «26 Ash Phone CH 2-824? • HUTCHINSON (AP)-An explosion and fire destroyed an office building at the Cities Service Gas Co. storage area southwest of Hutchinson today and threatened tanks containing liquified gas. No injuries were reported. First reports were that two storage tanks exploded, but John Speiger, public relations man for Cities Service, said all four aboveground tanks were intact. The tanks contain about 30,000 gallons of liquified gas. • Don Givens, night watchman, •was in the office when the east side of the building blew cut about 5:30 a.m., before the day's operations had begun. After the blast, Givens said, he of highways 61 and 17. They also have halted train movements in the vicinity. Firemen indicated there was little they could do other than keep the fire from spreading out of the area. saw fires at various spots around | Sheriff's officers and the state the storage area. Speiger said the highway patrol have blocked traf- explosion apparently burst some "ic in the area near the junction pipe connections, setting off fires which Givens saw. Givens said he took emergency action immediately, shutting off underground storage tanks and cutting off the valve on the underground pipeline which runs from Blackwell, Okla., to Hutchinson by way of Wichita. Cause of the explosion was not determined immediately. Nor was there any estimate of damage. The storage facility is located in fairly open country, about a mile west of South Hutchinson on K61. The explosion shattered a number of windows in residences and other buildings in the area. VULCANIZING Tractor—Truck Car Tires GILLILAND GARAGE R. 4 Pho. 6 Centropolis JONES-Isaac "Ike" L., 709 N. Mulberry, resident of Ottawa and Franklin County 70 years, passed away yesterday. Funeral services will be held from the Lamb Funeral Home Saturday, 2:30 p. m., interment following in Highland Cemetery. Public AUCTION I will sell the following articles located north of the Pomona grade school. Saturday, May 16,1959 (Starting at 1:00 p.m.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS: Refrigerator; deep freeze; gas cook stove; kitchen cabinet; dining table and 4 chairs; 3 beds, complete; 4 dressers; gas heater; writing desk; two, 9 x 12 wool rugs; 2 baby beds; gas heater, like new; many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents. Dollie Davis, Owner Auctioneers: clerk: Neal Baxter, Myers & Son Citizen's State Bank, Pomona -„ King t.. • oUtwiL A B " ftg ELVIN E. MALBURG JR., son of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Malburg, 1443 S. Cedar, is among the 15 eighth grade cadets to be graduated from the junior division of St. John's Military School, Salina. Exercises will be held May 24. 4-H School To Be Held Saturday A 4-H clothing training school on judging will be held Saturday n the basement of Memorial Auditorium, Club Agent Les Sallee said today. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. The school, conducted by Sallee and Miss Rosemary Crist, home economics agent, will have iix different classes. There will be both written reasons and oral •easons. Sallee said any Franklin County 4-H member or leader may attend to learn more about clothing and judging. Legate — 1 (First Published in The Ottawa Herald May 14, 1959) (Last Published In The Ottawa Herald May 28. 1959) In the Probate Court of Franklin County. Kansas. Case No. 10-357 In the Matter of the Estate of Frerl D. Willlngham, a. k. a., Fredrick Doug las Wtllingham, deceased. Notice of Hearing on Petition For Probate of Will The State of Kansas Tc All Persens Conceined: You are hereby notified that a petition las been filed in said Court by Dorothy Dandrldgc, as a devisee and legatee 01 Fred D. Willtngham, deceased, praying 'or the admission to probate of the v.l of Fred D. Willlngham dated May 21 1949, which is tiled with Eaid petition and for the appointment of Henry Ed wards as ruiministrator, C. t. a., am you are hereby lequired to file your writt«n defenses 'hereto on or before the 81 h day of June, 1959 at 10:00 o'clock A. M. on said day, in said court, In he City of Ottawa, Franklin County rCansns, at which time said cause wil je heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. DOROTHY DANDRIDGE, Petitioner. OLEASON, GLEASrN, DOTY & LOGAN. Attorneys for Petitioner. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Classified Display ("Local) 13c per line Classified Display (National) 20c per line Special Discount Contract Rates Available. Save 10%—PayCash 10% Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p. m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a-m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. •WANT AD PER WORD RATES Out ot trade territory, 5c per word per insertion. Ne discount, I insertion per word 4c a tnsertloni per word 9c 6 Insertions per word 14c 26 Insertion* per line 13.00 Minimum charge VOo Card of Thnnks..4c per word—70c mln. I Inch Lodge Notices, set with emblem H-W 8 insertion! no change Jl.SO Notices —9 OPEN MASONIC MEETING .for Masons, relatives and friends. Saturday, May 18th- Dinner at 6:30 p. m., price $1.00. Meeting at 7:30 p. m. Musical program, presentation of 50-year imblem and Masonic address by Marguerite Dutsch. Loren A- Ames, W-M. Charles W. Watts. Secy. Sfotices __ —9 Ottawa Shrine No. 19 Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. r- Regular Stated Meeting, /\ Thursday, May 14 at 7:30 /I] p. m. Ceremonial practice. Pig. Sojourners welcome. Myrtle Rogers, W.H.P. Isabelle Jacobsen, W.S. Personals —14 LCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. Write Box 281 Phone CH. 2-4120, Ottawa, Kansas. Nurseries—Seetu — Plants —16 BALB •-, In, fthlnome... Rea.6g pno«. Blegha-«. 1035 Willow tor * *elcome. 902 - —„ Over 400 varieties to chooao from. Visitors welcome. Ward Underwood, 1130 Underwood flt Men Wanted —19 'OULTRY processing samelocation; rear entrance. Tuesday, Thursday, 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 JET ENGINE TRAINING Box P-44, c-o Ottawa Herald. Name Age Street .: y City Phone Time at Home Men and Women Wtd. —23 WANTED—Watklna dealer In Franklin or Anderson County. Write Erne*l Hornberger, RFD 2, Baldwin, Kansas Women Wanted —24 WANT^WAITRESET^JohnnyjB JJafeT WAITRESSES" — Day and night" shifts Apply_ln_ person only. 50-59 Grill. GIRL lor dental assistant. Start last ol May. Experience not necessary. Write Box T-44, c-o Ottawa Herald. General Services — 29 IRONING S__j^____ YARD GRADING, leveling. Lee Carter, YARD MOWING ami Light Hauling— CH 2-1424. WASHINGS AND l¥ONINGS~^~Phone CH 2-4941. WANTED—Painting. Inside or out. Clyde ZlPladorf. CH 2-2946. KNAPP SHOES — Lee Carter, 1328 Willow. CH 2-3659. EAVES guUer,"~forced air heating. Ira Meade. CH 2-3508. LAWNS TO MOW—Phone CH 2-33891 _--_.__.. PAINTING Wanted. Seasonable rates. Free estimates. References. Phone CH 2-BG86. DEA~D ANIMALS removed. Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa— CH 2-1064. HENRY ALBAN - HydTaullc Jack «er vice, small engine repair. New and nsed jacks lor tale. 715 Willow. WALLPAPER rejn»TeeT¥y steam. Paint- tag, papering. Conrad'i Spray, Painters and Decorators. Phone CH 2-1268. Bring in your Old Paint for free shaking in cur new paint shaker at GAMBLES, J28 S. Main. 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 Brand New GE Swivel Top CLEANERS Complete with attachments. MACK Electric 330 S. Main CH 2-2263 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 Positions Wtd. —Women —sn BABY-SITTING in aiy home. Mulberry. 919 N. Livestock —84 FUREBRED Hamp boar. Elmer Brown, Paola. 3-YEAR-OLD la&dle mare. Jim Hull Princeton. FOR SALE—Purebred Berkshire boara. Kenstoffer, CH 2-5556. THREE fresh Holstein heifers, each giving 5 gallons of milk per day. 624 W. Wilson. FOR SALE—Two purebred rams, 2 yrs. old, Suffolk and Hampshire breeding. Ralph Wnaley. RFD 2, Lawrence, Has. Phone VI 3-4538. Nurseries — Seeds — Plants —16 FREE — A potted ageratum if you visit the Davis Orchard Greenhouse, Baldwin, Kansas, Friday, Sat., or Sunday. A very large selection of flowers, vegetables, perennials, etc., on hand. Special—Pepper plants, 25c dozen. WILL SELL at the Franklin County Sales Co., Wilson 4 Locust Streets, Saturday. May 16. Miscellaneous will sell at 10:30 a. m. Livestock will start selling at 12:30 p. m. 2 Angus cows, calves by side; 2 Whiteface cows, calves by side; 6 Shorthorn cows, calves by side; 1 Angus cow and calf; 1 Whlteface cow and calf 1 Angus cow and calf; 1 coming 2-year-old registered Polled Hereford Bull, good individual; 3 head of Jersey cows, tested; several other tested cows; 15 head mixed stock steers; 10 mixed .Mock heifers; 8 Wirteface stock heifers; 10 head red and roan heifers: 6 head Holsteir. steer?; several odd head of stock cows, some are spring- ers, some have calves; 25 head of lightweight stock steers and heife.s; many other odd head of cattle of all types, baby calves; hogs of all types, several bunches of pigs; hay. posts and miscellaneous. Fred Coon, Owner; Harold Ftewart and Charles Beatty, Auctioneers. FaiTrn^Equlpment -—35 ^ __ 6-CAN, sld j-operiing milk" coole?r 2~yrs. old, will finance. McFadden Farm i Store, lola, Kansas. Wise, for Sale -40 PIANO, excellent tone, $60. See" Sixth. ww: sALft - 4tt*6 anooU table, booths. Call Shirley Brooks at Cafe. BVAPOKATlViD air cooler, l«6o P.** P.M., ilk* new, uied very little. 118 8. Locust. ii toh and iofty . . . COIOM retain brilliance In carpets cleaned Vtttt Blue Lustre, Malott Hardware. 18 Good used POWER MOWERS, all guaranteed. : GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Crushed Rock For Driveway* All Sizes. Government approved lime. Stockpile for immediate delivery. Edwin Moler CH 2-3112 ELECTRIC MOTORS V15 to 1 h p. Standard and Heavy Duty 740 to 3450 R.P.M. $9.95 and up. MALOTT HARDWARE Near new Craftsman 90-amp. ARC WELDER complete with cables, electrode holder, gr'nd clamp, hood and rod, Guaranteed. Operates on either 110 or 220 volts. Buy for less than % new price. ONLY $49.95 or $5 down and $5 each month. GAMBLES. 128 S. Main Need A Graduation Gift? New 5-pc- Metal DESK ENSEMBLE. Includes portable typewriter with standard keyboard and snap-on carrying case, sturdy metal desk with 2 drawers, folding chair, desk, lamp and large Webster's Illustrated Dictionary. ALL for ONLY $79.95 plus tax, or $8.75 down and $7.00 each month.. Gambles, 128 S. Main Sporting Goods —42 FISHING BOAT, oais, 3 h.p. mofcr, trailer. Only J75.00. Waymlrc's Army .SurpJus._J!16_N._ Main. NEW Mercury /outboard rnotorj priced $100.00 less than some competitive makes. 244 mos. to pay. Nothing outruns, outpullK, outlasts a Mercuvy. _jVaymlre's Surplus Elore, 115 N. Main. USED ]?' runabout. 30 h. p. Mercury motor, trailer. Waymlre'f Surplus, 1X6 N. Main. NEW 40 li. p. Scott outboard motor, with all controls. Will sell at cost Call CH 2-2101 during day or CH 2-3201 after 8:00. ^ Two 12-ft. wood ski boats, in good shape. Selection of used Fishing Motors. Malott Hdw. dome Furnishings —48 ROLL-AWAY Bed and wooden kitchen table. CH 2-2S66._ _ TRANSFERRED~— Must s'eif'2 match' Ing rugs, pads and 3 small runners: living room rug 2t'6"x9', dining room 10'x]0'; also 8-plccc dining room suite. 536 Ash. Phone CH 2-3136. Used BUNK-BEDS, in good condition. Only $1.25 a week. DOUGLAS BROS., 103 S- Main 2-Pc. LIVING ROOM SUITES and Sectional LIVING ROOM SUITES, $29.50 and up. DOUGLAS BROS., 103 S. Main SOFA SLEEPERS, Ml size in- perspring mattress. Choice of colors. Foam rubber cushions. COLBY'S Warehouse, 124 S. Main. Just Received: Almost new 3-pc. SECTIONAL, reversible airfoam cushions, heavy nylon washable cover. Looks like new, could L« sold for new. New price was $289.95. Buy NOW for $139.70. Pay $19.50 down, $9.50 each month. GAMBLES, .128 S. Main Used Furniture 1 used Cushioned Glider Chair $7.50 1 used Swivel Rocker, high back, excellent. $24.50 1 used 54-inch round oak Dining Table $12.50 1 used Occasional Chair, nylon cover, foam cushion. $37.50 1 used Hi-Chair $6.50 1 used 33x60 Dining Tabl« plus 2 leaves. $14.50 2 used Simmons Twin-size Box Spring and Mattress $15.00 Set 2-pc. used Divan & Chair, zipper slip cover. $29.95 1 used Wine Mohair Sofa & Chair $19.95 1 used Green Sofa $19.50 1 used full-size Metal Bed $7.50 1 used mirrcr top Coffee Table $7,50 2 used twin-size plastic covered Beds with wood rails. $7.50 1 set of 6 used Dining Chairs, 5 side, 1 arm. $39.50 TERMS Quin's Furniture Opposite Courthouse Appliances -49-A UPRIGHT 1958 Kelvinator, 18 cu. ftT, deep freezer. Reasonable price. 810 S. Locust. Excepti'bnaily go~o~duTeTd~~ ELECTRIC RANGE, looks like new, works like new. New guarantee. Only $1.25 a week- DOUGLAS BROS., 103 S. Main "AUTOMATIC WASHERriesT" than 2 years old, perfect condition. Less than Half Price. DOUGLAS BROS.. 163 S. Main

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