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CLASSIFIED MM. charge «ny «4 ........... 48e 1 ctay, ptr word ....... ........ Ae I daft, ptr word ............. ISe I days, per word ...... ....... 2te to myft, P*» word ............ tOt IMS 10 per cent for eosk in advance DIALBR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS OtadKitt for day of Weekday* and Saturday* f :00 a.m. IS HHpOftftlDM rOf ORly MM iMorroet kntrtio*. Smiets HINKLE TREE Service. Tree trimmed and removed. Trees and yard fertilized. Fully Insured. BR 6-4147. —16 1—Special Notices Garden City Retidentt If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekday} 4:00 p.m. Saturday* Pleats Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4.5 p.m. Saturday* For Your Paper jALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ! Meeting every Thursday, 8 'p.m., at Gnrdendnle Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phone BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIB - ERS: When writing about ygur Telegram subscription p Ic a s e send your address and all num- ben as shown on a recent issue. -Itf 2—Miscellaneous McVICKER AND SCOTT professional auction service, BR 61462. Garden City, Kansas. -Itf 2—-Miscellaneous WE PAY $1 cash If any same item can be mrchasrd at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G. —31tf ELECTRIC GUITAR, dual pickup with separated volume and tone controls, solid, double nut- away body. Laminated, detachable neck, with inline tuning knobs. Dark mahogany finish. Call BR 6-8120. , —20 3—Lost, Pound, Strayed STRAYED: WHITE face heifer. Weight around 600 Ibs, yellow tag in right ear, under bit out of both ears, branded bar-one, bar on right hip. Charles Newsom, BR 6-3493. —22 $100 REWARD FOR information leading to recovery of cattle. Branded, bar, backward "L" on Iff hip or lazy "Jo" on left shoulder. John O'Neal, Cimarron, Kansas. —24pd 5—Business Services TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Co. -31tf WANTED PAINTING, interior or exterior, any size job. BR 0 4816. —29 For DEAD STOCK REMOVAL Call BR 6-6711 Garden City, Kansas JAY HAWK Rendering, Inc. Prompt Service Always P.E FINISHING, upholstering and slip covering of furniture. Call Mr?. Laura Borthwick at BR 67255. —20 1608 INC. 15 TON MOBILE CRANE BASEMENT EXCAVATING BULLDOZER WORK MOTOR GRADER BACKHOE WORK WASHED AND GRADED SAND AND GRAVEL PHONE BR 6-3010 E. Fulton Garden City 27-TF 7—Help Wonted DEALER WANTED for remarkable new, rugged, off road type vehicle. Here is a real opportunity to make some good money in your spare time. Contact Arlie Cox, Box 705, Meade Kansas. —19 8—Situations Wonted WILL DO sewing. Mrs. William Borah,.BR 6-8065. —20 WILL DO housework and ironing. Call BR 6-5794. —21 WANTED: BABYSITTING and sewing . BR 6-6630. —24 11—Heel Estate YOU CAN own a new three bedroom house with full basement for $795 down and payments $82.81 per month, includes interest and principal. North Main location. Call BR 6-4180 after 6:00 P.M. —21 11 o—Mobil* Homes REPOSSESSED 1963 model, ihre* bedroom, front Kent UNFURNISHED ONE bedroom apartment with garage. Available Feb. 10th. Call BR 6-5375 before 5:00 and BR 6-3333 after five. -4tf PATTERSON'S STUDIO apartment, adults only, central heating, tile bath, kitchenette. Phone BR 6-3501. —6tf BACHELOR APARTMENTS Furnished, private bath monthly or weekly rates. 208 N. 1st. -Itf UNFURNISHED TWO bedroom house, all newly decorated. 2109 N. Main, Phone BR 6-5706. —19 NEEDING SERVICES on these appliances? Irons, Toasters, Coffee makers, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers. Call Br 6-4803 for service. Free pickup and delivery on small appli anccs within city. -7tf 6—Good Things To Eat FLORIDA LARGE juicy oranges, grapefruit, 40 Ibs. No. 1 while potatoes 97c, White onions. Farmers Market, East Fulton. —21 /—Help Wonted GARDEN CITY MULT I-LIST TWO ACRES Pour bedroom, (wo ttory brick. Many, feature! Include double garage, natural gai forced heat, carpet, tiled bath, itorm windows. Clote •4o highway. Taxei $93.00. Priced under $19,000.00. Tekei $4,000.00 ..jto handle. ji, Atherton ? Stallsworth 1011 Agency I. Fu!h>. BR 6-S262 BARGAINS 1 Bdrm. with large hit. Full flntthed •'betement. Near HI School. $12,600. Ml 200 Sq. ft. I vr. old. 3 Bdrm. with -full bimt. Built-in kitchen. Only $14,500. Name your term*. Owner ^forced to tell. Speclout 3 Bdrm. ft den. Fireplace. ;jCorner location. Here It an opportunity to get a lovely home on I'termt YOU CAN AFFORDI L < • ( ' /( / .S 'M < / Real Estate M 4-4711—Eve. I* 4-3117 WOODS Rtal Estate Mgr. 110 W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 3 Bdrm, carpeted living room, fireplace, eait. $15,500.00. 2 Bdrm, carpeted throughout, large kitchen & utility. $9,750.00. 50 foot x 140 foot reiidtntlal lot —Welt tide. Two blocki to tchool. JESSE scoir REALTORS 101 (.FULTON Save thru the Multi-List Exchange! SALES ENGINEER (Oilfield) College graduate! (21-281 with one year of college chemiltry. Previous oil field experience preferred. Advancement based on merit. Formal training program in laboratory and field. Excellent employe* benefit.. Send resume of education and experience to Box PI 50 c/o The Telegram. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 86-7T SMALL APARTMENTS, no children. Call BR 6-4327 till 5:00 P.M. -21 TWO BEDROOM house at 401 N. Evans, $65.00 per month. Inquire at Friends School, Fred Ititz. —20 THREE BEDROOM house with garage. Call morning and after 6:00 P.M. evenings, BR 64894. 805 Pearl. —19pd FURNISHED BACHELOR size house. Apts. $25. month. 64001. —19 DISHWASHER, APPLY son, Coffee-Ann Shop. in per- -lltf MANAGEMENT TRAINEES taking applications in person. One to two years college, single, $75.00 weekly to $325 a month. Two to three years college, married, $80.00 weekly to $375 monthly. Must have military obligation fulfilled. F. W. Woolworth. -20 EXPERIENCED mornings. Apply Jade Cafe. WAITRESS in person —19tf THREE ROOM furnished apartment, private entrance and privet bath, no pets, adults only. 706 N. 6th, Call BR 6-3905 or BR 6-7463. —21 FURNISHED AND unfurnished apartments. Close in, bills paid, BR 6-4205. —22 n—Real Estate FOR SALE: New two bedroom house; full basement, stove and oven, ceramic bath, $500 djwn. 15 08 Hattie St., Phone BR 6-5789 or BR 6-5200. —2t kitchen, 55' x fully furnished. 10", ttorm windowt, $3,995 Hiway 50 West Garden City, Kanta* JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES BR 6-6881 Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 days We trade for anything 90-TF Hamilton County Jaycees Hold Slim Rec Loop Lead Six more games have been played in recreational league basketball at Ben Grimsley Gym here. Three contests were Saturday night. In the opener, Santa Fe Motors of Deerfield nudged Garden CHy Jaycees 38-32. The Jaycees had led 20-13 at intermission Both those clubs had been winless before that game. E. Ploeger paced Deerfield with 14 points. Richardson and Jones each notched 11 for the losers. In the second game Saturday, Best Seed Co. defeated Henkle Drilling 59-29. Earl Eliasen led Best Seed with 15 points. D. Den- Big Rally Pays for Deerfield TRAILER FOR sale; 55' by 10' 1962 Skyline fifth Avenue model. Contact Bob Peterson a t Safeway. —24pd Garden City Mobile Homes Hiway 50 West BR 6-4811 24', 12', 10' wide New Trailers now on display. Also 10' and 8' wide Used Trailers. 70-TF MUST, SELL 46' by 8' trailer house. Inquire at 1310 E. Chestnut. Trailer five. —20 14—Wont to Hirf TAME RABBITS: Contact at 211 South 10th. Anytime after 4:00 P.M. Monday thru Saturday and all day Sundays. —22pd USED KITCHEN chairs, dresser or chest of drawers. Call BR 6-3705. • —19 15—Form Machinery HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy, Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 12) W. Laurel IK 4-7741 t-TF NEW THREE bedroom homes. Fully carpeted, draped, birch kitchen, five closets. Full base ment partitioned. $595 ' down, $80.64 per month. Merlin Smith, BR 6-4886 or BR 6-4180. —19 WE NEED 1 man for the Garden City area who will follovy up leads to demonstrate and sell the Forney Combination repair equipment. Good pickup or snial van required. Experience with farmers and farm repair helpful. Our men are making $157.50 and up per week. No investment or overnight traveling. Must be bondable. For personal interview, Write F. H. Newton. P.O. Box 563, Ft. Collins, Colo. -21 Schreiber's Lot is Loaded with True Blues! STOP IN AND INVESTIGATE THESE LOW PRICES DURING "GREAT PERFORMERS TIME" * $1995 1 '59 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille "A fine one local owner car which has received excellent care. We have serviced it regulaHy ever since It was sold new by us. All of the tine Cadillac features Including factory air conditioning, power teat •> windows -'brakes and steering, whitewalls, tinted glass. $895 '59 CHEVROLET Be! Air Sedan V-8 performance with automatic transmission. Whitewalls. A nice clean car inside and out. $1395 '58 CADILLAC Coupe This ti a beauty and you need to see it to appreciate Its mint condition. Full power equipment plus factory air conditioning and whitewalls. A quality car at • quality price. $835 " '51 CHEVROLET Impala Sport Coupe fne beginning of the modern hardtop with its long, tow styling. V-8 with automatic transmission, white-, walls. A vary sharp '58. $2150 '62 OLDSMOBILE 88 Sedan Rocket V-8 with Hydramatic. A local «ne owner car which hat received proper and prompt service In our Service Department. Low mileage. Big car comfort ft • very reasonable price. FOR SALE by owner: New large three bedroom house, full basement, brick veneer, Forced air heating. BR 6-6851. -lOtf PUBLIC SALE We are having a Public Sale at the Raymond Morris place 8 miles east of Garden City on Highway 50 on Monday, March 9. If you have machinery to sell, give us your listing on or before Feb. 29. Earl Barton or John Collins • I-4T 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE: One Jersey milk cow; also, one young heifer Call BR 6-3477. -49pd REGISTERED GERMAN shep herd pups. 1406 "A" St. -20 FOR SALE: Weanling pigs. Cal BR 6-6227. —20 BY OWNER, three bedroom house with full basement, carpeted and draped. Good, all- school location. Call BR 6-7938. —25 UNDER $11,000.00 Two bedroom plus garage, elder home. Three bedroom, two yeart old. Two bedroom plui full basement and double garage. DALE REAL ESTATE 103 E. Laurel Call Day or Evenings BR 4-7827 92-H FOR SALE by owner attractive three bedroom house. Excellent location near all schools. Only six years old, patij, garage, storage room. Washer • dryer. 1404 N. Main, BR 6-3708. —19pd FOR SALE: BR 6-5352. Hampshire boar —20pd WANTED: GOOD home for puppy, part wire - hair and terrior Has all shots, loves children. Cal BR 6-7777 after 5:30 P.M. —21pd DEERFIELD A big rally In he final period here Tuesday night gave Deerfield High a hrilling 58-55 non-conference bas- etball victory over Ingalls. At Ingalls on Jan. 28, Deerfield had won by 16 points, 63-47. Deer- ield now has an overall 6-12 rec- >rd, and Ingalls is 6-10 overall. Tuesday's game was the last of he regular season for Deerfield. ngalls closes its regular slate at lome against Montezuma Thursday night in a Santa Fe Trail League test. Deerfield led most of the first half: 18-16 and 31-30 at the first wo stops. But Ingalls had a 17-10 bird-period scoring edge to move n front' by 47-41 at the three- quarter mark. In the crucial final stanza, the host Spartans piled up a 17-8 scoring bulge. Deerfield took over for »ood some two minutes before the end of the game. The winners shot 52 per cent (22 of 42) from the field, converted 14 of 21 free shots, and grabbed 22 rebounds. Jim Zuibeck was the leader with 22 grabs. Ingalls shot 40 per cent (19 of 48) from the field and hit 17 of 28 at the line. Zubeck paced Deerfield scoring with 19 points. He converted 7 of 13 free shots. Roger Scheuerman added 15 points and Garry Novack 13. Dennis Penner looped Ingalls with 17 points. Bill Korf scored 13 and Lonny Wartman 11. Preliminary: Deerfield won B-team game by 54-51 as Terry Cox socred 28 points. He hit 9 field goals and 10 of 14 free shots. Ron Penner led losers with 11 points. Deerfield's next game will be next week here when it plays host to the annual Class BB district tournament. DF'ERFIELD — Btirry S-0-6-6: Francis 0-1-5-1; SchCTierman 6-3-4-16; G. Novack 6-3-3-13: Zubeck 6-7-3-19; Kueker 0-0-2-0; Swords 2-0-0-4. Totals 23-14-22-68. INOA1-LS — Wartimn 4-3-2-H; Loewen 1-1-3-3; Iralk 1-2-1-4; Neufeldt 1-3-3-6: D. Penner 7-3-0-17: D. Payne 0-0-3-0; Korf 4-5-4-13; O. Payne 1-0-0-2. Totals 19-17-16-55. Deerfteld Ingelti U 16 17— «» 8—5S 18—Household Ne*ds USED HEATING stoves, all sizes. Coast-To-Coast, Garden City, Ks. -Itf UPRIGHT PIANO, excellent co dition recently tuned. Avail$50.00, 503 Em- —20pd able March 1st. erson. 17—SMds, Feeds FOR SALE: Sumac cane, shredded, baled, in stack, 65c tier bale. R-eifred Yost, Copeland, Kan sas. Phone North 8-2423. —21 18—Household Needs Tension Seal STORM WINDOWS Free Estimates Call HAWLEY BROS. BR 6.5311 J3-TF HOUSES ready n $1995 '63 CORVAIR Moma Coup* Top-line Corvair with 102 HP engine, 4 on the floor, bucket seatt. Whitewalls. EZI glass. A like new one owner car. $1550 '62 CHEVROLET Biscayne Sedan Economical V-8 with standard transmission. Another fine one local owner car. Low mileage, good tires, EZI tinted glass. Tops for a steady, dependable family or school car. $2295 '63 FORD Galaxie 500 Sedan V-8 with Cruis-o-mat!c transmission. One owner car with excellent care. Good tires, tinted glass. Low mileage. $1775 '62 CORVAIR Moma Coup* Top performing Spyder equipped Moma with ISO HP engine, 4 on the floor, bucket seats, EZI tinted glass, whitewalls. One local owner who bought it from us and hat had it serviced regularly in »ur Service Department. 3 BR new northwest, Carpet. $1,000. down. 2 BR older house with barn In back. Carpet. Below $7,000. 3 BR split nice. 3 BR split northeast. 2 BR brick real cute $10,500. KEUER.IEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 IR 4-4544 level northeast, very level air conditioned 3 BR Good school location, double garage, no loan expenie north. 3 BR carport iust redecorated nice yard, $2200. equity west side. SPECIAL LOW PRICES on White Sinks matching bate cabinets. Various sizes. Stainless steel sink tops Double Drain Boards DON'S SERVICE Radio * TV Ith ft Laurel 92-H Pratt Juco Coach Quits PRATT — Bennie Frantz, now completing his fourth season as head basketball coach at Pratt Junior College, has resigned the post. His resignation is effective at the end of the current school year He did not announce his future plans. Frantz coached four seasons at Mullinville High and had a 7321 record. He then coached three years at Pratt High and had an overall 36-31 record there. His 1957-58 Pratt High team finished fourth in the state. He moved up to the juco job at the start of the 1960-61 season replacing Marion (Arkie) Vaughn at the Beaver helm. Hi* first ttam in 1960-61 finish ed 13-12 overall and 4-5 in the Jayhawk Juco Conference's Western Division. In 1961-62 the Beavers were 11-12 overall and 3-7 in the conference. Last season PJC was 16-9 overall and 4-6 in the league To date this season, Pratt is 5-14 overall and 2-6 in the confer ence. Thus Frantz' four-season overall reocrd at PJC is 45-47 But his clubs have finished below the .500 level in the rugged leagu each time: 13-24 for the four sea sons. In the four seasons, Garden City Juco holds a 7-3 edge over Pratt in basketiball. His 11-year coaching record overall is 154-99 This season is only his third losin; campaign in 11. FOR SALE: Wurliteer spinet piano two years old, like new, mahogany finish, $450.00 Phone BR 6-3478 after 6:00 P.M. -20 Orlando Cepeda led the Gian hitting attack on the road in 1963 getting 21 home runs and battin .351. Fa* I fiftttlen City T WedMtdoy, Mi. It, If44 on added 14 and R. Denton 12. Henkle and Walters each scored for the losers. Nightcap saw Fuller Brush udge Oswalt Industries 39-38 in • lirilier. Johnson made the wining field goal with 18 seconds eft. Oswalt Industries missed everal field-goal attempts in the emaining seconds. Johnson also paced his club vith 22 points, and Maciner addled 5. Tops for Oswalt was Morgan ivith 11 points. Anethtr thrac games were ilayed in the league Tuesday night here. " In the opener. Dicks' Dairy acked School Faculty 77-39, pil- ng up the fourth-highest score In a league game this season. Jerry Wade hit 21 points for the vinners. Rupp got 14 points, " Marion Melts 13, and Bobbitt 1L Bob Adams led Faculty with 16 points. Second game saw Hamilton" County Jaycees of Kendall defeat arnand Furniture 39-24, paced >y Terry Lindner's 11 points. Jerry Horning led the losers with 12. In the nightcap, Earl's 60 Service rolled over Ingalls 65-49. Tile defeat was only the second of the eague season for Ingalls. Wartn Alexander and Mickey Williams teamed for 43 of the! winners' 65 points. Alexander scored 23, Williams 20. Pat Keller added 11. Jim O'Blenness and O'Blenness each scored 14 for Ingalls. Three postponed games still remain to be made up. Those are Kendall vs. Garden City Jaycees, Lakin Jaycees vs. Earl's 66 Service, and Ingalls vs. School Faculty. The standings through and Im eluding Tuesday night's three gams and the remainder of this week's schedule: w 10 10 9 9 7 7 f- 5 4 ' 4 I'l 0.11 M 71 STANDINGS Team Kendall: Ham. County Jc'e Dicks' Dairy Earl's 66 Service Incalls Lakta Jnycees Best Seed Co. School Faculty Henklo Drilling Fuller Brush G-arnand Furniture Oswalt Industries Deerfield Santa Fe Motor* Garden City Jaycees Total! SCHEDULE Thnridajr — Garden City Jaycees) vs. Henkle Drilling ut 7:30 p.m. Lakln Jaycees vs. Oswalt Industrie* at 8:30 p.m. Best Seed Co. vs. School Faculty at 9:30 p.m. Friday — Hamilton County Jay* cees of Kendall vs. Fuller Brush at 7:30 p.m. Dicks' Dairy vs. Earl's 6S Service at 8:30 p. m. Garnand Furniture vs. Ingalls at 9:30 p.m. Saturday — Santa Fe Motors ot Deerfiel'd vs. Henkle Drilling at 7:30 p.m. Garden City Jaycees vs. School Faculty at 8:30 p.m. Lakln Jayceea vs. Hamilton County Jayceei of Kendall at 9:30 p.m. —Closing out sale — Radios, TVs, stereos and appliances. Don's Service Radio and TV. —»df CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sbeffer\ USED SPINET pianos. Write or call collect Clark Music Co., 409 North 8th, Garden City, Kansas. Phone BR 6-7362. —19 20—Autos and Trucks 1962 COMET, 16,000 actual miles, like new. Can be seen at Five Points Skelly. —19 garage, full base- northeatt $500.00 j 3 8R attached ment carpeted, down. 2 BR attached garage, full basement, carpeted, northeast $500.00 down. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 4.367* 90-TF SCHREIBER MOTORS USED CAR LOT 101 N. Main "Driva With Care- Everywhere" Phone BR 6-3211 •I-JT-H FRONT-END ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCING New Bear front-end alignment equipment hat just been installed and we are pleased to have Mr. Allen Unruh as our Alignment Specialist. Mr. Unruh has had ten years experience in Garden City on front-end problems. A "drive-over" toe-in gauge has been installed In our Service Department driveway and every car and truck is automatically checked fre* of charge. If you are in doubt about the front-end alignment or wheel balance iust drive in for a free and quick check-up. SCHREIBER MOTORS Chevrolet - Oldsmobile - Cadillac 51$ N. Main BR 6-3216 Bl-H MODEL A-1931 Coupe. All original in excellent condition. See at Moser's Garage or call DR 6< 4204 or DR 6-4418, Tribune, Kansas. —20 1958 FORD FAIRLANE 500, four door, V8, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes. Real nice car, $645. Will take tvade. Phone BR 6-3515. —2 1927 FORD, ROADSTER. 301 cubic inch, chevy engine for $275. BR 6-9902. —20 1963 CHEW n SS, six cylinder, standard transmission,* extras like new, $3100. BR 6-6655. —21pd FOR SALE or trade: 1955 Ford Vi ton pickup with hand wrench. Leslie Coen, Route l, Garden City. —31 UGAUS (First published in the Garden City Telegram on 19th day of February, 1964. Last published on the 4th day of March. 1964.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ADA BILLINGS, deceased. No. 3979 The State of Kansas to alt Persona Interested In the Estate of Ada Billings, deceased. . , Public notice ia hereby given that I, the undersigned. administrator of the estate of Ada Billings, deceased, and pursuant to the orders of the Probate Court of Finney, State of Kansas, will on the 17th day of March 1964, on the front atepa of the courthouse, at 8 p.m., in *e City of Garden City, County of Finney, Stale of Kansas, offer for sale at public auction and eell to the highest bidder for cash all of the following described real estate situated in and being in the County of Finney aud State of Kansas, namely: Lot 14, Block 3. Jones and Walker Addition to Garden City. Kansas. Dated at Garden City. Kansa*. this IWh day of February, 1994. Harrison Smith Administrator of the Estate of «4« BUUns*> deceased. 23 24 50 25 38T 48 51 22 55 ei HORIZONTAL 47. purposed l.leap 6. ugly old woman 8. harvest 13. on the ocean IS. wing M. Italian island 15. close by 16. 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