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COUNTY ]~VIetv&~ Rermebeck, Clerk, Dist. Wichita sp~t the week-end visit- /Mx. ~d .Mrs. Defray Dunn were Sunda~-. Dale and his son, Date, .......... ~ ~'~r 1163, Oawker City; Charles ~S~ash, ing rel.atives and friends a Moxtt- hosts to the Young Peoples Pin- Jr., had came after 'her ,the prey- IONIA NEt ,, t,M.ankato; Mrs..Charles Swanson, rose a~d Formoso. On Sunday ,they ochre Ciab. he!d .~L ,Lheir home ions wck-cr~d for ,a visit in Em- By MRS. LOVONA BARTLEY ~~ ,Courtland; Supt. and lVIr~. Jerome were firmer guests of 2~Ir. and Sunday ewmng, p~Aa aL :Dal:?s home. - -- ......... l/MeColey, Atwood; /M.rs. Bill Sire- ~'x. Roy Keemr. Dormie K.eele~c OrviKe o~ncs w, as dismiz-'sod on Mrs. Lyal!l Doxon is a paHent 'Mrs. J~n Bu~dett attended lllilIO mona, FoIrneso: Ge~e Frerichs, and son. Grag~ry, of `Mol;krase Tuesday fr..m the SL J~scptfs Hos- in ~e St. Joseph's Hospital. where ehu~h wiLh bet mother, "M,rs. Ben Clerk, Dist. 66, Superior; W. Keith were ai~ernoon visitors, pital in Cancordia, "a~d is makin~ she unde~wen.t surgery. Diecker, in Lebanon a week ago motorists were ch~ged:Pair. Burr Oak; Karen S. Garmam Mx. a~d `Mrs. A. R. Kingsley a satia[acLoxT recovery. Sunday in' eb~ewance of M,m. were guests for Sunday din~r of ,Mr. and (Mrs. A.mo~d J,~rm'm, gs of' ............................ speeding by Trooper Cr~n-:and Carolyn LeClair..Mankato. [Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stafford oi Clyde, Kans., spen~ the week-endl pied guilty 'and paid court , MONTROSE NEWS and fines as follows: Walter ............ 'Mankato at the Dinner Ball Rest- 'at ~he hcme of his mo~her, l~rs. I ~asil. $25.00; Robert J. Peare, ~ . .., ~ ~ laurant in Be~levi'lte. Jessie Jennings. Afraid. a repre- By Mrs. Lloyd Gardner (Merrit*t H. Kindler, $10.00; P ORMO~O NEWS I Mrs. Mar[h.a StuSer was he,tess semative of Mutu, a:l of Omaha. has DanieIs. $30.00; Jerome O. Br WAUNrrA I'ZEIR [ to the Helpi~'g Ha, r~d Club on r.ecmved a pvo.mo~ion and is being $10.00; James E. Dray Thursday af~c_vnoan. A ValenirmltPa~nsferred ~o St. Francis. Karts. $30.00; Edward L. Curfman. 71;;il exchange was enjoyed, f~l,l~y~vedI .1V~r. and ~Ii's.. ~ N'o~h ~n~ Mr. and ~Mrs. B~ll Simmon by reh~eshme~ts. I sons of Rebait were Sunday e~en- l.the week~end az the home of their "M:r..a~d "Mrs. Jimmy (Ma~ti~ of i~g supper guests o~ her parents. motorists were charged daughter. /Mrs. _~vin Colson, and SMi~a spent ,the week-end a he ~. a~d .Mrs. Orville James. Coison. ,and made the ac- borne of her pavent~..Mr, and Mrs. .Mr. ,and hq_rs. Addison Carlson o~ speeding by Trooper Cran-'~M.r. and foriei.ted bonds covering quMnta~ce of their new .great Taylor Clark. On Saturday even- Mr..a~d "Mrs. ~ert Kelly veen, t Idle Liberty, fM.o., for a visit with "Mr. and ~M.r& Dave /M~Campbell and family. I 1V~r. and "Mrs. Howamd Buekn~H of Hardy, ,Mrs. Art Kissinger of Superior. Mr. and /Mns. Earl Finn Courkl~nd were coffee guests of and M;2ss Susan Your~g of Ra, r~dMi Dieeker's 83rd biv~hd:ag. ,Stitch and Chatter Club met for :~eir ~%bruavy meeting at the home of Mrs. 'l%m Miles on Feb- ruary 7th. ~Mrs. Wok Dietz viol.ted Mr. and Mrs. John Coun,~n Tuesday. T~e Jew, etl County Grade Tournament hc~d at Esbon last week ,was wel,l attended and the firmls are Chis W, eda~esday even- ing. Ionia boys are p~aying at 6:00 p. m. for conaotati.on Some very ex- citing and exeeptionNty well p;ay- fi~ms arid co~l~ costs: Donald grandson, the son of ,Mr. and M~s. ~eat; Harvey Martin; Dorothy Lormie Spiker of Silver Lake, eiffus; Billie E. 'lVIavtin. ESa~s. ,Guests ,Sunday of Mr. and /Mrs. C. Fall. Jr.. Coun'ty Clerk, Wa}ter GAmm were ~fr. and Mrs. the Courthouse will be Bud Ha~Igren and daugh~'s. Mr. Washington's Birthday, Sat- and Wits. Ruben ,C.~Ns~n, and ~4~r. Feb. 22. and Mrs. Gus Hail~,'en of Court- la~d Ed and ,Mary Johnson of 16. 12:05 P, M.. norhh of Scandia. The occasion was in oh- Drug Store, Gregory i serva~ee of ,the ~birthdays of ~.rs. eolldded with a parked car. GarDen ,and ,Mr. Grimm. were n'o injuries, and ap- Mr. and "Mrs. J~hn Johnson and $65.00 damage to the family a, ef Tuesday by jet from ]Wichita for /Mexico City, where they will visit a the home cff her Ag~.t arid/Mrs. Freeman were m hqan~h~tt~n, Satur- They visi, ted ~eir children. also saw a nephew, F~ank E. of CounW Superintendem: ,has moved from .tt~,e six~ popuiaN0n to fourth, jump- ~head of Ohio and ~,',l'mois. now has a popuhtion of 000. callers ~and visitors in office ehe past week were: V. L. Oldfield. Burr Oak; Izoomis. Jewell; Mr. and ~VIrs. ~outz, Bm, r Oak; Tom Frye, Henry Stoics, Love~ed.l School; R. A. Harper, I~an- CI~W, ~V~o.; Denze~ B. Ekey, Department. Topeka: Mr. Floyd Davidson, Webber; pa~en, t~, ffV~r, and M~s. John Sh~r,v. ~VIr. a~i iMps. H. G. Field ~ent from Wednesday,~ un,t~l Saturday *at the home of their daughter. Mrs. l=to~aid Sm~ford, :Mr. Stafford, Traei and Mike. of ~-Iugoton. Karts. Mr. ~md ~J~vs. C~tf~a'd Higbee and ghildve~ were Thursday a~ter- noon a~d evening guests of ,~VD. and~Mrs. Don Hetin,ger and d, au.gh- ter of S~,i~ C~ter. M,r..a~d /Mrs. Howard A~]eby returned home F~d, ay from Cor- ing, IMrs. dViamtin was h o~,o gues of a bridM shower in Cour~land, given by her ol~sma~es. .Mrs. Jen~e t~l,a~nding of Court- ,and was a Friday af~ern, o~ ca~- er at the ho~e of RVIx. and ~V[rs. Leo Blending. ~ha~l, es Watson ~eceiv~d word last week from 'hrtvs,. W.a~ CeU- ing of the death of her sister. ~ars. EvereSt Rowland of San Frarmisco, Calif. Mrs. W~son i-rod m.a~le the ~ip to Ca~iforn~ about 2 weeks 'ago ~o be with Mrs. Rowland and her family. Mrs. Roy&and, farmer- ly BetW Spicer, had visfl~d coramuniCy serial ~imes. Mr. and IMrs. Leo Bl~,n~i:ng ~ez~e hc~ts to ~the Past Six~een Pinochle Club on W,edn, esday evenirzg. Maybe ,Bu~ler and Sam Bow~es ~e- ceived high scores, and I~s Bow,los ~nd Cmil Cl~k had l'ow scares. Fred Bu~ler received the iravedi~g prize. ~Mr. end IMvs. Howard Appteby report ~t ~eir son, ~amold Ap- pleby ~ Corvallis. Ore., is on 'a Research 5Vlissio~ ,vchieh is ga~i~g vaRis, Ore., where Chey had been him to Chicago, }]~1.; Chile, Sou~t~ x)isiting at ~he home of their sen. America~: ~hen back ,be New York. Ar~olfl A1~l~'by ~d family. En- ,Mrs. ,Ca~l /Mul~ler of Solomon. ~oue home they vi,s.ited her sister Karts.. and Mrs. Opafl H,a~l of Abi- at Nampa, Id'aho, and were over- lene were ~ouse guests of ~,eir ni~t guests Thursday of Mr. ~d sister. Mrs. Lewis Dunstan, avxl Mr. Dunstan. for several days Mrs. Kcrme~h Fuller of Denver. Mr. ,and Mrs. Don Keeler a'nd Stanley and Mrs, Larry Kee~er of LADIES DRESS SALE regular $4.98 and $6.98 DRESSES. SPECIAL $2.49 K. G. Ball Owner week. The latties visiCed another sister, iMrs. Harry Young, at the Dunstan hence. 2drs. Bent Diamond a'n'd chilch~e~ of Webber, 4V,rs. Dale Eriekson and children of Court}and, and Mrs. Lena Appleby were dinr~zr guests Saturday of "Mr. and Mrs. Howell Appleby. Fr, ier~ds ~om h~ rec~v~d wo~i ~om E. E. Rieter, *ell~g of ~eir flight to Pasac~a, Calf. Mr. and Mrs. Ri.tter are staying a~ the home of their daughter, ~)~rs. George Davis, ,an~ have enjw~ed viol, to from their son. F_~gar, a~d u~other daughter, ff~vs. Haroki E1- ~ea. Mrs. Bill S~ was admi,~ed Tuesday to ~be Beltevil, le hc~pi~l, where she underwer.~t su2gery on Wednesday. Funeral services were held here Saturday Mte/naon far Ira Baskins wh'o pa~sed away Feb. 12 at a rest home in In.avale, Nebr. Mr. t~a~- ins. father cf Roy Baskin~ of For- moso, bad spent most of his life in ~his vicinity, where he was en- gaged in farmir~g. Mr. a~d Mrs. Owen Jasl~ arid Jimmy of Holyrood. Kans., were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of (Mr. and 'Mrs. Charley Doxon. Juni'or Studer and /Mr, s. Alice Clark and childre~ of Co~eoaxiia were guests Sundmy of Mr. a~d 'Mys. ~ay Studer. Carl Stader was an a~ternoon ea~er. Mr..and /Mrs. Joe I-Ia.~kins spent q~uesd,a7 evening at ~e home of his sister Mrs. CommRa Tmssel.1 of ~a~da%l. WHATEVER YOU DRIVE... WHEN IT COMES TO SERVICE, COME TO US! It cost no more for the very best, so why take a chance? Our expert mechanics have the very latest in tools and equipment and have the know-how to put any car in apple-pie order fast. Our complete one-stop service center can save you time and money on just about any service job. Remember, cars are our business, our only business. Come in today. NOW IS THE TIME TO TRADE LOOK THESE OVER 1962- Olds 4 dr. 1960 - Pontiac 4 dr. 1959 - Pontiac 4 dr. 1958 - Olds, 4 dr. 1958 - Pontiac 4 dr. 1959 - Ford 4 dr. 1956 - Chev. 4 dr. 1960 - IHC Pickup 1961 - IHC Pickup ,Mr. and Mrs. Amirew Sta~ford, on were ca~!l, ers t~e past week of Mrs. Thursday mormng. Jennie Bviggs. ,Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Piper of "Mr. and ~Mrs. C,15r,de Schuster (~{ Benedict Nebr., s,pe~ ehe week- Nampa, Idaho, ,and 5Vtr. and ~rs. end ,a't ~e home of their daughter, Art Schuster col.led Thursday of- "Mrs. Jim Stan~bury./Mr. S~ansbu_~ ,mrncon on (Mr. and ~irs. Frank ,and s~. Jimmy. ~Dempsey. Mr. and `Mrs. Araivew Staff~ovd Ccgmnunity Club met Thursday were among a group of rein, tires'afternoon at the parish house w~fin a~tendir~g ,a bw~hday d''~r pa~w 12 members preterit. "Mrs. Roy Sunday at the home of iMr. axed Keeler pvase~,ted the program. The l~Irs. Verno~ Smith off Seandia. nex, t meeting wi~ be Feb. 27. with This vieini,ty r~c~ved, in ~he Jennie Brings ~s ho~ss. form of light vain and sr~ow. ,about i Mr. and Mrs. Richard. 1~usse~l .20 of 'an inCh of moisture the past and gins o St. Johns. Kans.. are week. spermli, ng 'tMLS week w~h her par- ,Mrs, ~~aud,e H,~v,~m~d worst ~o ~ts. IM,r. a~d tMrs. Ver~ Dempsey. Mir~ap~l, is on F~day for a two A large crowd e~ajoyed the di~'~- weeks visit ,at 'fine b~me o~ Mr. a~d Mrs. N~lson Stai,nbroak and d,a~gh- %ers. ' ~More ~han 150 guests ~tt~nded Open Hotlse, Sunday afternoon, a :he ~Masonic ,H,all in ~or~aoso in honor of the 60fin weddir~g man*i- versary of Mr. and ~drs. Cre~ge] ~oye. Hostesses "were: /Mrs. D~Iel Switzer, /M'rs. Francis l~eed, Mrs. ] Irene Bark. &s3'is[:ed by /Miss Ru~h Logan. Mi~ Donna Logan and NDs. aek Higbee. A ~ce progravn was .enjoyed by ~l~e gu,es~s. T~e serving ~tabl'e was beauti~ly dec- orated a~d cenCer~d by a wedding cake. Mr. a~d Mrs. /M,a~t Joerg, J. B. J'oerg of Courtzla~qd. g~r.. and aVDs. Raymond Joe~g of Randall. Mr. and 3~.rs. ~VIelvm Joerg, lg_vs. Em- ma Joerg rand ~VI,rs. Zoa J,ohn~cm drove ,to Bdloit. Thursday e~en~ng, where finye were supper guests of Mrs. Lula Joerg ~an,d Del, ia Joe~g, in obscure of DeDa's birthday. ffV[rs. Vivi.an ~ of Olympia, Wash., has a~r~ouneed ~ m.arrmge of her da~ugh.~er. Jean Anne. ~o Evro] Viekem Dye, ~hteh ~ook p~ee Feb. 14 a~ ~he First "Meth- odDt C~bu~ch in Olympia. .Miss Sarah Baird was hostess ~o ,fine Double Six Club '~t hey hmO~e F~iclay 'afterrnoon. Nine mren~bers were pvesen and ~m,e guest, /Mrs. Clam Rreekencamp. The af~erl,ax/n was spen.t socially. Mrs. Avis I Crawfovd received a gift f~n her[ Hear~ Sister. /Mr. 'and ,Mrs. Rirch~rd Spiegel ,~n,d daught'.rs w cn t,o Emr, ori,a on ~a'urfl'ay for a vL~h wDh the Da~e Spiegel fairly, a,~d to bring R:eh- ard'z and DM~e's mother. CVirs. Laura Spiegel, home with them on nor Sunday at the church. , ~r~. "M,ad,eline Sills and l!~thy,1 Dernla~ey spen, t Sund~y afternoon w~th Mr. a,nd ,Mrs. Jack Sill, s avxl gird in (M,a~ha.~a~. Ray Field ~f J,ewell spent Thurs- day a~ 4abe l~a/=ph Ja~bson home. 'lhe ~Mor~tr~ae I-hakie A team de- feated Esben. Friday nigh, t, and ~he Esbcn D ~:eam defeaeed the Monerose B tea~. Ca~lens and vi~,itors ~t ~lhe Arm~ Kinsey home the past week were: Mrs. H. E. J~cobso~, Zel:D. awd Ivan Sl~,u~h~r, Mr. and ~Ix~s. /Mink Khnsey and JeITy, 1VIes. Ro~t. Howlar~d, "Mrs. Henry Smies. hd~vs. Roy Thomas. Mrs. W. L. Bledsoe. and Mr..and Mrs. Don Keeler off Derby, Kans. Mr. and "Mrs. Jerry ,Murray avid family spe~t Stmday at ~he Den ]~angs home. Mr. arid ,Mrs. D. S. Keeler of DebRy spcn,t Friday night wi~h,;Mr. and Mm. Donnie Keeler and ~am- ily. Mrs. Allber~ Simmons and sons of Kensing~en and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Si~mons of RS:rpeka were Sa,t- urday d[nn,e,r guests ~f (Mrs. Rosa Schoc,nover. Mr. ~r~d Mrs. Irvin Osbm~e ei Webber called Tuesday on his sis- ter. (Mrs. Nora I.mler. Mr. and (Mrs. Ra~ Jac~ ~V[rs. Oleo Dempsey, (Mr. awd ,Mrs. Ger~J!d DempscT and Mrs. Jim Pe~eete attended ~th,e Open House Sunday aftc~,n,e,cm for Mr. and (Mrs. Goorgp M:'~e's 60t,h Wedding An- nivf'r OIy 'at For~TI~O. Mr. m~,ff Mr-:, Mm, v'n Falq ~nd Mc,nt2 sm',r~t Sunday a't the Lloyd Hanson home. CLEAN-UP As we are living in town, we will sell the following to the highest bidder at the farm located 14 miles North of Mankato; 5 miles East and 8 miles North of Burr Oak; or 5 miles South on Highway 14, 5 miles West on Olive Hill Road and 2 miles North of Superior, Nebraska, s~arting at 12:30 o'clock, on Monday, February 24 The H. D. U. Ladies will serve lunch 1952 44 Massey-Harris tractor, good condition 1956 3-point 16-in. Allis plow 1950 mounted Allis lister 1950 mounted 2-row cultivator 1959 Allis-Chalmers corn picker 1949 Allis-Chalmers corn picker 1960 7-ft. Massey mower with A.llis mountings 1955 Oliver Superior deep furrow drill 10xl6 1952 20-ft. Massey-Harris field disc 24-ft. John Deere 4-section harrow 1954 IHC 3-16 plow on rubber and new lays 1953 Allis-Chalmers field cutter David Bradley rotary hoe 2 12-ft. hay rakes with trips John Deere corn disc with Allis hitch International corn disc with hitch Dae West hammer grinder and feeder 2-row stalk cutter with Allis hitch Posthole digger with Allis mountings 32-ft. corn elevator 4-wheel heavy duty trailer with steel box 4-wheel trailer with 8x16 hay rack 4-wheel trailer with 7x16 flat bed 20-ft. flat trailer for harrow Dump box for Allis tractor 50 HEAD HERFORD CATTLE 6 Hereford cows, 3 to 6 yrs. old, with calves at side 9 Hereford cows, coming 3 yrs. old 27 Hereford cows, 5 to 6 yrs. old 2 Hereford cows, 9 yrs. old The above Hereford cows are all calfhood vaccina- ted, bred to Purebred Hereford bull and will start calving around March 1. Holstein milk cow, 6 yrs. old, milking and will calf in spring Holstein milk cow, 9 yrs. old, to calf in spring HOUSEHOLD GOODS 30,000 BTU gas heating stove No. 518 DeLaval cream separator Electric range And other household goods MISCELLANEOUS Homelite chain saw, no. 707, 2 yrs. old; Disc sharpener with gas motor; Portable air compres- sor; Power hack saw; Wooden wagon wheels; 40- ft. grinder belt; 4 Model T tires and rims, 30x3; 2 Model A 21 in. - tires; 2 10-gal. cream cans; 7- can milk cooler; Lawn mower; 2-burner oil heater; And many other items MACHINERY 1956 WD 45 Allis-Chalmers tractor, A-1 condition until settled for. All property at bidder's risk when bid off. Terms: Cash. No property remelved Not responsible for accidents. 1956 - GMC Pickup Waugh Oi, and 6as Co. Mr. & Mrs. L. J. VADER 122 West J/f~l -I~[~~'['! ' ~ Kansas A.H. Kottmeyer, Auct. First National Bank, Formosa, Chlk :i ....... /