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Oak Pwmst Howml Wayne C~rs~en- flew to Man- evening and were Parsons and Mr. ~iMon and Steve. at bthe Buffalo Letha's and ~ayne re- his pile.Vs h- Is a men~ber of the at Manhattan. Alexander ae- Don and Bernice Republic on Friday visited at the Ra,F- and ~Rev. Loren Mrs. A11exander evening ~vi.th Mrs. ~tn ~anl~to before ~rs. Phil Cleveland Friday evening e Art Aspegren W. E, Benbow dinner guests of Howard T.hamp- ~der at t~e Main- ~ Beloit. Glenn Bennet~ coin and antique on Sutur- ~Irs. Merl Blew were SUn- guests a[ Mr. and Rlew. Ray .M~ers of and Mrs. G. R. Clay Ce~er, Mrs. and Grace Co~e {Mrs. Inez Ander- Mrs. I~ttie Nelson Harris, Mrs. John end Hrs. James ~r, and Mrs. Hen. and Mr. and Mrs. were callers m home the past and M,a~vln unload DeKalb David Demaray morning. George Abel of ~a~ngs were ~rs, Lela Perry Enland ealters Ha,Ky, C,lalr Lamb of Sunday aRernoon and Mrs. Fornt Headley and Frasler were callers on ~t Mankato. Bill Kerr d So- and M~,nday Mr. and Mrs. and girls. Scholack was the Manlcato hos. morning. He d Jun~ion Skraba o~ Man- Wqmkend guest, S~anley Johnson of S~Iver: Mr. and Mrs. ,Were Sunday din. ~r. and Mrs at Betlevitle. Jamm MeCor. a~ternoon and Mrs. Ray at Condor. ~cNl~ho~ and were Sun~ d Edith Fol- Lockwood end {MuliSh called on peo~e at the Sunday a~- ~erle Reed and of /Mr. and Mrs. Clog Morris and familT. Cindy and JiRinda France spe~t the aveekend with their grandparen,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gitlett, while their par- ents attended a wresttling tourn- arne~ at Lincoln, Nebr. {Mrs. Lynn I-Iarris is helpin~ out at the Gary [MTers home in Amerivus, Karts. ~vhile Mrs. M~ers is in the hospital w~th vi.r~s pneumon'm. [Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ziegler and boys, Roger Zie~ler and ~utvh Betl were Stmd:a~ dinner guests d [Mrs. Ftoren~e ttead- icy. [Mr. and Mrs. Dale Figge of When'ran, Karts. were weekend guests af her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Gene Johnson and boys. Mrs. Kathr.yn Walter and af ~d C~Ioud, Cheryl Plait and Darrell Adams of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Bud l~l:a:tt and Mike, and [Mrs. Nettle Jehmsnn were dinner guests on Sumta~. Airs. Rex Paul, Ron and Rick of ~ed Cloud and Mrs. O11ie Moon were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Zelma Paul IMr. and Mrs. Joy Michael and [Mr. and ~Trs. Robert Korb were Sa,turda~y evening visitors d Mr. and [Mrs. Forest Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Clair I.~mb of Esbon were Sunday aRernoon ca~le~s on her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Mizner, at the Bess Pair home. ~rs. Bessie Johnson ~ For- torso, [Mrs. Inez Anderson o~ Mankato were Sunday ~ternoen callers on Mr. and Mrs. ~ra PoweIL {Mr, a~d Mrs, Bob Siebex2 and family of Overland Park, Kans. and Mr, and Mrs. Henry $iebert were weekend gues~ d Mr, and Mrs, Lyle Glenn and fata- lly at Geneva, Nebr. Rev, and Mrs. O. R, Also- broo~s of Cl~ Center, ~,an, and Air. and Mrs, Dekhel M,ashaleh were T~esd~ supper guests Of ,Mr. and Mrs, Roy Brandon. Roy Lown of Wadena, Minn. and Harvey Fogo were Monday ~fternoon visitors of Mr. and Mm, PhtBp Undenwood. ~r, and Mrs, V. L, Oldfleld and Mrs. One W~lamson s,per~t the weekend in Admire, Kan,. wRh hi, sl,ster, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, The Burr Oak ~tural Fire De. partment w~ caned to the Jim. my Decker home at about 13 0'1o~ on S~tu~da~,, Feb. ~I. for a gra~ fire. The fire de- pavement put the (ire out and returned to town, A)t a~oat I o'clock they were coiled again as the fire had caused an ex- plosion in ~e garage a~d both the garage and the house were on fire. They were unable to save m~ch of the house and just a few of their belongings. ~rs. Floren,ee Alexander was a Thursday a~ternoon visLtor of ,Mrs, AMle Fenner o~ Jewell. Eric Aspegren and ~tar~ey Wflllams of Hays were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Aspegran, Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Bonbow were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanderson in honor of the B~. bow's l~th wedding anniver. tory. RoT Broaden was adrn4tted to the Web, tar County Hospital In Red Cloud on Fl'iday eve- nlng wtth a vtnm infection. ~r, and Mrs. Raw,mend Nan. sol and Marlo and Carrel/ Poe were ~unda~' evening visitors of 'M~s, Florence Heedley. Chery~ Plait Of Sallna spent the weekend wth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Plate and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. K~th Pair were Wednesday evening ostlers at the Forest Foster home. p.m., at :the Burr Oak H~gh School. The public is into'ted to bring any art or cr~work they would like to have di~a~d. The program ~i~,l be presemed by ,the tousle s~udep.~ of t~rr Oak High School /~/L-s. Faye ~l~yers of Sitverton, Ore. was a Saturday a~,ternoon caller on {Mrs. Zehua Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Reed and M~chael left Munday for t~eir home in ~ck Por~, [Me. a~ter spending a week in the ~vere~t Reed and Cecil Fi~gins homes. {Mr. and Mrs. Leroy [.,e~qs and fm-n~y of LirtcMn, Nebr. and {Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dempsey and ~ami~y ~ PorinG- so were Sunday dinner guests of ~Wrs. Florence Mexander. .Mr. and Mrs. NeweU Alexander and 'boys Of ~lanMato and Mr. and ,Mrs. Merlin A~exander and girls of Esbon were [ate af, ter- noon callers. Mr. and {Mrs. W. E:. Benbow were Sunday evenin~ visitors at ,the Clark Calah,an home. Mr. and {Mrs. O~to Rohla of M~mka~-~and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ~ennett spe~ Sunday ~i- temoon at ~Im~ter, Karts. [Mrs. Don Shook #f Superior passed a~vay at the ,Red Cloud hospital on Sunday morning. She was the mother of Mrs. M~x Lewis. Funeral services were held Tuesday at Sttperior. {Mrs. 1~aye Myers Of Silver, on, Ore. and {Mrs. Clayton W~Iker were [Monday morning callers on Mrs. ~toy ~randon. Mr. and Mrs. Veflin Pa~ of /ted C~oud were-Thursday eve rdng visitors d Mrs. Zelma Paul. {Mr. Bryant Clea and David of Fremont Nebr. brought Mrs. Vlota C/egg from Derwer on Sunday to the EJverett Reed home where she will spend some time. Mrs. ROY Brandon wan a Sun- day dinner g~as~ Of Mr, and Monday dinner guest d Mr, and Mrs. John Abet and ~irls, CARD OF TIIANKS ..mma~ The~ mmwlmrs Of the T0~S.y Cttrvles TOPS C~ub wiohes to ~ank the Burr Oak Leone Oh~b ,for our use of the bul~dlng on which the L4one Cl~ pa~e ~e utLRttes, NOTIC~ ,All Burr Oak residents are asked to burn leaves and other ma~ter~al in a proper container with a wire mesh on top. When the fire whls,tle blows for a rural fire, please do not ~ight a fire as there is a shor~. age o~ firemen. Your cooperation in this mat- ter is a~preciated. Clel,1 HancoCk, Fire C~tel Jack Burger, ~a~or d Burr Oak. CARD OF THANKS We wan~ to thank ai~ t~e butine~en and cRlzens who he~ped by m~king contributions to send fhe newly a~)ointed law enforcement ~tcer to w.hool. ~urr Oak City Protection AssOciation Burr Oak C~ty 0~fl~a~ Jack Burger, Ms,yet," afternoon. {Mr. and Mrs. C-er~ld Ander- son, Mr. P~be~t Anderson and Sharon coiled on ~eir sister and aunt, M~ss Laura Anderson. Mrs. Ed Freoberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson, is in the hospRal at Omaha. [Mr. and Mrs. George Abel and Jo Scan of 'I~as':tin,gs were dinner guests ~f Mr. and Mrs. LowOll ~~cNivhols and family S~turday. SOCIETY and CLUBS Golden Wedding Anniversary [Mr. and Mrs. Evan Berg ce~e- brated their Go, den Wedding A~niversary Feb. 20th. A dinner in ~eir honor was hoslted by their sons at the B u~.alo Roam on Saturday night, Feb. 21st. Those attendiag were IYoyle and Georgia and their son, Dale, and wi~e, ~ary ~ay, of Omaha, ,Nebr., Art, Nyla and ~arla of ~ankato, and Dennis and Jean and family af Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Huats4nger Wig Celebrate 60th Ana/vermu~ {Mr. and Mrs. Ira Huntsinger wi~ celebrate their 60bh wed. ding anniversary Monday. Ma~ 2rid. F~iends and rela. ti~es will wa~ to send cards to this fine couple. Jewdl County Woma'e Club q~te Jewe~l Cour#ty Women's Democrat Club wi~l meet Turn. day, Mar, 3, at the home t Mrs, Glenn Grout, St, t M m, Dakehel MHha~eh. ~r. and Mrs, C, E. Fie~d o~ Mrs. Zelma Paul was a Men- W~chita were recent vl'sttors t day supper guest of Mr, and hls cousin, Mrs, C~cLt Cra~v~'ord Mrs, Verlin Paul d Red Cloud, d Mankato, ~rs, Roy Brand on was a Mr, and Mrs. Mike Ra~ferty and Train and Mr. and Mrs, Kendall O~t had ~er together the ~falo Roam Steak 8otme Saturday evenin,g. County Road Mrs. Harry Sutllff Port, Me. were The E~elslor Study Club is A few d i,he Auxiliary indies su~r guests halving an art and era~ts dis- m~t~ith [Mrs. Jack ~yers T~es- play on Sunday, {Mar. ~, at 2 day w~th a covered di,~ lunch- o0.r " =-me ~ima ,,- ~ Indlvldum gna- t,., .,m con ~t noon. We sewed carpet rags and several lap robes had been made ~o be seat to the veterans in the hospital Those present were Mrs. Old~ield, Fdorence ~leadley, Marjorie Suehsland, Peggy Yetter, M~M- e~ine ~.cMains and I. The a~ter- noon wa~ spent working and visiting. I received a call, Friday eve- nfn,g from [Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bunker teeing me Edith Jansen had been operated on. She has had back trotfv4e for some time. Her address is ~ NW. 6~th St., Okla,homa City, Okla. 7~I,16. l~clith would be glad to bear ~om relatives ~and fflends. {Mr. and ,Mrs. Everett TerriU returned home ~rom T~pek~ on Monday a~ter s~..ndtng SeV~i'~ days ~t the Ray Myers home. Mr. ~and Mrs. Norman Smt~ck and family were dinner guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Dmvell ~c- Nichols and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dleh~ tailed in the afternoon. ~V~rs. Ocia Rhoe and Mr. and Mrs. Joe l~hoe visRed their mother and grandmother, Mrs. 5~ude Bar~Iomew, at the hospi~d in Conoordia Sunday. Mrs. Ba~th~omew was o~rat- ed on and is now taking treat- meats. Sorry to hear Mr. Oat~de Boyles was back in the hospital ~t Grand Island. Mrs. Fay W~yers of Silverten, Ore, called ~t the ~ff home Wednesday morning for a l~tle visit, ~J.r. and Mrs. Elmer Ft~ch attended the ~ we&/lag an- nlvsrsa~ of ~r, and Mm, John Moulton In Rod Cloud Smd~ t | is |llltlll{i) , and DOUBLE CHECK time of year when every income tax to which you are entitled should ~d be counted. An expense item can't Overlooked when you pay by check. =f people save billions of dollars by cancelled checks in preparing their ~, Why not save yourself some money a checking account in our bank. rr Oak State Bank Deposit, Insurance Corp. " NOW INSUMED UP TO BY ~ F.D.LC. ., " IIII Minerva Club Silver Tea + +++ bad as tlmir guests at the Fron- Thursday, February 26, 1970 tier C~e, Mr. and [Mrs. Clar- Page 3 - Section 2 er, ee Fields from Wichita, Mr: The ~Vfan~kato [-Iigh School Church. The instrumental stu~ and Mrs. George .Marshall, and {Mr. and Mrs. Francis Frye music sbudems pe~orrned ~t dent's are under the direction Mr. and {M~s. C. Jackson. They were Sund~y guests af Mr. and .the 'Minerva ClUb Silver Tea d Duane Snyder. Mrs. Judy ended a good dinner and had Mrs. George Abel and Jo Scan "Ph~trs~tay, February 19, at the Dunn is the vocal music in- a nice time. in ~astiags. Hermmzy UnRed Mettmdist ef~r. In the pic.ture above shown the mem!bers ef trombone qu,artette. They are, Andra Newel]. ~n ~e picture above are the by the Kansas Federated C~ub~. four music students, which the T~OY are, l~t to rigM: Mike Minerva CMb is sponsoring at Dempsey, Dorothea Wdtmer, are leR to right: Keith Roe, Steve the Music AudRion, sponsored Jeanne Murray, and Fred Rose. the Snyder, Carrie We~ner, and __, , " ,ili+ III lilly NOTICE Special Now In ,the picture a~bove are sltown the M anka~to Girls Sex. te~te and their accompanist. Diane Rourkc. They are, le~,t to right: Su'san K~ier, Sarah Jane Russell, Claudette Ault, II I II I I II Diane Rourke, Dens Clegg, and J~anne Murray. Mary Halstead, ,the sixth member of the singing ,~rot~p, was absent from ~ddoel when the above picture wu snapped, Free Free Free FRONT WHEELS BALANCED With Frdnt Wheel Alignment _ ,,, t ,, Bdng those Cars and Trucks In for that Tune.up now for trouble-free driving, imH: LEHRLING CHEVROLET l i ! St r Ranmh Bow anding, FARM Games thru Friday, Feb. 13 ~i~t Wildmts ' B. BUthwe~l, 2-'/; Ann Ted- Sklmvlnders ~l 4@ row, ~-7; J~ce Bradr~ek, 2-7; N. Jchnson, 2-7, 3-10; M. Fras- let, 3-10; B. FMsom, 3-10; D. .10; P. 3.40; M, Hohues, 3-40; L. B~trbon, ~.10; J. DouSe, ~10; N. Berg, $~10 (,twice); h. R~rk, 3.10; J. Graham, 3-10; Hazel Harris, 9-10; B. HarrY, ~I0; O. Teeple, 9,10; J. Bare- icy, ~0; D. Bacti~, 5-7; J. Dou~s, 6-7; E. Smith, ~-7; E, M~ore, ~.0; S. Skeevaaker, ~,10, ~.7; B. I.~o~vls, 3-7; M. M~rene, 3-9; A. K~, &e; l~L Kerrmann, ~6-10, ~10; E. Pet- sr~on, 4-7d0; K. Eatr~,ter, ~-7, 1-10; K. I-lbward, 84; S. Shoe. maker, 3-7, 3-7; D. Worater, ~40; V. The, 44; J. Shatter, ~-10. C4rtoa of Coke: Name Baals, 94; E~,a Wilulti, e~; Maxtne Walker, ~4; 3oyce Paterson, 97; W1anth Lottder, ~0; Bl~ Diflon, 1,11; Dean Bos#~r, M; ~ Ba~ey, 88. WOMEN'S LEAGUES COFFI~ I,]U, GU~ w ! Tom's Sweeies 501/= ~9o/= Mk~WIRins Grocery 4= " ~ & Be~m 42 38 ~,rk~ers 41 ~8 Ranch Hands36 43 High Indivldm|k, S games: 0rein S~a~z, ~88; F~ith Stress, ~; Alma Garman, 444. Indlviduais, one game: ~nm Gernm~, 179; Faith ~tm~, 1~. CLA/~I~kL XJCAGUE w I 6= ~ P~K S~r 591/= ~ Rar~h Bowl~ 40 Boo~mr~s SO 4= Jevell Omm~ Record m 64 Bm'r Oak Herald ~4 High Indlviduak, $ games: l~xl, 47=; Opal e#e, 470; tty 4~ ltlgh Individual=, one game: Maxtne Walker, 172; Elaine ~nll~, 170; I~ I-~d. 189. YU~DAT SlX w I ~meato Greenhouse ~ 34 Walker Grain 65 Cementation 6O SO Farmers Urdon Coop 37 ~ Jevall~&r~tl E~ec. m High Individuab, a gamin: Faith ~mp, 544; ,Mlaxtne W'elker, 496; N~a Berg, 491. Individuals, one game: Fa~h Stm~, m3; ,Mlarte M~r- de, 197; ~ Walker, 187. I l~ t~ m DUd~ l~t 41PA I ii jl iJJl Ill tE High Indivldusl|, S games: Joy~e I~ters~n, S4~: Gila Pet. As I have decided to quit farming, I will =ell at Public Auction the following erson, 437; Elaine Smith, 7. described property, located 1 mils wut of Co-op Station in Randall (inJewall Co,), High Individuals, one game: J~ce Patter#on, 218; Joyce on- Paetersoa, 174: Joann WRson, 189. FRIDAY NIGHTER8 w l W~a, gner'~ 47 40~ SATURDAY, MARCH 7 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. State E~&ar~ge 47 40'A ..... , .......... + Speed W~h @ Coon C~la ~ 4= High Indivlduak, 3 games, l~th Sires@, el4; V~an&t Lt~d. or, 503; V~ra ,%trer, 4~, High Indivlduak, one game: BaR~ ~tro~, S0~; Wanda I,~o~. er, 1~; FaRh Strou~, 17~. MEN'S LEAGUES ATLAS w I V.F.~. ~I 31~ St;a~e Exchange 430 320 Speed Wa~ ~87 Mbrri~ Gava,ge 331 418~ IRe Theatre 830 ~90 Booguar~ ~10 410 High Individuals, 3 gamin: l~h H~ami~ton, 521; Sam Gtl* lel~, 570; Bifl I)~]on, 5f~. High Individuals, one game: Sam G~et% 204; (tie) Ralip~ HmrERon and Duene StreWL 203; A. St~Cldand, ~0~. REDSTON1Z w ! Rane.h BOwl 459 291 L &B E~eCtTic 391 ~9 Jewefl C~un~ Co-op 374 375 Swope 365 ~4 I~amer's 348 SZl~ Gordon's OonOoo S~t 4e8~ High Individuak, $ game: Dean Buster, 531; J~n Decker, ~0; Bob ~nar, 434. High Individuals, one game: Decker, 200; Dean I~ml~', 1~; Even Berg, 186. ASTRONAUT w l Kr~g~ of ~us 43s ~ NeweM In~plemenA 382 306 1~all Ryders 359 330 Burr Oak l~ur~iug 338 362 R-K Drug 2831/= 406~ W~er Grain 373. 418 High Individuals, $ Igmme: Ba~IOY, ~0; Joe Reinert ~8; Carr~ C~lim, 348. High Individuals, one gam~ Carrog Oo~im, m4; ~ Barley. ~0~; Tom Cavamugh, 20~. MXDA~ w ! 494 mS~ R-K S~mz~r 401 ~9 I~#t National Benk ~9 ~1 Dr. Simon ~ ~81~ Jeme~ Texaco ~06 Individuals, 8 pines: L. Haqert, ~; M. Mue, Me; M. l~temon, ~1. High Individual=, t~e pm~ 'It'/; L. flakers, Ira. MACHINERY 1968 IHC, "706" Dlear tractor wl525 hrs,, fast hitch, wide front, inside and outadde rear wheel weights end 18.4184 tkeo 1967 IHC "305" combine, 14.ft. header w/cab, w/alr 1949 IHC "H" tractor w/good rubber 1967 Dual No. 300 loader w/FrO pump 1967 Dual dozer blade for 300 loader 1967 Dual hay fork for 300 loader 1964 IHC "540"4-16 Semi-retd. plow w/sealed cutters 1964 IHC "120"-I0-ft. one way 1964 IHC 12-ft. tandem wheel disc 1966 Crustbuster 20-ft. Springtooth 1965 IHC fertilizer spreader 1966/IHC small 2.wheel trailer w/dump bed 1964 John Deere No. 300 hay and grain elevator HAY and HORSE 6.yr..old Sorrel mare--well broke Last cutting alfalfa hay in barn Soma straw in barn 1962 John Deere 4 section rotary hoe 1960 l.HC 16-10 drill on steel w/grass seeder and Kershmann Fert. and rubber press Mounted field sprayer w/booms IHC 2-row cultivator [HC manure spreader on rubber IHC 2-row weeder IHC 5.section drag springtooth 2--4-wheel flatbed trailers Harrow carrier, shop built IHC flare box Hydraulic loader for H 6" 28' grain auger w/motr. Baldwin 12-ft. pull-type combine Massey 7-ft. semi-mounted mower Case 4-14 plow on rubber w/byd. Continental 6" Posthole digger Case side delivery rake on steel Case 2.row lister on rubber and rubber press 4" I0' grain unloading auger for truck TRUCKS 1952 Dodge I:/~ ton truck wl13 bed and stock racks and Hydraulic hoist 1949 GMC 'h ton pickup w/rebuilt motor and good box and tires SHOP TOOLI Twentieth Century electric welder and attach.; portable air compremor; 1~ H.P. electric motor; ~ HP electric motor; mqulrt~l cage fan and motor; 1968 Power.Kraft 4.0 chain =aw; set of box and open end w~anehe~ tap and die set; post drill; work bench; bolt cutters; pipe wrenches; anvil; greta IPms; portable shop grinder; air bubble; chains; SaWS. MISCELLANEOUS Set of clamp on duals for 706; Comfort ,:over for 706; set of 11-38 chains; buggy top for 706; tractor radio; z,~ ton Giant grain and stock rack comb.; measuring wheel; ensilage sides for truck; Bridle and saddle; wagon and box; 50.bu. hog feeder; hog troughs; 150.gaL pickup barrel and pump; 115,gal. dieeel, barrel and pump; hyd. cylinders; wire winder; electric cords; heat lamps; pump jack; combine bin; 5.ft. stock tank; mineral feeder; 7 wooden feed bunks; ~lage fork; fence charger; step ladder; 500,gaL gas barrel; slat cribbing; Hammer mill belt; heat lamps, scoops; forks; junk iron and mkeei. laneous articles not listed. ANTIQUKS and Household Iron kettle; 3 trunks; jars; crocks; and oth~ household goods. Note: If in need of some near new machinery that is in good shape, plan to attend this ale. I I I IIIIIIIIII II I I III TERMS: CASH LUNCH ON GROUNDS Mr. & Mrs,. Norval McEIroy Owners ROLLIE LAGASSE Ph. 243-2216 Concordia RANDALL NATIONAL BANK, Clerk. AUCTIONEERS LARRY LAGA~SE Ph. 243.1714 Concordla