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ili i MARCH 30, 1967 RATE CARD Advertising: 3er column inch. and volume! rates available uest. Advertising: per word first insertion MANKATO GREENHOUSE - Vivian Moon - Flowers for all Occasions We Telegraph Flowers Phone FR 8-3972 38tf per word every inser first, 25c minimum Cesspool and Septic Tank Display, 84c Cleaning. -- Jewell .Plumb- ing & Heating, HA 8-3252, of Thanks and Jewell, Kansas. 38tf )er line For a good trade allow- ance on Atlas tires and bat- teries, see Jerry's Standan Service, Mankato. 38tf II "NOW" If interested in buying, we IS THE TIME TO have more money available YOUR HOME re- real estate loans now. Fibre Wool Insulation Line of Storm and Doors. Box 145, or call JA 7-5095 E & E HOME 38tf Small acreage with 2 story 3 bedroom home, good loca- tion and priced to sell. Nearly new three bedroom home, carpet, drapes, and built-instove. Real choice location on roomy lot. Quick possession. Good 2 Story 5 Bedroom House, 2 full Baths, on large IOL Large 4 Bedroom House a good trade allow- 21/~ baths, new kitchen, car'- Atlas tires and bat- peted, nice drapes, qualified see Jerry's Standard buyers may assume large Mankato 38tf FHA Loan. Sold. Sale: New Homelite Large 4-bedroom home, flaws. One Homelite excellent location, needs for less $100.00 - some repair. Priced for quick call L. L. Bird, Esbon, sale. - Phone RA 5-3282. Nice 2 bedroom house for Front end align- Jensen's Texaco Mankato, Kansas. 38tf rent. Unimproved 80 acre farm, approximately 43 acres crop- land, good allotments, imme- diate possiession. Kiser Estate 160 Acre Farm, approximately 120 acres cropland, good fences, good buildings, good road, and good allotments. 3 rental house/two are 2- bedroom & one is 1-bedroom. All in good condition and priced for quick sale. House and 5 lots with all utilities available. Price re- duced. Nice 2-story 3 Bedroom House, l a~ baths, all redec- orated. Quick possession, close in. Sold. Improved 200" acre farm, about cropland, balance pasture. Located in Formoso area. Improved 400 acre farm, about acres cropland, good allotments. Nice one story 2-bedroom house. Full basement. Close in. Several building sites. 15 Unit Motel plus Big Home, all remodeled and re- decorated. Sell on contract to reliable party. Price re- duced. Other Homes, Lots, and Acreage Properties. Could use more listings. MELVIN BLECHA Real Estate Agency FR 8-3107 For Rent: Modern 2 bed- room home in Mankato. avail- able April I. - Oren Brokaw, can furnish invita- announcements, thank shower gift notes, in- s. bride's book, etc. ~t, we have a complete ~)f wedding supplies. designs and styles of choose from. We can them engraved, or thermagraphed engraving). --- County Record 38tf Rent: Apartment. - J. 15tf BABY CHICKS Every Monday 131 - Calif. Whites ~ilers - White Rocks Supplies - Feed - Remedies & D HATCHERY Phone 746-2515 Reward: For infer- leading to the discov- furniture and per- Possessions. --- Contact Zahradnik, FR 8-3620 41t2" Sale: Tailor made seat by Moss, leather, or fibre. 11 patterns from. - 36-66 Ser- Kansas. 36t20 SPRING HOME CLEANING Mete Cleaning Service Upholstery, Walls, etc. - Interior Paint- Estimates. Work JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS AMWAY Cleaning and Home Care Products For your" Amway Home Care and Cleaning Pro- ducts, call JoAnn Doud, Burr Oak, JU 7-4632. Im- mediate delivery. 41'2 REFRIGERATION For Sale: New Homelite Sales & Service Chain Saws. -- Jerry's Stan- Phone HA $-3252 dard Service. 38tf Phone HA 8-3252 For Rent: 2-bedroom JEWELL PLUMBING & house. --- F. R. Fair. 38tf HEATING I ' I I : Present For Brides: If you :order 100 or more wedding Apartment for rent. -- F. invitations, you will receiw, R. Fair. 38tf Free 50 Thank You Shower Notes (printed in silver or For a good trade allow- gold). -- Jewell County ance on Atlas tires and bat- Record. 4tf KEN LANCASTER ern home, double garage, like Phone EX 2-3080 - Box 262 new. Inquire of Melvin Zade, Minneapolis, Kansas 32tf FR 8-3960. -- W. L. Zade. Ill II 35tf For Sale: See the new gas ranges, water heaters. Waugh Oil & Gas Co. 38tf READY-MIXED CONCRETE Delivered WHEN You Want It WHERE You Want It John H. Alsop Sand Co FR 8-3977 - Mankato 12tf Tires, Batteries & Acres- series. No down payment, 12 months to pay. --- Jerry's Standard Service. 38tf Wheat straw for sale, 900 bales. Everett Benoit, Esbon. Phone RA 5-3261, 23tf For Sale: Hampshire male hogs, wJccinated and guaran- teed. --- Melvin Shipley, Es- ben. 41 cow 12" For Sale or Rent: 3-bedroom nlodern h()l~)e in IgornJoso. - Bathtubs, heaters and sinks for sale. E. Ft. Dewey, 794-2225, Formoso, Kansas. 40t3~ Ben's Budget Buster: - Aluminum ware assorted, Reg. $1.49 to $1.69, Special 78c. - Ben Franklin Store. For Rent: 3 rooms and bath apartment, after April 15. Phone FR 8-3467. - Win. E. Lagergren, Mankato. 42tf For Sale: Baled alfalfa ~y, wire tie - in barn. - G. . Berneking, Formoso, Kansas. 42t2" For Sale: Registered.Polled Hereford Bulls, coming 2 years old. - Ray Clawson, Randall, Kansas. Phone 739- 2459. 42t2" For Sale: One of the fin- est improved farms in Jewell County; on U. S. Highway close to town. - Reiter Land Co., Beloit, Kansas. 42t2 WHY ARE MORE KANSAS CARS & TRUCKS INSURED BY FARM BUREAU INSURANCE ? Jewell, phone HA 8-3288. Home Cleaning 40tf. 1. No increase in premium , , for single male drivers Services Ben's Budget Buster: - under age 25 if you can Id, Nebr., Phone Aluminum ware assorted, qualify. or 746-2406; Man- Reg. $1.49 to $1.69, Special 2. $10 deductible collision. Phone FR 8-3970. 78c. - Ben Franklin Store.3. Uninsured Motorist ~, 42- 44_..__.. I" coverage built in all ad' Sale:started.Baby Chix, hea-day 1 policies at no extra ELECTROLUX VACUUM charge. Special CLEANERS ) 4. Fast, Fair claim service ~roilers. ~ Rustman :y, Beloit. 41t2 See your Bonded Electro-|~ anywhere in U. S., Can- Rent: 2-bedroomlux Sales and Service Rep- I ada and Mexico. near school, - Grace resentative. I 5.forKansaSKansasWnedpeople.Cmpany 34tf Free Demonstration. See me today! Sale: 1963, 15 ft. Go-Lite Clarence Bourne ftouse. Extra clean. Ph. CH 3-1177 - Concordia Your Farm Bureau lnsur- five. Phone JU 7-3292, 41t2 anee Agent is a straight- Oak. 41tf I I I from-the-shoulder Man --- No double talk -- No fancy terms...A Man you can trust. & BERNIECE KISSINGER REAL ESTATE modern house,1 The Finlay Munro one- to business section, I story modern house on 317 ane of Mankato's best North Center. Immediate sites adjoining. Pur- possession. will get stove, deep and washer. Posses- Unimproved 160 in Ionia Township. Cash or liberal Republic 160 with 93 acres and under irrigation. te possession of ir- md and share of wheat. terms. Unimproved 160 in Lime- stone Township. Immediate possession of 60 acres of pasture and land not planted to wheat. CLEO HILTGEN .-- Agency Manager Mankato, Kansas, Phone FP., 8-3611 or 8-3249 opportunity 80 on high- is very reasonably Well improved 160 on Highway 14 in Mitchell County. New modern house. The Morgenson 5-room, one-story, modern house at 320 North Lincoln. Paving tax paid. Posseasion. For Rent: Modern House. - Phone 794-239a, Formoso. 41t2" For Sale: Eight rabbits. -- Marcia Corrick, Esbon, Kans. 41 t I For Sale: Registered Here- ford bulls. Serviceable age. Also bred and open heifers. l Doyle Remus, Glen Elder, I Kansas. PhoneBeloit PE 8-3844. 38".4:" Wanted: Day time help at Wilbeck Rest Home. Call Ola Wilbeck, FR 8-3917. 42tf For Sale: Rabbits, dressed or alive, also Easter Bunnies for pets. - Mrs. Emil Clay- camp, FR 8-3734. 42t3" Ill r Used Tractors & Machinery l - 1965 - F 706 Gas Tractor 1 - 1962 - F 460 I,P Tractor 1 - 1956 -F 200 Gas Tractor 1 - 1942 - Farmall M Tractor l - 12'1 l" I. tl. C. Wheel Disc 1 - 12' I. H. C. Whcel Disc - 11' .John Deere Disc - 3-16" Case Plow - 3-16" I. H. C. 2 pt. Hitch Plow 1 - 2-16" John Deere Plow 1 - 730 John Deere Lister with Fertilizer Att. Heinen Implement Co. Jewell, Kansas 42t2 II I II I II FOR SALE 1963 Ford Ton .... $1375 6. 4 spd. Excellent Tires. A good one. 1961 Ford 1,/2 Ton .... $1095 Complete Rebuilt Engine. New paint. 12.000 mile guarantee 1963 Ford Galaxie Fordor ............ $995 V8. Stick. Nice. 1962 Fairlane 500 4D . $945 V8. Automatic. Factory Air. 1962 Galaxie 500 .... $895 V8. Automatic. 1960 Jeep C J5 ...... $895 Extra Sharp. 1948 Ford 8N Tratcor . $545 Overhauled. Good paint and tires. 1960 Falcon Fordor ... $435 Automatic. 1959 Ford V8 Fordor . $425 Automatic. 1958 Mercury Tudor . $295 Excellent tires. SCHUETTE MTR. CO. Exclusively FORD Lebanon. Kansas BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Reliable person from this area to service and collect from automatic dispensers. No experience needed. - We establish accounts for you. Car, references and $985.00 to $1785.00 cash capital ne- cessary. 4 to 12 hours week- ly nets excellent monthly in- come. Full time more. For local interview, write Eagle Industries, 3954 Wooddale Ave. So., Minneapolis. Minn. 554 } 6. 42t I * For Sale: Hampshire male hogs, vaccinated and guaran- teed. - Melvin Shipley, Esbon We will conduct your farm sales at auction, your real estate sales at private treaty or the auc- tion way. Call us collect for dates and rates. See our listings of homes, properties and land OST AGRt-SERVICE CO. BURR OAK, KANSAS Arden Ost Phone SU 7.424Z 80 with one Year in Conservation .! MAN WITH CAR EARN $30 day Pleasant person, farm back- ground to work rural areas. Write full details to Box X, ,lewe[l County Record, Man- kate, Kansas. 42t3 Waunita Welt Mr. and Mrs. George Green- berg and Marvin of Selden Kaus. and Mrs. Cornelia Trus- sell of Denver, Colo. were Easter weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins. Mrs. Trussell's daughter, Mrs. Carl Noyes of Concordia, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hasldns were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jaoaes Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark of: Formoso and Mr. and Mrs. ttarvey Sloan, ,h'., Rol)ert and Vincent of Osborne were sup- per guests Saturday evening of Mrs. Ella Patterson of Courtland. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burchi- nal of Mulwme, Kans. were callers Thursday afternoon on friends at the F/rst National Bank and at the home of Sarah and Frances McCune. Mr. Burchinal is a brother of the late L. L. Burchinal. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Staf- ford and Tracie of Norman. Okla. spent the Easter week- end visitint~ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Field, his mo- lher, Mrs. Minnie Stafford, and other relatives. Mrs. Clco Blending was an Easter dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Berg of Jamestown. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wade and children of l)ratl ,ver(, Easter weekend guests of Miss Sarah l~aird. Mr. Wade callecl at the tIoward Applcby home on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. How~'rd Field were hosts to a family Easter dinner at their home on Sum day. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stafford and Tra- ('ie of Norman, Okla.: Mr'. Mil- ford Stafford of Agenda; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stafford; Mr. and Mrs. Lyall Doxon; Mrs. Minnie Stafford; and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Field. Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. k. Field were: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Field of Riley; Mrs. Chas Gibson and Jil Iof Smith Center: Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth l)ellett, Randy and Tammy nf EIDorado: Mr. and Mrs. Wybern Berneking, Jaymc. Tcrri and Kirk; and Mrs. Isis Bowles. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buck nell and Don of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nelson were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keeler Jnlie and .Jeff spent the Easter weekend visiting at the home of his brother. I)on. and other rclativcs at Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hub- er. Jr. and family were Mon- day evening supper t~uests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Vir- gil Mohler and Gloria. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kecler were Easter dinner guests nf Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grimes of Mankalo. Wednesday afternoon coffee !guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Carl :Florell in observance of Mrs. Florell's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kacldey, Mrs. Regina Tornquist. Mrs. Esther Monson of Kackley, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pat rick. Mr. and Mrs. Ronahl Staf ford and Tracie and Mr. and Mrs. th)ward 1,'ield served home made ice cream and icakeStmday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. l,'ield, honoringMrs. tt. G. Field's birthday. Mrs. 1)ah, Ross, Shelia, Ka- thy, I)(mnie and Billy, Mrs. Sherry l,avoie an(I (laughter of Concordia, Mrs. Martha ttu- Irer, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Huher, Sr. were Easter dinner g, uests of Mr'. and Mrs. Ross Higbee. Mrs. l)avid Peterson of ttays spent the Easter weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Doxon. Mr. Mrs. I)ale Ross and childre, and Mrs. Sherry Lavo/e and daughter of Coneordia were Sunday afternoon callers at the Kenneth Huber. Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Berne- king and sons nf Milf(wd were Easter weekend tmests of his mother. Mrs. Eslher Berne PAGt 5B king. On Sunday they all at- tended a family dinner at Bc- loit. Mrs. Meda Dick, Mrs. Lu cille Jones and Janice Faye of Wichita were Easter week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Studer and daughters were alrlong the group for suppt!r on Saturday evening. I)inner guests of the Studers on Easter Sunday in obser- vance of ttleir 48th wedding anniversary were Mrs. Mean l)ick, Mrs. l,ucille Jones and Janice Faye of Wichita, Mr. dtmior Studer, Mrs. Alice Clark and daughters of Concordia, and Will Patrick of Formoso. Mrs. Harold Morris under went, eye surgery on Taesday at the St. Joseph's ttospital in Concordi;L She was d/smissed from the hospital on Saturday and is convalescing at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark were Easier dinner guests of Mrs. Gladys Clark of Court- and Mrs. Leonard Eriekson of Courtland, end left ,from .there that evening for their home. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hallgrea and daughters were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grimm. Mrs. Sherry Lavo/e and ba- by. Miss Shelia Ross and Miss Kathy Ross of Concordia called on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ross Sunday afternoon . Mr.. James Baptista, mem- ber of the Wycliffe Bilge Translators, is to be the spe- cial speaker at the leormoe, o Community Church this Sun- day at the morning service, Mr. Baptists has been with ~the Translators for a number iof years and has served on , their fields in Peru and New and Mrs. John l)oxon and Jo Ellen of Omaha were Easter land. Itransistorized short,wave.trans. dinner ,,uests. Mrs. ('hal War Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dewey [mitting. .and receiving set.. which. . ren was a caller during lhe spent Easter St nday at the [ IS now m use on Wycliffe fields week. home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis [around the world. The For- Mr'. anti Mrs. Robert How- Terrill and children at Burr moso Church has been helping Oak. in the support of Wycliffe Bi- land and Clelia were hosts to Easter dinner guests of Mr. ble Translatorsfor several a family Easter dinoer at their home on Easter Suuday. The and NIIs. Billy S nith and fam- years. guests were Mr and Mrs. R; y it3, were Mr'. and Mrs. Revert ltowland and family of l~t, ol~ Smith of Colhy, l)r. and Mrs. Mrs. George Kramer came ardville, Kans., Mrs. Maude Rex Keener and children of from Smith Center to spend Howhmd, Mr. and Mrs. Don Norton, Mrs. Joyce Bell of Abi Easter at the home of her Ih)wland and Jennifer, S SEt. lene and Mr. and Mrs. Gary son and family, Mr. and .Mrs, and Mrs. Don leh,ming and Smith of Salina. A.T. Kramer and Alen0. Their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Pat- son, Toby, was here from Wi- ftowland, Mrs. tIugo Soder, rick and Tony and Mrs. Stclla chita and their daughter, get- and Mr. and Mrs. Clark How Patrick were dinner guests on ry Marie, was home from Sa- land and snn. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Car! line where she is attending Easter dinner guests of Mr. F'lorell in honor of Howard K.W.U. and Mrs. floward Appleby Patrk'k's birthday. Mr. and ..... wcre Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dia Mrs. Eugene, Clark were after- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stout and mend anti family of Wchbcr open callers, family spent Easter Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Erick- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chadd at the home of her parents, son and family of Cuurtland. of Courthmd were Friday even Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Berth. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fngle ing supper guests of Mr. and elson, at Lincoln, Kans. ,qf l,'ormoso, Mr, and Mrs Mrs. ttoward Appleby. Chas. Romingcr and Alien of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hettin Easter Sunday dinner gueats I,'t. Worth, 'rex. and Mrs. ger and children of Junction at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Maude Rominger of Jewcll City were Saturday overnight Alfred Ross were Mr'. and Mrs. weer dinner guesls t,'riday a~ and Sunday guests of his par~ Charles Everett and family, the home of Mrs. CIcu Ilutch ents. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. ttet Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Swit~er /nson in J(,well. 'thai (,veoin~ tinger, and Charles of Concordia, Mr. the group, including Mr. and" Mrs. Emma Joerg and Mrs. and Mrs. Kenneth Swit, zer Of Hrs. Garry Sl;ffi'ord and Margaret Gertson spcnt the Chapman, Kans. and Miss Le- daughter of Courtland were 14aster weekend at the Mason ah Ross. Afternoon callel~ guests of Mr. and Mrs. I,ouis Juerg home in Manhattan. were Mr. and Mrs. John Ross, Engle andn Vau?;hn ~laffor(I Mr. anti Mrs. LaMoyne .h)hn- Miss Marilyn Intermill and for ice cream and cookies, son and children of WichitaDick Beckins of Superior, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo $odcr spent the Easter weekend vis- an(t Mrs. Maude ttowland were iting her l)arents, Mr. andMr. and Mrs. F. W. Boyl, Sunday evening guests of Mr'. Mrs. Edd Stansbury and ()the)' Jr. and Mrs. Frank Boyd, 'St', and Mrs. Don tlowland an(! relatives and friends, spent Easter Sunday at the Jcnnifer for ice cream and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stansbury home of Mr. and Mrs. James cake in obserwmcc of Mr. So- anal sons and Mr. and Mrs. Logback, Frank and L~t J der's 8"lst birthday. Ifd'nry "I'ipbr 'and g0ri df Beloff' YltlI City. Mr: and-Mrs, ltich'- A group of ladies brough! were Easter dinner guests of ard Boyd, Larry and Becky, me cream and cake to the Mr. and Mrs. Lavcrne StansMr. and Mrs. McDill Boyd and home of Mrs. J. W. Clark on hury and Richard. Mrs. Mabel Noel of Phillips- Thursday in ohservance of her Mrs. Emily Dunn of Cimar- burg were also guests for the birthday. Thosepresent be ron was an Easter weekend family dinner, sides tire honor guest were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miss Sarah Bai!'(I Mrs. M:md( Clark and visited other rela- Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Tyler Itowland. Mrs. Edna I/ughes, ires an(i frit, nds, left Friday to drive to Chicago Mrs. Opal Watson. Miss FlorThis vicinity received about to spend Easter at the home ence Nelson. Mrs. Margarel 70 of an inch of much needed of their daugl~ter and family, Gertson and Mrs Emma rain over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pope. Joerg. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hacker Mrs. Gerald James was call and Cynthia of O'Fallon. Me. Friday evening dinner guests ed to Be]nit on Thursday on were house guests over the of the Robert Ost family were account of the illness of her Easter weekend of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Oat, mother. Mrs. C. L. Churehhill. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Staf- Holly and Kelly of Riverskle, ford. On Saturday, Miss Mar- Iowa, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Bril~, torte Jones of Stockton. visited worth of Lawrence, sad MI~. Mrs. Hacker and family. The W. C. est. Mr. and Mrs. Mil- ladies were roommates when ford Ost joined the group f~$' they attended college at Hays. the evening. The IIackers were Easter din- net guests of his parents, Mr. BUY PFISTER'S HYBRIDS. A WINNER 8 TIMES OUT OF 10. CLYDE KORB, JU 7-3526 [ _ , ,, I I . ,. I I NOTICE TO FARMERS PLANTING SHELTERBELTS Please get your cedar trees ordered for shelter- belts right away. Contact your soil conservation district office. 40tf Ill i ALL BRANDS & ALL TYPES Guinea. He has done extensive survey of the South Pacific Islands in preparation for Wy- cliffe's expansion into that ar- ea. and therefore speaks from a rich background of exper- ience. He is also an expert in the techrfical field of radio, having developed a light weight J MANKATO, KANSAS lt f FORMOSO GRAIN ELEVATOR CO. Formoso, Kansas II WAREHOUSE CHARGES EFFECTI I , , JUNE 1, 1967 , :,:: R~ceivin~ Oharges ~:mdtll~ O~ ~ [tht~ 'I~l~ue.~ l~ail Clmvge~ ,1 , iI~~ Wheat ............ 5.00 1.75 .75 ,0136 (,rain Sorghum 5.00 1.75 .75 .086 .0118 S,t)ybeans 5.00 1.75 .75 ,0 6 ;083 ' 5 036 ' l ye ........ ).00 1.7o .7 . .033 Barley 4 25 1 75 75 036 033 (%rn ...... 4.25 1.75 .75 .036 .038, Oats 2.7o 1.7o .75 .027 .024 l--storn~ charges or fir~ ~rop y~ar ~;~--~bor~g'e Clltll'ge~ I/Or ~ffl~,~U~ crop yo,,lrls, I I I] I(- I We have leased the Cafe as of April 1st to Katherine Grimes and Core Carter. We will continue to operate the Service Station. Slafion will be open on Sundays. IIODGES CONOCO Kas and V exle tladg s 0 We have leased IIodges Cafe. Will open Mort- (lay, April 3, 1967. Hours will he 6:00 a.m. to8: p,m. We will appreciate your patronage. K & C CAFE Katherine and Core