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THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1966 3ewell County Record, Mankato, Kan s D ! b Solomon Valley League 1965-1966 All Star Basketball Team The coaches of the Solomon Valley League have selected the 1965-1966 all-star basketball team. [Mankato; Don Saunders, 1st team: Bill Bray and[Downs; Don Ta/sker, Bob Bob Bray, Glasco; John|Mortimor & Darrell Adams, Waldron and Mike Rourke Delphos; Brian Ludwig, St. Mankato; and Jerry Reid, Downs 2nd Team: Melvin Kitts, Johns; Ron Balderson, Clyde; Mike Foster, Milton- vale. PEE WEES ARE ASKED TO SIGN UP All boys, who are inter- ested in playing baseball this summer, are asked to si?j1 up al once at the Ben Franklin Store. H. R. Rhea is in charge of the sign up. It is important that all in- terested boys sign up in the next week -- Bob Coffman Sings in "Messiah" Mrs. Glenn Kuiken sang in the chorus of Handel's "Messiah", presented by Bethany College at Linds- borg Pahn Sunday and will sire; again Easter Sunday. Friday, the chorus will pre- sent Bach's "Passion Ac-' cording to St. Matthew." Mrs. Kuiken has been mak- ing trips twice a week to Lindsborg for practice. NOTICE Dr. Merwin Peterson an- nounces that his dental of- fice will be closed all day on Wednesdays, in the future. His office will be open all day Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, each week. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan Will Celebrate 50th Weddnig Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cala- han, married April 8, 1916, will celebrate their 50th Anniversary Sunday, April 10, 1966, with "open house" at their home near Burr Oak. Clark and Phila invite you to call anytime from 2:00 to 4:30 p. m. No gifts, please Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gering, Mike, Michelle' and Cathy, of DenveL Colo arrived on Saturday to spend a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zimmer- man. They also plan to visit his relatives at Beloit. Engagement Announced Announcement ~is made of the engagement ~and ap- proaching marriage of Miss Jo Whipple and Wayne Dempsey. Disclosing the nuptial news are parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Whipple of Jet- more, Kans. The prospective bride- groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Dempsey of Montrose, Kans. The bride-to-be and her fiance are attending Fort Hays State College where he is a sophomore and major- ing in Industrial Arts. He is also a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon. A summer wedding is be- ing planned by the couple. COMMUNITY AUCTION 347 Central Ave Superior, Nebr. FRIDAY, APRIL 8- starting at 6:30 p. m. WE WILL HOLD ANOTHER AUCTION OF NEW AND USED FURNITURE SOME ANTIQUES ANDY'S AUCTION HOUSE M. E. "Andy" Montgomery, owner Over 50 NEW UNITS in Stock which DO NOT reflect the INCREASED EXCISE TAX. Phone JU 7-2191 BURR OAK, KANS. SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES OUR MDSE. MADE IN U.S.A. We have Calf Feeders. Stock Tanks - Pig Feeders, priced to sell. A new supply Huffy Mowers, about all sizes. This supply just arrived. Power Post Hole Augers. Large Tractor Sprayers - also small Hand Sl)rayers. Lots of good Hand Tools, Wrenches, Ham- reefs, Pitch Forks, Spades, Shovels, Scoops, Garden Tools, Tree Trimmers. Ladders, aluminum and wood, from 10' up to 40'. Step Ladders, wood and aluminum. Mower Sickles - Repair Parts for Power Mowers. 'Cable, 3-16" to 1/ , Chain "n bulk, 3-16" to %'. Good assortment Turps. Chain Saws - Heat Lamps. Rope, !4" to r'. Hard twist for lariats. V-Belt Pulleys. Barb and Smooth Wire - Stetel Posts. Roller Chain - Sprocket Chain. Sherwin-Williams Paints, house and barn, inside, all new this spring. Linseed Oil -Turpentine Thinner. Fishing Tackle and Guns. Electric Fencers. Garden Seeds (Earl May). About everything in Bolts o!r Cap Screws 1966 IMPALA SPORTCOUPE, Maroon color, loaded with accessories; 3,000 actual miles; save a bunch; new car warranty. 1965 FORD XL; Buckets; Power; 1 local owner; Sharp. 1965 CHEV. SUPER SPORT Impala; Power; like new, 1965 IMPALA Cpe Red; V-8; AT; PS; Like New. 1965 OLDS 98, Holiday Sport Sedan; loaded; air and all; one local owner. 1965 OLDS 4 dr. Holiday 88; 1 local owner; like new 1965 IMPALA Cpe Red; V-8; AT; PS; Like New. 1965 CHEV. IMPALA Super Sport - Sharp. 1965 CHEV. Impala 4 dr. HT never been titled; new car warranty. 1964 CHEV. Impala 4 dr. Sedan, Power & Air. 1964 OLDS 88 Holiday; PS, PB, air; new tires; like new all over. 1964 OLDS 88 Holiday Cpe.; PS; PB; air; sharp; 1 local owner. 1964 CHEV. BA, 4 dr. sedan; PS; PB; factory air; 1 local owner. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500; V8; AT; Really nice. 1962 CHEV. BA. 4 dr.; V8; AT; 32,000 actual miles; a nice car. 1961 OLDS Super 4-dr. air and all, like new. 1959 BUICK LeSABRE; 4 dr.; really a good car. MANY OTHER CARS TO CHOOSE FROM ! TIlE GASOLINE THAT WON THE WEST. Stop in at 36-66 SERVICE AND WAUGH OIL & GAS STATION. PICK UP ONE OF THE COUPO[NS. This Coul.on Properly Validated Entitles You To ONE QUART ) C P TROP-ARTIC MOTOR OIL FREE WITII YOUR NEXT OIL CIIANGE Dealer Validation & Date. TRUCKS 1964 CHEV. ~ ton; long; wide; 4 speed. 1964 CHEVROLET 3A ton wide box; V8; 4 speed. 1962 CHEV. Ton V-8, 4 speed. 1961 GMC ton Heavy Duty, V-6; 4 speed. 1959 CHEV. 2 ton box and hoist; 2 speed. 1958 CHEVROLET 13'6" Knapheide Box and Rack 1959 CHEVROLET 1 ton Duals 1O' Box, Rack and Hoist. SEVERAL OTHER TRUCKS AND PICKUPS Offer void in states where prohibited by Law. Offer expires July 1, 1966. Name Address Mrs. Glenn Kuiken and The Lucy Circle of the Cheryl, Mr. Jimmy Warren W. S. C. S. will be held at of Medicine Lodse, Kans the home of Mrs. Alton and Mrs. Ralph Cummings Kale, Wednesday, April 13, will be guests for dinner on at 2:00 p. m. Easter Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Noller at Hebron, Nebr. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my second grade class, their parents, and my room mothers, Mrs. Robert Ost and Mrs. Harold McCammon, for the beauti- ful yellow mums brought to me during my bereavement. --Mrs. Alfred Ross. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Shue of Belleville were in Man- kato on business Monday. Mr. Alvin Nelson is in the hospital at Smith Center with pneumonia. He was taken there a week ago for treatment. Mrs. Jack Adamson of Pocatello, Idaho, a sister of Mrs Eldon Grout of Man- kato, won first place in the Miss America Contest in Pocatello and was one of nine finalists in the state contest. Mrs. Adamson will be remembered here as the former Arlene Daniels. Mr. Charles 'Graham re- I Students turned home last week af-I sas State ter being in the St. Joseph sl Kansas Unive: Hospital in Concordia. I this week for cation , 1 m 2 SALE STARTS 'ltlURSI Ah TItREE DAYS Due to the fact that we have lmrchased another Seward, Nebraska, which we will operate personally, we an interes in our store in Mankato to Mrs. Merl Reager, manage it and operate it in the ame manner as in the We regret leaving Mankato and our friends, however ihe advantages of two stores will mean a bctte- sch customers. THANK YOU LEO AND CAROLYN I REILIN (, MANKATO, KANSAS As we have sold our farm, we will sell at Public Auction the following East of Salem Church, or 5 miles North and 3'/} East of Lebanon, or 3 Nq North of Esbon, on-- '= " At" f.'O0 l"M. John Deere "G", 1952, good rubber and re- cently overhauled JD Hay Baler, twine tie, 1961 JD 12-ft. Spring Tooth Harrow JD Grain Drill, 8x16, on rubber and press wheels JD No. 8 Power Mower JD 9-ft. One-Way, 26" discs, on rubber IHC 3-16" Plow on rubber IHC 2-row Corn Disc Massey-Harris Tandem Disc Moline 2-row Lister New Holland Side Delivery Rake, 1965, like new IHC Hammer Mill 3-section Harrow US-Challenge Grain Elevator and trucks Clipper Fanning Mill with electric motor Buzz Saw Frame 2-row Bean Cutter 4-wheel Trailer and box Hay Rack and Gears 2-wheel Trailer, 4x8 box I 2 Hand Corn Shellers Hand Corn Grader 2 Water Tanks 2 Oil Barrels with 1)umps; 250-gal. with stand; 250-gal. Gas Tank 31)0-gal. Gas Tank with bose; Hog Wire; Roll Slat Cribbin Chicken Feeders and equipme1 t; Barrels; Large Roll of Telephone ed Gas Pipe; 14-ft. Ladder; 24-ft. Ladder; Set Cast Tractor Wheel Gas I,awn Mower; PTO Shaft for er, new; and other items found on up sale. Steel Posts; Iiedge P'osts; So lap Lumber; New lx12 Used Lumber; 4 bundles on Shingles; 2 rolls of Rub[ Apl)roximately 75 sheets of new ed Iron, 12-ft. Electric Grinder; Vise; Shop Cabinets; Benches; Drill Press; Punches; Chisels; Hand Saws; 2 Air Tanks; Forge; Block and Tackle with good rope; Shovels; Forks; Bars; Spades; Wrenches; and Hand Tools. Nearly new Bedroom Suite, nice ; 4 Chairs; Utility Table; Platform Rockers; End Tables: 1 h'on Bed, eoml)lete; M-W Cream or; Maytag Washing Machine; trie Fan; 15-ft. RCA Deep FreeZe phonic Victrola Talking Machine shape. , TERMS: CASH. Nothing Removed Until Settled For. Lu nch: Whitemound Max Dudley, Howard Reece, Lyndon Booz SALESMEN: Bill Ludwig, Orval Range, John Heinen City State THE SPIRIT OF 66 WEEK AUCTIONEERS: Arden Burr JU Vail 805 OWNERS ([ CLERK: