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APRIL 20, 1967 Forresf Howard Modlin and Marla i Were Saturday dinner !of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Frasier accompanied twin Hughes and to Hastings on Saturday they visited Mr. and Hancock. Mrs. Jay Beale were dinner guests of Mr. Loyde Garman. Florence Pixler, Mrs. of Silverton, Ore., Mrs. Arby Cole, Mr. Ira Powell, Mrs. Hen- Mrs. Marie Ever- boys, Mr. and Mrs. and Perry Eng- callers at the Clar- Pixler honm the past and Mrs. Dwight Under- ~nd Debra of Bclleville Mrs. Larry Wacker of Edgar, Nebr'. and Mrs. Phillip Un- were Sunday dinner Of Mr. and Mrs. James and family of lIardy, occasion being the of Pbillip Underwood. Underwood of Kansas and wished his a happy birthday. Mamie Lamb. Mrs. Pixler, Mrs. Bud and Mike. Mrs. Lettie Mrs. Harve Decker ~. R. Alsobrooks, Mrs. l]randon, Mrs. Nelson Mrs. Lottie Myers, Mrs. George Co- Suchsland, John- Mrs Lester Suchs- Mrs. Nettle Johnson Siebert, Mrs. Caldwell. Ida. & Myers of Silverton callers on Mrs. Ada at the James McCor- the past week. Zina Busick and Mr. Clifford (Pink) Bu- Dana of Hutchinson Mrs. Ed Blew, Mr. Beryl Blew. Kevin of Sylvia, Mr, and Bunty, Cindy, Cyn- and Carl of Russell, Mrs. Boyd Silsby and and Mr. and Mrs. Mer- and Mark of Mankato dinner to the Clarence ll0me on Sunday to re- ~Irs. Blew of another Tresa Hestings was caller, and Mrs. Clarence of Lebanon were Sun- callers on Mr. Clarence Maag, and Mrs. Jake McDon- ~t~Se Lillie Moon had Hill Top Cafe in on SundaE. In the af- t they visited Mrs, Dora at NelSOn, Nebr, and Boitnott, Mrs. Del Mrs. Rebecca Calahan India Dillon at Su- Mrs. Glenn Fearing evening visitors and Mrs. Glen Paul. dim DeMarco and Matt and Mr. and Mrs. Bud ~d Mike were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Platt at the Michael's Lewis was admitted Red Cloud hospital on for observation and Ida Arasmith of Jew- O. D. Noller of Man- Mrs. Floyd Simme- Ronnie were Tuesday guests at the Wayne home. Mrs. Robert Tobald, and Bill and Mrs. of Glasco and Mr. V. L. Oldfield were ~inner guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Sander- Sunday a fternoon vis George Sanderson went to make the of the Sander- ~tew grandson, Mark ephens, of Salina. t~d Mrs. Phillip Under- Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Underwood and Debra The occasion be- of Phfllip Un- Mrs. Lee Garman and a classmate afternoon callers Aspegren home. Mrs. John Gates weekend in Denver Colo. visiting relatives Mrs. Arden Ost at- reception on Thurs- following the for provisional mem- the Kappa Gamma of Phi Theta Kappa, Junior College LaVon Ost the pledges. D. Aspegren and Alsobrooks attend- school for Sunday at the Metho- in Mankato. Mrs. W. E. Benbow Rebecca Calahan guests of Jason Louder- milk of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Byers of Jewell spent Monday in the Jack Byers home. Mr. and Mrs. Derald Decker and Cheryl were Saturday ov ernight guests in the Genc Whisler home in Salina. Tim my and Dany Whisler ac companied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Rayn}otld (;al ton were Friday morning call ers on Mr. and Mrs. Perry England. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fearing received word that their son, Major Harold l,'earing, now stationed in Vietnam, will be returning to Ft. Rucker, Ala. in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis ,leffery and family were Sunday din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon at the Michael's Cafe. In the afternoon they drove to the Glen Elder I)am site. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair of Lovewell were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster. Carla llughes of Mankato and Luann Olena were Friday overnight guests of Judy Fras- ier. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baylie. Randy and Rhonda. Curtis Smullins and Sylvia Modlin were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Gar- man and family. In the even- ing the Baylies and Garmans took homemade ice cream and cake to the ttenry Garman home. Mrs. Emerald ()st. Melinda and Bruce of Franklin, Nebr. visited Mrs. Ada Stanton at the James McCormick home on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Stanton returned home Wed- nesday after spending the past five weeks in the Belleville hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dan France and girls of Kensington were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillett. Mrs. Rebecca Calahan of Su- permr spent Friday and Satur day with Mrs. Opal Roesti and Deloris and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benbow, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag were Friday evening visitors of Mr, and Mrs. Perry Eng- land. Mrs. Ralph Jacobsen and Grace Cole of Montrosc, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder of For moso, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Lay- land and Mr. and Mrs. John Cota of Wichita, Mrs, Edith Ost and Mr. and Mrs. Law rence Roe of Mankato were callers at the Arby Cole home the past week. David Lawrence Alexander grandson of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fearing, of Springfield. Mo. suffered a perforated appendix and had to have an emergency appendectomy. Janice Cockroft and Linda Garman were Friday over- night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Penner. On Saturday, they attended the American Legion 6th District Convention at Concordia. Mrs. Pearl Harris. was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Harris and Shelley in honor of her birth- day. Mrs. Garold Ohmstede and girls of Guide Rock and Mrs. Jerry Lockwood and boys uf Wichita were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heskett. Mabel Yapp of Mankato and Amos Yapp were Tuesday sup per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch. Erma Thompson, elite Reag- er and Grace Hancock of Man- kate were callers on Mrs. Net- tie Johnson the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Calahan of Commerce City, Colo. and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suchs- land and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Morris and John and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morris and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris a~d fam- ily in honor 'of Kathy's and Doris' birthdays, Mr, and Mrs, Joe Reinert and Paul of Esbon were Sun- day afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Underwood and family. Mrs. Goldie Hutchinson of Paona, Colo. was a house guest at the Emmett Lewis home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Bode Haberly of Willow Springs, Me., Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Parish of In- dependence, Kans. and Mrs. Ormand Hawkins of Spring- dale, Ark. were Thursday mor- ning callers at the Nelson Har- ris home. They were here for the funeral services for their father, Frank Clark. Diana Ost was a Thursday overnight guest at the Jack Byers home, A coffee was held at the Michael's Cafe on Monday morning for Mrs. Jim Clark of Antiock, Calif. and Mrs. Fay Myers of Silverton, Ore. Those present besides the honored guests wets Mrs, Russell Lew- JEWELL COUNTY is, Mrs. Glen Paul, Mrs. Wal- ter Dillon, Mrs. Hans Nelson and Mrs. Earl Garman. Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Hawkins were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. l,yle McCam- mon of near Superior. Mrs. Denis Garman of Sa- lina and Sharon Garman were Saturday afternoon visitors at the th,nry Heskett home. Chuck ,Iohns(m of Manhattan spent Sunday in the Gene John- son Imme. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ttigh- land of Beloit were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. I,ester l~aust'h. Katie Mendcnhall of Esbon was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Nettle Johnson at the Michael's Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Korb, Bing and lh,ather were hosts to a family dinner at the Buff- alp Rnan~ Steak llouse on Sun day evening. Those present were: Mrs. Fay Myers of Sil- verton, Ore.; Mrs. Olive Miller of Caldwell, hla.: Mr. R. d. Korb; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Korb and th)bhy; and Mr. and Mrs. Elton Gillett and Jolm. The rclnalntng evening was spent in the Korb home. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Calahan of Commerce City, Colo. spent l'rom Wednesday until Sunday in the Floyd Myers home. Nan('y Morris spent from Monday until Thursday in the Cleo Morris home while her mother, Mrs. Keith Morris. was in the Red Cloud hospital. Mrs. Goldie Hutchinson of Paonia,- Colo. was a Wed. visitor in the Russell Lewis home. Mattie Grubbs, Dorothy llawkins and Oliw, Millet" were luncheon guests of Mrs. Ro- bert Kurb the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fogo celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday with din- net" at t'utsches Cafeteria in Prairie Village, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Form and doyee were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Patnode and Annette and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Craighead of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fogo spent the weekend in Kansas City visiting relatives. Monday mo|'niog they attended the Honors Convocation at Kansas State College of Pittsburg, where Joyce was one of the honor students. Kansas State College of Pitts- burg held its annual Honors Convocation April 17, 1967 to give recognition to those stu- dents who had attained high scholarship and had demon- strated leadership and service to the college. Among those honored at the convocation was Joyce Ann Fogo of Burr Oak. Miss Fogo is nne of 29 Senior Scholars having a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5. She is a member of the Schol- astic Honor Society and has been designated as a Superior Student. Majoring in Art edu- ('alien. she is currently doing practice teaching at Westport lligh School in Kansas City, Me. Speaker for the Convocation was Dr. Douglas M. Knight, l'resident of Duke University. NOTICE The Molherl3aughter Ban quet will be held at the Burr Oak Ifigh School on Friday, May 12, 1967 at 7:00 p.m. Any- one wanting to take a girl can contact Mrs. Orville Hafner. Tickets can be bought from Mrs. Orville Hafner, Mrs. Car- old Van Schoiack, Mrs. Stan~ ICY Johnson, Mrs. Harry Black- stone, Mrs. Lester Suchsland and Mrs. Hurbert Jeffcry. CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks to each of you for the cards, letters, flowers, visits and gifts I re ceived while in the hospital and since returning home'. May God bless each and every- one of you. Clarence Pixler. Pre-Nuptial Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Korb, Jr. were hosts to a wedding rehearsal dinner for their daughter, Larkie Ann, on Tues- day night, April 11, at the Michael's I)ining Room. The bride's colors of yellow and white were carried out. The linen covered table had an overlay of yellow net attd an arrangement of white daisies formed the center piece. Guests for the occasion were Mr. Steve Kernan, Lark Korb and Herbert Hupf, all of Has- tings, Nebr., Miss Sandra Korb of Manhattan, Mrs. Donald l)iehl of Guide Rock. Nebr., Mrs. Olive Miller of Caldwell, Ida., Miss Pare Dittmer of Broken Bow, Nebr., Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Alsobrooks. John Gillett, Bobby Korb and Hea- ther Korb. Burr Oak Y.W.C.A. This is National Y.W.C.A Week. April 16-22. The 24th National Convention will be in Boston April 24-29. One signifi- cant asset in our midst is the Kansas District Y.W.C.A.. that for over 41 years here in the state of Kansas has provided a dynamic program helping in- dividuals to help themselves and thereby help to better their community. The Burr Oak Y.W.C.A. took a free will offering at their regular meeting on Monday, April 17. This offering will dO to send a girl to the Y-Teen Camp this summer. Any mem- ber wishing to donate can send their contribution to Mrs. Don McLean, President. Ionia Mrs. Lovona Barlley A very nice program was presented Monday evening at the Ionia P.T.M. under the direction of Mrs. Dorothy Stet- ler, More rain was received in our arcs last week. Pastures and wheat are showing results of the moisture. We hope the rainfall continues. Brian Scott is the name chosen for the baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slaughter of Salina. Mrs. Slaughter and children came to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kincheloe, Friday for a visit. Miss Vcra Marietta spent the weekend of April 8-9 in Wich- ita visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose went to Omaha Friday after~ noon to attend the 6:00 p.m. wedding rehearsal of their son. Jerry, and bride-elect, Jeanice Mahanke. Following the re- hearsal Mr. and Mrs. Rose were hosts at the Minne Luca LoUnge for a supper for mem- bers of the wedding party. The wedding was Saturday at 2:00 p.m. at Pearl Memorial Me- TREASUItEIt'S QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT City of Manka$o, Kansas For th,e period from Dec. 31, 1966, to March 31, 1967 Old FUqNDS baliacmes 3enerM ................. $ 6,271:10 W,~ t~r Works ............ I'5.834.09 Electric Lig~ht .......... 31.5~.3~2. Bond and I;t~teresr, .. 3,790.6~ Bindweed .................... 805.02 bibrary ................... 76.37 Sere. Street l~und .. ~111.0~1.65 W~tel" Works Imp... ~6,{}1q.3@ 5ewer Imp ............. 9.86~.59 Boml Si~nk,ing Fund 1.234.00 No Fund Warraa~t .. TOt'Ms .............. $107,063.90 AvMl~ble C.ash: dR~eeipts Disburse- New ITlrent~ba~l~nees $ I10d02.7,1 $ 111.,2~2.68 $ 5,0~1.13 8,gq1~)a6,iIi,6ff2~60 113X5~.16 2r/,005.30 ~,454.01,~0,08~1.61 2r/,98~.04 8~615.25 g3,1~64.(Yl 84.14 889.16 1 ,~6.35,II ,4'212.7~ 120f}O0.00 135,446.03 111,041,65 ~1'1,170.40 9,~62.50 d .050.00 2,2~4.00 ,1,1'78J10 1,060.391117.71 $1t97,~'~.10 $1,9q,~.dq $I06,~4~5.33 Si,~te Exel~a~r~ge Bank ..................................................... $106,845.33 Total Ava.llable ~m~h (Ix) agrt~ wtbh tlolt~l funds above) ................................................................................ $I~t~,845.33 ~NVE~I~iEI~r SEC~-~rl~IES Sinkir~g Pu~d~-4V~ankato City I~onds ................................ $ ,12,000.00 U, S. Series E. Bo~drs, .pa~d ................................................ 10,750.00 U. S. Treas~_ry Bills, DMd .................................................... 1!1~J~:~1.40 LIABILITIES /hN,D OB~IGAT~)~S Reg,~steced Wam'a~t,s Outstar~dt[ng ...................................... 1,I00.00 Serk~l Bonds ................................................................................ ~'~2 ~a2.00 Wa~Verworks System Revenue l~mds ................................ 15lID00.00 Tobal ................................................................................. $4r23,95~.00 I. D. K. B a,l~h, Do hereby certify ~hat Vhe above s~tement ks correol. Signed: D. K. B~, Clty Treasurer. V. Arrington, representative of the Watch- tower Bible and Tract Society, will give public talk at the Legion Hall, Burr Oak, April 30th at 2:30 p. m. Theme: "God's Kingdom Rules" II I II I I I LI I MANKATO, KANSAS thodist Church in Omaha. Par- ents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mahanke. Bob Rose was soloist for the wedding. Jerry graduated from Ionia Rural Iiigh School in 1956 and Brown Mackie School of Busi- ness of Salina. He joined the U. S. Navy and at the present time is stationed in Omaha with the Rank Petty Officer, Jerry Rose YN2. Kansas rela- tives and friends attending his wedding besides his parents were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kos- ter, Jr. of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meeker and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simmelink of Sa lina, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose,. Mr. and Mrs. Linden Sample, and Mr. and Mrs. John Loomis of Marion. The Music Department of Eshon Rural High School un- der direction of Larry McKin- nis presented their Spring Con- cert Friday evening which was greatly enjoyed by those at- tending. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Bor- ger, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pear- son of Beloit and Mrs. Thchna Hauptli of Glen Eider were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Borger and family of Manhattan celebrat- ing the April wedding anni- versaries of the family. Cindy, Vicki and Steve Zad- ina of Beloit spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Wey, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Zadina attended a Legion and Auxiliary Convention in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Rico and~family of Wichita and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Remus and children were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Colson. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Tucker and Tommie and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Tucker and Carolyn. Charlotte Borger spent the weekend in Manhattan attend- ing a State B.Y.P.U. Conven- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Allie Tucker of Red Cloud were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Vera Marietta and in the afternoon they did some work at the family lots in Ionia Cemetery. The W.S.W.S. members held their Book Study "Be What You Are - Study Guide on Colo- ssians and Philemon" by G. L. Hunt Friday at the church an- nex from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Each member took a chapter to be discussed and this was enjoyed by the mem- ber's.' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loonfis of Mankato spent Sunday evening with Miss Vera Marietta. Special number for church Sunday was a piano solo "Rock of Ages" by Cindy Hen- ningsen. Candle lighters were Cindy and Clay IIcnningsen. Members and their families of the Saddle Club enjoyed a Trail Ride Sunday afternoon followed with a weincr roast. lAttle Russ Itenningscn spent the afternoon at the Jennings Borger home while his parents were on the Trail Ride. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reinking of Downs were Sunday after- noon callers of Mr. and Mrs. John Ahlvers. Mr. and Mrs. l,ynn l)ietz and sons of Clay Cetner were Sunday dinner and suppcr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rolla l)ietz and Sherri. Mrs. Bertha Dietz joined them for supper. OI.her visitors during the af- ternoon and evening were Mr. and Mrs. l)ean l,eonard and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Art t~,uoker and grandson. Mark Schnorr. As in former years April is Cancer Month and I will again be callnig in the homes of the east half of Odessa Township. Your contril)utions will help to put this vicious killer under control. I Visiting hours: 10:00 11:00 A. M.: 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-8:00 P.M. Mrs. Karen Ross and Leah, Mrs. Marie Morris and Bren da, Mrs. Zella Dillman. Mrs. Martha Severson, Mr. and Mrs. John Thronson, Mrs. Jessie Graham. Mr. Elmer Tb.ronson. all of Mankato, and Mrs. Helen Biggs of Lebanon have called on Mrs. Oleanna Thronson dur- ing the past two weeks. Mrs. Stella Louder of Burr Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Couse of Lincoln, Kans. were April 9th visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilbeck. Mrs, Louder is Mrs. Wilbeck's mo- ther and Mrs. Couse is her sister. The Reverend Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Willard of the Mankato Assembly of God Church took charge of the April 9th Sunday Local Club Members Only Membership Required To Enter Entry Fee $1.00 Tee Off Time 7:30 NEVER-IRON HI CREW NECK KNIT SHIRT This on-the-go sport shirt helps you tee off without waiting - for ironing. Campus' 50% Kodel (R) Polyester, 50% combed cotton mesh is a swing-in-comfort combin- ation. Its hi crew neck, Action Free gus- set, ribbed cuffs, and emblem are ready for action - whenever you are. 00 I PAGE 3B i: service in the Home. They were accompanied hy the Rev- erend Mr. attd Mrs. Darrell Keefover of ,lewell and youngI people from both Mankato attd Jewcll Assembly of God con gregations. We certainly en- joyed the special music. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barrett, Ferris and Kyle of l{.andall have been recent callers of his mother, Mrs. Minnie l~ari'etl. Those calling on Mrs. Mattie ~Metz the last few days have i been Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Roth- :hild and Mrs. Will Lagergren. Mrs. Bess Kramer and Mrs. /irlea l'eterson were Af)rii 9th visitors in the Home. Mrs. Waund;~ l)o,mhue has madc several calls on her me ther, Mrs. Gertrude Fiero. Ann Donahue came to see her grandmother Sunday. :Mr. and Mrs. 1,'rank Sellhorn ()[' l)avi(I Cily. Net)r., Mr. and Mrs. Win. E. Rohde, Mrs. Cloyd Voss and Mrs. ltaynlond Rehbein of North Bend, Nebr., try with her brother, Mr. John Ferguson, and,Mrs. Ferguson. , Mr. and Mrs. Charhe Love :i of Esbon called on his mother, f Mrs. ttattie Love, Sunday af- ~I ternoon. were received from ~i Flowers the Sellhorn relatives, A(tak, Alaska, (FHTNC) -- Aviation Structural Mechanic i Airman I,ester D. Bausch, {! USN, son of Mr. and Mrs, i l,ester 1t. Bausch of Burr Oak, "~ Kansas, reported aboard the Adak, Alaska, Naval Station for duty. i The Naval Station. its sister ! cotnmand, U. S. Naval Com- nmnicatiuns Station and small detachments of Marine and Coast Guard forces are situat. ed on the Island of Adak, locat- t,d in the Andreanof Islands of the Aleutian Chain of Alaska, ()riginally estat)lished as a Nawd el)crating Base for the Aleulian area during World War lI, Adak now maintains md Mr. and Mrs. Willis l[. Sellhorn of Tecumseh, Nebr. visited in lhe tlonw ont' d;ly, last week. They also atttended the [uneral ol Iheir sister m law and aunt, Mrs. Louise C. Sellhorn. Mr. 1,oren Oetting and son, ,Jtlnior. of Kt'nsillL{ton ate SUl) 3er Saturday with his uncle. Mr. llarry Wilbeck. and Mrs. Wilbeck. Nit'. Vilas I,'rt'etnatl x~'as Ihe guest of honor at a birthday dinner in the honm of his niece. Mrs. Burlon Wilson. in Belk, ville April 9th. On the 10th we helped him celebrate the occasion here at the }lonte Mr. and Mrs. Carl Loomis of Glen Ehh, r visiled his father. Mr. Clarence Loomis Friday. Sunday afternuon callers of Mrs. Mattie Smith were her nel)hews. Guy and l)tmald I,'ol sore. of Randall and Frank Folsom ,)[' ,h, well. Mrs. Ethel thmson visited several of the htdies Saturday morning. Miss Ali('e Ferguson spent Sunday, April 16, in the eoun- an ad~ant'ed Naval Base close 'to the enemy threat. As a support area for patrol squadrons and search and res- cut" V(,~,sels and aircraft, the station contributes greatly in maintaining military alertness in Alaska. A ~raduate of Burr Oak Rur- al lligh School in Burr Oak, K;ms., Aviation Structural Me- chanic Bausch entered the ser- vice m May 1966. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kissin, g(,r dro~e to Matmattan Friday afternoon. Saturday, the Kiss- ltlgers and their son. Don. and his fiance. Carol Baldwin spent the day in Kansas City. Frank and Berniece returned home Saturday night. 111:115 NOON USDA MARKETS DeKalb Sorghum, I)eKalt) Sudan Grass and I)eKalb Forage See Your DeKalb Dealer -.. ,, . Phone JU 7-3527 Burr Oak, Kansas 46tf I J I ?, ff O COME IN AND SEE US ABOUT YOUR SORGIJUM SEED AND WEED SPRAY NEEDS raln (o. ].'hone 794-2411 Formoso, Kans, IIIIIII III H Ted Acton, plant superintendent, will be in the office at Mankato, Kansas Monday through Friday each week. Office hours will be 9:00 a. m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p. m. to 6:00 p. m. Mr. Acton will be holding personal interview with persons, who are applicants for jobs in the new, latest design, modern packing plant, which is being built at Man- kato, Kansas. Jobs are open for general labor, mechanical work, and a bookkeeper and office staff. If you want an interview in the evening', write or call for appointment. Box 611, Mankato, Kansas Ph. FR 8-3182