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ii I I !|ll 1 month of March It is a little[ SCHOOL I~UNCH ,Rlghtmemr.) I The Athletm Banquet for the treasurer s.report. Re- Annual Co-op Meeting. Mr. day P.M. callers of E la1 [ Softball Throw: Jognfi| Lovewell Grade Athletic ports Were giv6H" by those lGbbi'ge McGraw and son, Summers. [cloudy but not too prom[s-[ Week of" April ,L rI Murray, lst; Candy Stevens,~ members will be held at the who attended the Districtl Kenneth, of Elwood, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Webber[ ing for rain this Monday] ]m[ [2nd. [ auditorium in Lovewell on Conference of W. S. C. S. at]called ola us while we were and sons of Beloit, Mr. and[ morning. [ Monday: Beef & I1' [ Broad Jump: April Merrill,[ Friday evening, 22nd. This is Phillipsburg & others nam- [ gone. They are cousins of Mrs. Dean Hansen of Super- [ The Esbon Legion ladies Mashed Potatoes, 3 " j [ 2nd; Jana Rothchild, 4th. a community supper put on ed to attend the meeting to- t mine. [or, Mrs. Eleanor Crispin, got their carpet rags all tak- ad, Frmt, Cmery, [ High Jump: Laura Ross,[by the mothers of the team day (Monday) at Scandia. [ The Chesebro Club met Wylie Kirkpatrick, Dwayne[en care of Friday, and we]Rolls, t~utter, mira. [ tie for 2nd. in cooperation with the Mr. and Mrs. John Simons[with Mrs. Ira Lea Payne on Crispin and Mrs. Ruby Han- will miss our get-togethers] Tuesday: Creame .by lAy at C. Keea [ [ P. T.A. and children from Platts-[ Thursday with 10 members sen were Sunday eveningl and the nice pot luck dinner] en, Corn M, asn eo. '~ "7-- I Mrs. O. D. Noller and] Mr. and Mrs. Leonard mouth, Nebr. spent Saturday] present A nice program was supper guests at Marvin1 for this spring [ Pudding, Kons, trotter, !'lae annual spring field]Mrs. Frank Diamond went[Leece came Saturday p. m. & Sunday with her mother,[prepared and presented by Webbers. [ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Coun- Wednesday: S.an !~ at the Hays Experiment[ to St. Joseph, Me. Tuesday[ for a weekend visit at the Mrs. Alta Lovewell. They[ Mrs. Vivian Payne pertain- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond[ tryman sponsored a real nice ~o~a~o ~ama, rrmt, ti0n Friday, April 29.]where Mrs.-Noller will visit] Delia Heldt and Chat War- left for Lawrence, Kansas to] ins to St. Patrick's Day Leece and Bernard visited] farewell dinner Sunday at [ Milk Bunn BL ~.~Agriculture Extension~ Mrs. Inez Longacre and Mrs. I ren homes They are not visit John's grandmother be- [ which was that day. Quilt Mrs. Dean Leece in Belle- [ the West Branch community ~'nursflay " y and the Soil Censer- I Diamond will go on to Kan- [ quite finished at the job at fore he leaves for Korea. ] embroidery blocks for a ville Sunday afternoon. I center for the Jack Country- Potato Chips, Cake, l~n District is sponsoring [ sas City by bus and visit in [ Gove, Okla but are making A crew of men with large [ quilt belonging to Elizabeth Mrs. Marvin Webber was ] man family of Mankato, who ] Milk. trip to the field day.[ the homes of a daughter,[plans for moving to an apt. trucks and caterpilars push-[Sheahan was handed out to hostess to the V Club Tugs-Jare moving to Gypsum,] C:e d:y: saM2wCl: 2 ; ~Lbus will accommodate[ Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harrison,] in Downs this coming week, ed the brick walls of the old]each member. Our next day evening at her home.] Kans to be with the group ' ) people. Anyone wishingmaY[Mrs.and agranddaughter, Mr. &[ where work will be started post office building down[ meeting will be in 2 weeks Mrs. Ra'ymond Leece was' lOgO tO Hays that day Gilbert Huntley. Mrs ]on large dikes to protect the last Sunday. The building[ v ~th Elizabeth Sheahan. A co-hostess. ~ [ of men working on construc- [ ~wu~. qqgta t, the County Agent or [ Huntley suffered a broken] city of Downs. was built by a former post- [ lovely lunch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin[ tion which he will be with ] office. [back in a car wreck last] lvIr. and Mrs. Leonard master, Robt. Harroun. The[ the hostess were Sunday dinner guests[ Mary Lagergren entertain-[ Dick Hale and son, crops and livestock[Nov and has just been re-[Leece received a phone call trucks hauled most of the] The Paradise Club had of the Leo Blackstone family.[ ed the Middle'Branch Club] of St. Francis came discussed at the field[leased from the hospital in] Sunday p. m. fl:om their debris away. [ supper at The Buffalo Roam Mrs. John Biltoft assisted[ last Wednesday afternoon Thursday and took his r ~, They are doing so.me [ Columbia, Me. and will have [ son-in-law, Jim Woodell, [ Steak House at Mankato on with the house work the] withto answereight memberSroll call, presentwhich[[ er,withMrshim Glennfor a visitHale'aj] work on reseedmg[to spend quite some time[ from Longview, Washing- [Saturday evening. There first last week at the Arnold was Irish jokes or stories.[ make the acquaintanc ~. at lrlay.s, tayorla, sue-]yet in a wheel chair.[ton, saying his wife, Gloria ~|I . ] [were 11 members and 3 hus- Ross.home while Mrs. Ross[ t ors. razing,and forageI -- I(Leece) Woodell was very W~.~I Mars~ ]bands present. A lovely sup- was in the Brodstone hosp]-/we missed our four absent, her new granddaUiau Will Oe discussed. I On Easter Sundav a[ ill and wanting one or both w,~ ] per was served A nice pro- tal a few days for surgery.[ members. The next meeting] Dlc~: s youngest d 1 ;) tt!e !n different feedm.g[ bountiful dinner was" held[ of them to come. They left Mrs. Vachel Crawford [ gram prepared and presented Mr. and Mrs. Fred Web-, will be with Lorena Pate in] Sarah Johanna. four weeks. Mary served a] M lU I I [ lmnn ed iea lleYn : r a;h ePel J! m. Zipse [ l~r s M~ol?ItuarkR~babcihnL eand beerr: n dwfe~lm~lYd a~ S:vPe iing ~ Mr and Mrs. delicious lunch / - :- Wodrovoto o mo oon fo~.the people in the[ Center, Kansas. Those pre-[dence, Kansas to pick up at~tn~r~amnercat a~rOOK-~ ber received a lovely gift callers at Marvin. Webbers; lnis is arrangea. SOlsent were Mr. and Mrs. C. Isome things needed, and ] from their Club Pal. Iwasan Mrs. ram athbun and Sunday afternoon for the Ii[ ~etyone can see; Bill Dmts-[ R. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs.[Mrs. Leece will leave by[ ~. ~t*;,~'~od"~,~=;[ae~ v)e:~~. [invited guest and enjoyed it Mrs. Dale Crispin attended 25th Wedding Anniversary~ - "-- '= ~, superintendent ot tlael wnvno rqnvl~rk Mrs Ma~-I nlane todav for Washington "~ ,"~ ?;r'~"t ~ ;. ~ "1 verv much the Scholarship Tea in Nel- of our niece, Mrs. Roberta ~ -~ ment station, talkedlgi"e " Wll i ns. 'M"rs." Otie!Leonard w ill finish the job[end fecent y mo, env ] Mr. Harold Knarr, Mr. son Monday afternoon. Reed and husband, Jack. ( IAEWA,II| . 'armers N ght in Man-lThompson, Mr. and Mrs. lat Gove, Oklahoma, and I Dennis Burk, Mr. Guy Rob- Mrs. Ella Summers was a Tbey received lovely pres- ] [-tIG[4 MAT IAl| ,recently. .we tmn [ John Blaylock and Mr. and[move to Downs soon. [ ~,~Y~" ~,~^,rJ~, .n~ ,^nibins, and Mr. Vachel Craw- Sunday visitor at the Jim ents and best wishes. We I ~ l~ farmers will want tO]Mrs Clarence Blaylock, all[ Mrs Chas Swanson] 'W %o0 leord attended an Odd Fellowl Healey home. got there a little late but [ /] the WOrK ne and nis " . ". " ram spent nursaay after- " . [of Mankato; Mrs. J]mmelentertamed Mr. and Mrs.[noon with her mother Mrs ]L dge meeting at Lucas onl Rev. and Mrs. Dean Rose they erved us some of their [ .ctolng at t~ays. Let,Blyalock Brown, Longview, ! Henry Topliff and Mr. and [ Cecil Bunch in Manl'ato "[ Saturday evening, and family of Mankato and delicious refreshments, and[ ][C~r.2.y ~ ~tr~:;lgltaw tr you can go. ITexas; Mr. and Mrs. Garv lMrs. Carl Swanson at her l ~;. g^u [ ~ !Leola Tipton of Kansas City all wished them many t~ppy [ //~N~ ~] ,/~ ,Native grass planting iSll~ynch and sons, Wichit~;lhome Sunday p. m. They[ wm.and w~rs; uuy ~o~[ [were Sunday dinner guests returns of the day. I bAi~ve [ ~ ~k~' ~ complete. If you want lMr and Mrs Bobby Blay-[enjoyed ice cream and cake[ ms' wit; m au wirsL vacneJ[ltI I I II [of Mr and Mrs Wayne Tip- we were the last ones to plant grass, it is not too ]loci~ and daughter, Manhat-l in honor of Charles Swan-[~[2~dI. rl~ebra{:;: at~ w e IVallaV 1ew [ton and family." sign the guest k~ook ~-~rr- ~ la~. ]tan; Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe[son's birthday [ ; ,~ ~ ' ~ ~,~h ]wu ~/ [ Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Nel- Miss Patty Walk.r of Cal- ] z ~~ l'armers planted a UtlBush, Mr and Mrs Shirley lMrs Sopha Warren was a lT?V v,"- SLAY,-| " land family visited Sunday at sta, Kans came up from trees lastMonda, I . ." . ." mns s sLer Mrs. r u tn, Manhattan with Eddie Ball i ,~,v . q'| Dusn, Mr. and Mrs. wm. lguest or ivir. anti Mrs. cnatl w2a. ea,even-,I Percy uiivers at purr OaK. WindbreaKs proved tlaen |Christolear, all of Smith lWarren Sunday for a dinner I:"%" ] .30 of rain was received inI Mr and Mrs Darrell Reed to visit over the past week- . from gazing e t: wor h a ainduring the re ]o. to *h. O-am Steak img. uater ua tnc ~: ~"this vie[nit Thursda ni ht I ' " " : g -. - -' te I Y Y g,and Dennis visited friends end with her grandparents,sharp, clear picture ~)I~:~ e~ high wind and snow llin and Evelyn Blaylock, all] house in Mankato. They l~^~ Y,~u~tue,u t,~ e, ~ ntUk,-[ Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Web-]in Saline Friday Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ball, andTV ,screen Thanl:~'~ musk or noddin . e,~ m~t w.o ~,~,~,0~ . The g l enjoyed the day The C R [drove to Bellevltle m the[ I ber and Alvin and Mr. and Mr and Mrs Marwn Ross other relatives. They return- Dick s TV & Radio ~[t h 1 in astures should be " " " me t2 CK w c man orcnes- ' " " ed to Manhattan on SundayTV repair service, hi: t t~ e p [ Thomnsons, C. O. Blaylocks[ p. m. to wmt Mrs. Dean I~ [ Mrs. Dean Hansen were Fn- [ and sons of Colby spent i yed now. Don Modlin.land J~'mme Brown attended[Leece. [trad.r h~ ^[day evening supper guests Saturday and Sunday with afternoon, is now as good as 1~ W ed Su ervisor is,~v, ~ ~v,uu~, a~,m:~ ~u ~ CpU!a.ty e p,~,"Easter Services with[ The Needle Craft Club[T, ~,: ~ ~.~ [at Don Webbers at Belo~t Mrs. Bermce Reed. Mr. and We accompanied Mr. and For expert, rapid ~' i~ well .informed about spray-[them. [will hold its April TM [Alvin stayed until SundaY. lMrs. David Matousek of El- Mrs. Clarence Moore to Os- on TV and radio r Pl lag, I I Friday p m April the 22ndl ~.- ~ ~;~'. [ A large crowd of frmnds Dorado, Mr and Mrs W R borne, Saturday, for the Co- call FR 8-3123. ' W TER Y U ~vir rrea uemers and ~v. . " " " " IT S THE A O [ JUNIOR HIGH BOYS ]at the home of Mrs Delia[ -" 'land relatives attended the I Wilson and Edwin of Man- op meeting. Mr. and Mrs. N "1 lrl ~nyoer maoe a Dustness . KEEP THAT COU TS [ PARTICIPATE IN TRACK [ Heldt in Lovewell This past [~ . m cn ,~i, ,~ ~ [25th Wedding Anniversary[ kate, Mr and Mrs Darrell Elmer Alexander and Mr i '' [MEET AT SMITH CENTER ]week the ladies of the club]mPrV a~i"~r~'-M~i~:dt~.Y '[ of Mr. andMrs. Max Crispin ]Reed . and. Denms .joined and Mrs. Arthur Lichty were ~ ~| MEET I I met at the lake and, withl i,I unuay afternoon. I them mr droner unoay. others there from this area. ,-- [ The Junior High boys par-[the assistance of Emmetti~oncordi~ ~r;~'av"-~' "-1 Mrs. W. C. Templeton of Miss Leola Tipton of Kan- Merry Mixer Club met i'P ~'~l i~] tankato High School par-[ ticipated in a track meet at [ Rothchild, they set out nine [ Mrs. -l ov'Pov)e'll 'was a [ Superior called Friday P.M. [ sas City spent .from Fr!day with Mrs. Georgene Bossen [ e ~tt~ in a quadrangular Smith Center on April 15.[trees, the beginning of alguest of Mrs lrt Snyder onl n,w'rs" ~na.~umme~. [until Sunday w~h her bro: last Thursday afternoon. '/fieet held at Smith Teams entered were Plain-[beautitication projectthelTh,r d v ftorn,mn I Mr. anu w rs. loon argen, ltner, wayne pton and Mr. and ]Mrs. Griffin of k . -. .; ter on April 14. Other[ ville, Smith Center and Man- ]ladms will add to, in the[ The Chesebro Club met] Tom and Carla, Mr. and Mrs.[ family. Beloit visited their daughter, : -' " - - ', -'- ' - II that attended and[ kato. Those scoring points[ future, as the season allows.[with Louella Snvder on[ Cliff McKeown, Mr. and Mrs.[ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Czirr Mrs Bob Boiler and family, I .~ ", ,0 OOI ~" i~ ~/aed are as follovcs" ! for Mankato were: [ The area around one of the [ Thursday afternoon The af- [ Keith McKeown and family, i and family and Miss Ruth bunuay. -- 1st 88 noints:lMidgets (under 107 lbs.): [recreation shelters on the[t t" and Waldo McKeown werelRathbun of Hinsdale, Ill. e- i e"-72nd, '66 oointsi[ yd L wHurd es:Kirk n rthside fthe ake s uth an . w` th r `wn w r k [Sunday dinner guests at came Saturday to Mrs. Ida . 3rd 48 nints: and I Ost, 1st [ east of the Garman Cafe has] Lo, q r-o i, birthn ," [ Tom McKeowns. [ Rathbun and Paul homes to ~'/~ 'a*?l~ 41Vnoint~ ] 50-vd" Dash" Keith Roe, lbeen allotted to the Neede[~,ift"fr~mh~or'~ t~orv eict"o~i Mrs. Jolm Springer, Man-lspend a week. -,- I I Hi g~./l~l~tn- r~ilo'--r~lnv [ 3rd - " " [ Craft Club for its project - ] hattan, spent from Friday I Mr. and Mrs. Curt Bechtel ~"~'itf-~a~l'e'--a- very g-o~l] 8"lb. Shot: John Dewey,[the first of its kind to belR'oy'i eeie'(and- rs' "i~oy[until Sunday withher par:[and family of J uniata, Nebr. ~;" i nin 1st lace 1st [started at the Lake. AfterlPowelI The nro~,r~m wn~lents' Mr. and Mrs. r~aymonctlwere :~unaay dinner guests IN USED CARS- ngmwn g, p : . . ,- . ff* ime of 3 42 2 Other 1,- 100-yd Dash: Mike Sim-,I i ptlr t lie trees, the gorup[ conducted b, El/z abeth] Leece and BJnard. [ at Paul Rathbuns. ,rove' d arman Care The pupils and teachers of Mrs Paul Rathbun and -" irl events are as fol-lon, lst; ei fi R0e,-JY . " ]d ]Sheahan Alovetylunchwas[ ". ] . ,: 220-yd Dash" Mike Sim- where Mr and Mrs. Roth-!served i~v th~ hn~to~q The[Valley View scnool and the[Marlyn spent Monday in " " " -- a i/zh Hui'tt]es" Mike Grout Ion, 2nd; Edd,e Beck, 3rd. [child treated the crowd to lnext meeting in two weeks]c k' Mrs. Tom McKeown, Kearney. WE HAVE THEM : [ Broad Jump: Wayne Coff- coffee. The ladies wish tO lwil1 be with Avi~ Crawfnrd [entertained the parents at] :;. Dash: Ral h Ozmun man, 3rd. ]thank both Mr. Chat Warren[ Mrs Ron'al'd-'Yav-ne' M'r: [dinner Monday noon o ~d~, o p "] High Jump: Ronnie Sim-[and Emmett Rothchild foriBert i~ayne and l~l~r ~Iom'erl Mrs. Sadie Intermitl, Su- [III~A#~*AII~A just from the. ile: Leon Hall, 5:13.3. ion, 4th. . . [ hreleP2ngllig ::d Setr:~itat~li[ Paton spent Friday in Smith[ Pln::,o~V~aSra sSolndlY'rl~an~ir] IL'IIIIIIII~UH~ front this GMC ,Yd. Dash: John Wal-i 440-yd. Rmay: 3~. 1. ~.PP i Center, visiting Mr. Paton siS ', Y q[ Mrs E E Ransom f ~7,~ Urn[mired: It Mr. and mrs. rienry l P-lsister Miss Ethel pntrm I termlu and tamuy. Mr and " " " rdles" Mike Grout[ 100-yd. Low Hurdles: Fred[lift for allowing us to get[ Mr' and Mrs "C]'ifford[Mrs" Alfred Ross, Mankato,[ We have had no moisture, .Pickup looks like ~ " |Rose, 4th [some. lovely cedars, from Greenway" of McCracken," were Sunday evening callers. ] but lovely snrinz weather : ik Rourke[ 100-yd Dash" M~ke Dodd, itheir pasture hills. TheselKansas snent Fridav and] Mrs. Verlan Broyles and[with the exception of one It costs a lot more tot Put M e . . ~ 7,~". ,"gnd" - had a specml mgnffmance], ~ridnva -*~niaht with h~r v-r-nn ,[Mrs" Virgil Hall were Mon-[, windy day thus far in the money, i d Dash" John Wal 220-yd Dasn" MiKe t oaa, tor me as mese nins were a ', Y. "i [ [ents, Mr. and Mrs. ~-~) - 25 1 I 1st Ipart ot my tamer'shn me- i Oelkerstt bunaay morning to !' us:' Ralph Ozmuni[ellB~f J;,m~. L:~] How ]itumeawodiu~nwnd ti!ir ~r~! [:oi] ,e O rs uy.obb os! , ! qn" Vance Tvrell 146 I 440-yd e y" g Denver to s end a few da s, ~ . . . P Y ~tr~ ~rmrke 146'2" I 80-yd. Relay: 2nd (Fred Before leaving the hills I]with her dau~,hter and fam-[ ~,~11 ~ L III1~ J'u-mo" Russell]Rose, Rodney Hancock, Lar- walked to the dugout site][iv, Mr and firs Don John-| J] mm [[ I ]] ][ i' 17'9" . -" ry Blew, Mike Dodd). and stood in the indenture [ son,- and" bo s.v " I II lk ~; ~ i on the hill that was former-I I I I 11 ! I /I "~ aley Kemy: tm wnson, i Grout, Bob Howtand, ]TRANSPORTATION TO ly the door of our sod dug-[ [ Clegg; 4"02 2 iFORT HAYS ROUND-UP out. It was a home of two[ Mr. and Mrs. Irl Snyder] USED SEWING MACHINE lie Rela~"Chuck Zadina, [FRIDAY, APRIL 29 rooms, the back one dug out [ spent from Saturday morn-] ~ii LanCe, Mike Rourke,of the hillside and the front[ing until Monday with Irl's[ / '422 ] The Jewell County Exten-room built of sod cut with[sister, Mrs. Edith Waite of[ " " --" It should-but don't "J' Is[on Council and ffoil Con- a breaking plow, and laid]Centralia. [ A I r let it fool you. il, HIGH GIRLS iservation District will spon- up by my father with a win- [ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Camp- ] 1 II1 TRACK MEET isor transportation to the an- aow on eacn ot the north/Dell O1: lopeKa spen~ the ~ i ~ s ~'~ I ~ ~i~liTtl CENTER |nual Spring Round-Up at the and south sides and the door[weekend with her parent,i [Fort Hays Experiment Sta- in the east end facing, as my[Mr, and Mrs. Harley Zim- i r YOU get four headlamps, not two. " Manka--~-o Ju " "o / " . ' .L ort with more torque, more cooling and mor H[ h tzon. A rll 29 mother so ferquently smd,[mer They also attended the[D ah]o.~ nnt] ~,fln~nlo~ .~f~-n|~rlaf ~.i~r r~.no'~ ~nft* Under the hood an in-line six engine Competing in their i In past years this has been "the, glory of the rising [ Alumni. on Saturday evening [matics and slant needles " ' ~ ~ ' lubricatien capacity than most eom- eet of the year, [an excellent source of infor- sun. As theflour of us,Mrs. [ at anaa,L. ] " petRive engines. And that 0MC ahoy. ~ted ~e Smith Center[marion that can readily be ~enry i.opnIr, .lvirs. ~geim] wir;.ana Mrs. mu ~enneoy] the bumper. The assurance that this h on man of the rieldt, my nusDano, t= v oi LIIIS, v, ansas were guests I Also s eelal tn a close meet by three lapp 'ed y' / P " s on the new Touch and Sew. pickup is built, sold and serviced by ' ~: Mankato 70,Smith |farms in our county, warren and I, stood on the[from ~riaay evening until l truck people. Suggest big money? ~ 67 The meet wa~[ We will plan to meet at highest point to look up and[Sunday morningall att in purl.the ale Will De neltl at me Iormer McDonald Actually you'll find the price much less S aith Center last [the Courthouse, on Friday, down the White Rock Val-[home. We ended [- than you'd think when ~,ou visit me. ~;-"~*~"-'-n /Anril 29 and the bus will Icy enjoying the beauty of]Alumni in Randall on Satur-] gurniture Store in Beloit, Thursday, Friday, and individual point win-]leave at 7:30 a.m. sharp. !t all, we agreed that any!day evening. Bill and Vachel aCurday cn!y. 1964 - Pontiac Station Wagon with pr & Cur Mankato and the/Anyone interested in attend- l mnsan nas to travm mr to lare corn graouates 1.o:= R .are as follows: |ing this Field Day and riding find beauty and peace, bet- [ andall. 1962 - P'ontiac 4 dr. |to Fort Hays with the group ter than the panorama that l Mr. and Mrs. Richard, i !!ei 2[:t eeY;ipeltoCi ; t ! nC; 1962-Chev. 4dr. i igash : athY oluadCe ,/ h ultdy c . ct,tJiml gtne:: ag irb ol q F mrb a. /Phone FR 8-3982, or Clyde q " y ' g r - .l|llllll l ,llllll lll)lll )' 'Yd. Dash: Sarah Rus-]Reed, Work Unit Conserva- valley and hills. : lina, Mrs. Mary Frances~' 1 ~ql~l I ~V I~1~ I 11[ 1961 - Chev dr. fst; Karen Louder, 2nd. |tionist, Phone FR 8-3961, by', Mr. and Mrs. Bruce: Boylan of Wichita and Joan ~' m ,Relay: 1st (Rus-|5:00 p.m. Thursday, April 28,: Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. Juniorl Sheahan of Belleville were Beloi Kansas 1961- Olds 4 dr. : r, Rourke, Black-|so we can plan the transpor-I Leece, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard', Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ' ' ~.r, |tation ~ Leece, Miss Janene Leece,: and Mrs. Leo Sheahan Mrs !~ 1959 - Olds Station Wagon ~'yd Relay: 1st (Kier,] I ia'ope we will have aI Miss Gloria Johansen and: Delores Smith of DenverI!11 II I II Ill[ II I] .~[ I. J; Rafferty, Hunt-/large group attend as- the': Mrs. Delia Heldt were Sun- called her parents, Mr. and [1/! ' 1957 - Old 4 dr. with power and air /program should be yery, day dinner guests of Mr. & Mrs. Leo Sheahan on Sun- 4 ,iT,r ) ~Ui~]IvlUi~ I U,ULION all Throw: Diane[helpful as well as interest- Mrs. Quentin Leece, Richard day and had 'a nice visit ' : t- 1st Rita Anderson,ling and Ricky with all of them. Kenny and 'ti,n( re will '- h-r -al- i. . 1963 - GMC Pickup ; " " " i Kimminan of Ne aska ue anot e s e Aney s Aueuon Sorry to near mat wr. Jm a tw . [ Jump" Diane Tom Myers, father of Donna were evening callers. Superior, Nebr. - FRIDAY, APRIL 22 SWING ON DOWN AND LOOK 3rd; Susan Kier, 4th. Marr is ill with a heavy cold Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, Starting at 6:30 p. m. ): Patricia Cady, and cough. Donna is taking Mr. and Mrs. Max Berry, Beck, 4th. Home Towner him to the doctor this p.m. Gordon, Wade and Joel were there will be several pieces of furniture, new THE NEW OLDS AND PONTIAC Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marr Sunday dinner guests in our rigidaire refrigeraLor, 3 piece bedoom suite, Monday morning, April and family spent Sunday home. :hairs, box springs and mattress - Also used - Quite cloudy with evening, at the home of Mr. Thursday, Mar. 24 wind last, week. Clouds and Mrs. Edwin Marr. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reece urniture including a Duncan Phyfe table, 4 Smies was and girls made a trip to hairs and buffet. the on Saturday, Dash: Laura Ross 4th. Jana Ruth ,4th. brought no moisture in 1st (Mur- altho rains were GMC TRUCKS.