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ii 1,' i 'i i THURSDAY, APRIL 21, T966 ewen e,onty I Ill I -"- i Ill I 'l I I I 2 I,I I ~ ,ll ! 'l,l~ -7, ,I -Trln[ ,I,I JlJl 1. .-.~ ~ 11~=7[E~[7 7'` F ~.?'.* . 7 f rl,l ! Ill I I I l! i iId~,~lrv III y,i, 7"7 Z7 i['7'2-7 I H, " ;;~ "1= ROLAND G. VAN DUSEN [To this union was born four!by his parents, three broth-I Mr: and Mrm Robert, a=aiv.ma y, =l j sdl mie, My. and Mrs. Gay-]eme~ent crabgrass. Rillel~]l[h, ogressl~lm Club Meets I sons, Arden Henry, who died! ers, and his son, Arden. [ Van Dusen, I the w~thaF~ d~atl~, l~y'S|: IO1~: Rbtll~hi|d, Mi and Mrs, t used in early spring, w~i|! ] Roland Glen Van Dusen,[at the age of 11 years, Del-] He leaves to mourn his]SP5 and Mrs. Carl Vanlfather, mad* his, .wit |E4oyd Sisson and Mr. and[keep crabgrass from appear-[ The l~g~smi~,e Chlb. m~ son of Hiram and Phoebe[marKeith, Robert Dean, and]passing his devoted wife,/ Dusen ~him approximately, /four}Mrs, Ed Montgomery wereling. DacthaL Z'ytron; lterti-lApvil 13 with Mrs. C~I~ Van Dusen was born at[Carl Edmund. ]Bessie, of the home; sons:/ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest lYea~. [ ,]dinner guests Monday even-Ilome, Pax and Bandane ar~lPowell witti lg member~ .~.~scC~o T(,~,va, m Maya. *~,'2/ Roland served in manvlKeith . Van Dusen, Denver, Metcalf [ Roy was an active ,~em.|ing of Mr and Mrs Claud[but a few of these recogni.-|present ar[~, ~.ts,Mrs, 189o.7; ite' de~)arted,~ thts hfe" /ea~oacities in his lifetime. HelColo Robert Van Dusen / Mrs Laura Stone. |ber of, the Odd] E~ll~@s/Snyder in honor of Duane's/ed chemicals. " /Lila ThotnpsOni' alltl ~i on Marcia 28, 1966, at the]worked for several years for]Superior, Nebr and Carl] and Farmhes ]Lodge as long as fit exk~ted bwthday. 4. Non-selective sterilent Frances Powell. Mrs. New, Veterans Administration[the Drinkern Plumbing Co. IVan Dusen, in the armed[ ~ l in Esbon; / / [ Mrs, Cleo Blanding of ]type weed killers that kill[lin and Mrs. Goldia POweR Hospital in Lincoln, Nebr |in Beloit Kans. He also]forces in Germanyi~odaugh-]LeROY ATLAS DUTTON I Survivors inclu~a b3s bro-[Formoso and. Mr. and Mrs./all vegetation on vthiah theYlwer remembered hy the:~r at the a~e ()t' 72 years, 10 [drove a truck for the Sand-[ters-in-la~: Ellen, P~,y and ----- [ther, Jatnes M~ .Ltut':'.ton and]Merton Means of "Jewell/are applied. These are to~ be ]mystery sisters, The ~e~s months ~ nd I5 d@s. ] ers Trucking Agency. Later[Suzanne; grandchildren, Rol- LeRoy Atlas Dutton, sonlwife, Grace, andb daughter, /were Sunday dinner guests !used in driveways on. tennis, boy was won by Doro~ : He received his schoolingI he moved his family to a/and Keith Van Dusen, Robin]of LeRoy and Sarah (Ship-ISharel Dutton. Carpenter, as]of Mr. and Mrs. MarshallI courts, and around fences or[ Parson~. The eonte~t, pr~ in Missotni and Kansas HeY farm west of Jewell Karts. [and Dennis Van Dusen, and] ley) Dutton, was born Jan. ]well as several ',[ieaes neph. [Bishop, Inthe afternoon they [ buildings~ Care must be ex, [ were won by Frances Po~eR move('( w !h lhe family to] nI 1945 he moved to a farm/Robert and Carla Van Dus-/ 10, 1885, south of Esbon in/ews and cousirJs. ]visited Mr, John Johnson at l ere[serf not to use these land My~na Thronsom ~ely, HarrisonviHo in 1900 Inorthwest of Burr Oak,[en; sisters: Mrs. Mattie Met-[Jewell County, Kansas. He] Memorial @ 'rvices werelthe rest home in Inavale,/ehemieals in the root area, lrefreshments were served, In l(i',i3 the' f,n'ilv moveciv Kans Ill health forced him [calf, Be.oit, Kans and Mrs./departed this earthly life]conducted:Al:/~il 16, 1:966, at[ Nebr. /or where drainage water will]by the hostess at the close T I to retire from the farm and |Laura Stone Longview /April 14 1966, at his home12:00 p.m. rb, e the Kramer [ Mr. and Mrs Paul Black-]carry to the root area of de,[of the afternoon. The next LU O O/l$l ~:lt UIL~IJ, III OETV - ] / ' l I * . ; ell C~mnty Kam;as [he moved to Mankato, Kans /Texas; brother: Frank Van|in Esbon at the age of 81 [Funeral H o'~m at Mankato, lstone were Sunday dinner[sirable trees and. shrubs, Do~meetSng will be Mayll with~ ~J ~ ', H]~i t~,~ ,ho ~or lin 1955 { DusenAliance, Nebr.; sev-I years 3 months and 4 days, lKans, by Lt.ev. DeWitt Mill,]guests of Mr and Mrs Arvidl not start any chemical treat-IRene Shoemaker. : e n 7 s know- ~or hi~ ~ eral nieces a d nephews and I where he had been a resi- ]er The ,ocalist was Earl I L, arsen of Courtland [ ment on your lawn until you [ --- Reporter v,~: '"~ ~.~'"'.~.'f '] )~";~l- ~u ~'N ~a~"t ~ ~ ~[a host of friends. Ident ever since he establish~[Siisby, W'ith Carol Kindler[ Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sten-lhave considered your la~n] UllU ~e[ ~ LR [,Vr~ *'~[~ -1~ Ill ]OVlClI III[/~/KA U 111 ~ ~,1 1IUYV I ~ . 11 ~l . / -- . [,[ . I [ -.~ ~.r ~ r~ .~-t~ ~,"' ~ ~ *.- ~,*~.eli-~. ,~ .~,~, ~ ~,~,~ always:, had a l runerm serwces were. hem ed ms own nome therem laccompa ,ist. . Interment was lzel went to WaKeeney on lneed, read' the labels on the[ Marl ~tO Club.W~ "~. a,a lobar %r ever-one He will[attheKramerFuneralH me/1918 Im the/ Esbon Cemetery, lSaturday to visit Daves[containers of the herbicides[ -------- t~esA~tTg]l~'t'5;lag0 he was[~)'e'greatlymissedbyallwho[in Mankato, Friday after-I, Born of a philanthropic]where fheremainswerelaidlmother, Mrs. Henry Stenzel,~approved for your la,~,nl Mrs Jack Morri~ en~2 ,;~a ~ ~,~ ~-; ~o-/. ,~oo;e/u ~;,-, [noon, April I. The Rev. Rose nature, he found great joy nto res.t beside his wife, Syl: [who is a patient in the hos-~need and rake your lawn to tained" the mem ber~ .~ ~: ; R'l~oe:a"Gee'ii~"i3%l(~it, ~Ka~s~] ~Ie wa~'preceded in death/ f the Mankato Methodist in doing kind deeds for hisivia, / Pallbearers were Bert ]pital. I remove all dry grass, leaves [ Marl Oeto Bridge ClUb - ", " ]Church was the officiating fellowmen. Roy, as he was!Hency, Wm Hoffhines, ROb-[ Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stenzel[and debris, ther home April 13; TI~, ,]minister. Vocal number was]known, was a mechanic bylert ~ BlaCk, rival' Sharp, land family of Omaha made i If vou elect to use a liouid [nrizes were won by Mva? [by Dennis Thomas, accom-ltrade. He and hm brother, lBr.~ace CorriCk and. Edgar[a short visit at the Da~e[herb(cide' take into consid-[Robert Simon, and~ Bob~ m~ ~ ~ ~,~r~c~ a~r,r,~T~ ~XTeTr~nlO~ ]panied by Mrs. Arden Clegg. [James, established them- ~N~oboril. [Stenzel home Sunday even- [eration the possibility of[Fraass The hostes~ ser--,~ ~[tr, r Ant.v~ v, it~ *'[u~u~ ~ou~ ~,~ JPallbearers were Henry Me-I selves in the garage business l ' Thus closes another pion-ling enroute home from Wa-|mechanical drift to desirable |refreshments .The ne~ ,~v,~,~.**,x~ ~vf, rvon~r~ ~,'A~T~A~ [Corkle, John Merrill, Levi]in Esbon in 1916. This part-tieer life, who wilt be sadlylKeeney where t:hey had been nlantsandchooseadavwith[meetinf, wiil7 be Atoll 27 ~L,~,l~$ll';~t {* [ lllllallk, UUIt~ llaXlozat~J ' I ~ . . ~ " . g . o -r ,[Murphy, Chfford Murpay, lHe]shtpwas dmsolved m m ssed by hm relahves and[t0 see morner. [httle or no wind. [w th. Mrs. Buek Ro ts. or" ,'an]zeu" n .tea," on,) ,/Orville Wilson and Ray P'p'-~. I 1932 and Roy continued tDd] friends. / MY. and Mrs, Bill Kimmin-[ ~ : : :-::4 lsons, Interment was in the loperatmn several years. ~1 ~ lau, MY. Ted K~mmmau and~ .:- ~ ; : " Fire and F i ,mqed Coverage on city dwellings[Jewel1 cemetery. [toH v'ivas Ul ted nama {m,&e [ CARD OF TtLM II ' [Mr: Elmer,Station and boys[ I ' I! L i,"1,::"L;!:-I :* / ~ I Y onl .--.--- " lauenaeu tne uneral or al - : ~ ~ ' : and farm buildine's ] CARD OF THANKS ]Dec. 18, 1918, at Es'/,on] Words cannotexoress;0uriCOusin, Mr. Herman Kim-[ FORMOSO GRADE SC L ATHLE : / " ~" [ ----- /Kans by Rev. George ~,ar-[~ratitude to those ~,ho hel~-[minau, at Spivey, Kans on [ i r~Xltmr~m " : ~ ,the . 50 deductible We wish to thank our'~ck at the Methodxst paxson o "' Thursday morning ~x~x~u~ ' itten without $ - " / " . " " -led in any wag during our["I ' i ' ' (=. ]neighbors ano Irienos wh(~ I age. They established,/their[recent bere ivement; for the, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kim- [ Sponsored by Fbrmoso P. T. A. ~~'~'1, e, ~; ~H,~ .oo.~--n-,v. a,inee Mav, 1,)o4. ./br ught in food and for the lbome in Esbon wnerqe~ Roy|beautiful floral offerin0s,[minau and family were Sun-! ~ ' Iflowers, and a special thank was to reside the reyxiainderlkind words of condol-nee [day dinner guests of Mr. and F R!DAY, APRIl, 29 - 6:30 P. IV], I~ lyou to Mrs. Goldie Thorpe of his life/ No children were/and special, thanks to Joe. Weingardt of Red[speaker. Mr James Anderson of 0Alrtl ,and me American Legion oorn [o this union. ,He was Cloud " " ~ : : Robert Black and Mm. Orvat . latanm Aaent [~umhary for thmr free din- preceded In deat~ by his]Sharp for the lovel~ lunch[ Mr. and Mrs Bill Km-lTlekets may be pulcha d frollq ,) ;Z~ I I~'lll IV /f ::~ Iner on Friday. It w, as all i wife on Sept. 30, ,1945, hia|served to all of us a~f~r thelm!nau called on Mr. andI children before A1)ril 25. Adults $I,0 .:Chil Ivery mucn appreeiate~. /mother on uec. 8, 1946, andlservices Also thanks tolMrs. George Ablin of Guide[ ~ ~o r,~,-, ' . " .7.:;i. i~ Pa. Mankato FR 8-3926 / Mrs. Besme Van Dusen I h]s father on Jan, 10, 1951',/those who assisted them, Rock on Sunday evening. [ e / Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Van jHis parents were~ privileged Mrs Max Ball Mrs Milton ~ I [] I~ ~ i I -~" I ~1 Dusen ]to celebrate their 63rd wed~ Rogers and iVlrs. "VernonFROM, THE OFFICE I =~ ~ m, -,~ Marietta, and our sincere OF THE COUNTY ~ " thanks and gratefulness to WEED SUPERVISOR those who sent food for this by Don Modlin service. We are deeply ----- grateful for every kindness WHAT CAN CHEMICALS "~[~h It shown. DO FOR LAWNS? :; Mr.Duttonand Mrs. James M. i "What cang, chemicals. .d I f0r my lawn. a questmn Mr. and' Mrsi Frank T. askeff by home owners and Carpenter and garden enthusiasts as the daughter, Kimberly growing season approaches. As 1 have bought a house uptown, I will sell the following at auction, located Vz mile southNieces~ Nephews, and i Witli modem weed killing of Formoso on rock road at east edge of town. Last house south on east side of road. ousins chemicals you can eradicate serious weed and annual E]LMER J' SMITH grass infestations. By corn- N~mll~l~ : ' ------ bining good cultural prac- ~ Elmer 3acks n, Smit son rices and routine chemical of Andrew Jackson Smith; itreatment you can produce a . iwas born at Romeo, Green 5eautiful lawn. There is no ~Count~ Tenm, on A~gust 6, secr~t~ formula as lawn l 1893, and' passed ,' away grasses are living organisms I This outstandlng'.nea hybrM h!s home in' Parks, Nebr, tlta~ need sunlight, moisture I sudangras$ by. up tO after a lingering illness, land nutrients, So, before you[ day" 0n its sweet; tendbr st ll STARTING AT 1 O'CLOCK ! [ ; His father passed awa i,fe titize, or. treat with chem- I TON (Total Elmer was 3 years o!d. |icals, emove all leaves,cut for ha ', : : ; i ,! ',His motlu ui:d>'Melbrfg" float has I! to Esbon, Ir~ansl, In, IO00qadcdmulated over the winter. |i where he grew up nea [ There are four general[ tePrl;d lw l Otego and Esbom kihds of, herbicides, or weed ! On Sept. 28}, 1913 lte a !killihg chemicals, on the united in ma iage to Rowel- market: IHC 7 ft. tractor mower, No. 25 2 Surge steel type milker buckets; Propane la May Blayl ck. To tltis : I. Selective ones that kill M & M 9 ft. tandem disc, new bearings gas brooder stove; Propane gas bottles; 500union tw r children were 'bmadleaved plant,s, such as ' born, Garold of Parks N it, .dkndelions and chickweed, John Deere 2 row tractor lister, "730" gal. gas tank; Oil barrel pump; 15 gal. oiland Ethel Maxi e; who died ;writl~out Rillfng the grass, 2 I. It. C. - 3-14 tractor plow, with hard drum with 5 gal. H. V. I new oil; Assort- in infancy, r D, 2 4 5-TP, or silvex surfaced layer ment of new creosote posts; 16 ft. auger The family movetlto Dun- ehemicals are in this list. County, Nebr in 1923; Z Selective grass killers Ca e - 15 ft. spring tooth, 5- 3ft. sections Mayrath with good gas motor, on wheels, living" and: farming the that kill certain annual gras- John Deeve 8-16 wheat drill, with pres 6 in; 1 set of 11-38 tractor chains, good; 1 Parks community the' re-ises, particularly crabgrass, set of 2 in. work harness; Several rolls of mainder of his life. He' suf- without killing most estab- wheels chieken fence; Chieken feeder and fered his first heart a~ lisHt~t turf grasses. Case 1 row corn picker in 1958, and in 1960 they 3. Preventive, or pre- I. H. C. 2-,'ow cultivator chicken waterer, 5 ft. on legs; New roll ofmoved to Parks. " rubberoid roofing; Nearly new large bench He leaves to, mourn, his -~ M61in'e 2-1(; tractor plow . departure ,his wife, Rosella; I. H. C. - '2 row corn disc, power lift vise; Bene grinder 2 stones, Hoover; son, Garold ana wife, Bele; I. H. C. - 2 row corn disc horse electric motor, good; horse electric four grand/children, Kathy, motor, good; 30 ft. endless belt; Rack loadMar]rile; Wilds and. Drug- 2 wheel trailer tools and miscellaneous; Hand press drill las, qf p afl,Nebr.; a "" ,:'Bi 'l :!:$mitYr 4 wheel trailer 2 speed" pile of brick; some barb wire-; family Ot 0 4 l~elJr.; :~: :II Several pries of used lumber ' woven wire; some galvanized pipe; Several sLster, Maggie Jackson of I. H. C. pull type combine steel chicken feeders; Several barrels, 50 Esbon; Kans.; two'sisters-.in law, Mrs. Mabel- Hubbard h, on Thee! wagon and 30 gal; and husband of' Ontario, 500 bushel steel granary " : Calif and Mrs, Pearl Me- ROPERT Angeles,Clure and hqsband of Los p Calif; nieces mad nephews and a. host : of 8 ac/'es of ]and with 6 acres of wheat plant- friends, anti,loving ed, purchaser to get of wheat, with pos- Studio couch, makes into bed, good, with He was a, . wheat is cut. Good 2 mattress; Buffet; Coffee table with glass husband, fath and gA nd-I session of land after father, and:a g d:and hetp-[ v bedroom house, bath room, kitchen; front top; End table; Kitchen table and 4 chairs,ful neighbor.' ' : room and dininK room have 2 dosed in "Chrome"; Some dishes and miscellaneous; porches ; new bathroom fixtures, bath room Wool rug, 13' wide, 15 ft. long, nearly new Personalize your family'p has tile on floor; house has all been insula- ttgmphoM erviee with colorful ted; has storm windows; has all new sewer Mrs, all Bishop phones in rooms system; has city water, natural gas; has a Mr. andMrs. 1 you livo a lot. Available good floor furnace. Property has 2 car gar- returned Monday from a hl beige, blue, pink turquoise ap.e with cement floor. All nearly new, 20 200 bales PriMe hay in barn - short vieit with their son, IIItld whit the Prince s telephone fL by 20 ft all lined. Has 20 by 28 ft. barn 50 bales wheat straw, in building- Mr. and: Mrm Eltoa Semke your good taste in . and family of PapiHlon, Neb. with cemm t floor in 1/ of it, nearly new, all and Mrs. Keitlt Semke, any decorating scheme. lined. Leffal description : Section 22, Twp. 3, Several Sacks of Sweet Clover Seed[ Connie and Mike, of Living takes a leisurely tur t Range blk. 6. Possession of house and vie- Jefferson, Iowa,ere Sun day dinner gusts, of the El- fto the bettor, too. No more ant lot wii:hin 30 days after sale. ANTIQUE COFFEE GRINDER ton Semkes. r mning through the house Mrs. Harl Vader to: make, or take calls. Be baby came Igorfaliy pr tical, Order your Terms of Sale: Real Estate is, 25% down day of sale. Balance due when elea dead ithe Beilevilfe Tues-.lovely, Princess phone from abstract are furnished, idhY'F Paul Blip.'time thett t pho e business office or ibro tt ' Surrey Nitt telephone serviceman. Terms of Personal Property Are Cash morning at tit Coy- =, al western Bell of MltH 14 temoon. Auctioneer: Murray "Licensed Real - Est e: ' Clerk: Na iemal