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April 27, 1967     Jewell County Record
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te story, modern 2-bed- ~ house in Montrose. Im- ate possession• 2-bedroom house or would rent. modern house, to business section, one of Mankato's best sites adjoining. Pur- will get stovi~, deep and washer. Posses- Republic 160 with 93 acres and under irrigation. lace possession of Jr- land and share of wheat. One-story, 3-bedroom mo- dern bouse, close to business section. - Attractive price. Possession. Modern 4-bedroom house close to business section• Terms. Unimproved 160 in Ionia rownship. Cash or liberal terms. Unimproved 160 in Lime- stone Township. Immediate possession of 60 acres of pasture and land not planted to wheat. The Morgenson 5-room, one-story, modern house at 320 North Lincoln• Paving tax paid. Possessfon. IIII We will conduct your farm sales at auction, your real estate sales at private treaty or the aue- tion way. Call us collect for dates and rates. ~ee our iistinp of homes, properties and land OST AGRI-SERVICE CO. BURR OAK, KANSAS Arden Ost Phone JU 7-4342 ALL BRANDS & ALL TYPES MANKATO, KANSAS 1 ltf and the Spring Tour which are to be in May. Mrs. Verda Alcorn was sur- prised with a card shower on i er birthday, April 17. She has been at Carpenter Manor in Smith Center the past few months. She has been unable to remain re'her home but great ly appreciates your visits and letters and cards• Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bartley at Red Cloud. Ralph Railsback, brother of Walter and Joe Railsback pass- Mrs. Larry Ahlvers and daugh- ters were Sunday dinner gues~ of Mr. and Mrs. John Ahlvera. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Diotz and boys of Clay Center spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Rolla Dietz home. In the afternoon they visited relative~ at Guide Rock. Our area received a thunder, shower early Sunday morning followed by colder tempera, tures and snow later in the day. A very hard freeze Sun. day night. How much damage to alfalfa, wheat and gardens will show later. j ] /