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Th-ORSDAY, I tAY 28 Micha and, Da d, Alaom aonvsrt, ad, and, ga e her Bonds that Mr. ~d for Z on and William Wesley, Ruth; .heart to Jesus and joined the chased in either Series i~g visitors of the Tayllar Co dee Dam, Wash, cord[a: Mrs, Wybern Berne, June 20, 1966. : also a number of nieces and Fairview Evangelical Church Series H Bonds. " ~e, Clarks. ~are visiting relatives and: king, Mrs. Don Hurd, Mrs. i -- nephews, and a host of and lived true to her church, limits permit annual' Mrs. Car ie Field was ,friends in the Courtland John Johnson, and Mrs. Nel-i County Treasurer Mrs. i friends, until it was disbanded, and, chases totaling $20,000~ Howard Bar- hostess to.th, Ch ~ebro Club area, were Wednesday even- i son Keeler. They had a sack Faye Anderson reminds tax ] He was preceded: in= death true to her God. She was a turity value, in Series: TOpeka and Miss iat her home Thursday after-I ing visitors of~ Mrs. EttaI lunch in the park. The cli- I payers that the last half of I by his father and mother, six quiet home loving woman Bonds and $30,000 in t~ ~s~'ne of Courtlandlnoon. Mrs. Connie Dunstan Young. max of the day was a tourI 1965 taxes will be due onI brothers, Lankford, William who loved her home, hus- value for the Series H Boy nday afternoon vis- I furnished the program. Thel Lawrence J. Emigh, age l of the Concordia Police and[ June 20. I (Buddie), John, Wiley, Otto band and friends She was Limits in both were [nero1 :of Mr. and Mrs. Earllafternoon was spent with l70, passed away at his home[ Fire Department, where theI ---- land Sammie and their wives, the last of her family to be ed by $10,000. leach member doing her ownlThursday evening, followingl firemen blew the siren andl Friday, May 20 at l:201except one sister-in-law, called home. Her father With the new 4.15%,ra ~and Mrs Dale Marble[hand work. Nice refresh-la fatal heart attack "Pete".[slid down the pole.[p. m. on the Main Street ofiMrs. Margaret Alcorn-Mc- passed away June 18, 1952. the revised purchase li~ ~l -l~ta spirant the week-[ments were served. MondaYJas he was known by all his[ On Thursday, May 19, the[Esbon, Patricia Watson,]Farland of Ionia. her mother in July 1924, her] creates a special oppor~ni ~iting his father, Tim|evening, the members enter-lfriends, had not been in the[Kindergarten class and their[driving a 1958 Ford, coil!d- Services were held at the brother Frank in February for institution investors /le:her moth,'r Mrs T:L [tamed their husbands witba ]best of health for several]m thers had a surprise birth-led w~th Thelma Lamb, dnv-[Kramer Funeral Home on 1945 and her brother Edward well as individual invest{ pa;'trick"ando~her pl~' ]dinner at the Mainliner in[years Survivors include his[day party for their teacher, ling a 1960 Buick. There[May 20, 1966, with burial inl in infancy. Her husband] to own a larger "Share Saturday ~h,~ r~,~]Belmt. [wife Vernie a daw, hter [Mrs. Beverly James. They]were no injuries. The es-[the Ioma Cemetery. Rev passed ayay June 18, 1852. America through Says 'to-'" ad HI- [ Mr and Mrs Marion Keel- [Mrs' Dewavne McGea of]presented her with a neck-|timated damage to the War-]David Trott officiated The I] She is survived by a num-[ Bonds -.n c:rann rs.i, ,a P ,aIer and" son, Mr" and Mrs ]Wichita" a --sister Mrs rYGor [acel and earrmgs.' The moth-]son car was $75.00 and to[pallbearers were Orlo" Van ber of cousins, nieces," Mr " Grout also report .'d Mr Patrick in the]Chas" Keeler and chddren of]don (Fern) Hill of Oklahoma]ers had prepared cup cakes]the Lamb car was $12a.00. |Wey, Ted Wright, Robert[ nephews, other relatives andI ~hat Federal employees w~ mi~.~ Hnsnlt~l ~.',- ~ * /Farmlngton, N. M were re-/Cit~,' and also three ,rand-/and kool-ade. [ ------ [Boyer, Cecil Hillman, Morris]friends Funeral servmes moving toward the goal I ~z~t i ~ ~tvzl~. r(1L- . . J, ~s, . " " remained in Grand [cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. [dauahters He was a member [ Jayne Bernekmg and Jerl [ Thursday, May 19 at 11:16 [Slmmelink and LesterCol- ]were held at Burr Oak] participation leadersl~ a no~r hpr h,~ [Roy Keeler. While here, the]of the Formoso AF & AM [~ames partm~pated in an m-[a. m. at the mtersectmn of]son. . Church of Nazarene Satur-[which President Johnson 1~ "who is a'crit'ic i[10'm nths- ld daughter of]Funeral services were held|f rmal piano recital at the[McRoberts and Webster[ [day, May 21. [asked them to assume. !fi;~: " " [the Chas. Keelers became[~onday afternoon at the[h me of their teacher, Mrs.]Streets in Mankato, Lyle [FRED H DIAMOND [ ~ [ . '5 ~cr/tically ill and is a patient/Formoso Communit-{Marvin Walker, at Mankato|Rafferty, driving a 1954 [ " - I Glen- Grout Jewclt,Coun- [ T~,~ ~ ~ C" W m,~ ~ ~4 ~ ~$n~lo~rras" o:rgl~lo~ ns~ ]in the St. Joseph's Hospital[Church. Graveside services] nSaturday, May 21 [Ford, col!ided ~hith a.pedes-[ Funeral servic--'--es were held[ty Savings Bonds Chairman,[Lut*h'e~ra'n C'hurch'Pa'rlor'~ ~ Charle, Ha,es ,~f [at Conc.or,azm [were conducted by the For- [ ?no r.ormoso Commumty[man, Kooe~ ~. ane,ineweu, ]last Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. ]announced thia week that [4ti~ with Mrs. Aletha Loom i ati's-ont from Wen-,~'~- [. Mrs. ~aie wiarme of Wren- I moso Masons at the BalchlLi rary is nolomg an sierra- lage a, wmnKam. ~ne ooy [at McDonald Funeral Homelsales o.f Series E and Series/as hostess. Mrs. ]rbie I~ ~'ti~"~ Sunda- vi~'t'lng [~ta and Mr. and Mrs. Howard]Cemetery [alopen house Saturday, May [suffered a broken leg and [for Fred Henry Diamond, 80 [H Savings Bonds totaled [son was the program lead! " -~ ~,E Patrick arove to Grand/ The Sth" Grade Commence .2S, from 2'00-6"00 All worklwas taken to tlae t~eneivne[years old, who passed awav/$213,217 in Jewell county/The next meetin~ will 1 ~d Mrs. Colvin Hayes ~" - i " " " " '7 ! " m'm~ Edwin and nm ] I, land on Sunday mornmglment was held on Tuesdavl s not completed but theylhosp~tal. !Monday. Rev. Robert Rings'~for the first four months of|June 1st with Mrs. box ~i~es" at- L'i'nc01n[ Ark" [~na vi~ted their rather, Mr. [evening at the school aud~-[ es[!eciany woui.a liKe. ior the[ ~ . [officiated with interment]1966 to give the county 59% [Kennedy and Mrs. Ant "r~:,m ~ ~' ~ ~[t:Imer ramcK, at the veter-[torium There were twolV~smng ammm to drop m. lumee or t.o. ~upt.: ]following in Ocean View[of the 1966 Savings Bonds/Thronson at the home ~;'~i ""~ Jan's Hospital. Jo~,~,~t,~ ~1~ ~,~hl,~]C ffee and cookies will be[ "Scientists have discover-[Cemetery J sales ouota [Mrs Thronson Mrs Franc ~'~"~i.~ r ~ r,^ :~[ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grimm[an~t~'~Jann" Dem'~se,"'~T"la'is~scrved. led an antiworld where time! Mr D~iamond was born[ Mr-Grout also reported~Weaverling wi'tl be'the lm of Lan le Was d M s Gerald runs backward and ever ,ad h~ro from Vt ~o,~ [ g y, h who have ]will be the last Eighth Grade]. " P Y- [ Oct 28, 1886 in Kansas, the [ that Kansas Series E and [gram leader ~ " James, Jeri and Jeff, attend thing as we know it is re les amounte to , c,t,~n ~ ~.~ ~ oeen wsmng relatives re[Commencement in Formoso[ " -[1 - [son of Mr and Mrs Henry[Series H sa d [ ~uests~'tl~i~' weeka;~[ eastern Kansas for the pastldue to the unification of led the wedding of Carol[versed. We've been calling itIDiamond. " He attended[S5,569,891 for April with an [ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eilers, " two weeks >Imm and uougias Warren Monda morning Chang 725 r Mrs lena Wr ~m~,f her bratb~r Mr [,spent from Tues-[schools [T [I y -- " -]schools in Kansas. He was]increase of $ ,825 eve ]Mr. and . G . ig,] ~a,'~ L ~o r~ .~ day until Thursday at the[ ~.~ ,~ v a | bupenor, Sunday, May 22.[ing T~mes, l~he K~phnger[married to Anna Wollett of]April sales for 1965. [were Saturday evenmg dil ~,~'~' als "'vi~:+~.~'~'~[ home of his brother, Mr~ and [n ,~'~'~',2u'~ ~ ' *~"~'~ ~ [ ~ [Magazine. [ Mankato, Kansas in 1905 [ The first four months of [ner guests of Mr and M~ vyil ~ ~IL 11~1 DI~- . D~II~VIII~, lVlf5, r~I~'yLUII Ath n " " Mrs Wal er l e a Jumor Womens Club Visitors and business call ea,~ Har,'- Ho-o,~- ~- [- t Gr ms. On [r~, ~.~ ~,~ t:, ~,~ [ [ . - [ He is survived by his wife, [ 1966 have produced total [Edgar Wright and Kelh ~ .~ " *'--" " *'~*'~, *'*'~ ~"'~'*"~ ~'- rs in u ffice theast i~- ""~ o'her rel~q-^~Thursday morning they left]~ [ -- [e o r o P [Anna, at the home at 805 E [statewide sales of $21,244,- [the Buffalo Roam St~ i~k~tO [for Newcastle, Wyo to visiting.co . t~," to ~J.~t~no~ [. A pot .luck supper was]week were: Virgil Wiebe, [hth St Port Angeles Other [587 comparea to $21,121,569 [House, This was in honor ( r~-'~L aura~ork,f-~ lanother brother, Mr. and[~'~ ,~, ~,*~'~-[neio at the home of Mrs.[EsbonGradeVrin.;LeeShir-[survivors include four sons: [at the same time in 1965. [the wedding anniversaril ~v'~- w'~"~(h'k."~,~':,;:~, [ Mrs. Elmer Grimm. I~*L~' ,"a".J"~"e' ~"~,~ "."~'",~: [~e.rald James on May 13. [tey, Prin. Webber School; [ Buren of Alaska; Richard of [ Mr. Grout called attention [of the two couples which:ot ~, ~--r-v ~ms was me last meetin of Clarence Black, Mankato; =,! t few dav.~ la.qt w~ok at[ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Studer[~'~a < ; ~ ;,o[ g [( [Idaho, Oren of Cahfornla,]to new regulatiom, which cur in May, as well as tl~ - ~, me cmo year for me Athena Mrs Josie Thom son, Ran r ised th l 1 S nnl; rsar :*'""e of M-s B /and daughters were Fndayl~" [t P -[and Gaff, with the Navy in[ a e im't of Saving [own,Maya " e y ,~,t ," . ettnn[ . . ~ home in ~upenor anu t~uneu Ju io ~ ' " " evenm uests of his ar n rs There was one guest dall, Aaron Murray, Man I %gray Rev~l ~lndghMtrsI[ ents, ~V~r. gnd Mrs. Ray StPt~d- [ nf:jen::d Mrs Earl Staf ]preseg:, peM[sSacCliff~d H~i[~ato; ~m Olson, Prin. Mont-/Mas~iicht~l~ie:t:' Frae:agghl~:rri [ ,+~ Of Valle- Center,/er, tor a nsn try. 1. + ". ~ + " 7] +, . [rose ~mm.; wirs. ueane [of Port Angeles and six| "; ~ ; imra. Jr ano ramuy or ~cott/can was answerea oy giving|Fogo, Mankato; Mrs Floyo l~randchildren and six ~reat,- - ~ ," ~a~lerres Tnursaay a,ter-[dis~rtse~eO~aed~es~ygfrom[t~h:pentof~e n~kendr:t.|~heu ~tciee of the .food[Barrett, Randall: Ed McCar-l~randchildren" [ /~/./~(~:O/q.l~f-(~b~j~l - . " ~ t" B "" viii ',l g t Ior supper uevo- Ithy and Alvin Fall, Mankato" [ He worked as a watchman,/////. ] '~/ff'//~. 3z'5.~ L ~ I - ~y fCJamrkMo:::~rVf~t [~e b~mnmco~eap$:p~ga~t~a[M!nnie Stafford, and otherltions were given, by Mrs. lGaii Badger, Mankato; Pete]for Rayonier, Inc. until he[ ~]/~//~/p@'y,~ [ 1MI-IAT.- . ~:-' ^ -- : [h,~,~= /remuves. user guests mr/Lugene uunstan, tvirs, r'/ I I',iATION 1BY IT~ , m[a v~,t w~tn t!~s / "~'~" ~ ~ ~.~ ~ t: n [ Sunday dinner were Mr. and/aid Payne gave the GFWC [Comman ler, Belleville. led in Kansas" he lived on i~k"~.'~ ~ ~b~. i ~-7~-~7"~t~,;~:~'~ let, l~rs.brace tayae./ u ~ ~. ~,~ -~t,~,/Mrs Howard Field Ir Mr /NTmx~e In~t~ll.qtinn ~orwic'~e[ ] ' -- t *.'/>gA~ ~I~'.~'//~ '*Jl~ I ~ v~ a,~*-,~c~m~. andMrs L L Hobson/Of Jamestown were Friday/' ,', = 7 a - '. L" ' 'I;"".~" %': I ~ lOiS tamers farm. ~e was al / t~C-~A~ll .-~t~ ~k~ [ BEC.AMg P,d/~r . ,ms wtrs. you uoxoil, w~rs. ~[or me new oHlcers were FLRR O AL~OKN :aiadia were Sunda af- afternoon visitors of Mr. and l . . . lover of sports. He won ~ - Y [~ P~ t: ~ u ~,~ c,- : Walter Hocker and Cynthm I held. Offmers installed for ]~ -- [m ~ou ,~. ~ [~X~~-'L~]"- ,--OF -7"/4E ~ ~m~!t~ 2: Raldo Hale[~airick~''an~lU'~l~r~'."~Iowar~ i~,ftal~rr~ oS?'/~ndnM:" Milford]the commg year w ere:.Mrs.].Perry O!iver Alcornflass7 ]ka"t'o~ a~"'a ~itcl~er"on"t'l~'e]'-'~-(-~[~'~) - i ~/T.~ ,~ ~dall and their dauoh-[Patrickwere also coffee g . !~ugene uunstan, eresiaent;lefl away wm.y lj, l m~p, at]team. He played his violin] ~k~ ~/~',~'~x -= [ ~*"~*'=~ }~ ~": ~' l +~ Mr and Mrs Joe Traut- I Mrs. tJeraio James, vice- [3:15 p.m. in the bmith Cent- for dances all over J~wMI I ~kx,~ ~///t 1 ~ ,~ "~ .- ' ~:,~y~an bm m (Rum Prem n - ~-" , ^ a,o [ Mr and Mrs Llnvd Falk were of Hyann,s Port, N.a I de t, Mrs. Norman[er Hospital, Sm,th Center,[Countv He leaves cousins[ [ Igr, a~:ol0!~*'were'"stuone'r[of aewell were'Fri~ta~ even- Mr. and Mrs. Frank DuggerlDahl, Se~-Treas.; Mrs. Jack[Kans after an illness ofland old friend~ and neigh-[ <='-~.~'BN~/gI'{~'~"~ ~ll -~ ~2 ,ZZJZ" ~ v v /in, visitor~ of Mr ~-,~ Mr~ of Tucson, Ariz Dr. and [ rilgoee, Keporter ana rim- I four weeks, at the age of 84 [ bors who were sorr- to hear I -- I.~ -- ~ll[lll'J~ ~ ~ =a~ ~t ~r ~s weanes~ay evening ~, ~ --- ~ ': " [Howara Patric'- Mrs Emery Gertson of At-[tonan. Four members of the]years and 21 days. [of his death [ ~'W--]Y (~'/~'~"-- -- eli ~ " [ Mrs Dean Dewey enter- wood, Mrs. Emma Joerg,[club have enrolled in E.S.O [" The youngest son of James] ~ [ ~ ~-~--~"l~(b~~, ,~.-v--/~:~----~-- .~.:, - ]+~ ~a'.~ ~ u u~ ~ t. Mrs Margaret Gertson, MisslEpsilon Sigma Omicron,[and Georgann Hughes Al-[oh~, n ~ -" ~l~ .~2eph,s ~II~spita~[at her home Thursday after-Florence Nelson and. Mr.]r~tdlingc~urses-,These are]corn, he was bornMarch 27:] -a ~ [ : ' tJlenwooa tJertson maae up, me unlver-[l~S2, near ionia, r.ans, ana} ~ncordm, .sufferm.g from ]n oon~ neofegumr Dusjn s a dinner part~" Sunday at the I sity of Kansas. The General]lived in the Ionia vicinity all[ Abigail. aonnson was the ] .-. ' ~:t~:OK.en rms recmvea in/t~eOkresid,enOt ~ars~Lr~'-~,r,~ Buffalo Roam Steak House I Federation of Womens Clubs ] his life He secured his ! only aaughter or ~narles and [ AL;~U IX. N UW 'l'li]E~ ~'I'ATE~ J~2k.~I|AL'NI.~I~" ~aLn~s nose ~uesaa~ [fiav~dson Mrs: ~iar~u~erite in Mankato. The Trautweins,[recognizes the women who]schooling at Ionia and fin-[.~nza .A.J.onnson. Sne was] BANK ]Dunstan nlanne(] and carried buggers and Dr. Gertsons all]Continue their education in[[shed his education at the] orn in L nn oumy, iowaI . ' nni ' ppleby of [out the program, Invited have their permanentt house [thlSrnemdann.er. Club was ad-[Kansas Wesleyan College, ] ;aer trudatYis iif e a" .l 6[When you request a loan, we give it prompt eol ;~:~,~.~,~a h ~ ~ ~ /guests were Mrs Carl Flor- trailers in a trailer park inlJ o" . ea oy repeating me]Salina, Kans. I Y. ' . ]o;a +~ ~ ~ : ] n ~ ~ "~ 1 ~ ~,:7~ ".'2:" .':"" ~' '~."/,ql Mr~ Minni,~ ~*,efnrd ~n,4 Tucson, where they spend]JUnior Pledge. ] He was married to .Leta[ at lviorgarl l~est florae m i~*u~*,~,o-. ,~ep,~.ym~n~ ~ p~anneu ~u ~u,t~ .~ w~u ~'::~ ' Jvlastmgs L.OJ- '- tnavale INeDraSKa " r [Mrs Ethel Clarl~l~lid*~a'-ffla~th~wmters,I ~ }Florence Merrell on Jan. 28,],- [be most eonventent for ~t ~e th0mmencement/ s " " " ' ' When ' ' ~ held Sunda-after lwas presented to the host- Mrs. Isis Bowles enter-[ ll'~,lirlnl, ~r~rl,a~, ]1903. She preceded him in[ . L but a small child,] 'a"~he Perkins ~ibra~ lees Delicious refreshments tained the Tuesday Ten Club [ J~a~I~LL t, 11 I death June 22, 1949. [ sne!. wlm her parents and] '~" .~'tl" uo 'tt13/W~" "" ~- ' "~ l'~ere served Tuesday afternoon at her l I Most of his time was en-,~romer rrarm, came west &l t~O~L ~ t J. ul~t ~grS~r~f.~!ii/~prM!2~:dMra~:rChtaerlhe Fnmlryr?! p me ntg: S.sv2m lr umWe [f0URTHOUSE [!~!ereaa~2ie~:e r~sh~o~pt~ i]~we~ed~~cgt~iu~t~![ ~'~ ~ ' " -"" ='" [Esbon " ing contests" were enlo,ed IN IL'Wd ; l grocery store in Ionia. He11897 she was married to l ~l~llllllllliHIRH ~". a~ oI ~ene ~m~ne, ] Mr "and Mrs Glen Dewev and the hostess oacka~e was[ [~llt~ VII I~. [has been retired for a num- Gilbert W. Brush. They lived [ I~ |jl~,~ ~til][I]]l]]]]l]l]]]~l~ -,1 1 ber of ears and due to oor m Republic County two or ~ a ~ u l-we e dinner ~uests Sundav x~onbyMrs LauraKngsey.[ ~- [ Y,P I / t'.lv~,uau~-- ~llllll]]llilUlfll ~" lebv of Formoso ]of Mr and Mrs. Curbs Ter- "lhe hostess served a race[JUDICIAL ]health, had spent the last[threeyears then movedto[ l llA n llll g .mot ,~ r o " ,~/rill and children of Burr Oak lunch I Ch-~ P ~,vq~ ~;o~.~. a i year wire nis son ana aaugn- ;Jeweu ~ounty wnlcn has I -" i-~ ~ ~ i I~iEi~E~l ;n, t - g' Ella Patt s~u,' I 7, / American Le-ion, James st i Iters famflms. ,been her home w~th the ex-I ~l~ ~llllil~ " entertamed me[ Mr. ano Mrs. r oss mgoee ~ op s gn, ilneG ~IilU.OO ana I ~+ ~, ,~rh, ,o~ h~ ,e, i cent[on of six wnr~ ~nont in [ ' ~ :Circle Club at her land Mrs. Martha Huber vis-! lviarr rest r~o. lea, wm nora court costs.I "'% 2"':. "~ :?" :'=.~ ",~ " " ~" ! afternoon, [ited at the Dale Ross home Memorial .Serv)ces on Me.n-] Maurice R. Harper, no re-Imemo ,or ne oun a ]P n th aw nt er "f I -, [ " / [ ! revwal meet'ng sl e- ] t r Geor m Dodson of d for the Annual ] Amy Cordel, failure to re ~ LIe A e t by the hostess. M s. g" " " " - i ~ Am ' was admitted Liberty, Me is spending her Alumni Meetm.g and Ban- duce speed to avoid an ac- and. Mrs. Wayne Hav ce m la --- m, ~ JL m ~. ,~ the St. Joseph's [two weeks vacation with her quet onSaturday evening,[cident. Fined $10.00 and t~:~e.) O~ olO:u~raviv~:$~.vtwo mw[][]n[][]r ~l -iin: Concordia for[mother, Mrs. Etta Young, Mayz ouowmg me .even-[costs. s r, [U UlI,H il i I!1 1 [] Ii atment and other relatwes Mrs mg meal, Open house wm oe I Alvin C Small, failure to ~' s ~ ~,: : ~ ~ ~ ~--' ~t~e ~. " " ;" " Seattle, Wash, and James? II Ii l llllVlli : ~rs: David Dem,[~odson has a fine position heldm order that e.veryone]y]eldfightway. Fined $10.00 i,~ ~ D, +~ ,-,~ Bro nwo~a. . . ', '~ ~:: (,' ' ~ ~L~ : ; ?Bu~ Oak and Mr. lwith the First National Bank may,come ana V!Slt oia[and costs, t am retiring and leawng the state. So will: sell nmst of my househol ): tra~ :Taylor Clark visit-Iof Kansas City, Mo. menas. " . . I Roy E. Brandon, failure to ~.e~a~ u-~Ia~]ce'"of-~'oni'a' - ~.v u oP g~tt;il~, .Tnm~ at the / Mr and Mrs Arno Mes- The Dunstan reiatiVeSu ] I yield right way Fined $10 00 l~ans" ," o one great" grand' goods at E. U. B. Parsonage, Esbon, Kansas at 1 :00 p. m. on :. ~l in Concordia on [senger of Scott City, were gathered at.the school a d.-]and costs. . :' - iy~temoon. The Dem-|recent callers at the home taO~Us~e~U~[~:/erMttoY:e~, w~hi Keith M. Garman, speed- aana~lgt~Te2gP:~a graYd~Um: 1 Dunstan celebra~ his]ing" Fined $30.00 and costs. ~ m I I ~ ~ ~A ! 1 w~l Patrick L. Peteete, in- -- - I~ I ~1, I1 111 i m ~ ]1 V L ~[ --- 94th birthday. Those present adequate lights. Fined $10.00l~gm~m~~ ~,I~l| ~ ~ Dr ~ I~IP~ IP~ . were" the honored guest, Mr and costs ~,~,m ". I :~'~,~, ~'~ ~I~~O ]] V~'~ " ,~V /Vml~ .|||~,'!'~ Will" Dunstan, Mrs. Elsie " ----- I ~I' I p' n ~VV ! ~~.~]~ j[ ,vwf~l, ~w,~,Shedden, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph BONDS ~ ~~ [ ~ ii ~1 ~ ] Dunstan and family, Mr. and John S. Calkins, speeding. I A% A I~A~ ! . i ~~i ~ ~1~ U~m: % Mrs. Eugene Dunstan and Forfeited $10.00 bond and [ r ~~ [ ~~111~ ~ umjJYanM nandMMsrS. Lee S costs. - . ] Electric Sewing Machine (like I silverware (new); Other silver-- ! ~ James u. Lioooman, I ~ kk .'~ I&~ ,g ',--~,-- ~ . I L~~~lm~lt I Hurd, all of Formoso; Mr. speeding. Forfeited $10.00 ] ~=~~ ~ new); J~ngma]re Refrigerator I w,r.~. D o. a ~ ~:1 illlll~rl~llll~Vltll~/ and Mrs Lloyd Dennis of bond and costs 1 ~t~ I llll I / 1 ].z m I ,~ ~ *v~ ~nu p ~ ~w,~ " I L,~ } / - ~ I 1 Lgooa con(albiOn) ; TWln OP I . Mey rnsFla Fo ffe eedC ;H. yle x p edmn I 1 doubledecker beds (like new}; I d shes; Rugs; Medmm raze ~~~ Mrs Lloyd Hanson and fam- costs I / / M"~ -u I ~tOV ~~~,~ll~i!~ il" of Mankato Mrs Ethel """ I J/--~- I wamur bedroom set (100: years I e; Washing mcahine; Toast- / Yunstan and Mrs. spe lVneg FoVr feitedrm$ ?0e.[} [ [ old); Vacuum cleaner (almost I er; Waffle iron (electric) ; lawn ~~ Edwin Dunstan and family bond anci costs. " ' 1 new); 2 dressers; Sectional I chairs; power mower; Portable of Jew ell; Mr. and M.rs. Frank L Paterson, . .: when .their radio bookcase; combination desk and I cooler; Luggage carrier; Stel~ rioya utms~an an{, unve speeaing, torte[tea $1000 conKeo out. t~ut now mey L~ ' I LaJ .r ,1 ~ , June of Russell; Mr. and fine and costs. " are just old homebodies, u oo~, case ; ou~re~;; nDrary ~ame; ! t uuer; ~seu mcycte; ~le(1; l~Oll-- :~il Mrs. Dewayne Lindberg, Mr. Duane L Jensen~ count thanks to Dick's radio Dining table and chairs; 2 Plat- I away bed; Lounge; Old baby, TEASED about excess weight and and Mrs. Paui FreemanRand one, failure to diE l!ghts, repair service. Let us put form rockers; Rocking chair;-| bed; Stool with folding step; . ramify ana Mr. t~naries re s- count 2, speeoing, tmrteited new li~e in your raaio. Electric 1 ~o,~ m^~. - - I Hair drier xra, .+ a, ~i/~k.~,~;,~.| ~ 1I/'. h 1;.1-.1 M,a,~; "a. sell of Courtland. $10 00 bond and costs on Call Dick's T V and Ra- .~ = .~,~ ~'.u, I ~ ~ o,-, ,= . . " " set" C " " hum " The Kmdergarten class, each count, dlO for fast service at,hame lounge; Cabmet, of,erous other thmgs. " te~i:a': m~r nro~o*qh,~ Kirk Berneking, Pammy Velma F. Welbourne, im- reasonable prices. I : :,~ .r r Harper, Gary Heinen, Mich- proper passing. Forfeited I! ael Higbee, Roxan Hurd, $I0 00 bond and costs. Bradley Johnson, Julie Keel- Michael A. Maville, l t,' er, Tommy Page, John Smith, speeding, forfeited $10.00 I@ uwner Ginny Stafford and Brenda fine and costs. , SAS Studer, their teacher, Mrs. Donald W. Schrock, James, and Mrs. Jack Higbee speeding, forfeited $10.00 arded the Santa Fe train fine and costs. Courtlandi on TuesdaF, ---- to Corn first ) All things must be settled for before removing. [n eharge of Leren Silsby and the tate Rank of Eshon mas :ili'