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~WEI~ COUNTY RECORD Page 6 2 Randafl Ruth Easter, Mrs. Addla An- derson, Mrs. Midge Flinn and Man Hannah Hansen enjoyed supper at the Buffalo Roam Thursday evening eelel~rating Miss Hannah's birthday. Mrs. Earl Johnson was hoste'ss to the Pleasant Prair- ie Ladies Aid Wednesday af- ternoon with nine members present to spend the after- noon quilting and visiting. Pearl Scanland will entertain the club at her home in Jamestown, July 29. Rex Flinn sprained his ankle during the "baseball game Wednesday evenmg. Harry White is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Ken West of Monrovia, Calif. are house guests this week at the Leon Laymen home. Mrs. Earl Johnson and Mable Woolsey were recent callers of Mrs. Emma McEI- roy. Richard Hockett, Wichita spent last Wednesday night ~t the Glee Hockett home. Mr. and Mrs. Mallard Moore of Leavenworth were house guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Max Burger. Mrs. Esther Flinn accom. panied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronewoller and Francis to Wichita Tuesday where they attended the graduation of Nancy Nelson from Wesley School of Nursing. Mrs. Wm. Argonbright of Mess, Ariz., and Mrs. Sadie Roush of Jewell and Mrs. E~ thor Flinn called on their ~ister, Mrs. Merle Gray at Simpson Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Ml~. Robert Heel, ~heila and Jon~aul went to Lawrence and visited Mr. & Mrs. John Barry and family nn Wednesday and Thursday. L. B. Hoe] was chore "boy while they were gone. Mrs. I~rths EIII~ Mr. and Mrs. Lilburn Mc- Daniel brouzht two young boys back co Kansas this pasl. week to celebrate Old Sett- ler.s. The Mc~sniels are ~pending the summer at a lake resort in Minnesota. Mrs. Inez Richardson spent ~,he past weekend at the Raymond Beeler home. Mrs. Richardson is a teacher in the Topeka school system. David is a senioL" at Kansas State. $ $ $ l~s. Wm. Spiegel Mrs. Wm. Spiegel had the misfortune to fall and break her hip Tuesday evening and wu taken to St. Joseph's hospital in Concordia. She passed away on Thursday morning due to a heart af- t,ok. Funeral services were h~Id from the local Methodist church Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment was in tke Wallace cemetery. We extend our sincere sympathy to the bereaved family. 4P Mrs. Don Fowler called on Mrs. Emma McElroy, Lilly Smith and Wm. Behrends during the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Dud- hey left for their home in T~eka after helping wi~h the harvest and plowing at tka Neff Durham home. ~unday evening visitor,~ of Mr. and Mrs. Nell Dub'ham were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dawdy and Leland Fedde of Mountain Home, Ida. Mrs. Emil Rohla and Ja- nette of Superior spent last weekend as guests at the Glee Hockett home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hogue Mrs. Ruth Bigham, Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs F_hmer ....... I aim II I USED FIRST PICK YOUR CARS DEALF.~..~. THEN PICK YOUR USED CAR. OUR FINANCE PLAN IS TAILORED TO MEET YOUR FARM INCOME. BY THE MONTH ~ BY THE YEAR IF YOU ARE THINKING OF A NEW CAR, COME SEE OUR b'TOCK. ONE OF THE BEST SELECTIONS IN NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS. InN PONTIAC 4-DOOR CAT- AIANA, Power steeHn~, power M'skes, i/it wheel. Factory war- ~ w~c~ L~z SABRE ~- , ~ Air C~d. Low MB~e. see ~Ms one f~" a b~ BUICK WILDCAT ~DR. ~ppud. Only I~,000 See this me. INS PONTIAC EXECUTIVE SEDAN. Power stoe~ l~we~ brakN, factory air, ~s oat. ~ds ear is extre I~ ~C CATALINA 4- DOOR S~DAN. Power msee~__~ & F~t~r Air co~.. m~v AN. Power steerln~, pewer l~ PONTIAC CATALINA 4- SEDAN. Power steering, Factory air. Only LE SA.B~Z~ Z- ~RIFroP. Power & Fakery Air eoudL~ SUICK ~ILDCAT 4- ~DAN. Power steering. Air Cend. One Local Very Nice. PONTIAC EXECIYrIvE HARD TOP. Power pa~er brakes, factory trim. 1966 CI~V~OL]~ ~MPALA 4-DOOR SEDAN. Power Steer- ing & Factory Air. One Local Owner. Extra Clean. A Good Solid Car. 1966 BUICK WIIJ~AT 4-DR. SEDAN. Power steering, pow- er brakes, factory air. 1965 BUICK W~2DCAT 4- Door SEDAN. Power 8~d~, Power Brakes, Fsotory Air i~! i, air. Vmyl trim. 1~ PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 4-DOOR HARD TOP. Poweir steering and air. 1964 DUICK SKYLARK 4 DOOR SEDAN. Power Steering & Air. Only ~.000 Miles. Extra Clean. 1964 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF. 4.DOOR SEDAN. Steerh~ and Air. A good Older Car. 1964 CHE~I~T 4-~ SEDAN. V-8. &UTOMATIC. PONTIAC GRIAND PRIX [ ~-DOOR HARDTOP. Power Steering & Factory Air Coati. I. lm R CK -m)OR H RD TOP WILDCAT. Power steer, S adair. 19~ PONTIAC BONNEV/~E 4-DOOR ~. Power Steering & Factory .Air. 1~63 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN 6, Stick Shift. 19~ OLDS 4-DOOR SEOAN. Runs Good. Clean. 1~ PONTIAC CAT~A 4- DOOR SEDAN. 1961 CHEVROLET 4.DOOR ~. Stick. Extra Nkm. 0 TRUCKS AND PICKUPS TON. cmzwoL T Z TON ed. Oats mu.. [r vCK m, z z il for a big savm~ , al ..L .... T 6 ~--'=;- ~ I ~ xle. 8.~ //ms. L I~ ~UIJL,J~ "~r, I ~ I, ed. i 1116"/ CHEVROLET. V-8, suM- .Ton, V.lUmae. LWa. muu . e power Steer~. I ~ to go. ' I Read sharp. , Hogue were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Smith in G~aseo. Mr. and Mr~ Guy Eobbins and IAnda Clansman called st the Lyle Flinn home Sat- urday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Layton c~me Friday evening for a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layton and Mr. & Mrs. Dave Matter. Mrs. Georgia Magee had the following visitors dmqng the past week: Mrs. Robert Cooper, Teresa and Bobby & Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Klepping- eer, Edwin and-Joyee. Mr. and Mrs. AS Prest of Wilson Creek, Ores., have moved into her father's house at the west edge of Randall. Munroe Golf, Don and Cora, Leichville, Ark., spent last week visiting at the homes of L. A. Goff and Leonard Goff, sr., Jewell. Misses Grace and Mary P-ehrends of Concordia spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. F:mma McElroy. And Mrs. Lenore Smith of Mankato spent Sunday afternoon with her. Bob Shelton and Jeff Shelton ate Sund~y dinner with Mrs. Ruby Elniff. "Mr. and Mrs. Alan McMil- Inn and family spent, the weekend in Dodge City ~t ~he Jack Ayers home. They ~eturned home by way o~ Wichita and left Debra to attend twirlers camp. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clawson took Carla to Wichita on Mon- day. They remained over- night and brought the girls home Tuesday night. ,Miss Lands Clansman of Salt Lake City, Utah, stopped to visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robbins, on her way to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Clansman. Mrs. Violet Peery, Con~ cordia, ~pent Sunday with Mrs Ads Peery. Mrs. Ads Peery returned home with Violet for a few days visit. Twelve members of the "Merry Widows" club met '~'. tL'e home of Mrs. Lilly Smith for a pot-luck dinner Sunday. Emma Kibbe joined them in the afternoon. Mrs. Edna Weindel, Mrs. Jewell Copas, J erry and J~mmy, spent the weekend with Mrs. Bill McElroy and Diane. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hanson ~nd Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hun .~en treated Hannah Hansen to a fish dinner at the Main. liner, Beloit, on her birthday, Frid'ay. They spent the eve~ ~,mg at her home. On Thurs- day evening Mrs. Ruth Big- ham, Ruth Easter, Addle An- derson & Midge Flinn treat- ed her to a chicken dinner at the Buffalo Roam, Mankato. She also received a birthday telephone call from her niece Darlene Fike, Portland, Ores. Crawford, Mrs. Lois Stinson, Mrs. Helen Cash, Mrs. Bupha Miller, Mrs. Beulah Elliott, Mrs. Doris Dived, Mrs. Viola Elliott, Mrs. Carol Kibbe and Mrs. Faye Anderson Mrs. Mary Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McElroy, Mrs. Carl Walton and Rachel of Mankato called on Mrs. Emma McEroy Sunday after- noon. Callers at my home the past week were Mrs. Addle Andrson, Mrs. Stella Ander- son, Mrs. Nettle Hutchen~-, Miss Hannah Hah;sen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F~liott, Mr~ Clarence Knowlton and Allan Kaspar. Mrs. John Miller of Glas- co spent Tuesday with Mrs. ~es~ie Lovseth and 'Mr. sad Mrs. Clyde ~]~.i!~ of Concordia called on We.Snesday morn- ing. C.N. Fred Moser of the U.S. Navy visited his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall ,~tklns, Sunday. He !eft to return to his base at San Diego, Calif., on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Henning ~nd family, Glance,. Mr. sad Mrs. Dale Hoard and family and Glenna Barrett of Lyn- don, Kans., spent Tuesday evening at the Marshall At- kins home. They brought ice cream and cake to celebrate the 47th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Atkins. Mr. and Mrs. Guy'Robbins ~nd Miss Lands Clingrnan called on Mrs. Wanna Cling- man at the ~bner Clansman home in Downs Sunday af- ternoon, and were supper guests of Mr, and Mrs. Har- old Knarr and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rob. inett left Monday for a va- cation at the lakes in Min- nesota Mr. Francis @ronewoller, Miss Nancy Nelson, Mr. Dav- id Gronewoller and Rex Flinn were Monday evening sup- per gt, ests of Mrs. Esther Flinn. M~. Genevieve Johnson of C~urtland and Mrs. Midge Fiinn were dinner guests of Miss Hanna~ Hansen Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles EI- lio~t of Wichita spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mahin and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd El- liott and other; relatives and friends. Ionia tMm.. Lovo~ Bad~ Mrs. Bob Rose and Mrs. Ivan Lee Frost participated In the horse chow held in ~a- Sins July 12. On Monday the 4-H'ers attended with Cindy Henningsen and Sue Shoe- maker among t~e partici- pants. in the oldest part of the l~rk (same loc~tio~ as last yes~.). This is your i~vttation to at- tend and renew frien&~hips of former Ionia ~,esidents. Former Ionia reside~t~ from W~hington, California,, Ore- gon, and Kansas attend these picnic. (Thanks, Ber- nice, for the letter.) Danny " Simmelink was sworn into the Se~bees at Kansas City & left by plane for a base in Mississippi for basic training. His group had a lay-over in New Or- leans so he called home to let his family know he enjoy- ed his first pane ride. His address is: Danny L. Simme- Iink, CM3 B66 83 C~3C CTU, D PPO Co. 178, GuIf Port, Miss. 39501. Our area is neeaing a good general rain. We had ex- tremely hot weather last week with threatening storm clouds. Friday evening two fires were started in our area by ligh, tning. One at the Glen Thom~ home which burned a small area in their yard before it was extin- guished by the family. One i~, the-pasture of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Borger, the former Henry Obert farm. The fire was reported by Donn Topliff who saw the blaze, tracing it down & re- porting it. Everyone in this area appreciated his concern about the fh,e as mudh pas- ture land adjoins the Borger pasture and many acres could base burned if it hadn't been disovered when it was. Sev- eral neighbors assisted and this fire was also put out be- fore too large an area burn- ed. Our sincere "Thanks" to Donn for his help, driving 15 miles to locate the fire, and neighbors assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas, Adam Rose, Glen Kincheloe, Har- old Shoo, asker, and Glenn and Gall Bartley. Special number for church Sunday was a vocal duet by Rev. Cecil Kankin and Steve R a n k i n accompanied by Dorothea Phillips. An,drea Wilson and Rodger l~oker were honored wi~h a miscellaneous shower Satur- day evening at the church annex. For the program Cindy Henningsen sang a vocal solo. Her accompanist was Dorothea Phillips. An, drea was assisted in opening and displaying gifts for their new home by Amy Wilson, Ilene Schnorr and Sharon Wilson. Refreshments of cookies, iced tea, mints and outs were served by the host- eases Mr. and Mrs. Rolls Dietz were Monday evening visitors at the Glenn Bartley home. Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Ran- kin ann Steve were guests of Mr and Mrs. Arnold Rose and Tim, a week ago Sunday ~ a oafs. Koch who had been 'visiting relatives and frienid~ here from California. Mr. and Mrs. Rolls Dietz Spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kincheloe and enjoyed player piano music. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boller visited Tuesday evening with Mrs. Mary Fectde and Mrs. Emma Brinkworth. Other v~itors last week in their home have been Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dauber and Mrs. Mauricc S~mmelink. Sunday .evening Dr. Roger Fedde and a friend Al Burrough of Manhattan stopped on their way home after being in Wyoming for a week of fishing. Past Noble Grand Club met. Wedne~ay afternoon With Ella A]corn with seven members present. Bridge climb met Thursday afternoon witk Mrs. Marvin McCammon at her home in Mankato Mr. and Mrs." Ronald Burks and girls, Wichita, spent last week with the Bob Burks family. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Thorne and family, Loredo, Me., and Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Lovcland, Kansas City, Me., spent part of last week visiting the Bob Rose family REPtrrATION IS YOUR B~Z~r GU~ THE GMAC TIME PURCHASE PLAN AND FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE-- TO MEET YOUR FARM INCOb~. North--b-r-such Edith Folger Vi~l,t~'s at services Sun@ay mm~rtg were Mr. and Mrs. War~on B~Is of Frie~dswv~; ~ex., Reneeee and Rodne~y San- demon 0~ Center~'2e. I~., and ~Du,ther D~on o~ Red ql~d. Wa1~son and Lo~s B,E~s were v~r~g her ymm~ger sisCe~, Es- ther Je~, arid i~vis. Their ~J~er, Lurer IXllon, w~s ,a weekend v~. T~e Sanderson children are vis~ti~,g thei~ gmn@p~arents, Mr. a~d Mrs. Fred Sande~#on. Fred and Vesba spent a few da~s l~a#t week v~s~tin~ ~eir son, Mr. and Mrs. Reece Sanderson, ~tt Centerv~e and bro~t~lt the c~'- ~en home with t~.em. Mr. and Mrs. I.~q~v R~d .~n~y o~ MoSc~v~ I~S~s. The second v~sited Mr. sad Mrs. Earl Wins- s@:s~t~ed by k~v *and ~unfl,v, a~& Mr. In ~he 'and Mrs. Vi~ Warner a ~ mpe~tion da~'s ~ week, s~m~ freslmmn, Abo~t 30 a~tended a swimmings ,er, dau~ter of per~ at Manka~o one night h~t Roger Decker, week sponsored by the l~etds m~larded first Y0u~. cm~est. Her IMm. V~cten W~ns~wv a~om- written by Mrs. E~v~d ~I~arrison E~wvnth. Each ~o W~ch~a ~or a Yearly Meeting first place ~ry Board' nleeti~g l~tslt /~bg pin. ~u~tay. 1~ci~ H~jny, IMrs. G~m Warner took her Mrs. Carro~ Jr. Hdg~ You'~h ~ fz)r a tr~ed evimmin~ ~artF at ~Kankato ~n t~e bo~s' k~t Money a~ternoon, was $5 and an D.~me Dg~c, ,d~trgh~er 0~ Each Bm~r M_~. and Mrs. John Dd~n. and ~reslmtan Cathy MdN~c~o~s, da,t~tter #f c~hsm in Mr. and M~. I.~vef~ M~Ni'c~c~s, a+rmtm~ g~te~ded a Dead~p Tr~dn~g ~ae s~Wwide ~oz~erence }a~t week. T~ey were judged by rode down w~L~ C~y's cousin, ass Committee Mr. and Mrs. Olwe W~c~ts, men~ of Kansas ~md Mr. and Mrs. John DJ~on g~on s~n, S~e, wen~ ~er t~em. Jtme at cor~rence was a,t W~chRs. Jack B~rs, Ten women end.o~ed Hele~ ma~ of the M~Nichols' coc~ Is,me at t~e meted WJC.T.U. meeti~ }~s~t Thm~tay young people ~emoon. man Ea~lis~ P, on ~i~n sp~R a few d,a~s the first of the week at Wk~- i~a and sang at the ~neral ser~ v~W o~ a friend. A str~g ~vind SahL~ay night pceceded a co~r ~ortt whi~,h is ~ R very com~0~le yet this Monday morning. No the past week. First Place Sta~e Awar~ To Two Burr Oak Students And Amer/een Leg/on Auxiliary ~mory Clarions Unit m~. Amer~an Le~ion Aux~Idm~, o~ Borr Oak. t~as been a~arded ~ir~t ~ in the Depar~nent Miss Ddn~ T~e members C~ernons Uz~it 26~ l announcements cov@ra~Ist~ons core A~lien, Past President, ~s. ~f Kansa~ mun~catio~, ~Mrs. V. L. ~'re-Mde~t Emery Arner~a.n Ceisbrates 8/xth I0a~,as newspaper az~t~Cle Stm~n Vau~hn competition. E~tries from tm~ts ebr~ted her in a~l seven disltfi~C~s o~er the twd~. Susan has I slate were jv~ged. Besides her ,g~a~c~paren~s, recog~itio~ the uni recei~,,ed Gabriel $1.~0. past ~ur nveelus. O~k's winni~ en~r~, was Gebriel ~ook a 50~year bi~tory of American ~e ~riends to the Legion Auxi, liary come,led and ~ ~ayed eo~r.i~ted by tiae WnR's his- rah~bmen,ts t~ri'ans, Mrs. Ge~.e Johnson a~d cream, l~m~, Mrs. John Abel. The ~ ap- The ~o~v~i~g peered i~ the N~vezaber 20, Stman: ~:a~F zmzi 1S69, issue ~ T~e Burr O~k fig, V~erie and Herald. Di,~me tl)un~, and PUBLIC SA,,L Of Household Goods & Antiques on Friday. The annual Stauffer re- Mrs. Joe Patterson, Glen, Mrs. Ethel T~honms and her union was held at the Ran- Elder, her mother, Mrs. Chil- grandchildren Mike and Deb- Cend. dull city park on Sunday. ton, Van Buren, Me., and hie Doughman were Wednes. 1" OLDSMOBH'I;" !"1 4" Thse attending were: Mr" her sisser' Mrs. Lindsey were daY mrning visitrs at the Saturday Ju DOOR SEDAN. One Owner. end Mrs. Jewel Copas sad Tuesday evening visitors a .Glenn Bartley home. Steering and Air. sons, Englewaod, Colo. ; Mrs. the Bob Rose home. , Many from here were in ~.. MERCURY 4-DOOR SE- E~na Wetndel, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs Jerry Rose Beloit S~turd~y afternoos~ D . Power a~-Iag, factory Mr. and Mrs. Herman Davi~, end Sheri, Omaha, spent last viewing and par~teipatin~ in week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kostsr, jr., ~t. Joseph, Me., joined them ~ater in the week for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Mc- Craeken, ~ Balctwint Oity, Calif., visited one day last week at the John Burdett home. Mrs. McCrae..ken and Mrs. Bttrdett were for~er neighbors and schoolmates. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Phil: lips, Elizabeth and Brian and Mrs. Dorothea Phillips drove to Wichita Wednesday where Rosalie and children left by plane for Albuquerque, N. Met., to visit her grand- mother wko is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jeck- el and family of Delevan, Ill., were Monday and Monday overnight guests of the Bc~b Rose family. Mrs. Maurice SimmeI,ink and Mrs. Rex Henningsen were in Salin~ Wednesday t~ be with Mrs. Edwin Sim- mellnk who had surgery at Asbury hospital. Mrs. Sim- melink it now home and im- proving. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley and G~il d~ove to Norton Wednesday evening for the ball game between Hi-Plains Texaco and Dairy Queen Teams. Theron Oregg catch- es for the Hi-Plains team. Dairy Queen won by the score of 3-2. The players are in the 9-10 year-old group and belong to the Norton city league. Three games are. played each night Monday through Friday at Ward field. This age grou~ Kansas Ci, ty; Mrs. Lula Pet- er~.on and Mrs. Emma Stauf- fer, Courtland; Mr. and Mrs. Carl McElroy and Mr:~. Carl Walton and Rachel, Mankato; Mrs. Mildred MeElroy and Diane, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mc- EJroy and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Zim- mer went to Wichita Friday night and spent-the weekend at the Robert Campbell home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clawson met his brother and wife at Pratt on Saturday and at- tended the Walker reun'ion at Sun City on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Danny John- son of Wichita spent the weekend v~siting at the Dar- rell Behrends and Don John- son homes. Sunday dinner guests at the Darrell Behrends home were Mr. and Mrs. Danny ohnson, Wichita and . Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Behrends of BedoP, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Matter and Kay McCary, Mr. and Mrs. Don Layton, Hsysville, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lay- ton enjoyed boating on the Glen Elder lake Sunday a~. ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layton spent Sunds,y evening with Mrs. Mary Swenson, Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McMil- Inn spent the weekend in Chanute visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geiger and f~m- ily. Monies and Bryan re. turned Ipme with their gTandparents for a two-week visit at the Edwin and Alao McMillan homes. Mi'. and their Centennial parade. Jay Wierenga with his covered wagon pulled by oxen and Mr. and Mrs. Albert VanWey with their team of draft horses mad lumber wagon were among thos~ in the parade. Mr. and Mrs. Jennin~ Borger and Charlotte were b~unday gueS~ of ~r. and Mrs. R~ph Hedrieks for an evening of boating and en- joyed home made ice cream in honor of Jennings' birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Donahl Barrett, Don and Bud, were a~o Zuesta ~. and l~n.s. RufUs lqVan- chester, Lester Barnett, Mr. sad Mrs. Roger Gregg, Thor- on and Thadean and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley and Gall were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and, Mrs. Darrell Thayer, Ronnie and Bruce, help4ng Bruce celebrate his birthday. Birthday cake and ice cream were enjoyed later in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. ,~ohnny Grimes and girls have a new address: 1~202 East Mission, Greenacres, Wash. 99016. They have purchased a home and acreage there. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Koch, San Luis Obispo, Calif., were Wednesday afternoon guests at the l~]la Dietz home. ~Ir. and Mrs. Rolls I)i~tz and S herri were Salina shop- pers Thursday. Mr. and MrS. Gale Tegley, Danny .Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Roll~ Dietz and She~ri en- joyed supper at the I~tll Top ~fe in Superior Thursday Due to Mother's death, we will sell all the Public Sale, located three blocks east of First National Bank ht kate, commencing at 1:30 P. M. (Tl~ere are lots of shade trees) 25 2 Old iron bedsteads, Antique; 2 Old cupboards, Antique; 3 Antique; Chest of drawers; Old kitchen cabinet; General Refrigerator; Wash stand; 5 Burner oil stove, with oven; barrel and kerosene; Old grindstone on wooden stand; Old Saw; Axe; Spade; Shovels; Hoe; Rake; Scoop; Scythe; Hand, 2 Railroad irons; Snow shovel; Ruhber tired wheel barrow; chunk coal; Lots of good hand tools; Lots of fruit jars, some Old cookstove; 2 Big water tubs; Railroad lantern; Old ice box; ladder; Maytag washing machine; Oil stove oven; Several old frames; Estate Heatrola, real good; Dining room tame; and combination, Antique; 5 Old rocking chairs; Iron cot; back chairs; Old high cupboard glass doors, Antique; Roll 2 Old sewing machines, Antique; Ironing board; Dresser with glass; Iron bedstead with m~ttress and inner spring; Large Metal high chair; General Electric vacuum sweeper; Buffet; table; Old bathroom bowl set; Magazine stand; Library Antique, real nice; Large lamp on stand; Rail lamp; Wicker hi rocking chair; Foot stool; Cooking utensils; Sunbeam iron, new. This sale has lots and lots of antique dishes and glassware dated back a long wry. Most of furniture is antique, but in Lots of dishes, that are still packed, are too numerous to Mrs. Geiger are completmg play at 8:00 p.m. We en- evening. After supper they Terms of Sale: Cash: Clerk: Maxine Rafferty, their schooling at Tulsa Uni- joyed seeing these boys play. enjoyed a drive around BY ~ MONTH - BY THE YEAR. versity. A~f, er the ~me we ware sup. town. Vera E Thompson' T MOTOR CO Inc "" .. ,.. ,..,., Mr. and Mrs. Rolls Dietz Owner, honor guest to : coffee Men- Gzegg homo and spent the and Sherri were ~aturday ep ~ d.ay morning at the home of spooning there, dinner guests at the Ly~n Hazel Peery. This was a ,,Mrs. I~iand CoOk, DAllas Diets home in Belolt and st- D ased ! t i F.,Clf~ ~ ~ ~ IB[/~I~ pink and b]tt~ shower. In- Oreg., lent the following no- tended the parade in the af. ece ~ sited ~?W~ro: Mrs, Grace ties to be tneh~dad in the ternoon. " Modltn, Stell~ Gromi, Ionia n~01 items: The'an. Mr. and Mrs, Rolh Die~z BY CORKY THOMPSON GARY SPEAR, BUD ~,.,. Vora Mrs, Ver= ~ be and Shend Itttended a Picnic ' ';