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$10.00 and costs; count 2, UCTION resisting arrest, sentenced to serve 60 days in jail. Paid fine and costs and granted immediate parole. Don L. Kasti, disobeyed stop sign, $10.00 and costs. As we've decided to (limit farm,inff, we will sell the following lmihlings and machinery at the farm Vz mile East of the North side of Webber, Kans., starting at 1:00 p.m., on-- P The Wehller WSCS Will Serve Lunch MACIIINERY 1960 IHC 460 Tractor, 1600 actual hours 1957 Ford 860 Tractor, good shape 1949 Ford 8N Tractor i Ford Cultivator; IHC Disc, 8-ft. ,' Model 45 Hay Baler ! John Deere Side Delivery R,ake ' New Idea Mower; 16-ft. Disc l'aileri 7x12 box; ']railer, 6x10 box Allis-Chalmers Combine ase Hammermill Flow on rubber, hydraulic Ir' IHC Manure Spreader I.HC Field Cutter; 7-f!. One-Way ssey-Harris Manm'e Sl)reader, 2-wheel IHC 10-ft. Dump Rake 2)Dempster Listers, 3-point : 0tle-Way, 4-ft., 3-point E' liver Springtooth, 9-ft. E ':' ' ,ord 3-point Hay Sweep m point Handy Box, 2!/.,x6x2V has a 24x20 ft. shed, steel roof Shop, 18x24 ft., 2-story, with steel roof Granary, 8x12 ft. Hog House, 6x22 ft. Hog House, 6x14 ft. Granary, 10x12 ft., with steel roof Chicken House, good shape, with steel roof MISCEI, I,ANEOUS Garden Tiller; 8-ft. Stock Tank; Several rolls of Woven Wire; Several good 2x4's; teel Calf I,)unks; Chicken Feeders; Hog Trouvhs; 7-can Milk Cooler; 2-unit Rite Way Milking Machine; 9 Milk Cans; Gas Range; Ii'uel oil Heater; 30-ft. steel Wind- mill Tower; Air Compressor; Ford Belt I'ulley; 3-point Hoist; 100-ft., 1-in. Plas- tic Pipe; Electric light Wiring and Fuse Boxes; Jacuzzy Jet Pump; Set of Milo Gu,ar(ls; Good House Doors; Pump Head and Pil)e; V--rod Measuring Wheel; 50-ft. Hammermill Belt; Several Hog Panels; Pair Castrating" Clamps; 5-gallon Cans; Bolts, Tools, Forks and Shovels, and other mist:elhtneous items found on a clean-up f, arm auction. BIJIIJ)INGS 5-to'ore Modern House, wired for electricity and phimhing Double Garage, 20x24 with steel roof Barn with a 14x36 ft. shed, steel roof; also TERMS -- CASII. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. AUCTIONEERS: I Ed Montgomery, FR 8-3336, Mankato Slim Montgomery, 257.3264, Guide Rock Andy Montgomery, 879-3004, Superior Security National Bank, Clerk. Melvin D. Jensen, illegal use of farm tags, $10.00 and costs. Robert L. Gunn, over- width ]oad, $I0.00 and costs. Merlin E. Yodel overload on state tag, $20.00 and costs. John Spoth, driving while license suspended, costs and for six months. Arden Vestal, disturbing :he peace, 30 days in jail. Paid costs and given imme- diate parole Sterling L. Helwig, log book not current, $10.00 and costs. John G. Lynn, failure to yield right of way, 910.00 and costs Rex L. Swanson, speed- ing, $40.00 and costs. Accidents: Aug. 2, 5:30 p.m., .5 mile south of Esbon and .6 west, Irene K~ Countryman, driv- ing a 19B6 Chevrolet, collid- ed with Alma M. Eilrod, driving 1952 Hudson. Pas- sengers in Countryman car were Mary Ann Voboril and Rita June Countryman. Mary Ann and Rita June had min- or injuries. Estimated dam- age to Countryman car was $3,000.00. Aug. 8, 7:00 p.m., .3 mile south of Highway 36 at the Esbon junction, Richard L. Sipe, driving a 1966 Ford, hit a calf belonging to Mar- ion Beldon of Esbon. $800.00' damage to car. Cloral L. Sipe, also in the car, receiv- ed minor injuries. Aug. 9, 10:00 a.m., on US 36 3.5 miles east of Man- kate, William H. Jacobs, driving a 1966 Plymouth, collided with Lawrence Mel- ick. There were only minor injuries. $350.00 estimated damage to the Jacobs car and $300.00 to the Melick car. Aug. 12, ll:15 a.m,, John G. Lynn, driving a 1964 Cadillac, collided with Ethel D. Moore. There were no in- juries. $75.00 estimated damage to the Lynn car and $125.00 to the Moore car. Alvin C. Fall, Jr., County Clerk, reports his office force will begin figuring taxes the last of the week. Office of Co. Supt.: "A SMALL TOWN: where everybody knows Whose check is good and whose] husband ima't." | who c,a d oar" ofice thepast Wlt*i: THURSDAY,. AUGUST. 1 Lewis H. Dunstari~ Formoso; Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Mi- Mr. and Mrs. Supt. Leo Ba.s, Jewetl; Supt. chael and Carmon were Sun- Long and son, Carl Stepp. Burr Oak; Mrs. day supper guests of her[ Wheatridge, Colo. Lyte Cady, Cttrolyn. and Pat~ ,tmrents, Mr. and Mrs. Del-lher mother, Mrs. ricia, Montrose; Maude V. i bert Stevenson. [Hills Wednesday and Abram, Jamestown; Mrs., ~ I day. The Longs had l Joseph John~n, Scandia;i Mrs. Clara (Shook) Stone- I the summer home Mrs. Erich Penner, Mankato; [ king and daughter, Neva, i and Mrs. Milt Peter Mrs. Ralph Russell,Man- (Mrs. Frank Halbert) and Madeline Island. kate. , husband of Wichita spentl lie Long, who has be~ * '~ I Sundayat Clarence Shocks( ~g her grandm~er The International Associa-Iand also at the Cozy Corner]past week or so, r tion of Lions Clubs compris-IRest Home in Downs to vis-[home with her paren~ ling a membership of mor"-I it G. M. Shook. He has ira-( than 800,000 dedicated tol proved since a recent illness.[ Mr. ana Mrs. Lar community and humanFtar-I . ~ /mond, Mr. and Mrs, ran service are soonsorinu a( Mr. and '. Mrs. Donald~Snyder and Mrs. LOI Peace Essay Contest for c~rl-~ $iimmo~s, Kimllerly amd[ mond l~ft Sunday 111 testants al~e 14 to 22 as o lD(makl, Jr. came from Fall-]for a vacation trip ta lanuary 15, 1967. Purpo~l.O~, Nt~v. last week for a vis-|rado. of the contest is to focus[It with his father, Clarence] , ~- the attention" of noonle onl Simmons of Burr Oak. Don-I ~lla Blake and dll he desirability of s~"earching!aId will leave soon for Ger-|came up from Salina| j , I ] for ideas and developing a]many. He is a career man land took her mother, plan toward making world]and has be~n in the s~rvice[H~isz, with them to. peace a-reality. Goals of the]nine years. Another son,][or where they attem ,ssay contest are: 1. Discov- I Paul, is an instructor of] reunion of the Ca ~ry of a workable plan form R. O. T. C. at Carthage, Me, t family at the Superla World Peace; 2, Concentra-iA younger son, Calvin, I About 45 relatives alt lion of attention on the sub-!with his father when theyl ~" iect of World Peace; ,rid 3,1visited our office, Wednes-[ Max WalKer, who 11 Fhe accentuation of thelday. " I man for Chevrolet csl~ meaning of freedom and tib-I Ithe Beardmore Age! ~rty. I Rev. Leslie Heisz and faro- I Beatrice, Nebr., Lions International hasllty of Dodge City, Kaffs.,l$t,O00.00 award for established an enviable rec-lWho are spending their va-[ the most ChevroletS ! ord in the improvement of I cation ,visltilag relatives in(division. Mrs. Walla international understanding I California',, called his mother, I Mrs. A. R. Weaverli~ and good will among the na-]Beulah-, Heisz, to wish her aled Max and family Iit lions embraced by Lionism.lhappy bir, thday. Kenneth] rice Tuesday. rhey have adopted a far-land l~eith sang,Happy:Birth-| -- teaching plan of action in-Iday to.their grandmoth..r. I Mr. and Mrs. Lylel eluding a Peace Essay Con-I ~ ] ty, Lynda, Rhonda and test. The grand prize winner[ Mrs. Frank Kissinger re-(are visiting Mrs. R~ will receive a 925,000 per-, turnc~ Monday from Indianal parents, Mr. and MrS sonal educational and/or( where she attended a familyl Baker in Covington, ] career-assistance grant. A1-]reurion for the past two i so, there willbe otherI weeks. [ Keith Hamilton, soil prizes. I - land Mrs. Vernon L. Randall, Esbon, Burr OakI Mr. and Mrs. Charles No-I ton celebrated his 9dl and Mankato have locail ble and family returned(day with a weiner t~ clubs from which we hope(Thursday nigi:t from a 2 his yard. The boys '# will come winners in the es-[weeks' vacation. They spent a Treasure Hunt say, "Peace Is Attainablo?'. [the first weekend at the were Wes Alexander, Essays must be submitted lJerrv DeLongs at Carnegie, Blew, Scott Neilson, to clubs by December 10,Iokla. Jerry and Gloria were Raffer~y, Richard BI~ 1966 [moving to Seymore, Texas Bill Hesser. ]where Jerry has a coaching ---" Mr. and Mrs. Carl DeHav- [ job. The rest of the time was Duane Bennett en and Paul Hackathorne[spent at Charles folks, Mr. the Concordia hospit are here for a few days tO]and Mrs. Al Johnson at Cor- day afternoon and hi help her parents, the Ed[pes Christi 'Texas. One of or surt~ery on Mo ndlt Loomis', move into their(the highlights of the trip was -- - ---- new home, Monday of this(seeing the Dodgers play the Mrs. Dean L. Cli~ week. Astros at the Astrodome in moso, visited Mr. ~-- Houston, Texas mother, Mrs Mary E Wichita--A pioneer resi- - ------ --- of Salina over the'W~ dent training school for Susan Kier and Sarah church school teachers will be held August 13-18 in Winfield, sponsored by the Central Kansas Conference of The Methodist Church. The laboratory school and seminar will feature 30 hours of study and work, as com- pared to the 16 hours which the commuter laboratory ~schools offer. More than 50 :were pre-enrolled. Mrs. Dean Rose, Mankato, is one of the enrollees of the school. THANK YOU I am grateful for the cards and gifts I received while I was in the hospital and since coming home. --Idella Johnson Jane Russell returned from Mrs. Alice Rock Swings, Wednesday, Mrs. C. T. Clegg where they have been at- Ionia Sunday ar tending Kayette Camp for with Mrs. Marg the past week. Farland. Coming 1 came by the way Mrs. Lorena Pate and rose, where they family left Wednesday for dinner. Russell to visit the Gall ~-" Walker family and Dcha Ped- Rev. ' and Mrs. erson. Seamans left ing for Morrison, Mrs. Lela Cummings left attend a conference. Monday to return to her left the children i,home in Alexandria, Va., af- homes of their ter a Visit'with friends and the Ronald ~relatives in. Jewetl county. Harry Blackstones. Mrs. Tom'Cailaway, who MissElaine has been.visiting in Los An- Friday. afternoon getes or,thepast week, re- ron where she ,turned ,hor/ie' Monday. , J,, ) ,~x~t ~ 1966 Tornado Demo :' ':";" 1966 88 Olds 4 dr., new 1966 - Tempest 2 dr. Hard top, new 1966 GMC Pickup, new O 1964 Pontiac 4 dr. with power 1963 Pontiac 4 dr. with pr. 1957 Olds 4 dr. with power an dair 1963 GMC Pickup BIG SELECTION-- LOW PRICES ~ , ,