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SL~WELL COUNTY BFI~'ORD ~ay, October 1, Z970 Pqe a - ~ I The Village News III Ranch Bowl Standings .Games Through Friday, Sept. 18 eye hurt so bad/y some time Opal Teeple, :191; Martha ago. ' Herrmmm, 83; ~Ana Tedrow, HeWn @tites and her children, 42; ~qera Scarer, 80; Gene the ,Harold Shoemakers, return- Masker, 143; Ora~ ~t~q~ner, S4; ed home frern tbe H,utchinson MerOlm ~.A~xander, I~. M4r on M(mch~, a,fternoon. Fa~nle BtR, ler b el~ed us with WOMEN'S LEAGUES our cesspool Monday mm'nJn~, o~ rather ,he did all the work. R didn't he~ us out too mucl, Cfr@ for your home with A.KRYL.X Latex HOUSE PAINT Select either the beautiful, sell flat, or utin sheen finishes. smoothly, evenlyl Dries in mlnutesl Ea|y clean-up in just Sosp and waterl Over 40 colors land whitet $93s a UON MANKATO , LUMBER CO, IL4,NSAS No,nan Fletcl~er and his helper, Dale Brooks, 'I believe hi~ name is. cut trees and trim- med ethers ~for u~ Thursday and Friday. Sa, w Oobm, n Hennlngsen, an- other one of our flrte young men from the Limestone, in Beloit Saturday. We ~vays h'ad lots o~ respect for Ooburn and Virginia and their family. Vail O. end J,anie. 'We stopped at Glen ~:*Ider Sat. t~rday on our ~a~' home to visi.t w~th F,d and 'Edna ~Wetdenh, st~t. 'Ie~ey treed to be our wonder~tfl ne~gt'bo~'s here in the V~l,l'Jage. Judy ~lvers and her friend, Dr. Dick, spen, t the weekend wlth Judy's ~arents, the John Ahlver~. Lee Rooton spent Sun:day in our home. Dee didn't ~e~l too good Saturday ~Ktern,~on and evening, ~ut better today. ~r. and ,Mrs. ~lerman Hake f~o~n J~amestown brought 3oye Hake to Lhe Morris Hll~man hm'ne in ~rr Oak Sa~urchy a~- terp~on. De, hie ,and Pa'tty/~ke J~,'a $ e parents, the Ed ~Weidenh,afts, to S:~bll Finch. A beautifu,l Mond=y mornin,g, the ~Rolda ~azniiy for v,ari(ms d~osed in .High Indlvi&mls, 3 ~ames: Ionia Sun,&ay to see a,bout s~me Doris and Bessie states and Guess Pll go to Mankato and deeds done by the (Reb~kahs ~or ~re~ments Swan, ~1~; Becky Loom- repair work on their he,me ~ere. ~elen Colson h~ve been callers wash. ~ern. A ,letter was r~ad from rile Rohla is, 403; Joann .~i'Ison, 397. w l ~icbts of Co~rJb~s ~3 3 ~Tewel~ ~-p~lemen~t S 7 ~rr Oak ~Plumbing9 7 W~,er Grain s ~1 R~K Dr~ ~ S N~te Ow,l~ ~ 6 I~gh Indlvlduals, S games: L~rry !MclIO.n, nis, ~; ;-lalfley Sozge, ,545; ~ane Stro~p, ~t2. Individaels, one game; ~arw ~n~, ~; C~ti~Y ~, Rl~7; ~m'y ~, ,~1~. spent Sa'turday nigh:t in [he K~ll- man home, tOO. 'Mr. and Mrs. Morris H,iltman, Sbane, Shel~i, and Ranae, Joys Hake, De~bie and Fatty H!ake, and Or, anddad Bossen and I ,ate supper wlt~ Mr. and Mrs. Herman ~ake in Jamestown on ~nday evening. ~Mr. and ~rs. Morris 1~illm~nn ca,*led in our home arl e,f ten mitt~es, I ~ink, Saturday, eve. nir~g. T~ey were attending the delve in the Cs~muni'ty Bui3d. ir~g here ]n the ~ll'h,g~. N~r~nan Pletoher and h,ls help er have been eu~t~in,g and trim- mlctg trees for John rAh~vers and Jim M,c~ML~an. II~arold Beam was in Ionia t~riday sel~in~g B~rthd!a.y calen- dars. See#n= good to see Warold eve~ so ~ften. Guess the dan~ce Satur&%, ~t wa's pretty wel~l a'trended. Anyway, there were a good rna~y ca`re ~a't went by. at the Fi~ch ho~e to visit ~t~ Center Rebekah Lodge tbe o~-~oln~ ,We were invit~ to the West F_xi~a Weiden,ha~t spent a few Grandma Ge~tie. 1~ebekah tlad~e o~.ned its Long, B~ar~c~ dinner ,~ar the ~Burdetts marquees in our i~me Sunday Sybil 1~inch arid Ger~,ie Court- regular meeting Se~t. 2:L,-d at ~r ~a'ki,ng end Others Sunda~ but just meternoon. Edna is a~s a try'man took in the potluck din- 8:00 ;).m. wt~h Noble ~rand tul. Membe~ didn't feel l~ke going. T~anks versJ welcome visitor in our ner ~t ~West ~r,an~ch Sun d~y. Grace Jenkins presiding. (~iCe a~ the Thr~t anyway, home. Grandma got to visit with a tot a few m~s were misstr~g mortth of Henma~ Hake goes to the 1~eonard Coun,tryman spent ~ her old nei,ghbors, due to the unpleasant weather. Lena GerLng doctor tomorrow or Monday to Sunday evening wfth his mo~- Sybil Fin:c~h had a ea'l,~ from R~by Hale w~as reported to be on F~idays see .what is causir~g his eye to er, Gr, andma C~rtie,, at the Sy- her kiddies in O,ma~a saying in the St. Joseph's Hos~i'ta~ in 0an ~vor~. lmrt hh'n so bad. Ke bad his b~ ~.uoh home. eye put out some ye;ar~ ~go. N, ol~en C, ollie has been get- Janie bad t,he chicken pox. J.~m Concertina ~ sttr~er~. K~tle Oct. 14 and just ,wondered iT he bad had Meyers was retorted on the il, l Wa,n. Our ,FrRz W.eidenha:~t bro,u~ght h, is tang ~our o'clock seeds from them. Lu~c~y he h.as. list. A th,a,nk you was read trom ma~e`r, pla~ Toronado. The Unmistakable One takes on grand new proportions. It is a full five inches longer, and every inch adds to its elegance. Even its trunk is more spa- cious this year. The new interiors ara roomier and fir All that,s new for I - from Oldsmobilel totally new ride system deliver greater smoothness, improved traction and sure handling. Add a responsive Olds Rocket 455 V-8, power steering, power front disc brakes, Turbo Hydra-matic~ all standard on the front drive Toronado. Delta Oil. Warmest welcome ever to the big-car world. Power steering is standard. So are power front more sumptuous. Tha front floor is flat from door to door, with no hump to get in the way. Toronado's unique front drive and the 88's remarkable new "G-Ride" System. The "G-Ride" System. An Oldl exclusive--- a combination of ad- vances in chassis, disc brakes. And an impressive 124-inch wheelbase. It's all topped off with Delta tar, are less affected by stiff crosswlnds. It's featured in every 1971 Olds Delta 88. Pollution fighters. Every Olds engine is designed to cut emis- sions, run efficiently on no-laad, low-lead or regular fuel. Cutlass Supreme. Oldsmobile's "little limousine" places all- out elegance within Double comfort. New Solid FIo-Thru Ventilation gull features both upper and lower outlets for for greater control, bet- msnY ter air circulation. the reach of nearly deep every new car buyerl urioUS And does it so beau- tifully-with e classic ing profile outside, and and are Oldsmobile ALWAYS A STEP AHEAD Toronado Ninety-Eight * Delta 88 * 4-4-2 * Cutlass Cruiser Wagons suspension, steering and all-new Super- shocks. You ride smoother, comer bet-. A good preventive dental care p includes this... and this... with this to help pay for it. r :::::::::::::::::::::: ~eoe~d~k ~r ~ ~c~ :~O~m~ !gwe bg Blue Shield's Dental Care Plan I ov K.NSAS i ' also provides broad benefits ~/o eubllo Rel.at~o.s Dep-rtment TO SAveS-BY|?Y idea behind good, personal for correctiveandrestorative~B~e~9'~~'K~'~'ss~~. oral health habits.., prevent- of teeth and gums. dentistry. The plan is available V-] Please send information about Blue It's o t]y oorreoCi,e in group w e,e ive or more C ,e ..,, Blue Shield encourages pre- able to groups of five or more. MAILI care. Ands good preventive ventivedentalcare. That'swhy are employed. For full infer- I dental care program really is our Dental Care Plan includes marion about it, mail this sou- ~l~ NAME. " k State Bank Burr 0 '** a KANSAS HOSPITAL SERVICES ASSOCIATION, INC. KANSAS PHYSICIANS' SERVICE NAME .... Mmubex' Federal Depod~ L'murau~. 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