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Thursday, O,ctober I, ,1970 Page 7 - Section 1 GAR FIELD Came Time 7:30 p.m. Friday, OCT. 2 • J MANKAT0 VSo MINNEAPO.LIS HOMECOM'iNG Northern Kansas League Game yoka for dinner. Mrs. Lorena Pa~.e brought her son, Terry, home from the As- bury Hospital in Salina Sunday. E. Ransom Terry had been there '~or more than a ,week for the treatment .get-together and of a badl.y comv~ic!ated injury SUccess at the to his right knee mhich he got with a~t the 'foo~all game w,ith Burr at l¢.ast 64 Oak at Burr Oak a week ago of de- ~Fviday ~venin,g. so much meat. Middle ~Bran, ch @lub met w~th and all kinds clear.go.ret ~ra;sier in Jewell l,ast sal,ads andl~hursday with six memlbers to d'esser~.ans~er ro]:l call which was tell- Great Bend. She is better but O.,K. on their return trip to Great /Bend, ~assas -- Con- d u,ck'. This is a pol:iti,c~a~ dodge sti,~ not able to live atone. We Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Max t~,al'l gvessma~ Keith ~e~eRt~s said o'f the ;first order ,aad is to~a~ly "Se~ceral of us in Congress Mrs. Jane Jacc~bs: Soci,al Ser- ~ql hope she con'tinues to im- are .now o:n their way to Euroge today .the ~rs~ pos!t election unnecess.ary. R means ~e have had ~to sig~ ~ dischlarge peti'Lion vice Worker for the Jewell prove. Bess had written the to see their s~on, Edd~ie, and "~,ame duck session of Con-those ~n Congress who .are sign- in order to ~force the ~Io~se Cm,nty Welfare Department, at- letter to Margar'e:t and she sh,ar- ,family. ~ddie is in servi,ce in grass in 20 years ~announced vly trying to a,void to u~ w~tes 5udiciary Co~mvnittee to report ~ended a tramin,g session or, earlier thi~ week by Speaker so close ,to electio~ day. ~ agree the ~)~ganized ~crime control act. licensing of child care facilities ~f the House John fMOCor,n~aVk with ~en~ator ~Mike .Man,~field I am new opti,mis,tic the Houise and'the ~m~se ~eadershi~) w~as tha~t we s,hould get the work 6f Representatives can pass this in Tepeka on Sept. 2~t and 25. tctall*y ~unnecess,ary ~and could done and adjou,rn Tar the year bill ~.nd give the gus,tice De- t~a~mil.ies caring for children oat par~meat the too~ls n~ces~a,ry to delay If-ur:ther ~final Ip.ass,age of llate in October,", Con,gres~smtan fight o~g, anized crime bafore related be them sh~ld be li- ed it with the chub. E.thel won Germany. 'the guess box and Margaret tMr. and M, rs. W. H. Ormsbee served a ~¢ery delicious lunch and son, ~onald, are expected Next meeting perl~aps with home sometime tod'ay fro~ Glad'ys. She was not prviscnt. Minneap*olis, ~inn. ~here they 'W,e hepe to lake in some af ~went the last of the week to the 2ewell doings the last three visit their daughter and ihmily days of this week but we first and their son, Ray, and ~a,mily h~pe to take care of an a~faTfa ,before ,Rannie has to go on to .field af ba,y w~h, ich is gett,in~ his next as.si, gnment with "Un- new ,farm legislation. Se'belius said. " rn " The Congressman, who made The Congressm~an ,said prior Congress adjou s, he slaid. his :red, arks ~t a Great Bend to the ",ta,me du.ck" anao~n'ce- The Congressman said any luncheon given in his be:h~ag, ment the ~Ist C~r~gress, in candidate ~vho seriously wishes censed by the St~ate Board o~ 'Health. This includes baa,rding h~mes, f,a, mily day care ho~nes, said citizens sho,~d consider spRe of partisan politi~s and to :see a new farm bill and a re-ordering Of priorities, need making the 'Coot dr,agger~" of the election, ~ad been ge~tting only to stop h;is campaign the. time coup.~ediag where we ~irst went to mowed this morning, then th:)r'e ale Sam." fal,1 day.~ehool and so~ne of our ex,per- are ~wo ceme:teries to m.0w: !Mr. and Mrs. Veal MendeR- the 91:st Congres.s the lame down ,to work on ~e ,many re- 'from Be l~ai.t,iermes there. President ¢~gnes co,un01ess other little jcbs, also. ha~ll and his m~ther were at the ducks of the posit session, forms the n~tion needs, tori~ and ~se his ~L~uenee on and all thezad:ina condu,cted the meeting. The weather w:as not good ~or West Branch dinner Sund'ay. "T~e House leadership is nora He ~isted ~the orwanized crime capitol hilt with me 'tubers of s. We aill enjoyed hearin~g a very haying all last week so it is Mrs. Mendenha'll wias going beginningC°nsideringoct0bera 'fou,r .~sweekandrecesSthen control|a,tian, drugaCt' airabusePO~utiOncon.trol,~egiS-and hiSfarmaV~nlogi~lationParty t~) helPandYaSSsal~geneW Joe Pate v~itedni.ce Getter fro,m our absen,t better j,u.st n~w. home with them 'to a, rrange retuvnin,g for ,a po.s.t e~ection Comgression,a~l reform as ke~' same Of the major bil~s the ev-en,ing.member, Bess K~amer, whoa is Mrs. Mac Beth B,righlwell things so she could move down President ~as asked to meet the trp to EsteR ~o,sti~ ~vith her son and ~ia,mily al and da.ught~r made it home all there very soon. "lame duck session, in~c~ud~ng 'bills n,o~v receiving ~lor~g needed n~i2on's pressing problom~. and Mi- ~e defeated members or '~lame attention by the Con~gress. day care centers, and day nur- series, iuform'ation about ap- plyin~g ,for a license aan be ~b- ~ained at the we~are Ot~fiee. Mrs. Ellen N~ller was a Sun- day d, inner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Remus and ~family of Glen Elder. 0 Acres of Republic & Jewell Counties Unimproved, Improved, Dry and Irrigated- Farm Land at-- T • Heirs of the Late Alice E. Walter will sell the following described Real Estate at Public Auction at the Com- across the street south of the Swodisl~American State Bank in Courtland, Kansas, On-- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10th Commencing At 2"00 p.m. (information Given Day of Sale Will Take Precedence Over All Other.) TRACT No. l 160 Acres of Irrigated and irrigable Counly Unimproved Farm Land . ON: Located approximately 1V2 miles South at the South edge of Courtland Kansas on the Block Top and 1/2 mile West. The Southwest Q'uarter (SWVd) : Section Twenty Nine (29), Township Three (3) South, unge Five (5) West of the 6th P.M. in Republic ~ty, Kansas. ,'RIPTIOH: This form lays level to wavy and is Bigger returns can be obtained from ~rm by more development. NFORMATION: This form has 77.8 acres clas- sified as number one irrigated acres, and has a total of 101.2 acres classified for irrigation. There are roe water turn-outs. : The approximate 1970 allotments ore 31.9 Wheat, 15.0 corn 55.0 mile, and no conserving acres. This farm has 112.0 acres of crop land and the bal- ls lend. Robert Moinquist and R. O. Reed, R.F.D., u~land, Kansas. subject to tenancy of Robert Mainquist and O. Reed. Notice given of termination on March 1971. TAXES:'Tho 1969 real estate taxes and assess- monts collected therewith as well as those for prior are paid by the sellers. d FERTILIZER: Buyer is to receive landlord's Share of 1970 corn to be harvested end government Payment distributed on this crop. Buyer will be re- quired to pay landlord's shore of fertilizer and spray applied to the 1970 corn crop to be harvested. Buyer will receive landlord's share of the 1970 growing wheat r landlord's share of fertilizer. i,,. TRACT No. 2 "moximolely 90 Acres of Irrigaled and Irrigable Republic Oounly Unimproved Farm Land bESCRIPTION: Located approximately ~/~ mile West of Courtland, Kansas, on Old U.S. 36 Highway. All that part of the Northwest Quarter (NW1/4) of Section (20) that lies North of the Railroad Right-of- across said land, in Township Three (3) South of ]nge Five (S) West of the 6th P. M. in Republic , Kansas. RIPTION: This land lays level to a gradual slope. This would be ideal for the person wanting .additional irrigated land or for the livestock man wont- on assurance of feed. INFORMATION: This form has 6:3.8 acres classi- number one irrigated acres, and has o total of acres classified for irrigation. There are two er turn-outs. : The approximate 1970 allotments are 13.9 leaS, 26.0 corn, 31.0 mile, and 10.0 conserving acres. ~re is 88.0 acres of crop land. Dale R. Ericksan, R.F.D., Courtiand, Kansas. q: Given subject to tenancy of Dale R. Erickson. of termination on March 1, 1971. ES: The 1969 real estate taxes and assess- ments collected therewith as well as those for prior . Years are paid by the sellers. HARE and FERTILIZER: Buyer is to receive landlord's Shsre of 1970 corn to be harvested and government PaYment distributed on this crop. Buyer will be re- quired to pay landlord's share of fertilizer and spray applied to the 1970 corn crop to be harvested. Buyer Will receive landlord's share of the 1970 growing wheat luired to pay landlord's share of fertilizer. SALE. 25~/~ down the day of sale on all the above tracts lance u on showm of o , and the ba p " g good and title. nsiblo for Accidents Coffee Will 6e Served inspected and shown prior to the sole by Auctioneer, Eugene Waring, Phone 527-5141, TRACT No. 3 Approximately 80 Acres of Improved Republic County Farm Land LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Located approximately 1 mile North of Courtland, Kansas, and 1/~ mile East on the Black Top. The South Half (S~'2) of the Southeast Quarter (SE~) of Section Nine (9), Township Three (3) South, Range Five (S) West of the 6th P.M. in Republic Co., Kansas. GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This farm lays wavy. There is o nine room, two story modern home, barn, good five-sow frame farrowing house, single garage, 1,000 bu. steel bin and double corn crib. For someone wanting to live on highway, don't overlook. ALLOTMENTS: The approximate 1970 allotments ore 7.9 wheat, 13.0 corn, 15.0 mile, and S.O conserving acres. There is approximately 43.0 acres of crop land. The balance is gross land and lots. PRESENT TENANT: Dale R. Erickson, R.F.D., Courtland, Kansas. POSSESSION: Given subject to tenancy of Dale R. Erickson. Notice given of termination on March 1, 1971. CROP SHARE and FERTILIZER: Buyer will receive landlord's share of 1970 growing wheat and will be required to pay landlord's share of fertilizer. REAL ESTATE TAXES: Sellers will pay the 1970 and all prior real estate taxes. TRACT No. 4 Approximately 80 Acres of Republic County Unimproved Farm Land LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Located approximately one mile North of Courtland, Kansas, on the Black Top. The South Half (SV~) of the Southwest Quarter (SWVd) of Section Nine (9), Township Three South, Range Five (5) West of the 6th P.M. in Republic County, Kansas. GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This land lays wavy end would bo ideal for livestock and qrain combination forming. A good location on the Block Top. ALLOTMENTS: The approximate 1970 allotments ore 7.5 wheat, 12.0 corn, 15.0 mile, and S.0 conserving acres. There is approximately 41.0 acres of crop land, ths balance is gross land. PRESENT TENANT: Dale R. Erickson, R.F.D., Courtlond, Kansas. POSSESSIOI~: Given subject to tenancy of Dale R. Erickson. Notice given of termination on March 1, 1971. CROP SHARE and FERTILIZER: Buyer will receive landlord's share of 1970 growing wheat and will be required to pay landlord's share of fertilizer. REAL ESTATE TAXES: Sellers will pay the 1970 end all prior real estate taxes. TRACT No. 5 Approximately 160 Acres of Unimproved Jewell Oounty Farm Land LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Located approximately 3 miles North of Courtlond, Kansas, on the Block Top, and 2 miles West. The Southeast Quarter (SEI/4) of Section Thirty Six (36), Township Two (2) South, Range Six (6) West of the 6th P.M. in Jewell County, Kansas. GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This form lays wavy. Easy to form and is ideal for the person wanting all crop land with good allotments and large fields for bigger machinery. ALLOTMENTS: The approximate 1970 allotments arc 43.6 wheat, 21.0 corn, 74.0 mile, and no conserving acres. There is lS3.0 acres of crop land. PRESENT TENANT: Thee German, R.F.D., Courtlond, Kansas. POSSESSION: Given subject to tenancy of Thee German. Notice given of termination on March 1, 1971. REAL ESTATE TAXES: The 1969 real estate taxes collected therewith as well as those for prior years ore paid by the sellers. CROP SHARE and FERTILIZER: Buyer is to receive landlord's shore of 1970 mile to be harvested and government payment distributed on this crop. Buyer will be re- quired to pay landlord's share of fertilizer and spray applied to the 1970 mile crop to be harvested. Buyer will receive landlord's share of the 1970 growing wheat and will be required to pay landlord's shore of fertilizer. of ALICE E. WALTER, Estate, Owners MRS. NIRA J. MAINQUIST AND MRS. JUVEMIA SOTHERS, EXECUTRICES JGENE WARING, Auctioneer & Real Estate Broker, 812-23rd Street, Phone 527-5141, Belleville, Kansas in Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma FRED EMERY, Attorney, Belleville Kansas Since we have quit farming and moved to Beloit, we will sell the follow- ing described items at public auction, located at the farm, 4 miles West and 1 mile South of Burr Oak, Kansas, or 2 miles North and 2 miles East of Esbon, Kansas, on-- Saturday, Oct. 10 Beginning at 12:30 p.m. i i ii i Machinery 1958 Farmhand, hay basket and gravel scoop, good 1959 JD 227 Corn Picker 1953 JD 60 Tractor 1956 1HC Lister, 2-row, pull type, good 1951 JD Drill, on rubber, 8x16, good 1950 JD Cultivator, 2-row, mounted 1951 JD Corn Disc, 4-row, pull type 1958 Wagon 1952 IHC Plow, 3/16 M&M One-Way, 6-ft. 1960 JD Springtooth, 12-ft., good 1955 Case Dump Rake, 12-ft. 1955 4-wheel Trailer 1960 JD Tandem Disc, 14-ft., good 1953 JD 60 Tractor JD 8 Mower, 7-ft. 1961 JD 14T- Baler Hay Cattle 39 Head of Whiteface Stock Cows from 3 to 10 years old. Some cows will have calves at side, some will be springers, the rest of the cows and calves will be sold separate. There will be approxi- mately 30 calves by the time of sale. These cows and calves will be sold in lots to suit the buyer. 2 Holstein Cows 1 Whiteface Bull, registered, 5 years old Truck 1951 Chew'olet 1V~ Ton Truck Miscellaneous Approximately 2200 Bales of Alfalfa Ill I I TERMS- CASH. Nothing Removed Until Settled Not Responsible For Accidents. 2 1960 Hudson Tank Heaters, woodburnin'g 1958 Letz Grinder, good 1961 Hastings Hog Feeder, 55 bu., good 80 Steel Posts, 6-ft. Stock Tank, "/-ft. Loading Chute 5 Panels, 12-ft. x 4V,-ft., good ]HC Cream Separator Usual Racklaad of Miscellaneous For. Mr. & Mrs. Jim Fogo, Owners Auctioneers: VAIL McCLINTOCK COL ARDEN OST Ph. 738-5228, Beloit, Kans. Burr Oak, Kans. Clerk: MAXINE RAFFERTY