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~ ,:U . :. OCTOBER 1988 SEWELL COUNTY' KANSAS ! i :rs Bob Kansas Ctt were visitors , no postage needed cards $2525, and 26 Whiteface !i and her sister, Mrs. F. J. l of Courtland. , [Lincoln, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. get the ZIP Codes missing land I'm sure we can satisfy Tulsa, Okla.: Leslie Wall-IFrost and Mrs. Aubrey Janousek, and family of [ Do you know what it s [ Park Campbell, Union Star, from your lists, Postn ,ster ] you best. See you in the auc- aces; [ are sisters of Fred. : II Belleville. [like to have a birthday on [Mo.; Ricky Steiner, Union! Lyle Rafferty noted. This I tion Friday. Albuquerque, N. Mex.:~ Mr. and Mrs. Glen $oa~l' tA Well" Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias[Halloween? "Danny s Luck"lStar, Mo.; Juel Ann Jeffery, Christmas, ZIP Code will beI VAIL McCLINTOCK Sherman Wallace, Della] attended a birthday d" were Sunday dinner guests]is the story of just such a]Burr Oak; and Helen McNi-, as important as shopping] Simpson, Kans, Jones and Sheila; l at the Vernon Quy homo ta Mrs. Lewis Duns- of Mr. and Mrs. John Mag-lboy. Mrs. Beverly James will[chols, Burr Oak.]and mailing early for the el-[BOB ISAAC Jewell: John Menhusens,[Superior, Sunday~ ,ho~~' va~ home on Mon- nusson. |read this Saturday, Oct. 15, l~ ficient and on-time delivery[ Mankato, Kans. Warren Oplingers, Dick]Mrs. Oro Frye, ": ~ st week after spend-I Howard Ross was a Sun-[at the Formoso Community]The Christian's Calling: i of the record-breaking ava-[ ~ Wolfes, Birt Saints, Margar-| Mr. and Mrs. Charles v days visiting with day afternoon visitor at thel Library Children s StorylTo Leadership lanche of mail expected in[ ....... et Frasier, Loren Dawdys,[ fey of Good[and and Mr, ~ Aunt, Mrs. Frankie home of his brother, Mr. andlHour. She will alsoread[ ----- the pre-holiday wee.ks." .Iwauace Keumon ?,uyt Nlxons, Howard Ed-Mrs. Robert Jenkmeon o[ 0fNevada, Mo. ]Mrs. Dale Ross and family[ 'The Diferent Dog , a[ The Oct. 5th meeting of After filling in the streetl .... ----- ._ ive --a d~', Ray Bu nha , Mrs.lBellevllle were Sunday ~- l nd Mrs. Murne Kib-of Concordia. [story about a French Poodle[the Women s Society of number, city and state, the]..f'.t,ter ,m years me i ,. Jerry Kane, Lee Mallorys,[ ternoon and lurmheon gua~tm .~ Brenda of Lincoln, Mrs. Edna Appleby of Pea-]whose bark was different]World Sevice was held at cards are to be mailed back[Wauace oromers o[ Jeweu Fred McDaniels, Ilene Doo-~ at the Claude FrOst 'home, were weekend guests body, Kans. and her son,]from other dogs, and "Th,e,[9:00 o'clock in the morning, to the postmaster. Post Off-[~unty were~ogemer ior a Icy, George Haggarts, Ralph]They came to visit with, Mr, ,And Mrs. Cecil Clark. Gordon of Oklahoma City]Best House in the World [With Mrs. Paul Life at the ice personnel will add the[mmuY reumo . .. ...... E. Arasmith, Clifford Matter, land Mrs. Henry ,F~ckel;. and Mrs. Harry Hig- were visitors Thursday of[ which is about a boy who]piano, the seven members proper ZIP Codes and return[ Mr: a.nu.ivirs. ~n| lvtc~lrorYs Dora Bailey, Emma Roberts,[ Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey GuS ere Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Howard Apple-[ wondered what it would be]present sang the third and the cards to the sender. [entert.alnta t.ne nve~romde s Leonard Treffers, R. L. Pal-land Mr. and Mrs.,, At the home of Mr. by. ]like to live in the homes of[!!fth stanzas of the hymn, President Johnson has pro-land thel wives wit a am- mers, Lester Ayers, Everett! Frost went to Nebraska rs. Clarence Green- The Formoso Library club] his animal friends. Mrs. Con-] Lord, Speak to Me, That I claimed October ,10-15 as[ ner. on .~unaay, uct. z p e- Palmers, R. D. Sloans; [ last Friday to be wl4~l~ F~'~ t Jewell. resumed their regular meet-[ nie Smith of Montrose has]May Speak". Mrs. Elmin 'ZIP Code Week to pro-[ce~ng me upen riouse:_ . Palco, Kans.: Gus Samuel-]Johanek. Leland and AUbr~y :~ _Don Howland and ings at the Legion Hall Fri-[placed several new pictures[Peterson read the first verse mote greater usage of ZiP[._pen tiousewas neia at sons; Medford, Okla, Argyle lretumed home Saturday ~rents, Mr. and Mrs. day, Sept. 30, with a pot]on display in the library.[of the third chapter of St.,Code. [me,nome ot Koy and r_,lta Jonzen; Colorado "Springs [ening and the ladiesxeturn-' ~ler, drove to Wash- luck dinner at noon. Follow-]These are for sale and any-[John's Gospel. Mrs. Melvinl ~ [wauace; ...... Dixie Burden; Fort Carsoni[ed home Sunday evening, ,a~ns. on Friday and ing the regular business ses-] one interested may call her.[ Jensen, the leader, stated[MANKATO LIVESTOCK [ rroDap.ly me pest .Known Renate Tatum and Totianal Mr. and Mrs. Bert .lvlr. and Mrs. 'Al,bert sion, the ladies enjoyed a] ~ ] that the subject of the lesson ] COMMISSION.CO. REPORT] ot the. wa[Jace ooys !S Koy, Tatum; Loveland, Col() [)ar-[ spem Sunday at the 10n at the Homestead social afternoon. [Arma-ost Reunion [was "Leadership". She call- [ ____ ]a native or m ls .county wn.o lene Worner; San Rafael,[ Florell home in Formo$o. :: i g Home. Mrs. Ander- The Ladies Aid of the For-/ s _____ led attention to the ideas[ Friday, Sept. 30 [w.as. oor.n ann !!vea.au ms Calif: John Reysteads; ] Mr. and Mrs. ~1~. sister of Mrs Soder. moso Community Church] De~,md--nts -th,~r~,qa-lwhich had been written on[ We had a large run of live-] ~re in mls V!clnny. his wire, Burr Oak" Lettie Korb:] Frost visited the Henry Flck, ,~ ~d Mrs Jerry Ryan held their social day Wed-I tires onn friend- of James[the blackboard Everyone!stock and the barn was full]rata, was ainu Irom a.plo. Mankato" Chester Hansons[ els at the Claude Frost home: ~aita are" the rents n s " , .... . " " . neer ramily, me Jonn ~taut- .... ' .. . . ~._~ pa e day afternoon. Following] Miles Arma,,ost the flrst/took part ]n the general dis-[of buyers. We had between[ ............ Grant Berrvs, Tommy Saturday evening. Mr, u~oy girl, Katherine the business meeting, the]of the Arma~ost famil" to[cussion. 600 and 700 head of Steerslrers'.troy and ~lta wauace s Thomosons O(is Saint" Hays:] Mrs. Paul Frost wore Wed-': ~' :~ t!.born Oct. 5 The committee presented a nice/.,..tl- ;n .... e il m ..n/ Mrs Jenscn gave each]weighing from 650 lbs "o/aaug ters, lvtrs.ot ]eo r ey- Beulah" Fis'her" Parshall l, ']nesday morning callers i ~rl has a brother and program. Refreshments were[.qont ~.~ man ,t ~t,, a small card with a[900 lbs along with the oth-lsteaa, ..~an ~araet, ~auL, Dak" Gay,, Steele" / Mr and Mrs. Ben A~.' to Welcome her. The served by Sarah Baird, Ethel/r : f" new Lincoln penny taped toler cattle. I believe the qual-/ . rs- v.larea lwc roy, Beioir Mowers Clem-/Mr. and Mrs. Benny Rotn rt::i:': Arents are Mr. and Clark and Isis Bowles. [12th ":nn'u:i' re' ,nion -' ll[it. This coin was used to ill-[ity all the way through was[aall, Karts., ann, wirs. vlaa ford Ku'l s Marv H,;d-son [and Mrs. Joe Reinert did':: Ss T bamueison, ~'alco ~ans .~_ acha of Greeley, Mrs. Etta Young went to/were saddened b,z the ab-[ ustrate the two sides of lead-[the best we had ever had[ .... , . " Ew, ene Shambu'~,s; Perkins [ some papering and l~ilalltl;i i~ ~na Mrs. Aline Ryan Wichita Saturday on busi-[ ned ...... of L,,tis and Lillian[ ership. As all looked at the l for this large a sale. ]w~e anle to de,present. (Jkl%a" God Saint~', Republic:.] for Mrs Pete Reinert atTi ~. ._vAn, Ill. Mrs. Ryan is hess and was a houseguest[, Gates" LeWis bein,, seriouslv/" face' on the penny, Mrs. I Light" Steer Calves sold to/ ........... next wauace brother Lawrence Searletts" / ton last Wednesday. .... : ..... mer Joyce Tacha Ap- for a few days of Mr. and]ill in'a C~)ncordia bospita]'.[Charles Kramer, the Presi-[$33.70. 500 lb. Steers soldlatntden~lingw~:, J~ndnnaTaf~ra~r~ Belleville" Meda and Fh,r-/ Mr. and Mrs. Melvln:~!S~i=!l~ ~:i:; i Mrs. Ivan Stansbury. /For ~everal -ears Lillianldent of the Society, defined]from $26.00 to $29.00. We[ ............. once Lowei Formoso" John[ Icy and boys drove to:No't-,i:!!::i la D ~ , ureeley, L.oio Jonn iett this .Y dinner guests of r. and Mrs. Emery Gert-[and ~er mother Emma/the three styles of leader- sold 67 head of Whiteface/ .... ".. ...... Novaks; and Courtlan~l" Mrs [ton Saturday to attendS..~:: (1 " ' .... vicinity in ID/-~ DUt ntis , x ' .... ~Mrs. Walter Grlmm~ son of Atwood were callers[ Thornbure. have been re-] ship worn by the designated] Steers welghmg 604 lbs. for[ ...... ~.:^_.,. i. ..... .~ ..... Gus Samuelson /State Hampshire Hog Show ~: .... flu'. and Mrs Lewis! Saturday at the home of Mrs./~non~;blo'~f ........ ; .... a/leader. When the coins were IHills Construction Co. furlS/'"",y ,,,c,,u~..=,= 5,, ,,,,,,,y ~ ] and Sa e. They drove.0!l )[ " I ov ...............~, ..... lona memories Attenaln - ............ _ Junction City; Mr. Emma Joerg. Mrs. Joerg and]decorating the hall In Lill-[turned over, Mrs. Jonson]S28.10. We sold 22 White-[ ..... .... g [Atchinson and spear! rs , ~ With him were two or nls Bud Hallgren, Pat-; Mrs. Margaret Gertson join-/Jan s absence Mrs Ada Hill~/passed a magnifying glass l face Steers weighing 680 lbs ] ....... lt l~l *. I [ night with Kenneth .AntioCh: i:/~ P .. , ~ " uaugnters, Mrs Darlene .atncm of Courtland;I ed them for dinner at the], .a an o n,,a u;,al,/SO that the ladies could see]for Wlnt Smith for $26.35,1 ...... . .~ , Vl hl'[[' mJ lll1111 ]sen. Melva Dawn spent: , .-o. ""o J worner did i I~t Mrs. Lee Boehmer Bel Villa in Belleville, then/.~is~,~a E,~m~ Tho ,,rdo~]Lincoln seated between the]and 21 Whiteface Steers[ .... or.~LoveianaA t~.., II IIILI;;;IIIgUIIIJI [weekend with Mrs. HiI~L~ aUghter of Lincoln, I went on to Concordia to vis-lwere~a'~ll beau't]fuli=v decor _lcolumns of the Memorial. ]just under 800 lbs. for[an,ct Lel9 ,r_ulmr o ,tJreeley, "Frost-" [Shipley and Maxine. ~:, lv~r J ~OiO Jonn s wlIe, r.ana, was -, s Earl Shearer Mr lit Glenwood Gertson at the[.,.a ..,,~ ........, ........ a[Mrs Ruth Colson described[S25 15 Russell Walker sold{ , ' Mr and Mrs B CO ~ / . Joe Bauman, Carol[hospital. /eertain v our Pennsylvanian[a number of things to be[ll Black Whiteface Steers l ..... - _ ~ . g (T u sday, Oct. 6).. ] a o well known here, bern h r drove to Munden Friday, e'~ and Alfred; and Mr. Miss Delia Joerg of Beloit ~ Dutch ~orebearers would not [ done by persons who are [ weighing 450 lbs. for $29.80. ] ,2n2 , lnzer oetore marrying ~. The Past P.res,dents ot the l ening to attend the footb&q i:. ~. Will Yarpie and l visited her uncle, J. B. Joerg|have been ashamed of the]good member leaders. Foil-iMilton Underwood sold a setl~U~'/ . .... . --, l=snon American Legion Le-[ game. Miltonvale's team ~ i:~ Burchard, Nebr. I in Superior Saturday. En- ]delicious and abundant food/owing the responsive reading ]of Whiteface Steers weigh- ~nerman walmee or At- glon Auxiliary is having a[ playing which is coached bI i~i: t d Mrs. Hans Nelson l route home she called on[tiaat everyone enjoyed [entitled "What Kind Of ling a little over 400 lbs. for]OUquerque;.~" ~wex., ace ore- cara party next Saturday ev-lMarvin Dodd. By the w~ i;" .... ,, . pamea Dy nls aaugnter, t~e~- enin Oct 8 at the Esbon ' Oak, Mr Arch YorklMrs Emma Joer~, and Mrs [ T ........a a .... h~ .... ~ / Leaders Are We9 , there was ] $30 20. Ronald Seamans sold] ..... .:. g, , ]Mlltonvale won. ..... ndo . o ~h .............. ~, ..... ~ '-'" ..... ta Jones, and granuaaugnter, Le,ion Hall Prizes for/ .... , tte, Mmh, and lMaraaret.~ Gertson. ........................ ~iloo ...... o. ia period of silent, reflection [28. Black Steers weighing[ .......... . .g . . Daryl Frost spent th erne Fringer were Mr and Mrs Joe Kin~slev[d,c,a~,d ~ -~r,~ .u ,h,[before a prayer m umson.[750 Ibs for $2520 and 29[~.neua" it naa oeen zi .years Bridge, Pitch and Pinochle]weekend at home. Mill evening visitors of]were'Sunday ciinner oues(s[dau~h~ters-in-~aw and"sons[|The leader then read Mark]Whiteface Steers weighing]Since,Sherman had via!ted will be given as well as a lCheryI Hancock was a Fd ~, t, nero having come home men doorrlze .Mrs. Fred Zimmer. of Mr. and Mrs. Wint SmithJin-law with the exception of]10:42-45 and Mrs. Sue Green[700 lbs. for $25.30. Ike So-[k ........ /:,~....~.~,~. ^, ~.;. P" day evening supper gue~ a Mrs. Larry Keeler in Mankato. Other guests/R J Korb Sr husband of/read the Scripture, Romanslash sold 38 Whiteface Steers[f~,~ ~ ~~.~" ~'~ "'~ Our sincere sympathy goes Mr. and Mrs. Leland a " . " ' "' . " " ' l~tl/K,t 1 IL~. V OLlla~.*~.,. " . nd Mrs. Larrylwere Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cort-]Alta Arma~ost, the voun~-[12.3-10. After the monthlYlwelghlng a httle under 9001 , .~v.. ,,,., .... t .r...~. out to Mr. Fred Johanek andI Mrs. Leland Frost or Wichita werelner of Los Angeles, Calif.]eat daughter We were ~/ad/offering had been received,|lbs, for $24.15. Forrest family in the death of his Mrs. Fred Shook and TIImell ue ..... " o . " s nd t r 1 " '-'~''" ~"~" '"~ ~"'~' ~'~'~' " ..... : .g sts of Mr. andlwho are visiting relatives m lhe was able to attend, hay-[the ladies sang the fir t a [ e so d 9 Whiteface Steers l ............. ,....,.~.o wife. Three small children [to Cawker City Monday ~ Keeler, JuheiKansas. Mrs. Cortner andi ing undertone serious illness [fourth verses of the hym , ] eigh g 650 lbs. for $26.401,.,,.k.., .,.. ,~, ...... ;,,.. r ,o are left without a mother to [return to their home . IMrs Smith are sisters oflrecentl-Losses b,, death/ O, Master, Let Me Walk/and 10 Whiteface Heifers/ ............ care for them. Mrs. Leland sas City. Mr . i j- J ,, lle IS reurea aria has urea in ...... . . s. George Shed-{Mr Kingsley laurin- the ---s ........... [With Thee The program[weighing 692 lbs. for $23.30 [ ...... ~ :. t~nc" y luisa for many years. ~lS rod, Cahf. werel Mr and Mrs. G E Shue[ Elsie Matthews G or ,e Dar- [ended ruth a prayer by Mrs. [Don Johnson sold 29 White- 1. ;.. ....... .... =.... . ng droner guests lof Bellevllle called on frmndslwin and Nora Diehl Miller.]Jensen. |face Steers weighing over|end ..... t t,, os.,a so, Ch, :, Mrs John Ma in Formoso Sunda after Mrs Elmm Peterson was 600 lbs for $25 50 and 20 g-[ Y - Five members attending the]. , " ....... ] ...... ' " - I was Ruby Lowe before join-I it p ]noon reunion for the first time/the nostess ~ne inviteu me/wnitetace ~teers weignmgl .......... 1A.a=~tS tt .L .L_~.,.~ L~o=~--.~.~: t.d Mrs. John Both-[ Mrs. Isis Bowles drove tolwereMr andMrs BudHills, lladies to sit around the table ]ver 700 lbs. for $25.25.[mgl~ne ya'umg%st~ml~Yr'other, i ,lleWell rdrm his sister, Ella, andlSmith Center Friday andIMr, and'Mrs. Dick Allington|and, after Mrs. Paul Life]John Hannaburg sold a set]clifford, came from Ana I " ~!i~ !nd, WayneConkey,]was an overnight guest ofland Diane, Following the]had said Grace, she. servedlof Whiteface Steers v~'eigh-lheim, Calif Clifford lefil I IIIIII I mlnl~/l~mnt.m~i WOOd, Calif. werelDr, and Mrs. Chas. Gibsonldinner hour, Gay Darwin]tasty retresnmems, these in-ling duo ms. for ~zo.zu. Joelhere in 1921 He has anenti ~]~ Illli I I I Ill [rTll|: : evenin,g callers at[and Jill On Saturday shelwho snends much of her va /eluded a delicious salad, Ritz]LeBow sold 22 Black Steersl.~.~o~ .a ,~o ;;... ;.. c..,;~,.. ~ gllllllli&l Inlll'r/l/11 e of M~. and Mrs /accompanied other relatives [ calionVtime in ancestral re [crackers and excellent cof- [weighing just under 800 lbs. I":u~.Y" ~..,~ ~, ....... ,Ta,2v,,- ~ l I I~l lllll ~' .... - , nla tie IS at present ~'arK ,. . ~ ,,,,~:~ :h and also visited[to Atwood to attend.mem-[search, shared with the rest[fee. ' [for $24.70 Vernon McChn-]~.ao.,,,,,.,,~o., ,,.. ,~,o ,.,,,, , , ;, :~;: -rills in the Formo-/orlal services for Mr. E. C. isome of her findings. One/ ~ /tuc~ ~o~u ~ wntte~=n:elof ~,,nwo'~a Ho "-lon~ * .... ~=~=~'~=~ ~ ,.A! " ' ' i nts ..... h 7 -~ .... e ......- Melhck a lon time real Res de m Mankato will Steers welg Ing over 50 , g - concerned a wealthy man - . tire at the end of the year :~: dMrs. David Peter- [dent of Atwood, and a pro-[of his time- named Pickell,[befferedanopprtumtyto~lbs. for $25.60. Larry MC-]anA will be free to viii" hi~: Ut.IUBi:K /U, son, Mike, of Hays[fessor in the Formoso Highlowner of a saw mill and]ZIP. Code !heir mailing lists]Clintock sold.19 Whiteface]bi~hplace more often" o . sts Sun School from 1919 to 1920 n fll ) during October, Postmaster Steers weighing over 700 , ~ , - day of her g "st m" He als~ owned ~ The refreshmen t ' , ' i': M .......... [ ............... [ " ..... [L,,le Raffert,, announced to /lbs for 25 40 Harold[ t able was MANKAa O GRADE SCHOOL . etnc1 Mrs u,nas 1 NIL anu w~rs. w111aro iNel-Is x sons Well namea iney/ a J "/ ,v I~,-,,~^;n~,~l |n .~11 t,,,1,~.o ~ , ,:~,~ ;~~,~i~ anday morning cof-/son and family of St. Louis,{were so wild and tough that Iday ]Thompson sold 21 Black[~n~..,~ ,h... ma ..... ,o ~.....a L ~'b.f~'~:~ s Were Mo and Mr Paul Nelson of " Letter carriers will deliver Steers weighing 763 lbs for ............... a ............ - Servin r Starts 6 30 P M hay ' [ Mrs. Golda/ . [he compelled them to dig al .... / ' "- led g ' " : . . S p .. Doxon and/ ' y " " I huge drainage carrel, to keep - - , -..- [ " , ...... ,! o [ ~,mongthose attending Jewell ~nn ~ iThursdav of Miss Florence I ....., ,.f ,,,;o,.t.;,~ w~,, I to each of the city s a~z res-/Steers weighing ~z~ IDa mrl : , ~ .i , ~ '~ .&v&t~ d LJ&UILt kal LI L ~/lt 11 L 1 *.~l..,lt II~.L. .t ,t |~ . , . " were" ~ , ,, unt and daughter [Nelson. ]young Pickells' idea of great lldenual delivery stops begin-]$24.55. Clair Pierce sold a] Randall- Mr and Mrs Ro" All Members Be Sure and Attend ans / Mrs Walter Fall and]s ., t was ar;"i"- t, ...... Ining Oct. 10, the postmaster/set of Whiteface Bull Calvesl ..... = .... ...., -: .... : ' / I ....... ......... / / Xiia'MrSare" Blllthe Lavoner nt weredaughtervisltors", frOmFrlda. Cahfornlaof her hitched to wagons down blanksSald" Thefor cardsaddressesWlll haVeused weighlngGene Hmman" 500 lbS.soldfora $2700.set of is Hendrlck," Ira Framers," DOOR PRIZE .... ............ ,~ " . pa e s . Y steep hills at top speed It . ' Cliff Vetters, Clarence .............. g~rl, Leanna Rae cousin, Mrs Atta Rathbun was a ,,()or ~e~m *~ ..... ~o;,~ most often, but for which m- crossbred Steers over 800 ........... , ~ '~ , - v ~.. u,~ ,,,,,- t~no~es, t~onaio lVlC~iroys, 3 The r Mrs Maude Abram of , dlwduals do not know the lbs for $23 O0 Eldon Dal- g andpar- ed that couldn t stay ahead " " " Ra Mc ' Mr ' ro er I y Elroys, and Frank --------- ^. and Mrs. DaletJamestown spent Sunday atlof the wagon tP P Z P Codes. [rymple sold 15 Black Helf:l,,r.... ~o. ~=oncordia. Great [the home of Mr. and Mrs. [ Prizes were awarded to[ (Postmasters in appropri-[ers weighing a little under l"~,na"l~eim, Calif" Clifford ........ .... .nts are Mr and~Joe Haskins /the oldest "~rso ........ +rate cities add: The project/500 lbs for $25.30, and al ..... '" I~AUU 11111?. , ........... , , ~ .5 r,-~:~,,~' ,, " . wanaces; , ., ,: .d Ross and Mrs. I Mrs. Joy Dunstan was land the one who came the[wIll be a feature of ZIP[set of Black Bulls weighing[ m.~,qe., ~,lo. ~.~,." ur.,, r/'][-I~l~l ~'~Lr.~ ...... 1~b ,, ~.J&~,..~.. ~t, %,~.J .. ~UII,, YV '1.1,'" ~ :? , ee of Formoso Ihostess to the Hawthorne[farth~ro~t ro..,a; ........ [Code Week .) Throughoutl600 lbs. for $24.20. Eldon] ............ ._ ....... ,.,,,,,,.,.~; ................ --~ .... aces, ..eua tuner; ,~S I am qulLHng Lne iarm ano le~vln l~{t "tha Huber is the IClub Thursday afternoon [-rounod 'nhotn~,rnnh~a h, lthe nation 95,000,000 of the/Doud sold 5 Black Heifers[ , g COlt~ tgrandmother. Mrs. Vera Demnsev~ ~ enter- [~n.,.)r ..... ........................ c'n~,u o,a o~t,,~a ,~ [cards will be delivered. In weighing about 500 Zbs. for [ will, sell at ........ pubhc auction at farm, 1,mile;s Utl I Mrs Keith Hoar tamed the M stlc Club at/ ]cities with more than onel~$25 10 Cows sold mostlyl,,=~t~/p,~ ,*.,., ( lk .-...- and 21 miles east of Jenkins hi r " d ' Y " tell items of interest about " Vz .... hng statt0t% Y of Oxford, Nebr., her home Thursday after-[their families Paper caps lZIP Code, there will be two rum $14.50 to $1680 Bulls /)[-~/IO~(:~ Center, Kansas, on--- '" ,:~i' hrs. Leland Turner noon /distributed b, "Ga- added toicards for each household;{sold from $19.50 to $20.10 [~ZJ ~ .?: " ' " a J J Y of Hastln s Mr The Fnendshl Club met one for local addresses, the Fat hogs topped at $21 80 D : g' " ' p the fun if not the looks of . poor girl , ' y d Y" [everyone Pictures of histor-] , : / . I TIJBDAY, OCTOBER 18 uane Wde an Frlda afternoon at the home other card for out of town Pigs sold from $10 75 to ~ ' :/::: mankat of Miss Mar S i ," - In rural areas and cities $2075 a neao ountt t witul .... o, and Mr. y p egel. /,c Reed s Church at Stouchs- / ......... .. i , .. .......... virgil Mohler and Mr. and Mrs. Verne Glens/bur~, Pa, where some noted/wnn one ,,.it- t~ooe assigned, [ We appreciate the supportI o;1 ,-rlet-,rl uommencmg promptly at 11:00 a. m, :ii re Sunday dinner of Bellevil/e were house- /ancestors lie in a nearb,,}nlyanut'f'twncardwill]we are receiving in Jewell[ b"~'~''E,~ followin, dL,~er|hotl nrt~narfw ~ ....... !:~:i r and Mrs Har uests over the weekend of be dehvered since all local Co, and we know the buy usa] [i ' . - g icemeterywere also given[ [' -I p bl ties .... r in honor of the her sister, Mrs. Laura Spie-[by Gay to alL Who desired]addresses will have the same[era like the good country l FARM MACItlNERY ~P~ggy Turner gel._ . [them. Mr. and Mrs..Clarence/ZI,P,T~is~ei's a -ood time to [c?ttoleu trh:~thT:kiSn~lo~C::~liUS[ 3.00 1961 No. 560 Cockshutt diesel tractor, witl i;ij . mer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore [Fearing called in the after-/ ts [J y e g, t ~e t~g] ....~. .................... o , ........ . .... ~.rom a distance of Grand Valley, Colo. were/noon. We are always glad/---- _ ]Lt"~l~ll~. . powei, o-puree n tcn an(t power steering, l.ea the funeral of visitors Thursday at the [for our friends to come. The [ - in _ ] 1500 hrs.; 1965 Farmhand F ]1 B loader,~I{!| ~m _on Tuesday, home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl [next reunion time will be] ~ 1~~ basket with steel teeth, 5' bucket & stack ne l%rmoso Com- Tobias /the last Sunday in Septem-/ ]Jll~m ~.~ N 1fro'r. T r~ 4,,,,,1 .~,, A:.~. , ,, :~' ~h were: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sim-iber, 1967. Plan to meet with [ I~ I I P ]l r - ]-- ~ ,, . ,~-, ,.~.~. B. W. 13 10 h t-ireeley, Colo.; mona and family and Mr. us. | 1 1 /l~ .~ / t)earmgs; 1(,)(;4 J. D. 16-ft. springtooth ,:h ri ,e Reed, Mr. and and Mrs. Jim Nitcher and I Those attending the reun- | I [q k_ with 901 ,l D carrier" 1()64 IHC 12-ff, t w, eed Mr n o ' " V ~l U ....... ' " -,r" .... ~, .... a d daughter, f Bellevflle were ion were. Mr. and Mrs. Hum-[ [ - - ......... ,a ..... a ..... .Ml~aarn%M[~" y ," andSUn daMYrsld. nnerBill gueStSsimmonsOf Mr.in anderRedenbo,Mrs.MerleBelleville;semke, Man-Mr"/,- / 'i 7 - ."'ft" VMohaw' "k n ,blade, t,,,,,,,.3 -p ,i : s;~ Mrs. Marvin observance of Ben's birth- kato; Mr. and Mrs. Guy AI- / i [ wheat drill, on rubber, with rubber press ~,~ans.; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moh- lington, Superior, Nebr.; Mr./ [] " I /l~g~~~ ~95(~ 19 ~ lz ................... ;+t, ~,,~ 1~ ,'~ . n, Keats, ler were Wednesday even- and Mrs. Robert Korb, Lark- i J ] - disk" lq65 WW - icku-) stock rack for lo .an~ Mrs. Martin ing supper guests of Mr. and ie and Bob III, Burr Oak; Mr. 1 ~ ~1 ]/~ , , : i, i , ,,,~ ,.au.~rs..Dewayne Mrs. . .... Virgil Mohier and Glor- and Mrs. Bud Hills, Manka-. / ) No .... 5 J D 7-ft I)ower mower. All maeh ,' ,Nebr., Mr. and la m observance of Virgil s to; Mr. and Mrs. Maurme , B' / liW ] g / lat, . t~e~er, Kansas birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Du- Armagost and David, Rea, / m . ff/J ............ ..... i i ,~,u. lvlrs. Erling ane Wiley and children of Mo.; Mr and Mrs Dick AI- / ~~~ ~ TRITt~K. lq~,! (~h~v 9..tan trtmtl hoist ,talc; Mr. Ellis Mankato joined the group lington and Diane, Fullerton, AT THE [ i:ii . ..... -. .... ' " ...... ~riLake, ^Kans.; later in the evening for ice Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn [ ~~~!,/ BUILDINGS: r'arrowmg hog house, 10' X,I Mi sP na Cr rm. aan larKse'Martin Dahl A l ngrt att lwert, al ' b i; ] ;l ill 32-ft. chicken house, cut in half. i i rs " . , i:i :! .:~if!?: '~: ;~; ~: Roland Bun- of Hardy and Mr. Gone Mer- Ida ; R J Korb, Sr., Burr r.v 7" ='-1 L .......... o_ mrs. Kenneth rill of St. Joseph, Mo. were Oak; lVlr "and Mrs. Oscar ~11 [f~'~:~*~="" '~t ~nt~x --- ..tpg. u o, e~ oroxtuc ~tct~,,~ e~ autnalB~:iii:. Francis Wal- Friday evening supper guests Ireland, Iebron, Nebr.; Mr ~ ] ~" ~ ' 'it" Mr " ~ Gamin larnourl " x~x=~u ~ x~,~.',~t ' Y, . and of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley and Mrs. John Daugherty, . g .... A wmsomo , Manhattan. Keeler. , Ft. Collins, Colo.; Mrs. Ada wlsporrlo~)eacotton knit~ MISCELLANEOUS AND TOOT-e Staf- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weir Hills, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. tee-shirt styled for the Courtland and family of Belleville dinner guests were recent overnight guests ~. Louis Engle. of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Staf- were Mil- ford and family, and also of Agenda and called on Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Mrs. Minnie neth Huber, Sr. Mrs. Elsie Shedden and aer guests of her houseguests, Mr. and Free and Mrs. George Shedden, were dinner guests of Mr. Lindt rg Lowell McNichols, Douglas, Marcia and Kathleen, Burr Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Elton Gill- ett and John, Burr Oak; Mrs. Emma Thornburg, Mankato; Mrs. Grace Darwin, Guide Rock, Nebr.; Mrs. Jennie AI- lington, Fullerton, Nebr.; Mrs. Lela Dillon and Wilton Burr Oak; Miss Cray and : .:,i :: ii/:' , . PHONE FR 83419 . OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY... 'poor fly]" look. Whlte, CHICKENS: 50 pullets; 25 red herin; pales and sizzle shades, .... oto & FURNITURE .... , : ? : ~ili, i:~ -:: _ t Terms: Cash. Lunch served by Catholi ] REX CURRY, George Duntz, Smith Center, i : . ii:,:i' : ...... ::' ::::~'