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/ 24, 1966 J'EVCELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B Iwere Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patter-, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.1 I Guide Rock called on Mrs. Let- ed in tl~ IdOh:nunity before anMdrEdithdF~rg:r ~;tonSU~l~!~ son and Tommy of Cambridge, Gordon AIcorn. [tie Korb Sunday P. . , movi g ' , . full I Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Thayer Mr. and Mrs. Gh, n Culsun of [ Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Mohler, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jeffery and children and Johnny Os- Lovona Battle,, ] and Ronnie and Mr. and Mrs. K;ins;is City h,vo becm visit- ]Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Myers of aud family spent the weekend tl:'Oln of Belleville, Mr. and a, [Wylie Blair Lynn and Gall. ing Mr. anti Mr:< Clyde Wilson ]San Diego, California were with friends at Argolfia, Kan- Mrs. Terrill LeCleff and son and Mrs. Willard Rails-I Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz and with relatives ;tt 3cwell. Thank you. Idinner guests Monday at tile .,,as. of Clyde, Mr. and Mrs. Jason ~d children have moved[ and Sherri were Friday even ........ Brothers, Sisters and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Han-[ Sutliff holne. Twelve ladies enjoyed the Loudermilk of Superior and ~0rne where Willard isling visitors at the Lynn l)ietz Obituary - Barnett families cock and family _were.help-[ Mr. and Mrs. Saul Martin rMissionary meeting at the Beulah King of Burr Oak visit- ~ed, [ home in Downs -- ing her parents, Mr. ana ~rs.| called on a cousin. Mrs. Mabel I church baselneut last Thurs- ed Ida Pugh Sunday. rand Mrs. Fred Alcorn| Mr. and Mrs. Alhert Van Charles Franklin Barnett Koch of north of .Lebanon,]King, in Smith Center Wed [day aflernoon with Mildred Quih' foggy but mild this I~ily of Colorado SpringslWcy, Mrs. Sybil Finch and was born March 1, 1887 to I = celebrate their ffftmth woo-/ ncsday. Callers to set.' the Mar Iwi.st.w and llazel I)iehl as Monday morning. About sea[ .the Armistice weekend/Mr, and Mrs. l~'l'ank Za(tinn Roberl 13ndsey and Rhoda |lm~Cl'f~rlft (ling anniversary ~unaay. [tins Weduesday eve,ring tnlhost(,sscs, t{eports of Yeal'ly ~;onable temperature the pas~ Ilis brother, William al-lspent Sunday evening at the Caroline (George)Barnett in I~IIIIIMdMhlliM . Mr; and,Mrs. Lester t~roy-[visit with their teacher, Ml'S.[Me(,ting were given, week. | Roy Van Wey home. Odessa township, lowell Mrs E E Ransom los o.t lvianKato were, / Martin, were: Mrs. Gerald[ t','aver meeting will he dis- -- and Mrs. Rex Henning-| Mrs. Rex Henningsen and County, Kansas and passed .... even, rag guests m me M e|McMains' Mr. and Mrs. Bob[missy'd this Wednesday night, 1 | re the narents of a baby/baby son Russ came home away November 13 1966 at "m,,, W,,o~ n~,,,,r, Corn- mecnsner nome. .... |Harney of Superior, Nebr. ]Nov ')'~ 'Is our pastor Wendell II~l~l~rlldlldt~rll !,ss aiien, who arrived|from the hospita, S,turday lhe Veterans Hosp,tal .in muni y car(t party Saturday _ M~ a.nd Mrs. ax ecanssi[ Everett Terrill accolnpanied]l~ar,,eU is speaker at the II lalllJt,/R '~mith County Memorial/Mr *nd Mrs. donnings t~org(,l' (;rand Island, Neor._ al: the night resulted in a good n.e[ uu~[m m ~J..u,,...~,~.~ .~..;.| Mr. and Mrs. 3ohn McCh'ery/ Union Th;mksgivin~ st,r;'i('e fit. i~r.... ~t= ..... u ~t.,k,,, r. , ( f) I coas[ lor a VISIL WILII tHq;~|I tlll~ lVlddl~lllall ]lallilDilldl~l ~1 Nov. 1,). He has an[ visited them Sun(lay evening, a/de of 7J years, 8 .m .nths crowd and a good time with . " " , ..... , ..... :., ...... n [ of Esbon to Superior Thuvs(/Hy [ lhe ChrisliHn Church at Hurrl ~ls and 12 da s He attended the ., nome talKS m.'st rHuay ~v= - , s ' I S J ter, Cindy, and a bro | Mrs. Ruth Gall of |lelntq, " Y'' " . Mrs. Varena Mechsner hl~hl;~,- ~a,~,~ h,~,q h,,ei .... th~tl and were droner ~ue,'ts q u v [()ak H1a! evening. ()[i~e llill Ladies Aid Society " ' his C 1- trite, teats,-- ,,,u o ............ . , - , . . ..... . . Clay, to welcome him[ Calif. Mrs Ruth Melrose a ld ruralschools m . . on, and Mrs Georgene Bossenl_^,, ., ,.._ .^ .... a t | day evening ol Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. CI,ulde W,d he d a 1 a day inoetmg Tues- ' , . " , . Ud.ll~U HIIII LU IUI3~.A'~Ct flll~ k~'~'' " , .* . ," ' [ Mrs Helen b rosen both nl munlty, and play.ea Dase gn low for the women, Gdbertl ... ,^so., :~,,,,a~,,~ but will/Terrdl. I h ce o[ Kmgman Kansas visit day. Mrs. Herman Roe gave .ry edison spent a few|Dodge City and Mrs. Bertha wl.th the D.entonla team. ,e Countryman high and r st of[ Mr. and Mrs. Art Myers dried his mother, Mrs. Wallace, the devotions. nthe hosptal for x-rayslDietz were Thursduv supp(,r enloyeo tins re.c.reauon ana Seems low for the ff -rela-tives/San l)i(,g,, cur Mr.. andlb'(,thcr. Mrs (m.nn Ml's l'au Blackstone and / " ~ ~" ' Vl 1 Lllli~ Io%~ . , t check-up. I ~uests of Mrs. Syhil F ~(' ~ and in lal(.r years, lmeu to s t Clarence Moore holding theI xl,~,na wont home with hm:[ Mrs. Sau Martin of Wo(d turn, I Wad ace I1(t lmmly, and sister, Mrs. Fred Marine were guests ~" ' al)t)tl[ Lll S no|)Dy next' ............... luck number The , 1 1 ii s uld h n v . ge crowd attended the ] Mrs. Gertie Collntrylnan. -. ' " ~ ..... Y " . narents to visit until[ Oregon Mr'. 'uut Mrs. Uh' ( I Mrs. Noal l a "L'. f ' . ;tt the Mission Covenant sun,. .... a ..... ' ..... d ....., rio was a vmeran oi worm *,art,, at the usual time, tne ' " ' ' ' ,..re. a,,,., ,,azaar on Mr. aria tv, rs. ~,o,,a ,,,etz .... . -" ...... P -~ ~ I Max ~,ets back. l Mohlcr, Minnie Sutliff Sl)ent la ft'w thlys last week. Ch(n'('h in Courtland Wednes- evening at the Ion-land Sherri and M,'s. Lynn war serwng coun:: :y second.Saturday evening mI So very sorry to hearl Wednesday ew, ning in the[ s,,,ne have e,tHed on India day Mrs Marshan Bishop ae- U.B. annex. ~Dietz~tnds~'~sw~'.~(;~n~r~ia~r~mt~ct~e~.'~ut't~`~utyDecemDer.Lvery~nec~me.'tthe~suddendeath~[C~a`~k~a~a~`~tta~.nt`Ti`t~Mat~)i~.'.a~.t~.t(~(~Sa.'`a..ita.`~.~.~``.`it`.t~t~n~t~urt~and illral services for Charles visitors Saturday. Lynn joined 8, 1919. l[ellrst raesPl?:ntedaftO; Mrs. Lorena Pate andl~v~su Grace Black, who pass- tins aud Myt rs It ft Thul'sd'w lhmlt 'It Superior Nebr She and I is[ted her sister, Mrs ~ett were held Wednes-them Saturday evening for doUrly,at Ca~PaFUg ~nd Gay- Ch~rlsd.re~apnd I Ha:gkMr" and ed away so recently, service a. m. for ('alifornia by the I,,as m,,ved there last week l';lla Patterson. Iternoon at 2'00 p m atlsupper I'o owin- his dis !v~ : ........ lot Mankato today. Wordsl sour wr ~ route 'l'. n lhq tmspital. Mr Leo Stenzel of Omaha k~ ' . .... many. ' ~ g . lamuy cemnratea a mue . ' . . . ssa Chu/'ch w th Rev. |Mr and Mrs Ro a l)l(Iz . halz, e from the arm" he . .............. ] fall me to tell of some of theJ Mrs 1.ett e K ) 'b 'e('(,~vt'(I ;I l)oml'~ I~ H ~t It Ft it, l" dt f w'ls a Mo ~(h y overnight guest '8 ' t. ~,-' - :, early my myth(lay ~ ~nan~S- . *" " ' ' . " " t'SWmdler of Lebanon of-lwere Friday di mr guesls of farmed for awile In later " '" .... the Joe[gd things that Grace haslcalI from her niece th'~t herll'~rv F,lht,r l)flhm Ver(l'~ anti of Mr ']~d Mrs Dave Stenzel ntsln ' ' ' ' " " ~; He was laid to restlMrs. Dean Leonard and ral,-lyears' his home was in Leb-] g~v::ghomUen~.:sY tt~et Hawkinslalways s.td for. She haS 21rl nephew' Vernon lloff, hadll~uth (ilovt,r, Dora and M,dnl A pot luck snpper and pro- , ~amily lot in Odessalily I-lnonDuring his brief ill-leomu ..... Ul ,,, *,, T-~Dauah Iways taken me rtu . g |passed ~way ~nd funeral will]W.irntr lh t'n MeNthols and grain was held at the Oak ~r ~ ~ reunion visitors In her home , al Y Ulth mtlltary rites[ Special number Ior ehul'chlness h( was cared for by his[nl.l. ..... a short vaca-I .... ~[be this Monday. Ib'dilh l,'olger attended the (;reek Commu ty Center on ~GOrdon M. Brown Post I Sunday was a vocal solo I,y I br(,tiaer, Lester. I~on'w~'tl~r'h~s relatives for Iand made them all SOoWhetrl .... -- ........ I joil,t W. C. T. U. Institute with Thursday evening. non and the Perry A. lMrs Wanda qqnnnmel, accom I Charles was preceded in lThankst, ivim, i come and so real y, ..... 51 [tilt, Burr ();d~ Union last Tues Mrs. Claude Snyder, Mrs. :rost of Esbon in charge. ]panied by Mrs Margaret lost, ](l('tth by his parents sisters[ Merry Mq'xer club metlga t.nl,ng, s sne 9is.mat sse[ ItS --// | [(lay I1 Ih, Mt, thodi"~ church t.,i, lludil)urgh Mrs Ralph I to " * ..... .... sne will De misses Ior .o .......... ." wn relatwes attend-] Mr. and Mrs. l)ean l.eom, rd. 1_ Armm/a Kennedy, Bessm[with Faye Boiler last Thurs-! ..... h[ N/'~rthhr~lr~lrlrl [ h,ssie tl'u'ris o" Colol"ldo l)ve lVh's. Marshall Bmbop and ere: Mal.y E. Wallace of[Marts and Jacklyn were Sun [Mason, Sylvia Outton andIday a}ternoon with six mere-ImanwiYthm~nrgSim~rn~YmPa~a~] Cold r, lans to spend [M'rs. 1,. B. Stansbury attended .~; Mr. and Mrs. Bob l day guests at the Rolls Dietz[Nina Barnett, and one brO-lbers to answer roll call. The lrelatives 1 Edith Folger Thanksgiving itnd visit h(,r I the Extension Achievement at ~e of Salina Mr. and[home [they, Arthur L. It[me was spent visiting and[ '-" [ Isis[or Martha Harris. and her I Maukato F'riday. ,~Ud Wallace of Tipton;I The class plays of the high] He is survived by two l Muriel Mechsner won the l [ Visitors at church Sunday]b~"olh[,rs, Mr'. and Mrs. Neall Several hldies from the Olive ,~llace of Phoenix, Ariz.;[school classes of Eshon, Burr I brothers, Ira A. of Burr OakIguess box. The next meet-I~., ,~ II|lnor~fing" were' Mr. and Mrs.[ltar'l'is and son and Mr. an(Ill{ill cnnununity and from Su- ed Mrs. .... F C Obert of [ Oak and Jewel were wkq at- ] and Lester L. of Lebanon;. ing in two weeks with. [ Ira Craven of (' i dwell hi,, IO', IVh,s. lmt'n I1 'ris. of Red p( ' r altended a surprise '0ud; Ira Barnett of Burr [ tended and enjoyed l,h'iday ev-]3 sisters, Zella D. Ca'kl.SlGeorgene Bossen and it w,ll,C0untv ,,,,,,,,,,, =,,. ~nd Vie[an Ost or Man- ]ening. ()ur comlnunity has/of Osawatomie, Mary .Win-Ibe the Christmas meeting. ] ~ |Oak High 'School" and her [week I Ad~, Warren at her home Sat- lace of To eka and Glaa s .... [ high school students in vii ell P ,, . Y J Mr. and Mrs. Dale Coun-[ ......... o...,,.. | mother, Ruth Swimery of Val- I Mr. and Mrs. Walter l)ilhm I urday. Mrs. El'fie Burgess and _and Mrs. Mart Master- [ these schools. I Barnett, nephews, meces, ltryman and Lisa are off on a; turn. harry ou~u=~ /ley Center Kans~s I entt, rtained Mr. and Mrs. John I Mrs. (h)l(ht Broyles were hos- tended a Pioneer SeedI Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Korb and[cuslns and frmnus, r I trip to I.ll!nois . to _ spen, d_l Mrs. Gus Bernard of Fair-I The Cravens are visiting her l l)inon and children and Roy. I tesses. "g at Belleville Thurs-lfamily of Burr Oak were Sun-I ~vmmorlal berwces were[Thanksgiving with ManeiSlbury Nebr called on Mrs. lnarents Mr" and Mrs Saml.,nd M~s Wendeh Wu'nett at[ Mr and Mrs Bill-Ward and. [day guests a week ago of Mr.I he3d.. ,.Wed.nesday, M~. OaVl~ &[relatives.. ......[Grace Haworth Thursday a.m.l~izner 'of 0:shon. lie is co[mty [:1 birthday dinner for Walterl Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Woerner ~..Ed Weidenhaft was to-land Mrs. Glen Thomas an(tlJ,~Pt~ at ,~.uu r. .. .... ] Mr. and mrs. Lrnest. latt-] Mr, Everett Terril and](.onamissioner 'lnd the son ofIS(lndfv )~ere Thurs(~y supper guests 'the hos ital Frida mor ' uoessa ~nurcn wlm ~ev. ner and daughter ana lvlr ~ " , ' * on ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ~P ' 'Y -/family. l ............. qciatin- [ .... " I John Kalghln from Lexmgt .IMr and Mrs 1 l Crave1[ Mr 'lilt[ Ml's. l'l'e(l San(lt, r [of ~vh'. and Mrs. Paul Black- er treatment and care. I Bob Thomas or Wichita and lL)Y~,. ~_wlnu'er_u_[~h.. ,e~'lMrs.. ~wax ,)vrecnsner were lNebr made a business trip tol (de'ceased) Tt~ey 'formerly lie ]~,m t(ntel'tain('d iVl'wlha Harrisl , tone ' Ruth Gall and Mrs. lWalter Lee Thomas of Hutch [Z_~.~II~ ~)~jst~ac; witl;}.gvests zor ~,un~ay stoner m IYork Nob. Saturday. [ ' I Dietz visited their sis ' nmF, a a, me nome oz Mr. anti~virs. . ' , -Imson were weekend guests at]~..,k.. ^~.~...** as accom,,an-I ....... I Sorry Mr. and Mrs. Walterl ars GertieCountr-man [ ~r,,. ~1. ,~ m~. ...... h ......a .at.[ ] lviclua rxouu~ P [ MIKe lVlecnsner. ... ~ ..... / :. ~ ,, ~,,= ,~,e,, .,,u.,a.~ ,,,,,,,~ a,,u u u[ [st Casket bearers were, ..... , .... ,,._,t ~ngs' names ot UKlanoma I -- ,~Y. ]some pheasant bunting whiletiqa'rry Ritter, Dewey Seems,] EvWret~rl~:$~Ydt~heemi;;or-t}were le.ft, out ,ast week. Theyt ~ ~ ~ -- I~, ~ ~ ~ ~ * nd Mrs Arnold Rose here were VlSltlng at the home of t' ';:" .... ".] ." . ..... [~larry LaDow, Elmer Seems,]tune to get a fall with a load[ ' ," ' . " . . fI ~ ~ ~ MM~m ~ ~ ~11~E ne IN,it onal york Mr anu mrs tmn l rain is IS thmr s~ster lvtrs aessle ~.- _ ' " 1 " ' *'" ~ ' ~ " I A1 Ward and Charles Chr' -[ of round bales of hay, break- [ " "*' ' , '" '" '1 ~ ~ ~'EE I~W / ~ I I ~rr: Councilor Waterloo, [ and family and Mr. and .lylrs. [man. Honorary Bearers were ling his right arm in [he wrist l Knight. ] ~ "~~ ~' ~ A"!11 .~t~ ~.~ v e were tuu m alton Harold Shoelnaker and lain , n Howard Rev and Mrs Alsobrooks .... ' " 1 ........ [George Brow , Iwith a bad break. He wasl " ,. sl t~ with representativesl ily were among those attending I Brooks Ward May, Fredl taken to the Smith Center lcalled on Mr. and Mrs. Grover I ~ ~ I, -v ~ .,,,,-- T ~ ~ " ~'~gland Canada and the h Gra 1 r in * l'n' ' " , _ , |t e nd O e Op y Salt a [Brown, Fred Rogers and Eh[hospltal. ]Mrzner Sunday P.M. ] :" ~tates. Enroute home/ Thursday evening I Shively. He was laid to rest l Mrs Muriel Mechsner and] Mr. and Mrs. Vern Kiehl of] ~ ~ ~. _ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~L __,~ visited Mrs. Rose'sl Mrs. Garnett Thomas of|in the Odessa Cemetery withl " I ,, /_ in Omaha. | Smith Center spent the week I the Gordon M. Brown Post[ I | ~azaar, and Chur.t~ Sap- [ end at the Glen Thomas home. [ of Lebanon and the Perry A. / ] ~'-II1~..~ -'~--~ "~" ~ -.-."~ r" "~_~ ::~ l{ nsored by ~tffe;(/,or~ia/Delmar Thomas returned l Lamb Post of Esbon in/ ~1~ ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~ ] i~' ~ ~~ ~ ~li'i "~~'~rJ ~8. was a big success.]home with his grandmother to[charge of the graveside rites.} 1 1 tk L 1 I Ir It ItS / t~ to all of those who[visit until Thanksgiving Day. I | 1 _lr 1 ~L. ~IL~I~ .1 / ~1'~~ ~~'~ "~,. ,. Donations of bazaar] Harry Colson is on the sick [ CARD OF THANKS I mm q=n [ w ' mm" v "1-" ~mod, work, enthusiasm ] list 1 [ FIRST PICK YOUR DF_dltLER | I~ II II 1 ~11 II @ ~ ~t..ll . ~eiallythefunandfel-, Billy F'rostof Smith Center[ We do deeply appreciate, [ ""L'-'"-" ,,,. GALLOR$ of 0UALITY are greatly appreciRt-/spent the weekend with his I the help and acts of kindness I THEN PICK YOUR USED CAll [ .............. ~'Y ~lere were 171 suppers I [ | ; ! :; and the auction a11"toun-I IOUR FINANCE PLAN IS TAILORED TO MEET YOUR / / m~ 1 l~ ~ ~ 1 ~ 1 " I554.40. I , 1 FAm INCOME / I / 1 1 T Ir" 1 I kPrankZadinafWash-[ 'r.A,tU' , / i" I State spent the week- lll/~l~lk IUU. ~Ith Mr. and Mrs. Roy . ] --------0 1 //1~- ~~l,, )'US S'~0C~ ~ey. Mrs. Bud Zadina I want, to Lake this means of thanking all the I [ 1 1 '~raily of Beloit joined"" . ........... . I 1966 TEMPEST 4-DOOR SE-. 1964 UICK SPECIAL Fac-~ / [ ~I~N~ I I I !~ / t0r - , I line voLers oI deweu Loumy ior Llqelr supporL I DAN V 8 .... I " . 1 t t#,,~ ..... m m 1 ,m~ m ~unaa,, sinner ...... ~ ........ I . -, ~momatic, ~'owerltory air, power sleering, new| / ! I I a In the recent Novembel Genelal Elect, Ion 1 Steerin radio tires low miles e Shay Mrs. Charles Wright " .' .' , " ' " g' " g' P" ~ ~ ~ ql II d~ '/ ~JJ) ,~d a Mexican Exchange I to carry out mv duties in such a way as to [Steering, power .brakes .air IV-8.4-DOOR. 2 SEAT WAGON. I m II aa A A I I II II R ! II qP Im " Were weekend guests I ........ ;..., ,,. ..... ta .... S" Icnd"ined" b-cket seats. A I Automatic radio, air, etc. I lit / / IR/II II / Ii I I II/I II/I II I Ill / r-. L 11 ! ' aad Mr~ .Tonnina~ Rnr- [ x~.t ~u *u. vv ~J~ jwta .a;~ ~H u~ ~,~su~ u **,,u~,~, [ real sporty car. in,,= n~nar |at~ na;laana ~ H I1~ I III ~1~ ~ / ~ III I!1 II I I I I / I I I I d Charlotte. I feel free to come on Ul) to the 1.1111'(i ~:loor an(l I 1966 RAMBLER 4-DOORI 1963 BUICK ELECTRA 4-1 , , al~d . ~ STATION WAGON Factory F II r ir , Mrs. Glenn Bartley I become better acquainted with the building, I [ DOOR. u power facto y a .J i ~ail were Sunda uests .. * air, standard transmission, oo , , ,a-.~-- .. Yg I as well as the Offmers who represent you I .... L " i . |A g d buy. 1 ,tock! Corovel I / I/liTn O'll'tt/ F O "' "" " " - . " .. * . .- " , " 1963 BUICK LeSAB E 4-[ LAT % WALL PAINT ' u,,~ o,m.~, = [SU er throe I will 1)e glad Lo chat wILh you and 1966 BUICK LeSABRE 4 P ior. Other guests '. " . " DOOR SEDAN. 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Ready to go.| .... .... i ll')tJ~P~ 1 AII~'I, White ana ~4u ' 1962 BUICK ELECTRA 2 ~ ,r r. t/ Insurance ] I / 1965 BUICK WILDCAT 4-t "[ I Colors. Reg. $7.,)8, per gal. aloner'/ I I OOR HARDTOP.. F?,t?ry] ?OR I Overstock Colors! Cook's I i I law power steering, lOCal own-Iau-. ~ Wvvu t,u,=auu ,..a / _ I rlaDI&/! 1) Al%JrlD All #'1...1..,~,., ,~ 1,4EI~.Eg AND # .... - .-,,.....,,., ./ ck-a,-one I .It&l, llVl .It illill ~kll ~L~UIUJ['I!I I__ ." ,a ,.,l~Jl../[er 12,208 aclual miles Justl 1962 BUICK Le=~=~," '~-I o,~au,.,~ a " ~MEI~E tie '~EI~ WIgE"~* ~*\ ~ ", " II._ . J ..... ~ ~','-~ ,T - c~4Om~ ",~.~'~,,~j [like new. I DOORSEDAN. Power, Air,] ..... T ..... ,,,,, I c,.1 R,,,, SS ~* - ,ma rlno i __wHu I ~HC~ULD] ~ \, u /////'/'~,'~[ 4/ 1965 BUICK ELECTRA 4-[automatic, etc. Very clean. I ~ATIN IkNAl11kl I .. "_ "~'" .'" "'f ......................... ~."'~ ,. -- I ELECTEl - I///[ "- '1"// ' - 1/DOOR Equlaped with PowerlLots of good service 1 O/T[llll la11/1Ul|iaL I t/t. Reg. $2.62 ........................... qil,tl ' \\ t~ / "~ \ ~:', It& k:~- " '- " . , , Life In ,,rnn I ~lT"E I "4 5/steering, Power brakes. Air[ 1961 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR. I _. I ' i FOI~ THE li ~ I ~M .... . ~ ~i[ =t~l'-?~]~- /condit,oned Low mileage f Radlo, heater, standard drive. I8 Scrubbage Colors 1 9o gal on [ vl oR)R ~,~NaMt,,. e, ,,.a,.. , Man I caEI.ECTRA 4-[Nl c, i0 POI~iTIAC VENTURA 21 Reg. $7.95 O I (;al reg $7 09 L.,. I r~.,u=,- ~J~g.'~('/'~'{~..~S,~-~,~-'~l~ll~ |DOOR HARDTOP. Full power I DOOR HARD TOP. Automa-I nts Reg'. $251 Now $1 69 I ,,, ",)L. "a.., ...................... et talKing [Vinyl top. A real nice car. "itic, radio etc. A sharp car. / ...... I .......................... "=r J _. I / 1964 BUICK WILDCAT 4-1 1960 PONTIAC 4-DOORI I , hke /DOOR SEDAN. 24,000 miles, IHARDTOP. Automatic, redio, j n;,----tinued Colors! Cook's I IMPLEMENT ENAMEL: , ' ~'~j~_~_~...~ ~'a~///]r~ |power steering, factory air, | heater. Good car. / ........ ?-;... I t new fires A perfect car One 1959 FORD 4 DOOR A fatr naaotone . , . hisl / / - "'] [ Red- Green- Black ' ) . ~a P C 196 CHEVROLET ~ TON 4 ...... 1966 GMC ~ T OUnd financial or I ut the abstracts to your White ltouse Reg. $6.41 , / t I " # ' I i VVA iA V , [g, col, your in one of our new modern Safe Depomt R ......._....[speed, heater, bumpers, over-I $1.00 quart, Reg. $2 10 I : RS Man toda -- iLW 4speed, heater~ wide]lads, etc One owner, sharp, i " [ FIRST COME-: IRST SERVEI l oxes. - ~ I box Very clean. Priced to sell. I 1960 GMC =-TON L.W. I I J 1962 GMC LWB TRUCK. JTRUCK. 5.25x2011res, 4speed,I HIC, H 11Rq I:N&MR I ........... l "osno 0 , 900x20 tires, 2-speed,v400012 speed axle, heavy duly| ,,,,Jl, U== ~,~=v&,)l~ Ulllll/luu | ~I)I~IHAI (~ O~T ~ ~-A1 T.rl~M" CA~Q ~| H ~q~A /, dut- ' rln .... o " , ......... *t**o ,,u" ..... ~*, a'~*'t~ ~J oq] JoJ oils oql po]aoios uo]~ulqSeA~ a~joo0 |neavy y. I Sp gs. Keaay to ~ . / COLORS ONLY | . , . ............. 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