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6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 30, 1993 ~~-----=-~ ~~-[[ birthday. Also present were Mr. k and Mrs. Delmar Rothchild and !I Lovewell.Webber News s. Burr Oa s Mr. and Mrs. Mark Joy and .... ~..~~J~ sons, Kevin Tuxhorn and a By Anna ~'--" s"--o~n,,~elastTuesday By Audrey Diamond Rose Marie McKeown, Mary friend, Schuyler, Mr. and Mrs. Avis Ross was guest of honor Thomas, Betty Reed, Phyllis Doyle Rothchild and Erik, Mr. Sunday dinner guests of Mike afternoon visitors of Marje and at a surprise birthday dira~ Sat- Purcell, Margaret Warren, Avis and Mrs. Shannon Rothchild, and Ruthie Caldwell were Marc Gone Johnson. urday at a Superior care. Others Ross and Audrey Diamond met Emporia, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell and Becky Caldwell, Superior, Sunday dinner guests of Beu- present wereMr, and Mrs, At- at the Webber church Friday Rothchild and Dennis Rothchild, Dawn Anderson, Lincoln, Matt lah Benbow were her brother, nold Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Jay morning to plan next years Unit- Dodge City, Travis Rothchild Caldwell and Rosie Caldwell. Bert Calahan and Donald Fox, Ross, Evan, Brett and Ethan and ed Methodist Women program, and Trent, Bryan Rothchild and Nancy McCorkle and Alice Albion, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mrs. Kent Ross. Kaye Bouray Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McKee a friend, Lincq~ Kathy Avis Beldon visited their dad, Earl Roesti and Hazel Beavers. visited Mrs. Ross Sunday after- visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Lindsay, H-astings, Deanna Newel, Hardy, in the Superior Monday morning callers of noon. Behrends Friday evening. The Bailey, Alex and Jamie, Shirley hospital last week. Beulah Benbow were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Warren, Behrends visited Mr. and Mrs. Crane and Michael, Mr. and Vernon Morris and DebraMrs. ForrestLiles, Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Thornton Harold Braun Saturday evening. Mrs. Marlin Rothchild, Chad Ann Jackson were married last Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dun- Saturday evening in the gazebo nick, Grinnell, Iowa, were last and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ross Mr. and Mrs. Delben Roth- and Sarah and Delbert Roth- in the little park on the east side Thursday dinner guests of Mr. were supper guests of Mr. and child, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roth- child. Mrs. Ivan VanMeter last Tues- child, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Joan Diamond visited her of main street. The Roy. Lester andMrs. Leslie Warner. day. Ed VanMeter and Wade Sorrell, Mr. and Mrs. John Mat- mother, Dolly Jennings, several Snyderpreformed the ceremony. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ercil Dorthy Oliver and sisters, Craven accompanied Mr. and were Sunday supper guests. Mr. thews and Mr. and Mrs. Howard times this week. She had been ill Anna Belle Rustles and Floye Mrs. Leslie Warner to attend the and Mrs. Von VanMeter and Chapin, Indiana, were dinner with a cold but was felling better Parmenter, California, were Baptist Church in Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan VanMeter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Sunday. were in Concordia Saturday to Rothchild last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond Thursday supper guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Warner, hear the Cloud County Great So- A family supper Saturday at had supper last Monday at a Su- and Mrs. Lynn Searrow and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Warner and ciety singers. Deanna VanMeter the Delben Rothchild home perior care with Mr. and Mrs. family in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Ercil Craven were is a member. They performed at honored Carrie Rothchild on her Richard Barry and were guests Mike Culp, Garden City, was last Sunday afternoon guests of the Concordia Fail Festival cole- of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Appleby a Saturday evening and over- Mr. and Mrs. Randoll Warner bration. Opal Joy Bothwell was host- Doris 1~cCanllnon for dinner last Tuesday at a night guest of his Aunt Midge and daughters, Aurora, Neb., to Courtland cafe to celebrate Mr. and Richard Oliver. help Tiffany celebrate her ninth ess at the DAR meeting at the dies at Jewell . Diamond's birthday. Last Tues- Guy and Patsy Oliver, Lyons, birthday. Superior Hotel Leslie Monday. day afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Dia- were weekend guests of his Joan Lammon, Englewood, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Watson called County Hospital mond went to Keamey and were mother, Dorthy Oliver, and her Colo., was a last Thursday over- on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both- Doris Josephine McCammon overnight guests of Mr. and Idrs. houseguests, night guest of her sister, Vivian Mark Butts and Erin. They re- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Reed. Friday morning Mrs. well Sunday afternoon, diedlastTuesdayatJewellCounty turned home Wednesday after- Johnson, Central City, were visi- Reed accompanied Mrs. Lain- Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dye were Hospital Long Term Care. Ser- tors in the United Methodist Sunday supper guests of Mr. and vices were at 2 p.m., last Thurs- noon. Mrs. Albert Wyatt. day from Harmony United Moth- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marr odist Church, Mankato, with Pas- lin were weekend guests of their came last Wednesday afternoon torKendalUttofficiating.Intem- grandparents, Don and Mary to the Dwight Marr home. They ment was in Mount Hope Cam- Modlin. By Janiee Henningsen will visit friends and relatives in etery, Mankato. Deana Dethloff was hostess Fallhasarrived.Thecoolbrisk the area a few days before going McCammon was born on a to Oklahoma to visit Mr. and farm near Esbon Aug. 17, 1913, Mrs. Gary Mart. Mr. and Mrs. the third child of Goerge and Monty Prescott, Manhattan, JosephineZinn McCammon. She were Friday overnight guests of was hospitalized much of her F. Stroup, 5-6 (2-7) 3-9-10; M. Hastings, recently. Mark and Kim Viets were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. childhood, but graduated from Neilson, 3-10 (5-6); D. Hughes, Beth Jeffery took Alice Self weekend visitors at the Dick Dwight Mart. They went on to Esbon High School as valedicto- 3-10; S. Marihugh, 4-6-7; J. OSt, and l~uzella Williams, Mankato, Schlaefli home. Addditional Sun- Beloit Saturday morning for a rian. Later she attended Kansas 5-7. to Hays last Tuesday to a Green day dinner guests were Elizabeth meeting. A cousin of Donna State University, but because ofTuesday Six Thumb meeting. Schlaefli and Lloyd and Lois Mart, Elda Wenzel, Hiwassee, illhealth, she was unable to obtain Video 08 04 Ruby Shoemaker and daugh-Schreuder. Ark., was a Saturday overnight a degree. McCammon taught her- Dave, s 07 05 tar, Scio, Ore., were visitors of Jerry Miles, Oklahoma, and and Sunday guest of Mr. and self typing and secretarial, skills. Barn 05 07 Edna Masters Monday. Oscar Jolene Sutton, Kansas City, were Mrs. Dwight Mart. Mr. and Mrs. She worked for Farmers Home Pizza Hut 04 08 Newlin, Mankato, was also a weekend guests of Tom and Dwight Marl Mrs. Wenzel and Administration in the Jewell High individuals: L. Clark,caller to visit the Shoemakers. Margueritte Miles to help Mr. Margaret Warren were Sunday Countyofficefornearly30years, 198;G.Guzik, 178;J.Utt, 171;G. Rosie Caldwell and Wanda Milescelebratehis86thbirthday. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. retiring in 1973.Shercceivedsev- Guzik, 479; L. Clark, 478; E. Howard visited Geneva Garman They treated their parents to sup- per Saturday in Mankato. Jay Edwin Marrat aSuperioreafe, eral state awards and the Superior Smith, 438. at the hospital in Salina one day Wierenga, Beloit, joined them for Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Warren Service Award in Washington, D. Classical last week. and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Warren C., which is one of the highest Wildcats 10 02 Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crane and Sunday dinner at the Miles home. were last Tuesday dinner guests awards that can be granted by the Esbon Misfits 08 04 Charles were in Wichita last Terry and Rosalee Phillips of Margaret Warren. Mr. and DepartmentofAgriculture.Itwas Farm Bureau 07 05 week to consult an eye doctor were last weekend guests of Mrs. Monty Warren, Cody and based on her ability to work with Jackie's Station 06 06 for Mr. Crane. Dorothea and Garrett Phillips. Isabella visited her Friday after- people, her knowledge of proce- Kier's 03 09 Recent callers on Vesta Sand- Bob and Shelly Kuhlman had noon. dure and her work performance. Do Drop Inn 02 10 erson in the Good Samaritan supper in Mankato last Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Warren Preceding her in death were High individuals: L. Peters, Center, Superior, were Winnie day to celebrate their third wed- visited Hildreth Russell last herentirefamily:herparents, two 235; K. Elkins, 220; L. Garrnan, McNichols, Ruby Skelly, Beth ding anniversary. Judy Hilman Thursday afternoon. Mr. and sisters, Bcnlice and Beryle, and 197; L. Pcters, 614; K. Elkins, Jeffery, Lester and Mary Sny- kept their two daughters for them. Mrs. Jack Morris were Sunday two brothers, Paul and Rodney. 527; F. Stroup, 510. Grandparents Don and Connie der, Midge Oliver, Lulu Shott, afternoon visitors. Kramer Funeral Home, Early Birds Earlene Jeffcry and Nancy Me- Schmidt and Carol Fleming vis- Neva Sisson died Sunday Mankato, was in charge of at- ited John and Janice McDanials, morning at her home. rangements. We will offer for utle to the highest bidder at public auction the following descrlbe~ personal property, located mouth of IL J. Woods Cabinet Shop on South 4th Street, llebron, Nob. at 10:30 a.m. on: Saturday, Oct. 9 Lunch on Smitty's now have at $7.95 a month NO DOWN PAYMENT : NO PAYMENT UNTIL DECEMBER (:all or stop for detail, We will not be undersold on any merchandise Jansen, Nob.. 402-424-2175 NEW TOOI~ Socket sets, complete: 1/4-inch, 1/8- inch, l/2-inch, 3~4.inch 1/'2-inch torque wrench: tes't morea1 4 Screw driver 6 Box cnd/openend wrench sets Several tape measures Many pliers-aide cutters and needle nose; Tin snips Punch sets Axes Auto body kit 119-piece 'I ,~I set 8 10-foot x 20-foot turps, tarp straps 2 3/4-horsepower bench grinder Ratchet handles: 1/2-inch, 3/8-inch, 1/4- inch Many pocket knives and Swiss army kmves Makita electric screw driver Makita 318-inch electric drill Airless electric paint sprayer gun Orbital air sander 5-inch high speed air sander S~ra Craftsman 4 1/2-inch ~$1egrlnder Professional air spray gun Air hammer kit 3/8-inch air ratchet wrench with sockets I/"2-inch hammer drill ' 38-inch impact wrench 3/8-inch cordless drill with charger Dual action air sander 3/4-inch impact wrench with socke~ 5 snap zing plier* Black and Decker 7 1/4dnch electric circular saw ~lack and Decker jig SaW Campbell Itauafield straight llne air sander 4 large ants of wrew drivers Bolt cutters: 18-in~, 24-inch, 36-inch Large open end wreathes 24 inch pipe wrench and 12-inch pipe wteach Crt~ent wrenches, all Sizes Sc~, ml sots of sockets only 4 inch and 5-inch bench vhtes l:t~ce pliers; rubber madleta; tow rapes; claw and l~Ipcen hamrr~=; ply bars, more tool= not mentioned GUNS Moo~ black powd~ double barrel ahot gun, Mndd 8-C Arms, Inc. double barr~ Spain shotgun, 12-gauge black powder, r~rnduction Jukar Spain percussion 45-caliber shotgun, relxeductien Red Rider B B ttun Pacific 20-gallon re.loader Texan 20-gallon reloader IIEAVY SHOP TOOLS Fomey 180-amp AC welder, complete Lincoln wire welder, W~ghouse ~ower supply can Watson-Stillman 1{30 ~n press with power unit 40/40 Coats ti~ rtmchinc, rebuilt, co~ltae Pallet mover, 12-volt system with 1,500-pound cepacity llydraulic ptrnp system on cart with electric ~test, 4-cylinder Wi~omin power unit KoMer electric plant gonet'ator, 15 kw, 3~hase and I phase with "Y" systm~, 1 l0 and 220-voh with 4-cyllnder Wisconsin m~, shedded, good Chain hoists: 1 1/2& lf2-um Bubble ti~ balmw,~ Chmnm~on 300-amp DC welder L~blond Regal steel lathe 3-phase gas powered generat~r Platform soale Mona Tape: drill prees Power sower machine 100-inc.h cable VElllCLES 1986 Jeep Grand Wagone~, loaded, 360, v-8, 86,799 actual miles, clean 1976 Dodge 500 2-ton track, 318 cubic inches v-8 44peed, 12-foot wood floor, ~lm and hoist, 17,500 actual miles 1977 Feed l/'2-tem 150 Ringer Super Cab, automatic, air, radio, 400 v-8, brown and whi,,, 1969 Ozedt Traveler Cm~o~, pickup mount, completely ~If-conutined, desn NEW AUTO ITEMS Ccole~ .ymm co~iti~a~, Armour All; Gas treatment; Turtle Wax; Spray en~el; Diew..l eo~ditiones, many other treatments d all kinds MISCELLANEOUS 2 Desks, wood and metal 2 Drawer legal file oabinet Show oau= New Fl~,at lights, 4-foot, 4 bulb ~nded ceiling tiles with grid work, 2-fon{ x 4-foot Eleetrl.c range, 30-L.w.h 2 Safes, 1 large, I srmdl 6 30-~allon pl~i traah cans 15 clothes racks adjustable rails 7 two-way r~&m, low band WrIF Royal manual portable typewriter GySer ~ounu= 2 window air conditionen, 110 and 220 Several bicycles Microwaves Electric stow green Phone system with central control, 6 set, with 4+ line capacity Ei~om ~mpu~r monit~ 2 UtlF two-way tadi~ 5 Sets ~ f~ders fc~ 8-inch and I0- inch tin=, nnw Electric h~pital bed New electric metm~: I/3 arid I/2- hmeepower Steel daelvlng Color inj~t~ paint mixing machine Folding chaLra 2 Electric garage doer openess Hydraulic oil, lS-g~llon 2 Reffigeratom, l Gibann side-by-side 40-font free staanding radio tower MM 18.4-34 tractor wh~ and "OPI~I" neon sign Workl~ada R.C Allen electmaic ct,h mgim, er Lota of misoallanoous not montioaed TO BE SOLD BY OTIIERS 1 Pax 5-urn balk bin 3 Pax 15-ton bulk 1 150-gallon fiberglm fertilizer tank 2 Re~ncy business band Mobile radio* 3 Bin augers 1 Beskley 4 x 5 irrigation pump 1300-fcot 6-inch gat~l irrigation pipe To view these iumm, pleue contact auai~, Owners: BILL AND DONNA GILMORE Sale Conducted By: t 0 145 Noah 4th Street ~ Nob, 68370 402-761.7270 AUCTIONEERS Brad Eltin$ - Gale Mlkkel~m - Cm'y Mlkkelten mon to Fremont for the 50th an- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bry-Rep News ant Clegg. Monday morning the ublic women traveled to Abilene to ~ _._ visit Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cle88.By Virgi~ l- ~-'~am~~ Last Tuesday evening they visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Frosty Clegg in Relatives gathering at the meeting last su~ Beloit and returned to Burr Oak home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerold Harold Mitchell g~ that night. Mrs. Larnmon left for Swanson in Jefferson City, Mo., cling lesson. ReJ her home Thursday morning, were Sybil Rahe, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. . Mr. and Mrs. Mason Hill, Joe SwansOn, St. Louis, Mr. and tended the 60th a Denver, visited his sister and Mrs. Grog Truby, Osborne, Mr ebration of Mr. m husband, Lula and Howard and Mrs. Scott Swanson, Hous" Johnson at the Shott, last week. ton, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Methodist Chute The Rev. and Mrs. Jim Schneidermann, Breanna and evening eallerS~ Thornton, Ruby Skelly, Mr. and Jordon, Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. land, Belleville. Mrs. Howard Shott and Mr. and and Mrs. Randy Rahe and Bran- Don Charles Mrs. Arthur Cockroft, Mankato, di and Mr. and Mrs. Chriswith asurprisc were last Wednesday dinner Springer. his 80th birth( guests of Shirley and Bill Wood Mrs. Charles Ocobock diedin Salina. Help at the senior center in Mankato. last Saturday in Fairview, Okla. were Mrs. She is the daughter-in,law of Charles, Suzie Alberta Gutscher visited her daughters and family in Missou- Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ocobock, Mrs. Arlen ri this weekend. Her sister from formerly of this area. Christie Petersea, Bella Vista, Ark., met them for a Amy Johnson was a weekendMo., Dane Pe~ visit, visitor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Charle Stanley Johnson, Central Mrs. Dana Johnson, and was Hays, Mr. and City, Nob., formerly of Burr honored with a bridal shower Kendig, Osbor~ Oak, received word last week of Saturday evening. Hostesses Kendig family an the death of his sister, Jane were Bonnie Elliott, Jean Jens- tory family, Alto_n~ Johnson Burnett, Wichita. She by, Jean Farlee, Cynthia Swartz, Sunday supPo graduated from the Burr Oak Deanna Hobelmann, Evelyn and Mrs. Leo High School in 1941. Hurley and Anita Cline. Keith to celebrat~ You know its time for fall Velda Linden visited the late birthday were ] when even your best friends Charlie Johnson children, who Boman, Mr. ~. refuse to take any more of your are visiting in Seandia, Friday. Davis, Erica and 1 zucchini. Last Monday she entertained day refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Even, Santa later to the Church Sunday morning. Ana, Calif., for dinner. Tuesday ed Cole and Chad Mod- Ionia News s~o accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Chad and Brat. Tanya, Cliff Even, Florence Linden, Rex to the Monday morning Bible mornings are refreshing. The re- Ranch Bowl study group, cent frost has turned the milo and Splits:B.Roush,3-10;S.Free, Dallas Renner was a patient cane fields brown and the trees 3-I0; D. Alcorn, 2-7; I. Fogo, 5-7; in the Mary Lanning Hospital, are taking on a cast of yellow. Janessa and Ian to get acquainted with their new son. ~.,., ,Wirmie Wilson c~ebrated her 94th birthday Friday. Her sister, Ruth Cotson, and her five nieces, Beth Byers, Irene Shelton, Evelyn Divel, Cathrine Byers and Helen Wesselowski, visited her Friday. They had dinner, later visiting with Ruby Sutton. Other callers were Connie Schmidt, Fern Tucker and Waldo and Kevin Wilson. Pastor Ann Jeffries is a new grandmother. Her daughter and husband, Tyler, Texas, have a new daughter. Pastor Jeffries plans to go to Texas as soon as she can. Karen Moyer was scheduled to have surgery on her wrist Mon- day morning in Salina. Her wrist did not heal properly when she broke it last winter. Ann and Stan Colson attended the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson a week. A memorial service was con- ducted for LaNelle Garrett at the Ionia United Methodist Church last Wednesday evening. Quilting last Wednesday were guest quilters, Dorothy Bohnert, Marigolds 03 Corkle. 09 03 ' Ruby Shoemaker and daugh- Forgct-Me-Nots SwcctPeas ~ 06 tel Seio, Ore., were Monday Snapdragons 05 07 evenha$ visitm's of Jane and I~l- Rose 04 08 son Han'is. Mums 03 09 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dun- High individuals: D. Smith, nick, Grinnell, Iowa, called on 197; S. MeCarty, 182; S. Mr. and Mrs. Ercil Craven last Marihugh, 177; D. Smith, 471; S. Thursday afternoon. Marihugh, 466; S. McCarty, 424. Delbert and Madalyn Steven- * In Lots Of Two Dozen Or More With Custom Designed Artwork 148 East Third, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 See us for screen printed caps, decals, magnetic signs, binders and posters Ethel Sandell and Mr. and Mrs." ors. Doris Divel, Lois Oplinger and Lennie Linden to Yutan, Nob., Mrs. Ralph June Saint, and regular quilters, to visit Gaylord Linden and Mrs. Wallace Ann Colson, Martha Dietz, Marie other relatives. Robert Gunn Burdett, Pauline Simmelink and Mrs. Howard Fogle and Kan., Saturday Margueritte Miles. Tending the Amanda were Saturday guests show. kitchen chores were Maude Jones of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Nellie Compton. Dana Johnson, and attended the Oliver in Susan Schlaefli played a piano shower in honor of Amy were Mr. and solo at church Sunday. A thank Johnson. cher, Elsie you card was read from Trevor Mrs. Jim Hurley hosted the char and DeBey and his mother, f---- -- -- -------=.,, iver is a: Rex and Janice Henningsen ~ Mr. and Mrs. and Dorothy Borger were Friday Velda Fischer and Monday nights guests of Monday to visit Pauline Menhusen.They attended Jewell aid at Villa Gr~ a Conger reunion in Delta and Breakfast maritan Village. Mr. and Mrs. Cederedge, Colo., Saturday night Monday-cereal, toast, juice, Mr. and Mrs. and Sunday noon. milk. LaNay Garrett left to stay with Tuesday-sausage, biscuit, and Dylan were rs her dad in Monta Vista, Colo., juice, milk. Mr. and M . Saturday. She had been attending Wednesday-bread sticks, pizza Haley to celebn kindergarten in Jewell. Shelly and sauce, fruit, milk. day. Tammy Kuhlman took treats to Thursday-oatmeal, toast, ba- Mrs. Calvin school Friday for her going away nana, milk. the state AA[ treat. Friday-egg casserole, toast, McPherson last Mr. and Mrs. Rex Henningsen juice, milk. Lunch day morning s~ visited Johan Menhusen in Salina with her grar Saturday. They also visited Ed Monday-chicken pattie, tater Mark McKinneY, and Diane Simmelink. tots, green beans, apple crisp, roil, inne3 S, Harold and Neva Shoemakermilk. gram at attended the antique and machin- Tuesday-meatballs, scalloped Belleville. Mr. ery show in Stocton this weekend, potatoes, mixed vegetables, Acre, Mr.ShoemakertookisOlivertrac- peaches, bread, cookie, milk. rained with tor to the show. Wednesday-ham sandwiches,clties. Mr. and M._rs, Bob Flynn, p~ato safari, corn, strawberry Last Abilene, visited Nellie Compton jello, cake, milk. , 1of Mr. and Saturday and helped with miscel- Thursday-sloppy joe, potato were Mr. and laneous jobs. chips, peas with cheese, fruit cock- and Mr. and Warren and Ruth Diecker and tail, cookie, milk. son. The Mrs. Brad Zeigler visited Marie Friday-turkey nuggets, tri- brate Mrs. Dale Burdett Sunday. taters, corn, strawberry shortcake, day. Mr. and Mrs. Von Taylor roll, milk. Mrs. Dana hosted a birthday party and dinner Salad bar served daily. Jack Smith, Ila Sunday at their home for Cole's White Rock ginia Petersen 12th birthday. Joining Cole were Breakfast cordia District Clay Henningsen, Todd and Monday-cold cereal, toast, Women meeting Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Rex juice, last Tuesday. Henningsen, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tuesday-sausage sandwich, Mr. and lVltS Taylor and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. applesauce, and family Von Taylor and Levi. Wednesday-sliced ham, hash guests of Mr. R. J. Phillips visited Mr. and browns, pineapple. Hobson. The Mrs. Garrett Phillips Sunday af- Thursday-cinnamon roll, can- were last temoon, taloupe, guests of Helen A number of persons attended Friday-muffin, applesauce. the Parish Singspiration at the Lunch Jewell Ionia United Methodist Church Monday-chicken and noodles, Sunday evening. There was good whipped potatoes, green beans, attendance. Several specials were plums, wheat roll, chef salad. performed. There was fellowship Tuesday-sloppy joe with bun, after the singing, french fries, com, pineapple tid- Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wise were bits, chef salad. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday-lasagna, lettuce The Jewcll Tom Miles Sunday and attended salad, bread sticks, applesauce, Long Term the event at the church in the chef salad, memorial in evening. Thursday-hamburger gravy, McCamm Darwin Cockroft visited Mr. whipped potatoes, broccoli, roll, Ozmun. and Mrs. Daryl Cockroft last week. butter, pumpkin pie, chef salad. The Jewel Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moyer Friday-hot dog bar, baked po- LTC Activit visited Anna Remus Friday at tato, carrot sticks, fruit cocktail, memorial Hilltop. chef salad, memory We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following machinery located 2 miles east, 2 miles north, 1/4 mile east of besbler, 12:30 p.m. on TRACTORS AND OD~ 4-row IHC lister, fast hitch Small 560 Diesel Tractor WF, 3-pt. 2 Minneapolis Moline grain 2 IHC Super C tractors, both drills Good run Slde-del/very rake, good wood John Deere No. 45 combineDrag springtooth with cab 2 IHC front-mount cultiva- Pickup Old combines, for parts tors pumps , , MACHINERY Fast hitch 2-bottom plowSllde-in stOCk' IHC No. 16 silage cutter IHC 4-row; 3-pt. Ilster MiscellaneOUS Fast Hitch mower McCormlch No. 46 hay baler all kinds 3-pt. shredder BMB Othermlscellaneousmachin- MiscellaneOt~ 2-wheel trailer ery for scrap iron and bltSargM One-way Dry fertilizer spreader IHC 12-11. tandem disk Single-row.corn picker mower 4-row pull-type godlg Gravity flow trailer 4-wheel trailer Super C posthole digger Manure spreader lO00-bushel bin 1 1/2-yard dirt mover Tractor tlre chains Grain elevator 2 300-gallon fuel barrels Bale fork 250-gallon prbpane tank not 3-bottom pull-type plow Habco 200 portable grain Fast.hitch cultivator dryer Falrlasae TERMS: Cash or good check. I.D. requlred for bldder's number. All when bid off. No property removed until settled for. Not announcements day of sale take precedence over printed advertlslng. Mrs. Walter Thiemann, Ikde Condu~l~4 ~e' Gale Mlkkelb~a, Cemplete A_-ction ~ l~tate and Aplmdsal Service PO Box 184, 8uperlm', Nob. Phone 402-S79-4464" Auctioneers: Gale Mikkebsen Brad [ and !