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6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 24, 2002 i Formoso By Elaine Clark ii i iiii i|11 iii i Ada Grimm was a visitor of Lonnie Myers, Savannah and Gatlin, Randall. A community baby shower is Nov. 3 for Amanda Brown and Tnstyn. Becky Huber and Gloria Massey visited their mother, Ada Grimm. Tony Patrick, Salina, Vera Dempsey, Alene Heinen and Gene Clark visited Joyce Patrick. Jack and Nancy Higbee, Vera Reed and Elaine Clark visited Jeremie and Christei Nelson and daughters, Visitors of Kenny and Becky Huber ' were Nancy Howell, Gloria Massey, Robert and Ada Grimm, Phyllis Jones and Shelly Guzik, Mankato. Becky hosted Bible study with Phyllis Hurd, Patty McFarlane and Gloria Massey attending. Richard and Nancy Spiegel returned from a vacation trip to Nashville, Tenn. Ila Nelson ztnd Nancy Spiegel at- tended the Kansas WIFE State Board meeting at Lindsborg. Tracy Pillard, Lawrence, was a guest of her grandparents, Wayne and Rita Allen. Saturday Rita and Tracy, Kay Zimmer, Bey Hall, Courtland; and Chris Garst, Topeka, had lunch in Con- cordia to celebrate October Birthdays. John Peters visited Pernell and DeAnne Peters and Katie, Topeka. Ronald and Iva Lea Payne attimded the football game at Mankato where their grandson, Tyler Shaddflck, par- ticipated in the homecoming ceremony. Al and Julia West, Topeka, were guests of her parents, Ronald and Iva Lea Payne. Kayla Sly, Belleviile, was a guest of her grandparents, Dale and Ivah Hoard. Larry and Glenda Keeler, Tonganoxie, were guests of Brad Keeler. Nelson Keelervisited Sunday evening. Mike and Melissa Herrman, Jacob and Ashley, Great Bend, we.re guests of Jim and Nancy Howell and Matt. Mike, Melissa and Jacob visited Joe and Amanda Brown and Tristyn. Phyllis Hurd went to Salina to at- tend the quilt show with her daughter, Becky Patrick. Vera Dempsey visited Erma Dunstan. 1 I Northbranch By Ruth Glover iii ii Group singing at church Sunda9 was led by Susan Janda with Lauren Jeffery at the piano and Rosetta Jeffery at the organ. Special music was a solo by Curtis Jeffery. An offering was* taken to pay for the new digital piano recentl); purchased for the Fellowship Hall. Friends Women met Oct. l0 with 11 members present for an all day work day. Beth Jeffery was hostess for the potluck lunch at noon. The FW are hosting a chili and pie supper Oct. 27 at the church. Earl Buckley returned recently from a trip to California. He went by air- plane from Kansas City to San Diego where he met his son, Ron, who was there from Hawaii. Roger and Sandy Buckley and family, Aurora, Colo., drove to CaJifornia to meet with them for a famil); gathering. Steve and Teri Price and baby Emilee, Wichita, were weekend guests ofherparents, Herb and Rosetta.!effery. Pastor Ken Smith went to Dallas to attend the Billy Graham School of Evangelism and they attended the Billy Graham Crusade. Norman and Velma Lee Smuck at- tended the Senior Camp at Camp Quaker Haven near Arkansas City. Walter Dillon, Lebanon, was in the Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Supe - rior. He is home now. Letha Carstenson, Westmoreland, and friend, Ken King, Wamego, vis- Red her sister, Erma Dillon and John. John and Linda Parsons joined them for dinner. Patsy's sister, Joyce, of Bladen was an overnight guest in the Warner home. She went on to visit her brother in Wichita. Ken Smith's parents, Ivah and Jerry Smith, Lacona, Iowa, visited them. PUBLIC AUCTION As I have sold my house and am moving, I will sell the following property at auction at the residence in Republic, Kansas on: Saturday, Nov. 2, 2002 Auction begins at 10 a.m. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: COINS: Silver dollars: 11 1923, 1922, 1926 and 1925; Morgan dollars: 1896, 1889, 1891, 1900 and 1925; One Eisenhower;. 14 Indian head pennies 1884dg08;Seated Liberty half dime 1895 "O"; Five Barber dimes; Liberty'V" nickels; Steel pennies; Large assortment Jefferson and Buffalo nickels; Quarters; Shield nickel; Large assortment, wheat and Lincoln pennies; Good assortment, Roosevelt and Mercury dimes; Seated Liberty t876 dime; Reagan, Jefferson, Kennedy, Washington, Lincoln and Truman Double Eagle Comm. Coins; The Presidents American series; Assortment of foreign coins; Good assortment of other coins; complete list on web site at a later date. FURNITURE AND MISCELLANEOUS: Oak veneer secretary with drop front, curved glass and bevel mirror; Tiger oak parlor table; Oak desk; Oak ver}eer dresser with mirror; Oak office chair; Large oak dresser with Magazine rack table; Oak 3-drawer dresser with bevel mirror; bevel mirror; lngraham mantle clock; George Washington picture; Germany i Amanda Marseille No.390 A 21/2 M. doll head; Two doll bodies; Cupid Awake and Asleep picture; W.K. Kellogg old time puzzle in can; Two Edsel plastic cars; Stuffed Santa with leather boots; Large assortment of Christmas decorations, some very old; Two rayo lamps; Aladdin kerosene lamp; Kerosene lamp and base; Three silhouette pictures; Picture albums and card album; Assortment of pictures and frames; Republic Care pencil holder anCbeer opener; Celluloid dresser set; 1949 thermometer; Farmers Union Grain & Supply Courtland, Kan., souvenirs; Farmers & Merchants Bank, Scandia, Kan., saucer; Cigarette box; Flask; Assortment of Republic, Kan., souvenirs; Scandia and Republic tooth pick holders; Two- gallon glaze crock; Crock jug; Meadow Gold scissor sharpener; Oval picture frame with curved glass; Coca Cola bottle opener; Griswold cast skillet; Sad iron; Coal bucket; Ice cream dipper; Wood bucket; Marble baseball game; Bat'm UP marble game; Two, McGuire record breaker collector plates 1st issue; Ken Griffey, Jr. collector 1949 Baseball book; 1940 Football book; Assortment of old magazines; Tinker Toys; Old hats, neck ties and assortment of vintage clothing; High top shoes; Wood coffee grinder; Pipes; Assortment of books: Little Men, Kansas Speller, Kansas Reader and etc.;Green ceramic horse head lamp '50's era; Spoon collection; Salt and pepper collection, approximately 50 sets; Cookie cutters; Traps; Granite roaster; Muffin tins; Tin tartlet set; Cook books; McCoy 16-irh bowl; Pyrex colored mixing bowls; Noritake painted bowl; Carnival glass bowl; Noritake painted relish; Painted bowls and sauqers; Epergne ruffle bowl, nice; Two piece Swedish glass; Brass pieces; Relish plates; Divided nappy; Blue bird plates; Good assortment of Fire King bowls, saucers, cups, dishes, custards and etc.; Large assortment of pressed glass; Large assortment of collector plates, church, city and state; Silver plate pieces; Bicentennial plates; Orange, green and yellow salt, pepper and flour set; Androck'egg beater; Candle holders; Egg plates Goofus bow; Tin Circus Peanut can; Assortment of figurines; Vases; Bells; Pitcher and glasses; Large assortment of linens, crochet, embroidery, scarves and fancy work; Large assortment of costume jewelry, pins, hat pins, two fancy; Rings, ear rings, pearls, Olympic memorabilia pieces, some West Germany, Scotty Dog pin, cameo pieces4 Two old pocket watches; Jew61ry boxes; Embroidery patterns; Assortment of other antique and collectibles yet to be found; Assortment of advertising pteces. CAR: (Wtll sell at approximately 1 p.m.): 1999 Oldsmobile Cutlass, 4-door car with air, cruise, etectdc windows, 3100 SFI, V-6 engine, automatic, 12,500 actual miles, taupe color, like new. FURNITURE AND MISCELLANEOUS: Divan, dusty, rose and blue, near new; Newoak round table with three leaves and six chairs; Sears 19 cubic foot refrigerator with cross top freezer; Whirlpool H.D. auto washer; Whirlpool electric drye Cedar chest; Bed with box springs and mattress; Roll a way bed; Six-drawer chest; sewing machine with cabinet; Box springs and mattress with frame; Two-drawer chest; Coffee and end tables; Divan; Humidifier; Card table with four chairs; step stool; 2 electric heaters; Electdc fan; Lawn chairs; Luggage; Exercise bfl;Revere ware copper bottom pans; Large assortment of points, pan, cookie, sheets and etc.; Skillets; Pyrex; Tupperware; Silverware; Coffee maker; Mixer; electric skillet; Bowls ancasserole dishes; Cake molds; Glasses, cups and dishes; Utensils; Crock pot; Toaster; Apple peeler; Large assoflment of household and f kitchen items; Games and puzzles; Metal detector; Cross cut saw 18-inch hedge trim'mers; Assortment of tools; Assortment of other miscellaneous items too numerous to list. TERMS: Cash LUNCH: On Grounds VELDA LINDEN '. Seller Website: www.llagasseauction.re.com- E-mail: IlagasSe@flagasssauction.re.com AUCTION CONDUCTED BY LARRY LAGASSE AUCTION & REAL ESTATE CONCORDIA, KAN; LARRY LAGASSE i JOE ODETTE Phone: 785-243-3270  "- 243-4416 CDA sells lots on U.S. 36 An inquiry has been received desir- ing to purchase two lots along High- way 36 which belong to Jewell County Community Development Association. The group approved selling these lots for $4,000 each at their Oct. 21 meet- ing. The motion qualified the purchase to a specific purpose with the sale to be completed by Feb. 1, 2003. JCCDA will have first option of purchase, should the lots be unused. Edgar Marihugh reorted a drier sunflower meal had been shipped to Pinnacle Technologies for testing by a USDA lab as a use in manufacturing. Several indicated they would go to Pinnacle Tech if the results are posi- tive. Leon Boden, presiding officer, asked about testing ground sunflower stalks; that would be possibility. Jim Dooley plans to attend a Value- Added Conference in Wichita Nov. 12-13. Paying for overnight lodging was approved. Strategic Plan Action Committee will pay his mileage. JCCDA will offer mileage to Gary Tordrup, who plans to attend one day. Listing available buildings for rent on a web site was approved with the coordinator to learn how to update this site. Approval was giver, to pay for mile- Shallenburger tour stops in town Kansas State Treasurer Tim Shallenburger, the Republican nomi- nee for Governor, today announce6 plans for stops in this area, including Mankato, on his statewide general elec- tion bus tour. The Mankato visit is tomorrow (Fri- day, at Red Rooster Cafe at 9 a.m. Shallenburger begins Friday by stop- ping in Smith Center at 8 a.m., stops at Bel Villa Restaurant, Belleville, at 10:15 p.m.; and American Legion, Concordia at 11:30 a.m. The "Victory 2002 Tour" aboard the Sunflower Special bus, will also feature other stateside GOP candidates. The four-day tour almost 2,000 miles and will include visits to at least 30 communities. Shallenburger said "i invite all Kan- sans to participate in this exciting ad- venture and look forward to meeting old friends, and new, when the Sun- flower Special comes to thei? town". Dave Lindstrom, Shallenburger's Lt. Governor running mate will also participate in the tour. Other Republi- can candidates for statewide office who are expected to participate in the tour include Congressmen Jim Ryun, Jerry Moran, attorney general candidate Phitl Kline, treasurer candidate Lynn Jenkins, insurance commissioner can- didate Sandy Praeger, secretary of state Ron Thornb, United States Sena- tors Sam Brownback and Pat Roberts and 3rd Congressional District candi- date Adam Taff. age and registration for the coordina- tor to attend a Rural Issue Conference at K-State Nov. 21. Reports on activities and needs at Lovewell Lake were ziven. Moreover- night housing is needed throughout the summer and fall. The coordinator, Fawna Barrett, re- ported on the status of the Hazelwood RLF and SBA loan application. She had attended a NCK Regional Plan- ning Commission meeting for Eco- nomic Developmentpersonnel where emphasis was on sharing information among the counties and ways to coop. eratively enhance the region. The group will meet quarterly. She will go with NCK Rural Development group to tour manufacturing places in Clay County Oct. 22. Efforts are being made to connect people interested in buying Mankato Hardware with a supplier. Boyd Silsby reported about meet- ing with five Tribal Indian Chiefs in September. They want a central meet- ing place for PowWows and looked at some of Charley Smies land. They will meet again in November at Guide Rock. The first shipment of wheat to Cuba in four decades was Jan. 8, 2002. Cuba purchased 70,000 tons of wheat in the wake of the devastation by Hurricane Michelle. Chamber members hear 'fish' stoz 7 Kyle Austin, district fisheries bi- ologist with Kansas Wildlife and Parks Association, was guest speaker at a recent Jewell Chamber meeting. Austin serves five counties, includ- ing Jewell. He samples fish population in area lakes and monitors the water for healthy fish habitat. Blue gills are needed food for predator fish. Fish eat to grow. At the present time, he is counting and measuring fish. To do this, he uses a gill net or a shocking boat. Electrical charges temporarily stun fish to allow them o be caught, counted and re- leased as they recover. He takes samples of scales to tell the age of fish, as they have rings, just like trees. Jewell County State Lake is one of his stops. He has to remove many carp from that water as they overcrowd the game fish. He does maintain fish feeder in this lake. About 3,000 catfish are stocked each year. He reminded pri- vate pond owners that water may need to be stirred in August if it is hot and still. Water needs to move to keep oxygen levels in balance. Terry Mayhew conducted the busi- ness meeting. A brief accounting of the Corn Show as given. Deb Bohnert . recognized committees for their work to make it a success. Trinity UMW served the ham loaf dinner before the meeting. Results posted from JeweH Corn Show Tractor Pull Results are posted from the tractor pulling competitions held during the recent Jewell Corn S,{ )% r , N  ,es are listed in order, p!:>': ' ,mlg with first. Compact'l'ract  .,, .),,loc,, LuII -Class I: Ron Melz. Craftsman; Bill Anderson, Massey Harris; Brian Anderson, John Deere; Brian Ander- son, Wheel Horse. Class 11: Earl Varney, International; H::rold Topliff, John Deere; Lawrence t3omav. John Deere: Brian Anderson, P:mzer; Brian Anderson, Panzer. Class II1: Donn Topliff, David Bra- dley; Darica Bohnert, John Deere; Damon Bohnert, John Deere; Bill Griffeth, John Deere; Carroll Seeman, Massey Harris; Darrell Bohnert, John Deere; Bill Anderson, Sears; Bill Anderson, Turb; Bill Anderson, Ford. Class: Carroll Seeman, Case 446; Bill Anderson, Minni Moline. Class IV: BilLGriffeth, John Deere; Damon Bohnert, John Deere; Donn Topliff, Ottawa; Bill Anderson, Speedex; Bill Anderson, Joques; Darica Bohnert, John Deere. Pullers: Jr. Bouray, Superior; Bill Anderson, Superior; Brian Anderson, Glade; Carroll Seeman, Roseland, Neb.; Harold Topliff, Jewell; Donn Topliff, Jewell; Ron Metz, Jewell; Darrell Bohnert, Jewell; Earl Varney, Jeweil; Darien Bohnert, Jewell; Damon Bohnert, Jewell; Bill Griffeth. Pull Back Tractor:. Jr. Vandergiesen, Smith Center. White Rock Middle School gets awards Seventh grade students at White Rock Middle School received a Chal- lenge Award of Recognition in math and the eighth grade received a Chal- lenge Award of Recognition in read- ing. These award were made by the Kansas Public Education Task Force, as part of the inaugural Challenge Awards. These awards recognize schools for outstanding achievement and uncommon accomplishment based " on Kansas Assessment results from 2002 and other qualifying factors. For each of the six state assessments, 60 state schools were originally i(Jentified as high performing. O Friendship Meals Monday: Chuckwagon steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, broccoli Normandy, wheat roll, brownie. Tuesday: Beef tips and brown sauce over noodles, asparagus, oatmeal, peaches. Wednesday: Chili, tossed salad, crackers, cinnamon roll. Thursday: Roast beef, mashed po- tatoes, gravy, cauliflower AuGratin, wheat roll, apricots. 3 miles east and I mile south, beginning at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2002 TRACTORS 1981 Fort/TW-20, cab with air, 7,000 hours, front weights, 18.4 x 38  duais-g0nd rubber, 35)oint' 2-hydraulic, 540 and 1,0( PTO.one owner 1951 fl"lC Super C tractor with Kosh Belly mower with belt pulley, Senai No. 105192 1815 COMBINE AND EQUIPMENT 1984 MF 850 hydrastat-1369 actual lars, cut wheat and m/to only, always shedded, AC is 134, very dean-one owner-no :::'ain head wilh hume reel and bat reel " " MF540 5-row, 40  corn head, center head 10 fool strip down head with windrow pickup 254oo1 fiat bed ta axle steel deck trailer, 30 loot overall length Jantz 24,000.pound COmbine trailer, tdple axle TRUCKS t975 Ford F-700 tandem grain 5"uck, euslom cab, 361 4-barrel, 5.spaed, 2-spoed, grill guard, dual 50.gallon saddle tanks, 20- foot  bed and hoist, ,hur-lok roll over tarp, 900x20-inch orr. tool boxes, shedd, 52,670 actual milee,0ne 1975 Ford F-700 gra truck, single axle custom cab, 361 4- barrel, 5-spead, 2-spaea, gdn guard, dual 50 gallon saddle tanks, 16-foot st bed and hoist, Shur.lok roll over ta, 900'0-tnch now ruiner, tool boxee, mldnd. 40,480 actual n'$ee, one ownor NOTE.. Both tmc bought new with con#cutive ser/N n, Men#ca/ /n or with  care and maintenlnce. CRAWLER TRACTOR 1977 Dresser TO 25C crawter tractor has open rops and sweeps, direct start' power sft tmnsmison, hydraulic lilt, at least 60 parcent under carriage, recent engtne ovefflau1450 hours ago, 2-spaed steerlng, new culting eoges, evehlng works. HORSE TRAILER   Sooner Oyrmty 18-fool 3-1orse slem traier t padded dtviaers, caqeted dressing room and fully enclosed dust proof ta , always sha0dad, exit condition. PICKUP 1971 Ford 1/2-ton pickup, 390, 4-speed, 4x4 with flatbed Lunch by J & P Gdtl LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT Stroberg cattle headgate " Two, 2-bale Stroberg bale feeders Eight Wmkel slant bar feeder panels Three new Winke116-foot gates with hangers"  Three Sroberg 12-fOOt walk through gates One 12-foot Winkel gate One 12-1ool Winlu walk thtoogh gate One 3-foot Slroherg_ walk through gate 18 Stro0e 12.foot cattle panels Cattle back rubbers Two 84oo1 stock tanks Two stationary creep feeders with mas Two .2-10n portable creep feeders with removaie stal, good and usable EQUIPMENT Cmstbuster fotding hoe drill, 10-inch spac, ng, 28-feet with Peterson D,'ive, shedded, very nice. IHC No. 60, 4 to 18-inch pull type  m rubber-hydraulic Case IN NO. 10, 5-shenk tpper with Stiltite points M Welding 8-foot dozer with Ford brackets Cmstb 244oot fdup titteolh, three tows teeth hatto Krauee No. 732A d-el plow with anhydrous with new heees, hydraulic. Fold, will pull nurse tank, has spikes and swaeps 165.bushel gravity flow trsiler tm single axle dual wheel frame IHC 124oot dump rake, like new Dahue Beaver tail 24,000 pa combine Iraiter with ramps, w$ wo for swather or rd g boy spra HAYING EQUIPMENT Sparff New Holland No. 851. big round chain 'le eeer, always , excellent conditn Jantz _lunlpar pull trailer lot halling hay 9-am1 Tonutti rota rake, Mod No. 350, wdl turn cane windrOws 3-point, 2-wheel wk,,drow tum JD 5-Gyro mower, puff type 204oo1 gooseneck heavy duty trlpta a.de trailer with hay tack for 11 bi 9 reurl bales MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Pickup L Shapad split tank with pump and too box IHC axle mount dual 18.4x38.inch Mile guards Good stea tool poxes Three good 900).ineh truck tires 100.g,lon tank moted trac s0reye( Throe 300-gall fuel bare,Is on stands TWO bale round bale fork 1,000-gallon steel water tank 6x38-1nch Speed Kin9 auger with gas engine, runs gooa Westfiel 8-inch x 61-toot PTO auger, like new Ulility bed On  trailer lh fuel barrel Twenew 1 l/4-ind'x 204oot steelpqes Twonew 3/4.inch x204oot steelshang Toro 600 ish moveer, selgprupelled with mulcher, like now APPLIANCES GE Ptolile sher ind dryer eel large capacity, like Pro Sorles weter conaoner, lenew Most equipment was purchased new and has been well care for and shedded. There will be very few small items- he sure to be there at starting time!!! , FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: BOB KORB AT 785.647,-5951 TERMS: Cash or check with proper IO, Propey ts yours when bid Off. All items sold in "AS IS" condition, dascnption to the best of our ability. However, the o I auctioneers and printer make no werrans either expressed or implied and are not ressibte for any stolen or mis#aced roperty. No property removed until sett for. All announcements day of sale take precedence over written advertising, Auctioneer ot owners are not responsible for accidents. R.M. , owner Korb Mikkelgen Re:TCEsYtate & Auction O Gale Mikkelsen, Real Esta Broker Auctioneer and Apprair __ P( Box 184, Superior. NE 68978 Phone 402-879-4464 Assisting Auctioneer: Brad Elting E-maih mr44608@alltel.net Website: mikkelsea-realestate-auctions.com lewell County 100 Years Ago Frank Bevington, Jewell, represen- tative in the House, grew up in Calvin Township and attended Kansas State Agricultural College. He was ateacher. He owns 32 acres of Jeweil County farm ground and is a member of the Jewell Hardware Co. and Implement Co., Jewell and Ionia Warner Winslow i buil(ling a new house in Whitemound Township. Curt Terrill moved to Esbon. We understand he intends to run a meat wagon in connection with his butcher shop. R.R. Richardson and wife moved from Otego to Burr Oak. Rather than take a dare, a Randall boy chewed off the head of a live bull snake and another youngster of the town put a live toad in his mouth, just to show he wasn't afraid. J.V. Beeler, Mankato, showed ears of corn 10 inches long and 8 inches in circumference. G.R. Wellman, Burr Oak, put down q 50-foot well on the Bush place and has 32 feet of water. He has put up a windmill. 80 Years Ago Box supper and pie social at the Palmer School, Dist. 19. Daisy Moore, teacher. Fred Brinkworth has just installed a steam outfit for use in his cream testing at the Henningsen Produce Station, Burr Oak. Wood stove and all the pipe for sale, $5.00. O.H. Beanblossom. The trial of Harroun Williams of Lovewell, on a federal charge growing out of misuse of funds of the post office, drew a fine of $250 and 90 days in the county jail. Mankato Opal Lamb spent her birthday last week at the home of her son, James and wife, Carol Lamb, Clearwater. Bruce and Teresa Murray, Benton, hosted a family reunion for children, grandchildren and great-grandson of Jerry and Marjorie Murray at their home. The family participated in a hamburger cookout at noon and a weiner roast at their picnic grounds back of their home along the White Water River on-'Saturday evening. Attending besides the hosts and the Murrarys were Sylvia and Dwayne Drews, Ryan Reiman, Trevor and Kristyn Reiman and son, Brendan, South Coffeyville, Okla., Mark Murray and Tom Lore, Kansas City, Mo.; Teresa's sons Darren Thornton, Lawrence and Coty Thornton and Nicholas, Pratt. Sunday noon the fam- ily helped Brendan celebrate his' sec- ond birthday with presents and a cake, baked by his great-grandmother Murray. Jerry and Alice Kinsey attended the football game at Lawrence Friday night to watch Dain Dillingham, son of Sa- rah Jane Russell, play for Free State High School. Saturday they attended the wedding of Jamy Jeffery and Nell Theilen in Kansas City. Jamy is the daughter of Gale and Kathleen Jeffery and Carol and Roy Dewitt. They vis- ited with Alice's nephew, Carl Oliver, Jr. after the wedding. On Sunday they visited with Alice's sister, Sharon and husband Carl, Wamego. Doug Thomas and Janis McDill attended the wedding of Doug's nephew, Adam Bruntz, in Grand Is- land. Jerry and Marjorie Murray and Sam and Gyra Wagner, Smith Center, were in Branson, Mo., viewing the scenery, going to Silver Dollar City and taking in shows. On the return trip home they attended the KU-Texas football game at Lawrence. Jerry and Joyce David left Saturday to do some traveling west and will be back for the holidsays. Chet and Virginia Hanson visited Chet's sister and husband, Rachel Lauretzin. Bert and Audrey Diamond visited in the Mark and Becky Butts home. Becky is recovering from recent sur- gery. Rex and Thelma Freeman, Jim Free- man, Orlando, Fla.; Max and Judy Free- man, Belleville; Dale and Joanne Free- man amdBob and Deanna Freeman, spent a few days together for their annual fall get-together. Herbert f {,,hncs, of the Bost' ick State from the L ounty jail The Fairview Harrison lunch at the Oak election day. M.M. County Sheriff. A horse race will Ix aftern,:  tween a ,,, maker and a horse named White. 60 Years Ag o An unusualb vaccination mad, tion of the co the county board of education. county, pre-school school, should The war trans A.W. Wilson, Joe McDiII, Thompson held a tion, giving t securing certificates All farm trucks, pi pulled by power get certificates. Jewell County's collected 1.25 million drive is continuing. Max Ten:ill Terrill, lost an arm the sorghum mill. A World War I machine. erty of the 115, Legion, drive" The Legion dismantle the gun The members say to war. 40 years Ag o Montrose defeated in a six-man football.'l ers are Stanl, Wayne Dem ard Watson Robert Dempsey was a squad but hat injury. Marilyn the 142 frest year Thirty-eight from are enrolled at K-State. All of last School: who is in service Chilcott Motors, Ford 2-door, $195; Coupe, $195; 1955 radio, $150; 1947 ton, $100. 20 Idella Johnson cele birthday at LTC, Julie Malcom ior Miss, is a finalist Miss Contest in Mankato Merchants light Madness Sale." Fifty exhibitors sixth annual Farmers kato, and 1,000 people Twisl Mankato mixed steers, wt. pigs by head, $47. Norine Hajny, of a free Mankato, worth 10 years, Heavy rains and 7dk namely milo and 3O three to four rain fell in scattering The frost is on everything else Vote for publican candidate for Jeweil County tors donated back tion treasury their $237.50. were chosen royalty. Mankato the Cougars won play in the third ( was called. The the Mustan 47 yards passing Cougars had three and had a total on the tackle chart. GOLDRUSH GEN OPEN HOUSE Friday, Nov. 1 1:30 to 6 p.m. GOLDRUSH GENI00" Gu/de Rock,/00b. 402-257-2200