Monroe Evening Times (Newspaper) - February 13, 1946, Monroe, Wisconsin
MONROE EVENING TIMES, MONROE. WISCONSIN. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1946
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Spring Is Near
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* AIQ' Cif those algal* s1»icH bs Bumf
* people regard as triad and trad,
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By DcWitf MocKcnxic
\ %«h lated pre** ,Arab st
largely d I solved in the waters, automobile bearing two large hospital (or Ev en the trees were killed. black-lettered signs was semi on dectomy. . .
Characteristic Grand Forks streets.
However, it is a characteristic The signs read "Just divorced, of the Dutch to smile through and "man wanted.**
their tears, and the Boche mean- | -
ness has been met with a philo-
Medemblik. Holland From the sophical determination which is intCrCStina Items
top of the great dike which holds well represented in a Jigsaw pus- *
I »ack the acutes-iv* waler* of Ult /Ie with which the chiton ti ol the From the FllCS Or
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toro yuu un the land rote as far Thin depute the predicament of I RC Evening Times
de- the flooded area in a humorous _. _
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Mart intown and Winslow receive food and coal to relieve shortages caused by mow drifts. ...EA Hosier, native of this vicinity, dies in St. Louis . , . Power shovel only answer to Monticello road blockade. High-
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I THE BIRTHDAY MURDER ,
J* LANGE LEWIS
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Mi the eye can reach a scene of
\asternal that to lagged in United light Theres the pretty young Nations records as one of the housewife standing on a tiny is-meanest war crimes of the Nark lewd in the flood with a basket of This was the flooding of the W on her arm, looking as graal Wieringermeer farm colony though abe to afraid she will get of 48,000 acres by dynamiting the her feet wet. There s a fat and dikes and letting in the Zuider perplexed pig on another island Zee. that s Just big enough to hold it. _
Three villages and 512 farms And a contented farmer is catch- way antimissioner Kotin says !.
were wiped out The Germans did ,n* •» from the roof of his bam. Highway crew ope its road be
th is without military reason but St* the colonists are digging as tween Orangeville and Freeport solely as an act of hate on April the spring approaches. The gov- In time to rush J. Paul Gnagcy.
ll, 1945. Just before their surf en- eminent is paying for the losses Orangeville school principal, to
der. sustained by the young couples
I An t Heal Em will replace their houses at I
| But you can t beal the Dutch roT*™ ^i
that was Mi Mrs Mack and I were attached to Uiia model
Irariwd with <farp «.Urf»ctioB M.» yimn«t*Ttwm
during a lour of much al Uw area Jcw.tr> "**? —d ta—I -»» *w* with Govemmetit Supervisor A ^ E *'*tim lox me in Ovingr Today, only IO months cT,Mnl*ln* Wwrk ** Pkkatine. All
— after the ft«*«ri mg the great electric only ab^uT Mohave rvtumad^Sa pumps of the dwetapment have ?T *B*RrRB<L ami
drained the land. and the farmers 11 w lu fc xh A * * a f
25 Years .Ago—Feb. 13. 1521
House of representatives is asked to impeach Federal Judge K 51. Landis for “high crimes and misdemeanors in office**; proposed impeachment based solely on Judge Landis* connection with organised baseball . . . Mrs. Werner Schmid dies at borne of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Blatter. Brodhead . . . Warren9wins from Monroe high, IT to 14.
Ever tried a want ad?
CHIROPRACTIC CLINX M. J. GONSTEAO
When Sick of Being Sick—See "THE CHIROPRACTOR"
X - Ra* and Nr ut oca I oho* ter
Phone 273. Krv 101
CHAPTER ONE Ut The pertly stnnen don't rcal-
Wbun Vactairte Jaeoti married iy give enough. Victocia. They Albert Horn*, bee id oad intl- take more from a man than they
mate aegttaintencBs gatftod. Softie ever give back You are not, a wandered how she pst^htoa, The pi iitiy wbbmms. Ybb have our et willy one* mmmmi n.» no ■ ■ i-,% the tuost inleriBling Cacas t have postulating, with tehghL the | have eden
**5l5?ir hiratye tmBiimn that your face w*tuid be *'*od ____ ____________ _ „
whkcti rn ma cfi ate ttv^n nig yle* uuooth wood. **** DnuaW Knobel and beni, and ample barns and had
JJS* Mm 5a ML ^ mre ewprflew*-dnfig , HNga Nicholto. and gnpted three tillage* a* sd.
* suits and rich flower _ __ HMi nod cbML* Mb BRBBtoBBd Flank IlcfJuilUtti 4 mini Me and ctdofitoflA rented from the g<>\A*m-
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reported here that all the
already are starting to plow for —— the HHS crop To be sure, the snug
Mr and Mrs, Hilbert Sraase. bouses and bams have been de»-Windsnr. lf. D were guests of troy cd and Ute farmers with their Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Bruit cen. families live miles away In aurure Ralph Inersons, York. Selmer round log towns, but the land Albany and the Norman hasn't been ruined because, for-
wad*, the waters of the Zuider Mr and Mrs Gordon Palmer Zee arent salt and daughter, Judith, Mrs. Ken- Hie colony was brand new. for *»** produced her third set of en
neih John*™ and wa Dick. the tend was reclaimed from the calve*
Pfaitet tile, were dmncr goesU of aaa only 15 yearn ago. The gov- ,l wws her second pair withii
Mr and Mm Robert Hokxamh, ar. emment had built the tidy bouses • *«*r*
Flashes of Life
By \« or laird Prrna lUkU
Paul. Ida — bpi — Thcophil Pfeifer a 5-year-okl Jct set' cow has produced her third i
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ta,*, MW md iWrtwr mm* ****** UL. ST Ai MMW St md kmrnu* **» md Mn, Min INhoke mad were youthful folk Just starting bdl It put him In a hosp!-
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imagAnslive “ )t tH*<i (ms was t*t in HHlc mow than be net expected J_ lhn*bbcd with youth,,
“ * witerttig sbak* and a akin, the You would give it and accept no
whimail* alw ays worked them* thanks and my bk 41 IL for get ii.
;iave You heart: The s.slesl... Packed with T. fi. T. (This ’n’ That)
the South Pie tile t fourteen months, recently telling abn r-old daughter auto
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tnml lanon pub blue*..
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the shades right <*«t ^ im$y> at: tole imb- tmf* Thomas Hnasveeit. Mine Ftorenre
Mrs K. H Schul ae, Middleton. bitUwate was so heavy that babies
Anton Hefty was in Mmme. atmeared ftO tn<S CIM MMMTS l«i,h
in Manwaring s larynx.
ratiges all cd nature ’'
"Men muto net ne^ams m m mmm §f«r short... cengk gmyuui ... -A~ir thew collie* hacB'Mse megnse »«■* t at t«*at rn* *
male plum agr f<a aaamamr toPMgjb it stit b Mag Moaen N -
are Coal and iMtoitoiliBg* You ll ward by a atelets m4t*d, m/m de* ' Albert
Mir coot rayon and rayon-toto* »d- mrftiied by <or dared observer aa “Yew, if
l^iHKii^ype rn 3-piace BBBmrn* boy mg bm** siM'Wd by an Bit way. yon are. But this is
sutta, traditional and idhfbo haw*** Mn k**1*w»l« ey.gtaaar* prtaiil, You lunsl tntd me yet
jacket*, abort* lor beach. bto-yeW twair *voMk*d rn* ber p*.*i#ded whet
end antohtBg. hang and tomrt im; ber ntpeBM Bwee^Mtoto^ MBI | Mg yg towBa fliiaHy bs
dees* stouts- wmnst robe*. b**w , *ui on any lad buntal I
J- appeal«*l to grue im rut) b
sued a thought down the length of . ... . . , _ m latveland, and Irene Hanson, New *,«. „.. ,rui\k?^ *
^ of • ^^4/? * Z Tatoed. Vsiirui dal n*4 waul citers* ,P.r w were nappy and the e-vrrit.
be aft AM Bg-----rn- «*— o It. tebet nrte* abe hET’ ST n...- •"«* »» ■* - punrto mer
Its model expel iment lulu tht
Arcadian .acene stalked the beast
the Alto hampered breathing and
an immediate operation was necessary. Dr Dale H Smith said the bdl was four inches tong arri an inch and a half in diameter
TS. vin wo news .. • me* ' through again itastle playing lith
said tightly. * im a p«*d drat99 Janesvilte. visited ifito'Mn ****** experimenL Into this
drtightedly Fred w mum -hl L .
you want to put ll that Lucille latveteod visited Kalb- K*"i inr
hmm Paget in Pmrpon otemisis bcnie the latter were
Mr and Mm J,#. Elmer, Mon- 1 ‘^wl **"* <l,r»p bete many
your mind. «**. tblted Mr and Mm Kmsrii wnrkers anonag
I finally to • Rtebatds and family th<> rww
Mr and Mm Henry Gemler. f TI wert about t*» surren-
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Drive Out Gas
CALLING all bridge BAKER BOOK SHO!
I hose, indestructible Kl,k
won't it be line to play cards again dealing KEM S. it is possible to* replace lest aged cards These card* will make a wonderful gift tot any person who enjoys play mg cards lf you ha of Kern cards stop in at HAKER St and learn how* raalfty are.. Washable ,., they cwt $? f«*r a double always have seeds bb hand when you have*KEHS
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Unm-l>v» md! comm <*m%. tm* d*«i >4tim UM*,«»,«* (t'» b...«w *,«.
nma *?** — .* m »• a- **1-" tmtULr IM>>» OJO >wy »^humb nyhtoY
totoSlBiBd. By Bt time \r uitu* Mrs. Howard Kennedy under- ‘’’be with thai.. The fkaod tore
came lo sBBMte't ♦** I to.. adt‘- Bmamm pnducmga lr||| m kMtedid bmpl- 'be * Timings and euv-
~ rZJSSi *•!, Madison ered the land to a depth of IS
rn stuoio MtasMaisry snriHy of Zwingli ,Prt Bi place* The Germans did
__ it bas
!? ^Humbly emplanod. everyone pres-th(»ugb the f'msg Bever ^ with r^xhaustPNi;
ct a*? value m mr wbbM psur trbBjihifiUy w-ntang asrsgnmmL thif
rn pteflUrtitig vvTiat ^ *1- >. %Hvm face tai faoa. tee nnRu.fi m*#ii4Hf <|uMly lo The L*«s Ab« h
JHBSiSLJI* a ^ fB to togtofig Qty Halt ill the chambul*-af to
bi • MB *?PaHierber gray spas brt|pB as^a wkiie haiiBd fudge. toBrtgg his
The next day a its*-
New Glarus, wee* guvd* of Mr. Eden
Mm. Ray in*aid Gestoer,
Mr and film Lester Bld let em in Mocubb,
Mm. Howard Kennedy
^ -.....- ■ . ** bee gray
lomeast thai sprtoto to i U mtm unaware' that
agBiMAd the Muir, gfbsto Bdsftoe | ■ inktndl toke a pemon stow tu^ will have arwsher Bitig or two A burning bemar,
meantime And Albert was a ousel mas.
-- J Heil ioar el IbcMr '«| ch vtoiidns
about tote mairiage approached tin truth, which oner more* juMi-
Kffngiiiral and R ahi rite if chprek Bulify Mb oabmy a few bourn in a* 1 the parish house iustr adv aum so that there waft no Ibsk Mher. vim president, wag in *** human tilr and only 2 per rent charge The tanto* “Uprooted «* the cattle were drowned. But A mr r tea/ was in charge of Hilda the lovely farm housm and th*-Marty, Merenm Hefty arad Bar- villages with their handsome Ital* Ibm ll n,** UmUU «him hr* att* I |n4b|»f bo*tt.ng« * Alma Dahnkc enoi
and cemfsrt ymm itsmach ta#
is* lim., un. mw two imm gg fST/T-'•» rn the hlldtkr md lh.
Purr f«Uor i linn* ALl’t s
lim IS** |KS»Ku<i«*. RU W-* • 'n Urn* * «m**o,*»Cra «*l I- I
rC*t'**» **«wA*RiR»i'i^'W*ia #***•*, Kwf(N» *tt*4 tone****.
sun -na twit a r- ** o- rn—rn
I awl* iy« «» punt •**»
A young soldier fr**m lirt.*kiy ii was the mountains of CJrrgmi. IL* vt rig a I sell he returned to tire camp with a snake laities. "Where in the' world cli gasped his alarmed companions. The lyn beamed brnadly “Off n a woitn,"
lad ti Yak,
Mr* BMI IHM*
Ti n trouble rn Hi* news dwpairbes to ■
Kilt you up bi the air.
Sash to Wit Mtonemptote* psvh Usa PtdtadMpbia a ewgrr »«*’ «*«»nref«*iftg Me staying Bf B* edHor «f tau of Me fyfnbk * cr City newspaper*
Ye make It sue, some of the copy reader* didnt help the ait iad*Bt! 'Urey’ just Stuek ti*e story nAfiuMing to that att editor
Just when the story became la* termttng meager detail* Itavmg
bran fdveh MM. Me editor**! wile nmpimMbie. having found intoxicated un Me premue**tJ»r glary’ ended
tied tow lf rn bring limnder Man fffteon did Vtoboia1* own
ipeinudes** The womt Ytokarhi c-euld bnapne aa* asadhet di*
vofve., exmnuMe wterw it ■ :i;M»t:ip 'tied u» YifMria J ae rn Harris* ai m,-d mm rn UH* md. taal JI ta WUert
bai*) nm-* Ni to Va tm ut Ja*am ffitiie ^ ,
at is, Bttoiu* tow yoyth
and artev and heibeadednrm
Hic* liemae a.pfSMued in a fwf*d Albert, wnall. towda wwiird, the flower in hi bole rn ti ifir wilted, Vtoriorte,
Int with a smile caf 'imbecile ta**
<*natn*n at ben own band grasping rn pen which bodied as though to bad been piaml Mere hurriedly Donald Knobel by mimmmrntr cise, . MmmmK MMmbe Jndh* bSBm
"Ow I rrsii> b*.k like Bdr Me Mr Mm ttopcr Rhyner borne
It wa* the morning Hr ami Mm Jtthn IS Ilium aller tl*«dr waddang, They were y**.Midday gur**t* «»f ibmr ann, SBsled swfta by side on the' swl'a in MpbM Mum and family. Mad!-Mr living room of Vulotias «> «Mem liny bct|,rd rHebrate
the sixth birthday of (Heir grand •
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klcifuillam h awk* *ha.
was a guest of bis tbMighler. Mm
IT K HEEN a Ii Sweaters, but-- we have been very be ,ut tout button cl ers .. They are I prices cd 52 HP ani* f the new' sweater to weal it wtlh or o shop the DIXIE
ime since we tim nu) t boid back a nj ):■ bl receive a new'
I the front, and sib
wool, of course.
ut to f alee
% comptoir c lasing «»l air bs Ll to tea aa the plarr known »* the Hr ar % % tag cr inn I argled aa (hr I amant sad Palette road I mile tv*lh af I ate tai and I mlte% wsltotM af Fsiette. Horn l» * time t«*»t 9 miles esd aa >Ulc Ittghwsi si to l^maut •ad I mile north From Anile, t mite* wed on Mate Huh oat XI lo Lamont and I noir aarth
IpBiibrttas* Bud tiilarrwiiiii SMI'
utv And VaBnvte did md like Mnati wok busy du«nistotg
SLr?T -( OM mm arawak? ton , ^hml„
t».. ii WW MW MU Ab Mate *«“ •** mud trawl ra- J*?.,11!*. *•«•»'* 8chmM
sHet toto lint pe<«t*a*»4 of macfto ««|totom cd Me night hdufB. *IBi l*
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15
Agr thai Mr ngtmd U* marry Ai-bret. Atte ft gig Vatorm He got
■bp te*< toUMc she liked ttobto, be-of Hi* frock adtefratloto cd be her *filBfy mend*
MMI MBBIMP BK BBfaibOfl BBBll M-tetotbm*. pteatitod ta a euua wha
and a dmtmbtt
Tt«t*V r-M n„i.Ti,1 uwra ,iw| n, ]t
tor a RMM tai* PO A—:ra«ira «A raw. AHwn and Me gbti>‘ emtty tekerve* a n^, M fait explanation It should he J
made rtear t»*at edtt«*r* are md hhhic abr agt-ad ba Me mar-staid wtotj telly, for to might r****. Ykksria rtoste him HaUj ame ba gi\e a toto Bl pecude Mao* i«gd back an annecmtsary trip %«•
^ *. -..........,. w - Mr, ami Mm Henry l*ault and
■WgWfanARnORr.talM *rau». atom, wtAtoU tar
mnffirr. Mrs Emma Fretoag Mlanes Kathleen Paget. Free-•it, ’*!-< cit 11**11, M«*«>«mh I »* mile Ltttrltnd and Clarence Elmer, Jr^ Wltli* Elmer and Wal-
Mkt wfulfill., rnwtw 111 MflBfwVQMlA
Nit Fmtag and Rufu* Freitag were f««er lutdi of Mr. and Mr* Fred Burgy.
Mr. and Mm Herman J, and (tor, IRaif lei a*
MmuntoQf. iMMpg aul wbscb resumed
farts ate Yath.
Glnnc ii g rttaieiy at nun, a saw that he wa* baking at hi* w* pa toted face. tad her*. Th * e\ tdenru cd masK.uttoie vanity amu wed her.
•“We ie gcang lo aet on watt,** the sam “I think we understand Bach of her * ’
* Y«*u do nae too much credit..* to- bk! her with antrum amuse-mrgft *trtu am a t ald ie to me. I always fete Mat you see the*nigh VaegrlL and Mm J f* Marty vt**
< Beme ar lug al I? .BB ll'rlark X I amli *iand mn cmuad*
45 HEAD LIVESTOCK
ii in*.ii i.k mi MMRIX «trru-i; mii.ii .,w, ii,; year* ald. rbne %priiigrr%; • tom * alt twn-y eat -nld hehrv*, In freshen lite to*l nf April and bra of May; 5 yearling belier eaKev Th!* herd ha»*ps«wd the test it Era withaut even a aus-
A friend of mine* was about to dri Needles. California, where the temper*! HK) In the *1 lade most of the time. I rn you afraid the climate vntKht douigree w ... My friend linked at me arui remark^ dare.**
THE COLD and snowy weather is just .ibout (ti
cd, and the fashion -minded, w omen id M« >nr**e be thitking of new spring dresses and stilts, the past eight years in Monroe its LEE'S ...
iring nationally known atte advertised wooler pare!. For the high school girl up to her Gt mother «., A (BW name you have seen in "
re nts lure hit
rd. "ll v
attorned to* like gin**, and Iud as I think toed in Munroe with
Mrs Joe Marty*
Mr and Mr* Roswell S Rirh-I and daughter*. Rotunda and Honda, were In Mad bun to visit Dr and Mrs L I Web milter Mm Emma Frtetag ratted on r, Mfg Julius Eli
and Mm bt Albany
Mm William William WBSm
Mr Bagreef h**** ii tow* larht ymmc mdulg **v I have you san pat you do
fatally for the cg revisiting th* emu atoem b r n,,^ („ runfttic mrM
Mer. ttrtS mamage had warn to to* h bcwtn.
■rn, ram urn ft. rauifra m rn U1 iv flow Vt )tar*tt ti'luft* <1 to HOI, Ut fe»« OB UU* nap|>y ueg*0
b ZSr* wSa aT iLZyMito? ttktoL the lute lew M*l of
a Pit ST teutTd «TT» te Alu-iV* ”*w - ***** mattmge were tty mg mm*.
af. Die rd it rn himself Ma- Bt'** * ia»*»e. wk* mo atte some- Alta it IHI to Muntteprw tetghhtog to
-tidin, ten.* tiiat MOAttote Uke tem ^Ai^hiog tow <4 Alltrtik kitol ihat they tepaild live In Vte-
tn sauii *te*.«Mtete* louiked on the rsgtee bava's home. It wa* a low ak ate
bNhir m Mr bvimt sswsb. and an tetoclute. the room* *p* aw ling
m tiMtf dofcti hvAdMS b* dinner with Altet at«w*nd a small miter (atelo, the
'Um — —**a1 * wrn i igfBd t*y Virtoteali d*:*vteml tiled roof almost hidden toy thnk
on Mn Hulda Amelong and son. Dickie
cia W 0^4,% « ■ne «« wn ‘ tm known rosaun the (rote dour v«d Zurhurbeo
r. TT *L. <*L *U.W Uk- dlmi< Hr. tai Mn, end H Marty Atter! Mm* «m, m t4ea*aoi •«b, T»«« room, with ii* mmk rn week with Mr. and Mm
T IN,., ta tatad tata. Srach ;»Tr J? *4 Brwv Bablcr
The toeem af the huh) Bridge
di\ id us th rn rotten*\tey
poetotw d them I* an ems In fist* topwwpdter Me teitire tend apercu it The fan Mat aa many error* sd grate ted email stature Ba appear Mil da not nae* Me feeling* af Me SUR Ko newape-
maid, Karel, wtm ciBpnisrtBiBdc rn*
—teijte '|4« fcrtatnfy arist*# *» yam. drat **
Tlcforia vgliPBi to* bm h#4W,
teMfHmtMs) vine whom vivid
twrtflC' wits tel thai coaid IHI —est through Me tom, cb or-packed
to to Hut
Hmm ’ mn<T.w*v taMUtA. t'^,v Ora. ta tag rad dun tajmnd *.
m to dmte*Bd to# chint Mi *ht* rwn wa* casualty furnished club entertained the winner* at
•note <*«*sefxte4ye chark* and wrth <<omf<atahle chairs, a sofa a luncf*i*4»n at the heme of Mrs.
ail rwrtfguuw and ptaid*. aa Dial whtlr Uh mum** ■ which had men better days, vivid Edytfi Stodt
te average* at ae ^tuugrtette southern Calli- orange curtains On either side af Mm. Fimtettck Samtnond re-
Ming*. «*rma- Ahsrrt was a prodBCer sd the fitepime at the far and were turned to Milwaukee after spend-
is Mat to Is atomte a Cia** to utoti* it did I >4 si '' tw*« packed taakcaaas On the mg a creek with her father. Xiv
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WNS flmwy W Mould at MI a fsteL (auge Brrntwmte place he desired. ^ H' .
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nut causes Mb m*»Kl X;ne uyadeto to* marry a <*u*1* 51 VkIvLrav Trarara.
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can tte| fNd w<aA pm ut * vt* ** for by Harte, who knew all
"lf w «ut at* T us id Vat«ahi, "very tot! to* way* and she did tad
Mat br Dial* what tam** rate in dull.** to change.
KktoaB«%hig. Hr dtmk hi* head, smiting a ID- (Ta He Coatie md*
Madison, Kir Fmtag returned heme from Champaign, HI. where they ae-rontpanied Rufu# Freitag, after a weeks visit here
U Edwin Kinsey* Chicago. spent the weekend with His parents. Mr. and Mm, Herman Kisser.
Three tee 114 milos of ag* i nim * In Mb IMnlflguii building
Try TtRms Want Ads
3 HOEKE* — Blur rase Bure I year* ald abate IMS lh-.; Mark cr Mute I year* ald shoat I tea lh*, fhx min a w rn der! at IME RMH Air ab**! air I * «*»«wd hi every reaped sad WHI wack •at a brrr Aha s swad rattle pony.
It HIH** Ie extelleal llavot broad row* la lariaw the lait cr pan al Mink tine pBfehted llurar M irk bag.
I EK I) IM Ro good Vie land aal*. 25B Bu s«»te dry torn; 35 tan- State • lo%rr and timothy hay ig barn; IM balr*, af \rr> toad lh*relied straw
HOI MMilt I) 11 i:\i-ili\t.w5 heavy kilrbrn ehair*; a bejewel dining roan set; ear king rash: bedroom dresser, child-crib, MSI tar bes. Nesra 5*beraer aft! stair with hutll in ayen:
I one«*toam rag* txlt, prartftcally new.
IM MU IIAMr*lltEE FILLET* — These bejatilal are lay ins goad nan.
tie are also selling • sand t a1 Hr pac three year* old I AEM to \t IHM Kl ~\l| pmrttrally new; IHiver. all steel tight batt rn hay twader: HH **tmhx-Deering (-hat Ira* no rake; OU vet J*li harsrdiawa type hay mawrr. Ollirr Mi. tandem dtofi IM toimak it«* ling 3* 2 ie Held calli valor; tort at an. k* Deering ram planter with lertiHarr and bean alterhmrnt . Due* Ha rn Mi c uli* par kci, Lmdvjy I srtUaa barrow witb trarPo IIM. Ii Jelin Brere rani bindev witb raBvey.it bandie ran tor Deri lag g.ft, grain binder with 2 new r any asse*; John Deere Buame spreader; Hon* tor 11-IL grata seeder; Jay hawk buck • ake and slacker; Eagle silo I iller (lawn mower tat ly pet wilb Mi <ret al pipe and aa extra set al knives. Hagan on rabbet witb g 2x3xlt lichi box. wagaa att steel with train Lax: teed: wagon an steel with bay rack; goad Is-tart) walking plow, tanning mill; It-fL rara cie valor
FA EM Itll IF HI SI — tort ar mick-Deering milking marhute. pump a ad amt to. used atty I month* t I to La % al double anils witb extra pail; 9 Ii-gallon milk ran*: path and strainer; t milk boose siltation rack*; set al l»jnd-madr l*j boh wark barer**; goad slack saddle, t new adjustable hoe** radar*: I-.ba sn el *etf bag I ceder; I bas trough' electric frere controller; 3-barret tank with Bater healer. Hud rn ail ber wing lank healer mew is brooder boase; James Hat brooder stave, several metal chicken Ie* dei s. aoli af ll ben nests; silage raft; 3e-IL tail af snow fence; t grapple lock*, harpoon lark: 5B-II t-ln rabbet bed; large parcel past mali box; pair 9.99x99 dnal track chains; bay larks; manure larks, shay cb. fencing tools; axe; cross-cut saw; maul. wedge* and many other ertleles bot numerous ta men-Ute) All af lh to equipment to in flood candil ion.
ti KH* VII 4urns al and under, rash liver that amount.
credit extended ta buyer ae Litoral baar. with S dews in tex rn ie 1X1 y payment* at 3 per cent. lams et terms ta roil yew convenience lot the asking All properly must br setter d lur brl orc the buyer leaves the (arm an I be day af nato. J
LYLE ROSS, Owner
zincic muiaelIe" end lute but not Irate “Sci • unior. Swensdnwn. Allure. Doris Undson a e lower in llaturuc, by actual prcwf ... It'
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I The dub buy hat quite s while and woman sitting next t< hit vt? a haiKikm tticf tanocBnthr. *Tmt I ne
I" been \ snUftmg » nun rt “Yes ver ton
flea lei lichi to>
NOW ON display al Jumiier suits for < maUtodng or it ut)a colors and lim? we *ou ve seen them and admired I her nun CMM m. Elsenhower jacket sty] ticketed at LA 40 to Sd.30 W« abo have a few bb team I to 14 ... THE LEADER STORE.
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DER STO did rem shcvclefj ting ski rte, sire* k marish ip, (attorn
ii do ... lit I tire I call it quit*
tben life becomes ... A challot to finish every task ... I
business at Monroe, sold la the highete
I am naming farming and going Into Uis„ sa every Item listed hereon will I (odd* t an Hie day of sale.
Konthein ll tscan*tn Kale Management A Inner tx. I astite.. Reft Pi (Merer Aute- ML Harsh. Hie.
Homer I urry. f Irrk. Darltngtan. HE I*
Far your next farm aartioa. t all (lame* « in % ar Donald U Rfa*t *t>uthern Ult. sale Managemntl and Etnanre (a
boys fJm Drop in.
SO MUCH TO DO I have so many thing; t ... That there are time.* \ lenge to my wits ... I w •vw have begun ... Because I do not want to leave The smallest thing undone ... There are the friends that Reed my* help .,. Although they do not ate; ... Ami there are ether folks for whom ... I could perform a task ... And then there is my family ... That means to much to me ,., And must he given love and care *.. And helped financially ... And so my hands are really filled , . With tilings I to;vc to dei ,.. And I just hope I have the time ,. And strength to see them through... —Sa J. Ii.
LAST week I mentioned ice tetating and shears to be
paired, well Tm going to be different this week. ; »• i * * ■'‘ nn 'ii> menv sh d
DAIR SHOP is jute the place to get your favorite | of shoes cr slippers rrtMireH md they abo do a bi
up job of sharpening ire . kales. The cost is tow,
* service gtagL A%m it is a good idea to have your si
th Smitey s Elect?Ic ‘hoi shiner, they have a couple
* Sin (tty that will really take good care of
work i liny time
The world is Uke a rn Reflecting VY at you And if your face is smi it sarnies right bai 'till next week .. .