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y a/ iadi the r. Mr ft Sat r i eg&apos; vet m" o,o. -CLASSIFIED AD RATES- Ladies , Ken-: ALL CLASSIFIED ADS ARE CASH ,ek for  3c PER WORD PER INSERTION h his (Minimum Charge, Cash -- 75c other (25e AdcliUonal charge for ads with blind address)  inedrd of Thanks - Notices - 15c per line - Minimum $1.00 U] nbef  ember BFFECYIVE IMMEDIATELY .-.42assed ads are strictly cash. )f If- No ads will be accepted by role- 4eemed imperative due to .^_ many outstanding accounts. r.---To figmm the cost of your ad guests for one week, count the number ylland If words and multiply [y 3c -- 75e minimum. For example, if :h and your ad has 26 words, it will here figm'e 78c; ff it contains 10 ]bbart Worls R will cost the 75c min. ll Sum. eturn- FOR SALE: 25 Wbite Rock pul- POSITION OPENING Nationally - Known Company has an ope.,dng in this zone of South Dakota for a man between the ages of 21 45; average education; own automobile; and able to travel this zone during the week. Paid training pro- gram - Salary - Expense - Com- missions and bonuses. A real op- portunity for advancement and ,romotion in this fast - growing field. Send letter to: Employ- ment Denartment; Box 1084, Ab- erdeen, S, Dak, Include name, ge, address and telephone num- ber where you can be reached. Interviews will be arranged in this zone in the very near fu- ture. 10-3c South Jackson Mrs. Alvin Moo Christmas Eve and Christmas Day visitors at the following were: At the Marion Whitney home Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Peterson and sons of Huron and daughter, Myrna of Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Wilburt Knudson and son, David of De Smet, and Mrs. Kate Whit- ney. At the Bob Dixon home at Mitchell Christmas Eve dinner were Mr. and Mrs. VerDe Melius and family of Huron and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moo. Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moe and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Rhoads of Huron were dinner guests at the Verue Melius home at Huron. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peter- son and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moo were dinner guests at the An- ACROSS  48 Holy Roman Church 1 Outofdate ./' (L. abbr.) 6 Fruit of 49 Carnival the vine grifter's 11 Refunded decoy 12 Bird (pl.) 50 Estimate 14 Pronoun 51 Swindle 15 Against 53 Turkish 16 Part of regiment stove 54 Employ 17 Weight 55 Sticky mud (abbr.) 56 Cornish I9 Wing prefix: town 21 Obtain 58 Finish 22 Short for 59 Symbol for enlmal tellurium doctor 60 A genus of 23 Legal chaxge swans 24 Genus of 61 Curse frogs 63 Prefix: 26 Mathematical dovn term 64 Peaceful (pl.) 66 Washes in 28 Beverage clear water (pl.) 68 Unstratified 29 Short deposit of jackets Iogm 31 Lubricating 69 Closes liquid violently 32 Raillery 33 Speaks of DOWN 35 Gesture of affection I Hebrew 36 Ethiopian letter title 2 The wallaba 37 To peruse 3 Warbled 38 Something 4 Locations told in 5 One of confidence several 42 Is earlier printings in time of a paper than (pl.) 47 Watering 6 Cringe place in 7 Wanders Scotland B To aid 9 Transfix 41 Fish eggs 10 Printer's 42 Prefix: measure before II Narrate 43 Exclamation 13 Guides of surPrise 14 Seraglio 44 Thin piece 18 Bird's of fired home (pl.) clay 20 After awhile 45 African 23 Mass of antelopes floating Ice 46 Glide 25 Emmet 48 Props 27 Kobold 51 Animal (pl.) 28 Month (abbr.) 52 Path 30 Warning 55 Merriment signal 57 Heating device vessel 32 yeaxs of 60 Gold, In one's life Spanish- 34 Cereal American grain countries 35 College in 62 Her serene Iowa majesty 37 Originators (abbr.) 38 Walk 65 North Syrian pompously deity 39 Rubs out 87 Plural 40 Dove's home ending Answer To Puzzle No. 687  iPlcIAIcI"I IEINlulRI ILIAIvlA1 IAIsIIClM IIRIAIoIEISmmHIAiulslrlEIRISl ISlVIAINlUlIINIi lelAIGIEINIAIITIAItlLIiOi IIIlsIIIIlSlNIOIRI I lSIINIcisI[lalclslGIOIRI ! lilMolslsmmslElllmmsl0101 IslTIITIclslslcIINIIa.lsl I,InllllnlNi1 lllslTllllslllllll lulll[! IILIII1 ILIISITISl Letcher... School Board Proceedings Regular meeting of the Board of Education of Letcher Indepen- dent School District No. 2 San- born County, South Dakota was }eld on December 11, 1961 with the foUowing members present, Omer Fouberg, pres.; Harlan SonDe, Delbert Bennett, Dale Anderson. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Motion by Sonne, seconded by Bennett that the following bills be allowed. Approved. South Dakota State College, tests $4.05. Kent Industries, Inc., repair tape 48.20. Glen McClane, balance of No- vember transportation 88.00. Glen McClane, district share of December transportation 475.00. Jim Hoffman, hauling trash 10. 00. National Chemsearch Corp., janitor supplies 26.29. Wilcox and Follett Co., text- books 38.69. WOONSOCKET NEWS Woonsocket, S. D.  Page 7 Thursday, January 4, 1962 78. Motion by Bennett, seconded by Anderson that fuel bids be open- ed. Carried. Motion by Anderson, seconded by Bennett that a bid of 12.7 cents per gallon for No. 1 grade fuel, submitted by Sherwood Pe- troleum, be accepted. Motion ap- proved. On motion, meeting adjourned. Leo Mernaugh, clerk. Omer Fouberg, president. LEASE OF SCHOOL LANDS Notice is hereby given that on March 8th, 1962 all un]eased school land in Sanborn County will be offered for lease at public auction between the hours of 10: 00 o'clock a.m., and 5:00 o'clock p.m., beginning at 10:00 a.m. Central Standard Time at the Court House in said county. Dated at Pierre, South Dakota, January 2, 1962. Bernard LinD, Commissioner Department of School and Public Lands AW10-gt PAINTING Interior and Exterior COmbination, coal, gas range, Cheats, beds, tables, chairs. Many items. We buy furniture and equipment. McCoy & Co. Phone 6-3475. I0-2c BLUE RIBBON and Rex staples at the NEWS office fit many off- brand staplers, t[ CARVER SHEEP CO.: We will i i: ,uy and sell all classes of sheep, st and feeder lambs, slaughter i and breeding ewes. Open every esday a n d Friday. Lo- ! cated in southeast Huron, three- fom'ths mile east of hiway 37 on Cemetery Road Office phone EL- 2-4329. Home phones: Russell vet, Woonsocket 796-2302; Lyle Carver , Woonsocket 796-2302. Lyle Storbeck, Huron, EL2- 07. 8tfc FOR SALE: 1959 Bel Air Chev- rolet, 6 cylinder, standard tran mission, radio, heater, real nice. [ Take 1953 or older car in trade. | Ruford Dechow, Woonsocket.10tfc FOR SALE: 1960 Magnolia 45 x 10 2-bedroom trailer located on three nice lots. Good set up for retiring or working couple. Im- mediate possession. Terms. Rut- oral Dechow, Woonsocket. 5-tfc lets $100 each. May hatch. Ted drew Knutson home Wednesday i!i!i!! :1 2 3 ' 5 i!iiiiiiiii' z 8 9 ,0 ::i:i:i:i:!:ii:-!* Minncapolis Honeywell Regula- Siding-Roofing  _ :i'.'Y.? :':':':"' or CO., thermostat 19.31. S. Dak. lp evening .... ,: Woonsocket B Udde, Woonsocket, John Brosnan had a TV put i!!iiil i It !'::i:::::[12 13 [;!ii!i!iii Lawrence Van Laecken, wiring "" 7.00. F0R SALE: Registered hamp- in as a (.hristmas gift from the " .... :::li!ii!ii!i' e iiii!ili::i '1 ::i'!:'i: Educator Supply Co.,textbooks Kuengn"en" rut" shire herd boar shipped in from children. 19 fii!:!:!; 2l 22 iiiiiiiiii 23 ...... 11.14. :OUt of state, from one of the l]!t#,lIRllglll Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moo had '2"-  McCormick- Mather Publish- | .'ading Hampshire breeders. [Vl ] their family, all but Geraldine 2' ii!!iiiiiii   !iliiiiii! s ing Co., textbooks 72.. Ph. PY6-3985, Woonsocket Allyn and Bacon Co., textbooks Bob Cunninffham 'ice $100.00. John Cornilsen, PY home Thursday evening at din- 29 " .... 3  ..... 20.88. .. 6-2942, Woonsocket. 10-2p [ S |[[ y e' nor. A phone csil was made to iiiiii!i!i Northwestern Public Service "---' Geraldine and they were well 33 34 !ii}}!iii! 3 Co., service 87.82. FOR SALE: Dressed turkeys 30 From A. J. Swanson, Duluth, and were having lots of rain. i::!:!: Sanborn Telephone Co - o p., tents lb. Phone PY6-3616. Geo. Minnesota: l remember bow it ......... ....... iiiii! .................. liiliiiii]iii .... Steiehen. Ip was in the old days. , i:i:i::i:! }iii!} ::::::=::::  ::::.::# 3' ":+:':': ::::'- service 10.55. . !!i!iii _ !---:::i': !:ii.":'::! ::':;2;:! Irwin Typewriter Co., machine "--- Houses were cheap to build, as NOTICE OF HEARING PETI-  39 4o  :::::::::: 2 43 44  :::::::::: rental 15.00. they hadnobasements, nocentral TION FOR LEIWERS OF AD- " ........ Sherwood Petroleum Co., fuel FOR SALE: 7-A Bearcat cutter- heating plant, no plumbing, water, MINISTRATION WITH WILL a i!ii]:j!ii a :::::::::: head hammermill, Farmall regu- gas, electric lights or telephones ANNEXED AND FOR :>.:::::::. ::i}iiii: for ag. building 35.20. lar with overdrive, electric range ... and the dinky street cars PROBATE OF FOREIGN WILL 0 [::::::::1  s2 ::::-'::: 3 Woonsocket News, proceedings which held only 50 people, and AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS ::!iii!i :ij!!:! bid notice 13.27. had a heating stove in the center 54 ::!iiiiii s !:!i!ii!i .....  z .-........iii!iii 58 Burns Lumber Co., janitor sup- of the car. Many times a bunch of STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, ::::::::::: ::::.::::: >::::::': plies 48.54. young people coming home from COUNTY OF SANBORN, :SS 59 :iiiii]iii160 !iiiiiii 6 62 i.: 6.1 Lyons Band Instrument Com- a party late at night would stand IN COUNTY COURT .... :::i:!:! !:!:]:i:: '':': pany, partial payment due on in the rear vestibule and as they In the Matter of the estate of iil  !6S ":::':: 66 67 ':-'::>':::: i!J]ii ii new band instruments 300.00. sang they would start bouncing, Annie M. Wheeler, deceased. !iiii:':.), ::i::i:! 6, ....  sometimes causing the car to THE STATE OF SOUTH DA- i. <::::::::':'7": ....... :: i i:izi:.:. hallToWnrentOf21o.00.Letcher' November jump the track. KOTA SENDS GREETINGS TO: December payroll, total 4,162. I remember White City at Park Florence B. Sommers and Mar,,, Point, also the regattas and the B. Russell, they being all of the sailing boats.., and the exeur- known heirs at law, devisees and sion steamers that went up the legatees of Annie M. Wheeler, river to Fond du Lac. late of Winnebago County, Itli- It was the biggest day of the noi. deceased; the creditors of said decedent; and all persons to summer for us kids as, once a whom these presents may come. year, the boat would be chartered NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. and up the river we went on our That the First National Bank Sunday School picnic. vd Trust Company of Rockford, I remember the shows that Illinois, who is named Executor played when the old town was in in tbe Last Will and Testament its heyday. There were two vaude- of Annie M. Wheeler, deceased, viUe shows, one stock company, has presented to and filed ith one road show each week, not to this court a duly authenticated mention burlesque, all playing at copy of the Last Will and Testa- the same time. When "Ben Hut" ment of said "decedent, which played at the Lyceum, it took a as heretofore been admitted to solid box car for the scenery alone probate in the Probate Court of and they had actual horses on Winnebago County, State of Illi- AS I am discontinuing farming I will sell the following described property at public stage for the chariot race, using nots, and which is propounded as a treadmill for the track, the Last Will and Testament of auction at the farm located 4 miles west, 7 south, 2 west, 1 south of Woonsocket; 4 miles The younger generation, with said decedent, together with its all their movies, will never know petition for the admission of :he north, 2 west, 1 north of Storla, on a greater thrill than that which same to probate as such in this court, and for issuance of Let- comes from a real stage show ters of Administration With Will with real musi--playing a Annexed toA. M. Thoren, Trust Monday, January 8 stirring overture as the curtain Officer of said petitioner, in his slowly rises, individual capacity, and that There was no canned acting or Monday, the 8th day of January, canned music. Everything was 1962, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock real, put on by real people in the p.m., at the courtroom of this flesh and blood, court, in the courthouse, in the WANTED: To hear from people (seaa eomtrlbttUens to thls eeltlma city of Woonsocket, in Sanborn t. The Old Timer, Cemmmlty IPr*,, County, South Dakota, have been Who are interested in possible servlee, Box , Fraakfett, Keatsky.) ppointed as the time and plac2 ax savings. See ad page 7. 10-4c when and where said petition will be heard and considered and Sale starts at 1:00 o'clock P. M, Es, POULTRY and Cream The first known hymn used in proofs taken of the execution of wnted. We sell Trisco Feeds. a church service in the state was said Will and its admission to Give us a try. -- E. L. Bauer Old Hundred, sung in January probate as aforesaid, at which PrOduce, Mitchell, S.D. 1.61 1860 at Yankton. time any person interested in said estate may appear and show " cause, ff any there be, why aaid FARM MACHINERY petition should not be granted. MARKWELL Said petition, on file, i referred to for further particulars. AND NOTICE S FURTIER IHC M FmTnall tractor, new block, crank- 4 wheel trailer with 100 bu. steel box GIVEN, That all persons having - STAPLERS areClaimSherebyagainStnotifiedthe toSa';dfileeatethe IHcshaft----- IHCseeder3 bottOmwithl6"trailerPlOw _ ,. ,,_Kyker hoistelevatr" ,_ same with the clerk of the above enuate sproce vv aon jac mentioned court with,n four 15 ft. Case disc 300 gal. fuel tank with stand months from the date of the first publication of this notic or be 30 ft. John Deere harrow 200 gal. gas tank and several barrels forever barred. Da this th dy .,f necem- IHC 4 row cultivator No. 455 6 corner brooder house, electric brooder ber, 1961. 4 row Blackhawk corn planter, 160 rods wire Chicken feeders and waterers BY THE COURT: Chas. R. Hatch, IHC 10 ft. grain binder on rubber Rollaway chicken nests, chicken crate Acting County Judge. AFEST: John Deere 12A combine in good condition Wheel barrow, wire corn cribs Staples, Pins and Tacks Robert Mead, clerk. $7oComplewlth 1000 Staples (SEAL) McCormick Deering No. 24 corn picker 1957 Ford V-8 /2 ton pickup R. B. Palmer and G. E. lollinger Woonsocket, South Dakota Attorneys for Petitioner. 83t It's ggcr PACKER Staples, Pins and Tacks - ,lS $2so $325 Complete with 500 Staples TACKMAsTER Gun Type Tacker Sees Complete with 1000 Staples FOR OFFICE FACTORY HOME STA-PLYER STUDENT, ETC. $495 Complete with SO0 Staples Woonsoket News . HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE KINIkTO00OUR HANDS Linoleums, 2 burner Super flame oil burner Beds, dressers, couch, chairs Copperclad coal and wood range . Cabinets, sink, tables " :{ I 3 burne Perfection oil stove Other articles too numerous to mention TERMS CASH: No property to be removed from premises until settled for. fOR DISHES, LAUNDRY,, .., rd OI $1.15 erna son, owner Phone PY6-3055 ROY  Donald Stnge & Dale Dockendorf, AUct. Sanborn County Bank, Clerk _ I III