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THE WOONSOCKET NEWS m WOONSOCKET. SOUTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1954 Page SIX ARTESIAN LOCALS Gaylord Reese received word that his brother Meredith Reese's ten year old son passed away last Monday from injuries receiv- ed from a gun-shot wound. Christmas day guests in the Dan Wendall home were the Raymond Bilka, Lyle Wendall and GUN De- Neve families. IIHil minx ifl|m lint um dclmlmpm mlmlt ralfll UfllIflWUl tflllIW_ Dr. Richard Thue - OPTOMETRIST =- Madison, South Dakota - HH||HI|||iI||i|I||iU|H|H||||II| mSU00U00CE ALL LINES SEE YOUR Farmer Mutual Agent Save Insurance Dollars Write or Phone 0306 II ,. Fedora, S. D. WHEEL BALANCING We have installed a Hunter wheel ba]ancer and can give you this service to keep your car driving better and save unnecessary wear on tires. GIVE US A TRY BILKA'S SERVICE Artesian, South Dakota Mr. and Mrs Charles Fridley ,and family, Mr. and Mrs Walter May Jr. and family were Sunday guests at the Dean Kramer home in Fedora. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Olson en- tertained the following at a card party Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fridley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter May Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Strand and David, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Baade and baby. Mr. Dean Stanfield and Eldon" Betty and Donna Faye visited last weekend in Glenwood, Minn. Mrs. Maude Adams and Etta were Sunday dinner guests at Donald Adams home in Mitch)ell. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Heinie of Ormsby, Minn. parents of Gay- lord Reese visited here over last weekend. Gary Hendrix, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendrix, entered the Methodist hospital Tuesday after- noon, returning home Monday. The "B Sharp" Square Dance club met Tuesday evening at the Legion Hall. Those on the serv- ing committee were Mr. and Mrs. Ruell Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Grnssel, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Uhre. An invitation was extend- cd to all the members of the Carthage Square Dance club for the next meeting to be held Tues- day, Jan. 12th. Mr. and Mrs. For- est Tysdal served the last meet- ing instead of Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Fridley. Pvt. Keith Williamson and al2c Gordon Mitchell were new year's day guests of Ralph Mitchell for an oyster supper Roy Cope and Arlin William- son attended the basketball game at Platte on new year's day. Members of the Jills and Jeans Square Dance club held their Christmas party Tuesday even- ing. Games and contests provided cnjoyment for all and lunch cli- maxed the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johannsen and family of Woonsocket were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Walter Grunewaldt home Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grune- wldt and family and Mrs. Ann Grunewaldt were dinner guest at the Nic Schabot home in Woon- socket New Year's day. iHiiiIi IIIIIII}lltlllllIlllllltlIllll FlflllillllllliltlllltlltlltllJV'I'. ,t,,I dlhlI;lllll,hll*' __= = 2- = ) t.. = =_ _= Order Y0u Chicks EARLY PETERSON FEED & PRODUCE Artesian, South Dakota AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR 'i -== Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Huisinga and family spent new years day at the A. G. Sorenson home in Huron Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hardman were Thursday evening guests at Selmar Godfreys. Mrs. George Klinkner is classed as the "Luckiest person of the week" Her pickup slipped on an icy spot on the .road and turned over one mile north of town Thursday morning and her three children were with her and none were injured. Mr. and Mrs. C. Satter spent New Year's at the Fred Lauer home in Sioux Falls. Miss Delia Friedrichs entered Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Bennett and family and Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Van Lacken and family of Letcher, Mr. and Mrs. Murray McGinley, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Moon and Rodney of Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stanfield of Hur- on, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clyde and family, Artesian were Christ- mas dinner guests at the Charles Clyde home Mr. and Mrs Harvey Mitchell, Mr and Mrs. Leslie Mitchell, Mrs. Viola Williamson and Joyce were at Forest Mitchell's for an oyster supper New Year's day. Mr .and Mrs. Orvin Thompson and Larry, and Mr. and Mrs. Nor- !ris Scott and family spent New i F'E.D O R A WIU Chrlatenn ! j were dinner guests New Year's oay at the Mrs Bertha Hylland home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clarke Jr. !are the parents of a baby girl t , i born Sunday at a hospital in Mlt- : chell. Miss Adeline Knutaon who (Last Week) Miss Delora James has return- ed to Sioux Falls after spending Christmas here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Scaly James l(.l._.N. Lyle W. Thompson who has spent a short leave lere ,c his iome has returned to o'Lathe, Kansas where he is stationed. There was a very large atten- dance at the Christmas program at the church Thursday evening. Mrs. Hattie Traceweil from Minnesota is here visiting at the !teaches in Rapid City spent the :past week visiting at the home of : ler sister Mrs. Ernie Hubbart and family Jimmie Hubbart spent Thurs- day visiting his lriend Albert As- pe in ,artesian. Mr. and Mrs. n:rnie Hubbart accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson of Artesian to Jackson, Minn. Satur- of Fairmont, Minnesota , urday callers at the Paul | i ton Nicholson homes WE WISH TO ACKN GE with sincere apprec" the many kindnesses friends, relatives, neighl organizations during our bereavement.--Lois A. and family; Fay L. Pitcl A. family. 'O C I ':NOTICE OF HEA_IN TION FOB PROBATE O AND FOR LETTERS 25c A ! MENTARY day to attend the funeral of a cou- SltL The Fedora Alumni banquet was held at the Fedora Presby- terian church Monday evening December 28th with 131 alumni and guests present. The theme for the table decorations was "Wish- ing." Wishing well scenes were used as the table center pieces, with stars, with books, wishing iings, and fairies used to carry out the theme flares of blue and , . maN at the Thomas Clarke home silver The W. W. A. Ladies Aid son spent New Year s at the Cyril .......... : served tea dinner Richard Peter- nr,, homo t Howard . ,eorge mm ann Ianny spem ""* " .... ;' ..... "Fairfield Christmas at the Frank Smith san presided at the meeting The lvlr. ann lvrs, vern ]Mr and Mrs. Herbert Matthews hne at Early,Iowa. .... !new officers elected were presi- dent, Delton Wire; vice - presi- I and family, Mrs. Martha Matt- v3r = ann ars. ranK u reat, Mr. dent, Blair Kelsey; secretary, 'hews and family, Mrs. Martha ann lvrs. auas rothe and Les- Darlene Weable and treasurer. Harry Clarke. The group was favored with a selection by a girls sextette. Miss Jeanette WiN liams from Wisconson and John Peterson, who is stationed in Frankfort, Germany, received the, prizes for coming the farthest dis- i tahoe to attend the banquet. Af- ter the business mooing was ad- journed the guests departed to the community hall for the dance home of her daughter Mrs. ALfred : STATE OF SOUTH DAK0. Th the Methodist hospital Sunday lYear's eve a't the Warren Hos- iler and family, from injuries she received from a 'mer home t kfall last week i There will be a rabbit hunt Mrs. Aibert Rogers and Lynn i COUNTY OF SANBORN Verne Asper spent Monday to !sponsored by ihe AxterAan Saddle are here from Turton, S. D. visit- i 1N COUNTY COU Wednesday on business in Min- Club, next Sunday, Jam 10t.h. mg at the home of her sister Mrs. i In The Matter of The Est neapolis. Everyone invited. They will  _4meN Betchel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lindquist from the Legion Hall at one P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loon and i Herman Schefsky, deccan and family of Gowrie, Iowa, and [Free coffee and donuts after the family of Sioux Falls, Mr. and I KoTATHE SENDsSTATE OFGREESOU Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grunewaldt of ihunL Hun-rs will be paid one Mrs. Tony Kuhle and Mrs. Lena I Alma Schefsky, Velma Woonsocket were supper guests hell for each rabbit turned in. c Kuhle of Flandreau, Cecil Clarke t Freda Peterson" Orville New Year's day at the Walter I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hall ann ann family of Artesian, Dwayne !Amelia Jonson. Edna O Grunewald home. family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl HeEler Clarke and family and Bernard sie Sneezby, Darleen Bag Miss Shirley Grunewaldt visit- and Anna Hall and Harold Sever- Ciarke and family spent Christ-  Pauline. Eining, the heirs ed  few days with her grandpar- I devmees and legatees of ents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schabot !Schefsky, deceased, as s i o , at Woonsocket. mhees ePic,:tee: o ofiml e h}rei% m i Wednesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd .2r Strand were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar dTIC} IS HEREBY Strand of Woonsocket, Mr. and Matthews and Fred Dralle of For- ter O'Neal and family were dinner I that Alma Schefsky, of / sc Mrs. Carol Strand and David. estburg, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Pearson guests Christmas day at the Fred i South Dakota, has prese.nt Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cote and Gary spent New Year's night Kothe home. and filed with this Court': ' and Dean Cote left Saturday even- at the Bert Corwin home. ,lrs. Golaie Iwerks of Madison strument nurporting to LE: ing for Omaha, Nebr where Dean Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roberts is spending a few days here at Last Will-and Testamentoder will fly to San Francisco, Calif. were guests at the Allen Walker me home of her daughter Mrs. above named decedent, th. Pri He has been home on a 30 day home in Huron Sunday. Merwyn Walter and family, with her petition for the j, L. Sc furlough, Mr. and Mrs. L. Cote Mr. and Mrs. John Brush. Don Mr. and Mrs. Will Christenson sion of the same to pro will then drive to Miami, Florida Brush and Edith Gaston spent spent Christmas day at the Cory such in this Court and it-- to visit his brothers They plan New Year's day with Mr. and Chrmtenson home in Madison. issuance to her of Letters/LE: Mr. and Mrs. James Williams mentary thereon, she bei s, Ap on being gone for 6 weeks. 'Mrs. Richard Boomsma and boys who have spent Christmas and 'Pvt. Don Brush left Saturday of Hitchcock. ed in said Will as Executri uth morhing for Ft. Campbell. Ken- Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Scott of me weekena here at the Harvey of, and that Monday, the 15 tucky, after spending a 13 day Fedora. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shatz Tareadgold and Andy Williams furlough here with his parents, of Wash., JoAnn and James Scott home left Sunday for their home AFTON of January, 1954, at the ten o'clock A.M., at th Mr. and Mrs. John Brush i were supper guests last Sunday in Austin, Minn. Anne Graa.l Room of this Court, in the-- h Pvt Donnie Brush and Agnes at the Ernest Sundstrom home, We are sorry to have omitted House. at the City of Woo'LE' ea Barta were supper guests last Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Newell, the names of Lloyd Hylland, Earl Sanborn County, South-rs Monday night at the Lawrence Letcher were callers in the even- Lamber and Lloyd Holland with  (last week) have been appointed as tla  Cote home. ing. those who helped work at the Juniir Legge is home on leave and place when and whet  ' Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Barta and community halt. If there are any for a few weeks from the Navy. )etition will be heard a. and family of Emery, Mr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne more not listed we are sorry Raeburn Moore spent the week- sidered and proofs taken LE. Mrs. Mile Nelson and family were Rogers and family, LaVonne Ku- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Eller and end at the Howard Bechen home execution of said Will, at ;d bl New Year's day dinner guests at born were New Year's day din- family and Mrs. Hattie Tracewell near Artesian. spent Christmas at the home of i Mrs. Laura Doyle from Colman time an place any erso{4 ',, ested in said estate'may { Ve the Cecil Nelson home nor guests at the John Barta relatives in Round Lake, Minn. is spending the holiday at the and show cause, if any the" Judy Rose Nelson of Emery, home spent the holiday week at the Joyce Olson of Worthington re- Frank Root and Iamily of Hu- i JoLn Grassel home why said petition, on file e a cecil Nelson ]ome.  turned there Wednesday afte a roE, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hall anl ,t The .little son of Mr. and Mrs. office of the Clerk of this * " ' Mr. and Mrs. Walton Emmett, weeks vacation at home Bona Mac Kelsey of Bryant, Mr. I Roy Zflko has been on the sick is hereby referred to for f. n f nil ,hst and under the care of e and Mrs. Blair Kelsey a d a " y l " th particulars and son Ronnie of Rippey, Iowa Mr and Mrs. Ingvald Olson, of Artesian and Mr. and Mrs. i doctor- e LE: returned to their home after Selmar hod Oscar spent New Dated this 28th day of sian Howard Kelsey were dinner i Donald Bauer is driving a new ber, 1953. spending a few days with her Years at the Richard Hazen home guests Christmas day at the Carl}car- Ass i Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kutil and 0arents. They spent Thursday at in Mitchell. BY THE COURT: , the C. K. Jones home and called Idella Alfson held a demonstra- Bran home. B.W. Baer, Judge vr and Mrs. Arthur Kelsey I his sister from Huron visited Mrs. ty Court. fFk in the evening at the Melvin Mad- tion meeting Wednesday after- and Galen were dinner guests Cress at the hospital Christmas ATTEST: sen home noon at the City Hall Two mem- Christmas day at tie Trudell :day. Drn Mr. and Mrs. Russell Songer of berN from each extension club none in Brookings. The families of Ted Grassel, Leo Harvey Asper, Clerk. Butt Iroouois spent Monday at the we,-e present. Victor Kork and Clayton Kelsey Vetters from Woonsocket and (SEAL): ' Pric I F. D Richards, Attorney fol . _ Will Songer home. Julius Hilgenberg entered the of Pierre were overnight guests John Grassel were dinner guests tioner, Woonsocket, S. Dak -cne Elizabeth McKillop was home Methodist hospital Tuesday with at the Arthur Kelsey home Men- at Joe Grassel's Christmas day. over the New Year holiday She virus pneumonia. LE left Saturday morning to resume I 5r. and Mrs Harry Roberts ay night H. Grassels were at Wm. Grassels, NOTICE OF HERING her nurse's duties at Omaha, Nob. entertained the following at New Vinton Wendt who spent some the Austermans, Baldwins and TION FOR PROBATE OFL'' Mr and Mrs. Lester Noell and Year's day dinner, Mr. and 1Vs. time while in the service in Korea Ether Dahls were at the Harvey AND FOR LETTERS O_._ returned home recently. Wengers home near Mitchell. Ed, MINISTRATION WITH i,r Ronnie were New Year's day Glenn Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. M. Word reaches us from Nebras- Leo, Zeta and Mrs. Joe Rowan ANNE]D ',';" -u,per guests at the Dallas Scott Dowdell.C' Dowdell, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. ka that Mr. and Mrs. Audra were at V. J. Rowan_s; relatives STATE OF SOUTH DAKF utarle are the parents of a baby from Oldham, Ramona, Carthage home in Fedora Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gaston and boy born Thursday. and Argonne were at the Robert COUNTY OF SANBORN Correction: Pvt. Richard Barta family, Mr and Mrs. Royal Gas- .4 2c John Peterson flew home'Unterbrunner hme. In The Matter of The Estate, : instead of P.F.C.U.S. 55444041 ton and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. h'om Frankfurt, Germany to' Bette and Dorothy Putnanl Henry Hetland, also knova nys Co. G let Platoon - 86th I.N.F. Virgil McCarthy and Verlin were spend the "holidays with his par- came from Denver, Colorado to Henry H Hetland, deceas cY, Regt. 10th I. N. F. Div. Fort Riley, ! the Geraldine Peer home son of Fedora. John is with the ! ents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Putnam. KOTA. SENDS GREETIN{ t Kansas. New Year's day dinner guests at ents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Peter- i spend Christmas with their par- THE STATE OF SOUT--- 'r and Mrs. Russell Dean and Pvt. Keith Williamson was lth Weather Squadron, Rhine - Anna L. Hetland, Verna G, It, Molly were New Year's eve sup-  home Wednesday to Monday on a Man Air Force Base, Germany. furlough, rio will spend his 30 day leave FARWELL at law, devisees and oer guests at the Francis Dean and Robert H. Hetland Russellhme" theDean,socCasionbirthday.being Mrs.  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clyde Sr. with relatives and return to his Henry Hetland, also Miss Hazel Blow of Mitchell and Henry H. Hetland, Bob Suedes of Ethan were guests , the home of Mr. and MrsJim Blow Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Siurd Strand of that Anna L. Hetland of Forestburg, Mrs. Harlan Larson nnd boys of Forestburg. Mr. and BABY CHICKS FROM WESTWICKS HATCHERY Baltic, S. Dak. m = ) i - WATCH FOR COFFEE DAY - _ == .-I1IIIIUIIIuIuI1IIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I  I II  . [ r Is Low In Cost FOR HEATING - FOR COOKING WATER HEATING -.REFRIGERATION AND FOR TRACTOR FUEL INSTALL A PROPANE GAS SYSTEM NOWI PRICES ARE LOWER L. PROSTROLLO & SONS, INC. ATESIAN, SOUTH DAKOTA I _ I I ,_ Farmers Union Oil Co. BULK AND SERVICE STATION Our Profits Are Your Dividends Hours: 8 - 12 &l - 6 Open Wed and 00at. eve ' ROBERT M. WEBER, Sgr. Phone .1610 Fedora, S. D, _ Mrs. Otto Strand and Ellen Ann 6LOf Forestburg, Carol Strand and David were New Year's dinner guests of Anna Strand. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harem and Harlvn were New Year's supper guests of Carol Strands. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Allen and f,mily of Chamberlain were Christmas day dinner guests of Ma tin Boysen. Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. William- son and baby of Omaha, Nebr. snent the weekend at the Viola Williamson home. Mr and Mrs Ronald Mitchell and Kent of Huron, Viola Will- iamson. Joyce and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mitchen were New Year's day dinner guests at and Charles were New Year's none base January 6th. Mrs Ross 1vomeley guests in the Robert Clyde home. t shown by the petition c Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lager are Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bauer and I P. F. C. Melvin Ross from Ft. herein, and all persons to l the parents of a baby girl brn family of Artesian, Arthur Dahl Leonard Wood in Missouri has these presents may come: spent his two weeks Christmas Sunday afternoon at the Metho- and tamily, Palmer Dahl and fan- NOTICE IS HEREBY diet hospital - uy, Frank Eller and family and l leave at his parental (Claude Ross) home He left by bus from inn, Sanborn County, Dick Step'henson, who spent Clarence Anderson and family Mitchell Saturday evening to re- kota, has presented to several days of his vacation at were dinner guests at the Sehner port back to camp. the Hadley Wise home, accompa- Dam IYome New Year's day. with this Court an nied the Roger Greene family.of Jeanette Williams has returned Mr. and Mrs. Doyce Funken- purporting to be the Fedora to hm home in Smux ty to R on "p , Wisconsin after a visit busch and children of Ft. Pierre and Testament of Henry Thursday The Greenes were New nee wtn h r s e . ....... ' e parents Mr. and p nt from Wednesday thru Sun- also known as Henry H. Year's gueszs m the mn zepn Mrs - '. Andy Williams. day at the Bernard Twomblev deceased, together with enson home there.  Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Eller, A1- home. - tion for the admission (f Holiday visitors at the J. R. flea Jr. an Margaret left Thurs- Mrs Brings of Mitchell  = to probate as such in this Turner home were.Mr, and Mrs. day for a WElt with Mrs: ElLers Crhrlstmas Day guest with her and for the issuance to Otis Turner and tnree cmlaren" morner an Texas ann me tay daughter and family at tb r,b He, land, of Axtesian, Darrell, Donna and Joyce from Robinsons in Albuquerque, New Moran home ............ County, South Dakota, of Milan Ohio; Roy and Mrs Keith Mexico ' Mr an   " of Administration with i Cun&as s' " " - Oilololna.m(o }! "dmlaye/.. nexed, and that Monday,, Z:n'r ! day of January, 1954, at t " of two o'clock P.M., at the Room of this Court, in the frIm WaRrFner and daughter !:::PeMa[ehelnldWhrynUndsaVg n:{. Cmdrevr:ofeRs:?aon !! ]Heuse, at the City of Woo! et, Sanborn County, South, t e Evm attended the funeral of Mr - t kota, have been appointed  . " - - t nad Twombl time and place when and #fflpl q]rner's brother-in-law on Dee. I Mrs. Lee Weable is a patmnt at 1 " ey home. 4- o Hawardo--owa . a hospital in Huron.   Mr. and Mrs Irvin Hamm and ! said petition will be hepai "'IV and ls: Robert Stewart i ofhI'anyoFwS'J:riCeheriSunSdt  dastihte  fywm s ILa Harem, are 'considered and proofs tak., ^, 1=,: ..... "x, .... "-rear s sup  g g days with their son the execution of said Wil{i oer guests at the R C. Stewart,. ew Year s day at the Will Chrm an brother. Rev. Clarence Harem which time and place any 1 " enson nome ann zamny wno reside near Ch]- interested in said estate m the Rudy Fiala home. none. [ Ray Threadgold of Huron was cage, Illinois. pear and show cause, if any qlllltllllt mglnllllllllllll I imtmttmmutmt" a dinner be wh said ehhon she nllitlmiS]ilttlll mHitltnlitmtmiir31ilttllilSnitllmtlllllUlmlmtitHmrnt  } guest at the Harvey An insririn,, "re ........... Y " P " " =, ,- , v s-,- wa pL=- be r n d r l - Threadgold home. ented at th,  ..... , r,...,_ g a te , o contest t - =, - , a.w=. ,,u,-tu, Will " " " n : I I i I / im. m m----- i m I r,, Mr. and Mrs. John Roby were last Thur.dav ..... ;-.., *.., ,,-^ . The stud petzhon" o , , m Tn I nTont-,, ---'ihere^-fr-m-Iwa-t-, attend, the Sunday school classes'.'SThXpor_  the office of ,the Clerk el : mn m . mmi mI ml u'" u,gn scaou, ammm IMP-- er was off the church "s "IT'  urL m nerey reterrea , uo L u mn00t00mu no 0 00o,00soo Jr. enter- aprr'lYr2tlWhed Landutlss " 'uherdPtatsc,S'day of D " =- tained group three of the Glen- fully in the cnmo -,- " ber, 1953. O i " (view aid at her home Monday lrs Lulla Twombl; Mr and BY THE COURT: __ " OVERHAULED REanV  urr00RK - l afternoon Ms " - - y' " B.W. Baer, Judge of . F ) - z-u,x .z% vv., -_---t Mr cl a,. tu-* n"-mo'd r.;.. oyce r.xmenousch and tyCourt. t - i  [ and Mrs. Bertha Hylland were .n m_ren of Ft. Pierre and Mr.. and ATTEST :-" .,, ,.,.... 1-, ,, lvisitors at the Deloyce Hylland rrS eRasidybeynnanrd ltdre i Hcavey Asper, Clerk. lz-J:i 1-1 larlTlall -=-inome m .ioux -aus unaay. the Bernard Twomblev home i ,":-.- .- ^ ...... ,^ t --'--  anU Mrs inln'eT.T..eT.erson =  .. .. . .  a:. An. x.x,,....a.-,,.a, .r'....UZLL=V xur  .,n,. |'1945 H with Power Package i]=' r,,r anu Lrs marmno ilcholson i tmner, Woonsocket, S D. i .W = i1943 H Farmall M[[ CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION z 1943 B Farmall LIVE STOCK STATE BANK Artesian, South Dakota 1946 B John Deere At close of business December 31, 1953 " Du-A1 loader with stacker and regulr RESOURCES LIABILITIES i Farmall Cash and due from banks $ 169,245A9 Capital stock .......... $ 25'000"0 S Loans and discotmts .... 182,423.71 * 1952 414. Oliver plow Commodity Credit loans _ 145,942.63 Surplus .............. 10,000.0( United States securities 456,890.23 Undivided profits 41,629.0 k State and murdcipal sec. 19,706.64 1951 216 IHC plow , Banking house, furniture Total capital accounts ___ 76,629.0 and fixtures 5,694.00 i-. 1952 18A llW Disk Other Assets .......... 32.48 Deposits .............. 903,305.82 $ 979,934.88 - $ 979,934.8 Asper Implement , .i