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*" "-&apos;']guets who were at a birthday CLASSIFIED DEPT t party in the Jake Sha'g00l hme sota  honoring Sandra on her fith Paul S birthday. -s, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg en- '--" i tertained on New Year's for Mr. CKN in their home for Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. John Brewick and Anne )precis James Knutson and family, Sol Runestad of Mitchell and Gladys C l  JS Brewick of Sioux Falls. sses ,, Knutson, Gordon and Walter, and i Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Selland eighD " Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg. i were New Year's guests of the g our Oarl Estabrook recently pur- i latter's mother Mrs. Anna Patter- A. chased a Plymouth car. Pitd ALL CLASSIFIED ADS ARE CASH Mr. and Mrs. Levi Johnson re- L snMr.f andWnscket'Mrs. M. O. Runestad turned from Minneapolis, Minn. iand sons were dinner guests on rO CENT (2c) PER WORD PER INSERTION on Thursday evening. They had New Year's night in the Levi visited their daughter and her ]Johnson home. PING rE Ot (Minimum Charge -- 50c) husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bruc DZell- i To honor Ed Seiland on his mer, and also to get acquainted ibirthday in his home on Surfday LP {25 Additional charge for ads with blind address) I with the new grandson David t, were Mr. and Mrs. Basil I Bruce, who was born Dec. 21st. DAK, Thanks Notices - 10c per line Minimum 75c Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Digerness !Andersor Mr. and Mrs. T. M. i Selland and Mr. and Mrs. Carl ORN {land daughters, were among the, Estabrook and family. .OU a pound. Bring "-hew in to the iguests entertained on New Year s Shirley Selland returned on .= EstMFJl'i, flkl] ewz office. (tfc) ;at Jesse Johnsons. Friday to her school duties at I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nelson, Mr. Alexander, Minn. She first went WIRING WANTED: L us do'and Mrs. Levi Larson, Mr. and to Minneapolis for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fraser Pare .eeas sou- B.Idn g ETI1eap, in excellent con- Hma ust tuned Also a blue lle  frieze davenport and a O Mrs. D. L. Wright, Art- 1 Bag lp heirs  Pu s of 1 u: rebred Yorkshire  h papers.  Calvin Berg ,rein B , miles south of Woon- ese p. Ip 'By "6 E: Used Du - All loader ' ;A'nure scoop, hay basket v, "v scoop $125 00 Swenson rese.nt - . . ;ourt  ' lc to [LE: Milk cow just fresh. 3aent,oder house 10x12 in good nt, tqa. Priced right if taken at the ': L. Schefsky Forestburg pro ' " and  ............. lp :ttersLE: Hampshire boar, and beinSS, April 1st farrow. 4 west .,utrLOuth of Woonsocket. Bob :he lS lp thtekeeys, not related. n th r hens, $6.00 for toms. Nooarrier, Woonsoeket. lp ,.  t: tlegistered Hamp- "',ars. Harold Dechow, 3 wheltt, north of Forestburg. fl ,____ 9-4c ken 1 t: LE: Certified Sodak al- " .d, blue tagged; Brookings na;'4_ pure and 94? germ 32e _ ,. Seed grown in Jones w t I ljt.t m . ack in 100 lb sacks this  rm, Murdo S. D. Phone for  9-3c of LE: 5 room modern house ;esmn, double garage.- p: Assmus, Artesian. 7-tfc fPO-- Feeds- Lee :e ek Medicines Pike orn  Sprayers -- Chore- , Butter. Highest Quality ,,, fo Price. Rod's Produce & ^u,etcher 25 tfc  LE: Butler Grain Bins "'  before you buy. Farmers 1 Co., Fom%burg. 35-tfc H .1 to order DeKalb KOnte or see your dealer.-- J. Rum], Letcher. 2-fie N xr bY 's Remedy.--Padmore's .cageY, Woonsocket. 7-8tc T ...... INd R USCO th gatal Self-storing Comblna. " :Jen and Storm Sash with 0" End forever that nuis. to-FPUtting up. taking down .... tsans and costly maintenance. = themselves in a few short ]Write or call Rusco Win- ;outjO. 09 W. 13 Mtchell. 29-26 . Hot linty. Will pay 6 cents hot;_ the tohisb your wiring and service work. Mrs. Andrew Berg and Mr. and No job too large or too small. Mrs. John Berg were self invited Dial 5811, free stimates. Thomp-guests on Thursday evening of son Electric, M. G. Thompso% 'Mrs. Lulu Selland to remind her Wessington Springs. 52-8p of her birthday. Daris Uhre was among the little POULTRY and EGGS Wan/ed, __.___.____ Cash paid for poultry and eggs. Give us a try. E. L. Bauer Pro- duce, Mitchell, So. Dak. 1-1-53 WANTED: Highest cash prices for your poultry, cream, eggs and old batteries.Red's Produce, Letcher. 26-tfc All Ki:ads of Welding a. MACHINE VqORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Schwemte Maelfine Shop Mle West, 21'., South of Foresthurg, S. D. t;.. WANTED: Job rriniing of a!i kinds. Letterheads, envei,t)e, statements, checks, politico: c,q, .oaign carat, programs, n ...... :, .... : pest card, tc. V, reons,cka Ne\\;v. FOR RENT FOR RENT: 3 rooms in modern home for sleeping or light house- keeping. Will do baby sitting ex- cept Wednesday and Saturday nights. Nettie Gray, Woonsocket. lp 00ESDAY'S MARKET Woonsocet Butterfat No. 1 ............. 63 Butterfat No. 2 .............. 58 Butter .................... 65 Eggs ....................... 37 Hens ....................... 15 Cocks .................... I0 Wheat No. 1 .............. 2.14 Wheat No. 2 ............... 2.09 Rye No. 2 .................. 97 New corn No. 2 yellow .... 1.27 Oats 32 lb .................. 70 Barley .............. 80 .... 1.10 . MIDWAY ! Mrs. J. N. 3oLn$on I _Happy New'to the readers , i o. this column. Though by the  me mis will appear in print, the i ew Year will be a week old, yet i still very new. The weather so i Iar has been rather cold and   windy, with a ew snow flurries, but aot enough to hardly make any noticeable difference. This i Monday morning the sun is shin- ing aria mvorable weather seems I !to be in store. I Mr. and Mrs. Bernard In ..... i JOHNSON'S I ned on Wednesday ev---eg ' :nOm a ew nays spent in Min21 ., capons lVlmn. While there they} sa S-  ERVICE :'torola TV Sets he  whole sale prices. ,,11 get full year guar- d mplete radio, eleetric- .,pair sales and service. ";d Building . Letcher Ln th m aint and Wall Paper O i tstimate s Fu"--'--'ished rating and Painting 'f  F IdR SANDING Finishing T PETERSON or Weasoeket-- S. D. 1 III STOP -- ,-WAY TAtERN a.t Good Coffee --- ALSO- (E OT PLATE LUNCH [K SMALL STEAKS ) PORK CHOPS yAK SANDWICHES -- BEER - Candy Phone 55 00OAcHE & SON i visited Mrs. Lloyd S. Johnson, a; i surgical patient m the University : Hospital Curtis and Daris Uhre visited their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Van Wal- leghen during the absence of their parents. Lloyd S. and Nello Johnson left for Minneapolis, Minnesota on Saturday to bring the former's wife home from the University Hospital. Late reports have been that she is still unable to walk, but it is hoped that this will soo be possible. Relatives here were notified of " the serious operation Miss Sina Knudson of near M. Vernon underwent on Tuesday. She has been very ill. Her sister, Myrtle, Mrs. Elvm Lee of Brandon S. D. has been staying with her much !of the time. Sina is a daughter of Sol Knutson. She is still in a crit- ical condition. Mr. and Mrs. Be_rna,_,rd Uhre and I sons were New Year s night din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bergesom On New Year's eve they were entertained in the Jake Shawd [home. ! Recent evening dinner guests I of lVh'. and Mrs. Lowell Berg were !Ma-. and Mrs. Elmer Shay and Dwane and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin i Godber. i On Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Johnson of Mt. Ver- non motored to Minneapolis, Minn. to visit the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Anderson.. They returned home on Tuesday. i i bunaay dinner and supperl ' guests in the Bernard Uhre home, were Bertha Uhre, Mr. and Mxs. Knut Uhre and Coleen of Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Uhre, Craig and Ricky, Bob! Hvnter ann Mrs. Martin Uhre and Naomi. - i Little lxuth Uhre, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin! m' has been ill at her home I recently. Weanesday evening dinner I .o'ueats at Andrew Bongs were Mrs. Lulu Selland, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Larson and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Larson and daughters, Albert Uhre and Bob Hunter. Ar. and Mrs. Hiram Runestad entertained on Sunday evening USED CAI00 1952 CHRYSLER 4 dr. Power Steering Colored Glas:s " Automatic Tran Radio and Heat,:' SIEDEHLAW'S 14. Jett Thomas, Virgina Olson i will', be demonstrators on home I management. Lunch was served. Reporter To get milk stains off glasses, fill them with warm water and a little baking soda and let them stand awhile. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA ) COUNTY OF SANBORN ) IN COUNTY COURT fin the matter of the Estate of Lloyd Webster, deceased. 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, It<) the Creditors of and all per- sons having claims against the above named decedent to Exhibit them, together with the necessary [vouchers therefore, to the under- i signed Executrix, at her residence ,in the City of Woonsocket, San- born County, South Dakota or to file such claim in the Office of the and John were dinner guests at Clerk of Courts of Sanborn Coun- i the Albert Setland home Sunday. ty, South Dakota and immediate- Mr. and Mrs. Pete Thompson were ly thereafter mail a copy thereof 'evening visitors, i to the undersigned at Woonsock- :et, South Dakota by registered mail. Notice is further given that Benedict Homemakers met at all claims against the decedent the Bess Rowan home Dec. 31. must be so presented within four All members but Ila Baade were present. It was the Christmas party, date and place having been changed. Virginia Olson was elected to plan a helping project for this year. Each received a Christmas gift and learned who had been her secret pal. Leona Klinkner ha charge of games. Next meeting will be at Leona Klinkner's Jan. W. A. Scott & Son No Sale Too Small Nu Sale Too Larqe i Storla Phone . Lt.cher P. O. onths from the date of the first publicStion of this notice or be orever barred. Dated at Woonsocket, S. Dak. this 4th day of January, 1954. Harriet B. Webster, Execu- trix. W9-4t NOTICE OF HEARING PETI- TION FOR ORDER TO MORT- GAGE REAL ESTATE. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA,) :SS: COUNTY OF SANBORN ) IN COUNTY COURT In The Matter of The Guard-) dianship of Daniel Joseph ) (;::,:rg, en and Dorothy Zieta ) An Goergen. minors. ) T}[E Y;TATE OF SOUTH DA- KOTA SENDS GREETING To THE W)ONSOCKET NEWS -- WOONSOCKET, SOUTH DAKOTA I THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1954 Page SEVEN Daniel Joseph Goergen and Dor- minors in the above described othy Zieta Ann Goergen, minors,  real state, to obtain funds for the to the next of kin generally of lpurposes set out in said petition. Daniel Joseph Goergen and Dor- That said petition on file in the othy Zieta Ann Goergen, minors, !office of the Clerk of this Court i is hereby referred to for further and to all persons interested in the estates of said minors: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Carl Goergen as Guardian of the persons and estates of Daniel Joseph Goergen and Dor- othy Zieta Ann Goergen, minors, has presented to and filed in this Court his petition setting forth that it is necessary and for the benefit, advantage and best in- terests of said minors that the particulars. Dated this 16th day of Decem- ber, 1953. BY THE COURT: B. W. Baer, Judge of Coun- ty Court. ATTEST: Harvey Asper, Clerk. (SEAL): F. D. Richards, Attorney for Guardian, Woonsocket, SouthDa- purpose of obtaining funds with kota. W7-3t which to pay the costs of these I proceedings and for the other I NOTICE TO CREDITOIt reasons and purposes set out in: Notice is hereby given to the said petition, and praying that he creditors of and all persons hay- be authorized and directed to mortgage the real estate belong- ing to said minors, being described as an undivided Four-Twelfths (412ths) interest in Lots Three (3) and Four (4), and the East Half of the Southwest Quarter (EVa SWV4) of Section Seven (7), in Township One Hundred Six i(106), North, Range Sxty-two i (62), West of the 5th P.M., in San- barn, County, South Dakota, for the amount requested in said peti- tion. , f : That Monday, the l lth day o !January, 1954, at the hour of ten l o'clock A.M., at the Court Room '=f this Court, in the Court House, ing claims against James Keen Deceased to exhibit such claims, with the necessary vouchers with- in four months after the f publication of this notice, to the undersigned Administratrix with iV/ill Annexed of the Estate of said James Keen Deceased, at the office of her attorneys, Miller, Kaye & Hanson, 401-409 Western Bldg., Mitchell, South Dakota, or, : within said time, to file said claims in the office of the Clerk of Courts of the County of Sanborn, State of South Dakota, and im- mediately thereafter to mail copies thereof by registered mail to said Adminis[ratrix with Will i at the, City of Woonsocket, San- Annexed at her postoffice address, born County, South Dakota, have to-wit: Martha Keen, R. F. D., '*been appointed as the time and Letcher, South Dakota: place when and where said peti- i Dated this 15th day of Decora- tion will be hc.ard and considered, : b:'r. 1953. at which time any person inter- Martha Keen, Administratrix : estcd may appear and show cause, with Will Annexed of the Es- if :my there be, why authority tate of James Keen Deceas- ,houM not be granted to Carl ed. News 0-4t G-crgen, as Guardian of Daniel Miller, Kaye & Hanson 401-409 J,::eph Goergen and Dorothy Western Bldg., Mitchell, South Zieta Ann Goergen, minors, to Dakota, Attorneys for Adminis- rnrwtgage the interests of said tratrix. Announcing for'54 NO W! 5 Ford engines offer ' the'mightiest concentration 0f power permbic i inch ever in any truck lin01V-8 ond $1Xl . For the power they develop, the engines in the 1954 Ford Truck line have less cubic inch displacement than engines in other-make lines. For example, Ford's 239 cu. in. 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