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Artesian Locals MRS. L. B. NOELL Correspondent - Phone 527-2216 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mitchell and Mrs. Rudy Fiala spent Sun- day afternoon at Ralph Mitchells. Ed Olwell and Linda came for a few days visit with his mo- ~er. Mrs. Alden Scott, Mrs. Lu Han- son, F a y e Peterson and Mar- garet Martin, Mitchell, returned Friday evening after spending a few days in Des Moines, In. visiting Mrs. Virginia Slaybaugh and Mr. and Mrs. David Asper. They visited the Bob Hanson family in Sioux Fails enroute home. Mrs. Phyllis Knust and Mrs. Faye Peterson entertained a t dinner Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knust, Alpena, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Scott, Lu ttanson, Mr. and, Mrs. Bob Hen- zirix and Ronnie Knust in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clell Scott of Downey, Calif. Miss Adeline Knutson and Mrs. Faye Peterson attended the Delta Kappa Gamma Work- shop at D.W.U. Saturday. Miss Knutson is Newsletter Editor at Rapid City and Mrs Faye Pe- terson is Program Chairman at Huron. Mrs. Faye Peterson was a dinner guest at the Phyllis Knust home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Tysdal, Spencer, and Mrs. Verna Wire of Rapid City left last Monday for Tacoma and Seattle, Wash. where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Rauenhorst, Minnie Bucher, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Reape and other friends. Callers at the Dewey Wire home the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Cnulthard. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forst. of Aurora, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. D~n Wire and twins of Mitchell, Edna Hendrix and the Rev. and Mrs. Clarence ~Iamm. tiazel Anderson of Vilas visit- ed in the John Heim'ich home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frantz, Piqua, Ohio, tmnter friends of :Mr. and Mrs. Art Scott, spent the weekend with them. Antique Show Flea Market Mitchell 4-H Grounds SEPT. 6-1 Sat. 9 to 6 Sun. 10 to 4 I Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Mitchell of Spearfish, S. Dak. and Viola Williamson were Monday supper guests in the Forest Mitchell home. The Rev. Raymond Jacobsen has resigned from First Luther- and Church and moved last Mon- day to Aldefi, Minn. where his parents live. Pastor Berqsachel of Sioux Falls &as guest pastor last Sunday and Rev. Del Lynn of Sioux Falls will be guest pastor for the time being be- ginning next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ingvald Olson, Virginia Mills of Madison and Oscar Olson were Sunday sup per guests in the Harry Mills home honoring the birthday of Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark spent the weekend in the Mike Clark hom~ at tturon. Mike Clark was in the golf tournament in Mitchell over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mont- gomery of JHuron were Tuesday evening visitors of the Eddic Browns. The Rev. and Mrs. Clarence ttamm entertained Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mitchell Sunday at the Ai~esian Care. Earl Witzel of Pompeys Pil- lar, Mont. was a dinner guest Tuesday in the Forest Mitchell home and attended the Senior Citizens meeting in the afternoon. Thursday dinner and supper guests in the Mitchell home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Funken- busch of Taconia, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Effling re- turned home last Tuesday after visiting in the Daryl Kurtenbach ~.ome in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy ttunt of Jackson, Minn. visited from Sat- urday t9 Wednesday in the De- laney Trusty home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Marsden and family of Pittsburg. Pa. visited in the Enmst Sundstrom home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Rose Olwell returned to Poca~hontos, Ia. with the Law- rence Olwell family for a visit in their home. Mr. and Mrs. John Vittitoe and Belle Vittitoe visited in the Anna Hall home :Sunday. Lucille McKoewn left Thurs- day for California after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Anna Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schmit and family attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Emmett at Grand Junction, Ia. held Sunday after- ncon. Mrs. Harry Hass retprned home from the hospital Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Walter May Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter May Jr. were Saturday supper guests in the Alan May home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Laird of Fulton visited Esther Moore Saturday evening. Located one block north of the Catholic Church in Woonsocket, S. D. on-- Sun., Sept. 7-1:30 P.M. 7-ROOM HOUSE Living room, dining room, kitchen, bath- Mr. and Mrs. Pete Beren~ of Woonsocket, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter May Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Alan May were Sunday evening guests in the Walter May Jr. home. Nealey Vaughn and Esther Moore visited Mrs. Max Wetzel Wednesday at Wess. Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Forst of Aurora, Minn. and Edna Hen- drix were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Mitchell at the ice cream social in Roswell Satur- day evening and spent the even. ing in the Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Brown re- tttrned Monday from a vacation trip, which took them to Yel- lowstone National Park and the Teton Mountains at Jackson, Wyo. where they visited friends, Mr. and M:'s. Paul Lvdwik and famly of Gl=n Ellyn, Ill. spent a few days at the tlarvey ~'ish home. Mr and Mrs. Dallas Moon visited Friday evening at the R:bert Clyde home at Artesian. Tom and Mary Peterson were supp:r guests Tuesday at the Ben Peterson St. home. Mr. and Mrs. Jen'y Kothe and family visited in the Thelma Iiayden home at DeSmet. Mrs Estella I.ambert of Mit- chell s?ent several days visit- ing ker daughter, Mrs. Ruth Lager. Mr. and Mrs. Dean HyUand and family of Connecticut, Mrs. Estella Lambert and Mrs. Ruth Lager were dinner guests Satur- then on to Sacramento and day and hmcheon guests Sun- Berkeley, Calif. where they spent day at the Lloyd Hyltand hvme. a week with relatives. From Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kothe, there they went to Ogoden, Utah and visited relatives, then on to Brush, Colo. whtre they visit- ed the Ross Baade h~me. Senior Citizens ~leet Senior Citizens met Aug. 19 with 38 members and v!sitors. Visitors were Leona Hoogen- boon, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Brown, Minnie Judge, Eleanor Moo, Beth and Christa Rypins, Dory Barringer, Trudy Johnson, Char- main Broderson and Earl Wit- zel. Cards were sent to Mrs. ttarry Itas~ and Mrs. George ttvam, who are in the hospital. Lunch was served by Harry Ficdler, Frances-Coulthard, Flor- ence Scott, Avis Threadgcld and Ingvald Olson. I Fedora... Harriet ltyiland friends and classmates were guests at the Don Thrcadgold home Friday evening. Mrs. Albert Peterson. Mrs. Robert Fox and Mrs. Joe Eller visited at the Ben Peterson Sr. home Tuesday aftern.~on. Bridge was played Mrs. Veda Pooley of Arizona visited, Friday at the home of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cory. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hylland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clell Banks and family visited Tuesday evening at the Lulu Banks home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hylland and Patty Page visited Friday evening at the Clarence Wittrock home. Vicky Hvlland of Connecticut visited Saturday night with Julie Banks. Th e y also attended church and Sunday. School Sun- day morning at Fed~a. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Staffen and family visited Sunday after- noon at the Lulu Banks home. Patty Page of Artesian spent several days visiting her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wittrc ok. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Pierson of 5Iitche!l were supper guests Sun- day at the Lulu Banks home. Ronald, Tami and Tim Davids were dinner guests Thursday at the Ray Davids home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stable- feldt of Artesian visited Friday at the J. C. Cory home. Jerry Kothe and children left Friday for their home in Idaho after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kothe and other relatives. Mrs. Jerry Kothe remains at the Sioux Valley Hospital in Sioux Falls with her infant daughter, Dorothy, who is ve~, ill. Mr. a n d Mrs. Kenneth Knut-, Adelene Knutson and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hubbart were dinner guests of Don Hubbart at Huron. It was in honor of his father, Ernest Hubbart's birth- day. NOTICE FOR HEARING PETITION FOR SUMMARY ADMLNSTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS. STATE OF SoIYrH DAKOTA,) :ss COUNTY OF SANBORN', ) IN CIRCUIT COURT ) NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ) COURT NO. ) IN TIlE MATTER OF THE ) ESTATE OF Harlin Steichen DECEASED) THE STATE OF SOUTH DA- KOTA SENDS GREETINGS TO: Ruby Tobin, THE PETITIONER FOR SUMMARY ADMINISTRA- TION OF THE ABOVE NAMED ESTATE: ,~N'D TO ALL PER- SONS INTERESTED IN THE A- BOVE NAMED ESTATE: AND TO THE CREDITORS OF THE ABOVE NAMED DECEASED AND ESTATE: AND TO Mr. and Mrs. Martin Willman THE LEGATEES, DEVISEES, HEIRS. HEIRS AT LAW, NEXT visited Saturday evening at the OF KIN, AND TO: Leona Lar- Clarence Wittrock home. A family picnic with pot luck lunch was held at the Harvey Fish home Wednesday evening. Guests were Mr. and. Mrs. Paul Ludwit and family of Illinois, Mrs. Glad~'s Hianey and family sen, L~rraine Costello, Wilma Kelly. Donald Steiehen, LaVerne Steichen, k'iolet Steicken nzw deceased. Ruby Tobin Adminis- trator. NOTICE is hereby given, that Ruby Tobin. 'whose pestoffice address is Rural Route No. 2, of Mitchell, Belle Vittitoe, Mr. City of Hitcheock, COUNTY of and Mrs. Johnnie Vittitoe of Beadle, STATE of South Dako- Howard, Mr. and Mrs. George ta. has filed in this Court, a Pe- Olmstead of Huron, Mr. and tition, praying for Summary Ad- Mrs. Don Reinberg of Mit- minstratic.n of the Estate o f chell and Bertha Gilbrough. Harlan Steichen. Deceased, whose Mrs. Ruth Lager and Mrs. post-office address was Box 212, CITY of Woonsocket, COUb,~'Y Edith Wire took Estella Lam- of Sanbarn, STATE of South Da- bert home Monday to Mitchell. kota and that on Friday. the 26th day of September, 1975, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., of said day, Achievement Days Purple Ribbon Winners the Court-room ef the Ninth Mr. and Mrs. Dean tlylland ~:ij: and family of Connecticut left L.:.~' ~'~ ....... Sunday afternoon after visiting U~-~:~ a~ 10 days with their parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Lbyd ttylland and oth- er relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Corliss Johnston received word from Oakdale, Calif. thai Oscar Jakobsen pass- ed away from a heart attack on Aug. 12. Funeral services were ,held at Oakdale, Calif. Bur- ial was in Forest Lawn Ceme- tery at Los Angeles. He is sur- ,.,W vived by his wife and two daughters. They formerly lived one mile n,,)rth and :me-half west of Fedora. Senior Citizens met Friday af- ternoon at the hall with good at- tendance. Games and car~s were played.. Lye Soge discussed wills a n d trusts. Mrs. Mareelene Schultz and friend of Madison were guests. Lunch was furnish- ed by Senior Citzens and serve2 by Mrs. Mabel Putnam, Mrs. Lloyd Hylland and Mrs. Sue Willman. Next meeting will be pot luck lunch. The Fedora U.P.W. met Thurs- day afternoon at the Earl Lam- bert home. Fifteen members an- swered roll call with a Bible verse. The group is going t o ........ furnish funds for divider screens for the Sunday school classes this fall. Several members read articles for the lesson. Lunch was served by the .hostess. Mrs. Merwyn Walter will be the next hostess. Fedora and Glenview Church families attended a pot luck pic- nic supper Stmday at the Dick Poppen home at DeSmet. Games were played. Approximately 100 persons attended. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hylland and family and Lloyd HyUand visited at the Clarence tlylland home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jer~T Kothe and family were supper guests Wednesday at the Rog:: James home. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Young spent Saturday night with her mother, Mrs. Mae Davids. Mrs. Edna Chase and Mark, Mrs. J,oe Klehmke, Crystal and Ridge, Mrs. Matis Monte Mayer room, 2 bedrooms downstairs and 2 bed- and, Ginia, Mrs. Effie Morgans and Tom and MaD" Peterson u"s*a;, I were supper guests Thursday rooms at the Mae Davids home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kothe and TERMS: 10 % down day of sale and balance amUy visited Wednesday at the Dave Clarke home. on delivery of deed. MERLE ....... " ~E~z~E., JERRY MOORE WOONSOCKET NEWS Woonsocket, S. D. 57585--Page 6 Thursday, August 28, 1975 Judicial Circuit, in the County Court-house. located in the City of Woonsocket, County of San- born. State of South Dakota, has been set for hearing the said Petition, when and where any:i heir, at law, next of kin, lega-i tee, devisee, creditor, or other person interested in said Estate, may appear and assert an)" claim or right against Estate, a n d if they so desire, Show Cause, why such Petition should not be granted. NOTICE is further given, that u~on such hearing, the Court will determine whether such Es- tate is to be distributed forthwith, and, if so, to whom, the same i~ to be so distributed, and if such distribution is made, the claim of any creditor nvt pre- sented at such hearing will be forever barred, and the claim any person interested in said Estate, unless so exerted at such time and place, and not present- ed at such hea~ing, will also be forever barred. The Total Value of the De" cedent's Estate as set forth i~ ~he Petition is Five Thousand r'-llars ($5,000.00), and for fur- ther particulars relating there" to. reference is to be made to the Petition on file her~in. DATED THIS 8th DAY O1~ August, 1975. ATTEST: BY THE COURT: s-Irvin N. Hoyt Circuit Judge s-Rbert Mead Clerk of Courts (SEAL) Franklin W. Schlueter Attorney for Suite 305. F.&M. Bldg., Huron. South Dakota, 57350 W46-3i FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD I MS AUCTION Located 1 block west and 3 blocks south of the Stock State Bank in Artesian, S. D. on-- SATURDAY, AUG. 30-1:30 P. Household & Miscellaneous Cartier window air conditioner; green-gold divan; 19" portable General Electric colored TV stafld; Kenmore automatic washer; three chairs; end tables; hassock: coffee table; metal stand; vestibule cupboard stand; Duncan Phife room table and six chairs; breakfast table and chairs; Electrolux vacuum cleaner and attachmentS; wood lawn furniture; 10 folding chairs; white tea ca~ Chests of drawers; white utility cabinet; desk wiO chair; bedroom set complete with spring and blonde bed and dresser with spring and mattress; lamp; table lamps; miscellaneous small appliances; of dishes; miscellaneous pots and pans and kitchen sils; one step ladder; one straight ladder;. slmp tools: many items too numerous to mention Antique Items Cabinet Singer sewing machine; canning jars; jug; kerosene lamp; 2-burner kerosene stove. Terms: Cash! Not Responsible for ROY C. HAMM, owner Scott and Olson, Auctioneers Live Stock State Bank, Clerk FURNITURE 2-wood frame beds with springs and mattresses 2-oak dressers Chrome kitchen table and 6 chairs Refrigerator Electric range Electric fan Large wardrobe Two rockers Six chairs Kitchen ware Some dishes Two oil heaters ANTIQUES Solid oak round dining table Solid oak library table Large oak buffet Bookcase desk combination oval glass door Center stand, claw feet Two old chests of drawers TERMS: CASH Not responsible for accidents MIKE GOERGEIq, Estate Don Schersehligt, Auctioneer Milton Nelson, Auctioneer