J.W PILKINTON PLANTING TREES 3/10/32 THE BELLEVILLE TELESCOPE(BELLEVILLE, KANSAS)

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J.W PILKINTON PLANTING TREES 3/10/32
THE BELLEVILLE TELESCOPE(BELLEVILLE, KANSAS) - Bertha Brennenstuhl was here from Kansas City...
Bertha Brennenstuhl was here from Kansas City last week visiting her 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brennen- j stuhl, and other relatives and 'friends. | Mrs. L. 0. Cutler is in Topeka this [week spending a few days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Harrison and ! other friends. I W. E. Jones, Sunday afternoon was I driving his auto near the State bank | when the steering wheel went wrong and the car crashed into one of the BAKERY SPECIAL 20€ DOZEN rolls at a single low price jelly filled, while the Maple 30c a dozen, now sold any way you wish at this BREAD in Republic county. Baked sunshine bakery. A loaf ^ 25c per dozen are now 25c a dozen. They SPONGE CAKES great with fruit and whipped Peter Pan Swansdown Cake compliments. BAKERY Belleville post from its place and damaging the machine to some extent. Mrs. F. C. Wilbert and daughter, Miss Carmaltya went to Fairbury Sunday morning to spend a few days at the Irvin Hall home at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hill and children children of Hebron, Neb., spent Sunday visiting his brother, Noble Hill and wife and other Belleville relatives and friends. Mrs. W. B. Faulkner returned Monday night from Lawrence where she went to attend the funeral of J her brother. Among those who attended the musical comedy, "Irene" at the Brown Grand theatre in Concordia Thursday night were Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Arbuthnot, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Miller, Miss Amelia Ludwick, Miss Mary Ward, Miss Frances Barrett, and Miss Olive Wilcox. J. W. Clark and the high school basketball teams went to Manhattan Saturday to participate in the big basket ball tournament at that place in which the Manhattan team was the winner. Mrs. H. H. Huntzinger has returned returned to her home in Belleville after after a few weeks' absence, and while not entirely well yet, is somewhat improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Haggman from near Kackley were in Belleville Saturday attending the school board meeting and visiting with her sister Mrs. Cora Campbell and husband. Granstedt This is Frank township farmer, announced himself the Republican commissioner. Fender Work an expert Body and Fender who has had six years experience cars of all makes. of all damaged automobile a call to repair your wreck body. for automobile painting and of welding. Glass Work Painting Upholstering Repairing CARS Victoria Coupe Six Coach Coupe Ford Tudor Sedan Coupe PRICES ON GILLETTE TIRES Miller Motor Co. Belleville Confidence Counts Company is proud of the Twenty-Five Years Ago (From The Telescope Mar. 15, 1907) It has come at last. Land in Republic Republic county has reached $100 an acre. Last week Frank McNitt of Washington township refused $100 an acre for his quarter section, which is well improved. Neal Elliott and Wm, Fulcomer spent the first of the week hunting on the marsh. Mrs. Fred Hanchett and mother returned Sunday from their trip to Atchison. Mrs. Effie Chapin Chappuis was the guest of Mrs. A. B. Miller in Concordia Monday. S. Bucknell and family visited relatives at Hardy, Neb., from Friday Friday until Monday. Mrs. N. M. Randall arrived home Sunday from an extended visit with her daughter in Colorado. Mrs. Brown who has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. B. Faulkner, left Saturday for Kansas Kansas City. Mrs. W. P. Weeks, and Mrs. H. L. Pierce and daughter Miss Catherine, .spent last Friday in Mankato with Mr. Weeks and Ogdcn. O. L. Griffin was called to Esbon, Kan., Saturday to take temporary charge of the Foster Company's yard during the -manager's absence. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Crummer and daughter, Lillias are expected up from Topeka Friday night and will be guests at the D. D. Bramwell home. Dr. Z. A, Wade will go to Oklahoma Oklahoma next Tuesday to prove up on his farm. Dr. Henson will be here from Kansas City to look after the doctor's dental practice. Mrs. A. S. Orr will leave tomorrow tomorrow for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Sellars, at Council' Grove. Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Savage returned Tuesday from their Oklahoma trip. The Milton hotel has built an extensive extensive porch on the east side of the building. It will be made a double decker soon. Messrs. Paul Doyle, Arch Newburn, Newburn, Earl Stanfield, Pete Anderson, and A. B. Fraser spent the last of last week on the Republican hunting ducks and report good luck. Fifty Years Ago Among those who have settled in our county in the past weeks, we are glad to welcome A. S. Orr and family family from McDonnough county, Illinois. Illinois. Mr. Orr visited our county along with Amos Pierce soon after the holidays and enrolled his name among the supporters of The Telescope, Telescope, promising an early return to the Sunflower state. He has joined the ranks of those who for the past 1 20 years have lifted our glorious I state into a prominence her resour- | ces are abundently able to maintain. ! Mr. Orr brought with him some of j the finest thoroughbred Shorthorn : cattle we have seen in the state. | Mr. Simonds, the gentleman who j has leased a part of the brick ' building to be erected by Van Trump : for a bank, will be here in a few , days and open out in the B- R. Hogin j building until it is completed, j J. W. Pilkinton has been planting ! shade trees. Wm. Segerhammer, township was in attending the fair board. He bis daughter, Miss the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Fairbury came last make an extended the latter's parents, Clark Betts, in Mrs. Barnum will Miss Wilma Betts. Mr. and Mrs. North M street Ansley, Neb., their week, returning to Belleville again week. Mr. and Mrs. occupy the late property on north vacated by Mr. Carty. The week from the door south which the Bert White Donald Burandt for several years old Hugh Scott Rydal, now owned moved last week farm northeast by the Carl Donald will farm Nitus Sandell who had rented farm on Scotch the old Peter as changed locations ily is taking up W. S. Ball home E. Ball and Levi have been living. ily who have been it is understood, lord, Kan., where located. George W. Methodist Sunday superintendent, had the nail into his foot and was unable duty Sunday. superintendent, J. G. Bushby's absence. Mr. and Mrs. son Leonard, who many years, farm near Topeka, to be located the Dodge for some employ of the Rock and ago, has had barber in the north owned by his McMullen. Mr. and Mrs. family, of Bartley, a short time last brother-in-law, this place, Home, Ark., make their home. Fred Fisher brother-in-law of this place, visited and Wednesday routc to Mountain Mr. Fisher was location. Mr. him, leaving Dr. L. F. district Concordia district of Kansas conference church, will be Friday, Saturday, of this week to series of meetings have been held

Clipped from The Belleville Telescope10 Mar 1932, ThuPage 9

The Belleville Telescope (Belleville, Kansas)10 Mar 1932, ThuPage 9
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