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For three days Easton went out to Winchester Winchester and the exhibition of the national national game put up by Winchester must haev made some of the old-timers old-timers old-timers turn in their graves. It was quite distressing the way Easton walloped those Winchester Winchester boys. They don't know their stuff any more. One of the big features Friday was the airplane flight from Fort Leavenworth. The machine was piloted by Lieut. E. F. Davis,. who was accompanied by Sergeants White and Moore. The town was circled several times and a landing landing was made in a pasture, hear town. The Winchester folks were highly pleased with the exhibition and gave the Leavenworth Chamber Chamber of Commerce much praise for its interest in the. flight. .The officers officers who consented to make the flight were warmly thanked for their courtesy in furnishing the entertainment. CELEBRATE GOLDEN WED-DING. WED-DING. WED-DING. Wednesday, - beptember 15, 1920, at their home in Tonga noxie, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kes- Kes- inger celebrated very appropriate ly the anniversary of their fifty years of wedded life. September 15, 1870 at 11 a. m. John A. Kesinger and Miss Bet-tie Bet-tie Bet-tie Whitesel were united in marriage marriage at her parental home in Gilmer Gilmer county, West Virginia. In March 1871 they came to Kansas and located on a farm near Springdale, Leavenworth county, where they resided for several years. They then moved to a farm south of Winchester, in Jefferson Jefferson county, where they lived and prospered for eighteen yeears. Then they sold their farm in Jefferson Jefferson county and moved to a farm three miles south ofTon-ganoxie ofTon-ganoxie ofTon-ganoxie where they resided for five years. Three years ago they sold this farm and purchased the city property which is now their home and moved thereto. Both he and his good wife were members of the C.- C.- B, Church and active in church and Sunday School work in their Virginia home and have continued in the faith throughout the years. The day was ideal, very like the memorable day of fifty years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kesingef'; he being a brother of 'Mr. Kesinger, and she a sister of Mrs. Kesinger; and IVIrs. C. P. Norman, a sister of Mr. Kesinger, were the only: guests present who attended the wedding fifty years ago. Rev. H. A. Cook of the M. E. church, conducted the impressive service, reading the 91st Psalm and offering prayer, and, following following the record "When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder" on the Steinola, gave a very interesting and inspiring talk complimentary to thebride and groom of fifty years, which was - followed by the presentation of the many gifts bearing out the love-and love-and love-and esteem of their children arud other rela- rela- Their son, Oscar Kesinger, then responded with a short tribute and a few well chosen words, af ter which the party partook of the J bountiful dinner which had beerT"" j prepared for the occasion. - In the center' of the table was a beautifully decorateed cake in white and yellow bearing the- the- inscription inscription "1870, 50th Anniversary 1920 made by our local baker, H. Toburen, which was very ar- ar- tistic and appropriate. V The many beautiful presents received were composed of a 'set' of dishes decorated with a gold band, $5 gold piece, berryspoon, tie clasp, tie pin, brooches, 114 Li pins, cuff links and other money guts, etc. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kesinger, Topeka, Kans. ; Mrs. C. P. Norman, Eureka, Eureka, Kans. ; and their seven chil dren Joseph W., of Larned, Kans. ; Mrs. Minnie B. Meredith, of Larned, Larned, Kans., and her son Arthur and wife and baby son; Oscar, of Cheyenne, Wyoming; Willie and wife and three sons, of Nor-tonville, Nor-tonville, Nor-tonville, Kans.; Mrs. Ella Mae Freeland.and husband and little daughter, Dottie, of Larned, Kansas Kansas ; Verne and wife and three children, of Tonganoxie ; . and James H. and wife and two children, children, of Tongan-oxie, Tongan-oxie, Tongan-oxie, Kans. ;,and a nephew, R. B. Kesinger and wife, of Ackerland, Kansas; Rev. Cook and the reporter. 1 During the afternoon a photographer photographer from the Daniels Studio, at Lawrence, Kansas, took several several group photographs and also pne of Mr, and Mrs. - Kessinger. Tonganoxie Mirror; ' FARMS FOR SALE No. i 80 acres, 5 miles northeast of Winchester, in good Catholic community, community, with church and school near;--room near;--room near;--room near;--room house, good barn, plenty good water, 30 acres plowed for wheat. Price $200 per acre. No. 2. 160 acres, 1 mile from Duna- Duna- vant; 5-room 5-room 5-room house, good granary, fair ham, 45 acres plowed for wheat. Price $110 per acre. This is a bargain. bargain. No. 3. 240 acres, 1 1-2 1-2 1-2 miles from Dunavant; good improvements. Price $110 per acre. Here's another bargain. bargain. - No. 4. 100 acres 4 miles south of Winchester; fair improvements, 1-2 1-2 1-2 mile from school. Price $120 per acre. No. 5. 80 acres, 3 miles southeast of Winchester; good improvements. Price $125 per acre. Good terms on this. .' No. 6. 80 acres 3 1-2 1-2 1-2 miles north west of Winchester; good improvements, improvements, good community. Price $13,000. No. 7.-95 7.-95 7.-95 acres, 4 1-2 1-2 1-2 miles north west" of Winchester; good house and bacn, improvements all new. Price $200 per acre. No. 8. 120 acres, 2 1-2 1-2 1-2 miles north- north- east of Winchester; fair improve ments, 4 miles from Catholic . school and church. Price $22,000. No. 9. 80 aVes, 3 1-2 1-2 1-2 miles south west of Winchester; small houBe. Price $125 .per acre. This is only a partial list of the farms we have for sale. If interested, write, phone or come and .see these. places. No. 10. 93 acres, 3 1-2 1-2 1-2 miles north of Oskaloosa and 6 miles south or Winchester; good 6-room 6-room 6-room house, arch cave, plenty good water, good outbuildings, outbuildings, 17 acres in alfalfa. Price $125 per a.cre. . BYRN & WEIR WINCHESTER KANS. X

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  1. The Winchester Star,
  2. 01 Oct 1920, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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