The Bayard News from Bayard, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 4
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The Bayard News from Bayard, Iowa · Page 4

Bayard, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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page 4 THE BAYARD NEWS - County News - GUTHRIB COUNTY HOSPITAL Week of Jan 31 to Feb 6 Admitted -Kathleen Kay Faga. Pat Downing, Jr, Stephen Jay Faga, Adair; John E Clark, Bagley; Karen Esslinger, Bayard; Mayme Knauer, Casey; Fae Phillips, Linden; Ada Marks, Paton; Fay Tracy, Richard Riley, Clara Denning, Panora; Claude Messinger, Menlo; Ivan Ford, Betta Woodman, Rex Galley, Beverly Kallhoff, Evert Magnuson, William Hummel, Berthal Teter, Kathryn Masters, Wayne McGlothlen, Phillip Brandstatter, Guthrie Center. Dismissed -Rev Marvin Uhlig, Pat Downing, Jr, Adair; David Betts, Casey; Tacy Judy, Richard Riley, Panora; Joyce Hick, Albert Jorgensen, Sr, William Glade, Bessie Titus, Ronald Slaybaugh, Georgia Myers, Minnie Pass- more, Mina Korup, Betu Wood man, Rex Hayes, Theodore Davis, Bonita Betts Ivan Ford and Berthal Teter, Guthrie Cen ter. Deaths -Wilbur Anderson. Herndon. * * * * * * * Week of February 7 Admitted -Scott Harkins, Adair; Ernest Whitney, Bagley; Betty Coffman and baby, Coon Rapids; Rene Fogle, Panora; Amy Moore George Mains, Menlo; Darlene Lawson, Marlene Worrall, Stu art; Mary Hockenberry and baby, Vernon Reed, Sam Coff man, Roland Thompson, Doug las Short, Bessie Titus, Judy Flanery and baby, Doris Ren slow, Fred Creighton, Zella Myers, Guthrie Center. Dismissed -Kathleen Faga and Steven of Adair; John Clark, Bagley; Karen Esslinger, Virginia Hertel, Bayard; Hilma Faust, Dexter; Fae Phillips, Linden; Rene Fogle, Faye Tracy, Edna Har- In !owa f in the game room beer's the one. for good taste good fun You name your game, ping-pong or checkers, cards or chess. Play it hard and it takes a lot out of you. That's when you like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy your friends' talk and your beer's taste. Beer was made to relax with. Made to refresh you, cool you, cheer your taste. So next time you're playing some sociable at-home game, take time out for the companionable taste of beer. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION!, INC. P.O. BOX 159. OSCEOLA, IOWA roun, Panora; Alvi Channel, Casey; Ada Marks, Paton; Amy Moore, Claud* Messinger Menlo; Marlene Worrall, Frank Low, Florence Wilson, Stuart; Rex Galley, William Hummel, Douglas Short, Ruby Holmes, Beverly Kallhoff, Phillip Brand- sutler, Kathryn Masters, Mary Hockenberry and baby, Vernon Reed, Judy Flanery and baby, Geraidine Benshoof, Guthrie Center. Deaths -Sam Coffman, Edna Moore, Guthrie Center. Births -Loretta Pearl to Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hokenberry of Guthrie Center. James William II to Mr and Mrs James Flanery of Guthrie Center. A son to Mr and Mrs Phillip Coffman of Coon Rapids. * * * * * REPORT OF RECORDS GUTHRIE COUNTY Deeds -E Paul Inez Wilson to William M Marlene A Wilson dw $1 Lot 1, Blk 53 Stuart. Harry B Lois M Moore, Jr to Frank Hazel Seheuermann wd $1 E 57' Lot 13, Blk 3 original Bagley. Lloyd D Vaux to Elbert W Haden wd $1 SW^4 3W West 5 Acres SE% SW% Sec 10-19-30. George Stuart Mary Boatright to Albert Darlyne A Jorgensen, Jr, wd $1 NE14 SE% of Sec 7-79-31. Donald D Irene Newby to Guerdon H Lida J Lee wd $1 NE*4 Sec 31 all 78-30. Harold L Marcella M Gittins to Robert C Lula C Norman wd $1 N%, Lot 1, Blk 13 original Guthrie Center. Harry R Lavancha D Giles to Gerald W Maxine V Davison wd $1 SW% SW% Sec 1 NE% SE N% NE% Sec 2 all 78-30. Orville E Isa Belle Bast to erald W Maxine V Davi- spn wd $1 SW% of Sec 2-78-30. Rosa E McCIatchey to Raymond McClatchey wd $1 N* W% See 1-80-30. The Open Bible Church of uthrie Center to Central Div of Open Bible, wd $1 Part of ,ot 3 NW% SWVt Sec 5-79-31. Elmer L Joan M Bohl to Tames /or Edna R Powers wd $1 N 20' Lot 1, Blk A original Panora. Iowa State Bank et al to Dean Gibbons wd $1 E 60 acres of NE of Sec 13-79-30. Charlotte Walters et al to Amos J Norine G Twedt wd $1 S frontal % SW% NW% SE*4 NW*4 NE% SW^i of Sec 19-79-31. tt ^^ Blanche Wilson Lloyd Marshall W Wilson, Ivy ton; adffis. Richard Hasbrouck, .. dec'd A Ben You're Invited FERTILIZER CHEMICAL MEETING AT THE American Legion Hall FEB. 22 7:30 P. M. FREE Coffee Doughnut mttl - y ~ Holliday, dec'd Jern D Holliday, adm. Coral Green field, atty. Suits Filed -- . Flynn Dairy vs Harold Spring er. Sutton Nielsen, attys. Estates-- ,, Ted Horn, dec'd. Leona Sloan admx. D J Shirley, atty. Marriage Wcenses -Dave Miner, 19, Jamaica, and Kathy Remele, 19, Bagley. Robert Roy Richey, 21, and Mary Ann McLuen, 20, both o Panora. . Donald W Todd, Jr, Guthri Center, and Victoria Sue Sum my, Panora. Donald R Hanlon and Doren Hirschberg, both of Bayard. New Car Registrations -Donald Eugene Hanlon, Ba yard, Chev from Niles Chev Co Victor Vincent Vaux, Bayard Rambler from Moorhead Mtr. Bullock Garage, Bagley, Chry sler from Wiltse Hears. Darrell David Hammond, Gu thrie Center, Ford from Conklin Ford Sales. Clyde Wilbur Rose, Guthrie Center, Dodge from Central. Dale LaVerne Hardenburg Panora, Ford from Logsdon. Lester Lawrence Jorgensen Guthrie Center Chev from La Hue Pont. George Eugene Currey, Pa nora, Chev from LaHue. Marjorie Doris Deardorff o Yale, Olds from Jimmy Dudley. Ronald Roger Wilson, Guthrie Center, Chev from Marshal" Whiteley. John Richard Kriens, Casey Dodge from Kirlin Auto. George Thomas Vaux, Bagley Ford from Headlee Ford. Albert Lee Hunt, Bagley, Chev from Lauterbach. Murble Freddie Christensen Casey, Chev from Roof Chev. Malvin Swain Wickman, Ca sey, Chev from Roof. Merle Bernhardt Noland, Adel Dodge from Hawkeye Dodge. Dorothy Marea Phipps, Pa nora, Olds from Jimmy Dudley Discharges -Feb 2 Merle Frederick Stiles Marines Jan 22, 1946. Ernest Gerald Carstens, Bag ley, Ford from Reinhart Mtrs. Daniel Carl Prescott, Casey Dodge from Central Mtrs. LaHue Pontiac, Guthrie Cen ter, 2 Chevs from same. Charles Cooper Bennen, Guth rie Center, Ford from Logsdon Ford Co. Frankie Lee Kolbe, Bagley Ford from Hawkeye Truck Eqp Clarence Allen Hidlebaugh Bagley Ford from Logsdon. Elvin Jacob Black, Panora Plymouth from Person Mtr. Virgil Jay Christensen, Menlo Chev from Morrison Chev. Helen Marie Corrigan, Casey Chev from LaHue Pont. Peter Raymond Eggen, Casey Chev from Roof Chev. Ralph John Wood, Panora Ply from Persons Mtr. Kenneth Garold Thompson Stuart, Ford from Ankeny Mtr. Robert Harold Cotter, Panora VanDyka from Van's Mobi Homes. Births -Daughter -James Louis Connie Maj Wetzei Kracht, Sr, Guthrie Cen ter. Son -Gary Dean Judee Eischeid Hopkins, Guthrie Center. Charles Mahlon Violet Marie Gittens Iberholtz, Casey Dean Edward Mary Jan Hartzler Hicks, Bayard. Glen Everett Violet. Jean Peers Schoon, Bayard. Deaths -Hilda Pritchard, 44. Menlo Jan 18. Rebecca Gail Tallman Addi son, 80, Guthrie Center, Jan 19 Ernest A Reynolds, 72. Panora Jan 21. Blanche Wilson Lloyd, 77 Gu thrie Center Jan 26. ' Louesa A Barr, 97, Panors Jan 28. Wilbur Louis Anderson, 86 Herndon Jan 31. Vern Emory Stiles, 56. Panora January l, i%5. Sponsored By -- DIAL 426-3271 Cooperative levator i_ Literature and Drama -Literature and Drama, a department of the Bayard Woman's club, met Monday night February 15, with the chairman! Mrs Bill Raymond. Mrs Harlev Dillavou was hostess. Mrs Raymond presided at the meeting. Roll call was "\ Vale tine I Remember." wTl l ii S ^ eing Retai ded Children Week the program was centered on them. Mrs Raymond Ocheltree reviewed two new books on the subject, "You Can Raise S?S. Ha ^icap ped Child" i Study ' Different" by Marit discussion follow told . Mrs Dillavou served refresh South of Town Returns To Hospital -Mrs R E Titus returned to the Guthrie County hospital last Monday after spending a few days in her home south of Guthrie Center. She suffered a heart seizure and had to return to the hospital for further care and treatment. To Illinois -Mrs Leslie Buttler went to Champlain, 111, last Thursday for a few days visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gary Sheldon, and son. Rent Farm -Mr and Mrs Oren Sprague and family have rented Mrs Rosa Marchant's farm and expect to move in the near future. The Spragues have been living on the farm of the late Mrs Sadie Bell. Mother Is 87 -Mr and Mrs Walter Hambleton and sons went to Yale Saturday evening to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Ora Middleton, and help her mother celebrate her eighty-seventh birthday. Mr and Mrs Glen Greenlee and Patricia spent Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs Ina Greenlee. Mr and Mrs Charles Hayes were brief visitors in the Kenneth Hayes home near Wichita Saturday. Walter Hambleton had some dental work done in Guthrie Center last week. Mr and Mrs John Greenlee and Brenda and his mother, Mrs Ina Greenlee, visited in Coon Rapids last Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Bob Parker and three children visited Sunday afternoon in the parental Walter Hambleton home. The Help U dub mtt With Mrs Horace Cmrrttk Wiitnmrta/ afternoon, February 10. Ugh- teen members and one visitor, Mrs Lester Carrick, were present Mrs Orville Mozena conducted the business meeting. Roll call was "A Project I've Completed this Winter." There was a Valentine and hanker-chief exchange. Mrs Bob McCool was program chairman. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Return from Trip -Mr and Mrs Arthur Moylan returned Saturday from a months vacation with their children and grandchildren. They spent three -weeks with Dr and Mrs John Moylan and family in Redwood. City, Calif, and a week with Mr and Mrs ***** s r Mrs and Mrs Walt Slater; Mrs Anita Jimmy. LarrH Moines and P«J afternoon? -- -- John Badger Mr and Mrs Mary entertai day^honorin brother, John of Don Badgered Bachelor Girls Hose.. Two-way AgOon Stretch Average -- Petite Tall $1.00 SHEER SEAMLESS MESH HOSE! Plain Knit Seamless Hose 2 pair $1.25 GARST STOJ Complete Closing Out Sale at the farm 3 miles North mile West or 1 mile South of Junction of Highway 141 mile West, on, Tuesday, Feb. 1:00 P.M. Machinery I7f» TD A rvTVxwk ».* _ . _ . 1952 A-C WD TRACTOR with -Wide Front End A-C 3-14 PLOW A-C No. 60 COMBINE A-C 2-row CULTIVATOR M-W HAMMERMILL M} F^,^ 1 Bar * e *« N-I 4-wheel Manure Spreader Champion 4-rovr Rotary Hoe 24-ft HARROW H TRAILER SPRAYER IH 10-ft BINDER li IH No 27-V MOWER IH 4-bar SIDE DEUVil| IH 10-ft TANDEM N-I No 6 PICKER for 10-ft LAND ROLLER Victor ENDG ATE SEHf SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS XNCLDDIKG OM MACHINES M| 300 BALES OF HAY Registered Hereford Cattle red 1 Registered HERD BULL 6 Purebred OPEN HFIFCDO 4 Purebred BULLS ^'year ««» May and eligible to ored BULLS, year old in May and eligible to regirter T»»-iVkm -- _ _ ^··MH m ^ m H^, ummm ^ mmm ^^MMMm*i^*** Not Responsible for Ac CABELKA ESTA Carroll Cabelka, Adffl. HENSEN YALE Farmers State Bw*.'

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