The Sedalia Democrat from Sedalia, Missouri on August 28, 1955 · Page 14
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The Sedalia Democrat from Sedalia, Missouri · Page 14

Sedalia, Missouri
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Sunday, August 28, 1955
Page 14
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14 THI SfDALIA DEMOCRAT M*., Sunday Marnln*. Aaguat ?S. I9S5 School liaiul Dr. Brown Kiids Pastorate Mrs, Percy McMahan entertained 1 a swimming party and pic-j uim with nic supper at Indian Foothillsj|| I I* 1’I Park, Marshal!. Sunday evening 1 | f ^ 1(1 rair liav jThe party was in honor of Tommy j • - iMrMahan, Jefferson City a guest j Bt Mm. Herbert Hansen At Blackwatcr j;;;'’-! mcoLx -ih. band attended the M;«soun State at Sedal.a Wedne-idav and 'han, and of Rex Gump, .son of* Mr. and Mrs Gump. Others pres , By Mra. M. R. Gtllespte were Miss Dizanne Morns. , ... BLACKWATER — Dr. W, H Mis.s Phylli.s Shemwell jj^nue^Pf Frown, Normal. 111., preached at Morns and Sammie M'^rris. Tom- entertainment They were ac the Methodist Church Sunday. Tie niy M- Mahan returned home gouipanied by meir leader, Mrs announced the fourth quarterly ; Saturday, Homer Brady, conference of the local church the Mj, and Mrs Eugene K;n< i-.eioe - Poague and Lnngwood church, and the Bell Air and Mrs. May Willis went to Kan- dren. W ashing:on, Mrs^ Daw.^ church will he held the first Sun- <;as City Sunday and were gue.'-Ts 1*'^ Da\is. volorado, and Mr. aiUi day in September at the local of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eskew. Ali' Robert Poague and famuy church, This marked Dr. Brown's’They were accompanied by Mrs Eiin>as . . y. are spending a wees Sunday here a.s pa.stor. Dr Kathryn Braymer Mrs. Ruby u iciu' ves. C E. Hix'. head of the department Meyer and daughter. W anda, who Mr.« H.igh Faner, B>in of religion at Central College wiil.Msited with friends. uer Sp.f ru.> Kan, v:.« ted theu he with the church during the^ W K. Smith -id dau^h;c^ P-'e: toe Rev. and Mrs. E. u month of .August. Sarah .Ann Snmh. Nelson, entered V a. er tius .^ecK, Their .smai. Mrs, Bessie Doty and brother, Spotted Poland hog.> at *he Spring da giTer, Joan, vvho had been v.s Clayton Nowlin, were dinner guest?? ; Pgi,. w’eek ^arah \nn ‘ hg ner grandparents, accom Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Riley Doty ; won three firsts in the 4 H gr»”;p panied ^ home, of Nelson. Other guests were Mr. j and one Aocond whu h enabled he’ P.v Mothersbaugh u visit and Mrs Woodrow^ Shepherd and ¡to ha\e entries in the open clas« -h.. re.a^ve.^ ,n Kansas City, family, Slater; Mr, and Mrs. Clyde I Both Mr. Smith and daughter ha\e NP t Ka'ie Sherman returne^i Harper and daughter. Kansas City.‘entries at the State Fair fhi« week hv)me Tuesday after spending most Mrs. Edw'ard Higbee and babv %fr. Smith is a former resident of the .«umnier with her children daughter. Alexia \nn. returned of Blackwater in Oregon, from St Jo.seph Ho.spital, Boon-j Mr and Mrs Elbert Spr'gg Mrs. Anna Martin, who has been ville, Friday of last week. daughters Marian Pee and Pa- quite ill, accompanied her daugh- Mrs. F. W. Marshall and Mis.sitrica Kay Mr and Mr.«. Billy Ter Mr, and Mrs Edgar Bumpas Faye Shannon were guests last ciemens sons. Bobby and Billy to their home in Windsor Sunday, week in the home of their left Monday for the Lake of the brother-in-law and si.ster. Mr. and Ozarks region on a three-day trip Mrs W. G Redman St. Poui.s i Karl Brockway went to Marshall Mrs Carmen Lueking. daughter ¡Sunday afternoon where he attend- and son. Amy Kay and David, re-.ed funeral services held for Mrs turned to their home at Bunker;Mary Niemeier. Hill, ni., the first of last weekj ^ -------------------------------------------— after a visit with Mrs Ruth : F<,r Ambulane» Servi« Ph. 8 i ... — ___ Afr and Mrs, Bill LaBoube and son. Barry, went to Sweet Springs; Sunday w'here they visited Mr. and : Mrs 0 A Keeney. They were ac*‘ companied home by their son and; daughter Gary and VVillene who had visited in the Keeney home for several days. Phil Keeney accompanied them home for a visit. from this community to attend the annual picnic and has-’ kef supper of the Famine WPFA held at Chouteau Springs were Mrs Percy McMahan, her grandson and guest. Tommy McMahan. Jefferson City, and his guest, Rex Gump; Mr and Mrs. Herbert Shemwell. Miss Phyllis Shemwell. Mr. and Mrs Joe Esser, Mr. and Mrs Frank Esser. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Shiflett, daughters, Donna and Monna. Mr. and Mrs. John Vaughan left Saturday for their home at Stillwater. Okla., after a four-day visit with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Forest ■ Widel. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gump and SCHIEN Insurance Agency J. O. I.ATIMER—Manager Insurance • Surety Ronds 204 Plast Third Street Phone 2SS Sedaba, Mo. MAXINE’S Compiete Selection BABY GIFTS and MATERNITY WEAR M ATERMTY and TOT SHOP GOT \S. Brwy. oa Bdwy. Plaza Open 10;00 a m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday Through Saturday LEASE A TANK Use a Skelgas System For cooking we have cylinder tanks. For beating, or for heating and cooking we have bulk tanks in 500 and 1,000 gallon size. >-T-: f I Regardless of Your Gas Needc See____ BAflR SKELGAS Service 105 West Main St. Phone 191$ •‘Nothing Too Big or Too Small" FLOOR COVERING SALE Do It Yourself And Save! 0 Armstrong Quakor Wall Covering with K.99 Plastie Finish .. running foot 0 Armatrong Vinyl Plastic Floor Tile, 24 lovely colon................ IS^ per 9x9'* tile 0 Vinyl Plastic Cabinet Topplng—^edalia's largest selection ...............5^«’ It. and up 0 Heavy Duly Plastic Wall Tile—Designed for permanent insiallaiion. Average bathroom tile for only.. ^ 19.(10 Discoyer for Yourself how easily NEW and IMPROVED FIATLUX ONE COAT WALL PAINT I Works Color Miracles ... ,| Better than ever before on Walls and Ceilings! New FLATLUX flows on evenly from brush or paint roller . • . it dries quickly to a smooth, velvety, fode-proof, washable flat finish. Mode with low odor solvents so that the room can be used the same day. One gallon will point the average size room. PRICED TO KEEP INTERIOR PAINTING YOUR BUDGET! 4 25 •AUOM 116 East Fifth DUGAN’S Central Missouri Home Decoration Headquarters Phone 142 Tell ’Ya What fan'Gonna Do- Just ’Cause I Know You're Lookin’ For A Real Value I’m ’Gonna Tip ’Ya Oil To The Best Deal in Sedalia. Now Step A Little Closer, Friend... UP A Little Closer-That’s It-NOW LOOK A’ HERE, Tha Boss is on Vacation—We ’Gotta move some boxes! So, for a short time, and a short time only,we’re ’gonna make you the biggest trade-in allowance ’ya ever heard of NOT S25.00 -NOT S50.00 -NOT S75.00 -BUT 80 00 to 200 00 or MORE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE for any sealed unit Refrigerator in running condition on any of these New 1955 Refigerators! We’llUeal YourWay WhileThe Boss isAway See Us: Bill Burkholder, ErnestHeller. Dean Hanning, and we’ll go the limit. 5 Only—Regularly priced............. Less Trade-in ..................... .......... .... nmhou YOU PAY ONLY ... 349.95 EASIEST TERMS IN TOWN 24 MONTHS ON BALANCE. 7 Only to sell—Regularly priced .... 19.95 Less Trade-in ............................ . ^1**0.00 YOU PAY ONLY .... 199.95 BIG 9.2, Cu. Ft. À a Admiral REFRIGERATOR ... at the price of a 7 cu. ft. refrigerator... LOOK AT THESE ADMIRAL FEATURES: • Full-Wldlh Freezer Chest • Stores 59 Ihs. F rozen Fond- Full I 7 ru. ft. • Handy Butter Keeper in Door • 4 Full-Hidlh Heavy-Duty Shelves—Clear-view Crisper. • 3 Deep-Capacity Door Shelves, Removable for Cleaning. • Beautiful "(ilaeier-Tone’’ Titanium I’orcelain Interior, • Baked on Mhite Dulu* Exterior Finish. 3 Only Model D958 Shown ' Regularly ..................... Less Trade-in......................... *»0.00 YOU PAY ONLY ... 179.95 4 Only Model 11C7T—11 cu. ft. Regularly ............................. Less Trade-in.........................^150.00 i YOU PAY.......................« ONLY ........................... 249.95 EASIEST TERMS IN TOWN 24 MONTHS TO PAY BALANCE HURRY For The Best Refrigerator Deal You’ll Ever Make! These Must Be Sold Before The Boss Gets Back From Vacation! BURKHOLDER’S 202 SO. OHIO ST. PHONE 114

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