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"1 i i 4 HAND i won 7 3 tfc Miss Launa Rae White Is CARD THANKS ARMS AND ACREAGE Other listings See Im INSTANT CREDIT mDTUATMVWr AD PAMMAUJOC VO! REAL ESTATE OR SALE PURINA PRODUCTS NOTICE APPOINTMENT ADMINISTRATRIX No 4090 To all persons Interested In the estate of BOURGEOIS Decedent: On the 17th day of July 1969 Dorothy Rickman was appointed Mr Wm Jenkins was brought home from the Hospital the first of the week and is improving nicely Mrs Rosa Chappell is still a patient In the Mineral Area Hospital Mr Chas Beck Is still In the Hospital and not much Im proved at present Mrs Esther Glore entered the Mineral Area Hospital last Monday for some tests Mrs Alzada Hart who has been 111 for the past month Is some Improved at this time Mr and Mrs De orest of armington and Mr ol Start aster Missouri 63624 Thomas A Matthews Attor ney Box 245 arming ton Missouri 63640 Dates of publication July 17 24 and 30 and August 7 1969 They Ship Better Office Phone 734 2562 Center and Cedar Street Bismarck Missouri 63624 i WT Rawleigh reeport Hllnois 8 7 4tc THE BISMARC GAZ ETTE Thursday August 7 1969 Page 5 OR SALE 19 12 ACRE ARM located 12 mile East of Bismarck on Highway 32 new house barn outbuildings deep well four springs young orchard Call 734 2276 after 6:00 pm 7 31 2tc THREE CHIHUAHUA Pups $2500 a piece 734 2887 Chas Tedder Bismarck 8 7 2tc OR SALE: 1969 SINGER TOUCH 4 SEW used 3 months like new Makes cigzag patterns buttonholes blind hems overcasts mono grams winds bobbin In mach ine 15 payments of $595 'see locally Cash discountwrite: District Credit Corp Box 361 Clinton Mo 8 7 2tp by the Norman Rldgon VW Post No 5896 of armington Missouri He Is survived by his wife Grace White of Bismarck one son red White Jr of St Louis nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren a host of other relatives and friends uneral services were held on Saturday afternoon August 2 at the United Methodist Church in Bismarck by the pastor Rev Robert Davis Interment "was In the Masonic Cemetery with funeral arrangements under the direction of Caldwell Brothers uneral Home 1 want to take this way to thank my friends and loved ones for the many kind things they have done for me sincemy accident July 3 I thank everyone tnat sent cards notes of encouragement for every prayer the flowers and visits May God bless each and every one is my prayer Bessie Wiliams the above named decedent by the Probate Court of St ran cois County Missouri The business address of the admini stratrix is 1026 Maple Street Bismarck Missouri 63624 and the attorney Is Charles GHyler of United Bank Building ar mington Missouri 63640 All creditors of said decedent are notified to file claims in court within nine months from the date of this notice or be forever barred Date of first publication Is July 24 1969 DAVID BLACK Judge of the Probate Court St rancois County Missouri Dates of publication July 24 July 31 August 7 and 14 1969 SINGER ANTIQUE PortableSewing Machine Whirlpool Washer and Dryer 2 room el ectric heater Bolen 10 horse riding tractor with disc and plow 734 2379 Paul Messer Route One Irondale Missouri 8 7 Itc Now is the time to apply for instant credit so the money will be ready when you get ready Twin City Church of Christ estus was the scene of a beau tiful wedding on Saturday even ing June 27 when Miss Launa I Rae White daughter of Mr and Mrs Mervin White of Route One Pevely was united in matrimony to Mr Noale James Reeves of estus son of Mr and Mrs Jesse Reeves of Route One Bismarck Mrp Herbert Hooker clergyman performed the double ring ceremony which took place at seven pm by candlelight The bride chose for her wed ding a chapel length empire style gown cut in A llne fashionVlth a lace bodice featuring scalloped neckline The fin gertip sleeves accented the ring finger and the front waistline was adorned with a small bow brother oi the groom of Bls The skirt featured a panel of marck and Barry White the lace from bodice to nem in the front and the skirt back was graced by a detachable watteau train with border and Inserts of lace The train was secured at the shoulders by petite bows The bridal veil was fastened to a rhinestone tiara and the bride carried a cascade of gar denias red roses and steph anotls The former Miss White wore a diamond pendant which was her gift from the groom The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father who presented her in marriage They walked between pews dec orated with miniature bells and ribbons Palms and arrange ments of daisies roses and fern decorated the church with candelabras lighting the front and hurricane lamps glowing along the aisle Mr Richard Mabery of lat River sang "One Hand One "One Alone" and the "Hawaiian Wedding at appropriate times during the ceremony The bride chose for her mat ron of honor Miss Marlette Pudlowski of St Louis who wore a chapel length A llne gown of lilac color featuring a miidirin collar and sleeves Nylon ruching orna mented the front of the dress with a deep purple satin bow ornamenting the natural pleat at the back Miss Pudlowski rederick Augusta Whitest son of the late Charles White and Lorraine Bennington White was born at Pleasanton Kansas on January 17 1894andpassed away at the Missouri Pacific Hospital In St Louis on July 30 1969 at the age of 75 years On August 20 1917 he was united in marriage to Grace Emley and to this union three children were born Oie daugh ter Mary Louise White one son Jack White seven brothers and two sisters preceded him In death Mr White retired from the railroad company in 1950 where he served with the express com pany He was a member of the United Methodist Church of Bismarck Veterans of oreign Wars Sabylla Chapter No 276 Order of the Eastern Stars and the Bismarck Masonic Lodge No 41 Military services were held on riday night at 8:00 PM WRIGHT EED STORE BISMARCK MO Miss Joyce urry visited Mr and Mrs Virgil Hughes and family of Leadwood July 17 19 q' They attended the Church of God meeting each evening at the campgrounds on Highway 8 west of Leadwood Also visiting Mr and Mrs Hughes was their daughter and her husband red and Lee Donna Cason of Cleve land Tennessee Mr and Mrs Virgil Sutton visited his parents the rank I' Suttons Thursday afternoon and brought us a bucket of black berries he had picked in the Hazel Creek Community that morning They were real nice si as we naa not nao rresnoer The new MA Security Service Credit Card gives you instant credit when you select the new car you want And you can get proctection to make payments for you if you get sick or hurt and work And you can get protection to pay for the car if you live to complete the payments WANTED HEAVY STEEL cast Iron car motors old trucks and tractors Don Randolph Graniteville Mo miniature and decorated with swans centered the room The cake was displayed on a round table covered with a white satin cloth Mrs Wilburn Coup and Mrs Wilbur Hummell served the bridal dinner assisted by Mrs Kenneth Dozar of estus The menu Included roast beef baked ham relish trays potato chips punch and coffee After honeymooning in the Ozarks the Reeves are now at home at Blue ountain Mobile Home Court estus The bride Is a 1967 graduate of Herculaneum High School and Is employed at Hartford Insurance Company St Louis The groom graduated in 1964 from Bismarck High School qnd is employed by Yamzow Manu facturing Company St Loiilsi He as stationed with the United Army In Germany for jtwb yeqrs of town guests at wedding were: Mrs Charles Schueler of St Louis who pre sldeA at the guest book kbs Mabel White the grand mother Viroqua Wisconsin Mrs reeman Rusk Viroqua Wisconsin Mr and Mrs Harold Shasteen Shelbyville Illinois Mr Daniel Bates St Louis Mr and Mrs Charles Schuler St Louis Mr and Mrs' John Henry St Louis Reverend and Mrs Eichelberger Lisa and David St Louis Miss Martha Mork St Louis Mr Anthony Lococo' St Louis Mr and Mrs Garrett La Rose Mike and Lisa Hazelwood Mo Mr and Mrs Raymond La Rose De Soto PACKAGE LIQUOR AND GROCERY STORE with living quarter Doing a thriving business 82180806 TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with basem*nt and extra let acres from eed Store in Bismarck TWO BEDROOM HOUSE in Leadwood on large lot $430000 40 ACRES with two bedroom house end two car garage located 4 miles North of Pilot Knob on Highway Price $2900000 4 ROOM RAME full basem*nt located in Bismarck priced at $99010 7 ROOM RAME 1VJ baths income apartment upstairs located in Bismarck $129000 MODERN 2 BEDROOM house on large lot in Graniteville $4800 BUS BELL REALTOR brother of Pevely AU wore summer tuxedos which also was the attire for the ushers Kevin White of Pevely the brother: and Eugene Reeves the brother from Bismarck Candlelighters were Anna belle and Linda Reeves sis ters of the groom They wore orchid dacron dresses trimmed with nylon ruching In front and satin bows In the back Their cap sleeves and mandarin col lars were like those of the dresses The mother chose for her wedding a blue dress with a lace cape Her black hat was crowned by a cone of pink and white flowers and she wore a corsage of gardenias i and pink roses Her gloves were white A reception took place im 1 mediately following the cere mony at Hi Point Club estus with approximately 125 guests in attendance The hall was draped with pink and white streamers hold ing wedding bells and a large wedding bell centered the table Each table was centered a bud vase hold ing a daisy and fern Also de cap Ing a daisy and fem Also decorating the bride's table were bouquets of daisies roses and ferns A three tiered wedding cake topped by a wedding couple in Vaccinate early with Cattle Biologies Destroy worms with Purina Worm all cattle need it Use Purina Co Ral to control grubs and lice Ease the ill effects of shipping with Purina Cattle Injectable Ask us about Purina's Beef Pre Conditioning Program including the Purina Vaccines Health Products and Pre Conditioning Chow need Ri( US Pat Off by arbanfabrikan Sayer AG Chamagro Ltcenee OR SALE YOUNG PARAKEETS $300 each 734 2623 217 Spruce Street Bismarck 8 7 2tp SEWING MACH1NG 734 2206 8 7 2tp PRE CONDITIONED CATTLE ARE WORTH MORE HERBST ARM Located one mile sooth of Holiday Ina Jr jnst West of Highway 7 Only 4 miles to armington Total of 780 acres with over 500 acres in pasture and Cropland Per fect for large cattie operation with a good part of land js cated for urban development 5 70 acres of prime recreation and timber land located adjacent to St rancois Village on Highway AA only 7 miles south jjf armington Has frontage on St rancois River and hundreds of acres cl timber land suitable for hunting camping trail rides and just good seclusion from the outside world Perfect for a group to buy because good financing at five percent in ter st is available 201 ACRES with over 179 in pasture located just two mites southeast of Bismarck Mo This is one of the better farms 3t our area and has been a successful operation for many years Only bad health could force the owner to sell Good running water two bams and other service bandings along with charming 4 bedroom house a ACRES iust West of Bismarck ua Highway 32 Attractive home with full basem*nt well located oat buildings and plenty of water on this small farm for $185330) 125 ACRES with neat modem home A produc'n livestock farm with good land excellent water and goad outbuildings and fencing It is secluded abo it 15 miles west of Belgrade A complete farm for only $1850000 M0 ACRES near Clark National orest This land is one of the most perfect recreation sites in the state Enough fa to expenses but the creeks pure large springs and deep dear lake are outstanding $2000000 110 ACRES about 40 of it in timber along Cedar Creek Good highway access Two large barns well located poultry houj and excellent water have made this place a money maker for all previous owners The bedrcom houu with part basem*nt has hardwood floors and excellent view It is well worth $3000 240 ACRES in Bellevue Valley About one half in pasture mid one half in woods Numerous springs two good creeks and a well furnish all the water for a stock operation aod afford a couple real good lake sites $3900000 30 ACRES of recreation land Beautifully wooded rolling hid in Bellevue Valley with springs and branch is a hunting and camping paradise 177 ACRES NEAR BELLEVIEW About 100 acre in alfalfo and permanent pa lure 70 acres of woods Plenty of water but no house on this one $2200303 45 ACRES near Belgrade on county road Creek and pd supply water in abundance $4290000 SLAUGHTER HOUSE ermpiete on 22 acres enced good water electricity $85000 25 ACRES in Bellvue Valley near Caledonia Most of alfalfa Two good barns a spring and pond for $750000 2S00 ACRES located on headwaters of Black River apprilij mately mil's north of Johnson Shut Ins State Park Several rnrinosand Inrated where new Highway at Iron and Reynolds County line Mineral rigS intact on almost the acreage Lots of potential for dp preciation in value and development 120 ACRES that adjoins above tract and lying in Iron County New highway will go through this property for over a mifo Both these properties have a £ood future fx U5 ACRES 8 miles Northwest of Potosi Over 20 aero tillable lot of pasture abundance of water make this tractive cattle farm Large 7 room stone house 24 ACRES IN 1LVJEW VALLEY with two story house Godd Mnr creek en property Lots of highway frontage House is in fair condition and the location is wonderful House hns bnth 4 bedrooms gas floor furnace good burn all for 1590003 211 ACRES of good farm land near Belgrade 150 acre of psi ti'T and hnv Large pond and Jane Creek furnish plenty of water Howe is very old but could be restored $295000 Approximately 280 acres of timber five mile South of grade on county road Good creek for year round flow ter Old school house would make ideal cabin Secluded got accessable and lots of game $1700 214 ACRES ON CEDAR CREEK with four live springs Hve miles West of Belleview just off Highway 32 I to IN aero in pasture and hay Eight room house has been remedetodhs furnace easem*nt gooa outnauausgs asww PUBLIC NOTICES xfaWio notice printed in newspapers help fulfill the citlsen's teosutttatlonal right of due process of law by putting him on tootieo of matters which affect him or his property NOTICE ILING SETTLEM ENT AND PE 'nTION OR DISTRIBUTION "STATE MISSOURI )SS fCOUNTYO STRANCOIS) fa the Estate of Estate Olive Leggett Trauer No nlcht Deceased 3836 TO ALL PERSONS INTER BESTED IN THE ESTATE 'OLIVE LEGGETT 'NKHT Deceased 1 Notice is hereby given that a final settlement and petition administratrix of the estate pf ior aecermmation oi me per sons who are the successors In Interest to the personal aid real property of the decedent and the extent and character of their interests therein and for distribution of such prop erty will be filed In the Pro bate Court of St rancois Co nJinty Missouri at armingtonjy the undersigned on the 2ndday of September 1969 or as continued by the court and that any objections or except tlons to such settlement or pe Jltlon or any item thereof mustbe in writing and filed within ten days after the filing of such jfettlement io Alma Trauemlcht BoushonAdministratrix Bismarck tee your or tint Botttr Hf MA INSURANCE imwitwr (ol his family at Imperial Mb be fore returning to her home Another son aid her hus band met her at on Sunday and she returned home with them on Sunday Mrs Larry Stevenson and daughter Tracy called to see her grandparents Saturday afternoon On Sunday afternoon Mrs Helen Sutton called at the rank Sutton home We are expecting our grand son Rainie Sutton home from Vietnam this week Robert returned home Sun day July 27 from Texas where as we had not had fresh ber he finished hi Hntydn fief thlfyaar' 'r' of his country He was Rev and Mrs Thomas In the Navy We are so glad visited the rank Suttons to see any of our boys return Thursday evening home safely 'jI The picnic for the Home We are glad to see this won Economics clubs of Washington derful weather after having all vvuub "CU ftUUUUUU Ul wvvks Vi IHUIU VA Kdl nesday July 31 Ever so many hot weather It Is really nice S1tsV0 a amJ aaaI VlUVO TTV4C A QBC1IIVU CMIM A (U1U WVA Miss Ruby Hanson and Callie Hultt picked blackberr ies Thursday morning Mr and Mrs Larry Steven son returned to their horn In lorissant Monday afternoon having spent the weekend at the farm of his sister Pattie Stevenson returned to lorissant with them to spend the week with them and with ary Lou's sister Nancy Phone 734 252S BISMARCK MO arm and Residential Listings Wanted David Hagerty 734 2230 Bismarck Mo Real Estate or Sale ive room house modem cabinets gas furnace vacant shades walks lot good loeatiM 1 ive room house modern part basem*nt large 2 car garage gs foraact on lar ge earner lot 14 apres 7 room bouse ppo dera cabinets 2 car gare bara and other out buildings city utUitie gas beat glass ed ia rear porch and some nice shade tree 12 acres 14 la cultivation8 IM ja timber drilled plumbing bath room cabineui 8 room bouse eil heat hard wood and til floors metnlj roof part basemeat and stor MALE OR EMALE 'HELP WANTED RAWLEIGH HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS Company Launch ing Expansion Program InMls url EXTRA INCOME OR Men and Women No cash to start ree Starting Kit EXTRA "HIGH EARNINGS Set own hours Perfect spare time job2 for men or women with school age children 1 3 61032 CALEDONIA NEWS By MRS NORA SUTTON rirmTrrrrrrrrrrrTrrTOT IRONDALE NEWS By MRS GEORGE EICHENBERGER ininnHHiiiiiHiiiniintitmniitii and Mrs Sylvan Bradley re turned Thursday afternoon from a few days vacation In the area of Eureka Springs Ark They attended a family reunion at Houston Mo on Sunday and Tuesday night saw the Passion Play at Eureka Springs They enjoyed the trip very much Mrs rances ord who resi ded on the Scout Ground Road East of Irondale became very ill early Wednesday morning and before the ambulance got there to remove her to a hos pital she died rather sudden She was 75 years old She Is in state at Bert Boyer uneral Home Leadwood where the funeral service will be held at 2 pm Saturday with interment in Leadwood Cemetery She leaves two sons Henry ord of Bonne Terre and Ira DeClue of Irondale Route We extend sympathy to the family Mr and Mrs Gilbert Perry and son Kenny spent a couple of days last week near Spring field with his brother Gordon Perry and family Mr Leslie Ash Is doing some Improving at the building occupied by the Stephens A Grocery Mr andMrs John Emllngare oh a vacation trip to Canada at present Their daughter Mrs Don Bergmann is looking after the office In their absence Word was received here by Mr and Mrs Gilbert Perry of the birth Sunday of a new grand daughter to Mr and Mrs' Bill Abram Mrs Abram is the for mer Kay Parry They are also the parents of two sons Con gratulations Mr Johnnie Williams suf fered severly from a hornet sting while mowing his lawn one day last week and had to be rushed to his doctor Mr and Mrs Badgett of St Louis have spent the past two weeks at their place here Mrs Emma Taylor has re turned home from the hospital after a bout with pneumonlaand a throat aliment amily Honors Mrs Tom Tinsley On Birthday Mr and Mrs Wm Tinsley were host and hostess to a sur prise birthday dinner at noon Sunday August 3 honoring his mother Mrs Tom Tinsley They were assisted by the other members of the family Picnic tables placed on the beautiful lawn at the rear of the home were laden with many tempting' and delicious dishes Mrs Tinsley was the recip ient of many lovely gilts Those present besides the host and hostess and their son Randy were Mr and Mrs Clifford Kraus and son Danny of Ballwin Mr and Mrs Thom as Tinsley and children Dan Suzanne and Kristi Mr and Mrs Charles Dace and Mr and Mrs Larry Stephens all of Arnold: Mr and Mrs John Urslnl Mrs Melvin lynn Miss Bertha Scott Mrs rank Retkowskl and sons Joe and Tony Mr Donnie Kay andMrs Cottle and daughter Patty all of St Louis Mr and Mrs rank Tinsley and daughter El isabeth and Mrs John Layman of Poplar Bluff Miss Sally An drews of Desloge MissSherry and Master Ricky Straughan of Overland Mr and Mrs Tom Keay Mr and Mrs Allan Ste phens Mr and Mrs DE Tinsley and daughter Kathy Mr and Mrs Raymond Keay and daughter Janie Mr and Mrs Carroll Jones Mr and Mrs Paul Tinsley and the gu est of honor and her husband Mr and Mrs Tom Tinsley all of Bismarck Mrs Delmar Butts of Coesse Ind was un able to attend ti clubs were reoresented and ij beautiful day was enjoyed by all ei Mrs Al Guanetts and chll dren of Illinois visited MrsChas Kintzele Sunday after Inoon Mr Dewey Dickey Jr and son Mike spent the weekend with his mother and her busband Mr and Mrs Chas Kintzele Dewey Jr visited his father Dewey Sr in Potosi Saturday Mrs John Akers returned home Sunday from a four weeks tour of Germany and other I' place's In Europe She reports a real nice tour and She had seen so many Interesting i places Her son Carl met her J5at the airport and she visited CARD THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to my relatives neigh bors and friends for the most beautiful cards letters and gifts I received while In armington hospital Julia Tullock red White Sr uneral Held In Bismarck Jofin Reagan Acy BMJJ BM 7U393I Blsmsrcli 1 Bride Of Nonie Reeves wore a white petal hat with an illusion veil and white gloves Miss Judy Glamann and Miss Susan Coup both of Pevely were the bridesmaids Each girl wore a dress identical to that of the matrbn of honor except for the color which was pink Their petal hats were also pink and each wore white gloves All the at tendants wore white slippers Each girl carried a single carnation tipped to match their gown and ornamented with fern and ribbon tied with knots The groom who wore a sum mer tuxedo with a carnation boutonniere chose for his best min Leonard Moreland a cou sin from Crystal City The groomsmen were John Reeves AMtRICAHi CANCER SOCIETY OPPDRTUHITir RIGHT IN THE PALM 1 1 rji tr JiL ym jyR6 i a iMjiM i wm iir i jtjji Uli your TWjn rv iSBWs onNaww Ur HBBBHBS Kgtl 1 BRSSBMBrgl SKw av nnMWr 7 1 wl The Sign Of A air Deal B'M I A gg a i Sate jfy WBBBBSBBSKBHBB I i BTwTlMiIiOnM i Lto 4 I I I UK yi A 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