Long’s Farm Supply Sold
Mrs. George Long has sold Long’s Farm Supply to Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lutes of Kansas City. Mr. Lutes is a nephew of Mrs. Long.
The late George Long and Mrs. Long started the business in 1944. Mrs. Long has continued operation of the business since Mr. Long’s death. She is the last of the “Lady” Chrysler dealers.
Other products sold and serviced by Long’s are Plymouth and Dodge automobiles (new and used), Pioneer Chain Saws, and Homko Riding Mowers. They have a full service department and parts supply and are a State Vehicle Inspection Station.
Mr. and Mrs. Lutes will move to Plattsburg soon with their four children: Amy, 17, Cookie, 16, Patty, 13, and Billy, 6.
Bill invites everyone to stop in and get acquainted and the family is eager to become an active part of this fine community.
Mrs. Long will devote some of her time to helping the new owners become acclimated to the business and community.
Mrs. Long expresses her appreciation to her many friends and customers for their patronage over the past 26 years and urges continued support to the new management.
TUNING UP...The Community chorus Easter Cantata will be this Sunday, April 8 at 8: p.m. at the Broadway United Methodist Church in Plattsburg. The chorus is under the direction of George Cover and is shown going through some of the upcoming selections.
The chorus is excellent and certainly on the highlights of the Easter season.
US Bank in Plattsburg is selling Beanie Babies for the March of Dimes. The tellers have many different choices and proceeds benefit the charity that hopes to improve infant health worldwide. (Above) L to R – Kellie Mooney, Beth Potter and Nikki Wade.