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January 1, 1970     Jewell County Record
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Weveite Weir e~ .Mr. and Mm. Or- James on C'bristm~ ~vo ' a tamily gathering and were their childron M.r. and ~h-s. and family, Mr. oon Hoah and ~V, and Mrs. Gerald James ~~of Beloit, and Mr. ~.- Dehner Loe and f~m- Glasco. ~ Stnder, Mrs. Alice and chtldron, and Mr. C.ar~ ' Stxtder and were Christnms din- ~ Mx. and Mms. Ray and Mrs. Wonde~ Inter.' of Jewell and Ya-.. and Cecil Clark were guests t Eve of ~[r. and Mre. ond sons. and Mxs. Larry Keek Gardnm-, Kans. and Roland BonJour of Topeka were ho~- of Mr. and Mxs. r~ro and Yrs. Taylor CPmrk mothers, b~s. Gladys ~. Ella Patterson, Christmas Eve of Steve Tyler end /2eyd Johnson of Clovis, New guests Sunday at MOBIL SERVICE ~. Jack sursw OAK, KANSAS vtsRo~ OL, qsmms aflemo~ at the home of her sister, ~. Waune~a Weir. ~rs. "Hazel'Htghee and her mother, Mrs. ~artha Htlber, spout Christmas Day afthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ross and fam~y of ~cordla. ~. and ~. Floyd Ross were ChrLqmas dinner guests Of their son, Howard Ross, a~ the ~lLs C~fe in Montrese. la ~e ~ they drove to BeIlevffle and visited Howe~'s wife, Cdadys, at the Bellanrille Home. Mr. and Mrs. VtrgU S~dders mad son are spending t~e holi. dyas at ~he home of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. ~0hn Petere, and mn m~d his sis~ and faro- ~ at Newton. ~as. *tev. m~d Mrs. Chas. Sea. n~ns, ~ and Mark were guests ~rn~admas Day at the home of her lutrents, Mr. and M~. Harry ~ackstme Of the Olive Hill vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tyler end ~ of Senna, Mrs. ~Uz~s ~rs.. E1ta Patterson of ~andMr. and Mr~ F~ene Clark mad John Taylor Ipent Oe~mas Day at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor aark. Mr. and Mrs. Paul and fam~y of ~m were eve~ia~ Suests. ~bs Fermoso Library C~b has placed ~ new book tn the Formoso Community Library ht memm7 of the late Mrs. Dean Dewey, a member of the dub. T~e ~_e of the book is '"rbe Q~m's Confession" by Vieto~a HeR. Mr. and Mrs. Lorraine P~Bus") Davis of Norway, Kon. are the parents of a baby boy born Tuesday, Dec. 25, at the Bellevi~ hospital. Tho Dav~ were former Formoso resldev~. 'Mr. and ~-s. Howard Field, ;~r. were hosts to a fan,dly pot. luck dinner at their home on Friday. T~coe atte~l~ we~ Mr. and Mrs. Romld SOu/ford and Tracte of Norman, Okla., Mr. and ~rs. Earl sta~ord, Jr. of Scott ~ity, Mr.. ~fltord St~o~ of A~end~ Mr. and .Mrs. Richard Stafford of El Ca~, c~., Mr. ~d ~rs. W~. tar Hocker, Cindy and Ps91 o~ Roeland Park, Kans., Mr. and ~. Lya~ Doxon, and Mrs. Mlunie ~sfford. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Isaac. sm e.,uf sons entortained ~th a family dhmer at their home on Christmas Day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin ~t~Iton and fam~ of St. ~rancis, Mr. and M~ stanley Vesch, C~urtland, Mrs. ~elson Stai~brook, Mm-- ela and Susan, MlnneapoLk, Mrs. Maude ,Howland, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howi~d, C~ella and ~ Clark, 'Ed Dmnaan, and ~Mrs. Don $Iowla~ and ~mifer. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan ml'~Uy we~ C~u~mas ela- mr ~zests of ~s parmes, Mr. and M~s. Rub~ Jolm~m o~ Seond~ W~t~sday even~ g~ of ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Harold ,Mohler were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Tam- er, Harold and Peggy Of f~as- tings, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Du- a~e Wiley, Barb~a, Terry and l~ac~e, ~o, ~-s. V~rg~ Mohler and Cdor]a, Michael and Sheila, Formoso, Mr. Jerry ~,y, RepuhUca~ City, Nebr., Mrs. Kenneth He- bet-, Jr., Jerry, Judy and Janet. Fomwco, and ~ Cindy Hess. er, Monkato. Mr. and Mrs. /.e]and Turner; Harold and Peggy, NelX'., were dinner guests o~ Christmas Day of her pareots, Mr. a~f Mrs. Hnreld Molxler. Supper guests were the Ttmmrs and Mr. and ~Irs. Dusne Wiley, Bhrbsra, Terry and Tracie Of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Vern~ Mohler, Jacalya and Joeelyn of Garden Oity ~ supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karc~ Mohler..Evening callers were Mr, and Mrs,. Vtrgll Moh~er, Michael Mohl~" and Sheila. Bowl/rig News "rwas the night after Christ- mas and M1 wasn't q~iet as a mouse at the Recreation as pins were flying like mad. All those extra helpings and holiday goodies just p~ an ex- tra ~z~rk into the bowlers. end gents alike were tallying op good scores. ,Prizes for vveniag went to the high ~- dl~lual scores in the seeond game. ~aese were won by Ro- berta Reed and Carl Studer. Now when our ~ happen to roll a |ow score, it's not their faul~--reafly. We put the blame right where it belongs.---~ th~ pins, the ball or the elley. So, we give prizes to t~ose who ~-oumb to these pi~alls. Priz. m were give~ in that category to Dick Kinsey and Fl~onee DaM. The high individual scor- ers for a single game were La. vemla Kohn with a 173 and Lavm'ne ~tm~bury with a ~. They were aflso winners of the high three game series with a 444 and a 4el respectively. Be seeins yo~ ae=t Frid~ night. Mr. ~d~. ~ Wood of East Lafayette, Ind, left Sun- Sumtay Wed.esday Zechariah Psalms 9:9.10 22:1-$1 Mop.lay Thursday Joel Matthew 2:2J.29 1:1&.25 ' Tuesday Fr~ay Psalms Matthew 16:1.11 2:1-12 Saturday Matthew ' 2:lJ.l~ , Scrlptures 8elected by the American Bible Society Copyright 1969 Keister Advertising Service, l~c., Straaburg, Va. Symbol of the New Year---a bouncing baby Old Year---a gnarled and de}ected Father Time! begins, we want to wipe the slate clean, we want to that has happened and start all over again. But stop and thinl~ a moment. Naturally, there past that we wish had never happened. There were sorry we bad said and done. But what o/ the tender moments~the really good things? The best way to start a really "new" New church and taking a quiet personal loolt at yourself. o[ the experiences given us during the past, and then, ~ spective, plan your New Year with/aith and Wkter S~edul~ Oes. 8"30 a.m. at Esbon Varne 10:00 a~. at Smith Center . Worship ~SZMnLY O~ aon cu~tm Church G. E. mz~ Pmdm" Sunday Schonl 10:00 a.m. David Morning Worship : 11:00 a. m. Ionfa: Special Children's Service Worship in Basement ...' 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Y.F~ CHURCH Webber. Kansas Loren J. Sllsby, Minister Oale Crispin, S. S. Supt. Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. Church SchoOl .. 10:30 a.m. Choir Rehearsal, Wed ........... 7:30p.m. WSCS--lst and 3rd * Wednesdays .. 2:00 p. m, ~AZAP,~N~ BUm/ OAK David Wilson, p~tor day after spending the holidays at the homes.of their parents, ~ EVANGELICAL "" r:" CATHOLI0C~J[URCH: 7:1 ~- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stafford . LUTHERAN CHURCH ! ',. MANKATO and Mr. and Mrs. Dyle Wood . Pastor Jones, Norway . ; Mlu~: Schedule Oetm of Burr Oak. ~Elvle Konovalsky, Organisti ~tm .d~s ..~.:... 8:00 a.m, " Worship Service . 18:45 a.nf. ...................... " ........ .~ . --. ~, ........ _ - . - .... . Worship. " Sunday School ... 9:45 a.m, CATHOLIC CHURCH Choir, ~ WTJIBER METHODIST