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Mankato, Kansas
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January 1, 1970     Jewell County Record
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about eight asd I took off meet NeweU on .to boys' sister, and her Zella re- Same, just lies most of the snow. Our Mankato Jay Wier- in to the They job and had called us h'om this Monday quite ill We were dear voice. daughter-in- Marvin, electric sent us We our good ~rs. Lloyd' US n homemade cockle- are cute. Mrs. Lm'- Mike, Greg, to see us. to see them. and me them, We then .drove some d enjoy the 'we got home arid Shelli and I went them and and her two another little narrow escape coming to and two back she finally after whirling No one Francis to follow us Monday car wasn't big ~4~ to you- big ~om us. ng this to express n to Valued Ind customers eW Year! working too good. But Jay Wier- enga said he ~wo~Id fallow us. The car worked so good after Lloyd Johnson worked it over that Jay couldn't keep up with Clyde. Ct~.tis Shoemaker received a tape recorder for Christmas so watch out what you say be- Cause you might hear yourself talking someday as I did. The Morris Hilimans and the Cecil Hi~lmans are spending Thursday ni.ght and Friday with the Doyle Patees at Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. John AlAvers left last Monday to spend the holidays with their children and their families. We sure miss John and Lena. Mr. Lee Hooton ate dinner with us F.riday and Paul Hei- man from Beloi, t also called on us. We also miss Paul very much as he came to see us every week when on the farm up north. Lee Hooton took (Ynristmas dluner with his brother, Floyd, and family near 'Esbon. Our deepest sympathy goes ~ut to the Clair Frost family in the passing of their lwced one. I received a nice letter from Mrs, John Phillips telling me how much she likes my items and also telling me how happy she was to get F~fie Rose's address. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hake and Becky from Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hake, Joye, Pat- ty and Dabble from Jamestown, and Clyde and I spent Christ- mas with the Morris Hitlman family in Burr Oak. ,Old Santa was sure a sweet old guy; he was so-good to us. We just got so many nice gifts and had such a lovely dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shoe- maker, Cm'tis and Sue took Christmas dinner with Helen Stites. We called Clyde's sister at Salina today and wished her .a Merry Christmas. Her nurse told us she was feeling about the same and we did not wear her clear out Monday. Cloudy and gray this Monday morning, but still we wish ev- eryone a very Happy New Year, especially Bus Boyd and his family. Norman Hendrix, and family of McPherson, Kans. :Mr. I)urw~rd Frost spent Christmas Day at the Claude Frost home near Esbon. We shall be glad to get the subscription to '"l~,e Christian Science Moni~)r" from Mi'. RaSh McCoy of Illinois. He mentioned our news Rams and we hoPe that the ones written in 1970 will continue to be of interest to him and other read- era. !Due to the fact that Thursday was a holiday, Miss Lucy Wiley mad~ her weekly visit Friday morning. We atways look for- ward to her comhtg and really enjoy her read'rag. Miss Carrie Whitmer was among those attending a family dinne$ at the home of her niece, Mrs. Wayne ~amilton, in Belle- rifle Dec. 2~h. Mrs. Carl Ross and daughters called on her brother, .Mr. Ed- gar Lacey, Friday morning. Christmas Day guests of ~i'. and Mrs. Harry Wilbeck were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larsen and Mrs. Joe Cause of Lincoln, Kan., Mr. Mawin Larsen of Newport, R. I., and his friend, Miss Car- ale-Matt of Millenocket, Me., Miss Karen Larsen of St. Louis, Me., Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Louder of Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gray of Pueblo, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Louder and Mrs. Stella Louder of Bm'r Oak. They visited the residents of fho Home, too. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barrett of Randall visRed his mother. Mxs. Minnie Barrett, on her birthday which was Dec. 27th. Here in the Home, ice cream and cake were served in honor of the occasion. Recent visitors of Mrs. E~th C0ark have been Mr. and Mrs. Cooper and chiklren from M~n. tana, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop of Burr Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell of Conrtland. .Miss Marilyn Bonbon war with .relatives near Jewell say- oral times dm'h~ the holidays. Mr. John Love was p S~y afternoon caller of his mother, Mrs. Flattie Love. Mr. mad Mrs. Floyd Corbett M Campbell, Nebr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry W~beck Dec. piano and joined her father in singing "L'~ For Christ" and "Day By Day." All through 1969 We ha,/e greatly appreciat- ed the ministers and the folks who have accompanied them and have conducted ~nday church services in our Home. Flowers were received from the Simon family. m Limestone Mrs. EL EL Rammm We got our snow for the holi- days only a couple of days too late for Christmas. ~ob Shirley has been home for the Christmas vacation and wilt take ~ mother, Mrs. Lee Shirley, to Barflesville, Okla. to visit her sister a few days before she resumes teaching liar school at Scandia after ttle holiday vacation. Bill Ormsbee and son, IRon- hie, were our callers Sunday. Santa paid us a visit the day before Christmas with a small trimmed up Christmas tree all trimmed up avith gifts and nice treats of candy, apples, oranges ,and other good things. This Sam ta Claus family brings cheer and gi~ts to their old friends and friends that are getting older, too. So, many thanks, ~antas, and we hope someone wRl ~ nice to you when yo~ are alder, too. ~r. and Mrs. Joe Pate ,visited in our .home ~ast Tuesday eve- ning. The Ault family had a Christ. mas dinner in the Coon Httn~0el"S H~li on Sunday. The Hall is so nice for a crowd to get together in since they remodeled and redecorated it. Mr. and ~h's. Ray Ormshee and little Eddie came from Min- neapelis, Minn. to spend Christ- mas in the Bffi Ormsbee home. We spent one evening visiting them there. They left for home early Saturday afternoon and we hope ,.they did not find the roads too bad as we were hav- ing R real stormy here then. They were our visitors awhile on Christmas afternoon. 'Bob ,Black is reported as be- ing very ill and in the Red Cloud hospital. Miss Ella Colson attended the family Christmas dinner and gift exchange at the home of her brother and wife, 'Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J Colson near Ionia, Sunday, December 28. Al~tending, besides the hosts & E~la, were Arnold's and Helen's daughter and husband, Mr. and ~. Larry C. Aikins, Btrtch and Mike of Bellaire, Tex.; Mrs. Anna Atkinson and "Mr. and Mrs. C~arence Atkinson of Jewel1; ~va Colson of rural Esbon; and Mr. and Mrs. Witli- am E. Colson, Rodney, Jan and David of Wamego. In the after- noon Mr. and Mrs. Alvin ~E. Colson and Lynn of Atchison, mad Mrs. Ted Wright af Ionia stopped in. Early afternoon, a phone call was received from Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. King Of Wichita wi, shing everyone a Merry Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Broytes left Wednesday for California to spend the Christmas holidays with their dau~ter and hus- band, Dr. and Mrs. Larry Dav- id. The Broyles" were accom- panied as far as Denver by Mrs. W. G. Hills who spent the Christmas vacation wRh her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long, and son, Dilly, and daughter, Leslie. The Milton Kramer family of Christmas dinner guests in ~ COU1~'Y Great Bend and Mrs. Bess the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Thursday, J~mmry I, 1970 Kramer were Christmas Day Ca~ter were Mr. told Mrs. Page 7 - Section 1 guests of Mr. Joe Boeskool and Merle Crispin, Lincoln, Nebr.; Marion. Milton's were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Mike MCDonald Dear Sirs: night and Sunday guests of Mrs. and Kristen, Dallas, Tex.; Mr. Enclosed is a check to renew Bess Kramer. and Mrs. J. E. Moon, Jr. and my subscription. Also send the Vickie, Mankato; Mr. and (Mrs. paper to my daughter, Mrs. Ga~l Lee Badger is home E. A. Vanous, Belleville; Mr. Kenneth Neeley, 6950 Wyoming from the Navy. lie was on the and Mrs. Dean Vanous, Ku~tis lane, Colorado Springs, Ca4o. ship, U~SS Colonial LSI)-~8. He and Kevin, Dallas, Tax.; and 80907. I am sure they w~lld took a TWA plane l~riday, Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Whelcbel, enjoy the paper very much as 26, from San Diego, Calif. to Mankato. Afternoon callers Mrs. Neeley was formerly from Wichita and Mr. and Mrs. Ibo- were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard here. * land Badger and Mr. and Mrs. Ritz and Becky, Glen FAder, Garold Badger drove to Wichita Mrs. Ralph Becker, Tammy, ~Irs. Bm'r Purcell to get him. Alvin and Calvin, Cawker City, 157 $. Central and Mrs. B~tch Thompson and Wednesday dinner guests at Amy, Map.kate. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob , Parso~s were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haskell, Jim and Janet and ,Mr. and Mrs. Leo Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Parsons en- tertained the Haskel~ and Bob Parsons families at a Christmas Eve i~upper. .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis and Amos Y;app spent Christmas with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl ~eHaven, and grand- .son, Pard Hackathorne. Carl's family were also guests. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mesbt~g of Kansas City, Me. came for din. her and Amos Yapp went home with them. George Hagen At Correll Hotel Dinin Room " Wednesday, Jam 7 10 to 1 p.m. ~th. Mrs. Helen Russell and Sara'h held the Jane and Mrs. Mabel Lorimor ..lll//,lt,,lI,llllHy.~i;|llS.~|...,.. .,..,,m, . ''''U ~w:'LecL' * l v'1909W'chm'chD"BuckleYserviee in our spent Christmas at" the home., iiMiimllmm ~mmmm ii S ~ome. His daughter, Karen, of Mr. and Mrs. W~aldo Walke~ ' - came with him. She played the ~nd Susie at Abilene. - _ Visiting Hours: I0:00-II:~ _ a.m.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:00.8:00 5.00 p,m, Mr. Guy Foisom a~d his niece's ehiktren, Bruce and Lisa Burkhart, of Jewe~l called on b.is aunt, Mrs. Msttie Smith. the day before Christmas. He visited her again later in the week. Mrs. Rttby Elniff and Mrs. Esther Flinn of Randall were Monday, Dec. 2~nd, callers of Mrs. Minnie Barrett. They aisa called on ,Mrs. M~ttie Smith and others in the Home. Mr. Wilbur Sothers of Court- land visited Mr. Durward Frost Dec. 24th. Mr. Vilas Freeman aecom. panied his sister, IV~rs. Newell Axtell, and Mr. ~ to Be~le- vilie Christmas Day. They were guests at the home of the Ax- tells' daughter, Mrs. Betty Wil- son. We had a delightful Christ- mas Eve .willh presents under the pretty tree. Thanks are ex- pressed to the Mankato E.H.U., the West W~Inut E.H.U., Hel- en's Beauty Shop, St. Theresa's Chttreh, Wagner's Drug Store, and any others whom we may have neglected to mention dur- ing the year. Mrs. Mattie ~mith enjoyed a C~tristmas morning telephone conversation with her son, Mr. 6uperior, Nebr. 88~74L 4.75 Regular Passbook Savings Compounded Semi-Annually No Minimum Balance No Notice Requiramen~s 90-Day Notice Accounts $I00.00 Minimum Deposit No Minimum Addition Compounded Quarterly / 1970 Effective January 1, Best wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year. Hills Construction Company I 5.25 6-Month Bonus Certificate New $1,000 Minimum Amts. Dividends Compounded or Paid Monthly If You Wish I I I II I I 1970, We Will Pay Dividends To Dote of Withdrawal On ReguSr Passbook and Bonps Certificate ..... ~Acounts After 6 Months on Deposit. Plus THIS'' -,BONUS For Saving $500.00 or More blew. or Additional During the Month of January ,. Bonus !CALL OR WRITE . 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