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~WELL COUNTY RECORD 11~lrsday, Jaouary .1, 1970 i Page 3 - SecUon 2 News Of E S.B 0 N And Vicinity *Sponsored By The ProgressLve Esbon Merchants entertained their children on C~ristmas Day. Those present were Mr. and M~s." Vie Bruin- Mm, R. Avb~l mer and family of Ttpton, Mr. A Happy New Year to aaL Rod :Mrs. PhflRp Benoit and A ~as dinner was family of Be~oit, Mr. and Mrs. held Sunday at .the W. E. Lewis Joe Peroutok and earthly, and home. Those present were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. ,Everett Benoit amt M~s. Merle Lewis, Judy and family. and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mr. end Mrs. Max Ban left Vobortl, Jake Waddle, and Lar- Wednesday afternoon to spend ry McKlnnis. C~tristmas with ,Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Baker, Di- Dick Rhoades and girls, coming arm and Sue leR Saturday to home 1~rlday. spend Chrlsh~as in California Mr. and Mrs. Rex Grauer- with ~r. and Mrs. Gall Kindler halz of MePherson and Mr. and and other friends. Mrs. Leland Fro~ and Pare ~rs. Joe Peroutek and Mrs. were Thursday dinner guests Benei were shopping in of Mr. end Mrs. C. H. Frost. Hastings Monday. Mrs. Lorena Pate and Mrs. 0Krs. Frances Kindler enter- Frances .Burgess were shopping in Smith Center Tuesday morn- rained the Social Club Tuesday ing. RRemoorL Mrs. Ethel Thomas was a guest. Mr. end Mrs. K. Dodd a.d Me. and Mrs. Joe Peroutek Dale and Mrs. Nellie Dodd wee mint f~ily were Tuesday eve- Thursday dinner ~uests Of Mrs. akg supper guests at the Vie Inez Anderson at M~.. to. B~'ammer home at Tipton. b[r. and Mrs. Wayne Under- ~z'J. Icel Haegert of Moat- wood ealled at the L. R. Clmnd- rose end ,Mrs. Alma Kenne@y for home Christmas Day. left Wednesday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker bus from PhlUipsburg for Den- were Thursday dinner guests at the Jack Baker home at Sups- ver to spend Christmas with ior. relaUves. Mr. and Mrs. Jack ~ and Mrs. Jessie Lantls, Mr. and son o/ Springfield, Mo., Mrs. Mrs. Tony Lorence of Eahon, Rosemary l~iero and son, end Mr" and Mrs. Ro1~rt Lorence Mrs. Mary ~enderson of Colo. end family of H~Jngs and Mr. rado Springs, Mrs. Christine and M~. Glen Hartford and Dodd and ,Mrs. Mary HaJny family of Glenvfl spent Christ- were Christmas Day guests ~g mas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lilllan Fogo. Doyle Lorence and boys. Leland Kindler of Colby came Mrs. Frances Kindler and Wednesday aRerneon to spend land spent Christmas Eve with a few days with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tordy. ~. Frances Kindler. Don MoColioch ate Christmas }Ll'. and 'Mrs. Guy ~ left dinner at the R. Avison home. ~m~lay for Kingman to spend Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith and family of Hays spent Christmas Christmas with the Bryon Walk. vacation at her moffier's, Rose er& 'Mr. and Mrs. R. Avis~ were Hellern. S~)pplng in Smith Center Wed- Mr. and Mrs. RobeR Lorence aesday afternoon, and fomily of ~astings spent Mr. ~ Mrs. Arehie Banoit Tlmmday night with her moth- I I Illll I ere .Mrs. Jessie Lantis, and had coffee with his folks, the Tony Loreaces, before going home Priday morning. Mrs. Joe Peroutek, Mrs. Archie ~enoR, and Mrs. Everett Banoit were shopping in Has- tings Friday. Mrs. Jessie ~mtis will have her ~amily dinner Sanday, Dec. ~S, for their Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ~renoe end family of Has~ogs end Mr. and Mrs. Jelm Hanson and family of Wi- chita ~v~i be her guests. Clair Frost died Christmas on the ~ay to the Smi~ Center hospital due to a hear~ attack. Fanere.l services ,were held Saturday afternoon at the United Methodist Church with burial in F_abon Cemetery. 'l~e fam~ has our sympathy. Mrs. Velma Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Silsby of Burr Oak, ~V[r. and Mrs. Leroy Hart- and girls, ,Mr. and Mrs. Verlin 1~aul and Sandra of Red Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. ,Mike Pa~tl msd daughter of Dakin, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Delos Baumbach and family of Superior, Mr. F_,l- gin Satmders of~, Dean Roberts and 'Mr. and Mrs. O~- vi~e Yodel" of Ceacordie were Christmas Day guests of Mr. ancl M~.. Larry ~ at G]en~ vIL Mr. and Mrs. George Love were Christmas Day guests at the home of her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Griffith, Janet and Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker will Imw Mr. and ,Mrs. Jack ~aker and family of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Clende Waddle and family of Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. ~vore~t ~noR end family for a belated Christmas dinner Emm- d~, Dec. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lewis, Judy and Jerry and Jake Wad- die of Esbon, ,Mr. and Mrs. Cliff 'Ittomas ~nd family of To- Good luc good cheer, good friends this year. WALKER GRAIN CO., INC. F~mk --- George -- lla ESBON, KANSAS grandson and son, Terry Templekm at ~Las Cruces, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Chandler of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd (~mnd~r of C~rand Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Art Cl~andier of Yimm, and her s~t~r and him- band, Mr. and Mrs..E.J. Fre- vert. Mr. and ~V/rs..Harvey Silsby attonded the belated Christm~ dinser Sunday at the Legien at Lebanon with Mr. and Mrs. ,Robert Manely hosts. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth '~redgen and fain- tly of Kansas City, Mr. and ~-s. Mawin Zimmerman and family of Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Sv,aty and daugh- ter, Mr. and :Mrs. ltonald Stan- ley and son, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Manely and daughter of Lebamm. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rickson of Topeka came Friday ni~,ht to the home of her aunt, Mrs. Rose Johns, and Mr. Johns for a belated Christmas dinner w~hieh they will have Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Loreaee will also be guests. peka, Mr.~ and Mrs. Claude Waddle end fami~ of Sutton were Christmas Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C~yde Waddle and fatally at Superior. he L. R. Chandlers and Dee received telepbone calls from ii i ENmn EJ~U. Esbon Homemakers UnR met at the Le~ion ~hU on Dec. g for our Christmas dinner. The tables ~ere decorated with can- dies and centerpiece of Y~le- fide. Those attending were ,Roy Nebel, Chas. Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Frset, Mr. and Mrs. Frank MoCarty, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johns, Mrs. Bob Black, Mr. and Mrs. Orval Shin-p, Katie Spachek, Rose Ho~ern, Hazel and Maxine Shipley. In the aReraoon we had a short business' meeting. We drew names for our secret sisters for .next year. They were little Christmas elves. ~he Cl~lstmas gifts were handed ogt from under a Christmas tree. We revealed our mystery sister for this year. The rest of the afternoon was spent visit- ing and making a scrapbook. P..R.C. Clair Leland, son of ~van mxt Hazel Frost, .was born Jamtary gl, ~916, near ~n, Kansas, and passed away at the Smith County ,Memoriel ,Hospital De- cember 24, 1969, at the age of years, 1l m_onths, $ days. He spent his entire rife in the Esben community baying at- tended grade school at the Kind, ler district, and graduated from the F_,sbon High School with the Class of ~s. He was united in nmrrtage to Jane ~och at Lebanon, Kan- sas, ,August 20, 1938. He is sur- vived by his wife, Jane; ~wo daughters, Sharon and Jerry, of Esbon; a son, Bill, of Em- poria, Kansas; two sons-in-]a~, Don Broeckelman and Gary Gardner of ~shen, ~Karmas; one daughter-in4aw, Janet Frost, of II Sunday Dinner Special, $1.oo Country Fried Chicken or Baked Ham ~ria, ,~sas; eight grand- n; his father, Ivan Frost; and one brother, Hilton, and his 'family of Esben, Kansas. He ,was preceded in death by Ills mother, Hazel Frost, and infant son, Charles, who died at ~lrth, and a host of relatives and friends. He was engaged in farming in the Estxm commuaity his en. tire 'llfe and became a very suecesgf~l farmer and stock- man. He was a man of sterling qualities and a ~riend to all who knew him. He ,was especial- ly devoted to his eight grand- children who ,were his pride and joy. He .was a member ~ the Elks Lodge of Beloit, Kansas. - .He ,wfl~be sadly missed by all who knew him. The Simmons Mortuary ~knith Cent~ was in c~arge ol hmerai arrangements. Services were held December 27, ~I~9, at the ,United ,Methodist Cbarch .in Esbon with the 'Rev. Loren Sits. and ~.v. Earl Enyeart of- 8elating. Music was furnished by Norris and ~ubert Maydew with Mrs. Otto ~ aocompan- /st. Casket bearers were Merley Kindler, Bruce Corrick, Ray- mond Oriffith, Earl Sapp, Clmr. les Fogo, and James Decker, ,Internmat was in tho Falxm Cemem~. relatives, friends, and neigh- bors for the many beautiful flor~[ sprays, feed, kind words and deeds given to us during the death of our 'loved one. A special thanks to the i~tdies Aid ~or the nice dinner served at the cimrch. ~llmse many acts d kindnem slmli be char- /shed memories forever. Mrs. Jane Frost Mr. and Mrs. Bill ,Frost ~nd tamily l~r. and Mrs. Gary Gardm~ and family Mr. and ~rs./D~m. Broeckelman and family. Those attending the funeral of C~air Frost from out of town were: Mr. and *Mrs. E~vin Hart. cock, ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Han. cock of Grand Island, Nebr.; Mr. and .Mrs. Larry ~ancock of Omaha, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Lester ~ and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bell, Aurora, Nebr.; Lad- die ~#-JJ, H~Idrege, Nebr.; Mr.. and Mrs. I-larva McCary, Ehis- wm, th; :Mrs. Fred Shook, Fort Co,tlins, Colo.; Mrs. Dary~ Frsot of ~leringten; ,Mr. and Mrs. Loren Muckfow, Superior, N~b.; Mr. ~md :Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Burr Oak; :Mr. and :Mrs. Chas. Koch, Mr. and :Mrs. Elmer Koch, :Mr. and Mrs. Bill Koch, Mr. and :Mrs. Owen Shi~ely, all Of Lebanon; :Mrs. Clara Camp, :Mrs. Donald ~ughes, Mr. and llll Mrs. Jerry Lee of Smith Cen- .ter; Mr. Lawrence Cortway, Bud Oomvay of Athol; Mr. Charles Kirchner, Kansas City, Mo.; ,Mrs. Pat ~Rafferty, .Mr. and Mrs. James ~ecker, 'Mr. and Mrs. :Merle ,Blew. Mr. and Mrs. James (R. Decker, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McGinnis, ,Mr. and Mrs. Man Czirr, @len Stephens of M~nkato; Cecelia Conrad, Man- hattan; ~Ita Kennedy, Chey- enne, Wyo.; Mr. and Mrs. Dick We, s~rook, ,Mr. Kenneth Jones, Mr. Mickey ~)gart, :Mr. Ed MoDowell of Kirwin; 'Mrs. bLar- tha Thompson, Mrs. Loren Sils- by, {Republic; Mr. and Mrs. Cl~fford ~arnes, .Mr. and Mrs. Neal ~-larris of Burr Oak; Mrs. Wil~ard Rickson, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Jean Woods, ~.llaire; Mr. Lloyd Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gardner, Moat- rose; ,Mr. ~land Kindler, Co~- by; ~Vlr. Jack Baker, Superior, ~qebr.; Mr. ~yle ~aker, :Minno. ~la; Mr. Gordon Alcorn, Ionia. County Road Mr=. Harry Sutllff t Mr. end M~s. Darwin Fager and fan~y of Mi/tarcl, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Korb and Mark of Stq)erior, Mrs. Lettie Korb were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Korwin Korb Ohristmas. :Mrs. Helen McNiohals and Merrill ,were guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. Grace Darwin, in Guide Rock Christ- mas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Lowetl Me- Nichols, Douglas McNichols of Hays, :Marcia, ,Kathy, Kelly were gtmsts in the Geo. Abel ~home in Hastings G"m'ist.mas. 'Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch were g~ests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Souchek in Coneerdia Christmas. Eva Wilson of Jewell caged at the St~t3J~ home Friday p.m. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Terrill Christmas Day and evening were: Mr. & Mrs. ~Ray Myers, Bradley, Sberida, Nancy of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. C-'u~is TerriH, Dewey and Colleen, Mr. and Mrs. Keith TerrRl, Cathy, Becky & Miriam,. Minnie Sutliff. They talked to Max Terrill and fam- ily of Walden, Colo. The lines were too busy to get in Calif. The Myers ehiMren are spend- the weekend with their grandparents. Eva Wilson of Jewell called at the home of her uncle, Mr. end Mrs. Govex Mizner Mon- day. Mrs. Jennie Wilson of Leba- non, Mrs. Eva Wilson of Jew- e~l were overnight guests "d~ Mrs. Ruth Wilson Christmas night. I enjoyed a eail from Mr. & Mrs. ~ea ~ of Paenidt. NOTICE Esbon EHU is pleased to announce that Esbon Library is now located at M & M VARIETY Celo. last week. Helen Me.- Nichols and I were guests at the Bu~ale Roam Wednesday and called on ,friends at hospital and home in ~e p. m. 0~r. Glean Loyd of S~peri0~, Mrs. Jennie Wilson of Leba- non ,were dinner guests of Mrs. Minnie SUo~ and Dale m Christmas. ~Lr. and Mrs. Ray Myers of Topeka canto for Brad, Sherida and Nancy Sunday a. m. alad were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Myers. in Mankato for the Myers Christmas dinner. Mr: and Mrs. Clarence Maag called on Mr. and Mrs. ,Everett Terri~ Sunday p. m. Mrs. Olive Miller of Oaldweli, Idaho, Mrs. Hazel Kerb called on Mrs; Helen MeNichols and Merrill Sunday p.m. ., Mr. and :M~s. Le~and Wins'low of Lebanon were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lsweil Me- Nichols and ~amily. Stmday af- terncon callers were Mrs. Olive Miller, Caldwell, Idalw. Eo~b, Mr. and Mrs. El- win Damb and famUy ~rom Mr. and ,Mrs. Joe l~ho~ of Mankato were dinner guests ~Mr. and Mrs. Oele Rhoe,b~m- day. Happy New Year. Despite the addition of com. munication links to South Viet- nam, persons planning to talk to a serviceman there should plan ahead for holiday telephone calls.' "It is generally easier Toz" a serviceman to call home than for his family to try reaching him in Vietnam," said John Sohmitz, manager. While calls originating in the U.S. can 'be placed only to Sai- gon, Mr. Schmitz explained, servicemen can c~ll the U.S. groin Saigon, Ton Son Nhut, Long Bihn, Cam Rahn Bay, Nha Trang, Qui Nhon and De Nang. ,He said ,travel restrictions and Curfews also can make it difficult to ~ocate a serviceman in Saigon -- tmless callers know the serviceman's unit, APO and telephone where he can be reached. ~chmitz also reminded resi- dents of the ,13;hour time differ- enee bebwoen the U.S. and Sai- gon. He went on to add that calls originating in Vietnam are handled "first com~, first serv- ed." "But when a serviceman does @et to a telephone at one of the servicemen's Vietnam telephone centers," Schmitz said, "it us- ually only takes a fe~ minutes to reach the states." While carl volume -- usually 3s0 daily crease and /tng of the "handling and there cur as it In 1965, the two ly 20 calls a hour period. tions links John Schmi~ generally interference day. 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