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January 2, 1964     Jewell County Record
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H E! A brond new year is on the way and we're looking forward to it! Our many fine friends and loyal customers have made the past year one of the Lest and we're looking forward to another of :friendship and service. ~Jay the new year be a big event in your life. May it be filled with ~-- tinuous days of good luck and success. h Oil and 6as 1/2~ JEt.N. MANKA~. KANSAS ,On Jan. 12, Odessa will have services followed by a bask~ din- ner, council meeting and election of officers in Che a~terncon. Com- munion will also be observed that morning. Ricky Underwood. we are sorry to report, i~ sick in bed with threatening pneumonia. He will have .to miss school un, til Thursday for sure. if not .longer. , Mr. and /Mrs. Wilbur Obe.vt and fami, ty met/Mr, and ~Mrs. Dale Tan- ner ,and family and h~Ir. and ,Mrs. Nick Heitsehraid,t at Osborne on Friday and a,te dinner with them a4 ~he C,a'e. The TaPm,ars were on their way to Damar 4,o a:ttend the ~Tanner Ohristznas. which was to be Sunday. I Den'tonia School had a very race i progvam Tue~ay everang and a i large crowd a~tended. Old Sancta came w/,h gift~ anti ,trea,,s for all Mr. and Mrs. Bob Van Wey and girls ef Smit(~ C~r~ter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hermin,~s~n aRd Mrs. B= b Kindler and girls spent Chrfst- mas evening wi,:h Ed Ciarks. Deb- bie went home wi, fia ~he Van Weys t~ spend ~he n,igh~:. ~ey attended grade schvol to- gether here in `Mankato. Dick and Joyce have ~ee 1Wele boys and we stopped at their comfortable ,trailer home ~o see Joyce and the babies. * * Mrs. Roy (Virginia) Thoanas sexved ~s. a good" supper and we visited. This last week we ,had a ~e~tcr from Dorothy White Chflcott fi'(m-t San Di~go & she said, "we are having nice w~t~er o:nd "we l~ our own poinsettias aM along ~he sou~ side of fl~e ~house, and a ere, full of orar~ges ~zmst ready ~ pick. This is st~l a wov~ty to me, havi~g spe~t most of my life "m Kansas ~md C~l~rado." ODESSA AND DENTONIA COMMUNITY By MRS. W'flsnuR OBERT Mr. and Mrs. /MhRon Undemmx~ Mr. arid tMn~. Bill Sager and t%. 2ch.dronWash were Butler and so~, ,a.~d . anti /Mrs. Thursday over-night guests of his Henry Heller of I-Iasti~gs were sister and family, ~he Sam Dei- C_,hr~ Day. din~ev guests of bert~. Wilton hadn't seen her bro- Mr. an~ Mrs. B;~ph /Mc.Far]avxt of ther in 4 or 5 years. G4en FAder. ' Lvle ,Ea.~cond and lady friend Mr. and Mrs. Ehn~ Seems and were S~turday night visitors of Lee and ,Mr. and ,~rs."Joe Befort .the Ed Clarks. were Qbristmas Day disinter guest, sI Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips Mr. of F~a~k Eanerys. Mrs. Sadie Whit- arid Mrs. John Fra~t. ~n'. and Mrs. more was also a guest. ~Wal~er ~Mari~t~gh. a,~d `M~r. and :Mr. and R~rs. ~em'y Keller were Mrs. Larry Welch arrd ehi!dren hosts %o ~a Ohristrnas dinner. The were ,Christmas dinner guests of fo}la~ing were present: ~VIrs. Bob P~ul Frosts. Mr. and ~Mrs. Larry Welch a~d family spent this week-end in Kan- sas Ci~-y wi,~ Larry s sister. Mari- ~yn and family. (Mr. a~d Mrs. J~hn ~,N[cCIeery ate Chrk~tma~ dimmer w~th f e W=r- ren Her~dons. t/Mr. and ,Mrs. Cour~ney DeBey and ~family were h,osts 'to a post- ' Ohristma, s get-toge~her Thursday [ even~i~g ~or the ~o~l~wiP~g: Mr. and ,Mrs. Warren `McCleery and fam-~ RESPONSIBLE HELPFULNESS Further Enhanced by the Insurance of Shares RESPONSIBLE--because conservative manage- men[ has built up strong profit reserves through over 67 years of operaion. Only profit reserves can insure continuous operation--safe and profitable to members. These reserves now exceed $2,600,000. HELPFULNESS -- because the same management as a policy continuously maintains large liquidity reserves .-- only liquid reserves can insure prompt return of savings when needed. These liquidity re- serves in U. S. Bonds and cash now exceed $10,- 600,000.00. INSURANCE OF SHARES ~ We also provide In- surance of Shares thru membership in the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. We do not offer insurance alone as reason for investment in our Association, but when added to our estab- lished reserves, members receive the utmost which can be offered to make their savings safe, avail- able, and in-ofitable. SEE US FOR YOUR SAVINGS THE RAILROAD BUILDING, LOAN bND SAVINGS ASSOCIATIOB Home Office -- Newton, Kansas Assets: $43,000,000.00 ?,7EMBER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM T NICHOLS, AGENT " Insurance and Loans Mankato. Kansas May this mess~ige be a friendly handclasp with the best of good wishes for the happiest and most successful New Year of them all. JEWELL COUNTY CO-OP OIL & PROPANE CO. ~aY When the New Year h|p comes sailing in~ your harbor, may It bring you all the good things of life and a most j~yftd year for you. at the 0own el: a new yca 4 t lll~-~l~ ~ ~ ~ ,lne~m wishes to you for m yem" ov pro~- IN ~ ~ May the dey~ of thls new year be an ~ ~ ~ ~d oontentrnent. \ tl him ~ ~ Ilma ~ ta ~ you Uu~g the past year. IIIWlll tI ~ t~ ~ I~'ving you in .the m ! First National Bank i