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January 2, 1964     Jewell County Record
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Thur'sday, January 2___,_1964 ..... Wilbeck ~est Home Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 A. M. 2:00-4:00 'and 7:00-8:00 P. M. :Mr. A. F. ,Mo~genson's birthday Dec. 16, was celebrated wi~h ice cream :bars and cake. Mr. and Mzs. Hans Andreason of Beloit called on him. 'Miss Alice Fevguson enjoyed a pre-(Dhriztmas dinner Sunday, Dec. 22: wi~ her ~br~ther, /Mr. and ~Mrs. John Fevguson. Other guests were ,Mr. and ~Vlrs. Alva Tyler and fam- ily. Visitors of [M.r. Charles Graham dur~r~g the holidays included [Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blair, ~arbara, Car- ole, Ricky. and Mary, of Jenn~s, Kans., and Mrs. Jian Kelley, S~ev- en and D~rre:ll. Miss CAara Phi.ll~pson was a call- er ~t the Home one morning short- ly ,before Christmas. The JMisses TJllie and Lillie Pat- ~node of Esbon came to see their cousin, dYlrs. Addie ~ .Hancock. ~'s. Ernest Ply,it of Burr Oak, Mrs. Harmock's daugl~ter, also v~i.ted her recer~tly. 'Miss Alice Ferguson presented a bir~day cake baked by her niece, ~[vs. Be~3~ Tyler, to ~/Irs. Ola C. Wilbeck. Mrs. W~Lbeck shared ~he delicious checke~b0ard cake wi.th the rest of us. Severa~ here received Chris~as goodies and lYassed them dacur.d a~mor~g the resider~ts. ,Mr. Guy Folsom came (~rist- mas a2ter~oon and ~tock his aunt, 'Mrs..M~ttie Smith, to Randall for a visi, t wi, th relatives. 'Mr. ,and ~&rs. Cloyd Myerly were calling 3Dec. 24 in the Home. Among those visiting Mr. Will Dillon were ~rirs. Dillon, Mr. a~d Mrs. Jake [M~Don~el, Mrs. M~nnie Sco~t, [Mr. and [Mrs. Willi, am Dil- l, on, IMrs. SCore Cosand and [Mi.tch- ell, Mr. a~d ~Srs. FAmer Fitch of Buxr Oak, .Mr. and (M~. Ivan Dil- lon of Superior, Lonnie Dillon of Mamha~tan, and Mr. Keith Hoard of Oxford, Nebr. ,Mr. and (Mrs. (~arl Loomis Cden Ekter, Kans., called on his ~ther, (Mr. Clarence Loomis. CONDENSED OFFICIAL STATEMENT At the close of business on Dec. 20, 1963 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts ............................... $ 224,673.66 Overdrafts .............................................. 95.33 Bank Bdg., Furniture & Fixtures ....... 2,745.10 Municipal Bonds ................................... 70,000.00 United States Bonds .......................... 721,855.04 Cash & Sight Exchange ....................... 363,139.77 Total LIABILITIES Capital St0ck--Common Stock ......... $ Surplus ..................................................... Undivided Profits ................................ DEPOSITS ........................................... ~- .... Resources ................ $1,382,508.90 30,000.00 50,000.00 37,649.21 1,264,859.69 Total Liabilities .......................... $1,382,508.90 THE STATE EXCHANGE BANK Lewis H. Stafford, President Helen M. Stafford, Vice.Pres. O. IL Fearing, Vice.Pres. Ruth T. LeBow, Director Richard L. Diamond, CashlerJon B. Menhusen, Asst. Cashier Cheryl R. Dempsey, Bookkeeper Margaret Colson, Bookkeeper Capital ~0,000.0o ~hartm'ed 1~1 8urldus $5~,000.ou M~k~ Fe~eg~.J D@poall llq~4~r$~ ~mt~ Ill 011 ~Mrs. Beth Tyler visited her aunt, ~ias Alice Ferguso~, ~xe day af- ter Christrrms. C~llers of ,Mm. 'l/~a~tie Metz have been: Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wiley of Jewel1, [M.rs. bura Parrott c Douds, Iowa, Mr. and [Mxs. E. S. Ro~hchild ol Fm~noso, Miss Naomi Roth~hild of Pawnee CJ~;y, Nebr., Mrs. Nancy H,a~gart, Miss Ava Cromer, Mrs. Will Lagevgren and Mrs. Clara Headley. ~Many individuals and groups helped us to have a Merry Christ- mas. We express our thanks ever', one, inch~ding 'the v~r~0us troo~s ,of Brownie and Cub Scouts, the B~uraon~ H. D. U., the Har- mony Methodist Church, ~he Evan- gelical Un'ited Brethren Church and Women's S0ci~ty of World Service, l~v. Nettle J.uergensen, Booga'art's, Wagner Drug S~ore, Mrs. Zelda Will~ams, and any ~th- ers whom we have failed to men- tion. Mr. Earl Zerbe worst to Smith Center on Dec. 24 to visi~t his sisters, ~Mrs. Belle Erdman and Mrs. Opal Sow.le. Mr. Glen Da~ren~ort called ~e ~ay before Chr~staTmS on his moCh- er, IMrs. ~Mary Da~rev~ort. Rev. ~lV~arvin Zwickey, pas'tcr of the Fe~n~s9 Community Church, had ~avge of ,Eqe Sunday af~er- rmon, Dec. 22, Christian service here. The musical accompaniment was ~urnished Iby a ~ recording. Flowers 'were received from ~he Cova P~tier family. Mrs. O]a C. Wilbeck. Adminis- trator of 4he W%lbeek Rest Home, a~d 'a}l Che resider~ts wish to Chank the ,Editor o~ ~he Record for ptrb- l!~hing our ~ews i.t~ daring 1963. We wish him and h~s assistants a I-I~py ~Ney Year. On The Limestone B~ r.iRS. E. E. I~&N$OM JeWel] ~O. Igetord. ~Zttl~gato, 'mas Day guea~ in the Clyde Bos- sen home. ) R]he L0~we~l Hancock family en- ~termhued her parer~ts, ~he K~eh ~amil.y from rmrth of Lebanon, on Sunday. ', ,Mr. and hrm'~. Gilbert Cour~try- man w.eve hosts for a Christmas eve party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Leorm, rd Cour~tr~m,an, Ri'm and Kenn~,th and Ma,ry Vobovil, Mr. ~ Mrs. John Countryman, ,Mr. and ';Mrs..Dale Counixyman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coun~rym'an and Taznmy, ~Ylk~s Judy Coumry- man ar~.d .a friend from Sa.t~a, six- ,teen in all, for e .Ch, rislzaas eve supper party ~ ,gtf,t excha, r~ge. , Mrs'. .Elma /Morrow, Audrey, 'Cl, sxice. Hazel and Arley, and Mrs. O~lie Ro.v~om and Joe Moore were C.hri~_tmas gues.~s of Mrs. Alice Ho~e 'in ~o for a most. bour~ti~ul l~t luck dinner Wednes- day. ~Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore were vi~%ters in ~ur home C~hrist- ............ I Hi~nm~ay coa'~sWuetion o0n~ac~ aver. arm tvtrs. ~lyoe ~oossen anolin Kansas reached a record break. Mr. ,a~d Mrs. Morris ~Hillman of[in, ~otal of S84,480 000 for 196~ ~oma were Sunday even.~g w~ t-]due to ~e ineree~ed volume o~ ors, of ,I,oee~a Pa*te and ~amily. i w~k on the imersta~ system, Ad -- ---- I dison H. Mesc,hke, director o~ A pre~C.hrist~tas ~nn~r was en-]bAg, IT~vays, said Thursday. joyed at the home oz ~4.r. and [Mrs. ] He noted .that the dollar volurm J. A. Carpenter c~ Sunday, Dec. ~of contracts topped 1958, the pre- 22. Those on hand for the lovely [vious record year, .by nearly $4,. pot luck dinner .,a~d gi~t exchange ]000,000, and was $24,000,000 abo~ve were: Mr. ar~t Mrs. E. A. Vanoas11962. of B~.ltevfl, le, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Various a'nd family of Columbus, Nebr., (Mr. and Mrs. I.~-