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/. JANUARY 5 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B an el mn lum II !! II II II II @ Forrest Howard C. Aspegren passed Beloit hospital on Funeral services at the Methodist 0tl Monday afternoon. ~arman was a Satur- guest of Mr. W. G. Decker. Mrs. Reeee Sander- of Centerville, morning call- the Clarence Blew Mrs. Loyde Beech- Mr. and Mrs. alty and family and Raymond Balty Nebr. and Mr. 8. I. L. Bender were Day visitors of Mr. Perry England. Mrs. Oscar Newlin tie were Sunday ev- of Mrs. May Mrs. Richard and George of Monday after- of Mrs. Marie and family. Mrs. W. L. MeCor- Colorado Springs, Tuesday visitors in Harris home. Mrs. Lyle MeCam- were Monday visitors of Mr. and McCormick Mrs. Floyd Myers, Mrs. Encille Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Wil- th and Sharon. Run of Corpus Chrisit. Behrends of Web Benson of Man- New Years Day din- of Mr. and Mrs. hsland and family. Mrs. Wayne Under- Cheryl spent Sun. home of Mr. and Arasmith of Je- Mrs. Dan France left Saturday for in Kensington after the holidays with Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Reeve Haw. Saturday evening ~t Mr. and Mrs. W. /[rs. Wayne Under- I tinily spent Christ- at the Paul Hesting a Tucker family gathering. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed and Mrs. Merle Rood took Pvt. Merle Reed to Ft. Leo- nard Wood, Me. on Sunday after he spent the holidays here. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Gar- man ,)f Manhatlan ~('re Men day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl goher- son were Sunday evenin~ vis itors of Mr. and Mrs. Reeec Sanderson and family at the Fred Sanderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newlin of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mut/ins were New Years Day dinner guests of Mrs. Et- ta Masters and Edna. They were helping Oscar and Edna cclehrate their birthdays. Mrs. Jessie Chandler was a New Years I);:G dinner guest. of Mrs. Mamie Mullin. Mr. and Mr.~;. Nelson ttar|'is and Shelley spent the Christ- mas weekend in the Gus Ber- nard home in Fairbury, Nebr. Sp-5 Kenneth McCorlde has been here visiting after a year's duty ie, Viet Nam. Ken neth and his: wife, E(lna and son Gary, have IIIOV()(l l.o Lawton. Okl.a. where he will be stationed at Ft. Sill. Mr. and Mrs. W. l.. Me Cor- mack returned to thei~ hon|c in Colora,.qo Springs after spending s,everal days in the James McCormick home. Mr. and Mrs. l~t,ee(, SaHdor son and f;a,mily of Cenl, ervillc. llt., Mr'. arid Mrs. t;erl Sander son of Lq.,banon and Mr. and Mrs. Fr,ed Sand,,rson wero New Yea~rs Day dinner guests of Mr. ~):nd Mrs. George Satl derson of Lebamm. Mr. a'o,d Mrs. Floyd l)unnn a/o of Missoula. Mont.. Fh)b Pumuralo. Mrs. lhlrold Bailey and Rhondm Mr. and Mrs. En calla L,~wis and family, Ro'n nie Smith and Mr. and Mrs Lester Suchsland an(I family enjoye.,d watching the Rose Bowl parade in color at tile Floyd Myers home on Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Under wood and family were Friday and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mc- I)onuol made a t)usincss trip to Beh)it on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Ben- nott rolurncd home Wednes- day frolll l)enver, Colo. where they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- l)urn Alh'od and family. Mrs. Marie Everson and boys rettn'ned h()me Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Gleason and daug itcr of Los Angeles, Cahf. left for 1heir home after spending the holidays with his i)aronts, Mr. and Mrs. John Glcason. and other relatives. Mr. ;,nd Mrs. l)arus I[(,n- ningsen of Mankato were oy- ster SOUl) slipper ghosts of Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Hawkins. Mrs. Emmett I,ewis return- ed home Sunday from the Red Cloud hospital after having minor surgery the past week. Margaret and Manty Harris of Wiohita, Mack Harris, Mrs. Wilhlrd tI:lrris aud Mr. and Mrs. Nol~(m Ilarris and Shel- ley ~(,t , \'Vednos(h,y dinner guests of Mrs. ['earl ltarris. Rod I:ou,) of Ell)orado SI)l'illgS, Kall,q. cafne Friday u) spond the weekend in the James McCormick home. Mrs. Vo~o and family returned home with him after spending the past week in tile McCor- lni('k home. Mr. ;illd Mrs. l{o(,ce Saflder- son and family of Centerville. la. spolll from Thursday until Monday in the home of his )HrI,~IIN, Mr. and Mrs. Fred San(iors(ln. SIIBSN l,;irry Suchshmd ar rived home Friday evening from Nm'f()lk. Va. to visit ill the hmne of his parents, Mr. and Mrs tester Suehsland. and other relatives. Mr. ;,ud Mrs. ,lack Wake field and Scott of Eckley, Colo. wore Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Underwood and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDon- nol and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gilh, tt. 1 Concordia. I here this fall to attend the [that with the i)heasant season I Mr. and Mrs. llubert Silsby [ Mr. and Mrs. Dee Wilkerson] brothers and sisters of Mrs. I running thr,)ugh ,htnuary 8 an(t an(t family of Cawkcr were and t)oys of Roll, Ariz. arclEleanor O'Neal reunion. ]with the quail season open un / Sunday evening visitors of Mr. here visiting her parents, Mr.I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn l)ewev I til January 15. Ihere i,; still / N and Mrs. Ehner Alexander. and Mrs. Jude Figgins, of Red I of Formoso were dinner pkmty of time for ,ome good / Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster Cloud, and other relativeslguests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis bird hunts. were Saturday evening visit around Burr Oak. ,Terrill and family Sunday. t{;ll)t)it hulllin~ should also ors of iVh'. and Mrs. Ehner Glenn Fearing returned Mrs. l':hner Fitch entered ('oltlo to lho I crofrolH, x.~ilh the Ah.,x/lllder. Chtrenee Pixler was admit- ted to the Repul)lic County morning for their home after spending the holidays with her father, Mr. R. J. Korb, St. and with other relatives. Mr. and M|'s. Gent Johnson and family, Mr'. and Mrs. Bud Plait and f;mlily, Roy. Rioh ard Brook, l, inda Vader and Mrs. Ahna Gard were New Years Day dinner guests of Mrs. Netlie Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bean- blossom of Corvalis, Ore. came Saturday due to the death of her mother, Mrs. Mona Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Wt,er nor and Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. l,]x'i(.ll l'onncr of Man kate were New Years Day dinner guests of Mr. ;ll'l(l Mrs. Arthur Cockrol't and family. Ilia Mullins of Bohner Springs, Kans., Mrs. Hazel McCormick of Colorado Springs, Colo. and Max Haw- kins "-llld Lou Ann of Kalrsas City were recent calh.'rs at tile home of Mr'. and Mrs. W. G. 1)ecker. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Russell of Mankato and Mr'. and Mrs. Keith McKeown and family of near Superior were New Years I)ay dinner ~ue.'-;Ls of Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray. Mr. and Mrs. Georp, c Abel and Jo Scan of Colorado Springs, Colo. came Friday to spend a few days with his mo- ther. Mrs. Jessie Abet. who is in the St. Joseph's Hospital in Now Automatic Chain Oiling even; ng visitors in the Ray Shott attonded the Golden mon,J~ McDill home near Man Wed(ling of Rev. and Mrs. H. " 1] kate. Their son, Mahlon Mr'- II. Isham at Plainville, Kans. Dill, was visiting his parents on Sttndav. fron~. NOw Orleans. A,2/c "Larry Gillctt came i ~' A-2/c John Stevenson was a Friday f 'ore the Tinklcr Air Frid, ay supper guest at tile Force" Base in Oklahoma to Douglas Gillett home. sl)cn(I ;, week with his par- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shott ents, Mr. and Mrs. 1)ouglas TO THE FEDERAL WAGE AND HOUR I,AW GOING IN IN 1967, WILL CI, OSE OUR SIIOP AT 12:00 ON TEE SALES DEPARTMENT WILL REMAIN NEW HOMELITE XL-AUTOMATIC CHAIN SAW Chain saw cutting is easier than e~er now.., no need to be troubled w th manual chain oiling with the new XL.AUTOMATIC... just fill the oil reservoir and the chain is oiled automatically as you cut, More power f0r 30% faster cutting lets YOu cut through a ]0-inch oak log in just 9 seconds. Still a light-weight the new XL-AUTOMATIC weighs only ]4 pounds less bar and chain. Available In straight bars from i~ to 36" plus plunge-cut bow, cluaring end utility bars. Also d rect or gear ddvo. $ee us today for a free, demonstration of this UNTIL 5:00 P.M. home Sunday from the Mi ry Lanning tlospital in Hastings where Ire had spent tire past week, Mrs. l,oren Fogo accompan- led Joyce Fogo of Pittsburg to Kansas City where she will visit friends and relatives this week. Wylie Joseph Pumarlo Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pumarlo ting along fine. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Terrill and Miriam went to Topeka Sattn'(lay after Cathy and Bet:- ky who had spent some time at tile Myers home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heskett were dinner guests ()f Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles and daugh- are the po|'ud parents of a ters Sun(lay. hahy boy born l)ec. 28. TheI ................. yourlg lnan weigtmd 8 lbs. 13 FISH AND GAME NEWS ozs. and has been named Wy .... lie Joseph. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pumarlo of Missoula, Mont. and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hausehel of Morrowville, Kans. Mrs. Harry Sulliff Mr. and Mrs. Fay Myers left Friday a. m. by phme from Hastings to return to their ho~ne in Silverton. Ore. after spending the holidays with her father, Mr. Bob Korb, Sr., and other relatives. Word came Friday a m. from Mrs. Walter Naylor of Chanute that her uncle. Mr. Larn Ratcliff of Rivertnn. Wyo. had passed away of an heart attack. Mr. Ratcliff was Snow Sets Stage For Ideal Hunting Pratt -~ Long awaited mois- ture came to Kansas this week in the form of heavy snowfall setting up ideal conditions for tim closing days of Kansas' ]966 hunting seasons. The Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Conttnissioll 'said today that hunter success, on lhe deoline all fall due to lack of pr(,cipitation, shou/d spira/ as all species of legal game will be easier to find. The Commission pointed out hunlers plenty of targets. New License & S~amp Required After December 31 l'ratt The K;,nsas l,'oros try, t,'isil itnd Ganle COtllllliS- sion romillds all hunters that tt new state license is needed ;ift(,r l)(,o(,mher 31. Also. for those who l)lan to take a(iwln- i iii Ill @ We know you'll approve of the speedy and courteous service you receive here when you arrange a loan to purchase your car. See about it NOW . our experienced advisors are ready to serve yOU. "gIgI 't7 I!adv uo SSOJgUOD ~q poAoJddl Sly& ~e[d Oq,l. ATTENTION: Your Savings Account is now drawing 4% interest, compounded semi-annually. / Thank You, JERRY'S STANDARD SERVICE Highway 36 - Mankato DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO $18,000.00 BY F.D.I.C. II II I _ I Lage of the extended seasons on quail and pheasants, a 1967 Upland Game Bird Stamp is also needed. The Commission reminds all duck hunters that their current dttck stamp is valid for the final two days of the season o~ou though those dates lap over into the new calendar year. The duck season closes at sundown, January 2. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shook visited the Bert Hale familyat Kansas City. They wore hat)py to find them well, and Margaret drives her car t,) ~orl each day. She is em- l)h)yed at a telephone company in Kansas City, Karts. t .I IIIII FIRST PICK YOUR DEALER t , THEN PICK YOUR USED CAR OUR FINANCE PLAN IS TAILORED TO MEET YOUi FARM INCOME BYTHE MONTH BY Tim O 1966 PONTIAC CATALINA 4-DOOR SEDAN. Factory air, power steering, power brakes, one local owner Very nice. See this for a big saving. 1966 BUICK WILDCAT 4- DOOR SEDAN. Only 7,000 miles. Factory air, power steering, power brakes. Like new. 1966 BUICK WILDCAT CUS- TOM 2-DR. SPORTS COUPE. One owner, bucket seals, full power, factory air, console, eft. 1966 BUICK SKYLARK 2- DOOR SPORTS COUPE. GRAND SPORTS OPTION. Air conditioned, automatic, power, Near new. 1965 BUICK LeSABRE 4- Door. Factory air, Power steering, one local owner. Low mileage. Ready to go. 1965 PONTIAC CATALINA STATION WAGON. 6-pas- senger, air-conditioned, power steering, luggage rack. A nice wagon. 1965 BUICK WILDCAT 4 DOOR SEDAN. One owner, low mileage. Power, factory air, etc. Near new tires. Pric- ed righf. 1965 BUICK ELECTRA 4- DOOR. Equipped wifh Power steering, Power brakes. Air conditioned. Low mileage. A very nice car 1964 BUICK WILDCAT 4- DOOR SEDAN. Factory air, Power steering & brakes. A real sharp car. 1964 TEMPEST 4-DOOR SE- DAN. Cusfom. Power steering, factory air, automatic, redlo. A nice sized cer. 1964 BUICK SPECIAL. Fat- tory air, power steering, new tires, low mileage. Sharp. 1963 FORD GALAXIE 500 4-DOOR SEDAN. Factory air, power steering, V-8, automatic transmission. 42,000 mllu. One local owner. 1963 BUICK LeSABRE ~. passenger WAGON. New tires. Facfory air. Power Sfeering. A good clean wagon. 1963 BUICK LeSABRE 4- DOOR SEDAN. Air-ondlticn, power steering, low mlleagl, nice color. A slick used car. 1963 RAMBLER 4-DOOR SEDAN. Six cylinder, nice~ clean, economical car. 1963 BUICK LeSABRE 4- DOOR SEDAN, Power steer- ing, automatic transmlsldon, Ready to go. 1962 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR BELAIR. 6-Cylinder, automa- tic transmission. Very lean, Priced for a quick sale. 1962 PONTIAC CATALINA 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Vinyl trim, low mileage. A nice tar, 1961 FORD &DOOR SEDAN. 6 cyl., standard drive. Real clean. Cheap. 1960 BUICK LeSABRI[ 4- DOOR SEDAN. One owner. A good used car. 1959 FORD 4-DOOR SEDAN. 33,200 actual miles. A lot of service left. Make a IIo~lf school car. ---.-.O--.-------- TRUCKS AND PICKUPS 1962 CHEVROLET PICKUP. V2 Ton, LWB, wide side, 6 cyl., 3 speed trans. Real slick. Low mileage. 1956 GMC ~A TON. 3-Spied transmission. 1955 IHC V2 TON PICKUP. 13.Speed. Real slick. OUR REPUTATION IS YOUR BEST GUARANTJ WE HAVE THE GMAC PURCHASE PLAN , MOTORS INSURANCE FOR YOUR CONVENIEN( ', I" C Inc B,:o,t, otor . LESTER HANSEN - $OHN KINDSCHER GENE KIMERER - GARY SPEAR - SALESI~LM~I BELOIT, KANSAS Phone PE 8-3511