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? :L PAGE 6B , I I Frost at the Sprague Nursing | I [ I Home Christmas Day. i]I P [ Winners at the M & M Var- -- " -- -- , , iety Saturday were Warren Mrs. K. Avlson I ] Nebel -lst, Mary Kriley,-2nd, A Happy New Year to all. | [)on Spooner -3rd, and Mrs. Thursday dinner guests of/Joe Tordy -4th. Mr. and Mrs. John McCleery Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Menden- were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc- Cary, Mrs. Ethel Thomas and Frank Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Marihugh called in the af- ternoon. Mrs. Ila Whitley was in Red Cloud Thursday. Miss Lucrita Enyeart of Ov erland Park and her fiance, Ray Fisher, formerly of Bur- ton, now stationed in Califor- nia, came early Friday morn ing to her parents, Rev. and Mrs. En)eart. Miss Enyear! and her mother took Ray Fisher to Woodston Friday af ternoon to spend the weekend with his mother. He went with the Enyearts to Overland Park Sunday afternoon. Leland Kindler of Colby spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Frances Kindler. Mr. and Mrs. R. Arisen were In Mankato Friday morning. Christmas Day guests at the James John's home were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lorence, Mr. arid Mrs. Glen Hartford and four sons of Hastings and Mr and Mrs. Bill Rickson and son of Topeka. Mr. and Mrs Ro i~rt Lorence and family called in the afternoon. Christmas Day guests of Mrs. Lillian Fogo were her children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rush and son of Springfield, Me., Mr. and Mrs. Red Fiero and son of Colorado Springs, ColO. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Fogo and sons. Christmas Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H Frost were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Grauerholz. Sharon and Jeannie and Steve Smith of McPherson and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost. Daryl and Pare and Dave Mills. Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Arisen were Thursday evening supper guests at the Glen Collins home at Red Cloud. Mrs. Agnes Price was a Sat urday overnight guest of her sister, Mrs. Frances Kindler, and spent Christmas with her son, Johnny, and family at Su perior. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker. Ktana and Sue spent Christ- mas vacation in Minnesota with her mother, Mrs. Archie Newell, and other relatives. Mr, and Mrs, Sam McCleery of Lebanon spent Sunday even ~g with Mr. and Mrs. John McCleery at ~,he Carroll Thron son home ~t Ionia where the MeCleerys were doing their chores while they were in Col- orado for Christmas. Mt.abd Mrs. John McCleery were Sunday dinner guests of her atint, Mrs. Nettle Seems. .IVESTOCK AUCTION MARKETS 30 A.M. & 11:40 A.M. Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Corrick and girls visited Mrs. Edna I I] II I | I Jli i - ].] I hall accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Verle Mendenhall to tiar- dy, Nebr. Friday afternoon to attend Brad Blair's wedding. P. C. got his little finger caught in the car door and had to stop in Superior to have it sewed back on. Mrs. lla Whitley and family spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Ritter, at Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Menden- hall were Christmas Day guests at the John Budge home at Portis and were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Myers at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. R. Avison vis- ited Mrs. S. W. Favinger Lit Smith Center Monday after- noon. Mrs. Nellie Gillett and Sam were Christmas Day dinner i guests of Fred Paxsons and! the Paxsons spent Monday at i the Gillett home. "Frosty" A very Happy and Prosper- ()us New Year to each and ev- eryone. Many thanks to all of you who remembered us with cards and letters. We also want to thank the Esbon E.U.B. Youth Fellowship for the lovely basket of fruit. Dr, and Mrs. Paul Hills and children of Overland Park. Vlr. and Mrs. Ora Hills and Mrs. Millie Matousek of Wi- chita spent Saturday at the Glen Matouaek home near Cu- ha. Mr. and Mrs. Burneal Henry and girls of Mission spent Sat- urday night at the Bert Henry rome and then they all drove to Osborne to spend Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Schroder and girls. Mr. 'and Mrs. Paul Pletcher and family of Portis joined them for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Panter of qmith Center were Christmas [)Lay guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. George San- derson spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanderson were Christ- mas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanderson m Leba- non. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shook spent from Saturday to Thursday in Kansas City with the Fred and Bill Shook fam- ilies. Christmas Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hajny were Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Smith Mrs. Frances Kindler, Leland Kindler, Charles Kindler and the Curtis Dietzes & Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rickson and Karl joined them Surlday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beam and family of Smith Center, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Beam and children and Mr. and Mrs. ,Jim Fogo and family were Christmas Day guests of their parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Harold Beam. Mr. John Scott, Miss Mollie Jones and Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Jr., Richard, Lori, An gela and Jimmie John of Man- kate, Mrs. Viola Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones and Durward Frost had a pre Christmas dinner at the Claude Frost home Saturday. St.-Sgt. and Mrs. Larry Welch and children of Bell vue, Ncl)r. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frost. Tim Welches called on the Claude Frosts Sunday al- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jen kinson and Kay of Belleville and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Atkins of Lincoln, Nebr. called on the i Paul Frosts Sunday afternoon: and were luncheon guests of Mr. and Claude Frost and Jacque. Monday dinner guests el Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gass were Mr. Fred Johanek and children and Alma Johanek of Nebraska City, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jackson of Goodland, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost and family and Miss Cheryl Han- cock. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dodd and children drove to Wyo ruing to attend the wedding of Miss Betsy Cooper today. The Dodds will return to the Bryce Dodd home for a late Christ mas gathering on Wednesday when Rev, and Mrs. Jiln Iwig and Kristi of Napervillc, Ill. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hick man and Mary of Hastings will join them. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dutton Lind Mr. and Mrs. George San derson spent Sunday evemng at tim era Hills home to visit with Dr. and Mrs. Paul tiills. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frost Mr. and Mrs. Jon Frost and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Welch and children spent Christmas ev- ening at the John Phillips home. Mr. and Mrs. John White of Hays were Sunday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hollice Avison Christmas Eve SUl)per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby were Mr. and Mrs. Lor us Hulburt and children of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Mel vin Silsby, Curtis and Rita and marline Silsby. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby and marline were among the guests for a Christmas dinner at the Dean Buster home in II 1 SOLAR SVST/:M. THE SON AND NINE PLANETS THAT THAN OUR MOON, WH E MUCH BIGGER LARGEST, IS BIn ...... auPIrER, TH PuT TOGETHd L"A AtL T.E OT. R ,',RE A"LE TO SUPP'd ; A_N_O MAR/ (AS WE KNOW THEM)! " " "~ ORGANISMS The best system for doing your income tax is having cancelled checks to serve as legal proof of payment @ 't in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKAT0 OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member KBnsas Development Credit Corp. Member F.DJ.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1888 I i I ill i i I I II III L I JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, KANSAS Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Ilollice Avison and Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Mc- Cartlley were Christlnas din- ner goests of Mr. and Mrs. {;len Collins ill Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones attended the funeral of Mr. George MeCune at Formoso Monda.,,. We extned our syln. pathy to the sisters and rela- lives. Mr. ttank Nelson and Mrs. Thompson Smith called on I)urward Frost hast Wednes- of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ship- Icy. helping the children cele- I)rate their birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ander- sen were hosts to a Christmas dizmer Sunday with the Clair Andersens, Melvin Shipleys, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Polson Kenneth Andersen and Mrs. O. Baird of Minneapolis as guests. Mrs. Vachel Crawford That Christmas is over with, we wish that everyone had a happy one, and that everyone has a prospe,'ous and a Happy New Year. Mrs. Milton Kissinger was taken to the hospital at Belle- ville Monday morning. We are glad that she is improving. Mr. Kissinger Lind son. Karl. have been making daily trips u) the hospital. Mr. Bill Kennedy of Beloit spent Wednesday evening in our home. Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Field Jr. entertained the following to supper (m Christmas Eve: Mrs. Minnie Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stafford. For- muse: Mr. and Mrs. Lyall Ooxon. Mr. Milford Stafford. Mr. and Mrs Ronald Stafford md Traey of Oklahoma: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stafford and family, Scott City. Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Bhlehly, Pratt. Kansas spent from Saturday evening to Vhmday morning with her bro- ther. Mr. Vachel Crawford & Mrs. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Bert Payne spent Christmas Day with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Quy, in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Craw- ford entertained the following tn a Christlnas supper on Christmas Day and gift ex- change: Mrs. Emma Craw- ford. Mr. & Mrs. Jack Smith. Mr. and Mrs Max Berry, Gor- don. Wade & Joel. Scandia: Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Blachly, Pratt, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Field Jr. were Christmas Day din- nee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field. Sr. I enjoyed "Mona's Musings" written by Mrs. O. H. Wilson very much Please write some more. I have missed her writ- IIIL{S very Ialllch. Mr. and Mrs. Max Berry, Gordon, Wade and Joel enter- tained the following to supper Christmas Eve.: Mrs. Emma Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Blachly, Mr. and Mrs, Vachel Crawford. We all attended church service that evening at 10:00 o'clock Raymond Joerg and Vachel Crawford attended a Co-op. meeting at Mankato Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Thompson and fmnily of St. Louis, Me. spent the Christmas weekend visiting with relatives and lriends in Mankato. $50 to start then $25 a month will launch your investment program in EYSTONE rH FUND K-2 A MUTUAL FUND FOUNID|O IN 111~1| MAIL COUPON for FURTHER DETAILS WALTER J. CAMPBELL MANKATO, KANSAS 66956 Res. Phone FR 8-3452 Registered Representative Columbian Securities Corp. Topeka, Kansas 66603 Send me free prosPectusee end dNedl~e material On Keystone AccumuleUon Plans. Nsme Address City _ State .... Whitemound; Builders.4-H Club Santa Claus paid a visit to members and their leaders of the Whitemound Builders 4-H Club on Dec. 17 at the Com- ,munity Center. A ceremony was presented by the following members to place a purple seal on the clubs charter: Joy for his Reserve Champion steer. Mike Beam led us in the song, "Jingle Bells". Pamela Kemper's project talk, "Little Red Riding Hood," was pre- sented in a skit form with the help of Cindy Kemper. Mike Beam gave a demonstration on how to make bird feeders. Gary Shipley's music appreci- ation was "Oh, Come All Ye Faithful". Then we all sang the song. "Stop! Don't move the injured," was the title of Ruth Blattner's health talk. James Lamb's conservationI talk was on mammals. Ear-I lene Silsby was recognized for l0 years in 4-H club work. Ni-I na Beam and Joni Beam con- ducted the ceremony. Trey! Anderson led us in recreation. At the close of the meeting, we opened our gifts. Nina Beam and Earl Silsby handed out appreciation grits to the project leaders. Refreshments were served by Kindlers and Lambs. --Douglas Dietz. Reporter. Esbon E. H. U. Esbon E H. Unit members went to the Lebanon Cafe on Dec. 7 to have a birthday cof- fee for Susie Ball. Rose John Katie Spachek and Hazel Ship ley. Afterward we went to the home of Katie Spachek. She taught us how to make some craft. Dec. 14th at 6 o'clock the members and their families and Roma Heinsehel of Leba- non as a guest, gathered at the Legion Hall for a turkey dinner and all the trimmings. We had a short business meet- ing. Then we had our Christ mas gift exchange from under the Christmas tree. The mem- bers packed 14 boxes for the shut-ins and packed cookies for the rest home in Red Cloud. The meeting adjourned to meet on Jan. 1O with Katie Spachek. Maxine Shipley, P. R. C. Mr. and Mrs. Evart Vader and Linda spent Monday at the, home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sorrells arid Ellery Vader at Phillipsburg, Kans. Linda Vader and Richard Brooks spent New Years Eve at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Evart Vader. Dear Ones All, who remem-~ bered me on nay 85th birth- day! You made this the happiest of all "Birthdhys". Thank you. When Kathryn and Nellie conceived the idea. they little dreamed they were starting a snowball rolling tmtil it eas chiefs. This note aceonapanying "Christmas Greetings" is a mere gesture of gratitude, as my deep appreciation can not be expressed in words. I can not but hope you will have a simihlr experience in the years to come. May you be richly hlessed and consider me always, Your friend. Pearl Kinman. Yes,-Mamie, I suspect you were responsible for spread- ing the word Thank you. Five letters sent to Mankato brought twenty-one resl)on~e~: How's that? P.K. Keith Halstead Wins Car Compass Keith Halstead won a ear compass in the Sweepstakes Cohtest recently sponsored by American Motors. CARD OF THANKS I want to thank ,l]y rela- tives and friends for calling on me at the hospital and for those who sent cards to me. .... Halsey Pangborn. Mr. and Mrs. Herman My- ers had their Christmas din net Monday. Those present were: Mr, and Mrs. Lee My ers and family of Coneordia: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Chind berg and family from Derby; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers and family of Topeka: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Myers and Mik~ of Hastings, Nebr.: Mr. and Mrs. CurUs Kell and family of Sutton. Nebr.: Mr and Mrs. Norman Myers and falnily el Horton: Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mendenhall of Esbon. Mrs. Hazel Flood of Sutton; Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Edlnons of Clyde. Clarence, Verl and Former State Senator '.. Dr. Edgar A. Elliff Dies . 1)r. Edgar A. Elliff, 73, of 702 Beattie, longtime promi- nent Sterling eye specialist and state Republican party h,ader, died of a heart attack Sunday at Logan County Hos- Jital. He had been ill for two days. He was a former state senator. I)r. Elliff was an eye, ear, nose and throat physician and surgeon, tie had practiced here for nearly 40 years. I,'uneral will be at 10:30 a. m. Tuesday at the Presby- terian Church, with Rev. Dar- rell A. Davis officiating, Bur- ial will be at Riverside Ceme- Wry. Radford Funeral Chapel is in charge. I)r. Elliff is survived by his wife, Minnie, two sons, John E. and Jalnes H. Elliff, of Sterling, and three grandchil- dren. Edgar Alonzo Elliff was born Dec. 7, 1893, in a log cabin at Flemington, Me., in liickory county, to John Even- ezer and Bessie Robins Elliff. ,lie grandparents were both Union veterans. He moved to Kansas at the age of 12 and graduated from Mankato. Kan.. High School. working part time as a tele- grapher on the railroad. He attended the University of Ne- hraska medical school and graduated from Cincinnati I,:eleetic Medical Colege (Uni- versity of Cincinnati medical school) in 1919. He interned at Christ llospital in Cincin- nati where he was also a house officer. He then return- ed to Kansas to do genera] practice He subsequently took ~raduate work at Harvard Medical School, the University ')f Vierma and Washington University Medical School of St. Louis. specializing in dis- eases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. He married Minnie Bunker in Leoti. Kan., in 1925 and practiced in Texas before moving to Sterling to join Dr. C. J. Latta. He then estab- lished his own practice and Hved here the remainder of of his life. Dr. Elliff was concerned with many civm activities in Sterling. He served as city councilman and was mayor or two terms. He instituted Mary were unable to get here. the present managerial form ff government Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ah He served two terms as rens. Mrs. Mona Meier. and ~tate senator from 1950to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ahrem 1958. While in the senate he and Elaine spent Christmas carried such important bills evening with Mrs. Henry Ah as the revised medical prac- rens and Audrey. tices act of 1951 and the pre- m Phone JU 7-2191 sent conservation' laws. He 'was outstanding freshman He carried a bill tO' the state teachers retirement fund. the need for rea of the legislature in introduced the first He served as a business affairs, ' health and welfare, and state affairs in the senate. In 1953, he was service to the eral Assembly and community service Medical Society. In 1954, he was chairman on the mittee that and health and rehabilitation ed which has led to our present old ance. He ran uno election to the in 1954, and in 1955 imously elected State Central chairman. He was interested ing and was a servation practices. an early user of low methods. water control. He was of the first soil conservation 1948. In 1949. he recei bankers award" for ~ion practices. He served in the World War I and for his selective tributions during World War II as and advisor. Dr. Elliff was the American Board thalmology and Iogy, life member American Medical tion. Pan American Association, Pan Congress of and OtolaryngologY rado State Medical He is a past Northeast Medical tion and former of St. Benedict's Counfy Hospital. He is a life member Toastmasters. ~istory, El Jebel American Legion He was an elder Presbyterian Chute chairman of the publican Committee, aminer. Union Pacit clan and member of Club and Denver Taken from newspaper. BURR OAK, OUR HARDWARE STOCK MADE IN HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF THl We sell the following property at our home located three blocks east of the Osborne County Farmers Union Co- op Elevator, Lebanon, Kansas, Starting at 12:30 p.m. I MACHINERY B JD 6-speed Power Lift; JD Mower, No. 5; JD Spring tooth, 2-section; JD 12' Disc; JD Grain Drill; 6' Schaef- fer One-Way, good; Co-op 3-14 Plow, good; Two 8x16 Flat Bed Wagons, on rubber; Six sections Peg Tooth Harrow; Mayrath 6-roller Spray Pump, complete with hoses and broadjet; 16' Grain Auger, 4"; Cement Mix- er; Pickup Stock Rack, steel, good; 4-wheel Trailer; 4-wheel Trailer with grain box. CATTLE 50 head 300-pound Steers and Heifer Calves. POSTS AND WIRE 80 steel posts; 60 steel electric fence posts; 90 creosote posts; 60 hedge posts; 12 corner posts; 4 telephone poles, creosote to 30'; several rolls 26" hog wire, good to poor; approximately 200 rods galvanized barb wire; 20 panels; 2 rolls slat cribbing. MISCELLANEOUS Five cattle feed bunks; 1500' used lumber; shop iron, channel, angle and pipe; l0 nipple calf buckets; Cush- man Motor Scooter, good; h.p. electric motor; 2 h.p. gas engine, Wisconsin; 8 steel hog troughs; 4 log chains; barrels, cans, grease guns and other items too numerous to mention. HAY 400 square bales Grass; 700 square bales Alfalfa in barn . . . mostly wire tie. TERMS---Terms of sale are cash. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible in case of accident. AND MRS. ,JACK STEINER OWNERS FOLLOWING ITEMS: Stock Tanks, aJ1 sizes from 4 to 8 ft. Hog Feeders, round, 55 bu. Pig Feeders, 10 bu. A good stock Bolts, sizes from 3/16" 1 all cut threads. Plenty of Cap Screws, lots of sizes, and fine threads. Barn Door Track and Rollers. Ta,nk Heaters - special price. T actor Mower Parts - sickles, guardS, tions, rivets, etc. Cultivator Sweeps. Log Chains, all kinds and sizes in bulk. Sl)rocket Steel Chain. Roller Chain - not foreign made. Steel Posts, he.a vy. Barb Wire. All sizes Smooth Wire. Electric Fencers, Posts and Wire.. Nail and Fence Staples, 17c-16c, in 50-lb. tons. Scoops, Spades, Pitch Forks. Repair Handles for everything. All kinds Ladders - wood nd, Sherwin-Williams Paints and Oils. Wrenches - lots of good w, renches. Sockets - '/I", V.._," and drive. Tarps - good sizes. Guns and Ammunition. Watches - Clocks - Steam Irons. Thermos Jugs and Kitchen Ware. Chandler and Son, Auct. H.O. Beardslee, Cashier Lyle Beardslee, Clerk _ [ II ~.~, /~ v'.Q _ :, ' , - ', ' ,,, 2~ , : , '''