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January 6, 1966     Jewell County Record
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By ~, RAlZOLD IOTHWELL Meter and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jel xn were guests at an oyster supper at the Fay Vestal home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Both- well spent New Year's Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Edwards in Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Chat Warren called on Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson Sunday afternoon. Kerry and Alene Kramer of Mankato called on their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W Gtmn Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Thorton and family spent Saturday even- ing at the Floyd Davidson home. David Bothwell, who has spent the hplid~ys at home, re- turned to his school at Wamego, Kansas Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson called on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson in Mankato Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell spent the evening at the Leon Layton home in Formosa Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McKee of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Koester of Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Merle File and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peele spent Monday evening at the Sam Behrends home helping Sam celebrate his birthday. Rev. and Mrs. Frint of Belle-J ville called at the Verlan Broyles home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tayler of Concordia visited at the Jess Wilson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broyles were guests at the Carol Shuck home in Superior Tuesday even- trig. Greg Diamond spent Satur- flay and Sunday at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davdison. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Behrends & family attended a family dinner at the home of his parents in Auburn, Net). Mrs. Edwin Ross called on Mrs. Nellie Warne in Mankato Wednesday afternoon. Lois Marie Johnson was one of the hostesses at a shower for: Judeen Heitman at the Everett[ Mr. and Mrs. Lawernce Both- Lawrence Bothwell were supper called on Oscar Riehle at For-[ Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe were their cards, gifts, and Lillich home in Superior last lwell attended a New Year's Eve guests Thursday evening of Mr. mesa Sunday afternoon. [Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and cheer me at my t Tuesday evening. [party at the Elwin Hobson home and Mrs. Harold Bothwell. I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shoe-[Mrs. Fay Vestal. Christmas carols and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray-lFriday evening, t Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson maker and family of Shawnee[ Mr. and Mrs. Clay Langer and es. All these kind deeds mend Ballard for ChristmasI Wayne Ross and Gary Drapal and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Mission, Kans Mr. and Mrs. Ed [Mrs: Chris Ahrens of Superior, ly appreciated. May G were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hall I of Superior drove to Goodland, were in Concordia, Friday Diamond, Ricky and Becky Dia-[and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vestal each and every one. of Olathe, Kans Mr. and Mrs. 1Kans Monday to visit at the Mark, Kent and Jay Ross mend, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd/and family were guests of Mr.~ ---Forrest De] Wilford Shepherd and sons of]Harlan Ross home. They return- spent several days last week Davidson and Patricia were New land Mrs. Fay Vestal for a New ---------------- Pueblo, Colo Mr. and Mrs. led home Thursday. I with their grandparents, Mr. and~ Year's supper guests of Mr. and Year's Day dinner. CARD OF THANKS Frank Welty and Mr. and Mrs. [ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vestal and lMrs. Edwin Ross. ~Mrs. Chuck Diamond. ~ ~ ----- Lloyd Welty and family of family of Colorado Springs ar- Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broylest Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McDill THANK YOU I We wish to express our Englewood, Colo Mr. and Mrs.'rived at the Fay Vestal home ltook Jeff Doyle back to his homeland boys of Belleville and Mr. cere thanks and Randy Waller of Omaha, Mr. and Thursday night to spend the in Wichita, Friday, and spent the ;and Mrs. W. W. Gunn were I wish to thank all my friends our friends in Jewell Mrs. Gerald Mohler and Mr. and weekend with his parents and weekend with Mr. and Mrs.!guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barney and relatives for the cards, let- their floral offering, Mrs. Delbert Sharp of Superior, the Clay Langer family in Sup- Mrs. Lucy Belt of Lincoln, Mr. crier. and Mrs. Virgil Hall and family,] Arden Russell phoned his par- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall, Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rus- eta Warne of Mankato, and Mrs. sell, Tuesday evening that he Mary Hall of Superior. i has been hospitalized with a Mrs. Charlie Russell, Mrs. lV~- ~slipped disc in his back. He is in tea Intermill, Mrs. Edwin Ross a hospital in Hawaii. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell met at Mrs. Jennie Jones and Marvin the home of Mrs. Ruben Johnson of Tonganoxie, Mrs. Carrie Both- on Tuesday afternoon to makewell of Hardy, and Mr. and Mrs. up the Extension Club year l books. Several from the Webber com- munity attended the funeral of Roy Peckham at the Union Church in Hardy, Friday morn- ing. Burial was in the Rose- mound Cemetery. Carl, Ronnie and Delbert John- son attended a Youth Banquet at Green, Kans last Tuesday evening. A community shower in honor of Judeen Heitman was held at the Valley View school house last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ross and family and Mrs. John Boltoff were Christmas dinner guests at the Edwin Ross home. Among those from the Web- bet community who attended the wedding of Linda Wilson and David Matousek last Sunday !evening were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell, Mr. and Mrs. ]Keith McKeown, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Thomas and daugh- ters, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed, Mrs. Bernice Reed, Wylie Kirk- patrick, Mrs. Eleanor Crispin, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell. Marvin Jones of Tonganoxie, Kans was a supper guest at the Harold Bothwell home Wednes- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sharp were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ballard. HERE'S A SPECIAL WELL WORTH REPEATING GUARDIAN MAINTENANCE FRONT-END ALIGNMENT AND WHEEL BALANCe A Featured Winter Service During DECEMBER-JANUARY-FEBRUARY as Co. ' Waug Oil & LOOK AT THE BENer;rS! ~ Safer Driving Easier Steering ~ Smoother Rides ~r Longer "nre Life GET A 1964 - 4 dr. Pontiac with power and air, like new 1963 - 4 dr. Olds, real nice 1959 - Chev. 1959 - Olds Station Wagon 1964 - 4 dr. Chevrolet, like new 1961 - 4 dr Olds Richard Doyle. ]Crook in Superior for dinner on ters, gifts and visits to me while cards and telegrams sen~ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fowler lSaturday, in the hospital and sincc return- in the time of our sorroW. and children, Mark, Karen and[ Carol Smith and Donna Mont- ing home. Also, thanks to the j Mrs. LeRoy Baring~ Janelle, of Pueblo, Colo Mr.~gomery of Superior were guests Mystic Circle Club for the love-! Mr. and Mrs. C. B. ly Sunshine Box. To Mr. and ins and children and Mrs. Gerald Shoemaker and!for lunch Thursday of Judy Mrs. Bill Simmons and Mr. and! family, Gwyn, Jerry, Sherry and~Behrends. Cogie Ann, of Shawnee Mission, t Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vestal and i Mrs. Walter Gutscher for doing Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Kans visited over the holidays i family, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal, i my chores, and other friends of Burr Oak were at the Floyd Davidson and Dal- land Mrs. Chris Ahrens were din- ',who helped Vera. Heartfelt evening guests of Mr. and las Diamond homes, l ner guests Friday of Mr. and ithanks to the teachers and pupils Darus Henningsen. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell IMrs" Clay Langer in Superior. ;of the Formosa Grade School for 1957 - 4 dr. Ford - 4 dr. Olds 1961 - 4 dr. Pontiac with power and air I Got those NewYear's : -Budget Blues? S Chocolate Ch~, Chocolate Pinwheel 49c Bag Atl Vegetable -Ib. BF .STYET Can CALIROSE WHOLE UNPEEL~v . . BESTYET VANILLA, CHOCOLATE, STRAWBERRY Made with Buttermilk No. cons large 20- oz. btls. -gal. Zip- Serv Carton ARMOUR STAR 12-oz Tin BESTYIET PROZEN GRAPE OR ORANGE ARMOUR STAR WITH BEANS 6-OZ. fins CQnS 5 Sl CLEANSING TISSUE pkgs. Bed Pillows Reg. $1.25 .1~" X 2~" OUR PRICE Dish Oloths Size 12" x 14" Reg. $1~29 Value f~r Reg. 29c Value for All Flavors 46-oz. Cans PILLSBURY OR BALLARD for II MIDWEST ASS'T CREME SANDWICH 21/z-lb. I~ox Size 24" x 44" Ass't. Colors. Reg. Value $1.29 OUR PRICE ONLY ~7~ Golden Ripe bll only RESH GREEN lb. 9c ~ ~ 2 9c Ib , * m Pound Pound Pound CORN KING SLICED WILSON CHOPPED GARDEN FRESH Radishes 79c P g. 33c SPICE-O-LIFE BLACK WHITE CLOUD 4-OZ. CAN with a $5.00 Order I /I I I ilUlqm