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13, 1988 3ewell County Record, Mankato MANKATO HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM - vs. Freshman game starts at 6:00 p. m.; "B" Team JANUARY 1-x/I game starts at 7:00 p. m. with "A" game following '. Admission: Adults 75c; High School 50c; Grade 5LEN ELI} S hoo, SLate College, where Miss Don- Daisie Nelson, the leader, had! COLLIE - Obituary I were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter MANKATO LIVESTOCK Howard Edwards; Duane Ben- ~-~:~ ~ ~elson is a senior and will grad- arranged the American Biblei !Holloway, Jewell, Kansas; Mrs. I COMMISSION CO. REPORT nett; Jack Reed; Everet~ Siemon; .~ ili uate in May. Society's poster, whichformedMamieA. Bailey, daughter of ,Dorothy Huntsinger, Jewell, t -- Dennis Helmbrecht; Mrs. Joe A summer wedding is being a cross when folded, the open lDaniel B. and Lillie Bailey, was ~ Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Col-I We had a large run of stock McDill; Earl Varney; Don Ma- planned Bible and two pictures as an born May 19, 1889, near Bailey- lie and family, Ellsworth, Kan- with plenty of buyers on the huffy; Kenneth Killen; Clede I approrpiate Worship Center. ] ton, Tennessee, and departed~ sas; Mrs James H. Douglass and I seats Cattle and Hogs are sell- Blacker; Irvin Rorick; Chrissie melm II i Ill WSCS General Meeting Follow!ng the business session, this life January 2, 1966, uther !Van, l eblo, Colorado; Don ing on a very strong market. The Ahrens; Kenneth Hartzel. C~-~NDAR I conuuctea . oy lvirs. ~narieslnome in Mankato, Kansas, at.Holloway, Hutchinson, Kansas;I open weather has stretched ev-I Cattle are bringinR a good The Woman's Society of 1Kramer, the President, Mrs. the age of 76 years t Merlin Hollowav Ft Worth i ervone's feed suovlv Plenty of:,~,4,o wo h +h,~,7,~ro ~nt Chnstmn Serwce met Jan. 5 m I Nelson, stated that the lessonI While a young child she 'Texas; Leon Holloway, Dallas, feed makes the demand for in= cattle If ~,ou have cattle to i " " ' - t e, tie Club, Mrs. F. R. Fair Fellowship Hall. Mrs. L. Gra-, was a Bible Study with refer- I moved to Esbon, Kansas, with Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Loum Ott, ~ cattle greater. I sell call us We will be ~lad to ham opened the meeting with lence to the first part of Suzannelner parents At the age of Jr and Mr F I Ott of Chene-- I ~ ' . " . " e nSington Club, Mrs. A.L. . " rat rings mppea at appraise mem mr you. prayer. Mrs. Dale Crangle acted [de Dmtrmh s book, The Word I twelve .y.ears, she moved with Kansas; Lloyd Ott, Beulah and I Feeder Shoats sold to .~25 00" t Hale 1' & E Club, Mrs. V. L. Mich- as Secretary pro tern. The min-. I With Power." Mrs. Paul Life. ]her family to Watonga, Okla-,Garev~ Ott, all o . Wichita, Kan- "'8"T:~'I"+ L-J~;~; tuppvu'4 a~^* ,pxo.vv.eln~r~ ' VAIL. MCtLLIIN I U~l~ utes of the December meeting began the program by leading t homa, where she grew to sas; Mr and Mrs Jack Kenner, 1 r~ ~.+ c+~. ~I in ~, ,h~ ] Simpson, Karts. ~. ael were read and approved. A spec- I the readnig of the hymn, "O [womanhood. In 1907 she came i Tooeka," Kansas: "Mr and ~Mrs I 9~'~a'h~o::~'~ .~-~- u~:o"~, I BOB ISAAC ~]ay, Jan. 14---- ~ S ~Club lal meeting for Lay Speakers Word Of God Incarnate. The lto Ionia, Kansas, where she was Calvin Huntsinger and family of th, ~'2A gift hr,elcof St ~t ,~fl Mankato, Karl . will be held in Concordia. Mrs. Reverend Mr. Life offered a I employed for a number of years ~Columbia, Sout-h Carolina" "Mr [~:+:~::(c,='~=:":(.'~.~.'~ ~,-: :~[- ' ,' ~. Y, Jan. 15-- Graham discussed the program [prayer. Mrs. Clarence Black and lwith the Ionia Mercantile Corn-/and Mrs Marsback of Freedom, [=n'*~'~.~^, -~ ~'~'~'~'A"=:~I p. M. Club, Miss Lela and the benefits to all of our Mrs. Ward Ozmun had a con-lpany. !Oklahoma; Mrs Ethel Weston First Published in Jewell Co. ~Y, Jan. 17-- members attending. Mrs. Lowell[versatmn concerning the mean-I She was united in marriaoelLiberal, Kansas" Mr and Mrs I, ~,~=~= == ~.^ .~ ^=~Record, Thur Jan. 13, 96 ) t Yasmer gave the Treasurer s re-ling of the word Mission. [to Ralph L Collie on October, Buford Tucker and Mr and Mrs [ur~;,~o= c, ~,*,~ ! NOTICE OF pper Club, Mr. and Mrs.port and the results of the Ba- Several lad!es assisted the lead- 22, 1911. To" this" union fivelVernon Collie of Ionia, Kansasi]9 0' l s'=sol d=' or' 4:50t SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING l L !arence Loomis zaar and Dinner. Lucy Wiley, as: !erm stressing theChurch s mjs[ ]children were born, namely,iand Mr. and Ray Wildman good ]eifers weighing" 400 to( A special m.e ing.of vot- .~eerYi, Jan. 18-- smtea oy ears. L. oranam ana ts,oq uuu u~m~ o/u,= ~,~=as~ i t~rma' upal, Dorothy, Ralph and ,anu ~vtrs. Bert ~cott of Jewell, ]600 lbs sold between $23 50 to ]ers of School t~ismct l~o. t~, rican Legion Auxiliary Mrs. L. R ghtmemr, pr ented!to bring out Gods aria ma SlThelma. She was preceded mlKans.; Mrs. Sahna Teeple and[$2450 A set of Whiteface Heif-[County of Jewell and State of 1.dgette Club, Mrs. Raymond twh l sSOwns, :rangArSto InMcO:::eiplan; Topics discussed includedldeath by her husband, two!AM i ma ed Mrs. Glem Teeple of!ers," 690 lbs, sold for $2325 IKansas, will be held at the ttara " "g " [God s unfoldin purpose in his-]grandchildren, Jimmy and Mic-]Ab'le e, Karts.; Dr. and Mrs. Cows sold mostly from $12 00(school house of said District N& ~lae~iay, Jan. 19-- understanding and broaden our ltory' the mission of Israel [hael Douglass, her parents, four[Lindell Owensbv of Concordia. ]to -~16 00 " " [66, on the 24th day of January, WSWS view pint that we evaluate the n " n " " ' " " - ' m or p . l among the. atlo s, Jesus Christ, I sisters, two brothers and a son-I nsio o s wore. Elm-11966, at 7.30 o cl .ock p f ~cy Circle, 2:00 p.m Mrs. present advance towaro . umty. )"The M~sslon Of The Church" l in-law, George Teeple. CARD OF THANKS ~~. T%~'l'~" ~,:~." ~xr~,+[the purpose of asking the elec- lh c aL omis The February meeting wiu com- and "World Mission and Church Mamie was a +on fie for authority to sell that ,uay, Jan. 20-- lete the stud of ecumemcal " " p Y ~Umty. Mrs. Elmm Peterson and mother and 1 a s . . ortmn of the school land u~n I I ~Yal Neighbors movement, with the membe s of k t - " " r r . . was a w y We wish to extend our sin Ranch, Glen Goldsberry, Glenn P . . too charge of the meditationlwilhn~ to lend a hol,~in~, hand ~o ~ +~ I Iwhmhtheschool buddmgofm~ "unerva Club, Luncheon, 1:00 *~-~ ,o,o ~ +~.~ E U B ~ v ~, ~ vv z~Paul; D. D. Decker; Glenn Fear-~ +. mc vv o vv o u,= . . ana prayer par oT me meeung, i to those in need a number[- -+; a,:: . x r nan a ihor, liner l. lStrlcl: INo. was ~P.rn Mrs. Lowell Yasmer ~ ~.: :^n w~.~ ] . . g . [of years she was an assmtant to(cards, flowers and other expres-IReeve Hawkins; Darrell Behr-[ed, sa,d land being descnhe !, as Church participating in the les- Then all "pined in the eneral m~, v. ~=.~?.~, . Wer Lovers Club, Mrs. uuu wu, ,e amcussmn aria m answermglher husband in the office of ~ifm~ of . vmnathv extended to]on,d~. Vor~ l f mr ov- Trim .q n. IThree-murms ot an acre m a l ewell Davis h mn "Jesus United B y,Y . Y certain questions With Mrs.(County Clerk and at his death[, t ,~ n.r.ol~nd t~'rn~t. Milton lln ]square form m the Northeast Grace", was sung Dy a quartet, Life at the piano, those presentlwas a'nrminted to serve out his I- l r-ana ' Ir "fw ? w' of the Southeast Quarter e h r Mrs,r,--, o. ,=,u . Mrs. Park, Mrs. B oug e, sang the hymn, Chrmt For The(unexpired term. ] Solloway aid Pavne; Roy Naylor; Ed Dun-](SE ) of SecU.on Nine (9), "ngagements z yffs. en2usen;,iac.- World We Sin.g', while theof- She was a member of the Mrs. Geo. E. Teeple start; Ben Fedde; Lowell McNich-[Townshi p One.(l) . out,Ran comlJmucu uy vv ierlng was being g ven, lvirs. Mrs Geor=o 14nnt~na~r nip. St,r r ur gfsfFord" Wd Bertl even (O west or mer, m. -- t.~.#~r~oL~f~CeA The lesson was closed by reaa- Nelson pronounced the Bene- "~can~Le~i~'"tkux,~:~ r= '~'lan~ ~ - Mr. "and iVIrs. R~ntl'L~.-~:)llie,- . D~amon'd:""A~t'-'L]chtT -, -, ~ravne[, Dated ~this 10th day of Sanu- kato, Kansas, and was active in and family Havice; Norman & Niles Green; ary, the work of these organizations Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lyle Jeffery; D & M Cattle Co.;I GENE FRERICHS, A--Zoo ced as long as her health permitted. Douglass and family Ray Smith; Alfred Andersen;[ School District Clerk. She is survived by her daugh- Bill Hoffer;Kenneth Braden;[ and Mrs.-- Wilbure Smith ters, Erma, Opal, Dorothy and - Nebraska, announce of their daugh- Ann, to Douglas I. son of Mr. and Mrs. of Lovewell, Kan- wedding is being MAnn is the ~randdaugh- r. and Mrs. Floyd Myers Oak, Kansas. %ement ~--oo~ced ngagemetn has been an- ~d of Miss Connee Lou son, daughter of Haorld of Overton, Nebr to s~n of Mrs. Blanche a~d the late Everett o~ Hold "ev:~. are ~*'.4~-t: at K~arney cake Supper, Feb. 5; Ash Wed- each one enjoyed the delicious 23; World Day of[ sandwiches, potato salad, fruit nesday,Prayer, Feb.Feb" 25; Colonial Cafe- bread and coffee. teria, Feb. 26. Thursday Evening Bridge Club The Thursday Evening Bridge Club met for a covered dish din- ner and bridge Jan. 6 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr. All members were CARD OFT HANKS I want to say thanks to every- one for the visits and cards while I was in the hospital. Your kindness will always be remembered. -- Mrs. Etta Foster Thelma; her son, Ralph; her daughter-in-law, Mildred Collie; her sons-in-law Walter Hollo- way and James Douglass; fifteen grandchildren, eight great grand- children; five brothers; one sis- ter; numerous nieces o and nephews; and a host of other re- latives and friends. Funeral services were held at the Kramer Funeral Home January 5, 1966, at 2:00 P. M. with Rev. Charles Fitzgerald officiating. "Face to Face" and "In the Garden" were sung by 347 Central Ave Superior, Nebr. '- .U ARY 14 6:30 p. m. 1952 Chev. ton, mud grip tires, runs good f,]]owir articles: 3 piece walnut bedroom suite 3 piece m nTe bedroom suite Naughehide epoch and chair 7 oiece dinette set baby bed, high chair, table lamps, pole lamps, Steel wardrobe, mattress and box springs, rock- ljers, recliners, chairs, desk. Sed furniture includes: 3 dining room suites; 2 dinette sets; good desk & chair; big office desk; gas range refrigerator; 2 Wringer type washers; box spring and mattress, like new; other miscellaneous articles will be several more articles by sale time. in and look around. present. The high score prizes Dennis Thomas, accompanied by were won by Mrs. Glenn Hate Father Werth spent several Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Pallbearers M. E. (Andy) Montgomery, Owner we have decided to sell the following property and Land. we will property located on east side highway, one block south of Phillips gas station in Burr Oak, commencing at 1 o'clock. Located 4 miles north and 2 miles west of Burr Oak, Kansas Legal Description is as follows: East of Southwest of Section 29-1-9, Walnut Township. This farm has 37 3 acres in soil conservin g grass which has 2 years left of 10 year contract and buyer has choice to leave it in contract or take it out whichever he desires. The payment is $462.52 per year. It has 3 acres of alfalfa, balance is in pasture. Has a large pond & a goSd well. It would make a good place to winter cattle, as it has a creek and lots of trees down through the place. Terms of sale are 25% down day of sale. Balance when clear deed and abstract are furnished. Taxes are all paid. Good 8 room all modern house, consisting of kitchen, dining room, front room, bathroom, 3 bed rooms, utility room. Kitchen has steel cabinet on wax. Has a double sink. This house would make someone a good home. Close to postoffice and store, or would make a good rental property. T. V. antenna goes with house. It has large garage back of house. Legal description as follows: South Fifty (50) feet of Lots Nine and ten (10), Block Four (4) in the original townsite of the city of Burr Oak, Kansas Terms will be 25% down day of sale with full possession. Balance as soon as deed and abstract are furnished. Household Goods 12 x 13.6 - 38 Q 2 sets: studio, couch and chair; 1 rocking chair; 1 magazine rack; 1 iron bed. stead, complete; 1 White cupboard; 1 electric Orosley refrigerator; 1 Hoosier cabinet; 1 Dresser; 1 Dining room table and 5 chairs, set; 1 Studio chair, straight back ; 1 Rocking chair; 2 Woolrugs, 9 x 12, nearly new; I wool rug, 9 by 12; 1 small radio, some cooking utensils. Miscellaneous: 1954 Chev. 2-door car; tools; spade; axe; shovel; level; hack- aw; drawing knife; post hole digger, water hose. 4~ BURR OAK, KANSAS Auctioneer: Aaron Murray "Murray Real Estate" Terms of Sale Are: Clerk: Maxine Rafferty II I II I I I I