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WILBUK OBEI~ Henry Keller received a from Nora Hollenbeck a check for $10.00 for the and she said Mr. Mrs. Ernie Hollenbeck of Calif had received from the War De- saying that Jack Hol- been wounded in He was in a field hos- there. Manchester, father of md Clyde Manchester and has been quite ill in Rest Home in Downs. ]s better at this writing. Deibert was a Tuesday guest of Ted and Faye Countryman, low by Joe Moore and Ethel Thomas, and Lorena Pate won the traveling prize. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Obert were Sunday afternoon callers at the Wilbur Oberts. Mr. and Mrs. AI Fief and fam- ily of Glasco visited Mrs. Martin Johanek on Sunday and attend- ed the Frank Hajnys 45th wed- ding anniversary at Esbon. Mrs. Johanek returned with the Fiefs to visit a week. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Beam and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Gouldie and family of Osborne on Sunday. Jeanette Obert visited Debbie Boiler on Sunday afternoon. Mrs Nettle Seems was a Sun day visitor of the Elmer Seems. She attended church at Odessa. Mr. and Mrs. Don Whelchel, Kathy and Ronnie, visited Sun- JeweU County Record, Mangazo Mrs. Frank Dempsey received]at the hotel in Superior, and will glad they are all better. word Saturday that her brother, Len Sturtevant of Wauneta, Nebr had passed away. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jessup of Lebanon spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fullerton. Miss Nellie Lutz of Mankato was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cusic. The occasion was Nellie's birthday. I make their home in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Davidson returned home Saturday from a two weeks visit at the home of their son, Allen, in California. Marvin, Harry and Fred Web- ber and Mrs. Maxine Wurzbach- er left Sunday for Spokane, Wash to attend the funeral of their brother, Roy, who passed away Saturday. Wyile Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Eleanor Crispin were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Christine Davenport in Concordia. In the afternoon they visited Mrs. O1- lie Crispin, who is in the hos- pital in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson went to Belleville on Sunday af- ternoon to call on Milo Enyart, who is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Konvalin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Russell and girls returned to their home at St. Johns, Kans after spend- ing the holidays with the Vern Dempseys. Zella and Ivan Slaughter call- ed on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mog, Sunday afternoon. Mr. Robert Blaylock of Nam- pa, Idaho, called on Mr. and Mrs. :rank Dempsey, Saturday after- loon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson Mr. and Mrs~ Guy Robbins re- turned home Wednesday morn- ing from visiting her son, Mr. Virgil Knarr and family, in Lin- coln, Nebr. were overnight guests of Mr. I spent Sunday night and 'and Mrs. Everett Terrill, Thurs- Monday with our daughter, Mrs. day, and dinner guests Friday at Max Berry and family, the Sutliff home. Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McMillantEstel Terrill were also dinner left early Monday morning for!guests. The Dobbins' and Ter- California from Salina, where rills are cousins. they will spend several weeks Mr. Clifford Clements of Den- visiting relatives and friends, vet is spending a few days at The Chesebro Club met with the Keith Terrill home. Beulah Howland on Thursday Dr. and Mrs. Hershner called afternoon. Nine members were on Mrs. Grace Haworth and present. Election of officers was Madeline Miller last week. held, showing the following be- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch call- ing elected: President, Mrs. Ira ed at the Sutliff home Saturday Lea Payne; Vice President, Car- evening. and Mrs Wilbur Obert day with friends in Salina. af Republic were Friday after- Mrs, Hillard Johnson and Mr. dinner guests of Doris and Leland Bartley were noon visitors at the Lloyd Falk and Mrs. Joe Konvalin of Super- ergs. real happy Monday when Jim home. ior spent the weekend with 1 Doris Bartleylcalled home from England. He Mr. and Mrs. Marr Dempsey, friends in Council Bluffs. a new fad, which is[SPent the holidays in Ireland and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dempsey Mrs. Toby Kramer of Man- one patent and one lth ught it a very pertty country, and family, and Mr. and Mrs. kato spent Thursday with her shoe instead of a pair I He heard there were Bartleys in Vern Dempsey were Sunday din- iparents' Mr. :rod Mrs. W. W. another county near where he her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank,Gunn. ~am~3oeskool helped de- was but he didn't get to do any Dempsey. Mrs. Madeline Sills Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fuller, Mr. and vaccinate cattle Tues- checking, was an afternoon caller, and Mrs. Leo Fuller, Mr. and Mr and Mrs Lyman Right- t Wilbur Oberts. There seems to be a little[ . . . . Mrs. Keith Webber and Mrs. ~rge crowd attended the]tr uble after vacation on getting memr spent Sunday evening at Harry Webber and Joyce were ~OUntryman sale on Wed- into the swing of getting up. I the Harry Sweet home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and believe one bus driver overslept. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kelly of Mrs. Eugene Aurand. ,~sa Aid will meet with[N w he thinks alarms are es- Scandia called on Mrs. Thee The Webber Homemakers Ex- 8ipe this Thursday after- sential. Kelly, Sunday afternoon, tension Club met at the home of Garry Sanders, nephew of Mrs. Loren Hoskins of Super- Mrs. Harold Bothwell on Tues- and Mrs. Robert Clark Doris Bartley, is on a Navy boat ior and a friend, Mrs. Celia day afternoon. Mrs. Charlie Rus- ~renda of Wakefield were land Bob Hope, while overseas, Sands, of New York were Tues- sell gave a very interesting les- slept on his ship. I imagine he day dinner guests of Mrs. Rosa son oa Family Life. lay overnight guests of Ed[thought this quite an honor and Schoonover. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn ier Lamb, who is staUoned , pleasure. Mrs. Albert Simmons, Lindon were Sunday dinner guests of ailand, writes the temper-[ and Jimmie, of Kensington. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McDill of Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hickman Belleville. Christmas Day on the[ MONTROSE NEWS of Missouri spent Sunday night Was 104 . He spent the va-[ In a Thailand home on[ By M[RS. LLOYD GARDNER [with Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne N.F.O. Meeting Jan. 8 and enjoyed it. He is[--Montro'se'Hi*'D.-Ujm et -W "- Dempsey. They were enroute to iluci on temporary duty lnesday afternoon with Connie Wauenta, Nebr to attend the The Jewell County N.F.O. 'ing out rock they are sell-[Smith. Eight members were funeral of her father, l en Stur- meeting was called to order by the Americans. He also tpresent, tevant, the chairman, Bob Boller, Sat- a Buddhist temple. Roger[ John Love of Mankato was a Mrs. Rosa Schoonover ate urday evening, Jan. 8, at 8:00 see the Bob Hope show at[Tuesday evening supper guest of Sunday dinner with Mr. and p.m. Twelve members answered )k and said the ride there]Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Cusic. Mrs. James Fullerton. roll call. There were six ladies at and dusty but it was[ Community Club met Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fall and also present. The meeting open- it. That show will be on[day afternoon with Ruth Hold- sons were Sunday dinner guests ed with a silent prayer, followed 19 and he told his folks]ten. Thirteen members were of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hanson by roll call and reading and ap- for the 809th Division, present. The next meeting will is the one he is in. So it be Jan. 20 with Agnes Balch as be interesting to watch, i hostess Tanner of Dodge City, I Mrs. Adria Erwin, Gayle, ~r-in-law, attended the lMarie, Trudy and Deborah, and Ltryman sale and spent Mrs. Erwin s father, Charlie y night with the Wil-'Leonard, all of Hood River, Ore s. He took a load of lwere Thursday evening supper with hmi. I gues~s of Zella and Ivan Slaugh- church attendance was ter. 29 to 32 this past year. Mrs. Bert Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. card party was fEmerson Worick and Roy Fields night. High was lwere callers this week of Mr. Burdett and Gib,and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson. SPECIALS NUT COFFEE, 1 lb 65c $3.00 order. No limits BEANS, 2 - 303 for 25c 2 lb. box 49e CAKE MIX 10c BARLAND SUNDRIES BURR OAK, KANSAS OPEN EVENINGS, HOLIDAYS, AND SUNDAYS at Burr Oak. proval of the minutes. It was -- announced there would be an -- N.F.O. Ham Supper at the Red WEBBER BRIEFS Cloud Veterans Memorial Hall Staley will be the speaker. By MRS. IIAKOLD mOTIIWELL on Jan. 19 at 6:30 p.m. Oren .~--~rs.~Per~.~ oe--~--~,~s.~-.-- [There was discussion for having a more favorable way to load W. Gunn were hostesses to the hogs and other meat animals WSCS which met at the church through the N.F.O. The follow- last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. ing officers were elected for Marvin Webber was the Mis- nex~ year: Bob Boiler, Chairman; sionary leader. Clare Lamb, Vice Chairman; Bill Funeral services were held in Smith, Treasurer: Marvin Wag- Superior, Thursday afternoon, her, Secretary; and Ruth Obert, for Wilbur Blair. Burial was in Publicity Chairman. The Meat the Webber cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ross of Goodland, Kans visited at the Edwin Ross home Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Verlan Broyles accom- panied Mrs. Goldia Broyles to Omaha on Wednesday where Mrs. Goldia Broyles had a med- ical check-up. Wylie Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Eleanor Cripsin called on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone. Board members are: Gerald Thompson, chairman, Jay Wier- enga, Francis Eilert, John Berg- man and Edgar Voboril, mem- bers. Lunch was served by Kath- leen Eilert. Meeting adjourned to meet Feb. 5. --Publicity Chairman. WEST MARSH By 1MBS. VACltEL CI~kWIFORD Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Both- well were weekend guests at the ~'onc~r- Gary Bargen home in Lincolm dia called on Mrs. Harley Zim- A sum of $48.00 from the'~mer, Monday afternoon. Webber community has been There have been several cases given to the Heart Fund as a I of flu around here in this neigh- memorial to LeRoy Baringer. I borhood the past week. They Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hanson of lhave been Mr. and Mrs. Bert Minneapolis, Minn have been Payne, Mrs. Leo Sheahan, Mr. visiting at the Wylie Kirkpatrick[ Jim Zipse, and Rodney Payne. If home since Thursday. They areI colder weather would do away going to operate the coffee shop with it, let's have some. We are I Stanley Ozmun of Mankato is attending a Basic Fertilizer Short Course this week at Kan- sas City, Mo. The course is sponsored by Consumers Cooperative ASsocia- tion (CCA), a manufacturing and wholesale cooperative which serves over 1,750 local coopera- tives, including the Osborne Co, Farmers Union Co-op Associa- tion, for which Mr. Ozmun works. CARD OF T~a~4Ir~ Thanks so much for the cards, letters, gifts and other remem- brances while in the hospital and since returning home. ---Teresa Rector. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boston re- turned Tuesday from a visit with their son, Gary, and family, at Chanute. The Bostons left with Mrs. Iona Kissinger. noon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Mankato Dec. 20th, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dunn are Don Diehl and Mr. and Mrs. Gary and family, then went to havinz a sale Jan 26 Dennis has ] Lyle Jeffery and Debbie Lincoln, r~eDr, ana spent a rew enliste~d in the Air" Force. We Mrs. Bess Pixler called Tues- days with Mr. and Mrs. Jim hate to lose this fine young day afternoon on Mrs. Helen Platt and family. On their way couple from our neighborhood. McNichols. home the Bostons stopped at o - [ Mr. and Mrs. Everett TerrilliMarysvitle to visit with the Tom called on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence[Hawkins family. ~. ~o I Blew, Sunday afternoon. I l~ormarancn l~ews Mr. Neal Boyles went to Oma-I MANY THANKS By EDITII FOLGER ha over the weekend to see his wife, who is in the hospital[ Many thanks to the relatives Visitors at church Sunday[there. ]and friends, who helped us in morning were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Terrilllmaking our 45th wedding an- Kiehl of Guide Rock and Olive went to Formoso on Sunday to niversary a success. We espe- Miller of Caldwell, Idaho get Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dewey. cially wish to thank our children The Kiehls visited Mr. and!Mr- Dewey entered the Webster who planned the delightful af- Mrs Earl Rinard County Hospital for a check-up, fair in our honor. Also the Mrs Miller is visiting her sis- Blythe Anderson was an over-[neighbors who assisted. , ter Mrs Reeve Hawkins and lnight guest of Gayla Boyles. [ --Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hajny, ~t ' " - ' Gayla's guests Sunday were ~.her relatxves. . ] " i Martina and Susan May The Miss Sherry Long, who is a Womens Mlssmnary Socetv~ I - " girls gave a special number Sun- student at KU, s ent the week- plans to meet w~th Mrs. M~ke . . ] P P~ln N ,~. T t day evening at the Ohve Hill end with her grandmother, MrS hursdaa, Jan. 13 ] -" at 2"00 p m I~nurcn. tW. G. Hills. The Jewell County Holiness Association plans to meet here Friday, Jan. 14. Rev. George i Beals, pastor of Weslyn Center ' ,~ wChurch, will speak at 10:45; espons]ole nelpIuiness luncheon at noon; and Rev. Lee Hillery, pastor of the Nazarene Church at Burr Oak, is to be the speaker at 1:30, Everybody wel- INSTALLMENT SHARES -- Small monthly pay- ments with generous dividends compounded semi- annually, provide steady, profitable growth. 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Mrs. Lawrence Jones spent the weekend, a week ago, with her daughter, Darlene Menhus- en, and family and other rela- tives at Kansas City. Dora Warner, her daughter- in-laws, Mrs. Wilbur and Mrs. Virgil Warner, and Mabel's daughter, LaVeta Winslow and two children, Kirbe and Kimma Sue, drove to Wichita to attend the funeral of Dora's niece last Tuesday. We were sorry to hear that Lillie McMains fell and broke her leg a week ago and is in the hospital at Red Cloud. She lives with her daughter, Zetta and Dan Pettit, at Burr Oak but for- merly lived in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Glover and Mr. and Mrs. LaVae Glover and family helped Garth Peirce celebrate his birthday Sunday. Garth's mother, Clara Peirce, is not very well. Nice, cool January weather. Clear and not much wind this Monday morning. COUNTY ROAD By MRS. HARRY ,~DTLIFF Mr. and Mrs. Neal Naylor of AND I t Only full.size car with front wheel drivel Flat floors Fall.vle~ s~i~e windows 385.hp Toronado RocketV.8 Engine.Toronado's own brand of Turbo Hydra- kIatic Drive Concealed headlamps Uftlque draft-i~ree ventilation system Plus the newest, sleekest look in townl Test dr,'ve it today! Waugh Oil Gas Co. Mankato, Kansas "I FEEL JUMPY TODAY" It's amazing how money in the bank helps to relieve anxiety and tensions. A real tranquilizer is a grow- ing savings account at STATE EXCHANGE BANK. Try it - --- MEM6U ~ F~D&C. EST. Richard L. Diamond, Fresident Jon B. Menhusen, Vice. Pres. - Cashier W. Ralph Waugh, Vice President D.K. Balch, Assistant Cashier Glenna Fogo, Bookkeeper Howard L. Appleby, Director Alvin T. Kramer, Director Condensed Official Statement of of Mankato, Kansas At the close of business December 31, 1965 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Bank Building, Furn. & Fixtures Municipal Bonds United States Bonds Cash and Sight Exchange $ 503,990.67 19,209.19 44,100.00 676,601.28 431,445.33 $1,675,346.47 'LIABILITIES Capital stoCk - Common Stock Surplus Umlivided Profits DEPOSITS 50,000.00 50,OOO.00 29,918.95 1,545,43 52 $1,675,346.47 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation The Above Statement is correct - Richard L. Diamond, President EST SHED 1587 i' 'i / % %