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) " ~ " ] I |--" tlatives near Blue Hill, Nebr. lDavis, the business meeting, Vera Frost last week were: Mrs. Leila always stand up for the truth.!tri,t, ion. On The Limestone" 1 Sunday. I Mrs. Ronald Seamans and was elected Sec.-Treas in place KnowAon, Jewell; Alvin Heinen, USerimelOtSAnOf soap and cleanse the] a e"A DrL kDoniceat 3: ta. R AANmnM / Sorry to hear that Mrs. Ldhan[Donna came to see her father, of Dorothy Dodd, who was un. Fo moso, Clay Brown, Esbon g d go to church and .g . m" "" Moody had nassed awav I have lMr Charles Graham.Saturdav able to serve. It was ueciaeu Aam.; Steve Arnomy, ~vtanKato; oe on ume t~e nonest as me mg ~. lexmes we Our dry and fairly warm wea- heard no other partmulars otherlafternoon, that we have only one hostess MAvm Blecha, Mankato; Gerald day-Ume fixes. Be sure to avoxd U. ther continues. We sure could than that she had been taken tel We extend, sincere sympathy for our night parties for this'Tho;.ap~on, Mankato; Irvin Pettit, little white lies. Don t overwork, I February 1, 4:00 p.m. use some moisture. !Fairbury, Nebr. for burial be-Ito the relatives of Mr. Roy year Thelma Beam won the Burr Oak; Jimmy Murray, Scott take time to play; And read the Tours: Justin Hall, 1to Mrs Georgene Bossen aceom- side her husband, Othello Briney. He bad been a resident guess box, and the rest of the Nelson, Rtcky Hancock, Darrel Word some every day When waite House. pained" " Mrs. Mabel Countryrnan Moody He operated a barber. .l f our Home. Mrs Roscoe afternoon was spent playing Beugher and Scotty. Neilson, you, go to Church, please sing, s Wednesday,F " . Feb. 2, 9"00, ~1 to Smith Center last Saturday shop m Esbon for a long time i Wrench of Burr Oak is a daugh- Bingo and vxmtmg. Ernestme Mankato3rd Graders, Debra and don t hum, and leave at home I. amfly Life Abroad^, when she took Lesa to the doe- early in this century when their[ter. Kindler won the most Bingos t)ianne t~eougher, Mankato 1st your chewing gum. Just be Jgoretta Hoffman, Dean. t;on first children were very young, Mrs. Alva Tyler visited her and received a bonus gift. Dues:Graders; Glenn Wiley, Mankato; yourself as Christians do And I of Home Economics, KIS.U. tor for help for a severe cold or ar r "Wha ' " 9" flu perhaps born there. Her parents, l aunt, Mxss Alice Ferguson, Wed- were paid for the coming y e fI s Roscoe Wrench, Burr Oak; pay your debts when they comeI t s xn the Future NIr and Mrs Morris Hillman the Henry Huntsingers, opera-/nesday. After retresnments the meeting metvm ~lnmer, lvianl~ato; Mrs. due Be kind tc your neigh-l~nmey lvmrsh, State Lease*, were'hosts for" a delicious oy- ted the hotel in Otego and his! Miss Alice Sellho went to adjourned to meet with Edith:Ward Ozmun, Mankato; Mrs. burs, Let there be no strife, and ltension Home Economics. ster soup supper last Thursday parents were on a farm north of [ Beloit Thursday and ate dinner Reinert on Jan. 26. Thelma Beam i Glenn Kindler, Esbon; Howard give God first place in your life If you are interested in atte venin Those nresent besides here in the White Rock Valley. with her mother, Mrs. Louise will be hostess to the night ,Appleby, Formoso; Mr. and Mrs. If you will do these things, ing these sessions, contact .e~ - g" ~-'- ' - ~- I Sellhorn nartv on Saturday evening. !Versol Smith, Blu~ Hill, Nebr though old Satan kicks, God will Extension Office for informal me nosts, were mr ann mrs. "- "r "' ' . o r-t, n,~ ~ o~,1 ~,~o, ~ I Mr. Walter Gordanler and Fou famflms were present for~Mr, and Mrs. Woodrow Wdson, help you clear through 66 . [about transportation, etc. ~,~,~,~ rim, R,n~nm ~n~ Tn,~r.'~t.^ 1. D^,+ I:l,~w ~ IMax of Superaor, Nebraska, a pot luck supper at the W te- ankato, Harlow Vader, Jacki ~ I "'~q~"~'~",~,~"~.~,~,~,~ 1 vv tlu~t:tt ~t zJtut~: Icalled on his sister, Mrs. Mattie mound Community Center, Sat- Roe and Jerry Vader, Oak Creek l NEWS FROM HOME Mystic Circle Club . 111~ VY ~ L "~Dtallbll t~,tt311111 l IAt I 1 It ~ . " t e ~( bald ~h~ .Tnnuntaz n~rtv .qntur- ] Smith, one day lnst week. urday evening The evening was ~school board members; Mr. and ECONOMIC AGENT'S DESK ) Club met Jan. 7 at th , otten-d.Visitin hours" 10"00 - 11:001 Mr. Richard Cook of Burr spent playing pitch with Benny iMrs. Harvey Silsby, Burr Oak I By Mary Frances Flentie, HEA [of Minnie Rohla. Our mee anceanda~oodtime Wehadas A.M.; 2:00 - 4:00 and 7:00 -[Oak wmted h~s father, Mr. Les- and Edith Remert winning hxghI ' * * -- had been postponed on aee~ ~,~,~ ~a~ r,r,t~" ~,~ ae 8"00 P M [ter Cook, Saturday morning, iscore; Leo Mizner and Lucille The Lovewell School is oper- Home Economics Days of installation of officers at "'-'""~',""-~""'~ "II --n roh. Fer ,uson[Sunday afternoon callers of Frost got low scores, and Benny]aXing m a free manner Attend- Home Economms Days andlJewell Rebekah Lodge. Ro ~,~-u uuu a,~,~ ,0=, -~, ~,~ a,u ~, o. ~,b " " r " " h most 10 'ance is oo " ' was answer elve na ,~ Ao~,~,~no o ~,~ ~,~,~ ~u~n wr~,~, T~mmrv the]Mrs. Minnie Ba.rett were her Remert recexved t e -, g d Teachers have ex- the Annual Meeting of Kansas ed by tw Auxih . 'arv ladms" tn Esb no third his sister Miss Alice!sen, Mr. Gene Barrett, Mrs. Bar- point game prizes. . [ ellent, expermnce and former Extensxon Homemakers Councd[bers wxth poems .o e- decided to have another ca, ,et Fer ,uson rett and Kyle of Randall. [ --Luclle Frost, Reporter. stuaents are doing well Last ,will be held m Manhattan, Feb. storms. We m ssea t.irac :^. : :7 ", : ] Mr Sherman Loomis of Ran-t I year s 8th graders are among ton 1 and 2. [nett and Beulah Heisz. Min, aa~ ~gw,~ .x two wccr~ x~u~xi NIL ann Mrs. rlttlly Z~UitXLtVI'[ " . rI rl og, nin Kansas Mr & dall and Mr. Carl Loomls of Northbranch Busy Bees Meet students m their respectxve hlgh The theme of this year s meet- of the last meeting were " ~ ;:'.'Y ~. "." *:;~ ~';" -'"-'~" "" Z'~-2~:-' ;~ - lGlen Elder were Saturday [schools Much individual atten-lirrg is "Family Living On~or-lThe hostess gift from ~, COITIplISn tOO 'much for me at- Mrs v: ~. RotfleflilQ oI I~OF1TIO:SO t ' " i,x~t" ~atll n 11 xrm [ ited]VXmt rs of their father, Mr. Clar- The Northbranch Busv Beesthon ]s given by teachers. The tumty Unhmlted . The program lWdey to Mmme was a b ^~ + +~ ~ ~a~++;~ ~n~+~ ~+ week [ence Loomls. ]met at the school house Jan. 3.]building is clean and comfort-]wfll open at 9:30 a.m. on Tues-lbath towel. The guess b -~o+ [ ~ Oo,~ ~,~,~ wn~ ~1 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Corbett After a short business meetmg,[able. The pupils take good cure.day, Feb. 1 Dr. Doretta Huff-[won by Syrena Hans . "~ ~' ~ of " n gut ~, ~.q;o ~r ~+on ,~ tw~n u,~. a Mr Ch~rlie[Of Campbell, Nebraska called on the nro~ram was oresented.[ the bus which they rxde. man, Dean of College of Home]played some guessx g , [Mr. and Mrs. Harry WilbecklLinda'Fo'i'atz had a pro'ject talk. iSeachers are Viola Mayhew, Economics, will preside at theJwith the winners receivin I Sunday afternoon. I She told about the nrolects she l uperior, and Mrs Olive Foit opening session ,ly aprons. After a u,- ,[ Mr. Lester Cook spent Sunday [had taken and the on s she plan- [Cuba. Mrs. Quentin Leece sue-' A brief outline of the program [lunch, each pulled a ribbon ,[with his daughter, Florencelned to take and showed nictures[ervises the lunch program Board follows" Igift from a center piece . Ikll ICoonce. [she had tal en to the Falr.'-Vycke[members are Clinton Reimolds, Feb. "1, Manhattan City Audi- table. We thanked our ,Lar [ Mrs. John Ferguson was a[Winslow gave a demonstratmnlHenry Smles" and Bert Diamond, torium, 9:30 a.m. [for a lovely party, ar}fl ,[Sunday Vlmtor of her sister-in-Ion "Sorinkling A Blouse" Becky lWno are interested in good You ann the Inverted Wed- her good night. Next ,- ]law, Miss Alice Ferguson. I Foutz+gave a-demonstration on [schools. ding Cake", Mrs. Elinor Ander-lwill be with Bess Meeker. . [ m $ I The Reverend Mr. Richard [,Wraooinz A Sprained Ankle". [ Students are Tom Marr, Chris son and Mrs. Judith Urich, Ex- [ Marian LaRue, Repel -- ~ Sw I [Applegate held the January 9thlswedish tea rings and coffee[ anson, Rebecca Ann Dia- tension Home Management[ -- m IL, mi ll,q ll! [afternoon church service at the]cake were served by Mrs. Glov-lmond, Robert Thomas, Ricky Sp ialist.I Mr. and Mrs. Wayner I ~ [Home. [er. IDiamond, Ricky Hajny, Ricky Head Start--A Communitylson of Hardy, Nebr I l Ct~ ~ l)~mnncfrnfnr Knl~ I Flowers were received from[ --Wanda Glover, Reporter. Leece, Daniel Reynolds, Craig Affair", Dr Ivalee McCord, Fam- Mrs. Elmer Anderson ot ,-v~' ~ ~ -v - ~.~v, ,~ ~ [the Basart family. [ -- 1Swanson and Mary Elizabeth ily & Child Care Developmentlville, Kans Mrs. Donna ! FACTORY WARRANTY--- NEVER BEEN -- [ |rtllrl l tthllltTql r Thomas. The 7th and 8th grade Department, K.S.U. Igers and family, also or + I " = I iP.WItIJ. LIlIII II 1 istudents are Glenn Hajny, Sara Fashion in Dress of South-lville were Sunday afl~, x~xLm,~ " v--,---- vvv M,",' " " e ~," [ " ] Whitemotmd W tlspers [ 1 arr, Karen Reynolds, Duane eastern Asia Gertrude Lien-,vlsxtom m the Steve -+dl I 1(1~1~ T~KDAI l g'~.A &;~, Q{MI "l~.~,~.~x. ~ ~o= ~,Ii~lilill'rlllllllk'12 IUL'LiI~k~ I~wanson, uenms rtajny, Ruth Kaemper, mming & extixes nome to visit with Mr. ~. LOVO JL.~Va t. x'a.~ ~U,y~ z-xu9 oi~ J~aSl~au~9 ~t o ,D~, ~ e6 ~ "IT~O]S'][~ TM ]10 I -0 y ILUUI II] UDG lllr-~O Marr, Betty Smies and Bill, Department, K SU Keith Kauer and girls, ] Bunch. ~ ' =-.',----" ' . " [ Thomas February 1, 2:00 p.m at present staying at t I 1965 IMPALA Sup re S rt; AT, Console, P. S. Eta [at t aPeP fel 3t?ro s a ye:ewnmge[ " . ] -- Dr. Shirley Marsh, State Lead-lnoldys. . . raye Anuerson, tJounty rea- WESLEYAN NEWS i " -" " " or . er, Home Econom cs Extensmn, -- I red in dor. VS; [Mr. and Mrs. Ed Corbett, Kathy,[surer, reports 1079 automobile] I -~-- Th(,~t -- r~.~.u presiumg lVlL ii[tt[ ~vlv~ g-xHuyI Jim and Chip, of Allen Park,[ta s 664 truck ta s, 33 motor- ot 5 [ AT; IS. . g, . g [ Deut 33.25 and as thv davs. Laundry a Scmnce . Mrs land Mrs. Hugh Modhn . . ivlxcn mr. ana Mrs. ~ I-I. i, rost, cycm tags and 25 tralter tags ,~ sd~ Y [ 1965 OLDS F85--4-D r; R, H, AT, [ ^ ] I so shall thy strength be . Ethel Self, Home Management ldia were here Wedne lvu n mexy, .nm + a +r a,u were solo me iirst week ox Jan oun aT" [ ~ ~l'~ll !" ~ ~11: Iik'~ ,aw. ~ [~- -,- I Mr. and Mrs. Edgar George Specialist, K S.U. I attended the Jack C [ ~~. ~ u~, ,mt; ~, t ++ frost luary. Ileft Wednesday evening for "Food and Friends Around thelsale with Mr. and Mr+=, [ tory .warranty. yu.r congratu, tu.onn to .:vx.r I . . [California to visit with their World", Daisy Atkinson, Exten-lLoomis and were supper I enn ;I, ann mrs trunK raalny on r.nmrlJuuiciat t ases: Id~u~,ht~r~ .qh~rlexr ro,U,m i-n eeialis in Foe s an N -I ere in the 'e " [ lt~O ULU~ ~r~ Town ;~lan; air; zt~j~ actual roues; 45th weddin~- anniversa"~" The"' ' ~: ~ t---o s : Sp t d d u th s ,s. Lmnmu vxacr e, The lan " [ factory warranty were honored guests at a recep-[$25.00 and costs Ivi i np +, to+,spend some txme - 15$ " i n H ~' -- " [ 1965 CHEV. -- IMPALA 4-dr. SEDAN ton at the Leg o all, Sunday] Jannett T. Stafford, speeding, [ Mrs Hazel Clark h d rn n ad a ba a2te oo . $10 00 and costs, fall Th r " t 4,987 Actual Miles r n ] [ u sday evening and re- - ~wr. +u~u ~vu ~ ewa~u r t~ ~t u I r~xet 2~. z, oitenKo, permitting/ceived a ve-- severe le- s-rain 1965 CHI VELLI UYEI l'OgT UUUVJ family were New Years dinnerlunauthorized minor to drive, L.- - : " - . bne was taken to me 15elleVllle R H. P-Steerang, 4 Spd. trans 300 hp, one owner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chfford[$10.00 and costs. VJ L UI J : " / U~l~ILal uy OIIIUUl~III~. 1 --- ~,~=. ', 1 ~' + Hawkins. Thomas ~osepn LUDas, speea- + 1965 CttEV. B.A. 4 door, 6 cyl. Std. Trans one "" n- Mrs Kenne-h Mor [ [ Rev. and Mrs. Mahm were ~ Ir~-"-a~ll]l---~ ~ . NIL a a . t a- lng, ~Ii;50 UU ann COSTS SU er " - - warrant pp guests Thursday evemng local owner; m factory y vek of Guide Rock were down to I Jay "R Menze, " speeding,/at B 1964 CHEV. IMPALA 4 dr. SEDAN the Frank Hajny reception and]S15.00 anci costs. /loitme era woos nome m tin- - - : I R. H, AT, PS, Air Cond ; one owner; Priced to visited at the Merley Kindler[ Richard Burns, failure to re-[ ]:he W M S meeting will be - ,~," . " nome. tauce speed to avoia acciaent, lheld Thurs 2". - ~ -" ~)- u~y ~[ILt2EIIUUI1 aL /-.UU ;~ XaSl;. Larry McKinnis spent Thurs-[$10.00 and costs. [p m at the home of Mrs m m Am mt+ i:,! 1964 OLDS JETSTAR 88, 4 Dr. HARDTOP day evening with Mr. and Mrs. I Alvin L. Gullian, speeding,'inia" Roberson " - m I :' Fully enuinned nlus Facto,'- Air 1 owner Shavn Leland Frost. [$25.00 and costs. [s ti m UVmmu : s -1 vv,v +s," Mr and Mrs Hal Stephens of' Ralph C Larson, disobeying '. o--,:s 1964 OLDS 88, 2 dr HARDTOP . . [. . . |rag qmte a tussle with the flu . " ~aiina spent ~unaay at me/stop sign, $10.00 ann costs /o ~ +r o+ ~-~m~, ::=~ Full Power and Factory air, extra race George Sanderson home / Ronald W Clegg, speeding, i ne Jewel! l-lOxlness "maa HEV B A 4-door V8 AT air P S like Mr and Mrs Ora Hills,Mr [$15 00 and costs m r, 1966 - 4 dr 01d Demo ' ' ' ' " "' and lVIrs George Sanderson ancil B'lake G Humpler, speeding, lh;;l d 5 ::: .De " new," I " . t e a January a at me r~orm- 1964 4 dr '-'he- + . ~r. and ~wrs rtal Stepnens olj~da ou ann costs '-ran-h "~hur-h ~ " ill - . w v. A " U LT. ~ C . 1 ll~ ~2FV1Ce~ W 1964 CHEV. IMPALA 6 PASS. STA. W GON Sahna called on Mr. and Mrs. I Wendell M. Intermfll, mprop-lho 1. n m a r Full rmwer and Factory Air; One local owner; Bert Sanderson, Sunday after-ler passmg, $1000 and costs " " "+ +, - {1 . UlflS x-~ .~ ~ ~:'. " m oe a oasKe~ sinner at me noon noon. the anaersons nave mov-I William M. rmrie ll; speeamg, lhour : ed from the farm to their home [25.00; transporting liquor in open [ Here is some thouohts that HJbl - 4 fir. UIOS I~tU;J IStt~ I II uper port; t pe. narp. in Lebanon [container, $50 00; drivin~ on left l :2," " " " " " I ." . o you ougnt ~o near, l ney u nexp 1959 4 dr Chev 1962 CHEV. Wagon 6 Std. Trans. Extra race. Mrs. Merley Kindler and Mrs. of road not in passing, $10.00;[ ,i~ h +~+o,~m,~ ~,T~, - " " 88 4 dr. sedan R H AT PS & B Clair Frost spent Friday in Hast- and costs. )Year+'"Jus t'le't'vourii h'ts k'ee 1959 - Olds Station Wagon 1962 CHEV. BISCAYNE 4 door 6 I. Std trans, ,-so. on ashining, And then be sure ,-,cy . Mrs Ora Frye has moved to Bonds Forfeited" I 1961- Rambler Stahon Wagon . " . to stop your wnmmg Don t Sharp. the Good Samaritan Rest Home Bobby R. Forrester, speeding, fr ia ta ~tr. r r in Superior She will enjoy hear- $10 00 and costs. ." 1961 PONTIAC Star Chef Custom 4- 1 . Sedan . . " ": [for the good that s m your ~ . . lng from ner Irlenas vamer ~ e.asten, speemng, i " " irlenus; UlSClpune yourself lr it J 'Ull e m a, ms zac air, one owner, y q ppe p ry Pamela Kemper spent Thurs- $10 00 and costs ] s a - " "" " =chwarz s taKe run, De sure you live sharp day night with Pare rost. Jonaman n,peea-]up close to God Live like a 1960 CHEV. Impala; 4-dr. HT, V8; Std. trans, ing, $10.00 and costs. Judith A. Manoyan, speeding, man, don't be uncouth; And Sharp 1959 OLDS 88 4-DR. SEDAN R. H. AT. PS & PB One owner, sharp. 1959 CHEV. IMPALA SPORT SEDAN R. H. AT, PS, Sharp. 1956 PONTIAC Station Wagon, RH, AT, Nice. Ups 1965 CHEV. El Camino, 4 speed, R-H, one owner. 1964 CHEV. T; 4 sp.; wide box; well equipped; 4 sp. and heater; rear bumper; etc. Demo. 1964 CHEVROLET LWB ton FLEETSIDE, It. H. 4-Speed, overloads, etc. 1963 CHEVROLET -ton SWB, 4-speed, R. H extra sharp. 1961 GMC LWB % ton Step Side; 4 speed, Heater; H. D. wheels and tires. 1959 CHEVROLET 2-ton Truck, box, hoist, 2 spd. axle, ready to roll 1959 CHEVROLET 1 ton. R. H. 4-spd overloads; box & hoist 1957 IHC ton Heater, 4 speed, etc. Good. 1955 IHC Step Van, Heater, St. Trans. Runs Ir od --Sharp. GMAC FINANCING -- Motors Immranee CONVENIENT TERMS TO SUIT YOU 111{. Dial 781 - 4311, Cawker C y, Kmunm Max Dudley - Howard Reece - Lyndon Booz Salesmen: Bill Ludwig, Orval Range, John Heinen Happy Hour Club $10.00 and costs. The Happy Hour Club met at the home of Mrs. Leo Mizner Office of Co. Supt.: on Jan. 5 with nine members "A man never becomes so and one guest, Mrs. Maxine confused in his thinking that he Brummer of Alton, present. The can't see the other fellow's meeting was called to order by duty." singing the club song. During Business callers in our office II WE HAVE GONE THROUGH IF YOU DIDN'I? FIND WHAT A NEW RANGE OF THE IMPROVED TYPE CONSTRUCTION WILL SAVE YOU MONEY EACH AND EVERY TIME IT IS USED. THE ORIGINAL EXPENDITURE IS ABOUT THE SAME. IT SAVES MONEY FOR YOU EVERY TIME THEREAFTER. LOOK AT OUR MON- ARCH RANGES AND BUY THE MONEY t~ SAVER. OUR STOCK AND ADDED MANY YOU WANTED LAST WEEK, TRY THE TEFLON SKILLET IS NOW CLEANED BY :lUST WASHING. SO EASY TO DO AND RESULTS ARE SHOWN IN ITS FIRST USE. A ROBISON COFFEE MAKER. THE MOST MODERN ON THE MARKET TODAY. THREE HEATS. LET US SHOW THIS ITEM TO YOU SOON. Women's Fur Lined J TABLE CUTLERY: so modern and yet so easy to use. TIMEX WATCHES: from $5.00 um These you wear on your wrist. Easy to own and have. Do your daily shopping at this storesave. Jewell County's oldest store, since 1880. ii