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p. ~ousework. ]1 Frost and two tests were giv-: glad for the new_s, from the [in. ~tome of his Black Steers ~ Nebr; Lloyd Zlmmer, day Jan 15. ' "d Mr. and Mrs Marvin W~ ] ea. Instead o~ one p~w~ ea~ fold home :town, We re all well I weighing over 740 lbs. sold tom man, Guid6 Rock, Nebr.; Mr. I The Executive Commltt~ JEWELL COUNTY RECORD , ~ bar and Alvin, Mr. and Mrs~l one present received a cute lout here. We're having a lull, [~.80. l/eifer Mates to ~.~-I and Mrs. Graver Mizner, Burr of the W.S.C.S. met at the Thursday, January 19, 1967 Paul Rathbun, Marilyn and I chair pinegsldca.'DellLfllms re-[in the rain after a lot of it I Chrbsie Ahrens and Hattie[ Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Harold[church Monday afternoon. I ~ Page 3 - Sect/on 1, 11, 1967) Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Myro~ freshments of coUee cake, lln November and the first Ahrens had isome i'eal choic4 ~rubaker, Inavale, Nebr.; M1~. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Edwards __ r .... _'S: 10:00-11:0{~ Intermill, Marilyn and Mark, lgrape desN]~J~ ~ coffee[half of December [ ealves in the auction. Asetof and Mrs. Dean Oberheide: [ and family of Hardy were sup. ~cT~P1178s met .Jan'. ~ . at thhe :00 and 7:00-8:00 Mr and Mrs. Raymond Leec~lwere served. The meeting ad-[ Happy New Year to Jewel| [their Whiteface Steers weigh-IRed Cloud, Nebr.; Mr. ano[ per guests at the Lawrencel~n^..~.^u e_ ,1.we^|.too.z Lv~ . and Bernard and Mr. andlJourned to meet in four weeks [County people. [ing 400 lbs. sold for $U.50, Mrs. Joe Paulus, Trumbull. I BQthweil home Sunday even- ..'~":~ ~u ~,= ~,=p,,u,,~. m- rerguson was a Mrs Dale Crispin attended on Feb I with Mrs, Harold [ Sincerely, ]Heifer Mates sold for $24,60~ Nebr.; Everett and Lee Fray ing. lace. Tne.t~rown~es were gwen !of her sister-in- the "wedding of Nancy Jansen Beam. " [ 3ohn and Elsi~ Die~z ~Laverne Dempsey sold 11 and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McAI- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Aall a very ~nterestmg tour ann ce Ferguson. She to Maynard Crispin in thai --LucllIe Frost, P.R.C. [ 2085 17th St..N.E. ~choice Black Steers weighinglavey, Jewell. I and family of Colby and Mrs. tW.e.re toga .all about the o pe.r- again the next Presbyterian Church in Edger , . I Salem, Oregon [ 755 ,. lbs. for I24.50, Heifer - Marvin McDill and sons of taun.g parts el It oy uaie ' - ..... Shi Iml Oecomes t'arz As the Brownies left Sunday afternoon. [ P / I ~ /Mama~ for $22.8[e. M~ln P- I Ronald Wl~lc i Bellev|lle spent Saturday ev- i . ' . .. " . . each was given a little teio- gerl~ren visited Perry Zieller of Superior vl-I P~[~[r IDear Folks /Iey sold 23 choice Black[Junk~ Mombsr O~ The [ ening with Mr. and Mrs. W. ] , " , ~ " , " ~ ~dPW|| iatkm pnone and the leauers were Metz severalstted with Tom Rathbun Snn,I I We are enclosing a cheek/Steers weighing 666 lbs. for[Amerlcon Angus Asso [W Gunn. / ...... " given a ~auy get-togemer ~k. day P M M~, ]L ~v~O~ [for our Record again. We are [$25.26, Heifer Mates sold forI ---- I Maynard Crispin and Nancy~ ................ " " el 14 . bOOK for ~V6t Oy unar~o~te ,aunchbaugh and The Valley View Social Club ......... laU fine. Having a lot of snow Orris Pruit sold 81 head ] Ronald Dean Wheich , , ] Jepson were married Sunday [Roe Th " i ~ -- nJth calledWed- and their families will h~ve o. t4aMa~lz, ~.O .. land rain. We sure enjoy the/Of Heifers: 21 head of hlslEsbon, has been granted a/afternoon at Edgar. Mr. and].. ". e ~rownes enjoys.. ~noon on Mrs. an all day meeting Friday at ..Mr. ano .~rs, J o~. M~ [home paper. We were so glad [Black Heifers weighing 770 [)ruder membership In the [ Mrs. Raymond Leece, Mr. and/~ne tour ann w~sh. to t hang Sdaughter, Mrs. PaulRathbun's. ~le~lll:er~l~a~'l~[to have our daughter, JeanIlbs. sold for $23.00. 37 BlacklAmertcan An~pm A~mociationIMrs. Dale Crispin. DuaneCris-~veat~etteto~~t~nnB~oa~n~esar~; Mrs. Dale Crispin, Mrs. Tom[ _ _ JRose, and girls and my sister, IHeifers weighing 780 Ibs. sold at St. Joseph. Mo.. announces pin Mr. and Mrs. Myron In- 1 ............. ~. Carroll Thron. McKeown and Mrs. Marvin m~. _ .. ;. _ _ ~ l lrma Van' Wey. with us for Ifor $22.85. Glen Bratcber. secretary, termiU, Mrs. Start Vale, Mr. jme ~e~o(~!s~ .tmurcn ml. se. ~ly, Mrs. Jessie Webber attended a surprise Mr..ann .~rs.. tl:.w-._AVlaca IChristmas this year. We haY#/ Butcher hogs sold to $19.10. This new Junior member- and Mrs. Sam P~hrends and!mere" eel-am ~mu .coo zLe.s I. Marie Morris birthda~ nartv Thursday mor-I were snoppmg m ~mm~o on [made so many nice friends |8 Mixed Sows weighing 347 shin entities the member to Mr and Mrs Charlie Russelll were served ~y ~'amem ~n~ ~rs. Lores Biggs ..~ .... Mrs Gladvs Herr-] Tuesday. . .... I during the 61/z years we have[lbs, sold for $15.30. A set of I rc~ister purebred Angus at were among those who attend stead to 6 Brownies ann z Lad Mrs. Martha mann ..... I Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ~illd~ Ibsen here in Madras. [Sows weighing 500 lbs. sold I~ltr membership rates end ed the wedding. Friends are leaders. S~!via Meyer. and ann Mrs Olive/1 ~ I~ t'amem ~v~msteaa neln tne ve been recent There will be a miscellpn-I aJny I Love, [for $14.70. We had just 14 ]to the privileges of the Asso- planning a shower to be held" . . I. Olcanna Thron- eous shower Thursday evening l Superior Tuesday.. . _ . I Mrs. Glen Slmmelink [Small Pigs and they sold for leiation until the age of 21. At st the Webber Methodist flags while we said the flag at the church in Webber fort __The ~ Clue met w,ea_I Madras, Oregon /$14.00 a head. [that time Junior members are t Church at 7:30 Thursday ev- sa!ute a.na me t~rowme pro. thank Mrs. Per- Mr and Mrs Maynard Criz-l.nesc~a.y _~ternoun with LillieJ -- I Wedid nt sell the Thmas~e/Igihle to ecavert to lifetime]ening. [m~e. ~:no ~row.mes sang..~ t,ewm. ThOse rearm were ~ew songs we adjourned wits[ ~e January- Feb- -in" Ev,,r~ one is invited I P ]Dear Friends: [bulls because of the bad wen- [memhersht~ in the Associa- [ The Webber Homemakers .. _ ". . . ,, ~ " ~ ~ " Pose Johns Anna Frost ' -- ,me t~rowmo tunnel of the Upper The V. Club met Tuesday / - .. ' .... :' I Am enclosing check ($3.00) ~ther. They will sell this com. [~. I Extension Umt met Tuesday l .. evening with Mrs. Glen An. I frances ~mmer end ~$aran Ifor paper. Should have done ling Friday at 1:00 o'clock. We J- There were 182 young pea- I afternoon at the home of Mrs. I --r~eporter, da Donahue Znd dreasan Mrs Ernest Andre~-IBaker" Ithis before leaving Mankato/wilI start our-: sale at 12:08 IDle in the United States to re- Leslie Jensby. ~ ....... Iturday morning son was" co-hostess ~" I Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dou- Ibut Just neglected it. Weather/o'elock. We will have many [ceive Jmdo/memberships Iut Mrs. Sarah Russell. who has ~#, o,,a ~.. ~_ .... , ~.~ . Gertrude Fie. " Mr and Mrs. M'arvin Web. lbra.va and Jessie and Shirley [is fine here yesterday and to/good ~uyers in the auctlor Imonth. ]been in the hospital the past lve'v"an~'c'~i~ren areno~v' n;c~" Ithue also called ber and Alvin were Sunday[&v|son visited Mrs. ~arm Iday but Friday was the cold-lthls week wanting cattle TI . - [week was dismissed Saturday[L_~ .............. " Youn at Belleville Tuesday ..... ~y setuea m me|r some ac ~ey ~r Sunday after, o .... ~,~ ,-n,~r~uests at Rav-I g . lest here on record. Had a few/you have cattle to sell, get In [a~ | | and is staying with her daugh-I .................... .......... ~--,-r-- .. " Mrs Enyeart and M~ ~ . went ~m. ..wr uuoress IS Walker and Miss m~nd M~elsl" s~tu~lrn J Paxson- atten_ded W,S..W.S. at J[]n~ Ofoun~alXs wL~hichofmSa?eWs Jtv~seW[~h2 ~;~nn ~; I Webber [ter, Mrs. Bczmce Reed, l lv0?ySs A~Ftarrtg~t R~ Thh~ldHr:~ amen visited in were Sunday even'ing supper lMrs: KIIoy FOUtZ S ~t11~ On l,he skiers very happy. ~'auctlon Friday. | Mrs. Harold Bothwell }2nd Grade Brownies ]-n~ ....... ni,,,* ho,o,.~,..a ~. 2, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry l~W.e.~, n.es.aa,y afternoon. .~rs. l Sincerely, 1 VAIL McCLINTOCK 1 .. I ---- . ]" ~ ......~ .......... eve caled on his w..~ ;,, g-,~Ior ]meoe! Awson was a guest;~ [ Mildred Harris ! Simnson, Kans. [ ~Janusry 12, 1967) [ The 2nd Grade Browmes. I ................. l~attie Love, on .........~" ...... I Mr. and Mrs. John McCleery [ Tucson. Arizona'l B()B ISAAC l Fourteen or" Mrs. GladyS [- i ~ , Iternoon e.... MmH. ~1~1 Club [ left Friday A. M. on their trip / ", ~. ' [ Mankato, Kans. [Herrman's friends took cook- [ ,., A ,,, ~rs. Dale Roth- ...-r ........ ~ ..... [through the southern states. [MANKATO LIVESTOCKl -------- lies and coffee and surprised/ I ~'A~u~~'11[~, ~ ~tday visitors el The first meeting of the new[ Mr. Sam Mlzner pas.sed/COMMISSION O. RIPO~T Ikntuel G; Mhnor Ob|tuovy Iher with an.impromptu birth-t I, ~ ~et- ,~. u,ne b~lti W-a---a--- --* laway earJy ~aturoay morning / ~ / lady party Tnursuay morning "" v ............. cu.c.uay .- -- . , Louder of Bur ; ...... ,k. t, ..... ~,.. [at the Webster Co Hospital / Jonuo 11-1967 ]~ Mrs Otis Cunnin ham was IRurda afternoo~ Oo.,, ..... ,,h M,, M,,v" g in l Red CI ud. The funeral will ~ I believe Frida was as bad / hostess to the W S ~ S meet- , . r ~.w. a ...... m....~.~, at o " ( ry . ) On Jan. 7, 1967 Samuel Miz . Y ...................... m _h..- ............... Y .nor passed away at the Web- .... .. . ~rs Harry Wi~- to~, as hostess Eeven mere- Ine Tmeslay ar z L". M. az ~e 1 day as you could have for &later Co Hos,~Ital in Red Cloud , lng w.eonesaay afternoon az I _ ..\~.., = r Wfl E U B Church Kramers are sale but we had over 400 head the church Mrs Anna R , ~ck~ bers answered roll call. Min- . .... ; Nebr. at the age of 84 years .... ......... ..... =-~:~i=: ~PPy to have the ,~,, ............... ........ ,,,d ,,,,,4 ,nn~ ~t Im charge..,...vr., The family' has'our /of cattle and a real activeland 5 da,s.v H_~was born Jan .... Graham led the devotions and/ ~~:~::~= ~ k. J.ames Mill, ~and bills of the Christmas [sr.m.pathy.. _ ...... [sole. We had plenty of buyers[ , less ca the farm north d Mrs. Harold Bothwell, the lea- ~ : [ ..~...... members of the meetln~ were allowed. A I. ,owara r~sner .~en Tn.urs- /for the stock, and they werelEsbon, Kans. His parents, Mr. I / ~ _7 _~-~:' -"~1 f-~"' ) from the Firsl i thank ,ou note from the Day im y A. M. mr rlzona after [ really wanting cattle Howeverland Mrs Allen G. Mlzner I Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal[ t /ME AND in Mankat( Care Center was read. It was [ pending several days at the [we had several more good [were early settlers in Je,_well I ieft Thursday morning for / I [ TO bvT-/E F D/O ~tlday, Jan. 8, decided that if anyone cared[P'_C" Me.ndenhall home.. _ Ibuyers that called us ThursIP.~ty He spent hill entire[New Braunfels, Tex. where~ I~[I[H~]~ ~~ I$~l PAu/ ,~FVE,~ Vice at our Hem ~ h,,,, ~ at#hi nn~v th~v/ Mr. an~ Mrs. ~all KElley [~av evenina and said the lug. '^." ~,o ~..-om .... , ,^ I they will visit Mr. and Mrs. : ,,. ._ e _ ........................ of ...............- - Y. ....... ..... ....... , ......... II/$1111 Ill I I ~Ple were Verne were to call the others. Lu-l.. ~,ung ~eacn. ~am...~r. -nu [were coming but were unablelwhere he wlm born, with the l~. w. wuson. I~LL'~.i-'~~,d~d~ [ F, AAOUE" -untslnger. Ka ,,ll~,~ t",~st thanked those who I rs" ~ranc~s r'ronucn an~ ~ make it I really don't be- 1:,,--,.-^., ^ .. ~.--- ~- u~. [ Mrs. Dale Crispin and MrS. I ~ - l ...... " Drt~l~ TayJo! ~,~" ~'~ n~ttv Crocker con-Idaughter of Fort Worth. Tax. [lleve the 'market would ~,'~,,~";~ l Jess Wilson called on Mrs./ - ....~~'~-~: ] ~/DE Ylor ...... ,~ --a#azlnes to the lad r. and Mrs .Ire Crave [1~en any better if they hadl:.. --,,~,,~ ~o .. l Nora Graham in the Good[ ~~]~i~I~[ I at Winfield Idaho came for their fa-en on the seats Samaritan Home in Superio~ : _ Training ................ Center -.,_., ~.. "the! r s,' Sam Mlzner, ftmm'~. ' Our cow market" was re1 -'2"-ca _hmmttead.. ....... in eastern I Thursday afternoon - . ~o [~ore coupons m~ .~mm~ .~-I ...... B ....k r " ~I i.;oloraao. ~te reureu xrom, ..... ' - , ~_ l ~.,H-.~m~,,i~:~,mr- VIeW fore the project to buy a bus[~nr; :nn; ~u:S'we~ S~:~::: Ig~. compared to t.he r!ve, lfarming and moved ~ h~l_)~wel?~a n~:i ~Wr?eCne-/ ~~' ~~-~1~ [ /l~@ WW can be realir ., . 1_.................. ~f_ Imarze s, cows. taperou oxt,=-I present home In Fad}on In I~t ., ,~..P~. ,. ~r ~ ~.,,_[ 1 ~ ~ -~r.~ ---~__-~ ~ I l~l~tla~ ,,f ^m~,,.. ,,,as neld/uumr Ii~ at ui~ vruc~ [ina me week ana were sur~qflfl ulo ~o~a~#ai ail~ I~lrl~ I JIlll~ ~tb 1,111~ J~lJtalli ~U-'q~ll IIVIIII~[ ..,"'~ ............. ,~, r,naffid,~o ...... ,~,,dts. [~otB~k home. The Corricka~ I$i .... 00 to 12 50 lower than ad ,,,~,,v,,~,---,~-- ,~,.,, ..... |..eceded him in Bostwlck. .No matter where or when .you want to send and Bakers visited Mrs. Edna , s Mr and Mrs Dale Crispin, sl nt - Ione Shl le . Vice. the week s opening. Cow sold . 1|, 1967) Pre de P Y t Nu In death, n , . " " ' se. ............. ....la.., Dodd' Se./Ihma at the Sprague Imostly from $1400 to 116601 n. ,.--~, ,~ ,onO ha ~v*, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Crispin, toncy, you can do It with a check. Sto ,It Lfla[Hme at Red Cloud. Itop Li=ht Steer' Calves and Mrs. Floyd Sisson, I P ....... ,,,,,, carol[ Rev.ndMrs. Enyeartwer at We sold a se't[ ............... IMr. and Mrs Jess Wilson / this eek and open your speclal checklng ~OSS ann m, uv~, ,~,.,~ .... - -- ~'-~-- ,-'-. . They celeDrae~n their o~n ass- ' ' -- .~ --.-- . ................/boats Monday to the Jewell [~ Whiteface Steers wei"hini~ .............. ]Mrs. Violet Graham and Mrs, I . ~c Owen, came Kmmer, ~eporter- ~,ucmu , t mversary m 1~. -xo mm un- . ,, , . ....... z, st [Co. Mlnfster s Meeting. A poibs for $28 05 These calv'-~[ ~ ...... t.,.... ~ ,,~;~,~.~.. [Anna Graham were supper! account. I hat the convenient way to have -.=...& lrum m~ . .v .. ld " " ,v,, w,;. w., . ~..-----... . ...... r,...~ ..... "" I" .... the / luck dinner at noon was he . [es beloneed te Frank Johnson.I ............ ~ / guests of Wylie Klrkpatrtck [ -. as lt: n?w lu ae" s xw 's o"n'by 'uollle[ Some friends of Mr. andl~Torman Crumrine sold l'_d[~ZZe~l?~a Jand Eileanor Crispin Saturdayl a permanent record of expenditures. . . . I /the Veterans Ho. pltal tlBred Steers weighing 682 lbs.I ~-= ._...,,,~ ,,,, ,h,, ~ural school [~- ' .... roclo~y mr, i 1961 PkYMOUTH 4-DOOR /Grand Island. Ray Ellsworth IfOW, S; 0. ,Also 6 Black Heif.I ..... and/ ~wor brakes ~ ,w -,,m7 a,~-,., [SEDAN. v-e, outomatlc. Prlc-]took him up last week. A lets weighing 640 lbs. forJw on the board of directors r.. nice. I od for a quick solo. [group of his friends signed a i$22.20. Bob Nelson sold set tolenimoe company and | ,tg sovlng. I 1961 FORD FALCON 2- ~"get well" card Friday and [of Black Heifers weighing jus~ ~,~t~,~ ~dt.h--t.h~ nromotion of '!LDCAT CUS-ISEAT WAGON. 6 CYLINDER./sent it to Newell. Ray took the [under 500 lbs. for $23.90. Mel u- well as other[ IR P I ........ TS COUPE. I STRAIGHT . DRIVE r cad Jcard around town and every- [ton & Gates sold a set .ofJ ;|vie interests ] kot ~ats~ full Ifor quick sold. /one was happy to send good [ Whiteface Steers weighing 500 Survivors Ids wffq [ air, connie, I 1961 PONTIAC CATALINA ~wishes to Newell. He will air fibs. fort $26.00. Heifer Mates] $ daughters and sons.in.law, [ 14-DOOR SEDAN. Now tiros,[/preciate hearing from friends, Isold for $24.20. Ben Fedde sold[ son and daughter.intkt r,/ LoSABRE 4-[automatic trsnsmlulon.JJ ..... 16 Black Steers weighing ju.stI Li)a, l~ grandchildren and ~J air, Powor[Shorp. I[Dear Boyds: [under 600 lbs. for $25.30. Heif.[ ~at ~m, andc~ ore bro~ ] sl owner. Low[ 1961 CADILLAC 4.DOOR.[J Enclosed is check for an- [er Mates sold for $23.50. C ec.il[ ~Ver""~" G~rover Mlzner,'of Burr[ CATALINA nice car. " ....... a / rill. of Jewell City, ~ON. &pos- I 1~ RAMBLER AMB ~ -* ~ ..... ~--- Mrl~ ionoo, power I UUK ~-UUUn Z-~a~A/ WA~ ~ u~..,- &,,~ersen of Loveland, / I r ,.~ ~.,*uv n.,,- ock. A nice IGOH. Foctory air, Automllci ~. ~ ~ ..,A v.t O~. W*non-i Irens I$SIO , s, we man WILDCAT 4 I stserlng. Good tiros, e~ ~ II e.,rt..~. Je.~L~t~la:dbost ~/ One ownor, I 1963 PONTIAC STARCHIE~ ''"~'~'_"; .... rs / ~e~ an(] neilr~oo ~or, factotw[4.DOOR SEDAN. Facto~ alr~ ~~~ il~ ,,,--, ,m hel~i Extra dun. ~ " " LE 1965 FORD GALAXlE S~ ~ ~th the R~. Earl Eny-[ T IMPALA " " ........... s in Pa."..-.. air J LrtrtnD ~EDAN sr...,.~..8.] ~~ ~ 1[ em omclaung. ~unm wa / .... " ~ I .............. ""~ a~i~M~.~ ~ 11 tl~ W.tk~m ~mstm~. / nd power ipowor stearlng, V-8, automstl ~~ II ...., .... I., - ,,uartet con-i ~. I transmission. 42,000 mllu~ ~i~|J ..'-'~" .,#"'nz~,~ Gro~t J~,, CATALINA lOne local owner. ............ ,,/ 'TOP Powor I SUICK "oSABR' II 'v''/ Stir transmis- [ DOOR SEDAN AIr-ondlflonJ ~~~i/~*~ Ilil ton ena ~ re, /' ow I Palll a rl wlml, Ipowor steering, I m longs; __._ .....t:" Coclr~, R0-el' "q alul~' uui-$~l %~ * m t WILDCAT 4-1nice color. A slick used car, ' /I ............. a~''l actory olr, I t.0 BUICK LaSABRE 4- ... & brekns AI Door SEOAN. O, o,,r. A I .... .... a~ Way 4. I good uled cir. ...... I The Kramer Funeral Home OOOR SE-I 195~ CHEVROLET 4-DOOR ...... J _ ..,L sawing, I BEL AIR. Automatic. A good W_l/.in cam~e , ,,~ua-- radio, I school car. mmn~. 2-SPEED. ]new. See this one. It's slick. I~ol own- 1910 FORD TON. A Just like older pickup. IS YOtm BUT OUMtANll Ptm(:HAm Iq, AN AND YOUR mm m , s,J We'd be in hot water today without the new wonder drugs. Twenty years ago, 7000 chil. dren died nnually from whooping cough - la, t yeBr only 300 died. TODAY'S PRES. CRIPTION IS THE BIGGGEST BARGAIN IN HISTORY. .mmY IrJLqD OF THANKS m We would like to thank eve ewcae for the flowers, e ds; gXpre~M of sympathY, and 4 kindne the of 4he de th of Wed" G. Mbme --The Mizm~ Family. frlbed8 ttendl the funmd d 8 nud G. Miznar we J: md Ddpha And ion, Llmbborj, Karts.; To.m, Jmven, Mr, and Ovmt, Jr., Man.to; Wider range of prices than ever--all the way from $2,410 to $4,8691 (And 21 Oldsmobiles are actually priced below $2,920!) Wider range of features--Including a full roster of standard safety Items on every OIdsmobile l Wider range of models! 36 Toronado-inspired Rocket Action OIdsmobiles to choose from l VIIIT YOUR 01.0 C)UII R'I , | ,, ul, , ,i,,, ,111 ,i , I i i , , i