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I JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, PAGE 6B I Mrs. Lovona Bartley Mr. and Mrs. Gale Tegley of Burr Oak were Monday ev- ening visitor:; of Mr. and Mrs. Rolla D:etz and Sherri. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Bor- ger and C,~m :otte and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Slate and fanfily were Coffee g,~ests Friday ev ening after the basketball game of Mrs. Thelma liauptli. . The community is helping to get contributions of bedding. dishes, towels, groceries or any items needed by a family, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Fall and Mr. Harry Shuck. who re cently lost their home and po- ssessions by fire. The shower for the family will be Thurs- day evening, Jan. 19, at the Coonhunters and Sportsman Building. Cash donations will also be accepted. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Fall and Mr. Shuck plan to move this week to the Mannie Loomis farm. We are glad they will continue to live in our community. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Bor- ger and Charlotte were coffee guests Saturday. evening after Cawker's basketball game el Rev. and Mrs. Molby and faro- fly. Mike' Young, Odessa Town- ship's assessor has begun his work and was calling on homes in this commumty last weak. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Phillips and Elizabeth Marie and Gar- rett Phillips were 'I'uesday Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Braden helping Mrs Terry Phillips celebrate her bitthday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Wey were Sunday afternoon visitors of 'Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nei- fertof Glen Elder. :Mr. and Mrs. John Ahlvers went to Garrett Monday to visit at the Veryl Dietz home. They returned home Thursday and their daughter, Judy, who had been working at the Osa watomie Hospital came with them. Judy returned to Salina Sunday afternoon to resume her studies at Marymount College there. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Phillips and Tane of Little River, Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Schneider of MePherson and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Phillips and Elizabeth were guests New Year's week- end of Mr. and Mrs. Garret! Phillips. Mrs. Garrett Phil- lips went to the home of her son, Larry, and family of Be- 10it on Jan. 2to stay and as sist with the grandchildren while Mrs. Larry Phillips was a surglCM patient at the St. Joseph's/I'Iospital. Mrs. Doyle Shoemaker is staying at the Larry Phillips home now while Mrs. Phillips is recuper- ating. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ahlvers and daughters went to Empor- ia Friday to.visit a while at the R. l. Pickett home and to help while Mrs. Pickett is re- L covering from surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dietz and boys were Sunday dinner and SUl)per guests at tile Rolla Dietz home. Don't forget to attend the Venison Supper on Jan. 26 at the Coonhunters Building for members and their famdies. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley and Gall were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1)arrell Thayer and Ron- n i e. Mankato Livestock Comm. Co. Report We had the pens full of cat- tie, and the barn full of buy- ers. The market was steady to high on all classes of live- stock. Fat hogs sold to 19.25. Packing sows sold from 13.90 to 15.10. Feeder shoats sold to 23.25. Light pigs sold from 10.00 to 17.75. We had served several sets of W. F. steers. weighing from 350 to 400 lbs., selling for 30.10. Several sets of 350 lb. to 400 lb. heifers sold for 25.15 to 25.65. A set of W. F. heifers, weighing 520 Ibs. sold for 24.70. A set of 456 lb. steers weighed out for ~9.00. 14 blk hfrs. weighing 500 lbs. sold for 25.00. A set of WF strs. weighing 650 lbs. sold for 25.50. A nice set of t75 lb. sirs sold for 27.90. 12 W. F. strs. weighing 525 ~old for 27.65. 16 blk strs. weighing 510 lbs.. sold for ~8.80. A set of blk strs. weigh ing 775 lbs.. sold for 24.80. A set of blk strs. weighing 641 lbs. weighed out for 26.00. A gond set of blk hfrs, weigh ing 505 lbs., sold for 24.90. A ~et of mixed strs. weighing 886 lbs.. sold for 23.90. 19 blk strs. weighing over ll00 lbs.. ~old for 23.50. 23 W. F. strs. weighing 100, sold for 23.80. A load of W. F. strs weighing 800, sold for 24.80. A load of W. F. strs. weighing 780 lbs.. sold for 24.85, 34 blk and blk W. F. strs. weighing 730 lbs.. sold for 24.85. Cows sold most. ly from 14.00 to 16.60. Large consignors were: Clark How- land. Jim Dodd. Jr. Men- husen. Elmer Thronson, Ken- neth Hartzel. W. Way, Art Lichty, Don Reed, Harvey Fogo, E. Siemon. Warren Un- derwood. Earl Varney, Ray Sluyter. Wint Smith. E. Benoit. J. W. Lienberger, Rus- sell I,ewis. Curtis Deitz( Ron and Joe Eilert, A. Kock, Ray- mond Beeler. Jr. Jones, Bud Lange, Forest Foster & Earl (]arnlan and Son. Clarence Blew. Lyle Hogan. Maxine Studer, B. Gengler, Gerald Carlton, Bert Diamond, Bob Johnson, Bob Griffeth, Lynn l Harris, George Bartsch, Ray Smith, Brad Judy, Ghm Thomas and many other smaller eonsigners. This coming Friday, Jan. 20 at 2 p. m., we will sell the Gee. McCune Estate cow herd. There will be 68 head of out standing W. F. Springer cows. 12 head are first calf hfrs, and the rest, from 4 to 10 yr. olds, ahmg with 2 herd bulls. Mr. McCune took great pride in his cattle, and developed au outstanding set of cows. If you have livestock to sell. get in touch with us. We have the buyers on the sets, buying ill(, good fresh country cattle that we sell. Let us advertise your stock for you. The buyers lis- len to our broa0casts over Grand Island at 7:30 a. m. & Superior at 7:20 a. m. on Fri day mornings. See you in tile auction Friday. Rememher we start at 12 o'clock sharp, i so get al'Oul]d early and come in and eat at our new res- taurant and be ready to go when the sale starts. Vail McClintock Simpson, Kansas Bob isaac Mankafo, Kansas Edith Folger Northbranch, Head Nellie Anderson and Euniee Dunn of Red Cloud attended services here Sunday morn ing. Keith Brown of Wooster. Ohio visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, over the weekend. Ronald Dillon and Janna Price of Wichita visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillon Saturday. Ron has finished his work at Fri(,nds University and begins teach- ing musm at the grade school and high school at Haviland, Kansas this week. Rev, and Mrs. Wendell Bar- nett visited his parents. Rev and Mrs. Paul Barnett and at- tended the graduating exer- roses as his mother. Alice Barnett finished her nursing course Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rinard and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Payne of Guide Rock went to Amerieus. Kansas to visit Mrs. Rinard's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Matile and bring her father, Mr. Hassman home with them for an extend- ed stay, Sunday. The W. C. T. U. phms to meet with Mrs Fred Brown Thursday afternoon. January 19 at 2 p. m. Cloudy and mild this morn. ing with a forecast of colder weather on the way. II J NE GREAt BEAR THE FAMILIAR DIPPER 15 ONL THE GREAT B Y PART OF STARS E [ rR'J2L LP" _R'S sEvEN -~ rtlND IF YOU FACE NORTH ON ANY CLEAR NIGH . o vJER STARS OF B ..... A THE TWO ~.,vvL t'OINT TO /tt~ NORTH STAR, POLARIS. W ABOUT 30 DEGREES AWAY." HICH IS Can you 'bear" the thought of paying a b/// twice A cancelled check provides valuable proof of paymenff The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 L.L Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.DJ.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 i LL" I J I KANSAS Mrs. F. E. Ransom Mid(lie Branch Club met last Thursday with Eva Menden- Ilall with nine nwmbers pre- sent to answer roll ('all. Eva had a contest and the rest of the time was spent visiting. l~orolla V, OIt tilt, guess box and the next meeting will be with Myrtle Moore on Feb. 2nd. Ewl served a delicious lunch N[I'~,. l,ol't,na Pate and Mrs. Esther Whelchel went for a busine:-;s trip to Downs this lllorl/illg. l).n't forget this coming Saturday night, there will be a card party at the Legion ltall in Esbon for the benefit of the l)ay Care for Retarded children. Fveryone welcome. It is sponstn'ed by the Amer- ;can Legion Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Dah, Country- man are entertaining Mabel's mother and family from Ill. at present. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore went to lloxie, Kansas lm~t Friday to attend the fun- eral of a close friend that they knew ~hen they lived out there. The weather was un- usually nice last Friday. The Community Party at West B|'auch Saturday night was well attended and every one had a good time. Grant Ber|'y won high in pitch and l.yle Sloan got low. The high for women was won by Muriel Meehsner and the low by Sally Sipe and the lucky number was won hy Georgene Bossen Myrtle Moore and Margaret C(nmtryman were the tmstes- ses. Next meeting will be the second Saturday in February and Georgene Bossen and el- lie Ransom will be hostesses, Merry Mixer club met with Marearet Countryman last Wednesday. Nine members were present. Orpha Marr won 1he guess box and roll callwas telling about their New Year's resolutions. After business meeting, the after- noon was spent visiting. The next meeting will be with Thelma Lamb in two weeks on Thursd~y. We have had several small SnOW stornls tile past week but no added accumulation & our old sno~ is piled high where drifts were plowed out. A storm is predicted for to- night and tomorrow. Nancy Pate spent Sunday aflernoon ~ith Kathy Whel- chel. Eldon Pate spent the week- end with James Lamt). Ollie Ransom and Joe Moore were Sunday evening visitors in the Lyle Sloan home. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dawdy of Jewell were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch Wednesday. Mr. Justin McNichols from Washington State, .Mrs. Ellen Hudiburgh of Superior called on Mrs. Helen MeNichols and her brother Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ander- son called on John Kaighin at Lexington, Nebr. Saturday. In a couple of weeks, John plans to return to his school in Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and Debbie in Hastings Sunday. Justin McNichols from Wash- ington State was a dinner and supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNichols Saturday. Dewey and Colleen Terrill were guests of their grand- parents, the Everett Terrills. Mr. and Mrs. Walker and Glenn Terrill visited Curtis at the hospital. Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Mrs. Ruth Holdren and Mrs. Cecile Gardner spent Tuesday with Mrs. Agnes Balch work- ing on the club program. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Falk of Concordia were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Llovd Falk. Community Club met Thurs- day with Grace Cole. 12 mem- bers were present. The after- noon was spent working on the club books. Next meeting will be Jan. 26 with Cecile Gardner as hostess and Erma Dunstan, program l~ader. Grace Cole spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole in Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Hiriam Fuller- ton of Norton called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dempsey on Wednesday. Mrs. Lyman Rightmeier and Mrs. Sydney Terry and chil- dren spent the weekend in Sa- lina visiting Mrs. Opal Lyman. Mrs. Avis Hoard attended the funeral of a friend in Tren- ton. Me. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jacob- son of Manhattan visited Mr. and Mrs. A. R, Jacobsen on Saturday. Miss Micki Taska, bride- elect of Ernest Sipe was hon- ored with a bridal shower at the parish house Saturday ev- ening. She received many use- ful gifts for her home. Frank Dempsey was taken by ambulance to the Belleville hospital Sunday morning for observation and tests, Mr. afld MrS. Carl Nease and family and Kathy Holdren of Concordia and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Holdren were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Holdren. Mr. and Mrs. Aage Jensen of Superior visitt~d Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gardner Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wil- son, Morgie Sutherland, Mrs. Hugh Cusie and LaVerne ltae- gert were callers at the Fred Haegert home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kins v and Molly Beth spent Sunday at the Glen Hiat{ home in Su- perior. ! Visiting hours: 10:O0 11100 A. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:008:00 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. l)ean Barrett of Jamestown called Mo|l(h|y, Jan. 9, on his mother, Mrs. Minnie Barrett. Mrs. Jessie Graham, Mrs. Marie Morris and Brenda, Mrs. Jack Blair and Carole and Mr. Clarence Thronsoll have been recent visitors e7 Mrs. Oleanna Thronson. Miss Lucy Wiley visited ~11 the Home one afternoon last week. Mr. and Mrs. Itarry Wilbeek went to Topeka Jan. 9 and at- tended the Inauguration of Governor Docking. They went on the afternoon bus Lour of Cedar Crest Mansion. the home of the Governor. Mr. Gerald Thompson accompan- ied the Wilbecks. Mr. Mannie Loomis o[ Jaw- ell called on his father. Mr. Clarence W. Loomis, Thurs- day. Mrs. Mattie Metz and Mrs. Violet King hnd birthdays on Jan. 13. A party was held in their honor and ice cream and cake were served. Those calling on Mrs Get't- rude Fiero recently were her daughter. Mrs. Waunda l)ona hue of Mankato, her grand- daughter, Mrs. Beth Laflen of Salina. and the Reverend Mr. W D Buekley. Mr. Frank Jaske and his daughter from Randall visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilbeck Thursday afternoon. Miss Alice Sellhorn spent Friday in Beloit with her mo- ther, Mrs, Louise Sellhorn. Mr. Gerald Boyles of Burr Oak was a Saturday evening visitor in the Home. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Miller, Mr. John Love. Mr. ([lenh TREASURER'S QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT City of Mankato, Kansas For the period from Sept. $0, 1966, to Dec. 31, 1966 Mrs. Harry Sulliff Old l:~vetpt, s Dlsbur~-New I~3"~'O..~ balances men~s bahmces Mr. and Mrs. Bert Saint of ff~mevM ........................ $ 6,5c~.54 $ 8,{}34.39 $ 8ff25.83 $ ,lewell ('ailed on Mrs. Lettie W~alter ~V,2orks .............. 12,339.@09,~'73'.15' (i,377.7215.834.90 Korb Tuesday. Blectnic Light ............ 20,70%10 ~5,7'51.2q 2;3,028.O5 3,1,530.32 Mr. and Mrs Earl Rinard Bond &nd I~terest .... 6,4~2~1~28,392.8211,684.32 3,700.62 took Mrs. Grace Haworth to Bir~dweed ...................... 692.:}9 1112.63 805.02 Library ......................... ~76.66 300,29 76.37 Red Cloud Tuesday to see Dr. Speot~l ~,t. ~tmd ...... .2~2,948.65 11,907,D011,041.65 Bennett. W~rl~s Izn@ ....... 140,~34.7~I 1192,917.38 26,617.33 Sower ]kt~prove ...........9,862.50 0,862.50 Bor~:l Sln~ing ~und .. II,23~.00 1,234.00 Totals .................... ~$78;732,'36 $43,772.t13 $1'86A40.59 $407,063.90 APITAL GAINS Availa~ble Cash: @l~te Eaea~nge Bar& ........................................................ $107,0~.90 Total A~a~,fl~ble Caah (o agree with total ltmds A PROBLEM? .................................................................................. Slnklr~ I;h.lrld~d~,Rm~k~t~o Oigy Bon~l~ ................................ $ 1~2,000.00 U. S. 8teries E Bonds---pa~d~ .................................................. 10350.00 FIIIIII;IAIIY t~. & Treusl~ l~ill~--gald ........ i .......................................... 1,1a,86~.25 Registered VCax~aztts O.ut, st~nding ...................................... 2,100.00 Serial Bond,s ................................................................................ 27~6,852.40 (Newest of the Group of W~,te~'ks ,?~stem Reverme ~ondrs ................................ 159~000.00 Exchange Funds Tol~l ..................................................... : ........................... $428,952.40 Managed by ,I, D. K. Bal~ab., Do hereby cert~ify t~hat the above sba~ment Vance, Sanders & Co., IncJ ~ correc,t,, ,Sigrmd: D. K. BAI.~,H, Ci~ty Treasurer. This new Fund will enable you to exchange one or more stocks in which you have large, unrealized profits for a diversified, profes- sionally managed account of common stocks of investment quality. You will not, in the opinion of counsel, incur a capital gain tax at the time of the exchange. This exchange offer is available only for a fimited time. You may participate if you hold acceptable securities with large capital gains having a market value of $25,000 or more. A descriptive Prospectus may be obtained by calling, visiting us or by writing: WALTER J. CAMPBELL MANKATO, KANSAS 66956 1966 - TORONADO, with power and air 1965 - MERCURY 2 dr. Hard Top 1964. OLDS 4 dr. with power and air 1964 - PONTIAC 4 dr. with power. 1961. PONTIAC 4 dr. with power and air. 1958 - OLDSMOBILE Res. Phone FR 8-3452 Registered Representative Columbian Securities Corp. Topeka, Kansas 66603 1965 - G. M. C. ton Pickup. 1958 - I. H. C. ton Pickup 1949 - CHEV. ton, new motor with stock racks and hoist. Please send me, without obllgetlon~ Prospectus on Fiduciary Exchange Fund. NEW OLDS . PONTIACS IN STOCK Name .........~..............__~.~ Address ................................ City ............................ Stsbl ................ II III ...... Love and Mr. Glenn Rightmei- er called last week on Mrs. ttattie Love. Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilbeck were his nephew, Mr. Loren Petting, Mrs. Petting and chil- dren of Kensington. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wiley of ,lewell, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Rothchild, Mrs. Cloyd M. My- e)'ly and Mrs. Will Lagergren have visited Mrs. Mattie Metz within the past few days. The Reverend Mr. Paul 'lemple, Pastor of the Formo- so Community Church, took charge of the Jan. 15 Sunday service for us. Mrs. Temple led the singing. Miss Sarah Baird was the pianist. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hills and Mrs. W. G. Hills left Friday for Denver to attend the an- nual Stock Show. Mrs. W. G. Hills remained for a longer ~is~t at the home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Dick Long, and fam- ily in Wheat Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Langer ;rod Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I'urcell and Bradley of Superior, Nebr. attended the funeral of Roland Price, Jan. 7. Mrs. Purcell and Bradley remained a week longer with her sister and family. Calling on Mr. and Mrs. H. M. l'angborn this week were Mr. and Mrs. James John and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Frost of Esbon, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Swartz of Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modlin of Burr Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose ,ff Ionia. Mrs. Gene Barrett and Kyle of Randall were visiting Mon- day afternoon at the Darus Henningsen home while Mr. Barrett was transacting busi- ness in town. Jerry David & Emil drove to Loup City, Saturday where Emil ed a Zato Heir Hereford from the Zero Ranch. This ranch in the United States i~ production of registered tle last year. In the list of out of latives and friends, tended the Sam Mizner eral, which is printed first section of the week, the following were unintentionally Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hebron, Nebr., Eldon Mankato, and Mr. and D. Fisher, Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles at the Buffalo Roam. Mr Mrs. Hale's fiftieth anniversary was on They received many and letters of con from relatives and Mrs. Charlie Love of:~ had major surgery Jan. 12, at the Hospital in Red Cloud, doing as well as can petted. Her dau Leonard Meyer of Mrs. Glenn Ri Mankato have been mother daily. Mrs. turned home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hancock of Ashland, were Wednesday guests of their Mrs. Grace Hancock. were on their way to huska. Okla. for winter ing. Raymond will Grand Island at the of the Nebraska horse season. He will then the Kentucky tracks. THE POSTPONED FLOYD MAY WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, JANUARY 21 Starting at 1:00 O'Clock AT TttE FARM SOUTHEAST OF In case of bad weather, the Sale will be held Saturday,, January 28 Phone JU 7-2191 BURR OAK, OUR ItARDWARE STOCK MADE IN HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF TIIE FOLLOWING ITEMS: Stock Tanks, a,ll sizes from 4 to 8 ft. Hog Feeders, round, 55 bu. Pig Feeders, 10 bu. A good stock Bolts, sizes from 3/16" up 1 all cut threads. Plenty of Cap Screws, lots of sizes, and fine threads. Barn Door Track and Rollers. Eank Heaters - special price. Tractor Mower Parts - sickles, guards, tions, rivets, etc. Cultivator Sweeps. Log Chains, all kinds and sizes in bulk. Sprocket Steel Chain. Roller Chain - not foreign made. Steel Posts, he.a vy. Barb Wire. All sizes Smooth Wire. Electric Fencers, Posts and Wire. Nail and Fence Staples, 17c-16c, in 50-lb, tons. Scoops, Spades, Pitch Forks. Repair Handles for everything. All kinds Ladders - wood and aluminugj' Sherwin-Williams Paints and Oils. Wrenches - lots of good w, renches. Sockets - V._," and drive. Tarps - good sizes. Guns and Ammunition. Watches- Clocks - Steam Irons. Thermos Jugs and Kitchen Ware. (/': 7: t t.. , ,;.