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January 23, 1964     Jewell County Record
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January 23, 1964

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23. 1964 JeweD CO. Ileeolt~IL. ~ ~ PaGZ -- :he area and dinner at a cafe - there. Gerald has recently campier- /, ~+-~ ,~, ~', ~~ ,~:~ _d a ni/,ht course Ir:;m the Dal~ LOVONA BARTLEY Ca:nagie School and had received a book and a pin award for 1st ..................... p:ace for a speech hu had given. of the men folks of this G, ratd ~s a ~raduat:, of K-State the supper and meet- ~.~ct has a very go:+d position at evenmg at Esbon.D:catur. by the Walker Grain Oak E_~bzn and Otego. and .Mrs. Jerry Sutton of a~e me proud parents son. John Th~;mas who .Jan. 15. 1963. weighmg 5 8 oz. The proud matcrnm are Mr. and Mrs. Mites and maternal great are J~e Wierenga at and Meyer ~iiles of To- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miles )eke on Sunday to visit NIrs. Meyer Miles and on to Kansas City and ,Mrs. spend some time wRh and family. Rose of Beloit spent the with her parents. Mr. Adam Rose. Loomis. who attends With- College, visited his over the week-end. and Mrs. Gordon Alcorn ac- IMr. and ~Mrs. Kenneth and Debbie and Jack A1- Mankato to Aurora. Nebr.. ,to ascend a basketball 'b . + et.ween Aurora and Ord. Trubey is coach of the Ord won the game. Anderson and Trey the week-end in Topeka vis- the Bob Anderson home. Grade School boys and the boy~ played basketball at Friday afternoon, wi~h winning 37 to 8. Lee Bar~ley and Darrell Supermr were Sunday and rMrs. Glenn BarS- Gall. Sipe passed away morning at ire Commun- after being a patient several months. She two sons, Cloral and of the Dentonia and Clomer and wife. of NIontrese. als0 5 grand- and several gr=a~t grand- Mrs. Sipe faithfully at- Church as long as her bea'lth and was loved by all. the little children. She in the Sunday S?hco! years, and also had a children at her home. We our sympat~hv to her fam- Ahlvers has finished her .training at Osawatomie gut will cor~tinue to work she begins her addi- ~oolir~g. Tegley and Mrs. Gary and Tirzah Kay called afternoon a,t fine Rolla and ~Mrs. KetCh Kincheloe ef Colo.. visited relatives week. They had just re- from an enj,oyable vacation California. I~ud Zadina and children at the ,Roy Van WRy had gone to Washing- be with his parents, Frank Zadina, as his is critically iN at this writ- a~cl Mrs. Dean Leonard and Were dinner guests Wed- of Mr, ,and Mrs. R,o~a had fallen and chip~ Mrs. Glen Kinehelce. Keith Kin- uh~ive a+d Mrs. Jes:: Crum took Mrs. Bob Slaughter aud Vashti to Kansas City cn Wednesday, where -h:.v took a TqqA jot to Wa:-,~hing- ton. D. C.. to join their husband :.ad father. Bob Slaughter who is ~tationed there. We know that Grandpa and Grandma miss little Mi~s Va.~hti Kathryn very much Mr. and 3/its. Gerald Ballet were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Cden Kineheloe. The students of ~he various eel- loges will be home this week for~ a .shsrt vacation between semes+ ers, Mr, and Mrs. Rolla Dietz and ;herri drove to Ellsworth on Thursday evening and were supper gues:s cf ~Mr. and Mrs, Lynn Dietz a,:d boys. Happy Hour Club Despite ,blowing snow. every I member .of the Happy Hour ClubI ,,net at the home of Lucille Frost ; for the first meeting cf the new year, Jan. 8. Club was called to })rder by staging the club sor~g. At:or roll call. the minu:es of the la ,t meeting were read. Th~ new business was taken care of. The club voted to make , donation to ~he Polio Fund. Election of offic- ers was he~d wi~,h the following re- suits: P~esident, Edith Reinert; Vice~President, Pearl Sehroder; Sec.-Treas.. Dorothy Frost: Son,~ Leader. Ernestine Kindler: and Reocrt'er, Lucil!e Fro~:. During recreation, Nina Beam won the ,guess box, Vyonda Fro~t got the travelir~g prize. The rrst ef ~he afternoon wa~ ~'pent playin~ ~itah with Dorothy Fro,t and ~or~thy Dodd gettin.g high and P>w score. After rofre-'hmen+s wore ~erved. the meetin~ adjourned '.o meet with Vera Frost ]n throe weeks, Jan. 29. Reporter. L. F, N.F.O. NEWS Ike Eilert, Pub. Chron. Ken Stofferhan, NrF.O. Director [r m .Sc, uth Do,kern. spoke in the ,Mankato Armory buP, din, g Wed- nesday evenmg, Jan. 15. in behalf of N.F.O. maximum organization- al effo~t. As big as N.F.O. is on a naUenal basis, possibly 'he biggest organization ef farmers. ~ccordirr~ to s)me Kansas farm editors, we intend to double cur stren+g~h in the nex*t few months. Banker Rossiter of Hardington, Nebr., gives the family farm.::r only two years t!me .to umte re- gard'less of politics. Also. Ca.liter- nia "risk capital" is ready to move o SAN SAUCE -./~ : ~[]~~ ~ ...... 10" diam. q'/4 n. ~; +.:+[::++-~ ~ I,' /+~+---"-~.':~--+++"~ " N+ more guessing, EGG ~+ "~-~ ~::)'"+ .,.,2 1f.] "~+i' + ~.IF)++':~_~.,+++"~ ....-v