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JANUARY Forrest Howard Mrs. Leroy Lewis Nebr. and Mr. and Alexander had at Superior on Wednes- 8Uchsland of Lenora SatUrday dinner guest lad Mrs. Lester Suchs- amily. Mrs. Everett Ter- Mr. and Mrs. Maag to Hastings on vhere they all visited at the Mary )ital. Mrs. Lawrence Roe Etta Foster of Man- Mrs. Lottie Myers ers at the Arby Cole week. and Mrs. Quentin Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Abel and JoSean of Springs, Colo., Mr. Lowell McNichols and Mrs. Lela Dill- Wilton were Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frye and Mary. Mr. Mike Dillon of Era- afternoon callers. McCormick was afternoon caller on Gard. and Mrs. M. G. Si- irls of Illinois, Mr. George Abel and Colorado Springs, Mr. and Mrs. John Elizabeth were Fri- g supper guests of Douglas Gillett. Mrs. V. L. Oldfield in Salina visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mrs. Larry Waeker of Edgar, Nebr. dinner guests of Mrs. Philip Under- and Mrs. Newell Alex- boys of Mankato supper guests of Mrs. Elmer Alexan- Mrs. Halsey Pang- were callers Modlin home the Smith and SUperior were Sun- guests of Mr. and Myers. Mrs. Everett Ter- Saturday evening vi- Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Hawkins was a guest at the Jr. home. Mrs. Eddie Hall of Smith Center supper guests of trs. Wayne Under- Mrsr." Carold Van and Mrs. Opal Roes- :loris attended a spe- Vice at the First I the Nazarene in Sa- anday, n d Mrs Jake McDo - S " unday afternoon a Mrs. Helen McNi- t Merrill. :eith Pair and boys Bess Pair spent Sat- Hastings. fi Mrs. Walter Dillon ~and Mrs. John Dillon, 1 Diane were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lulu Mrs. Forest Foster evening guests Korb home. Mrs. Russell Lewis evening supper the Bob Throup Center. Mrs. Richard Mont- family of Guide Sunday dinner and Mrs. Dallas Terry. Mr. and were af- Hughes of Man Roy Headley afternoon in on business. David Warner of Wichita. ~r of Larned. and Voss and Ro- EVERy MONTE disabled. See Union agen Income In, NATIONAL 81JRANC~B 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO KANSAS , PAGE 311 berta Harman of Manhattan were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Warner and Oscar. Mrs. Mertie Wilson of I,c- banon, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kindler of Esbon and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alexander were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Alexander and girls in honor of Kathy's birthday. Linda Garman was a Friday overnight guest of Sylvia Mod- lin. After the ball game on Friday evening the Don Mod- lins and Linda Garman had birthday cake and ice cream at the Cecil Modlins in honor of Sylvia's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tatum at Barnard. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson and boys and Mrs. Nettle Johnson were Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. Kathryn Wal- ter at Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. George Abel and Jo Scan of Ci)lorado Springs, Colo. were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs Lela Dillon, and Wihna. They~ were here to attend the fun :ral services for his mother, Vlrs. Jessie Abel. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bauer, 3avid and Nancy of Clay Cen ter and Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown andn family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gar- ton of Webber were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Perry England. John McCormick came Wed- nesday from Emporia State College to spend the semester break with his parents, Mr and Mrs. James McCormick. He and a college friend at tended the wedding of another college friend in Medicine Lodge on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Gates were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modlin. M/Sgt. and Mrs. M. G. Si mons and girls of Scott Air Base in Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simons of Valley Fails, Kans.. Miss Peggy Simons of Topeka, Mrs. Bob Carter of Ozawkie, Kans. and Mr. and Mrs. John Gleason. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Benbow were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dillon of Emporia and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell were Saturday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Frye and Mary at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oldfield and family of Lawrence and Bill Ohlfiehi of Emporia spent the weekend in the V. L. Old- field and Ona Williamson homes. Mr'. and Mrs. Aielt Lupkes of Ilastings and Mr. and Mrs. Stanh,y E've,'slin and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Marie Everson and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Under- wood were I,'riday guests in the James Calder home in tlardy. Nebr. The Cozy Supper Club met al. the home (if M['. and Mrs. Ehner Alexander on Saturday evening. Lester Sucilsland entered the t~roadstone tlospital in Super- ior on Sunday evening for ob- servation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meeker and Mr. and Mrs. Carl LaRuc of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers were Sunday evening supper guests at the Harve Decker home in h(,,ior of Floyd My- ers' and Glenn Bennett's birth- days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blew were Sun(l;ly dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blew and family lit Mankato. Charlie Lewis, Lottie Myers, Mr. Lynn I,ewis. IAnda and Danny and Mr. and Mrs. John Parsons were Thursday even- ing dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs (i;,le "l'c~ley in honor of Danny's birthday. Mr, and Mrs. Lester Bausch visited Mrs. Vida Burkholder at the Sprague Rest Home in Red Cloud, Nebr. on Friday evening, Cheryl Platt was a weekend guest in the home (,f her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt. and Mike. Mrs. Nettle John- son was a dinner guest on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jeffery Mrs. Dan Franco and girls of and Mr, and Mrs. tIomer Kensington were weekend Grubbs visited Curt Terrill at guests in the Douglas Gillett the Mary Lanning Hospital in home, ttastings on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Pugh Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cock- and Steele, Mrs. Linda LaClef roft and Janice, Mr, and Mrs. and Scotty and Johnny Os- Mitchic Wocrner and Arnold trum of Belleville were Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar New- afternoon visitors of Mr. and lin of Mankato were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ion Thursday. Erich Penner, the occasion be-[ Carla Hughes was a Friday ing the birthdays of Mrs. Cock- Jsupper guest at the Richard roft and Mrs. Woerner. [Frasier home. Mrs. Ivan Mr. and Mrs. Joy Michael[Hughes called later in the ev- and Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Haw- ening. kins were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Price and Mr. and Mrs. Kris Kuhn of Salina and Leslie Suchsland were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Spatz of Hays, Art Spatz of Jewell, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz and family. Carla Garman was a Wed- . ] nesday visitor in the home of her grandparents, Mr. andI Mrs. W, G. Decker Carla] was home for the semester[ break from Ft. Hays State College. Mrs. Mollie Davis passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Grace Birch., in Intercession City, Fla. on Sunday. Mrs. Davis had made her home there after Oct. 1. Funeral services will be held~ at the Nazarene Church on Friday afternoon, The W.C.T.U. met with Mrs, Jake McDonnel on Tuesday with 9 members present. Mrs. Olive Miller of Cald- well, Ida., Mrs. Robert Korb, Mr. Arby Cole, Mr. and Mrs.: Loren Lowell of Glen Elder, Mr. and Mrs. Aielt Lupkes of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley Everson and family of Juniata. Nebr., Mrs. Milford Ost. Mr. and Mrs. Herbie Doud, Mrs. Marie Everson and boys, Mrs. Milo Matousek and Mr. and Mrs. Dow Stans- bury were callers at the Clar- ence Pixler home the past week. Mrs. Forrest Dempsey of Formoso was a Friday after- noon visitor in the Elmer Alex- ander home. Mrs. Olive Miller and Mrs. Robert Korb were Tuesday luncheon guests of Mrs. For- est Foster at Zetta's Cafe. SHBSN Larry Suchsland left Thursday for Norfolk, Vs. to resume his Naval duties. ETNSN Leslie Suchsland left Friday for San Diego, Calif. to resume his Navy duties. Mrs. Forest Foster won $5.00 for a color photo she submit- ted to the Salina Journal See and Sell contest. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alex- ander called on Frank Demp- sey at the Belleville hospital Mrs. Don Diehl, Mrs. Jean Fearing, Mrs. Hamer aL'nd Grubbs, Mrs. Loren Fogo Mrs. A. D. Aspegren attended a planning meeting for an ed- ucational resources center at the Buffalo Roam Steak House in Mankato on Monday even- ing. Persons from Mankato, Burr Oak and Esbon were re- presented ,at the meeting. This center will serve schools from eight counties. Shana Ranae Nicks re_- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nicks of Limon, Colo. are the proud parents of a baby girl born Jan. 17. The young lady weighed 6 lbs. 6 ozs. and will answer to the name of Shana Ranae. She has one brother, : Scotty, to help welcome her. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Nicks of Limon, Colo. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korb of Mankato and Mrs. Doris Gra- ham of Limon, Colo. Mrs, Harry Sutliff Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ter- rill spent Thursday in Smith Center on business and had a visit with Max. Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDon- nel and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNichols and family called on Mrs. Helen McNichols and Merrill and Mr. Matthews. They have all been ill with colds. The Kramcr ambulance was called Tuesday morning to take Mrs. Grace Haworth to the hospital at Red Cloud. Let- tie Korb and Minnie Sutliff called on Mrs. Haworth Sun- day afternoon. She seemed to be feeling better at this writ- ing. Mrs. Ethel Terrill and Eva Wilson of Jewell called on Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mizner Friday afternon. Martina May was an over- night guest of Gayla Boyles and celebrated her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gar- man of Salina spent the week- end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Garman, and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles and family, and attended church at Olive Hill Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Terrill and Mrs. Curtis Terrill spent Sunday afternoon with Curtis at the hospital. Cathy and I Miriam were guests of Dewey and Colleen Terrill. Becky was a dinner guest in the Ri- chard Gates home, Mr. and Mrs. Let) Obert call- ed on Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mizner Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ter- rill called on Curtis Terrill Monday at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Abel and JoSean of Colorado Springs,! Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Brown of Salina and Mrs. Lela Dillon and Wilma called at the Lowell McNichols home Saturday evening. Debbie Jeff- cry spent the evening while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ly- lc Jeffery, visited Curtis Ter- rill at the hospital in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles called on Mr. Newell Davis and Mr. Art Lichty of Man kate at the Veterans' Hospital in Grand Island Friday and called Sunday afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown. Mr. Clifford Clemet of Den- ver. Colo. is visiting in the Keith Terrill home. Mrs. Wilbur Obert The benefit card party at the American Legion Hall on Saturday night was well at- tended and there were several nice donations for the Day Care Center for retarded chil- dren at Smith Center. It was a pleasure for the hostess and those who helped to have this opportunity to help with such i~ worthwhile cause, Berniece Corrick attended a meeting at Great Bend lind they now have a bill proposed by the Superintendent of Public In- struction to make it manda- tory to provide help for the retarded children. I think this should be boosted by everyone especially by those who have normal children. You'd better thank God for that blessing of children who get~ educated in our schools today, but be broad-minded and concerned enough about the less fortu- nate to see that they get every One side buys you good telephone service at a bargain price. The other plays a vital role in the state's cou- tinued economic growth. In 1967, Southwestern Bell's cons(rtu'tion l)rogram will pump $32 million into our Kausas economy. New buildings, more weather-proofed cable and installation of modern communications equipment are just a few of the construction projects scheduled to insure continua- tion of top-notch tdephone service. This building program calls for everythirlg from bricks m bulldozers, limestone to lumber--plus the skilled manpower to get the job done. There's also the $35 nfillion in wages Southwestern Bell people spend in Kansas tor meat and groceries, shoes and clothing, recreation, gasoline and many other every- day items. These dollars mean more and better paying jobs for thousands in Kansas. The $11-~ million the 'company pays in real estate, sales, earnings and other taxes makes South. western Bell one o1" the state's largest taxpayers, Much of that money comes back to you in better schools, new highways and finer hospitals. Add it all up and you get a grand total of more than $78 million. So you see, that other side to your telephone dollar is important. It rolls on and on . .. helping to build a better Kansas. b.tlmmtom lid opportunity to live useful and I Church basement Sunday ev- normal lives. [ening to a party celebrating I know of two ladies in Es-lher birthday. ben, Berniece Corrick and Lu-] Ruth Obert attended an ad- cille Frost, who have done ev-[visory board meeting at Ma/i- erything possible to i~elp chil-Ikato Monday am. dren who need this special help. Sunday dinner guests of Joe Reinerts were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hall and family and Mrs. Karen Flint and children of Smith Center. Sunday evening supper guests of Wilbur Obcrts were Mr. and Mrs. ,hie Reinert ilnd Paul, Mrs. Lorena Pate, Grcgg and Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Don Whclchel and family. They celebrated Don and Es- ther's birthday. Mark Obert writes home there are 20,000 boys on the base he's on that are waiting for basic training, over-crowd- ed and no I)lacc to put them. Then they keep drafting and they're shl)rt of ntoney to sup port draft. Just doesn't add up. No wonder end of year books for farmers art, all out go. My mother is in tim hospi- tal at Osborne again threaten- ed with al)olhcr heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richards and boys of ltastings were Sunday guests of Ed Clarks. Mr. lind Mrs. Ed Clark at- tended a card party at Bob Kattenberg's Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore were hosts to a card party Saturday evening. Mrs. Ch,ral Sipe has been visiting at Hastings with her daughter. Carolyn Andersen, while John was in Florida to see his mother who I~r;~s ill. Sharon Johanek cntcrtaint'd her class at Eshon Catholic Mable Marihugh entertained the Odessa H.D.U. Monday eV- ening. George Ilesting is on a 15 day leave from the Navy. The Ionia Odessa Local Co1~- ferenee will meet at Odessa instead of Ionia Feb. 1st. Odessa Aid. will meet with Gladys Heller this Thursday afternoon Some above normal temper- atures and some below normal this past week. Don't forget the Pioneer Dinner Jan. 28th at the Esbon American Legion Hall. ~rv- ing starts at 1:30 a.m. All early day dishes. Everyone Is welcome. CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to friends and relatives for cards, gifts, .food and visits while I was in the Sprague Nursing Home. Your kind thoughts will be remem- bered always. --Mrs. Edna Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wilson of tlays spent Friday through Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Nlrs. Woodrow Wilson. III II II SALE RINI I Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 hiankato, Kansas I /, "IT SAYS,'GEr A qUALIfY FRONI-ENB ALIGNMENT AT YOU CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS 0NE-STOP FEATURED SERVICE DECEMBER . 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