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PAGE 6B I the weekend of Mrs. Emma I Joerg. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fetrow of ......... t Portland Oregon were calling wawalta welt / . ' ..... i on xrtenas m Eormoso Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simmons/day afternoon. They were and family of Belleville, Mr. [enroute to Cedar and Norton, and Mrs, D:m Simmons and family of Courtland and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nitcher and daughter of Concordia were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simmons. Even- tng visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Orville James and Mrs, Vernie Emigh. Mrs. Iterbert Ross is a sur- gical patient in tim Belleville hospital Mrs, M. J. t:'eters was dismissed Thursday from the hospital and is convales ring at her home. Kenneth Huber, Sr.. remains in the hospital and is making a satis- factory recovery from a re cent heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes, Sarah and Frances McCune attended the funeral of Mrs. Jessie Abel on Satur- day afternoon at the Methodist church in Burr Oak. Later they drove to Superior, Nebr. and called on Mrs. Mary Hughes at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home. Callers the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler were: Mrs. Katherine Grimes and grand daughter. D/anna Eaton of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keeler, Jul/e and Jeff, Mrs. Agnes Balch and Mrs. Dessie Stansbury. Mrs. Bessie Tipton of Re- public and Mr. Raymond~ JOhnson of Belleville were supper guests Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias. Mrs. Violet Howland was hostess to the Mystic Circle Club at her home Thursday afternoon with 15 members pt'esent. Mis Elaine Patrick W~S the honor guest and was pl'esented with a pair of beau ttftfl table lamps for her new home. Other gue.ts were Mrs Gladys Clark of Courtland, Mrs Nelson Stainbrook Mm aeapolis, Mrs, Ray Howland, Leonardville, Kansas. Mrs. Wayne Berneking, Milford, Kansas, Mrs. Howard Patrick Mrs. Carl Florell and Mrs. $tella Patrick. Nice refresh- ments were served by the hos- teSS. Mr. and Mrs. David Peter- son, Sherry and Mike of Hays wer guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Doxon. Krohler Nelson of Natoma. Kansas, a former Jewell COl~ty resident and well known in thl~,, community, was the victim ot:a fatal heart at- tack, Memorial services were held in Natoma Saturday af- terneon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris from here were in at- tendance. Mrs. Stella Detrexhe of Con cordla was a house guest over Kansas to visit relatives. Mrs. Robert McFarlane and lass of Santa Barbara, Calif., Mrs. Keneth ttuber, Sr., and Mrs. R. C. Stafford were din- ner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weir of Belleville. When Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias entered their home on Sunday morning, January 15 after being away most of the day, they were held at gun point by two escapees from the Nebraska Boys Training School at Kearney, Nebr. The boys had entered the Tobias t~ome earlier, ransacked the house, and helped themselves 1o some food. Mr. and Mrs. Tobias were unharmed, and the boys made their get away in tim Tobias 1962 model ear. The escapees, ages 17 and 18, were captured later in the evening at Btaden, Nebr. Mrs. Clayton Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and Miss Florence Nelson drove to Kansas City on Wednesday, on a combined business and plea- sure trip for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dun- stan left here early Friday morning for Phoenix, Ariz. where they will spend the re- mainder of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Apple- by were supper guests Satur- day evening of Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Chadd at Courtland. On Friday evening they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Erickson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stransky of Munden spent Sunday af- ternon and .evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Magnusson. Mr. and Mrs. Bob I)oxon & sons of Jewell were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyall Doxon. , The Ladies Aid held an all day meeting Wednesday, with a corned dish luncheon. Mrs. Paul Temple and daughter, Lorel, were guests. Mrs. Louella Snyder enter- tained the Tuesday Ten club at her home Tuesday after- noon. Invited guests were: Mrs. Avis Crawford, Mrs, Elizabeth Sheahan and Joan. Following the business session. "Bingo" was the afternoon entertainment. Mrs. Sheahan won tim hostess package. Nice refreshments were served by the hostess. The Community bridal shower, held Saturday after- noon, honoring Miss Elaine Patrick, bride-elect of Mr. Eugene Clark, was attended by about 65 relatives and friends. Hostesses were Elaine's classmates in the 1965 graduating class from the Montrose High School, and their mothers. They were assisted by Mrs. Vera Demp- sey and Miss Ruth Jones. Fol- lowing a nice program and contests, Elaine opened her many pretty packages. The American Legion Aux iliary met Friday afternoon at the legion hall, with Mrs. Helen ttigbee and Mrs. I)ean Dewey an hostesses. Tim re gular business session was conducted by Mrs, Dewey, the acting president, and Mrs. Ethel Hyde, secretary and treasurer, The ladies are planning a chicken and hot biscuit supper in the near future. 10 members were pre sent. Mr. and Mrs. Chn'k llow land and son, Terry, have moved to their new home, tit(, former home of his brother, Mr, and Mrs. Ruy Iiowhmd and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson and son, Paul, of Saline and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ,lones o[ Esbon were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes. The Andersons later called on Sarah and Frances McCune. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Studer were Junior Studer and Mrs. Alice Clark and daughter of Con cordia. Mrs. Roy Weir of Belleville and Mrs. Robert McFarlane and daughter, Lisa, of Santa Barbara, Calif. were Tuesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stafford and family Jim Weir made a trip to Kansas City last week for a medical check-up at the Kan- sas Medical Center. Mrs. Georgia Stafford was hostess to tile Happy tlour Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Lynn Volker and Mrs. Theresa Howell. The afternoon was spent socially. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark drove to Burr Oak Sunday af ternoon and visisted her grandmother. Mrs. Edythe Clark. Mr. Iterbert Ross and daughters, Barbara and Laura and Mrs. Kenneth ttuher, Sr. were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hoard L)f Courtland. In the afternoon they all visited Mrs. tterbert Ross and Mr. Kenneth thd)er, Sr. at the Belleville hospital. Mrs. Nelson Stainbrook of Minneapolis spent Thursday through Friday with her mo ther, Mrs. Maude Howland. Mrs. Roy Baskins, a patient in the Beloil hospital, is re )orted as being some better. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Rom ue and daughters of Kearney, Nebr.~ were house guests over the weekend of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Percy Jepson. The Community bridal shower held Saturday after- DR4CO DRACOI 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 Y, Lt i Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.D.I.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 _ALL II IIIII I noon, honoring Miss Elaine Patrick, bride-elect of Mr. Eugene Chtrk, was attended by ahout 65 relatives and friends. The serving table was decorated in yellow and white, the chosen colors for the wed- drag, which ',',rill take I)laee on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 5, at the Formuso C(mununity Church. A large yellow and while parasol was suspended above the gift table, with yel- low and white slreanlers. Re- f,'eshments in keeping with the (,olor sc'hc,me were served by the l'ollox~ing hostesses: Mrs. Ada Mohler, Mrs. Becky ttuher, Mrs. Beuhlh ttowland and (hmghtcr, Clelia, Mrs. Ruth tloldren and Betty, Mrs. th,lh Tyler, Mrs. Clarice Pe- teete, Mrs. Ruth Jones and Mary Ruth, Mrs. Elizabeth Sheahan and Joan, Mrs. Ethel l)unigan and Rosalea, and Mrs. VeLa Dempsey and Kay. Jessie Almeda Abel-Obituary C0UmV R CORD,s she was forced to give up Jessie Ahn(,da Abel, daugh- ter of Nancy Jane Teeter Bell and Ge(trge Washington Bell, was born I)ec. 15, 1888, at l)eep River, Iowa. She passed away Jan. 19, 1967, at St. .htsel)h's lh)spital in Coneord- in, Kansas at the age of 78 years, 1 month and 4 days. She came to Kansas with her parents in 1905; here they established a home in the east part of Burr Oak and Jessie attended school for a time. Following her motlaer's sudden death, she quit school to assume tile care of the fam- ily left at Imme. When she was a young lady. she began working as a clerk for the local Convis and Mod- lin Mercantile Company, which over tile ensuing years be- came Convis and Abel and then the Thompson and Abel Mercantile Company. l)uring the time she was em- ployed by the Convis and Abel firm she was married to John Henry Abel on Feb. 17, 1927. They established their home in Burr Oak. To tiffs union ~ere born Iwo sons, George Frederick and John Henry. Jessie and ttenry's home was also the home of her father, George Bell, until his death in 1941). The Mercantile firm of Thompson and Abel was dis- soh'ed in 1936; and the Abels, who desired to rear their sons in the country, moved to the farm northeast of Burr Oak. Following the death of her husband on May 17, 1944, Jes- sie and her sons moved back to Burr Oak. She worked at "fartous business places on main street, and in 1946 when the trot Lunch Program was started in the schools, she was employed as a cook. She served this program in var- ious capacities until 1956 when she retired. Jessie was an active mem- ber of the Church of the Brethren until it disbanded. Following this she worshipped at the Methodist Church. She was a member of the Ameri- can l,egion Auxiliary No. 263. the Harrison Helping Hand Club. the Country Club and of aousekeeping in 1960; her re- maining years were spent at the Sunset Infirmary in Con- cordia, Kans. Jessie enjoyed life to its fullest extent; her smile, her laughter, her jolly disposition, and her rich voice will be re- membered by those who knew her. She made friends easily, and her entire life was a test- imony of her loyalty, her kind- ness, her concern for others, and her sincere Christian faith. She remained uncom- plaining during her lingering illness and took great joy in her family, especially her two granddaughters. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband. one brother, John Franklin Bell, and her three sis- ters, Mary Garrett, Louella Sheppard and Bessie Thaeker. Surviving are her two sons, George Frederick Abel of Col oracle Springs, Colo. and John Henry Abel of Burr Oak, KmL : two daughters-in-law, Caryl :and Susan; and two grand ~daughters, JoSean and Eliza- beth Dianne. She also leaves a number of nieces, nephews, one sister-in law, Anna Abel Vaughan of Gloucester, Va., one brother- in-law, A. T. Thompson of were: Mr. and Mrs. George F. Abel and doSean of Colora- do Springs, Colo.; A. T. Thompson, Junction City; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Franco, Ken- sington; Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Simons, Valley Falls; Miss Peggy Simons and Mrs. Ro bert Carter of Topeka; SM- Sgt. and Mrs. M. G. Simons and family of Scott AFB, I11 inois: Mr. and Mrs. Ghqm I Howie and Gayle of Gypsun.; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley tlmvi Salina; Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Longsine. Hendley, Neh~'. : Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newlin, Mr. and Mrs. E, E. l'enner, Mrs. Etta Foster, Mrs, Law- rence Roe, Mr. and Mrs. liar ry L. Wilbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Pangborn, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Frye and Mary, L. E. Weltmer, F. R. Fair, Mrs. Boyd Silshy, Mrs. Jack Bradrick,and Richard I,. Diamond, all of Mankato; Mrs. Ida F. I,ivingood, For rest Livingood and Mrs. Min hie Ladwig of Belleville; Miss Edna Masters, Beloit: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones, Tillie Pab node, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Black of Esbon; Mr. and Mrs. Mi ehael Dillon of Enaporia: Mr and Mrs. Jerome McCole/. Smith Center; Mr. anti Mrs Gall C. Hudiburgh, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis of Superior. Nebr.; Mrs. Keith McKeown of Webber; Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Brown of Saline; Miss- es Sarah and Frances Mc Cune and Mr. and Mrs. Clay- ton ttughes of Formosu. CARD OF THANKS Junction City, Kans. and many friends. Though parting brings us sorrow, if we but under- stand We'll know our dear departed dwell in a fairer land; This home fulfills God's promise, "Lo, you are not alone." We wish to take this means Here there is life eternal with to express out" sincere appre- pain and grief unknown, elation for all the tlunlghtful Lord. give us faith unfaltering ness shown to us during the to place our hands in Thine illness and passing of ou,' And know Thy love which Mother. The flowers, Memor- changes the mortal to ial contributions, cards and divine kind words meant so much. --Obituary and poem pre- Nc especially thank the pared by a friend of the fam-lW.S.C.S, for the lunch at the ily, Edna Masters. ehurch and the Anlerican Le Memorial services were held gion Auxiliary for helping at at the Burr Oak Methodist Church, Burr Oak, Kans. on Jan. 21, 1967, at 2:90 o'clock with the Rev. G. R. i p.m., Alsobrooks officiating. Music was furnished by Curtis Jeff- cry, Kermit Jeffery, Ardean; Jeffery, Johnny Dillon and Mrs. Don Diehl as organist. Casket bearers were Law- rence Davis, Roy E. Brandon, Judd Gillett, James S. Mc- Cormick, Art Aspegren and Dew Stansbury. Interment was made in the Burr Oak Cemetery Kramer Funeral Home was in charge of the ar- rangements. the house. These many kind nesses will surely never be forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Ahel and JoSean Mr. and Mrs. John If. Abel and Elizabeth Salina -- The dean's list for the first semester at Mary mount College includes 78 stw dents. The senior class led with 41 members making the selec' list. There were 17 juniors, 1:~ sophomores alld seven fresh men. To make the dean's list. a Out of town relatives and student must have a grade friends attending the service,point average of at least 2.4. JANUARY 29TH SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON .......... lb. 69c SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRANKS ....... lb. 55c BOOK MATCHES ................................. only 5c GRAPEFRUIT-PINEAPPLE various other organizations, DRINK ..................................................... only 29c Because of failing health. ARLAND','; :APITAL GAIN, BURR OAK A PROBLEM ? Open Evenings, Sundays I IIIIICIAItY ":'"" CAN J(: (ttewest el the Group of ) U [xchanp Funds Managed by Vance, Sanders & Co., Inc.) This new Fund will enable you to The 32,500 smartest, thriftiest exchange one or more stocks ia which you have large, unrealized best informed families a in profits for a diversified, profes- sionally managed account of ,nd common stocks of investment Central and Northwest Kansas quality. You will not, In the opinion of by subscribing now to counsel, incur a capital gain tax at the time of the exchange. This exchange offer is available only for a limited time. You may participate if you hold acceptable securities with large capital RATES gains having a market value of $25,000 or more. A descriptive Prospectus may be obtained by calling, visiling us or by writing- WALTER J. CAMPBELL MANKATO, KANSAS 66956 Res. Phone FR 8-3452 Registered Representative Columbian Securities Corp. Topeka, Kansas 66603 " ;~e ~'s~ se'nd "m;7 ;it-hour o"b I"I~,o " 11 .......................... /I One Year .................. $12.00 Six Months .............. 7.00 One Month .............. 1.25 or Subscribe through THE JEWELL COUNTY RECORD For Carrier Service in Mankato, Phone Wade Alexander, FR 8.3138 Lynda, Mindy or Trela Rafferty, FR 8-3208 Box 779, Saline, Kansas 67401 I THURSDAY, JANUARY = The average is computed on a basis of 3 points per A, 2 points per B, and 1 point per The list includes: Judy Ahl- vers, Mankato. Mrs. E. E. Ransom The Benefit Card Party held at the Legion Hall in Esbon ,Saturday night was well at- tended and we hope the pro- ceeds will do some good for the i)ay Care Center for re- tarded children at Smith Cen- ter. The high school youngsters out this way attended a party I'or Stmron Voboril Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Max Ball went to Manhattan Saturday to see their son, Eddy, who is going to college there. Eddy is ~rie~ing over tile death of one of his roommates from Abi- lene. These twu boys have been together for all of their s~ aool years and ,now the third year of college and this one n;Id emergelley surgery a short time ago and just after the finish, his heart stopped beating, but skillful massage had revived him, only to lose him later. Services and burial were at Abilene today (Mon- day). Mrs. Rose Sheard Johns of Esbon had word that a sister of hers in Missouri had pass ed away. She has our sym- pathy. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen went t,t Jamestown Sunday to see their daughter and family, Mrs. I'hyllis tlake. They re- port Ll~e aflieted son, Richard, very h)w, and a phone call this Monday morning tells them he ib not expected to live through the day, Judy Hillman will ~ grandmother, Mrs. back down to Jamest also Jimmy Hake, ~1~ come home with them to help Mr. Bossen ~il~ work. We are sorry to Mrs. Lily Vestal of be buried today at was the mother of burn Henningsen, who live here in our We sympathize with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mike ~n~ net and Mr. and MrS. ~. Henningsen were gues~l~ Ed Loomis home in Sunday evening. :i Mrs. Lorena Pate dren, Mrs. Ollie Ra Joe Moore went down ~[" coln Co. to visit with t~l__ Pate family. Mr. andA~ Calvin Hawkins and.~ were there also. TheifIF~It was almost all gon~ there by evening. Coffee For Cathy K Mrs. Helen Hul'fm4 Alcie Stedman and M.rI thy Parsons entertain! a coffee for Mrs. Cathy~ who is moving to W.ia~ the Huff man home 4 Wednesday 18. The guests were Mrs. Walter Basel, moved to the was welcomed and with a corsage. ed a going away gift best wishes of all happiness in her new 1~:10 I) ANNUAL PIONEER DINNER SATURI)AY, JANUARY 28, 1967 i ii Legion Hail, Esbon, Kansas Serving stsrts at 11:30 Menu: lIam and Beans, Beef and Potat Chicken and Noodles American Legion Auxiliary Mi BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION --- OPERAIt UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVISION Due to the stormy weather Wednesday of last we had a much smaller run of livestock ThursdSY 19. The market on all classes of cattle sold higl~ the exception of butcher cows. We sold one se~ black angus stock cows at $224.00 per head. TheSe calves and light yearling steers were selling fron~ to $30.00. We will have a much larger run this ' Thursday with several large consignments already Listed below are some of our sales from Thursday tin:Bill Smies, Courtland, 6 whitefaced steers, avgl y 504, at $27.90; Andrew Stafford, Formoso, 4 W steers, avg. weight 532, at $28.05; Art Brenfoeder A' 2 shorthorn steers, avg. weight 720, at $24.90; ;~ Hoops, Byron, 1 black whitefaced steer, weight ~.'~ $25.30; Roy Elliott, Republic, 4 whitefaced steer~.~ weight 635, at $25.85; Vaden Kramer, Superior, 44 faced heifers, avg. weight 786, at $23.25; TonY@;1 Mankato, I whitefaced steer, weight 390, at $29.~,' | Smies, Courtland, 3 whitefaced heifers- av~ wei~l at $25.40; Andrew Stafford, Formoso, 3" whi~tefac~.j~ avg. weight 737, at $25.30; Lawrence Olsen, Sc~ whitefaced, cow, weight 1370, at $14.90; Don ~'l Nelson, 1 holstein cow, weight 1380, at $14.70; ,w~t~ sen, Nelson, 1 whitefaced cow, weight 1260, at~.~i Lawrence Olsen, Scandia, 1 corn fed young coW, 1190, at $21.90; Merlin Pohlmeier, Deshler, 1 r~,J weight 1250, at $14.40; Don Geibers, Nora, 1 Wl~.'YM~'~ cow, weight 1320, at $14.50; Richard Jensen, Oak,~ cow, weight 895, at $15.80; Leslie Erickson, | black bull, weight 1430, at $20.10; Richard I~'i public, 2 corn fed heifers, avg weight 920, at $22J, Farrell, Courtland, 15 'whitefaced heifers, av~ wei~i~ at $22.00; Paul Koester, Deshler, 2 whitefa~'ed co~ weight 1025, at $15.40; Herman Pohlman, HebrO~ ! cow, weight 1225, at $14.50. .J HOGS" Carl Abram, Jewell, 38 white njgs at ~$1 per head; "Roger Genzmer, Deshler, 27 sinai(pigs at [] per head; Ralph Mellott, Superior, 8 hemp pigs per head; Hale Bros., Hardy, 22 white hogs, avg2,w~ 129, at $21.40; Clarence Simmons, Burr Oak, -| pigs at $15.50 per head. J Many more sales of both cattle and hogs. ! est prices for your livestock, consign your next to the McKee Sales Co. at Superior where you wffd less shrink on your cattle and you will find a f~ ing auction and plenty of buying power on ban , ,J classes of stock. For more information about prJ,~ in touch with us and we will come look at the~.. ! free to call collect when consigning your livestO | SUPERIOR, NEBR. Gordon McKee, Owner, Superior, Nebr., phone H. M. Jensen, Manager mui auctioneer ="J Tune in to KRFS at 7:10 or to KMMJ at 7:30 on morning for cons/gnment information for our sale': ii "- ' " e :' : '" :'";'}" I ' [