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• adJane May. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ptatt on dinner guests of Mrs. VerlaMr. aria bits. tiaroidMoh- birthdays, wa~ taaen to tile iiospital in We don't get out much any- L ltOnorable Mention (3.2- Tuesday afternoon. Roe. ler of Formoso visited Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Knight Saltna, remained there and had more, so always glad to hear ~):. 8th grade, Rtta Hajny,Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Cedy Volker of Burr Oak nesday with Mr, and Mrs. and Kttza, Mrs. Smullins, and a pacemaker put In. He Isfrom any of them. Sharon ~= Jeffery and Eugene Mor- Boyles were last Sunday sup- was a Friday and Saturday ov- Vernon Mohler and Jocelyn. Mrs. Jessie Knight were din- home now and we hope he from Houston, Tex., called, ~;_ 7th grade, Angle Diehl, per guests d her uncle, Mr. ernight guest of his sister, Jantce Hasemeyer attend- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. comes along from here on.too. i~kan Garman, Jennifer Jet- and Mrs. Clare Lamb of Es- Mrs. James Harris, Mr. Har- ed d birthday party for Susie Dennis Clark Saturday. We were very glad to have the -Gealie Blaylock. and Brad Kiehl; 6th ben. ris, Wyatt and El|loft. Mr. and Murray at her home in Super- Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Me- operation done in time. Sew- ..___._._. :~, Pare German, Martin There will be a wedding Mrs. Lynn Volker were Bun-ior Wednesday after school. Nichols went to Haviland to eral folks were down to call Mrs. Loren Jordan of Burr ][~ry and Jim Stone. shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. day dinner guests in the Har- Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow attend the wedding of a cous- on him. We thank everyoneOak called at the Record Of- IL Semester Junior High Marvin Boyles Saturday eve- ris home. Cody returned home Wilson were overnight guests in, Dwight Smttherman, Sat- who sent cards and calledrice last week to renew their Sl~arlaSuchs- ning, January 31, at the Oak with his parents, of Mr. and Mrs. PhilipWilson urday, while in Salina and since he subscription for the coming 7th, Terrl Cosand, An- Creek Community Center atMr. and Mrs. Carl Langer and sons at Liberal on Janu- Mrs. Vera McDonnel was returned home. Laura Diehl, Sherri and Colle~ Terrill; Kelley Barn~s, Marty and Jane May. !tonorable Mention: 8th, ltajny, Brad Jeffery and Morris; 7th, Susan Jennifer Jeffery, and Ktehl; 6th, Elizabeth Danny Cleveland, Pare and Jim Stone. meetings were held 27. and Senior girls amet January 30for cam- meetings for Sweet- Sweetheart candidates ! Katie Decker, Patty WaN Sherie Winslow, Doug Kelly McNichols, and Howard. Silvia Ser- foreign exchange stu- Will be an honorary at- to obtain a victory lost to Jamestown PTL Tournament Jan- r 26. high school girls ban- team defeated James- January 26 at the PTL The girls played z Central January 27 in Braves traveled to January 23. All basketball teams were acquirlngvic- Junior High lost their md boys games whenthey at Glen Elder January Junior High basket- teams lost to Gaylord on 20. Jewell lVfltchell County League Tour- Will be held February L ar~ 7 at Glen Elder. The will be playingthe rdght. The time of their has not yet been deter- 7:30 p.m. Everyone is cor- dially invited. Mrs. Garold Ohmstede and girls called on her mother, Mrs. Daisy Heskett, Monday afternoon. Pastor Jim Vinyard of Manhattan was a Sunday din- ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Howard and family. Mrs. Louie Culp has a broken ankle as a result of a car accident in Burr Oak. She is home from the Mary Lan- ning Hospital and her sister, Mrs. Harlow Vader, is help- ing out during the day. Mrs. Carold Van Schoiack is taking care of their little girl in the daytime. Mr. and Mrs. EverettBurd returned Friday evening from a visit with their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Burd, Burling- ton, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Burd, Longmont, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Burd, Lay•land, Colo., and their daughter, Mrs. Harold Keck and Mr. Keck and their families. Mrs. Clyde Korb called on her granddaughter, Mrs. Douglas Hiatt and Melissa of Superior, Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Korb and family. Mrs. Bill Ktehl and Shan- non were Wednesday afternoon guests of her mother, Mrs. Daisy Heskett. Bradley Kiehl was an overnight guest of his grandmother Thursday. Mrs. Louis Hasemeyer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schus- ter visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broyles at Webber. Mrs. Broyles is improving eachday Braves play at Tipton since her fall at her home last and Dallas vtsRed Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ro- ger Roe, John and Angela. Mr. and Mrs. James Stone, Jim and Christine were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Imler near Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. DeanThorn- ton and family and Mrs. A. A. Thornton were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. E. A. Somer- halder at Minden. En route home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Netl Hanson and family at Norman, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson are former res- idents of this community. Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe, John and Angela were Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Carman and family of Cadams. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schus- ter visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George Fogo and Mrs. Orpha Fogo and Kay at Mankato. -~ater they were supper guests of Mrs. Schuster's aunt, Mrs. Oscar New|in, and Mr. NewHn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dye and Jaclde of Beatrice spent Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Traut- man of Superior visited Sun- day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler and Jo- celyn. ary 3. The following day they left for Mesa, Ariz., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Skinner. While there they had a good visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roha who were living in the same mobile park. Other highlights of their vacation were trips to Tucson and Bin- bee, Ariz., Nogales, Mexico, and Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. They returned home Wednesday, January 21. Mr. Skinner is Mrs. Wilson's bro- ther. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mc- Cutcheon were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCutcheon. Mrs. Woedrow Wilson vis- ited Saturday morning w~th Mrs. Louie Has•meyer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris went to Denver Wednesday to attend the Denver Stock Show. They returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner, Arnold and Michelle, Mr. and Mrs, TerryMcCutch- eon, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cockroft, Mr. and Mrs. De- wayne Cockroft and Lori Jo of Salina and Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cockroft and sons of Hebron were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Penner at Mankato in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Woern- er, Mrs. Arthur Cockroft and Mr. Harvey were Thursday eve- ning supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothchtld. Mr. and Mrs. John Hiatt visited On Friday with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Day, Mr. Day and family at Lin- coln. They returned home Sat- urday. Tuesday evening luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gall Hudibargh were Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCuteheon, Mr. and Mrs. Terry- McCutcheon and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris in and Mrs. Robert Daryl Cockroft. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Es- sink and family visited Thurs- day with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe, John and Angela. Mrs. Dean Thornton host- ed a birthday party for her daughter, Julie, on her 6th birthday Friday afternoon at her home. Six little girls at- tended. Mike Jensen visited on Thursday afternoon with Louis Has•meyer, Jr. and Jerry. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye were Sunday and overnight 3 at 6:30° There will month, honor of the 24th wedding an- guests of their daughter, Mrs. boys games. Mr. and Mrs. Robert niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hanna and Mr. Hanna In 4~ ', ,,r ....... ~ .........Harye~i~Mr,~a~ Mrs;~ C!are,i Richard McCutcheon. Salina. ~. "~,~ ,~ T~,,: ~' ~ ~ ' SchUster' and Mr': and Mrs. i Chrissie Ahrens vlsRed onThe Harrison Extension rrl$on We•drew Wilson attended the Wednesday morning with Mr. Club met Thursday afternoon I~ 50th wedding anniversary open and Mrs. Paul Blackstone in at the home of Mrs. Bill An- . Marsha|| Bishop house for Mr. and Mrs. EdSuperior. dr•we in Superior. Jim Warden of Ven- Diamond at the State Exchange Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hase- Calif., called his mother, Bank in Mankato Sunday after- meyer, Jr. spent Wednesday Jesse Platt, Sunday to noon. in Hastings. They were din- the arrival of his r Brad Purcellvisited Satur- Joshua Kemp, born day with his cousins, Jim and 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Christine Stone. Perry, Abilene, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe, Loran called on John and Angela were Sunday ner guests ofJoAnn Hasemey- er. Mrs. We•drew Wilson vls- ited Saturday morning with Mrs. Gall Hudlburgh. YOU'RE INVITED TO A FREE Mrs. Harry Sulliff Dinner guests at the Town & Country Cafe Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Terrill, Cathy Terrill and Minnie Sut- lift. The dinner was in honor a dinner guest of Mrs. Helen McNtchols and Merrill Sun- day. HERE & THERE Christmas and New Year's over and weather ts about as usual. Our 60th anniversary and birthdays at the Thompson home are over, too. Well, we made it - all came through it O.K., but 60 years seems like a good many years. C. R. and Lila have about the same amount of years. Agood-sized crowd attended the open house for C. R. and Lila, too, as for ourselves, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blaylock. Mr. and Mrs. Murlin Blaylock at- tended as her folks were pres- ent, too. We all enjoyed the occasion very much. We were so glad our families got here from Idaho and Denver, Colo. We thank everyone for the cards and messages that have been sent to us and the dinner that was served at the church. We enjoyed everything and everything was wonderful. Several relatives got down from the Davenport vicinity and from Superior, and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Davissonfrom Kansas City, plus lots of oth- ers. Mrs. Florence Hunter of Washington State called to wish us a happy greeting. We were glad there was no storm when Darrell Blaylocks and Debbie and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- den Blaylock of Denver and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Seversen and daughters of Nampa, Ida., returned to their homes. On January 8th Clarence We were sorry to learn of of Mrs. Lutz's death. She had been In a rest home In Smith • Center for several months. • When she was In the rest home • here a few months back, she • was in the same room that I • was. She had been very low for • several months and we were • sorry to learn the report any- • way. The funeral was Monday • in Mankato. It stays cold in tempera- • ture and makes one have to move around. • We ate dinner Sunday with • Wayne and Lenora and spent • the day there. • The Dr. Peterson family • has moved into the new home • JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Jan. 29, 1976 Page 5 - Section 2 Saltna - Vicid Spiegel of Formosa Is among the 150 students on the Marymount College dean's list for the fall semester. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. 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C LINIC of Elmer Fitch who was cele- brattngEveretthis birthdaY.Terrilland Cathy .,, Take a minute to look over our new equipment we will be receiving. took Estel and Yvonne to Has- : tings Wednesday where Estel ~]D Here's a rare opportunity.., a chance for farmers and others to learn how to save valuable time and money by doing their own welding, operationentered theon herh°spitaleye forf°r thean L]_'i~ W' ,=ap(] rLs With improved new Century equipment, it s easy. We'll demonstrate it. Then third time. we'll let you try your hand. You'll see how easily you can do a multitude of re- Sherie Shtmshy called on .~ Gun Machine 7.626nun It flex Launcher Grenade M-203 Pair jobs with a versatile new Century heavy duty welder. Remember, it s the me Wednesday evening and 'l~ handy, low-cost welder with these outstanding features... ......................... Rhoe.Called on Mr. and Mrs. Ocla ~]~ VI ,~hicl ~ , ~ Five Welders In One. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips of Oklahoma spent a fewdaysthe ~- Truck Cargo Truck Dump 2Z T Truck Utility $ 1. AC smooth arc welder for past week at the home of their .~Truck Cargo 21&T Truck Dump 5T Truck Wrecker 5T $ general purpose work on mother, Mr. and Mrs. Flelden ~ mild stee ~-'~ ;~ f, ' Ftggins In Burr Oak. 41]. ~m _ . Z. AC force arc welder forflew Curtis Terrill called on ~ Engineez fi ,,,,ent ,t steel fabrication, building up his mother, Estel Terrill, at .~ worn sudaces, AC tig welding, the hospital In Hastings on ~ Crane Shovel whl mtd GED cu yd Grader Road mtzd 12 ft blade carbon arc brazing, heating Thursday evening. Yvonne ~ and bending. Terrill is spending the time ~ Crusher Jaw whl mtd 15 TPH Loader Scoop 1]/., cu yd 3: DC straight polarity welder with Estel while she Is in the ~ Detecting Set Mine AN/PRS-4 Lubricat Ser Unit trlr m.td hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ray &~k Detecting Set Mine ptbl metallic Pneu Tool and Cam Outfit trlr mtd for hardfacing, TIG welding, Ik Myers and Nancy of Topeka ~ Distributor Water Collapsible Tank Roller Airmobility vibrating single carbon spot brazing, visited their mother Saturday ~900 gel Roller towed pneu tire 13 tire 9 T 4. Special cutting tap, drill smooth evening and Sunday morning. holes in hard to reach spots, Everett, Kelth and Cathy Ter- ~]~ Floodlight Set elec ptbl 6 light 5 KW Roller towed sheepsfoot 2 dr cuts any thickness metalr like rill spent Saturday afternoon ~ ~/208 V Scraper towed 71/~ CU yd 400 amps. and evening visiting Zstel and ~ Gen 1.5 KW 60 cy 120 V Shop Equip contact maint trk mtd $. DC reverse polarity welder Yvonne. Glad to report Estel Gen Set 1.5 KW DC 28 V Shop Equip orgnzl repair It trk mtd best for low hydrogen rods, was feeling better Saturday overhead and vertical welding, evening. . .. Gen 3 KW DC 28 V Tractor full trkd It DBP rivit welding. Mr. Mrs. Marlon~az- Gen Set 5 KW 60 cy I-3 ph 120/240 V Tractor whld ind It DBP PLUS: Exclusive Features That Make The Differencel • Soldering without attachments. Settings built in for faster soldering Without surface preparation. • Patented continuous magnetic amp selector system. Infinite amps even split an amp. • Plus, positive roller cam locks in exact amp setting instantly. Pull to release -- push to lock. • Covered dial protects controls and operating instructions. WE'LL TAKE YOUR PRESENT WELDER IN TRADE! ner of Mankato called on Mr. and Mrs. Mack Harris Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch called on Cora Fitch at the 4 rest home in Mankato Friday morning. Helen McNichols and I called on Frank Terrill and, others at the home. Frank was feeling fine. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers and Nancy of Topeka spent Saturday night at the home of their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Myers and family in Hastings. Dinner guests of Everett Terrill and CathySundaywere Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers and Nancy of Topeka, Keith Ter- rill and Minnie Sutliff. Cathy baked a cake for her father, Keith, and Ray Myers for their 120/208 V Transporter airmobile Radio Set AN/VRC-46 Radio Set AN/VRC-47 Swbd tel man SB-22/PT 66 " " 9, The commumtms and YOU are at long last our No. 1 concern! AND THAT AIN'T NO BLrI2 Mankato, Kansas 66956 913-378-3181 7:00 P.M. To 9:00 P.M.