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January 30, 1964 :,, N EWS WAUNIT.~ V- ~,; I II ,and Mrs. Kenneth Huber and Mrs. Ken- Jr.. drove ~o Amaril- Monday n.ig~t ~o get A. Huber. Jr.. who spent v:~ t k visiting rela.tives Huber. Jr.. accompanied back m Amarilao 3n )Art Ernest Hyde drove Nebr.. on Sunday and uncle. C. A. Landreth. a patient in the hospital. Mrs. William L. I.~gan birth of a new grand- Cynthia Louise born Mr. and Mrs. Billie Log- The little girl has a to welcome her. Mrs. o:f Formoso is the Higbec and his mother == nO CHARGE/ Mrs Harry Higbee, made a busi- ne.5~ trip to Kansas CiW and Ol~uthe c,n T~ur sday. Relatives and friends from here who attended the funeral of CA~as. Tip,on in Republic on Thursday were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins. Mr. and %h's. Earl Tobias. Gdne Haskins. Mrs. Bertha Gree~berg, children of Burr Oak were guest~ Mrs. Emma Joerg, 'and Mr. Roy Sunday of her parents, ~Vir. and Young. Mr. Tipton had been in ill ~%rs. Glen Dewey. heal,th for some time but h~ Mrs. ORe Renken was dismissed Thursday from the Belleville hos- death came unexpectedly. He was a ~tep~broth.er of Mrs. Joe Haskins. Mr. and ~Virs. Wesley Baldwin of Syracuse, Karts., who were enroute to the ~uneral, were s,truck by a tram near Downs, Kans. and both hospitalized wi, th serious in3unes. Mrs. Baldwin wil,l be remembered here as Ethel kMcKec. R~v. Kenneth Woo:an of the JeweU Co. Becord, Mankato, Elmer Goldaday o~ -.me of her Taylor Clark.parch'is' fMr. arid ,Mrs.]Mrs. Cornelia Truss'ell of Rand.all. Nix. and ,'Mrs, and ~I2. and LMrs. Gone Haskiz~s Glen Elder were Tuesday afar- lacy. ~arvin Zwickey and his and family. Carl Green-berg cf noon callers at the home of Mr. ]~rad,~ sono:l basketball team drove Eagle Grove, Ia,wa, w~s a guest and ,Mrs. Tom Pormr. lie ig~,bon on Friday where ~they I Thur~daY ni,Jm Coffee gucs:s Tuesday afternoon ~defeated the Esbon Grade B team] Mr. 'and i.~h'-;. Eid:;n Hcw:..ii at- at the home (>f 'Mr. and (rvirs. How- /by a score of 14-12. tended ~he fJnera] ,.; a irimd at ard Patrick. in observance of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Curi!s Terri]l and Sylvia. Karts.. on Friday. Patrick's birthday, were: Mr. and iris. bara Be:tic:, aid ci~ildren Mrs. Carl Floral1, Mr. and NIrs. of Loup City, Nab:., were guests Floyd Nolan el Courtland, and Mr. benday at the home o; her son, and Mrs. Ben I~orell o.f James- Mr. and Mrs. Allen B.ar~lev and town, ,Mr. and !Mrs. Elmer Patrick I d'au~bter Tina Marie. The Earl-were evening visitors. Mr. and ieydwe:e former rcsiden;s cf For- Mrs. Bert Henry of Esbon were I moso . Sunday dinner guests in the Pat- pital, and is making a sa*tisfactorY recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Max Blandin,g and family of Pawnee Rock. Kans., were week-end guests of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blending. 2vIr. and Mrs. Chas. Doxon visi,t- ed her brother, Mr. and LMrs. Roy Ellsworth. in Superior. Thursday. Mr. Ellswor~ch is cri~tically ill. Olive Hill vicinity was a caller of Guests Sunday ~f hir. and Mrs. Rev. and IMrs. ~Iarvin Zwickey on Joe Haskins were: Mrs. Phebe Wednesday. Mr. a:d Mrs. J'irr~l- Martin of !Greenbevg ,and children of Had- i dam, Mr. and hits. John Young Sa!in.a spent ~e week-end at the land family of Steele City, Nebr.. / iqat| &opaffed Premptb/ Trudor Tires Reco,npod Tubi Volvo, Rep~od ~ YJro, L,qutd Filled, Drained, Repiced Complete Line of Goodyeay Farm, Truck Q~d Auto Tirt~s ~~~7 I~~111~" OR US NOW a t, dependable servicel ::d. V:LER SERVICE DANGEROUSLY DIRTY? You should change your motor oil every 30 days in winter, every 60 days in summer --but never exceed 2,000 miles-according to the American Petroleum Institute. Sinclair Triple-X Multi Grade Motor Oil contains Nickel additive...armor-plates your cngine against wear. It provi{ies so much protection against wear that your car's engine can outlast the car itself. So different it's patented! At $10/01t we care,., about you.., aboutpur car Mohler Service Tank home of her daughter Mrs. Gor- i dcn Grimes and family, in ~Van- I ka, tn and attended the 70th wed- ding anniversary c~f Mr. and Mrs. Wagon Awa, ds were presented to about rick home. 18 from the Fmzncso Sunday Mr. and .Mr3. Gary Stafiord School classes on Sunday morning, were guests Sunday of her parents, Iollewing ,a 3 months atten&ance Mr. and Mrs. Don Ma1~affy of Man- eonte,~t. Rev. Zwickey made ,the kate. presentations. , ,Mr. and 4VIrs. Riggle Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber. Linda Carol 'e~f Beloit were Sunday Sr.. Mrs. Kermeth Huber. Jr.. and dinner guest.~ of his mother. Mrs. hits. Mar'ha Huber wme supper Harve Butler and Benton. Mr. and gu~zts Thu:'_day evening of Mr. Ml=s. Basil Bu'tler ef Ionia were and Mrs. Ross Higbec. supper guests. Mrs. Roy Kee]er spent from A large crowd from here have W:dnesday until Saturday at the been taking in the s'igt~ts of the train wreck at Mow, rose. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bernekir~g and sons entertained wi`th a bela, t- ed birthday dinner Sunday in eb- George Huntington on Friday. servance ef the birthday of ~M_rs. Mr. Roy Field ~nd his brother- Wybern .Berneking. Other guests in-law. Gone Clark. of Jewell were were: Mr. and Mrs. GerMd Bass- dinner guests Tuesday a~ 'the home ford and Eamily and ~Mrs. Clara of .Mr. Ficld'~ brofher. [Mr. and Webl of Beloit, Wir. and Mrs. ,Mrs. H. G. Field. Afternoon coffee Lesser Birch of Sco.ttsvilIe. and Mr. M~s. ALLAROUND HOME PROE ON AT LESS ! WITH A STATE FARM HOMEOWNERS POLICY Here's a new single policy that does the work o~r separate policies--yet costs-s'Tess! State Farm's Homeowners Policy in- sures your home and its contents against fire, t~l~Wtany~ther risks, and protectsy_ou against lia- bility losses, Yet it may cost no more than ~ou now pay for "fire and extended coverage" alon~l So call about it todayl WA E WILSON 20,~ South Center Phone FR g-3298, ManKa~: STATI[ FARM MUTUAl. AUTOMOBILE INSURANC| COMPANY, HOME OFFICE: BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS -t I t .- y .':::i !:iii!=[ -7: *:i:] :::-: " Station and Phone FR 8-3124 Jannie S~afford, Norma JOhnson, guests included B. A. Field. Mr. ,and Mrs. George Bernek,in, g. Wy- l bern Berneking and children were and Mrs. L. J. Emigh, and Rev. and ,Mrs. Mawin Z~rickvy. unable to at`tend on account of ,the children, who are recuperating Mr--~sMr' and Mrs. ,Marion Dyes and from a sage of the chicken pox. F~- k Ha~field of Omaha A communi`ty cradle she,war h~n- spcn, t Friday and Saturday at the orin,~ Mrs, David Peters will be hmne el their sister. Mrs. A. C. held Saturday evemng, Feb. 1. at Payne, "and Mr. Payne. and with the Legion H'all. Hostesses are o`t.~er relatives." Mm-i!vn Stansbury., Janice Peters. Andrew Stafford. Mrs. Lelia Marble and ~Mrs. hiargaret and Frances Stansbury. Everyone Gertson spent Thursday afternoon k~ welcome to at,tend. wi~.h Mrs. Lam'a Kingvley, proper- M,r. and ~M's. Noeman Hoard (ff ins year books for ~e Tuesday G0urfland are the varems of a Ten Club. baby .boy b~rn J~n. 24 a.~ the Belie- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Studer and villa Hosn!,tal. The little boy h,as daughters were supper guests on we!co,me him. Thursday evenir~g cf his parents, Mr. and ~Ir~. Ray Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bu':er were supper guests Saturday evenin,g. ~Mr, and iMrs. R. C. S'tafford a.t- [ended the funeral of her uncle. Roy Thomas. in Sea.ndia. Tuesday ~ternoon. _Frank Frazier and Hugo Soder also ~ttended. The assessor. ~.W. Staf,f.~rd. has beam busy the past week mahing the rounds about town. iMr..and Mrs. Chas. Wats~.n and Richard w:Te guts'ks Sunday of ~Ir. and Mrs. Mike Allman and son cf Bel~evi.lle. and ~VIrs. Kenneth Huber. Jr., were Sa`turd'ahr evenir~g visitors at the ~heme of his aunt, Mrs, R. C. Stafford and Mr. Stafford and Children. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Apploby te~t Thu, rsdav movnin,~ on the Rocket for Denver. Colo.. where they Lt0Ok a p?ane for Corv, alis Ore.. for an extended visi,t at the home of Chair son Mr. a~d ~Mrs. Arnold Appleby and family, and relatives in other parts of .the ~a'te. Louis Eng]e is 10okicg after the chores in their absence. hrs. Joy Dtmstan en~rtain,ed the Hawthorne Club on Thursday ~2ternoon. Guests included Mrs Ethel Duns~an of Montrose a~d ~_xs. Kei'th Hanson off Beloit a former member of the dub. The next mee[ing will be wi~ Mrs. Edna Hughes. Mrs. Roy Weir and ~Irs. Viv_~i,1 Kerschner 'and ctkildrc~ cf Belle- villa spent the weeken-d at the R. C. Stafford home. Sunday evening visitors in the ,Stafford ,home were Mr. and 1Vtrs. Milton Hoard of Courtland and .Mr. arid Mrs. R. W. Staffffoed. 'l~e committee for the Fermoso High School Alumni Ass:ciati:n reports they are makir=g excellenl progre~ in comlailing the addresszs and occupations of the more ,than 465 gradu, ates. N~nerous responses have been received from at,1 direc- ,lions, inelazding the west coast, in- dica, ting th~,t fo~mer grads are plarmir~ to ~ravel lon~g distances to attend the ,Grand Old Jamboree . The Ladies Aid of tlt~,e Formic Cormn~n"..'ty Church has agreed o serve the food for the even*ing meal at the school auditorium on May 30. .Mem~bers of ~,e Hawthorne Cl'ub and their families held a shower Saturday evening at the RaI,~h Dunstan home f~r M,r. and ~Irs. Clin.ton Reynolds ,and children of Lovawe~l, who lost all their posses- sior~s in a fire reeenEy. Mrs. Mary Gr~tten and sons of RepUblic and Mr. 'and Mrs. Ben Si.mmons and ~araily of Bell~ville were ~visgors Sund~y of Mr. and ~lrs. Bi, ll Simmons. O~l~er a~ter- naon callers were Mrs. Sara Bart- ley ,and ehi~ldren of Lot~p Ci, ty, Nebr. ,Mr. and tM~s. Sam Bowles were hosts to the Past Sixteen Pinochl~_ CLUb held at ~heir home Saturday evening. High scores were made by Freda el,ark and CYnas. W'atson. lows to Avis Craw~rd and Cecil Clark, and Orvil,:e James received the tra-eling prize. AI~I members were present. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hal}gren and ,n Salina Tue"d'~Y. WednesdaY daughters el C,~urtland were Sun- end "l~hurs4ay are suggested day~ day evening visitors of her par- t~ call. ! en,~s. Mr. and ~Vlrs. Walter Grimm. The Formoso P.T.A. is sponsor- ., ing a soup suppe~.F~iclay evening, 3an. 31, ~t the sehoot auditori~um, serving from 5:00 to 7:00 P. M. Br~g your relatives and friends STRENGTHEN AMERICA and enjoy the evenir~g, along with a good supper. _ .... Mrs. Emily ~ el Satma ml j spendin,g this week at ,the l'~m'~l of her parents, IMr. and M,rs. ~. E, Ribber. rm , I Mr and ~. Ke e~h H u~,l Sr.. (~f Ccurttand, Mr. and Mrs./ Ross ~igbee ,m~d Mrs. Martha Huber were Sulld'ay dirmer gueets i'rt the De'l,9 ~:~,:~ home at Concor- die. in Observance of the birthday of She~la ltoss. Mr. an=t M~;. Bruce Howland, Iti~a Jane Howla~ad, ~, Flemi~ and ,Mrs. Srmude Howla~t drove to Mi~POI~ on Sunday morning and ~ tthe_day wi~ ~VIr. and Ma~s. Nelson ~nm'ooz dashers. MPs. Mau6e HovB~md e~ net ~t her home ~mn~a~, ~unday dilmer g~ests of ~M~g, giej to NW corner of Section 7; Wilkins wea'.e Mr. and ;M, rs. way~el thence south to SE corner of Blaylock, @l_r. Ctarence Blaylock,] Section 36 in Pawing Town- anct Vtr. Gary Lynch of Gaxaeni ship; ~aenee west to SW corner City, Kans. Gary, who is a corn-I Jew&l county; thence noah to mercial pilot ior Beech Aircraft,I NW corner of Jewell county was on a liigi~i enroute ,to Roches-] wi~ exception of 80 acres tcr. Minn..Mrs. Lynch is the form-, (west of SWV~ Section 30 -. er Sharon Blaylock. / in Whilemound Township) in Lebanon District of Smith Mr. and Mrs. Dick Long of county; thence east to begin~ Wheat Ridge, Colo., were here ning. over the week-end ~o attend the This notice is published pursuant Walker-Ross wedding a~d visited to Section 9 and 11 of said C~ap- at ehe home of her mo~er, ~%rs. tar 393. W. G. Hiltts. ,Chairman, I-I. H. Roa(~, (First Published in JeweN County Record. Thurs., Jan: 23, 1964) 3t In the Probate Court of Jewell County, Kamas. In the M~t,~r cf the Estate of Game. Dawa=o,~. Decca:ca. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT TILE biA:IE 0,2' K~IqhAS TO THE CREDrOBLS, I~E~s~S. DEVI- SFAgS ~ND L~GATEES OF SAID DECEDENT AND ALL OTHEgS CONCERNED: You are notafied that the under- signed was appealed and qualified as executor of the wKi of the above named deceden't on January 17, 1964; that letters testamentary have been granted to him as such executor; at~l tha ymt must ex- hibit your demands against said estam within nine mont~hs from the date of t~e first publication hereof, or be forever barred. ONEL hi. DAVIDSON, Executor. ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (SEAL) Probate Judge. Weltmer, Wel~tmer & Weltrner, Attorneys {or Execmor. (First laublished in Jewell County Record. Thurs., Jan. 23. 1964) 3t NOTICE OF HEARING The Planning Board of Jewell County, Kansas, TO: Ali persons residing in the below described territory and o all other interested p~rsons, You are hereby notified that the ,~wo brother~ to Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. above planning board proposes to Art Dun.~tan r~f C,hcrr%'val~. K~,ns. _ , , recommend the below dest'ribed and M~ and Mrs Chas Hoara o~ 1" ' ' territory to comprise a unified Randal. , ~ls~'hoal district as provided by Mr a~d Mrs .Lewis Sta~fora oi ~ -- ;' - "~ a, ;t n n ,Chapter 393 of the Sesszon La~s lvtanmato were ~unaay ar er co ~of Kansas, 1963. Pursuant to such visitors of Mr. and .Mrs. A. R. I law a public hearing will be held Kin,gsley. " ]on February 10, 1964, at 7:30 o'- [clock P. M. at Burr Oak High ..,,,.~,.,~xo,~,,.,.,,~ r,~r I School lo consider suggestions and nu~,z~, a~_=~s.x ~n.~,o-,- I hear all interested persons on the By Beverly a. ts~snop matter of the boundaries of such Wool Sweaters I proposed unified district. The territory comtyrising such From the ru~'~h of sales I noted proposed unified district is describ- in ~he sweater departments during ed as follows: the Christmas rush, I would trust Burr Oak proposed district be- gins m NW corner of W o~ NWVa Section 1 in Higb3and that many of you have new wool sweaters in your home. When you wash your new wool sweater, use a f~bric softener in the second or third rinse. Why? The fabric soitener z%nse el,imina~'s, static electricity, prevents mildew- ing and softens the f~bers. And, by the way, it's importawt that you leave the sweater in the rinse water for 3-5 minutes so the fabric s~,tener has t, ime to do its work. News In Bedspreads Homemakers will soon be intro- duced to a versatile bed eoverix~g th'at instiPatlo~s have used for quite some time. It is a 100% cotton blanket with open weave cel]~lar construction designed to serve as either a blanket or a bedspread. It wiIi be avaida*ble in twelve~,~olid colors or in prin.ted or plaid l~at- tern. The bl, anket-spread weighs about 3Vz pounds, is completely ,aunderable. and relahively inex- pensive. Have you seen the new fiber glass beAs-preads that are appear- ir~g on the market? They are a~,adl- able in plain colors or prints and v~itti either smooth or rough tex- tures. Manufacturers el'aim the fiber .El, ass spreads are machine wash.able, colorfast to light, and wri~tkle resistant If you are considering buying a new bedspread in fhe near fu'mre. keep these ~wo ideas in mind. Cooking Utensils Here's a sh~pping t~p for home- makers looking for new kitchen equipment. Comsider utensils made of stainless steel lined reich alum- inum. Why? These eombina,tkm metal utensils ha~,e the asset of hea~ier guage alum~wum even heat di~ribution, plus the eavy-~o- care~or features of stainless steel. You'll find pNces on these stainless steel utensils gned with aluminum higher than prices on .~luminum u'ensils, but, they're dower in price than all-stainless steel pans. NOTICE A representative of the Sociml Security Administration will next vi-=it Mankato, ~K~ns.. on Thursday, F~b. 6. Persons deNrir~g iMorma- ti.~n are requested to call at the C~urt~house ,between 8:00 and 12100 noon. S~ial security business is usual- lv heavy at this time o~f year. If you ean t wait to see the represen- t~t:ve, leave a n~e with .the rep- r',~ntative showing your n~me. addre~, and the roe;on for your call. If you wffh to visit the off,ice SCOUT WEEK lIOY lIOOUTll OIP AMIIRIOA Township, thence south to SW corner of .East of SWga of Section 12 in W~hitemou, nd. thence east 1/4 mile. thence sou~h 1 mile. thence west miM to NW cor~er of Section 24: thence south V~ mi,le, eas~ , south '/4 to center of Sec- tion 24; thence east , s~uth ; thence east to SE corner of Section 19 in Burr Oak Township; thence sou~h , west ~o NW corner of Lot 10, See'don-30; thence south mile, east to SE corner Lot 16; thence south to center of Sec- tion 31; thence east to NW cor- ner SW 1,4 Section 32; therme east 1 mile to NE corner of south of SEV4 of Section 32; ~hence south to SW corner of Section 21 in Limestone. This is aH border of Esbon District. Beginning at SW corner of Section 21 in Limestone; thence east 1 mile. north ~o confer of Section 10; thence east to SE corner of NFE Section 11; ~hence north to ~W corner Section 12; ~mn,ce east 1 mile, north 1 mile to SW corner Sec- tion 31 in H01mwood; thence east 1Ve mile. north 2 miles. east 1 miie. north 1 mile and east 3 miles ,to S~E ccrner of Section 13: thence 3 miles north m NE comer of Section, 1; thence east 12 miles to SE corner of Section 35 in Jackson Township, (This is also Man- kate-Burr Oak border.) Thence continuin'g ~ SE corner Sec- tion 35. north 1 mile, west , north , west , north , west 1 mile to SW corner Sac- Czmnly Ptalmi~az Board, ,,t DR. DA LE A. STEWART Optometrist 1202 N. Mill 3 doors North of Bel~iI Theatre Phone 26F Beloit, Kanstm ,lllilllllttlll(,it,l'~ll[ ' II~ll~ttlllllltltli*|tl Dr. John J. Patzel Optometric Eye Specialist Smith Center, Kansas IIIIIIilltllllllltllllllllilllllllllillllllllilt A UTOMA~TI.C Coin Operated WASHERS ~/zd DRYERS A convenient "way t~ wash Open 24 hours per day Seven Days A Week MANKATO LAUNDR~ 8 CLEANERS Phone FR 8-9996 tion 22, Jackson Township; mile north, east, 1 mile north, east, 1 mile north, V~ east, noreh, z/a west and 1 mile north to NW corner Sac- I lion 3; thence west to place of beginning. This notice is published pursuant to Section 9 and 11 of said Chap- ter 393. Chairman. H. H. Roach. County Planning Board. (First Pt~blished in Jewell County Record. Thurs.. Jan. 23, 1964) 3t NOTICE OF HEARING The Planning Board of Jewel:l County, Kansas, TO: A=ti persons residing in the below described ,territory and to M1 other interested persons. You are hereby notified that the ,above plannia~g board proposes ~o recornmer~d 'the below described territory to comgrlse a unified school distNct as provided by Oahaptez 393 off the Session Laws of Kansas. 1963. Pursuant .to such ~aw a pubtic hearing will ~ held on February 6, 1964, at 7:30 o'- clock P. llVI. a.t Esbon High School ~3uildi~g to consider suggestions and hear ~L1 i~r~ted persons on the matter of the ~boundaries of such proposed unified district. The ~errit~br compris-ng such D~ unified district is describ- ed as re,news: (F_Nbon and, Burr Oak have joint boundaries from NW cor- ner of E of NW1/4 of Section ,1 ~in Highland Towask~ m SE eorrmr of Sectkm~ 21 in Lime- stone Township. Esbon con- ~in~es ~nf~h to SW corner of ~>eetion 16, thence east to NE corner of Sectiort 24 in Ionia Township; thence south to SE corner Section 36: thence west to ~ corner W off l'ql~V4 tl,.,I,.,IM~ ~.t.~ ,I,~ ROBERT L. HANCHETT Representing Mutual of Omaha - United of Omaha Z10 N. Bell, Beloit, Kansas Phone 206 Wilbeck : Rest Home i For Men or women Licensed by the State . Rooms have Radio ~ i Air Conditioning : Member Kansas and American Nursing Home Association 1108 N. Commexdal Phone FR 8-3917 I I '[l JOHN W. ROSS A~torney & AImtracter Dial FR 8-3~93 116 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kanmm JERRY'S BEAUTY SHOF tJ~t~l I~tw~n Ut~ Tlbe~t,~ Ikmn: I:N to |:N I'~ TlrlP~ of i~mntf Searvtoe )Ira. Raymond Schae[er, ltELEN'S BBAUTY S~OP 6hampoe - Set~Permaneat~ Ist House Nox1~k ef Sweden Creme Phone FR 8-3561 . Mankate GKEETING CARD~ F=r All Oce~iomz Birthday, Chee~, Anm~r, sary, ThuLk You, Sympathy, Gift, etc. A, L. HALE, Drugg.k~t It. J. FULT'OI~ lrmma ~ (tmammJ ~l, A~tlm~m Phone FR ~-$76g - Marabou,