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Monheck. there she attended the West- ence Jensby of Webber: Mrs. ern Stock Show in Denver Niles Greene, Mrs. Ralph left Hellevllle where her granddaughter, Les- Bur. k, Mrs. Chester ~lt-q, the Pan Amer- lie Long, who is 15 years old, avtce Applebee of Jewell; Motorcade. The rode her horse, Treasure, in Mrs. R. J. Heineq n helotS: ithe adult class. On her way ~'ene Barfknecht and Mrs. Or- the trip to !home, Mrs. Hills Visited at lin Barger of Suve,dor. ~Tebr" out[ travel ithe home of Mr. and Mrs. H. and June Crum of Montrose. and South iA. Hills, Sr. and Mrs. Lela Mrs. Ja--m~es V'~ghn and Hills and family in Colby, children, Mark. ,~.qan and Julle Ann, from Wichita spent, the week ~n tb~ home nr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Neteschchleb. while bpr bus- band was on business in Wash- ington, D. C. and I o NcU ~ ~ ~ ~shm;l~mW~hethw~T:vla; Jewe.ll County Record JEWELL COUNTY RECOI~ WITH I q . Mansato, Kansas Thursday, February J, IM? wife and mother and will be: Enclosed is a check to re- Pap ?- Secti0a I must be In by noon MmMaY) MARY lqI&NGa ' sadly missed from her tam/Iv i new our subscription and for _' . _' . .. ' _ .' Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 ;~'~I ~ circle. A.C. Fedde, Jewell, Kans. ~est regaras m Mrs. tmyo. [A. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-8:00 Bar dear voice weql hear rm We are glad that Bus is out noer y,. DAR Jewell CounfY Women's. P.M. |- l~mocratlc Club Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wiley ~[~I [~ more, of the hospital and hope he is 11~[e~a~eaeDr , Nor clasp her soft warm getting along fine. >rs ---" ,,d~k of Jewell and Mrs. Will Lager- ~~* ~,~ ~ hand; [ Our weather has been good Mtn. Home, Ida. Bridge Club The Jewell County Wommn'~ ~[~ gren called last week on Mrs. - Mr. and Mrs Democratic Club will meet or~ ~. ;;:~ [Mattie Metz. ~~s ~ [~Fay she had to go away,so far this winter, ~- ~ lWe cannot understand, [ -- _~-----~--------- Feb. 7 at 7:S0 p.m. with Mrs. ~ ;~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wiles ~ /' ~7 [But this is our solace, Club -Frances Edith Ont. All Democratic Ir . ~ of Beloit visited Mr. and Mrs. ~ [In grief hard to bear; [MI~~,~:II m~. -- -- L--__-- Im~$1~q Ifh| VVsl vi~mw i G | womenin the county are urg- ~~ [.Harry Wilbock Wednesday af-~ ~ |me nanomy gone nome, ..~. !:~: ..... , :~!~, I. ed to attend. It is time to pay Iternoon. '/ i L land she wa s for us there. MllMTIH AMD I:lC P I il le Club dues for 1967. Several projects Friday callers of Mr. Clar- . A . ~. I Funeral services were" held IU ISlllqA I11 rlLfl | .:, ,6 - coming up will be dlscuss~tl ence W. Loomis were his son, ' .... at Wesley Center, Jan 29, :i~:":.~::'iiil~:;i:~~i~ :: i~: .......... :i / :~::~::~ ~" ~* ~ 11967 at 2"00-m with Rev | [:NEW! In,FulI:COLOR Club- Pauline at this time. Mr. Carl Loomis. and Mrs. ~nd Pat Seirer ----=------- ~~~ ~ ~i ~~o,,t~ao~ ~ ~,. ~ ,~ ..... ' ,"" Garden Club Sunshine Circle Club 1 : [Lee Hi,e. and Rev. George 1[~ ~ | 1 1 ~s~:ion Auxiliary The Sunshine Circle Club Ra~d~l .... qNI d~ ~', [[Bealecasketfficiating'bearers were Roger [[~~~l|~ .... I ! ~'~ '~LM'~" "W-Iml, ~r met with" Ruby Scarrow on. ~ [ Mrs. Jessie Graham and Co~ AgrkulturaI Agorot lB. Pair, Dale Reed, Doyxe[|i~ ~,~ ~ ~ [~p~m'~~ --.- [John Reed, David Jensen, ~ex-[|~I I C~ub - Mrs. Merl Jan. 18. The meeting was ,mmmmmm~mmmmm Mrs. Marie Morris have been kH'ghum Protoln For [no Reed and Wm'. Logan, Jr. [|~ : called to order by our press- recent visitors of their mo- l~ef Finishing Retlom Honorary pallbearers .were . ~ 0t~ty Women's dent, Bernice Carter. 11 mem- ~atic Club, 7:30 bets answered roll .call. Es ...... ,ther, Mrs. Oleanna Thronson. High protein grain 107 per-IMark White, Michael Higbee. J~;~,~:i':iRON HAy~i:{~!!ii.lii:.~i!~:ii~i~:'.ii~:i!i::.!i:::::i!i~e~ ~~1 By mary erancos ~ouoron[Pastor John H. Jones called " ~:: :~ ...... " ' .......................... cent, yielded a 3-pounds-per- Scottle Cos Tony Coe, Doug- |i~ii;~':~: ..... ~.b t: ': ....... ::~:.~ --~~ l,, ~dith Ost ther Hodges guessed the guessJewell County Homo [on her Frid__ay. day gain on 750 pound yearling [lag Pair, Dan Reed Lonnie [|~ii'0U~ :..tl~SAFARler Wh0T0bro.~h~ :!.i::::i~:~i~i~::i~i~:~ ,:::~I;~AL~$~~!!i::::!::i/: :I/; : ~~ ~ Fob, 8. box. Mrs. Emma Leonard re- Economics kgont Mr. and Merle Launch- steers in feed trials recently [Koinzan Todd Koinzan Dan- I|~ii !i~iii :: : , ceived a wedding anniversary ~ve Club gift and Pat Hunter receiv,e~it~ ---- /baugh of Belleville and Mr. completed at Kansas State [iel Reed and David Reed. [|~i:i ~iiJ~!~i~i~ii~i~:iiii:~iiii~i~i!~iiiii~:~ii~!~ii~!iii~ii~i~i~i!ii~:~i!!~ii~i~ Feb. ,. a birthday gift. After the bus|~~~Yt!l~o~s~Ty~'~dMrs Vio University. The steers were,Music was furnished by ,,~ili! iii!!i:~iiiiii~i:Sii:!:i:.:ii!iiii!i!~ii!~:iiiiii~!ii:~iiii!!iiiii :~!~ ~~ ~Ib. Mrs. V. L, ness meeting we tied a corn- on a finishing ration with no ]Mrs. Lee Hillery, Mrs. i~oex l|~iiiii:.ii:.::::~i:~::!ii~i!~i~i~ '~:~i~ii~ IL forter for the hostess. After a roughage. ]Runyon and Mrs. Clell Han- |~i!i~i~i~:~ili~ii::i!~l!iiiii~~iii!~l~ ~rt~~~ ~b., Mrs, Lowell lovely lunch we all adjourned When the free choice, all [cock. ~i~i:~i:~i~iiii~i!i~~.i~ ~~ e to meet with Agnes Zadina on concentrate, ration was streng-I Interment was in M ou t f~i!!:i!~!~!, ~~ thened with urea or deh drat Hope Cemetery Kramer ~'un-I[~:i~ ...... ~~ 'Club. Mrs. CarlFeb. 8. January 26, at 2:oo p.m: I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barrett ed alfalfa meal, the gain was [ [[iiiiii!i: ~~" i eral Home was in charge of ~: ': :~:~:::~,~:~:~::~ ~:. ..~:~:~: ~:::". ~,:~:. ~*'~: ~Y Club. Mrs. Lena .... --Elsie~Zadina, Secretary. The presentation on "Clothe,s, [of Randall called on his ran- the same. Oyster shell DID [the arrangements. [|~i~:i i ~t Prooay P. m.t.uuu for Free and Easy Motion [ther, Mrs. Minnie Barrett, on NOT improve the feed effi-/_~ U~i!il::ii ::i:!i!: !i, ~!~- | was presented by Christine I Sundav ----" h n -' ciency when added to the ra- /CARD OF TMANRI [{~!!!~i~!~:! ~,:: ~: ~i'.:.:::!:, ........ ~ - ~, P E O Mrs. O. D. Vance entertain- Wi.ggins, . Extension. cloti i g [. Sunday evening visitors of tins as a rouoha#~ factor / We want to thank each and r/~!! ~!~i~i!~: ~/~'~" Huat~ fishing MddSt ~ [ ann texmes specmust from * LAUGHS GALORE :.~' " ed the Friday P. M. Club at . . [Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilbeck D o . , ........ e^. ~he wonderful I[i::~~.~il:i: u,-s. mogntficnntsc0n0ryov0rfilmdl | These tests were a follow-up wzyv. ,~ . :.!!::!:,~ :i~i!:i:ii~ ill'i:;:::' . CN of the P E O her home Saturday, Jan. 28th, Kansas State Umversicy. [were Mr. and Mrs. Seth Loud- to an oorlio' *riol whoro tho ]flowers and food that were ~ ~/~'/~" ~ush pilots de~/Ing ~ to color dmt | dally gain and feed efficiency [brought in to the family of I|~ -~- wild gain0! [ raet Jan 24 at the with I0 members present. A Clothes with features for vat-ler and children of Russell, ~ .......... ~ .................... ~':~;:;:::%" ~'~" ~ v ~rm. Ralph Waugh short business meeting was ious types of activitiesninWere[Mrs ............. Louder is a brother of imnroved when roucha#e was [Millie Reed. Especially the ~i ~'~ .F~hlngy0udr00mat0ut...ud modeled by Mrs. Jen g [ Mrs. Wilheck. .." ....... .% ;',: - lWesleyan Methodist and the [~i~ ~ :~?:::iii:Y ~"~ ............ _ ~#'-~- high ~dwnturs never h010~o ph0t~o ~I ~ C, Nelson gave the held by the President, Helen Borger, Mankato and Mrshe e erend Mr Gorm,n eumma~en [rom a znusnmg ra~ K. "h"rches for the [fl-F JL[:LENGTN ACTION-PACKED - | 0~ Founder's Day. McCammon. Canasta was ". T _ R_v .................... tion ~azarene ~ u Delbert Bird, Esbon Home- ' made for a Val- played with Leta D4~t~, havingmasers" wno" golf bOWL,'" worn" [Foley, Pastor of the Olive Hill ~e test involved three ]~vondefful meal that was sere- I@ ADVENTURE FIIM[ ~heon to be held high score. Club adJournea t . ' [Church, held the Christian groups of steers subdivided in-' Ied. May GOd bless each and [| Trophy hunt for Moose, Doll Sheep, Black and Grizzly | Aletha M ,.ogan in lawn and garden as well as Rocen w eea the home of Mrs, meet with Beulah Brinkworth ..... [service here Sunday afternoon, to two pens each levery one. I| Bears and Caribou. This hunt is made by planes, | ~n. Feb. llth. 'ms|de the nouse were interest- IJan, 29th. q,.... i~z.-:l~ o,1~inm I ' Francis L. Reed [| weasels and horses. ed in the features designed for [ Flowers were received from ................................ d " VRarnin A, Stfllhestral, and an [ Anna w. ~ee [| oOutstunaing scenes of the famot2 Bald Eagle mid other | |ntortalned Mr. and Mrs. Steve Arnoldy e~y motion.. ....... Ithe Molly B. Davis and Joe antibiotic were added to each ~ .... '_ . [| norther~ htrd.~.fllllne the srreenJox dens and tuba. U ...... were. Sunday dinner guests at ~ome or ~ms wlggms ctom- [Hamilton families Iph Wau~h enter the home of Mr. and Mrs. ing samples are suggested de- [ ........... of the rations, j ~toya L,. ~eeo [1 ..... I .......... | Steers in the first ~troun re ] Daisy M. Jensen [| wltne~ e~mmo ue mr om on me nce m search ~or [oo~ I signs for any person with phy- [ Raymond Nichols, who un- c i "h -'ic " i~ll "ncl ~ i Fern F Pair [l mso the rsrel~ seen Eskimo Dance. l rnember~ of the Gene Kelley at Courtland, sical limitations n la ved t rat on wn c t c u i . IN ......... | lge Club at her . ~arus Hen t;tomes ...... wire 'snomoer .... anu ~Thursday[derwent anat operatiOthe Veterans'St ed high protein sorghum grain. ~ Donald ...W. Ree~ It WATCH THE GREAT HUNT FOR TH| | The daily gain was 3.02 pounds | . ; .... [| BIG POLAR BEAR i ~ay evening, Jan.' ,Mr. ann.... - -- " sleeve roominess, useful poc-l~.~,~it.] ~. P...,,,~ T~1.nd i~ tierald Kler and nnngsen catxea on Mr. harry kets, comfortable skirts and --"-.',_.. ..................... ^,^......^ on 7 pounds of ration per Baroara J. wm~e ~ Ramey received Colson and Ella in Ionia Sun- ........ ]sc~--s a,~,,s ...... pound of gain. l Howard R. Reed [[ CLOSE UP SCENES: LOTS O' ACTION! J smcss were mscussea anal ~'e prizes Refresh- day afternoon. Mr. Colson is shown. Women .-'ho sit while[ Mr. an~rold Mc- Regular mill run sorghum |.. "" "--"'="""=--~ ' " " i* I|SEE ALL OF THIS AND MUCH MOR|| | ~erved by the hog-recovering from a long illness., working=will he interested in [Kevitt of Superior visited Sun- grain was used in the ration Mrs. r~ewett uavm zs ws~- . '^-o~-o ',, 'ho socond =rou-ling at the home of her daug-[[ * BEHIND I"HE HUNTER SCENES I ~t~ T~le;st, in~o~ei~ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis the apron for wet lap work. ,day at the home of Mr. and ............... " "" '" -- -h Me er and" It is made of waterproof fab-[Mrs. Chet Moran in Mankato. This ration was fortified with/tar, ~rs. J o .n Y '- 1| i~ NI~N Ar~v~:N/TI ID~ m 1 percent urea. It produced a[family at Chapman, ~ans, l, .............. .~_ entertained . the: following ric and fits the lap with cover-[ " gain of 3.01 pounds per day. Jfor a few days. 1[ * MAGNIFICENT SCENERY I group of friends Saturday ev- age to the knees. JDInnor For HospitaiFund I|s Club Thursds~ ening with a supper honoring .~. " Clarence Topliff for his birth- These patterns are available[ , Another change was made ~ Ir~ the ration fed to the third[ 1 Mr. and Mrs: Joe. K~ngs!eyI] {E [ lb~rs of the T & E day: Mr. and Mrs. Topliff of in the Extension Office. h [ The American Legion Auxil-group of steers. Regular mlli of Form0so, returnea ~unaay * RUGGED HUNTING SCENES b Were entertained Jewel]: Mrs. R. G. Yapp of Those who attended t e[iary will have a dinner at the run sorghum grain was als0[from a five weeks .o~ ~.._..'~2T~ I e of Miss Lela Manhattan; Amos Yapp of meeting were: Mrs. Curtis[Legion Hall beginning at 11:30 Dietz,Mrs HarOld Beam, - s Feb 7 for used in this ration, but was |went to the home of their son I! ,, --- rau~ | ~Sday, Jan 26 Burr Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Clar- |A. M. Tue day, " ' strengthened with dehydrated |and family in South Pasadena. [| j, ~ | n[am | ~, Mrs. Glenn Kindler, Mrs. Del-/the benefit of the hospital, alfalfa meal on the basis of 20 |Calif. before Christmas. From I| ~ P ~n~ r~ ~ ~ ~1 ~n ~ ~ S I| | n._ -" -- ', ence MeeRer and Miss Mabel,, bert B~rd, of Esbon, Mrs h n for a ,.yrven ann aars ..... n-ato " ' 'iT ey are prepari g percent of the ration. These[Pasadena they went to Sea[l|| ~'| I~U~ [ ~e ii~| ZLey were guests., ~app o! ~a s . Harry Kindler, Mrs. Doyle larger crowd than usual and Steers avera ed 2 99 ounds Beach to visit his sister and g , P l~r~reserv~db~. Mrs. Andy Watson and three Silsby, Mrs. Golden l~lew, alI money taken in will be per da ain, Ifamily, Mr and Mrs Jim][ A; [ ~4rs F~n~v'gmlt.~ children left Thursday to Join Mrs, C. W. Fearing, Mrs. Nan- given to the Hospital Fund. Y g ' " --- ............. n cy Cleveland,_ Mrs..Glenn Anyone is welcome to attend. The second pen of steers in ICortner. The Kingsleys drove I| ' | each of the three groups was |to Wichita and went by train I| I mllm ~ S [] mm ..i mm m |- Prizes The next her husband who is an e g~- _ _ ill be Feb 9 with ,neer for a construction com- Paul, Mrs. Jim ~'ogo ann Mrs. ' given the ration with the add|- J to California, and returned to [| [ | ~m | ~ ~ A ]~ L,~ m |, ~l, ' pany in Saigon. They went by Goldie Warner of Burr Oak, Harry F. Scribner, District* tins of ~ pound of oyster[Wichita. They al.~o visited her[| !n UN'- mm m L-n't m mN . u Jennie Olson, Lucy Wiley, Director of Internal Revenue, sister an f .... shells per steer daily as rough- | d amily in Oklahoma ]| ....... | plane from Salina to San Hildreth Russell, Mrs. Gerald Wichita," announced the sche: a and Mr and Mrs Ge~,',,e MANKATO, KANSAS ~lub Moots Francisco, Hawaii, Guam, ManillaandSaigon. Andyhas Thompson, Mrs. Ray Dietz, dule of assistance days for Oyster shells were not/Baich at Woodward. II ........ KANSAS I Iton Club met a house in Saigon where a Mrs. Lyle Reece, Mrs. Merl the month of February. rnoon Jan 26 large number of Americans Reager, Lfla Swcet, Mrs. Jen- Internal Revenue personnel ~leeded as a source of nutrt-ihoma. The Kin~slevs report ~ II Ulle ~lgn~ unly -- "l :~U p.m. n nings Borger, lVlrs. Boyd Sils- will be available to provide as- tion. The steers in all three |very enjoyable trip and a good II . of Mrs. V. LI are living, by, Helen Stafford, Charlotte sistance and guidance to those groups receiving this ratio~ [rtslt with relatives & friends. I1~' Adults, $1.50; Children under 12, 7~c, . l[ .L:laeLatTbw~;e Mrs. W. G. Hills returned Pletcher, Mary Gunter, Ola individuals who require help averaged 2.78 pounds per day | ' " " ......... ""= "~ hostess The home last week after visiting Wflbeck and Mary Dawson, with their federal taxes at gain. Will be Feb 9 at the Dick Long home in Mankato; Mrs. Fay Vestal, the Commissioners Office in Feed efficiency of the ra- ' Wheat Ridge, Colo.While Mrs. Leslie Jensby, Mrs. Clar- the County Court House, in tiOnSsameWithas forySterthe otherShell WaSratlons.tho Concord|a, on February 10. Written inquiries should be Steers on the oyster shell ra- addressed to the District Dir- finn merely consumed a small- ector of Internal Revenue, er amount of their feed, 412 S. Main, Wichita, Kansas, Rood- O~ 67202. .__ Millie Freestad was born Mrs. Henry Ahrens was near Webher, Kansas, to Ross taken to the W, euuhlic County and /vtary A~derson Freestad. "OU'll find our name is aYnonymous with Servioe Ue for yourl finanolal needs. Hospital at Bellevllle Wednes- and passed away January 26, day, Jan. 18, and at this time 1967, in the Webster County Hospital at Red Cloud, Nebras. iS still a patient there. Her daughter, Audrey, came from Manhattan to be with her, Her many friends wish ~her a speedy recovery. FOR YOUR LITTLE "CUTIE-PIE" we have the bottles, nipples, bottle.warmer, sterilizer, diapers, baby lotions and pow- ders to keep baby healthy and comfort- . nstm D m, To mUoo.oo m, able. ka, at the age of 71 years, 9 months and ~ days. On August 5, 1913, she was united in marriage to Willard Richard Reed and to this un- ion eleven children were born. They are: Mrs. William L, Logan, (Aletha), Formoso: Mrs. James M. Jensen (Dai- sy), Mankato; Mrs. Keith Pair (Fern), Burr Oak; Mrs. Doyle White (Barbara), Long- mont, Colo.; Francis L., For- moso; ~Adna W:, Axtell, Nebr.: Floyd D., Formoso, Donald W., Mankato; Robert W,, Ro- berts, Ida.; Howard R., Wich- ita; and Claude Junior, who died in 1936 at Hartville, Mo. Her survivors include 24 grandchildren, 3 step children and I0 great children. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one son and two grandchil- dren and a ha|f-brother. She was baptized into the Lutheran faith as a child. M1/- lie's life was completely ab- serbod in the :two generations represented here today. She lived and worked and thought only of her children. Up to the hat she was not concerned with her own pain or if she were going to get well. Her only thought was for the com- fort of her daughter who stay- ed with her, While her children were small, her energy and drive were unlimited even though the demands and tasks of car- Ins for them were endless. She often said, "I would live my life all over again, hard- ships and all." Up to the end sho asked for each and every- one by name. Her love for oaeh was tho same, She wu partial to none and her love ~or her monm-in-law and dau~h- YOU WILL BE CONTACTED SOON AND GIVEN A CHANCE TO PURCHASE $12.00 IN SERVICE AND MERCHANDISE FOR JUST $4.95. HIGHWAY !i