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FEBRUARY 2, 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD PAGE IB [MANKATO DEFEATED [Alice Turner - Obituary -. I MILTONVALE 80 TO 52 ] III I I Alice Gertrude Correll, the I Mankato defeated Milton-[daughter of Tom and Susie |9 Accord]n- to Richard Dia Mankato Garden Club [vale 80 to 52 on their court ICorrell, was born July 12, 1891. I " ' ~ ' " " I Tuesday night January 31 fin Washington Kansas. Her round treasurer $9 292 00 Mankato ExtensionHome- I,.. ' .... ',n "ca ...... i ~ ...... '- ~,A ], ~ :' ' . '. ..' .' ....... ,+_.,. ITne manKato 't~' t m maLl early cnl/anoou was spent x... ]nao beenaonateo to me nos- makers um~. , , 135 to 52. I there, until the family moved [i)Ita!.!und.?ff?etlve January Bide-A-WeecmD.+ .... I Coach Miskimon's club will[to Mankato, and she was grad- . [:~t. l.~t)~, ires ]s a gooa start ~.mr. ann lvirs, aonn ~mK, lplay at Belier]lie Saturday]uated from Mankato High --" on the goal of $40 000 which ~st)on Nationa dver i " " ~ ' " ' ' Ka "Elklns was our new uen mght Feb. 4 and Glasco willlSchool m 1910. I A t s,ng Representahve is needed immediately for Mrs Elsie M Proctor, Lal..' ,, ' ........ ~..~. [ r,, la,9 All .... a R,~h,. ]%/I..1.,,+.. I ' . . . ..... " .~ ,o I De nere luesuay Ill,ill,, 'K;IJ, | a.ll la&~l ....~,~. uJ.l~l **v~+..[~u &JL4~,iIIPI&4~I,~ KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. ]dqu'iifn';nmtmi~:tt~' ~xilaYt'artr~te tv'~!2:'n~d'm~i;:~a ne Bla [7"The box scores: IBla sT:rt ?rKwe es.ma dr FRIDAY - SATURDAY. SUNDAY 701 Jackson, Topeka, Kansas 66603 ]intensive drive after an or- . a " Y ' Y- ]Mankalo "i3", 35; /children are Robert Correll ]ganization meeting, which is lock. ,- . [Miltonvale, 52 land Warren John. For several FEBRUARY 3 - 4 - 5 ..... being held Friday February Mr. and Mrs. uarus nenn-/ " . .... r ....... . . . / + ,,., n ..... " "h~ Mtho"istin"sen / lg II I lp /years mey iarmeu at ionia, . ,. I I can snow to any numan t", a~ .:. v ..... a~ ~ ee u ' .~' . .... [Leroy Moser 3 1 2 7 /and then moved back to Man- Starting at 7:30 p. m. ~I!ONAL NEWS?AP [be]niL let me do it now and[Church in Mankato. l~r. ana mrs. rmsse"]Jerry Rourke 4 0 1 8 kato where Bob practiced law IA C TJ7: Inot d'efer it for I shall not/ Each week the Record will Warner. - .lEd Wilson 3 1 2 7 ]with his father, R. W. Tnrner. ,~f-~ .... [[~E:~I I~"~:F'~.)'/r ]pass this way again." [~iliti:~,saC~hnPleC~en~li2e:fetihe NiM:olsand Mrs. ttaymona/Mike Conner 1 3 4 5 /In 1928 Bob & Alice b:~gra~l [Ul~_~f.~("~J~., ~.~.~'~ - - --, I: - - .... f I | v, ' ~ ' " g " /Leon Hull 2 2 0 6 /their management of C IL4k.) ....~.+/I~.) ..~..i l+.) ...... ---" l Second Class Postage Paid ta/added as their money is re- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil-/~,_ ~,~,~.~,,, , n 0 2 [Hot,H which continued until ,,"~'.f~""- ~l ..... I,I. |k._)7~.* ..... IELL COUNTY RECORD the Post Office, Mankato, Ice red There will be threebeck ]m,~.e 11~......... 14 7 9 35 ]their 'son Jack took over the ' 1~?. ~" .... ~-: ..... , " 1 oLaIs t , , ::~ ~" ";~:~ ' ~ s ._ I Kansas 66956. [lists' those who have donated Mr and Mrs Bob Fraass / ........... | ............ -' ' ...... sold J::~. ./J .n,i~'%. ~, 16, No. 33, printed week- 1, ,~,~ ..... '. ..... +~ ........ h,, ~.,~o,~ ~-noo'ck /ManKato A ,.o; "' Y"u.277" ".. P ". JU?t ' M=,I,~^ I/' .....L~O~ Il,,kc,~rlnflnnc. /*''you U" 'ilO' ~-' ....... e .............. tMiltonvale, 52. /the notel in l~b2. ~ne ~;~ l~~t #*V::~::~ll ..~ ...................... =:==,--.v ....... . + ,/have donated $750 to equip a Tom Cv'~,au,~ Esbo., / fg ft f tp /died at her home in Mankato ~,,, ~ ~J ,~ I$ .ou per year In JeweH/singe room' and all other, Mr. and mrs. ~reg mum-/ .... ~- 1 0 3 2 ~on January 23 1967 "lL~ _ - ~t:,:~ ,he Newspaper of Jewell I County and surrounding |donors. ' ! reel, Esbon. ]j;.y. ~wgg "" 3 4 25 I Alice was ~)'recede(l in death ~:~.-+....~""~~ - County" I counties (Smith, Osborne /Donors of $1 000 or more" i Mr and Mrs Ted Thummel ]~vnKe ~omt~e x.t ,. , . ] ..... v+ ............. "~~~1" .~ I ............ ' / ' ' " " ' / R, ussell t ange1 2 t ,t /Oy ner paren~ tier- t.uu, t:., ~\:.~..:~ :.. I w" ,~ -- plV/ltcnetL t.Aoua, v.epuoHc/ Paul D. Crangle l Esbon. I.. ;'. "~ .... 2 1 8 /Harr" Correll and husband "~l~!~-a~:::::~~:~''~r::/'~111~ ,~.a~'- . ' THE BOYD FAMILY ]counl i s ainnd Kansas, and Mrs. John R. l(irk ] Mr' andMrs'HarrySutcliff'];:mVlcol~;Ll~S ; 4 4 20 /nob.:~She is leeply mourne~J ~~ "*~~ : OWners and Publishers N.uc o.. a webster coun- ] Harry Swopc ] Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crangle./Ralph Ozmun 5 5 2 15 ]by her family: Bob and Betty II~li: '~:~i I[ ....,~0~ , ._ ues xn ~eDrasKa. ]Donors of $750: Mrs. Idella Johnson. ]...... Grout 1 3 1 5 ]Barnes Turner and tae r |~:l:i:i)!::i:+'; ~" ,AT~'r" _ , W. BOYD, JR., Editor ]$4 00 a year elsewhere. / Dr. D. D Allen (memory of) l Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rose, ]r~'~, M .... a 0 1 0 ]dauahters Susan Lynn De- ~1~1~1~}:~ -~SdiOIl~l~l~ Frank Boyd, Assocmte Subscribers are asked te/It was requested that the Cawker City. olfe lEd Wilson 0 1 0 1 ]borah and Betsy. of Portland, ~ Editor Inotify this office at once/s:~2aynLs!he donor remain MM;lva2d aMn7 BLiIId jWohanek' I Totals 30 2017 80 ~kal. y good thing that I] when they have a change oil The Boyd Family. ] Esbon. ~ .... |Jack and I)'elila Studer 'r'urner ~~~ p mdness that l address. /Other Donors: Kenneth and Eldon Johanek, [4-H Junior Leaders |& their children John Chris- / Mankato H. D.U. [Esbon. /aanuary Meeting /Une Paul Rol~ert and Mi- ~ :, / / /chael of Mankato. - + ..' . About this time of the year .' $~i ' [ II~llrl V ~U ~==rr~ i/MANKATO LAUNDRY IS REP. ARDEN DIERDORFF /there's a lull in all 4-H activ-/ofA~,e T::r::a,aCtcV:urmchmbned ~~'~-- .~ i [ numrL 1 ~.n~a I I IEI~ l/BEING REMODELED TO BE IN MANKATO /ities but it seems that thiS/the Altar Guild" the Mankato ~, t~l~l~ ~'~'~'I~'~V IL~L~|~U ] |' ..... I1| ' /lull especially affects our dU-/Librar. Board 'a member of r%..:,-.m~.,d I tL4111~'],sP"_ ~ ~ 1 P ]gUlg I11.UtVlI~ I~U~IX~ I~/ The Mankato Laundry is Rep Arden Dierdorff will|ties as Junior Leaders Oh l.. -" 'L--ion Auxil [ Arm".; t,e ., II i,,-,'" l' ..... me /~merlcan cg - -- M. A.B. I/being completely remodeled, be in Mankato Saturday, Feb. [it's not really so bad, though; |;,~.. h,, ~.+ ....... o,,,~. ,.~.~ ,. ~/i,.~ -~'~.| | ~.~1 ~l~| ll "-' _ . /The laundry will bc closed 4 at 10:00 a.m. at the Correll/we may not have much bus]-[;ar'tici;ant'in'~many'otiaerac: ~ C~ D]J.,~Jl ~ L~/fl'om Wednesday morning, Club Room. He will diseuss]ness to discuss, but we sure] ....................... ,.... I= [I ~ -- "~ ! ~~ls to [developed. /Veb. 1, until Monday morning, the present legislative session/have interesting programs, lUSt|ca ;::er%~?~as,s ,w:s~.co;. " --~~ [~UI~6~/BI[~ D[~U't~ thcland of sun- |Feb. 6. The work may be and answer any questions. [ This was especially true of/. .-.~ ...... ,sa's Pldl ]J [~.t:~i~/~Ea ut.nunu "l:oullll~nl t,and tile others are pro- shine, health-giving pure air, /completed before Monday All of his constituents are cor-lour January meeting held at/~uc, t, e2~ ,a~.an~'m ne'j:nu_ *''" .;mmmamm my glad of it. blue skies, and gorgeous sun-/rnorning and the laundry will dially invited to attend. If/the Jewell County Court House/~ .... "2~ "'[,,:,:,~+.~..','~'" "['rim at , ~J u,~ -MAB- ]rises and sunsets. [be open for business as soon there is interest shown, Rep. ion Jan 23 The roll call "A/ary zu~,,2~'~,.~w~'~,,ou~ Man- ,,ae " ~ '" h, h ..... ,, ~,~. ,,~,v~ ,~,,,~-: -" n nearing a dangerous KANSAS is t e nine ol the/as the work is completed. Yet, Dmrdorff plans to have other ]New Year's Resolutmn ,].. ,.. =11 IRev Carl Sandbera Covenant tU!g oil the highway, stop|golden sunlh)wers lac.t ,,l |it will be open lor certain meetings in the future. |brought some amusing an-/ l rlr~flllSe [Mission Church, Courtland; nmk and better et ways towards tne sun nora F 6th n m in To eka to re , tour ==sws=~ ., ' ' Y~ '1 ' . ~. " ' . ' /Monday morning, eb. ' . Arde ', " P ' -|swers, although most Ju" ] ......... NKS , I Don DuranL Jewell; W. G. al~ to stop. I the time !.t comes up.m !tie] Tim walls and ceiling are present his district and wants]Leaders decided not to make/ ' ' u ur .ha IHuffnaan Colorado Springs, [t -MAB- Imorning, mrougn me n|azmg]being repainted. A new floor to know the wishes of thelany as they would probably] The Robcrt-'~Purner and W nn nlnn |Colo.: Vachel Crawford. For- ,. is a great man who hasln(,ontide, and on westward.un-~a,ld door arc being installed, voters in his district, lbe broken the next day. Our|j Turnor ram]lies wish to i~Ol'#~saaas~~' [moso; Mrs. Jack Reed, For- wer and doesn't abuse ti.Itil its olast rays orop netOW[Six new machines (four 12 ..... ]special guest for the evening/[ .t" ~,,i. P.ionds and Imoso' Henry Van de Rtet, -MAB- the surlace oi me carm. ~ ~,,,,,,~ a ..... ~ ....... ' 7, ....... I ............ /lb. machines and two 8-lb. r,.k .... ,. r~.., ~ /was Merle Gary Hesket. State/_.,;..,.,. .... r,,, +h'*ir assistance January 29, 1967 at 3:50[Cawker City; Lee Shirley, "'~ waste our time, in KAINbAb IS Lne sLoreaouse ~l.U~ ~,v~ h.~. d nr~.ou~t~ su~ ~, ,~ :_~ ' Y ] [machines) are being installed. ]Game Protector who showe ] .................... f s"m- P. m. at the corner of U. S. I Mankato; Mrs. Richard B~, UWing mud Even if you of the world " ' -- ,ts of slides accom an- ann mnu expru,-,~tut~,', u y .... , , ~,, , ". . . [ .............. /i Ins means tllat all 14 ol the ur.. ,. ........ r scout]n,' in/tW se , P ./nathv durinff t e' r,cent loss 36 highway and Chnton SUect, mus and son, Emil, Downs, ~+, your nanas are airty. [ ~Ar~A~ ....... is me tanct oi my |machines ....... m the center part :.,,+~,,~,,~,s ..... of 1966 with~" six|rod" by recorded narraUon, " ana]..~" "-'"'.~,,.~. ...... r,,~" .... _hAr~l mothere and John Burch driving a 1962 ..... Corwm Sorrell, Glen Eldest, " ' " rlvlle senLO De . ~,~,~-+,,~*~- .... . ut w...t ,~.,,*,+,-. ' .. ,.. -MAB- [bnth.I wasp . ~..~.,,. |of the store have been install- .. ....... ~....,. .qtonhon Elkin~ ]background musm. The shdes[,,.o.a.,,,+h,~. Chevrolet and Jerry L. Kin-| -- ~verbs [oornon me resties.s roulng|ed new within the past several ~x~.~.~ o~,,"~,'vid Warn~' ]were on wildlife conservation,]~ .............. sey Montrose driving a 19661 r I ~Very man thinks his own[ prairms of Ka+nsas.. ;then se(~tn |,nunths Now there will be 12 ~'~'~.'.~ ~';'~'-'r"Martin Neer, er'/especially of interest to our]_ . _ __.. Ford standard ttart top col-[ WEATHER + :~e swans. .. ling center oI t ne ngnt mr nu-/of the 12-1b. machines and two ."~':'o'~+..r~:~i.,htmeier ~rs'/group, as they were photo-] Pranx uempsey - uo.uary lided at the intersection. I ,---7. . :_ herman/man liberty, r,.ansas too was/. ,~... o ~. .... h,,.. rPh.. ..... at~u ~+,u~v ~,~ " .-..''|ar,rthad riaht hare in Jewell] rPh,rta u,,ro na iniHrio,~ "Pho] Clyde Reed ollicial woBtnet ' UI LIIU O-It3. lll~-icltllle~. 11,,.7 ~vwu . lr~.,-a~,,.~.~.~ --=e~--" " ~*,~t,.~ .,e~e .,,.. .=,j~.~o.e ..... e 3,t can't be cured mustlyoung, only a teena, ger (15),/16_1b. machines on the east] .,.,, o,,. [County. The slides were quite[. Frank a?bertDemp!sey ,'was estimated dantage to the observer, reports a. __ht h endured. ] when I was born ana we nave/,.~.~ ...... +ill -,~eratin at ton, .... ,,,=; ,. .... ,... ..... ~."."-:/enlo,,able as well as informa-/Dorn to ~onn aria narrmt m,.- B,,roh car was 225 00 and to/temperature reacling o! aZ on --English/grown up together. Kansas, Of]ei. ' iency......... iman ne~ping, l~.im ann ooel/tive~bringing all of us up on/ma Dempsey on July 27, 1883, th'~ ~Kinsey ,l~to~ th~ tat]mat |Sunday Jan, 29th, and a t envy were a fever, all/course, had growing pains| li of the laundr islElkins were our tag-a,ongs. /tbe'latest methods and results/in Jewen County. He departed ed+damage was'$$230 0:0 Tim/or 11 on Friday, Jail." Zah, ~1 f the The po cy Y The hrst months are ones ubhc Coun kind would be ill, land went through many o | ..... "_. . I . /of=wildlife conservation in our] this life at the Rep ' " ~'.+ ....... :' worked b"/Tlmre was .05 .inch ,ll~ 411~ ,' --Danish ' s of children and ma be to ~eep an .me macnmes m of learaing all about Cut) ....... ho ;m [ tv Hosoital, .Bellevllle Kans., ~,.,,,,,=,,t ~-o . .~. ~ :/~ .... w,-~,,,~s~m,, IV,~h ! ,t . [111. o ...... Y [,+n,.m worKina condition[e .... +;,,,, nnd wo oniov~d[county; all too u'~en ....... "/: _= ........ ' ..... Trooper .+aynara ~nearer. / ...... e ........ . ....... ue first ste towaro cure did some tOOllSn mmgs. ~.v~--v ~" ' ~'~''"""~ .........$"'~""--'. utnrk w ch these neo-/Jan z6 1~o/, at me age u+ / to know whPat the disease] Win]am Alien White once]Whenev?r any m h,ne startS{learning our motto tne pro-lP 'e t nt oe-'-W io iced by'the|83 yeaA five months, and Z0 rhn o--N |wrote' "Kansa~ leads the way L to neea constant repairs, ~tlmise, the law of the pack l P g Ida s ' Acco ' g Y' ~ g'/Lucy Circle 'i e laced rest of us Y draft board clerk the county --Latin] She was first in prohibition,/will' be r p [ and how to work with" other [ ....... :"n wa" ,,r,wided by/ He" resided in Jewell County . ', ~ ......... [ --- , , __ , r~ecrca~=u o V V naQ an InuI.ICLI()~I Ck [ or nile , ~ , ! - ....... :.-~ +~,. -oiler| ..... |boys lr the pack Our meet-I -, .... ,_~.~,~.~] m, ~,,,, ,i..,~ ,,-'~rs which were | Mrs Lendell Graliara, Mr~o ' aOOllLIoIl+UAlt,ut ~*lc , OIV 0 O lll~ 1t a~.s uu~' ~,,~-.~ ~.~-. ( , ' -- " ' ' ork Wanda Gt e~ ~ ~ r~ ~ ~' February 1 1967 Fhe call ( nd Miss Mabel' II . __ , .~ [towel the blue sky law, all/olive Hill Fifth Imgs :were filled w)thw .;[ ,~+.a-~reshments'~/er~ serVed/Spent :in Norton County. He ...... ' "... w. ..... [,l. E. M)on a .... I[I I,p A I' /came popping out of Kansas/sunday' Meeting [games ana too~. we vl, sxtea]~ ~h~,Webbet+. "W~-Awake]Was engaged in farming most ~;; n'~olunleeJ/m ....... t'+u[Yapp were hostesses to,,+Ule ~|l~llll ~lkl~ll, ]like bats out of hell Other[ /the Armory ana were snownI .;.... - /of his life and served as trus- " " luucy uircte weanesaay a mr. ,, . [states took them up and Kan-[ The Fifth Sunday Rally held]the Army equ, xpment and rode| a'-~3ne~tfui~'al note' At the begin-[ tee and county commissioner "UDIClAL CASES ]noon at the Methodist Churcla. arnYones~, c 8 dl~d[lr~[ g sent cardSret 1 shi h lor s De ree , " I ~taWn tthanhotSa weamerlsmeJ nar emott)erSupWe erlroer s oscar wnae e,a]netsa M trts a,+ nozds Met ras _ [is for a hungryearthquake],,,o FalCon Randall' North]hlps us to remember other|. ":'most-ee-le u" I~ere[in Mankato Kans on t "'l ........ [Annual Meeting Ot the g ~as sentenced to ~0 days in m,n s o |o ~"~ St hens in mat p p v .re Saturday Night [to come along and gobt)le|o'.,~.~.~';~.~.~.,.,m,~ Burr Oak]people. Mrs. Pearl ep ~/ ............... is/ He was prece(ted in death ,.s ,'~ .', : ',: ", ] ,, '," S ciety of Chri~dan toy Eilo,'s was inour office/v ...... ,m I will nromise/'~'a"c ....... ~ .... '7 _ - '/took Mrs Elkins' place in/nno ms uKmnoma accu-~.u~;~I ........... +o his brother jail on each of the two caecK[Service at Beloit, Karts., Mar, eSda,,":',~n subscribed for]:;','',;~--y,~-~-~...,~,,, ,,,~1 h'we|etc' The group enjoyea+a oas-/December We were busy/tasteful. Mr. ~unter .man~[ouy^t~ v~'~"~~ister Jennie charges. She was granted an/ 1:~ were discussed. Mrs. Alton , ~ .... _ . ., /mat L[le ea-t, H qua~c w~, "~ /ket dinner tonowe~ ny me at-/ .. ~ X ......... :~,_ ~.../seem to share this opinmn. 1 ~t:~,~, , .... .' -.- -~-,,~;:,, ......... ~- on condition/~'~'., ........ ,,~.t ,t.o ~M~-,+, ". ~ecord to sen(a to mS/a bad case or inoigestion tor]+ ..... o,,n w'orshin service The]'maKing ~nr~sunu~ ~.~ tu.] n.~,~ Switzer Renorter,/Porter, three infant cnimren,-:' ........ ~+v ...... . ........ /.+,~ v:e?=+,,. .... "T ,.t" _+,~'--? aglater Mrs Edgar Wright] .......... ~ -nochs afterwards" / ..... .~ " ~_J ... ~,....,./families ann working onour/ --" ..... |th~ ~ldest son John Thomas sne pay me amounts tn u,e|,,The tmrlsuan ant* nlmee Ob.,~u,~ " This was a/s,;~,a, ...~__ + _2_,..,~ tau.+ht| meeting was opeueu, u y ,~a,~,,,./achievements Now we are all/ -- /"--.- _ ....... checks and costs. Defendant[ Mmes Dale Crangle, L~nd~l ~0rt"'week for Ye Scribe] ~v, Yb ploneerrete tPa'ind~ex~im~lea P Anderson of Randau, IOUOWeCln anxious to help Greg Ham]l- Westernalres Election anlHeonels survwegrat~u~t*by his wife paid checks and costs. [Graham Albert GroveS~ Jen- ~ean in the Record office. ~eal~ayPs loo~ up and reach/bYled Csngcreegfet na ca neglento]tOn to be a member of o~r[of Officers ]Ethel, and seven children.. Jamo~S KentPtete~)0dmv::lag[nie Olson, Gle~n:jl;~at~i ;qaesday, Jim Freeman,] out to observe the "Goldent ~r,, l-lo~rt" l'~d by Gerald/Den. We thank our paren, ] ]Laverne, Madeline Sills, le , " ~" ' I vance. ~. , .... ~ .. :_ tvin~ "P,-~-er" took me to] ~,..,^ ....n l~o+,~, t- the "Ser-!"'~ ......... .~ _ . /for their help and hope we/ ~^-"-... Saturda,' Feb 4 atl ..... .,,~. Max]he Cordel Icosts, l the Webber woman s ~tat~ --,-~,~- , r~u,ca.u ,o ..... , aceom anieo Dy der- ~.vx~cu.~ a, ' tv,u[a~ ..... --- ' , . . ~rtland where I joined my] ......... ~.~ Mount' [ Boyles, , P ..... | will be better adults for hav-/, o Community Building at]w~rren Ore Lyle Nampa I Gary L. Sharp, count one, lof Chmstian Service, who w+as tel, u;,,..,~ ~,,,ios and/m~,..,,,, ~,,~ _'_ ........ el ry t~tacKstone, ana a pr,~y,/ in,; been aood Cub Scouts / 2'= .... t,.;:. .... kies and]'\" ,: - ~.'.. r~,,/Pmnn St I no flags or reflectors; count la visitor for the day, and Lt/ay , v....z,.,., ........ It has neen my pI'IVIIU~4U uJ- , r ot me + e. ~, " ~:uu r. Lvl. ,_,lm~, ..-,.. loa, LVa L,~.,. ............. . ' left for Topeka to attend[ living a long and happy lif;I bY,.,Re~ilFcel[ur:l~st~he pro-/ --Reporter. ]service. Coffee will be furnish-'lHelens Ore., Forrest, Formo-]2,.failure to co mp!y w,!h 6;0,0,0] W,]ey helped with the le~mm: !: ar,Otart:;nsa v aYsda:/:n:n:::l::: myd so:: myI g~vmc~l::l;d" 'My Home [MANY THANKS /ed Barbara Junker./~:rs-?na'[:wJet~;l; :;urdna?::; f~ii~ ~i:g;':ui!~iiini! 00/[h!i; ttiit ie: !i!hi :l!o': t with the Council of Wo-I ~reat grandchildren, all be-] ....... = ........ 'l | 1 21 grandchildren: 30 great [ ,. .. , , s,.. [ + p ..... ~r~ s ~weet Home ny rtex ~Vlmer la James L, tMICKSOn speed world in this age ot t~nnol + , then followed meeting ,| come native born Kansans 1 .... '[ I wish to thank my friends| /.randchildren. and other re -I . v . " "+ , : -/ " " " ccom anlea D mrs rtex HANKS deAcons and banquets in[ -- I a .. p ' Y | for the cards, gifts and visits/ CARD OF T / tires and a host of friends, ling, $10.00 fine and costs.., |ogy through _the haa,ds: lll~= l)id succession until SundayI Rob Kramer son of Mr and[Mi~her- ........... ,a] during my stay in the hos-] .-:--~.--.~-,, -, --,,[ He joined the Christian] I)enn!s.f+L t)arta.gt~, specu/and brains of .sc!enust, ~y- oh 'rh .... ~,,~r,, the Woman'sl .. ~ ;. .... ~ .... / r~eaolng - .% ,+,~ue v'u/..;+~ ~. at,,,.,= -,~urnina home I Many tnanKs to a,t u~ -.,:, [,,~. .... k ;,, n~,-,ql Karts ]riling, $1a.uu nne anu lusts. | man, and preacher . tasa~'~'~,h'(Historical), [ m,r,s. ,George ~ooert r~ra,,.e;,I Lady So Gray" by Jess Platt.[ v .... =-~':'"" "S oo -~" "] friends, neighbors and re!a-[,~=~ ............. [ Richard E. Boggs, imtn:oper/ .... tti,,~ ~..~ v._-.., ....... rs[Wno nas comp,ete~ a semes-[ Song - 'I Will Sing TheI -- l~ooney ttanerty /tires for the beautiful carls, I*~;u.- ...... ho aot a]left turn $10.00 fine and costs.] _ . ~*e ,~ons ann,..sau~;,~[.,~.] ter of graduate stuoy at Lne[ ur,,,.,,~ .... Story", congrega-I -- | .+:~ ..... a Pi ..... rs I received l tn nls later year,, ~.,. 7 ,.....| r,. ...... ', ^ c,,,.ooran st)eed-| 2nd Grade Brownlel ' +'aans l~epuoucan ~mU:[University of Kansas, spentl;[~"~"7+'~. C:erald Bovles 1CARD OF THANKS /~','~'~' "-"~ .',:[-~'..o,-;*-1 May[lot of enjoyment OUtoOt ,~t~];...,~,,,,~.r;.~.~..~,,,~ ,'.,,~s ] ' ~a~ ra,.,,h,~n.uet pastl ...... , ...... I ~*u*,. ~.,~u,-- ~.- v " / / Wnlle in ul~ **uot-,.~,-+ , " I e .u.-, ..,A h;~ many trienos. / xn~. ,~*u uu .,.e a.., ....... i .... T" ~,,,2, "" "t .'., '/the weeKeno nere at ule hornyI x+.._,u .,t,.,,~D..... h Ouartet-I I .......... u I lan, t,j, a,,u ,.,o " . ,./ r'.__ x,-- r~ ...... nt.a.q~ (t sale/ The 2net tiraae ~wmu, Ltlent s roup anct News Mr and ~'+urm -a L~OCl nles5 yuu a. ervlces were nelcl t)on van ~tm~t -~ ' g ' " '-I of his uncle and aunt, . ll,,,v... Your Burden To Thel I wish to express my sin-I .... ^nna Cole [ Memorial s " . .... / ........ i+,,.~n n~:t,,)el, iv Pre:[ Troop 178 met Jan. 30 la tl~ ~I" ' OFflmitLeP xh~-~ -- ~wta, .-x use NleLnoUlSt Ut IILUIt,~*E~u l-'u ! ~ d" . ' Brunch, w~th c , .~] Mrs. A. T. Kramer, and v,slt-I .... .... ,ur~u Thou Withl cere thanks to each and] lat the Montr . - [ ......... t ~',w V,t, ] Methodist Church baaemeat. ~i uses sano- t.t.. a,,,~ ....... A M baturoay nlnlnary i]eh,',,,v, se....... ' " " , ' ngsand cauc t~]ed his grandmother, Mrs, t .............. .~ab,~Mrs[everyone for the many cardsl ............r.,,m eiaht[Church, 10.30 .,. -- '[ ..... "~ ~a ,~ m D+fondant| l)ebra Bcougher and Milan. led in I was surprised , ' Sr at .wit , hct-u***t~a-*'-,~ a ., . l,liteen wu.,=. ..v ~, an 28 The Rev uean l-ose ~!= t,~ :,-,, v ....... e.- .., ..... t.~ +.+ative~l George Kram~, , ... q John Dillon. '1 and letters, flowers and giftsI narishes of the Beloit Deanery] J ", .' ........ "'ices Music~ -osted t,ond of $1,000.00. [ Hulbert held the flags, while v~easea wne. my ,, Smith Center r~oo lelt Mort ld me durra m sta in r- ohn conclucLeu u~t: ~v~v t- ~ ~ W( said the flag salum arm , ........ "'~-s .,resented] " , " ". .1 Vocal duet- "Neath the O I] sent to " g y y ' t[ met'in the home of Mrs. J ] ' ....... b" a ~-uartet | Jerry Dale Ileskett, pcttyl ' .' ' ..... .~,,]u w~tu~,. .... .v " _.:,:1 day to spena severat we~sI Olive Trees" Mrs Pat Hunterlhospital Many thanks to alll ..... 1 Smith Center on Mon-|was mrn,~,,cu s "< .-. '/, --" %5 00 fin( and (oats .the Brownie promme, l'dtof wire a silver tray w~u!l, ;+h hi~ "'~rents in Brussels/ ' '.' ,'' ~.. _ / ;' _ ' ........ / rally, ' o 'June crum r aye Mnsey uon/{areoncy, ~.,. ' .... I ......... -, f .............. tion' "Ma/ .......... v,, ' , ' 'l and Mrs. Auretia ~nOOK, ac-[ wno Drought tuna alter my re-I day Jan. 30, 1:30 p.m. tor a] ..... O~'l.-h Sta-leton' ac-] Roland J. Dethloff, permitt-[ aid ana coo~es, were se~ service[ Belgimn. | eompanied by Mrs. Rex Mill-[ turn home. Again Thanks. | board meeting of the N.C.C.W./ ~"2~:',,~'~"k~',~ Clariee Pe[cete [ ing illegal us(, of rostricted/by Trum . Taylor _tO --,,~u, .,, ........ Pauline Simmelink. ner Mrs John ~ .... v ........ . " .rose 10 00 fine Brownies. two teaoera al~ [ati ns and Daughters, er. Belolt Dea y. " sket bearers were Rmhard driver s lice , $ ve So, . ..... ~1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer[ W.ca1 duet - 'I Do Not[ -- -- / ...... resident was In] Ca, ... .-. [ . . /three tag-alongs. We, plily4~l "1967 90 years young, * ..... t--atzet, t., , " Russell wayne uempsey, ann costs. . , - ,, ' ..... ~lwere in Topeka last I~rlday[v ..... " Mr and Mrs Harvey[ Mrs Curtis Folsom Mrs. I ....... P the meeting which| '. .... ,. /the rainmaker for our garlic+ me omy one present w,.u],.,h,~,o Mr Mever attended a[ ~ ..... .' " - ...... ~t Cindvl,,,,,,..2"., o,,,a o.. o ....... - ns Dennis Murray, oac,, ~,,,s; BONDS FORFEITED: which is a rhythm game the t " -'-- ;3lYlueKer acculnpat- ., ~..u.u ,,u.~o a u ..~ nslsteO OI repur~ a.= vla at the organization mee .... 7 " " ..... "" , " ~ ............... 7" co '," George Sills, and J. Richard . in nd have attended m. eetlng of the State Assoc]a-ISmucker" '[Beam spent the weekend in[for the new year. / L Charles F. Cogburn, specd /Brownies play in Denmark, ,t 1~15~-2--,~oHnaS since.[ ra'~m"se" tton of County Attorneys. Mr.I rhrissie Ahrens introducedlOmaha. Mrs. Folsom visited[ Deanery chairman will con-| '-'~,,,~+'~(',,,a, in the Pleasant!ing' $10.00 and costs. ./The Brownms maae tammatr, .._~'.~:'~ +'"~Y~%'~ .... ~ |Meyer is attorney for thel..~ o..~'~,u,~ Harvey Smucker, I at the home of her son Ma-[,~,,ot a workshop for parish[..," ..... .,'~[ ............... [ Harry tt. Kaveney, speeo | ines aria are_w pteturea~ ~ ~o sta~ nati'v'e|county hospital board and heto'~ A~be~,viile who deliveredljor Murray Folsom and family[~residents and chairmen at|V w ............ !ing, $10.00 and costs, /them, The Browme.=2 ..... a lifet transacted some hspiU)tl t he most'challenging, soul stir-I and Mrs. Beam and Mrs.I ]be'Open Deanery meeting to] ....... I Charles Lofton, coul!t one,/ s,,me, songs, ye a,a a t ~[m can ue_c~,,~ ..... nd| business with state officimsI ...... ssa,+e we have everl Jones at the home of Mr. andl be held at Osborne, Monday,] --__--_ _._ ]speeding; count 2, no Oriver's/ with the t~rownte tunrmt. ~ ~oet', wxcn nu,l~;~ ;nv~| while he was in Topeka. | be~n 'orlvile;ed to hear. He[ Mrs. Dean Carre. :he ladiesI Feb 13 [ Center RebeKan t.ooge 1Z [lieense. $10.00 fine on eaeh[ --Rel~tt;~. L ~Te~imam~il;Yi~;~Kane~:~i I CARD OF THANKS / i'~:~!:?!id!:!h;nd?d;!ll rl!ieP~:iil ~stmeeiSa%tit ~!~:!aei! tHn~:e::~ I ofD~or~l:ddM~gRon CcaT~rln:~l n2:ntere:u~2~;k'~w@t~lL}2d~atl!;/:,:g~a~$ih::~cTn~ancgmt~, speed] LaMwrre~,M:: ~I~:tll~S~tt~ |ca ld ofice. My bosls[ I wish to express my sin-]times, and strive to be acre-I Major Folsom, who is station-[ week to attend the funeral serq p.m., Jan. , , ?[ Delbert N. Turnb, mgh, noI between s.mester break'wtalt- nnot ho n na ~ tr Fore Base Mrs R bets present Due to increment rent ear plate $5 00 and mg at the home of he! M . came Friday and cere thanks to eac a, every- dit to our God, and our feLow-| ed at Offutt A" e "L| vices for his mother, "'- .'1 "., " ." Icur Y +, . [[. r all came home togeth one of you who . " !ii men. All agreed it was the] receive a Bac e ' g ~[B, Turner, and a vis" " ;] nd After our cost,, | ,, "" " la.. rsonall , I didn't letters flowers, canny and toI most inspirational message from Omaha University. ] brother Jack Turner and[ unable to atte . ~o , | Charles C. Boyec, speeding,IAult, of Esbon. Mra. y - Pe Y !'t[ _ ' ..... :..'ed me auring I ,', _ " . _, / o " " 1"- '1' ..... r left Fri-lbusiness meeting retresn- / tt0 00 and c)sts [ the former Lynette Aul~ an other Jewell County mose wnu v,~,~ . 9 we nao ever nearo. - .............. iamny, ur. .u~,,~ d b Mrs *'' " ~ " )leYat the various me~Y[mY recent stay in.the hosi!t Mr. Ralph Anderson presid- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Co'day to return to Portland and]~ents i~:;enSer~leMis~Grace/ Wesley Llpp,speeding,]graduate t.hl8 ~ia?;l~ , - We did visit with Mr, tal and since, co!rang nom~I ed over the business meeting fey of Goodland, Kansas left] his wife is staying tne rest o[[ es e |$10.00 anta costs, i ma,lormg m eo a ,, Dierdorff, our re- Your acts ot K maness are which included the secretary's Belier]lie Kansas Jan. 25thl this week. [ Jenkins. . | ....................... [ husband is in graduate~', ;e.,rs~.,,~ -[prized very mucn and werelreport by Mrs. Pat Hunter. with the Pan American I-Iigh-I ____~._ .. | --Reporter. /Offlce of !he Co. S up_t.:_ . ]and h*s major is com~ a.~'~,"~," ..... e~ ~ greatly appreciated. [ The next meeting will be at lway Motorcade. They will] Special numbers at tne ~s-[ ..... --_:-- . _ . / "What is a cy.mc? A manlart. ~ +, ,. ~:~ ~,~.a~+.. ~th the hurch Sunday Mr and Mrs Franl ~:nns /who knows the price ot e~ely .. ;= , . --Harry E. Colson. Randall April 30th, w' s end some time in Mexico bun Christian C - Y] . " _ ' ' [ -f~-.-----'--~'~= , ~AS .o Pe0P}e.fine,s up-[ '' ............ "[usual basket dinner followed ~P~y and then go to Guate-]were a piano solo, "Ivory t-'al-|ley and Mary of Salina ana[thing, andthe v~lt~e or noth-[ Mr:.ana Mr~,DOn_~ ouru ~uu --- ' ~ * ' '" imes but Rodne Rafferty returned by an afternoon of wor P mala, Central America where[ aces'by Mrs; Hil m , a[Bill Ri ey, , ing." -- ~ ' I v~m,narya2u:i: ' '~ttl ,r~ .... a-y from the Bellevilldel and fellowship. All are cord]at-]the- will visit Curtis Coffey [vocal duet, In Times LikeI Nebr.. were Sunday dinnerI The following . tra n_sac_!e21Sunday__._with,~ M!~t~,+ ,,,'----,, ........ ,," t-,, ...... - . ,, .... a , _ . ,, .,,__.. _,__ ,^ ,.^~ ..... ,, t.., ~trs Bessie rl|ll-lm,=StS O] mr ana Mrs ur-|business in our OtilCe ~,ne pa~/an~ ~evaua Drew. t~ i - , " . re he unaerwent ly lnvlteu, ._ .... anti iamlly, xney pmu ~o t~l'rnese , u.v ,,-,. . . - i t~-~ " t ,, W~+ thela~d-'f'P[hspita!:nerateataermap ,.,aurgery whe --'nt[ --Mrs. Aurelia Slao0K, Y, ep.|[gne .ix week,,[mau and Mi~. AurOia Saoo.. [ville Layland and Donna, [week" Roy Naylnr, Burr Oak; non, Kans. .