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FEBRUARY 2, 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, KANSAS PAGE 3B Forrest Howard Mrs. Henry Heskett Word on Monday of of Mrs. Heskett's Victor Niceschwan Ark. Mr. Nice- was a World War Mrs. Ehner Alex- Saturday evening of Mrs. Art Lichty. is still a patient in Island hospital. Mrs. Harold Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. and family were evening supper Mr. and Mrs. Loyde and family. A card with the Valen- was held later in Mrs. Oscar Newlin were Saturday af- visitors of Mrs. May Mrs. I)enzil David Ida. came Fri- attend the funeral see his mother, Mrs. Mrs. Homer L. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mr. Lynn Lewis, Lin- Danny, Lottie Myers, Lewis and Mr. and Parsons were Mon- dinner guests of Mrs. Gale Tegley in Charlie's birthday. Mrs. Glenn Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Harold at Red Cloud on Fri- Mrs. Clarence Blew afternoon visit- and Mrs. Everett Mrs. Clark Calahan i~Irs, Garnett Thomas Center on Sunday of- and Mrs. Arby Cole dinner guests at Roe home in Ada Stanton and Mrs. I~orb spent Friday at ae of Mr. and Mrs. lad Mrs. Terry Gar- Manhattan and Mr. W. G. Decker were dinner guests of Mr. Lee Garman. Everson return- Tuesday from the hospital where spent the past week and treatment. thd Mrs. Howard Shott afternoon visitors Dillon and Wilma. and Mrs. Roy Brandon anday afternoon visitors tad)her# MrS) Daisy at Beloit. and Mrs, ~ichard a'nd George and Tollof and were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Pixler. and Mrs. Emerald Ost of Franklin, Nebr, Mrs. Gary Garman Mrs. Ada Stanton, Mrs. Lee Garman Garman, Mark Brian Howard and were Sunday even guests of Mr. and Garman and John- of Johnny's birth- Brian and Mike guests. Mrs. Harvey Fogo and Mrs. Larry of Jewell spent the in Boulder, Colo. vis- and Mrs. Keith and Mr. and Mrs )sun. and Mrs. Loren Fogo hie spent Thursday in Connie plans to Concordia this semes- of driving back and Mrs. Glen Paul and Mrs. John Gates UNION ,'ES COVERAGE ME * FARM ~" AUTO HOSPITAl tRUCK CROP HAIL 2 LIFE RETIREMENT FARM LIABILITY HOMEOWNERS FARMOwNERS ffF. INSURJ ~NCF, NIE lbi a IJ ,B,&,N CJ$1 O r were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Howard Larson of near Superior. Mrs. John Gleason received a telephone call from her daughter, Mrs. Gene Thode, of Denver, Colo., on Sunday )wishing her a happy birthday. Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Gill- ett were Thursday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Reeve 'Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Beck- er Frank Dunn and Barbara Howell were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. OI)al Tromble. Later in the afternoon they all attended funeral set'vices for Mrs. M/llic Reed at tim Wes Icy Center Church north of Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley John son, Julie and Roy, and Mrs. Goldie Johnson spent Sun(lay in the Robert Murray home in Junction City. Mrs. Clyde Korb returned home Saturday after spending the past month in Limon, Colo. 'with her dattghter, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nicks and ram- fly. Site accolnl)anied Mr. and Mrs. Don Korb and fan tily of 'Denver who visited in the Will is Armstrong home of Super- ior and the Frank Korb home i in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sander- son were Sunday dinner gucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blatt- ner and Ruth. Rev. and Mrs. Olin Belt of Bennington spent Monday in i Burr Oak visiting relatives and friends. Pvt. Merle l)ean Reed nf Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. spent the weekend with Mrs. Merle Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Ever- ett Reed. Dallas Foster of Wamsutter, Wyo. spent a few days the past week visiting his mother, Mrs. I)cl Foster, at Superior and with other relatives. Mrs. H. W. Grubbs, Mrs. Reeve Hawkins, Mrs. Jake McDonnel, Mrs. Lillie Moon, Mrs. Roy Brandon and Mrs. Olive Miller were Wednesday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. R. J. Korb, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newlin of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins were Saturday supper guests of Mrs, Etta Masters and Edna. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fear- ing were Thursday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul. Mr. and Mrs. h'a Powell were Sunday afternoon callers at the Pete Powell home near Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Payne and family of Formoso were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Under- wood were Saturday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and One Rack Ladies' Mrs. Dwight Underwood and Debra of Belier)lie. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry England. Mr. ~II]d Mrs. ttoward Shott were Wednesday evening vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. dake MeDonncl. Mrs. Merlin Alexander of Esbon and Mr. and Mrs, El- mt,r Alexander attended the funeral services for Frank l)empsey at Formoso on Sat- urday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers of Lebanon were callers on Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole the past week. Mr. and Mrs. l)erald Decker and Cheryl were Monday ev- ening supper guests nf Mr. and Mrs. IIarve Decker in honor of Cheryl's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fogo c,lled ;It the Harvey Sloan, Jr. home in Osborne on Sat- urday afternoon. Mrs. Richard Swartzendrub- er and George of Hess(on, Jake McDonnel, Mrs, Opal Roesti, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mizner, Mr. and Mrs. Arby Coh, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modlin were callers at the Chtrcnce Pixler home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. l,yle Jeffery and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hmner I,. Grul)bs were Sun- clay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,lake McI)onnel in honor of Lillie Moon's birthday. Linda Harris of Manhattan, Mrs. Ewt Wilson of Jewell, Mrs. (;h,n Paul and Mrs. H. W. Grubbs were callers the past week at the Mack Harris home. Shcila Reinert was a Thurs- day visitor in the Fred San- derson home. Chuck Johnson and a college friend, Art Peach. nf Manhat- tan and Susan Johnson of To- peka were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson, Bob and Chris. Mrs. Etta Masters, Mrs. Joy Michael and Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Alsobrooks were callers at the Cecil Modlin home the past week. Cheryl Phttt nf Salina and Mrs. Nettle Johnson visited Mrs. Alma (lard on Sunday af- ternoon. Dallas Foster of Wamsutter, Wyo. was a Friday supper and overnight guest at the Robert Korb home. Mrs. Lucretia Gibbs of Es- bon was a Friday afternoon caller on Mrs. Etta Masters. Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Platt, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morris and family, Mr. and Mrs. James McCormick and Rich- ard Brook attended the 5th Sunday (linner at the Olive Hill Church. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul resses Vo .es ,o ,498 2 Only Ladies' regs were Saturday evening visit- ors of Mrs. Rex Paul and boys at Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell attended the funeral services for Frank Dempsey at Formo- so on Saturday morning, Mrs. Henry Seibert was a Monday afternoon visitor at the Perry England home. Mrs. Reeve Hawkins, Mrs. Olive Miller, Mrs. Robert Korb and Mrs. Etta Foster were Saturday afternoon vis- itors of Miss Lela Lamb of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harris and family brought a turkey dinner to the Mack Harris home on Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Alsobrooks, Nelson Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Ri /ey Richardson were evening callers. R. J. Korb, Sr. was a Sun- day dinner guest at the Ro bert Korb, Jr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Gary ltan cock of Albany, Ga. are the proud parents of a baby boy born Jan. 29. The young man weighed 8 lbs. 13 ozs. and has a sister, Tirzah, to help wel- come him. Grandparents arc, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Teg]ey and Mr. and Mrs. Clell Han- cock. Great grandparents are Mr. Charlie I,ewis and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Miller of Ta- coma, Wash. "Frosty" Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dodd, Leslie and Stephen of Milton- vale spent the weekend with his parents, the Bryce Dodds. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hiekman and Mary of Hastings joined them on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Beam and family of Smith Center visited the Harold Beams Sunday. The Youth Fellowship were in charge of the worship ser- vices Sunday morning at the E.U.B. Church. Too many times our youth are left out and we don't realize the abili- ties they have, and how im- portant youth are to our churches. Jim and Kenny Fo- go and Darrell Marr were the speakers, with Jeff and Jerry furnishing the special num- ber. Vickie Fogo read the scripture and Carol Hancock was in charge. Joy Kindler is the church pianist, and the rest of the group were in the choir. Happy Hour Club will meet with Mrs. Harold Beam on Feb. 8 because of the banquet this week, Myrna Ficker and Bryce Dodd were honor guests Fri- day evening when Mr. and $ Mrs. Ficker, Don and Joan and James Kershner joined Mr. and Mrs. Dodd to enjoy home made ice cream and cake to help celebrate their birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Holliee Av- )son drove to Downs, Cawker City and Glen Elder to view the dam site Sunday after- /loon. Mr. and Mrs Chtron Pax-i son were Sunday guests of: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Schlagle Jan. 22 at Smith Center. Af- ter attending church services they had dinner at Paul's Ca re. The Esbon Anterican Legion Auxiliary will sew carpet rags and tie a comforter Friday. Feb. 3. There will be a pot luck dinner at noon. beI Mrs. Louis Gasley will hnstess to a staff meeting at Carpenter Manor Wednesday afternoon. Miss Lois Thompson slipped on the ice Thursday and fell, breaking her wrist. Mrs. Stanley Marr, Darrell Mare, Jim and Ken Fogo, Douglas I)ietz, Claudette Atilt, Elaine Griffith and Joy Kind- ler all attended the show, "The Greatest Story Ever Told", at Smith Center Sunday evening. Feb. 10 will be observed as World Day of Prayer at the i Union Chapel. The Esbon lad- ies are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost and Daryl drove to Hays on Tuesday and after Daryl en- rolled, they helped him move meats. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Welch and children of Bellevue, Nebr. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frost. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lambert of Smith Center were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of the Bert Hen- rys. Whitemound E. H. U. Due to snowy weather and bad roads, the Whitemound E. H. Unit met at the E.U.B. Church basement on ,lan. 17. The meeting was called to or- dot' hy out' new president, Mrs. Jim Fogo. Mrs. Ernest Blattner won the guess box and the Club Collect was read in unison. Roll call wits an swered by 6 members. The minutes of the December meeting were read and ap- proved. Dues for 1967 are now due. A treasurer's report was given. Mrs. Claude Frost thanked the group for the magazines and cards sent to Winfield. At present there is no need for more cltrds or magazines, but they are still asking for the Betty Crocker coupons. Mrs. Ernest Blattner and Mrs. Nellie Gillett gave the "Be Wise With Your Buys .... on Onions". Our year books were handed out. An Advisory report was given by Mrs. Chmde Frost. She reported on 6 Only Ladies' ]ported that funds were needed before April 1. The Farm Bur- eau is sponsoring an Adult De- fensive Drivers' Course to be held in February. There is to be a public meeting on Jan. 26 on "Clothes with Free and Easy Motion". Mrs. Jim Fogo gave the lesson on Citizenship and Civil l)efense. Both were lnost informative and interest- I Friends University at Wichita over the weekend. Elsie Wallace visited with Mayme Latnb at Burr Oak Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Stan- ton called in the afternoon. Some from here attended the funeral service for Mrs. Mollie Davis at Burr Oak at. the Nazarene Church last Fri- day. She passed away at the: ing. something that all per- home of her ?~tughter, Grace sons should he interested in Birch, at Intercession, Fla., and should be started in the]where she has been the last home. Why expect outsiders[ few months. Other relatives to do what we should do as)besides Grace who were here parents. [for the service were her son, After refreshntents, the t l)enzil, and wife, Ruth, of meeting adjourned to incet on Feb. 16 wiLl) Mrs. Bert tfenry its hostess. The lesson will be "Fihers and Fabrics in Home Furnishings" to be given by Mrs. Ernest Blattner. --Mrs. C. P., P.R.C. Edilh Folger ,lustin McNichols is visiting his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. l,ow(,ll McNi(:hols, nod family and other relatives and attend- cd church here Sunday mor ning. Mattie l)iehl of Red Cloud "visited her daughter-in-law, th)zcl l)iehl, an(t grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Diehl, and family a few days last the county project which is a week. Donald's daughter, Re- Safety project, marking blind gi l)ichl, was home front corners, dead end roads, and unsafe spots on our farm t,o one of the campus apart- roads. The Hospital Board ee- l I i=REEllll [ A[)I Un A n SI-'R rlCE I[,MrUIIIIUI II IILP CENTER hearing sld users---you're cordially invited m attend s o~e4,0 ~-~IRINService consultation on hearing aids. Sponsored by BELTONF G AID SERVICE---KANSAS' Largest and Most .Dependable ,~learing Aid Organization. If you now wear a hearmg aid, or if you Im~.e~ ~m a hearing problem, have your mm'ument checked or have an auulo Imtric hearing analysis by qualified consultant without cost or obligatioEx I; world's finest and most attractive selection. 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