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February 2, 1967     Jewell County Record
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i +1 ! PAGK 6B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS THURSDAYr FEBRUARY lgu~ move to this location June lst.' Women'S" Club donated the day. The air outside while a[hostess to the Lovewell[Mr. and Mrs. William L, Lo-lmeetings which deal~ g~lPIPl~t'~e~ Mrs. Roy Keeler, and visited Mr and Mrs. Babe Dewey children's book "Lapland Out- little chilly, has the soft touch W. S. C. S. last Wednesday gan of Formoso, Kans. and music. The March ,, . e ' I ItdWllllqJ qJ ]her mother, Mrs. Anna Kmsey,returned home Tuesday even- law by Arthur Catherull. of spring. The weatherman[P. M.. Only a small erowd lNh'. and Mrs. LaVern A. John-[wlll be open house i~| Watmlta Wolf I'ltM~r?Uardng:~:md;;:onS?:;i:~, ~agYs affi:rtin;pthdelrngss:x~ls~l ..../ ;:t m;kha~tv:Ut:[ haCl::dYo]W;a[h2b~:ltwatatthe~'tn~dci~un~[sn ol Wfl!Is!on_ N. D ICwli~bSbm the ~emkm~!] M n" Mrs L W Bohn[Julie and Jeff were Sunday and Mrs. Russell Dewey, and ~l,~'l~,~P make it a good or had day,[in the home of some of the[Athena Jr. Club [Past". The book for ttle] o ...r..ann_ ~s.. . " . |dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. her parents at Conde, s.D. ~lr ~][J~l as we choose, regardless of[members. ] .... [Oil Award was discuss O! ;~nen t.aKe, win. were no use Ed Schultz and family of Rus- Word has reached here of ... u.._ .+ ,~_,u.... the weather. It only takes twol Mr. Floyd Risewick, who I The Athena Jr. Women's[ set up. It is our strug~ gtlo~r~ zrnm Tuosnay n~nti! rri- " uvur~, narutu .auute~v,, . n . -- no~,"'~ +'h~, h,,~: 7.r ~a:~.', ur kin, Nebr. the recent marriage of Oiney muscles working to smile, sic ] has had considerable trouble[ Club held a special meeting[ make the Library r'r0j,~ ,,,,~ ........................... Mr and Mrs IIarr,, ttorner : I Bledsoe to I ela Mae Ne'd Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal cording to a Chinese saying [ with an injured hand had tot,Jan. 23rd sit the home of Bar- ] reality. Discussion on Clark, . ...... of Lincoln, Kans., Mrs" Wih-na, both of Lincoln, Nebr. Mr. returned Tuesday eveningaf- and twenty to frown, and thel have surgery this past week/:,a,.a Thomas. The m~eting/gates to Conference ~vrs. ,sin t~owms went toG,-ent " the weekend visiting MRS., W. F. Logan and other relatives. 'Mr. and Mrs. D. Verne Glens of BeIleville were dinner guests Sunday of her sister. Mrs. Laura Spiegel, honoring Mrs. Glen's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Apple- by were Sunday evening visit- ors of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith of Courtland. Mrs. Herbert Ross has been dismissed from the Belleville hospital and is convalescing at her home. Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Sr., Mrs. Ross Higbee and Mrs. Martha Huber visited Kenneth Huber. Sr. Saturday afternoon at the Belleville hospital. Ken is ~p,kinlL a satisfactory re eovery trom a heart attack four weeks ago, and expects to be dismissed from the hospital on 1Saturday, Feb. 4th. 1~. and .:l~l, si Taylor Clark were, guests ~hursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Boyer for a waffle Supper. Mr. and Mrs. Don Keeler of Derby, Kans. were weekend A_III II~ A [ L IIIIIII 1. II It. ~randmother. Mrs. Johnson is the former Donna Logan. Mrs. Millie Reed. age 71, passed away Thursday at the Webster County Hospital in Red Cloud, Nebr. Memorial +ervices were held Sunday af ternoon at the Wesleyan Cen- ter Church fit Bu,-r Oak. Mrs. Reed lived near her son, Don, about 3 miles north of Moot- rose. She is the mother of Mrs. W. L. Logan, Francis Reed, and Jack Reed of For- me,so. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kingsley returned home Sunday follow- ing a several weeks' visit at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kingsley, and family of So. Pasadena. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morris of Basin. Wyo. were dinner guests Tuesday at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morris attended the funeral of her brother, Kroh- ler Nelson, at Natoma, Kans. on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Craw- :ford were hosts to the Past- :Sixteen Pinochle Club on Mon- day evening. Guest players were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rob- bins of Randall and Mrs. B. A. Field. Nice refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. John Magnus- son have sold their suburban home to Mr. and Mrs. Dloyd Stranad of Courtland. The Magnussons have made this their home for the past 28 years, the former home of her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bowles. As yet they fire undecided as to where they will locate. The Stranads will Word has been received here by relatives of the critical ill- ness of George ttails, husband of Cornelia (Gertson) Hails of t,os Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Field, Mrs. Isis Bowles and Mrs. Vernie Emigh were Sunday dinner guests of l)r. and Mrs. Chas. Gibson and Jill of Smith Center. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hocker and Cynthia, who have been living the past 4 months in Boston, Mass., arrived here on Tuesday evening for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stafford, and other Fol'lnoso relatives, and at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erick son and other relatives at Courtland. Mr. Hocker has ac cepted a position near St. Lou- is, Me. They left Saturday for their new home, accompanied hy her mother, who will assist them in getting settled. Other visitors in the Stafford home Thursday evening were Mr. Milford Stafford of Agenda. Mrs. Minnie Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. Lyall Doxon, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn l)cwe.v were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Yar ber of Randall. The following books were given to the Formoso Corn munity Library recently: "The Hardhats" by It. M. Newell, "Wreck of the Mary Deare" by Hammond Innes, "Made- leine" by Catherine Gavin. 'The Chess Players by Fran- ces Parkinson Keyes. These were given by Mrs. Theresa Howell. The Athena Junior The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNT The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.D.LC. Since 1988 ESTABLISHED 1853 Ill IIII I I I I L I leased l'rom the hospital last Wednesday and wenl to the honm of her daughter, Mrs. Barney Crook, in Superior. She Calno to her own home Sunday. Connie Vale was home from l.itleohl over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross calk, d at the Wendell Intermill home in Jewell Sunday after- l]oon. Mrs. Marvin McDill and sons stayed overnight at the W. W. Gunn home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ridle and l'amilv of Superior were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Anna R. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Herr- tnau spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Gladys Herrman in Webber. Charlotte Peckham of Hardy called at the tfarold Bothwell home Sunday evening. The annual meeting of the Webber Cemetery Association i will I)e held at the home of L. L. Davidson Tuesday even- ing, Feb. 7. All members are urged to slttend. The W.S.C.S. meeting which was to have been held Wednes- day was postponed due to a conflict with a meeting in Be-: [oft for the pastor, teachers and lay-leaders of the church school, regarding the use of some new material. Mrs. Fay Vesta/. Mrs. Elleanor Crispin, i Bob Harvey and Rev. Silsby attended the Beloit meeting. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. David- son attended church in Belle- ville Sunday and afterward had dinner at a cafe with Rev. and Mrs. John Frint. Mr. and Mrs. Ntis Soren- son called on Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell Sunday af- ternoon. Wylie Kirkpatrick, Elleanor Crispin, M:'. a,nd Mrs. Marvin Wchher wt re guests at a birth- day dinner for Don Webber in Beloit Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both- well called on Mrs. Fern Work- man in Hardy Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe in Superior I Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Davidson have received a letter from their grandson, Bob Davidson, saying that he is on the Air- craft Carrier Enterprise, in the Vietnam waters but will soon return to the United States for more schooling. Mrs. Gary Bargen and daughltr from Dewitt. Nebr. spent the afternoon with her sister. Mrs. Lawrence Both- well Monday. Home Towner Monday morning, January 30. - Only one more day is left to us in the first month of the bright New Year. Only one more white clean page in the book of our lives, on which to wrile the actions and deeds we perform, and when it is written on the record God keeps, will it appear as a month of happiness and good or will the pages be sullied and unclean. This is always controlled by each individual alone and none but he can write it, January is behind us. What will we make of February. It is just 6:45 a. m. and the sky above the eastern hills shows a beautiful rosy glow, coupled with a soft haze that says it may he a cloudy i 11t:10 DAILY Vaughn Ayers, who is there from Denver visiting. A lovely pre-nuptial shower was held in honor of Miss Coni Pursell at the Security Bank Community room in Superior( last Sunday P. M. Hostesses were the Mrs. Laurie Oldham, Kay Placke, Nancy Johnson and Miss Gloria Johanson. The guests were Mrs. Ara- belle Hanna, Mrs. Gladys Pursell, Beverly Crader, Jac- quelyn Frear, Sandy ttehnki, Margaret Meyers, Joyce Erickson, Janene Bagley, Paula Hanson, Doris Harp, ham Linda Thurher. Bonnie Peele, Linda Ayers, Vesta Leece, Shirley Leece, Delia Heldt, Sandra Hutchinson, Sharon Bradrick, and Kath- erine and the guest of honor, Coni Pursell. Mrs. Shirley Leece and Mrs. Linda Ayers attended a Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jepson were Saturday supper gue~ts of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Meter and Mr. and Mrs. Otlo Renken of Formoso ate supper with her parents, the Chester Van 'Meters, on Sunday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mart, were pleansantly surprised Sunday P. M. by a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn i'r~:lcv and Sons from 1)elphos. The Prideys had attended ehul'ch in Montrose, enjoyed dinner in Mankato before coming to the Marr home to visit. Mrs. Linda Ayers and Mrs Katherine Warren were shop- ping in Beileville Monday af ternoon. Lloyd William Johnson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. IAoyd C. John- son announce the birth nf a linen shower for Miss Coniibaby boy, Jan. 29, 1967, at Pursell at the home of Mrs.] 1:08 p.m. tie weit~hed 8 ll)s. Georgia Zikmund in Superior[7% ozs. at birth. He has been last Friday night. 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