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February 9, 1967     Jewell County Record
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It, Edith Folger ,~von A~nett of Haviland Ka~s. attended church here ~e~ morning. He and his visited his aunt, Mabel "t~a~'alr~ and husband, Virgil, Over the weekend. Other Sun day visitors were Mr. and MrS. Ardean Jeffery and faro and Mr. and Mrs. Earl ~hlslow and family. :i ~ ~ Mrs. Everett Jeff~ry .~rted to southern Texas last ~k in their new camper i'ur extended stay. i The Women's Missionary St) ~ety plan to meet at the 9~ugch basement Thursday af tera0on, Feb. 9, at 2 p.m ~s, Cu(flis Jeffery, hostess. Grafe Davis Birch visited Martha Harris, Edith Folger and others last week.- Mr.~ D0W Stansbury took Grace and ~dith to Red Clg,ud Saturda~ afternoon to ca'l~{~n ~'d~'t/h~: ~ ~Ls, , Thomas and Imsband race plans to start to her ~e at Intercession City, Fie M0nday but will visit friends 'opeka a few days on the wag. Some from here attended ! ~t~;erly "Meeting at Belle y|lle Friday and Saturday. ~. Raymond Bond of Ma C~ Park, N. M. called o: l~t4 friend; Elsie Wallace on S~aY afternoon ..... ')Aft kinds of tem'peratures, ~d last, week, but turning Sdnday. Clear without much wind this Monday mor ntig. "~ Mrs. Marshall Bishop Claude Snyder attended Economics Days in .Tuosday and Wed andi Mrs. Hermon Roe visiting their daughter, VKl Dean Gourly, Val .and children, and other in Nampa, Ida. Shearer of Jewell showed a film on Safe- Patrol. at the Oak Creek Center Thursday following a coopera- a~lpper sponsored by the Extension Club. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of spent Sunday With parents. Mr. and Mrs. Boyles. Mr.and Mrs. Claude Snyder webe Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson of W~bher. ~iMr. s.rad Mrs. Billy Bishnp ~y spent Saturday night '~ Sul~ay with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop. ~y a~ attended the wedding q~. Mrs. Bishop's nephew, Eu~ ~be Cla~k, and Elaine Pat ~o! Formate Sunday after- Bill Klmminau was the' te s:te Harrison Extension ~ m~be~s Thursday after- . iml Mrs. W. A, Andrews ~ stlpI~r and spent Wednes- r everdng with her parents. and Mrs. Earl Smith of inkato in honor of Mr. ~lth's birthday. Phyllis Pettit and Ray Schut- tli* Hastings spent Sunday hot/p reats, Mr. and Mrs. Pettit, David and Dixie. /ltulqsday evening dinner ~liMeas of Mr. and Mrs. Paul ~Mackatone were Mrs. Myrtle !1 tt Ig Roe and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Varn and family of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. lliff Banks and Elaine were Friday evening gnests Of Mr. and Mrs. l);Itll Blackstnne. Mr. and Mrs..lirnmy Stone of l,;lurence, Nel)r. are the oar'(qltS of it d;iHghler I)()l'rl el! Sunday. l.'eb. 5. at the Ih'n(1 ~t,me lhmpil.al in Sul)t'rior. Mr. and Mrs. I)uane lnder of l,aw ,'en('e and Mr. and Mrs. Vet [inn Stone ;ire (|le grHndt);ir ents. Home Towner Monday, Feh. {; Bright and sunny overhead but a slmrp chilly wind. Tempt,rature is 25 degrees above, Sunday, and :uday have really a. enid ('on- O'lSb, d@*;thiL]a.~t~,o.f )a.~;t week when l.he weather was spring like. Temperatures Sunday in ,he mornitig were bch)w zero with a driving wind. What is nore unpredictabh, than Kan sas weather? Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marr were dinner guests of Mr. and Vh's. twin Warren on SUlltlay. Other guests were Dick Court- ",r..It'. and l)ermis Ball nf Sa- lina, nephews of Mrs. Warren. Mr. and Mrs.C. V. Warren were afternoon callers at the lwm Warren home. There will be a community miscellaneous shower on Sat urday evening, Feb. lllh, ;It 7:30 p.m. at the school house in I,ovewell honoring Mr. and Vlrs. Bradh'y Blair. lgveryone welcome. ,lnhn Simmons was a calh, r at the Chat Warren home on rucsday mornin/, th, brought word of the illness of Mrs. Marie Van Meh'r whom he had taken to the Republic Co. Hospital in Belleville on Men day p. m. Mrs. Edith Billing. Mrs. Lau- roe Mettler, Mrs. Margaret Warren and Mrs. Kalherine Warren visited at the ltcnry BIG NEWS ON LOWER FARM m TRUCK INSURANCE RATES! IT,~#M rttuct( I,~rrs SLaSHeO SO%! See your local agenf foday for ull derails. Formoso, Kansas Phome 71Nk2 l JEWELL COl. NTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, ank, eel naslum tt II were in Concordia for a IHedi iCh, vehmd M(,ndenhall is get- cal che('k up this past. week. ,,~ ahmg as well as i')~)ssit)le Mr. ,loire Avers, Quenlin ]in '[ihe Concordia hosl)ita], re- Lt,ece, Carl Swanson, Ray leuperaling from his broken :Clark and Floyd l)avi(lson ]m(llhil), s tm result of his fall fat cattle no" the market at l in their yard. i Sul)erior last week. Mr. and Mrs. I)nn Rogers of Btmtwicl~, IVlr. and Mrs. ()tt Renken of Formoso were Sun- day dinner guests of their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Meter. Little Peggy Marr entertain- Mrs. E. E. Ransom There will not be a carpet rag sewing at the Esbon l,c- glen Hall this Friday as that is the World l)ay of Prayer and the rag sewing will be resehettuled at a later date. Do not forget the West Branch Comrnunity meeting will be this coming Saturday evening. Bring your disht's, a ~pot /uck hmch, and the drink !will be furnished. There will :be prizes for high and low for Iwnmen and ~ so for hen and I was mnre ihan saddened ;~t the loss of Mr. Chris V;mde, ventcr, who passed aw~ty very ~;u(ldenly in the nighl at their home in Hays, Kans., where they were living to be near their daughter, Mabelle, who i, eaehes there, tie leaves his invalid wife, two daughlers and a grand(laughter an(I oth er relatives and an uncounted numl)er of friends, for every- one who knew lhe family were their friends. They used to live in this eommt nity I)efore mov ing to Otego, and they left l,heir home th(,re to go to liars temporarily. We so deeply I IH'IJ Thursday PAN FRIED CIIICKEN Special BUFFALO ROAM STEAK HOUSE II I The Jewell Methodist Church will have their Annual Smorgasbord on Thursday evening, lllruary 16th. Serving will start at 6 o'clock. II $1.49 AMI)IIO.IEL or ALUI)ROX LIQUID ....... 75c MIGIITY WIIITE TOOTH PASTE ......... GALl,ON SILKEN I)ELIGHT BATII OIL .......... 60c CORN HUSKERS I,OTION .......................................... SATURDAY SPECIAL O .......... I I _t _ sympathize with them ;ill.nae visited in the Clyde Bos- Superior, uniting Miss Con- Bagley. Mrs. Laurie ()ldha~, We hear that Mr. Arthur sen home Wednesday night.:tahoe Jean I)ursell, daughl(,rlMrs Kay Placke and MiS~. l,i('hly is not getting along and Thursday. nf Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pur- Gloria Johansen had charge 0l \ery fast from his stroke of We are glad to heat" thatsell, and Charles Richard the gifts. the last of Now,naber and still Richard Hake in improving in Leece, oldest, son of Mr. and A reception in the churClt is in the Veterans' Hospital at the Concordia hospital but will Mrs. Qut qtin l,eeee of 1,ow,- ba.'emcnts followed the cere" (;rand Island. Nebr. We hol)e hilve to be l.here for (ltlile st)me well, in marriage. Imonv. lmter in the evening, to hear better news soon and time yet. Get better fast, Rich- The double ring ceremony a wedding droner was serVM that he is getting a lot better, ard. was used. The maid of honor at the Elks Club dining roor~, Greetings, Patty Bird. I enWe had a 1;ttle snow storm was Miss Sandra th?hnke offollowed by an evening of da{l"' joy your gund Highland items, this morning but it only lasted Lincoln, Nebr. Bridesmaidstins. 1)o keep them coming. I used a few minutes. It is much were Mrs. Linda Avers of The young couple will set to e~.ioy your grandmother's colder than yesterdaymorn Lovewell and Miss Margaret housel~eel)ing on the items years ago. ing. Meyer of Superior. Graham farm near Wehbcr. We will have Ash Wednestlay ,lee and 1 visiled in the Mrs. Best man was ,Junior Leece, this week and have no ashes Ehna Morrow home Sunday brother of the groom, and the Mrs. g. B. Beam visit~ In slJrinkte around on theafternoon, groomsmen were Bruce Ayerslast week ;it the homes of sleek and especially on lhe Mr. and Mrs. Deryl Burdcttand ,lames Pursell, brothers, sisters, Mrs. Jean Kissell, garden to keep the I)hlnt lice or)terhHned their ('ar(I I)arty in-law of the groom. Miss Nor'Ion, Mrs. J. W. down. Outmoded, I guess, last Saturday night. Sharon Bradricl{ had charge at Oherlin and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen We are glad tn hear thai of the guest book.Mrs. Janene Allen at Logan. spent Tuesday evening in the Mrs. Ethel Thomas is feeling home of Mr'. and Mrs. Morris better at this time. ltillman and Renae at Ionia, -- ........ ANNUAL PANCAKE SUPPER and Thursday night they took [ PURSELL-LEECE supper and went to the Paull .... Ilarmony Methodist Church - Mankato Heiman home. Lee Hooton A lovely wedding ceremony oined them for an eveningwas performed Salurday. F('b. [ SATURDAY, FEB. 11th isit. 4th, al 3:00 p.m.;It, lhe SI.~ Mrs. Judy t]illman and Re- Joseph's Catholic Church inI Pancakes, Sausage, Pie, Coffee Serving Starts 5:30 p.m. VALENTINE CARD PARTY Sponsored and Served by Men SUNDAY, FEB. 12 7:00 p.m. Sharp Prizes for Bridge, Pitch, Pinochle Admission--50c Catholic Church Basement - Esbon FILMED IN FR ,NCE, GERMANY, SPAIN, HOLLAND, ENGLAND CAWKER CITY, KANSAS AND OTHER BEAUTIFUL WOULD YOU BELIEVE? LOCATIONS--SEE IT... BRAND NEW 1966 CHEVROLET Impala Super Sport _-- --~ Convertible; equipped Turbo Hydramatic, WSW, Radio and Speaker~ power Steering, 325 Cu. Engine, only $2895 BRAND NEW CORSA CORVAIR; Radio, 4-speed, TW - 140 ti. P ....................................................... $2095 ,,1966 I~ONTIAC CATALINA 4-Dr. Sedan; Full power and air. like new. 1966 OLDS DELTA 4-Dr. Holiday Sedan; AC, full power, like new. 1966 CIIEV. BEL All, 4-Dr.; AC, full power, excellent condition. 1966 CItEV. IMPALA Coupe; Air and all; 12 months factory warranty left; sharp. [966 CHEV. IMPALA 4-Dr. HT; full power, factory air; low mileage, factory warranty. 1965 OLDS 4=Dr.; like new; power and air. ~ ~- 1965 BUICK LeSABRE 4-Dr. HT; one local owner; ex- ceptionally nice car. 1964 CllEVELLE Super Sport; 327, 4-spd., 25,000 ac- tual miles, red with white inteior. 1963 OLDS SUPER 88 4-Dr. Holiday; full pewee, fac- tory air; sharp. 1963 BUICK INVICTA WAGON; low mileage, locally owned. 1964 CHEVELLE Super Sport; white, red interior. 1964 CIIEV. BISCAYNE 4-Dr. Sedan; V-8, stand, shift, locally owned. 1963 MONZA Coupe; maroon color, white vinyl interior. [962 CtlEV. IMPALA Coupe.; V-8, AT, Red ~nd White. 1962 C~EV. IMPALA 2-Dr. H'I~; gold; double sharp. 1962 IMPALA 4-Dr. IIT; 1 local owner; double sharp. WOULD YOU BELIEVE? We Have USED TRUCKS! 1965 CHEVY VAN; all the windows, 5400 actual miles, one local owner. Ideal for a built-in camper. [965 CHEV. 2-Ton, 2-speed, box and hoist. 1963 CHEV. ~,.~ Ton, Stepside, 4-speed. [962 CHEV. 2-Ton, 2-speed, new box cpt. 1962 CHEV. V., Ton; 4-speed, long wide box, 17,000 ac- tual miles, one local owner. 1961 CHEV. 1-ToL 1960 CHEV. 2-Ton, 2-speed, new Knapheide box n nd Anthony hoist, 1959 FORD 6 eyL, 4-speed, wide box. SPECIAL FREE--a0 Gallons of Gasoline on the purchase of any '66 Demonstrator or 1966 Carry Over! MANY OTHER CARS AND TRUCKS TO FREE SHOWS AT UTE THEATRE - 10 a.m. and 1 11~1~i CHOOSE FROM! q FREE LUNCH AT NOON OPEN WEEK DAYS TILL 9:00 P.M. Max Dudley, Howard Reece, Lyndon Booz SALESMEN: Bill Ludwig, Orval Range DIAL 781-4311 CAWKER CITY, KANSAS I