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i~ ii. FEBRUARY 9, 1967 JEW'ELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B II~S. Lovona Bartley P.T.M. met Monday Jan. 30. A nice pro- enjoyed with Father St. Theresa's Church as guest speaker. were served by committee. and family and I!Boden are the proud of new Plymouth cars purchased. and Mrs. Albert Van guests a week ago evenihg of Mr. and Van Wey. and Mrs. Rolla Dictz and Mrs. Glenn Bart Salina visitors and folks attended the Auction there. and Mrs. Ben Feddc weekend in Manhat- Dr. and Mrs. Roger[ Cynthia and Bruce in l Fedde's new home.: Blackburn, Bonnie and Mr. and Mrs. Pedde and Linda also them to celebrate their 56th wedding anniver- beautifuly decorated cake was enjoyed in the afternoon. Mrs. Roy Van Wey afternoon callers and Mrs. Kenneth Tru- kIankato. Shrum visited Satur- John Ahlvers home. been installing new equipment in the Downs and Alton ar- Wilson, who for many been in the trucking at Ionia, is selling ok. He was an efficient driver and so many accident miles throughout his )f trucking. He will be by his many business both near and far. was taken to the Hospital at Beloit afternoon. We hope he feeling better. and Mrs. Darrell Thay- Ronnie and Mr. and Bartley and Gall dinner guests of Mrs. Roger Gregg, and Thadean. Mrs. and Thadean Gregg observing February and Mrs. Rolla Dietz went to Troy Fri- to visit at the )f Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur They returned on afternoon, Mrs. Dean Leonard of Mankato were dinner guests at the home. LIVESTOCK CO. REPORT a run of cattle i, Friday, however Were several loads that ~nable to get out be- of the mud in front of chutes. Light cattle about steady, and the cattle were selling on .~r market. Cows were higher, as the runs are lighter. Butcher hogs at $19.00. We sold light to 30.50. Light hfrs 25.50 to 26.00. We wf hfrs, weighing 515 24.90. 22 wf strs 548 lbs., sold for Wf strs, weighing 467 for 29.50. A set of Strs, weighing 467 lbs., 29.50. A set of blk wf 600 lbs., sold A set of wf strs Pus( under 600 lbs. 26.25. 11 wf strs 1000 lbs., sold for of wf bull calves. 441 lbs., sold for sold mostly from 17.00. consignors were: Murlin and Albert Groves Wayne Underwood, ran. Arley Sharp Arnett, Garrett H. C. Dodd, Roger McElroy, James aYmond O'Hara. Den- We have a in the auction cattle. If you have sale. get in touch sell the fresh cattle the buyers like. Friday we will blk cows, some the ground. These Cows anyone would See you in Friday. McCLINTOCK Kans. ~II]OB ISAAC ankato. Kans. Delberf Bird .... & Kenneth Vob- guests Sun- Kugler at the ' home. went to the Milo Matousek home near Mankato, instead of his home in Esbon, to convalesce. Carl Small is still a patient in the Re~ Cloud tIospital, but is improving. He is out of the oxygen now. Mrs. Dorothy Love remains about the same in the hospital. We hope these sick folks will be home soon. Mrs. Robert Thompson and Mrs. Delbert Bird and Rex and Ramona visited Lois Thompson Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ralph Shute called at. the Aubrey Bates home Fri. day in Red Cloud. Union Chapel W. S. W. S. met Wednesday afternoon at the Nellie Gillett home with 7 members and 1 visitor, Mrs. Nolin ttajny, present, l'earle Blattner presented an interest- ing lesson on Affluence and Poverty - Dilemma to Chris- (tans. The World Service Day pru- gram was observed Sunday at Union with Mrs. Ernest Blatt- nor in charge. The ladies Trio presented the special number. The World Day of Prayer Service will be ehserved at Union Friday at 2 p. m. Mrs. Henry Gibbs will be in charge of the program. Ionia, Odessa and Esbon churches are in- vited. This is for anyone who wants to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Baugh of Weldona, Colo. visited Mr. and Mrs. Calrence Shook over the weekend. They all visited Gee. Shook at Downs Sunday. The group were also supper guests at the Versailles Olliff home near Lebanon. Bert Grewell was also a guest in the Olliff home. Mrs. Clarence Shook visited Mrs. Ben Diecker in Lebanon Friday. Aaron Figgins was a week- end guest of Rex Bird. (;airy Figgins visited over the week- end in the Don Bird home. Affluence And Poverty Part I The February 1st meeting of the Women's Society of World Service began with a business session conducted by the President, Mrs. Charles Kramer. She reminded the 8 other members present of two important dates. These were the observance of World Ser- vice Day the first Sunday in February and the World Day of Prayer Service to be held at the Mankato Lutheran Church Friday, Feb. 10. Mrs. Paul Life informed the ladies that they had been invited to be guests of the Jewell Wo- men's Society of World Ser- vice for a Study Class Thurs- day, Feb. 9. The invitation was accepted. Mrs. Kramer also was the leader of the afternoon's les- son. After a piano prelude Joseph, Me. and Mrs. Ellen Noller called in the Home Sat- urday afternoon. Mrs. Waunda l)onahue visit ed her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Flare, Thuz'sday. She and her daughter, Ann, called on Mrs. Fiero Sunday afternoon. Miss Alice Sellhorn went to Beloit Friday afternoon for a visit with her mother, Mrs. l.ouise Sellhorn. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Min- hie Barrett were her son, Mr. l)ean Barrett, Mrs. Barrett and Scott of ,Jamestown. Mr. Clarence Thronson and Mr. Rex Kennedy called Thursday on Mrs. Oleanna Thronson. liar daughters, Mrs. Jessie Graham and Mrs. Mar- ie Morris, also visited Mrs. Thronson last webk. The Reverend Mr. and Mrs. Paul I,ife took charge of the Sunday, l,'ch. 5, church ser- vice in our IIome. While here, they called on Mrs. Hattie Love. Obituary - Vandeventer Mr. Vandeventer (lied in his sleep the morning of Febru- ary 2, 1967, at the age of 84. tle was a member of the Mankato Methodist Church and Mankato Lodge No. 87, AF and AM. fie is survived by his wife twu daughters, Mrs. K. Max l)avisson of Lit)oral, Kansas, and Miss Mabelle Vandeventer of Hays, Kansas, and one granddaughter, Mrs. M. L. Gintzler of ltays, Kansas. Serviees were held at the KE'amcr Funeral Home on Saturday, February 4, 1967, at 2:00 p.m. Interment was in Mt. Hope Cemetery. The Rev. Dean Rose of the Methodist Church officiated. l)allbearers were Russell Walker, Delbert Underwood, Wayne Underwood, Oral Wag- ner, Harold Ahrens, and Bert Alcorn. Christopher Vandeventer was born on a farm northwest of Mankato, Kansas on Sep- tember 8, 1882, son of h'a and Emmeretta Vandeventcr. He attended school at the White School two miles west of Man- kate and the schools in Man- kate. On April 5, 1905, he married Myrtle tIanna of Mankato. They had two daughters, Mar- garct and Mabelle. The Vandeventers farmed in the Mankato area until 1951 when they moved to their homo in Otego. For the past three years they have spent most of their time with their daughter, Mabelle. in Hays because of the ill health of Mrs. Vandevc nter. played by Mrs. Sue Green, Mrs. Harry Sutllff she announced the topic, "Af fluence and Poverty", and Dinner guests of Mr. and stated that only "Poverty" Mrs. Lowell McNichols and would be considered since the family on Sunday were Mr. March study would be concern- Justin McNichols of Seattle. ed with the other part. Mrs. Washington, Mr. Verner Matt Kramer read a number of hews from Idaho and Mrs. Biblical passages in which the Helen MeNichols and Merrill. word "poor" was found. Fol-Mr. and Mrs. Richard lowing a definition of 'pover- Swartzendrubcr and baby of ty" by the leader, several of Kansas, Lynn and Topliff the ladies assisted in showing Everson. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis how this situation proves to be a dilemma for Christians. In order that those in atentd ance might better understand the importance of the subject, Mrs. Kramer had written cer- tain statements on the black- board. All joined in a general discussion. The monthly offer ing was taken and the meet- ing ended with a prayer by Mrs. Life. Mrs. Ward Ozmun was the hostess. When the ladies had gathered around the table. she said Grace before serving delicious refreshments. These consisted of "hot dogs", pick- les. potato chips, Brazil nut fruit cake and hot fruited tea. Every one enjoyed the lunch very much. I Visiting hours: 10:0011:00 A. M.; 2:00-4:0 and 7:00-8:00 P, M. Mrs. Beth Tyler was a Mon- day morning, Jan. 30, caller of her aunt, Miss Alice Ferguson. Mr. John Love visited his mother, Mrs. Hattie Love, on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Win( Smith called Wed- nesday on Mrs. Violet King. Mrs. Ruby Elniff of Randall came to see Mrs. Minnie Bar- rett Thursday. Sunday, Feb. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilbeck attended the Fiftieth Wedding Anniver- sary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Case held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larsen in Lincoln. Kans. Mrs. Larsen and Mrs. Wilbeek are nieces of Mrs. Case. Mrs. Will Lagergren was a visitor of Mrs. Mattie Metz ast week. Mrs. Inez' Longacre of St. Jeff cry and family called in the F'. M. and evening on Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNichols & family. Mrs. ttelen McNichols re- ceived a telehpone call from her son. Kent. and family of Monrovia. California wishing her a Happy Birthday. l received word last week [that Rea Sutliff of Belle. Me. was in the hospital at Jeffer- son City, Me, tie was taken III there during the blizzard but glad to report he was able to go home this last Satdrday. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Me- Nichols, Kathy and Kelly spent Wednesday evening at the Curtis Terril home. Curtis Terrill has had lots of callers and lie is gaining slowing. He made it out to his farm for a little while last week. Mrs. Grace tlaworth is feeling much better since re- turning from the hospital and she is busy getting some of her letters answered. Mr. and Mrs. Max Terrill and family of Gaylord were dinner guests of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Terrill and called at the Curtis Tar- rill home in p. m. and all were supper guests of the Terrills. Mrs. ()live Miller from htaho, Mrs. tlazel Korb, Min- nie Sutliff were dinner guests of Mrs. tlelen McNichols at Zetta's Care Tuesday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNichols and family Tuesday evening were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jeffery, Mr. and Mrs. Eve- rett .hfffcry, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jeffery and family, Mz'. anti Mrs. llerh Jeffery, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jeffery & family, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Jeffery and family, Rev. and Mrs. Barnett, Arden Jeffery and Judy, Mrs. Ellen Hudiburgh of Superior, Mrs. Helen McNichols. Mr. Justin McNichols of Seattle, Wash- ington showed pictures. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boy- los attended the 60th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Miksell held at the Wesley Methodist Church in Belleville, Kansas Sunday. They were neighbors of the Boyles thirty years ago. Mr. and Mrs. l,ynn Hall of ttastings called on their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles, Sunday. Mrs. Lettie Korb accompa- nied Mr. and Mrs. Korwin Korb to Superior Sunday to see Mrs. Korb's mother, Mrs. Mahan, who is ill and in the rest home. fe Mrs. C. Summers Dan and Dwayne McKewon and Jaye Ross are having, a qEW tiny Heariao 9evice gsstore~ gour Undel rtanding l Ideal for NERVE DEAFNESS! ~Veer the tiny new Tolet [LI~O~ EAR In your ear ~nel ins al~)|n e~.ff :lear understanding and go.od h eenn]i. rhle super-miniature device Is sell, containad with no tubes, cords gi' oil molds to attract attention. ELECTRON EAR restores your sell sssurance, makes you look younset and feel younger becIuse JJ is lie inconspicuous. You hear with extr,~ clarity becauu the tiny speaker is deep in the oa! canal close to your eardrum. Easit] placed in the ear o6" i~mov0KI lit $ momenta notice. Ask for your area represent- ative, Mr. L. W. Garman from Phillipsburg at the Correll Hotel in Mankato on Thursday, February 16. He will be there from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30. If you can't come In just call for information, or write to TELEX HEARING AID CENTER, INC. 2010 Twelfth, Phone SW 3-8873 Great Bend, Kansas SPECIAL MEXICAN SUPPERS TUESDAY, FEB. 14 AND, PANCAKE SUPPER FRIDAY, FEB. 17 STARTING AT 5:00 P.M. MANKATO, KANSAS "Where You Get The Best Food For Less" i Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 hlankato, Kansas II II siege of chicken pox. Dale Crispin has spent sev- eral days this week in Con- cordia with his brother, elite !Crispin, Who is a patient in the St. Joseph's Hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Inter- mill attended: the basketball game between Kansas State and Nebraska Saturday even- ing in Manhattan and also vis- ited with their daughter, Pa- tricia. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin were Sunday dinner ugests of Mrs. Ollie Crispin in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Hekman were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Iten- ricksen in Courtland. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tipton and family attended the funer- al of his uncle, Web Wood, in Concordia Saturday. Bob Tipton of the University of Nebraska spent the week- end with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun attended the funeral Monday of Mrs. Oscar Wehrbine in Beatrice. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hansen of Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Eleanor Crispin and Wylie Kirkpatrick were Sunday ev- ening supper guests at Dale Crispin's. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Web- bet and Alvin visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve Frum in Omaha Saturday night and Sunday. Dwayne Crispin ate dinner Sunday at Paul Rathbun's. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller of Nelson were Sunday afternoon callers and also at Mrs. Ida Rathbun's. Mrs. Vachel Crawford Mrs. Leo Shcahan and Joan were shopping in Belleville last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Zim- mar spent a weekend recent- ly in Topeka and Kansas City. Mrs. Bert Payne and Mrs. Ronald Payne spent Wednes- day in Superior with Mrs. Ver- non Quy. They spent the day helping quilt for Mrs. Quy. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sheahan attended the funeral of Mrs. Jensen, that was held at the Lutheran Church in Scandia on Friday. The Chesebro Club met with Mrs. Carrie Field Thursday afternoon with 11 members present and five visitors, Joan Sheahan, Craig, Eric, Angola Dunstan, and Rodney Payne. The afternoon was spent with most of the members working on their own work. The presi- dent, Connie l)unstan, con ducted the business meet.ing. Connie had char'ge of a very interesting program The hos- tess served a lovely lunch. Our next meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs. Louise Field. Mr. l)ale Hoard is liuilding a very good looking building these wintery days to house his car and truck and other machinery. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Shea- han nf Colorado spent Satur day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. l,eo Sheahan. They were called here to attend the fun- eral of her grandmother, Mrs. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoel attended the funeral of his iuncle, Mr. Edwin ltoel, on :Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robbins and Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Crawford drove to Fairfiel(I. Nebr. on Friday evening to hear Dick Wiekman and his orchestra play. Mrs. Perry Stinson spent, an afternoon recently with Mrs. M. fI. Kissinger. We are glad that she is showing improve- ment. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sheahan and Joan spent Sunday after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Sheahan and family to help Lynda celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and Cynthia were Sunday din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korb. The dinner was in honor of Clyde's birthday. NOTICE A representative of the Su- cial Security Administration will next visit Mankato, Kan- sas on Thursday, Feb. 16, 1967. Persons desiring information are requested to call at the Courthouse between 8:00 and 12:00. BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION --- OPERATING UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVISION With an extra large run of livestock on hand at our sale last Thursday, Feb. 2, the market was uneven. Corn fed cattle sold at lower prices, cows and light weight stocker and feeder cattle sold steady to higher. We sold a large number of these slaughter cattle in our morning auction. 8 packer buyers were on hand and action was good throughout our sale. Light weight steer calves on one bunch topped the market at 31.80 per hundredweight, with 2 loads of 875 lb. yearling steers selling at $24.00. Listed below are a few of our sales from Thursday's auc- tion: Darrell Reed, Webber, 24 black steers, avg. weight 473, at $28.60; Harvey Jensen, Edgar, 29 whitefaced steers, avg. weight 875, at $24.00; Robert Garman, Burr Oak, 5 black steers, avg. weight ~525, at $25.50; Dorman Clark, Hardy, 7 black whitefaced heifers, avg. weight 626, at $23.10; Virgil Peterson, Hardy, 4 black steers, avg. weight 700, at $23.95; Arnold Stendt, Republic, 4 whitefaced heifers, avg. weight 440, at $24.00; Glen Cornett, ~can- dia, 11 whitefaced steers, avg. weight 529, at $26.25; Or- ville Wilson, Mankato, 2 black steers, avg. weight 350, at $29.50; Darrell Reed, Webber, 26 black heifers, avg. weight 465, at $25.10; Lawrence Bouray, Hardy, 51 corn fed steers, avg. weight 1183, at $23.30; Quentin Leece, Lovewell, 29 black steers, avg. weight 1150, at $23.00; Ethel Simmons, Courtland, I red cow, weight 1025, at $16.10; Floyd Davidson, Webber, 167 corn fed heifers, avg. weight 914, at $22.15; Brad Keeler, Formoso, 1 black cow, weight 870, at $16.10; Donald Bargen, Nora, 1 white- faced cow, weight 1295, at $16.50; Albert Bargen, Sup- erior, 1 holstein cow, weight 1275, at $15.65; I. N. Banks Superior, 1 holstein cow, weight 1600, at $16.60; John Ayers, Republic, 116 corn fed steers, avg. weight 1100, at $23.05; Bob Poole, Superior, 24 corn fed steers, avg. weight 1150, at $23.05; Charles Swanson, Courtland, 67 black steers, avg. weight 1037, at $23.00; Roger Wulf, Bostwick, 1 whitefaced bull at $370.00 per head; Jim Weibourne, Superior, 1 whitefaeed cow, weight 880, at $1,5.80. HOGS: Loren Jordan, Burr Oak, 8 mixed pigs at $16.75 per head; Rex Albertson, Republic, 11 mixed hogs, avg. weight 128, at $20.40; Wilbur Blau, Deweese, 24 mixed pigs at $17.00 per head; Selvage & Hansen, Red Cloud, 44 small pigs at $13.25 per head. Many more sales of both cattle and hogs. We want to thank all our buyers and sellers, who continue to make the McKee Sales Co. one of the largest and best markets in this area. Feel free to call us collect when consign- ing your livestock. For more information about prices get in touch with us and we will come and look at your cattle. SUPERIOR, NEBR. Gordon MeKee, Owner, Superior, Nebr., phone 879-3711; H. M. Jensen, Manager and auetlonwr Tune in to KRFS at 7:15 or to KMMJ at 7:30 on Thursday morning for consignment information for our sale. I I II II In order to speed up hand- ling of your claim when you come in to file your applica- tion for social security, you should bring with you: your social security card, proof of age, and your withholding statement (Form W-2 for 1966). If you were self employ- ed you should I)ring the origi- nal ('Ol)Y ,)1' your 19(;6 I,'cdt,ral Income Tax Return and all schedules, your cancelled check, postal money order or other evidence showing pay- ment of your 1966 income and social sec'urily 1.ax. Since we will need to retain the original copy Of your 1966 lax t'elurn, before you give it to us, you shotlld prt,pare an extra copy for your files, ttowever, do not delay your visit it' you do not have all these items aa theF can be submitted later. Rickey Cleveland Buys Registered Angus Cows Riekey Clevehmd, Webber, recently purchased 27 regis- tered Angus cows from Robert Korb, Jr., Burr Oak, Kansas, l'm enclosing $4.50 for a subscription to the Jewell Co. Record. ttaving lived at Burr Oak for many years, I still like to get the news from Jewell Co. Yours truly, Ella Mallet(, 8977 San Carlos Ave., South Gate, California 90280 With U. S. Combat Air FoPces, Vietnam ..... Senior Master Sergeant Max C. Dill- on, nel)hcw of Mrs. Ruby 1)av is of Mankato, Kan. and Mrs. Verda I,cwis ot Burr Oak, Kan. on duty at Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietn~iin. Scrgennl I)ilhm, fh'st serg('ant of a squadroll in Southeasl. Asia, is a n]en]ber of the Pacific Air Forces, the nation's ('uml)at ready air arllE guarding the 10,000mile Bam- boo Curtain. Before his arriv- al in Southeast Asia, he was assigned to the 68th Bomb Wing at Seymour Johnson AFIL N. C. During World War II, the sergeant served in the pacific Theater of Operations. A 1936 graduate of Burr Oak High School, he is married to the former Billie B. Salter, II lIFI I 19G6 NEW IMPALA 2-1)oor Hard Top with 327 Engine a, nd, Power, Steering. 1966 NEW ('HEVEI,LE 300 4-Door Sedan with Automatic Transmission and 6 CyL 1966 BEL AIR 4.1)oor Sedan.; V-8, .PG, and Factory Air, 2 - 1966 CItEVEI,LE MALIBU 4.Door Sed- ans; V-8, PG. Lots of New Car War- rarity left. 1965 IMPALA Super Sport Coupe; 327 V-8, 4-Speed. 1!)(;,1 IMI'AI,A 1-1)oor Sedan; V-8, l S, PB, and Air Conditioning. 1965 BEI, AIR 4-1)oor Sedan; PB, and St andard Transmission. 1960 CORVAIR 4-1)oor Sedan; Automatic Transmission. 1959 BUICK Electra ,l-Door Sport Sedan; V-8, I'lL Electric Seat and Windows. Extra clean for a '59. 1961 CIIF, V. Ton; V-8, 4-Speed, Long Wide Box. 'l 1963 CtlEV. Ton; 6 Cy., 4-Speed, Long Narrow Box. 1963 (:IIEV. Ton; 6 Cyl., 4-Speed, Long Narrow Box. 1950 FOR1) aA Ton; V-8, 4-Speed, Timber Lock Stock and Grain Body. 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