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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, KANSAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY Mrs. Forrest Howard Mrs. Clark Calahan received word Thursday evening of the death of her sister, Mrs. Char- les (May) l'otter of Piqua, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Thursday evening visit ors of Mr. and Mrs. John Gates. Mrs. Don Bird and Mary and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fig- gins were Monday dinner guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Cleo Morris and family. Mr. and Mrs. tiarold Bailey and family were Sunday after noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman and family. Judd Gillett visited Gus Ber- nard at the Nelson Harris home on Monday morning. Mrs. Mamie Lamb was a Tuesday afternoon caller at the Clarence Maag home. Mrs. Olive Miller and Mrs. Robert Korb were tQ'idav din ner guests of Mrs. Edna Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mel)on nel were Thursday afternoon visitors of Mrs. I)ora Thornttm at the Superior hospital. They also called on Mrs. Will Dillon. Mrs. Rebecca- Calahan and Mrs. Del Foster at the Good Samaritan Home. Mrs. Glenn Bennett was the hostess to the Mystic Circle Club on Friday evening. Mr.: and Mrs. Arch Marshall of Kensington were Friday morning callers at the Clark Calahan home. 'Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Also- brooks and Mr. and Mrs. Ro) Brandon took ice cream, cook- ies and coffee to the Arby Cole home on Thursday even- lng to help Mrs. Cole celebrate bet birthday. Mrs. Loyde Garman was a Thursday afternoon caller on Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ga,'man and Susie. Mrs. 'Milford Ost and Mrs. Earl Garman took refresh- ments to the 6th grade class on Friday to help Mike and Johnny celebrate their birth d_;TdenAv~t_ Ost and Mrs. Marie Everson and boys were callers at the Clarence Pixler home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Radford Of Topeka and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jeffery and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Brandon in honor of Marilyn's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Throup and Larry of ~mith Center and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foster and i gills of Phillipsburg were the i guests to a I}uffet supper at the Russell Lewis flame on Sunday evening. The occasion was the birthday of Barbara: Foster: Mr. and Mrs. Clair Walden of Ruskin, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillon were Sun- day afternoon visitors of Mrs. Lulu Walden. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oliver and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Full- erton aod family of Superior were afternoon callers. Larry l,inton of Lebanon and Mike, Ricky and Ronnie Paul of Red Cloud were Sunday af ternoon callers at the Glen Paul home. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Doud were Stmday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pixler. Mrs. James Calder of ttardy, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Unde,'wood were Thursday din- her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wacker of Edgar, Nebr. l'hey were helping Mrs. Wack er eelebrale her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sander son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lvle Russell of Guide Rock. Mr. and Mrs. IIoward Simtt, Mrs. Lillie Moon and Mr. and Mrs. ,lake Mcl)nnnet were Wednesday dinner guests of \lrs. Effie Burgess of Super ior. Mrs. ,lira Wears received word Wednesday that her son- m law. l,'rank Kramer. nf Ta coma, Wash. had a heart at- ack and was in the T~l('Olqtla General Hospital, Room 3'342, raconla, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas ff Lebanon were Thursday af ternoon visitors of Mrs. May [:ltlit li(ll.t. Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Davis :)f (lreealeaf, Ida. and Mrs. Grace Birch of Florida were Puesday dinner guests of Mrs. Mamie Mullin. The Davis' left for their home on Wednesday evening. Linda Vader and Richard Brook were Sunday dinner ff, tlests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pix- ler were Thursday afternoon callers at the Arby Cole home. Charlie I,e~is was admitted t() the Beloit hospital on Satur- day mornnig for observation and treatment. Mrs. R. L. Frasier and Pat- rieia of near Superior were Saturday afternoon callers at tile Richard l,'rasier home. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mills and family of Coneordia arid Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Figgins and girls in honor of Joan's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bird and family, Mrs. Delbert Bird and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Figgins and family and Mrs. Merle Reed ~re,,,:,- afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heskett, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kiehl and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Garrod Ohmstede were Saturday even- ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garold Ohmstede and girls in honor of the twins' 5th birth- day. Mrs. Clyde Korb was a Mon- day afternoon visitor' of Mrs. Earl Garman. Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman and family were Saturday ev ening visitors of Mr. aim Mrs. Jay Beale and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bernard of Fairbury, Nebr. spent from Thuysday until 'l'ucs(lay in tiw Nelson Harris home. Mrs. Olive Miller ~as ;I Sun day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Reeve tlawkins at the Buffalo Roam Steak tlouse in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. ttalsey Pang lit it It I II1.1 III II I __ _ I I Carl LaRue of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. (;kmn Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Halve l)ecker and afternoon visitors i)1 his hro ther. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence klh,w. Mr. anti Mrs. Norville Mar- shall ()f Sut)crior were Thurs (lay afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. (q;irk (:alahan. Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Mohler were O\ ellirl~ (';lll('rs. Mrs. l,oIlie Myers, Charlie l,t'~is and Mr. ;rod Mrs. Ray t)orn of Mankato were Satur Myers of I,ebanon were Wed- day afternoon callers on Mr. ne~,iav dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modlin. and M'rs. Arby Cole. They help- Mrs. Pearl Itarris was a cd Mrs. Cole celebrate her Sun(lay dinner guest ii1 Mr. ]lirl.h(lay. and Mrs. Mack llarris. Mrs. Mrs. (~l(,n l'aul and Mrs. Olive Miller and Mr. and Mrs. I)erald l)eeker and Cheryl Reeve Hawkins were afternoon were Stnlda\ (tilultw guests of callers. Mrs. Ollie Moon. Mrs. Ncwell Davis and Mr. Mr. mM Mrs. Clv(h, l{adford and Mrs. Harry Tyrell of Man of Topeka '~(!I'e ~()ekend visit- kate aceonlpanied Mr. alia o1.!4 (11 hCl' bl'ollt(,i., ~/11'. Hnd Mrs. Enunett Lewis to (;rand Mrs. Roy t~h'an(hm. 'riley also Ishmd oil Sunday where they visited Mrs. I)aisv t{rand,lo lit visited Newell l)avis at the Beloit and Bud "Sloan at the Veterans' tfospital. C.unty ]Pall'Ill IIC~II' Mankalo. Mrs. tl. 1,. Grubbs. Mrs. Mr.'and Mrs. Orville James Don Diehl, Mrs. Hazel Diehl, or Formoso ~at,re Saturday ttin Mrs. David l)emaray. Mrs. net' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Helen McNichols, Mrs. Era- l)a\id l)cmaray. melt l,ewis and Mrs. OliveMark Jcffery ha(I an Freer- Miller were Wednesday after- n(ion coffee guests of Mrs. Re bert Korb. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mar ris and I)uanc of Superior were Sunday afterno()n visitors of Mr. and 1VIrs. Dallas Morris. In the eveoing they ;111 visited at the Richard ~Iontgomery home near Guide Rnck. Charles Harris entered the St. Elizaheth Hospital in I,in coln, Nebr. on Monday and had surgery for the removal of a disc in his back on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powelt. Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDonnel, Lillie Moon and Rev. and Mrs. Lee Hillery and Lillian were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shott. Mr'. and Mrs. Eugene Wester of Lawrence were Tuesday af- ternoon callers on Mrs. Ada Stanton. Mrs. Grace Birch of Inter session City, Fla. spent several days the past week with Mrs. Mamie Mullin. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt spent Sunday in Salina visiting their daughter. Cheryl Platt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sander- son, Mr'. and Mrs. (;rov(,r Miz nor and Mrs. Opal Roesti and l)eloris were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Benbow. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gar- ton of Webber were callers on Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Chu'ence Meeker and Nil'. and ]~ll'S. EXPANDING UNIPERSE THE alttIONS OF GALAXIES IN THE UNIVERSE ARE RUSHING AWA EACH OTHE Y FROM THIS ASTOUR AT INCREDIBLE SPEEDSI RAPID EXPA-NDING DISCOVERY OF THE ,..__ NSION OF THE UNIVERSE WAS MADE IN 1930 aY ASTRONOMER EDWIN e. HUBBLE OF THE MOO WILSON OBSERVATORYI NT We salute the Boy Scouts of America Many of today's Boy Scouts will be the scouts of the universe tomorrow. The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE We Will Be Closed Monday, Feb. 13, In Observance of Lincoln's Birthday F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member FJ)J.C. Since ESTABLISHED 1883 Mrs. Sam Behrends and Mrs. Paul Dahl were guests of Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell for coffee Wedensday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross, Mrs. Anna R. Graham and ()scar Ross had lunch with Mrs. Esther Hammer at Nor- way Friday and attended the funeral of Mrs. Ed Jensen in the afternoon. returned home Sunday. Mrs. Tom Dahl returned to her home Friday from the hos- pital in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. fray Vestal, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson and Oscar Ross were supper guests of Mrs. Anna R. Graham Tues day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Myron hder mill and Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broyles attende(l the h;mkct ball game between K-State and Nebarska University in Mm: hattan Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dean lhmson. Wylie Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Elleanor Crispin wet(' su])l)('l' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin Sunday evening. Jack Deibert, Judy, Dwain, and David Atwood, and Terry Voboril. Terry ranked 7th in tile 4 H judging which was real good t'o1' a girl and we are real proud of her accom- plishment. Mr. and Mrs. Elden Johanek were sh(,l)ping in llastings on Thursday evening. Mrs. Fd\~in l)eihert spent the weekend in Ft. Leonard Wood with her hushand. The cara party at Esbon for lhe March of l)imes spo~mored by the Ame,'ican Legion Perry A l,mnh Posl 368 was well at tended and they had around 20 doll;Its, l,'lor;q Ball and El sic Underwood were hostesses. While Ray Ellsworth visiting last week at the of his daughter, Mrs. Beardmore, in Beatrice, accompanied her and Meade Beardmore to to attend an opera by the University of students in which his daughter, Carla sang solos in a leadin Arden Hale and son, 7th grader, of Atwood Friday night at the his mother, Mrs. Glenn Saturday, they Mr. and Mrs. John Clyde to Manhattan Kansas State Callers at the W. W. Gunn The annual Westbranch Card Nebraska basketball home last week included Mrs. Party will I)e held this Satur- ------- V. S. Lynn of Geneva, Nebr., day evening. Mrs. Kate Scheckel and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reno of I This week is the starting of John and Fred, and Nic Cheney, Kans., Mrs. Toby Kra- mer of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. [ ],ent and l,'riday is World Day noldy of Osborne were c Ear Prayer. and supper guests ThU Marvin McDill and sons of (Idessa is invited to join the at the Steve Arnoldy h0~ : Belleville, Mrs. Lloyd David Mrs. Wilbur Obert LInion Chapel group for ser- and Mrs. Dale Adams of Bast- [ vices. The lime is 2:00 p.m. Tech. Sgt. I)arrell I~ wick, Mrs. Frank Ebright and The Catholic Church is h'tv ,- , stationed at Custer A. ] ' ' I% veryolle MceleolYle Mrs. Mable grandall of Hardy, ing their annual Valentine's ......... Battle Creek Michigan, and Mrs. Glen Koester of "~ ...... 1 Wltll so mU(:ll social unrest ed his mother Mrs. Ste~ wa]'o varty at the cnur('n on i ......... Guide Rock. . . . , , | ;~,,l(l raelal trounies an(] me Sunoay evening Fee. 12, m i ....... noldy, last Wednesday t ' . . W:;?n rate at crime IL IS eer-i they had been snowed il~ Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hanson 7 30 p.m. sharp They will ii'~v " , ...... ' .... ,., .. , " , . , , ~ tmaly nlgtl LImC we O_10_ a lltLle came from Minnesota Satur- Drloge pltCll, an0- plnocnic . . ,. ,no mail for several .... , ,, ' tll:~i'(' pl.~ ring anu asKing Ior day to spend a few days with with pmzes mr earn and LnC ,,,~,~ ' , ..... cause of the storm .' t " '*~" I ~uJu~lnce aB(1 nelp Irom me friends and relatives in this charge is au celts each ........... snow was predicted. " " "" r ' . . , ,. A 111 ~]IIV Hn( IL rtnernlore (lo- comlnunity, l%onnle Young nil(1 IIIIe('LI(Hr , : .... . , .. , ...... h . , , lng ;I I)lL OI llsLenlng ano iot- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russellm nts np t e past week an(/ and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Sam was out of se]lool for awhih,. I(,~vin~. The family that I)rays Behrends and Judy, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thornton together, stays together. I be- ;~clwv ;qll)en(lectomv at the Mrs. Fay Vestal, Mr. and Mrs. " lieve the nation that does the of Downs w~rc Frl(Iw dt(~ : ' ' " " ~. ;' " same thing can find help and Red 'Cloud hospital on Monday Clarence Jensby, Mr. and noon callers of Wilbur Oberts )tlt( ...... .... '" I' "1' Its morality anu raise night. Mrs. Jim Jensby, Mr. and Odessa Aid meets w',tl~ Euna its Christian standard Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gass of Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell, Mr.Kattenberg this Thursday af- _,, l,;d~ar. Nehr. are the I)roud and Mrs. David Bothwell, Mr. ternoon. ~"~' pai"ents of a hal)y girl born and Mrs. Harold Bothwell, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ob,,rt l,'eb. 5th. Sh(, weighed 6 Ibs. and Mrs. Edwin Marr and Mr. and girls and Ni(k tlci~ 3 ozs. Grandparents are Bob and Mrs. Bert Diamond were schmidt of Osl)orne were li'ri-I 1111 I~l~lMllt'Wl~i~l~l~l~ lll~_l~l~_l~fl~l~- and Marie Marshall of Super among those from this cam- day supper guests of Mr. and] |/ KIPI,I. /PKP.I! rlP.KP.I'II ior. Mrs. Mamie Lamb ob munity who attended the wed- Mrs Darrel Tanner of Damar] =a,~ a~a.~a~,~aa.~a~a~u aaL~va,~v Burr Oak is the great grand- ding of Dick Leeee and Connie and later attended the basket ~ at Chandler Livestock Auction Co., mother. Pursell at Superior Saturday. ball game between Damar andI Smith Center Kansas ~~'7~l"TMi:s~",lohn Gates Mr. and Mrs. Leece will live Esbon. ' ' were Thursday evening dinner on the George Graham farm Odessa 4-H members judg- II/12111tJi2~l~A1/ 12L"D 1C 101;7 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rich south of Webber. . . ' . , ~ ard Gates and family at the Mr. and Mrs. Claude Snyder ng at Smith Center S~llt rd'lv VlI',l/lllidV/'ll I'I"U, IU IJ " were Debbm and Rink Belier Buffalo Roam Steak House in and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor ' At 12:00 P. M. Mankato. This was in honor of were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson. This is a select group of bulls ranging in age the Gates' 40th ~edding anni- Mrs. Mauriee Lawson of ,~ m m m m~ ~ developed, yellow, mellmv bulls and carry a versary. 16 to 27 months. These are the heavy boned, Kingman, Kans. spent several ~ AWl ~I ~-'~ of quality. Real Silver, Prince Domino, and Mi~ Mrs. M. L. Van Meter is in days last week with her me- L 1~ II I Jl Husker breeding. All are d~arf free bloodline; the Belleville hospital.i , [ther' Mrs" W' W" Gunn" 2e ~I-'~.. ='= LOCKHART HEREFORD FAR BY BOGI)ON S SB RN O E, KANSAS . '0K, rll 9ire In case the roads are impassable, will sell Feb ride, but buckle up .... . .g$ ,.. u,'antuG v- ' .. have brought happiness to We have a hearing aid of pleasing style and for any electronically correctable hearing loss. 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