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PAGE 6B JEWELL COUNTY KANSAS Arthur Llchty - Obituary On a winter day 73 years ago on a farm near Jewell City, Kansas, there was born to Chester F. and E. Addamis- sie Lichty a son, Arthur Ches- ter Licbty. '! his was on Janu ary 24, 1894. He died at the Veterans' Administration Has pital at Grand Island, Nebras- ka on last Saturday, Febru n'y 11, 1967. It was thought that he was gradually recovering from a serious illness, but an other ailment suddenly devel aped and he was unable to withstand all of them. At an early age he joined the E.U.B. Church at Jewell and later transferred his mem- bership to Harmony Methodist Church at Mankato. He lived on the farm with his parents and sisters and brother and graduated from je~ell ttigh School in 1914. In 19171918 he was in the military service in World War I. On Septermber 3, 1919 he and Olive H. LaRue were mar- ried. They have one daughter, Charlotte Nadine ttanson, and she and her husband, Wayne, have one daughte,', Arlene Ruth, all of Downs, Kansas. This constitutes the immediate family. In' addition, he is survived by one brother, Lewis D. Lich ty, of Mansfield, Missouri, and by three sisters: Mrs. Addle Thompson, Vallejo, California, and Mrs. Lillie Haggart and Mrs. Gladys Treffer, I)oth ol Jewell, Two sisters, Mrs. Min- nie Shea and Mrs. Mabel tien ninger, preceded him in death. He also leaves 11 nieces and nephews. Art Lichty, as he was cam manly called, was an agricul- tural man and the farm life was his chief interest. He spent much time on matters connec! ed with better farming lind livestock raising, and was well known for his interest in them. Except for about two year~ and for the time spent in mili- tary service, he lived on a Jewell County farm fill of his life. He has been a 4H con, munity club leader here for a quarter of a century and took a very active part. He was a World War I veter an, and a member of the American Legion, of Masonic Lodge, of the Jewell County Coop. Board, of Lions Club. and he was a committeeman for the local Farmers Home Administration. Art and j.Ol!ve Lichty cele brated their 40th wedding an niversary in September, 1959 at the farm home. It was a h~Ippy :,' occasion where the many relatives and friends re- viewed many events. Art Lich ty always enjoyed attending class reunions and gatherings of friends for he liked people and enjoyed himself most in I children, nieces and nephews. their company. He was cheer-] .... ful find had a happy attitude[ Albert Lee Stanley toward people and life. I Passed Away His only grandchild, the[ --- first-grader, Arlene, was aI Albert Lee Stanley, 82, 1135 great joy tohim. They were[ College, died in a Topeka has- great companions and always played ;Ind laughed together. He was very loyal and devot- ed to his family and friends and was highly respected and :,dmire(t. and lived a life of devotion and service. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and appreeia tion to our friends and rela- tives for their kind expressions of sympathy and floral offer- ings which have been extended to us during tile illness and death of ()ur husband and fath- er. A special thanks for the' food that was brought and to the ones that prepared the *un('h at the church and at the home. This was very much app!'ceiatcd. Mrs. OIlie Lichty Mr. an(t Mrs. Wayne ttanson and Arlene Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomp son. Mr. ;,rid Mrs. George Itag gart. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lichty. Mrs. Clarence Treffer. Newton Scott - Obituary Mrs. Harold Ahrens received word last week of the death of her uncle, Newton Scott of Ponea City, Okla. at the age of 97 years. Newton Sparks Scott, son of Walter and Margaret Sparks %ott. was born Dec. 2, 1869 in Indiana, and died Jan. 22, 1967 at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. Glen Gilchrist, where! he had made his home for many years. At an early age l he, with his parents, moved to Kansas where they homestead- ,,d on a farm one find one half miles southwest of Ionia. He attended college at Empor- ia and taught in the Jewell County schools. He moved to Topeka in 1899 where he was a member of the Oakland Christian Church. His wife, Margaret Scott, died in 1958. On New Year's Day he recited Tennyson's "Ring Out Wild Bells" to his family, complete- ly from memory. He was total- ly blind for the last twenty years of his life but through use of records for the blind, he continued to learn and keep up with world events. Survivors include: Mrs. Mar- jorie Gilchrist, Ponca City, Okla.; Mrs. Ernestine Flanna gan. Glendale, Ariz.: Frank Scott. Greensbm'o. N. C.; Wal- ter N. Scott, ttutchinson, Kans. and twins Rex and Max Scott of Topeka, Kans.; eight grand- II I Illl pital Sunday where he had been a patient since Jan. 27. lte was a retired grocer' a,ld real estate man. Alhert moved to Mankah) in Jewell County with his parents in 1891. lle moved to ,lewell in 1909 and returned to Mankato in 1918. He had lived in To pcka since 1927 and had lived in the Methodist tlome since Nov. 9, 1964. tie formerly operated a grtl cery store fit Jewcll and later flssisted in operating a nwr cantile store in Mankato. He later operated an IGA food store in Topeka for several years. He was married to Gladys S. Seaton of Jewell Sept. 17, 1914 at Jewell. He is survived by his wife, two daughters. two sons, a sister, a brother, and 13 grandchihlren. Edith Folger The W.C.T.U. plans to meet with Mrs, Lewis Jeffery Thurs day afternoon, Feb. 16, at 2 o'clock. Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Jeffery, spent most of last week in the hospital as he had surgery for remowd of his appendix Monday night at Red Chmd. Fourteen ladies enjoyed the Women's Missionary nieelin~ at the church basement last Thursday afternoon wilh Mrs. Maurice Jeffery and Mrs. Cur- tis Jeffery as hostesses. We are planning to get two more packages of folded bandages to send to missionaries at the hospital Tn Burundi, Africa. Joel Jeffery visited Ida Pugh last Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Neal tiarris and son, Jerry, had a nice birthday dinner for her moth- er, Elsie Wallace. Tile guests were Elsie Wallace, her son, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wallace and family and Martha Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Warner and her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Arnett, visited her bro tiler, Omar, and Fern Arnett Sunday. Law)n Arnetts had spent the past week at Oma- ha and were on their way home at Itaviland. Milder weather the past week. Clear and calm this Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jason I,ouder- milk of Superior attended the church services here Sunday morning and visited her sister, Ida Pugh. Mr. and Mrs. Na than Winslow were dinner guests also. MOON SHOTS DIFFIC TO H,T TH, E u,, E TA OET UL T .Rp_CKEr, SCIENTISTS . ...... y_lrH A MOON J t[:AD" THE AI I ' UST AS A HUNTER DOES M NG AT a HI WHEN ROCKET MHe.. GH.-FLYING BIRD. THE ,*J Dt AIMED AT A POINT FAR AHE ...... N EMPTY ~u vP IHE MOON'S EVEN SO, MOO PATH. MADE SUCCESS~N''SHOTS~v,,,. HAVE BEEN # isn Y very d/if/cult to figure that there isn't a chance of losing money when paying by check |U|I~III ll~tmlll 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 WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.D.I.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 Ull[ I I I I II11 I Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mrs. Fay Vestal, Mrs. Les lie Jensby and Mrs. Jess Wil- son had ('alice with Mrs. W. W. (;unu Tuesday morning. Mrs. Myr(m lntcrmill and Mrs. Edwin Ross went to Su- lIt'ri(~l' We(in(,sday ,1,oi'ning tl) hell) plan the World Day of t'raycr service, in which tile Webber Church participated. The W.S.C.S. l),'ayer Group met uith Mrs. Carrie Thomas Wednesdny lllliI'lling. There WeFe nine ,nelllbers present. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jens by left from Grand Island on Welhlt,sday for California lo visit their daughter and son- i,, law. Mr. and Mrs. Don I)5,,. sons, and children. They plan tO bc gone about a week. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Leece moved into Ihe house on the George Grahaln far,n south of Wehher last Tuesday. Mrs. O. R. Cunningham, Mrs. Eck~in Ross, Mrs. Myron h~termil], Mrs. Elleanor Cris- I)in, Mrs. Marvin Webber Mrs. l)ean llansou, Mrs. Car- rie "l'holnas, Bernice Reed, and Mrs. Verhm Broyles attended the World Day of Prayer ser vice in Superior Friday. Mrs. .ies~ Wilson. Mrs. Fay Vestal and Mr, and Mrs. L. L. David- son attended tile World Day of Prayer service in Republic. Mr. and Mrs. l)ale Crispin left from ttastings last Wed- nes(lay for California. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both- well were hlneheoIl guests of Mrs. ticleu Nelson in Superior l,'riday. Mrs. Leon Layton of Randall spent htst Wednesday with her sistcr, Mrs. Charlie Russell. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Crook in Super. Jar Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peele and family were Sunday dinner guests tit the Charlie Russell home. Mrs. Dean Ilanson and Mrs. Elleanor Crispin drove to Be- I()il Sunday afternoon to see the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. [)on Webber. The baby has been named Carmen Diane and weighs 4 lhs. 13 ozs. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorenson and Mr. and Mrs. Ilarold Both- well were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Bothwell. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rus- sell called on Oscar Riehle & M,'. and M,'s. lta,'old Morris in Formoso Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Marvin Mci)ill and Mike had supper with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russell attended the wedding of Jim Purcell and Margaret Meyer in Superior Monday. Mrs. Jess Fuller was hostess to the Webber Homemakers Exlension Unit Tuesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ebright in Hardy Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal went to Manhattan Sunday to attend the wedding of their grandson, Jim Burdett, to BLANKET PROTECT FOR YOUR FARM Don't leave gaps in your Farm protect;on, fief com. p]ete profecfion w;fh II Farmers Union Blankaf L;a. billty Policy. . ;ii : :." ~.b! h :,,~; .,~.E~: See Your Local Farmers Union Agent For ct pO~Cy "/o:,]ored fo your needs.t Glenda Releford. Their daugh- ter, Lois, (Mrs. Ben Burdett), returned from Manhattan with them Wednesday. Mrs. Bur- dett flew back to her home in New Jersey. Mrs. Gladys Russell. Mrs. Christian Davenport and Mrs. Lena Hyland of Concordia find Duane Crispin spent Sunday evening at the Wylie Kirkpab rick home. Mrs. Elleanor Crispin was hostess to the Valley View Club Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson went to Concordia Sunday and spent the afternoon at the Dale Taylor home. JURORS DRAWN FOR MARCH TERM COURT Mrs. Clare Schuster, Superior, Nebr. Curtis Terrill, Burr Oak John Osborne, Mankato Harry Sutilff, Mankato Lee Sprenger, Jewell John Abel, Burr Oak Wylie Kirkpatrick, Webber Howard C. Edwards, Jewell Wayne Wilson, Mankato Arnold Colson, Cawker City Gerald Lienberger, Randall John Sink, Esbon Dale K. Park, Mankato LaVern Wesley, Burr Oak Jennings Borger, Cawker City Woodrow Wilson, Mankato Allen R. Koops, Cawker City Dale E. Crangle, Mankato Mark Kinsey, Montrose Harlow Watson, Formoso C. A. Ramsey, Randall Joan Badger, Mankato Earl Dean Leonard, Mankato James Wilson, Mankato Gerald Cash, Randall Frederick Deibert, Esbon Raymond Joerg, Randall Robert Shelton, Randall Mrs. Eva Williamson, Mrs. May Figgins, Mrs. Florence Headley and Mrs. EIva Rhoe of Burr Oak surprised Mrs. Glenn Hale with a birthday dinner and cake at her home Monday and also brought gifts and best wishes for many happy returns of her birthday' which was Feb. 14. Improve Net Pro/its wlth ..................... IUitil ::;~:::::. : ::::%:?~: .::,::::. :4', :i}ii .:~i~,~ ~!#: . Ti i.,%tj 4i {ii iill {',g BAG or BULK Thousands of Midwest farmers have in- creased their net profits* from wheat by applying CO-OP Ammonium Nitrate as top dressing. It contains proper proportions of both types of nitrogen your wheat needs for vigorous growth, better pasture and maxi- mum yields--nitrate nitrogen for fast ac- Lion and ammonium nitrogen for continued plant growth and stimulation. *Test res,,Its i~ *navy areas oy the Mh[u,ert reveal GROW ..... '""" ...... " ...... , ,;.,or, I1 invested in fcrlilizer. WITH CO-OP... AMERICA'S MOST C0 PLETE FERTILIZER PROGRAM MANKATO, KANSAS C0NSUM 2S C00 r, RATIVE ASSOCIATION KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI Having rented our farm, we will sell the following machinery at Public Auction at School Grounds in Montrose, Kansas, on-- Beginning at 12:30 1959 730 J. D. Diesel Tractor, recently com- pletely overhauled Oliver 88 Tractor, live power, hydraulic, good .rubber J. D. "A" Tractor 1965 J. D. Hoe Drill, LZ-1010, 2-section, only drrilled 200 acres 1966 Sunflower V Plow, 15-foot, used 100 acres Oliver 13-ft. Tool Bar with sweeps, good Oliver 13-ft. Wheel Disc, good J. D. 7-ft. Mower, semi-mounted J. D. bump Rake J. D. 4-section Spring Tooth, good J. D. 3-16 Plow Weeder, Cultivator and Lister for J. D. Tractor Oliver 2-row Corn Picker, mounted Bear Cat Grinder, PTO, on wheels IHC Bale Loader IHC 4-row Weeder 5 Star Posthole Digger, 3-pt. W W Pickup Stock Racks 1958 GMC Ton Pickup Many other articles found at a farm inse will 1964 431 Oliver Combine, 16-ft., extra good 1960 770 Oliver Diesel Tractor, wide front end, 1700 hours 1963 550 Gas Oliver Tractor, wide front end, 630 hours 1964 1600 Oliver Tr, actor, wide front end, hydra-power drive, 3-pt., 800 hours 16x8 Minneapolis-Maline Drill, power lift, press wheels, alfalfa seed / TERMS--CASH. Krause One-Way, 12-ft., on rubber, hy" draulic lift Ezee Flow No. 111 Fertilizer 4-14 IHC Plow, on rubber 1965 Oliver Baler, Rote-Flow feed 200-gallon Gas Tank McCollough No. 35 Chain Saw 2-row Dempster Cultivator, 3-pt. Nothing Removed Until Settled F0 Not Responsible For Accidents. Auctioneers: Vail McClintock, Asherville, Ks. Aaron Murray, Montrose, Ks. Mike Rafted Clerk.