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ii! )(; (i i i 5:: %,~, o . ? m d Mrs. V. L. Oldfield :Weekend in Reading, his sister, Mr. and Johnson. Bill Old- (ff::Eml rja was a dinner levie of Kansas Tom Oglevie of Good- and Mrs. Car- Sehoiack on Wednesday ][erald Fisher and Laxr-y Diamond of and Mrs. Etta Masters droner guests of !iMrs. F,~arl Mullins. Suchsland spent t, until Saturday in pital where she margery. Shirley and with their grand- and Mrs. Floyd My- Stanley Everson and Mrs. all of Hastings, dinner guests Sun- Everson and Mr:; Verlin Paul of Red Cloud guests of r Paul. George Cosand, I Yetter, Mr. and nd and Mitchell, Gary Cosand and and Mrs. Encille ests to a surprise 0f:Encille's birth- id Myers home on s, Clark ,Calahan -ening visitors of amson. 'i Eugene Dunstan i i Formosa spent with their Edythe Clark, Schoiack of Super- Ruth Brown of Red Brown and of Smith Mrs. May Myers ffternoon callers Mrs. Floyd Myers. Baker of were Saturday after- Of, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. E. Benbow ' ' tfternoon visitors et Leban- M lelineMiller, Mrs. H. Richard- and Mrs. Lee Gar- were callers at : Decker home the past ,NOWI Proved most resistant corn to apply - no yrs. Clifford Barnes and family, nd Mr. and Mrs. Claron Paxson of Esbon were Sunday callers at the Jim Fogo home. Mrs. Roy Brandon spent Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. John Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Terrill were Monday afternoon callers at the Clarence Maag home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Modlin spent from Tuesday unti, Thurs- day in Saline attending an an- nual State Weed Conference. Mrs. Ivan Hughes, Mrs. Ocia Rhoe, Mrs. Walter Williams, Mrs. Fielden Figgins and Mrs. Roy tteadley spent Thursday in Concordia on business. Nelson ttarris has been on the sick list tim rmst three weeks. Callers have 'been: Mrs. Clell Hancock, Stanley Johnson, Mrs. Ivan Hughes, Mack Harris, Mrs. Hazel Harris, Charles Harris and l Mr. Roy Betterson of Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Don Modlin and family, Jerry Modlin of Salina, ,and A1/c Robert W. Vandergriff I of Cottage Hills, I11 were Sun- day evening supper gt:ests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modlin. crier and Mrs. Vincent Roesti and Deloris of Talmage were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benbow. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Caldwell spent the weekend in Dodge City, Karts. Mr. and Mrs. Norval Marshall of Superior were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Baker of Kensington were Saturday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker. Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown and family Of near Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Sunday supp~r-~- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jeffery and family. Mrs. Keith Kineheloe of Boul- der, Colo and Mrs. Roger Nich- Jewell Co. Record, Mankato, Ks, ols and Lisa of Van Nuys, Calif came Saturday to spend a few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fogo, and other rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson of Sublette, Kans and Mrs. Mar- Maureen, Paul and Myron, oft Sunday evening visitor of Mrs. Hastings, Nebr were Thursday[Alma Gard. dinner guests at the Cleo Morris Mr. and Mrs. Leo Parsons of home. IMankato and Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Dillon of NortbbranchlLoyde Garman and family took spent from Tuesday until Sun- Isupper to the Bob Parsons home day in the Mamie Mullin home/on Saturday evening to help recuperating from an illness. [Curtis celebrate his 4th birthday. Mrs. elite Miller was a Sun-t Mr. and Mrs. Dew Stansbury day dinner guest of Mrs. Edna ]were Sunday dinner guests of Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillett. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fullerton Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Garman and family of Superior, Mr. and and family were Sunday dinner Mrs. Richard" Oliver and girls guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwin and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Oliver Lamb and girls at Clay Center. and Rosie were Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDonnel noon and evening visitors at the and Mrs. Lillie Moon were Tues- Guy Oliver home. day dinner guests of Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pair and Grubbs at Zetta's Cafe in honor boys were Sunday evening of Jake's birthday. hmcheon guests of Mrs. Bess Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson Pair in honor Fern's birthday, attended the Rural Letter Car- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed rier's Association dinner meeting were Sunday dinner guests of at the Buffalo Roam Steak Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reed at Glen House in Mankato, on Monday Elder. evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner Mr. and Mrs. Gene Waddell and Arnold of Superior and Mr. and family of Belait were Sun- and Mrs. Arthur Cockroft and day supper guests of Mr. and family were dinner guests Sun- Mrs. Lester Bausch and Dean. day of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Pen- Mr. and Mrs. Max Bowman at the Carold Van Schoiack home,th past week. Recen't"caIlers in the MaCk Harris home were: Mr. Charlie Hawley of Believille, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon, Mrs. Pearl Harris, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ben- bow, Mrs. Lynn Harris and Tom- my, and Rev. G. R. Alsobrooks. Mr. and Mcs. Carold Van Schoiack and Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Cortner were Sunday after- noon and evening luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mills and family at Nelson, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Woerner and Gary of Superior were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Sunday afternoon callers at the Daisy Brandon home in Jew- ell. Mrs. Glenn Paul was a Sun- day dinner gu,;st of Mrs. Otlie Moon. Jerry Modlin of Salina and [ding cake was baked and decor- ated by Jane l-t ,rri.s. Done in white and go!d, it was round, layered, and topped with doves and a gold wedding band. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kiefer, Jr and family paid a surprise visit early in the evening, bringing a huge bouquet of yellow pom pores. The gift table was centered with a large arrangement of yel- low chrysanthemums and pom themums created and given to them by Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Hawkins. Pictures were taken during the evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gale Teglev, Mr. Charley Lewis, Mr. Lynn I~ewis, Linda and Dan- ny, Mrs. Lottie Myers, Mrs. Al~c Robert Vandergriff of Cot- Olive Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Bob rage Hill, II1 spent from Thurs- Korb, Jr and Bobby, the honor- day until Monday in the Don ed guests and the hosts. Modlin home. I The remainder of the evening Mrs. Robert Korb and Mrs. was spent visiting and reminisc- Olive Miller were Monday after- ing. Homer and Mattie received noon callers at the Jake McDon- many lovely gifts and cards nel home. which surprised and pleased Rev. George Eeals was a Sun- them. day afternoon caller on Mrs. nephews, Thomas Oglevie of Goodland, Kans and Gerald Og- levie of St. Louis, Me.; one great niece, Mrs. P. C. Houx of Chloe, Calif.; and a host of other rela- fives and friends of whom she held dear to her heart. The family of Mrs. Myers ap- preciates so deeply everything lone to make her shut-in days most sunny. Funeral services were held on Feb. 10, 1966, at the 13urr Oak Methodist Church with Rev. G. R. Alsobrooks in charge. The soloist was Richard Gates, ac- companied by Mrs. Gene John- son at the organ Casket bearers were Ted Isaac, Roy Naylor, Douglas Gillett, Dallas Morris, Eltbn Gillett and Stanley John- son. Burial was in the Burr Oak Cemetery, with the Kramer Fun- eral Home in charge. CARD OF THANKS We want to express our heart- 'elt thanks for the beautiful flowers and to all those who as- sisted in any way at the time of the passing of our loved one, Lizzie Myers. Your kindness will always be remembered. Mrs. Mina Gibson and Family Mollie Davis. OBITUARY-~Mrs. Lizzie Myers Mrs. Alice Oglevie and Family WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Lizzie MaymOglevie, daughter Mrs. Lillian Oglevie FEB. 25 AT BURR OAK of L. B. and Ellen O'Neal Ogle vie, was born .June 1o, l~lZ, n The World Day of Prayer Un- Jasper County, near Des Moines, ion Service will be held at the Iowa. In 1873, when just one "" "' Burr Oak Methodist Church on year old, she came to Jewell By blR8. RAYMOI D AVlSON Friday, Feb. 25, at 2:30 p.m. County, Kans with her parents. The theme is "You Are My Wit- She spent her entire life on her Mrs. Frances Burgess visited nesses", father s homestead 3 miles north Mrs. Sarah Baker Monday after- of Burr Oak, Kans. I noon. PIKE Lizzie attended the district[ Mrs. Bill Baker and Mrs. Ar- school and the Northbranch Aca- Ichie Newell were shopping in Games Played Last Week demy. I Smith Center Monday afternoon. Tuesday: Sept 11,1901,Lizzie was Re Me ill a d Mr. -. . - th rr n Scandia 44; Notre Dame 41 united m marriage to A, F. My- John Merrill and daughter of Tipton 46; Simpson 99 ers. They lived, a few years in Mankato vmited:-" Mrs. Zoe Carhfll-- Randall 59; Morganville 68 - Monday afetrnocn at the Ka ' Mankato while Frank was dep rln Cawker City 63; Jamestown 58 uty sheriff, later; moving to a Youngo h m .o e Jewell 69; Republic 41 farm north of Burr Oak where Kensington 73; Burr Oak 71 Friday: Randalll 42; Burr Oak 53 Courtland 63; Cawker City 52 Simpson 44; Jewell 61 Scandia 57; Jamestown 51 Final League Standings w 1 Courtland 6 1 Cawker City 5 2 Burr Oak 5 2 Jewell 4 3 Scandia 3 4 Randall 3 4 Jamestown 2 5 Simpson 0 7 their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Grubbs, in honor of their 50th Wedding Anniversary. The lace covered, candle lit serving table was set with Am- erican fosteria underlined with i gold foil place mats. The center- piece was a beautiful arrange- ment of pink carnations and white chyrsanthemums, a gift from Mr. and kqrs. Gale Tegley, Mr. Charley I ewis, Mr. Lynn Lewis and children, and Mrs. Lottie Myers. Served to all were home made ner at Mankatu. and family of Lebanon and Mr. Mrs. Joe Reinert of Esbon was and Mrs. Duane Spatz and fam- a Friday afternoon visitor at the ily were Sunday dinner guests of Wayne Underwood home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Mrs. Vernon Nicks of Limon, Mr. Wayne Yetter of Nampa, Colo spent from Tuesday until Idaho, was a Saturday evening Monday in the home of her par- visitor at the Cleo Morris home. Mr, and Mrs. Homer W. Grubbs ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb. Wayne was called here due to Celebrate Golden Anniversary Scotty Nicks returned home the death of his brother-in-law ------ Harvey Fogo, with her after spending the past Blake Gourley. Mr. and Mr g. Homer W. ,sad two Mrs. Edna Jones and Mrs Grubbs were honored Saturday weeks with his grandpar- Fred Z0bers't' wei'e Monday af- evening, Feb. 12, in the home of Brenda and Shelia Reinert ternoon callers at the Mamic were Tuesday visitors in the Mullin home. !Fred Sanderson home while their Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cortner parents went to Concordia to see Mrs. Ira Powell and Mr. ant the eye doctor and to visit Mr. Mrs. Perry England were Satur- Reinert's father, who is a patient day afternoon callers on Mrs. in the St. Joseph's Hospital. Emma Cortner at the Bess Pair Mr. and Mrs. Clair Walden of home. Ruskin, Nebr Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Under- Walter Dillon and Mr. and Mrs. wood and Cheryl were Sunday John Dillon and Steve were Sun- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. day dinner guests of Mrs. Lulu Marvin McDill and boys at Walden. Belleville. Mrs. Gale Tegley spent several Mrs. Ona Witliamson and Mrs. be in short' days in Oklahoma City helping V. L. Oldfield were Monday af- Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hancock and ternoon visitors of Mrs. David Tirzah, who are moving to AI- Demaray. bany, Ga where Gary will Mrs. Ella Patterson and Mrs. work. Marshall Bishop were callers on Mrs. Rebecca Calahan of Sup, i their mother, Mrs. Edythe Clark, they lived until the sudden death of Mr. Myers on Jan. 25, 1938. Lizzie purchased a home in Burr Oak where she roomed and boarded school teachers for a number of years. As long as health permitted, Lizzie attended faithfully the services of the Christian Church, and later joined the church by baptism performed by the pas- tor, Rev. Leland Griffin. The people of this local church were so faithful to call and bring cheer to Lizzie during her shut- in days. As Lizzie's health grew more frail, she was no longer able to live alone and was taken to a home in Burr Oak for personal care. Mrs. Myers was so loving and kind to the ladies who cared for her. She departed this life Feb. 7, 1966, at the age of 93 years, 6 months, and 28 days. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank; her father and mother; two brothers, Lester W. Oglevie and Lloyd Og|evie; a nephew of whom she was justly porud, Dr. Rial Oglevie; a niece, Lura Oglevie; and Earl Lloyd Oglevie and Dorothy Gibson. She leaves to mourn her pass- ing: a sister, Mrs. Mina Gibson of Hysham, Mont.; four sisters- in-law, Mrs. Lester Oglevie of ice .cream, strawberries, cake, IKansas City, Me Mrs. Lloyd coffee, rose petal mints and taxi- I Oglevie and Mrs. Claude Myers ed nuts. Favors were foil cover- I of Burr Oak, and Mrs. Kitty 'My- ed chocolate hearts. The wed-',ers of Eugene, Ore.; two great , ' II Mr. F. E. Cowan of Manhat- tan called on Mrs. Karin Young Monday afternoon. Salem WSCS met Thursday with Mrs. Elmer Stump at Leb- anon. Mrs. Edgar Voboril had surgery Wednesday a. m. at the Webster Co. Hospital at Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. John McCleery spent Friday evening at the Dean sett. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne man are the proud parents of e baby boy born Friday a. m. Smith Center Hospital. He~ one little brother to play Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clare Lamb and Mr. and Herman Brockleman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paxson spent Thursday at the Leland Winslows at Lebanon. Mrs. Ann Silsby was in Red Cloud Friday. Mrs. Kate Mendenhall & MisS Myrl Fickle were in Hasting~ Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paxsorl were shopping in Superior Fri' day. Rev. Miller ]eft Saturday a.m, for Atalnta, K-~msas where he will help with a revival meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker were in Superior Friday. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thur Feb. 17, 1966) 3t SHERIFF'S NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given under Article 2, of Chapter 47 of 1949 G. S. Kansas that a certain party in this county has taken up a stray animal: 1 Yearling Steer, branded on right hip The owner of the same maY: make claim at my office as pro" vided by law. CHARLES R. MURRAY, i~ Sheriff of Jewell County, Kansas ) (First Published in Jewell Record, Thur Feb. 17, 1966) SHERIFF'S NOTICE Public Notice is hereby under Article 2, of Chapter of 1949 G. S. of Kansas that certain party in this county taken up a stray animal: 3 Yearling Steers, branded on left hip The owner of the same make claim at my office as vided by law. CHARLES R. MURRAY, Sheriff of Jewell County, Kansas i (First Published in Jewetl Co. Record, Thur Feb. 17, 1966) 3t SHERIFF'S NOTICE Public Notice is hereby under Article 2, of Chapter of 1949 G. S. of Kansas that a certain party in this county hag taken up a stcay animal: Atwood home. 1 Yearling Steer Mr. and Mrs. John McCleery The owner of the same may and Mrs Maude Keller were in [make claim at my office as pro- Lebanon Friday afternoon. Mrs. l vided by law. McCleery delivered her Stanley] (~HARLES R. MURRAY, proudcts while Mrs. Keller visit- [Sheriff of Jewell ed her mother, Mrs. Effie Bas-I County, Kansas . People who buy a GMC Camper. Pickup now, will leave home-- immediately. They can afford )to with what they save! . Grain Co. 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STUDEBAKER 1966 CARS ARE SURPRISING IN DESIGN AND LOOKS. DO COME IN AND SEE THiS BEAUTIFUL CAR. STUDEBAKER'S GREAT PERFORMANCE PUTS IT IN THE LEAD FOR DRIVING. THE CRUISER TELLS THE STORY. PLENTY OF HEAD ANI ,HAT AND LEG ROOM DEFINES THE PLEASURE OF ENJOYING A DRIVE IN THIS NEW CAR, A FASHION FIRST COMBINED WITH IN- STANT TOUCH EXPLAINS WHY YOU CAN DRIVE ALL DAY WITHOUT EXHAUSTING YOURSELF. THE CAR TO BUY- STUDE- BAKER. This is the pickup that's built, sold and serviced by truck men. That means it's tough and dependable. Check this. A double- rugged suspension and frame. Engines? A snappy V-6 and an in- line six that are built to last. King-size tires standard on V-6 models. Four headlamps instead of two like most others. You simply get a lot more truck with GMC. Why not check out a GMC Camper-Pickup right now! You'll be delightfully surprised how little it costs. 1964 - 4 dr. Chev. 1965 - 4 dr. Chev. with pr. and air 1963 - 4 dr. Olds 1964 - Pontiac Station Wagon with power and air 1961 - 4 dr. Olds 1962 - 4 dr. Pontiac 1959 - Olds Stal3on Wagon 2 - 1963 - GMC Pickups 1950 - GMC l /z ton truck, short W. B. ALL ARE PRICED RIGHT .Jt "UNOIE!! THE Jit~MBEII F.OJ.C. E![l[. AIGN" NV TO. KAS. SINCE 1880 aug "