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%. 3ewell Co. Record, Mankato, Ks. PAGE' 3A I ---: i Feb. 24 meeting will be Mrs. %;~0SO ~Ws- -I Connienice Smith.refreshments.The hostess serv- By WAUNITA ~ led Otto Renken was a patient in ~--,-~-~lthe St. Joseph's Hospital, Con- Mrs. Robert L. McFarlene,]cordia, for a few days last week Terri and Lisa, of Concordia~undergoing tests and treatment. were guests of her parents, Mr. iHe was dismissed on Saturday. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Sr l Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Briggs of from Tuesday until Thursday. I Williams, Calif Mr. and Mrs. S/Sgt. and Mrs. Raymond iHoward Ducknc!l of Hardy, and Rogge of Lakeside, Mont are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias were the parents of a baby boy, Tim- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and othy Ray, born Feb. 11. The Mrs. Marvin Nelson and family. little boy has a sister, Rosemary, The Briggs' left for their home Colo Wednesday morning after being here for the 50th Wedding Anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler. The Wich- ita relatives returned to their homes Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patrick and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pat- rick were guests for dinner on Sunday of the Howard Patricks. Mrs. Hugo Soder was"~, coffee guest of Mrs. B~crtha Greenberg on Thursday afternoon. Blanding were: Mrs. Ray Ford- to welcome him. The grandpar- Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Butler and ents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hyde, Dee children of Topeka brought his Rogge of Cliftc, n, Kans and Mr. and Pam, of Beatrice, Nebr will mother, Mrs. Mayme Butler, and Mrs. Ernest Hyde of For- be moving soon to their new lo- back to her home on Saturday moso. cation at Woodward, Okla. Mr. after spending a week with Out of town callers the past Hyde ia employed by Consoli- them. Saturday evening the But- week at the home of Mrs. Cleo dated Gas of America Pipeline lets visited his grandmother Co and is foreman of a main- Mrs. Gertie Patrick. ham of Hastings, Mrs. John Johnson, Mrs. Wint Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nichols of Mankato. Supper guests Saturday even- ing of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Emigh were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ford of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hoard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville James, and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall of Abilene were house guests over tenance crew which builds micro-wave towers for a tele- phone system u/~ed by the cam- pany. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hyde of Formosa. Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Pat- rick took their daughter, Elaine, who was hospitalized recently with diabetes, back to Hays on Monday to resume her studies at Fort Hays S~ate College. Mrs. Patrick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell, accompanied them Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson received word that their cousin, Charley Isaacson, had passed away on Saturday evening fol- lowing a long illness. Mr. Isaac- son, resident of a Rest Home in Belleville, was a former Jewell county resident. Mr. and Mrs: Bob Jordan of Virginia, Minn and her mother, Mrs. Lu Emma Stutsman of Guide Rock, Nebr were dinner guests Wednesday of Mrs. Hughes. Mrs. E. J. Hughes was a house guest over the weekend at the McCune home, and on Monday returned to Superior where she is a resident of the Good Samaritan Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Florell of Scandia were Saturday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell, and also called at the Howard Patrick home. The Formoso P.T.A. will hold their regular meeting Monday evening, Feb. 21. Following the regular business session, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson will show pictures and slides of scenes from Old Mexico. Bring cookies. Everyone is welcome to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weir of Belleville were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stafford and family. Mrs. Clarence Polok and child- ren of Iuka, Kans were week- end guests of her mother, Mrs. Georgia Stafford, and Mrs. Ther- esa Howell and son, Jim. Lewis Dunstan has been assis- ting Louis Engle with the work at the Co-op station in the ab- sence of the manager, Otto Ren- ken. Mrs. Isis Bowles went to Junc- tion City on Saturday to visit NEWS Nyla Berg, Clerk of the local Seleotive Services Board, reports Melvin Charles Kadel and Rich- ard Dean Wakefield have enlist- ed in the Army. Judicial Cases: Raymond Mansholt; I, dis- obeying stop sign; 2, failure to yield right-of-way. Count 1 dis- missed; $10.00 and costs on i Count 2. Robert J. Fulton, failure to yield right-of-way, $10.00 and costs. Fred C. Bohnert, allowing un- authorized minor to drive, $10.00 and costs. Earl L. Gannan, speeding, $10.00 and costs. Roy J. Dooler, allowing un- authorized minor to drive, $10.00 and costs. Bond Forfeited: Rodney B. U!fers, speeding, $10.00 and costs. Gertrude Howard attended a Welfare Directors meeting from the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dunstan. Mrs. Esther Berneking was hostess to the Helping Hand Club on Thursday afternoon with 8 members present. Follow- ing the regular business session, a Valentine exchange was en- joyed. Mrs. Ruth Berneking was an invited guest. Nice refresh- ments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field i Jr were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Field. Everette Doxon of Great Bend was a patient in the St. Joseph's Hospital in Concordia from Fri- day until Sunday, undergoing a check-up. His wife, Goldie, and Mrs. Bob Doxon and son, Curtis, of Jewell came and got him Sunday, and visited in the after- noon at the home of Everette's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doxon. Arnold Appleby, who was on- as far as Osborne where they visited friends. Mr. Harold Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Keeler, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dahl and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl of l Hardy ' Mr. and Mrs. Don vain or Montrose were visitors Wednes- day afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stafford and Mrs. Walter Hocker and daughter, Cynthia, attended a basket dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith in Scandia, honoring Mrs. Smith's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dewey and daughters of Cheyenne, Wyo arrived Tuesday evening at the home of his mother, Mrs. Glenn Dewey. On Wednesday, Harold and his wife drove to Kansas City to be with his fath- er at the Kansas Medical Center. Gertie Patrick and Mr. and Mrs. her sister-in-law, Mrs. Hattie Monday until Thursday. Edgar Isaacson. Mrs. Jordan was Brown, who is ill. She will also formerly Madge Bottorf. visit her brother, Glenn, and Feb. 12, 7:10 p.m 2 miles Mr. Edgar J. Hughes, age 93, Mrs. Brewer in Junction City. south of the Esbon junction on pasesd away Tuesday at the Mrs. Avis Crawford was host- Highway 36, Esther Wheichel of: hospital in Superior, Nebr. Fun- ess to the Double Six Club Fri- Esbon lost control of a 1961 eral services for this fine man day afternoon with 9 members Chevrolet station wagon and up- were held Saturday afternoon at and a guest, Mrs. Irl Snyder, set in the ditch. Estimated dam- the Formosa Community Church, present. Roll call was answered age to the vehicle was $250.00. with Rev. Paul E. Temple in with a current event. Refresh- charge. Out 9f town relatives and close friends attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Hughes and sons of Hays, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Callie Bales of Minden, Nebr.; Pauline Chris-i tenson of Kearney, Nebr Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson of Con- cordia; Mr. and Mrs. John Abel of Burr Oak; Mrs. Glenn Jones i of Esbon; Mr. and Mrs. Vernei Glens of Belleville; Mro Clyde Reed and Mr. Eldon Grout of Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Warren of Lovewell; and Mr. ments were served by the host- ess. Mr. and Mrs. Orville James honored the 4lst wedding anni- versary of Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Emigh by inviting them as guests for dinner Friday evening at the Steak House in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson were hosts to ~he Past Sixteen Pinochle Club at their home on Saturday evening. Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. HarOld Mor- ris. route to his home in Corvallis, Mr. Dewey underwent surgery Ore following a business trip[ for the second time on Saturday. to St. Louis, Mo was a guest[From reports, he is feeling bet- over the weekend of his parents, ] ter and may be able to return to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Appleby.[his home here by the middle of Other weekend guests were Mr. ]this week. and Mrs. Dennis Appleby of l Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Wichita. land Mrs. Howard Appleby were: Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Keeler,]Arnold Appleby of Corvallis, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chadd, and i Ore Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ap- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Appleby]oleby of Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. were Wednesday evening supper IBert Diamond and family of guests of,Mr, a~d Mrs. I-rl AmoslWebber, Mr, ~and,Mrs, Date of Courtlandl [ Erickson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joy Dunstan entertained] Mrs. Leonard Smith of Court- the Hawthorne Club at her home[ land. Mr. and Mrs. John Fuller Thursday afternoon, with 121of Mankato were afternoon vis- members present. Mrs. Ednalitors. Hughes guessed the guess box,] Mrs. George Jacobs and which was furnished by Mrs.[daughter, Loretta Lou, returned Argie Appteby. Hostess for the[to their home at Fort Collins, and Mrs. Irvin Gsborne of Web- OBITUARY~E. J. Hughes ber. Supper guests Saturday even- Edgar Joshua Hughes, son of ing of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dia-~ Lewis W. and Hester Hughes, mond and family of Webber was born near Summum, I11 on were Mr. Arnold Appleby of Nov. 28, 1872, and died at Sup- Corvallis, Ore Mr. and Mrs. erior, Nebr at the age of 93 Dennis Appleby of Wichita, Mr. years, on Feb. 9, 1966. and Mrs. Howard Appleby of At twelve years of age he Formosa, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale moved with his parents to Crys- Erickson and family of Court- tal Plains Township in Smith land. County, Kans living in a dug- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Renken out. The family moved later to and children of Hutchinson the Esbon community and in spent several days last week 1895 moved to a farm north of with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Formosa. He spent the remain- Otto Renken. der of his life in this vicinity. Howard Hughes was a house He' was united in marriage at guest for several days last week Formosa, Kans to Mary Mc- at the home of his cousin, Mr. Cune on April 5, 1911. To this and Mrs. Clayton Hughes, while union was born one son, How- helping make funeral arrange- ard. ments for his father, Mr. E. J. Sheriff and Mrs. Murray took Edward McCatheron and Frank Sprinkle, who had pied guilty to grand larceny, auto theft, to the Reformatory at Hutchinson last Wednesday. Office of Co. Supt.: "REAL CHARITY doesn't care if it's tax-deductible or not." To be held 1 mile south and 2J/ miles west of Jewell, Kansas. ;communities have always been~ of a high type. The Church and Webber 4-H have an outstanding record. As recent as 1935 Web- her High School operated and there weer 17 members in the senior class. Although opportunities for education were limited in his youth, he took every available advantage to satisfy his thirst for knowledge. Always interest- ed in educaiton, he taught in the Lovewell, Laurel Hill and Wood- bine sch~:n~ls. Expressing a deep interest in religious aspects of the commun- ity, he served on the official ed land to livestock~,within, 60 days after application. DO not Visitors and business callers plant treated soil to any crop in our office last week were: other than sorghum or corn Mr. and Mrs. Harry LaDow, Leb- wKhin 18 months following ap- anon; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Obert, Lebanon; Kent Slaughter, Mont- Wheat: ' Keown, DeAnn Thornton, Dean[lesson is entitled 'Creative Ehlers, Kenneth Heitmani andlof Leisure Time". Tom Rathbun. [ These lessons are all based on Valley View and Webber will]Emotional Maturity with special not operate next year. Both[emphasis on th~ family. schools have produced many ex-~ Information is available cellent citizens and the two the Extension office'or from Extension unit leaders who the lesson in each~ area of county. Family Room Is VerSatile The family room or Other where the tamity gathers has definite influence 6ff members. Make yours- famil: room serve many purposes. sibilities are the home children's play area, ahd laund room. The trick is wise use built-ins. Have a laundry, ing, and office Unit :along wall. This includes washer dryer, a swing-oul ironing cupboards for laundry and ing supplies and a countertop folding, sewing and'wi'itihg. ~ * ceal the washer and ~": ~ hinged, folding doOrS;, -" ~ Po~t Frnar~e~oo t~orhioide f~rt Storage Space l~rv~nd Grain ,or.o.hum; In this family centermake l:rw DO~t-om~,rt!oncO ~;~od con of the potential area for ~rol in ~orohiJm either )4 ~ or in the corners of walt-and Alrn7ilata I~Oll]cl he ii~e(l, 24 l~ cabinets in you? kitdlY~:n. oontr~N hrc, ad! ,f ~nnual ,~,oed~ advantage of the ~,hile &tr~7ino eontrol~ both space. If the room lg;Sr~call, it broadleaf weeds and grasses. If particularly impo)iaht not 2.4-D is used, it is suggested that waste corner storage": 2,4-D amine at ~ to ~/~. pound volving cabinets are acid equivaelnt per acre "be used in making use ~'~'t or 1/~ to ~/5 pvund low volatile space. Revolving bas~ 2,4-D ester (acid equivalent) be a floor-to-ceiling'CaN used if susc,+'tible crops or ing wall cabinets, and platns are nearby. 2,4-D should lrevolving shelves" are'~ be applied when sorghum plants ities. Minor rem6deiifi are 4 to 12 inches taiL,D0 not adjusting of your' corner apply 2,4-D during fiow ,ringioro;- and base caginetsi i ht early dough stages ,' . :? !you additional storag ifAtrazine is used for post. Sewing At Home i emergent weed' Control. in' ,sot- This family-living ghum,~use 2 to 3 pounds active serviceable as'th~ ingredients per'. ~,cre. Apply be- Eince garment ~ fore weeds teach: ~i'laei~}~t; 6T % co:he one of America's to to 1-inch. Do not graze treated ing industries, you ~y areas or feed forage from treat- anyone is making-~lothing home the~ day~, T~h~.~ ~tnswer' "yes". The sales of patterns in the past 10'years.In.the decade, the i fered by sewing i panies became rose; Joanne Bengtson, Burr Oak There is no experimental'evi- Mrs. Sheridan Self, Burr Oak; and ,pressure nitrogen solution, Mrs. Marion Atwood, Esbon; provdiing the nitrogen is applied Brad Judy, Montrose. at equal rates and according to * * * recommended methods of appli- Last week we visited Webber :cation" and Valley View Schools. The Although anhydrous ammonia following are students of Mrs. is often the cheapest source of Jean Charles, Webber: nitrogen, spring application may Donna Howe, Rozella John-result in loss cf stands whictt son, Deborah Lewis, Jim An- offset any advantage gained. dreason, Steve l~ehrends, Denise It appears, in general, that the Dahl, Rick Andreason, and Jerry best nitrogen source for top- Dahl. We saw speciments of dressing wheat is still the one good work. Writing of all stud- that can be applied for the least ents was very good. There was cost per pound of nitrogen. a wholesome a~:titude towards It is advisable to delay top- all subjects. Material for study dressing wheat as long as pos- of arithmetic was most interest- sible. Application should be ing. The students were friendly made not too long before the and, as we left, Steve Behrends crop begins to grow in the thoughtfully gave us a Valen- spring. However, not much dif- fine. In the upper grades are Deann ference has been found between Hall, Glen Behrends, Roger Ful- times of application. Nitrogen sh,m!d not be ap- ler, Wayne Howe, Brad Hansen, plied in the snow when the Delbert Johnson, Richard Behr- ground has fro:,t in it, because ends, Gregory Diamond, and when the snow melts much of it board of the First Methodist Douglas Thomas. Lee Shirley will run off and we lose much Church and taught in the Sun- was having a class in social of the nitrogen with it. day School. H~ later served in studies when we called. Social the same capacities in the For- studies deal with human rela- NEWS FROM HOME moso Community Church. tionships, primarily with institu- ECONOMIC AGENT'S DESK Although he had a deep inter- tions, groups, societies andBy Mary Frances Flentie, [tEA est in the educational field, he states. The school as one of the made farming his principal car- community's institution needs Home Economics For You! eer and often marveled that in to have teaching to guide pupils The main area of the home t his life span more changes had toward better practices of the economics program in .lowell for 11:00 A.M. ~ taken place in agricultural prac- beliefs to which our country 1966 is Famil'~, Life. The unit tices than in all recorded history, subscribes. Mr. Shirley teaches leaders have received three les- lie was preceded in death by all subjects weil. sons in family life in the area MACHINERY 15-ft.; :barmhand Haystacker with hayhis parents, three brothers, and We watched the basketball of "Your Emotional Health, Per- two sisters, practice and the girls in their sonality and Communications 1960 John Deere S. P. Combine, Model basket, grain scoop, stack buster. He is survived by his wife, cheer leading work. The good within the Family'. The fourth Mary; his son, Howard, and lunch program is directed by 55, 1.l-ft. (etxra good, always shedded) TRUCKS and TRAILERS daughter-in-law, Shirley; three Mrs. Glenn Andreason. " 1953 International :%-ton Pickup (over- grandchildren, Stanley, Larry Our visit at ','alley View was I , load springs) ; 1950 Chevrolet 1 -ton and Robert, of Hays, Kans.; one pleasant and it always has been. sister, Ida Livingood of Belie-The school plant is improved ~~ a~ Truck, with new hoist, fold down racks;ville, Kans. every year and is very suitable Imp!ement Trailer, low carrier; Hay He was a man of high moral for a two-teacher school. Mrs. Trailer, 20-ft.; 4-WheelRubber Tire standards and was temperate John Crispin helps to make pos- and truthful in all things. He sible a very fin~ music program Trailer; Colby Trailer with ensilagehad a keen appreciation of the for everybody. Mrs. Estella Mc- sides; 2 Hayacks, running gears finer things of life. Keown supervises the lunch pro- Funeral services were held in gram. Her kitchen has many FEEDERS, SHEDS, ETC. Overhead Bulk Feed Tank, 200-bu.; 2 Jamesway hog feeders, 70 bu.; James- way creep feeder; 6 ,wooden feed bunks, good; 1,000-bu. steel bin; 2,000-bu. But- ler s eel bin; Portable hog shed, 12x14 ft. ; Char-Lynn hydraulic pump, model 00; Air compressor.; 2 4-in. electric augers, 12-ft. MISCELLANEOUS 1962 S & H Feedwagon with grain ex- tension (like new) 1956 4.00 IHC Tractor (good rubber) 1950 Minneapolis Moline U Tractor 1949 Ferguson Tractor (good rubber) 1963 John Deere Rotary Hoe 1961 IHC One-Way, number 120, 12-ft with hydraulic 1956 (2) Minneapolis Moline 3-16 plows 1963 Four-section Springtooth Harrow Three-section Springtooth Harrow IHC Drill with fertilizer attachment, new rubber, press wheels; John Deere mower, 7 ft; John Deere Hayrake; John Deere manure spreader; Fold-up Drag Harrow; IHC Lister; Ferguson Plow, 2-bottom, 3-pt. hitch; Ferguson cultiva- tor, 3-pt. hitch; John Deere single disc, the Formosa Community Church labor saving devices and with and interment was in the Balch arrangement of bulletin board Cemetery, Formosa. Singers and decorations makes it appear were Mrs. Wayne Berneking, like a nice office. Mrs. Milton Hoard, Wybern Ber- Mrs. Genevieve Morris has the neking and Howard Field, Jr. lower grades with the following Accompanist was Mrs. Don enrolled: Jalonda Ehlers, Kent Hurd. Casket bearers were John Ross, Debra Tipton, Dalane Ehl- Johnson, Ralph Johnson, How- ers, Philip Thornton, Arliene ard Field, St Arthur Kingsley, Nelson, Mark Frerichs, Jerry Joe Haskins and Taylor Clark. Hasemeyer, Mark Ross, Delton Ehlers, Deanna Purcell, and Di- CARD OF THANKS anna Purcell. Mrs. Mary Jo Aeschliman is We wish to express our most principal and is the fine teacher sincere thanks to our friends of grades 5, 6, 7 and 8 with the and relatives for the beautiful following pupils: Charles Nelson, flowers, cards, memorial gifts, Darwin Ehlers, Mark Intermill and for the many other kind JoAnn Hasemeyer, Dwayne Mc- deeds shown us in the illness and death of our loved one. We LUNCH ON GROUNDS ular. Impressive ag are, they do not indicate'a eral return to' home pleasure derived from; activity recounts for the sewing that is done Garment making can be' ing as a leisureo time ai:ti' HELP KEEP THE LIFE FAMILY LIFE" Museum News i Some folks fr0m"Nbr kato recently told~ Mri- who has charge of oug-l~ on Friday and Saturday noons, that they had:~ti~i museums in this area (we know how largean ar~ they rated our JewelL Museum at Of course, we are it is really appreciated. Carl LaRue ha~b~el$ Museum on Fritlay~{l 45 afternoons during ~ the :" Anyone having visitors school or club ~isht tgto other times, pl,ease ~ C. L. Black or Mrs. E.!~. son, and they will arrange a We have number of everyone has on our dis you if you have keepsakes. We "Glenn Grout, ~ Hutchinson companied daughter, Miss Marcia spent the home folks and returned college work' af : Hu{ Junior College Sunday Sale Starts Promptly at 11 a. m at the Main Ranch - Hastings, Auctioneers - Ralph Kuhr, Ray SELLING 60 BULLS 100 20 Cows bred 1 in spring. bred to 40 Heifers calves to 50 Coming 2-yr. olds, sired by Dor Macs Bardoliermere 24. 10 Fall yearlings sired by Raonas Bardolier 158 M.Q ANGUS Morrison-Quirk Grain Kenneth Morrison, John Quirk, ~ extend a special appreciation to HASTINGS, NEBRASKA " ' ' kindnessthe Hawthorneand h~lpClUbin servingf r theirthe WilkeCollins, Jr. Manager; "Le:ty" Autioneers: Vail :MeCliatoek, Phone, Terms: Cash, Nothing removed uatfl lovely lunch. ~ ' superintendent, Sales Manager. ' E. : Land Cattle Co, Tom &damS,