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February 17, 1966     Jewell County Record
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February 17, 1966

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2 JeSt co. x $2.00 Value Family Deodorant RIGHT le Size 16-o . Bottle SLEEP AID $1.25 List Bottle I00 I~* l,bt GUARD $1.00 Size J KASAL MOSTS DRISTAN VICKS ANAHIST'S SAvI~ " VICKS FORMULA 44 COUGH SYRUP ~e Value PACKERS LABEL TOOTH PASTE Family Sizes -- 95e List COLGATE GLEEM CREST SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY 98e Regular Pdco EFFECTIVE FEB. 17111 THROUGH FEB. 26th. I ness, We'll love her w~rs. Arthur Allen. They are the rural route . News I may,[enjoying the shnny South. They By,mail off~" [tt'! [And for the happiness we ve]have been in Arizona, New Northern Kansas ~.~ By lgDITII FOI~I~ [ known, forever grateful stay. [Mexico, and was headed for Lancaster County, 4 ~~-iBut should the angels call for]Texas and will see Burr Oak daily; 1 month D~y l.v~r, ana Mrs. tmgar ~Jlover[ her much sooner than we've [next month, day $2.00; a year $1: wmted their daughters, Estalene] planned, ~ Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mc- with Sunday $22.40. ~i~ vlergerson and family at[We'll brave the bitter grief that[Nichols called ~t the Bob Ohm- Order direct or throut Haviland and Wilda Baker andl comes and tryto under-lsteed home Saturday evening, office. ~; family at Medicine Lodge, Kan-[ stand" [ ~ }.' sas part of last week. [ ' J DAILY LINCOLN SI'AR MANY THAN~:~: Ruth Dillon went to MamieI .~ ~ o ~--~ ~ ~-- ~----i By Mail Mullins of Burr Oak last Wed- l o Tr v T~ft l '1~ I 4 Weeks $1 To my friends nesday to stay for a few days.[xJv~.~l 1 I x~ ] Special press wires direct to for the cards visits .-~t~ ~,~,~ : About 20 women enjoyed the JBy MES. ItARRY ~T.frlJFFIThe Star assure you of complete ~ ," .~,~ '.r,r,~, :"~ We ens Mmslonary Meetmg]~ [rehable news from all the world, in the, h it~] A~ ;~4~ ~,*d* with Helen McNichols, with[ ~a. . ~ ~a.o ~, ~,:~ n [You also get news of your local- ~;esses t'o'mVv'~':~ni']v~& Lucy Warner as co-hostess lastl~ " anu ~,~ *"='~=Y|ity, plus State C, apitol and Ne- ~. K^ o ;n Z ~ Th.roa ** = Irrom t~neyenne, wyoming camel~ . ~ . y =---- .u ~. t~. ~uu~x :~,~,~, ,~,~o.~ rt,u, w.cre ]to visit their grandmother, Mrs [orasKa news wire plenty or pro- acts will be remembered alwayS. v,~,tu~, vera l~ cuonnel. UllVe! ;Itures Pe ,-v Vader . . tJlenn uewey, at me home oi " --- ot~ . :~ Miller, India Dillon and her[ [ Sports fans nke getting final : dau-hter in '---- ""-- T'~i'l-- If;heir aunt, Mr. ann Mrs. url;lSl . j ~ 1 ~f~[ ~ - -laW, IYIrb. l~.llOIl. 1 o ~ m n * ~ m, ~,~ n ~. ISCores, pmturcs anti special r~e Trellabell McKinney Pike and lie'.".``, an~, ~, ','~. *~ Y ': |braska sports columns ann Mrs l-larolQ uewey aDo " : .: : husband of Hopewell, Kansas ldau hters of Che enne W o [ You ll enjoy the famous corn- |~,~[~,~,; visited her cousin, Ida, and]ming ~. -Y. "' /,Y.-[ics -- DICK TRACY, POGO, , Harold Pugh and to her relatives[ g came lues~ay to see melrlMARYWORTH, DONALD --- ~- ---- ~i ~ momer ano sister ano iamny ' a few days last week. [Th iDUCK, and twelve others Col-[ ~'[INll ~ INIE: The W ey mlt weanesuay ana Will - " ~,~llY~ ~l~dl~ C T. U. plan to meetls end a few da s with theiriummsts include DREW PEAR-i ; with Mrs Mike Caldwell Thurs-[~p, . . y,~ . ]SON, AB~GAP VAN BUREN da-- afterrl ,tamer at the MeoicaJ t~enter in, * - ' ' WADDELL ~- ~,z,~!~ ~. ,y . oon, reD. it at z Iv r~;, ~o r~ AIMARQUIS CHILDS, BOB CON- ] ~ ~v-~xat~t ~ : O ClO K .~ ~ o o ~ j. ~,t.o. ~ vv j, o.~ ~ .C . IMrs Terrill returned home K. C [SIDINE' and BECKER ONI Mutual Fund Sit~ L:~v~r.ana)v~s. w rgu warner: ITuesday evening |BRID G E plus FICTION, AD-I National Di~rl~ ~.~ moumr, uora warner, ana i T " I VENTUI(E and ROMANCE I Represented l~eafl1 Edith Folger spent the weekend|n.e l~ormorancn, lVllSsmnarY]STORIES. There's a prize-win- I ~ZZ with their n meeting met wim ~vJrs rmten, son, Rev. a d Mrs.[ inmg State Womens C!ub Page, I IgTANI UV MJDO cesne Warner and four boys at[*vm*xmnoxs . t, saay .p. m:lsomething for everyone in your[ Oltlllll. l Grinnell; Iowa. They are pastors[ ~vJr. ann ~virs. reTry r mgmn9 l family I ~o~'m' 'A'M'.IIAQ of the First Friends Church atiCa!ted. n Mrs Grace Haworth[ The'Morning Star arrives in~ o~,a,~, a~ Grinnell [aa~raaYnP nm~ "D~, ~a a [time for mail delivery on publi- Prospectus It, home oays the last weeK nave I " " ?" *~' " ."~ ""~'~ ication date either in town or on " '~ been warmer and some colder. A IIa.mnY or IopeKa were over [ :a little snow fell over the week-|mght guests of their parents, i ~ " n " end. Sunny and seasonable [Saturday and Sunday. Other [ guests ~unoay oi Mr and Mrs temperature thin Mondav : Steve Joan Pugh of B"elleville[Everett TerriJJ were Mr. .anaI visited her grandparents, Harold, Mrs. Herman Myers of M ankato: ! tivir anu mrs max lerrln ann and Ida Pugh over the weekend. ~ . I I girls of Gaylord, Mr. and Mrs. { cmrr~v ~,~ ~, ~,IKeith Terrill and girls, a turkey [droner and all the trimmings. Nanc-- Jo ~ -~"u'*hter oft Dinner guests Saturday of y LOve, u,~ ~; i " ' M ss Jesse] Knight were Mr & Robert and Edith Love, was born [ Mrs Lee ~mullq]s, Mr and Mrs at Bellewlle, Karts Jan. 6, 1965,|Wile Kni th and ir. !. ~; and passed away Feb. 9, 1966, at 1. y,g ~. g is, Mr. anti the nee ~f 1 xrt~,~,~ 1 nlnnfh ~nd[lVlrS. t~ooert vumano, overnight ~" "~avV~''~ * ' -"- [guests, Cynthia Knight, Mary She ieaves to mourn her pass-[Stepp ~ ma uewey has been a guest rag: her parents; two slsters, t - Patt and Jo ~er -randfath ~m me t~urns T~rrm nome me y yce; n g -I a p st week Mr and Mrs Harold ers, Glen Love of Mankato andl~. ~' . John Applegarth of Washington, I~ewey m t neyenne, . wyoming ave veen wlm meir Tamer, Mr r ans.; ann a great granamomer, -" umnn uewey in Kansas City Hattie Love of Mankato. AlSOlThe lan " many more relatives and friends. I W ec neP da" to ormg mm nome She was preceded in death by ~" Glad to hear from Mr and an infant brother, Larry, and her grandmothers, Edna Love and Ruby Applegarth. Nancy's biggest pleasure was to be outdoors either being taken for a walk or a car ride. A1- " though her stay on earth was very short, she leaves a big va- cancy in the lives of her family. Nancy's spirit and courage were reflected in her happy smile and cheerfulness. THY WILL BE DONE "I'11 lend you for a tittle time a child of mine," He said, For you to love the while she lives, and mourn for when she's dead It may be six or seven years, or twenty-two or three, But will you, till I call her back, take care of her for me? ! She'll bring her charms to glad-[ den you and should her stay be brief, You'll have her lovely memories as solace for your grief. I cannot promise she will stay, since all on earth return; But there are lessons taught down there I want this child to learn. I've looked the wide world over in My search for teachers true, And from the throngs that crowd life's lanes, I have selected you. Now will you give her all your love, nor thi~k the labor vain, Nor hate Me when I came to call, to take her back again? I fancied that I heard them say, "Dear Lord, 'Thy Will Be Done', For all the joy Thy child shall bring, the risk of grief we'll run, We'll shelter her with tender- Dear friends, Thl ~od~m ~'rave ,vault Is a scientific and relatively inexpensive structure of metal or reinforced concrete to prot,eet the casket and contents. The use of a quality vault provides peace of mind, for it gives con- stant assurance of maximum protecti0n2 Respectfully, i I I Have a periodic m~ical check-up, and get prompt medication for illness. Today's prescription costs less than tomorrow's operation. "MY DIET IS THE NWr~ t,~ + ,~ As every farmer knows, l, roper feedin~il of~i stock and poultry results in maxim gin. Discuss with us a farm loan to finance stock and food. :,~ matin mini BANK "UNDER mE riME AND TEMPERATURE SIGN*'* ~ MEMBER F.D.I.C. EST. 1887 MANKATO, KAS. PHONE JU 7-2191 BURR SPECIAL We have about everything you need for and early spring. : Stock tanks, all sizes, up to 8 ft. Tank heaters, electric fence posts 5V. ,' and 6' heavy steel posts Tarps, all sizes Grain augers ', -.:~ .to Nails, staples, bolts, a good assortment, ~'~ Ladders, aluminum and wood Electric fencers 2& o Shovels, spades, pitchforks, etc ~:a Repair handles Window covers V Belt pulleys ~'*~ ~ Chain from 3-16 up to 5-8, bulk New supply Sherwin-Williams I turpentine and thinner. Guns,and ammunition Remington chain saws Sprocket steel chains, roller Chains and repairs ":' Mower sickles and repair parts, / We Handle mdse. made in U,