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! .... i~' )/ 23, 1967 JEWELL COUN~ RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B Forrest Howard !~ilbeck of Mankato, Ernst and Mr. .Elmer Alexander ac- and Mrs. Glenn Concordia on Tues- a Farmers Union at the Armory Mrs. Ellis Benbow callers on Roy. Riley at Con- Mrs. Oscar Newlin were Sunday after- of Mrs. May Bolt- eLewis returned home the Beloit hospi- Mrs. Erich Penner' were Sunday after- nf Mr. and Mrs. and Janice. Mrs. Arby Cole took Foster to the eye on Monday Mrs. Gene Whisler of Salina spent the With Mr. and Mrs. and Cheryl. remained for a visit. of Ft. Hays spent the week- parents, Mr. and Garman. Dillon and Wilton afternoon callers McNicho]s home. ~lltl Mrs. Paul Black- Friday evening vis- and Mrs. David C. W. Fearing past weekend at the home in Law- attended memor- for Clarence's bro- Fearing, at the in Lawrence. Mrs. Clark Calahan evening visitors Mrs. Ira Powell. Mrs. Ellis Benbow. Roesti and Deloris Ida Pugh were Sun- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suchs family and Mr. and zers were Sunday on Mr. and Smith and Sharon Mrs. John Gates evening guests Mrs. Glen Paul. Mrs. Forrest Foster evening visitors ~and Mrs. Luther Wil- Mrs. Lester Bausch were Friday supper 0f Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mrs. Ernest Plat(, Mrs Bud Platt and Cheryl Platt of Sa- ;unday dinner guests Johnson. Mrs. Walter of Red Cloud Gene Johnson were Mrs. Loren Fogo and Mrs. Loren Jor- Tuesday supper Mr. and Mrs. How- Figgins of Red the weekend in Fogo home. Burton was a (linner guest of Mr. Loren Fogo and Mrs. Richard Fras- nily spent Sunday in there they vis- or Yesterday. Mrs. Wes Ostrum of Salina were vis- Mr. and Mrs. John ,e past week. Mrs. H. L. Grubbs Weekend in St. Louis. enjoyed watching the St. Louis Hawks and Phila- delphia 76'ers play pro basket- ball on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clell tlancock visited Mrs. l)ora Thornton at! the Superior hospital on Thurs day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore of Lebanon and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bowman, Judy and Ronnie. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Decker were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Haw kins. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Parsons and family and tienry Garman were Thursday supper ugests of Mr. and Mrs. I,oyth, liar man and family. The occasion was Danny and Kenny Gar man's 14th birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kort) and Cindy took dinner tu the Frank Korb home in Mankato on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kiehl and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Garold Ohmstede an(t girls were Sun day afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. tlenry Ileskett. Mrs. Roy Iteadley accompan- ied Mrs. Iwm llughes to Red Cloud on Tuesday. Mrs. Kathryn Walter and Bob of Red Cloud were Sunday dinner guesl, s of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson and boys. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Waiter. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch and Dean were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. l)ale Birdsell and family of Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. ()sear Newlin of Mankato and Mrs. Etta Mas- ters were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins. Mr. Jerome McColey of Smith Center, a former Burr Oak High School superinten- dent, had surgery at the K. U Medical Center in Kansas City tile past week. He expects to be able to return home the latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Viggins were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mont- gomery and family of Superi()r were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. l)allas Morris and Terry. Mrs. Richard Mont- gomery and family (If Guide Rock were afternoon callers, Richard Fh'ook and Linda Vader were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Ada Stanton. Mrs. Bess Pair was admitted to the Red Cloud hospital on Sunday for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modlin were Friday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Pang- born at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Demp- sey and family of Formnso were Sunday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alex- ander. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan were Sunday afternoon callers on Charlie Lewis and Lottie Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whisler and boys of Salina and Mr. and Mrs. Derald Decker and Cheryl were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker in honor of Bradley Whisler's 7th brithday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Frye of Mankato were Sunday din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell. Mrs. Clarence Blew was a Monday afterm)on caller at the Fred Sanderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dill()n were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lulu Walden, In the af ternoon Mrs. Helen McNiehols and Merrill came and they all enjoyed slides from California. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Oliver and Rosie and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fogo were Sunday ev- all us for Funeral Floral Arrangements. always have l ad a special and Spiritual significance since the begin- of time. Flowers are the best means e l ressing sympathy, love and respect. to Memorials, but ALSO send ere is NO substitute for flowers. VIVIAN MOON MANKATO, KANS. ening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barnes and Billy Joe of Esbon. Mrs. (;h,nn Fearing and Mrs. Glen I'aul were shopping in Salili;i t)ll Thursday. Mrs. Lela Dillon and Wilma were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shol, t. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and (',ill(ly were 'Puesday even mg visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ct'(:il Korl) ;It, Mankato. Terry Morris of Ft. Hays St, ate (',()liege was a weekend guest in the Dallas Morris holne. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fullerton an(t family of Sullerior were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oliver. Mrs. Emma Cortner was ad- mitted to the Red Ch)ud hospi- tal on Wednesday for observa- tion and treahncnt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Modlin were Sunday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modlin. M rs. Arthm, Cockroft accom- panied Mrs. Mitchie Woerner tn Concordia on Friday. Mrs. Glen Paul and Mrs. Of lie Moon were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Derald Decker and Cheryl and their house guests, Mrs. Gene Whisler and boys of Salina. Carla Garman was a Sunday afternoon caller at the W. G. I)ecker home. Mr. and Mrs. ,Jim Compton of Ionia were Sunday afternoon eall(,rs on Mr. and Mrs. Ho- ward Short. Mrs. Clyde Korb and Cindy were Wednesday supper guests of Mrs. Lutl)er Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Headley er. A filmstrip, "Let's Face It", was shown by Rev. Also- brooks and Dixie Alsobrooks. Louise Gillett opened the business meeting with thoughts from our Prayer Calendar. Minutes were read and approv- ed. Mary Oldfield gave the treasurer's report. She also presented the budget for the coining year. A thank you note was read from tile Jessie Abel family. We had an Imag- ; inary Bazaar. Each member put her gift in a very pretty wflentine box. Hazel Harris' circle served cake and punch. The table was heautifully de rotated carrying out the Val- entine theme. --Marcella Ost, Secretary. THANK YOU I would like to express my thanks and appreciation to my friends and relatives for cards, flowers, and especially the prayerswhile I was in the hospital and since returning home. Also a very special thanks to anyone who helped in any way the day of the acci- dent and any acts of kindness shown my family while I was in the hospital. Your kindness will never be forgotten. God bless each and everyone. --Curtis Terrill, Home Towner Monday morning, Feb, 20. Sunny but a chilly south wind. The cold and snow that was ]were Sum ay afternoon visitors promised for northern Kansas of Howard and Oscar Rhoe. did not bring more than a ] Verle Michael nf Mankato, I light layer of snow which has Emmet( Lewis and Russell disappeared and a warmer Lewis attended the funeral ser- i be(rer week ahead is predict- vices for tiarry Mitchell of Council Bluff, Nebr. on Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul were Monday afternoon callers on Mrs. Rex Paul of Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan were Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs. Ona Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blew were Thursday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blew, NOTICE Due to the Grade Schuol t',askethall lournament at Burr Oak tile Y.W.C.A. meeting has been postponed uLnil March 20the.Films Will. be Shown by Rev. Foley. Burr Oak W.S.C.S. The Burr Oak W.S.C.S. met in the Upper Room with 21 members and two guests, Mrs. Reeve Itawkins and Mrs. Lee Garman. present. The program was opened with Florence Alexander. Verda Lewis, Eve- lyn Michael, Elta Gates and Faye Decker singing "Onward Christian Soldiers". Verda Lewis acted as program lead- ed. Basketball tournaments are the order of the day. For- muse and Lovewell played a game on the Lovewell court last Friday P. M. Loveweli carried off the honors. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Melt- ler are leaving Monday night for Hastings, going from there to Peoria, Ill., where they will be met by their son. Steward( Mettler, and go to his home for several days stay. Mrs. Winifred Stoics called at tile Chat Warren tmme Sunday p. m, From there she went to Mankato to see her sister, Mrs. Mamie Boyd. Mrs. Merle Doxon came home from the hospital last Friday p. m. and Mrs. Goldie Doxon came to her home in Jew ell on Saturday. Both are feeling some better and glad to be home. Mrs. Ethel Dahl is a patient this past week at St. Joseph's in Concordia. Mr. Laurence Bouray of Hardy and Mrs. Dorothy Ferguson of Court- land are two patients having undergone surgery at the Re- public County Hospital the past week. Mrs. Gladys Van "Meter will be hostess to the Needle I Swan l)uPont Garden Hose - the finest made and lasts for years. You need it, buy it now and save. Price will advance soon. Bicycles are priced from $30.00 up to $65.00. Trim up time for trees. You need shears for sucker work. We do have shears for all work of this kind. Gates V-Belt of all kinds. P Does your screen window need replacing? Our supply is complete und the price is low. We are offering the world's finest type of cooking kettles which are priced very low at money saving prices. Roast and bake pans, excellent in quality, will last for years with rough usage. Heavy duty industrial saws - any size and kind you wish. Very finest of cooking and serving ware, including knives and spoons, for only $33.95. A fine display of guns and rifles for spring shooting. Each boy will enjoy shoot- ing crows. JEWELL COUNTY'S OLDEST STORE SINCE 1880 "Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty" Craft Club on Friday p. m., Feb. 24th. It will be election of officers meeting. Dr. and Mrs. Jon Ayers and 3 children visited Sunday p.m. at the Chat Warren and tbe Bruce Ayers homes. Marge Warren cared for the four children of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bouray at their home on Saturday while Mrs. Bouray drove to Belle- ville to visit her husband at the hospital. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Leecc were honored Sat. night at the grade school auditorium with a community miscellaneous shower. A short program and visiting were enjoyed by the group before the honor guests opened their gifts. A reading by Mrs. Audrey Diamond and singing by Miss Judy Beh- rends, accompanied by Miss Shirley Leece. A nice array of very useful gifts was uriwrap- peal by the bride and groom. The sponsors, Mrs. Jerry Us borne, Mrs. Margaret Warren, Mrs. Madeline Marr and Mrs. Audrey Diamond, served re- freshments nf coffee, blue punch and cookies. The de- eoration's theme "Moon Glow" were done by Mrs. Marr and Mrs. Diamond add were very attractive. Blue & avocado green, the bride's colors, were used in the de- corations. One kitchen gift from Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby was accompanied by a number of recipes written by Mrs. Jensby. who besides being a fine cook, has the fa- culty for adding some useful I personal touch to so many of the things she does. Out of town folks attending were the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Purcell of Superior and Miss Judy Beh- rends of Webber. Word from /)ouglas Warren at Anheim, Germany says the weather there is very cold and damp. tle has been battling sinus trouble and allergies, the damp weuther does not bell). Not too nluch action, other than the usual routine, where tie is h)eated. Everyone remember the Community Pot Luck supper on Tuesday night, Feb. 28th, followed hy the t)ietures to be shown by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross, of their l,rip to Jordan. A free will offering will be taken after the supl)er. Every one from Courtland, Formoso and Webber communities are xelcome. Bring your supper and enjoy a social evening. The W. S. C. S. Committee for tim months of Dec., Jan., Feb. and March are sponsoring the event. The suPller will be at ,he Lovewell Grade School Auditorium. Coffee and keel dd for the children will be fm'nished by the committee. If the record breaking storm for Kansas on Tuesday, the 28tb predicted this morning reaches us the supper will ne cessarily be p(istponed. Let's hope for good weather. Mrs. Vachel Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoel are building an addition to their house. Mr. and Mrs. I,eo Sheahan spent a few days recently with Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 A,tankato, Kansas I || their daughter, Mrs. Mahlon Powelt, Mr. Powell and fam- ily. Mr, and Mrs. Leo Sheahan and Joan and Kenneth Kim- n]inau of Superior spent Sun day in Ilastings and visited the House of Yesterday. The Cbesebro Club met with Mrs. I.ouise Field Thursday afternoon with ll members and Olle guest I)resellt. Mrs. Carrie Field hud a very inter- esting program, h'a Lea ~Payne received a birthday ,rit't h'om her Mystery Sister. A lovely lunch was served hy tile h,)stess. Our next ineelin~ will be in two weeks with Mrs. Gladys ltigbee. Mr. tliu'ley Zimlner and Ro- ger hav(' tleen (toing sonic re modeling on Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sheldon's house in Ran I ~all. Mrs. M. tI. Kissinger was l, aken from lhe tgepublie Coun ty tIospital to the Concordia I'esl ht)tlle Oll Satur(lay. Mrs. Mike Buyer enterlained a few friends hi n Tlll)l)erwnre party Wednesday afternoon in honor of Joan Sheahan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert How- hind attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Anna Kinsey, on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Vaehel Craw- ford spent the weekend with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. George McGraw, in Elwood, Nebr. On Saturday we drove to Kearney, Nebr. OnSunday, a gettogether of the cousins with a covered dish dinner at noon was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGraw at EIwood. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. John Westerback of Holbrook; Neb.: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens of Lexington, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walston, Mr. and Mrs. George McGraw of EIwood, Nebr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Crawford of For- nloso. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McNabb and four children from Den- ver, Colo. visited his parents, Mr, and Mrs. John McNabb, of Superior, Nebr. from Mon- day until Thursday afternoon. 'i i i FOR MAXIMUM RETURN INSURED SAFETY COMPLETE & CONVENIENT FOR YOUR SAVINGS DOLLARS (',all, Write or See 110 North Mill Phone PE 8-2222 r BI,LOi r, KANSAS Accounts Insured to $15,000 by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporatloa I i I IIaving rented our farm, we will sell the following maclfinery at Public Auction at the 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 ,drilled 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. Dump Rake J. D. 4-section Spring Tooth, good J. D. 3-16 Plow Weeder, Cultivator and Lister for J. D. A Tractor Oliver 2-row Corn Picker, mounted Bear Cat Grinder, I'TO, on wheels IHC Bale Loader IHC 4-row Weeder 5 Star Posthole Digger, 3-1)t. W W Pickup Stock II cks 1958 GMC :}!i Ton Pickup Many other articles found at a farm sale Jnsey 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 Tractor, wide front, end, hydra-power drive, 3-pt., 800 hours 16x8 Minneapolis-Moline Drill, power lift, press wheels, alfalfa seed Krause One-Way, 12-ft., on rubber, hy- draulic lift Ezee Flow No. 111 Fertilizer 4-14 IHC Plow, on rubber 1965 Oliver Baler, Roto-Flow feed 200-gallon Gas Tank McCollough No. 35 Chain Saw 2-row Dempster Cultivator, 3-pt. IIh I TERMS--CASH. Nothing Removed Until Settled For. Not Responsible For Accidents. Auetioneers: Vail McClintock, Asherville, Ks. Aaron Murray, Montrose, Ks. Mike Rafferty, Clerk. J