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h " and daughters have returned to l friends and relatives for one who k~i~ll~ their home in Cheyenne, Wyo ]is a young 87. Mrs. Bottorf and l 'tr ws after spending two weeks witht her daughter, Mrs. Ericson, were "'~"~'~A~r~t~ WEIR his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen[formerly residents of Jewell Dewey. [county, making their home in ~afl"~sv Mr. and Mrs. Jack Higbee and[Formoso and on a farm in the Earl Moore of Gra children and Mrs .Mayme Butler/nearby community. Mrs. Ericson Colo Wednesday af- were guests Sunday of Mr. and[is a member of the Formoso : the Arthur Johnson Mrs. ttarry Higbee. ~High School Alumni, graduating ourtland. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hettinger here in 1921. Mrs. Thomas (Faye le Campbell of Coffey- arrived in Junction City by train[ Bunker), also an Alumni mem- o was a Tuesday even- on Wednesday after spreading 10 [ ber, graduated here in 1928. Her of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. weeks visiting their children theme was at Burr Oak before td Richard. and other relatives in California.[moving to a farm east of For- Mrsl Emerson Worick They visited their son, Mr. and/muse. father, Mr. Roy Field, of Mrs. Don Hettinger and children, / were Sunday afternoon in Junction City until Friday.[ CARD OF THANKS of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Don and family Drought his par-[ eats to their home here Friday [ I wish to express, my sincere 1 Dewey was dismissed evening, and spent the weekend[thanks and appreciatum to all lnesday from the Kansas here and at Courtland where [my relatives and friends who re- Center in Kansas City they visited her parents, Mr. and, membered. me. with cards, letters. [ is convalescing at his home Mrs. Leonard Ericson. and visits while I was a patient Formoso. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, in the hospital at Red Cloud, Mrs. Howard Hughes and sons Jr and children of Burr Oak Nebr and the Kansas Medical ~ve up from Hays and met he~ were house guests over the Center in Kansas City. ~tlsband, who is employed at weekend of her parents, Mr. and --Glen Dewey. Moines, Iowa. They spent Mrs. Virgil Mohler and family. weekend visiting his mother, fVfrs. Mary Hughes, in Superior, McCunes at Formoso, ann flier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernc Glens of Belleville. ' Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, l~h%, spent Thursday evening vis- Mrs. Robert McFarlene and lren and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Breckencamp and Mrs. Margaret regular meeting the evening of Gunter and Mary Frances Flea- Miss Betty Boyd Is In you fail therein, judgmentAarld Gertson were Sunday dinner Feb. 8, 1966, at the V.F.W. Hall tie visited their monthly 4-H Vienna, Austria decree will be entered" in~;[due course upon said petition. '~' " ~uests of Miss Delia Joerg of Be- with Mary Diamond presiding, meeting on F::b. 9. President loit at the Mainliner in Beloit. There were 9 members present. Ruth opened the meeting. Roll Miss Betty Boyd, daughter of BARBARA BERNICE NOI~RIS, family of Concordia. In the afternoon they all enjoy- National Home Chairman Ella call was "A Good Book I Have Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr is Petitioner Patterson of Court- ed a drive to the Glen Elder Dam Colson reported 2 birthday cards Read". Next was a ceremony in Vienna, Austria, where she ATTEST: Byron Rogers, . '~, (Seal) Probate Judge.~ :~ Mr. and Mrs. Marshal! project, with a dollar bill in each, sent to ~erformed by Earlene Silsby and plans to enter the University of Superior were Sunda3 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stafford the two youths in the Kansas Cheryl Unde'wood initiating Vienna for. tn.e second semester, Weltmer, Weltmer & Welt filer, ests of Mr. and Mrs. ioined a group of relatives on Cottage at the National Home Greg Pate and Joni Beam into after completing a German lang- Attorneys for Petitioner[O, ark and Eugene. Sunday at the home of Mr. and in Eaton Rapids, Mich. the club. Doug Dietz started the uage course at the Goethe In- ' J~ ayme Butler entertain-Mrs. IAoyd Brown near Court- Lena Berry reported that 100 program with nmsic. Dung led stit.ute at Paosau Gcrmany. She (First Published in Jewe!ii(Co. Record, Thur Feb. 24~ i9~)at Happy Hour Club at her!and in honor of Mrs. Brown's pints of blood were collected the us in the sollgs, "Smile" and ls, lwing wltha Viennese Iam.ny, I~T THE PROBATE COURT OF ~hursday afternoon, with birthday, day the Red Cross Bloc dmobile "Action". Next was a project WhO speaK.omy yerman, reamng JEWELL COUNTY, KANSA6 ~bers present. Mrs. Hazel Mrs." Irl Snyder entertained was in Mankato and that ei~,ht talk on Tractor Safety by James ann stucylng tJerman at the 1 In the Matter of the E~tafe o~ was an invited guest. Fol- :he Tuesday Ten Club at her Auxiliary members helped t at Lamb. Follow~eg this was a American House, and has care!I- t Clarence E Gates, also l~bWn the regular business ses- home on Tuesday afternoon with day. Lena also read the Civil De- demonstration by Joy Kindler. eu m an art course at the .v9.t1 - as C. E. Gates, Deceased. (i Valentine exchange was 9 members present and 3 guests, fense letter being prepared Joy showed u.; how to make shochschule with a painting Washes up 1o NOTICE OF APPOINTMEI~T ,Each member presentedMrs. Roy Keeler, Mrs. Leo Shea- helps build courage, some very attractive party sand-, class held.!n Schounbrun Palace. 14 pounds of mixed, ITHESTATE OF KANSAF~ TO lbss with a gift. Nice re- iaan and Mrs. Vachel Crawford. Sister Ruby Kale reported that wiches. After tt:is came musiclt~etty writes in letters home, THE CREDITORS, HEIRS;.:iDE- I~ts were served. Roll call was answered by the the Cancer Drive preparations appreciation by Debbie Kemper.'"Vlenna is a beautiful histon, c heavy fabrics [ VISEES AND LEGATEE$i:OF |d Mrs. Mike Allsman of exchange of handkerchiefs and were being made. The Heart Debbie Frost told us the story of mty where mere are many an- Three wash cycles for I SAID DECEDENT AND I:',~LL |Nebr were dinner Valentines. Mrs. Cleo Blanding Drive is now i~ progress We Yaknee Doodle end then led us vantages such as the English and selective fabric washing. [OTHERS CONCERNED:' '/,~ I[unday of Mr. and Mrs. won the hostess package. Plans, voted to give $!.00 to the Heart in singing it. Next was a health American libraries, tree organ Three wash, two rinse You are notified.that th~lln- gatson and Richard. were made for a supper at the Fund talk on Frostbite by Elaine Grif- music in St. Stephan s; lovely dersigned was appointc~tl::()md md Mrs. Harold Mohler Legion Hall on Saturday with The Lions Club Birthday Cal- fith. After this, Mike Beam gave palaces, Schonbrun, Be.lvedere, temperatures. I qualified as executor of .the~;will his sister, Mrs. Bill Wil- the husbands as guests. The endar is in the process of being a conservation talk on Owls and Schwartzburg. - I am. hv!ng near Extra.wash -- for thoseI of the above named dec~ oll Mr, Wilson, Sunday af- evening was spent at cards. :gotten ready for another year. Crows. Norene Dietz and Pearl the center ot the city in what extra soiled clothes I February 23, 1966; that l~ttei, s [in Scandia. Mrs. Clark Howland was host-I ]'he Auxiliary gave $5.00 to the Blattner then gave a skit for the was once .a ,mi).ltary ,oa.rrac,Ks loads, testamentary have been gt~te.d ~nd Mrs. Ray Howland ess to the Mystic Circle Club on i Lions Club to have their listing hosetsses part of the program, luring l~aisers rime. ~vl.aentty L & B E CTRIC to him as such exeeut0.i'i)~artd ILeonardville recently t,- rhursday afternoon. Mrs. Don i placed on the calendar. Our Following thi~ was recreation the apartment m.y room is m was LE tiaat you must exhibit y0~ir) de- the house they will oc- Howland was in charge of the Auxiliary name will show on the led by Terry Pate. The meeting oomoea out flurlng me. rest war 7 mands against said estate.w!t~iin ~mpanied[ n" Mrs. Waynethem andBernek-look- edPr gram'by theAhostess.nice lunch was serv- ] calendarscheduledwhento be urheld.meetings are closedTo MakebY sayingThe Bestthe clUbBettermOtto A warmand .'rebutlt:~neouuoingIt"is nasCmaneentra~an~' (First~ Published- in Je~ ell Co." nine months from the dat~O~ the first publication hereof;'0~ be ltheir~house near Milford, The Ladies Aid of the For- Marlene Neilson made a birth- lunch of pop corn balls and keel- heating and warm.water. I, also Record, Thur Feb. 24, 1966) 3t [ forever barred. ':./ ' " muse Community Church held day cake Jan. 26 and took it to aid was served by the hosts nave coo.King privileges ann can Ruth Logan of Superioran all-day meeting and covered the County Home for one of Blattners and Dietzs watch television whenever ~ care IN THE PROBATE COURT OF I L.M. WOOD,;" , ~e weekend with her dish luncheon on Wednesday. their resident's birthday. ~eb. 3, James Lamb, Reporter.to, with the fam!ly. 7 On.the JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS [ Executor. !:: ' Mrs. W. F. Logan, andRev. and Mrs. Paul Temple were Ethel Hanson made another cake 6th or aanuary, me lnree wise In the Matter of the Estate of i ATTEST: Byron Rogers, .':" ' ,Men Day, there were many Lissie Gates, Deceased. f (Seal) Probate JUdge.:,',: " guests, for another of the resident s Buffalo Valley Watershed NOTICE OF HEARING [ Weltmer Weltmer & Weltl~r, ! Berneking was a Miss Florence Nelson and Mrs. birthday. Since Mrs. Hanson Election Thursday, Feb. 24 y.oungthree wlseC'mmrenmenaresSeagoing arias overme The State of Kansas to [ Attorneys for Executor.-.: . ;nest at the home Atta Rathbun were calling on could not deliver the cake, Mrs. .~ ,Mr, and Mrs. Wayne friends and relatives in Scandia Ross Hancock look it out. Both The future of the Propose~ the city collecting money for un- "' ' ,~,~ derdeveloped countries and Viet-, , and sons, Martin and Monday afternoon. They visited cakes were enjoyed very much. Extension of the Buffalo Valley namese homeless. - The few Mrs. Grace Hyde at the Hobson President Mary Diamond re- Watershed will be decided by an people I have spoken with about 12 "i and Mrs. home, and at the home of Mr. potred loaning a walker to Hazel election on Thursday,eb. 24, Viet Nam are in favor of our pol- ghter Of' AxeTIq~Tg~n. Clark and a pair Of Crutches to 1966, at polls within the pro- icy there, although they feel that guests of The American Legion Auxil- Richard Neilson. Baskins and iary held their regular meeting It was also voted to send $1.00 .posed district we should have gone in stronger The purpose of this election is before the Viet Cong became so and Mrs. Ed Friday afternoon with Gladys to the Endowment Fund. to determine whether or not the powerful. --- I went to St. Higbee and Mayme Butler as We are to have a Food and watershed district shall be or- Stephans and heard a lovely ,-/, visitors the past hostesses. A new shipment of Bake Sale, Friday morning, Feb. ganized in the proposed extend- Messa Brevis from Mozart. It home of Mr. and woven rugs, made by the dis- 18, at the V.F.W. Hall. Please ed district, was sung and accompanied by * were: Mr. and abled veterans, was received, send your food in early. If the proposal is approved, a an orchestra in the church. It Yarber of Randall. Refreshments were served. The meeting closed in regular total area of nearly 250.000 acres was quite lovely. - Tonight I had of Min- Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Stain- form to reconvene March 8 at would be included. This is an the pleasure of Puccini's Tosca .and Mrs. Mar- brook and Susan of Minneapolis the V.F.W. Hall. area equivalent in size to almost for 25c in the Weiner Strads- of S dperior, and her mother, Mrs. Maude eleven townships, opera. I just walked'up to the Bernard Connell Howland, had dinner Sunday at Wesleyan News Wichita were house the Buffalo Roam Steak House The purposes of Public Law ticket office a half hour before (:ithe weekend of her in Mankato. Psa. 122:1. "! was glad when 566 (the Watershed Act) are to the performance and bought a Mrs. Fred Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Howland they said unto me, 'Let us go promote the use of land treat- ticket. It was thl~e cheapest y, Mr. and spent the weekend at the home into the house of the Lord'." meat to pervent erosion; develop standing place in balcony. means to prevent the flooding of I'm sure I enjoyed it as much Stansbury, Mrs. Etta of their daughter, Mrs. Ronald Mr. and Mrs. James Macy and upper streams; store water for with a bit of personal sacrifice, and Mrs. Harry Koehn, and Mr. Koehn and children of Osborne were Sun- . son, agricultural, domestic and in- as if I had a box and a mink the 50th Wed- at Lawrence. Karts. day dinner guests at the Oliver dustrial uses; and develop pro- stole. The other day an Austrian of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ericson of Glad-Burks home in Jcwell. per conditions for fish and wild- asked me if it were true that in in Lovewell stone, Me entertained on Men- The Ray Howell family and life. America children do just as they day, Feb. 14, with a coffee in the Bill Dillon family of Burr There are many people in the please. I don't like to be im- i Huber and Mr honor of her mother, Mrs. Bess Oak were dinner guests Sunday Buffalo Valley area, who will polite but I'm afraid I replied a .ji::i!i::;i:i:i::::i~:i)i!i!:~ i:~:::~i:::i);:i~!~::i<::: Huber, Sr 3ottorf, on her 87th birthday, at the Andy Hoard home in Jew- benefit substantially if the bit too emphatically that it was guests of Fhe guests were former neigh- ell. s. Ross Higbee. burs of the Ericsons when they Rev. and Mrs. Mahin had damaging effects of flooding can certainly impossible to make be eliminated as could eventual- such a gross generalization and Mrs. Bud Hallgren resided on Chelsea Ave. in Kan- charge of the devotiona! service ly be done. The structures used that in my personal experience I of Courtland sas City. Mrs. R. M. Thomas of Sunday afternoon at the Wilbeck in watershed programs are de- had not found it so!" at the home of her Independence, Me and Mrs. Home. signed to withstand that flood r. and Mrs. Walter Robert Ericson and Kelly of Rev. and Mrs. Mahin enter- which occurs as seldom as one Floyd Lewis of Esbon stopped Claycomo, Me were also guests, tained their Sunday School Class time every century, at the Record office last week Isaacson of [,in- Organ music, played by Mrs. Feb. 14 to a Valentine get- If this prosposal receives a and renewed his paper for the [ Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Carl Ericson, was enjoyed by the together. The evening was spent favorable vote. it will open the coming year. and Mrs. Ed-guests and Mrs. Bottorf busied visiting and with a Bible quiz. t the fun- herself opening gifts, cards and Lunch was served. A heart-shap- I I cousin, Charley letters. She wishes to thank ev- ed cake was the center of at- Tuesday at the eryone who remembered her. traction. Pictures were taken and in Courtland. Mrs. Bottorf is especially appre- a very enjoyable evemng was was in St. Luke's ciative of the mail she receives spent by all. lear Jamestown. from home folks. Saturday is a Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Calhoun FROM Allen, Mrs. Bessie red letter day, for that marks the missionaries from Haiti, will be Lola Githens of Re- arrival of the Jewell county our guest speakers Sunday even- btrs. Bertha Green- papers and they bring news of ing at 7:30. The Calhoons have dinner guests Friday old friends and neighbors. Mrs. spent several years in Haiti. This Joe Haskins. Bottorf carries on quite an ex- will be a very interesting serv- Harold Dewey tensive correspondence with ice. The public is invited. J ~ $ ~ you need a new GAS clothes dryer to keep pace with the laundering for a growing boy, a growing girl, or a full-grown family. With Gas, you can dry a blanket wonderfully fluffy. Blue jeans come out fast and fine, Delicate new synthetics are treated with gentle care. Even the new "no-iron" garments come out more To( ay, $15 to $30 worth of modern drugs may cure wrinkle-free. And remember, GAS dries your wash for a case of lobar pneumonia, as compared to $300 or a fraction of the cost of any other automatic method, $400 required for hospital care a few years ago. See the new models soon! That's why "today's prescription is the biggest bar- gain in history". .--.- SYMBOL OF SERVICE AND DEPENDABILITY SEE YOUR DEALER """ OR THE SERViCe CO. cm. MANKATO, KANI ,v,t I el, for Home, aueinee, and ': Jewel Co z I2 Ks z -- -- . " Mrsl Mah!n v/ill be leader for[ way to develop plans for the[ EVANGELICAL UNITED tAll Persons Concerned: i . the Women s Missionary Prayer[Buffalo Valley watershed. AnyI BRETHREN CHURCH ] You are hereby notified that Meeting, Wednesday evening, subsequent actions will have to[ Paul Life, Minister Ia petition has been flied 'in When you wake up Sunday[ meet the approval of owners and I "------- ~ court by Barbara Bernice NorriS, morning, Does Satan often say? voters of the area to be affected[Morning Worship Service, 9:30[daughter of Lissie Gates', de eeaa- Just stay in bed and rest awhite,[ both by benefits and taxes a.m. Guest Speaker, Rev. L.[ed, asking the court to detei, mltte You're not so ,veil today. You've[ Qualified voters are all land- [ W. Life of the E. U. B. Church ]the heirs of the decedent at~d to laboured hard six days thislowners and all other residents at Coffeyville. Rev. L. W. Life]determine the descent of tl e lot- week, Which always is your[(men and ladies) who are of vet-(Lawrence) is a brother of [lowing described real property in rule; Today's y,n r chance to stay I ing age and reside in the area of t Rev. Paul Life. Sermon title, i Jewell County, Kansas'. , , m bed, Don t go to Sunday[ the proposed watershed exten- [ What God? . I An undivided one-half inter- School. My head does ache a bit, [ tion Any non-resident land- f Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Ward est in: you say, I believe I have a chill; owner, who wishes to vote, must / Ozmun, Superintendent. West Half of Southw gt It would t;e nice to lie in bed, cast his ballot at a poll. TheI~ Quarter (W of SW } of 1 just believe i will. For afterlpolls will be located at Thel l-lown~d c,~. ne rr,h, ,~ [ Section Eighteen (18), all, the Sunday, Was made that lThomas Service Station, Moat-[Mankata vi~itnr cmo day la~ti Township Three (3) South, man might resl; Perhaps rll go rose; Walter E. Hedstrom home, week-Whileinto-wn he's to ea Range Eight (8) West, for preaching, t like that service'near Kackley; Arvid Flewellinglat the Record office and rene~od and of all other property, r~II best. Why go ~,) preaching? Sat- home, near Jamestown; andlhis paper for the coming year.- and personal, and interests there, an says, "It only lasts an hour; ,lames Cady home, near Scotts-] ; in owned by Lissie Gateg at th} beidses the weather's bad to-Iville. I Mr and Mrs Henry Black [time of her death, and agkil~ day, It may come up a shower.: Members of the steering corn-[wood" of Formoso were"Mankato the court to assign the afile to Then cunningly he tells himself, mittee are Charles Jacobson, lvisitors Friday Mrs Black- the persons entitled thetet9 as It's needless mere to say: That chairman, Jewell County; Stan lwood stone-el nt ~ho ~'o,-,~rcl ,~' of the.date of death of deism'eat, weakhng ~s an easy prey, 1 11 McMfllan, wee - chawman,[rice and renewed their subscrin- subject to any lawful d~sposlt!O~ have him back s ~'meday--Hand- Cloud county; Vernon Mat, see- tion for th~ c'c~;T~in~r xronr ~-thereof heretofore made; anti ed in. retary, Republic county; Mel- - ~' ~ you are hereby required to file via Dahl, ;reasurer, Jewell your written defenses thereto on Otto Renken re-entered the Jewell County Memorial Whitemound Builders 4-H county; Arnold Mahin, Cloud or before March 18, 1960, at St. Joseph's Hospital in Concur- Auxiliary No. 7830 county; Darrell Larson, Repub- 10:00 A.M. of said day in'said :lia on Saturday for further ob- "Oh! Oh! The boss is here' lic county; and Jim Black, Mit- court in the City of Mankato, servation and tests. The Jewell County Memorial was the general feeling of the chell county. Kansas, at which time and plae~ Mrs. Emma Joerg, Mrs. Clara Auxiliary to Post 7830 held their Whitemound Builders When Jim said cause will be heard. Should