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JEWF~ COUNTY ~ Thursday, February ~, 1970 Page 2 - Section 2 l II II News Of E" S B 0 NI And, Vicinity Sponsored ByThe P siveEsb M r h rogres ........ o. . e c ants FI | gr~nddaug~er, Rose Mary Fie- ~mC~l~~ to, and son. melliJlkFIla Sunday guests for dinner a~ __.__ L A~NIIM~, A the Har~ey SlUshy home ,were ~r. and Mrs. Lloyd Sanders of IMr. s. E~hel Thomas visited at Aurora, Colo. Afterncon visitors the Ray .Baker home Monday/. were Mrs. Rebert Manely, Mrs. /I)I'. Obert o~ Red Cloud was Rortald Stanley and son d Leb- by Vivian Ost and B~l~h Fol:" s~a that SwitzerLand isn't the same since they ]e~. "Phey had a snowsiide a~ter they left and Vi~an and Buil~h nelCher one w~ll go irgo too much detail as to w~at went on over there-- on~ they had a wonde~fid time. called Monday morning for Jake Waddle and while in to'wn called on L~e L. R. Chandlers. /Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jackson o~ Manksto visited at the L. R. Chandler home Monday after- ll0~l. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johns via- Red Mr. and 'Mrs. C. H. Frost ~onday ~ternoon and Mrs. La- yers Cole visited the Fros~ on Tuesday a~ternoon. ~r. and Mrs. Claude Jackson of M.ankato took Mrs. L. R. CVnandler to the St. Joseph's Hospital at Cormordia Wednes- da~ afternoon and she had sur- gery Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. F,. J. Frevert of Liberty, Mo. were with ~M~rs. Chandler a few days and Mxs. Verl Michael o~ Mm~kato is helping care for L,R, ,Mrs. ~q~se Ho~ern and Mrs. Frances Kindler were shopping in Red Cloud Tuesday aster. noon. [My. and Mrs. R. Avison were M~tiing in S~nith Center Tues- day a~ernoon and we called at ~e S. W. Favinger home. Mrs. Joe Peroutek and Yvette were shopping in Smith Center Tuesday afternoon. {Mrs. W. E. Lewis entertained h~e Socha~ C~ub Wednesday af- ternoon. IMcs. Annie Benoit and Mrs. Joe Peroutek were sho,pping in ~ Friday. ~P, xs. Grace Thornton of Colo- rado Springs spear Friday at hhe R. Avison home and Satur- da~ a the H. E. An, tson home. ~e left Sunday morning for her home. She is the bo~'s sis- ger. {Mrs. Frances Kindler and b/Is. Nettle ])odd visited Mrs. Ann Regan Friday afternoon. Dee Tompleton visited he," nu)ther, .Mrs. L. R. Chandler, at Concordia Friday afternoon also Sunday a~ernoen. IMrs. Irene Countryman came home Friday evening from the b~0epi~J at Con~ordia. /Mrs. ~gnes Price of Marion amd M~s. Jo'Imny Price and chil- dren of Steperior visRed Mrs. Frances Kindler Sunday Mter- noon. {Mr. and Mrs. R. Avison and Shirley were in Ha.stings Sun- day Mternoon and vLqited at the Dennis Pelouski and K. R. homes. (Mrs. ~ry ~hjny wen~ home ~Rh her daughter, Mrs. Mary ~Ienderson, to Colorado Springs Sunday b)r a visR with her II [ anon, Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Pau~ and .Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hart- man and fan~ly of Red Cloud. M,r. and Mrs. CLaude Waddle and ~aznily of Sutton, Nebr. were Sunday dinner guests of 'Mr.. and Mrs. ~y Baker. Mter- noon callers were Mr. and Mrs. B~ll Baker and 1~rs. ~verett Benoit aml fm, nily. ~erley ~haeke~on of Kansas City v~sRed hm sister, Mrs. Frances Burgess, and ~aity Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. A~son visited at the Cliff Bartcher and Leo Obert homes Sunday aRernoon. (Mrs. Nila Jeffers and Mrs. llazd Shipley and Maxine "were shopping in Smith Ce~er Sat. urday. Mr. and ,Mrs. Glen Collins o~ Red C1Vtrcl .visRed Leo Obert and ~'V~. and ~rs. H. E. A~ison Sun day a~ternoon and were s~r ~uests at the Avisons. Odessa- Dentonia (Mrs. Wilbur OberO ;Mrs. ~ora Black will be the 2~h of Febrtmry and is a( CarpenCer {Manor. I'm sure she would enjoy hearing from her many friends. ~irs. Nora Hbller~eck wi~ be SO March Ist and she'd enjoy cards and letters ~rom old friends and neiffhbors back here. Her address is 4818 Cor- onado Avenue, San Diego, ~M~f. ~107. /Mrs. {Milton Underwood is mtrsing a sore ~h'in due to tin'n- mg her back on a bu~k they ha~e. She banged up her leg clearing .the fence to get away. Little Glen thought i something when his mother had to out.run the buck sheep. I have a feeling ,n~ tlmt the buc~ will be sold as soon as possib3e. ~r. and Mrs. Glen M~ri~t~gh of New Jersey have a new son born Feb. 16, He weighed 8%, pounds and wil~ answer to the name o~ Scott Andrew. He has ~ree sisters to we~Cttne him. Paternal grandparents are Mrs. ~V[ab]e l~ar~hugh ot E~sbon and ,great-grandmother, {Mrs. Dilla Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. HumPs of New Jersey are the materna~ grandparents. was informed the other day I l Sunday Dinner Special, $1.00 Country Fried Chicken or Baked Ham --- Homemade Pies Our Specialty -- BETTY'S CAFE Herbert Heitsch.midt d Strat. ton, Colo. spent Friday n~gh,t with WEbur Oberts. He is a brother of Mrs. Obert. /Mr. and Mrs. LeLand Bartley visi~cl John Perdues Thursday evening. /Mr. and Mrs. John Miller took Mr. and ~VIrs. Leland Bartley to Beloit for st=pper Friday eve- ning. /Mrs. Leonard Oountryman came home from Doneordia on Friday but isn't feeling very chipper as yet. /Mr. and Mrs. Jim B artley visited the Leland Bartleys and Warren Nebds over the week- end. Bur~ Hall leR Thursday for Portland, Ore. to visit his wile and daughters for several weeks and ~;hen return to San Diego for navy duty. ,I was real interested in the article in the paper on how cruel the traps and gas guns set or coyotes were. They should be outla~ved the article said. We',ve bad iirst hand ex- perience and it didn't come from a book. We've gotten 10 coyotes in a square mite area eince September. We lo~t 4o ewes and have no idea how many lambs. Our guns h'a~e been set oontineusly and this ,week the coyotes sgain got two of our best ewes. But to be sports a~ter we got the first coyOte, we should h,ave pu~ed the guns, according to the ar- ticle. It j~st depends on w~nse farm they are raiding. Any dogs or animals killed wth our guns are not on their own ter. rRory as ours are on our land and for our live@lock protection. Anyone who says coyotes only kill ill o4" weak ones don't kno~# toeyotes. ~t's always our you,rrg. est and best. I didn't learn this in books, as rye sewed up to~rn ewes and d#ctored injur,~ lambs. I believe we have a ri.~,bt to protect our property and cheep are timid animals. Wlm would you do if y~)u turzmd ewes and lambs out together and come up sho~t 3 lamb~; in one day? I can see you get one coyote and puff your traps. We have coyote hunters all ar~ rand us and those with dogs, b~ ~t it doesn't Stop our losses. "Dhis mon~ we honored Lin- coln and Washing~n on their bird, daCes. I'm wondering, what they'd think oT our nation n~w. They fouglR and worked so hard for life, liberty and purs~ #. o~ happiness, W~at are we doing now? Are we rea'~y l~ag up to our obl:tga,~iuns as decent abiding Rizens and trying to keep our country a strong democracy and keeping the moral standards what they Slmutd be or }ust com~aining. Let's put the ~E: in American- ism and see "wlmt happens. R's your }and and my land and let's make R the greatest co, n- Cry in the world. ~rs. Joe Reinert visited the Roy FLin~s of Superior on Sat. urday. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd .R[tter honored ,Larry Ritter and wi{e with a dinner Sunday at Smi~ Center. Larry is leaving for the N~vy. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Young and f~mi~y, .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Glark and fsmily, and Mr. and Mrs. ~Ienw Keller. /Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reinert and Patti were Sunday dinner guests of Archie Tuckers. Whitemound There are lots o~ sick pence in the Eebon conm~unity at this time. I am sure ~ ~ould enjey marl. q~hose in the hosp~t~ to- day are {Mrs. George Kindler and iMps,. Stanley Marr ~ Man- l~to, Mr. J'Lm DLR~n and Mr. J~ske Waddle st Red Cloud, and ~xs. Glen Dodd at Smith Cen- ter. ,Mrs. Leland Ckandler had nmjor surgery at Concordia last T~ursday morning. Jim Love took Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,I.,o~e, Sr. to the George Oar~er h~ene .last Sunday eve- ning to help them coleb~e ,their wedding an,-Rversary. On Monday the Loves attended to ,business in {Man,k~tto and then visited L~$rs. John Love, Sr. at the Wi~beck Rest Home and iMrs. Will Garter at her home. 'They were ~nner gneSts at the ,]ebn Love home and supper ~gueSts of Wh'. and Mrs. Rel ~.VI~er. /Mrs. A~rdla Shook had minor ~surgery and some tests at the ~Scrttth CouWty Hospital last Tuesday, returning home on Wednesday. C~,gers of Mrs. AurelJa ~hook last Sa.turda~ were Mrs. Ves~ Sanderson and {Mrs. Li.Ri'e Lowis. Mrs. K~tie Mendenha~l spent Sund~y a~tenmon with Amelia. Mrs. Ors I-lJl~s received a sur. prise phone call from her sister and ,hasband, Mr. and ~V~rs. ,C~a~on E~oups of Mc~nn. wRle, Ore., Saturday wishing lher a happy birthday. {Mrs. HM Stephens and chil- dren of Salina came up Ibr the ~uneral of {Mrs. Leo Obert and then spent the rest ~ the "week at the home Of her parents, ~dr. and Mrs. George Sander- ~n, IMp. and Mrs. Bert Henry call- eA on/Mr. Le~and (Z~andler and Dee Wednesday a~tez~no~n. {Mx. and .Mrs. G~en ~.atousek cxt Ottba called on her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Ova H~s Sunday. /Mr. and Mrs. Ova KRls are dinner guess of Mr. and Mrs. i-htwey ~cCaulley today, a birthday dinner for Mrs. I-Iil~. Mr. and Mrs. B~d B1mn were supper g~es~s of Mr. and M~s. (~ude Fro~t and Jacque Sun- day evening. ~r. and Mrs. ~avles Love were in Bastings and Smifah Conter T/mrsday o~ business. ~arol and Connie Hancoo~ Ill i l ..... ~ I I tl j; ~' WE~CAN SLOPPLY YOU WITH ,: '. ' Slmrwm-W,ll,ams Kem-Tone & Kem-Glo Paints And re/p.ember to se, e tm for Hardware Needs ESBON, KANSAS ~nd P'lumbing Supp]Je~. " Mr Farmer: PEROUTE!K'S STORE ,Esbon Phone 725 355 i-- ' For .Master Mix Feeds, Pioneer Seeds Olin & Phillips 4 Fertilizer See iESBON GRAIN CO., INC ' /: BON, KANSAS , Or 'P' .3081 to, yo.r eeds , C AN RUIN YOUR CROP... but n ot your finances if you carry hail insurance. Talk to usl CHANI):LER.SAPP INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. ~mON, KAN~tS presented the special nm~ber at ~ger Underwood, Hdene Gass. Heimam The daddy is in the chur~ Sunnily morning, a.read- .SUSiness IM~: Chery~ U~der- am~,. ' Ing and voc~l duet. stood, Dale :I)k)dd, Ca~o~ Pax~. ~r. Newe,~l Bossen from I-~d- ~/h'. and Mxs.. l~arles I~ve, ~4mlness S@eRtng: Ptatty Ne- darn and Mrs. Hazel MdNich@ls J~'. ea~ed on his mother, Mrs. ~#l, Dale 'D~dd, ~heryl Under. tr~n Guide Rock were our vis- John Love, and her mother, wood. itors Sunday for dinner. Newell Mrs. Will ~r, Simday a~ter- O~boe ,PraY: Patty Nebel, is C~jde's brother, So we s~v noon. Ghe~yl Underwood, Dale Dotld. boi~ of our brothers this week. The Union C~tapel United Me- Oflf~ce Zv~ac~Rnes: Jud~" Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weldenh@~t ~odist Churc.h is having World V~J~e ~m, gess, Paene~ Spoon- are spending a few days with Day of Prayer on Friday, Mar. er. their son, Fritz Weidenh, aR, and 6. Everyone is invited to a~end ~ I: Diane Rei~rt, ~'ni,ly at Glen E~der. this service. E~on Ohurch Lad- ~ 431ark, ~ F~a~n. IMr. and Mxs. Leonard Strom ies Aid plan to attend. ~ II: Jud~ Lewis, Ptt~t~ and Clyde and I spent Friday 'Nebel, Oar~ Peflm. afternoon in Mank~to sig~tsee- Wldtemound ~.H.U .... ing and buying some food. Wi~ahita Falls, Tex.- Airrn~n Clyde and I werA to Beloif W~nitemound E.H.U. met on Feb. 19 with Mrs. O~rtis ~ie~z. ~,Vl~'ron D. Pearson, son of ~. Saturday. I guess just to get and ~I~. R. C. Pe~erson, 19s- same of those good sandwk~hes The president catled the meet-bon, Klan., hes gmdtmted a~ at the Banner Burger. They ing .to order by ~ giving the Sheppard .AFt, Tex., from the sure know hew to make them. ~I-~mernakers Greed. 'l~wdve U~S. 'Air Force carnm~ Judy, Ranae and Sh~ll Hill- ers answered roll ca~. n~an called ~ our home a few We welcome Mrs. Ear~ ,Enyeart speci~ist course. as a new member, Mrs. B~ll The airmen, now q~a~ed to minutes Sunday. I~jny and M~s. Hal Stephensbn operate radiO-telegraph and tel- Our daughter cared Sunday and ~hLtdren were guests. Mrs. elope eq~prne~, is being as- from Jamestown to see i~ her signed to 0~utt ,e~'~B, Neb., for daddy and mammm were still alive. Guess we" wi~1 see her Hcl1~ &~son was winner Of the du~y wi~ the Strategic Air' Wednesday, as it is our grand- guest box. W,hRomound E.H.U. will receive ~) year recognitiou Conm~nd, America's mmle~r at ~ne District Meeting. ~nere deterrent force of long range datl~er s bir~da~,. are ,three dmrter members at bombers and interoonl~neatal Lee Hooton and Pa~l Hei~an spent Sunday evening with us this time. M~s. C~aude Frost bMIi~4c missiles, and Helen Stites coiled for a gave'~e report from K.~.H.C. AL,-trmn Paterson is a 1967 News. Mrs. George Sanderson ,graduate of F_,se~n High Scbqel. "ve The lage port and ~n in~res~ rerpOrt .~. of ~ .Dc Days she attended st (Mamhattan. Motion made and carried ~,t F_....'U. get new News ~,ltalns for the windo~rs at the Cormnur~ty .~3uilding. The les- son was given by ~rs. Ci~r~ce ~lew, "Inve~ting ~or To~ter, By Georgene B~mm few minutes. (Mrs. Goldie Pate was eperat. ed on a.t the Befit hospital Fri- day morning. Paul Heiman ,went up to see her and he said she seemed to be doing O.K. and quite cheex~u]. Hurry up and get we~I, Go,die. ttazel Howe McNi~ois was tel,ling me yesterday that she didn't think that the country the most gofats ~ win a .......... erst three -[ Dewey's Village den~ 4n on~h sab|e~t wi$1, re- e ve a The t; Beauty Salon cak par Esbon, Kansas f~Iow~g subjects. ][~okkes~: Doane Al~aX~l, J Phone 725 - 3712 row." The hostess had two in. Cm~is S~oemaker and 'Cim ,looked very na4xtr~l around here teresting ,games which all an- Rose were (~loseR from the a~ymore. She's net lones~ue, ~yed. (DeliciOtm rell~Im'nen~ Jewel.l C~ty school to par.t.iCtpate I don't think. were semved by the hostess, st the State ,Music Co~ventien Bob W,Llson was at the Sy~bJ~l ---,P.R#C. in Wichita Feb. 21. They sang Fin,c~ home assessing one day .... in the choir. Sherri Dietz was the past week. Commeree S~uden/~ Will a~so chosen to plwy in the band. /Mildred and Dorothy Rafting Pa~d~mte In Vo-Tec~ Coatem Mr. and 'Mrs. Arnold Rose and from Ca~vker City called at the ---- 'Mr. and/Mrs. HLaroid Shoomak- Sybil Find~ and Grandma Coun- ~e e~ne~ce sh~de~ts ~f er went to Wichita Saturday to tryman home Wgonday. Un~ed Sd[moi I)is~r~ 276 et attend the music festivnl. Other callers n:t the Finch Ebbon phn to take pert in the ~Kr. and Mrs. William Hoffer home have been Ruth Van Wey, Be~0~t Vo~Tech contegt on are .the proud parents o~ a baby Virginia IXmk~ and "Ibn'eny, Ma~ 19, ~1970. Tbelr t~cher boy born at the Be]oit hospital. ~argaret and Gib Oountrs~nan, is ~'a. I.~is WeekS. The etchooJ The mother was f~rmeHy Reva and Mary and Bill Lagergren. /Ndeen Collie brottght cookies :[I to the S{ybil Finch home one _I I II II MEET YOUR FRIENDS AND RELAX . AT ESBON RECREATION Otis & Izoh Baitnott ) III II I II I NOTICE Esbon EHU is pleased to announce that Esbon Library is now located day the past week. Bo they had a co, fee drinking tiene. Grandma Cotm~r~wan and Sybil Finch went to Glen Elder one day the past week for hair cuts. They also visited Bertha Dietz. {Monday Syhi~ Finch wen~ to Corto0rdl~. Bessie St~s Stay~ ed w~th Grandma Countr3mmn. ~bfl also visited Irene ~ry- man at the Hi~I Crest M~el. Irene is staying in Cortcordia at M & M VARIETY in Superior John for Harold vaca~o~ church has Mr. and evenRg "weekend bon entered pRa~ 'llmrsday n,~r is Mx. and Mr. and wsre era st l~e recently. m~inder Dauber horn, EASE PI6S THRU WITH Contains through the: period. For 50 pounds. that can brought to ! Since reo SP.250, as well as from d for treatments. Atrophic Sunday a~ternoon we thought_ . _ we were being "c.h, ari~ar~ed"~va~ aDe with ~hen we heard beautiful music. f--A,--=-=1 So we weaL to the door and J~l/J here goes a p~ckup w~$h a piano and several peo~e in it. Curtis W,T. Shoemaker, our wonde~ mus- ~V~RV .a,; ~c .maker, sat there p~aying ........... *here Wo~ t~,ted beaut~ftfl music on the piano. We are so praud o~ ~. He's We a migl~ty fine young man--one ,we are all proud of. {M~ brother, Leonard Strata. a~_d h}s wife from Topeka came Thursday and spent two nights and days with us. They loft Sat- TelephO~ ur~ay to ~o to Ha~ings to see our sister, Mrs. Ernest Thomas, F~BON, and her family. Fra~ Mr. and Mrs. John Ab~ers v~sited his sister ~t a rest home Open each day, except Sunday and Holidays New supply of books expected soon. Cards available st 35 cents for 3 months. Stop in and make use of this convenient service. 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