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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Mrs. ~ ~th of Jew- ~Mr. and Mrs. ~ Larsen Thursday, February 26, 1970 eli, ~f~'s. Wayne U~derm, ood and of Jmuestown were Sumta~ din- Page 6 - Section 2 iMp. Dewey ~Underwood and her and supper guests of Mr. - son of ~Burr Oak, Mrs. W. C. and Mrs. Steve Arnoldy. ' t ~$tate Exchange Bank Will Start Oat, {Mrs. Mike ~erly, Mrs. Computer Accounting March I O. D. ~Toller, ~Vlrs. R. E. CoL ~VIr. arm L'Vfrs. Robert O~t, son, (Mrs. Forrest ~Ison, Mvs. Kirk and Kixn enCe~alned with The State Exchange Bank Darus ~lennmgsen and Mrs. a dinner Sunday honoring Mr. announces that effective March 1st, they will start utilizing corn, puter accounting. It is felt this is necessary to maintain eKiciency and accuracy with the increase and grovet~ the ~>~nk has shown. Hr. and Mrs. Jerry Murray, Bnme and Mark, Ma~cksvilie, Kans., Mrs. Marjorie Nichols and granddaughter of Manhat- .tan, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry t~an- cock, Todd and David, Hastings. Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Swin- ton, Mr. and Airs. I~an Hu~ghe.s, Mr. Charles Murray and chi]. dren were visitors at the Jim Murray home last Sunday. (Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Triplctt of Lawrence spent the weekend at the home of her parents. Mr. and :Mrs. Keith Halstead. Mr. and Mrs. George Me, l~Inch of Hays were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Tyler, and Judb,. BIRD TWINE t s 0 Buy your InternaUona| baler twine now. Take advantage of sub. stantlal pro-sea.son Savings, Select either IH pTast~ cr slsalana twine, Fewer broken bates be. cause of industry-lead. lag tensile strength, Quality controlled for tomplete compatabiii~ ~lth,your baler, l Jewell Impl Co. l~obert Oat went together Men- and (Mrs. Darus Henningsen for day ~Rernoo~ to caltl On Mrs. their 5~td wedding anniversary. Kendall Ost and to view their 'ffnose present to enjoy the oc- new mobile ~ome. A "tin can" casion together ~,ere Mr. and shower .w~s given the new Mrs. Coburn Henningsen c~[ Be- bride w~th refreshments served loll, Mrs. Edith Oat, Mr. and at the close o~ the afternoon. Mxa. Kendall Oat, and the hon- ored ones, (Mr. and Mrs. He~- PIKE T~AIL I~AGL~ ning6en. Remd~ of Game= Feb. le (Nom-~mgne Games) ~andia 75, N~entral Glen E~ler 88, Burr Oak 54 Mrs. Levene llaHIW L)awker CRy 60, Lebano~ 6S ESlbon 74, Eastern ,H~ 4@ ~frs. Dale Henningsen is a Rem~ of G~me~ Feb. 15 hospital patient at the Smith (][~mime Ge~mea) County Hospital where she was Soandia ~I, Jewe~ ~ taken ~for care after su~ferin, g a Jamestown ?4, Lebanon 70 fall. She b~opes .to be home soon ~am'ker C~y, 67, Glen 'Elder 86 but I think mail will be appre- ]Burr Oak 52, ~ 50 ciated while she is recuperating. F_~l~n 7~, ~ 46. Rev. and (Mrs. David Trait accompanied Rev. and Mrs. W L Harw Barnett of C,v, vker to ~andia 8 O Republic Monday for the regu- Glen F_,kler q S lax meeting of the sub-district e ~ pastors and their wives. S 3 (Mrs. Joe ~RaLlsback has been Cawker City S S ill with a severe case of the Jamegtown S S flu and ,was ~aken to the boa- Hi, crest ~ e pRal for medLcal care. l~Ltrr Oak S e Rev. David Trott accom~an- Lebanon ~ S ted B(~b Royer and the ~uto t 7 dealer from Ab~lene to Omaha on Tuesday. Dem" Sirs: While at Glen E~der Friday F_amlosed is $6, $1 ~r lm~nce evening at the basketball game nW year's ~iption, and we enjoyed visiting with Mrs. $6 a~r ~ ~'on to Mm. Doyle Remus (Shirley Colson* Alice Kerw~. 21~1~ ~ Street, and Mrs. Dorothy Stellar. Anita Wlan~$h, New York ~I~7~. Remus was a member of the Our past year has been ~ grade school gymnastic class and happy. BOLh my Children. performing at hag time of the Steve ~nd Glands, were mar- A team game. These students ~led witch 3 nmnths and hove did very welt and all enjoyed ~tah4ished ~heir own h~nes, the performance. ,Mrs. Stetler At ~rese~ I'm ~ving slime, was a forvner musi~ instrtmtor We 'a~l work at First Na~onal in the Ionia ~choo~ and main- Bank ~ C~n.icago in the loop. tains an interest in her former :P~pe all iS m'e~ ~ you and students. She has two sons ~Irs. playing basketba*ll on the Glen Sims'ely, Elder teams. Kid-Price W.S.W.S. of Ionia Church met 5945 N. ~ wRh 'Mrs. Garr~tt Phillips on Ql~cago, ~dnois. Feb. 11. Ionia Garden Club met with ~Mr. and Mrs. Porrest Chilcotl :Mrs. Arnold C~]son Feb. 10. of Sacramento, California are "1~his meeting had been previ- visRing with his cousin and ously postponed. w~fe, Mr. and ~Mrs. Wint Smith, ~herri Dietz, Tim 'Rose, and and other relatives and friends. Curtis Shoemaker, sttudents o~ They are m~Idng their head. lowell High S~hool, spent the qua~ers at the Dreamliner Me- weekend in Wichita attending ~el. Before retiring recently, the State 5~usic Conve~tion Forrest was the assistant there. Sherri was in the band branch manager for Montroe and Tim and Curtis were in the [~ernation~l, Inc., a division of vocal chorus. Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Litton Industries. He spent 40 hold Rose and Mr. and Mrs. years in ,the con~puter industry. Harold Shoemaker a.ttended the concert on Saturday. ~rs. ,Max Ross of MitcheLl, ~r. and Mrs. ~thie Wilson Nebr. is in the West Nebr. Gen- were Sunday dinner guests o~ oral Hospital ~t Scottsbl~fL Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose. Ndbr. and has pneumonia. Her Speciail number for ChurCh parents, Dr. and Mrs. I~alph Sunday was a piano solo by llpencer, have received word Debra Meyer. that she is making a sa,tis[ac- Mr. and Mrs. John A~vers tory recovery, vlsRed Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Hannah Darling at the 1~ielden Figgins of Burr Oak Good Samaritan Home in Su- called Tuesday at the Record parlor. office to renew 'his subscription. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Thayer. He reported that :Mrs. Figgins Ronnie and 'Bruce of Superior, wa~ lea.ving Wednesday for Fort and I.e.ster and LeRoy Barnel~ Worth, Texas, on account of the of Lebanon were Sunday guests illness of her son, Woodrow of (Mr. and {Mrs. Glenn Bartley Phi~ips. Another son, G. H. and Gedl. Ph~IRps, came to get her. Mr. and Mrs. Rol~a Dietz spent Saturday a the Lynn Dietz hm'ne in Beloit and t.he men installed a new pump. (Mr. and Mrs. R~lla Dietz lowell Ph. 428-3261 II I I I I I PIONEER DINNER The WSCS of the United Harmony Methodist Church will hold a Pioneer Dinner in 'the base- ment of the Church SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28th Serving will begin at 11 O'clock Price for adults $1.50; Children 12 or under 75c The Menu Includes: Chicken and Noodles, Chicken and Dressing, Baked Ham, Beans, Cornbread, Brown Bread, Pie and Coffee. II I I ,Used Cars 1969 Caprice .[~ Olds 4-4-2 - bucket seats, 4 speed, 11,000 miles ):,S; Chevrolet 4-Door - steering, air 19bW'Ford 4-Door - steering, air 1965 Ford Station Wagon 1964 Chevrolet 2-Door Hard Top 1961 Chevrolet Ka~ Top - V-8, stick 1959 Buick Pickups 1967 Chevrolet . 4 speed, LWB 1966 Chevrolet . 4 speed, long wide box 1962 Chevrolet . 4 speed, LWB 1964 Chevrolet - 3 speed 1955 Ford '1954 Ford flowers mud ftower stands from the c4hildren and grand- hildren of the late Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loomis. The flow- er stands match the other pulpit furniture. This gift is greatly appreciated. Ost; brothers, Dr. ,Charles Kennedy, :Kenneth and Mor- ris; other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Diet~ spent Thursday visiting Mr. arnd Mrs. Wilbur Copenhafer ~1~v. & Mrs. Troll were at at Troy. the Halstead clinic last Man- day for their regular checkhp. Mrs. Wendell Meyer and Becky, Mrs. Monroe Little and Mrs. Mamnie Loomis were Salina visitors Tuesday. Ionia friends were glad to see the picture of Mrs. Rob- ert Broyles in last week's Limestone Mra. E. E. Rmnwm ~fr. and (Mrs. ~oyd Hollern and fam'~y of Great Bend visit- ed Saturday a,fternoen in the a~d Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd EI- ]io~t, After Susanna opened all her preser~ts we all en- Joyed cake and lee cream. Curtis S;hamburg, sort of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shamburg, entered an art cote~t. ,His drawing wa~ one out of ten p':cked from one thousand entries. He won ten dollars, also his drawing was publish- ed in Wilson Li'brary Mag- azine, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Elniff spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cordry at .Clifton. Mankato FRIDAY . SATURDAY . FEBRUARY 27 - 28, MARCI~ | Recoxd. Mr. and Mrs. Broy- Everett Roe home. Mrs. Hol.lern Mr. and Mrs. Charles EI- |on;a lea were long4ime residents is adaugh.ter of Mr. andMrs, liott of Wichita spent the DICK of this community and are Roe. weekend with homefo]ks. We called ~t the Mrs. Helen Allen home Sunday afternoon. the grandparents of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Meyer of this Tlmy ,were getting things ready far her sale which will t~e held Wednesday, Feb. 25th, at her [o~mer home knc~vn to old tim- ers as the R. Shipley farm. She .was expecting her sister and her two daughters to come for the sale. :Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ball were guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy ~Co~mick in Red ~oud, on Sunday. They were celebrating Caro,1's birthday. #Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pate visaed his mother in the Com- munity Hospital in Beloit. She seems to be getting along real we~ :M~yoka has a friend who They en,joyed Sunday dinner at the Loren M~ahin home. VANDYKE WHICH SlOE OF THE FACE ARE YOU ON? area. The drawings for the dis- trict baskethall tournamertt were held Saturday morning. Esbon is one o~ the teams playing at Jewell. They wl]l play the winner of the James- town - C.ourtland game the second night of the tourna- ment. The banks of Jewell count)' in r.ecognition of "Bank on Youth" presented the school students with records. This gesture was appreciated by the students. Cindy .Corrlck and Jim Hatfield were the reigning royalty .at the Sweetheart Ball held at Esbon Saturday ,~orks jn the Chinese restauram evening. Cindy and Jhn axe there and she stayed there to members of the senior clas~ visit with her for a day or two. and our congratulations to When Me'rein went to see his them. mot=her on Sunday Miyoka re- Mr. and Mrs. Jennlngs Bor- ger were :Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Pearl Hen- dricks, Gle~ Elder, for a Borger family get-together, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Zadbm and family, Beloit, and Mrs. Betty Wilson, Vends and Jerry, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Wey to observe the Feb- ruary birthdays of Mrs. Wi!- son, Vicki Zadi~a, and Jerry Wilson. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Niefert, Glen Elder. The grade school basket- we hope she continues to ira- ball tournament will be at prove. Glen Elder this week. Wvrd from our sister, Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Jennings Bor- ~Iabe~ Kindler. who is in the get attended the 50th wedding ~ankato hospital, is th'at she of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ins- keep, Cawker, on Sunday at- turned home with him and they stopped at the Joe Pa,te home in Ionia. Joe had been tu see Goldie, also. We are a~1 so ghd to have Goldie respundlng to 'her surgery like she is and she is feeling m~ch better already. The Esbon Legion Auxiliary w,ill serve lunch at the Allen Sale Wednesday. ~VIr. and Mrs. Bill Ormsbee were our ca'llers a while Sun- day. Ronnie will go for his phyxical Wednesday. We hear ,that ~Mrs. h'ene Countryman was a~ble to come home from the Conc0rdia hos- ,pits] the last of the week and is ,getting along as well as poss- ~b4e and h*opes to be ab'le to come home sometime be~[ore ~eo long. Get well fast, Mabel. I am so sorry to hear that our very dear friend, Mrs. Anna ,Mills Frost, fell while in her ~a~room and brake her hip just recently. She was taken to the Red C~oud hospital and we do hope for her to be made a lot more comfortable soon. All good wishes for you, Anna. ternoon. A. large crowd attended the Pancake dinner and sup- per sponsored by the Jewell County Westernaires, Satur- day at Mankato. Limestone Valley 4-H club held their February meeting Sunday afternoon at the Coon Huners hall andalso practiced their numbers for County 4-H Day. There .Here is the bottom Of m~, were too many conflicts to paper and the last of my news, have their meeting at the also- Bye. regular tithe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Patterson and Danny Simmelink were Sunday eveni.ng guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose and family. Homemade ice cream was enjoyed. There is to be a Best Dress sewing class to be organized to seart about March 1. Thi~ class is to be taught by Mrs. Glen~ Kindler and will be held at the Rttby Rocker home. Ten are needed to, the class and there are a few vacancies. There is an en- rol]~nent fee anct classe.~ held from 1 to 4 p.m. Each Randag Mrs. Beds linen The Glearters Guild ladies met at the ,home of Edna Davis Thursday afternoon Feb. 19 for quil~ing. The p~esiden,t, D~wn~, Gay Rob- inett, conduc.ted the business meeting. ~he also gave the devotionals. The theme was "My Daily Prayer", ~tress- in,g guidance, ~blessings, and and Sherri were late Sunda~' a~terneon and supper guests o~ Thanksgiving. C o n c l u d ing ~Lr. and Mrs. Dean Leonard with a prayer "I would be kin.d'. Scripture was Rem- and girls of Mank~to. lady is to be responsible for ans 12 ~10. Edna served Past Ne~e Grand Club met her own baby sitter. If in- lunch to 13 members. Guild Wednesday a~ternoen with Mrs. terested in the class or for will meet March 5 with Fern ,Mauri~e Simmelink ~vith a~l more information contact Griffitts. members present. Jean Rose, Ruby Reeker or , . . Bridge Club met Thursday LMa Kuhn. Notice afternoon w~th ~rs. Mary Fed- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ko~ Randall alumni banquet de. ,Mrs. E thie Wilson and Mrs. or, jr., St. Joseph, Me., spent w~ll be March 28, 1970 at the MaUrice Sinmaelink were the weekend with his parent~ Randall G~ade so,heel at 6:30 guests, at C awker and her parents, p.m. Ticke.ts at the door will /Mr. and [Mrs. Wayne Under- Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ro~. be $1.75 each. Advance res- wood and Cheryl were Sundap Mr. and Mrs. Harold AI- creation $1.35. Tickets may a~terneon .visitors of Mr. and torn arrived at their home be purchased from Larry Mrs. Lester Celsen. They all after spending some time vis- Elniff, Duane McElroy or enjoyed taking a drive in the iti~g their son George and Jeanne Behrends. Advance Underwood's new Chevro~e~ L-n- family of Washington state, reservations should be in by pals. Mrs. Mary Fedde, Mrs. March 21. Please .bring your (Mrs. Glen King (Veatriv.e Col- E~una Brinkworth, Mrs. Orlo own table service. No eard,~ son) and Evelyn H~fhines of Van Way and Mrs. Rex Hen- will b sent to members lie- Wichita and Miss Eva Colson n~ngsen spent Thursday of- were Saturday aRernoon ca~ers of (Mrs. Emma Brinl~vorth and te~oon with Mrs. Maurlce in,g in Jewell..cunty'. Mrs. {Mary Yeddo, Simmelink helping her eL- Correction Cllay Henningsen was a flu serve a birthday. In the Lions club news last ~utim last .week and able to Special number for chtu'ch week it s,hould have read: attend school o~y one day. He Sund~.y was a~ organ and Lion An.d, erson presented is feeling better now. piano duet by Margaret Rose Lion LaVerne Mc~Aroy a pla- (Mrs. ~/E~ce Menhusen 'of Jew- and Dorothea Phillips. qua for his services, in re- ell and il~rs. Grace :Menhusen Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Rose FMrin~ the Lions building of Lawrence were Wednesday, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordo~n Al. ne~t to the care. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ~or~ were Sunday dinner . . . Rex Henningsen and family, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gar- Barbara Wilson was home Ehlen Larsen of Kackley was rett Phillips, over the weekend. a ,Wednesday ~ guest at Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dauber Mr. and Mrs. Junior Wil- the ~tex Henningsen h~ne. were Sund~y afterneon via- son, Barbara and Bill, and The W~conda League Grade itors of Mrs Mary Fedde Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Shelton School Tournament was held at and Mrs. Emma Brinkworth. and Jeffery had supper Fri- Glen Elder last week with the Mr. and Mrs. Terry Philli~ day ntgi~ at the Steak House fhta~ Saturday evening. Labs- and family were Sunday eve- in Pranklin, Nebr. non received 1st place, Randa~ ning callers af Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson spent Sunday ~td, and Esbon 3rd. Garrett Phillips. ad Monday with his grand- /Mr. and (Mrs. Adam ,Rose land Bridge lu~ will meet fat~er, ,Charles McConnel, Other dinner guests were Mrs. Larry Elndff and Sus- ans of Jamestown, Mrs. Cal- vin Plowman, Mike and Kathy, of Concordia, MTiss Coleen Paterson of Clyde and Mr. Jay Mahin of Hays. Mrs. J. A. Black, Mrs. Lee Nichols, Mrs. David Matter, Mrs. Josie Thompson, Mrs. Marshall Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mahin, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Monk, Steve and JoLynn, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kasper and Wesley Ray were pleasant callers in my home during the past week. Mrs. Ruth Easter enjoyed Monday dinner with Mrs. Stella Green. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Henning, Kennyth, Albert, Leland and Edith, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Moser, CUrtis and Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hoard, Jack, James and .Deanna, and Mrs. Connie Ford and Kelly were Sunday guests at the Marshall Atkins home. ,Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deever of Wichita spent the weeken'd at the Howard Mahln home. Mr. ad Mrs. Ely Ohls of Jamestown, Lena Robinett, Mable Woolsey and Opal Mc- Elroy called on Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Rank Sunday after- noon. Miss Mary Behrends spent from Tues,d,ay until Friday with ~Mrs. Emma McElroy. Win. BehreRdis ate d4nne~' with them on Wednesday ANGLE DICKINSON .'SoMe KINDOFA liUT' inett arrived "home wahines: day from their winter vaca- tion in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wallace called Wednesday evening to inform the Bill M cElroy~ that they would 'be leaving for home in the near future. Mrs. Harry White was re- leased from St. Joseph's hos- pital Saturd.ay, after a ten- day illness. Seleise Barrett was hon- ored .with a dinner Feb. 22 on her second birthday. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arasmith of lowell, Mrs. Ruby Elniff, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Barrett, Sc0tt and Diana e f Jamestown. The hc~ts were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barrett and sons. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Frank Shel- ton and Jeff and Gary Got- danier. Bell Choir Pr g m T`he Hand Bell choh' o.f 10 to 12 young people from the Manhattan United Meth- odist church will be present at the Randall United Meth- o'dist church, March 8. They and Ethel ~Knowlton was a .will perform dur.ing the Sunday supper guest of Mrs. morning worship service and McElroy. Mr. Loyal Hayes, Topeka, and Ellery Rank called on Lee Nichols Thursday after- nc)n. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Monk and family, Catoosa, Okla., spent the weekend with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Griffitts. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kaspar and Wesley Ray an~d, ~Ye Scribe joined f~mily group for dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elliott were Sunday afternoon visitors. The Monk family le~ for home Monday morning. Mr..and Mrs. Frank S`hel- ton and Jeffery, Esbon, spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Ruby Elrtiff. :Mr. and Mrs. Sherman L~omis have returned home from a most enjoyable two week visit w'ith their daugh- ter's family, Mr. and Mr.~. R!c.haxd Johxtson at Mas~lon, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cla.w- son, Mrs. Netbie Hutchens were dinner guests o,f Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lumb and family at Herington. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rob- will present a concert at 1:30 that afternoon for the public. An additional feature will be a basket dinner at noon with the bell choir and their families as guests. You are cordially invited to any or all of the services, dinner and concert. Randall Grade School bas- ketball scores from the tour- nament held at Glen Elder. Feb. 16, Randall 46-Glen Elder 20 Feb. 19, Randall 36-Esbon 22 Feb. 21, Randall 39-Leban- on 41 Place winners in the tourna- ment were: 1st, Lebanon; 2rid Randall, 8rd Esbon. Randall won first in league play. Mr:;s Mr. and car Newlin, Mankato; Mrs. Mabel Wool. sey, Mrs. Lena R0binett, Mrs. Hazel Atkins and her great- grandson, Kelly Ford, were Sunday aft~rnoon'o callers at the Lee Nichols home. Mrs. J. A. Black called at the Lee Nichols home Monday eve- ning. Pregres=Iv. Study Grit goodies at the noon Progre:s~ive Study 17. Mrs. R. L. cious new kitc~ an excellent the various Mrs. A. E. McMi C- i'its Fondue, grit tidbits mate juice as curried grits creamed plained by Mrs. This was c:curse. A usual chocolate Grits P demonstrated an Mrs. A. J. BaxS Mrs. C. E. during the Favorite food call answered bY ,bars. Mrs. McMillan cent meeting 1970 District be held in tober. Our clu;b of the ,hostess .~ were made for club tea to be Mrs. J. Novak c o no th, Vo-Tech The program the group in. Mrs. Spiegel close a lovelY' Be Informed Exploration was topic Feb. 8 for siva Study bern gave space for roll'cs Vetter ness meeting. to purchase a reunify to ~be ell High Mrs. R. L. the Round on our space A. L. Baxa ,has been done Stinson told of going in Sl~SCe' program is a o dventure explanation. Mrs. R. L. personality qui~ lion. Mrs. R. L. stitute `hostess dessert ,~cMillan. Osborne County C District Ann Meeting March 2,, 19 15% off on one item of your choice that is an all day meeting with personnel from the oral Office here to answer your questions. in and get acquainted. FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS Supper at 6:30 in the Community Building ment. Bring the family. There will be ment, followed by a report of 1969 business. prizes. Stanley Ozmun, Mr. and (Mrs. Tom Oliver were Thin,lay afternoon with Sterling, Kans. Sunday strpper guests of :Mr. Mrs. Mary Yeddo. Mr. an'd Mrs. Larry Eln'i~ and $~,s. Henry Kosler and ,Our co,tin, Georgia Ken- of Jamestown entertained ~0b of Ca~ker. nedy Obert (Mrs. Leo) pa~s- Friday evening in honor of ed away Saturday at the their daughter Susanna's 5th ! n' n'a ~,~, Cou~,ty ]l'o~'pit~l. b~rthday. Those present to i Survivors include her ~hus, enjoy the evening were Mr. ba~d Leo of the home, a son end Mrs. Avery E:Iniff, Mr. LEHRLING CHEVROLET ,~ ~ IMlq~ and family Caxroll of the ad Mrs. Loren Mahin, Mr. " ~ Thursday, February 19~ ~/0 U.S. Maxi~e Corps, a step- and Mrs. Aronld Mahin., Mr. I ~ Iol~ia United Metiw~st son, ,Glenn; sisters, Frances and Mrs. Charles Elliott. o~ W icl~ita, Mrs. LaurHr~ Ya~'- church received a gift of 0bert, Jesde Muck, Vivian bar, Mr. Jay M~thin of Hays