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Mankato, Kansas
March 2, 1967     Jewell County Record
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MARCH 2, 1967 ( Forrest Howard Mrs. W. G. Decker and Mrs. Milo Cook on Wednesday er- r dinner at tile Buffalo House. The Cooks to their home in Canada from a vaca- Paso, Texas. Jennie tlootsinger of was a Sunday dinner Lela Dillon and Mrs. l'erry Enghmd Opal Roesti were afternoon visitors aad Mrs. Bob Moore of Cloud. Mrs. George Demp- were Sunday af t Callers on Mr. and , W. Fearing. George is Kansas Wesleyan and IDsey is a nurse at' dtal. e Spooner of Glen ElderI Tacna, Ariz. the past and moved his mo Esther Spooner, Esbon where she will home with Mr. and Barnes and Billy IPogo and Connie went City on Friday af- Where Loren visited and friends. Connie ~Pittsburg on Saturday her sister, Joyce, and Laughlin-Roberts both returned Mrs. Richard Fras- family were Sunday guests of Mr. August at Bh)omington, Nebr. ,~lraa Gard accompan- Minnie Sutliff to Jew- afternoon and Mrs. Ethel Terrill of Mrs. Eva Wil- Mrs. Earl Garman were Sunday sup- of Mr. and Mrs. 0st and family of Nebr. Mrs. Eldon Pugh of Belleville were afternoon visitors of Mrs. John Gleason. Mrs. James McCor- from Saturday un- Y in the Rod Fogo Kans. Mrs. visited her sister, Mr. (2. N. Sharp, at Mil- ~hile the McCormicks 1Dorado. Loyde Garman and Lynn Gar- e Sunday afternoon Mrs. Lynn Garman daughter at the hospital. Mrs. H. L, Grubbs supper guests Mrs. Lyle Jeffery I(orb of Hastings was overnight and Sun- of Mr. and Mrs. Ro- and Bobby. ~d Mrs. Darus Hen- 0f Mankato were Sun- visitors of Mr. Foster. Mrs. Everett Dodd Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and McCaulley of Le- and Mrs. Hollice Mr. and Mrs. wson of Esbon Mullin were guests lay surprise dinner Fred Sanderson on Mr. and Mrs. Ora were unable to sent a beautiful Cake for Fred. Powell spent Satur- Miss Grace while Ira at- Judy Sale. Mrs. Herbie Doud afternoon visitors Mrs. Phillip Under- Mrs. ,Carold Van Visited Mrs. Bess Red Cloud hospital They also Loyde Mills home Nebr. Loyde had returned home hospital. Mrs. Encille Lewis Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. and family dinner guests of Wilbur Smith of Duane Bennett Mrs. Glenn Ben- the funeral ser- Glenn Bennett's Mullen at on Sunday after- Clarence Maag dinner guests of Clarence Blew. Mrs. Clyde Korb Wednesday ev- of Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole and Cole were Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. and family of Clell Hancock in Concordia Floyd Myers were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. aad Mrs. Harve Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Headley were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fielden Figgins. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz and Patty and Mary Stepp spent Saturday in Ilays, Karts. visiting Mr. and Mrs. l)ennis Spatz. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swart zendruber and George of l less ton were weekend guests of Mrs. Marie Everson and hoys. They helped George celebrate his 1st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barrett and son of Randall spent the past Sunday in the Wayne Un derwood home. Mrs. David Demaray, Mild Cook and Mr. and Mrs. billis Benbow were callers at the Mack ltarris home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. l,ester I~ausch and Dean went to Ell)orado Springs, Mo. to visit l,estcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bausch on Wednesday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker ;it Kansas City before returning home. Dean left Sun- day morning from Kansas City for Moffit Field in San Fran eisco, Calif. to resume his Na val duties. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korb of Mankato were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and Cindy. The Korbs were celebrating their 5.glh wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vader and family were afternoon callers. \ Mrs. Etta Masters and Edna Masters were Friday evening visitors of Mrs. 1,ucretia Gil)hs of Esbon. Mrs. Mary Warneking of Su perior and Mr. Howard Harvey of Republic were Sunday din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morris and family. 'Mrs. Jim Rehmert of" Man- kato and Mrs. Forrest ttoward and Denise spent Wednesday in Beloit visiting Mrs. Pat Murray and children. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Morris spent Sunday in Lincoln, Nebr. visiting his brother, Leon M()r ris. who had undergone major surgery at the Lincoln hospital on Wednesday. Mrs. Bess Pair returned to her home Friday evening from the Webster County th)spital in Red Cloud after spending the past two weeks there. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul were Friday evening visitors of Mr, and Mrs. Verlin Paul and family of Red Chmd. Ric- ky and Ronnie Paul accom- panied them home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modlin were Sunday afternoon callers at the Clarence t'ixler home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swart- zendruber and George of Hess ton and Mrs. Marie Everson and boys were evening visitors. Lela Lamb of Mankato was a Friday afternoon caller at the Robert Korb, Jr. home. Mrs. Taylor Clark and Mrs. Eugene Clark of Formoso. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop, Mrs. Bessie Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sloan of Oshorm, were callers at the Carold Van Sehoiaek home the pa'~t week. Mr. John Love of Mankato was a Tuesday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs Clyde Korb. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster were Wednesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foster and girls at l'hillipsburg. Mr. and Mrs. C/arence Blew wer(, Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lamb and ,lames. Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Mohler ~,Vt'l't' Monday evening visilors ol' Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cala- han. Mr. and Mrs. At'by Cole took Mrs. Ella l,'osl(,r l.o Cnncordia on Monday afternoon. She had ey(' SOl'g('l'.V oil 'l'ut~sday. Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Beecher of lhqleville and Mr'. and Mrs. l'erry Enghmd called on Mrs. FOR JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS Mrs. Rex Paul and boys, and Ronnie and Randy Zilman of Red Ch)ud were Sunday supper guests in the Glen Paul home. The occasion being the birth day of Glen Paul. Mrs. ()live Miller, Mrs. Rn bert Korb and l)allas Foster of Wamustter, Wyo. were Tues day luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. l{eeve llawlins. Mrs. Miller left for her home in CaldweII, Ida. on Tuesday ev eing. Jennifer Kim Garman Mr. anti Mrs. l,ynn (;arman I)ora 'Fhorntoll at the Sutteriorl are the proud parents of a htlspital the past week. Ibahy girl born on Friday, Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Jay l~eale andI 24. The young lady weighed 5 Mr'. and Mrs. Loyde Garman lbs. 14 ozs. and will answer to spent Wednesday in Hastings' shopl)ing. The Beales were sup per guests in the Garman home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy lleadley were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hughes and family at Mankato. Mrs. Mamie Mullin was a Tuesday al'ternoon caller at the ('h,rt,nee Maag home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Under- wood an(l Cheryl were Sunday supper guests in the Floyd Simmt,link home. Floyd has been under the doctors care and x.vill g,) to a Kansas City Slx,eialist ]'or observation. Miss 1Ha Mullins of Bonner Sln'ings was a weekend guest in the Earl Mullins home. Mr. ;,n(l Mrs. l)erald l)eekcr and Mrs. Glen Paul attended the l'ur)eral services for Mr. Clifford Helvey at Cawker City on '['ia,sday ;flternoon. Dallas Foster of Wamsutter, Wyo. was a Tues(lay Sill)per guest of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mullen and K('nneth of Shelley, Ida. were Sunday overnight guests nf his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn t3ennett. Mr. and Mrs. l{. J. Korb and Bobby were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kiehl and bnys. Arby Cole has b(,en helping at the l~ewis Hardware while Charlie Lewis has been on the sick list, Mrs. tlarvey Fogo spent Wednesday helping Mrs. Es- ther Spooner to get settled in her home in Esbon. Mrs. Emerald ()st and fam- ily and Mrs. Earl Garman vis- ited Mrs. Lynn Garman and new baby daughter at the Red Cloud hospital on Monday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas of Lebanon were Monday after- noon callers on Mrs. May Boit- nntt. Mrs. ()live Miller. Mrs. Ro bert Korb and Mrs. Mattie (;rubbs were Tuesday morning coffee guests of Mrs. Reeve Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers of I,ebanon were callers at the Arby Cole home the past week. Mrs. Ivan Hughes and Leslie were Thursday visitors in the Richard Frasier home. Wayne Underwood and Dew- ey were Monday morning call- ers on Charlie Lewis. Norman Morris of Superior was a Sunday morning caller al 1.he Dallas Morris home. Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Paul. Mike and Sandra Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hartman and girls, MAXIMUM RETURN INSURED SAFETY COMPLETE & CONVENIENT SERVICE SAxr'xl' I)OLLARS FOR YOUR Call, Write or See Loan 110 North Mill Phone PE 8-2222 BELOIT, KANSAS Accounts Insured to $15,000 by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation II Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 A4ankato, Kansas I the name of Jennifer Kim. The grHlldl)~irents ;ire Mrs. Mar garet Wayne of California and Henry Garman. Sl)('cial numbers at the Es bun Christian Church Sunday were a piano solo, "Meh)dy" by Mrs. Hilhnan, and a vocal soh) "All Creatures 1)1' Our God and King", by Diane Bak- er, accompanied by Mrs. ttill- man. Mrs. E. E. Ransom About Jill the weather the past week has been cold and disagreeable but no precipita- tion. There will be another carpet rag sewing this coming Fri- day, We had a much better attendance and got a nice lot of work done at the Esbon Legion Hall Friday, The se- cond quilt or eonfl'ort was fin- ished and another put in and a nice h)t of rags sewed and rolled and more gotten ready to sew, but it is getting later in spring and we wish to get more done, so we will work Friday with a pot luck dinner and' a big "Thanks" ['or all of the help we have had. All for a wnrthy cause. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen, ,Judy and Renae went to see Richard ttake Sunday and found him some better, tie is back in the Concordia hospital for the present and slightly better in some ways. Nancy Jo Pate was a Satur- day visitor of Kathy Whelehel and they went with the Lor- ena Pate fanfily to the basket- ball game at Burr Oak Satur- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Griffin of Be loit visited their daughter, Mrs. Faye Boiler, and family Sunday. We are sorry to hear that June Heiman, a little first grader, is not too well at this time. ttope we hear a better report st)on. She is the young ~daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene lleiman. George Mendenhall is home from the Red Chmd hospital and getting along fine. ltis brother, Cleveland, has t)een brought from the Concordia hospital to a honm in Burr Oak to be cared for while recuper- ating from his broken hip. We are so glad they are both bet- ter. Mrs. Sarah Walker of Man- kato visited Mrs. I~m'ena Pate and children Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen and Paul tteiman were here Monday afternoon. The men helped Joe load his big tractor tire and they then called at the Lyle Sloan home. Mr. and Mrs. Bossen took ttAVING LEASEI) MY FARM, WILL SELL THE FOI,I OWING LOCATED 2 MILES WEST AND 3|/z COMMENCING AT 12:00 NOON 5 REGISTERED BULLS (papers) 5 BREI) IIEIFERS 15 COWS WITtI CALVES AT SIDE Many of these Cows are from Reg- istered Cows and Bulls. 10 Cows are Registered (no papers). 40 Head of Cows, none over 5 years oM 35 Cows, none over 7 years old 20 Cows, none over 8 years old 5 Bred Heifers 55 of these Quality Herefords will begin calving March 15, 40 will calve in mid-summer. All Cows are bred. Cattle will be sold in lots of 5-10-15. 15 Cows with calves at side, at least 2 months old 700 Bales Alfalfa Hay, second crop, has been in barn 400 Bales Wheat Straw, has been in barn 400 Bales Oat Straw, has been in barn 1 12-ga. Winchester Model 97 Shot- gun 1 Automatic .22 Winchester 1 Double Barrel 12-ga., German make 1 Double Barrel 16-ga., German make 1 .22 Woodsman Pistol, 6-in. barrel Will offer two fancy German Sport- ing Rifles with scopes, .759 cal. One German Sporting Rifle their supper Tuesday evening and ate with their grand- daughter, Judy Hiliman. and family in Ihu'r Oak. Judy and Renae and her grandmother, Georgene shol)ped in Mankato Thursday afternoon. Webster County Centennial Pageant To Be Presented March $ and March 12 Ne})raska's Centennial Cotln ty will salute the Centennial I year ,&i[h tWO l)ag(';|]}| per- 'formances: Sunday, March 5, 7:00 1), M. at the Red Cloud ftigh School Auditorium and the folh)wing Sunday, March 12, 7:00 P. M. at the Blue ltill tligh School Auditorium. Each of the five comnmn- ilies in Webster County, Guide Rock, Inawde, Red Ch)ud, Bladen, and l{lu(' llill is responsible for a /)ortion of our first eentln'y, ()ver 20(} people l'ronL every part el the enunty are parlicil)ating in this singlecountywide pro- jeet. Each Comumnily has used local tah'nt to write, dir eet and pr(l(hlce ;I scene o[ the Centennial l'ageant. A(hnissinn will be $1.00 fro' I)ESCRIIH I) I'I ()I'EI{TY MILES SOUTH OF MANKATO, KANS., ON PAGE 3C adults, 50 cents for students and children under 12 will be admitted free. Everyone is urged to enter in ttm Spirit of the Centennial by wearing Centennial Cos- tul~les, however, costumes are not a necessity. 100 years of Webster County, 100 years Of Nebraska . . an evening filled with history, entertainment & memories. I)o plan to attend. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward E. Kimbrough will be saddened to hear of the death of their son, Jackie J. Kim- brough, ;it Long Beach, Calif, on I,'ch. 18, 1967. He was 41 years, 2 months, 3 days old. The services were held in the Hunter Mortuary Chapel on Feb. 21, 1967. Officiating was Rev. Richard Irving of the lo- cal f)resbyterian Church of which he was a member, Final resting place was Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Rudolph Johnson of Court- land visited Monday night at the home of his sister. Mrs. Glenn Itale, while his grand: son, Gregg, took a drum les- son from Roderick Weltmer. AT THE FARM ALL-WEATtIER ROAD-- LUNCII WII,L BE SERVEI) Farm 1 W-6 International Tractor (wide front) 1 B John Deere 1 A John Deere 1 Fo|'d with 2-14 I'low 1 Farm Hand with Scoop, Hay, Manure 1 Allis Combine, 5-ft., with engine, pickup attachmenl 1 Hesston Winrower, M-ft., with crimper 1 40-ft. Hay-Grain Elevator 1 150-bu. Knoedler Feed Mixing Wagon 1 Viking Mobil Feed Grinder, new parts 1 John Deere Hay Baler t goo(l| 1 John Deere Grain Drill, 16x10, with grass seeder and fertilizer box 1 John Deere Side Delivery Rake 1 John Deere Dump Rake (new) 1 John Deere 2-16 Plow, hydraulic lift 1 John Deere 3-14 Plow, hydraulic lift J John De, re Manure Spreader 1 Soil Packer Roller, 16-ft. 2 12-ft. Spring Tooths with cylinder attachments I 4-section Steel Sweep Harrow 1 John Deere 2-row Lister 1 14-ft. RotmT Hoe 1 Garden RotalT Tiller 1 E-Z Flow Fertilizer Slweader 1 John Deere Model 5A Mower with 7 sickles 1 6-ft. Ford Mower 2 Hay Racks on rubber 1 6-in. Grain Auger on wheels 2 4-in. Grain Augers 17 30-ft. Sections of 4-in. Aluminum Irrigation Pipe 1 Wisconsin Water Pump, 3-in., with pipe 1 Hand Cistern Pump IIIII 1 I'orLabte 1)churning-Castrating Chute 1 6" Hand. 1',(,t'tal)le P'ost Hole gel', 12 volts 1 FhtL Bottom Waft(m, iron wheels 1 Hare Box Feed Wagon, on rubber 1 2-wheel Trailer, dump, with cylin- (let" 1 2-wheel Trailer, 150 bu., on rubber | good, 1 2-wheel Trailer 1 l'ortable Cement Mixer with rub- her wheels 1 500-ga.1. Gas Tank with steel stand 1 Wa 'on Box Water Tank, 400-gal. { n ew ) 1 500-gal. Water Tank, cylinder, with hose attachment 1 250-gal. Cylinder Water Tank for sl)rayer 1 tlog Waterer Tank, 5-ft. 1 7-ft, Water Tank, new 1 8-ft. Water Tank 1 l?ropane Tank, 500-gal. 1 Pickup Stock Racks (new) 2 I'ortable Loader Chutes 1 50-bu. Hog Feeder (round) 1 25-bu. Hog Feeder thing) 1 15-1)u. Hog Feeder wooden) 1 l'ig Feeder qnew) 10 Steel Hot Troughs 1 Imrge Hog" Chute (for ringing SOWS } 1 10-calf Stanchion, individual stalls Big assortment of Wood Panels, all good, some with doors and gates. 2 extra good Hay Feed Bunks. An as- sortment of Hand and Shop Tools. Shol) Cupboard, Benches, etc. Some Ohl h'on. 1 Extra Good Saddle and Bridle (new) 100 California Whites, 1 year old IN CASE OF BAD WEATHER, SALE DATE WILL BE MARCH 14. TERMS--CASH. NOT RESI ()NSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENTS. When Property is Bid Off, Purchaser Assumes All Risk. No Property Removed-Until Settled For. COL. ED, SLIM, ANDY MONTGOMERY, Auctioneers STATE EXCHANGE BANK, Clerk J