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PAGE 6C Waunita Weir The Formosa Community Li- brary will hold a Children's Story Hour at the library Sat- urday, March 4, at 3:30. Boys and girls, you won't want to miss the fir:;t chapter of the new continued story "Key to the Treasure" by Peggy Par- ish, This is a mystery which grandpa relates to his grand children, Bill, Jed, and Liza. Also will t)e read "A Gift Bear for the King" by Carl Memling, a story of a little bear who could do almost any- thing. "Boo, Who used to be scared of the Dark" by Mun- ro Leaf concerns a little boy afraid of everything but his cat, Alexander. Recent additions to the Chil- dren's corner this week are the following books given by the Athena Junior Women's Club: "Eddie the Dog Holder" by Carolyn Heywood; "Chan cy arid the Grand Rascal" by Std Fteischman; and "A Gift Bear for the King" by Carl Memling. Mr. and Mrs. John Magnusson donated a library table and rocking chair. Mr, and Mrs. H. G. Field drove to Downs Sunday after- noOn and visited her cousin, Mrs. Roy MeMillan. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simmons and children of Belleville en- tertained with a birthday din- ner on Sunday in honor ol their daughter, Mrs. Jim Nit cher of Coneordia, and his fa- ther, Mr, Bill Simmons of For moso. Other guests included Mr. Nitcher and Sanda and Mrs. Bill Simmons. Mrs. Wybern Bernekin~ taught the kindergarten last week in the absence of Mrs. Gei'ald James, who was ill. Mrs, Marvin Nelson was a patient at the Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City from Monday until Saturday, under- going tests and observation. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Spawn of Wichita are the parents of an adpoted baby boy, Rodger Lee. He is three weeks old Mrs. Spawn was formerly Lois Neff of this community. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes, Sarah and Frances McCune were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Abel and Elizabeth of Burr Oak Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, John Magnus san have moved to their new home at 1041 East 7th St, in SUl~rior, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Dloyd Stranod have moved to their new location, vacated by the Magnussons. Mr. and Mrs. Richard ttet tinger of. Adrian.. Mo., Mr, and Mrs. Donald Hettinger and children of Junction City, and Mr, Vernon Hettinger of San Jose, Calif. were week~ end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. I I J~ ,, C. Hettinger. Vernon was en-ltrip to Santa Maria, Calif. route home from a business] Mr. and Mrs. Oran ttyde ol trip to New York. ] Courtland were Wednesday ev- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Siddersi ening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. of Winfield spent Thursday] Earl Tobias. and Friday visiting her par-| Mrs. John Magnusson was ents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbertlhonor guest at a noon lunch- Ross. Barbara and Laura and eon on Tuesday sit the home his sister, Mrs. Jo Vena den- sen and daughter and other relatives. Mrs. Edith Hoffer of Jewell was a caller on Wed- nesday morning of Mrs. Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Free and daughter moved Saturday to the home they purchased re- cently of E. B. Dewey. located in the southeast part o1' town. Mrs. Violet Jepson was a guest of the Needle-Point Club in Lovewell on Friday after noon at the home of Mrs. Gladys Van Meter. Miss Laura Ross spent the weekend with a friend, Miss Christina dustinia, in Concor- din. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stansbury were Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne and Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunn and Melanie of Webber. Call ers at the Stansbury home during the weekend were Mrs. Laura Spiegel, Mrs. Sharon Baskins and Laverne Stans- bury. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hoard of Courtland were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ross and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Ho- ward Patrick were Sunday ev- ening callers. On Sunday, Feb. 19, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Greenl)erg of Jewell, Mrs. Maude Abram of lamestown and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins drove to Valley Center and spent the day and night at the home of Rev. and Mrs. James Gray and daugh ter, Bert. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Barnard of Wichita. Mrs. Barnard was formerly Anna Joerg. Mr. and Mrs. Orville James were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jepson were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Slaviks of Narka. Mr. and Mrs. Wybern Berne- king and children were dinner guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Field. Mrs. Vernie Emigh joined the group for supper that evening. Mrs. Delbert Weaver of Belleville was an overnight ~uest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weir and children, and a Saturday overnight guest of Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Jr. and children. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green- ber~i of Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark took their daughter. Mrs. Pa- tricia Martin. to Wichita on Thursday, Feb. 16, where she took a plane for her return i of Miss Sarah Baird. Other guests were Mrs. Maude flow land, Mrs. Ethel Clark, Mrs. Clayton Hughes, Mrs. Emma doerg, Miss Florence Nelson, and Mrs. Margaret (;ertson. Mrs. Eugene Clark. a re- cent bride, was honor guest at a post-nuptial shower on Tuesday afternoon at the holllc of Mrs. Edgar lsaacson. Mrs. Ella Patterson. Mrs. Gladys Clark, Mrs. James Lundblade of Courtland, Mrs. Goldie tti- att, and Mrs. Allen Smith of Jamestown were out of town guests. The hostess served a nice lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark were dinner guests Sun- day of Mrs. Ella) Patterson in Courtland. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Keel er were Sunday evening visib ors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keel er. Mrs. Alice Linda Crantz and daughter, Linda, of Scandia were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Staf- ford. Supper guests Saturday ev- ening of Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Peters were Mr. Vernon Hettinger of San Jose, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hettin- ger of Adrian, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hettinger and children of ,lunction City. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hettingcr of Formosa. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell and M,'. and Mrs. Howard Pat rick spent Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Florell in Jamestown. Mrs. Taylor Clark and Mrs. Eugene Clark visited Mrs. Edythe Clark in Burr Oak on Monday of last week. Mrs. Don Howland and den nifer drove to Topeka Satur- day and visited her daughter, Brenda Young, at the K. N. Institute. Mrs. Amelia Brewer accompanied them as far as Junction City where she visit ed Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brew- ier. Happy Dozen Club Monday The Happy Dozen Cub met for a 6:30 supper Monday, Feb. 27 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dietz. Mrs. Viv- Jan Ost was a guest. The evening was spent playing cards. The next meeting will be March 27 with Ray Ells- worth, Mr. Wayne Becker and daughter, Peggy, of Yuma. Colo. spent the weekend here with his aunt, Mrs, lAla Sweet. MOON'S DEEP CRATER NEWTON, A SMALL CRATER L THE SOUTH POLE OF ....... YING NEAR m: MOON, IS THE DEEPEST CRATER. ITS WALLS RISE APPROXIMATELY 29,000 FEET INSIDE SURFACE OF ~' ..... FROM THE rw- URATER, AND THE CENTER OF NEWTON IS ALWAYS IN THE SHADOW OF THESE WALLS. Explore why budgets stay healthier when you pay by check. Economical, too/You know where every cent goes The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.DJ.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 I JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS Mrs. R. Avison Rev. and Mrs. Earl Enyeart and son, Ken, arrived home Wednesday afternoon from Ov- erhuld Park where they spent weekend with tlleir daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis and Ruth Lewis were in Smith Center Thursday to see the doctor. l)arryl Bellew and Michelle and his mother, Mrs. Bcllew were in tlays and Red Cloud Saturday on huisncss. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Enyeart visited Mrs. Viola Jones at the Wet)sire Co. ttospital at Red Cloud Thursday. Several attended the sales in llastings Wednesday. Mrs. Frances Kindler enter- rained the Social Card Club Wednesday afternoon. Those present were Lillic Lewis, An- na t,'rost and Sarah Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Judd Scott of [,a~A'l'ellCe sl)ent tile weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Atilt. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ltarvey Silsby were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hartman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ver~ lin Paul and family of Red Cloud, I)ean Roberts and two friends of Riley and Mr. and Mrs. Frank ttajny. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Smith a,'e tile proud parents of a son born early Saturday morning. lie has a little brother and two sisters to help care for him. Merley Kindler was taken to the Smith Center hospital Sat- urday for obserw~tion. M,'. and Mrs. Glen Garrison of Salina spent the weekend with her father, Charley Lan- tis. Pal Smith and Vernon Mar- ietta took Shannon to Marys- ville Saturday morning to visit her aunt, Delores Wassenherg, while her mothei' is at the hospital. Stanley Noller of Mankato was a Sunday dinner guest at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vet non Nailer. Mr. and Mrs. Gar- ry Nailer and family of Red Cloud were supper guests. Mrs. ,Jennie tlerslmer was taken to the Community Hospi- tal at Beloit Monday morning. Mrs. C. Summers Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lt,ece drove to Hastings Sat- urday a.m. where they met Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin, who were returning home from a few weeks visit with Mrs. Nellie Knapp at Manteca, Calif. and other relatives. Mrs. Ella Summers went to the Arthur Noel home in Hardy Friday where she was joined by Mr and Mrs Elmer Shut- tleworth of York. Mrs. Art Ra- cho~ of Carleton. Mrs. Ida Symmonds of Hebron for din- ner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Noel on their 63rd wedding anniversary. Mrs. Paul Rathbun and Marilyn and Mrs. Dix Hansen were Hastings visitors Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Frum and Pare of Omaha were Sun- day p.m. callers at Marvin Webber's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown were Sunday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Bargan who were celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Ella Summers visited Mrs. Curt Marr in Superior Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tipton and Nancy attended the Ne- braska-Kansas State basket- ball game in Lincoln Saturday evening. Mrs. Arnold Ross attended a shower Sunday afternoon in the Community Hall in Ruskin for Mrs. Darrell Biltoft and al- s,) called on her mother, Mrs. Greta Biltoft. Mr and Mrs Steve Frum and Pam of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber and Alvin were Sunday dinner guests at Don Webber's in Be- lolL. Mrs. Wayne Tipton accom- panied Mrs. Elvin Steier to tlays Sunday where they at- tended the St. Louis Symphony and also visited with Cathy Steier who attends school at Itays. II Thursday PAN FRIED CHICKEN Special BUFFALO ROAM HOUSE I I II HALL-NELSEN I Miss Ruth Arlene Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ver- non Hall, Lebanon, Kansas, Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 and Donald Dean Nelsen, son A. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:OO-8:00 of Mr. and Mrs. Hans A. Nel- P.M. sen, Burr Oak, Kansas were Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wiley united in marriage Monday, Feb. 27, at 9:00 a.m. at the Courthouse in Mankato, Kan sas. The double ring ceremony was performed by Judge Rog- ers. The matron of honor was Mrs. Myron Hulbert, sister of the groom. Mr. Myron Hulbert was best man. i Those attending the cere- mony were Mr. and Mrs. Ver- non Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Hans A. Nelsen, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Andreasen. Cloud County Mental :Health Association The Cloud County Mental Health Association will hold its quarterly meeting on March 7, 1967, at 7:30 p.m. in the public meeting room in the basement of the Courthouse in Concordia, i Kansas. The public is cordially invited to attend. The speaker for the evening will be of special interest to all who are interested in a mental health clinic for this l i area. Mr. Charles Kelly, psy- chiatric social worker, who has recently been hired to or- ganize and to be administrator of the Sunflower Guidance Center to be located in Con- cordia, will tell of the progress that has been made, the plans for the Center, and will give ample opportunity for ques- tions from the audience. The Cloud County Mental Health Ass'n. Ross Doyen, President Mary Alice Busby, Publicity Chin. Mankato E. H. U. The Mankato E.H.U. met at the home of Mrs. Alvin Fall, Jr. on Feb. 21 at 2:00 p.m, The meeting opened with the reading of the Club Collect and Flag Salute. 12 members answered roll to "family life in another country". The se- cretary reported the club had cleared $48.06 on the dinner we cooked for the Lamb & Wool School in January. It was decided we would invite three other Extension Home- maker Clubs to our May 16th meeting for the Agent Lesson. The meeting will be at Vivian Ost's. We will also have some other entertaniment by mem- bers of the club. Each mem- ber gave a contribution to the Hospital Fund in memory of Floyd May and Art Lichty. Mrs. John Perdue gave the lesson on "Fibers and Fabrics in Home Furnishings". She showed samples of fabrics for curtains and gave the good and bad points about each one. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Gerald Thompson on March 21st. The roll call will be "Safety". The lesson will be given by Lucy Wiley on "1966 Program". --Reporter. CARD OF THANKS A sincere thanks to my friends and neighbors for the cards, flowers and visits I re- ceived while in the hospital. --Mrs. Vinta (Babe) Butler Ionia, Kansas Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Suchs- land spent Sunday visiting re- latives in Smith Center. of Jewell called Monday, Feb. 20, on his aunt, Mrs. Mattic Metz. Miss Edna Walker was a Tuesday afternoon visitor in the Home. Those calling on Mrs. Oh' anna Thronson last week were her daughters, Mrs. Marie Morris and Mrs. Jessie Grah am, and her son, Mr. Jolm Thronson, and Mrs. Thronson. Mrs. Waunda Donahue xisit ed her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Fiero, Wednesday afternoon. Friday callers of Mrs. Vio- let King were her mother, Mrs. Corn Launchbaugh, and Mrs. Wint Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Millet' came Saturday aftern()[m to see his sister, Mrs. ttattie Love. Mrs. Will Lagergren visited Mrs. Mattie Metz a number at times last week. Miss Alice Ferguson was v Sunday dinner guest of her brother, Mr. John Ferguson, and Mrs. Ferguson. Mrs. Dudley Wood and Kath erin of Red Cloud, Nebr. call- ed Wednesday afternoon on Mr. Charlie Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Carl I.oomis of Glen Elder visited his fa- ther, Mr. Clarence W. 1,oomis. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Loomis, Jr. were Sunday call ers. We received word that Mr. and Mrs. Glem~ Figgins of Red Cloud, Neb.r. ha~e a bab3 daughter, Glenna Sue. Mrs. Fig~ins was the former Peggy Burns. Mrs. Violet King spent Sun day with her mother, Mrs. Corn Launchbaugh, and with her brother, Mr. Merle Launchbaugh, & Mrs. Launch- baugh of Belleville. Mr. Gent~ Barrett of Randall called Friday afternoon on his mother, Mrs. Minnie Barrett. He came to see her again on Sunday. Sunday callers of Mrs. Gert rude Fiero were her daughter, Mrs. Waunda Donahue,and Ann of Mankato and her granddaughter, Mrs. Beth Laflen, of Salina. Father James Hoover held tile Sunday afternoon, Feb. 26 church service at the Home. Flowers were rc('('ived from the John Hunter family. Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mrs. Glen Edwards, Mrs. Don Edwards and Mrs. Tom Sorenson of Hardy spent Tues- day morning with Mrs. Law- rence Bothwell. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Love- well left Thursday with their mobile home For Florida and they will make their home there. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson returned Sunday afternoon af ter spending the winter in Tex- as. They stayed overnight with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Sun- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell were guests at the Nels Sorenson home in Hardy Saturday evening. The occa- sion was in observance of Mrs. Sorenson's hirthda y. Evangelistic Meetings will be held at the Webber Mctho dist Church starting March 6 through March 12. There will Dennis the Menace by Ketcham FOLLOW DENNIS --- SUPPORT YOUR RED CROSS l THURSDAY, MARCH be special music each evening. Each service will start with~30 minutes of gospel hymns. You are invited to come and bring some one with you. Dr. Ray O. Cook, District Superintendent, will be at Web- ber the evening of March 16th for the local Church Confer- ence. There will be a covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. pre ceding the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe at dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. Roe's birth day. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor ol Coneordia and Kaye Taylor and I),'. Bruce tlopkins of Se+ altle, Wash. were guests at the Jess Wilson home Sunday. Funeral services for Allen Mel)owell, who passed away in Lincoln Saturday night, were held at Webber Tuesda5 afternoon. Burial was in the Webber Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith of Boston, Mass. were guests son, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon~ rill and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Wm. Kukenhill ily, other friends and The Terrills arrived at' Friday a.m. and had trip. Mrs. Lettie Korb home Saturday cveningl spending two weeks home of her nephew, Korb, and family Carol Fagen and family Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin and family from Clay and Richard Brook the Curtis Terrill home day. Mrs. Alma Gard Sutliff called on Eva and Aunt Ethel to find Mrs. Terrill badly after so many Mrs. Helen Merrill and Mr. Verner hews from Idaho were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clover Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn of Keith Russell Tuesday and Debbie of Hastings we Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal had lunch with Mr. and Mrs Leslie Jensby Thursday. All Four called on Mr. and Mrs. Orville Meyers at Ruskin in the afternoon. Raymond Carton has been helping remodel the Pilgrim Holiness Church in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kleckner of Superior called on Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Sunday after noon. ner guests of Mr. Claude Boyles on SundaY.. and Mrs. Terry Hall and I ily of Kenesaw, Nebr, in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dun and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred. ham of Jewell were dinner guests of MisS Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. DarUS ningsen were Sunday guests at the Forest home near Bm'r Oak, Mrs. Harry Sufliff Mr. John Kaighin and his father, Mr. Kaighin, of Lexing- ton, Nebr. called on Mr. and Mrs. Everett "Ierrill Tuesday. John plans to come back to his school work March 1st. Glad John has recovered from his car accident at Christmas. Max TerriH of Gaylord spent Monday evening with his par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Terrill. Mr. and Mrs. Max Ter- rill with several other couples are going on a three day vaca- tion in Missouri sponsored by the Insurance Company for the high men. The Terrill chil- dren are spending the time with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jones, at Barnard. Mr. Lowell McNichols and I