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A lt01 PAP DEVOTI Te HOME NEWS VOL. 10i BURR OAK HERALD, BURR OAK, JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS 'THURSDAY, MAR. 3, 1983 Burr Oak Mrs. Forrest Howard Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Silsby of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ohmstede of Guide Rock, Mrs. Garnett Lewis of Red Cloud, and Mrs. Charles Harris attended the funeral services for Collis Lamb at Bucklin Wednesday after- noon. Mrs. Beulah Benbow was a Wednesday afternoon and supper guest of Mrs. Viola Weeks at Cawker City. Mildred Mullins and Edna Masters visited Mrs. Lee Wise in Cawker City Monday afternoon. Mrs. Edna Lee of Hutchin- son was a weekend guest of Mrs. Margaret Aspegren. The Buffalo Travelers Campers Club was host to the Pawnee Pale Face Campers Club at the Burr Oak Com- munity Building Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan McMillan and Bill Yetter entertained the group with old-time music in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch attended the funeral services for Mrs. Ross Wright at Lincoln Tuesday. They were afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown while in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collins, Mrs. Bill Yetter and Richard Canfield attended the Council on Aging at Mankato Thurs- day morning. The Wagon Wheelers Square Dance Club had a dance at the Burr Oak High School gym Thursday eve- ning. There were 15 squares in attendance and Jim Hays of Wichita was the caller. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hillman of Ionia and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hillman and family were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fogo. Lee Ann Gruwen, Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Warner and Randy Warner were Fri- day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ercfl Craven in honor of Leelie's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wood were Thursday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garman, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Decker and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cleve- land returned home Sunday from a four day vacation in Laz Vegas, Nee. Mrs. Mark Remus and Matthew of Beloit were Sat- urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thorup at Smith Center. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Tegiey, Mr. and Mrs. ROy Brandon and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillett were Sunday evening visitors d Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Hawkins at Mankato. Lee Ann Gruwell of Supe- rior spent the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Warner and Randy. Mrs. Richard Frasier, Kevin and Melissa Lawrence of Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Howard were Sunday callers on Mr. and Mrs. Nel- son Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson were Sunday afternoon callers on Jerod Johnson at the Nuckolls County Hospital in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Clegg of Fremont, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clegg of Abilene, Mrs. Thelma Roe and Mrs. Christina Zimmerman of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch, Mrs. Elta Gates, and Mrs. Orville Williams were callers on Mr. and Mrs. Ever- ett Reed the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Beins of Norton and Mrs. V. L. Michael of Mankato were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joy Michael. They were helping Cecile celebrate her 91st birthday. Luann Ferguson of Man- kate and Paul Wilson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson. In the afternoon they all visited Mr. and Mrs. Reed Ferguson at Kensington. Mrs. Edna Lee of Hutchin- son and Mrs. Hazel Korb were Saturday luncheon guests of Mrs. Margaret Aspegren. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yetter and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collins called on Mrs. Millie Sandell at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch visited her brother, Ray Tatum, at the St. Joseph's Hospital in Concordia Satur- day afternoon. They also called on his sister, Mrs. Edith Cook, while in Concordia. Mr. ahd Mrs. Cliff Barnes were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fogo. Mrs. Reeve Hawkins of ' Mankato was a Saturday afternoon caller on Mr. and Mrs. ROy Brandon. Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Gar- man and Mrs. Mark Remus of Beloit had dinner together at the 24-66 Cafe in Beloit Thurs- day. Darin and Gregg Garman and Dusty May were weekend guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Warner and family of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Warner, Randy Warner and Lee Ann Gruwell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Warner of Downs. The occa- sion was in honor of Leslie's and Carl's birthdays. Mrs. Edna Lee of Hutchin- son and Mrs. Margaret Aspe- gren were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gfllett. Mrs. Nelson Harris and Shelly Harris spent Saturday in Hastings where Shelly at- tended a meeting on Girl Scouting. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Remus and Matthew of Beloit, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Parsons and family and Curtis Parsons of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Dan THERE ARE PLENTY OF PLACES TO GO FOR A LOAN. WE THINK OUR BANK IS BEST! We have cash available for loans and we can give you a prompt answer without delay. Naturally we favor any project that works for the betterment of our community. So if you want a fast reply to your request for a loan, we're ready to do business. Stop in anytime. The Burr Oak State Bank Garman and Mr.*and Mrs. Loyde Garman were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Garman. They were cele- brating the birthdays of Ken and Dan Garman. Mrs. Robert Wilson was a Friday afternoon caller on Mrs. Media Whitley, Mrs. Jennie Wilson and Mrs. O. H. Wilson at the LTC in Man- kate. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fogo were Saturday afternoon callers at the Roland Newell home in Esbon. Mrs. Marceline Platt was a Friday afternoon caller at the Roy Brandon home. Mrs. Don Lawrence of Rus- sell was a Sunday visitor of Shelly ~arris. Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Gar- man and Dan Garman had dinner at a care in Kensington Tuesday. Mrs. Hazel Korb accom- panied Mrs. Clare Lamb of Esbon to Wichita Sunday to get Clare Lamb who had been in the Wesley Hospital for tests. NOTICE The Burr Oak American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the high school Mar. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Mary Cobb and Florence Headley will be the hostesses. CONSOLIDATION The school boards of USD #277, Burr Oak, and USD #276, Esbon, have voted to try and consolidate their districts into one larger district. Beth boards have.approved a plan that would arrange a new system in the following man- ner: Both the Burr Oak and absent, we did not have the guess box. Leader Margaret Frasier read a letter inform- ing us of the SRD meeting which will be held at Wichita's Century II on Apr. 15 and 16. Edna Masters shared a news- paper article about the Food and Drug Administration's third warning against using the low-calorie Cambridge Diet or any diet providing less than 800 calories a day with- out medical supervision. Feb. 15 we held a short meeting. We had no queen, and Elizabeth Reece tried for the guess box. The secretary read a thank you note from the Walkers. Members were reminded that election of officers is coming up in March. Northbranch Ida Pugh and Ruth Glover Sunday morning visitors at church were Becky Jeffery and a friend from Wichita and Wanda Zellmer of Burr Oak. Glad the roads have improved and people could get here. Mr. and Mrs. Elgar Parsons spent Saturday and Sunday in Miltonvale and were over- night guests of his brother, Howard Parsons and wife. Everett and Zula Jeffery were hosts to the Bible Study Wednesday afternoon. Thelma Parsons, Esther Jef- fery, and Verda Glover at- tended. Ida Pugh accompanied Fred and Vesta Sanderson to Man- kate Friday. They ate dinner at the Frontier Care in honor of Fred's Saturday birthday (the 85th). After shopping and Esbon attendance centers taking care of income\t~x, would have grades K-5; a they returned to Fred ahd middle school, grades 6-8, Vesta's home and were joined would be located at Esbon; and a high school, grades 9-12, would be located in Burr Oak. This plan will be presented to the Kansas State Board of Education. If it gains their approval, it will then be voted on by the citizens of both districts. TOWN TEAM TOURNEY This week, on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Satur- day evenings, the town bas- ketball team is hosting a tournament in the Burr Oak School gymnasium. The teams invited include Esbon, Downs, Randall, Glen Elder, Lebanon, Courtland, Beloit, and the host, Burr Oak. The profits will be donated to the boy's and girl's summer ball teams and towards the upkeep of the field this sum- mer. For times of the games, see last week's paper for the bracket. Concessions will be served. Help support the young people of the community and the town basketball team by attending this tournamentl TOPS CLUB NEWS At our meeting Feb. 22, Winifred Mc~ichols chose prizes for being both queen of the week and queen of the month. Since Vivian Reed was Dr. J. M. Aademm OPTOMETRIST OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday 9:00.$:00 120 N. Commercial Mankato, Kansas Phone 378-3220 by Beulah Benbow and Esther Jeffery who came to enjoy pie and ice cream with them. Mary Snyder spent the past week in the home of her daughter, Rhonda Smith and husband, Brian, to help care for the new baby, Logan. Lester and Laura went aRer her Friday and they all turned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Vndan Win~ low went to Peuro~, Colo.. to spend a few days vlaMng LaJuanta's aunt who has not been Friday evening, Eldon 1~zh and one dhb ~ from Bolleville came by amd ate supper with Eldon'8 mother, Ida. They were ou the way to a sale at Red Cloud. Saturday afternoon Evelyn Harris and Ida Pugh called on Martha Harris and Edith Fol- get at the Sprague Nursing Home in Red Cloud. Earl and LaVeta Winslow visited over the weekend in Concordia at the home of their daughter, Cindy Kuhn and husband, Ron, and their daughters. Sunday afternoon callers at the Nathan Winslow home were Dan and Vycke Garman, Lester and Mary Snyder, Ida Pugh, and John and Erma Dillon. Mr. and Mrb. Curtis Jeffery wer~ in i T.opeka over the weekend t~., visit Marilyn's aunt, Mrs. :.Clyde Radford. Evelyn and Jerry Harris attended th.e 'funeral service Monday, Feb. 28, for Bill Pruden : in:, the Methodist Church in Cowles, Nebr. He was the husband of Rose (Harris) Pruden. Burial was in the Highland Cemetery. Special Revival Services We're just as close as your telephone with information concerning any question you have on insurance and would consider it a privilege to be helpful. Try iU ABEL INSURANCE AGENCY Burr Oak, Kansas 66936 are to be held here in the Northbranch Church next Thursday, Mar. 3, through Sunday, Mar. 6. Glen McNeil, who is a teacher at Friends Bible College, Haviland, will be the speaker. Services will begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, and the Sunday morning ser- vice at 11:00 a.m. Everyone welcome! Next Sunday afternoon, Mar. 6, an Area Rally will be held at the Belleville Friends Church beginning at 4:00 p.m. Guest speaker will be Benny Mevey. Take sandwiches and salad or dessert for the 5:30 lunch. Olive Hill Mrs. Loule Hasemeyer, Jr. The C.W.C. Club met at the home of Mrs. Woodrow Wil- son Wednesday afternoon. Ernest Kroeger, Byron, father of Mrs. Roger Roe, passed away Friday evening en route to the Republic County Hospital, Belleville. Funeral services were held Monday morning at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Byron. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hyde, Dianna, Sheila and Terry, Superior, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau, Stanley, Susan and David. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schus- ter were Wednesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schuster, Kelli, Matthew and Meggin to honor Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster on their wedding anniversary. Mrs. Ralph Dye visited Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Lavina Clark, Juniata. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau and family, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hyde, Dianna, Shells and Terry, Superior, were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kim- minau and family near Man- kate. Pastor and Mr~ Gone Little and Seam, Pastor and Mrs. Jim German, Formoso, at- tended Village Missionary get4o~ at the home of Pastor Tim and Bonnie Goold, 8esCtnflle, Mouday. Mrs. ~ Roe was a Sun- day dinner and afternoon gust d Mr. ud Mrs. Rex Hmzlrlek and Sherry near Jmvdl. Sunday dinner gu~ta of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau and family were Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hyde, Diatom, Sheila and Terry, Superior, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kimminau of Guide Rock. Pastor and Mrs. Clinton Ferguson and Ranae, Burr Oak, were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and Michelle. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bishop and DaNice, Bladen, were Saturday evening supper guests of Mrs. Bertha Bishop. Several from this commun- ity attended the funeral of Ernest Kroeger at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Byron, Monday morning. He was the father of Mrs. Roger Roe. Callers the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andrews and Bill were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reece, M~n- kato, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fricke, Hastings, and Mrs. Keith Barry, Philip and Blake, Ruskin. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Moh- i il II i HARRIS ACCOUNTING SERVICE Income Tax and Small Business Accounting SHELLY it. HARRIS Sl7.1461 or SIT-U02 ler, Pastor and Mrs. Art Taylor, Kearney, were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Peck. The Bible Study Ladies met at the Superior Manor Thurs- day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and Michelle visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Woerner near Superior. Kevin Knoell, Superior, is a new resident of this commun- ity, living in the rental prop- erty of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer, Jr. Kevin is em- ployed by Alexander Motors, Inc., Superior. (Last Week's Items) A Bible study ladies group met at the Superior Manor Thursday morning and The Friendship ..~ Bible Coffee members met at the home o( Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blaclmtono Thursday eve~lg. Mr. and Mm. Harold Mohler, Formo~, w~e Friday visitors~ at the home ~r Mr. and Mrs Vermm~Mohlor. Mrs. Bill An. chews was a Saturday caller in the Mohl~ home. Mrs. Roger Roe Was a patient at the Jewell County Hospital, Mankato, Monday through Thursday. ~ -' Mrs. Mitchie Woerner, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Woerner and Mr. and ,Mrs. Terry Mc- Cutcheon visited Mrs. Bill 'Wilson aind baby daughter, 'Slumda L inn, at the Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings, Thursday. Shonda Lian was horn Feb. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey visited Mrs. Ella Summers, Superior, Friday afternoon. Dwayne Cockroft, Washington, was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schoater. Kimberly Harris, Burr Oak, Jolm and Angela. Activities for young people were held in the Olive Hill Church basement Saturday even~. ASTHMA OFTEN IS ENIGMATIC It is incurable but seldom fatal. It has been identified as a specific disease for cen- turies and it is the most common chronic disease of childhood. More than 7.5 mil- lion days of school are missed each year because of this lung disease. Some parents see asthma as a little cough their children have at night or after heavy exercise. But others know asthma as frightening sessions when ,their children gasp and wheeze. Those are terrifying episodes, punctuated by ex- pensive trips to the emer- gency room. "A lot is known about controlling the disease," said Dr. Bruce Pfuetze, Overland Park, author of a new book on childhood asthma. "But asthma afflicts individuals dif- ferently. Physicians must determine exactly what brings on an asthma episode for each individual. Then they can determine the best way to control the disease." "Asthma: A Matter of Con- trol" was written for parents who desire a deeper under- standing of the disease. It was published by the American Lung Association of Kansas (ALA/K) through a grant from Parke-Davis. Dr. Pfu- etze is the state medical advisor for Super Breathers, a family asthma program spon- sored in several Kansas corn- munities by ALA/K. One of the physicians face asthma is the elegy that still "It still is a belief that asthma have a logical problem caused the notion is emotions can trigger sode in few others might tional problems as suffering a chroniC said. Such a misbelief is ! the parents fail the physician t~ asthma, thinking is "all in the head." "We do not know t of asthma. We be the result of s balance of the air~ mechanisms that herited or imbalance ways abnormally heavy exercise, lergies, irritants, emotions," said Dr. The 24-page scribes the why asthma can sons differently, and how asthma trolled. The an appendix on cations, how they some common sid{ The booklet is dividuals who American Lung Kansas at Box 66604. Record Fast visited her great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Hudiburgh, while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris, were on a vacation trip a few days the past week. Janice Ha~meyer was a Saturday evening guest of Michael and JuUe Stricldand. Harold Hasemeyer, brother Louie Haasmeyer, st., was dismissed from the Mary Lanning Hospital; Hastings, Tuesday after having surgery there Saturday. He is getting along satisfactorily. Robert Fralder is a resident o( the Good' Sanu~tan Center, Sup~or. Mrs. Fruier makes mgukr trips to the center to v~lt him. Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Hudiburgh and Pearl Loudermilk ac- ~,Mr. and Mrs. Glmm Superior, to Cloud Tuesday where they at~ the ~1 ~ Neff Harris, who resided in tim N~~ c~mm~. Mr. aM Mrs. Mark ~e, Blue Hill, wa'e Monday visitors at the homa o~ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimmionu, Stanlay, Stoma and David. Mrs. Verla Roe took dUm r to the luxne d Mr. and Mrs. ~r ROe, John and ~ela ~tmday/ PastOr and ~, /u't Taylor, Kmruey, and MerM Waster were Sunday dinner guests 0~ Mr. and Mrs. Vernon M~r. Mr. and ,Mrs. ' Mltchle Woerner and Mlchelle. Carmen Hamm~, Shaue and Krystsl McCutcheon, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Coekr~t and family, Wasbington, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Coekroft and sons, Esbon, and Mrs. Blanche Pennm" were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Colu'ofl, Man~ato. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye visited Mr. and Mrs. Geno Danehay, Blue Hill, Friday. Mrs. John Rogers and Eric took dinner to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louie sr.,ThurMay and later the home d Mr. and Mrs. ~m~er, Jr, Pastor and Mrs. and &~ott hosted a rty for 8~n On !~ fifth birth, y Tummy m~in wm~ Mr. and Mrs. Blackatone, Fhfl~y, Chris and Amy, Mr. and Mrs. Vm Sto~, Mr. TUMBLEWEED BAR HOURS: 4:00 P.M, to Midnight - Monday through Friday. Noon to Midnight - Satm~lay. Exercise's Effect On BloOd There's good news and bad according to news for men who run long scientists. distances or get other types already have the of heavy exercise, high HDL2 First, the good news: exercise may Exercising regularly and vigor- be as ously increases a man's ability How ever, to break down and clear fat HDL2 levels from his plasma (the cell- the risk of free liquid portion of unco- quickly rises. Dr. agulated blood), said Josef it's good that R. Patsch, M.D., research are exercising, asaoeiate professor of medicine at Baylor College of Medi- cine in Houston. Exercise i raises the blood's level of the fat-breakdown product called HDL2, which may pro- tect against coronary heart disease. The bad news is that if a runner stops running for as little as three weeks, his blood plasma may become "milky" with fat after each meal, his HDL2 level may decline and his" risk of heart : disease may. inc~rease, Dr. Patsch t;epoi;ted at a recent Josef It. American Heart Association difficult to start meeting. ' pause, when it His results suggest that them most men should stay physically An active. If they quit working skier, Dr. out, this particular benefit quickly disappears. "Exercise medical should not be used as a medi- site of the 1! cation taken only when you Winter feel you need it," he said. moved to "Exercise and adherence to a he had to prudent diet should be life- says he now long habits." 20 miles and What about women? Pre- about six ho~ menopausal women have but admits HDL2 levels roughly three to keep up" times higher than men, because he's so QUALITY DRAPERY :Custom Draperies ~mm, O~m W~vm, Slmm~ PrU~ U~ mi k md~ Order 10,000 Yards In Stod shoe Call 587-3151 Main Street - Bun Oak, HOURS--Closed Monday Tussday-Friday I0-S; Saturday