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MARCH 9, 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, I IANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B Mrl. Forrest Howard Masters spent from until Sunday in the home. She was tile spring vacation the Beloit Higb School, and Mrs. Keith Morris were Sunday even- of Mr. and Mrs. !Morris and family. and Mrs. Luther Wilson Wilson were Tues- guests of Mrs. Lau- of Guide Rock. Floyd Dunstan and Mrs. were callers at Van Schoiack home Past week. Redden and Mrs. Ethel were Thursday after- Callers on Mrs. Ollie at the ,fake MeDonnel and Mrs. Lee Hillery Lillian, May Myers, Mrs. Hancock and Howard Jones, l,illian Oglevie, Powell, Mrs. Carold Schoiack and Mr. and Loren Fogo and Wayne to Gaylord, Kans. on to hear a mission- Crenshaw, from and Mrs. Jay Beale and Were Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde and family. Lela Dillon and Wilma Itelen McNichols and Verner Matthews Eugene Glover Smuck were Sun- dinner guests of Mr. and Lowell McNichols and in honor of Doug's 18th Don Arnett was an caller. Mrs. Merlin Alexan- Lad girls of Esbon, Mrs. Wilson of Lebanon and and Mrs. Elmer Alexan- Sunday dinner guests and Mrs. Glenn Kindler of Virginia's birthday. and Mrs. Claron Paxson were Sunday dinner of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. at the Buffalo Roam House in Mankato. and Mrs. Glenn Bennett Monday afternoon callers John Beam home in and Mrs. Oscar Newlin were Sunday even- ViSitors of Mrs. May Bait- 8. Mamie Mullin attended gathering in honor of anniversary of Mr. R. A. Broyles at on Sunday. Charles Potter of Piqua, Mrs. Bob Nealy of Elida, and Mrs, Johq Shannon sburg, Tenn, came on to viMt ha the: Clark home. Mr. Potter is of Mrs. Cola- and Mrs. David Dem- Were Sunday dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Formosa. and Mrs. Raymond Gar- of Webber were Sunday af callers of Mr. and l~erry England. and Mrs. Richard Fra- and family were Sunday callers on Mrs. Mar- Frasier of Formosa. Harve Decker was a afternoon visitor of Stanton. and Mrs. Earl Garman were Sunday even- of Mr. and Mrs. (larman and family. A. T. Thompson returned Saturday after spending Ist five days in the Belle- )ital. ,and Mrs. Delbert Under- and boys and Johnny were Sunday dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Roy family of Superior. and Mrs. John Gates Wednesday in Pawnee and Mrs. Gus Bernard Nebr. came Sun- a few days in Harris home. and Mrs. Fielden Fig- lnd Mr. and Mrs. Roy were Sunday visitors home of Mr. and Mrs. Childers and family. and Mrs. Lynn Harris afternoon visitors and Mrs. Mack Harris. and Mrs, Bill Kiehl and ~ere Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tyler and Vicky0 Mrs. Cecil Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur and family, Mr. and Howell and family, Mrs. Albert Schneid- and Barbara. Mr. 13unn and Mrs. Opal were Sunday dinner of Mrs. Barbara How- occasion being for the and February birth- Mrs. Ehel Hanson and of Mankato were ev- allers. Masters, Mrs. Mrs. Lettte MuMns and visited Mrs. Vi- da Burkholder at the Sprague Rest Home in Red Cloud on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bowman and Judy of l,ebanon were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Avi- son and Shirley were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siebert. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Plot cher and family of Mankato were Saturday dinner guests ;of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris and family. Mrs. Ollie Moon and Mr. and Mrs. Derald Decker and Cher- yl were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul. Richard Brook, Linda Vader and Itenry Garman were Sun day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. l.nyde Garman and fam- ily. Curtis Smullins, Rhonda and I{an(ly Bailey were after Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woer [shall and Mr'. and Mrs. Char- 'net and Arnold were Sunday [ les Marshall of Superior were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I'rhm,sday evening visitors at Arthur Cockroft and lanier. [the Clark Calahan home. Mr. and Mrs. Perry England, I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Franco Ernest Porter home near Le- banon. Ardean Wilson of Lodge Grass, Mont. is spenlting his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hesting and family were Stmday after- ,noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Underwood and family. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Oldfield and Mrs. Ona Williams0n spent Sunday in the John Malone home at Blaine, Kans. Mr'. and Mrs. Guy Oldfield and family of Lawrence were also pres(,nt. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shott and Mr. and Mrs. lake Me Donnel spent Thursday in Os- borne on business. Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Hawk- ins visited Mrs. Etta Foster at the hospital in Concordia on Saturday. They also visited at the Spinning Wheel Antique Shop in Glaseo. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Thomp- son and Vieky Moon of Man- kato M-4 and Mrs. Gary Hel- I vey 'and family of Florida, :Saturday for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Garold Ohm- stede and girls of Guide Rock were Sunday evening visitors at the tlenry Iteskett home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag were Thursday evening visitors ()1' Mr. and Mrs. Curt Terrill and family. Mr'. and Mrs. Cleo Morris and family were Tuesday sup- per ffjit,Ms of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bird and family. Mrs. Goldie Broyles of Su perior was a Sunday evening visitor of Mrs. Mature Mullin. Mr'. and Mrs. Arthur Cock- raft and ,lanier spent Saturday! in Itastings shopping. Mrs. Marie Everson and boys were Saturday supper guests nf Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Pixler in honor of Lynn's 14th hirthday. Effie Burgess of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Benbow, Charles Harris, Nelson Harris and Mrs. G. R. Alsobrooks were caller's at the Mack Hat- DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE FOR ADULTS VFW Ilall at Mankato MARCH 13-14 1-5 p.m. and 7-11 p.m. each day Sponsored By JEWELL COUNTY FARM BUREAU Flomeless Electric Dishwa hing is a clean break with the pa a health-wise mother buy an NO PRE-RINSING--Just scrape off excess food... put dishes right into ille di,,llwaf, her. SANITIZES-- Water hotter and detergents 5trongc, r than hands can stand wash dishes hygieniccllly clean. Family health requires this safeguard. DRIES SPARKLING CLEAN--Automatic drying puts a gleam in your glassware . . . no lint or fingerprints. POTS 'N PANS--Strong hot water iet action cleans even pots and pans yet is safe for good china and delicate glassware. SAVE AN HOUR A DAY OR MORE--You're free forever from dishwashing drudgery, free to spend more time with your fam- ily or tend to other important chores. SEE YOUR APPLIANCE DEALER TODAY! .@ WESTERN POWER & gAS COMPANY I ris home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson and Ardean Wilson spent Sun- day in the Gerry Wilson home in Grand Island, Nehr. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan and their house guests from Ohio were Saturday morning callers at the home of Mrs. Ona Williamson. Mrs. l,yle ,leffcry and 1)('1) bie, Mrs. ltomer L. Grubbs and Mr. and Mrs. ,lake Me Donnel spent Monday in Has- tings. Henry Garman and Mr. and Mrs. l,nyde G;u'man and faro ily were Friday evening visit- ors o[ Mr. and Mrs. tlarnld Bailey and family. Craig Jeffel'y was a Sullday visitor of Kelley McNichols. Mr. and Mrs. Ray itaecker and Jill and Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cosand and Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Norville Marshall of Superior', Mr. and Mrs. Arch Marshall of Kensington, Carol Cosand and Rick Kwatcher of Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. George Co- sand, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Co sand and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Korb, Hing and th,ather, Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Mohler and Mr. and Mrs. Max I.ewis and Allen were Sunday dinner guests at tire Clark Calahan home. The dinner was in honor of their house guests from Ohio. Mr'. and Mrs. Perry England were Wednesday evening vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Rev. (1. R. Als()brooks re- turned home Tuesday from the St. ,h)seph's |tosl)ital in Coneordia. tie had surgery and had spent the past two weeks there. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Enghmd were Wednesday evening vis- itors at the Clarence Maag home. CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank all nay i friends, relatives and neigh bars for tim cards, letters, and :visits while 1 was in the h()s ; pital and since returning bonle. -- Charles Itarris. Affluence And Poverty - Part II Mrs. Charles Kramer, Presi- dent ol' the Women's Society of World Service, called the Mar. list meet ng to order Follow- ii I I III; FOR MAXIMUM RETURN INSURED SAFETY COMPLETE & CONVENIENT SERVICE FOR YOUR SAVINGS DOLLARS 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 III Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 Maakato, Kansas i ing the business session, the eight members, their guest, Mrs. Margaret Frasier of Je- well, and the Reverend Mr. Paul Life were ready for the afternoon program. Mrs. Sue Green was the leader. With Mrs. Paul Life at the piano, all sang the first and fourth verses of the hymn, "Gud Will Take Care Of You." Mrs. (]reen allnouneed that the to pie for study was the first word in the phrase, "Affluence And Poverty". She defined "affluenc.e" and then offered ia prayer. Mrs. Ruth Colson used Matthew 22:37 4(1 as the foundation for her answer to tile question, "tlow Am l 'Neighbor'?" Tbose present joined in a gelu'ral discussion. Mrs. Charles Kranwr describ- t'(t illTJllt,nie ~111(t I)oVi'l'ty ill thing Kong. She explained that whenever "affluence" is men tioned, sooner or later, 'pover- ty" must be considered. The regular monthly offering was received. Mrs. Paul Life gave the Benediction. Mrs. Charles Kramer was the lmstess. Every one enjoyed the delicious lunch which she served after a Prayer of 'rhatd