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,/ .I PAGE 6B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS THUR~ MARCH I I ternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benbow I She'll enjoy cards and letters sented Erving township at tile |r I I[ I Mr. and Mrs Wayne Wilson, I at the t~ufl'alo Roam Steak I from her many friends who spelling contest and track meet I f ll I ~ I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson lHousc in Mankato. l are wishing her a speedy re- at Dentonia Friday.'Miss Vera mrs" Pl" rol h I Mrs. Vachel ~.r"awrora " I Mr ...... and Mrs Frederick Thorn-I Scv(.r'd of the neighbors l covery Good luck, Debbie .... Griffith and pupils of Odt,ss.~ I, a d Bol well [ [ as and Mr. and M,'s. l)ar,'elt [helped Mr. and Mrs. Carl] We were happy to have Edna and Miss Evelyn Dengerink [ Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ross| Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field, fReed and Dennis took homelSmall move to their home inlKattenberg and Gladys Heller and the Dentonia pupils ~ere] of Goodland, Sans. are the] .Jr., Mrs. Minnie Stafford and lmade ice cream and calte to lRed Cloud Sunday. They had|back at Sunday School again representing Odessa Township. I parents of a baby girl born J Mrs. Lyle Doxon drove to lMrs. Bernice Reed's home in I lived on their farm the past lafter both recovering from re- There were 30 pupils present. I Feb. 27. She weighed 7 lbs. 13| 3cutt City Saturday morning|Superior Friday evening lo]20 years. We were sorry to see|cent surgery. A pot luck dinner was served] OZS. and has been named Lez-land spent Saturday and Sun-|help her celehrate her birth ] he, le ve as they were our I Master K(v n Ad; ms of at noon. ( lie Annette. |,lay with Mr. anti Mrs. Earl l day. lclosest neighbors" but wish/Smith Center is visiting his A big truck from Cawkerl | Mrs. Elleanor Crispin, who| Stafford and family | Mrs. Pleasant Woerner of ] them the xery best in their I grandma, Mayme Reinert, for C ty took cart e to K~ ns; s Cil.~ I ! has been visi|ing relatives in| Mr. and Mrs. Keith Oelkers [Superior was a guest Thursday Incw home. " l a while for Henry Keller and George| fRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY | Minnesota, returned home last | of Belle Plain, and Mr. and [ of Mrs. Paul Rathbun. ] Mrs. Vadcn Davis and Mrs. ] We received a telephone call Griffith last week. ] , mankato Tuesday | Mrs. Myron Stary of Clifton[ Several from this vicinity at [Edward Shute helped A. J.]from our son Mark Monday Little Pauline Clark sl)ent a[ MARCIt 10 - 11 - 12| The Women's Society met at~were Sunday dinner guests of|tended the funeral of Mr. Allen] Vhwer mine Io another houselevening from'Fort George (~. few days last week with h(q'[ the church last Wednesday af ]Mr. an(1 Mrs Fred Oelkers. |McI)owell in Webber Tucsd, v]in Red Cloud Thursday. ]Meade Marvhmd fie was grandparents. M,' a lc ~Vh'.~. I Starting at 7:30 | ternoon. Mrs. Max Crispin and[ Marie, Gt:cg and Brenda|afternoon. " ) Mrs. A)fiia llooton was hos-[moved' from ~Fort Jackson S John Ritter. [ Mrs. Sam Behrends were the| Reece spent a weekend recent I Mrs Marvin Webbl'r and|tess t,, Union W.S.W.S. last/c un there last weekend hyI'll try and put ira a few[ p.m. hostesses. Mrs. Myron Inter-|ly with their parents. Mr. and |her mother, Mrs. Ellean(,r] Wednesday. There were eight ~bus "He is getting advanced mort, next week. No,'a writesl . NEVER A Nh--W!ll' mill was program leader. | Vh's. t, ewis Reece. Lois and I Crispin, went to Beh,it Tues [members 'present. Mrs. Ed-[trainin~ in heavv eouimnent she is quite well but hotheredl THEB~. WAS ALWAYS A MAN...THERE Mrs. Alta Renschler, who|Patricia. Greg spent a week|day to ,attend a shower for ]ward Shute and Mrs. Ernest[He sa~'d he's 1,5" miles from with arthritis and doesn't get[ has been s.aying at the home | with his grandparents. [ Carmen l)iane Webber, daugh ] Blaltner concluded the two[wasl~in~ton "D 'C The camn far from home. She'd hoped tol J/ of her son,. George.. in SuperiorL | Mrs. Guy Robbins entertain ICe,' of Mr. and Mrs.. Dun Web [part less(,,, i)n "Affh, ence and/is ...... located between Washington, come to Kansas this sum,net [ ~ ~~'~1~~~k _ ....^mr~hefW~ati.. ':'!k~/'tl WaL:,, ' since she was dlsmissed from I.'d the Douhh' Six Club in her Iber. [l'o\erty -- Dilemma to Chris-[D C and Baltimore Md It but is afraid it wouldn't I)c] What the hospital recently, returned/ho,ne on Wednesday afternoon.] Mrs. Myron Intermnl and I tians" The interior decnrating]w ,s 'old there with 'snow" on quite wise as she might gelI to her home in Webber Thurs [ fhen on Thursday slat, enter- [ Mrs. Paul Rathbu,~ attended [ of the church was discussed. [ the" ground and stillsnowing ill. I believe Nora celebrated a [ day. I tained the Sunflower Club. ]the Centennial Belles TuesdaY llI will be sturted this week. ] Ale James L Bartlev son birthday March 1st in" there/ Mrs. Virgil Peterson, Mrs | Mr. and Mrs. Lee I)avidsonI evening given at the City Aud, lLunch was se.,.ved at the dose/of Leland Bartieys recently abouts. Anyhow Happy Birth I Glen Edwards and Mrs: Donlor Beaver Crossing were week-J,tor,um m Super,or. . . I(,r ,hi, arwrn,,on. The Apr,)]madea rating. He is in Maine day, Nora, even if it is law [ / ~IB~//B~ ""/ mawaros ol harpy spent Fr, [ mad guests of Mr. and Mrs. | Mr. and Mrs. 'ro,n ~vJcKc lmeeting will be at the Delhert/in fhP Air Force She enjoys reading the Record/ Mr and Mrs Clarence 'rune J "'- - ' ...... yth]corps. _,, day morning with Mrs. aw-lEugene Dunstan and children, lown accompamed Mr. andFl{ird hi,m, ,,.ill, Mrs. Ral0h[ M an~ Mzs Don Whelchel as she gets news no one writes[ ~ ";~ 8ha/~ rence Bothwell | (alle,'s in the r ,,,nat, on Sul I Mrs Cliff McKeown of Sup(',' ]ltooton as lt, sson k.ader 1.. r. "o ". ....... c,'., her ..... / ? " " ' . ' '. ..... lvlr.ano Mrs. WIIDUF uoert, Mr. and Mrs Dale Crispin [daywere Mr and Mrs. Ed|lor to Lm(oln Sunday where/ Mr ,nd M,'s E~d,,n Thonm /Mr nd Mrs Warren Nebel~ Nora and her hushan(l I,., { ' . , ' " ' ' . a ,'. " , " ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Olhe Crispin /Bauer and famdy of Norway,| they visited Mrs lxhlh S ruth l son of I ehanon and Mr and~ ....... lived just north of Dentoni't~ .~i. nd Mrs Flo d Sisson ' " " " " h ~ n ' " lv~r. ano wws. ooe r~elnert at- " ' Mr, a Y " '/Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elk,ns. I Mrs. Violet Gra am ', d [ Mrs. Eustace Bean were st, p-[ .... a,~a . M w ,, s........ a I when we came hei'e in 19,1. ] Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson. Mr. lJr. and family of Mankato. [Mrs. Anna Grahan, of Super ]per guests Thursday at the/~eet"inaat'~oncVordia~'~u'es~a~,' and she was an active worker ] and Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mrs.[ Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sheahanlior Mr and Mrs. Don Gra-[Rnbt, rt Thomnson hme ] . ~' . . , " .~ c~a,~,,., c,t ..... t'( re,my/ Elieanor Crispin. Wylie Kirk [were dinner guests on SundaY[ham and l~arba,'a nf Cou,'t ] Frid',y eve';ring a coveredlcven'ng'.,Anfee~;~,~Stl~'~tia 'y"ear'~?un't;'l thc;'n','ov'ed to Cai-/ "-~ patrick and Mrs Violet, 'sGra |ur M,.. and Mrs. Richard Slat,,, Iland. Mr. and Mrs Staaley I. I, 1 u.,t, oa w',s,, enjoyed. . " hY/t'at'K" tnIs Onareameanoa.r.ne saioP' u 'g" ,you ifor;ia, where l ou, ,,)ass((.. [ ">':: :" " ham were droner mwst. o /ban and fam,ly. They alsolVan Meter and Mr. and Mrs. la lurge crowd at Union Chapel.]...,, ..... **. f ..... a ....awav several years alto. I be-J Mrs. Anna Graham in Superior I helped their granddaughter. I Ivan Van Meter and family This was in honor of Rev Earl/':=',,,;m;=o:;'=,o=mm:a ,,eva ..o ,,oa .., ThUrsday ] vl'm,'een celebrate her 6th] were Sunday dinner guests o'| Enveart's son Kent who is on ] s .. ' . ,s p .__ ;.s - ~,,ilt tt;e rock house tim, then[ nd Mrs Fredrick The .~ ' " . , " , " ', ' ' . oetter start mowng mwara ~,u , Mr.a . -Ih,,thday. IMr. andMrs' DaleCr'sp'n' la 3(1 day turk,ugh from Vtet[o.,,,~o,;,,,. i, .... ;,qna immodi lived in and it still stands II mas, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wil I Jon Paul fioel had to missl Kenny Heitman and Tom I Nam. The Fellowship Hour fol-| "."'; .... -" -"';"~'"~,'~.~'~'..~,, ~ I hooe mv history is correcl [ son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wil-lseveral days of school due tolRathbun went to Lexington, lh,wed the luncheon.[ate,y:.~u/st ~eCaUw,. andtl~'in'~sl ()dessa Aid ~ill meet witt.[ rns OtaMrae k eOeSnde Mgu i' /, ckness Ust week. INn 'edSatV dclYi , ti" :ht iv' I M,.. and Mrs 2ohn Htajno ], getter themselves [Maude Keller this ThursdayI " ' '" / The Chesebro Club met with Ite ' ' g. I were Sunuay din er gut' t . ............... ' I afternoon ~t(al:er~ed:(~ a~a~t:r flO;meMr~[Gladys tiigbee on Thursdaylstock JUdn~,ngviC~aS~eith Me Iher parent~. Mr. a,~d Mrs./?u~ref:;eftatt~;~2mgestYa~2~;~] Mr. and Mrs. Clareneel ohn Fors ern |afternoon with 11 membersl Mr. a . -[Charley Underwood, at r.snon, l,~...... ,,, ,,, ~ ....... n~,w-lYoun,* ~na Becl,;,: and Mr andl Superior Friday evening. I and three guests present The I Keown and family were Sun-I Mr and Mrs Vernon Noller/~'"." ""~;'--~, "~" ";'-" ". ~_"_ I .... ,%".__~. ..... ". ..... d -.:" ..... a l Evan,,elistic Services are be I .... , ", I. dinn-r -uests at the Wade I . . '. . " , . .~ I prise ano also weeoom o~ re- I mrs. henry ~attenuerg ws~eu I -lafternoon was spent visiting, loaye g .' ' ' Io/ F, snon, [Vlr. anfl Nlrs. t~aryl ..... ....S ','~dlDebr';- CI',H. '~+ Hastin,*s Sun-I ins held at the Methodist|4uilt bh,cks were handed out[Bauer home in Clay Center. ]Noller and family of ey use ,"2 .... .... ~'" I ~h~vr'C~il~Y T:ib::hatr~s" Tte:kc I t,:'~v'cl~a2e:?:be; t';;e,h:',d ~1 ofM;i2'ntd'PM;i:, D~lan~'H':;;:~ I ~;'~'.dx;M;i:a I is special music each evening.[nite lunch was served by the[Tuesday and Wednesday at the[Mrs Clarence Meyer nf Len-[ ...... ' , 1 Y ' g ' " ' I co,,it Va e a student t/hostess Next meetm wi" beIMarvin Wehher home lexa Karts Mr and Mrs. Al-/2n.L t 2 922.2nn e2' LoL l''' Wbur ,s pT,tty ........... co.e .......pert having ust ce,eora e, nls homore Nebraska Wesleyan Unlvermty |in two weeks with Mrs. Mabel | Terry Zeigler of Superior |fred Andersen. Mr. and Mrs.[ nei-hbor if he's being crowdedl 77th birthda [ ~~s.a_,~.~ in Lincoln, spent the weekend | lVlcMillan. I visited Tom Rathbun Sunday I Gee. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. ] outg'because of unfair business t ..... Y; . ~., ] ~h A~VS orient a~ at her home in Webber. | Mrs Oscar Meiers of Lin.|afternoon. ILennard Meyer of Mankato,/ .. ~ . . , . ! rnls ~aturoay evening tne]~~itY Ch=0~. pract,ces ano costs go, ng up , , W W Gunn ~" ~ .... " , - " ' ' annual Westbranch Card L art,' Mr and Mrs , M,s Vaden I)aws Jr and .... . "... |coin, Karts. was a caller at [ Several from this vicinit.,, at I ..... /and prices down Let's bargain I .............. " I ~e'cently been .aPP~f were supper.,.guests at me|the home of Mr. and Mrs. ]tended the 4-H meeting in ]Cindy. Mr. and Mrs. HenrY/collectively and 'get a fair pro-|:;no2: n;i~o,atc ~:uu p.m. ~v-]l~l aclcr for her ~L ~..arvin w~c~m nome in t~e,e-|Robert ttowland on Friday. [Webber Wednesday evening. I Gibbs called at the CharmY[fit If farmers are getting al y ~ " [ tl~. d Mrs. Bud~ority. .,~ '/'~/~r:la~;n~2y2v?;:gh;,m re ~ Mrs. Clyde Bean and Mrs. ] Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin I~/?'t'h~m;;';g~r:'e~ke]'pS;V~;1J fair price they're big spenders, ]2nd Gr,de--~row~ie7 I ' ' ' ' . ~-'- - ." ...... / ,ira Zipse spent the weekendlwere Thursday dinner guests of l " - ' '/~,,,, ,';,~h' n .... *h,~ -nrest i,I ~g .ty_:n~?e;~ ~ur.ne.a to her, nome ,n. weoo.e | with relatives in Wichita. I Mrs. Anna Graham in Super-I Love l,msh p,ck,ng his corn/runnin,* hi,*h A wheat meeting I . -~- . . . [ ~'sity of.~*l~ la~ weanesoay even ng She/ ......... lior I Tuesday afternoon I . .~ ". ~ ". .. I The 2na ura~e ~rowmes. I ~=a t, ..... Mtina at th,, Glenn/ ~m'. and ~w,'s. r~rnest r, rayeI I " " . /at ,,real t~ene ~s anomer ex-I ........... ~ ~tc.di.~o'~i "~'~.~."%, ...... - ~ " l of Mullen Nehr ate dinner l Mr. and Mrs. Erick Heit,nan [ Mr. and Mrs. B. M. FoutZ[amp]e You're not satisfied, i ~.roop ,m. me~ Lv~arcn u..m]~nm~;4 l'l~te home at ~uper,or; [and s~'ent' the al:ternoun with l were Sunday afternoon callerslleft Sunday for Sperry, Okla.| Let's 'work together through Itl~e scnoo~nouse, we toOK tne I ~'adet.~e~llTli~ =r: ano iv, rs. ham l:nom.aS/Mr ~:ad Mrs Vachel Craw-Ion Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mar-It,i ..,.nd memorial services|the National Famer's Organi-I.Brwmes to v,s]t the el,. w,!'s. ]~%y'~l~()+C P1 are the parents ot a Daoy girt I ", . .. " ..... I ... -r" -" Br" on I for Mrs Foutz's step brother, / ........ e tviurray snowea me urowmes I born Sunday. Mrs. Car,'ieJfr on Frmay~ ;lndmen a~;; iqu-~"~ . IRiehard'Sterling The services[~.~ntinsanwdeg;toS?tm~ngan~:;;'lthrough the quarters for bothlI ~preciate theigram. Thomas is staying with the|nn mey au a e o ... "1 Iwe~,e observed "Monday Mr [ e .... g g- - '!the men and women and toldlth h~ C~e ~ will serV~'~l~ . Max t~erry ant~ boys. rney our cnnaren may see me aay . . , ~;, ~a-nY_!~l~ cipher children while Mrs The-l_ . .. : ....... III__LI__J I lc. ,,~'s w 'e' a(t young chil / ................ lus something ahout ,t. The, ' spent J~rlaay nlgnt WILl1 mr. ' ' ' ' - wnen mey ii gO llUIlgIy, lilt" t i'll~, atJd baby are In the hos-[ ....... |1"!1111118110 |d, en live in Sperry Richard| ........ [Brownies enjoyed the tot,,' an( I' ~~mn st:r_g~,~ "tt~l /ano ~wrs. n. r.. Jacooson. t ~ / /economist WhO talKeo rues- I .............. 11 v M~ ~na M,~ l~.rl~n Rnss ~ ............ I ]passed away ab,,ut a week ago[ day evening said if this trend I wisn to taan,~ me Snerm a,u ] ~aders in the e~"I were's""~er"'u~estso/'~r'and| ...... . I By Mrs. Delbert gird lin Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs.|continues and chain stores run[M~;e thM::t;~{enTt;eth:r:l~'t:~;; t~pp g " ." [I" || !1 I tOrrin Foutz o1' Akron Colo/ .... h lf of theIwe , , . A W~sas~ Thomas Barker, a '~I ' s Ro ,t T " us out o[ ous,ness, a ., MI~ W W Gunn Sunday ev-[VallllaU V|II~W , Mz. andMr,, be hmP"arc staving with the Foutz| ......... [where they wrote 1hank You ~~;1 ening, t /--UlI,~]~ II |~1~ *~ [son attended memorial ser-i~.hiidt~et(while their parents[,peP'oe at. mat meeting won tlnotes to the Juniors. and the h~~s the sn]f'l~ Mrs. =,Esther Hammer of | M,. ...... [vices for Mr. Herschel ttoward/;ire away Ine ,!ar.m ng .in years: __* ISheriff and Mrs. Murray. Barker, 1 Norwa~ and Mr. and Mrs Carl | ................... /at Hebron. Nebr. Thursday af- / /,i ....... ,:,..... k Mrs |wou~a ~uoge mere.were ~uu Urlcindy Parsons /and Cindy i~lr" a"u ~an~am" 'I l~ tlll'S' I~d;ll'eHCt OI/'/U " ' " auu larmers ana nusmessmen ~s hil'~ Peterson of Concordm were/ Mrs. Ida Rat bun and Ruth/ternoon. ~Alb-wt Russell and famil" and| .... ' ..... IPeterson held the flag,' w , , , s el t;oncorola ant me surround Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. |v sited Mrs. th, nry Somerhat- | Mr. and Mrs. Claron Paxson [ ~ ..... ;,'~. L, .,.., P""~on ]' -- [we said the flag salute and Anna'R. Graham. |ter in Red Cloud "Tuesday af-|were Sunday dinner guests of/.'\','i. ~a"~' ,,,*'2's~,.'~':.'..'~'~ .,:..Lug.., ling area mere. , .... {the Brownie promise. Gnssip , ~ ,, ! , I ............ / ~ I was played for our game. we - ~ - ,. ~me Lmntonla tnurcn ~unuay ~84th birthda- Saturda" On ~ n . II 3t , , I /_f.__noon I ~' "" ,adjourned with the ,rownle ~~p ~aound. W!~[1 -- , =- ia ~er . /Sunday he was honor guest at[- n l , " Ill~" L ' I * .'. "* ]a birthday dinner at Wilbur I __ ~ ~ seedln 1~1~='i _ _..l~=,m~. _ _ _ . - [Shook visited Geo. Shook at [Obert's. Mrs Henry Obert and IWesfernaires varieties to plant or sow and at very low prie:'I - -. "1 |I)o~ns Wednesday and attend-[Mr, and Mrs. Sam Obert were l ~~" . ,,.= ......... .' led John Deere Day. .. ialso guests. I The Westernaires had their B~ that you want:. - - _~||~O1'111"~ " / Sext, ra, in tne commumtv t I reeeiv ~ a letter fro-- Mrs ~ ...... rul . " eo m annualmeet,ng atme ~ona ~~~ ~~ur~.~_~ |have been v,chms of colds and |Nora Hollenbeck the ast week [ _, , o bikes to sell tP ] ~7'e" "~~ ~f~,F TH~ , [tn[>illitis;. ...... land she sent me sSmae ' balance quick. ,..] 1 ~/ k~ ~~k'E ~.C~$.-0~_ ] | henry ,iro oI r-minvine was |she had written for the Jewe111other year MII.~$ OR MO "a'gK ZONI:$ 50 a Wednesday overnight guest . " . ~/ ~. YONn=~=$..5.0"0.00 I [ .... .... [County Record m March ofI The next meet, ng w,ll be V~s la~ ,=mi.E FOR D ~nl: REMAIN at tnc ~. tm'a nome. . /Ira. I~ ~E'i2;;l~l~MAIN ] / ...... .,~../1944, They were very interest-[March 19th at 7:,,0 at the ta!n most any size. Choice can be made at Ira' I ~[-- / ~ ~~~~-"$UY~I~/IrM I |..,v,t:. an(I ,lv'rs' b~,[r~,:c~ ling Here is a part of them" [Commumty Building. B,'ing ~, '~t/IUN TH n'l/rl ~.nOOK VisILeu ~vlrs. ~narte~ " ' . ' . . D..~, /~ ~~ "Z'O'N~;N~ i }'' " ,,.. c ..... ,~ ..... ] Mrs. Rose Fmtchen and her [cookms and coffee servlcc. prices. i "~ i~rl/]~ i llersnner i,t ~,.e ..~v,,,Cu.,~,la IIO5- . . i -,.,~-o.-...'m ..... .~,, ,...~.M-~ ..,..~,,,,..."'~"-~"'-', / pupllSMzss. Grettaf LzbertYDengermkSChool. of andL,t.. I Everyone phm_BarbaratO attend.Junkc, r. ,,The late t in Turn Tables- new space save':, ., ,. II /returnedtoherhomemEsbon/ ..... I ! "~.._~en a//d/,,~q~rl~t,"t ..... .. I /Saturday /tle Oa~ ano ner scnoo, repre-I '. ,~ - aY "s_pot"a we//- I t M. ,:,.,v. ,u,.o. o, coo/ ,,,,,., rubber maid- are selling fast. ll i informed "ers-- g:" II /co, di; visitect' last'week at the [ A Frustrated Search For lde.l= . . . 1 ~m ~L~'u/:.meyknow i I AIber{ Russell home. Albert/ .............. N 'ten needed. ~m~~t~,o.7~,~7 I ]was a surgical patient in Red.] ~~~'t~,~ I~,~. /t'~ size you wish is waiting for you. . ,,A], cneckm. | Mr and Mrs Ralph Shute| ~'~~1~ ~\._:'~.,~.~---,-~' ~i~4Ll~,. =~,,a=,,,~,, ...."" uuUUU~ " "" . ~2~ ..., /'. i~ ) ....... "W i /CampbeU home, nm in Red Cloud[ ~~i~.j~,,.. :i ness of two silver dollars." " This ware" , westise,'','] [ Several from this community/ ..... Gloves and Mittens at low prices to s":l : The ]attended the Webster County| t.,nam /Centennial Pageant at Reel[ look ,t ,he Shor,- you money. 11 ....' [Cloud Sunday evening. | Circuited Momlily ~~ D -- of the Lively Ones.,-~"~ ::~ J~l~l[~ ., f aa . I I / I .... :'r' first National banK 0dessa- I ;;, .... TheySkill Saws - plenty of sizes to cheese fr.:arehandy. ., :| i Nylon Cotton Rope - plenty of it. in Mankato, Kansas Dentoma J FORMOSO COMMUNITY CHURCH ~" " Mrs. Wilbur Obert March 12, 1967-- 7:30 p.m. Socket Wrench Sets - most any size I FIRST BANK IN MANKATO rough and quick sere ice. M~ss" Debbm' " Clark under-I Filmed in beautiful color l'n an upper midwestern L':''~ OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY . ltastingsWent leg toSUrgerYreplaceFridaYthesteel|at| today'sSetting' teens.ittakes a bold look into the life and times of ,, A master line of Spoons and Knives f1:"11 '. plate in her leg which had - i I'~: , The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of br(kcn She is getting along[ Daring to challenge the new accepted conduct, FAST $33.95. An item you need always. .......... ' fine but will be put in a cast[ WAY NOWHERE uncovers the teenage world of deceit ISOINffll)ENUI5 in a few days which will mean/ with stunning truth. From the spinning wheels of motor Catching Mitts and Gloves in all sizeS. -site a while of immobilit" [ bikes in a daring, near disastrous race of initiation to ": ~_ q ' #'i tragic death at the hands of party crashers, this dramatic -,. J new color motion picture tells the story of the short- Butcher Knives, Pocket Knives, Black Ita d n I .......... M I'*'-'URANCE F'R EACH DEPOSITOR HAS I circuited morality of the lively ones. Table Sets in most any size you wish. " ..... U. fflA2IMU ~i U I _. . | With devastating reality, FAST WAY NOWHERE BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Thursaay | looks into the home to lay bare the materialistic phon- General Electric Hair Dryers a't new 1i ........ / iness in the lives of parents, which is often responsible PAN FRIED CHICKEN I for the break-up of the American family. A high school prices. ) -- / basketball coach is drawn into the conflict when a ~:'/ ,. . ........... Special [ bright-eyed temptress displays cheating devices for tak- aiemaer ~ansas uevelopmenz t~real~ t~orp. [ ing the fast way. A slightly wacky, 300 pound Hugo ' l llll l &I/I D/I&U [provides humorous relief and delightful entertainment. McCARTHY HDWE Member FdD.I.C. Since 1983 DUrr/~bU l~J/'~l~l J This film, with a story that is different, brings forth ,,,m~=~r 't '~J a straight-forward and powerful Gospel presentation that Jewell County's Oldest Store ~om~)t ~c+mrm,~ ~ooo ~'l'k'A K J~ I is sure to cause its viewers to realize anew the short- : xooe O|ilatl l. I | ness of life, the finality of death, and the answer to WHERE YOUR DOLLAR DOES ITS I both in the Lord Jesus Christ. (~i ,~ , I II ,I I II I Ill I II I I I |