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MARCH 16, 1967 SEW~LL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B Harold Bothwell Verlan Broyles been vacationing in returned home on Thomas, who a staying at the Sam home in Lovewell, re- t0 her home in Webbcr Ilarold Bothwell attend- }.R.R. State Conference hgs Thursday and Fri- ~ Mrs. A. W. Wilson day afternoon at the Wilson home in Man- ~ld Mrs. Marvin Mc- I bOys of Belleville call- he W W. Gunn home r evening. taale quartette from l~ranch Sang at the service at the Methodist Church on evening. and Mrs. Lawrence and daughters were at the Glen Edwards It Hardy Sunday after- Mrs. Barney Crook of Superior guests at the W. home Monday even- Prayer Group Mrs. Dale Crispin morning with present. Mrs. Fay Vestal ~hursday with Mrs. ! Cousin, Mrs. Finley i~ Belleville. Russell and Kenny the weekend in aad Mrs. Don Davis of S~nt Sunday afternoon at the Harold and Lawrence Both- W. S. C. S. g Was held in Beloit on Mrs. Verlan Broyles, Wilson, Mrs. Tom Mrs. Marvin Web- Dale Crispin, Mrs. Mrs. Char- Mrs. Fay Vestal, J. Silsby, Mrs. A. Mrs. Elleanor , and Mrs. Bernice Reed called on Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe in Superior Sunday after- noon. The Webbcr E.H.U. met at the home of Mrs. Myron Inter- mill Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Edwin Ross gave the lesson. Mrs. C. Sum:ers Mrs. Ella Summers visited Mrs. Jim Healey and family Saturday and also called on Mrs. Editil Worden. The Valley View Social Club met Friday afte,'noon with Mrs. Myron Intermill. 16 meln- bets were present. A lesson was given on "Sodhouse kit- chen" by Mrs. Intermill. The next meeting will he March 24th with Mrs. Ollie Crispin. Marilyn Rathbun was a guest of Linda Diehl in Superior on Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. h'a K!eckner of Superior were Sunday din- ner guests at Raymond Leeee's home. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Web- ber called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Webber in Superior Tues- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown were Sunday dinner guests at Don Hurd's in Formoso. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller of Nelson were Sunday afternoon callers at Mrs. Ida Rathbun's and Paul Rathbun's. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Web- ber and Alvin ate supper Fri day eveinng at Don Webber's in Beloit. Mike and Jeff Web ber came home with them and stayed until Sunday when their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Webber, came for them. Miss Mary Holdren of Man- kate called Tuesday afternoon on Mrs. Marvin Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Dean MeGow an of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I,eece were Sunday evening callers at the Wayne Tipton home. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Farrand of Sioux Falls, S. D. were i weekend guests at Darrell Reed's. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tipton, Nancy and l)ebra were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Underkol'ler in Beloit. Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Mrs. Thee Kelly is visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave McCampbell at Lil)erty, Me. Community Club met Thurs- day afternoon with Peggy Ry- an. ll members were present. Next meeting will be March 23 with Carol Hedges as hos- tess. Wesley Moore and son, Todd, of Ciladron, Nebr. spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore. Ralph dacobson received the word Saturday that his sister, Mrs. Etbel Dyas of Newton, In. had fallen and broken her hip. Mrs. Dyas was just re- covering from a broken hip, which she received a few months ago. Grace Cole visited Mrs. Etta Foster at the Frank Oglevie home in Mankato Friday. Ethyl l)empsey and Mabel Osborne, Courtland, spent the weekend in Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bangs vis- ited her sister', Mrs. Glenard Radebaugh, at Beatrice Satur- day. Mrs. Radebaugh is a pa- tient in the hospital there. Mrs. Clomer Sloe and Mrs. Dick Bates and children were Wednesday callers at the Bill l,ogan home at Ionia. Miss l,aura Taska, Alexan- dria, Va. arrived Wednesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Ernest Sipe, and other r(qatives an(I friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sipe, M(rl'herson, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clomer Sipe. Grace Cole and Lulu Jaeobs visiled Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole of Burr Oak Saturday II afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marshall and family, Stockton, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Peteete and fam- ily were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kinsey. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Lewis of Belleville were afternoon call- ers, Recent visitors and callers at the Fred tiaegert home were Dr. and Mrs. Robt. Thee-! de and baby, Lincoln, Nebr.;, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Archer,' Harvard, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ferron, Concordia; Miss Laura Taska, Alexandria, Va.; Mrs. Ernest Sipe and Mrs. Hugh Cusic. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fer- ron, Concordia spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Haegert. Mrs. Dwight Frost, Esbon, and Mrs Don Snyder, Man- kato, and Mrs. Bill'Smith call- ed on Mrs. Lulu Jacobs Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mog called on Mr. and Mrs. Andy Willi- ams in Mankato Sunday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacob- son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Worick at Jewell. Dr. and Mrs. John Meyer and family of Chapman, Kan- sas spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newell Davis. "'Frosty" Memorial services will be held this afternoon at the Christian Church in Esbon for Mrs. Letitia Baylor, mother of Mrs. Doyle Jeffers and Law- rence Chase. We want to ex- tend our sympathy to the fam- ily. I cannot begin to thank all of you who have been so kind to send words of cheer and get well wishes to my mother, Mrs. Viola Jones, and for all the offers of help. I am sorry to say that Mother remains very ill. Complications have hindered her recovery. Some people thought she had come home from tire hospital when my sister, Mrs. Souza, went home but she is still in the hospital. Mr. Ivan Frost underwent surgery at the Webster County Hospital last Thursday. The Whitemound E. H. Unit will meet with Mrs. Louis Gas- ley this Thursday with Mrs. Curtis Dietz as header. Bud Blain of Red Cloud call- ed on Durward Frost and the Bryce Dodds last Thursday af- ternoon. Bill Dodd has been a house- guest at the Bryce Dodd home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Gregory and Mrs. Harold Schroder of Osborne visited at the Bert Henry's one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Potthoff of McCook were Sunday after- noon and night guests of Ora Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Bert San- derson and Mr. and Mrs. Har- vey McCaulley of Lebanon were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hills. The Whitemound Builders 4 H Club received a blue ribbon on their Model Meeting at the District contest in Beloit Sat- urday. Those taking cars were Mrs. Ted Thummel, Mrs. Har- ry Kindler, Mrs. Curtis Dietz and Mr. Earl Silsby. Melva Dawn Shpiley spent Saturday with Mrs. Ore Hills while her folks attended the District 4-H meeting in Beloit. Happy Hour Club will mciet with Mrs. Hilton Frost next Wednesday, March 22. i Mrs. Curtis Dietz is attend- ' ing the Extenskm Advisory Committee meeting in Man- kato today in my place. Webber Wide Awake 4-H _----.. The March meeting of the Webber Wide Awake 4-H Club was held on tim first at the church basement. We had 15 members, 17 parents, and our" County Home Economics Agent to answer roll call of x)ur 'Favorite Subject". The min- utes were read and approved and business was carried on !by the president, Marilyn In- termill. Alvin Webber made a motion we have a Pest Eradi- ,cation contest. Tom Rathbun recommended we paint our 4- H sign on the highway and all bills were read and approved. The program was announced Dear Boyds: Enclosed please find our check to keep the Record com- ing for another year. We are still having dry weather and about a record for all time, i Grass and trash fires have been very bad. especially the by Pat Rathbun and Mark In- one from Manhattan to Keats termill led the~ singing. Bar- along the Rock Island railroad, bara Roe. played, a flute .solo Since_el_,'" re v and Rick Cleveland an accor-~ .... ., ' I L. ~.. aacooson omn solo 1)cmonstrations pro-I ....... ..... " , .... '. ,. ! lvlanna~.LanK l~.ansa$. jeer talKS, ano neatm talKS ] were given by Lindel Wood,[ Mark Frerichs, Mark Ross, I '"" and Mark Intermill. Mary Frances Holdren gave an in-I ....... teresting fhmnel board lalk on] REV. MEL NORDIN| how 4-It children could ira-/ lilVl:l HI: ll:lT prove their demonstrations| ............. and talks. Lunch was served| e:3o A.M. IIAT. a mUll, by Roe and Cleveland. ( I ] ~" --Dug Thmas' Repr ter"I I , , HI lll l Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 Rlankato, Kansas III II I I Ross and Mrs. Snyder attended a NORTHEAST QUARTER, SLC. 11-6-10, of the Zewell County MITCHELL COUNTY Council in Mankato 100 A. farm land, rest grass, fair improvements and the Dis- WE BUILD meeting in Be- afternoon. lad Mrs. Fay Vestal Thursday RIED CHICKEN Special 120 A. IN SOUTHEAST QUARTER SEC. 12-6-10, MITCItEIJ COUNTY 99 A. farm land - rest grass Contact CAWKER CITY - PHONE 781-4366 OR A9 ADVERTISED m MADEMOISELL~ SEVENTEEN, AND @I.AMOUII ir, ;:: , i:i~ i ? ! . ......... : ..... ...... > : : .... ,