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[7 PAGE 613 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS THURSDAY, MARCH I( Mrs. Forrest Howard Mr. and Mrs. George Ayers of Oxnard, C-dif. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbie l)oud were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pixler. Mr. and Mrs. h'a l:'owell vis Red the LaVon Powell home in Hays. tim Wendall Snow barger home in Kinsley and the Ralph Soliday home in l Cimarron over the weekend. Mrs. Vi Franklin and Bill of Lebanon were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frail Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harve l)eeker. Linda Vader and Richard Brook were Saturday evenin~ visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Un derwood were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Davis. Mrs. Mamie Mullin attended the funeral services for" Letitia Baylor at Esbon on Monday afternoon. Roy Ortman .was burning trash on Friday when it got away from him and caught his house on fire. The Burr" Oak and Mankato rural fire department were called and had the fire out before it did much damage. Mr, and Mrs. Ellis Benbow were Sunday afternoon visitor's of Mrs. Rebecca Calahan at the rest home in Superior'. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Pcnner and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cock roft and Janice were Saturday evening visitors of Dwayne Cockroft at Concordia. Mrs. Jennie Dillon of Nan> pa, Ida. and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Glover were Thurs(lay afternoon visitors of Mrs. Lela Dillon and Wihna. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Saturday evening visitors of Mrs. Will Dillon at the Good Samaritan Home in Superior. Henry Garman was a Friday evening visitor" of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cook of South Carolina are the proud parents of a 7t/z lb. baby boy born on Feb. 8th. They named him Timothy Earl. Mrs. Cook is the former Patricia Ackins. Mr. and Mrs. Jake MeDon- nel called on Mrs. Dora Thorn ton at the Good Samaritan Home in Nelson, Nebr. Leon Morris of Superior re- turned to his home on Friday after spending the past two weeks in the hospital in Lin coln, Nebr. Mr. arid Mrs. Harvey Fogo were Sunday evening visitors Of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Jeffers at Esbon, Mr, and Mrs. Jay Beale and family were Sunday afternoon I I I A i I callers at the Loyde GarmanJ home. ] Mrs. Johnny Tucker and[ Carolyn, Mrs. Judy Hillman[ und |((nee and Laura Ander-[ son were Thursday afternoonI visitors of Mrs. Marie Ever-I son. Mrs. Elwin Lamb and fam- ily, Mrs. Loyde Garman arid l,irlda, Mrs. Ivan tfughes and Mrs. Jerry Hancock were Sat- urday callers at the Lynn Gar- man home. Mr'. and Mrs. John Gates spent Tuesday in Beloit where her ('ousin, Fred Mcl)aniels, of ,h'well underwent surgery at the Mitchell County tlospital. Mr. and Mrs. tIomer L. Grubbs accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jack Byers to Dodge City on Wednesday evening to watch Jewell play basketball in the State Tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn ltarris took Mr. and Mrs. Mack liar ris for a drive in and around Mankato on Sunday afternoon. Carroll Rhea returned home Saturday after spending the past 10 weeks in the Veterans lh)spital in Grand lshmd. Mrs. Kathryn Walter and Bob of Red Cloud were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene dohnson and bo ys. Marna Hart of Bethany, ()kla. came Saturday to spend her Easter vacation with her mother, Mrs. Opul Tromble. ! Mrs. Bill Kiehl and Mrs. Ro-: bert Korb attended a Wig and Style Show in Hastings, Nebr. (m Wednesday afternoon. This event was sponsored by the B.P.O.E. Imrkie Ann Korb was a model in this style show and modeled ch)thes from Phillips. A dessert was served the guests following tile stylc show. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Parsons of Nampa, Ida. were Tuesday ufternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDonnel and Mrs. Lillie Moon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis were Sunday supper guests at the Bob Throup home ira Smith Center. t Mrs. Everett Reed was a Tuesday afternoon caller at the Clarence Maag home. Duane Morris of Superior was a weekend guest in the I)allas Morris home. Rada Stanton of Bedford, Ky. and Mrs. Otto Benediet of Lin- cohl, Nebr. crone to he with their mother, Mrs. Ada Stan- ton, who was taken to the Belleville hospital on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ever- son and family of Junia- ta, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Aielt Supkes of Hastings were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Marie Everson and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alexan- der were Thursday evening visitors of Mrs Art Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sander- son were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis t3enbow. Mrs. May Boitnott was ad- mitted to the Superior hosi)ital on Friday for observation and treatment. Mrs. Mamie Mullin and Mrs. Opal Tromble attended tlw 55th wedding anniversary of M,'. and Mrs. Frank Meyer at Mankato on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gleml Bennelt spent Friday morning in Red Cloud where they consulted their doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Erich l)enner and Mrs. Mamie Cockroft were Sunday afternoon visitors (d' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cockrolt and Janice. Mrs. Fred Sanderson, Mrs. Ellis Benbow, Mrs. Imla Ja cobs and Grace Cole of Moat- rose, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mizner and Mrs. Stanley John- son wt're callers at the Arl)y Cole home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson, Ardean Wilson and Mr. and Mrs, [t. A. Decker were Wed nesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. I)erald l)eck- er and Cheryl. Mr'. and Mrs. I)avid Dema ray were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bauer" and Nancie of Clay Center. Mr. and Mrs. C,. W. t,'earint{ were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jean Fearing lind Randy. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fearing were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jean Fearing and Randy. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foster and girls of Phillipsburg were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster. They were helping Gary celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Sunday afternoon visitors of Nelson HaiTi':, ut the Red Cloud hospital. They also call- ed on Mrs. Vida Burkhnlder at the Sprague Rest Home. Arden ()st was a Thursday morning caller at the Clarcnce Pixler home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sander- son attended the funeral ser vices for Mr. Sam Grouthaus at Smith Center on Monday afternoon. Clyde Radford of Tol)eka was a Thursday overnight r/uest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon, Thelma Kreiger and Mr. Davis of Grand Island, Nebr. were Wednesday afternoon callers at the Jake McDonnel home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suchs- hind and family and Mr'. and Mrs. EnciIle Lewis and family were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Under'- wood and Cheryl were Sunday afternoon callers in the Floyd Simmelink home near Ionia. OUR PLANET'S nmr. CIENTISTS BELIE _ ~Jlll I I'1 EARTH WAS A BVIEL~N~TS YOUTH THE OF LAVA BROKEN ~2~'.a.UaatING SEA "CONTINENTS ,, al 2 'r. 5RpZEN ROCK ' ""'~ ~.~,S~$ LATER BECAME THE EARTH'S AT E yENrUAttr THE ," ..... MOSPHERE, PROVIDING SOIL FC) Ilv I, HARDENED wrt rld~NT LIFE. 7here's nothing on earth quite/i& having money//7 t& .aen,./ W& not open e savings account today? ~B 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 v, BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.D.I.C. Since 1938 ESTABLISHED 1883 LLL I IILI I I t III I I Clarence Black of Mankato was a Saturday afternoon call- er at the Roy Brandon home. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Under- wood were Sunday evening vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sloan and family. Mr'. and Mrs. Jake McDon- nel and Lillie Moon were Sun- day afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Under- wood were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Calder and family of Hardy, Nebr. The occasion be- ing the birthday of l)iane Cal- der. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon accompanied Mr. lind Mrs. John Gates to Beloit on Friday evening where they visited Mrs. l)aisy Brandon at the Jones Rest florae. Mrs. t,:eilh Ter|'ill and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garman were Sunday evening visitors at the Lynn Garman home. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Under'- wood were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wacker and family at Edgar, Nebr. Miss Marilyn Hart of Bcth- any, Okla. spent Sun(lay visit ing her mother, Mrs. Opal Tremble. NOTICE Burr Oak Y.W.C.A. will meet march 20 at 7:30 p.m. Film by Rev. Foley; Worship, Wini- fred McNichols; Elcction of officers for 1968. Refreshments by Vehna Smuck and LaVcta Winsh)w. Jacquelinc Boyles, Publicity Chairman. NOTICE The annual meeting of the Osorlre Counly Furnlers Un- ion Co-op will be held Satur- day, March 18, at Ost)orne. The local elevator will be closed that day. EASTER EGG HUNT The Annual Easter Egg thmt. Sl)Onsorcd by the Mankato Chamber of Com- merce, will be held Saturday, Marcia 25, at 2:30 p.m. at the Mankato City Park. Special hunt areas will be provided for the wu'ious age groups. Pre-school age kids, through the sixth grade, will hunt eggs in their respective areas. Merchanls will l)rovide sacks of eggs. Each sack will be re- deemed for five cents when it is returned to the merchant, whose name is stamped on the sack. In case of bad weather, the hunt will be postponed until Saturday, April 1. Merchants are asked to take their" sacks to the City Hall by 10:00 am. Saturday, March 25. Mrs. May Boitnott of Burr Oak was taken to the Superior hospital Thursday. Mrs. Boit- nott's daughter. Mrs. John Pahncr, of Larned is with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Moore have rented one of Raymond Niehuls' rental properties and are mowng to Mankato from Chadron~ Nebraska. Vance Tyrell was home over the weekend from Fort Hays State College visiting his par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ty- rell. 15.6 cu. ft. Model TBF-16C LIONS CLUB NOTES The March 13th meeting was held in the Community Build- ing, President Melvin Blccha presiding. Five visitors from the Smith Center Club, Ray Bayer, Mur- lin Blaylock, Elle D. Maya, Paul Quiring and Kenneth Schwertfeger, were very wet come guests as was Leo Dreil- ing a former member of out' Club. Reverend Mike Hines was in- itiated into the Club. Lion Clyde Reed performing the in- duction rite. The program for the evening was in two parts. In honor of Girl Scout Week, all three grades of our local Girl Scouts combined talents for an in- structive, as well as an enter- taining program. Mrs. George Jensen, Virginia Rightmeier and IAbbie Crangle presented their Brownies, Juniors and Cadettes, respectively. Miss Dorothy Libben led the group in singing. The second part of the pro- gram was presented by Lion Merwin Peterson, D.D.S., who gave a talk on the structure and care of teeth. Dr. Peter- son used colored sketches to illustrate the points he was making. A Directors meeting is scheduled for 6:30 P. M. Mar. 20 at the Frontier Cafe. The next Club meeting will be Mar. 27th. )enl JUDICIAL CASES: Chester C. Williams, no entry in daily log - no flags, $10.00 and costs. Paul H. Grover, no entry in daily log this date, $10.00 and costs. Don Van Donge, illegal sale of mortgaged property. De- fendant waived preliminary hearing in county court and bound over for trial in district court. Bail set for $1000.00. Donna Bartley, petty lar- ceny, $15.00 and costs. Emery E. Callaway, no current year plate displayed, $5.00 and costs. Donn C. Bartholomew, driv- ing left of center, not in pass ing, $5.00 and costs. Thomas Richard Andrescn, speeding, $15.00 and costs. BOND FORFEITED: Doyle G. Smith, speeding, $I0.00 and costs. Paul E. Lineberry, no entry in daily log, $5.00 and costs. Ann M. Millet', speeding, $10.00 and costs. Office of the County Superintendent: Congratulations to Unil'ied School District no. 279 in its successful basketball season. One of its players, Mike Nrdty, was selected as one of the nil stars in the high school staW tournaments. We had the following call ira our" office last week. Xrepht Flavin, Esbon; Charlotte La- Roeque, Burr Oak: Clarct;('c Meeker, Mankato; Mrs. Ray Dietz, Mankato; Mrs..lohn~(m Fuller, Mankato; Mrs. Vir- ginia Alberts, Culbertson. Nebr.; Mrs. Glenn lmler, Mankato; Mrs. Roland l)eth loff, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Morris, Sul)erior. Nebr.; Evan Hanson, Mankalo; I-{omer Paten, l"orll/oso; ]{('v. and Mrs. Paul Temple, For- lnoso. -- Carl A. Westin, Superintendent of Pul)lic Instruction Mankato, Kansas NOTICE: Teenage Dance There will be no Teenag'.' Dance on March 17. The Sadie Hawkins dance will be March 31. Grade School all IlUrl)ose room. Sponsors: Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Moser, Mr. an(t Mrs. Robert Simon, Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Peteete, Mr'. anti Mrs. Ray LeClair, and Mr' and Thaine Clegg. Refreshments: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coffman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McElroy and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rose. Music by Ye Knights of Gold. Admi:;,sion 50 cents each. Mankato FRIi)AY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY MARCII 17 - 18 - 19 Starting at 7:30 p.m. S?ooK ! Meet the world's TheHorror is H owlariou ! TECHNICOLOI JOAN STALEY" LIAM REDMOND'DICK SARGENT Additional Hospital Solicitors 2nd Grade Brownies Mrs. Ralph McCorkle of Burr Oak, Mrs. Gerald James The 2nd (;rade Brownies, of Formoso and Clarence Troop 178 met March 13 in Black of Mankato also helped the Methodist Church base- with solicitations. They shoul(l meat. Keel Aid lind candy have been included with the bars were served by Debra list of solieitors. [3cougher to l0 Brownies, 2 Anyone who has not been leaders and 1 Tag-a-Long. contacted and wishes to give. Patryee Stout and Trudi Tay- may mail his contribution to lee held the flags while we State Exchange Bank. Make said tile flag salute and the cheek payable to dewell Coun- Brownie promise. Mildred Life in Jewell County. ty Hospital Fund. ltulbert was our make believeI ..... Birthduy Queen for her birth-NOTICE THANK YOU day, which is June 4th. She ....... was crowned by our past The Burr Oak My heartfelt thanks to each queen Cindy Paterson. The Association announces one who ren]el=qh('red me with :',:'.wnies walked lo I)r. Peter- will be a Good FridaY cards and visits during my son's office to their Brownie at the Olive Itill Ch~ recent illness. The food an(I ,~i'-:lJ',ay in the window for 2:00 p.m. with Rev. many kindnesses extended to Scout Week and then all walk- preaching. my family are also deeply ap- preciated. Mrs. Earl Bucldey. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING The regular Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Jewell County Co-op Association will be held in the Armory Building at Mankato, Kans., on Thursday, March 23, 1967, at 8:00 p.m. The purpose of the meeting will be the election of Directors, operating financial statement to membership, and to transact such other business as may regularly come before the meeting. Door Favors and Door Prizes. Drawings for both Men and Women! BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION -- ed back to the church. outside the Brownies " ; tree to watch grow a: the.on leaves will c;2e They played "What their game. We 1 with Brownie tunne. meeting on March Brownies will meet Juniors in the Cotn~ Building for a show on UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVISION @ With lighter receipts on hand Thursday at tion, the market looked steady on all classes Stocker and feeder pigs sold sharply higher than t vious week and there is a real broad demand for feeder pigs of all classes. Good and choice steer sold in a range from $26.50 to $29.00 with heifer same weight and quality bringing from $23.50 700 to 900 pound steers sold in a range from $24.50. These yearling heifers were bringing to $23.75. Cow market was very active, selling from $15.00 to $16.75 with young cows bringing as $18.00. We sold a lot of these good feeder P week in a range from $17.00 to $22.00 per head small pigs bringing from $13.50 to $16.00. We're going to reserve our space for sales this week to list some of our consignments special stoeker and feeder sale this coming have a lot of big bunches of these stocker cattle already listed for this coming Thursday's Also listed for this Thursday is one special of 40 choice quality holstein dairy heifers. These are all heavy with calf coming with their first are an outstanding set of dairy cattle. Anyone having livestock of any kind to sell a widely advertised market here at the McKee Also, clean and modern facilities for handling your One thing to remember, folks, is that your cattle: lot more valuable to a buyer when they are modem and elean pens. Starting time this week at the McKee Sales be I I o'clock sharp on cows and corn fed have one of the best butcher cow and fat cattle in this area, and have many packer buyers competing for this class of stock. When consigning your livestock to the Co., feel free to call us collect. For more about prices, get in touch with us and we will look at them. SUPERIOR, NEBR. Gordon McKee, Owner, Superior, Nebr., phone H. M. Jansen, Manager and auctioneer Refreshments after the Meeting. Your Attendance will be appreciated. i: OTIE E. CLARK, Secretary. 1 | E: MANKATO, KANSAS 'No Frost Refrigerator-Freezer zero-degree freezer Holds up to 145 lbs. frozen foods. Auto-Fill Icemaker Refills tray automatically. Container on freezer door. Ice service stores up to 5 ~ lbs. of ice, 80 cubes. Jet Freeze ice compartmcnt. Freezes ice extra fast. Exclusive Adjusta-Shelves. Half-width bins, baskets, shelves -- rearrange or interchange as needed. Refrigerator rolls out for easy cleaning. 00 with trade Tune in to KRFS at 7:15 or to KMMJ at 7:30 on mornmg for consignment information for our sale.