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Jewell Co. Record, M-nk to, Ks, Thursday, March 17, proved. Betty McAtee gave the Treasurer's report. Ele- ven church calls were re- ported. Lenore Smith report- ed sending two get-well cards. Pat Hunter led us in closing prayer. Marjorie Mo- ser and Beverly Clegg were hostesses. Kensington Club Meets The Kensington Club met Thursday, March 10 at the home of Mrs. Philip Under- wood with 11 members pre- sent. Mrs Lorena Under- wood and daughter, Debra Kay, were guests. Mrs. Rus- sell Hooker won the guess box. Refreshments were ser- ved by the hostess. The next HENRY G. AHRENS Funeral services were held Sunday for Henry George Ahrens, who died at his Mankato home March 10, 1966, at the age of 89 years. Henry was oorn July 18, 1876, in a log cabin in the White Rock Valley He was the first son of Henry Chris- tian and Lucinda Harrison Ahrens. He started farming opera- tions in partnership with a brother, Clarence, in the White Rock area. On March 18, 1903, Henry was married to Kate Maude Sweet. Three children were born to this union--a baby girl who died in infancy; a son, and Mrs. Christean Daven- port of Concordia called at the Wylie Kirkpatrick home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Harold Bothwell re- turned home Saturday from Omaha where she had at- tended the D.A.R. State Con- ference, Wednesday, Thurs- day and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ross and son of Goodland spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross. Mr. and Mrs Floyd David- i son and Harold Bothwell were callers at the A. W. with Mr. and Mrs, J. B.! Angle in Mankato. The WSCS Prayer Group met Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs. Jess Wilson. m .@ Mrs. Wilbur Obert Mrs. Clarence Young un- derwent surgery at the Os- borne hospital Wednesday. to Jake Callaways on Sun- day. After the basketball game Thursday evening Ed and Lucile Clark came home to find that Douglas, while playing, had run his arm through the window, and they made a flying trip to Smith Center to have eight stitches taken in his arm. He's an active little guy, I so this may slow him up but I'll bet he won't stop. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clark and baby and Mr. and Mrs Burdell Lange and family of ternoon. The American Le: Birthday Party witl be March 20 at 6:30 p.m. with a pot luck supper. Bring your own service. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reinert visited Pete Reinert at the Parkview Manor Rest Horr in Osborne, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reinert and Paul visited Paul Hear- ings' on Sunday afternoon, Don Whelchel made a business trip to Salina, orJ Monday. Aurora, Nebr,were Sunday Miss Audrey Ahrens and dinner guests of Ed Clarks. Mr. and Mrs. Steve AhrenS Mr. and Mrs. Garold Badger and Elaine of Manhattan & and family were Sunday of- Mona Meier of Fort CollinS, ternoon callers and the en- Colo. came to attend the tire group were supper funeral of their father and guests and spent the even-I grandfather, Henry Ahrens, ing. i ~ - Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hun-1 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond cock, Mr and Mrs. Bob Bol-i Nichols and Mrs Sue Green ler and Mr. and Mrs. WilburI visited Mrs. Holzhauser and | Obert attended the PCA din-I Mrs Harkins at the ClarenCe | her Thursday at Concordia.{ Black home Wednesday Mrs. Joe Reinert and Paul] evening Mr. and Mrs. Ira spent Friday evening at theI Huntsinger were Thursday Wayne Underwood home. ]evening visitors. Mrs. Esther Whelchel gotI d carried away at the ball] Michael Gale Mohler an game, tried to make a baSkr] Marta Del Merrill were et, and lost a heel off he l issued a marriage license on shoe. I believe spectators I March 10, 1966 by Probate work as hard as the players l Judge Byron Rogers.r ~ I i sometimes. Merle Lewis wasI ' l ahnost short part of a fingerl Special numbers at the due to the nervous strain. ]Esbon Christian Church last i I am sorry to report thatl Sunday were a vocal duet, baby Lisa Waddle, daughterl Make ,Me A Channel of ,of Claude and Donna Wad-[ Blessing,by Vicky BurgeSS :die, is seriously ill in theland Elaine Griffith, also a ,Superior hospital.I vocal duet, iNear To The Westbranch Card Party lHeart of God', by Mrs. BeS- was held Saturday night. [ sie Hillman and Mrs. Aurelia High score was won by Ted[Shook, Seems and Lena Berry; tray-I eling by Dale Countryman;I Mrs. Clarence Shook call, and Mike Mechsner and ed at Rev. Miller s home oft Mable Bell received low. I Sunday to visit Mr. and MrS, t Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bart-]David Miller, who spent the l ley and girls and Mr. and lweekend in Esbon. David !,s- |! i Mrs. Roger Nitsch and Brad I sports editor tor the Russe b zlh visited Lois Bartley at Hays[Karts newspaper. i Sunday. I t Odessa Aid met Thursday l Mrs. Clarence Shook spen ] afternoon with Gladys Hel-[Tuesday morning with the ] ler. lEd Regan family Mrs. Ro e I Debbie and Shelly Clark l (Regan) Hale was a neigh- ] and the Lunge girls visited l bur, and Lafe and Margaret Maude Keller on Sunday of-I Hale were former pupils in ternoon, l the Fred Heiserman district Mrs. Audrey Young plans least of Lebanon. to come home Monday af-I ~" i Harold, of Mankato, and an meeting will be March 24 . . ", ~ daughter and family, Mr.',and Mrs. Henry Kattenberg other daughter, Auarey, with Mrs. Ed Walker. and Mrs Richard Doyle and I and Mr and Mrs Ernie Kit-i Manhattan, Kans n h" etu d " " ----~ . . so. T ey r rne Monday. I tenberg and Martha called In l~OO, henry movea ms T & E Bridge Club ' Mr and Mrs Chuck Dia-ISaturday evening. Mike has Thursday tamuy to me present Anrens " " t mndo and Gre ,o were o uests I made several taps down and l tarm,V2 miles normwest o I,L chil-'r-- w^n" " ~ ~ in ~ n .~ ~ of mr. ann Mrs. l~ert 131a-lule u ell e t oatutuayI Mrs. Newell Davis enter- lwaur atu, lie cuta cu tuc " " n a e' n" "n ar~" " ;ts *'-esent size b" mond for dinner on Fnday l andSu d y.Sh s e joyl g l rained the members of the ; ,;- :'evening at a cafe in Chester I her mail t T & E Bridge Club at her rouowmg ms rather s aawce to "Out your money and Mr and Mrs. Dean Hun-[ lv r. a, na ivirs, t emert! home Thursday, March 10. - ". -," " n- ann amy went to noxie on Mrs. Sue Green was a guest yo rfaythe i dtheoLandtive tSrup)e rnc le: Slea-I:h r:daYngt seehesbm the: The prizes were won by os Mrs. Green, Mrs. V. L. Mic- farming in 1928, moving to nor Crispin and Wylie Kirk- ] ~,~, h,~ l-lolon ~oih,r~ ~nom hael and Mrs. Raymond Nic- the present home at 519 patricl . I -"; .-'; ";"--'" r Saw-' lnursflay night wnn Jean- hols. Refreshments were Northwest m Mankato. Mr. ann mrs. Leste I ,~ served by the hostess. The Farming operations were yer, whohave spent the! eue oert. next meeting will be with turned over to his .son, Har- winter in 'lexas, came w th Mr. ann mrs. wnour uo- old I their mobile home to the A. l ert and family were Sunday Mrs. Russell Hooker March FIenry is survived by his l W. Wilson home Sunday af-I dinner guests of Sam Oberts. 24. wife, Kate, of the home, son I ternoon. I, Lorena Pate bel!eves hfe n ""d n"u"hte- ^ud I M~ a ~n o r ~ r~-~,i,~ I negms at 40, as she is en- Mrs. Carl McElroy Hosts Ha,-, - - . [tertaining the mumps 1'11 rev and three brothers lson, Mrs Carrie Thomas Finesse Bridge Club Raloh and Charley of Nam-]Russell and Blanche Thomas, I P . " bet she will a preciate me - saying entertaining as they Mrs. Carl McElroy enter- pa, Idaho, and Roe of Roch-land Mrs. Anna Graham of[, rained the members of the ester, Minn. [Superior were guests of Mr.]areA t any fun. Finesse Bridge Club at her Also surviving are grand-[and Mrs. Frank Kissinger fort Mike Young and children mue oress,with rounu necK- home" on nursaay evening, children, Steve of Manhat-[Sunday dinner at the Steak lwere Sunday dinner guests nne and full s~lrt " . ~ March 10. Honors were won tan and Mona of Fort Col- I House in Mankato. I of Henry Kellers. Lee Bartcher, tman vooonl cousin o~ lins, Colo as well as a great I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe and" Mrs Kenneth Johanek and " . ". Dy mrs t~on namnton ann Mr. and Mrs. me bride, carried the ring on granddaughter,Elaine,of I family of Republic, Mr. and Lisa are helping Mr and ; mrs. ,net moran, ine nost- Bartcher of Esbon,a wmte heart," -.snape,a pmow. ess served refreshments. The Manhattan. ]Mrs. Duane Dahl and Judy Mrs Jim Rogers take care l; .ame the bride ofDennis Rothchild, brother i rmxt meetine will be Auril He was preceded in death I of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Har- of the new baby boy who re- elmer A. Rothchild, ~ of the groom, served as best 14 with Mrs Ray Lange. by four brothers, Clarence, lion Ross and son of Good- cently arrived at the Rogers' Mr. and Mrs. Delbert man. Groomsmen were " Chris, Lewis and Arthur, andI land, and Mr. and Mrs. Am- home I'll bet Lisa keeps him [ld of Mankato, on Daryle Rothchikl and Doyle Sunshine Circle Club two sisters, LaVina and Net-Iold Ross and sons were din- entertained 6at 2:30 o clock in Rothchild, brothers ofthe tie i ner guests Saturday of Mr. Th^ ,-, United Bre- " Throughout his lite Henry I ann Mrs. tmwin l oss. Tournament was held Thurs- groom i; lrch, Esbon. The ' The Sunshine Circle met Ushers were Gary t artcn ma taicnu danlaCtriVer ntseT: l Wylie Kirkpatrick and day and Saturday at Randall. ffWitt T. Miller offi- . ." wnn aaa may on march u. er brother ot the . rme.' ann we ve memoers answerea g p g s I Mrs. Eleanor Crispin attend- The Burr Oak B team won at the double ringMike : (rune brother-m-law rou cau oy naming our av- community affairs. He was[ed the covered dish supper first; Esbon, 2rid; and Jewell, ty. of the groom. . orite spring flower. Clam a hfelong member of thelot Valley View school Fri- 3rd. In A team play, Esbon of white mums Mrs Joanne I ee cousin or a a. ": ome t mu. Met.hodis.t Church. [day evening, won 1st and Burr Oak 2rid. rite and pink gladioli the bride, attended th- guest aft rn ar nt " T non ws- rns men.as Knew mm as John Wilson of Longview, The Esbon A team is unde- book at both sides of . . iting, embroidering and cro- a qmet, patmnt man--an ex- Wash phoned his parents, feated this year, and natur- tr. Following the ceremony, a chotin~, Th~ ~ue.~s bo~ wa.~ . " ally I m proud as I have a Everett Benoit play- reception was held in the cenent armer ana a wise Mr and Mrs A W Wilson, oy father. The hallmark of.his Sunday and said that he ex-I boy on the team. The A team andnasement: . Mrs tom Jonn- A delicious lunch was serv- personanty was a Kma, pects to undergo eye surgery is composed of Bernard Ad- Vernon son, cousin of the bride, cut ed by the hostess. The next, gentle attitude, in a few days. ares, Dale Dodd, Dennis who sang "A1- the cake and Miss Rita Frost meeting will be March 23 Burial took place at Mt. Group 3 of the Webber Clark, Jerry Lewis and Stev- Wedding and Miss Neva Sloan served with Mariann Neeper. Hope Cemetery at Mankato, WSCS met at the church on, en Obert, and also won the the coffee and punch. Mrs. Karts on March 13, 1966~ Friday afternoon to plan the league trophy under the were Jac- Jerry Voboril and Mrs. The North Central Kansas with Rev. Dean Rose offici- lunch to be served at the A. coaching of Virgil Wiebe. l in of tl e dette Callaway ,served the Production Credit Associa- ating. Casket bearers were 'W. Wilson farm sale March Needless to say, the coach, iRoth< hildl 'bride and groom s table fori tion held its 32d Annual Harry Sweet, Roy Ahrens, team and fans were a Jac- the wedding party MiSS!Meeting at the National Chrissie Ahrens, Clifford [?he Webber P.T.A. hon- mighty happy bunch at the FIRST PICK YOUR DEALER sian blue Jana Rothchild, sister of the Guard Armory, Thursday, Wilson, Woodrow Wilson ored the champion grade ,tournament finals. Randall and groom, and Miss Marcia March 10. There were 309 and Clay Langer. Honorary school basketball team with hosted the tournament very THEN PICK YOUR USED CAR Voboril, cousin of the bride, members and guests present, bearers were Jack Shepherd, a supper and program on ably and there were some OUR FINANCE PLAN IS TAILORED TO MEET YOUR i en in mar- presented the rice bags. Mr. George Fredrickson, Andy Wyatt, Chas. Graham, Thursday evening. Coach good, hard played games. I FARM INCOME her' father, wore a For her going-away en- President of the Association, C. T. Jones, M. L. Van Meter Aeschliman was the guest believe everyone worked: gth gown of pear semble, Mrs. Rothchild wore presided at the meeting, and Frank Korb. Music wasspeal er. hard to make it a success. BY THE MONTH BY THE tEAR ttklong l eves, a a three-piece blue suit with Rev. Wayne Parrish gave furnished by Mrs. Bernice Mr ano mrs. t ay vestal Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller! n: ,mbroid- white gloves, and black pat- the invocation preceding the Scott, pianist, and Mrs. called on Mrs. Eleanor Cris- spent Thursday with the Bobi -- o- haled lace eAt purse and shoes, dinner served by the ladies Glenn Kuiken, vocalist, pin Sunday afternoon. Kindlers at Great Bend toi 1965 PONTIAC CATA-! 1963 PONTIAC 2-1" 2]yith seed I --------- of the Lutheran Church to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both- help Beth celebrate her 6thi LINA 2-DOOR HARD TOP. [ SPORT COUPE V-8, AutO" i l!:shaped skirt t Christian Gleaners those in attendance CA KS well were Sunday dinner birthda Grandma Keller Factory air, power steering,[ matic, Radio, Heater, etC. [ the lace applique. I Y" m tulle bouffant veil[ The Christian Gleaners During the business ses- We want to thank all the guests of Mr. and Mrs. New- got to go to the kindergarten like new. See this one at al Red & White. a pearl crown [ met on Mar. 8. Alberta Dia- [ sion, Mr. Arnold Rose of friends and neighbors for the ell Davis in Mankato. room for her party, and she: big saving. I 1963 FORD 3-SEAT WA" Jewell county was re-elected flowers, cards of sympathy Mrs. Clarence Jensby and enjoyed it very much. : 1964 PONTIAC CATA-[ GON. Power steering, power ' mond led us in prayer. Itha to the board of directors, and other acts of kindness Mrs. Edwin Ross attended Mrs. Gladys Callaway! LINA 4-DOOR SEDAN. Fac-[ brakes, Factory air. Brenda rnes was Seamans, our devotional At the board of directors shown to family of the County Council Meeting spent the past week fromi tory air, and power steering.I clean. V-8, Automatic. "I with Miss t leader, led us in singing re-organization meeting, Henry Ahrens during his of the Extension Clubs. Wednesday un il Sunday at { One local owner. Very clean. ] 1963 CHEVROLET 1 eeber and Mrs. Terryt"God Will Take Care of George Fredrickson was re- sbort illness and death. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn EdClarksnursingasprained 1964 PONTIAC CATA-]WAGON 4-DOOR. 6 cylin" LINA 4-DOOR HARD TOP. [ der, very clean. See this foe !!)! the bridewore [ Ilha[ You'. IthagaveleddevotionsUS in prayer.on H.electedstensaasPresidentof andRepublicLeslie MrS.Mr. andKateMrs.AhrenSHarold Ahr- visited over the weekend arm and shoulder. She went One owner, factor air, Hy-] top economy. blue dresses styled I "Man's Communication With tteet length skirts,[God and Communication county was re-elected as ens -- dramatic, radio. Power steer- I -1962 RAMBLER 4-DOOI,('i l " ' ' and elb w [ Within The Family ' Alberta Vice'president" James Gun- Miss Audrey Ahrens I I ARI ERS ing' l w mileage" An ut-t Six cylinder' out marie" : taught lesson 21, The son was re-elected as secre- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ahr- standing value. 38,000 miles, one owner. tory-treasurer, ens and daughter 1964 BUICK 4-DOOR[good Buy. :| Their head- blue net Apostles and The Great Mrs. Mona Meier WILDCAT. 20,000 miles.] 1962 CHEVROLET I ' ] tith bows. t C0mmission. Roll call was Mrs. Chloe Harkins and Power steering and brakes,/PALA 2-DR. HT. V-8: Stun" ] was Jane answered by twelve mem- Mrs. Lydia Holzhauser, who factory air, new tires. A per-| dard 3 speed. 30,000 mile,:. :] r. i of the bers. The minutes of the last @r!iii have been visiting at the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis HI --'-- I--" fect car. [very nice. N4 Persian[meeting were read and ap- Clarence Black home, left visited over the weekend I 1964 BUICK RIVERIA] 1962 RAMBLER WAGO : --- Friday. Mrs. narkins waswith Mr. and Mrs. Carl De- SPORTCOUPE. Full power,|4-DOOR. V-8, Automatic, ! going to her home in Port- Haven and Paul Hacka- factory air, 20,000 miles.| Very clean. Low mileage. N land, Oregon after a visit in thorne in Topeka. On Sun- Local owner. Very clean. [ 1961 PONTIAC STATtO Connecticut and Ohio v)ith day they all drove to Kansas 1964 OLDS 88 4-DOOR./WAGON 4-DOOR. power ii : her daughters. Mrs. Holz- City, Mo and had dinner Factory air, power steerir g,] steering, Power brakes. Foe" power brakes. One of the/ tory air. Ready to go. . hauser of Hedrick, Iowa with Mr. and Mrs. W.I. U[ Mar": )In' went to Washington State Mosburg. Mrs. Loomis and Jrs iV, nicer ears in town. One local] 1961 CHEVROLET to visit her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Mosburg are sisters, owner. Low mileage, very] PALA 4-DOOR HARD TOP. Harve Murphy, and Mr. clean. [Automatic, power steeirit Murphy and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill & 1963 PONTIAC STAR] power brakes, and t'n . in California. Jodie of Cawker City, Miss CHIEF 4-DOOR SEDAN.] glass, rd Janis Fair of Salina and Mr. Factory air, power steering,| 1961 OLDS 88. Standa ,: Mrs. Clarence Black Bill Hogan of Topeka Air power brakes. Ready to go.] drive, radio, heater etC. ' : entertained at a coffee for Base were weekend guests OUPON 1963 PONTIAC.CATA-] Priced right. . her guests, Mrs. Lydia Holz- of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Fair. LINA 4-DOOR SEDAN. Fac-] 1959 PONTIAC WAGON. hauser and Mrs. Chloe Har- tory air, power steering, One] 3-SEAT. Extra clean. kins Wednesday afternoon. East Union Literary Club NAME local owner. Very nice. t The guests were Mrs. Chas. held its March meeting at Frost and Mrs. Howard Cole the school house with a pot I of Esbon, Mrs. Bess Kramer, luck dinner Sunday, MarchADDRESS TRUCKS AND PICKUPS Mrs. Sue Green, Mrs. Elsie 13. We all enjoyed the din- - Hooker, Mrs. Melvin Kind- her and spent the afternoon 1963 GMC TON LWB 2 speed, 825 x 20 tires, good. ler and the hostess of Man-visiting. Every farmer in the County is cordially in- Wide Box, 3 speed. 26,000 1956 GMC 1 TON. Dual kato. miles, wheels, Box & Fold down vited to a tend Farmers Night in Mankato 1961 CHEVROLET racks. Dr. C. S. Hershner, Bill Thursday, March 31. The dinner will start TON. 4-speed, LWB, flat 1956 CHEV. 2-TON. 825g Black, and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Harold Bothwell at 7:00 p, m. at Mankato Armory, This an- side. A nice clean pickup. 20 tires, good box, stock Aubrey Gass were Friday 1961 CHEVROLET 1 Ton. racks. Hoist. One of the bet- evening visitors at the Clar- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wil- nual event is sponsoredby the Mankato Dual wheels, new bed, fold ter trucks. "SW-E-E-T A-DO-LINE "' ence Shook home. son of Mankato called Wed- Commercial Club. down racks. Very sharp. 1951 CHEVROLET 2-TON nesday evening on Mr. ant 1961 CHEVROLET aA 825 x 20 tires. 2 speed box. your farm can sing with activity. Mr. and Mrs. John Beam Mrs. A. W. Wilson. TON LWB. FS PICKUP. ready to go. returned home Monday af-!Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bill Duitsman, S pt. of Ft. Hays 1959 GMC LWB 2-TON a farm loan for new livestock, ter spending three months in} returned Wednesday from Experiment Station, will be guest speaker. I -" Emporia with their daughter Texas, where they had been Any farmer in the County can obtain a or buildings that you need.and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. visiting relatives. CO Inc . G|en GIover. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Free Ticket. You ean either exehange the . :- : wood and family of Saliva above coupon for a ticket at any tmsiaess, Marsha Grout came home ]louse in Mankato you eaa marl the Sunday the Beltevil Mr. and Mrs. John Hale to:,B ELorr, KANSAS