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March 17, 1966 Jewell Co. Record, lg . 2 ' ~ . ~. ~ ~ A,Mrs. Art Estep at the Union their father, Vern Ackins, is lains, ]Lev. and I )n 5 had much moisture this win- I ,Hotel in Superior on Sunday in the Veterans Hospital and lsobroc ks, Mrs. I 13 the ter, we are in fairly good] VUI afternoon, critically ill with pneumonia, ns, Mrs. -4. W.[th shape in most areas of the t H-ward Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Cald- Marvin Eberhart of Jewell ;. W. G. D ckerl I a: county. The subsoil moisture well and Mr. and Mrs. Mike and John Gates attended the alph i IcC,)rkle]M Est [ is pretty deep, but a little Mrs. Velma Agan of Chel- Caldwell spent Monday over- funeral services for Mrs. A. the pe st veek[ ndi] ] dry on top. an, Wash Mrs. Lucille night and Tuesday in Wa- H. Wherry at Pawnee City, in the Mack Harris home. ling table were: Mrs. Alta Grand Island, Nebr.; Mr. and Transmissable Bastro Grove and Mr. Myrle Lans- Keeney on business. Nebr on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley] Trout, Mrs. Fred Troudt and Mrs. Junior Crawford and Enteritis (TGE) den of Toppenish, Wash Mr. and Mrs. Frank John- Mr. A. T. Thompson of Johnson and family spent]Mrs. Elwin Dunbar. At the family of Harvard, Nebr.; The University of Illinois and Mrs. Grace Umbenhow- son and Kris of Topeka we e Junction City came Friday Sunday in Bennington, Kans.[ guest book were Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hold- Veterinarian, Dr. Miodrag er of Phillips, Nebr were weekend guests of her par- to spend some time in the visiting Rev. and Mrs. Olin] Mrs. Dennis Hanson. Also] er and family of Hampton, Ristic, has isolated the virus Friday overnight and Satur- ants, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence home of his daughter, Mr. Belt and Alicia. [helping were Delvin and[ Nebr. responsible for TGE and in day guests of Mr. and Mrs.]Blew. and Mrs. Douglas Gitlett. Mr. and Mrs. David Dem-[ Lyndell Hanson, Lee Ann[ A dinner was served at doing so has made a giant ClarenceMaag. Mr. andMrs. Mr. andMrs. CliffordMci Mrs. Alice Oglevie of ray attended the Wade [ and Susie Peterson, and Lor-l the Umbenhower home to 45 stride toward controlling one Everett Reed, Mrs. AlcielCune attended the funera Kansas City and Mrs. Lettie a er farm sale near Clay]no Sykes. Mr. and Mrs. Ed[people. Two large birthday of the most devastating Stedmar of Mankato, and services for his brother, Mr. Korb were callers the past Center, Kans Monday. ] Groves greeted the guests at[ cakes were cut and served swine diseases. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz Floyd McCune, at Atchison, week on Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cala-[ the door. [ in the afternoon with coffee. Ristic has developed a and Patty were Friday even-[ Kans on Saturday. Gleason. han were Sunday evening[ Many friends and rela-[ The Lansden family lived killed vaccine that is now ing visitors. Mrs. John Magnusson of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Steier visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy[ tires helped the honored]in Jewell county for many under field test. He believes LaVon Ost, son of Mr. and Formosa, Earl Day and his of Hardy, Nebr were Wed- Brandon. [ couple celebrate. Mr. Estep's] years, in and around Ionia. that it will be available cam- Mrs. Arden Ost, had his feet daughter, Evelyn Whitsel, nesday afternoon visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Loyde[ mother, Mrs. Minnie Estep[They moved to Hamilton mere]ally by next winter. operated on last week in Sa- and Mrs. Law Whitsel and the Homer L. Grubbs home. Beecher of Belleville and Mr.[ was unable to attend. [ County, Nebr in 1920, liv- The vaccine is injected in- lina. He went back to Salina family, all of Lebanon, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harris and Mrs. Perry England[ Relatives attending from a ing around Giltner. They are to the sow 5 weeks before on Monday to have them Alice Oglevie of K.tnsa took Mr. and rMrS. Mack were Sunday dinner guests [,distance were: Mr. and Mrs. now in Fairmont, Nebr. Mr. farrowing, since tests show dressed. City and Miss Grace Cole o Harris for a d 've around of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender.[John Estep of Caldwell, Ida.; Lansden has twelve child- that the TGE antibodies are Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Har- Montrose were callers in the Mankato on Sunday after- Mrs. Joe Reinert and Paul]Mrs. G. R. Scripture and] ren, thirty-eight grandchild- most numerous 5 weeks af- ris and Shelley spent Sunday Arby Cole home the past noon. were Friday evening visitors]Mrs. Ray Abbott and Lori of' ren, and fifty-one great tar a sow received the vac- in Fairbury, Nebr visiting week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Un-/Parma, Ida.; Mr. and Mrs. grandchildren, cine. The antibodies are Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bernard. Mrs. Ralph Cummings and Mr. and Mrs. John Gates derwood and Cheryl. lArch Clegg of Gothenburg,[ passed to the baby pigs Mrs. Robert Korb, Jr spent the weekend with M . spent Saturday in Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers iNebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Denzil through the sows milk. took her mother, Mrs Olive and Mrs. George Nichols in Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thorup were Sunday dinner guests lClegg of Wayne, Nebr.; Mr. Miller, to Grand Island, Manhattan. and Larry of Smith Center, of Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lew-[ and Mrs. Loren Dunbar and NEWSFROMoTHE Nebr on Saturday where Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Deck-Mr. Jens Thorup of Nora, is and family, family of St. Paul, Nebr.; HOME AGENTS DESK she took a train for her home er and Mr. and Mrs. Derald Nebr and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanton Mr. and Mrs. Donald Troudt by Mary Frances Flentie, in Caldwell, Idaho. She will Decker and Cheryl spent Gary Foster and girls of of Glasdo were Saturday af- and sons of Omaha, Nebr.; Home Economics Agent visit in the Dallas Foster home in Wamsutter, Wyo before returning to her home. Mr. and Mrs. James Crow of Nampa, Idaho, were Mon- day morning callers on Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDonnel and Mrs. Lillie Moon. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Marty and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lar- son of Belleville and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lindblad of Courtland were Sundayaf- ternoon guests in the A. D. Aspegren home. Mrs. Don Modlin and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ben- bow attended the funeral services for her uncle, Char- lie Calahan, at Deshler, Neb on Saturday. I Mr. V. L. Hoskins of In- dependence, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Gaffney of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoskins and baby of Belleville, and Mrs. Don Ma- haffy of Mankato were Sat- urday callers at the I. L. Bender home. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ben- nett spent the weekend with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheesman, at Leon- ardville. Mrs. Louis Ohmstede and family of Guide Rock, Mrs. Charles Harris and Mrs. Iva Silsby were Sunday after- noon visitors in the B6yd Silsby home. Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Mohler and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cal- ahan attended the 50th Wed- , ding Anniversary of Mr. and Saturday in Salina visiting in the Gene Whisler home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kiefer and family of Bostwick, Nebr were Thursday even- ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray. Mrs. Will Dillon was a Saturday overnight and Sun- day guest in the Ivan Dillon home at Superior. Mrs. Lela Dillon and Wil- ma and Jennie Huntsinger were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Glov- er at Northbranch. Mrs. Otlie Moon left Wed- nesday to visit her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kenwor- thy, in Des Moines, Iowa. Lester Cook was a Wed- nesday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Perry England. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fogo, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fogo, and Jerry Barnes were Sun- day afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Deane Fogo and family. Mrs. OpaI Tromble was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fogo and Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foster and girlsof Phillipsburg were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Fos- ter in honor of Gary's birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman took Johnny to Franklin Nebr on Friday evening where he Visiteffir tile Em- erald Ost home. Mrs. Lynn Garman and Mrs. Loyde Garman have spent the past week in Grand Island, Nebr where are tO a of FINE IMPORTED and DOMESTIC FABRICS for CUSTOM SUITS OUTER COATS SPORTSWEAR IN OUR STORE Thurs Mar. 17 MEET J. Elliot t Montgomery E. V. PRICE REPRESENTATIVE 6K|LLED IN MEASURINEZ AND STYLE GUIDANCE MORE THAN 500 of the newest suitin for Spring and Summer, from the world s finest, looms, will be on display in large tailor s swatche The values are outstand- ing. Be sure to come in and see them. This is a twice-a-year event! WHY NOT SELECT YOUR NEW CLOTHES NOW? ! Clothes fallomd by E Price & Co. wJ.U= ' Phillipsburg enjoyed a co- operative supper in the Rus- sell Lewis home on Sunday evening in honor of Gary's and Russell's birthdays. Mrs. Jim Rehmert and Jon of Mankato and Mrs. Forrest Howard and Denise were Friday luncheon guests of Mrs. Bill Murray and family at Beloit. Mrs. Lawrence Jones of Northbranch was a Wednes- day afternoon visitor at the Mamie Mullin home. Don Modlin left Sunday for Wichita on a county business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Saturday evening visit- ors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Black at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs: Richard Oli- ver and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Oliver and Rosie, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oliver and family of Manhattan were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oliver and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fullerton and family of Sup- erior were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pixler. Mrs. Alma Gard was ad- mitted to the Belleville has- pital on Monday and under- went surgery on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell spent the weekend in the wendell Snowbarger home at Kinsley, Karts. Mr. and Mrs. LaVon Powell of Hays, Rex and Kent Powell of Denver, Colo Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Burns and family, Jimmy Coast of Cimar- ran, Kans were Sunday af- ternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Such- sland and Sharla were Thursday afternoon callers on Mrs. Howard Royce and Mrs. Myrtle Lowery at Lab- anon. The Kensington Club of Mankato met Thursday with Mrs. Philip Underwood. Mrs. Dwight Underwood and Deb- ra of Belleville were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Un- derwood and Cheryl and Mrs. Paul Hesting and Treva attended the grade school basketball games Saturday evening in Randall. They al- so called at the Gene Barrett home after the ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar George were Sunday, dinner ternoon visitors of his moth- er, Mrs. Ada Stanton. Mrs. Pearl Harris, Mrs. Hazel Harris, Mrs. V. L. Old- field and Mrs. aria William- son enjoyed a drive and viewed the new homes in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Un- derwood were Friday even- ing visitors of Mrs. Ralph Cummings. Mr. and Mrs. George Cor- del and Mrs. Nellie Fogo of Kansas City were Sunday afternoon visitors in the James McCormick home. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dunstan and daughter, Olive June, of Russell, Charlie Russell of Courtland, Kans Mrs. John Magnusson of Formosa, Mrs. Ella Patter- son and daughter, Mrs. Tay- lor Clark, Mrs. Lee Hillery and her mother were callers in the Carold Van Schoiack home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Un- derwood were Sunday even- ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McDill of Man- halo. Mr. McDill had recent- ly returned home from the Concordia hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Such- sland and girls and Mrs. Floyd Myers were Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs. Wilbure Smith and girls at Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Fos- ter were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dav- id Demaray. NOTICE There will be a Legion meeting for special business at the I,egion Hall in Burr Oak on Monday, March 21, at 8:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Art Estep Celebrate Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Art Estep celebrated their Golden An- Mr. and Mrs; A. J. Stayer, Mrs. Albert Stover and Terri and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wenzlick and family, all of Kearney, Nebr.; Mr. Roy Wick and family of Elm Creek, Nebr and Mrs. Mar- tha Troudt of Sutton, Nebr. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends and relatives who helped us celebrate our Golden Anniversary. A spec- ial thanks to all who sent cards and gifts. You all made it a joyful and memor- able day for us. ---Lily and Art Estep. Lansden Reunion Mrs. Lester Umbenhower of Phillips, Nebr and Mrs. Clarence Maag of Burr Oak arranged (by correspon- dence) a family reunion in honor of the 83rd birthday of their father, Claude Lansden of Fairmont, Nebr. Eight of his twelve living children were present. Two sons Lynden of Fort Lauderdale Fla and Dale of Torrington, Wyo and two daughters, Leah Hyatt of Greeley, Colo and Eva Holder of Hobbs, N. M were unable to be pres- e zlt. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lansden of Fairmont, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz and family of Burr Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Max Bowman and fam- ily of Lebanon; Mrs. Velma Agan of Chelan, Wash.; Mrs. Lucille Groves and Mr. Myrle Lansden of Toppenish, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lansden and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hyatt and family of York, Nebr.; Miss Jan]ca Lansden of Fairmont, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Umben- hower, Mr. Delmer Umben- hower and Miss Cheryl Um- benhower of Phillips, Nebr.; niversary with an open Mr. and Mrs. Robert Umben- house at the Union Hotel hower and family of Grand Yearling Ewes: Quality yearling ewes will again be available this spring as a result of the combined efforts of several interested groups working together as the Kansas Quality Sheep Committee. Under the program, good quality yearlings are pur- chased in Texas for produc-, ers in Kansas who wish to! buy good replacement ewes. The sponsorship and ad- ministration of the 1966 pro- gram will be with the Kan- sas Livestock Association. Officials of the Association will work with designated individuals in counties and with others interested in the sheep and wool industry. Farmers desiring to order yearling ewes can do so by contacting A. G. Pickett, Kansas Livestock Associa- tion, State Office Building, Topeka, Kansas 66612, or Ray Hoss, Kansas State Uni- versity, Division of Exten- sion, Umberger Hall, Man- hattan, Kansas 66502. Order blanks may also be secured at the County Extension Of- rice. Orders' stlould" be' placed by April 22. Delivery will be made during the first half of May. Wheat: Generally, the wheat in the county looks real good. The warm weather has caus- ed most of it to break dor- mancy and very little, if any, winter kill is showing up at present. The high winds that we had week before last dam- aged some of the fields and wheat, but for the most part the fields had enough cover to do a dairly decent job of protecting the soil. Even though we haven't Check Stripe Design For Balance Colorful, gay and interest- ins stripes may have an in- fluence as you choose spring signs, balanced and unbal- anced. To tell whether a stripe design is balanced or not, fold the fabric in half along the main or dominant stripe to see if the stripe color and width are the same repeat. If the design, color- ing and width repeat exact- ly, the stripe is balanced. An unbalanced stripe de- sign varies in the pattern, spacing and color. You need special care in layout and cutting a garment from un- balanced stripe design. IlIEW tiny Hearing ~evice gestore~ Your Under. rtandingl Ideal for NERVE DEAFNESS! ~Vear the tiny new Telex ELECTRON EAR n your ear canal and again enjoy clear understanding and good hearing, l'his super-miniature device is self. contained with no tubes, cords at e~ molds to attract attention. ELECTRON EAR restores your ~dl assurance, makes you look ~.ounge0 and feel younger because ~ ~ inconspicuous. You hear with extra clarity beceulr~ the tiny speaker is deep in the eel canal close to your eardrum. Easily placed in the ear o removed at I moments notice. Ask for our representative, Mr. Larry Garman from Phillipsburg at the Correll Hotel in Mankato on Thurs- day, March 24, 9:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. If you can't come in just call for information, : or write to TELEX HEARING AID CENTER 2010 Twelfth, Phone SW 3-8873 Great Bend, Kansas I III Ill Now at Correli guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Wilson and family. The To stop fh s second profit Georges had just returned .- leak, we developed four dif- Restaurant home from a trip to Califor- E[ere'$ t eomplete program for grind- ferent concentrates, each one ma Mrs Max Louder and and m[ m " - "x feed' g that plugs every tailored to the exact needs of family were afternoon call- z ". swine at every cycle of life. - RffN # " owlt tea [ ult steals hog proms ers. ='-. 3. Now we come to the Mrs. Ona Williamson, -- t'- third leak: Most grind and [l$ OPfgl Mrs. Clark Calahan and Mrs. mix programs make recom- Ada Stanton were Wednes- -- "~ ----7 mendations on the basis of FRIED CHICKEN day afternoon visitors of al ProJessional Advisors grain to concentrate ratios at Mrs. W. G. Decker.' different stages of growth. Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDon- These ratios are based on Spec/a//y nel and Mrs Lillie Moon - average grain combinations prepared vi i* pL p[e So first hzng we too, ar across the country. Our Pro- rs of Mr and Mrs Gr ver t year t devel p the Pr fessl na[ was t devel Pfessi nal Mixer Pr gram pin""i Mizner 'Irs Mizner was rotessienal NIixer Program. e new line of soncentrates points specific formulas for " " every conceivable grain corn- able to return home from the Tstin N entt fu.l! [ - n n :lmeX llVegYOn ; Red Cloud hospital on Man- make hile tgin m essential nutrientsareadded- binatiom Every bite is, bal- day morning, found that it Costly--and now unneces- anced correctly. There s nc Mr. and Mrs. Rod Fogo, sible to sarv "ingredients to regulate guesswork.We have prepared i6 Mike and Karen, of Manhat- !" ate eliminated, the most complete manual of tan and Penny Stanton of I Ho,=--" mixingindustry.fOrmulasit is nowin thein feedthe PHWIFryers in:ll th Glasco spent the weekend in / . :- hands of authorized Pmfes- - 7 Tile seconaleak we the Ada Stanton and James 3 - the result of sional Feeds Dealers. Pressure sea " e nat- McCormick homes. Mrs. Nel- ~ thai; are ~ in .uu,up. W~ Or t 0 ~ ~ Ural juices and navors, as- of g nsas City ac-lmost swinefeedin= rewnmg one w con- ~" h . ~ :,:::~!::!iiiii:ii~:~i:;~ Sures a delicious crisp, compa med threar ?e ctO b|g leak a I ::el eo %lirn crunchY,suchas youflav rfUlmay neverg dneSShavc ~~r!iCe~b~il~hhC:~i:~l~~r~a~tl~aS~~ ~Or~]s~nW~ f~eaU~se~s?/~end,enjoyed in before. Try it. We preclict g ] Originally intended to there are three phases from PROFESSIONAl." FEEDS ~, Cordel home. " " h 1 ]be fed choice. Every birth to market Z-: starting, Mrs. Helen McN~c q s, [pore producer knows that a growing and finishing. As a V[rs. Enola Howard, Mrs. I~oneen~at~ to be fed free pig gets bigger, his need for Planning" a Party? Have Lillie Moon and Mr. and ] must contain appetite protein declines, but his need Henny Penny Mrs. Jake McDonnel attend- regllatora. Otherwise the for vitamins and minerals do CHICKEN Family Style ed the 50th Wedding Anni- P]gp o rereat fl e concentrate not decline at a correspond- versary of Mr. and Mrs. Art up. It .m. ing rate. This why a cored Man harD Feed and atthe CORREEL Estep at the Union Hotel in ] . nm e mat tiona promise program, bam * Club Room, Also Carry Superior on Sunday lt r one 3encentrate, cannot Trtle g Se ice o rs. Phone Ivies. Jennie Wilson ofl i Lay the the striped tops of the point in the just as you ped surface tain that matched fall. portions of the Balanced stri rics without nap work with. The evenly spaced and. can folded lengthwise or. cl~ wise when you lay out ]/ pattern. Use the cutti ] out for fabric without nap, Have the correspond]rill pattern notches on i ntica portions of the stripe de igrtn "CA' The package of f esl apples you buy ma~; ~v~ the letters 'CA" stam the outside. Controlled atmosp | CA, means a diffexS~C the flavor, texture. eral quality of the inside this package. have to taste the frui preciate this differen Controlled arm, storage for apples that the aging and ing process that really go through are picked is The apples hibernate; About the time the plies of cold standard storage dwindling and fading, you'll find the trolled atmosphere with their fine market. Mr. & Mrs. Ralph spent the City with their son-in-law, Mr. ; Bert Brown, Jr. Point, Calif. Bert i~ for American Los Angeles and days off. Mr. and Mrs. Davis entertained the Buffalo Roam honor of their birthday. Those were Mr. and Davis of Beloit, Mr. Mrs. Harold Hardy, Neb. and the THIS L ' Fine used and the of the People who under the lots going for Pontiac performance. And If isn't a Pon~ you can still reputation to a| fine used car bt this for a wid : 1965 - Chev. 4 pr. & air 1964 - Pontiat Wagon I air ' 196,1- Pontiac 4 pr. and air 1964 - Chev. 1963 - aids 1961 - Pont pr. and a 1961 -Olds ,1959 - Olds agon 1963. GMi Pickup Some 1963