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Jewell Co. Record, Mankato, Ks. Harry Sutliff Cecil called Thursday after- noon on Mrs. Grace Ha- worth, and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Allen called Friday evening Friday, April i. Mr. and Mrs. David Kellum, missionaries home on furlough from Bur- undi, Africa, are to be the speakers. devotions by Rev. Michael l|~U~|| [~[I~]~/ were enjoyed by all. The[ JLVV LIbL ~UISUI] l 1 Woerners recently moved[ r,~lv~wsAwv~ to their farm south of the[|]||]K/H||ll,hlq" Olive Hill Church. /wvv===A=vv~'~ 25-4-8. James F. Riley et ux to City of Jewell; Pt. SE ~ 25- 4-8. Pete F. Smith et ux to March 17 1966 Diane Grout, Marilyn Ham- ilton, Gaye Hancock, Rose Ann Neeper, Debra Neilson, Lynn Newell, Paula Right- meier, Sheryl Ann Rose, thur Cockroft and Janitor, Mr. and Mrs. Dearie Fogo and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey and John, Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Mich- Mrs. Grace Darwin of Mrs. Charles Hansen and and Mrs. Arthur Allen J tsume KOCK, ~Jay uarwm daughter, Fonda, of Kansas ea nome ~uesaay ar- ' 11 endin- some time in and Florence Clark ca ed City are visiting her parents, " "i [Saturday evening on Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Win- ~W on a vacation ~r p r" :~ .~ . - ~r~e~en iVlC!NiCnOlS ano role - slow, and other relatives. soum m me winter. ~ . " . end Mrs More of For I rill. Mrs. Darwin and Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Warn- 2 ," - i McNichols are sisters er, his mother, Dora Warner, nave been nelpmg me m for a few da's TheI Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Lamb and Edith Folger enjoyed a : ~ - "" Y~' Mr I and girls of Clay Center, weekend visit with their son, r~ S tOOK ivlr. ana s to Balckow Saturday, ~ans were guests baturflay Mr. and Mrs. Clarence War- " " ' "h ir newI evening of Mr and Mrs. ner and daughter, at Enid, al to get t e . . " Okla. Clarence is a science truck [CurUs Terrfll and children. ' Marcia Wilson spent Wed- teacher at the college there. Mrs.Helen McNichols ac- . " W with Marcia Ruth Dillon is staying nesaay mg t ~pamed Mr. and Mrs. ano~,r~.~,ls with Mrs. Lena Harris at i'lie aKe rcicuonnei, mrs. L l ~oon and Mrs. Enola How- Clifford Cle.ment. spent Red Cloud since leaving the ard to Superior, Sunday, to, ThUwrSldaYci~c?d~?h:nme the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pugh ~tend the 50th Wedding4 M~ o,a " visited their son, Eldon Pugh of Mr. and Mrs ' ~"'~']'ril~'~l~'~" Mu~tDv:~tttr[::n and family, at Belleville. Arnt~e[sary'~" J'" I ori Mr and Mrs Paul Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. Claude r. Clifford Clements ofi Boyles from Olive Hill at- rer spent some time at --T--- tended church here Sunday home of his daughter,[ I.llllm.lll morning. and Mrs. Keith Terrillt tllllidl "---- girls. I Edith Folger William Earl Allen and Mrs. R. K. Voss ittan called Thurs- Paul Burnett, pastor of the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Allen afternoon on Mr. and Friends Church at Emporia, of Lebanon are the proud Claude Boyles. plans to be here for special parents of a son born Feb. s. Alice Oglevie of meetings commencing Mon- 23. The young man weighed as City was a dinner day night, Mar. 21, and run-6 lbs. and 10 oz and was Wednesday of Mrs ning over Sunday, Mar. 27, named William Earl. Billy Korb at Zetta's Care.each evening at 7:30. Every- has a brother, Paul, 8 years Anna Ruhn of Belle- one welcome, old, a sister, Mary Ann, 7 andMinnie Sutliffwere A very nice Monday years old, and two half- er guests Thursday of morning after quiet, season- brothers, Kennyof Hays and Korb at the Dinner Bell able weather last week. Eddie of Lebanon. Grandpar- About 24 ladies enjoyed ents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Mrs. Claude the Women's Missionary Allen of Lebanon and Mr. attended the 50th Meeting at Mrs. Everett Jef- and Mrs. Vernon Nolter of Anniversary of Mr. ferys last Thursday after- Esbon. Great grandmothers Mrs. Art Estep at Sup- noon. Plans were made for are Mrs. Effie Allen of Leb- the Regional Missionary anon, Mrs. Florence Noller S. Alice Rinard and Conference tube held here of Esbon, and Mrs. Sadie .--.---- -- -- Gallivan of Denver, Colo. Nit " "--- rrl$on SAID THAT Mrs. Marshall Bishop The Harrison Extension Club members and their hus- bands enjoyed a dinner Mon- day evening at the Frontier Cafe in Mankato. Mrs. Elmer Meade and children of Columbus, Ohio, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clare SchUster and family, Mrs. Paul Blackstone re- ceived word Monday that her brother, Mr. Henning Hedlund of Cadillac, Mich THIS: Don't let a simple cold or virus had passed away. The Paulette Circle of the Olive Hill Missionary Fel drag you down. A prompt prescription lowship met Tuesday after- drugs will shorten the di Qmfort noon with Mrs. Hattie Ahr- ens,the -Dorcas Circle with loss of energy and time. Mrs. Ralph Dye, and the j West Side Circle met with Mrs. Vernon Stone. KANSAS SINK IN DOUBLE DRAIN AND SINGLE DRAINS in use all the time. You wish the best. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall l]~J~U[~ Bishop spent Saturday night l |IL Vl I0 with their daughter, Mrs.[ James Garman, James and ' girls, of Bladen. They and Judicial Cases: the Garmans were Sunday. Frederick L. A!exander: dinner guests of Mr. and ~mproper passing, :~lo.oo ana Mrs. Billy Bishop: costs. Mr. and Mrs Carl Ross Loren D. Krase, disobey- and Ruth Ann called on his ing stop sign, $10.00 and mother, Mrs. Atta Ross at costs. the Good Samaritan Home in Harley J. Wilson, speed- Superior, Sunday afternoon, ing, $15.00 and costs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black- Ronald L. Price, no daily stone called Thursday even- log entry this date, $5.00 ing on Mr. and Mrs. Iliff and costs. Banks. Othmer J. Sehnuettgen, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall driving left of center, $10.00 Bishop called on Mr. Leon and costs. Walker and Mrs. Atta Ross Harris G. Whitehead, at the Good Samaritan speeding, $30.00 and costs. Home in Superior, Sunday Glenn E. Grout, failure to afternoon, display current registration --- plate, $5.00 and costs. Burr Oak Man Will Be --- Instructor At KU An accident occurred Fri- Guy V. Oldfield, a 1959 graduate of Burr Oak high school, has accepted a teach- ing position in the depart- ment of Radiation Biophy- sics at the University of Kansas. He received his Bachelor's degree from the Kansas State Teachers College, Em- poria, in 1963. He has been a health phy- sicist for the Radiological health section, Kansas State Department of Health, To- peka. Sinco August, Old- field has been working to- ward a master's degree at the University of Michigan, school of Public Health. He will do public health field work. this summer at the Argonne National Labor- atories, Chicago. He has attended learning seminars at Oak Ridge Na- tional Laboratories in Ten- nessee, Argonne National Laboratories in Chicago, & Bethesda National Environ- mental Health Institute in Maryland. Mr. Oldfield is married & has two children. His wife is the former Mary Ellen Malone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Malone of Blaine, Kansas. Their children are Seana Michelle, 21~ and Guy Brian, 1 . The family will move to Lawrence in Sept- ember. Guy is the son of Mr. & Mrs. V. L. Oldfield and the grandson of Mrs. Ona Wil: liamson. Mr. and Mrs. Ardean Dil- .~. Several from this com- lon and daughters of Con- munity attended the 50th'cordia spent Sunday at the Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. I Clarence Blaylock home. Mr. Art Estep at the Union Hotel[ and Mrs. Wayne Blaylock in Superior, Sunday after-[ were evening visitors. noon. I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black-I C.W.C. will meet Thurs- stone were Tuesday evening lday' March 17, with Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd i Lyman Hansen. Davis. Fifty neighbors called on Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woer- net and son Friday evening. Games, group singing and day, March 11, 4:00 p.m 14 miles west and 12 miles south of Mankato on the Dentonia road, Mrs. Betty N. Schoen of Cawker City, driving a 1965 Pontiac, and Gertrude Dewaard of Downs, driving a 1964 Chevrolet, collided at the intersection. It was estimated there was $1200 damage to the Schoen vehicle and $1500 damage to the Dewaard vehicle. Betty Schoen received some bruis- e~ and abrasions. Gertrude Dewaard received bruises and abrasions and was taken to the Beloit hospital. Real Estate Transfers: Ray G. Befort et ux to Ivan Johanek et al; W of SW% 29-3-10. Arthur C. Lichty et ux to Frank F. Folsom et ux; Lots 10-11-12 B-28 Jewell City Ida L. Rathbun (s) to Paul Rathbun; NW consisting Lots 3-4-5-6 in 6-1-6. Cleo V. Hale et al to Dwayne M. Dahl et ux; Lots 1-2-7-8 in 1-1-6. Donald Schmidt et ux to Lee Hooton; Lots 1-23 B-5 Ionia. Birdie M. Blair (s) to Blaine W. Blair et ux; Part (NW~ NW ) 32-1-7. N. O. Marshall et ux to H. G. Frear; (SEIA) (SE1A SW ) 29-1-7; (NE ) (E NW ) 32-1-7. Florence I. Nelson (s) to City of Jewell; Pts. NE1A 36- 4-8. Oliver J. Burks et ux to City of Jewell; Pts. NE 36- 4-8. Pid Jones et al to City of Jewell; Pt. SE 25-4-8. Velva M. Wesselowski (s) to City of Jewell; Pts. SE 25-4-8. Emma B. McCracken (s) to City of Jewell; Pt. lot 6 B-8 Jewell City. Velva M. Wesselowski (s) to City of Jewell; Pt. SE TOILET COMBINATIONS enamel adds to the beauty of your your home LAVATORIES to match your other fixtures DRAIN SINK CABINETS with spray faucets to match WATER HEATERS armonize in color to match your other fixtures FIXTURES ALL PRICED VERY -- QUALITY CONSIDERED .rm weather is bicycle time. The best chine for the young is a bicycle ) SEED For SI RING PLANTING good garden, use good seed, it pays. TENTS WITH METAL POLES your folks at home, for a way to xercise and preserve health. OVEN GAS RANGE ears and worthwhile savings in operating costs ELECTRIC RANGES any size you wish ,UNTY'S OLDEST STORE A you can Investors a month !* Now you car/ accumulate mutual fund shares on a reg- ular monthly payment plan to fit your family budget. With payments of $20 a month--*after an initial $40 payment--you can ac- quire shares of Investors Stock Fund. This is a mutual fund de- signed to provide long-term capital appreciation possi- bilities as well as a reason- able income, For full details (prospec- tuses) of Investors Stock Fund and the new Investors Accumulation Plan-- MAN TODAY 1 f ALBERT WAUGH 214 N.-Walnut, Beloit, Kin.: CrarS ' 1966 IMPALA SPORTCOUPE, Maroon color, loaded with accessories; 3,000 actual miles; save a bunch; new car warranty. 1966 FORD Mustang; new; save 300.00; new car warranty. 1965 OLDS 98, Holiday Sport Sedan; loaded; air and all; one local owner. 1965 OLDS 4 dr. Holiday 88; 1 local owner; like new 1965 CHEV. BA 4 dr. Sedan V-8, AT, white, sharp. 1965 CHEV. Impala 4 dr. HT never been titled; new car warranty. 1964 BUICK WILDCAT 4 DR. air and all. 1964 OLDS 88 Holiday; PS, PB, air; new tires; like new all over. 1964 OLDS 88 Holiday Cpe.; PS; PB; air; sharp; 1 local owner. 1964 CHEV. BA, 4 dr. sedan; PS; PB; factory air; 1 local owner. 1983 FORD Galaxie 500; V8; AT; Really nice. 1982 CHEV. BA. 4 dr.; V8; AT; 32,000 actual miles; a nice ear. 1962 CHEVROLET 4-dr. Station Wagon; 6 cyl Std. transmission; economy special; nice car. 1961 OLDS Super 4-dr. air and all, like new. 1960 CHEV. Impala 4-dr. HT, V8; Std. trans double sharp. 1959 BUICK LeSABRE; 4 dr.; really a good car. MANY OTHER CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 1965 CHEV. Ton; long wide box; 4 speed. 1964 CHEVROLET % ton wide box; VT; 4 speed. 1961 GMC ton Heavy Duty, V-6; 4 speed. 1959 CHEV. 2 ton box and hoist; 2 speed. 1958 CHEVROLET 13'6" Knapheide Box and Rack 1959 CHEVROLET 1 ton Duals I0' Box, Rack and Hoist. SEVERAL OTHER TRUCKS AND PICKUPS # Max Dudley, Howard Reeee, Lyndon Booz SALESMEN: Bill Ludwig, Orval Range, John DIAL 751-4311 CAWKER CITY, KANSAS City of Jewell; Pts. NE Susan Rourke, Susan Seirer, ael and girls, Mr. and Mrs. 36-4-8. Dorothea Weltmer, Wade Roger Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Alexander, Jack Beck, Clare Schuster and Carla Accord to Sheriff Charles Billy Blackwood, Scott Henderson, Mrs. Jim Stone Murray, statistcis show that Hamilton, Gary Hodges, and Jim, Jr Mrs. Vernon most fatalities in traffic ac- Danny Kennedy, Steven Mc- Stone and Dennis, Mrs. Ads cidents occurred in 1965 on Atee, Mark Munsey, Harlan Warren, and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday and Sunday morn- Noble, Terry Ortman, Roger Mitchell Woerner. ings between 12:00 to 2:00. Wagner, Mark Thomas, Delicious refreshments Too, a large percentage of Lawrence Hull, Lynette were served. accidents occur within 20 Lehrling, Terry June Wyatt, --~-- miles of home. Donnie Morrelt, and Leslie White Rock Social Club Morrell. Of,f,~eof Co. Supt.: A very interesting grade The White Rock Social ~ ramcK t~enry mought school basketball tourna- Club enjoyed an especially that taxation without repre- ment was held in Randall interesting as well as educa- sentation was so terrible, he March 10 and 12. A largel Uonal evening, due to the ought to see it now with representation from the four courtesy and kindness of representatmn!!! The Pan- schools, Esbon, Burr Oak, Mrs. Katie Spachek, who ther, Randall, Kans. ] Jewell and Randall, witness-showed her slides of Hawaii. Visitors in our office last led the fine ~laving. Esbon[Mrs. Inez McCary was also week were: Bill Conner,]won the Class ~A and Class[a welcome visitor. The cus- Adm Mankato Schools; Jim B was won by Burr Oak. The~ tomary pot luck supper was Murray, Mankato; Dr. Wm. warm-up suits worn by Es- much enjoyed. The last Moe, Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. bun team were some of the meeting of the current year and Mrs. Dan Pettit, Burr nicest we have ever seen. It~ will be held April 4, with Oak; Mrs. Edith Glover, Burr was a parade in itself, election of officers, and Bert Oak; Lieut. Lawrence E. Smith, Little Rock, Ark.; Mrs. Chas. Underwood, Es- bun; Mrs. Forrest Howard, Burr Oak; Harold Morris, Formoso; Ralph Anderson, Randall; Virgil Flinn, Beloit; Loren Mahin, Randall; Mrs. Cecil Clark and Mrs. Charles Watson, Formoso; Leo Bass, Adm Jewell schools; and Mrs. Deane Fogo, Mankato. Last week's visit included the Mankato 5th grade and teacher, Mrs. Thelma Proc- tor. Fine aids observed were "Launch Out In Good Spel- ling", "How DO You Star In The Quiz Corner", "Foil Tooling', etc. Sheryl Ann Rose and Billy Blackwood gave us additional needed information. Mrs. Carl McElroy is o~e of the school's group of ef- ficient teaching helpers. We knew her father, Roy Smith, when he was Washington, Kans School principal and Mrs. Westin was a member of his faculty. Only a few principals of dozens that we have been in contact with had his success in his work with students, teachers and parents. Mrs. McElroy has many of his fine qualities. The following are enrolled in the fifth grade at Man- kato: Adrienne Anderson, Carole Sue Blair, Sherrilyn Conner, Margaret Eilert Henrys and Boyd Silsbys as Surprise Housewarming hosts. --Aurelia Shook, PRC" Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie ~" Woerner and Arnold, whoI Mr. and Mrs. Gary Noller, recently moved into theI Theresa and Michael, of Red Olive Hill community, were lCloud had a birthday I~rty pleasantly surpriseo FridayI for Mr. and Mrs. Vernon* evening. This was sponsored] Noller. Cake and ice cream. by the young people's class were enjoyed by Mr. and of the Olive Hill Church. Mrs. Don Allen, Paul, Mary The group consisted of 50 Ann and Billy, of Leba~on;[ friends, relatives and neigh- Mr. and Mrs. Sherm Wo~- bors, The evening was spent map of Inavale, Nebr Mr.' playing games, special vocal and Mrs. Vernon Noller and music numbers, devotions, Mrs. Florence Noller of Esr and group singing, bon, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Those present were: Mr. Noller, Bradley and Kimber- and Mrs. Paul Blackstone, ly, of Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blauvelt, ~ : Mrs. Golda Broyles, Mr. andDavid Tyrell wa~ home Mrs. Marshall Bishoo, Bill over the weeeknd from Fort Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Hays State College. =i A Family rbu 11 Never i' )rgct! Llihose Callom ] TECHNICOLOR* i ~ starring ~ BRANDON WALTER ED lEITH. MI LfS. de WILDE" BREN NAN .WYN N: UTE THEATRE, MANKATO Friday, Saturday, Sunday, March 18-19-20 March Winds, April Showers, and Income Tax It may be that with Tax Time bearing down, you find the need of extra cash to meet all your current obligations. If so, remmber you have friends at the The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY ESTABLISHED 1883 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F D.I.C. Since 1933 i t t