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Waunita Weir Mrs. Maud Sears was a fltn guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bangerter of Phillipsburg at the Buf- falo Roam Steak House at Patrick. Mrs. Joy Peterson of Jamestown was an after- noon guest. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crick- son and children of Court- land and Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Appleby were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond and children of Webber, in hon- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nelson and family were sup- per guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bucknell of Hardy. Mrs. Walter Hacker and daughter, Cynthia, of For- moso and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson of Court- Mankat0, in observance of or of Randy Erickson's birth- [land spent Sunday at the her 83rd birthday, day. Mrs. Gene Haskins and[home of Mr. and Mrs. Don [ Hettinger and family of Mr, ~and Mrs. Irl Snyder children were afternoon call-[Junction City. Mrs. Hacker were Friday evening visitors ers. of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ap- Mr. and Mrs. John Mag-'is a sister-in-law of Mrs. ~eby. nusson attended a sale in Hettinger. Mrs, Golda Doxon of Burr Oak on Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Great Bend spent Thursday Mrs. Magnusson called on Stafford attended a Civic at the home o~ Mr and Mrs Mr an rb Col . d Mrs. A y e, and Chas. Doxon. Mrs. Elven Mrs. Edith Clark at the Car- Leece of Lovewell was a Fri- old Van Schoiack home. ~y morning caller. Mrs. Roy Weir and Mrs. Mr:. ~nd Mrs. H. G. FmldI Virgil Kerschner of Belle- received word on MondaY]ville were coffee guests Fri- too.ruing, of the aeam or nfiIday afternoon of Mr. and m'omer,m-iaw, t ,ene .larK,[ Mrs Kenneth Huber Sr a resident of the Good Sam- M'r ~ tJ ~ ~:~,A ~; . [ and M,~. ~ ~-~u arltan Home m Superior. Hisland Mrs Cha~ Haut .~n~nt wife was the late Minnie'Wednesday-a-ftern--o-on vis-i't-- Field ing Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nich- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ross ols in Randall and Mr. Roy and family were guests Sun- called Friday afternoon at Field in Jewell. day of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson the home of their son, Mr.[ The Hawthorne Club was Keeler and family. Mrs. Dale Ross, in Con- [ entertained Thursday after- Mr. and Mrs. Garry Keeler cordia, q noon at the home of Mrs. Ila of Manhattan are the par- Mrs, D3n Howland and Nelson, with 14 members ents of a baby girl, Lea ~ughter, Jennifer, and Mr present. Following the reg- Dawn, born Saturday, March and Mrs. Hugo Soder were ular business session, the 12. The grandparents are Mr. Topeka, Friday and Satur- aay, They were visiting Mrs. Howland s daughter, Br;ta Young, who is at KNI. and .Mrs, Soders brotberl : Win, Mallory, who is critic- ally ill at ,*he' Stormon. Vaie Hospital in Topeka. Mrs. Virgil S~dders drove !Colorado Springs, Colo 4 to be with her who is stationed at Ft. Carson, near there. She r~rted that the wind was blowing sand and dust. and : at times she could see only[ a few feet in front of the Later reports said there 80 to 85 mile an winds that day. Mrs. has spent the past mOl~ths with her family, ~Mrs. Herbert Ross, and Laura. Friends of Rev. Stanley Bla k,former pastor of the Formoso Community Church ~ill be pleased to know that ~he will be holding special Evangelistic Services at the ! ptisff Church in Belleville from March 27 to April 3 i lusive. Everyone is en- couraged to attend any time can during that week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman of Barnes, Kans. afternoon cof- Mystery Sisters were reveal- ed, and names drawn for the following year. The guess box, furnished by Mrs. Edna Hughes, was won by Mrs. Connie Smith. Nice refresh- ments were served. Hostess- es for the March 24 meeting will be Mrs. Mabel Sweet and Mrs. Etta Young. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hoard of Courtland were Wednesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ross, Barbara and Laura. Mrs. Cleo Blanding was hostess to the Helping Hand Club on Thursday afternoon. Following the business ses- sion, the afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Shirley Peters became a member of the club. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Sr visited Wednes- day at the Dale Ross home in Concordia. Laveme Fringer received the cash prize at a drawing held Saturday evening at the Formoso Recreation Center. Bowling for the children was Saturday afternoon. James Hoard received the high score, and Carlos Dunigan was second high. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Me- Millan and children of Ran- dall were supper guests on Tuesday evening of Mrs. Wayne Berneking and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oelkers were Friday afternoon visit- ors of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Renken. Mr. and Mrs. Lee David- son spent Sunday evening at the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Erickson, in Scandia. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pow- ell of Mankato were supper guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Keeler. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Amos of Courtland were Wednesday evening visitors. Music Concert, Sunday af- ternoon, at Memorial Hall in Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. George Balch were in Kansas City several days last week on business. Kenneth Huber, Sr at- tended a regular meeting of the Kansas-Nebraska Radio Club in Concordia, Thursday evening. and Mrs. Don Keeler of Der- by, Kans and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Konovalsky of For- moso. Mrs. Anna Kinsey of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler of Formoso are the great grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Floretl were Sunday dinner gues.ts of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Henry near Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Volker and family were Sunday din- ner guests of Mrs. Georgia Stafford and Mrs. Theresa Howell and Jim. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Strait and daughters of Scandia. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Studer were coffee guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Studer and daughters. Mrs. Ethel Clark and Miss Sarah Baird were Saturday afternoon callers of Mrs. Bertha Greenberg and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Doxon. Mrs. W e ch: the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lindblade of Courtland. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Wisegarver of Anthony, Karts were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Field and Steve from Monday evening until Wednesday. On Tues- day evening the group, in- cluding Mrs. Isis Bowles, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wybern Berneking, Jayne, a roommate of when the ladies ats in the St. Jos- ital at Concordia. Mrs. Carl Florell! surprised on when members of & i Club and their arrived at noon pot luck dinner. , attending were: Mr. t ~rs. Keith Conn, Mr. Mrs Earl Tobias, Mr. mr Wanklyn, Mrs. Howard Pat- Mr. and Mrs. , Kadel. Other guests "Mr. and Mrs. Elmer telephones can be located wherever you need them. No more just reach when the phone rings. Save steps and add personal " to your home. The cost for extensions is just a fraction of service. Be a step-saver. Call the telephone business office telehone serviceman. / i 3ewell Co. Record Ks. Tm Terri and Kirk. Steve Fieldl Young, Jeffery James, Mich- was answered by "A School- showed films of pictures of[ scenes taken in Viet Nam. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Mrs. Helen Uzdill and Don of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kingsley were Sun- day evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris. Mrs. Taylor Clark and Mrs. Elmer Nelson attended a cradle shower in Court- land on Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Leo Gritten, formerly Viola Halleck of Republic. Mrs. Maude Howland and Mrs. Taylor Clark were guests of the Needle Craft Club held at the home of Mrs. Ella Patterson in Court- land on Wednesday after- noon. Mrs. Ella Patterson of Courtland and Mrs. Taylor Clark drove to Burr Oak on Friday and visited Mrs. Pat- terson's mother, Mrs. Edythe Clark, at the Van Schoiack home. Mrs. Cleo Blanding spent the weekend at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blanding and daughters, of Stafford, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaac- son spent a few days last week with relatives and friends at Minden, Axtelt, and Holdrege, Nebr. The H. D. U. Fun Night was held Saturday evening at the Formoso Auditorium, with a pot luck supper. Sev- eral guests were invited. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meeker of Mankato were Sunday afternoon and even- ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson. The regular meeting of the Rebekah Lodge was held on Thursday evening at the hall. Following the business meeting, lunch was served by Mrs. Margaret Gertson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Jr and children of Burr Oak spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohler, and were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Sr. March 7. Saturday night and Sun- day morning guests of Lorel Temple, in celebration of Lorel's 18th birthday, were Misses Eva Landis and Elaine Larson of Courtland. Members of the Formoso Community Church Youth Fellowship rehearsed Sun- day evening for the Lenten season play, "The Challenge of the Cross". The play, un- der the direction of Mrs. Paul Temple, is scheduled to be presented on Palm Sun- day, April 3. "Frosty" Hello, have you missed my items? Claude and I re- turned home Thursday noon after a vacation trip to Cali- fornia. We drove to Kansas City where we were joined by Glenda and boarded a jet plane for San Francisco, where my sister met us. We spent 10 days visiting and sightseeing. We toured the Ford assembly plant where 48 Mustangs are completed each hour. One day we drove to Santa Cruz to visit the beach and see all the fishing vessels. It was windy so not many were out to fish. We took a tour around taken on a tour of a big win- cry, and spent our last even- ing there by eating out at a restaurant halfway up Mount Hamilton, and saw all the lights of the valley which is a sight to behold. Rev. and Mrs. Jim Iwig (Myrna Dodd) of Naperville, Ill are the happy parents of a baby daughter, Christin Rhae, born March 13. Mr. had a project talk. Dorothea Sitsby showed some movie pictures of Kansas. John and Erma Dillon entertained the group by playing Tonettes. LaVeta Winslow gave a talk on Rabies. Betty Wallace presented a talk on Parlia- mentary Procedure. Glenn Wallace acted as president and Doyle Silsby as vice- president. Cindy Winslow and Eugene Glover had charge of the refreshments, which were doughnuts and CoCoa. --Wanda Glover, Rep. Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Ralph~Dyas of Lansing, Mich and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Payne were recent callers at the A. R.~ Jacobson home. Mrs. Lyman Rightmeier spent Tuesday night and Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rightmeier at Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hancock and family at Plainville. Community Club met on Thursday afternoon with Grace Cole. Thirteen mem- bers were present. The next meeting will be March 24' with Agnes Cusic. P~aymond Ferron of Con- cordia was a Thursday over- night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haegert. Bridge Club met Friday night at the J. C. Smith home. Little Kevin Fall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fall, is a patient in the Belleville hospital. He has the flu and an ear infection. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sills and family of Manhattan spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fuller- Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brown and Jakie Miller of Enterprise, Kans and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jessup of Lebanon were Saturday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Fullerton. Kent Slaughter visited his sister, Mrs. Cline Clingman and daughter, at Portis on Sunday. Hugh Cusic was admitted to the Belleville hospital on Monday for surgery. Grace Cole spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole at Burr Oak'. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Slaugh- ter and Mrs. Inez Anderson of Mankato were Sunday dinner guests of Zella and Ivan Slaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dempsey and "Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Marr Dempsey and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. For- rest Dempsey and family, Mrs. Denny Murray and Brian, Miss Connie Faulke and Miss Joan Whipple were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dempsey. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sills andI family and Mrs. Quincy Sills ] were afternoon callers. [ Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jacob-] son called on Mr. and Mrs. I Marion Matter at Jewell on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bangs visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Murray and family at Mar- quette, Kans Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hold- ren, Betty and Janet, Mr. and Mrs: Bill Hodgins and~ family of Bellewl!e, and Mrs. Dwight Frost of Esbon were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lulu Jaeobs and Leo. Would You Like To Con- tribute To The Heart Fund? This was the question ask- ed to many people Saturday, March 15, when the North- branch Busy Bees solicited for the Heart Fund. The members met at John Dil- lons at 1:30, and every car load went a different direc- tion. Then we met at John Dillons for refreshments at 3:00. --Wanda Glover, Rep. Visiitng hours: 10:00-11:00 A. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:00- 8:00 P. M. Mr. Lon Solomon called Tuesday on Mr. Zay Vermil- lion. Visitors of Mrs. Mattie Metz last week were and Mrs. Clare E. Jewell and Mrs. Will gren. Mrs. Donna Darr, Marie and Harry James, turned to their home in lahoma City, Okla day after spending time with her parents, and Mrs. Harry Wilbock other relatives and Mrs. Jack Blair visited grandfather, Mr. Graham, Friday afternoon. Miss Alice Ferguson a Tuesday dinner her brother, Mr. John guson, and Mrs. FergusOrL Mrs. John Hitz has frequent calls on her Mr. Zay Vermillion. Pearl Fisher came with Sunday afternoon. Miss Alice Sellhorn companied Mr. and Lewis Stafford to Beloit Thursday morning and dinner with her mother Louise Sellhorn. Mrs. Lee Shirley Friday evening caller father, Mr. A. F. Mr. Dean Barrett Jamestown visited his n er, Mrs. Minnie Barrett, q Sunday. Saturday evening visi of Mr. Charles Graham Mr. and Mrs. Murrell ham and Mr. and Mrs. Blair, Barbie, Mary Carole Sue and Ricky Mr. and Mrs. John on called Sunday on his sister, Miss ALice guson. We express our to Mrs. Perry Kier for "Upper Room" booklets. "Mr. and Mrs. beck attended the Mr. Ed Hobbs in Kans Saturday. Mr. was a brother-in-law of WilbecK. Rev. and Mrs. Ross conducted the Sunday noon, March 13, church vice here. We especially joyed the special They sang "How Great Art!" Mrs. Mahin's solo was entitled "There A Golden Tomorrow". minister also recited a about "Jonah". Flowers were from the Henry Ahrens ily. Mrs. Emit Beloit and Mrs. Ralph son of Red Cloud, were Sunday dinner of Mr. and Mrs. ningsen at the Mrs. Maude Howland was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce How- land. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Field and Mr. Chas. Hout. Mrs. Mabel Hyde and Mr. Elmer Isaacson of Osborne, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur of Courtland called afternoon on Mrs. Grace Hyde and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Emigh spent the weekend at the home of their daughter; Mrs. Bud McGeary, Mr. Mc- Geary, and daughters in Wichita. The Past Sixteen Pinochle Club met Wednesday even- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kingsley. Invited guests were Cleo Blanding, Isis Bowles, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris. Refresh- ments were served by the hosts. Mrs. Vivian Payne was hostess to the Double Six Club held at her home Fri- day afternoon, with 8 mem- bers present. Roll call was answered with "A House- keeping Job That I Enjoy". Mrs. Margaret Keeler was presented a beautiful 50th Wedding Anniversary gift from the club. The hostess served a nice lunch on trays decorated with St. Patrick's :favors Lyle Baskins spent several Lebanon last Thursday. They had a cooperative dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florel of Formoso were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Henry. Mrs. Betty Fogo spent Sunday evening with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beam, while the children at- tended Youth Fellowship. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frost called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hand in Lebanon, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Tom Palmer and children of Topeka are helping out in the home while Florence has her leg in the cast. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hawk- ins spent Wednesday even- ing in the Leland Frost home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Henry spent Saturday at Osborne with Mrs. Harold Schroder and Mrs. Vic Gregory. Vic Gregory is undergoing tests and examinations at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. Miss Lillie Patnode ac- compan, ied Mrs. Glenn Jones to Superior to visit Mrs. Ora Frye and other friends at the Good Samaritan Home. Mrs. O. A. Baird spent last week with her granddaugh- ter, Mrs. Melvin Shipley and family. The Shipleys took her to Jewell on Sunday and had dinner with the MacAla- veys. Happy Hour Club met on days last week in the St. March 3 with Ione Shipley. Joseph's Hospital at Concor- Due to the absence of the dia for observation and[ president and secretary tests. Lyle is employed at the Glen Elder dam project. Mr. and Mrs. Hamer Axel- son of Mankato were visitors Saturday afternoon of Miss Florence Nelson. Mrs. Etta Young, Mrs. Emma Joerg, Mrs. Amelia Brewer and Mrs. Margaret Gertson were Saturday even- ing guests of Mrs. Laura Kingsley, and enjoyed color television. Tim Marble has gone to Wichita to spend a few days with his children. Guests at a birthday party for Stephen Temple on Sun- of last week :here was no business Nine nembers were present. The ~ext meeting will be with Nina Beam on March 23. Our congratulations to the Esbon Grade School basket- ball team for winning first place in their tournament Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ship- ley and family and Mrs. Hazel Shipley and Maxine visited Bill Franklin and his mother Sunday evening. The Morns and Pops Meeting The Nol braneh Bees 4,H Club met March As we are quitting the farm, we will sell at public auction at the farm 1 mile south of the east edge of Gaylord, Kansas, on county highway 661, or 9 miles south, 3 miles west and 1 mile south of Smith Center, Kansas, on -- Commencing promptly at 10:00 a.m the following described items m 236 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK This is all good, clean livestock 33 Registered Polled Hereford CATTLE 15 Registered cows with calves by side, papers furnished; 4 re- gistered cows, to calf later, with papers; 3 registered 2-year-old heifers, will calf later, with pa- pers; 8 Hereford cows with calves by side, no papers; 1 re, gistered Polled Hereford bull, 4 years old, with papers; 2 regis- tered Folled Hereford bulls, 2 years old, with papers. These cattle are all of good age. Cattle vaccinated for lepto and blackleg. Cows are calfhood va- cinnated for Bangs. 179 Head Hamp Duroc Cross Hogs 5 Hamp-sows with pigs by side, 3 to 6 weeks old; 5 Hamp Duroc cross bred gilts, to farrow last of April; 13 Hamp Duroc cross sows, to farrow within the next 3 months; 20 Hamp DUroc feeder pigs, weight approx- imately 125 pounds; 50 Hamp Duroc cross feeder pigs, wt. ap- proximately 75 lbs.; 27 Hamp Duroc cross feeder pigs, weight approximately 35 lbs.; 32 Hamp Duroc cross feeder pigs, wt. ap- proximately 25 pounds; 26 Hamp Duroc cross feeder pigs, wt. proximately 50 lbs. 1 Duroc boar, 1 year old, ready fo.r service. Hogs are vaccinated eyrsipelus and lepto. SADDLE PONY, 8 years old, good kid pony. MACHINERY GRAIN & FEED IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT MILKING EQUIPMENT TRUCK AND TRAILERS Miscellaneous and Shop Tooht Vet-Animal Supplies HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Terms of Sale: Cash. No property to be removed until settled Not responsible in case of accident. This is a large sale so will start promptly at 10:00 a. m. Lunch will be served on grounds by Eastern Star Ladies of Gaylord. GeorgeDtmtz & Eugene Cole, Auctionee i:!, !'I