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r I AGE 2B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD MANKATO KANSAS @ THURSDAY, MARCH 23 Mrs. R. Avison Mrs. C. R. Brown of Man- kate was a Tuesday dinner guest of Mrs. R. Arisen and Shirley. Mrs. Alma Kennedy spent Sunday, March 12th, at the Laverne Haegert home tit Montrose, Mr. and Mrs. George Shipley of Fleressant, Colo. called on Mrs. Hazel Shipley and Maxine Tuesday afternoon. E,H.U. met Tuesday after noon with Mrs. Lula Sharp. Mrs. Raymond Griffith and Mrs. Merle Lewis attended a sale at Superior Wednesday. Janet stayed tit Shipley's. Lester Barnette of Lehanon and Ira Barnette of Burr Oak were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kenm, dy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ousey el Aurora, Nebr. are the proud parents of a son born at mid night, March 12-13. Site was formerly Susie Rogers. Mrs. Earl Enyeart was in Mankato Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fogd, Steven and Randy and Mrs Alma Kennedy drove to Wich ira Thursday afternoon and visited the Buss Keen family. Don and Irma took Steven to the K. C. Medical Center Fri day for his check up. Arden Rogers is in the Au terra hospital with pneumonia. Daryl Bellew and Miehelle, his mother and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Beilew of Grand Island let't Friday evening for Tope ka to spend the weekend at the Wilber Bellew home. Rev. Trott of Ionia called at the Enyeart home Saturday ilf ternoon. I~oward Cole and Guy BaP were in Mankato Thursday af terfloon. Callers at the Patnode home Sunday afternoon were Mr'. and Mrs. Snow of Phillipsburg and Denny Molzohn of Nurea tur, and Mr. and Mrs. Charley McCarty and George Nolan oJ California. The Lions Club will sponsor an Easter Egg ttunt March 25 (Saturday) at 2:00 p.m Kindergarten through 4th grades meet at the barber shop. Mrs. Katie Mendenhall was in Mankato Thursday on bust- seas and came home through Burr Oak to see Cleveland. Mrs( )J~ary Henderson of Colorado Springs and Mrs. Rosemary..~l son and Mrs. Grac Tehornton of Cole rado Springs b~aught Grand ma HaJny home Friday and Mrs. ,Thornton will vi,~it her brothers, H. E. and O.R Avi- son and will go ~ to Chanutel to visit her son, Dale. Mrs, C. Summers }if Mr. and Mrs Clarence lens- by and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Leece and Bernard were Wednesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin. Myron Intermill and Dale Crispin attended a banquet in Be4oit Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Under- kofler of Beloit were Monday evening supper guests at the home o~ ~ai~e Tlptons. MIM Ru~Z~ath~n and Mrs, Ella Summers visited~ Friday at the Dwight Marr home. ~. PUb ladies met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Sam Beh. rendS. Mrs. Marvin Webber was c0-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed and Dennis ate supper Sundlty eventflg with Mrs. Bernice Reed ,in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross of Mankato and Dick Beekins were SUnday dinner guests at Myron Intermill's. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Blake and son of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Horn and Pie Lee of Glasco were Sunday dinner guests at Wayne Tip toll'S. Mrs. Marvin Webber and Mrs. Paul Rathbun called on Mrs. elite Crispin in Superior Tuesday afternoon. ltd, arid Mrs. Dale Crispin were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs, OIlie Urispin in Su. peril. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kleckner, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leeee and Bernard were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Ira Klackner in Superior. They helped Ira celebrate his birth- day which was March 16th. Miss Helen Lewis and Mr. mid Mrs, Cliff McKeown of Su0erior were Wednesday ev- eming trapper guests at Tom McKaown's. Ml$s Ruth Rathbun was an overnight guest Wednesday of Me. and Mrs. Ed Mueller in Naleon, Patricia ' ntermiU came on Friday from Manhattan ta spend her Easter vacation with l home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKe- own and family were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David l)emaray. Home Towner Monday morning, March 20. A bright sun shining. The mor sing at 6 o'clock was darkened by a heavy fog and a 30 de gree temperature with the wind made the cold penetrat- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bag- Icy and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Erickson of Superior visited it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Ayers drove to Tescott to see his nether who has bt,en ill. A brother, ])on Ayers, from Den Iver also came Friday to see this mother. Mr. Tom Myers spent a short time in the Brodstone hospital last week for a health check-up. Ite makes his home with his daughter, Mrs. ])onna Marr. Fred Ross has not been too well the past week as the re ;ull, of high bh)od l)erssure. Ills two daughters, Evalyn 2onnell, of Wichita and Arma jean Whitney, of Superior have )een helping with the work al the Ross home. Mrs. I)elia Heldt and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanshury drove o Repul)lic Snnday to see their sister, Mrs. Eunice Haney and vh'. Ihmey. On arriving there they fonnd their brother, John Osl)oz'm,, and wife had l, aken [heir dinner and were having dinner with the lhmeys. Mrs. fleldt, the Stansburys and Mr. and Mrs. Starr Vale and l)olly Vale later visited Mr. and Vlrs, Fred Ross. Mrs. Delia tleldt and Kath erine Warren attended Driver's Education h, ssons last Monday :lfternoon. Mrs, Warren went hack on Tuesday. Both sessions were educational and interest ing. While in Mankato Monday, 0m ladies called on Mrs. Tena Van Wey whu moved from Lovewell and is nicely located in her trailer house in the ~leepy lh)llow Trailer Court. Several of the men and lad ies of the Methodist Church met and repaired and painted Jm church basement the past week. Mrs. Margaret Warren, Ruby Billing, Millard Billing, Merle File, Edwin Marr were among the names we heard mentioned as helping. One of the circles of the W.S.C.S. had charge of the concession stand at the6th grade tournament a week ago, with Mankato, Furmoso, Mont- rose and Lovewell participat- ing. Several of the three last named schools' 7th graders will be in Jr. High in Mankato next year. The W.S.C.S. ladies had a successful sale and real. ly do appreciate the help and :()operation of their fellow W.S.C.S. members in the other circles. There were so many delicious pies and a cake from VIargaret Warren, 7 dozen fresh doughnuts from Donna vlarie Clark, all the hamburg er from Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece, 10 lbs. weiners from Chat Warren, the treats given to all the Lovewell boys and girls by Clarence Jensby and Albert Billings, a nice cheek from Leona and Henry Topliff, money from Winifred Stoics, besides the pies, etc. everyone {ave. Thanks again and again to everyone. Financial reports will be given this Wednesday afternoon at the W.S.C.S. meet- ing to be held at Katherine Warren's home. Mrs. Gladys Van Meter call ed her brother, Russell Peele, at Starr, Ida. to see-, how his wife, Grace (Scrivner) Peele ~as recovering from eye sur gery. Friends here will be glad ,o hear she seems to be re covering but is still in the hos- )ital. Final conditions will not be ascertained until the eye bandages can be removed. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond entertained a group of friends at a pot luck supper and card party Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney War- ren went to Salina last Satur- day to shop, Their two little boys, Craig and Meaty, spent the time with their grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan War- ren, Mrs. Margaret Warren, Margo, Craig and Monty visit- ed Saturday afternoon at the C. V. Warren home. 3:30 P.M. and time to mail these notes. The wind has gone down and sun shining. A little warmer. No moisture. Last week blowing dust was filling roadside ditches. Monday morning the fog and frost on the river bridge south of Superior caused the cars or Dick Bagley and Paul Rathbun to ,collide. No oae was injured but some damage to the cars resulted. Mrs. Joan retton spent the weekend in Lovewell with her! )arents, Mr. and Mrs. Elba Cantrell. Mrs. Bretton's hus- band, Leland Bretton, is in service at Ft. Leonard Wood, Me. Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Mrs. Beatrice Broadbent and son, l,ee, of St. Helens, Ore. called on Mrs. Ethel Dempsey Wednesday morning. Mrs. Avis tloard and family have moved to Formoso. Brian Murray spent Wednes- dlty with his grandparents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Aaron Murray. Raymond Ferron of Concor- dia wits a Thursday night. guest at the Fred liaegerts. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne I)emp sey of Hays spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Demp- sey. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kinsey and Brian were Stmday dinner: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Murray. Mrs. Delhert Brown of En- terprise and Mrs. Eugene Jes- sup spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. James Fullerton and attended the shower for Mrs. Janis (Fullerton) Bates at the ~arish house Saturday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jacobsen visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Purcell and Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry White in Jewell Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs. Lucy Bledsoe and Mrs. Mark Kinsey attended church in Smith Center Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Griffith. Grace Cole wns a Sunday (linnet" guest of Mrs. Lulu Ja- cobs. In the afternoon they called on Mrs. Ethel Dunstan. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Her dren and family of Jewell spent Sunday with Mrs. Flor- ence Holdren. and daughter moved to Man Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Moore of kate this week. i Norway were Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Don Bangs leallers at the Mark Kinsey were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs..Ierry Murray and family at Marquette. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gard ner were Thursday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. I.onnie Basart at Superior. Molly Jones is a patient in the St. Joseph's Hospital in: Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. l,loyd Folk at- tended a dinner Sunday at the Raymond Falk home in Con eordia in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson's 19th wedding anniversary. In the evening they called on Mrs. EIh,n Williams at Jamestown. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ethel Dempsey were Mr. and i Mrs. Vern Dempsey, Mr. and i Mrs. Wayne I)empsey, Hays, and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest l)empsey and family. Mr. and! Mrs. Marr Dempsey were ev- ening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Murray hotno. Mrs. Jess Crum and Kent Slaughter spenl Sunday with Mrs. Robert Slaughter and girls in Salina. Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mr. and Mrs. L,L. Davidson called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy l)avidson in Hastings Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin, Wylie Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Ellea- nor Crispin. Mr. and Mrs. ,less Wilson and Mrs. Dale Taylor were Stmday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. elite Crispin in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both- well called on Mrs. Nora Gra- ham in the Superior hopsital Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris I II I II I III WITH i:: WAUGH OIL & GAS CO., INC. FOR QUALITY BRAKE im Ell 1966 - TORNADO DEMO with Power and Air 1965 - MERCURY 2-1)r. Ilard Top 1964 - OLDS 4-Dr. with Power and Air 1964 - PONTIAC 4-Dr. with Power 1960 - PONTIAC 4-Dr. with Power 1958 - OLDS 4-Dr. 1964 - CHEV. Vz Ton Pickup 1963 - GMC Ton 1959 - CHEV. Ton 1958 - IHC Pickup 19,56 - CHEV. Vz Ton i 1949 - CHEV. ll/ Ton with Bex sad Hoist, New Motor COME IN --- LOOK OVER OUR NEW CARS AND TRUCKS I II I of Formosa were dinner guests[ of Mr and Mrs. Charlie Rus-I I sell W,~dnesday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I,eece and Bernie and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby were guests of Mr'. and Mrs. Dale Crispin Wednesday evening. They enjoyed dinner at a care in Chester and spent the even Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn were guests at the Marvin Me- Dill home in Belleville Sunday afternoon to help their grand- son, Mike, celebrate his birth day. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marr and Mrs. Clarence Jensby were enrolled in the Defensive Cook, the Dis*riot Superinten dent and Mrs. Cook of Con- cordia were nr~sent. The meet ing was followed by a covered dish supper. Mrs. Bernice Reed an~t Mrs. W. W. Gunn accompanied Mrs. Edwin Ross to Colby Wednes- day where they each visited 'their children. Mrs. Ross went on to Goodhmd to visit her son, Harlan, and the new granddaughter. They returned home Saturady evening. Pete Tipton, O. R. Cunning- ham, Edwin Ross and Harold Bothwell attended the Pancake Supper sponsored by Patti's Feed and Grinding Service at Hardy Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson calh?d on Bert Wall and Nora (;raham in the Goo(I Samari- tan Ilome in Superior Wednes day afternoon. Driving Course which was giv- ] Mrs. l)ale Taylor of Concor- en in Mankato last week. They ldia spent from Friday until and Mrs. W. W. Gunn. Mrs. Clarence Jensby and Mrs. Harold Bothwell attended the D.A.R. meeting at the home of Mrs. Albert Mullet in Superior Monday evening. Group 4 of the W.S.C.S host- ed an Easter breakfast at the church Wednesday morning. An appropriate program fol- lowed the breakfast. 47 guests were present. The annual conference was held at the Webher Methodist Church Thursday evening. Dr. II I I I I II II FORMOSO GRAIN ELEVATOR CO. Formoso, Kansas WAREHOUSE CHARGES EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 19(;7 Storage Reeetvi'r~ Obarges him. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sorenson of tfardy wet'(' Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Bothwell. Lo,adirtg Out Per Diem 'P.nek ,Rn i lCharges 1 2 Wheat ............... 5.00 1.75 .75 .036 .033 Grain Sorghum 5.00 1.75 .75 .036 .033 Soybeans 5.00 1.75 .75 .036 .033 Rye ............... 5.00 1.75 .75 .036 .033 Barley .......... 4.25 1.75 .75 .036 .033 Corn .................. 4.25 1.75 .75 .036 .033 Oats .......... 2.75 1.75 .75 .027 .024 1--storage charges fief firs~ crop year ~--sZor~ge e,harges Ifor ensuil~g crop years BE TIlE "BEST SUITED" THIS EASTER WITH A FROM I)REILING'S NEWEST STYLES & FINEST FABRICS PRICES START AT Hays -- Lyman Hansen of weeks; secondary Mankato and Lois Weeks of[spend seven weeks on the Esbon are mnong 177 Fort Then the student teachers Hays State College seniors turn to the campus for who began practice teaching tips and summarization of their this week. teaching and to take final ex. Eighteen school systems areaminations. cooperating with b'flS this se Assignment of local students:' mester in the student teaching Lyman Hansen, high school pr'ogram, providing the collegeI Wl Keeney; Lois Weeks, students opportunity to exper- ience realistic situations in public schools as part of their academic preparation. Each student is assigned to a master teacher and will have regular conferences with both the master teacher and college faculty members in regard to progress and te('hnique, as well its specific prohlems. Students teaching in the ele- mentary schools remain in their affiliated schools eight school in Hays, CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank each ~ everyone who remembered me with cards and visits dnring my stay in the CommunitYl Hospital, Beloit, and since re- turning to my home. A thanks to those who gave excellent care during my hess. --Mrs. Jennie 1968 PROPOSED BUDGET Washington Township, Jewell County N~t~ce i.~, hereby given ~hat on Vhe 2qbh day of ~March, the To,w~3~'hip Board of Wa~hin,2~ton Townsh~,p, Jewell Kansas, will meet alt R, oy Thomas' St,~ti,on at 8:00, p.m. for purpose of bearing and ans~&'eving obje,cio~s o" ,taxpayers' re- latinR' to ~he propos,ed bu,ci,get and for the purpose of' consid erin.g amenclm,en,ts to st~.ch bud,g0tl. Jim B~a~eh, TrusCee. Hallie ,Mcser, Clerk. Edwin Dun~s,tnn, Trea.s~rer. Preced, lng, Current GENERAL FUND cYea.l' Year Expenditures: 1,966 1967 1~ Pet" ,diem o$ ,t~wp. aud'itinq board* $ 67.50 $ 75.00 $ Office S~pplies ........................ 25.00, [aublication e~l)ense ....................... 22.16 3.0.00 Pra~irie Dog Poison ................ 200.00 [a~bOl' . ......................................... 110.00, To~a'l Exp. by tf~v~n~ship board $ 99.6,5 $330.00 Receipts: Unen,eum,bered TrAp. t~a~lan:ce, 1=~1 $101.62, $42,6.9~ Ad valorem property tax ..... ,t25.01 ~1~1.48, Local Ad vale,rein Tax Reducbim~ 17.00 Total Receipts, IncL 1,-1, bat. $5:26.63 $575.45 $245: Le~s: Expenditures . 99.65 330.00 Balance ~forwavd ................ $426.98, $245.4,5 CEMETERY FUND Expenditures: Tcta,l Expen,d,it,ures .................. $500.00, $600.00 Receipts" Unen~tm~,bered Twp. B,alan'ce 1,-1 $17,9,83 $ 94.,10 $ ~12.' Ad val'orem Prol)el~t,y tax ...... 414.27 501.2,8 Local Ad va, k)rem Tax ReducLi