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MARCH 23, 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B Forrest Howard Brook and I.inda Were Sunday supper ~0f Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mike. Chloa tfarkins of Port- was a Saturday af- caller on Mrs. Ira Dye was a Monday caller on Mrs. Merle and Mrs. Fred Sander- Reeee Sanderson of Ia. were Tuesday in tire George Sander- Esbon. Wayne Underwood at- [a quilting party at the Mrs. O. D. Noiler in on Tuesday afternoon. and Mrs. Loyde Garman were Tuesday even- of Mr. Henry Gar- Grace Stanton of To- to spend several With her sister' in-law ~da Stanton, who is a in the Belleviile hospi- ~,urtis Jeffery, Todd and and Mrs. John Abel afternoon vis- Mrs. Roy Brandon. Mrs. Gary Garman were Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn and family. and Mrs. Keith Me- and family were Sun- guests of Mr. and Demaray. Gillett, Carl Stepp, Louis Andersen, Demaray, John Abel, Fearing, Lyle Wood, Alexander and Stanley Johnson attended a Mens' District Meet- l~eloit on Friday, March Esther Morgan of Anti- telephoned her me- Lottie Myers, to a happy birthday on evening. Marr of Superior was afternoon visitor in Korb home. and Mrs. lake McDon Sunday afternoon on Mrs. Clara Moon. Keith Pair and Mrs. attended a birthday in the Don Reed home and Mrs. Joe Reinert and Kevin Adams of Were Friday visitors at Underwoood home. Clell Hancock and Den- and Mrs. Lee Hillery and Ellen Rich- attended a Kansas Naz- Evangelistic team of Osborne on Saturday Black of Mankato afternoon call- Roy Brandon home. Marion Beldon and of Esbon were Friday callers at the Lynn home. Bauer and Ann Yust overnight guests grandparents, Mr. and Demaray. Mrs. Garold Ohm- girls of Guide Rock, Lockwood and and Mr. and Mrs. Bill and boys were Sunday callers on Mr, and Heskett and Jerry. and Mrs. Max Bowman and Mr. and Mrs. Maag were Sunday of Mr. and Spatz and family. and Mrs. Lester Bausch afternoon vis- Mrs. Vida Burkholder Sprague Rest Home in and Mrs, Stanley John- the Easter Can- Beaning(on on Sunday and Mrs. Carold Van went to Osborne on evening to hear the s" gossip singers at the auditorium. Clyde Korb and Mrs. Nicks and family were afternoon callers on arold May and new ha- and Mrs. Junior Mills of Concordia and Mrs. Cleo Morris and were Sunday dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and girls. Burgess of Superior thursday morning call- lake McDonnel home. arid Mrs. Vernon Nicks were Sunday even- guests of Mr. and Korb at Mankato. and boys attended races at Great Bend afternoon. Ollie Moon. Mrs. Lee Mrs. Minnie Scott, Mrs. Mrs, lake McDon- Mrs. Clarence Blew the joint W,C.T.U. in Northbranch on Harkins of Port- Mrs. Glen Paul, Mrs. Haz- Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Benbow, Mr. and Mrs. Riley] Richardson and Rev. G. R.I Alsobrooks were callers at t he Mack Harris home. Mr. and Mrs. lake McDon- nel and Minnie Scott, and l)ale were Friday dinner guests of Thelma Lyons and Roy Hayes at Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nicks and family of Limon, Colo. were Monday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hajny of Esbon and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Garman of Phillips- burg were Monday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pair and boys and Mrs. Bess Pair attended the Osborne County Coop meeting at Osborne on Saturday. On the way home they drove by the Glen Elder Dam site. Mr. and Mrs. (Hen Paul were Saturday evening visitors at the Verlin Paul home in Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Genrgc Ayers of Oxnard, Calif, were Tues- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pixler. Cheryl Plat( of Salina was a weekend guest in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt and Mike. Reece Sanderson of Center ville, Ia. spent from Monday evening until Wednesday mor- ning in the Fred Sanderson home. Mrs. Ruby Hesting and Mrs. Ruth Underwood were Monday dinner guests at a ttome Eco- nomics luncheon for Cheryl Underwood. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alexan der accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore and Mrs. Oll ie Rannsom and Joe Moore to Osborne on Saturday where they attended the Osborne Co. Co-op meeting. Mrs. Chloa Harkins of Port- land, Ore. was a Saturday af- ternoon visitor of Mrs. Mamie Mullin. Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Molfler were Sunday a ftcrnoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan. Ada Stanton is still a patient in the Republic County Hospi- tal in Belleville. Her condition remains about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Parsons and family were Monday sup- per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Red Ramsey of Jackson, Wyo. arrived on Thursday morning to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hesketl and Jerry Dale. Mr. Dutch Olson of Jackson was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ayers of Ft. Collins, Colo. were Sun- day' evening and Monday guests of Mr, and Mrs. David Demaray. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Maag of Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch were Sunday visitors in the Orville Tatum home in Bar- nard. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Warner, Danny and Lisa of Wichita were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley John- son and family. Mrs. Wayne Underwood and Cheryl were Saturday after- noon callers at tire Floyd Sim- melink home near hmia Floyd will undergo heart surgery at St. Luke hospital in Kansas City in the near future. Chuck Johnson and Oren Un derwood of Manhattan are here spending their" Easter va cation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Under- wood. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heskett and Jerry and their house guests from Jackson, Wyo. were Friday evening dinner guests at the Bill Kiehl home. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Tegley, Lottie Myers and Charlie Lew- is returned home Saturday ev ening from a 10 day vacation in Georgia. They visited the Robert Yager home in New- man and the Gary Hancock home in Albany, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nicks, Scotty Ray and Shana Ranae of Limon, Colo. came Friday to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korb. Mrs. Oscar Newlin of Man- kate was a Saturday evening visitor of Mrs. Etta Masters while Oscar attended the sup per for the men at the Chris- tian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Morris attended a birthday party i~ honor of Brenda Motngomery's 1st birthday at the Marvin Montgomery home in Superior. Brenda is the daughter of Mr. md Mrs. Richard Montgomery of Guide Rock. Grace Cole of Montrose was a Friday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole. Isaac Morris was taken to the Hastings hospital on Sun- day afternoon where he had to have a chicken bone removed from his throat. He was able to return home on Monday morning. Mrs. Derald Decker spent Saturday evening with Mrs. tiarve Decker while the men l ;|tte|~(h,d a Men's supper at the Christian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Beeeher of Belleville were Sunday din- net gut, sis of Mr. and Mrs Perry Enghlnd in honor of Perry's hirlhday. Mrs. Marie Everson and boys were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Everson and fam- ily of Junta(a, Nebr. Mrs l.ela l)ilhm and Wilma were Sunday ;d'ternoon visitors of Mrs. Ella Wins]nw of Leba- non. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Thompson and Bcn of Boulder, Colo. and Mr. slid Mrs. Larry Thompson of lowell were Saturday even- lug visitors of Mr. and Mrs. tlarvcy Fngo. Mrs. Rod Fogo and Mike of EIDorado spent from Sunday until Tues(tay in the .lames McCormick home. They were called here due to the serious illness of her grandmother, Mrs. Ado Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crane and Charles of Beloit were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. l{ichard Frasier and family. Mr. anti Mrs. lint'old Bailey and family, Merv tterrick and Mr. and Mrs. l,oydc Garman and family attended a St. Pat- tick's I)ay party at the Jay Be;de home on Thursday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon and Bud Sh)an visited Mrs. Daisy Brandon at the Jones Rest llnme m Beh)it. Bart Heiserman of Manhat- tan was a Friday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Garman and l'amily. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bernard of Fairhury, Nehr. canoe Fri- day tu spend some time in the Nelson llarris home while Mr. and Mrs. Harris are in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. l)avid Dema- ray ae('onu)anied Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone to Kensington on Saturday evening to hear the Ft. Ha3 s State singers. Mr. and Mrs Joy Michael and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bran- don were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Hawk- UlS. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Headley and Mr. and Mrs. Dorse Child- ers and family were Sunday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Fielden Figgens, Mrs. Effie Bur.~ess ()f Super- ]or was a Wednesday and Thursday visitor in the Howard I Shott home. Nelson Harris underwent surgery at the K. U. Medical Center on Saturday. His ad- dress is in care of University of Kansas Medical Center', Rainbow Blvd., 39th St., Kan- sas City, Kans. 66103. Mrs. Wayne Underwood was a Monday afternoon caller on Mr. and Mrs. Allie Tucker at Red Cloud, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones of Northbranch, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fiero of Milton Freewater, Ore. and Thurman Mitchell of Belleville were din- ner guests Sunday of Mrs. Mamie Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. George Aycrs of Oxnard, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Doud and family of Cawker City, Lawrence Doud of Aurora, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benedict, Sr. of Plainsville, Kans., Mr. and Mrs. Emerald Ost and family of Franklin, Nebr., Miss Grace Stanton of Topeka, Mrs. Rada Stanton of Bedford, Ky., Mrs. Earl Garman and Johnny and Brian Howard were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. attd Mrs. James McCor- mick. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Garman and girls were after- noon callers. Burr Oak W.$.C.$. The W.S.C.S. met in the Up- per Room on March 15th with 15 members present. Margaret Aspegrcn was in charge of the lesson. The lesson was "The Denial", taken from the Me- thodist Woman. Zehna Paul Twila Broyles. Dixie Also Chu'nece Pixler and Mr. andbrooks and Marcella Ost help- Mrs. Mile Matousek were Sun- ed to put the lesson on. Susan day dinner guests of Mr. and Abel accompanied the group Mrs. fhwhie Doud. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Under-! wend and Mark attended a gun show at Salina on Sunday. They were suf)per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lewis. Mrs. May Boitnott is still in the Superior hospital. Her con- dition remains about; the same. Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lewis and family and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suchsland and family. Wade, Wes, Wylie and Wray Alexander were Sunday after- noon visitors of their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alexander. In the evening they took the boys home and attend- ed the cantata at the Metho- dist Church. on the piano. [ Louise Gillett opened the business meeting. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. A thank' you note was read from the MYF thanking the W.S.C.S. for serv- ing the February supper to them. The annual conference will be held at Hays on April 6 and 7. Lousie plans to go and she would like to have someone go with her. The treasurer's re- port was given. The Society was asked to serve the wed, ding breakfast for Larkie Korb. It was decided that we would serve an Easter break- fast again this year. Rev. Also- brooks closed with a prayer, Meeting to be April 3-9 with James Hickman, pastor of the Friends Church at Chandler, Okla. to be the Ewmgelist. The theme of the services is "The Resurrected Life". There was good attendance at the joint W.C.T.U. Institute last Thursday at the church. The different departn~dnts re presented were Institute, Le- gislative, ttome Protection, Protection Methods, Christian Outreach, Loyal Temperance Legion and Youth Temperance Council. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Warner took his mother, I)ora Warner, to Haviland Friday for the funeral service of her cousin Elmer Davis. A letter was received Satur- day from Lois Parnell Key, 1 saying she was not suffering so much pain since she had more surgery Feb. 13 for the removal of some loose screws in the plate in her broken leg. She has been in the hospital on her back for 14 weeks. Her' home address is Alba. Me. 64830. We dn not have her hos- pital address at Webb City. Relatives and some friends attended the wedding of Da- lene Warner and David Burns at the Nazarene Church at Burr Oak Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Warner. Good Friday services are ,phmned to he at ()live Hill Church March 24 at 2 o'clock. Rev. Lee ttillery, pastor of the !Nazarene Church at Burr Oak is tn be the speaker. : Various sorts of weather last i week. A shower of rain Sunday Faye Decker and Alberta night. Clear & mild this Men- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Louder Gutscher served delicious re- [ day morning. of Waverly, Ill. were Tuesday freshments carrying out St, ] l~r. and Mrs. Everett Jef- Patrick's theme. I fery returned last week from evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D, Aspegren and --Marcella Ost, Secretary. Eric. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Benbow were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harold John- s0n. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson Edith Folgor and Kris of Topeka were week- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warner end guests of Mr. and Mrs. and children of Wichita attend- Clarence Blew. Mr and Mrs. ed church here Sunday morn- Merle Blew and family and ing as they visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Silsby and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Warner, family were dinner guests on and others over the weekend. Sunday. Plans are for our Revival Mrs. George Marshall and Mrs, Richard Neilson of Man- kate were Friday afternoon visitors at the Clark Calahan home. Mr. and Mrs U. O. Mohler were Thursday evening visitors nf Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Garman and family. Mr. arid Mrs. Otto Benedict of Lincoln, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bell of Connecticut, an extended trip to Texas and other places. By Mrs. Delbert Bird After such a long drouth, this area received a very wel- come .40 inch of rain Sunday evening. Early Saturday mor- rang we received some light snow, I Notice is given that there will be a pub- lic meeting held at the Montrose Grade School at 8:00 p.m. on Monday, Al)riI 3, 1967, NEW HOURS BUFFALO ROAM STEAK HOUSE Ma,nkato, Kansas Weekdays 5 - 10 P. M. Sunday: 11:30 A. M. - 8 P. M. CLOSED FRIDAYS For Reservations Call FR 8-3971 II Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 Blankato, Kansas I II 33 OFF ALL GIFT ITEMS GROCERY SPECIALS BACON sw .s Premium 49 lb. SAUSAGE sw . Premium 49 SUGAR 5 ,bs 49 WITH $5.00 ORDER BURR OAK, KANSAS OPEN EVENINGS AND ON SUNDAYS II I I for the l)urpose of voting to determine if the attendance center is to operate in the 1967- 68 school year. The attendance center con- sists of the old Montrose District No. 159. People eligible to decide this question are the eligible voters t hat reside in the old ter- ritory of No. 159. Published March 23, 1967, by order of Unified District No.' 278. CLYDE REED, President BILLY G. CONNER, Clerk ALL ITEMS ADVERTISED ARE BEING SOLD AT ONE-HALF OF OUR REGULAR LOW PRICE 1 ,rack of Ladies and girls DRESSES. A large asst. of Ladies .and girls Cardigan and Slip on SWEATERS 1 rack of ladies & girls SLACKS, STRETCH PANTS, KNIT SETS and POOR BOY SWEATERS A small asst. of boys, girls and ladies short COATS 1 large rack of BLOUSES of Petite and Regular Skirts 21 Ladies each f II IIII I II I U I [ I II -- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ttooton and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Gaff Colson home in honor of the ttooton's birth- day anniversaries. The ttigiflanders Social was held Satur(lay evening at lligh land Center with eight fam- ilies int.qudmg 22 ehihh'en pre sent. The Marvin Epp family were hosts. Mrs. Ralph llooton was the vocalist for the sl)eeial number during the worsh/p service at union Chapel Sunday. She sang "Bless This ttouse, commem- orating the redecorating of the Chapel which was completed last week. Mrs. Ralph Wa(;h of Alhany, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barry of Superior called al the Albert Russell home last week. Mrs. Gladys Russell, mother of AI bert Russell, will be a surgi eal l)atient ;it, Coneordia this Wednesday. Mrs. Russell for merly Ji~ed in this community. Delhert Underwood and Mark and John G;irlnan ()f Burr Oak were S;iturday even- ing callers at the Vaden I)avis home. Mr. and Mrs. ,lay Mc Indoo were Sunday afternoon callers at the Davis home. Mrs. Fred Shook and Tam- ara of Kansas City visited the Clarence Shook and Leland Frost homes last week. They were Friday dinner guests at the Chu'enee Shook's and Sun- 'day dinner guests at the Au- hrey Gass home. Mrs. Aubrey Gass and Mrs. Leland Frost returne(t home with Mrs. Fred Slmok and Tamara Sunday to spend a few days. The Highlanders Extension Unit will meet at the Delbert Bird home this Thursday. Mrs. Donald Bird went to Mankato Monday to get the lesson on Window Treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kugler and family were Saturday din- ner guests at the Earl Brown home sit Kirwin. Bradley ttajny was a Friday overnight and Saturday guest of Rex Bird. l'atricia Watson and Bill Voorhees of Smith Center were married Friday evening in Smith Center. Patricia is the ~ran(ht;uJghter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brown and a graudate of Eshon ttigh School. Con- gratuhrtions! I, " I I I Illllll To service our customers better, we open our shop at 7:00 P. M. in the morning, and ch)se at 6:00 P. M. in the evening. We are also open on Saturday evening. This is a good time to look our stock over. We have G.E. Appliances, Zenith TV and Radios, American Standard Furnaces and Plumbing Fixtures, Myers and Rapidaton Water Systems. We have the men who can install and ser- vice the above. In this day and age, service has become a very important consideration. MANKATO I III II I i I [ 1. BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION--OPERATING UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVI ]iON With a good run of livestock on hand at our sale Thur~.~? the market looked steady on all classes with the exceptl~ of butcher cows and feeder pigs which sold sharply hlgh~ again this week. We had a large crowd and a lot of buyem present and the action was real good. We had one ear loNI of steers avg wgt 478 Ibs. that topped our steer bade lit 28.40 per hundred. Listed below are a few sales from last Thursday's auction: Vern Hardenberger, Narka, I I black whitefaced heJfel~ avg wgt 612 at 23.00; Gene Woods, Superior, 6 whitefl~l steers, avg wgt 568 at 25.20; Virgil Halgren, Courtland, II mixed quality heifers, avg wgt 580 at 22.60; Clifford Coct. net, Burr Oak, 19 black heifers, avg wgt 565 at 23.35; Jhtt Wilson, Mankato, 10 black and black whitefaeed ItI~$, avg wgt 830 at 23.40; Walter May, Beloit, 6 holstein st~mL~ avg wgt 576 at 21.70: Jerry White, Davenport, 3 charloh steers, avg wgt 710 at 23.60; Lyle McCammon, SupeH0, 8 black steers, avg wgt 540 at 25.40; Kenneth Peten@~ Hardy, 3 whitefaced steers, avg wgt 486, at 25.901 Seman, Chester, 6 holstein cows, avg wgt 1330 at 17.11~ Jim Keith, Nora, I whitefaced cow, weight 1140 at tLll~* IVan Jacobitz, Nelson, 1 swiss cow weight 1570 at 17,0~p Thompson and Johnston, Guide Rock, 1 red bull, w~llt 1450, at 21.70; Kenneth Tuley, Republic, 24 corn |ml heifers, avg wgt 950 at 21.95; Art Meyer, Deshler, l guernsey cow, weight 1000 at 17.20; M. Underwood, Oak, 2 whitefaced cows and calves at 212.50 per head,'A~-#~[. fred Konovalsky, Formoso, 1 black bull, weight 1580 Ill 21.85; Dennis Fuller, Superior, I holstein milk cow 240.00 per head; Gene Woods, Superior, 1 whitefaced coWt weight 1330 at 18.30; Miller Bros., Bostwlek, I hoistela cow, weight 1295, at 17.60. HOGS: Kenneth Tulley, Republic, 10 mixed pigs at 21.25 per Charles Moss, Narka, 8 white pigs, at 17.50 perh,,,,a~hud," Eugene Woods. Superior, 26 mixed pigs at 23.00 per lleMI; Lester Banquert, Lawrence, 6 hamp pigs at 17.50 per Many more sales of both cattle and hogs. We're expectlag another good run of livestock again this week witht~v~,tl large consignments already listed..For highest prle~ h~' your livestock, bill your next conmgnment to the MeK~ Sales Co. at Superior, where you will find a good act|v~ market, strong buying power, and clean and modem [I. cilities for handling your stock. When consigning otlt livestock, feel free to call us collect. For more inforraatlml about prices, get in touch with us and we will come look at them. SUPERIOR, NEBR. e Gordon McKee, Owner, Superior, Nebr., phone S7 171|| H. M. Jensen, Manager and auctlmle Tune in to KRFS at 7:15 or to KMMJ at 7:30 on Thurgl~y morning for consignment Information for our sale. Ill I I I I I I , ~1 , t