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?7 PAGE 6B ii i i i i MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. REPORT We had another good run of cattle with plenty of buyers on the seats. Some cattle seemed to be a little lower, others sold steady to s'rong. Cows sold mostly from $15.50 to $17.70. We sold a lot of Cows in the $17.00 bracket. We sold 17 Whiteface Steers weighing 535: lbs. for $27.80. Heiler mates aold for $25.00. 15 Whiteface Steers weighing 636 Ibs. sold for $24.60. A set of Whiteface Heifers weighing 551 Ibs. sold for $22.90. A set of Whitefac( Steers weighing 563 lbs. sold for $27.10. A set of Whiteface Steers weighing 708 lbs. sokl for $23.90. 19 Whiteface Steers weighing 900 lbs. weighed ()tit for $22.45. 35 average quality Whiteface Steers weighing 850 lbs. sold for $22.30. Larger consignors were : Clifford Murphy, Iterman Brockelman, Glen Bennett Roy Finchers, Bob Parsons Ernest Boldack, Mrs. J. E. McDill, Loren Roberson, Free- man Bros., Nathan Winsh)w Marion Moyer, I. Brummer Sam Gillett, Arnie Welk. C. B. Stensaas, Duane File, Walter Way. We have plenty of buyers for your livestock. However with a very slow fat cattle market at the terminals, and a short age of moisture over a large area, the buyers are trying to buy their replacement cattle a little cheaper. If we ever get substantial amounts of rain, there will be very few cattle selling. Call us if you have cattle to sell We will be glad to appraise and advertise your stock for you. See you in the auction Friday. Remember we start at 12:30. VAIL McCLINTOCK Simpson, Kans. BOB ISAAC Mankato, Kans. Center Rebekah Lodge 129 A benefit card party was held at the Rebekah Hall Wed- nesday evening, March 15, and a nice crowd attended. Re- freshments of sandwiches and coffee were served by the Re- bekah ladies. --Reporter. I II Thursday PAN FRIED CHICKEN Special ROAM HOUSE IIII IIIIII II "? / a copy of the Kansas 4-H Journal this year. -l,'ormoso Willing Workers 4 tt Club. MANY THANKS l wish to thank my friends and relatives for the cards gifts and visits while I was in the hospital and since return ing home. All such kindnesses will be rememl)ered always. - Ollie Rcager. MANY THANKS I wish to thank all the rela tives and friends for all tile kindness shown to me while 1 was in the hospital and after- wards. -Kress Fall. How To Save On Your Light Bill Turn off your lights and come to the Revival Meeting April 3 through 9 at the First Baptist Church. The Evangel- ist is Rex'. Victor Bollinger from Wichita. There will be sl)eeial nights like Youth Night witil a weiner roast at 6:30 p.m. on April 5th, W.M.U. Night on April 6th, and Sunday School Night on April 7th. We are looking forward to seeing you there. MANY THANKS We wish to thank our friends and relatives for the lovely flowers, gifts, cards and visits during our stay in the hospital and since coming home. --Mrs. Lyle Rafferty and Jam/ Lorene. 3rd 'Grade Brownies The Flag Salute and Brownie Promise were said while Pats/ Jonas and Debbie Heskett held the flags. Theresa Seirer serv- ed a very enjoyable lunch. The "Mother May I" game was played. The Brownie Smile Song was practiced to sing at Lions Club. We walked to the Post Office to decorate the window for Girl Scout Week. --Reporter. Mrs. Chloe Harkins of Port- land, Ore, and Clarence Black were guests of Mrs. Russell Hooker Wednesday evening. Mrs. Fred Shook and Tam- ara were dinner guests at the home of Clarence Shooks Fri- day and Tamara spent Thurs day and Friday nights at the Clarence Shook's. has two brothers and two sis- ters to welcome her, l{odney, Marty Shane, Lynda Renac, and Rhonda Rae. The grand parents are Mrs. George Mar- shall, Mankato, and lVh'. and Mrs. R. L. Baker of Covington, Ky. The First Baptist Church will have Sunrise Services at 6:30 a.ln. for tim youth with ;I breakfast imnwdiately follow ing the services. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ni- chols spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Nichols and family of Smith Center and at- ;tended church services at the Methodist Church where Tam- ara Jill Nichols, in a class of 14, was taken into the church. Elsie Hooker had dinner and spent tilt' afternoon with her cousin, Melvia Kindler, Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carl DeHaven and Paul tlackathorne ;it Topeka. Coburn Henningsen and Vail D. of Beloit were in Mankato on business Saturday. Mabel Yapp has spent the past two weeks in the Beloit hospital and will be there for some time yet. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Thomp- son and son were Sunday af ternoon and evening visitors at the Ed Loomis home. Mrs. Fred Shook and Tam- ara spent the weekend with iher parents, Leland Frosts and also ' visited Clarence Shooks and Charley Frosts. Mrs. Mary Gass and Mrs. Jo Frost accompanied them home Sunday. Mrs. Richard Gates, Mrs. Arden Ost, and Mrs. Jack By ers were guests of Mrs. Arden Dierdorff at Tuesday's meeting of the Legislative Wives Asso- ciation in the Hotel Jayhawk at Topeka. Silke Lohelk of Bonn, Germany, was guest speaker. Silke is an exchange student and talked about her homeland and experiences as an American Field Service Ex- change student. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cortner and Stacey of Wichita will spend Easter here visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Roe and Dr. and Mrs. John R. Cortner. o, ASTR )RE THE BE AS 25). We at our bank want to take this opportunity to wish our k/ends and customers a truly happy Easter. ~['~te in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member FJ)J.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 I JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS Altenlion Jewell County Farm Bueau Members The County Assessment and Taxation Committee of tile ,iewell County Farm Bureau will hold a Policy Development meeting at 7:30 p.m. Marct] 30 at the Jewcll County Farm l~ureau office in Mankato. There will be several Policy l)evelopment meetings in the coming months on current problems that affect all Farm Bureau members. Your atten- dal]cc at these meetings is im- portant in shaping tile recom- inendations ol' yotn' Coullty alld State Farm Bureau. These re- c{`)[lllTlendiHhll]s ~,ll'e passed on to elected puhlic officials who lnake our h|ws. Your opinion on the following lhree questions will be exl)ress led at the Ma|'ch 30th meeting: 1. To what extent dv you t)e- l/eve the philosophy of assess- ing farm buildings as exl)ress ed in the property valuation manual is used by assessors in your co|tory': 2. tlow art' ['ilrnl hllllses as contrasted with other im- provements assessed in your county? Explain fully the me- thod you think is followed. 3. Do you have any specific suggestions ror improvin~ the assess|ncnt of fal'|ll homes and other fartn improvements? Mr. and Mrs. Keith Nelson of New Haven, Conn., ~he|'e Keith is a graduate student at Yale University, ar|'ived Mon day to spend the Faster wma t/on visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Nelson and other relatives. They spent Sunday night at the home of his brother, l)r. Craig Nelson, and wife at Bloomington, Ind. Reeve Hawkins, LaVon Wes- ley and Wilton Thompson of Burr Oak were pleasant callers at the Record office Satudray. The Lions Club at Burr Oak is planning a While Elephant Sale and the men were solicit- ing articles fo|' the sale. d. W. (Bill) Greene of To- l)eka spent Wednesday with tt. Stoles of Courthmd we|'e guests at the Boyd homes in Mankato Thursday and Friday. i The Burr Oak 1.ions Club will hold a White Elcl)hant Sale Saturd;|y, AI)ril lsl. The sale will be held in the Mason building, starting at 2:00 p.|n. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Wom- er and Mrs. Sam Wagner of Smith Center visile(I Oral Wagner Sunday. The latter is Oral's |llother, and Mrs. Wom- er is his aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bal- lard are vacationing in Bell, Calif. Mrs. Ballard underwent surgery Thursday, March 16th, at the Mission hospital in Bell, Calif. Good Friday Service Tile Ionia, Odessa, Esbon & Union Chapel E. U. B. Churches will have a combin- ation Good Friday and Com- munion Service on the evening of Good Friday, March 24, 7:30 p.m. at the Est)on Church. The pastors of the Esbon churches, Rev. l)avid Trott and Rev. Earl Enyeart, will preside. Esl~on City Caucus Held The City of Esl)on Cau('us was held March 17, 1967 with L. R. Chandler, a(:ting chair man, and T. R. Smith, acting secretary. The following candidates were nominated:Mayor: Carl L. Sapp. Councilrnen: 13. H. Ken]per, Raymond C. Griffith, Win. P. th)ffhines, LeRoy Nebel, Mil ton V. Rogers. The following Election Board was appointed to serve at the City Election April 4, 1967 at the I,egion Hall: Clerks: Gladys M. Smith, Fh)ra Belle Ball. Judges: Luewllyn Marietta, Harriet Topliff. Ruth Lewis. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I,owell Hancock and family were Mrs. Guy Han- cock, H, ed Cloud; Mr. and Mrs. Leomu'd Hancock and family, Denver, Coh).; Marvin Han- cock, Omaha, Nebr.; Mrs. l,awrenee Chase. Grand Is land, Nebr. ; Mr. and Mrs. Lon- nie Chase and fa|nily, Alda, Nebr; Mr. and Mrs. Clair Woodward, Guide Rock: Mr.' and Mrs. Bill Black and Daryl Frost of Esbon. Afternoon call- ers were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hancock and fan]ily of llas tings. The occasion was in hon- or of Lowell's birthday. CARD OF THANKS f wish to thank everybody who helped in any way during tile three times I was in th(" hosl)ital and since coming home. A special thanks to all the men who sawed and hauled the wood and picked corn, to the neighbors who did my pa- pering and spring house clean ing and for the help I've had since coming home. Also for the many cards, gifts, flowers, visits, prayers, and the deli- cious food that has been brought in. All this has been appreciated more than words can tell. God hh'ss y{`)u all. --Dorothy and Charlie Love. Mrs. Jo Frost, Mrs. Fred: Shook and Tamara visited at the Clarence Shook home Sat- urday. KHTL-TV, Channel 4, Super- /or, Nebr., announces that Rev. James Millstead of the First Baptist Church will be on the "Church of the Air" at 9:45 Thursday, March 23. Rev. Mike Hines of the Christian Church will be on Monday, March 27. Christian Gleaners The Christian Gleaners met March 14. The I)resid~,nl, GI.d ys Fordham, called the n|eet ing to order. We repeat,(l Thu Purpose. We sang, "Tell Me The Old, Old Story". llh;I S(';I roans had devotions on l"ailh. The RI'OOp SHIqg, "l"ailh ()i ()tlr t,'athers", l)cvotions were I)iIS ed on the st()|'5' of ,h)sel)h. [)c votions closed by singing, "'IVy Faith Looks [Jp To 'rhec . Itha closed with prayer. 15 Inembers answered roll (' ',t!. One visitor, Jay l)ia|nond, ~as present. Tl'e~tstlr('l" i',])()1'[ ;I J) proved as read. The st c 'ct;i 'y's report approv(,d as |'cad. Card report was read I))r l A!norc Smith. One get well, two cheer cards were sent. We V(||c(i tO give $20.00 on the lh|spital Fund. 2:{ ('htn'(:h calls %%'{.'1'(' r(I ported. The meeting was ad iourned t)y all I)r~13ili~ lhc l,o|'d's Prayer. Hostesses wt're Marjorie Most|' and t~c;crly Clegg. Wl temo "'Frosty" Mr. and Mrs. Bill tlajny and Mr. and Mrs. lta|'|'y Kin(llcr spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ctlrlis l)iclz mad enjoyed ice cream an(l cake in honor "of Mrs. [:;ill llajny's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. I|ilton Frosl and Rita visited Ivan Frost at the hospital in RedCI,ud Saturday p.m. Mr. Frosl w.s able to come homc on Sqnday. The Jewell County Exten sion Homemaker's Spring Tea will be he',d at the Jewell Christian Chu|'ch on the after noon of April l(). Mrs. I{;,|'old Beam and Mrs. Rose Johns attended a sur- p|'ise coffee in Mankato Wed acsday afte|'noon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Beam's 62nd anniversa|'y. Mr. and Mrs. (',h,lnl Jones; visited the John Scotts near Mankato Saturday m)d wilh her mother, Mrs. Ora Frye at Superior (;ood Sa|ilal'itall Home and then d|'ovc to Red Cloud to visit Mrs. Viola Jones at the hospital there. Friends are s()rrv ([) h(';I 1' that Miss Mollie Jones of near Mankato is a patient at the hospital in Concordia. Mrs. Louis Gastley was hos tess to the Whitemound Exten- sion Holnemakers Unit h|s Thursday. Mrs. I{urton FouI~ was a \ve](!onl(' latlcst. Mrs. Leland Frost and Mrs. Aubrey Gass went to Kansas City Sunday p.m. with Mrs. Fred Shook when she ]'eturne(I imme after visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. George Shipley of Coh)rado Springs called on the Melvin Shipleys Tuesday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Benny I{cinert al'l(] family were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eilert and Sha|'on, M,'. and Mrs. Ronnic Eilert and family and Mr. and Mrs. Je|'ry TI~ ORIGI ROW HARROW ANO I'" - -- CARRIER IN ONE field position Ilftld po~" ROAD READY IN THREE SIMPLE MOVES AND NOW THE BOLD NEW HYDRA-CULTIVATOR BURR OAK, KANSAS Phone JU 7-3703 T. A. PHILLIPS, Mgr. THURSDAY, MARCH Mankato FI{Ii)AY - SATURDAY - SUNI)AY MARCII 24 - 25 - 26 Starting at 7:30 p.m. DOUBLE FEATURE Wasn't a man i , . between 'C here and hell i wantedto ,:, i face him ...gun to gun, 7 O-WA KE[[ JAN[ RU88ELt IAN WENDEtt IOREYJOHN IMIIH'TERRY PLUS ONE OF THE: MO ;T HEART-WARMING TR_Y_E ADVENTURES IN THE WONDERLANO OF LITERATURE! GUY STOCKWELL PAT CARDI / CLU GULAGER MICHAR ANSAi~ - Eilert all of Beloit, Ann Nebel ! r 'rod I)onnie Colson of Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Manns of ',"/:~llc \v(,r(~ F|'iday evening guvsts of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Reinert. Good Friday Services and Communion will be held at the Esbon E.U.B. Church with Un- ion. Odessa and Ionia e/torches taking part Friday evening. A number of Kansas State ; 7 Norman Pletcher got right leg broken w!)en h~ on the job at the Glen dana. A tree snapped bac broke the bone in Lhe his leg. Norman came from the hospital Monday iS getting along fine. Johnny Sharp, son of and Mrs. Albert home on leave from the He is a seaman first cla University students are home:is a cook. He will leave for Easter vacation. School day to return to his |'cconvenes Monday. at Norfolk Virgm|a. RIGHT WAY STORE RA 5-3551 - ESBON, KANS. CATSUP Stokely's 20 oz. bti. Gooch's 2 lb. bag lg. bottle PANCAKE MIX LIQUID LUX SALMON Pink Beauty 1 lb. can 10 lb. bag FLOUR Sunkist COFFEE Folger's 3 lb. can CHOCOLATE CHIPS Baker's 12 oz. pkg. MARSHMALLOWS Miniature 10 oz. pkg. CHEESE SPREAD Cheffs Delight 2 lb. box BREAD oz. loaf 6 ,o, CHICKEN Fresh Fryer lb. WIENERS 2 lbs. ICE MILK gal. ICE CREAM gal. POTATOES Red 10 lbs. bag ORANGES dozen CARROTS bag lOO 35' 59' 69' 49'