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March 30, 1967     Jewell County Record
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TY CLUBS, must be In by noon MondaY) 30- Bridge Club - Party - Buffalo Club - Itha 3 - Club - Doris Darlene Walker Ellen Martha Severson 4- Legion Auxiliary Women's Club - 7:30 Mr~s. Glenn Hale April 5 - )ril 6 - - Dinner - Meets Club met Men- 120, at the home of S, Clyde Suchsland. Ed Walker were prizes were ; Harold Peterson, and Mr. and Mrs. The next'meet- April 17 with Mr Marvin Walker, Entertained Davis entertain- of the T & E at her home Wed- March 22. Thq t won by Mrs. Rus- and Mrs. Raymond .mrs were the hostess. The will be April 13 Smith. Elsie Zadina entertained with a few contests which were en- joyed by all. The hostess serv- ed a lovely lunch. The next meeting will be on April 12 with Gealie Blaylock. --Reporter. Msnkato E. H. U. Mankato E.H.LE met March 21 at the home of Mrs. Gerald Thompson. Meeting was called to order by President Mrs. Ray Dietz. The Extension Homemakers' Creed was read by the group. Ten members and two guests were present. We will serve the lunch to the Jewell County Co-op Thurs- day evening, the 23rd. Those who will help are Maxine Fall, Lucy Wiley, Ollie Lichty, Er- ma Thompson, Leta Dietz and Vivian est. We" voted to con- tribute $10.00 to the hospital fund. Elsie Howard reported on the Advisory Council Meet- ing. The Spring Tea will be April 10th at 1:30 p.m. at the Jewell Christian Church. The District Meeting will be at the Belleville Armory May 5th at 12:30. Lucy Wiley presented the lesson on the "1968" Pro- grams offered. 12 different les. sons will be offered. Lovely refreshments were served by the hostess, --Pat Czirr - news taken for Mary Gunter. A.L.C.W. The A.L.C.W. met at the Lutheran Church parlors Wed- nesday, March 1st, with Mrs. Aletha Loomis as hostess. Mrs. Ruth McDill was the program leader. The next meeting will be April 5th with Mrs. Velms Berg as hostess and Mrs. Marlys Jensen will be the pro- gram leader. Celebrate -45th .__..~_ .__ Meets Wedding Annlv?rsa ry ington Club met Mr. and Mrs. Clarence "~Fternoon, March 23, Meeker celebrated their 45th ,s 2:l~e of Mrs. Clyde wedding anniversary when ~~he hostess served their children entertained with ~. The next meet- :an open house in their honor u~'-~.April 13 with Mrs. Sunday. March 26, at the CAL U~rrlt~" American Legion Hall. The .-"~'~:HUJ~i~.'~------- children are Mr. and Mrs. Du- s'; ~|l~b Disbands ane Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. ~l~O"il "~'LL"-- Eugene Meeker. Mr. and Mrs. ~,,v .~0:~bers of the Pris- Darrell Ost of Riverside, Iowa, ''" l~t ~lraet at the home o~ Mr. and Mrs. Loren Meeker each~Iills Thursday ev- of Denver and the grandchil- "_"~ ~h 23, and voted to dren who assisted are Mrs. "-'--~ _~/~t club was organ- Milburn Allred of Thornton, l~~s ago with Miss Colo., Holly and Kelly Ost of Jilcl'I . ~, the only charter Riverside, Iowa, and Gregory ~a~-i~.~ho still belonged, ond Curtis Meeker of Denver, ~e-y, ~ to establish a and the great grandchildren, ._-~_ 0. ]~tp=~-'~-'~--.~tl~)Tk shelf in the Stacey and Victor Allred of Library tn honor Thornton ColD "10: ?4rs. R. S. Turner, Mrs. I enneth Ford of Law- [,hernber of the Pris- rence was in charge of the I.lr many years, Fol- guest book and Mrs. Leonard ,~ business meeting Treffer and , Mrs. Clarence BU]glg~ served refresh- Ford of Jewcll poured. Mrs. ~17, PJ~"[ Duane Bennett, Mrs. Eugene ~- ~,"----- Meeker and Mrs. Darrell Ost ..,, Ple Club took turns cutting and serving DI .... ".~.L7 the cake. The serving table ~hiv '~,,,'/~lne Circle Club was laid with a white cloth " ' nora Bla lock on ~"7.....'"11~ Y and centered with a two tier 'veni'~,~ ~embers answer- cake decorated with blue wed- ~"~:,,;i~ith "What are we ding bells and cream Colored .... e~r Sunday". Mary flowers with blue tapers in 'attlessed the guess candle holders on eitlmr side. Hesper received Mrs. Evan Hanson baked the [fit. Elsie Zadina, cake. Mrs. Louise Motes, Mrs. and Bernice Grace Bennett. Mrs. Marian Easter cards. LaRue and Mrs. Edith Oat as- Jo agn, ucaou uo #9[ INSURED UP TO SIS,000.00 BY F.D.I.C. Courtesy Betty's Studio. Mr. and Mrs. Helflnger Wl;l Celebrate Golden Wedding Mr..and Mrs. R. C. Hetting- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. er of Formoso will cclebrate,,~ W. P. Ruth, in Downs. They their Golden Wedding Anniver- spent most of their married sary with an Open House at life farming and dairying in the Formoso Community different places, finally settling Church from 2 to 5 p. m. on on a farm east of Formoso in Sunday, April 9th. 1943. They retired and moved The Hettingers were mar- to Formoso in 1962. ried on April 11th at the home No gifts, please. I ~sted" wRh'the serxing. 'Bou- ~r and Mrs. Art Kissinger quets of flowers including an of Superior, Nebr. were guests arrangement of blue carna- at an Easter dinner Saturday tions, a gift of the children, night at the home of Mr. and decorated the hall. Mrs. Meek- Mrs. Frank Kissinger and Don, er received the guests wearing who was home from Kansas a blue and white flowered jer- State University, ." sey dress with an orchid cor- Cl~(ytoi~ Pcterson and Miss sage and Mr, Meeker had a Pat Emrich of Kansas City blue carnation boutonniere, who are attending Kansas Preceding the open house a State University visited last family dinner was held at the week at the home of his par- Buffalo Roam. cats Mr and Mrs Harold CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and relatives for making our 45th wedding anniversary such a happy occasion and our children who made it all poss. ible. --Clarence and Bess Meeker. Rev. and Mrs. Dean Rose land family drove to Liberal, Karts. after church services Sunday to visit his mother. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. John Hale and Mrs. Alice Johnson of Clyde took his mother, Mrs. Glenn Hale to the Buffalo Roam for dinner Easter Sunday. John' reported that they had had 1% inches of rain at Clyde Friday and Saturday. Warren Underwood of Kan- sas City was home over the Easter weekend with his par, eats. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Un. derwood. IT IS A GOOD IDEA to get prompt medication for colds and other infec- tions to preventmore serious illness. A prompt prescription can save dollars and discomfort. Front row, left to dght: BetW ZadIna, Fema Shoemaker-Phillips, Kroyla Ball-Berry, Donna Queen-Vernon, Pat Malsbury-Streit, Sharon Ahrem- MartIn. Back row, left to Hght: Connie Carpenter-Hayes, Jeanette Carter4ones, Valentine Laluk.Vaughn, Kathleen Nichols-Biankmmhip. Left to right: Bill Peugh, Gilford Mahaffy, John Grimes, For~est Ortman, Rex Selrer, John Warner, Lloyd Hanson, Phil Rhea. The 1957 Mankato HighI In addition to the members School graduating .class held lof the class, who are shown its Tenth Reunion at the Buffa-] above, many of the class mem- lo Roam Steak House in Man-I bers were accompanied 'by kate Saturday evening, March/ their families. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kissin- ] George F. Hull - Obituary ger and Don vLsitcd last week -'-- at the home of Col. and Mrs... G.eorge F. Hull was born Willis Baldwin at erfurt Air ~ept. l~, in~ ann passes away Force Base in Omaha. Mrs. March .24, 1967 at btnek~,est! Kissinger attended a bride's tlome at lnavate, P~ev . :_~i shower at the holne of a friend lie was tne .younges~ anuI honoring Miss Carol Baldwin,las! of six sons .horn to,,~et~rO whose marriage to Don Kissin- anu ~ancy t/arter li~,u,,~=_ ger will take place this sum- were pioneers !.n d,ewe.~,~- rner ty, where ne llve(] hi5 e.uYv life. ------------- He was united in marriage gm '~ lira BII to Edna M. Hull in 1902. To 3e~l~o3o NeWS this union four children were ....... born, Eugene E. preceded him uy t~lyoe t~. Keea in death. He is survived by ----- his wife, Edna, three children, It is time to order wind- All(,n L. Mrs. W. E. Russell, break trees. The dry weather Forrcst A, three grandchildren has discouraged some people, and four great grandchildren. It will rain some day and ___-------- trees do not take much mois- CARD OF THANKS ture to get started. Wind- ___ breaks are so important to We wish to thank relatives every farmstead for wind pro- and friends for their kindness- tection we should consider es following the death of ottr planting more trees, loved one. We particularly ACP and Great Plains cost want to express our apprecia- sharing can be obtained for tion to neighbors for bringing planting trees. The actual cost of the trees will be practically nothing. The trees no doubt will need some watering when planted. Two or three gallons of water will be enough. The cedar trees with a ball of earth are particularily tough. Cedars take less water than any other tree. The grass planting Is pro- rapidly. The ground in excellent condition for planting grass. Native grass take much water to get started or to live during 8ummer. Some pond sites are too dry build dams. We will need to wait until rain helps us out. It is still a long time before turning out to grass. Most pastures won't really be ready until May 1. It pays to wait until the grass gets a good start. The wheat has Just about grown enough to stop blowing Anything that roughens the soil will help. Mulching in strips about a rod apart with manure or old hay or straw also does the Job. Soil bank grass that is to be grazed should be mowed so that it will be evenly grazed.' Otherwise the cattle graze out spots and let the rest get coarse and woody. IT'S THE WATER YOU KEEP THAT COUNTS in food and theic many kind deeds. Your thoughtfulness will always be appreciated. --The Family of George Hull. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Newell ~nd family enjoyed Easter ~unday with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Newell, of Be- loiS. I'm proud ' to represent the AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Mr. and~ith Kauer and girls of Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Magnusson of Long- moat, Colo. and Mr, and Mrs. W' ~1~ 'CHap" Dick Fraser of Grants Pass, Ore. came Thursday and spent ~ S. Center the Easter weekend at the " MANKATO, KS. home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve ' .Al:.qldy.i The following from ' STATE FARM 0s~rne joined the group for dinner on Easter Sunday: Mrs. Katie Scheckel, Jhn and Fred' 11 j MUTUAL 1 Nick Arnoldy and Leonard [~==m=m==,=~ AUVOm|Itt mSUt~Ct c0m, Am[ Grady. NOTICE During April a representa- tive of the Kansas Veterans' Commission will be in Man- kate on April 13 from 9:00- 11:30 a.m. at the City Hall to assist veterans and their de- pendents or survivors with veterans' service work. Any- one unable to contact us at that time may write, phone or visit the office listed below: Kansas Veterans Com- mission, Courthouse, Marys- JEWELL COUNTY RF~ORD Thursday, March 30, 196"/ Page $- S~ 1 'vmel Kansas, Clayton G. M~': ton, Field Representative, tele- phone HI 3-4581. c~ o~ r--~NZS Many thanks to my friends and relatives for the cards, gifts and visits while I was in the hospital and since return- ing home. Thanks again. --Dabble Clark. Ill "~ " ' ~ "" " ......... II II I t PICK YOUR DEALER THEN PICK YOUR USF.J) CAR ! OUR FINANCE PLAN IS TAILORED TO MEET YOUR FARM INCOME BY THE MONTH BYTHE YEaR 0 1966 BUICK WILDCAT 4- DOOR. Factory air, power steering. One local owner. Dn- ly 13,000 miles. Like new. 1966 CHEVROLET BELAIR 4-DDDR SEDAN. VII, automa. tic, power steering, nice. Pric- ed at a big saving. 1966 BUICK LoSABRE 4- DOOR. Factory air, power steering, 17,000 miles. Perfect beautiful car. 1965 PONTIAC TEMPEST LeMANS 2-DOOR HARDTOP. V4, standard transmission, one owner, low mileage. Nice. 1965 BUICK LeSABRE 4- DOOR. Regular gas engine, power steering, factory air, !1,000 miles. Red and white. Like new. 1965 BUICK SPECIAL SE- DAN. VII, automatic, power steering, factory oir, low mile. age. Clean, ready to go. 1965 OLDS F05 4-DOOR SE- DAN. Power steering, power brakes, V|, Automatic trans. 16,000 miles. See this for s good buy. 1964 CHRYSLER NEW. PORT. 28,000 miles, very clean. Ready to go. 1964 CHEVROLET 4.DOOR CHEVELLE. 6 cylinder, auto. rustic. A good economy car. 1964 PONTIAC WAGON. One local owner. Automatic, radio, nice. 1964 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-DOOR V8, automatic, low mileage. Nice. 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONVERTI- BLE. Power steering, power brakes, air conditioning. Nice. 1963 BUICK LoSABRE. Pew- er steering, power brakes, fac- tory air. Extra nice. 196t PONTIAC BONNE- VILLE 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Full power, factory air. See this for a good buy. 1961 BUICK ELECTRA 4-~ DOOR HARDTOP. A good old- er car. Nice. 1961 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR. 196S BUICK WILDCAT 4 Standard transmission, ever- DOOR SEDAH. One *owner, drive. Priced right. low mileage. Power, factory 1960 CHI=VROL:T IMPALA air, etc. Near new tires. Prlc- 2-DOOR HARDTOP. VII, auto- ad right, matlc. Nice. 1965 PONTIAC TEMPEST 4. 1960 FORD. Cheap. DOOR. 6-cylinder, standard 1960 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SE- transmlulon. An economy DAN. Priced for quick sale. King. [ 1959 OLDS 98 4-DOOR. Full 1965 BUICK WILDCAT Pew-~ power, factory air. or steering, power brakes, fac- 1957 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SE- tory air, one local owner. Only DAN. A good clean car, TRUCKS AND ]ffCKUI 1')59 FORD V~ TON PICKUP. ~ Ready to go. 4-Spied with utility bed. A I 1959 CHEVROLET ~-TDN good woden to h~ul your tools I PICKUP. 4.Speed. Sharp. 195| G'MC 1 TON. Good bed. I OUR REPUTATION IS YOUR BEST gUARANTEE WE HAVE THE GMAC TIME PURCHASE PLAN AND MOTORS INSURANCE FOB YOUR CONVENIENC~ AND IS TAILORED TO MEET YOUR FARM INCOME. BY THE MONTH --- BY THE YEAR. Beloit Motor Co Inc sp [.ESTER HANSEN - JOHN KINDSCHER - HERMAN ECK GENE KIMERER - GARY SPEAR - SALESMAN BELOIT, KANSAS Phone PE 8-3811 Good News For Everyone Who Sewsl Located 1913 M Street, Belleviile Is blooming with Spring's newest colors, fabrics and fashions. Come in today and let them supply you with your sewing needs. FABRICS. PATTERNS - SEWING NOTIONS SINGER SEWING MACHINES We aervlce all makes of aewinB machines. g ,,, fit, II II I I III I II il I I , I I I I I I I 'i I ill II