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/ JEWELL, COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Apr. 2, 1981 [ - ' .........- "~= II| - III " News Of -. E.SBON And Vicinity Sponsored By The. 'Progressive Esbon erchants II i I USD 276 PRE-SCHOOL SCREENING APRIL 7 A pre-school screening will be offered by USD #276, Esbon, on April 7 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Esbon Grade School. The screening is required for all children who will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 1981, and will be entering kindergarten in the fall. Also, any children from birth to 5 years who may have special needs are encour- aged to be brought to the screening. The screening will include speech and language, hearing, vision, urine anal- ysis, hemoglobin test, immu- nization review, cognitive and motor coordination assess- ments. Parents are asked to call LaNeta Smith at the school (725-3774) for appointments, as appointments will be required this year. You are asked to bring your child's birth certificate, immuniza- tion records, and a fresh urine sample on the day of the screening. Please allow 60 to 90 minutes to complete the various assessments. Ap- pointments must be made by March 30. ESBON HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Third Grading Period "A" Honor Roll - All A's: Janette Callaway, Karen Marihugh, Yvette Peroutek, Sheila Reinert. "B" Honor Roll - 3.0 (No C's): Deanne Alexander, Rod Beam, Tracy Johanek, Mark Broeckelman, Chuck Cal- laway, Shawna Hale, Alan Peroutek, Karla Shute, Anita Silsby, Shannon Smith, Jacque Lorence, Roxanna Manchester, Sharla Smith, Tanna Reed, Honorable Mention - 3.0 (No D's): Steve Belden, Rod Broeckelman, Marty Dock- stader, Marty Hesting, Shelia Manchester, Kevin Peroutek, Dwayne Lorence, Mike Broeckelman, Rick Heaton. --Richard Heaton, Superintendent USD #276 CALENDAR Monday, Apr. 6: Model Congress at Manhattan - Junior Class Tuesday, Apr. 7: Kinder- garten Screening at, Grade School - 1:00 p.m.; Election of Board Members Friday, Apr. 10: High School Musical, "The Music Man"- 8:00 p.m. HAPPY HOUR CLUB Mrs. Jacque Hajny was I I II IIIII I I I and the club sang their club-- song. Nine members an- swered roll call. Two new babies and three little boys were present. Thank you's from Kris Kindler and Jacque Hajny were read. Minutes of the last meeting were read and the treasurer's report given. There was no old busi- ness. During new business, a letter from the Special Ed. Dept. at Smith Center was read, inviting persons to the open house to be held Thurs- day, April 2, at the Smith Center High School. Craft Day for the ARC Handicraft Class on April 29 was dis- cussed. During recreation three guess boxes were passed and won by Margaret Burgess, Kris Kindler and Carol Kindler. The game was won by Joan Broeckelman. We all agreed we must look at our paper money closer. After delicious refreshments of sandwiches, cherry dessert, nuts, mints and drink, we all enjoyed visiting. The meeting adjourned to meet with Mrs. Edith Reinert on Thursday, April 23, due to the Mother- Daughter Banquet on Wed- nesday, April 22. --L.F. Reporter Esbon and, Whitemound "Frosty" We wish to thank all of you wonderful people who remem- bered Jacque on her birthday with cards, calls and gifts. She loves everything. A special thanks goes to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Corrick, Mr. and Mrs. John Scott and Mrs. Ruby Blain for the lovely birthday suppers. God bless each of you. Friends are happy to learn that Mrs. Ralph Hooton is improving since her heart surgery in Wichita last Wed- nesday. She i walked some Sunday morning. Mrs. Lillian Fogo will undergo surgery this week at the St. John's Hospital in Springfield, Mo. 65804. Rev. and Mrs. Loren Silsby of Belleville, Mr. Harold Beam and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby drove to Kearney, Nebr., last Thursday to the Harvey Sils- by home where Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Silsby met them and they had a birthday supper for Hubert Thursday evening. On Friday they all celebrated a belated birthday for Harold Beam and honored Mr. and hostess to the Happy Hour Mrs. Earl Silsby on their Club last Wednesday after- wedding anniversary. The noon. Mrs. Harry Kindler Harvey Silsbys have just called the meeting to order moved into a new home. The Keep Us In Mind We're Easy To Find ]sAPP INsUR ANdE :AGENCY, INC. SS ,BON, KANSAS Page 2- Section 2 | i Esbon folks returned hom, Friday afternoon. Miss Regina Thummel played a piano solo for the UM Church special Sunday. We were happy to have Rev. Swank as our minister. Remember the bridal shower for Miss Brenda Marl- hugh on Saturday, April 4, at the church basement. Every- one is invited. Mrs. Christine Dodd was shopping in Superior Friday. Stephen Fogo spent Saturday with Christine. Mrs. Eldon Pate and Jenni- fer, Mrs. Wayne Broeckelman and Melinda, Mrs. Bill Frost and Jill and Mrs. Lorena Pate attended the Brownie Awards Tea in Burr Oak Sunday afternoon. The three girls are members of the Burr Oak troop. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Beam, Paul and Craig were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Engel at Solomon. Mike Beam and Karla Engel were also there. Mrs. Russell Wiehl and children spent Tuesday with the Bruce Corricks. Stephen and Staci stayed all night. The Claude Frosts and Jacque were guests of a pizza supper Tuesday evening. Mrs. Mary Kriley spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Christine Dodd. Shirley Avison, Jacque Frost and Neta Pletcher. at- tended the ARC Handicraft Class at the Baptist Church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Charlotte Evans in charge. The girls really enjoy being together, singing, study and refreshments. Claude Frost and the Bruce Corricks took the girls. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Tilton and Brian of Des Moines spent the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Andersen at Jewell, and other relatives. On Wednes- day evening Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shipley and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Shipley joined Mr. and Mrs. Clair Andersen and. Chad of Cawker City, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Andersen of Tip- ton, all at the Andersen home, to visit the house guests. Ice cream and cake were enjoyed by the group. Mrs. Melvin Shipley drove to Manhattan last Friday to spend the weekend with Melva and Lyle Shipley. It was Ag-Science Week at Kansas State University and Open House on Saturday. Melva sings with the choir which performed on Satur- day. The Shipleys also en- joyed the Jazz Band Concert in which Miss Julie Shute is a member. Mrs. Shipley re- turned home Saturday eve- e.=. ning. Mrs. Ed Putman under- went major surgery last Wednesday at the Webster County Memorial Hospital in Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Corrick visited her on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Tilton and Brian were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shipley. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frost and Jacque were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Scott near Mankato Thurs- day evening. Daniel Williams was an overnight guest of Jim Scott. The group enjoyed ice cream and cake in honor of Jacque's birthday. The Esbon PRIDE group is sponsoring a dance Saturday night, April 4. The proceeds will go to put in a new side- walk on the east side of main street. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Minnick called on Mr: and Mrs. Carl Small Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Ritter were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Noller stayed with Mrs. Florence Noller this weekend. Guests the past week at Florence's were Jessie and Shirley Avi- son and Mrs. Laverna Mizner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Minnick were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schriner. Sunday dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Orren Bronson and boys were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bronson, Maggie Emme, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bronson and family, all of Kensington, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Silsby and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lorus Hulbert. Birthdays and anniversaries were celebrated. Evening supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bronson, Mag- gie Emme, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Warren and children. Mrs. Harry Kindler and Mrs. Gary Kindler were shopping in Hastings Friday. Odessa- Dentonia Mrs. Wilbur Obert There will be a bridal shower April 4 at 2:00 p.m. at the Esbon United Methodist Church for Brenda Marihugh, daughter of Glenn and Shir- ley Marihugh. Everyone is welcome. Miss Shannon Smith is Esbon Auxiliary's Girls' Stater and Anita Silsby, alter- nate. We're proud of these two young ladies to be our representatives and whoever goes, she will do a good job. Shannon is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith. Tuesday supper guests of Mike Youngs, honoring Ruth Obert's birthday, were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Koops, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert, Hazel Obert and Marion Boeskool. We're still working on the Odessa Church basement and several have asked about funds and we could use more. The memorials have all been so much appreciated and it was certainly an answer to prayer when Ruth Cannon's memorial arrived, just as we'd decided to go ahead, even though we knew we didn't have enough to finish We do have the ceiling painted, the walls paneled, a new railing to the basement, a request from Bernie Hart's memorial. We're still working a bit each week and hope to get all completed and trusting the Good Lord to bring His children to our church to worship and share with us. The past week we were indebted to Henry Kellers for paying to have the church sprayed for boxelder bugs. Hank has also done hauling of materials, etc., and keeping the rest of us in line by giving a hand where needed. He's our Senior Citizen who has a zest to be helping sometimes beyond his physical strength. We attended the PCA din- ner Thursday. Others there nearby were John Frost, Steven Obert, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Simmelink, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bartley. We had an outstanding speaker, Charlie Plumb, a Vietnam prisoner for six years. He's alive and well because he prayed for six years just to live and he has an inspira- tional message for all. The biggest news of the week is the 2-inch rain that fell Saturday in this area. Something we've needed. The pastures and ponds look beau- tiful after the long drouth. God does provide if we have Faith. Thanks and Praise for this wonderful rain should be heard everywhere. Esbon American Legion Auxiliary Perry A. Lamb Post 368 had the birthday potluck supper Friday eve- ning. Not very many came but all who did enjoyed the evening. Esbon American Legion Auxiliary had a card party Saturday evening. Gladys Smith won high in pinochle and Bruce Corrick in pitch. Mrs. Keyes won the door prize. Miss Carie Manchester was guest of honor at a party for her 3rd birthday Tuesday evening at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Manchester were hosts to a supper and ice cream and cake. Others attending were Mr. and Ms. Rufus Manchester, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Nonamaker, Rick, Rod and Royce, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Colby and Rhonda Campbell. Faye Seems visited Rufus Manchesters Wednesday afternoon. Grace Thompson and Lona McCleery went to Hastings Thursday and Lona visited Mereedes Long. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Van Wey visited Lona McCleery Sun- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Peter- son and Jenna visited the Ernie Kattenbergs Saturday and Sunday. Ionia Area Mrs. Orlo Van Wey The UKC Hunt will ~be Saturday night, April 4. Sup- per will be served at the Coon Hunters Hall in Ionia starting at 6:00 p.m. Donations of pies and help will be appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Trubey and Mrs. Ruth Van Wey were Monday afternoon and supper guests of their brother, Ken- neth Trubey and Monsolete. Terry Moyer has been ac- cepted by the Police Law Enforcement Academy at Salina for highway patrolman training from May 31 to June 6. There are only 40 appli- cations accepted from the State of Kansas. Terry was recommended by the Jewell High School principal and is sponsored by the Jewell American Legion. Congratu- lations, Terry. Due to the UKC Hunt being on the regular date for the Adult Card Party, we will have our next party on April 11 at 7:30. Mrs. Rita Rose and Marty and Mrs. Marge Goldsberry spent the weekend in Denver, Colo., with Rita's sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hillman WE BEND OVER BACKWARDS to help you with any banking service or financial problem. TRY US! T.he State Bank OF ESBON Deposits Insured up to $100,000 by F.D.I.C. Established 1900 m Esbon, Kansas went to Towanda on Thurs- day and attended a three-day flea market at Wichita on Friday, Saturday and Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. RoUa Dietz called on Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley last Tuesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Phil- lips were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose at the Glen Elder Senior Citizens last Thursday. Dorothea ac- companied Mrs. Verda Ritz, Mrs. Lucile Megli and Mrs. Margaret Rose who sang for the group before the noon meal. Mrs. Mable Rose and Jean Rose attended the funeral services for Mable's aunt, Miss Ethyle Paton, at Smith Center last Friday. Maurice and Pauline Sim- melink spent the last week- end with their daughter, Jane and family at Mulvane. Jerry Patton is stationed ifi Okla- homa City. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Tharp, Independence, Mo., visited Kathy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Van Wey, Kelly and Alan over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas and family visited the Van Weys Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Diecker and family, a friend, Tara Rorabaugh, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Diecker and fam- ily were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Marie Burdett. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Leonard returned home from Rogers, Ark., where they had spent the past week and getting acquainted with their new grandson. They visited at the Rolla Dietz home Friday eve- ning. Rodney Rose and John Winkle went to Rollo, Mo., last week where they at- tended a professional coon hunt. They went on to Mos- cow Mills, Mo., where they entered and Rodney got 2nd and John 3rd. These boys really enjoy this sport. The Ionia Y.F. went to Newton last Saturday. They have been busy the past few weeks collecting handmade items and baked goods from the Ionia community. These articles were sold at the bazaar with the proceeds go- Stansbury farm, the former Lester Beeler home. Sunday the UM Church observed one Great Hour of Sharing along with 30 other churches. This was an oppor- tunity to help those in need. Rice bags had been handed out several weeks ago and were placed in the collection plate this morning. A beauti- ful worship center had been prepared. We were glad to have Rev. Appleton and Mrs. Appleton with us. ' Mrs. Tammy Lee, Salina, visited her folks Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Marie Holloway and her granddaughter were wel- come visitors at our quilting bee last Monday at the Fel- lowship Hall. We were glad to have Marie put some stitches on our quilt. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Borger attended church at the Jewell Trinity Sunday morning. The young married group had charge of the worship service with various musical numbers. Mrs. Karen Swank, teacher of this class, helped with presenting a very enjoyable worship service. The Borgers had dinner with their daughter, Charli and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Colson last Sat- urday to pick up a chair Forrest had refinished for them. Martha said they had a good visit and enjoyed coffee together. Orlo and I called several times the past week at the Doyle Alcorn home. The main attraction was Susan and her little family who were visiting there last week from Dodge City. Village News Geergene Bosun Monday Lila Baker visited awhile. Cheryl Barnes gave Judy a perm one evening this week. Jud and Colleen Freeman stayed here while Don and Terry were at Don's brother- in-law's funeral. Judy cut Pain's and An- nete's hair one evening this week. ing to "Youthville." Dorothy Thursday Judy, Renita, Borger, their leader, Mrs. Ranae, Dustin and I shopped Jamie Cockroft and Mrs. at Beloit. Ranae, Dustin and Janice Henningsen took the following: Marcia Colson, Kelly Van Wey, Pare Wright, Terry Moyer, Gary Colson and Darwin Cockroft. Dor- othy wishes to thank all who donated to the worthy cause. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose took ice cream and cake to the Wendell Moyer home Friday evening. Wendell enjoys his company. This and surrounding com- munities were very happy to receive a much needed rain last Saturday with reports from one-half to one inch received. , The UMW ladies wish to thank each of you who do- nated pies for the Max Rails- back sale last Saturday. Mr. and Ms. Glenn Bartley were Wednesday afternoon callers at the Glen Kincheloe home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reling were Wednesday eve- ning callers. Taylor Beyhmer, who was a former resident of the Odessa and Dentonia area, passed away last Sunday at his home at Clearlake Highland, Calif. Taylor was a relative of the Kincheloe family. Our sym- pathy to the family. Mr. Hal Totten returned to his home last Tuesday after a few days in the Jewell Coun- ty Hospital. We were all glad to have him back home again. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz spent Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reling and Dorothy. The eve- ning was spent visiting and watching slides. Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Brokaw and Darleen and Mr. and Mrs. Max Railsback and boys spent the weekend with their mother, Elsie Railsback. Max reports a good sale even if it did rain most of the afternoon. They all returned to their homes on Sunday afternoon. Just Us Club met Wed- nesday evening with Mrs. Peg Schlaefli with nine pres- ent. They Welcomed a guest, Mrs. Dwane Miller, who with her family live on the Dow .... iiii i 11 ii , , , , r dk ESBON OIL. (0. MOBIL PRODUCTS TANK WA60N SERVICE Renita visited with Cliff Ault awhile. Bob and Faye Boiler visited me Thursday night. Saturday Judy, Ranae, Renita, Shane and I shopped at Concordia. Boyl Did we get into the raint Shelli and Shane spent Sunday at Burr Oak fishing. Valley View. Phone 725-3683 and Mrs. Keith Mr. and Mrs. Myron mill. Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday afte~ callers on Mr. and Mrs, McKeown. Mrs. Frank Langer, and Janelle were morning coffee guests Summers. noon callers were Prescott, Andy and of Manhattan and Dwight Marr. Fish and Game Fishing Report Lovewelr Reservoir ter conditions: Water is l ing to be released int~ canal. Channel cat should pick up soon due t few channel cat and bass are being taken, fishing is still slow. Glen Elder Res Water conditions: 45 F, releasing 15 cfs, water visibility is to a of 24 inches. Crappie white bass are being minnows in the river Catfish are being shad sides and gizzards. ing is good for all Walleye are spawn and some are taken in the two to five range. A 30" long taken last week. Best walleye is along the stretches of rocky Some white bass are being picked up dam. isn it?. Mrs. C. Summers nice rain was received in the vicinity Saturday after- noon and Sunday morning. A total of .80 was gotten. Mr. and Mrs. David Healey and Dana were Monday sup- per guests of Ella Summers and Bobby Healey was a Thursday supper guest. Mrs. Myron Intermill vis- ited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Alfred Ross of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs, Tom Mc- Keown were Saturday dinne~- guests of Mr. and MrS. Glen Langer and visited with their house guest, Joe Langer of Baltimore. Those from this vicinity at- tending the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doyle at the Methodist Church in Webber were Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown, Mr. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD YOUR 1-STOP WEDDING See us for... 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