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APRIL 6, 1967 3EWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B ~lrs. Wilbur Obert Aid will meet, with Trott Thursday at- nice to have Mr. and llelrer and faro- Minn. at Sun- and" church at Odes- morning. Charles. family are visiting Underwoods and tteIlers. It was nice to after missing him believe he said seven the last time he'd services here. Come again. led measles are thick community. Buster. and Kathy Diebert, and Connie ttan- are some of the latest Ronnie Simmelink al- the measles. and Mrs. Sam Obert afternoon callers Oberts. Also Nancy and Kath Whel- Bartley. Senior Class and Mrs. Wayne ttaviee Supper and spent mg with Mr. and Mrs. Fridhy evening. tjoyed a pizza supper' by visiting and card and 8th graders of t{~rade School enjoyed a given by Mr. McI~innis evening. Downing spent Wednes- with Randy Clark him celebrate his In the evening Mr. Mike Young and chil- Mr. and Mrs. Henry for ice cream and and Maude brought puppies and the kids had quite a time. Clark, Maude Kell- Young, Douglas Clark were in Has- for Debbie's check is doing fine. Brad- returned with spend the weekend. and Mrs. Bilt Richards and Mrs. Gladys of Hastings were dinner guests of Ed and Bradley Richards home with them. and Mrs. Joe Reinert visited Mrs. Mary and boys Sunday Scott is all prepared Mankato to spell Men in the Jeweli Contest. and Marian Boeskool dinner guests of They dehorned, and sprayed cattle. Card Party held Saturday night at School House at area received a very % inch of rain Friday the dirt that blew ~day one began to it could really rain However out" creek all winter but start- a couple weeks ago. ~rs. C. Summers received .40 of which was ap Schaer, Mrs. C. W. and Mrs. J. Matth- visited Mrs. Sunday after- Mrs. Darrell Reed Elsie Lee Miller (above) presented a program on Quality Food at the Na- tional Guard Armory in Mankato, Wednesday, April 5. ily at Eshon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Webber and family of Beloit visited Saturday night and Sunday at Marvin Webber's. Mr. and Mrs, Otto Bunjes of St. b'raneis and Mrs Bill Bahe of Goodland were Friday even- ing supper guests of Mrs. Flla Summers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and Mrs. Edith Smith of Lin- cohl. Netn'. were Wedney;,l;t~, afternoon callers aL tile Toni and Keith M('Keown home:< Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tipton, Bob. Nancy and 1)ebra attend ed the funeral of Mrs. TiptoiCs grandmother, Mrs. Caroline Underkofler, in Miltonvale oil Thursday. Mrs. Ella Summers was a Wednesday supper guest of Mrs. Foster Nicholson in Su- perior. Mrs. Wihna Weber and ram- ily of llavsvilh, sl)ent 'l'uesda~ at Erick Heitman's. Miss Ruth Rathblm was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mucller in Nelson on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wrh her were Tuesday evening call- ers at Fred Webl)cr's in SIll)er ior. Mr'. and Mrs Wayne Til)tOl~ took Bob to Lincoln Sunday where he will resume his stud its at the umversity Monday after a week's v;w;tlion. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie (;ri~ m~ were Monday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin. ..................... Esbon American Legion Auxiliary Mrs. Nina Beam, president opened tile meeting on Feb. 28 with prayer by Mrs. Freda Black. acting chaplain, fnllow ed by Flag Salute, National Anthem and silent prayer wilh Taps. Preamt)le was repeated and roll e;dl answered by 12 members. Minutes were read hy Mrs. /,ulu Shin p. actiug secretary. Financial report by Mr';. lla Whith'y. $2.1.00 were sent to the March of Dimes from th,, Ih,nefit Card Party. Also a Ih,nefit Card Party was phmm,d for County llospital Fund. l,orena Pate, Olive Ila.illy rout Mar3 l,ou Griffeth will he hostesses, Unit voted to iiay $'.'.5.t1{I Oll g;IS and lights in tla[I, also tu send $2.00 for sp~ cial t,;aster cheer. I,nrena Pate gave a relxJrt on Amer- wanislu. Ihlil ('los(,d with the pra3cr of the month and was ;~d.i,(wt~('(t to m(.,.,1 March 28 with Mrs. GJadys Smith and Mrs. llarrietI TolLliff. hostess- es. l,um.h was served by Mrs. Nero,no thLjny and Mrs. Mary Lou Griffeth, hostesses. On March 28 tile Unit was ('allcd t() tH'(It't' I)y Mrs. Nina Beam. president, and opened t)y l)r:o'er with Mrs. Freda Blat:k, acting chaplain, follow- ('d hy l~'h~ Salute. National Anthem. sih,nt l)rayer with T;lp'-, J'rcair)ble wits repeated and roll call answered by iI nlenfl)ers. Unit now has 75 nLemhers. $15.50 sent to County llosp~tal I,'und from Benefit Card t'arly and $5.00 sent to Winh.r (;(,neral for hinge priz cs. The Legion"; Birthday Par- 1,y was well attended as 50 people were there for supper anti a ~nod lime was reported by alk E[eetion of new officers .will hc ,,hi ;it tile April mcet mF,, so all crone out to tile ll/('{'l)l}. ]Vli't-{il)~ was closed with prayer fur peace and rrw(.ling adjourned to meet in April. Unit has sent over 90 Ihs. or (;,i'l)('t rags to Wads- x~t.'th llosl)ital. We used up all t}n, I';~r_s m/ h;m(I. We are l)a('kin,"~ out another shipment of used clolhing and will be glad for more clothing or ear- pet raff~. Mrs. Nina Beam and Mrs. Ruth Oberl won the two e:ue::s huxe:; furnished hy the hosh,ssc,,< Gladys Smith and Ih~rric{l T.pllff April meeting will be on tile 25th. Puhlicily, S. B. TIIERE Wll,l, BE A I'UIHJC SAM, OF TIlE 1, ) .~ AMOS CAI,AHAN ESTATE OF I ROt ERTY AND ALL PEI{S()NAI PI ()PEI{TY ON SATURDAY, APRIL 15 IN BURR OAK FULL AD IN NEXT WEEK'S PAPER NEW HOURS BUFFALO ROAM STEAK HOUSE Mankato, Kansas Weekdays 5 - 10 P. M. Sunday: 11:30 A. M. - 8 P. M. I1 CLOSED FRIDAYS For Reservations (;all FR 8-3971 CENTENNIAL DANCE GUIDE ROCK LEGION HALL SATURDAY, APR. 8 8:30 p.m. II Prize for the Best Dressed Couple - Prize for the Best Waltz Couple - Pie and Drink will be sold Family Affair - Everybody Welcome Sponsored by THE LEGION, FIREMEN, LIONS CLUB Proceeds to go to Baseball Fund J ill J 1 Wichita Some 1100 Federal tax returns without the requir- ed W-2 withholding statements have been filed so far this year hy Kansas taxpayers. This means a delay in the processing of refunds until the W-2's can be obtained from taxpayers, according to IIarry F. Scribner, IRS District Dir- ector f(Lr Kansas. Copy B of the W-2 statement thai emph)yers give emphLyees is the one which should be at- lached to federal tax returns, he said. Returns received without a W-2 for all income on which taxes have been withheld re- quire a letter to the taxpayer requesting the missing docu- ment. Until the W-2 is received, or an acceptable explanation of why it cannot be supplied, processing of the return cannot be completed. As of last week. Mr. Serib- ner reported, 800 refunds had been delayed in Kansas be- cause of incorrect or missing Social Security numbers. Mr. Scribncr reported that i lance to date other refunds are being i held up because of a variety of other errors or failures to cmnply with instructions mail. ed to each taxpayer with his tax forms. Tax returns filed up to last week included 1721 without the signatures of husband or wife or beth. These will have to be sent hack t.o tiLe laxpayers be fore refunds can be processed. Returns with errors in arith- metic which are causing de- lays in sending refunds so far total over 6500 and returns where taxpaye,'s have used the wrong tax table total over 561)0. Mr. Scribner said the IRS Service Center in Austin, Tex- as had proeesssed almost 137,- 000 refunds of Kansas taxpay- ers for a total of 19 million dollars. Mrs. Kenneth Ball returned home Monday after visiting a week at the home of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Berry and family, at Littleton, Coh). She was an overnight guest while there at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Sim- mons in Denver. 0" i% i il' : i- .... ~i!!i:5 Mankato area students, who arc taking Veterinary Medicine at Kansas~i University are shown above. They are (left to right): Larry David, Mankato; Johnson, Burr Oak, and Gordon Cunningham, Webber. Visitors in tile Jim Murray home last Sunday were Mr. l)any's service area, Edwards and Mrs. Gene Murray, Salina, noted, reached an all time Mr. find Mrs. Irvin Spillmanhigh during the past year and (;r'eg, Lincoln, Kans., Mr. when 113 new electric heat and Mrs. Aaron Murray and Jeanne, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hughes and Leslie, and Mr. Bill Lange. WP & G Gains Record Number Of New Electri Heat Customers In '66 Tile concept of total electric living, utilized in homes, schools, and industrial and commercial operations, took a large stride forward in Kansas during 1966, C. F. Edwards, Vice President of Western Po- wer & Gas Company at Great Bend, said today. Citing the annual electric heat survey by the Kansas Farm Electrification Council, Mr. Edwards said that as of December 31, 1966 there were 12,753 electric heat installa- tions in Kansas. "This is a 34 percent increase over the previous year,-- be said. "arid the equivalent of a city more than twice the size of Manhattan being total elec- tric." Electric heat installations in l Western Power & Gas Com- Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 Mankato, Kansas I installations were added to WP & G lines. This was a 71 percent increase over 1965 find included 72 residential and farm installations, 31 commer- cial and industrial facilities, and 10 schools. "This definite trend toward j,j Jillll i'J,itlljl J I'jlj, ,,,l,,!j!ll,llll AMEmCAN- tandard GAS FURNACE HAS LE6$1 --4 TAS DRY IH EVEN FLOODED- CELLARS This four-legged furnace will keep you free from worrying during those rainy spells. Its legs hold it up more than 8 inches off the basement floor -away from damp-away from water -safe and cleanl Look at these other features: Keeps your home at the exact tem- perature you want automatically! Operates at low, low cost-it's ex- tremely efficient. You can add low-cost summer cool- ing any time. And the price of this furnace bright Call for a free estimate today See the American Standard Furnace at our Store. I I | IJ KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY a 8:30 A. M. - 5:00 P. M. 7:30 P. M. Sponsored by BLOCK & ~c electric heating, a concept reatly only began in tile Mid- west shout four yeall'S Hgo, is :not only occurring in Kansas," said Edwar(ls. *"rhe same tiling is taking place on a na- tiomd scale." ii I w "Over 2.5 million ho111~ the nation ai'e now electrically," he stated; eording to the Electric Nt~a~l~ Assoeiation, there will 1~,:1~ million total electric horat!a !~ 1980. ill ill iH [, MAI)E IN AMERICA HARDWARE lqmne JU 7-2191 Burr Oak, Karts.. R WE IIAVE ABOUT TIlE USUAL I,INE OF IIARI)WARE: Stock Tanks, 4-ft. up to 8-ft. Lots of ilolts, all sizes, Ul) to l',q"x8" A go.od assortment of Wrenches, SoekekSet . , Box End; 1 set :]i" drive, good t'aint and Thinner; Linseed Oil, bulk a, ,, bulk Chains ,all sizes uI) to '/s , Roller Chains Sprocket Chains ........ A few Grain Augers Good heavy Tarps Aluminum Ladders, up 40-ft. Plenty of Sl)ades, Pitchforks, Scoops, Gardett Tools, Garden Seeds I)rill bits --Wood bits. Saws, Hammers, e c. Warfarin Rat Killer. %", :]k", Blaek & I)ecker EIectrie Drills Mower siddes, all Mnds, sections guatxls and other l)arts. Garden hose. Huffy mowers, used and new. A few guns and some fishing tackle. V-pulleys ; Belting. I We would like to meet each and every one. We feel we have a Staff of Workers that can't be beat. For Good Service and that Southern Hospitality. come in and let us serve you. WE DON'T WANT ALL THE BUSINESS - - JUST YOURS! Thank You. | O i I[ L I