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y;, PAGE 6B ,,u , t JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS APRIL Mrs. Forrest Howard Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jeffery and family took cake to the home of Ml. and Mrs. Roy Brandon on Friday evening af- ter the ::,erYor Play to help their parents celebrate another anniversary, Gary Garman, Marion Bel don and Lynn Garman went to Enid, Okla. on Saturday to look about wheat harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Dan France and girls were Saturday over- night and Sunday guests in the Douglas GiHett home. Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman and family were Sunday even ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Parsons and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale tlenning- sen of hmia, Rev. anti Mrs Lee Hillery, Mrs, Roberl Korb and Mrs. ()live Miller were ea|lers on Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed and Mrs. Meri Reed and Michael Dean the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Bates in Beatrice, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers and Mr. and Mrs. l,ester Suchsland and family spent Saturday afternoon in Salina. They were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kuhn. Mrs. May Boitnott was racy ed form the Superior hospital to the Good Samaritan tiome in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDon nel visited Tana Sabin and Dora Thornton at Nelson and Mrs, May Boitnott at Superior on Friday. Rex Powell relurned to Havs on Sunday after spending his Easter vacation with his ~)'and- parents, Mr. and Mrs. h'a Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tucker of Madras, Ore. were here to attend the funeral services for Floyd Simmelink on Monday. Mrs. Rex Paul and boys and Mrs. Leroy Hartman and girls were Thursday afternoon visit- ors in the Glen Paul home. The Paul boys remained for a weekend visit. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Sunday evening visitors Thursday PAN FRIED CHICKEN Special ROAM HOUSE III II ,, III III L of his mother, Mrs. Daisy Brandon, at Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman and family were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman and Johnny. Mrs. Floyd Myers was a Wednesday morning caller on Mrs. Sue Baylie and Mrs. ltaz cl Seals at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris and family were Sunday din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bird and family. Mr. and Mrs. James MeCor- )nick visited her mother, Mrs. Ada Stanton, at the Bclleville ttospita] on Sul]day. Mrs. Stall ton is improving nicely and expects to be home this week- end. Mr. and Mrs. George Ayers were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs, Clarence l)ix h'r. They left Monday morning it))' their home ill Oxnard Calif. Mz'. and Mrs. Jake McDon nel and Mrs. Minnie Scott and I)ah, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. lind Mrs. Edgar Glover. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Camp- bell of Red Ch)ud were Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs. Bess Pair. Mr. and Mrs. LaVon Powell fh'w in from flays, Kans. tin Sumtay and spent the day with his ]);irents, Mr. and Mrs. h'a Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Under wood, were Thursday visitors ')1' Mrs. Floyd Simmelink and hnys. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Benbow and Mr. and Mrs. Fred San- derson were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Neff at Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mitchell of tlutehinson and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan were Sun- clay evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray. Mrs. Glen Paul accompanied Mrs. Virgil Warner and Mrs. Lewis Jeffery to the State W. C.T.U. convention at Ottawa, Kans. where they spent Tues- day and Wednesday. I,~ltll';I Anderson was a Sun- day dinner guest of Mrs. Marie Everson and boys. Mrs. Milburn Allred and fam- ily returned to their home in Denver, Colo. after spending a few days in the Duane Bennett home. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Marshall at Superior. Mr. lind Mrs. Arby Cole took Mrs. Etta Foster to Coneordia on Thursday where she con- suited the eye doctor. Mrs. Roy Brandon and Mrs. George Lockwood visited Mrs. Hazel Diehl on Friday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Beldon ' and family of Esbon, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Garman and girls & Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman and Johnny were Friday even ing guests at the Lynn Garman Uome after the senior play. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Hancock and ttoward spent Monday in Salina on business. Mr'. lind Mrs. Jay Beale and family were Thursday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. l,oydc Garman and family. Mr. lind Mrs. John G~ltes were Friday evening visitors at the Cort ttaworth home in Mankato. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Daniels of Kirwin were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. l)oug tas (;ilh,tt and Mr. A. T. 'l'lmm pson. Mr. and Mrs. John Gleason were callers on Mrs. Chtra Moon the past week. Mrs. Olive Miller was a Sun day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Reeve llawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed attended the funeral ser vices for Irvin Seimers at La- ray, MaltS. on Friday. Mr. Seiu-lers was a square dance caller. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Law- snn and Richard of Norton were Sunday visitors of his eousiiL Mr. and Mrs. Roy tteadley. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mc tune were Saturday overnight lind Sunday guests of his brn ther, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mc- Cune, at Salina. Mrs. Cecil Miller returned home Saturday from the Red ,Chmd hospital after spending :the past week there. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt spent Sunday in Salina visiting Cller yl Platt. Mrs. Merle Reed and Mi chael Dean and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. lh, rman Rne at Superi(n'. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis attended the funeral services for his aunt, Mrs. Bertha Mit- chell, at Mankato on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. I)ennis Spatz of Hays and Mrs. Duane Spatz were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Mrs. Etta Masters and Mr. and Mrs. Farl Mullins spent Sunday in Beatrice, Nebr. where they attended the 60th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ifarry Darwin. Mrs. Masters was present at their wedding 60 years ago. Mr, and Mrs. Gene Garman of Kansas City and Mrs. I,ucV Black of Topeka were Saturday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Renner. La.Von Ost spent tile pasl week home from college in Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blew went to ttutehinson on Wednes- day to help Frank Blew cele- brate his birthday. They all 81GGEST TELESCOPE THE HALE TELESCOPE, A 530.TON GIANT ATOP MOUNT PALOMAR IN CALIFORNIA, HAS A 200.INCH MIRROR NA HONOR OF TH ...... ' MED IN = m~,r~ WHO FIRST EN. VISIONED IT, IS, ESSENTIALLY, SENSIT|V . THE MOST E STAR CAMERA IN THE WORLD. The "&visible bargain" is buying a new car with a/ow cost Bank Auto Loan. You'll save on the over-all cost |usmlii rt*tumm 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 F.DJ.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 I H Hill !enjoyed- a steak dinner at the tied Rooster Care in Hutchin- son. Tim Blews returned home un Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newlin el Mankat() were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. t':lln('I' Alexlintler. l)r. CauLioLls A. Choate of Wichihi. ~tloSl speaker lit tile Methodist Church, is a house ~tlest lit the A. D. Aspegron lmme. Mr. and Mrs. l)oane Bennett and Mrs. Milburn Alh'ed, Vic- or ~lnd .~laeey v, ere Monday sut)per guests of Mr. and Mrs. (Jleinl lie)mett. IVh'. and Mrs. I)ave Olson of I,]riv. Kans. and Mrs. Alfred ()lson of Salina were Tuesday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woer- her and Arnold were Sunday dinner guests nf Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coekroft and Jan(co. Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole, Lot- tie Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mizner attended the 40lh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Avison at tilt, l,egi(m tlall in l,ehanon on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon spent Sunday in Tnpeka visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rad- ford. 'rite occasion being the wedding anniversary of the Brandons and the birthday of Mrs. Radford. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. I)eeker were Thursday evening dinner guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Myerly at Mankato. Bob and Carla Garman re turned to tlays on Sunday af- ter spending the F, atser vaca tion with their parents, Mr. anti Mrs, Lee Garman. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry England. Joyce Fogo, who is a senior 'ril l, at the Methodist Church. Larkie Ann presented each hostess with a corsage. They were Mrs. Gale Tcgley, Mrs. Derald Decker, Mrs. V. L. Old- field, Mrs. Douglas Gillett and Mrs. It. L. Grubbs. Mrs. Gale Tegley read the article "Weddings Can tie Fun". Debbie Jeffcry and Mar- sha McNichols sang "It's So Nice to ttave a Man Around the House", accompanied by Diana est. Mrs. George Co- sand gave two readings, a sol' ious one and a fun one after which l, arkie Ann opened her many lovely gifts from the lace covered gift table with a wedding bell centerpiece. Mrs. Don France and Mrs. Johnny Parsons helped with the gifts. The serving table was cover- ed with a white lace cloth over yellow and a centerpiece of yellow daffodils and yellow tapers. Mrs. V. L. Oldfield and Mrs. Douglas Gillett poured coffee and tea to the guests and they were also served date pudding topped with whipped cream. Guests attending were: Miss Larkie Ann Korb, Mrs. Ro- bert Korb, Jr., Mrs. Olive Mill er, Mrs. Reeve Hawkins, Mrs. Hazel Diehl. Mrs. Everett Jef fery, Mrs. Curtis Jeffery and Connie, Mrs. Clyde Korb lind Cindy, Heather Korb, Mrs. Gee. Cosand, Mrs. ttelen Mc Nichols; Mrs. Lowell Me- Nichols, Mrs. Cecil Korb, Mrs. David l)entaray, Mrs. H. W. Grubbs, Mrs. J. H. McDonnel, Miss Debbie Jeff cry, Miss Marsha McNichols, Miss Di- alia ()st, Mrs. Jim McCormick, Bruce and Melinda Ost, Mrs. Nettle Johnson, Mrs. I,yle Woods, Mrs. Bill Kiehl, Mrs. Willard Harris, Mrs. Art As pegren, Miss Lela Lamb, Mrs. Clare Laml), Mrs. Dale Warn- al Piltshurg Slate College, is er. Mrs. Clell Hancock, Mrs. doing her lira(lice teaching at Elton Gillett, Mrs. Don Fran West Port High School in Kan- sas Cily. Bruce and Mclinda ()st nf Franklin; Nebr. spent the weekend in tile Earl Garman home while their parents at- tended the Johnny Carson show in IAncoln, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Reinert, Kevin. Brenda and Sheilia were Friday evening visitors of' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sander- son. Mrs. Vh)rence Pixler return- ed home Saturday after spend- ing most of the winter with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Myra & family at Pipe- stone, Minn. The past two mmlths she has been with an- other daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Manning, at Wichita. Mrs. Darus Henningsen of co, Mrs. Johnny Parsons, Mrs. Emmett Lewis, Mrs. Roy Brandon, Mrs. Forest Foster, Mrs. Jack Burger, Mrs. Of ville Hafner and the hostesses. Invited but unable to attend were: Mrs. Nelson Harris. Mrs. Glen Paul, Mrs. Lyle Jeffery, Mrs. Don I)iehl, Mrs. i Mike Caldwell, Mrs. DollieI Caldwell, Mrs. Lawrence Wil-i son, Mrs. Loren aordon and Linda, Mrs. Fitz West and l,in- da, Mrs. Loren Fogo and Con- nie, Mrs. Bill Ward, Pam Dit- ter, Mrs. Frank Korb, Mrs. LI IBoyd Korb and Sandy, Mrs. Bud Platt, Mrs. Gerald Boy- les, Mrs. Ona Williamson, Mrs. Henry Iteskett, Mrs. Lcster Suchsland, Mrs. Alsohrooks, Mrs. Glen Rhoe, Mrs. Phyllis Thompson and Mrs. Clliudc G utschcr. Junior Leaders Meeting Perhaps SOllle of you l't';Iflc'l'!; would like to join lilt ill ~l flower fund fnr iJur siiOli It) depart County Agent, ,Jiiii (JLtli ter. Enjoy Iris help ~llil(, 3,..~1 earl. for he won't be arouild to() much lonl&'r. This prophesy was nlade quite evident by Terry Vohoril at our latest Junior Lcadcrs meeting, March 27, ;It lhc' courthouse. As usual, evcry(}nc \~.;is l'HIh er shy about discussing any business, and it took the con certed effort of Mr. Guntcr; our president, Jtuth BhHlncr: and a few_adults to get the ball rolling. It rolled ~11 ;i Cl';l\~l for the greater part or the ev- ening. The topie of a Junior Leader party was t)rought till. ;.~qd helped along by such contril'u tinns as "Mayl)e a (tHll(,t,V "Well, it's gotta be legal". We finally decided upnn a hobo dance to be held in lhe 4-f! barn. The clause which all,wed each Junior Leader to invile one non-4.1t'er passed with al most unaninlous approval of the kids. One other piece o~ busines'; WaS brought 1/i): il I/1OIICy raising project for our grgup. After a litLle discussion (\t')'y little) on the topics of a dance sponsorship and bank robbery we decided to host a movie at the Ute Th('aler. A (,omnlittee was appointed Ln take care of the details. Now came the h)ng awaited elilnax of the prod{ram: ii talk t)y 'Perry Voboril on the topic of smoking. Terry hdked on! both the pleasant and unpleas Jant aspects of snmking, and the latter appear to greally outnumber the former. Tercv's outstanding collection of facts on the subject (plus a little ribbing from the sidelines) caused Mr. (~llnler to VOW |O give up the deadly habit. It's not that 1 d(m'l think y()ur ef fort is sincere, Jim, but was that realty a wallet bul.