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- [ IIIII 1 l l Ill II l lllll l ( II I Jeweil CountYlllRecord, Mankato, Kansas 1 II l THURS AZ.APR*L 7, 96E I III / CARl} OF IITHANKS I wish to thank my friends and relatives for their cards, gitts an isJ,E Sch]ot- l:tll'i~ k for such good care r broken leg. A special to Forrest Dempsey Higbee for carry- CARD OF THANKS I want to say "Thank You" to ihe doctors, nurses, and the entire staff for the ex- cellent care and delicious :meals while in the hospital at Red Cloud, Nebr, and to all my friends and loved ones for sending cards, let- J~fln Volker and parents, tars, fh)wers, or making ~, and Mrs. Lynn Volker calls while in lhe hospital " lill,i ' I or since coming to Lena ~NK YOU Harris' Rest tlome at Red Cloud. Your thoughtfulness n we wart to say will never be forgotten. to friends, relatives Thanks again. lghbors for the cards, --Ruth H. Dilhm. visits, and the help and help offered Carmen Volker, daughter ~omer's second stay of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Volk- tOspital and since re- er of Formoso, is in the hos- home. Words seem pital at Belleville having; in trying to ex-[medical treatment under the appreciation, but lsupervision of Dr. Schlotter- I again, back. Mrs Clomer Sipe" 7 # LILIES OTHER POTTED PLANTS ' "CORSAGES [ Mr. and Mrs. Laban Ped- rick of Yates Center, Kan- sas brought her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hale of Ran- dall home this week. Mr. & IVlrs. Hale spent the winter in their daughter's home. Mr. and Mrs, Dick Long of Wheat Ridge, Colo. visit- ed over the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. G. Hills. "~Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Fear- ing returned home Saturday after spending the winter at San Antonio, Texas where their son, Dr. Olin S. Fear- ing, and family rive. Dr. Fearing is a professor al Trinily University. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many Jewell county friends for the letters and beautiful greetings we received from you for our 40th Anniver- sary. They made us so happy and added much toward making it a very special oc- casion. --Henry and Abbie Swoveland I)ear friends, A veteran nm'se writes" It has always seemed a tragedy that so many people go through life haunted by the roar of death. Something strange and beautiful happens to men and women when they come to the end. All fear, all horror disapl)ears. I have often watched a look of happy wonder (lawn in their eyes - it is all part of the illimit- ahle goodness of God." Respectfully, -1 CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank our friends and neigl',bors who sent flowers, cards and food at the time of my grandmother's, Mrs. Jamie- son, death. --Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Shoemaker and Family CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives and friends for the nice cards, letters, flowers, gifts and visits while I was in the hospital. They were all greatly appreciated. ---Mrs. John Shoemaker. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nich- ols of Ellsworth were visit- ors Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nichols, and called on Man- kato friends. CARD OF THANKS We thank the Mankato Fire Department for their prompt response in putting out a grass fire. --The Ray Smiths. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank friends and relatives for the many cards, visits, food sent in, and of- fers of help to me and my family during my stay in the hospital. --Cecil Korb. Mr. and Mrs. Ynove Brase and son, David, of Denver, Colo spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Russell. Mr. Brase is Mrs. Russell's brother. The Brases expect to spend this week visiting in Beloit and Lindsborg. WE INVITE YOU TO STOP AND SEE THE ' T NEW ADDITION (TILE RED CARPE SHOP). We will handle Bread, Rolls, Cheese, Cold Meats, Ice Cream, We will be open 24 hours a day, s, even days a week. We invite you to stop and see our full line of MEADOW GOLD PRODUCTS WATCH FOR OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY WHICH WILL BE HELD SOON 1 MUSIC GROUPS DO WELL AT STATE CONTEST VFW Post 7830 Elects Officers For 1966-67 Mankato's Music Depart-I Jewell County Memorial ment showed a fine record[ Post 7830 met Monday even- at the State Music ContestI ign, April 4, at the Hall in held in Concordia on Friday lMankato. Officers for the and Saturday. This year's[ 1966-67 year were elected, contest has been changed in[as follows: several respects; the District Commander, Ralph Ham- Festival has been abolished ilton Sr. Vice Commander, with each school participat- Rex Freeman; Jr. Vice Com- ing on the state level; sight- mander, Don Snyder; Quar- reading was incorporated in- termaster, Gerald McAtee; to the festival for bands, Adjutant, Jerry McCollum; choruses and glee clubs, Advocate, Glen Stephens; The Band and Mixed Chaplain, Walter Campbell; Chorus received a II rating, Surgeon, Norman Hesser; the Girls Glee Club got a and Trustees: Grant Berry, 1 III. Other ratings were as ~ear; Clarence Loomis, 2 follows: ,ear; and Evan Hanson, 3 I--Girls Triple Trio; San- ,ear. dy Wilson, piano; Marla Isaac, voice. II--Saxophone Trio; Clar- inet Quartet; Mixed Ensem, ble; Girls Varied Vocal (I); Ralph Ozmun, trumpet; Marla Isaac, clarinet; Nela Huntsinger, vocal; and Cindy Halstead, vocal. llI--Girls Varied Vocal (II); Nela Huntsinger, tenor sax; Jeanette Grout, piano; Milk, Cottage Cookies, etc. and Carol Ozmun, vocal. IV--Brass Quartet; and Vernon L. Hamilton, Soil Scientist, is attending Soil Correlation School in Lin- coin, Nebr for two weeks. I I I U I I m Mr. and Mrs Lester Broyles spent Saturday night in Manhattan at the Larry David home. On Sunday they and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Deanne Coffman, vocal; David and Bruce went to David Mendenhall, vocal;I Richmond, Kans for the 60th Wedding Anniversary of Mrs. Eroyles' parents, Mr. Pat Peteete, vocal, and Mrs. Fred Kuiken. Oth- ers from here who were l present were Mr. and Mrs. SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Week of April 11-151Walter Mechsner. Mr. and Monday: No School. Tuesday: Chicken Casser- ole, Boiled Potatoes, Green Beans, Rolls, Butter, Jelly. Mrs. Rolla Dietz and Sherri, and Mrs. Bertha Dietz. Sgt. John Russell has been transferred from Lin: coin Air Force Base to the Amarillo, Texas, Air Force Base. John visited his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Russell, on March 30 enroute Wednesday: Ham and Po-: tatoes, Creamed Peas, Cake, Rolls, Butter, Milk, Raisins. Thursday: Fried Chicken, Potatoes and Gravy, Kraut, Cinnamon Rolls, Butter, Rel- to his new assignment. iS~rli~;|;:'~'"'"- Fish, Buttered Po-I' Father Loren Werth of tatoes, Creamed Corn,Rolls, lWashingt. n was visiting Butter, Celery, Milk with Father James hoover and other friends in Man- CARD OF THANKS I II I FOR A GOOD USED CAR Most men think this GMC Pickup costs a lot more than it really does. Can you blame them? I wish to thank each one who sent cards and food while I was in the hospital. Your thoughtfulness will al- ways be remembered. God bless each one. ---Mrs. Tony Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oglevie, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Roe, and Mrs. Minnie Boyles of Courtland were Sunday din- ner guests of Mrs. Etta Foster. SP5 Clarence Tyler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tyler, has just received his SP5 rating. Clarence has been in Germany a little over two years. He is a cook in the Army. Clarence will receive his discharge in August. kato Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Casel- man of Beloit spent several days with their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and family, the first of the week. Denile Marie Topliff Mr. and Mrs. Donn Topliff are the proud parents of a 6 lb 6 oz. baby girl born at the Beloit Community Hospi, tal, who has been nam- ed Denile Marie. She has a brother, Danny, and a sister, Donna, to welcome her home. WEATHER According to Clyde Reed, official weather observer, the high temperature the past week was 79 degrees on March 30. The low tem- perature was 24 degrees on Tuesday, April 5. There was a sprinkle of rain Monday, but it was not measurable. ~Mrs. Darus Henningsen visited Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ernest Kindler in Esbon. It looks like big money. Take the exclu- sive V-6 engine. Many have gone 150,000 miles and more without major overhaul. About half that is average for most competitive engines, but the V-6 isn't just average. Four headlamps, not two. And that GMC nameplate means it's built, sold and serviced by truck people. The real price? I'm [Weather Last Week According to Clyde Reed, weather observer, the high temperature for the week was 65 degrees on Monday, March 28. The low tempera- ture for the week was 10 degrees on Wednesday, March 23. 2" of snow fell on the 23. The total moisture from the rain and snow was .48 of an inch. Gene Frerichs and Mrs. Glenn Hutt of Superior transacted business at. the Record office Thursday. Mrs. Hutt paid for a clas- sified ad and Gene renewed his subscription for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Howard David visited relatives= at Lenora last Wednesday mornnig. In the afternoon, they attended the funeral of Mr. David's stepmother, Mrs. B. F. David, at Norton. The Rev. George M. Bing- ham, pastor of the Assembly of God Church, announces a week of special Evangelistic meetings beginning Sunday, April 17. Services each even- ing except Saturday. We are glad to present Rev. Claude J. Utley as guest speaker. He formerly pastored at Topeka and at that time he also served as District Secretary of the Kansas District Council and officiated in Setting in Or- der the Mankato Assembly of God Church. During the pastorate of Rev. J. K. Rich- ard, Rev. Utley was speaker for a Diatrict Fellowship Rally. Later, as District Sup" erintendent, he ministered in the church a number of times. His ministry will deal with present day world con- ditions in the light of the Scriptures and also speaking in prophecy of stirring era- inent events. Special time and prayer will be given for the healing of the sick. The pastor extends a cor- dial invitation to hear this speaker. Clifton Wins Jewell Invitational Track Meet Clifton won the 12th In- vitational Track and Field Meet held at Jewell March 31, 1966. Downs was second with 31.5 points and Jewell third with ,25 points. Other Jewell County teams scored as follows: Mankato 6 points and Burr Oak and Esbon scored 2 points each. Vance Tyrell of Mankato won the javehn with a heave of 168 feet. Mike Rourke was 5th in the shot put. aRayss~ Hodgell of Topeka p ed away yesterday. A complete obituary of this fine man will be printed. i waiting to surprise you. ~ i I I 1964 - Pontiac Station Wagon with power lI and air i 1962 - Chev. 4 dr. iII 1961 - Chev. 4 dr. with air 1961 - Pontiac 4-dr. :i 1961 - Pontiac 4-dr. with air Municipal Auditorium, Beloit, Kansas, Tues April 12 - 8:30 p. m. . i 1961 - Olds 4 dr. Main Event for World's Championship: "Mad Dog" Vachone vs. sire, i 1959 Olds S!ation Wagon Igor Vodik, 2 falls out of 3-60 minute limit , J.on kup out nu*e m t ![ //// THESE ARE ALL PRICED RIGHT Special t vent: One Fall - 30 minute limit. Advance Ticket Sale: Heiman-bood Appliance Store, Beloit Sponsored by: Veterans of Foreign Wars & American Legion ( I II --4 lllllll II I I l '66 PonHac, :::::2'2 :/:::'f<::2 fli ~. Pontiac Motor Division expensive that a lot of people don't of makes you wonder why you should buy a priced right down there withinIow-priced car when you can buy a high-priced low price buyers. Wl~ich sort car for the same money. A Pontiac Catalina, "" Wide-Track Pontiac Catalina (A big, powerful Pontiac for less than $3000*) 2- ar~d 4 door s~ :fan~, and 2- and 4-door hardtops are aH I~ss lh~n $3000. These prices include excise fax dallve and handhng c~~arg l~ar~i~odali(m char0es, ~tate and local taxes, accessories and optional equipment ~.d{liiion~, SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER AUCTION OF ODD ACRE RANCH 724 acres in Franklin County, Nebraska located 5 miles east and 5 mi. north of Franklin, Nebr. Auction will be held at the ranch on Friday, April 15, 1966 at 2:00 P. M C. S. T. This ranch positively sells to the highest bidder. Legal Description: The North ~,~ of Section 1 and the East of the South-East t/~ of Section 1, T2N, R14W, and the West ]/~ of Section 6, T2N, R13W of the 6th PM Franklin County, Nebr. 724 acres of deeded land. 65 acres of cultivated land all irrigated by pump with good well and natural gas motor. The balance of the land is grass fenced into three pastures. Improvements: New 30x72 Haydite block house with 2 stall garage attached, new Harvestore air-tight baked enamel silo, new 32 by 64 metal machine shed, 30x60 hog shed, cattle shed 24x70 and 20x30 chicken house. Good water system to buildings with REA and natural gas to building, also good water facilities to pasture. Terms: This ranch can be bought for as little as $15,000.00 down and contract sale on balance, or the owner will accept all of the money at once. For further information or inspection, contact Stacy or Jake McCoy of Araphoe, Nebr T. L. Steamer or Melvin Ricketts of Franklin, Nebr. or the owner of Kearney, Nebr. It is quite possible that a section of grass, which is school land will be sold in the near future. This joins the ranch on the north. In case of extremely bad weather the day of the or 'KM Radio for change, of sale. I STARTING AT2:3O P, M. MANKATO CITY PARK PRE-SCHOOL THRU 6TH GRADE CHILDREN ARE ELIGIBLE TO HUNT. SPECIAL AREAS WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THE VARIOUS AGE GROUPS: EACH SACK IS WORTH 5c WHEN REDEEMED FROM MERCHANT WHOSE - NAME IS STAI IPED ON SAOK. iponed for ~ ' r