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~f" t PAG: l Jewell County Record, Mankato, Kansas THURSDAY, APRIL 7, m [ Mrs. Isis Bowles spent[guests of Mr. and Mrs. How- [bridal shower held at the, Orlo Blanding was a guest [Home in Superior. [at extremely high figures. [ flesh, weighing 817 lbs.; 1~ Pit IL J [ Tuesday night and Wednes- lard Appleby. [ Legion Hall on Saturday]Thursday evening of Mr. and [ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson of[ Fat Hogs topped at] for $24 40. A set of St IlhFil[ I'i [day visiting at the home of] Mrs. Minnie Stafford,[evening with an attendance]Mrs H. G. Field and Mr.]Jamestown were Friday af-[$22.70. [off of them Weighing ! WaLmita Weir [her niece, Mrs. Chas. Gib-[Mike Stafford and Mr. and]of 28. The honor guest re-[Chas. Hout. It moon callers of Mrs. Em-i A set of Whiteface SteerlIbs. sold for $25.60. ' [son, Dr. Gibson and Jill, of]Mrs. Howard Field, Jr [ceived a nice assortment of[ Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Het-[ma Joerg. I Calves weighin~ 476 lbs I Cows sold mostly f! Mrs; Cleo Btanding re-]Smith Center She also vis-|spent Wednesday evening]gifts for her home. Hostess-[linger were guests for ice/ Mrs Gerald James spent]sold for $3420 A set ( f[$1600 to a $1950 top.: turni~d home Friday after[ited Miss Ethel Paton while lwith Mr. and Mrs. H. G.[es were Mrs. Mad line Hub-[cream and cake on Wednes-Iseverai days in Lawrence Whiteface Steers weighing Whiteface Steers wetg~ spending ten days visiting t in Smith Center. . ]Field and Mr Chas Hout in]er, Mrs Car l Stansbury,/day evening at the home of last we. . . ek attendin m 7 ol for 3375 AJ8231bs sold for ~25"g a eet- 3 1 lbs. s d $ ~ .8~ . her children InCmco Tex-Mike Stafford, a student observance of the blrthdays Mrs EdnaEngle Mrs Max-thewdaughter, Mrs Mlchael/in~ofFederatedClubs. [set o Whiteface Steersl l~r~or ean~ipnor~ wOl~ as, she visited. Mr. and. Mrs. at Fort Hays State College, of Mrs. Field and her twin me. Renken, Mrs Ehzabeth. E. Peters and Mr. Peters m] Mrs. Etta Younuo has oeone[weiuhin~o - o 623 lbs, sold for]Thorcm --~-~--,Wil~ n - M .~ ~i~la Rex Blandmg and children, spent his spring vacation brother, Chas. Hout. A beau-[Grimm Mrs. Anita Sw~tzer,[observance of Mr. Hefting-[to Kansas City to be with] ~n ~n ~a oaairp uz~;~e~o~[T,~h, 1oh-con-ChPt HanJ0J and stayed at the home of[w'ith his grandparents, Mrs.|tifully decorated birthday[and Mrs. Irene Park. . [er's bir~day;. [her daughter (3eorgia Dod-ISteers" w'ei'gil'ing~ ~;67'~lbs:/i~o'n'al &-k. C. P'ayne~,"~t~,~ her daughter, Mrs. Robert [ Minnie Stafford and Mr. and[ca~e .ana me cream were[ baran aria trances ~wc-[, l~rs. ~.ari ~ar~ or t~ourt-[son' [car-in~, a little flesh, solci/Doxon; Leland Frost; .' Romero, Dr Romero andtMrs H G Field, and other/servea. By Louise and How-/Cune, visited meir. sister,/tuna was a ainner guest, on/ ivlr. and Mrs. Flo,d~ Dun-/~ /~mr ~ot.ia. 6u wm~eiace /,:, ~ vv,~uu;,a~'-' ';" ma,a:~,*i""2~ "" l children, while they made a[relatives, lard Field, Jr. . [M,s. Ma~ Hughes, m Sup-[Sunday ,of,Mr. and Mrs.]stan and Olive June of Rus-[Steers Weighing 555 lbs /Gronewoller; Claud~ c~r trin t- New Orleans ~ 1 ~ ~a ~o ~.~ r~;~ / xir. and ~virs. R. C. riet-/erior on ~uesaay atternoon./tayior t.4arK ana e.ugene. /sell t4ans were callers Sat-/~.^. : ,; ~. ~ a ~ ~/,~. t4a/o '~,~ i;,~, ~t~ La g e tnve at tan h ann ]tmger called on friends at| Mr and Mrs Myron Gar-[ Mr and Mrs Dawd Pet- urd mornin at the ha e " C i B r hett: Nelson ter h ~ d a ." .~. ay g rn $29.90 19 Whiteface Steers ec Iu c . . H# Blandin home at P ]the Good Samaritan Nursmgllock sold their property to|erson and children of Hays/of Mr and Mrs Harr- Hio-I -:-- *--[r;o" curt Rock, Kans while they[Webber, and Mr. Richard]H me m Supermr on Sunday]Mr; and M s. E.B. . y,[were g ests Sunday of,her]bee" Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hig-[$29.60 A set of Wbiteface[Terrill; Irvin Rorick; were in Colorado for a few]Diamond of Mankato were|af~rn, n' [ana oougnt a property re]parents, lwr. ana mrs. t, nas.[bee and children were Sun-]Steers weighing 720 lbs.[neth Hartsel; Stewart Bar! da*,s vacation [~,^n-^~n ; / .an ~ooias was aamittea~uurr OaKtO oe near mSllAOXOn. Ida- dinner ouests ~ ~,~ ,~ v,o ~, ~er" Harold Ch~'ott" an s vvcu.~uay ~w ~ ~vw" " " Gold s ~, ~u~u ~o~ ~ ou.- [Saturday to the Bellevlllefwork. [ Mrs. a Doxon of[ [ W Us ---~ We had a and citer ' - [hospital for observation and,Mr and Mrs Lewis Dun-[Great Bend was a patient in [ ] g ~ / 1 " lvi~l~u ~vr~u~r~ market with 19 W ~face we appreciate" -mpu I tests. ]stan accompanied Mr. and|the St. Josephs Hospital m| ,o~a ~o O'~OOT ] ' .- [^ "~,:.- ; * l Mr. and Mrs. Laben Ped-/Mrs. Claude Graham of Nor-|Concordia from Monday un-/ [Vml.rers weigr,u!~g !as. ]u~ u~ ~u,~:, . :ct~0 selling for $28'~0 rote ers >ee you in ,Ic IN('flMi: Th TIll7 rick of Yates Center brought [ton to Salina on Monday, |til Sunday. Mrs. Doxon will [ . - ~ -, |- ~ . o~ ' ": "' ~ ,'~2 [v~;h, att~tVlIllla ll'lank IIHIL ,' We nau a mg run ot rive- tac elelrers ~o~t~:: ~o ,u,~y. her parents, Mr. and Mrs.]and returned home Tuesday. ]be moxmg to Jewell about [ ; [ . Raldo Hale, back to theirl Mrs Marie ~tafford waslMay 1 STOCK, With p~enty or Duyers/IDS. SOla for ~ 6z/ VAIL IVIC~LJ: IS A GOOD TIME 1 home in Randall on Sunday, [hostess to the Helping Hand Lynn Volker spent the on the st~iatS.lowPrilCeoSveht~e[White!ac~3Hei)~rs v :ieh~[ Sirnpsop~). TO HAVE A after the Hales had spent lClub and their families for weekend here with his wife [ een.w . .g " . . .e [am at s; :~~ o [ .~u~ .~ , ' . ' country put we maven rlgnt ~zo bo A set oi mt ,; ~oi- lvlanKatO, ~ ,: .' the winter with them. On [a covered dish luncheon and Eva Mae, and children. He,' I ". 7. o [ ~[|~J~ A~][|~JT : Monday, the Pedricks visit- |social afternoon at her home is employed on construction[amng ana solo some catueloreo ne~te~s calryl ninel O/tlilllltO tMb UUlll : ed her aunt, Mrs. John Mag-[on Thursday. Invited guests work at Frankfort, Kans [ -- "~ ~rl~ mTT~ ' nusson, and Mr. Magnusson. Jwere Mrs. Theresa Howell Mrs. Theresa Howell ancil ai .nr~ Mr. and Mrs. Clayton] and Mrs. Dean Berneking Jim were Sunday dinnerl : hWWl .v lt.v Hughes, George, Sarah and] and sons. guests of the Volkers. I ' ~L|||I ~|[||.|)IN|, ~[r [||~N /!~.~ N F~:ances McCune were din-[ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ap- ]'he H & G Grocery, own-[ [ " -- ~ = ~,=~y~ ~ ~vsaa~ a~ x~ her guests Sunday of Mr. [pleby called Sunday after- ed and operated by Howard l [ : 11n ~I~DTH ~[[ ~ r~ ~l~" iw~ao~o and Mrs. John Abel and[noon on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross, has undergone some[ [' t~ ~ ~, o~o Elizabeth of Burr Oak. IPeterson in Belleville, and modern improvements. The[ ~' ~, "Savino's & Inve tmanf Aeeannfa far ovary Mrs. Michael Mohler was [visited friends at the has- old storage room has been[ ~" "I honor guest of a community] pital, torn down and replaced by/ 1)urpose CURRENT DIVIDEND 4!/z% Accounts Insured by the FSLIC SAVE BY MAIL ACCOUNTS INVITED CLIP AND MAIL WITH YOUR DEPOSIT I Enclo e $ Please open a new Individual aeeount; Joint account Please cheek one) to,my Account No Name or Names to appear on Aeeount: I I { Reconditioned Deep Freeze 1 Used Frigidaire Deep Freeze 1 Used Comb. "Frigidaire" Refrigerator 1 Used'Electric "Frigidaire" Range I EMetric ' UniveYsal:" Rango 2 Used "Maytag" Wringer Washers 1 Used "Coronado" Refrigerator ALL IN WORKING CONDITION MANKATO, KANSAS I will be a public sale of the Earl Seafford property at the southeast edge of Formosa, Ks. SATURDAY, APRIL 23 Place has 8 acres with 6 acres of wheat. Has an all modern house, new barn, new garage. Will make someone a nice home to retire a or move lose to town. Anyone can see this property at any time as Mrs. Earl Stafford is still living a.t pro- perty. Aaron Murray, Auctioneer 43t2 INLANI) AUTOMATIC BALE STOOKER Can be attached to any baler having 14x18 or 16x18 bale chamber. HERE'S WHAT IT CAN DO FOR YOU Saves time and labor. Speeds up you hay operation. Lets you bale greener hay. /Protects the quality of your feed. MAK BALING & STOOK!NG A ONE MAN OI ERATION The Inland automatic bale stooker handles lyales easily and stooks them automatically stooks and can be handled with II THE CJOLUMBIAN SECURITIES CORPORATION TOPEKA, KANSAS ! is pleased to announce that WALTER CAMPBELL Mank ato; Kansas is now associated with our firm as A REGISTERED REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS -- BONDS -- MUTUAL FUNDS Columbian Bldg Topeka CE 2-7283 gd " I " I How well do you know Amerian History? You'll find it fun to check with this new and informative series. The first will appear in the next issue of this paper. Watch for it I BANK "UNDER THETIME AND TEMPERATURE SIGN" MEMSEI F.D.I.C. EST. 1887 MANKATO, ~$. Member Federal Deposit 'Insurance Corporation Fortunately, medical and drug costs are deduct- ible. Uncle Sam joins your doctor and WAGNER DRUG STORE, Mankato, in trying to keep you healthy. C end loader.- Unlimited e pa it f, balanced - ruggedly, hmlt - - reasonable one constructed of concrete .blocks. A new hot water tank and kitchen sink have been added, along with a modern type rest room. Ger- ald Carlton and his helper of Jewell did the masonry work. Carpenter work was done by Wybern Berneking, and the plumbing by Te- bow's o.f Courtland. Pete Bur man of Belleville put the finishing touches on the roof. Mr. and Mrs. Clark How- l~nd and son and Howard Ross drove to Leonardville, Sunday, and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howland and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sim- mons and family of Belle- ville and Mr. and Mrs, Bill Simmons were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Moore of Cawker City.I Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dempsey and family were guests Sunday of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dempsey. On Friday they visited his brother, Laverne, who was dismissed recently from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Snyder were Sunday evening visit- ors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sim- mons. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Sr were supper guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Jr and children of Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kingsley and Tim Marble went to Fairview, Okla Saturday to attend the funeral of Rex Custer, age 44, son of Mrs. Lula Custer. He was a resi- dent of Wichita, Kans and leaves his wife and two children. He was a nephew of Mrs. Joe Kingsley. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Drake of Hastings brought her mother, Mrs. Gertie Patrick, back to her home, after spending the past four weeks with them. Mrs. Elmer Patrick enter- tained Sunday afternoon and evening, honoring her hus- band's birthday. Those pres- ent beside the honor guest were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell, Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Patrick and family, Mrs. Gertie Patrick, Mrs. Mayme Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Studer, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson. The Past Sixteen Pinochle Club was entertained Mon- day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Watson. Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Allsman of Ches- ter, Nebr Mrs. Isis Bowles and Mrs. B. A. Field. Mr. and Mrs. Orville James and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Emigh were Sun- day evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray in Burr Oak.- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grow- cock of Elkhart, Ind are visiting Mrs. Maude How- land, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson and family, and other Howland relatives. The Growcocks are parents of Mrs. Smith Howland of Elkhart, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dewey were Sunday afternoon call- "ers of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Yarber of Ramlall. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Lee of Ocheydon, Iowa, arrived here Spnclgy tO h !P d spose be- moik Mrs, Mrs. Je~- on extra long Sealy values no,w. reduced to regular len~ 80"EXTRA LON$ f.: t Edge gards end edge-sag Gold quilted damask cov Quilted deep for luxury Duro Flange keeps topflr , W regular size same~rice 80" EXTRA LONQ f i Heavy gold print cover Edge Gards~ end edge-sail ", Quilted to puffySealyfoam 624 tempered coils in set ,I.;C. ra long ', or twin regular size same prtce Extra Long Sealy P0sturepedic REDU(i ;D! the good night and good morning mattre <; Enjoy 80" of stretch-oub comfort with no morning backache from sleeping on a too-soft mattress. Designed in cooperation with orthopedic surgeons for luxuriously firm supporK .:~?:'.:.:::::? 5O each pc. extra long full or twfn size Regular slze lame price ::i:iiil;;ii:!iiiil;;!i!iii:i!i!!:i(~!i