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Mankato, Kansas
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April 9, 1964     Jewell County Record
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April 9, 1964, aewell Co. lReeorn. ~nka~, Mr. and Mms. Cec.~ HiKman Nova Shoe~'~ake~", Jmmt Railsbaek, d~ove to LincoLn, Nebr., "Monday Rex He~r~ingsen,,- Bob Rose and %o attend ,the funeral of a relative. ~Bob Railsback, with ~he play be- Mr arid Mrs Fred Dicker spent ing ecached by Mr. and "Mrs. Ar- ~%Ionday visiting Nlh-s. Lottie "Ma- need Rose. For "Comin' R our~d Tl]e ha2fy o:f Wilcox, Nebr., who had iMounmin", the cast is: l~ev. ~e been ill with che flu bu~ was im-;Smi'~. Justina Smith, Jean IIose, P~ovi~g. i Janice Fiene, HaroEt bnoemaKe, The Senior Glass of Es,bon tti.gh Dc,rothy "ibhomas, Wendell ,Meyer School presented their play Wed- [ an'd IMary Sirmnelink, and coached ~sday evening by ,Mr. and Mrs. Jt~rfings Borge~r. Several from this .area attended IT here will be no ad:missi~ charge hhe Horse Sale h~l,d at $.he Manka%oJbut a free will offering will be ~ales B~'n on WLedn*esday evening, taken. Pie m~d coffee will be sold after the plays. J.ohnnie Fie.ne missed schoel ~a,st week because of Che mumps. IZhe Prespecmrs Sunday School Class member, families and guests enjoyed a skating party at Ol~s~o Thursday evening. Funeral services for Pat ~V~al.on- ey, lcwg ~ime Ionia resident, were tlekt Wed.neck, as, at St. Theresa (1hutch m Man,kate and interment ~he cemetery near Jewell in ~he family lot. }Iigh schoo~ students of l~his ea'ea ~re bus)' Fric~ay and Saturd*ay ~i~ their musical numbers in the Disk-let Music Festival at Coneor- dia. Sti, teh arrd Ch,atter Olub met a~,ternoon with "Mrs. Simmel.~k. (Mrs. Glen Kin- ~eioe was a guest. We were sorry te hear cf ~'s. l~y Loomis being a hospi,tal pa- ~ier~t in B~qoit. ~WIrs. L0omis suffer- ed a stroke vchi~ working in her ~rd in Jewel'l. Wedn,esd~ay. Her n~any friends here are hoping she ~en w~l,1 be feeling betrer. Special n~/rr~ber ~or church Sun- ay was a piano sale by S,herri l~ietz. The Prospectors Sun d~y School Class will presence ~wo o~,~ act cam- Bob Rose has been m with i~e mea~les and ~'Irs. Gard, on A, lcorn i has an eye inlet,Lion. Li~t'le Timothy Ben:it has been il'l and under the docrar's care. Mr. m~d Mrs. Da~as Rariek arid Oecvge of Denver were aalling on relatives in Ionia. Friday. RoLls Dietz and Lesser S'ti.tes helped G'lenn Bartl~ey cut hedge posts Friday. Mrs. Dietz sper~t ~he day wi~h me. Frier~ds and rote,Lives o~ Mrs. John CounWrrm'n r, emen~bered her on her birthday Friday wi~h birth- day ~nd get-weI!l cards .as she is a medical patient at Smith Gou~:y Memorial HospitM. Dr. ~nd Mrs. D. W. SmKh o,f Salirm visited their sen. Rev. DM,e Smith .avid ~a'mily, Wedn'e~:d,ay and Thursday. Mr. a~cl lV[rs. G~l, enn Bartley and GaLl were Sunday afternoon via.it- ors of ~I. and Mrs. Rufus Man- chester and Nei,1. No seh,o~l ,Men'day aa the spebl- ing con"~est was held in Man ka, to V/ANTED: Adu tsM8 to 49 Learn to Operate IBM Machines Ke,, Punch Tabulating Frogramming Computers NCR 3100 Also Smell Cusine~s !achines In a few short w~,ks of residgnt or home stud,, we can train you for a high-pay job in :~is fas','-2*'o',','ing Automation industry. S:~.rt[ng sa~m'~s range ~rom $300 to $700 a month--and the need ~or trained ~eoole far e;,':e:os the sunF,. Placement service is prcvidd for a!l gred,Jates. We con arrange in;erest-~ree tui!ion loans for a limited number of qualified appli- cants. To learn if YOU qua!i{y, write TCDAY, aivin~ a~~, e'.lucai:on, c~,aress end p'non~ num..~. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Box 1105, Mankato, Kansas V ALLEY VIEW Rv ~ltS. C. SUI~MERS Dwayn~ Crks~pin :,;~ d,:..rmer Men- !day with M,r. ,a,~d ~Mr~. Dal~ C~'Js- pin. Mr. ~n,d M~rs. D~ Wobrbe~ and sans of I_~ln, S~e,'e Prum of Om~a. ,M~ ~. Dlea~ar C,ris~p~n and t Wy}~e Kirkpa, tmick wa .e Sur~d~y ',dinner .guests at .the ~.arvin We~- ~ i:iii~: ~.~, ,.~_ ',"-~ "~.xiii:i:?~i * *;~: r~ Did you know you can get Pont!ac Wide-Track, Pontiac performance, Pontiac quality, Pont!ac styling, Pontiac luxury, on a ll5-1nch wheelbase with a 140-hp in-line six for the price of a low-priced car? C1me look! W~de-Track Pontiac Tempest SOME REAL FINE USED CARS 1963 - 4 dr. Pontiac 1962 - 4 dr. Pontiac 1960 - 4 dr. Pontiac 1961 - 4 dr..Rambler 1958 - 4 dr. Pontiac 1957 - 4 dr. Buick 1956 - 4 dr. Chev. 1959 - 4 dr. Ford 1961 - IHC Pickup 1960 - IHC Pickup 1952 - IHC l~ckup SEVERAL OLDER CARS Waugh Oil g Gas Co 41, o ~lem FAder ~ Sunday. Eksie Zadi~-a, Esther PIodNes and P~t Hun~er were 'h~t~ a~ a coffee f~r Barbara Sneer and eh~ktren, Beth and Ket, t, who are r~ew to our neighborhood, on Thursday afternoon a~ the Snyde~" home. The guests were Emma Leormrd, Mary Diamond. O!~ie Reager, Gealie Bl~yl~k, Della My- emly, Irbie Hans(m, E~en ,Noll~r, Bla~c~he, i~ ,Corfin~, JoTee C~ylor, Joyce Rumbaug~h and Jeffery $ VE During Our Big ANNUAL SPRING \ of FINEST-QUALITY COOK'S PAINTS SAVE '1 a GALLON ON... Cook's Best Quality Oil-Base HOUSE PAINT or GRIPBOND EXTERIOR WOOD UNDERCOAT