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APRIL 13, 1967 JEW LL COUNTY MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B Forrest Howard Everett Reed, Mrs. and Michael Dean Mrs. Viola Clegg in on Tuesday afternoon. Wes and Wylie Alex- of Mankato were Satur- in the Elmer Alex- home. and Mrs. Lee Garman Sunday evening visitors , and Mrs. Art Aspegren. and Mrs. Clarence of Mankato were Sun- visitors of Mr. Glenn Bennett. and Mrs. Clark Calahan afternoon visitors and Mrs. George Mar- Mankato. Erich Penner and Mrs. Cockroft of Mankato and Mrs. Arthur Cock- Janice visited Duane at Concordia on Sat- sfternoon. and Mrs. I)avid i)ema Sunday evening din- of Mr. and Mrs. James at Formoso." Pixler was adm|t the Bellevi]le hospital night suffering stroke. Mrs. Quinton Brown Mr. and Mrs. Fran- and Mary of Mankato Lela Dillon and Wil- Sunday dinner guests and Mrs. Lowell Me- and family. Gerald Dempsey spent days the past week in W. Fearing home re- from a virus. and Mrs. Glenn Paul on Mrs. Merl Reed and Dean on Wednesday band Mrs. Loyde Garman were Monday even- of Mr. and Mrs. Garman and family. Larry Gillett of Tinker Base in Oklahoma Friday evening to visit days in the Douglas Gill- Mr. and Mrs. Dan and girls of Kensington also weekend guests. Ida Pugh and Mr. and Gleason were Sun- guests in the Eldon home in Belleville. In they all drove where they were in the TerrilI LcClef in honor of Scotty's 2nd ly. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas of Clyde were also pre- Mrs. Ed Loomis and Mrs. Darus Henning- Mankato were Sunday visitors of Mr. and John Gates. and Mrs. Louis Ohm- and family Of' ,Gltide and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn and boys were Sunday supper guests of Mr. Charles Harris and and Mrs. Bill Kiehl and were Sunday dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Henry and Jerry. and Mrs. Lester Bausch dinner guests of ~ad Mrs. Orville Tatum of ~. Nettle Johnson accom- Mr. and Mrs. Finley Mankato to Hutchin- an Sunday where they the day visiting Mr. and Ed Athen and Mr. and Earl Allen. Mrs. Athen i~I~ister to Nettle and Fin- r. Athen is a patient in trace Hospital in Hutch- and Mrs. Russell Lewis Tuesday evening dinner at the Bob Throup in Smith Center in honor birthday. and Mrs. Claude Lans- Fairmont, Nebr. were dinner guests of his Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Mr. and Mrs. Max of Lebanon and Mr. Duane Spatz and Pat afternoon callers, and Mrs, Everett Reed Mrs. Merl Reed and Dean to Missouri on They will join Pvt. who is stationed at Leonard Wood. Edna Jones, Mrs. Gel- Mrs. Lettie Korb Ethel Hasty were dinner guests of Mrs. Mullin honoring Mrs. and Mrs. Mullin's and Mrs. Don Modlin ~unday evening visitors Cecil Modlin's while and Mike attended the meeting. and Mrs. Eugene Duns- Id family of Formoso afternoon callers Carold Van Schoiack and Mrs. V. L. Oldfield Ona Williamson at- a family reunion dinner 24-66 Cafe in Beloit on Joe Reinert of Esbon afternoon call- Wayne Underwood Sander- son attended the 'funeral ser- vices for Fred Bohner at Glen Elder on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stafford and baby of Courtland and Mr. and Mrs. Don Mahaffy and Butch of Mankato were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fearing and Dave and Mrs. ()llie Moon were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul. Mrs. Newell Alexander and boys and Mrs. Merlin Ah,xan der and girls were Sunday af- ternoon visilors of Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Roy 13ran(hm visited Bud Sloan at Mankato land Mrs. Daisy Brandon at I Beloit on Sunday afternoon. : Mr. and Mrs. ,Jay Beale anti i family were Tuesday supper ]guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loydc Garman and family. Mr. and Mrs. l)ow Stansbury were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I)uuglas Gill ett and their house guests. Mr. Jim Baldwin of Tol)t'ka was a recent caller at tim Nel- SOIl ~-farr[s h(/lue Mr. and Mrs. Chu'k Calilhan were,~ Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. Ona Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanderson of Lebanon and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanders(m went hi Bell(' ville on Saturday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Walker. Mrs. Lawrence Jones of Northbranch was a Saturday evening visitor of Mrs. Mamie Mullin while Lawrence attend- ed the White Elephant Sale sponsored by the Lions Club. Mr. and Mrs. Guy OIdfield and family of Lawrence were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Oldfield. Mrs. Ollie Moon spent Tues Edwin IIoldrcn and helped Janet celebrate her birthday. Bill tiodgcs spent the week- end at Imme. Its is working in Texas. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. anti Mrs. l,aVerne I)empsey were: Mrs. Ethel Dempsey, Mrs. Rall)h Cordcll of Warren, Ore., Mr. anti Mrs. Marr Dempst,y, Mr. and Mrs. Far- rest I)eml)sey and family, Mr. and Mrs. I)ennis Murray and Brian. and Miss I,incht Peteete. Mr. and Mrs. Gem Curdel, Burr Oak, were afternoon call- ers. Mr. and Mrs. I,Ioyd Falk visited her brother, Albert An- derson in lhe Imsl)ital at Wash ington, Kans. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ,Jim Murray of Mankatu were dinner guests Sunday al the Aaron Murray's. In the afternoon they all drove down |o the (lien Eider l)anl. l)ena Clegg of Mankato spent Sunday night with Joan Mur- i ray. Mr. and Mrs. Wesh,y Moore and family 'spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore. Wesleys arc now living in Mankal.u. Mr. and Mrs. Marr Dcmp- sey, Mrs. Rall)h Cordell and Mrs. Ethel I)empsey were Monttay night stqll)er guests of Mr. and Mrs. l)cnnis Mur- ray ;rod Brian in Mankatu. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Murray and ~0rh.; were evening callers. The occasion was Brian's birth- day. Mrs. Glenn tfastings left on Sunday evening |)y bus for her home at Lancaster, Calif. after a 3 weeks' visit with her mo- ther, Mrs. Cleo Dempscy. day and Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moon, Jr. "'Frosty'" and Vicky at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole of Mrs. Lola Laps of Lebanon Burr Oak entertained Mr. and l and her sister, Velma Houston, of Stephenson, Wash. were Monday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Mamie Mullin. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jones of Oregon were Tuesday visit- ors in the Elmer Alexander home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Me- Mains and Gary were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and' Mrs. Jay Reed and family at Stanford, Nebr. Clifford McCune, James Mc- Cormick, Jesse Platt, Bill Yet- ter, Henry Garman and Rich- ared Brook attended the area mens' meeting and supper at the Christian Church in Man- kate on Monday night. Jay Beale, Marvin Beale, Loyde Garman, Charles Har- ris and Bob Parsons went tu southern Kansas on Wednesday to look about wheat harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers are spending this week in Sa lina visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kuhn. Funeral services were held Wednesday for Frank Clark at the Methodist Church. He pass- ed away at the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Parrish at Independence. Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Snobs- land spent Thursday in tin cola, Nebr. Sharla stayed with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baylie and family were Friday even- ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman and family, Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Montrose E.H.U. met Wed- nesday afternoon at the parish house with seven members present Maxine Dempsey was hostess. Mrs. Cleo Dempsey and Mrs. Marjorie Hastings, Mrs. Jim Baleh and Miss Margaret Balch, Concordia, were visit- ors of Mrs. Ethel Dempsey the past week. Community Club met Thurs day afternoon with Carol Hedges as hostess. Next meet ing will be April 17 with Min- nie Hoard as hostess. Mrs. Ralph Cordell, Warren, Ore., arrived Saturday evening for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Ethel Dempsey, and oth- er relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fer ron, Concordia, Mrs. Hugh Cusic, Mrs. Cleo Dempsey and Mrs. Marjorie Hastings were recent callers at the Fred Hae- gert home. - Mr. and Mrs. Don Bangs at- tended the Music Festival at Concordia Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Fuller- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jessup attended the Adventist services in Belleville Saturday. Mrs. J. C. Jones of Timken spent Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobsen. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Falk and Lee Ray were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Falk in .Concordia. Mrs. Lulu Jacobs and Mor- gle Sutherland were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beam. They were all guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Beam Saturday evening for ice cream. Vicki Fogo has been ill with strep throat. Mr. and Mrs. George San- derson drove to the Hal Ste phens home at Salina Sunday to see the grandson, Marc Aar on. Mr. and Mrs. itarvey Mc Caulley and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanderson of l,etlanon called on Mr. and Mrs. era Hills Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bert Henry spent Sat- urday evening with Mrs. Arl)y Cole in Burr Oak while Mr. i Henry and Arby Cole attended the Lions Club White Elephant Sale. Mr. and Mrs. John Elmer Scott and children of Mankato spent Saturday evening at the Glenn Jones home in Eshon. ,John Elmer and Glenn Jones visited Mrs. Viola Jones at the Webster Co. tIospital. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. md Mrs. Harold Beam were Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Adamson and children of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. I)onald Beam and family of Smith Center I Mr. and Mrs. Juhnny Beam and chihiren and Mrs. Jim Fogo and family. Mr. Fogu stayed home with Vicki who is ill. Miss Earline Silsby and a girl friend of Beh)it spent the weekend at the Earl Silsby's. Mr. and Mrs. (;lent] Junes attended a family dinner in honor of Miss Mariam Hughes and Mr. Brad Marsh of Denver at tile Clayton flughes home Sunday. Other guests included Mrs. Ida I,ivengood and For rest of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. John Abel and Elizabeth of Burr Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson and son of Sa- lina. Mrs. ,lake Callaway has been spending the day with her me- Mrs. Ray Meyers of Lebanon, ther, Mrs. Anna Graham, who Mr. and Mrs. Bert Henry of ]underwent surgery at the hos- rovI ltal in Esbnn and Mr. and Mrs. G - p" , " Superior Saturday er Mizner of Burr Oak last Wednesday. After a lovely din- ner at the cafe, the four cou- ples spent the afternoon at the Cole home. Mrs. Joy Mi- chael had put a beautiful wed- ding cake on the table as gift to the guests. Sunday afternoon callers at l.he llollice Avison home were Mr and Mrs. Glen Collins of Red Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Har+ ry Price and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lamkin of I.ebanon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frost, Becky and Racheal Foutz of Esbon. Sat. and Mrs. Larry Welch and chihh'en of Bellevue, Neb. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frost. Mr. and Mrs. John Frost were Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adam- son and (:hildren of Kansas City spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. morning. We are happy to re- port that Mrs. Graham is get- ting along just fine. Becky Foutz spent Friday night with Helene Gass and then Helene spent Saturday at the Foutz home. Mrs. Bryce Dodd received word that her nephew, Bill Anderson, and his wife of near Chicago, will appear on the Newly Weds program this Fri- day. Bill is scheduled to leave for Okinawa the last of this month. Mrs. Wilma Anderson will fly out and come back with his wife in the car. Melva Dawn Shipley was a Sunday dinner guest of Julie Shuts to help Julie celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Thelma Beam was a surprise guest Friday morning at a coffee at her home helping her celebrate her birthday. Those present were Mrs. Ben- ii II I I IN USELD CARS AND TRUCKS 196.1 - OIA)S 4-1)r. with Power and Air 1964 - PONTIAC 4-Dr. with Power 1962 - FORI) 4-Dr. - ) 'I 'l 1960 10NI AC 4-1)r. 1963 - GMC l'ickup 1964 - CItEV. Pickup 1959 - CtIEV. Pickup with Box 19;)8 - IItC l'ickup 1949 - Ton Truck with Box and Hoist COME IN AND SEE US FOR NEW OLI)S. PONTIACS, AND GMC l I Ill II "Living Sound" HEARING AIDS, @ .. have brought happiness to thousands. We have a hearing aid of pleasing style and reasonable price for any electronically correctable hearing loss, :EGULAR LOCAL SERVICE by competent Zenith trained personn WEDNESDAY, APR. 19, 1967, at the CORRELL HOTEL, MANKATO, KANS., from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. f the Manufacturers of World Famous Zenith Radio, W, arid HI Fidelity Set MF, MBER: K/~ISAS HF,,ARINQ hid DEALERI/,,,~$N~, i1~ ny Kemper, Mrs. Melvin Ship- ley, Mrs. tiarold Beam, Mrs. Jim Fogo and Mrs. Melvin Silsby. Word has been received this morning of tile death of Mr. Mike Moravek, father of Ken- neth Moravek. Memorial ser- vices will be Wednesday at E.U.B. Church. Burial will t)e in Esbon. We want to ex- tend our sympathy to the fam- ily. The E.II. Unit Tea is to be held in Jcwell today. Members of the ltighlanders and White- mound Units phm to attend. Mrs. Ruse Young and Mary and four grandchildren of Om- aha were weekend guests of Mrs. Glen Dodd and Mrs. Mary Hajny. Sunday dinner guests were the house guests, Mr. aud Mrs. ,John Z~t(tina arid Mr. and Mrs. Archie rl'ucker and Tonuny t)f Manliatu, Mr. and Mrs. Joimny Tm.ker of Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. I)on Fogo and children and Mrs. Lillian l,'ogo of Esbon. Mrs. Mary tlajny and Mrs. Glen l)o(Id visited Torn llajny at the Webster Co. Itospital Friday. ~'ltN'}r MOlllll,es, ;I senior of Eml)oria State Teacher's Col- lege, was on the Dean's honor roll for the fall semester. She , is a major in elementary edu- cation and has a position as third grade teacher in the Nie- man School at Shawnee, Kans. for next fall. She is doing her !practice teaching at Emporia. Mary is a daughter of Mrs. Frances Underwood of Belolt, / XL's are bred for thick planting in narrow rows... to make the most of higher fertility.., to fight disease and insects. Bred for tough stalks, strong shanks... to put an ear on every stalk and produce profitable corn yields, lnsist on tough, modern DeKalb XL Hybrids. "DEKALB" h a Registered Brand Name. XL Numbers are Variety Desisnations. Mm'# briner# ~ _ ,h.n .ny Bru4. HOWARD ELNIFF Jewell - 428-3611 KENNETH D01)D Esbon - 725-3427 DAVID DEMARAY Burr Oak - 587-3527 5! "t 14.7 CU. ft. Model TBF-15S Frost 15' Relrigeratof Freezer MANKATO, KANSAS r Giant zero-degree free l' holds up to 147 lba. Exeh sive Jet Freeze compartment, Sub-zero air |S blown over ice trays first far extra-fast ice freezing! Two freezer door shelve Storage for gal. ice cartons, 11 juice cane, Separate temperature controls for each aoati Slide-Out sheffo Twin vega(able b|n G-E Colors or Whito 00 with trade DUE TO MR. AND MRS. ( ALI,AItAN'S ACCII)I NTAI I)EATtlS, WE Wll,l SELL ALL OF TttEIR PERSONAL ANI) REAL ESIATI4 ! ROI ERTY TO THE HIGHEST BID- DER AT THE LOCATION IN BURR OAK ON THE t!IGHWAY, ON-- P Commencing at 1:30 P. M. This is a nice home facing the Highway in Burr Oak, has 3 bedrooms, front room, din- ing room, kitchen, nearly new bathroom, wash room. and has a nearly new floor furnace. The house is hooked Ul) to gas and water lines, and has its own septic tank. All the floors are covered with linoleum. This wotthl make someone a nice home or good rental l)roperty, as it is only 2 blocks to the store and postoffice. There is also a 12x16 garage. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The South Fifty t50 feet of l,ots Nine and Ten (10) in Block Four in original townsite in the City of Burr Oak, Kansas, an 8 room modern home, 2 blocks South of Postoffice on East side of highway. This house has been evaluated for F.H.A. loan and any interested lm'rties who are dig- ible for such a loan should contact the County Sul)ervisor aL Mankato prior to date of If interested in looking at,property prior to sale date. contact Aaron Murray, Formoso ) Telephne 794-2380, or kobert H. Meyer, Mankato 1,'R 8-?,292. Frigidaire 4-burner I oper Gas Range Kitchen Table and 4 Chairs, matched set All-metal Cabinet Metal Stand with 3 shelves Dormeyer Mixer Ironing Board 2 large wooden Trunks Speed Queen Elect:ric Washer Piano and Bench Dining Table and 4 Chairs Small Step Ladder 3 Platform Rocking Chairs 2 high back Rockers, antique 1 old Foot Stool, antique Studio Couch, good Floor Lamp Large Electric l:an 2 Clothes Hampers 2 Dressers 2 Metal Bedsteads, coml)lete 1 Rolhtway Cot with mat- tress 2 Small Radios Some Bedding Wooden Bedstead, Springs, and Mattress, size Card Table Metal Stool All Cooking Utensils, Dish- es and Glasses l)rop leaf Kitchen Table 3-burner Oil Stove 4-burner Ea, ramount Cook Stove 2 lm'ge Natural Gas Heating Stoves " ' 2 Lawn Mowers Electric Fan on stand FoMing Chairs Garden Tools 2 Water Hoses Wash Tub Several small Tool Boxes Assortment of Hand Tools Fishing- Reels Folding Chairs I Terms of Sale are Cash on Personal Properly and 25% Cash on Property the day of Sale with the balance due when good Title is furnished. H. MEYER, AI)MINISTRMOR COL. AARON MURRAY, Auctioneer MAXINE RAFFERTY, Clerk