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PAGE 6B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS THURSDAY APRIL Mr. and Mrs. Hettinger Celebrate 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. R. C. fh, ttinger of Formoso, Kansas celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, April 9th, with 25 guests at chm'ch. They took 36 tO dinner at the Shangra La Cafe in Courtland. Open house in the afternoon at tile Formo SO Community Church was in charge of tile six children and their wives or husbands. Guesl book in charge of Janice Pet- ers was signed by around 10O, Tile .ticttingers have two girls and fi~e boys, 21 grand children and one great grand- son. O, c son, Vernon, oI Mountain View, Calif. was not able to be present. The following attended: Bet'- niece Peltier and husband. AI bert, of San Mateo, Calif.; Chester and wife, l)orthe~, ol Sunnyvale, Calif.; Dwain and wife,, Anna, of San Maten, Calif.; Richard and wife, La- done, of Adrian, Mo.; Donald and wife, Shirley, and two children, Sheila and Kevin, of Junction City, Kans.; Janice Peters and husband; Mike, nf Formoso, Kans.; Roy's sister, Pearl, of Omaha, Nebr. and brother, Lloyd, and wife, Joy, of 'PFatt, Kans.: Mrs. Iletlin- ger's brothers, Ralph Ruth and wife; .Laura. of Wichita Falls. 'rex., Francis Ruth and son. Frank, of Lafayette, La.: 4 collins, Maye Coops of Downs. Kans., Hope Leverton of Os l~rne, Kans. and ttelen and Bill Brichacek. of Lucas. Kans. : besides many friends h'om Formoso, Concordia. Downs and Hastings, Nebr. CARD OF THANKS We want to thank the friends and relatives who made our anniversary a success by be- ing present and sending cards and gifts. Thanks again to ev- eryone. --Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hettinger Mr. and Mrs. Leo Parsons 8pent the weekend at tile home of their daughter. Mrs. J. R. Haskell, Mr. Haskell, James and Janet at Fairbury, Nebr. The special occasion being James, Jr.'s 10th birthday. Thursday PAN FRIED CHICKEN Special ROAM HOUSE I ]l I I I I .!LI classes are underway: An afternoon art class in strutted by Mrs. Evan ltan son will be held at the V.F.W. [tall from 2:00-4:00 each Fri- day starting April 21. Another art class in the ev ening will be instructed by Connie Smith, Formoso. This class will be held on Monday evenings at 7:30 starting on April 10. This class will be held at the Community Build me. Photography will be taught hy Rev. Foley, Burr Oak, each Tuesday evening at 7::10 at the Community Building. Tile first meeting was April 1 I. Mrs. Lillian Basart will in- struct a fh)wer arranging class at the V.F.W. Hall on Wednes- days from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m Mrs. Basart asks that each student bring a flower vase or container. The first class was April 12. A class in cake decorating will be each Wednesday be- ginning April 12. Mrs. Ewm Hanson will be the instructor and will teach at the V.F.W. ltall beginning at 3:00 p.m. Anyone interested may at- tend tile classes if they so de- sire. Addilional (:lasses are in the process ol being set up for the future, including ceramics. creative writing, sewing, and dancing. An urgent need for qualified teachers in these fields is evident. A general meeting will be held on the first Thursday of every nlonth, CARD OF THANKS I wish to say thank you to my friends, neighbors and rela- tives for the many letters, cards, gifts and visits while I was in the hospital with my broken hip. These kindnesses were deeply appreciated and will always be remembered. --Mrs. Emma Smith. Den 1 - Pack 36 As a community service pro- ject, Den I. Pack 36, picked up trash from the side of tile back road leading to the junk yard. The boys, Ward Coffman, Stev- en Elkins Greg Hamilton. Jer- ry Harder. Martin Neeper, and Rober Rightmeier worked hard and picked up a full pickup load in their regular pack meeting time. Sorry to report one casualty. Ward Coffman punctured a vein in his ankle. It took one stitch to close the wound. Lyle Rightmeier's pick- up was used for the project. --Reporter. ceeds, anmunting to over $800, will be used in community re creational activities. The two principal activities in which the club in involved are the summer baseball pro gram and the improvement of the city park for recreational activities. The club wishes to thank all those who supported the sale. Particular mention shoul(t be made of the Mankato and Burr Oak merchants, who were most liberal in their support. 2nd Grade Brownies The 2nd Grade Brownies Troop 178 met April 10 in the Methodist Church basement. "Run, Squat, and Squeal" was played outside for the game. Debra and Diane Beougher held the flags while we said the Flag Salute and the Brown ie Promise. The Brownies painted cookies furnished by Cindy Parsons for refresh- ments. Kool aid was also serv ed to 10 Brownies, 2 leaders and 2 tag-ah)ngs. A pa('ket of three ball point pens and ne~ catalogs were passed out to the girls. Steifels of Salina gave the scouts the pens. We adjourned with tile Brownie tunnel. - Reporter. Jewell County Democrat Club The. Jewell County l)emocral Club met with Mrs. Glenn Hale Saturday. Plans were made for the celebration of the club's 1st anniversary to he given at the Buffalo Roam Steak Ifouse May 20. Virginia Docking ol Topeka .will be guest speaker at the tea that afternoon. At the meeting Saturday, dele- gates were elected to the dis trict meeting to be held at Russell April 29th. The next meeting will be at the home of Roma Eilers Tuesday, May 2, Cadettes The meeting was called to order by the ~lssistant Patrol Leader, Linda Crangle, be- cause of the absence of the Patrol Leader. We talked over old and new business. The new business of the meeting was discussion on having a camp out and a party for-the Juniors coming into Cadeltes. There are approximately 6 or 7 girls from the Juniors. The party for the Juniors is April 28. Brenda Hunlsinger had re freshments. The meeting was then adjourned by Rita Ander son. Kathy Murray, Scribe. LONG YEAR THE LAST PLANET IN THE SO ,o BE D'SCOVER 3_AR SVSTE OUTE OST AN E".,W.AS_ u'o, T.E " "."~ OF THE SMALLEST IT DRIFTS ALONG IN DARK SPACE IN AN EXTREMELY ELLIPTICAL ORBIT T AHALF BILLION MILES e .... THREE AND -~,..p~a IHE SUN, ~AKING 248 EARTH.YEARS TO ONE ORBITI COMPLETE Why wait unti/ next year for that new car or truck,/ We finance them a// at low, Money-Saving Bank Rates. ~le 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.D.I.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 : L2 I. I I I I I I Louise C. Sellhorn - Obituary I,nuise Charlotte Phmnette was born August 15, 1879 in thmlilton, Ohio. After graduat- ing from college !n Marietta, Ohio, she taught school in Ohio and Michigan a number of \'eHrs before a('cepling a teach- ing position in Coh)rado. On l)ccember 23, 1906 in~ Granada, Colorado, she was united in marriage to Emil F. Sellhorn. To this union was horn one daughter, Alice Lou- ise. In 1908 lhe f;imily moved to l)enver, Cohn'ado where Mr. ,%ellhorn ~as eml)loyed in the lumt)er business until 1914 when he was senl to Repub- lic, Kansas. With her husband mid daughter she came to Mankato, Kansas in 1931 at which time Mr. Sellhorn was made General Manager of the Mid West l,umber Company. He passed away September 6, 1952. She attended the Ewmgeli- cal United th'ethren Cilurch in Mankato and was a faithful member of lhe Women's So- ciety of World Service. She be- came a resident of the Lewis Nursing Home in Beloit, Kan- sas June 1, 1962. On March 23, 1967 she had the misfortune to fall hnd br('ak her hip. She was taken to tile Asbury Hos- )ital in Salina. Kansas the same day and died there April 7. 1967 at the a~e of 87 years, 7 months and 22 days. She is survived by her daughter. Alice Louise of Man- kah), Kansas other relatives and a host of friends. Services were held at the E.U.B. Church in Mankato at 2:00 p.m. April ll. 1967 with Rev. Paul Life officiating. Music was furnished by Car roll Collins and Blanche Thom- as. Casket bearers were Dale Seirer. Rex Seirer, Lewis San- derson. Robert Fraass, Jerry Seirer. and ttarry Wilbeck. Interment was in Mount Hope Cemetery. Mankato, Kan- sas. Junior Girl Scouts We met Monday, April 10, in the V.F.W. Hall. We had )atrol elections today. Tile pa- trol leader for Patrol 1 is Jeanine Hiltgen. The assistant is Karen Buckley. The scribe is Adrienne Anderson and the song and game leader is Deb- bie Munsey. The leader of Pa- trol 2 is Jeanette Hiltgen. The assistant is June Oullette. The scribe is Marta Leonard and the song and game leader is Carole Blair. The patrol leader for Patrol 3 is Lynette Brad- rick. The assistant is DeeAnn Jacobs. Tile scribe is Annette Anderson and the song and ~ame leader is Lynette Lehr- ling. The patrol leader for Pa- trol 4 is Cathy Anderson. The assistant is Deidra Bleeha. The scribe is Susan Harder and the song and game leader is Carol Blackwood. The troop voted on a troop scribe. The troop scrii)e is Maria Berg. They al- so voted on a troop treasurer. The troop treasurer is Paula Rightmeier. We discussed going to Glasco for a skating party, The date hasn't been decided. Then the troop sang several songs. We had a scout-out. The depart- ment store Stiefel's in Salina, Rave all the girl scouts a set of three pens. --Maria Berg, Troop Scribe. CORNS SOR6HUMS SOR6HUM-SUDAH6RASS EXTRA CARE PUTS THE 4' IN Ask us about the perform- ance of NC Plus 30SF and 671 Sorghum. IIARRY HANSON MANKATO TED THUMMEL ESBON MEININ DAHL FORMOSO FARMERS UNION CO-OP ELEVATOR RANDALL The Formoso Community Li- brary Children's Story Hour will be Saturday, April 15, at 3:30. Boys and girls will want to be present to receive a pret- ty new bookmark celebrating National Library Week April 16-22. The following stories will be read: "Tile New Pet" by Marjorie Flack, "The Raccoon and Mrs. McGinnis" by Patri- cia Miles Martin, "The Per- fect Pancake" by Virginia Kahl and "The April Umbrel la" by Priscilla and Otto Friedrich. Everyone is invited to the Formoso Community Library Open House Wednesday, April 19, at 2:00 p.m. Mrs. Louis Stofer of Scandia will review the book "With Powder on My Nose" by Billie Burke. The new officers and board mem bers will be introduced and re- freshments served. This spe cial day is in observance of National Library Week. Mrs. Merl Reed and Michael Dean Honored Mrs. Merl Reed and Michael Dean were honored with a shower on March 28 at the Highland Community Center. Twenty-two ladies were pre- sent and many lovely gifts were received. Other ladies un- able to attend sent gifts. Refreshments were cake. punch and coffee with stork nut cups. Favors were baby scales made from marshmal- lows. aluminum foil and tiny dolls. Mrs. Patsy Warner bak- ed and decorated the lovely cradle cake. The hostesses were Mrs. Joyce Harrison. Mrs. Ruthie Caldwell and Mrs. Faye Decker. Mrs. Harry Sutliff Mr. and Mrs. Everett Terrill returned home Saturday when Mr. and Mrs. Keith Terrill and girls met them in Grand Is-. land. They had visited their son, Vernon, Wilma, Betty Bill and family in California and other friends. They spent seven weeks in California and Oregon. A dinner was held at the Albert Vian's home on Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Terrill. Those present in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Will Dai- ley, Portland Ore.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dailey and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Frietay and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Calahan of Lebanon. Callers at the Charlie Cala- ban's to visit with the Terrills were Mr. and Mrs. Will Cala- han, Lonny Smith of Salem. Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Mar- shall of Portland. Mr and Mrs. Donald Calahan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vain and Elsie Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Art Michael were dinner guests at the Calahan home. The Ter- tills spent a couple of nights at a nephew's home, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Buster, and his family at Hillsboro, Orb. Abbie Francis met them at the train and said "hello and good-l)y". Mrs. Terrill entertain6d the mumps between calls at the home of her sister, Mrs. Cala han. Miss Goldia Ilut('his,m or l'a onia, Colo., an old schoohltate, is a guest in the Sutliff home and calling on relatives m;d friends. Goldia was a Satur(h,~ night and Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett l~ewis. Mrs. Eva Wilson and Mrs. Ethel Terrill of Jewell calh,d on Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miz ner and Mrs. GrHcc fla~orth Saturday afternoon. Glad to see Aunt Ethel able to gel out in the car again. Mrs. Helen McNichols re- ceived word from Idaho that her sister's husband, Mr. Bert Cornell, had passed away on Wednesday. - Mr. and Mrs. Gerald lh)yles Gayla, Glenna, and I)ou~:l.s May attended the Musk'al Fes~ tival at Concordia Satnr(l;ly, Glenna took first on her soht. Mr. and Mrs. Gcarld Borh'~ and daughters and I)ougias May called on friends ,u.I neighbors in Stockton Sunda3. Mr. and Mrs Max Terrill and family of Gaylord ealh,d on tileir parents. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Terrill. Sunday rotor- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ter rill and girls spent the ew, ning in the Curtis Terrill home Io' homemade lc'e cream and St!l) per Sunday e\elAnl~, Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNichols and family Sunday were Mr.and Mrs. Ft'at~cis Frye orld Mary of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Quintop Brown oi Salina Mrs. Lela Dilhm and Wilma. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest tIock- ett and M:. and Mrs. Ellis }enbow called on Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mizner. Mr. and Mrs. I,:hner [,'itch visited their sisters, I)olly and Cora Fitch in Jewell Fri(lay. Mrs. Effie Burgess of Superior called on Mr and Mrs. Ehner Fitch Wednesday a.m. and was a dinner guest. Formoso Willing Workers 4-H The Formoso Willing Work- was led by Becky t)eteele. I?ol] call of a White Elephaut Gift Exchange was answere(I by 1': members, 3 guests, 4 parents, and 3 leaders 4 H Sunday was decided to be held April 30th at the Formoso Communil~ ChUrch in Formoso with a pot luck dinner following m the park. It was voted to cover a table top in the gym as a com- munity project. Becky Peteete led in the singing of "The Star Spangled Banner" for the be- ginning of the program. Dan nie Dempsey told of his pro We wish to thank our many customers for the fine patronage we have received dur- ing the 11 years we have operated the Stand- ard Oil Station in Mankato. We are happy to announce that the station will be manag- ed in the future by a capable, well known local citizen, James Dodd. We trust you will continue to trade with him. JERRY'S STANDARD SERVICE MR. AND MRS. JERRY SEIRER We have purchased Jerry's Standard Ser- vice and have taken over active management, effective April 10, 1967. We invite you to stop in whenever you need gas, oil, tires, bat- teries, service, etc. Too, we will continue to operate the Red Carpet Shop. Your patron- age will be appreciated. SERVICE JAMES DODD Mankato ],'Rli)AY - SATURI)AY - SUNI)AY AI'RIL 14 - 15 - 16 SLarting at 7:30 p.m. JIMCOLE STAY and nGbody but nobody was g ing to push him off the first hunk of and he'd eve called his own! OFTHE MARTHA I'r, E E N AN HYERWYNN jeets Junior I,eadership, Re-I Mrs. Joe LeBow and ercalion. Wheat, and Photo- Newell 1)avis were p:raphy. Music appreciation at the home of Mrs, was given by Dale Switzer, Chand!er honorint~ Iwr ,lr tie played the recording of 95th birthday, Monday, Chol)in's "Noclurne in E Flat"10th. Refreshments were while he told of Chopin's life. ed to those present who Jim Gunter spoke of "Does ed the after noon with 4 I1 l{ecord Keel)ing Get YourChandler, Goat?" t{cfreshments were served by Mrs. Bob l:h)whmd Mr. and Mrs. Joe E, and Mrs. Gerald James. er's grandson, Joe R. Reporter. Cincinnati, Ohio, is them on the farnl. RUMMAGE SALE At the VFW Hall, Mankato FRIDAY, APRIL 14th 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. SI)ansored by Colleen Circle of the wSCS: SUPPER - SATURDAY, APRIL 15 5:30 p.m., American Legion Hall, FormOSa Adults, 75c; Children, 50c. Creamed Chicken and Hot Biscuits - Pie - Salad - Coffee - Pickles - Jelly Sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary Beautiful Contemporary style Cabin et features gracefully carved base rail and tapered legs. In genuine oil-finished Walnut veneers and select hardwood solids, "fh0 Shelby, Model X4214W. MANKATO, KANSAS [ . " ,7 '. ~x