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SA Sewell Mmkato, Kansas 1 m Mr. and Mrs. James Rit- ] Nebr and Mr and Mrs. 13.8 of the College studentl The Senior Class went oni Kissinger, who had! received a call from their away from the world andp Lewis Topliff in Los { rbush, Vicki, Susan andl Charles Ritterbush of Nel- body earned honor roll] their "sneak" over thel spe the first part of springl son, Douglas, from New Jer- rest. It is now filled with New Mexico on cott Alan, of Olathe, Kans son, Nebr. ranking by having a grade Easter vacation to Dallas, I vacation at the home of his I sey. He had been sent there, endless specimens of animal I southern trip through rrived at the Lee Vestal[ point average of 2.26 or Texas. ]parents, Mr. and Mrs. FrankI along with Darrell Rothchild trophies from all parts of[ and Old Mexico. ome Tuesday evening, Apr.[ Lawrence - Sharon S. higher on a scale of 3.0 for -- ]Kissinger, returned to Man- from Fort Leonard Wood. the world and conceded to[ They also visited relativesl Borger. a sophomore, the[ A and 2.0 for B. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Platt ] hattan on Friday to join a Their regular address at Ft. be the best one in the[ - --" friends in Superior, re- ] daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Joyce, of Lincoln, group of 20 Air Force ROTC Dix New Jersey, will be world So much of thisl RT . WEATHER REPO urning home Monday night] Jennings Borger of route 4,[ HAYS -- Sharon Loomis, Nebr and Loren and Jay[ students from K.S.U. in a. forthcoming soon. Both boys specimen material has come[ CLYDE REED Obser this week. This was 5[ Mankato, is among 884! Fort Hays State College jun- Platt spent Easter Sunday[ flight to Houston, Texas. are happy to have been able from Spiro Mound in Okla.[ re, reeks old Scott Alan's first[who earned places on the[ior from Mankato, is the with Mr. and Mrs. Harry[They were given a conduc-[to stay together so far. I wish that eve8th -radeI S isit to his grandparents, Mr.] fall semester honor roll of J newly elected recording sec- Boston. .] ted tour of the Space Center, A family eathering was h Anrilt lgn o' '/z aegree , dmd Mrs. Lee Vestal and Mr.[ the College of Liberal Arts I retary of Sigma Sigma Sig- I in Houston. I held Sunday at the home of could visit this museum andl" - ~[Vad Mrs. Mile Way of Sup-[and Sciences at the Univer-]ma, social sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Boyd,[ ~::~::~-~:::~ 1Mr. and Mrs. John O"borne. also the Frank Phillips[day?~pr~lZ7 flegree~, rior, Nebr. Great grandpar-[sity of Kansas, Dean George[ Miss Loomis is majoring Larry and Rebecca, of Phil-] :: Guests present were: Mr. house. [ Rain" Friday, April nts are Mrs. Minnie Vestal[R. Waggoner has announc-]in art education. She is the liosbul' and Mr and Mrs ] and Mrs. Clare Osborne - ". Mankato, Mr. and Mrs./ed. [daughter of Mr. and Mrs."- ,' - . woro Prom t nanene ana wea, Apru 16, Jim LOgOaCK, Prank ana .~}2.:~:.~:~;: :,~aut Juoy anti LISa ~vlr. ano ~:- ,xr ;n ~ =e .~,~Ienry Schleuferof Nora,] Dean Waggoner said that Clarence Loomis, Mankato. Lydia of Hill City spent[ ] ivirs, non uurm ana lwela- . n,o~,~oi~,~**,1" I Easter Sunday at the F.W.] mie,Mr. and Mrs. Starr u,w 1 -- I1'1 [Dear Boyds: !' Vale,Miss Doll Vale Mr " Boyd, Jr home. / Y " ' " "~ ~ ~" "' " " ' ' I[ arid Mrs. Ed Stansbury, Mr. ~ i ~ ,F~r, ~UL~ t.r~L~on~ c~r,t ~,~t,~xt ,-,1-, [ Enclosed Is our subscrip- t, vie llllb i~/~li~t ~i~ii~i~ tJr [tion for Record for comino ~ ~1,and Mrs. Lewis Haney, Mr. - - ---- --:-~ [ i ~ ~ VE PERN BOOTS AND HATS IN THE AREA, [year. We always look for~- Miss Janis Fair or balina ! and Mrs Fred Ross and Mrs -=---: ~:~ .-,i ~ ~.::~i~ ~ TRY IT~ ]ward to reading about the spent the Easter weekend at,Delia Heldt - - --:~ i ~ % " "J~ [happenings in Mankato and the home of her parents, Mr [ I/ "~" ~~ i ~ :::~ ~oots. Hats ]all of Jewell County and Mrs F. R. Fair. |~~ :i --~/~~=~ i ~~ ] }" ~~ } Monday morning March i~~ i ~%~] l~ :~ocona.~A Bail 'ey ]/toWeyouSendand alia friendlYour friendsHell 'in Mr and Mrs Clarence ! [ 21st. Well, the v~eekend is. ~ ~ [] t'os Moore [the County and wish every- Blac.k left Wednesday (to- over and we arrived home [] cme Bee]one a pleasant and pros- day) to spend two weeks in at 9:30 p. m. Su,:day ev::.~- ~ ~ [] Frye ,qfrnw /perous year ahead. Mississippi at the home of ing from a lovely trip to our ~i ~ i Mr and Mrs Howard Gehr-[ ~ ~ ~ oldest son's home at Inde- ~ [] ~ohiri' ' "-" / Sincerely, g [ Glenn and Stella.Marietta, ett. 1~ ~, ~ pendence, Kansas. The~ ~ wea- ~ l: :~ ther almost perfect, we I i': hildren's Sizes, too. Also boots made to measure. ] Hiwasse, Arkansas 72739 [ really enjoyed" d"lve' '" addles West ernandClOthing,Tack. Levi and Wrangler Jeans, [[ Ralph Parsons, formerly ersMrand" andchildrenMrS. . NOurdaofrmHortona n MY-and.I1MraYrVlSlt rs. ah men d Mrs.lastln "HeavymFriday Jlm(verle)iViUr-were hd Wnom e earllaSty hadFrida" * i iv : i: Kans came Sat y Cone r i "~ ~'~ ~ ::"~ I of Montrose and now an in- " "- hnson in o d a then to New- ~:,~ : : too( hisparents, Mr. and where w v ', " [" "r an" Mr ton e hunted a ver - - - ': ]surance company executive 1 " aO or lnavale, r eor lllk ~l~l tT i)1151 dl11$11L [of Louisville, Ky read the Mrs Herman Myers, to Sut- I lVl . a S. Jerry lvmrray dear friend Mrs Leaia - - I ~ ~ " N- 'r *-- s' end Easterland family of Marquette :,",",1 mE /account in the Record of r, " iivmmr) WlUS, wnom aao - 1 i .tt ivl bti'eet -- elleVllle, Zxansas]Rosalie Menhusen s father at the home of Mr. and Mrs.[lxans' lerry murray at " I i C,rqs Kell and famib, Mr I Bellevllle, and Mr. and Mrs. not seen mr s xty years. A |Rev. Sidney Dillinger's', ." -- J" ';l Ivan Huohes and famih, short but enjoyable time Glenna Fogo at new pos[ing maclune at ana Mrs Lewis tvlyers anal b . r. "h her we draw on to horseback trip to Baltimore, . wit,e Exchange Bank Md and sent clippings from son, of Hastings were there L! uoraoo. toppea to see "" 5 the Louisville papers of his area. Easter weekend guests of Mrs. Courtney Graves, the --- arrival there. Ralph reports "Mr and Mrs Ronald Sea- former Ila Shaver a "home I . . that both his daughters, who town' girl, but she was not FR 8-3971 Steaks, Chicken, Seafoods for your Dining Delight Week Nights Featuring Italian Spaghetti with garlin toast a varied array of deliciously different sand- :; riches, visit our coffee shop HOURS p. ra. - 10 p. m. Week Nights. Closed Tuesdays 11:30 a. m. - 8 p. m. Sunday went to school to Alvah Menhusen, Lindell and Jeanne, are married, the lat- ter to a Presbyterian minis- ter in Salem, Ind. Clarence Meeker took his wife to the Belleville hos- pital last week for a check- up. She came home Thurs- day and is feeling much bet- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kissing- er of Superior were dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kissing- er at the Buffalo Roam Steak House. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey "Bud" Cortner of Wichita were home over the Easter weekend visiting relatives and friends. band, Mr. and Mrs. Lindley Cox of Beloit, at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox of Scotts- ville, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Hed- den, Janie and Thomas Hale, of Lawrence spent the East- er weekend in Mankato. The new nursing home is completed in Red Cloud and ready for room applications Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Duane Bennett home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meeker and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bennett. STARTING AT 1:00 P. M. o? The following items , Kansas will be sold at P Public Auction on the School Grounds at Scottsville, | good shape ; 1958 900 Case Diesel Tractor, 'nearly new tires, dual hydraulic, power :steering (good); 1961 L.A. Case Tractor ":(fair) :,TRACTORS AND COMBINES Oneways; Case Ensilage Blower with 45-ft. .L%8 Massey Harris No. 82, 14 ft. Combine pipe; John Deere Wire Tie Baler, motor (extra goodi; 1954 Oliver Model 33, 14 ft. type; IHC 3-16 Mounted Plow for 460 trac- Combine good condition); 1961 Super 92 for; 12-foot Chisel ' Massey-Ferguson 14 ft. Combine (motor mpletely rebuilt last spring) been shedd- TRUCKS AND CAR oct; i960 1HC 460 Tractor, TA2, 220 hours, 1955 V-8 Chevrolet 2-ton Truck, late style, ' CULTIVATORS, HARROWS, ETC. 5 section John Deer Spring Tooth Harrow; 2-speed, 'ood box and hoist; 1955 GMC 6- cylinder hydromatic,-ton Pickup, long box, 38,000 actual miles (extra good); 1956 Ford Car, good rubber; 1948 Ford Truck, 11-ft. box, hoist, good rubber (good shape); K1-5 IHC Truck, poor condition, make good trailer. 4 section John Deere Spring Tooth Harrow; 6 section Pig Tooth Harrow (extra good; 4 MISCELLANEOUS Pig Tooth Harrow; 3 heavy duty Dual wheel, tilt bed Implement Trailer, Spring Tooth Harrows (fair}; 2 row IHC ft.; Case 4-inch Hydraulic Cylinder, good; Ligter for H or M tractor (mounted) ; 2 row Four wheel 300-gal. Gas Tank and"Trailer Cultivator for H or M tractor; 2 row (good); 2 Implement Trailers (good); ' pster Lister pull typel; 2 row Mas- 1,000-gal. Steel Tank; Four wheel Grain Box Harris Cultivator (mounted); 1954 No. Trailer; 1.9"o3 Colonial 38-ft. Trailer House, 6Massey Harris 7-ft. hydra Mower; 2 M-M needs some repair. Would make good out- D ls (fair ; 2 Case Drills (fair); 2 Krausefit for harvest crew. ,~ , Auctioneers: Not Responsible In Case of Accidents [L McCLINTO K, Phone 805, Simpson, Kans. Nothing Removed Until Settled For Phone'20, Simpson, Kans. LUNCH SERVED ON GROUNDS Fowler and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ward of Kansas City, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Howard David, Kathie and Gary, and Mrs. Elizabeth Jones drove to Lenora after church Sun- day and were guests of Mrs. David's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, Robert, Jr Steve, Jana and Julie. Mrs. Charles Kier and children, Mary, Tom, Jim, Margaret, John and Nancy, of Washington, Kans Mrs. Perry Kier and Mrs. Charles' Kiser enjoyed a family din- ner at the Buffalo Roam Steak House, Sunday. They visited in the afternoon at the Gerald Kier home. Home Towner Thursday morning, Marchl 18th, a beautiful day and one' feels the urge to be outside busy at yard work. Planning a weekend trip, so will get a few items ready to help out on our return. Mr. and Mrs. John Sim- mons of Mankato and broth- er, Delbert Simmons from Aurora, Colo. called on their cousin, Mrs. C. V. Warren, Monday P.M. Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons have recently purchased a property in Lovewell and are planning some improvements on it be- fore moving here. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Love- well are busy with improv- ing their home and yard, moving some excess trees, building a neat fence and making plans for building a at home. So on to Leonard's arrived there at 6 o'clock & found Arlene at home, and Leonard arrived home from Gore, Okla where he is on one of three jobs his com- pany has contracts with, one at Gore, one at Broken Bow and the other at Viliant all in Okla. Leonard and Arlene will be moving to Valliant, Okla April 1st. The one at Broken Bow has to do with the docks being built on the Arkansas River. The completed Dam on the Elk River, where Leonard has worked for the past Llmost 2 years, was beginn- ing to impound water this past week and the picnic & recreation areas will soon be open to the public. As Leonard had Saturday at home he took us to Bartles- ville, Okla. and the Frank Phillips Foundation Pa=.k & Museum. There are 400 acres in the Woolaroc ?a k. Its name is taken from the woods, lakes and rock all there in vast amounts. - In the Museum are more than 55,000 individual exhibits, all from the field of anthro- pology and art, many dating back several thousand years B. C. and no one should ever miss a chance to see it. It gives one, one of the most understanding ideas of the life during the Old Tes- tament times, long before Columbus discovered Amer- ica. Mr. Phillips, the President of the Phillips Petroleum Co. and many times a rail- lionaire, was a world wide traveler and anthropologist, and spent many millions in company with others, to delve into the earth in many countries to uncover all this information and objects of educational value, which he left as a heritage to present and future generations. One of his stipulations before Over 50 NEW UNITS in Stock which DO reflect the INCREASED EXCISE TAX. 1966 IMPALA SPORTCOUPE, Maroon color, with accessories; 3,000 actual miles; save a new car warranty. 1965 FORD XL; Buckets; Power; 1 local Sharp. 1965 CHEV. SUPER SPORT Impala; Power; new. 1965 IMPALA Cpe Red; V-8; AT; PS; Like NeW. 1965 OLDS 4 dr. Holiday 88; 1 local owner; like 1965 CHEV. Impala 4 dr. HT never been titled; car warranty. 1964 CHEV. Impala 4 dr. Sedan, Power & Air. 1964 OLDS 88 Holiday; PS, PB, air; new tires; like new all over. 1964 OLDS 86 Holiday Cpe.; PS; PB; air; sharP; l local owner. 1964 CHEV./BA, 4 dr. sedan; PS; PB; factory I local oivner. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500; V8; AT; Really nice. 1962 CHEV. BA. 4 dr.; VS; AT; 32,000 actual a nice car. 1961 OLDS Super 4-dr. air and all, like new. 1959 BUICK LeSABRE; 4 dr.; really a good car. MANY OTHER CARS TO CHOOSE FROM J ," TRUCKS 1964 CHEV. ton; long; wide; 4 speed. 1964 CHEVROLET sA ton wide box; V8; 4 speed, 1962 CHEV. Ton V-8, 4 speed. 1961 GMC ~ ton Heavy Duty, V-6; 4 speed. 1959 CHEV. 2 ton box and hoist; 2 speed. 1958 CHEVROLET 13'6" Knapheide Box and 1959 CHEVROLET 1 ton Duals I0' Box, Rack Hoist. SEVERAL OTHER TRUCKS AND PICKUPS new garage. Mr. & Mrs. Junior Leece will soon have Cantrell ren- tal property improved to move into. Quentin Leece is head carpenter, assisted by Dick Leece, Bruce Avers, museum, there is the man- Carroll Hajhny and Junior sion he built, where he Leece. Mrs. Shirley Leece, might reside at times to get Mrs. Junior Leece and Mrs. Linda Ayers papered the kitchen on Saturday. Quen- tin Leece has installed the build-ins, hot water heater, washer and dryer. Mr. and Mrs. Chat Warren spent part of Tuesday P.M. at Bob Doxons, south of Je- well, and Wednesday P.M. at the Charles Doxon home at Formosa. Mrs. Neta Leece spent a ishort time at her sister's home,Mrs. Goldie Doxon of Bend. They came Wednesday by way of and enjoyed a aner at the home of Mrs. ghter, Mrs. Co- leen Hunt and stopped for a visit at the Charles Doxon home before coming on to Lovowell. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren Max Dudley, Howard Reece, Lyndon Booz SALESMEN: Bill Ludwig, Orval Range, $ohn his death was that there was to be no charge to enter and explore this park and museum, so no child would be barred on account of entrance fees. Besides the DIAL 781-4311 Heinen CAWKER CITY, 1 Nearly Complete Houseful of Furniture Other Furniture Usual