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April 14, 1966     Jewell County Record
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L. /' lark'of Juniata, Nebr. | 7?: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black- Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Shoe- maker and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shoemaker" and two children spent Wednesday evening of last week with Mrs. Mabel Kindler and Roy, observing the birthday of one of the boys. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boi- ler are the proud parents of a new baby boy named Mark Eric. He came soon after twelve by the clock last Tuesday morning. He has a brother, Ricky, and a sister, Debbie, to help care for him, the lucky little boy. The West Branch party Saturday evening was not too well attended, as it did not get printed in last week's paper about it. Verl Menden- hall got high.and Davy Men- denhall low for the men, Eva Mendenhall was high and Ollie Ransom low for the women, and Gilbert Coun- tryman won the traveling prize. Mrs. Sarah Walker accom- panied a sister and husband from western Kansas to Ca- bool, Mo for the funeral:hr. another sister. They visited at Fayetteville, Ark b f0re sfone were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moline of Courtland. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Sny- der were Sunday dinner guests of their son, Mr. Duane Snyder of Republic, at a care in Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Sea- mans of Wamego were weekend visitors of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Seaman.s, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black- stone. Alicia Andrews spent Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. Billy' Bishop of Bladen, Nebr called on his grandmother, Mrs. Edith Clark of Burr Oak, Sunday afternoon, and his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Marshall Bish- op, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ir- vin of Meadow Lake, Sas- katchewan, Canada, were house guests Tuesday and Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward. :,Mr. and Mrs. Terry Gar- mah of Hutchinson spent the weekend with her parents, Mr: and Mrs. Glen Roe, and coming home last Saturday. . .p4rents' Mr, and Mrs. Eldon Pate visited Sunday arternoon with Rick-y Boiler' mr. ana ars. JaCK and Debbie Boiler visited t arid boys of Stua.rt, Iowa, "" - P te came ~unaay'evenmg for a r ancy JO a . ViSit w~th hm parents, Mr I go to buperlor tnls iv/on- . . . ~.~ : ana w rsrmrmon Koe, ana aay morning ana get my ~ " . ner parents, ivir ana wlrs chmkens. The weather looks Hans Nelson " quite stormy and it keeps too cool for it to be good growing weather. =Most of the fruit buds are ruined by cold weather. There may be some late peaches. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hake and family of Jaines- town and Mr. and Mrs. Mor- ris Hillman and Ranae of Ionia were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Clyde Bossen home. Mrs. D. B. Stansbury wa~ hostess to the Harrison E. H. U. on Thursday after- noon. Olive Hill Ladies Aid met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Lloyd Davis as hostess. Mrs. Gail Hudiburgh had devo- tions. Rev. and Mrs. Glen Mich- ael and girls, Mr. arid Mrs. Vernon Stone and family Mr. Paul Heiman spent and Mr. Gerald Boyles at- Monday evening of last tended the Easter Sunrise week with Mr. and Mrs. Service at the Oak, Nebr Clyde Bossen. church. Merry Mixers Club met Alicia Andrews called on with Lorena Pate last week Julia Kimminau, Sunday af- with nine members present, ternoon. Julia had spent Eva Mendenhall won the Easter with her parents, Mr. guess box. Roll call was and Mrs. Bill Kimminau. each one reading their horo- Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lemke scope from the almanac, The and family of Blue Hill, next meeting will be with Nebr were Sunday dinner Ethel Thomas. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. Carney Gass Kimminau and family: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kim- and family of Wichita spent minau and family called on the weekend, with, Mr. and Mr, and Mrs, W~-A. Andrew,~ Mrs. Durrell Burdett. and Billy, Sunday;evening: Mrs. Shirley has had a sis- ter of Bartlesville, Okla vis- iting over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones and daughter. Mr. Lee Shirley has had two sisters visiting at their Home Towner home over the Easter holi- day. Monday, April 4 - Partly Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lager- cloudy, chilly wind, temper, gren had as Easter visitors! ature, 62 - The moisture pro- Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sloan and SPect that showed up Sun- family, day proved to be only a light Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mech-i mist. Thursday and Friday sner were hosts for a family dust storms cannot be appre- dinner last Saturday. Those elated by anyone. attending were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gladys VanMeter, Lester Broyles of Mankato, Mrs. Delia Heldt, Mrs. Le- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Broyles ona Topliff and Mrs. Kather- and family of Kansas City, ine Warren attended a called Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peugh and special meeting of the Nee, family of Dodge City, and die Craft Club at the home Mr. and Mrs. Larry David of the club president, Mrs. and family of Manhattan. Ruth Rothchild. Sunday all the above men- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hooker tioned were entertained with of Sheridan, Mo. were din- an Easter dinner at the Buf- ner guests of the Dwight falo Roam Steak House at Marr family and Mr. Tom the east edge of Mankato. Myers on Tuesday. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby Hooker is an ol i friend of sition of Gem ' struction w to the Glen Eider : Needless to say we are hap- py to have them located: nearer home. Leonard ' is now working back and forth between Independence and Gore, Okla getting all the 'mop up' work finished on the Elk River Reservoir at Independence, and the job at Gore which are nearly completed. Tomorrow is the County Spelling Contest in whicll the Lovewell Grade School will participate. Mrs. Donna Marr plans taking one load of the studems. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. War- ren enjoyed visiting and sup- per at the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece. Billie Thomas was an ov- ernight guest Sunday night of Ricky Leece. Craig Leece spent Monday. P.M. with his grandmother Pauline Aurend and Sandra Leece, with her great grand: mother, Delia Heldt, while their mothers we.re shopping in Belleville. ATTENDS FINANCIAL PLANNING SEMINAR Albert Waugh, Zone Manager for Investors Diversified Services,Inc (IDS), and its T, Investors Syndicate ife Insurance and Annuity Company, attended a finan- cial planning seminar held' at Wichita from April 4 through April 7. Paul Dob- son, financial planning con- sultant for the company, troduced a "practical ap- proach to sound financial planning" as developed by IDS over the past five years. Waugh was selected for the advanced course on the basis of his exceptional cus- tomer service record. Investors Diversified Ser- vices, 71 year old invest- ment management corpora- tion, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the largest financial institution of its kind in the world. Assets under its management cur- rently total more than $6.3 billion, and its national sales force, composed of over 4,000 full-time career rep- resentatives, working out o f 167 divisional sales offices, services about one and one half million customer aco counts. Mrs' Edith Ost spent Sunday night and Monday ~fth "h~r niece, Mrs. Law- rence Jones and Mr. Jones at Burr Oak. (First Published in Jewell unty Record, Thursday, ,'j April 14, 1~66) 2t RESOLUTION ~;WHEREAS, It is deemed necessa/aj by the Governing Body of the City of Man- kato, Jewell County, Kansas, to install new curb and gut- ter and otherwise improve Monroe Street from McRob- erts Street West to Spruce Street, a main trafficway, the City of Mankato, County, Kansas, as provided by law; NOW, THEREFORE, BE -IT RESOLVED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF MANKATO, JEWELL COUNTY, KAN- SAS: THAT it is necessary to install new curb and gutter and otherwise improve Mon- roe Street from McRoberts and Earlene, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Myers, who makes his Street West to Spruce Melvin S'ilsby and children, home with his daughter, Street, a main trafficway, in and Mrs. Carol Kindler Mrs. Donna Marr. said City of Mankato, Jew- spent Saturday evening with Dwight Marr took his fa-[ eli County, Kansas, and it is Grandma Mabel Kindler and ther, Curtis Marr of Super-[the intention of the govern- Roy. ior, to Lincoln last Wednes- [ ing body to install new curb Mr. and Mrs. Verl Men- day,for a checkup. Mr. [ and gutter and otherwise im- denhall and boys spent East- Marr s condition was satis- prove said main trafficwaY, er Sunday with the Bell rel- factory and he will not need [ and that the estimated cost atives at Scottsville. to go back to Lincoln for a- of said improvements is bout 6 months. ] $24,852.00; The Cradle Shower for I BE IT FURTHER RE. . la son our minister's new baby I SOLVED BY THE GOV. rrl that was to have been held ERNING BODY OF THE Mrs. Marshall Bishop tomorrow P.M. at the home CITY OF MANKATO, JEW- of Mrs. Lois Smies, has been ELL COUNTY, KANSAS: Mrs. Bernice Howe of postponed indefinitely on THAT this resolution he Colorado Springs spent the account of illness. The sport- published according to law weekend with her daughter, sors will set a later date. in the official City l a] r of Mrs. Delmar Boyles, Mr. Mrs. Margaret Warren, the City of Mankato, : ell Boyles and family. Mrs. Ruby Billing, Mrs. Mad- County, Kansas, and that Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Van eline Mart and Mrs. Kather- said improvement shall be Ornam and family of Omaha ine Warren drove to Philfips- made unless a protest is fil- spent Easter vacation with burg last Wednesday to at- eo with the City Clerk, sign: his brother, Mr. Max Van tend the District Conference ed by not less than 10% of Ornam. of the Women's Society of the qualified electors who Mr, and Mrs. Bill Ward Christian Service. Mrs. War: voted at, the last preceding returned home Monday af- ren furnished the car and City election, as ter spending the winter Mrs. Margaret Warren did IJy" l poll books, months in Mesa, Ariz. the driving, within thirty (30)days, after Bob Dye was injured Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Mart the publication of said reso- Thursday evening when the ar6 leaving today (Monday) lution. car in which he was riding for a trip to Dwight, Kans, ADOPTED and passed by was in collision with anoth- to visit their daughter, Jean the Governing Body of er car on Main Street in (Marr)Johnson and family. :ity of Jewell Superior. He is:a patient Mr. and Mrs. Leonard County, Kansas this 11t the Brodstone Hospita! in who had planned to day of 1966,