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Mrs. Vida Buxkholder re, I ceived word from her grand- daughter, Jeanie Burkhold' Fo rrest Howard [ ':':" :~ mid Mrs. Lyle Wood l and Mrs. Ellis Ben- on Thursday evening at in Hastings. Mr. Benbow attended funeral of Mrs. Olive * at Greenieaf, Idaho, week. I~:~and Mrs. Louis Ohm- stede~ lanie, Ron and Mark, of Guide Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff, Clay, and llenee, Mr. and Doyle Silsby, Mary Mrs. Iva Silsby, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Har- riS, Tom and Rick, were guests at the Harris home. Grace Birch of Fla is coming ~eek to visit her moth- Mollie Davis, who ~ patient at the Bel~eville Mrs. Davis is get- as well as can be er, who is going to Chicago to begin study to be an air- line stewardess. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dillon of Manhattan, Art Kiehl of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Caldwell, and Mrs. Lela Dil- lon and Wilma were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Don Modlin and family and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modl.in attended the funeral services for Ray Hodgell at Topeka on Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Warner and Katie of Enid, Okla Bill Oldfield of Em- poria and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Oldfield were Sunday dinner guests at the Ona Williamson home. Mrs. Rebecca Calahan of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Penner [ of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and Arnold and Goldie Broyles of Sup- erior were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Cockroft and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Deck- er, Mrs. Ollie Moon, Sandra Paul and Renee Silsby were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Derald Decker and Cheryl. Mr. and Mrs, Terry Gar- man of Manhattan, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Myerly of Man- !kato and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garman were Sunday callers at the W. G. Decker home. Mrs. Decker has been on the sick list. Mr. I. L. Bender was ad- mitred to the Beloit hospital on Friday. Mrs. Bender is staying with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mahaffy of Mankato. Superior, Mr. and Mrs.] Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grover Mizner and Mr. and[ Balty of Scottsbluff and Mr. Mrs. Fred Sanderson were and Mrs. Lloyd Beecher of Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Belleville were Sunday din- JEWEI:.L COUNTY RE~RD, MANKATO, KANSAS ings, and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Pixler were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Marie Everson, Toliff and Lylm. Grace Haworth and M~de- line Miller were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Richardson at the Buf- falo Roam Steak House in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hawk- ins and girls of Kansas City, Mo spent the Easter week- end in the Reeve Itawkins Connie Fogo and Marilyn and Marna Hart to Bethany, Okla on Sunday where the girls will resume their col- lege work. John McCormick of Em- poria and Mrs. Rod Fogo and children came to spend the Easter weekend in the James McCormick home. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jef- fOry and Todd were Sunday evening callers at the Reeve Hawkins home to visit Mr. and Russell Lewis, homes, and Mrs. Max Hawkins, Lou Joyce Fogo w.e~:.t to Kan-I Ann and Lori Jann, of Kan- sas City, Mo. sas City o,~ Saturday. Afteri spending the night with rela-. Rada Stanton of Madison, fives, she left Sunday to re- Ind telephoned on Easter sume her college work at Sunday to talk to her moth- Pittsburg. er, Mrs. Ada Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foster Henry Garman, Mr. and and girls of Phillipsburg Mrs. Ew.erald Ost and fam- were Easter Day dinner ily of Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. For-IGary Garman and Pamela, 4 Come Save I0 /o to 26.7e/0 This Week During Our P m ,ook's A-Kryl.X NOUSE PAINT Ea fest of all to use! Cook's Fa.mQus Oil Baso ! Safe! Easy-to-Car y and Sfore; Built of aircraft-type alum With rugged safety features. Sizes from 16-ft. to 40-ft. m mma iii!1 fill ill ",? i 4:1 Just for Vlsltin ~, L ,~. :t s:': ~.i~:,i :rr::/ is perfect for - .~r e;.a~t~;~,/,~ Made of heavy, ~::~ n:~;~[, wi~h duroble, baked-on ~, .i:.n cmd beautifully lithographed : ~,= ma:b~e design. Get one FREE, i~uy s~vc:'al nmre at special low price cora~ ere your set. Limit, one free ~ch odu~ No mail or phone 0t'- Our Store One Tray Free Extras -- Easl Earl Jerri Lewis and her room- mate, Kathy Claybough of Independence, Mo. spent the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Em- mett Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore and Mrs. Max Bow- man of Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz and family spent Eas~:er Sunday in the Kenneth Maag home near Jewell. Mrs. Douglas Gillett went to Beloit on "Saturday af- ternoon to get her father, Mr. A. T. Thompson, who will spend a few days with them. Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Grubbs, Mrs. Lillie: Moon, Gale Burgess, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDonnel were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jeffery and family. Lynda Harris was a Satur- day dinner guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Harris. Rev. Also- brooks and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Richardson were after- noon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hughes and family and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Renner attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hughes at Arnold, Nebr on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbie Doud were Monday afternoon vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Pixler. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fig- gins and family of Red Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pletcher and family of Man- kato, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mills and family of Concor- dia, Carl Figgins of Hutchin- son, Mr. and Mrs. Dorse Childers and family of Es- bon, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reed of Glen Elder, Mr. and Mrs. Fielden Figgins, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Figgins and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris and Eugene were dinner guests at the Don Bird home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Parsons and family and Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman and family had Easter Sunday dinner at the Buffalo Roam Steak House in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Delhert Un- derwood and boys and John- ny Garman were Sunday dinner gues'ts at the win. were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siebert. Carol Smith of Superior, Margo and Craig Warren of Lovewell, Mr. and Mrs. Les- ter Suchsland and family, Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Mohler, David Peterson, Richard Brook and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers were Sunday dinnerguests of Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lewis and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bishop of B!aden, Nebr called on his grandmother, Mrs. Edith Clark, at the Carold Van Schoiaek home on Sunday. Jim Wears was taken t ~ the Veterans Hospital at Grand Island, Nebr Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. IIomer W. Grubbs were Easter morning breakfast guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Grubbs. Mrs. Richard Dominy, Mike, Montey and Craig, of Superior, Nebr S Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Boitnott, Rhon- da and Donald, of Topeka were Saturday afternoon vimtors of Mra. May Boit- nott. Mrs. Mamie Mullin visit- ed in the Merle Oglevie home in Belleville while vis- iting Mrs. Mollie Davis at the hospital. I. C. McKeown and Tim Sweet of Webber aod Mrs. Etta Masters and Edna were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Fisher of Mankato were evening visit- ors. Warren Underwood of Kansas City came Wednes- day to spend the Eas~er hol- idays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Underwood. Other guests on Easter day were Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Underwood and Debra of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Lar- ry Wacker and family of Edgar and Mr. and Mrs. James Calder and family of Hardy, Nebr. Charles and Dennis Dillon of Superior, Mrs. Earl Utter, Mrs. Ira Powell and Mrs. Stella Hart were callers at the home of Mrs. Will Dillon the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hawk- ins and girls of Kansas City land Mr. and Mrs. Reeve !Hawkins were S~iturday. Lagergren home in Mankato. evening callers at the Cliff Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Soli-iHawkins home in Lbon. day of Cimarron, Kans andI Mrs. Olin Belt and Aticia Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Snow-l of Bennington were Monday barger and boys of Kinsley, I morning callers on Mrs. Clell Kans were Friday over-lHancock. night guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Paul Johnson is ill Ira Powell. They were all land in the hospital. Her ad- dinner guests in the Francis ldress is in care of Alta Hos- Frye home in Mankato on[ pital, Alta, Iowa. Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Jake Me- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed[ Donnel were Monday after- were Wednesday eveninglnoon visitors of Mr. and dinner guests of Mr. and lMrS. Howard Shott. Mrs. Merle Reed at the 24-I Mr. and Mrs. George Ay- 66 Cafe in Beloit. The oc-I ers of Oxnard, Calif Mr. casion was the wedding an-land Mrs. Richard Swartzen- niversary of the Everett J druber of Hesston and Nor- Reeds. [lcne Everson of Kansas City Mr. and Mrs. Harve Deek-ltelephoned Mr. and Mrs. er were Saturday supper l Clarence Pixler on Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I to wish them a happy- 54th Myers. I wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Gary FosterI Mrs. Cl,rence Maag was and girls of Phillipsburg, Mr.]called to Geneva, Nebr on and Mrs. Max Hawkins and lThursday to be with her girls of Kansas City;,aftd Mr. father, Mr. Claude Lansden, and Mrs. John Gleasoti were who is seriously ill. Sunday evening luncheon Tom Hawks, Norman guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rus- Kidd, Dave Peterson and sell Lewis. Richard Brooks, all of Man- Capt. and Mrs. Bradley hattan, were Thursday din- Lucas of Bellevue, Nebr ner gue,ts of Mr. ana Mrs. announce the birth of a James McCormick. daughter, Shannon Dale, on Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fogo March 29. Mrs. Hattie Lueas and family and Mrs. Bessie is the proud grandmother. Burton were Friday dinner euests of l~rs. let at the,: Steak HouSe Mr, and Mrs. visited NIX. Bert Belden Rest Home ior, helping him 80th birthday. Judy Behrends of was a Sunday caller on Mr. and Mrs, ter Suchsland and They were all supper of Mr. and Mrs. ers. Larry Gillett will on lea.~, around A will be stationed at Air Force Base in after May 4. Mr. and Mrs. Loren erson, Thelma Lyons, Rev. George Beals ers on Mrs. Mollie past week at the hospital. Mrs. Lester derwent major tim Brodstone Hos Superior on Danny and Kenny man, Danny Lewis, and Dennis Beale, and Peterson were ernight guests of Toliff Everson. Mrs. Everson spent the nigh Mr. and Mrs. ler. ': ' MaX Hawkins, es Industrial Arts Kansas City schools; elected as a delegate National Education tion Convention in Beach, Fla from June July 1. Bonnie Johnson of.( homa City, Okla Easter weekend in of her parents, Mr. Stanley Johnson and Norman Kidd, Hawks, Richard Dave Peterson of tan, Henry Garman Parsons were Tuesday her guests of Mr. and Loyde Garman and Olive Nixon of Texas, called Sunday ing to wish he~ Florence Pixler, a Easter. Anyone having Elephants" to be for the Lions Club Elephant Sale is phone the As cry, Burr Oak State Burr Oak Plumbing. Mr. and Mrs. Payne and family urday evening the Earl Mullins home. Mrs. Albert FrancO David and Miss Franco, all of Lamar , and Mr. and Mrs. co and Cindy of Kans were Friday s guests of Mr. and Douglas Gillett. They enroute t~Des Moines, to visit a sister over Easter holidays. !CARD OF THANKS I wish t -thank fri and relatives for the and letters sent to me ~, l was in the hospita . ~ helped me pass many~ hours. ~Alvin Nelson Mrs. L. H. Stedma~ Mrs. Erma Maag were to Geneva, Nebraska T day morning on acco~: the illness of Claude sden, who had suffer~ heart attack. Mr. La~ is a brother of Mrs. StO and father of Mrs. 1~ Mrs. Lansden is ~mP~ at the Geneva hospital Mrs. Bernice Mercer, has been visiting her Mrs. W. Carl G past week, left morning for Texas. AND :FACE FLY COJ TRQL FOOT ROT LUMPY C TRIE LOW LEVEL INTERtlAI, PARASITE COmeR Each *,