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April 21, 1966     Jewell County Record
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/ II i: ? / :APRIL 21 i) home in me'noon sitors of Red Cloud.' Mrs. Dallas Morris. Mr, and Mrs. Francis Frye Mr.and Mrs. J. E. Moon, ~@ward of Mankato were Friday Jr and Vicky of Mankato evening visitors of Mr. and were Sunday evening visit- Kenneth Mrs. Ira Powell. ors of Mrs. Ollie Moon. Los, N.M Mrs. Reeve Hawkins was A cooperative dinner was overnight Mr. and Mike. Ld;(pear Super- afternoon and Mrs. Jake Mc- after- ;bii Mrs. Arch ""aC the rest Ci*ty. They and Mrs. south of Caw- Lillie M: ?n May Terrill at ti Charlie q Ollie Moon ner guests :] .:Glenn Paul. Verlin Paut ~:'Red Cloud 'callers. of Mankato ;S of Jewell Jesday even- );Powell home. s; Randall Liby ! Smith Center Mrs. Gale Hat- ft~t'nfly of Esbon fternoon vis- ~bert Wilson George Pix- -N. M, came visit his and Mrs. Clar- !other rela- Abilene, ;Salina, and and Wilma rday even- McNichols ,~-nn Harris ruing visit- Ick Harris i Harris is home a visit Arthur amee spent ~, Bernard and Mrs. Sunday Mr. and and Shel- on Monday morning. Jerry Dale Heskett of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers Wichita spent from Friday entertained with a dinner at evening until Sunday in the the Hub Cafe at Lebanon for I:tenry Heskett home. Mr. the four Salem couples who and Mrs. Garold Ohmstede were married within a few and girls of Guide Rock, weeks of each other. Follow- Mrs. Jerry Lockwood and ing the dinner they all went Kevin, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill to the Myers home to rem- Kiehl and boys were Sunday inisce, which consisted of ~afternoon callers, many jokes and lots of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence laughter. In the evening the Myers' served ice cream, Maag visited her father, Mr. cake and coffee to Mr. and Claude Lansden, at Fair- taunt, Nebr on Thursday. Mrs. Bert Henry of Esbon, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mizner James and Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole Kingsley of Formoso were of Burr Oak. This makes the Sun tay evening visitors of 5th anniversary for these Mr. and Mrs. David Dem- friends since their golden weddings. aray. - """ lenn Fear Clinton Brown of Abilene, ivlr ana - . " ~- '- nin waneta Dillon of Saline and mg were lnursaay eve g ; . . rs IVlrs Jennie tluntslnger were visitors oI ivlr annlVl ". I unaay runner guests oI t lenn ram. I Mrs Lela Dillon and Wilma Mrs Earl Mullins, Edna l iV/r and Mrs Donald Balt " Masters and Etta Masters [and children of Scottsbluf , were Sunday dinner guests[ Nohr word Knndav ~ftPr- of Mrs Lucretia Gibbs of l2' ".:" ."--~" ;--4,-'~"'. . . . i noun visitors or Mr. anQ Esbon at a cafe inSmltl tMrs Per " England The" Center. They called at the lwere hereto vi t his grang Dr Gibson home while in J " . i lattner, Mr. 1. L. t~enaer, wno Sm tla Center. lne lam.es[ is a patient at the Beloit spent the remainder of the! hospital. afternoon in the Gibbs home Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barnes at Esbon. and Billy Jo of Esbon, Mr. Mrs. Ethel Hasty arrived and Mrs. Gary Figgins and home Saturday from Phoen- fancily of Bladen, Nebr Mr. ix, Ariz where she had and Mrs. Junior Barnes and spent the winter with her farrLily~ and Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mrs. Howard Balty, Cliff Barnes and family were and other relatives. Sunday afternoon and even- Mr and Mrs Cleo Morris ing visitors of Mr. and iMrs. arid Eugene were Saturday Harvey Fogo. overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman accom mrris we.~l~ ~Oj. ~ou~rn Mr$.:Earl Thomas Mr' and Mrs. Philip Un- t6'S ab t/ h f'vd ,rt bre- Wednes- derwood attended church interests over the weekend, visitors of with the Larry Wacker fam- Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rich- B'oifi~otL Mr. and ily in Edgar, Nebr on Sun- ardson and Mrs. Madeline Mrs. Oscar Newlin of Man- day and were dinner guests Miller had dinner at Pete's kato were evening visitors, in the Wacker home. Cafe in Smith Center, Sun- LaVon Ost attended a Mr. and Mrs. Max Louder and family were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and family. Mrs. Marie Everson and boys were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Pixler. Mr. and Mrs. Roy t~andon accompanied Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Alsobrooks and Faye to Salina on Monday where Faye will resume her college work. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Un- derwood and Cheryl attend- Burr Oak American Legion Auxiliary The Burr Oak American Legion Auxiliary of Emory Clemens Post, Unit 268, met on April I1 with twelve members present at the Hall. Roll call was answered. Eve- lyn Michael gave the prayer in place of Mattie Decker. Minutes were read and ap- proved. Jane Harris, who was as- sisted by Diana Ost and Shelley Harris, gave the re- port on Foreign Relations. Jane stated that the dolls should be dressed and turn- ed in by, the last of the month so they could be sent to the district convention. Mrs. Catherine Oktfield port on the Poppy Poster Contest, The following won and will go on to the Dist- rict Convention: 4th Grade: 1, Charlene Wallace; 2, Beckie Terrill; 3, Sylvia Modlin. 5th Grade: l, Steve Dillon; 2, Julie Johnson; 3, Johnnie Garman. 6th Grade: 1, Dennis Dye; 2, Rita Williams; 3, Roger Ziegler. 7th & 8th Grade: 1, Rosie Oliver; 2, Lorraine Olena; 3, Diane Oliver. Florence Headley and Doris Morris served deli- cious refreshments, after which the unit adjourned. --P. R.C. Stella;Hetrt ed an April birthday party gave the Legislative report Mr. and Mrs. ' 'Mr '~and Mrs Arch Mar- on Sunday afternoon at the She also told about the new --" " ~ of h were dinner guests shah of Concordia were cal- home . Mr. and Mrs. Ralp GI Bill which had passed. day of Mr. and Mrs. Frank lets Ttiursday afternoon of Arasm~th of Jewell. Alma Garman gave her Korb of Mankato. . Mr ankl Mrs. Clark Calahan Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Wes- repoi't on community serv- Mr. and Mrs. Reeve 1Qr. and Mrs Arthur ~ley and Mr. and Mrs. Roy ~ice, telling us what w-e have Hawkins were Wednesday Cockroft and family were lBrandon went to Hastings done and what we are sup- evening visitors of Mr. and Sunday afternoon callers at on Thursday evening to at- posed to do. Mrs. Mack Harris. the Alec Patnode home in tend the auction. A motion was made to Mr. and Mrs. W. A Schla- Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ~ give money to the Red gel and Mrs. Ercil Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Deck- I Haney of Los Alamos, N.M Cross, Cancer, Heart, and Ronnie and Gale, were Sun- br were dinner guests Sun- ]were Monday dinner guests March of Dimes. day dinner guests of Mr. and day of.Mr, and Mrs. Lylelof her father, Mr. and Mrs. The National Convention Mrs. Howard Shott. Wood at tne Mainliner Cafe]Ernest Platt. will be on Aug. 29. The Mrs. Elton Gillett is teach- in Beloit. I Rev. and Mrs. G. R.Also- Kansas American Legion is ing the 5th grade at the Lin- Donald Anderson was al brooks and Mr. and Mrs. having a float and they are coin Grade School in Con- Wedhaesdav dinner guest oft Roy Brandon attended the asking all Auxiliaries to cordia this week while the Mr. and Pelts. James McCor-[meeting at Belleville on help. We voted to give our teacher attends a P.T.A. mick and John. John left in IWednesday where they tea table offering. Convention. the afternoon for Emporia to ] heard Howard Correll sing. Mildred Bausch, the Pop- Mr. and Mrs. David Dee- resume.his college work. I py Chairman, gave her re- aray attended the wedding of her niece, Miss Diane Mitchell, to Mr. Van Wood at the Trinity Methodist Church in Hutchinson, Sat- ~U':~:~::~::~::;:~: :~::::::~:::::: Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Frost of Esbon were Sunday : evening visitors of Mr. and ::~i::i . .::::~:::~:~;i .:?~ : :!:~ family.Mrs" Stanley Johnson and :::: ::: "":::: ~:~7% - ~;:~, :: Graveside services were :: : held at the Burr Oak Ceme- tery for the infant son of Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Ever- A. ].FOYT son of Juniata, Nebr Tues- day, April 19. The baby was born Monday, April 18 and was named Dean Travis. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burger, Gary and Larry, . went through the Pioneer Village at Minden, Nebr on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alex- ander were Sunday after- Mrs. Junior Mills and family panied Mrs. Delbert Under- noon visitors of Mrs. Grace in Concordia. While inCon- wood and Gene to Salina on Kiser. Morris cordia they called on Mr. Mr. and 'Arthur Allen at the St. Jos- Monday where Gene had a Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mul- check-up on his leg. len of Red Cloud were Sun- :fer arid s Hospitali Loyde Garman, Bob Par- day afternoon visitors of Mr. Sun: Grace BircK of. Interces- son ,Jay Beale and Nelson :and Mrs. Glenn Bennett Siorl City, Fla c me Tues- ~urenqe "to be with -mother, to be with he!'- Rob- improving nicely at the Belleville hospital, ; ' I, : ' " Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crane and Charles of Norton were Sunday morning ca ller : o ' Phi Mrs. Mamie Mullin. They were enroute to the Charles werePaul Crane home near Randall.~ @~~ (~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Mr. Norman Morris and I Duane of Superior were BURR OAK, KANS. past winner of the Indianapolis "500" and dozens of other auto race~. MOTHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET AT BURR OAK : The Mother and Daughter Banquet will be held at the Burr Oak High School on Friday, May 6, at 7:00 p.m. The ticket sale will end on Friday, April 29. Anyone wanting a ticket may con- tact Mrs. Lester Baueh, Mrs. Loren Fogo, Mrs. Ralph Dye, Mrs. Orville, Hafner, Mrs. Mike Caldwell or Mrs. En- cille Lewis. Mrs. Clifford Jones, Mrs. Perry Kier, Mrs. Ray Smith, Mrs. P. J. Rafferty and Miss Lucy Wiley attended a W. S. C. S. leadership clinic at Scandia Monday. HIGH PERFORMANCE TIRE TE8TED FOR 500 MILE8 AT OVER 120 M.P.H. BY kJ. FOYT, ONE OF AMERICA'8 TOP RACING DRIVER8I Thunderbolt is not a racing tire, but a premium quality tire for extra safety at all highway speeds all cars. Extra-mileage Tufsyn rubber gnd extra-strong 3-T nylon 1 Built to deliver extra traction, rain or shinel SPEEI/ll, OFFER! NO TRADE- IN PRICE./ Sale Price* .11}6o *2osa Fed. Exc. 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