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Thursday, Apr. 23, 1981 Page 2 - Section 2 Mrs. Gary Kindler. Joy was Fern Garman in Phillipsburg. God's-Guidelines. brought our dinner to us last Mr. and Mrs. Erich ill ' "~ " ' ~"' ~J '= ~ ' ...... , I the godmother. Herman Broeckelman and Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Lar- Sunday and spent some time man visited Albert H A most enjoyable afternoon Jim Peroutek were dinner son and Benjamin visited from with us. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice in the Blue Valley Rest~onol |--' l~ Of was spent at the Whitemound guests of the Wayne Broeck- Thursday night until Sunday Simmelink had dinner with in Hebron Saturday }-in c l News E.H.U. meeting last Thurs- elmans Sunday. with her folks, the Wilbur us. Mr. and Mrs. Elden noon. ~' .. day. Mrs. Ernest Blattner was Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Noller Oberts. They visited the Hol- Johanek and Tracy brought Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ~r ~ S B O N Ihostess and Mrs" Ray Griffith accOmpanied Mr" and Mrs" lOways' Chapmans' LarsOns Our supper tO us Friday eve" bun' Fred Rathbun' Dej-~ I [ " gave the lesson on Busy We- Stanley Noller and Chris- and Lukes at Beloit Saturday. ning. Needless to say, these Mrs. Myrtle Showalter, (l. , man s Guide to Meal ,,and topher to Omaha last Thurs- The selling of the West- good meals meant a lot to us. Colol, Mr. and Mrs. Ray.~tt;~ II Household Management. day to visit relatives over branch School closed or corn- Mrs. Irene Winkle, mother Turlock, Calif., Ruth andS. E Mr. and Mrs. Max Ball Easter. pleted a history of a small of Mrs. Jean Beden, had emer- don Rathbun were Tu~ss i [ drove to Haysville to spend Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Noller country school which many gency surgery last Thursday evening supper guests O~T~ Easter weekend with Mr. and of Silver Lake spent the week- people in this area had an at the Beloit hospital. Jean and Mrs. Paul Rathbun0~ me] And Viclnity [Mrs. Eddie Ball and girls and end with his mother, Mrs. interest in. has spent much time with her Dwayne McKeown ~Rul also with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Florence Noller. Steven Obert had shearers mother. We hope for you a George Mills, Wichita, ]kss . Pack and girls at Derby. It is nice to have Mr. and in Friday and Saturday to speedy recovery, Irene. the weekend in the l~-t~e | Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Dennis Reinert and fam- shear his sheep. We were unable to attend McKeown home. ~me, SponsoredByThe I Dodd spent the Easter vaca- ily backin our township. They Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Lar- church Sunday morning, but ~ }psey tion with Capt. and Mrs. Dale moved into their new home son and Benjamin and Wilbur did get a good Easter sermon r~OIPII~IASJ~| |Wl:uBnl~t l~el ~d~ext Progresslve- Esbon Merchant I Dodd and boys in Wichita. the first of this month. Obert were Friday supper over TV. We enjoyed Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones Mr. and Mrs. Don Broock- guests of Hazel Obert. Rex Humbard and Rev. Ken- j, , =, ~ _ _ ~ ~ =I joined other relatives at the elman and family, Mr. and Mr. andMrs. EarlFindiey nethCopeland. ~:2 W~E~t ....... ~ home of Mrs. John Abel and Mrs. Gary Gardner, Brian and and Marcus and Lucile Clark Rev. Swank called at our Mr. and-Mrs. i --servedrefreshments~dthen-ing needs for Red Bird. Mrs. girls for an Easter dinner Stephanie of Smith Center were welcome visitors at home Saturday afternoon. We and Mr. and Mrs. CI~( we had a plant sale. Next Davis also read an article Sunday evening, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Frost Odessa Sunday. The Ken Lar- enjoy his visits very much.. Hughes were Wednesday~(s fo meeting is May 21 at 2:00 with from the World Herald on Happy Hour Club is to meet and family were Easter din- sons were also visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kinch- ning guests of Mrs. A~and Mrs. Carol Kindler as hostess. Appalachia. Mrs. Edward with Mrs. Bennie Reinert this ner guests of Mrs. Jane Frost. Odessa. eloe were visiting at the Rolla Hails and Mr. Glen Gerltz Mrs. Bonnie Benoit will give Shute passed around letters Thursday afternoon. Rogene Broeckelman was The Doyle Michaels sent a Dietz home last Wednesday Mr. Lynn Doxon of ~on home from Hays. memorial to the Odessa evening. They enjoyed pic- ville, Calif., has returners. E JEWELL COUNTY RECORD lll l USD 276 CALENDAR Monday, Apr. 27: Field Trip to Minden (2, 3, 4 and 5) Tuesday, April 28: Tri County Meet (Jr. High) at Mankato, 10:30 a.m.; High School Track Meet at North Central, 10:30 a.m. Thursday, April 30: Tri County (Jr. High) Music Contest at Lebanon Friday, May 1: Junior High Track Meet at Glasco - 9:00 a.m.; Senior Trip WHITEMOUND E.H.U. Whitemound E.H.U. met April 16 at the Esbon U.M. Church basement with Mrs. Pearle Blattner as hostess. Mrs. Norene Dietz guessed the guess box. President Earlene Bronson called the meeting to order by having the group read the Extension Homemakers Creed. Ten members answered roll call of their choice. Our secretary was absent so Mrs. Lucille Frost fdled in. Mrs. Biattner gave the KEHC News. A short council report was given by Mrs. Bronson: District Meeting is April 30 at Con- cordia with registration from 9:00@:30 with a dollar fee; we are proud to have Mrs. Thelma Beam and Mrs. Bonnie Benoit to style in the style show at 10:30; we re- eeived a gold seal at the Spring Tea for last year's work; we are to help at the LTC May 12 with Mrs. Nor- ene Dietz and Mrs. Kris Kindler making plans; Earl- ene told us about the Stand- ard of Excellence and how it is changed. Mrs. Judy Griffith gave a very interesting lesson on "Busy Woman's Guide to Meal and Household Man- agement." She made a chicken casserole and a fruit salad which were real good. We examined different cans of applesauce, peaches and peas by comparing the price and quality. She passed out "Make a Mix" and "Master Mix" recipes. A meal planned is a meal half ready; good man- agement means better use of your money and time. It was a lesson for all of us and needed in these times. Mrs. Blattner the lesson, "Personal Effec- received from the Carpers, tiveness." missionaries to France, and --PRC from World Changers, the organization through which ESBON EHU we sponsor our Indian boy. Esbon EHU met April 14 at Mrs. Nellie Gillett presented EUM Church basement with the Easter lesson, "A Full Gladys Smith as hostess with Life." Our May meeting will a "Make a Mix Meal" enjoyed be at the home of Mrs. Brad by all at the noon hour. Menu Gillett with Mrs. Vaden for the meal was: meat balls Davis, Jr. as leader. The meeting was closed with a with tomato sweet and sour sauce, stroganoff sauerbraten sauce, quick taco dip with crackers and chips, ham qu~che, raisin bran muffins, chicken salad, sorghum cook- ies, E-Z salad, relish tray and coffee. Business meeting was held in the afternoon. Roll call was answered by all members of school days remembrance. Bills were paid. Freda read an article, "Good Neighbors Unit." The menu was planned to serve the Lions Club in May. Jessie and Rose won games. Meeting was ad- journed. Lunch was served by the hostess. --G.S., Reporter UNION CHAPEL UMW The Union Chapel UMW met April 1 at the home of Mrs. Edward Shute. The president, Mrs. Melvin Ship- ley, opened the meeting with an Easter meditation followed by prayer. Eight members answered roll call with a verse of an Easter Hymn. Mrs. Gary Shipley gave the meditation of the least coin with scripture from Matthew 5:13-16. This was written by a lady from Malaysia. It was announced that there would be Good Friday services on April 17 at 7:30. Mrs. Gary Shipley, coordinator for Glo- bal Concerns, asked us to keep in our prayers the Polish people and also our injured national leaders. Mrs. Vaden Davis, the coordinator for Christian Social Involvement, collected the things we had brought to be sent to the Red Bird Sunday School. Next month we are to bring camp- NOTICE The Esbon Fire Department would like to invite all of those people who have do- nated to help build the Fire House and pour the concrete to a Lamb Fry a~ the Fire House, April 23, at 7:00 p.m. It's time to protect your investment in fer- tilizer, labor, insecticides, herbicides, taxes and any other expense you have in raising a crop with . HAIL INSURANCE "SAPP I-NSUR ANCE AGENCY, INC. ES .DON, KANSAS poem, "An Easter Promise." A time of refreshments and fellowship was enjoyed. Esbon and Whitemound "Frosty" What a glorious Easter Day with a much needed rain for which we are so thankful and many attended church ser- vices regardless of the weath- er. Our special for Sunday was a duet by Julie Voboril and Mark Marihugh, accom- panied by Karen Marihugh. We were happy to have so many visitors and hope they will come again. Baptismal services for baby Jarred Hajny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hajny, were held at the Union Chapel Meth- odist Church on Palm Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson of Topeka spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nolin Hajny, and were visitors at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shipman of Guide Rock, parents of Mrs. Melvin Hajny, were also there. Later Mr. and Mrs. Nolin Hajny, Mr. and Mrs. Shipman, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hajny and boys had dinner at Lebanon. A beautiful Easter lily, in memory of Mrs. Harold Beam, Sr., and a rosebud, in honor of baby Kyle Jason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Callaway, were enjoyed by the Esbon UM congregation Suaday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrison and Jason of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Ralph Jack- son of Concordia spent last Monday visiting Mrs. Mary Gass and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Martin called on Mrs. Mary Gass Wednesday evening. Miss Joy Kindler of Salina came up to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kindler, last Sunday and attended the dedication of Kristal Joy, baby daughter of Mr. and The District Extension Homemakers meeting will be held at the Brown Grand Theater in Concordia next Thursday, April 30, with registration beginning at 9 a.m. A full day has been planned with a grand tour of the theater as only one of the many activities. Plan to attend. Mr. and Mrs. James Martin called on the Claude Frosts Wednesday afternoon. Later Mrs. Frost and Jacque called on Mr. and Mrs. Bert Henry in Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Rues of Wichita, Mike Beam of Em- poria, Karla Engels of Over- land Park, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gouldie, Shawn and Tim, Mr. Ivan Johanek, and Eddie Beam from Hays were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beam, Jr. Mr. and Ms. Orren Bronson and boys were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby. Melvin Silsby and Anita drove to Denver for Easter weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Corrick and Cindy were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wiehl and children in Smith Center. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Voboril and Shani Blain were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Voboril and children at the Sports- roans Cafe in Glen Elder Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ander- sen of Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Andersen and Jolita of Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Attwell of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Andersen and family of Cawker City, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Shipley were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shipley. Lyle and Melva Shipley are home from Manhattan for Easter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Rei- nert were Tuesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost. Leland Frost drove to Supe- rior Sunday afternoon to visit his father, Charles Frost, at the Good Samaritan Center. Mr. Ora Hills returned home from the Webster Memorial Hospital Saturday. He became ill early Tuesday morning and Melvin Shipley took him to Red Cloud. Mrs. Ila Callaway was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs~ Burdette Callaway and family Easter Sunday. Mrs. Olive Hajny spent the Easter weekend with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Whitley Church for Harry Ritter. A" tures the Dietzes had taken flew up from Wichita Friday to visit his mother, Mrs. Ila Whitley. A coffee was held at the home of Mrs. Shirley Marl- hugh and Mrs. Doris Hughes this morning (Monday) for the Wilomena Chapter OES, hon- oring the new members and a gift to Ann Callaway and Kyle and a gift to Brenda Marihugh in honor of her forthcoming marriage. Guests were Linda Paget and children, Barbara Johanek and Jody, Vera May- dew, Clara Bunker, Inez Gray, Ellen Story and Delia Rice, all of Lebanon, Gladys Smith, Jessie Lantis, Norine Hajny, Joyce and Renae Heaton, Arleta Underwood, Ann Cal- lawny, Brenda, Sandra, Karen and Shirley Marihugh and Doris Hughes. Each performance of the Easter Cantata, directed by Larry McKinnis, was very good and well attended. We hope this will continue each year. We thank all of the per- formers and Larry McKinnis and Wanda Thummel for all the time they gave. Will someone in Esbon please be a news reporter? I would like to retire! Joseph R. Gaze New Underwood -- Rites of Christian burial for Joseph R. Gaza, 78, of New Underwood, will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Behrens Mortuary in Rapid City by tl~ Rev. Peter Wiike. Burial will be in the New Underwood Cemetery. Memorials have been estab- lished to the Good Samaritan Center of New Underwood and the Cystic Fibrosis Foun- dation. Gaza died Tuesday at the nursing home in New Under- wood. He was born May 10, 1902, at Agra, Kans., the son of Joseph and Catherine Gaza. He was married to Marguer- ite Payne October 29, 1929, at Denver, Colo. She died Aug- ust 12, 1960. Gaza is survived by one sister, Frances Simmons of New Underwood and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, one sister, one great-nephew and one great-niece and his father and mother. This was handed to me by Mrs. Emil Peroutek and she thought a number of people in this area would want to know about Mr. Gaza's death. Odessa- Dentonia Mrs. Wilbur Obert Odessa Homemakers met with Phyllis Carlgren Monday afternoon. Only part of the group could attend due to conflicts. The cantata put on by the community chorus was pre- sented three times the past week. We again have cele- brated the Risen Christ on Sunday after Holy Week. Let's try to keep our lives on Dr. J. M. Andersen large crowd attended his ser- vices Wednesday morning at Smith Center. Harry's witty sense of humor will be cher- ished by his many friends. Saturday supper guests of Wilbur Oberts were Marion Boeskool, Steven Obert, Hazel Obert, Dr. and Mrs. Charlie Luke and Ryan and Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Larson and son. Hazel Obert accompanied Elton Fords to Hastings Fri- day to see the eye specialists. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kat- tenberg visited Wilbur Oberts Wednesday evening. Mildred Kattenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Detwiler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Findley and Marcus were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Young. Maude Keller and Audrey Young attended a shower for Beth Detwller Saturday at Smith Center. Hazel Obert and Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Larson and Ben were Sunday dinner guests of Wilbur Oberts. Doreen Stones, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Young and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert attended church at Beloit Sunday eve- ning and saw the enactment of the Crucifying of Jesus at the New Life Center. Mr. and l~s. Steven Cord~ a~d Ch~- lie and Jeanette Luke were in' the~a~t'of ch~acterS. Our sympathy to Lena Mc- Cleery in the death of her brother, Walter Broun. Memorial services were to be held Monday afternoon at on various trips. The Easter Egg Hunt was postponed Saturday due to the rain. It has been re- scheduled for April 25 at 3 p.m. at the Ionia school- ground. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sim- melink spent Easter Sunday with their son, Ed and family at the Waconda Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hen- ningsen and Russ enjoyed having Mr. and Mrs. Clay Henningsen and Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Von Taylor and Levi and Mrs. Johan Menhusen for Easter dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz, Cawker City, will observe their 50th wedding anniver- sary with an open house from 2 to 4 on May 3 in the Fellowship Hall of the United Methodist Church in Ionia. All friends and relatives are in- vited. Entertaining will be their three children and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Dietz request no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz visited their daughter, Mrs. Carol Leonard and husband, Saturday morning. Rev. Swank was a welcdme visitor at the Rolla Dietz home Tuesday afternoon. The Dietzes were Wednesday afternoon callers of Mrs. Mur- tel Mechsner of Mankato. This and the surrounding area received a very welcome rafii' dvd/~ i:he ~ekend. About 1Vz' inches and still forecast' for more. Wheat fields look wonderful and this rain sure will help pastures, gardens, etc. We have had so many nice Formoso to resume his ~ vi ing operations in this a~s i Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Pri~ 7~ Salina were guests Frid~h/! Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hoara[~d u family. Mr. Leonard Greenb4' i~ Mankato and Mrs. ~ts, Joerg were Sunday gueS~bat Mrs. Astrid Hails and~heir Glen Gertson. ~sell I Mr. and Mrs. Brs~uth Keeler were Sunday t~. l noon visitors of Mr. and ~vilh Irl Amos of Courtland. ~h Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord l~y c child of Webber and Mr.~urt Mrs. Dale Rethchild ~ mc callers the past week atAhlnt~ home of Mrs. Ruth Roth~ fell Mrs. Vera Reed was ~tend ess to a family Easter di~ 1 Guests were Mr. and l~er Carl Dieckman and so~ltie Alton, Mrs. Irene Park, I~kster Ruth Logan, Mrs. h, Mrs Switzer, Mr. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Jack Higbo~ He. family and Mr and Mrs Gordanier and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Cla~viU, Hughes of Formoso, Mr.~Ma Mrs. Vernon Quy of Supe~lem Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. St~b. al Quy of Omaha, Nebr., Mr.~_of ] Mrs. Glenn Jones of F-~r and Mr. Gerald Kemmer~Duf Jewell were Sunday eve!~ AI Easter dinner guests of]~ Co~ Susan Abel, Elizabeth ~iom Amy of Burr Oak. ~.Hm Mrs. Rosemary DC~ltl Cl entertair~d; the Haw~h~Co~ Club. iat. her,hp~e Tb~t~da afternoon, April 9. Nine ~M~ bers were present. Mrs. 1~ M~ Jones was the winner o|]~an' guess box. The afternoon]~__ spent socially. The h~ served refreshments. ~ts. WaKeeney. visits from neighbors, friends Joy Dunstan will be hoste~ Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Peter- and family the past week. You the next meeting. 1 son and daughter were Sat- don't realize how many good Mr. and Mrs. Bill L~ urday overnight guests of friends you have until you are were Thursday evening ] Ernie Kattenbergs. sorta unable to do for your- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Cla~ self. Orlo and I greatly appre- Hughes. Ionia A elate all the wonderful thingsMrs. Ruth Rothchild ws~J rea done for us. Easter dinner guest of , The farm sale of Mr. Ernie and Mrs. Dale Rothchifll Mrs. Orlo Van Wey Noller was held Saturday Mankato and all attended~ Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Oiive afternoon. The afternoon was cantata at the Meth~ cool with a good rain falling Church in Mankato. Mrs.~ Winkle) Mabler of Wisconsin, most of the time, which per- Rothchild was one of~ who were returning from a haps may have helped Ernie s singers. visit with their son and family sale. The Nollers have pur- Manfred Briggs, age 7~'1 at Denver, came through the Ionia area last Friday and chased a home in Jewell Wichita passedaway Wed~ visited at the home of Olive s where they are living. ~day, April 15. He was bo@~ V Iley Vi"'ew Formoso and attended.] cousin, Mrs. Jean Boden and Formoso Schools. He w~ family. We were real sorry we missed seeing them. . 1924 graduate of the For.~ Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rose High School, He is survi~ entertained their family to Mr=, C. Summers byhiswife, Ethel of the h0~ Easter dinner -- Mr. and Mrs. The best news for the week a daughter, Phyllis Lee Tim Rose and Jerod, Mr. and is the nicer~ns we have been , of ~ard, Calif.; a Mrs. Bob Rose and Sylvia,{: v~ceiving~s'g~ze Friday night ~eaq~h of Wmhlta; thr ~ '~ ~}'~i' ~ ~''~ ~" ~'~ ~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee and Mr. # ~:~otal ~,:,80 ~ $r~- and ~}~te~,[:~rs. Cleo Blandmg:J s se and w o ~ Formoso Mrs Mada~| and Mr. Rodney Re ~ ~]c me. ~ , and Mrs. ~ a bro~ ; and ~]' norial~ Friday ,] Marty. Mrs. Marie Burdett went to Grand Island last Tuesday and brought Mrs. Alfred Sie- fert home from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dean Van Wey and daughter came Saturday evening and got Terry's grandmother, Ruth Van Wey, and they enjoyed supper at the Sportsmans Care. Ruth spent Easter Sun- day with her daughter, Marge and family of Beloit. Mrs. Charli Barrett fur- nished special music for the ' worship service Sunday morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Don Barrett and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barrett and son were Several from this vicinity attended the sunrise service Sunday morning at the Web- ber Church, followed by a breakfast. Dwayne McKeown and. George Mills, Wichita, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown were Sunday dinner guest sin the Keith McKeown home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ross, Kent, Jay and Eric. Mr. and Mrs. Ray: Czirr of Turleck, Calif., brought Ruth and Waldon Rathbun home Monday. They have spent the last four months with the Czirrs in California. Campbell Mathis of Wichita; a Ernest of Wichita; and grandchildren. Memorial vices were held Byrd-Snodgrass Colo Chapel with burial in Wichita.Chapel Memorial Garde~t Mr. and Mrs. Norman P ' and family hosted an E dinner at their home Su Guests were Mr. and Renold Johnson and Joh~ Courtland, Mr. and Mrs. tv] ard Watson and familY~ Hardy, Nebr., Mr. and Von Van Meter and familY~] - Lovewell, Mrs. Bonnie bons and children of hattan, Mrs. Rhonda J0! Easter dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. Ella Summers was a and son of Jamestown, OPTOMETRIST and Mrs. Jennings Borger. Sunday dinner guest in the | [ OFFICE HOURS: Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Jim Healey home. and Mrs. Melvin Dahl, I | Tuesday 9:00-5:00 Berger were supper guests of Carla Bargen, Denver, call- and Mrs. Chas. Watson, ~) I ! 120 N Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz at ed Saturday morning on Mr. moso, and Mr. Mike Re1 Gone for good they won't be around to support | [ Mankato, Kansas the Sportsmans Cafe Tuesday and Mrs. Tom McKeown. Courtland. .J ,, Mr. and Mrs. Dale tT~ Phone 378 3220 evening. Kent Ross, Crete, spent the and family of Formoso 3 our churches, help pay taxes, buy the merchan-|l " Mr. andMrs. Hooley Alcorn weekend with the Arnold dise that makes jobs which attract and hold our _ - i~ -.~ : : . ~_ H,,,,,~ ~" Sunday dinner guests of and Mrs, Marshall Atki~S]%' Nthing ever paid greater dividends r rere I [i E~BON O|t Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun Randall. Mr. Jeff Mall ] handsome returns than loyalty to the community. ' were Mr. and Mrs. Dix Han- Valley Center was a guest1 sen and family, Mr. and Mrs. the Hoards. ~ Buy and bank at home. It's good business. PRODUCTS * ITm Mason and family' Mrs" Mrs" Astrid Hails es'~l The State Bank II MOBIL Pat Andersen and girls, Mr. tained the Happy Hour ~3 and Mrs. Tom Rathbun and at her home Thursday ~ girls, Ray Czirr, Ruth and noon with seven men~: II TANK WA60N SERVICE[ Waldon Rathbun, Mr. and present. Mrs. HailswoIl~, OF ESBON " Mrs, Oscar Hansen. guest box. Following a s~ Deposits Insured up to $100,000 by F.D.I.C. Mr. and Mrs. David Dema- hour the hostess served _|/ 725-3683 ,i,, f I home. McKeo~n freshmentS.Mrs. Louise ~&'A ray visited Thursday after- Magnu'~" -- Esbon, ,Kansas Phone , noon in ..... the Keith , . (Continued on Page 3 Established 1900 ]] ] . ~ ' ' ' J ' 'J ' Ill " , ~ :i'": ,; - | -