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lia, on to Miltonvale her with their Grand- mer. . and Mrs. Humphrey Easter Sunday dinner ~with Mr. and Mrs. Earl 7 and boys, Randy and ~a Smith's company the ,eek were Mrs. Brad three children and Mrs. John Parsons Ozella spent Easter Lg her Smith and family. Sunday evening the Progress," will at the evening Everyone welcome. Hi, Loule Hasemeyer, Jr. ladies from this attended the Women's Club noon in Superior. Olive Hill Church Missionary met at the basement Wednesday with Mrs. Clare as hostess. families of the Hill Church attended Service at the Church Sun- and the break- will be an Awana roller skating party afternoon from 4:30 p.m. at the skating Lyne accompanied Mrs. Gall Hudiburgh Thursday. Mrs. Robert Her- Easter Sunday din- of Mr. and Mrs. and family, Wendell Moh'ler and were lunch guests week of Mrs. Stone and Hollie. weekend guests of Mrs. Ralph Dye were Mrs. Gary Hanna, and Jeremy, Riley, Mrs. Steve Peery Mr. and Mrs. ; Peery, Lincoln, and Clark, Juniata. and Mrs. Billy Bishop Bladen, and Rev. were Easter dinner guests of Mr. Marshal] Bishop. k Rogers, Hardy, was a visitor of meyer, Jr. and family. Jerry Hasemeyer was a Friday morning lunch guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jens- by, Webber. Mrs. Merna Wester was a Tuesday visitor of Mrs. Bill Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Weer- ner and Michelle and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hanson and Car- men had supper together at a care in Smith Center Sat- urday to honor Mr. Hanson on his birthday. Jay Nielsen is a new resi- dent of this community, living in the rental property of Mr. and Mrs. Louie. Hasemeyer, Jr. Jay is a brother of Fred Nielsen and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nielsen who live north of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bauer, Troy and Tummy, Colorado Springs, Colo., came Friday afternoon to spend Easter weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and Michelle, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Woerner and Buck, Mr. and Mrs. Terry McCutcheon and Shane, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cockroft and sons, Ionia, and Mrs. Blanche Penner were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cockroft, Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Fricke, Great Bend, came Saturday and were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andrews and Billy. They went on to Hastings and were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fricke and family. Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer, Jr. visited Thursday afternoon with Miss Gertrude Russell, Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Weerner and Michelle, Mr. and Mrs. Terry McCutcheon and Shane and Dixie Wood, Mankato, were Easter Sun- day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Woerner and Buck. Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler were Mrs. Bill An- drews, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bauer, Troy and Tammy, Colorado Springs, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Mohler, Tabitha and Billy Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Trautman, Trenton and Levi, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Barry and Blake. ANKS For year patronage the past 26 years. Mr. and Mrs. George Cosancl BURR OAK PLUMBING AND LUMBER Is Un_der ,New Ownership of AND MRS. GARY COSAND. TheY~ Wouhi appreciate your~. ~i'~':~ future business. II-Risk Federal Insurance is now available. Before you spend a fortune planting your crops this year, think about protecting your- self with All-Risk Federal Crop Insurance. Just call PAUL. EDWARDS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. SECURITY NATIONAL BANK SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA Office: 40~879-3254 Home: 40Ye87~1051 Ruskin, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Fricke, Great Bend. Mrs. Tom Kotinek and Mrs. Bill Andrews hosted a surprise stork shower for Mrs. Jim Welbourn at her home Thursday afternoon. Guests were friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Welbourn. Jerry Warne spent Thurs- day through Sunday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McKinney, Blue Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Warne, Jennifer and Kevin were Eas- ter supper guests in the McKinney home Sunday eve- ning and Jerry returned home ith them. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielsen, Heather and Kelley were Saturday evening supper guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crouch, Man- kate. Mrs. Tom Kotinek visited Thursday morning with Mrs. Bill Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen, Nathan and Stuart. Mrs. Rick Harris and Kim- berly, Burr Oak, were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCutch- eon. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Hi]], Denver, Colo., were Thursday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andrews and Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen, Shannon. Brooke and Becky were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop. Mrs. Clare Schuster. Mrs. Kenneth Schuster, Kelli and Meggin spent Saturday in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Hudi- burgh and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hudiburgh went to Akron, Colo., Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ardienne Foutz, a cousin of Gall and Glenn. They returned home Wednesday evening. Ralph Dye, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hanna, Riley, visited Friday with Mrs. Annabelle Tavenner at the Mary Lan- ning Hospital, Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hase- meyer, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hasemeyer, Jr. and family and John Rogers were E~ister Sunday dinner guests oTJ~ Ann Hasemeyer, Supe- rior. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day, Jody, Roslyn, Jon and two friends from Lincoln came Saturday evening to visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Hiatt. They were all Easter Sunday dinner guests in the Hiatt home. The Days returned to their home Sunday evening. Kerma Crotts, Garden City, visited her grandmother, Mrs. Della Roe, Saturday after- noon and was a supper guest, also. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dye, Aurora, were Thursday over- night guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye. They were en route to Colby to spend the Easter weekend with her parents. Mrs. Ida PUgh, North- branch, and Pearl Loudermilk visited Friday afternoon with - Mrs. Marshall Bishop. Mrs. Wendell Mohler, Ta- bitha and Billy Joe were Friday lunch guests of Mrs. Arnold Woerner and Buck. Mrs. Della Roe, Cecil Mor- gan, Superior, Mrs. Kerma Crotts and Brett, Garden City, and Brian Koster, Cawker City, were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Headrick and Sherry who is home on a vacation from Kansas State University. Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. HSw- ard Millen, Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hewer left Wednesday for Denver, Colo., where they will visit with their daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. John Wil- liams, The Hewers have been visiting here the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackstone and other rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Rus- sell, Dawn and Kristin were Easter supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen, Nathan and Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielsen, Heather and Kelley and Jay Nielsen were Easter dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nielsen. Easter Sunday dinner Robert Albin, Sherry and Becky. Later in the afternoon l~r. and Mrs. Ken Fricke were visitors in the Andrews home. Mrs. Fitz West was a guest of Mrs. Harry Blackstone at the Christian Women's Club luncheon Tuesday in Supe- rior. Mrs. Rick Harris and Kim- berly and Mrs. Richard Mc- Cutcheon were Friday dinner guests of Mrs. Ceta McCutch- eon, Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bauer, Troy and Tammy, Colorado Springs, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Mohler, Tabitha and Billy Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Trautman, Trenton and Levi and Mrs. Keith Berry and Blake were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler. Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Sea- mans, Bryan and Kimberly, Wamego, were Friday and Saturday guests of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackstone. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nielsen, Heather and Kelley were Sun- day evening visitors of Jay Nielsen. This community received a real nice rain Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lonie Hasemeyer, Jr., Rosemarie and Janiee spent Monday in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe, John and Angela were Easter dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kroger, Byron. ANNOUNCES COUNTY ARTHRITIS CHAIRMAN Margaret Richardson, CPA, president of the Kansas Chap- ter, Arthritis Foundation, an- nounces the appointment of Virginia Lange 108 S. High, as Jeweli County Chairman. This honor brings with it the responsibility of seeing that all Arthritis programs of research, professional and public education within Jewell County are well coordinated in order that the foundation be viable to the public. Also, any fund raising within the county for the Kansas Chap- ter, Arthritis "Foundation is under the auspices of the County Chairman. Mrs. Richardson reminds us that Arthritis is the nation's number one crippler and that Arthritis claims a new victim every 33 seconds.She stated, "Meeting this challenge de- mands a highly motivated, organized leader. These qual- ities we have found in Mrs. Lange. It is with confidence that we welcome her aboard." LOVEWELL Craig Peele and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Russell had Easter din- ner with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ordich and family, Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Russell and daughters were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Soren Thomsen Saturday evening to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stanley, Yucon, Okla. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Dick- inson and family, Seward, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Muller, Nelson, were hosts at an Easter dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Arden Russell and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Dickinson and family and Mrs. Harry Meyer. Mrs. Paul Dahl went to Grand Island last Monday and spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends. Tues- day Mrs. Behrends and Mrs. Dahl went to Lincoln. Mrs. Delbert Roper enter- tained Helping Hand Club at her home Wednesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Worm and Mike were in Has- tings Friday a~d had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Darling and Brent. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roper had Easter dinner in Salina with Mrs. Joyce Jones and Jennifer. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller and family attended a family din. net at Mr. and Mrs. Bob John- son's at Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Haney from Twin Fails, Ida., came and surprised Mrs. Letha Broyles and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bailey Sunday evening, and they are visiting a few days. Mrs. Letha Broyles, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bailey and Mrs. Revah Morris enjoyed an Easter dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morris' in Superior Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dove, Kent and Sheryl and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bailey had dinner Sunday with Mrs. Lethe Broyles. Mr. and Mrs. Al Jennings and Mrs. Dallas Diamond were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fowler, Pueblo, Colo., at supper in Mankato Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fowler and Mr. and Mrs. Al Jennings had dinner Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond. In the afternoon Mrs. Bernice Peele and Mrs. Dean Thorn- ton were callers. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lange had a belated birthday supper for Al Jennings, since he was I JEWELL ALUMNI BANQUET Jeweil Alumni Banquet will be held May 23, 1981, at 7-pJm, in the High School Oynmaslum. An Open House will be held for all alumai and friends at the school in the aftermm~ Banquet tickets this year are $5.50. They are available at James Clothing, Jeweil, or send your remittance with your name and class year to Carolyn Abram, R.R. 2, Jewell, KS 66949 not later than May 16, 1981. Due to postage Increase, your tickets will not be sent, but can be picked up at the door. If you do not plan to sit with your class, please designate so proper seating m'rmge- merits can be made. Please bring your own table service. UH Six-Month Share Certificate $I0,000 Minimum 13.90% Effective April 21 through April 27, 1981 i 2 Year Share Certificate m0 ~bimum i2.00% l~ective through AprU 27, 1981 If New 90 Day Share Certificate $2500 Minimum 9.00% Automatically rouewable at 9.00 pemmt ii Highlnterest-High in the hospital on his birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Al Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Simms and Andrea, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond, Greg Diamond and Zacheriah. Lisa Karmazine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kar- mazine, was a Thursday over- night guest of Dawn Russell, and Sandy Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith, was a guest of Kristin Russell. Easter dinner guests of Mr. andMrs. Paul Dahl and sons were Elmer Hague, Randall, and Mrs. Llllian Hague of Jewell. Mrs. Lillian Hague spent the night and Mrs. Paul Dahl took her to Hastings Monday to the optometrist. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Darling and Brunt, Hastings, Mark Worm, Joni Gates and Bryan Knoll were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ard Worm, Marsha and Mike. Zachariah Diamond, Belle ville, spent Thursday to Sun- day with Mr. end Mrs. Dallas Diamond while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Diamond, were in Kansas City on busi- ness. Mr. and Mrs. Al Jennings and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fowler had breakfast with Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond Thursday morning, prior to the Fowlers leaving for tlmir home at Pueblo, Colo. Mrs. Randall Cleveland, Mrs. Rick Cleveland, Crystal and Ashley were in Concordia Thursday on business. Mrs. Jeannie Thompsen, Superior, spent Sunday eve- ning visiting Mr. and Mrs. Randall Cleveland. Mrs. Harry Hall, Webber, called on Mrs. Al Jennings Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Esther Renz called on Mrs. Dallas Diamond Friday afternoon. Hillard Johnson, Courtland, Minn., called on Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond Saturday and Sunday afternoons. NOTICE The Jewell County Minis- ters and families will meet Friday, May 1, at 6:30 p.m. at the Burr Oak Nazarene Church for a covered dish supper and fellowship. All ministers and families are welcome. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Apr. 23,1981 Page 5 - Section 2 NOTICE There will be a Child Abuse~:~ and Neglect Workshop April 27, 1-4 p.m., at the Cloud County Community College, Concordia, Room 307. Thin is sponsored by SRS and CCCC. Mankato Livestock Commission Company This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co. Here are some sales for this week: Sows ................. from $33.90 to $37.40 Boars ......................... up to $31.80 34 Mixed pigs ............... by head $37.50 26 Mixed pigs_:.. ............ by head $33.00 78 Crossbred pig= ..... ~ ...... by head $45.00-_ 10 Cows and 10 Calves .......... pair $545.00 Baby calves ........... from $70.00 to $165.00 Mixed steers, wt. 373 ................. $84.50 Mixed heifers, wt. 210 ................ $77.00 Mixed steers, wt. 320 ................. $83.25 Mixed steers, wt. 300 ................. $82.00 Mixed heifers, wt. 315 ................ $73.75 Mixed heifers, wt. 610 ................ $62.80 Mixed heifers, wt. 505 ................ $65.50 Whiteface heifers, wt. 435 ............. $66.25 Mixed heifers, wt. 510 ................ $64.25 Mixed heifers, wt. 585 ................ $63.25 Whiteface steers, wt. 505 .............. $75.25 Mixed steers, wt. 830 ................. $64.50 Whitefade heifers, wt. 540 ............. $62.50 1 Holstein cow, wt. 1505 .............. $44.50 1 Holstein cow, wt. 1195 .............. $46.10 1 Black Whiteface cow, wt. 960 ........ $43.50 I Red cow, wt. 1220 .................. $43.25 1 Holstein cow, wt. 1125 .............. $45.50 1 Red cow, wt. 900 ................... $44.75 4 Mixed cows, wt. 930 ................ $44.90 2 Black cows, wt. 980 ................ $44.60 Mankato Livesto(k Commission Company Andy M(mtlgmnew, Owner Don Johnson, Yardman, 46~F87~3N4 913-794-2404 160 Acres of Jewell County Land Monday, May 4,1981 Sale Time: I1:OO AM, SALE LOCATION: M the farm. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Se~htmt Quarter of Section 20, Township 2 South, Range 10 west of the 6th P.M. (SW1A 20-2.10) ASCS MEASUREMENTS: 160 acres total: w acres cultivated, balance pasture and building site. Approximately (30) acres piantIKi to wheat and approximately (40) acres to alfalfa. TERMS: 25* down day of sale. Balance upon receipt of warranty deed and abstract showing marketable title. Real Estate win tell at 1:OO P.M. From the north edge of Esbon, Kansas: 3 miles west and 2Vs miles north; ar'tmm north edge of Lebanon: 3 miles east, oae north, eae east and ;tW north. Watch for signs. Real Estate TAXES: 1900 and all prior years paid by loller. :We1 and all su~t years will be sibllity of buyer. 1~0 tuxes $314.17. POSSESSION: Upon signing of sales agreement Buyer will racelve 100~ of ap- proximately (30) acres of growing wheat. ESCROW AGENT: Downs National llaldg, Downs, Kansas This farm has two open front cattle sheds, a 14' x 38' shop, other out buildings, good fence, plus pond and well water. MachUm 1979 . 6' x 16' W-W Stock.triller 1966 Massay "300" Combine, cab; blowar, 13 ft. 1967 - "1950 - T" Oliver Trlctor, cab, 23.1 x 30 fires 8 ft. dozer on above tract=r 1954 IHC 450 Diesel Tractor, hydraulic, 2 point hltch, gas start, good Co-op E-4 Tractor with F.10 Farmhand toedar with steel hay basket and manure fork. 1951 IHC 1V= ton Truck, 13~' bed and hoist, racks, good rubb~ 90 bushel Wetmore Grinder mixer with feed table 1972- "907" NeW Hoila~l self pt'olmlltd Swlthar Swathar Trailer Miller 16' offset disk 4 wheel Low Boy Triller d row AIIIs Planter, 3 pt. 12 ft. Brady Chisel Kent 22 ft. Hydra Cultivator 3 pt. Sprayer with 110 gel. pl~tk: tank, pump and booms Case field Cutter with piCKup head 8 - 16 M & M Grain Drill 3 - 14 Oliver Plow Pickup Stock Rack foe I/w bed Wheelers Sqtm)m Chuts, good Portable self creep fesdar (6N0 IbeX) 2- 100 gal. Pickup Fuel Tanks with pmnps 2 - 300 gal. Fuel Tanks and StancJ8 2 Wheel Big Bale Mover on hydraulic Portable Loading Chute 12'4" Auger and Electric Motor 55 c.c. Yamaha Motorcycle Terms on porlm~l ~: CAIdt .':: .'?.'.r~ ...... ....... until I,,,~_:: Z tt~e Model A, chassis and meter, fenders, radiator, fire wRil, with title @uns Savage, model 567, 12 gauge, 3~' mug., pump shoigun. J. C. Hlggins, model 20, 12 gauge, 2=A" pump shotgun with variable chokes. Miscellaneous ! ff x 16' weed hog shed, 55 bu. hog feeder, 40 ~ hog feeder, 4 metal portable corral pane~, i'~ r building on skids, big round bale feeder, Ik:~ tank, 8' stock tank, 3 hug watering tankJN I~ steel hog INmals, combine bln, steal farrowl~ crate, mlnlat"~ windmill, new roll of beri~ wire, C.B base antenna, cement mixer an wheel triller, several short te~ pekin, i~ wheel pickup bed trailer, used tin, of used lumber, bench grinder, batts~ charger, air bubble, pickup tool IN~ wlmelbacrow, ~" drill and bits, I~rrel pt,,,,~ timing light, ~" socket set, 100 lb. bottle, 60 drawer organizer cablmfl, ~ rml~ SlOglar coal oil heating stove, iron bed, ctw1~ rims, press beck choir, kitchen Cabinet Greet Western wood heating stove, ~ stand~ shovels, ~, hydraulic lack, 120 IbI. alfal~ seed, new free standing fireplace, 4 bur saddle stand. All statements or reprmmfltaflons believed to be correct, however, the makes no warranties either expre~ed or plied. Announcements day of sale shall precedence ove written matter. N*t mmm.~ ] Lundt will be served in c_~_ of z__-__-;~_~== 15.00 Minimum 5.50 SELLER J.J. J ones All-Risk Federal Crop Insurance. In good guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill . Aucti o T ry Z i Years and bad. itpayso,. Andrews and Bllly for a picnic Day-in, day-out interest-- No Withdrawal Penalty neer: er mmer ,,o, "=,,,% in their garage were Mr. and - ~~~.~'- Mrs. Vernon Mohler, Mr. and ~ ' Uolnlld Ital lltoll Io .k~non . All-Risk ~, Mrs. Jim Bauer, Troy and ~D 913 454 6694 Tammy, Mr. and" Mrs. Lyle owns, Kansas Federal Crop Insurance Trautman, Trenton and Levi, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moh- Each member account Insured to $1ee,0~ by~NCUA. ASSISTING AUCTIONEERS YOURSELF CHINCH BUGS ler, Tabitha and Billy Joe. Mr. Certificates are subject to penalty for early withdrawal. George Dunta Oele Item~ : CMck CNId~ and Keith Smith Center . IL l. Ilreber 9~3.JS~lJ97s and Mrs.