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April 27, 1967     Jewell County Record
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PAGE fill JEWELL COUNTY RECORD MANKATO KANSAS THURSDAY, APRIL 27, Waunita Weir Mrs. Argie Appleby enter- tained witn a coffee Friday morning for Mrs. Linda Stran ad, a new-co nor to the neigh borhood. Tho:+e present besides the honer g.mst were: Mrs. Carlene Hurtig, Mrs. Eileen Erlckson of Courtland, Mrs. Audrey Diamond of Webber, Mrs. Kathy Clark, Mrs. Luella Snyder, Mrs. June Haskins, Mrs. Ttdol Peters, and Mrs. Nancy Sp!egcl. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. tlarper of Hastings, Nebr. spent Wed nesday visiting his children, Pamela, Donnie and David Harper. Mrs, Laura Spiegel spent most of last week visiting at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs, Dale Spiegel and children of Emporia. Miss Barbara Ann Baleh el Concordia spent the weekend at the home of her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Belch, arid on Saturday evening at tended the wedding of a high school classmate, Sandy .tied strom, at Norway. Mr. Ralph Johnson of For moso, Mr. Ray Clawson of Randall and Mr. I,eo Obert of Esbon drove to ttutchinson on Wednesday to hear the speech of Orville Freeman, U. S. See rotary of Agriculture. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias were Friday evening visitors of Mrs. Vernie Emigh. Mr. and Mrs. Banks Field apent the weekend visiting at the home of their son. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Field at Riley. Mrs. Ethel Clark was a sup per guest Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Page and family. Later they all attended the grade school operetta at Montrose. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Balch have received word that their grandson, Robert Balch, nf Woodward, Okla. had re-enter- ed the hospital at Oklahoma City for further treatment of ........... ~ in 1 noon April 29 at 3:30 "Ben- an injureo nip. t~ooer~ w,a,! ' ' " i,,.oa ..,~r ~ vent a~n while lJamin in the Woods" by Elea- dil.tl,.,.,.,l ,re, v,,.++. ~ +r ..... ~ ....... 1, , ,, ' " ' h nor ClymerFhp by Wesley parttclpatmg in sports at t ~urtland High School, and Dennis, and "Old RoMe, the underwent surgery and was lguest as they entered with a! placed in a cast. After it was I colorful book mark. Mrs. Bey- removed recently, other corn I erly James, president of tire plications set in, and it was[library board, was in charge necessary fur him to return lof the program. Sir(, opened to the hospital for further|the program by extending a treatment and again placed inl welcome to the guests. She a cast. He is now at home then explained the purpose of again with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Balch, at Route 3, Box 35, Woodward, Olda, and would enjoy hearing' from his many friends in tile Courtland and Formoso area. Mrs. Vernie Emigh returned home Tuesday after spending +everal days at the home el her daughter, Mr. and Mrs, t'lu(I McGearv ;-113(t daughters, fat Wichita. While there, Mrs. Emigh and the McGearys were :supper guests on Monday of Mr. and Mrs. I,. C. Haughn at Leon, Kans. which is about 35 :niles front Wi(rhita. Mr'. tlaughn is a teacher in the Ix, on ttigh Scltonl. Mr'. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson drove to Salina on Sunday and were guests at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson and son, Deron. They helped l)eron celebrate his 1st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald James have bought the Mainliner Cafe from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Churchhill lo- cated at the west edge of Be Ioit. Mr. James has resigned his position from the Farmers Union Grain and Supply Co. at Courtland and will take charge of the cafe the first of the month. Mrs. James has an- nounced her resignation as kindergarten teacher in the Formoso school. She and the children. Jeri, Jeff and Joni, will remain here until school is out. Mr. and Mrs. Church- hill will continue to operate the motel, adjoining the cafe. The James family have been residents nf this community for four years, and we wish them success in their new bus- iness. The Formoso Community Li hrary Children's Story i-lour will be held Saturday after- National l,il)rary Wet,I;. Mrs. James, outgoing president, in- troduced the following new of fleers: Ruth Berneking, presi dent; secretary, Mrs. Pearl Itettinger; treasurer, Mrs. Ru by Stafford; and reporter, Mrs. Connie I)unstan. Mrs. Cleo Blending, vice president..was not in attendance. An appro (:lotion gift was I)resented to the librarians who had donated their services the past year. I Special guest, Mrs. Louis St(if- er of Belleville. gave a hook review,, which was enjoyed \'cry Intlch. Silo also was given 'a gift in appreciation for her contribution to the program. Refreshments of punch and homemade cookies served from a table centered with a large bouquet of spring flowers were served to the 37 guests. Other flora/ ar/'angements were p]ac ed about the room. Out of town guests were Mrs. C. 1,. Churchhill and Mrs. Harold Boeltohoy of Beloit, Mrs. Stel la Cunningham of Webber and Mrs. Ella Patterson of Court land. Mr. and Mrs. Dehner Rom jue and daughters of Kearney, Nebr. were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Per- cy Jepson. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hettin- ger of Pratt spent Friday and Saturday at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hettinger. His sister, Mrs. Pearl Wright of Omaha, who had spent the past two weeks 'visiting the Heltingers in Pratt, i aecompanied them, and spent a few days with her other brother, and Mrs. Hettinger, , before returning to her home. Mr. Arden Clegg of Mankato has been shingling and doing other repair work at the Percy i Jepson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Higl)ee and Mrs. Martha ttuber spent Thursday at the Dale Ross home in Concordia. has been under the doctor's care since. In February he _ _t I I I I I A 7:ill i I llllli Thursday PAN FRIED CHICKEN '< Special JllNll I ":- NI nilli~ iil i/iliiii ROAM HOUSE Ill I I I y I ttorse Nobody Understood" by [Allian Moore will be read. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Payne and the Helping Hand Club recent- ly donated books which were appreciated. Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins were Mr. and Mrs. Glee Hock- elt of Randall and Mr. and Mrs. Wybern Berneking and family. Opera house was held Wed- nesda$, afternoon at the Com- munity Library in observance of National Library Week. Mrs. Martha Studer was in charge of the guest book, and Joni James presented each Members of the Mystic Cir- cle Club entertained their bus bands with a dinner Saturday evening at the Dinner Bell restaurant in Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green have moved here from Pueblo, Colo. and are living in the Mrs. M. J. Peters' house. Mrs. l)on tlowhmd, worthy matron of the Formosa Chap- ter Eastern Star, attended the Grand Chapter meeting in To- peka on Tuesday and Wednes day. Mrs. Mayme Butler ac- companied her and visited at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Butler and children. Mrs. Howland also visited her I III It's known that, 7t takes money, to make money." Our Yank Business Loans are tailored to meet your needs. rl4vORtl The I in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.DJ.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 I I II daughter, Breta Jean Young, at the K. N. Institute, and her aunt, Mrs. Will Mallory. En- route home they stopped at Washington and called on Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson and Mr. Cornelius Kraemer at a nursing honK'. MI'S. l':ltlilla ,loerg entertain- ed the Tuesday Ten Club at her home Tries(lay afternoon with 9 inelnbers present. Roll call was ansi\trod Ily a joke or newspaper clipping. Mrs. Ruby tafford won tire hostess pack- ego and Mrs. Luella Snyder recie~od a I)irth(tay package froni her Iteart Sister. The hosless serve(t :-i Ilico lunc'h. Mason Joerg of Manhattan spent from Thut'sday until Sat- urday at the home of his me- thor, Mi'>~. Eretria Joerg. Sat urday morning they called on J, B. ,hlorg at tile Good Sa maritan Nursing Itome in Su- )crier. "rite Anierican Legion Auxil- iary reel Fri(lay at the Legion ttall with Mrs. Maude Itow- ialId and Mrs. Bertha Kingsley as hostesses. The regular busi- Iless scs~don was conducted, followed by a nice lunch served by Mrs. Ilowiand aq/d other members who assisted her in the absence of lVlrs. Kingsley. Mrs. Dewey Beaushaw and snn, I4mn, of Hutchinson spent Ill(" weekend with her mother, Mrs. Alto Rathhun. ]let" dough ter, Julie Ann, spent'the time with relatives in Jamestown. Mr. and Mrs. Max Marble of Wichita were weekend guests of his father, Tim Marble, and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kingsley, Mrs. Edna Ruth Clark en- tertained the Mvstie Circle Club at her horrie Thursday afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially and a nice lunch wan served by the hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ,Ioerg nf Randall were callers at the Emma Joerg home on Thursday evening and to visit with Mason Joerg of Manhat- tan. Mr. and Mrs. tiarry Higbee were in Superior on Saturday and called on former Formoso residents at the Good Samari- tan Nursing Home. This area received a small amount of moisture on Sunday in the form of rain, snow and sleet, followed that night by a very heavy frost. Miss Ruth Logan of Concor- dia spent Wednesday visiting her mother, Mrs. W. F. Logan, and other relatives. On April 15 Ivan Boyer had his 2nd birlhday, fie is lhe son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boyer and has two sisters, Pamela and Tina. Cake and 7-Up were served. On April 21, Tina Le- ann Boyer who was one year old had a birthday party, The guests were her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Michael Boyer, Ivan and Pamela, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and Joe and Jim Smith. Cake and coffee were served. On April 23, a dinner for Pamela, 4, Ivan, 2, and Tina, 1, was held in honor of the Boyer children, whose birthdays are all in April. Mrs. Melvin Boyer served the din- ner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boyer and children, Melvin Boyer, Mrs. Melvin Boyer, Kelvin Boyer and Lu- ann Nelson. PUTS THE + IN Ask us about fhe perform- ance of NC Plus 305F and 671 Sorghum. HARRY HANSON M A N KATO TED THUMMEL ESBON MELVIN DAHL FORMOSO FARMERS UNION CO-OP ELEVATOR RANDALL Athena Jr, Club Athena Jr. Club met April 13th at the home of Helen Howland. Devotions were given by Barbara Thomas. Roll call was answered by the most en- joyable book I have read re cently. We had as our guest speaker for the evening Mrs. Richard Spiegel, who talked on "The Citizen and Civil De lense and Emergency First Aid". Other guests were Mrs. Marvin Nelson, Mrs. Eugene Clark. and Mrs. Jolm Johnson. The community project for the year in a flower box in front of the Community Library. Mrs. Helen Howland and Mrs. Nancy Higbee, committee in charge, wish to thank the Roy Keelers for the donation of the metal box which the girls now have filled with flowers and have in front of the library. Mrs. Beverly James, Helen Howland. Barbara Thomas and Nancy Higbee gave a report on their trip to the State Con- vention to Topeka April 5th. They had an enjoyable as well as a profitable time. A de- licious lunch was served by hostesses Mrs. Nancy Higbee and Helen Howland. --Reporter. Mrs. Harry Sutllff Mrs. Eleanor O'Neal return- ed home Thursday after spend- ing the winter with her daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nay- lor, of Chanute, and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Karl York, of Winterset, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. York went to Gaylord to visit relatives over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. York brought Mrs. O'Neal home. Mrs. Moore of Montrose, and Mrs. Arthur Alien of Balskon, Me. called at the Sutliff home Saturday afternoon. Miss Goldia Hutchison of Pa- onto, Colo. and Minnie Sutliff were dinner guests of Mrs. Helen McNichols Saturday ev- ening at Michael's Care. Mrs. Marie McMains and and Mrs. Arthur Allen of Balckon, Me. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore of Montrose Saturday at Michael's Care. Callers on Mrs. Grace Ha- worth and Madeline Miller the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Riley Richardson, Mrs. Earl Moore of Montrose, Mrs. Ar- thur Allen of Balckon, Me. and Miss Goldia Hutchison of Pa- onia, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Me- Nichols and family spent the weekend in Salina at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Brown and attended the track meet and also visited the home and exhibit of Dwight D. Eisen- hewer. Mrs. Helen McNichols and Merrill were dinner guests of Minnie Sutliff Monday. III Mrs. C. Summers Lieut. and Mrs. John Spl'il/~, er, who have been stationed at Anniston, Ala., visited her I)arents, Mr. and Mrs. Italy lliond Leeee, alKl l~t,i'il~n'(i Friday and Saturday. q_'tiey are being transferred to ~iii Army Basc in Pueblo, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Paul l~,athl)ti : were Wednesday dinner gues{,s of Mr. arid Mrs. Ollie Crispi.i. Callers Sunday p. m. on Tom MeKeown were Mr, and Mrs. Don Barien. Mrs. Ella Summers spent Saturday and Saturday nigiit at