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o AGE 8B Mrs. Forrest Howard m Margaret Frasier of Jew- was a Sunday and Mon- ey vizltor in the Richard ~rasier home. Mr. Mrs. Emerald Ost h.mily of Franklin, ebr lVir. and Mrs. Gary m Lrman and Pamela, Mr. d Mrs. Earl Garman and ohnny, Henry Garman and at.hy Johnson were guests a cooperative dinner at the Lee Garman home Sun- day evening in honor of Car- la's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tat- um of Barnard, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tatum and family of Concordia, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Waddell and family of Beloit were Sunday dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Les- ter Bausch and Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Culp of Lakin, Kans were Satur- day afternoon and overnight guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oliver and girls. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moon, Jr and Vicky, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson and Mrs. Gary Helvey and girls Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Der- ald Decker, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Paul and Mrs. Lillie Moon were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Ollie Moon in honor of Mrs. Moon's birthday. Mr. and Mrs, James Mc- Cormick attended a post- masters' meeting at a James- town c lfe on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. French of Jamestown were hosts. Sewell County m iI : t,- t / [ all the great !IIIDSEY/FUHK'S-6 for grain silage summer pasture green chop u~ -O, Mrs. Irvin Ross of Scotts- ville. Mr. and Mrs. John Dia- mond of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Ercil Burgess of Super- ior, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mc- Donnel and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ben- neLt attended a Coin Show Sunday morning at Superior. Lyle and Merle Burkhold- er of Denver, Colo came Sunday to spend a few days with their mother. Mrs. Vida Bc.rkholder. who has been on ,h,e sick llst for some time Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Blew attended the 50th wed- I LINDSEY - FUNK MILOS 555 New 12-18" shorter 744 - Early to medium 755 - Medium 788- Full Season Pasture, Green Chop, Baled Hybrid Sudan 77F SILAGE 101F SEED CORN G-144 New G-4680 G-711 AA ORDER EARLY TO GET NUMBERS WANTED MANKATO FEED AND SEED Mr. and Mrs. George Pix- diag anniversary of Mr. and ler started for their home in Carlsbad, N. M on Tuesday morning after visiting rela- tives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Ost Diane and LaVon, and Mrs. Ada Stanton were Wednes- day evening dinner guests of Mrs. Florence Pixler at the Buffalo Roam Steak House in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell attended the funeral services for Ward Ozmun at Man- kato on Sunday afternoon. Later in the afternoon they ed S called at the Roy Powell home in Mankato. Mrs. Philip Underwood spent Friday at the James Calder home in Hardy, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fear- mg were dinner guests Sun- day of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Richardson at the Buffalo Roam Steak House in Man- kato. Mrs, Jim Wears, Mrs. Opal Tromble and Mrs. Carold Van Schoiaek went to Grand Island on Sunday afternoon where they called on Mr. Wears and Mr. Gene Ben- nett at the Veterans' Hos- pital. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mc- Clintock of Simpson were Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. Ona Williamson. Mrs. Dan Franco and Cin- dy of Meade, Kans spent the past week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillett and Larry Mrs. Gillett and Larry took them to Lyons, Kans Monday to take the bus home to Meade. Sunday afternoon callers at the Howard Shott home were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Prather of Randall, Mr. and AS OF APRIL 5, 1966 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Fm niture and Fixtures Other Real Estate Owned Federal Reserve Bank Stock U. S. Bonds $341,599.47 Bonds and Securities 24,500.00 Cash & Sight Exchange 561,227.19 $1,111,806.02 11,638.89 3,963.91 3,000.00 Total Reserve $927,326.66 927,326.66 Total Resources $2,057,735.48 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits Deposits $ 50.000.00 50,000.00 91,801.75 1,865,933.73 $2,057,735.48 TOTAL LIABILITIES Mrs. Joe Bloomer at Smith Center on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jim Rehmert and Jon of Mankato and Mrs. Forrest Howard and Denise were Tb ursday luncheOn guests of Mrs. A1 Stroh and Lindsay at Downs. David Peterson and Rich- ard Brook of Manhattan, Mr. ar:d Mrs. Steve Cosand and Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cosand and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cosand. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wit- son were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mc- Keown and family of near Supermr were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray. Mr. and Mrs. W. G, Deck- er were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Yocks at Osborne. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and Cindy were Sunday af- ternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korb and at the Cecil Korb home. Cecil is improving nicely from his recent operation. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Eng- land spent from Thursday until Sunday at the Lloyd Beecher home in Belleville. Mrs. Richard Swartzen- druber and George of Hess- ton, Kans spent from Tues- day until Sunday in the home of Mrs. Marie Everson I"oliff and Lynn. Mr. Swartz- endruber came after them and was a Saturday over- night and Sunday guest in the Everson home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Sunday afternoon call- ers on Mrs. Daisy Brandon and Bud Sloan at Jewell. Mrs. Jim Fogo returned home Friday from the Red Cloud hospital where she imd spent a few days. Mr. and Mrs, Forest Fost- er were dinner guests Sun- day of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foster and girls at Phillips- burg. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Alex- ander and girls are moving to a farm they recently pur- chased 5 miles southwest of Esbon. The Alexanders have been living on a farm near Downs. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ben- nett attended the funeral services for Ward Ozmun at Mankato on Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas of Lebanon were Tuesday visitors in the home of Mrs. May Boitnott. Barry Korb of Superior was a Sunday dinner guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and Cindy. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Sunday evening visit- ors at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jeffery and family. Mrs. Margaret Frasier of Jewell and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frasier and family were Sunday supper guests at the R. L. Frasier home in Superior. Mrs. LaVern Moore of Cawker and Cindy and Susie Garman were Tuesday even- ing visitors in the Earl Gar- nt Mankato, Kansas man home. Vern Moore at- tended a special meeting at Zetta's Cafe. Mrs. J. E. Moon, Sr is now enjoying a new color TV. Mrs. Richard Swartzen- druber and George were Friday overnight guests of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pixler. Mrs. Ella Patterson of Courtland was a Sunday vis- itor of Mrs, Edith Clark at the Carold Van Schoiack home. Congratulations are in or- der for Mr. and Mrs, Philip Underwood, who will cele- brate their 40th wedding an- niversary on Sunday, May 1. Mrs. Carold Van Schoiack received word of the death of her brother-in-law, Frank H. Goddard, in Whittaker, Calif. His funeral was held Monday at Brookfield, Mo. Howard and Oscar Rhoe spent the past week in Shid- ler, Okla visiting Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Darbe and fam- ily. On the' way home they visited Mr. and Mrs. George Spangler and Linda at Pea- body, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swartzendruber and Georgc of Hesston, Kans and Mr and Mrs. Clarence Pixle were Sunday dinner guest, of Mrs. Marie Everson am boys. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beech er of Belleville and Mr. ant Mrs. Perry England were Sunday afternoon callers or Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender Mr. Bender returned home this week from the Belofl hospital. Mrs. Roy Brandon and Mrs. Reeve Hawkins accom- panied Mrs. Joy Michael t( Hastings on Friday. Gary Garman and Earl Garman accompanied E:uer- aid Ost by plane to Grea Bend, Kans on Sunday af- ternoon where they attended a machine show. Cheryl Decker spent the weekend in the Gene Whis- ler home at Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oli- ver and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oliver a .d family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fullerton druber and George. M:fs. Dan Franco and Cin- dy Meade, Mrs. Douglas Gillett and Mrs. Madeline Miller were callers the pas.t week in the Riley Richard- son home. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Un- derwood visited her aunt, Mrs. Frances Hemphill, at the rest home m Belleville on Sunday afternoon. They were supper guests in the Dwight Underwood home. Mrs. Marshall Bishop and Mrs. Merle Semke were call- ers Thursday on Mrs. Edith Clark at the Carold Van Schoiack home. Mrs. Clyde Korb and Cin- dy were Friday afternoon callers on Mrs. Ona William- son. Mrs. Dan Franco and Cin- dy of Meade, Mrs. Douglas Gillett and Larry Gillett took Mr. A. T. Thompson to Beloit on Tuesday morning where he took a bus to his home in Junction City, Kans. In the afternoon they visit- ed Mrs. Jessie Abel at the rest home in Concordia. Mrs. Jean Fearing and Mrs. Homer L. Grubbs were Wednesday afternoon shop- pers in Superior. Mrs. Nettle Johnson and Mrs. Gene Johnson visited Mrs. Mollie Davis at the Belleville hospital on Friday. Mrs. Davis was moved to] the Good Samaritan Rest] Home in Superior on Mon-" day of this week. Mrs. Clark Calahan and Mrs. Roy Brandon were call- ers the past week at the Mack Harris home. Mrs. Elmer Alexander has been ill the past week with neuritis. Callers have be?n: Mrs. Dan Franco and Ci dy of Meade, Mrs. Douglas Gil- lett, Mrs. Forest Foster. Mrs. Delbert Underwqed. Mrs. Ray Smith, Rev. and rats. G. R. Alsobrooks and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modlin. Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Un- derwood and boys were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Damon and family at Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Grubbs attended the horse races at Fonner Park in Grand Island, Nebr on Sat- urday. Several ladies from Man- kato attended the final study class entitled "Missions- The Christian's Calling" at the Methodist Church on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Sh=ef- fer of Norfolk. ana Mrs. Effie Burgess and Mrs Stella Waugh of Superio were Sunday afternoon cail- ?rs on Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Harris and Shelley. Chuck Johnson and class- hate, Art Peach. of Manhat- :an spent the weekend in the 3ene Johncon home. Mrs. Nettle Johnsen and Bob Walter of Red Cloud were dinner guests on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley lchnson and I(athy, Mrs. ~'ale Tegley and Linda Lew- ~s attended the State Music Festival in Salina, Saturday, where the girls both sang ;o!os. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bow- man and family of Lebanon and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz and family were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Pangborn of Mankato, Mrs. Ethel Modlin of Scandia and Mr. and Mrs. Don Modlir and family were callers the past week at the Cecil Mod- lin home. moso were Sunday dab:e guests of Mr. and Mrs. El- mer Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Alexander and girls of Cawker. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Alexander and boys of Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby and Earlene of Esbon were afternoon cof- fee guests in honor of the Dempseys' 20th wedding an- niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Walden of Ruskin, Nebr were Sun- day dinner guests of Mrs. Lulu Walden, Mrs. Lester Suchsland re- turned home from the Sup- erior hospital on Wednes- day. Callers have been Mrs. Jack Burger, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers, Mrs. Encille Lewis and family, David Peterson, Mrs. James Mc- Cormick. Mr. and Mrs. John Diamond of Mankato. Mrs. Jean Fearing,-and Mrs. Luth- er Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sloan and Neva, Mrs. John Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Damon and family of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Win. E. Lagergren of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Underwood and Mr. and Mrs. Herbie Doud and Eldon brought supper to the Delbert Underwood home on Tuesday, April 19. to remind them of their 25th wedding anniversary. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Deck- er were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garman and Carla in honor on Carla's birthday. Mrs. Harry Sutliff Mr. Irwin Terrill of Ka- hoka, Mo Mr. Bob Terrill of Rossville, Kansas spent the weekend with their sis- er. Mrs. Eva Wilson and mother, Mrs. Ethel Terrill, of Jewell City, They called on their uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mizner, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Terrill Satur- day p. m. Mr. Smuck of Guide Rock papered for Mrs. Grace Ha- worth Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen returned home from the hospital Friday a. m. Mrs. Moore of Montrose went to Concordia for them. Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Montrose, Mrs. Bob Me- Mains called on Mr. & Mrs. A!len Sunday p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Payne of Fort Collins, Colo Mr. & Mrs. Everett Terrill were dniner guests at the Sutliff home Monday evening. l'hey all called on Mrs Eva Wilson and Mrs. Ethel Ter- rill in Jewell Monday a. m. the Paynes left Tuesday a. m. for Alva, Oklahoma to visit at the home of their ssiter, Mr. and Mrs. Brab Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Obert called on Mr. and Mrs. Grov- er Mizner Sunday p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jef- fery and Todd called at the Gerald Boyles home Sunday p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Ter- rill were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Terrill and children Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Payne of Fort Collins, Colo Mr. and Mrs. Everett Terrill called on Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Me- Nichols Monday. FROM THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY WEED SUPERVISOR Custom Spray Outfits Must Be Registered ate offense. Application forms secured from the pivision, State Bao rdo ficulture, State Office trig, Topeka, Kansas. FFA News : Jerry Grout was Star Chapter Farmec annual FFA banquet Friday. The FFA boys received awards at the quet were: Gall Crop Farming Award Livestock Farming James Freeman, Farm , trification Award; Bird, Farm Mechanics ward; Doug Page, Hand Award; Jerry so received the Soil and ter Management Other people at the who got awards were Dean and Mr. Marr. men are our Honorary mers this year. There one other plaque ing the banquet. It en to Mr. Roberson FFA boys to show preciation for his our chapter. The program for the quet consisted of well giving the his father, Lyle, response. Eddie Wilson Invocation. After the James Freeman speech on what the boys did in shop the year. Keith Gaman speech about what the! cers did at summer Max Freeman talked the FFA activities past year. Then Mr. son handed out the mentioped above. The quet was over after berson handed out Mr. & Mrs. Warren of Lincoln, Nebraska the weekend of A with Mrs. W. G. Mrs. Frank W. Boyd. Lucy Wiley, Jennie Beulah Heisz, Mr. O. K. Fearing, Mr. .loe LeBow, Helen and Rev. & Mrs. Dean attended District at Concordia Sunday noon. Spraying time is here and all custom sprayer outfits, ground or aerial, should he registered with the Weed Division of the Kansas State Board of Agriculture. This includes all custom equip- ment dispersing herbicides insecticides, or fun on vegetation, land or! live:i stock. Upon application ti the State Board of ure for' registration each owner shall deliver a bond of $2000 for the first disper- sing unit and $1000 for each additional unit and a regis- tration fee of $10 shall be paid for each piece of equipment. This law does do apply to any person using his own, or leased spray equipment, on land owned or operated by him nor does it apply when he does spraying for his neighbor in exchange for work. Neither does this act apply to city, county or state operated spray units. Failure to secure registra- SYNDICATE IM:'AMERICA, for a pros~ ~UR or clip this complete at tisement and mail it to INVESTORS man. tion shall be considered a ALBERT misdeameanor and if viola- tor is convicted, shall be 214 N. Walnut, fined not less than $100 or representing more than $500. Each day of operation without registra- tion shall constitute a separ- ] D v .as ' ga The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO INLAND AUTOMATIC BALE STOOKER Can be attached to any baler having or 16x18 bale chamber. OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY ESTABLIsHED 1883 Member Kansas Development' redit Corp. HORN AND FACE FLY CONTROL FOOT ROT& LUMPY JAW CONTROL VITAMINS TRACE MINERALS LOW LEVEL INTERNAL PARASITE CONTROL HERE'S WHAT IT CAN DO FOR Saves time and labor. Speeds up you hay operation. Lets you bale greener hay. Protects the quality of your feed. MAKES BALING & STOOKING A MAN OPERATION The Inland automatic bale stooker bales easily and stooks them automt in v ntitated s ks and can be h!