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MAY 4, 1967 JEW"ELL COUNTY MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B Waunita Weir Buddy A. Bowles of was a Tuesday over- of Mrs. Isis Bowles md house guests Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I of Atwood. Will Mallory of Topeka ~rs. Clara Sandell of a were recent visitors and Mrs. 11ugo Soder and Mrs. Don How- nd Jennifer. Arlo Woodcock of Lynn Ill. visited relatives here Saturday af- Mrs. Max Lovewell ()t' l,eb'.lnon were evening visitors of Mr. lrs. tterl)ert Ross and afternoon visitors of Mrs. Roy Keeler were Mrs. John Bonecutter Center', Mrs. Gordon of Mankatc) and Mr. Nelson Keeler, dulie elf. Callers during the Mrs. Lulu dacobs Cole of Montrose Atta Rathbun. and Mrs. Fhner Chadd at their home nd on Thursday ev- members of the Help- Club and their fam- observance of their anniversary. The was spent playing refreshments were Mrs. Virgil Sidders Kans. were week- of her parents, Mr. lrs. Herbert Ross and Barbara and Laura. Rafferty of Man- a Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Milton of Courtland were Sun- guests. Isis Bowles entertained Sixteen Pinoehle Club home Friday evening. Dlayers were Mr. and Miller and Mr. Tom The hostess served Gladys Kemp of Gar- Kans. was a house the weekend at the her brother, Mr. and Johnson. and Mrs. Bill Green ~tur, ky evening visitors and Mrs. Howard Pat- Carlene Hurtig of and Mrs. Linda were Saturday morning guests of Mrs. Ar~ie and Mrs. Frank Hurd, Mrs. Allen Hurd, Carl of ltastings, Nebr. Tom McKeown of were dinner guests of Mrs. Don Hurd, Bec- Mike and Mark L and Mrs. Aaron Carlson were Friday af- visitors of Mr. and Florell. Sunday af- callers were Mr. and Florell of Seandia. Mrs. Chas. Gibson of (~enter and Mr. and Mrs. Berneking and family guests Sunday of Mrs. B. A. Field. and Mrs. Dennis Apple- ˘1 baby of Wichita were guests of his parents, Mrs. Howard Appleby. the group, including Mrs. Bert Diamond AMAZING NEW .~tandard MAKES OTHER 0LD-FASHIONED' IJ.s. Patent Pending i FIRST SELF-CHARGING WHOLE-HOUSE 0NDITIONING SYSTEM) faster! heated less to Iml install!. uts down on calls! Nith furnace! ff~ EXCLUSIVE tim DEALF leer lnform~iom Rite esUmm, Air Conditioner et our Store, and family of Webber, were dinner g+uest~s of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Erickson and family of Courthmd. The Formoso Community Li- brary Children's Stnry Hour will be held Saturday after- noon, May 6. at 3:30 1).m. "What's A Ghost Going to Do" by ,Jane Thayer. '"rhe Cat in the Hat" by I)r. Suess, and "I)0 You Know What I'm (;o ing to Do" by tlelen Pahner will be read. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cunningham, Mrs. L,eonll Fleming and Life Athena Club gave books to the library tile past month. They were alJpre elated. Mrs. Maud Sears returned home Saturday from the hos fiLM in Coneordia where sift, had spent several days under- going tests. Mrs. Chlra Breckeneatnl) en tertained the U and 1 Cluh at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Miller was a gut,st.. The time was spent at cards, and the hostess served a nice lunch. Clark lh)wland is a I)alient in the St. Joseph's llost)ital in Coneordia for x rays and l.('sls Mr. and Mrs. Walter ltoeker and Cynthia of O'Falhm. Me. were last weekend guests of her t)arents, Mr. and Mrs. An drew Stafford, and his purents, Mr. and Mrs. l+eonard Ericl˘ son of Courtland. The Athletic Banquet held at the auditorium Friday even- :ing drew a large erow(I an(t all enjoyed the supper, Mrs. Ella Page, Mistress i)l' Cere monies, presented the awards to the students. Mr. Jim An derson, coach at the Courtland High School was guest speak- er. Mrs. Irene Park gave a good reading and Rev. l'aul Temple gave the Invocation and Benediction. Mr. and Mrs. Will Waggoner of Fairbury, Nebr. will observe their 60th Wedding Anniversary l,egion thdl. Mrs. EdnaI Hughes and Mrs. Pearl Hettin- ger were in charge of the pro- gram, which was a hobby show. Each meml)er brought a guest and each brought solnelhing from ]l(,r hobby eel Iqction and told about it. Re- fresllmelH.s were served 1)3' Fhn'ence Nelson, Gladys ltig- bee. Irene l'ark and Margaret Gcrtson. Mrs. Cleo Blanding enter- tained the llal)py tlour Club ;,t her honl(! Thursday after noon, The ladies enjoyed a trice [)l'Ogl';lln ;lll(l lunch W~lS Sel'vcd l)y the hostess. Mrs. I,:nnna ,h)erg r[,eeive(I word one day last week of the '(te;,th of her hail'sister, Mrs. Goldie Whitmore. Memorial services were held Friday at I~uelltorl, Calif. Mrs. Whitmore, lilt' I'ol'lllel+ (;oldie Gerlson, wits a 1925 graduate of the l,'ormoso lligh School. Kansas relatives attending the ser- Vit't's ;11, Balhwd, Calif. were Mr. and Mrs. Emery Gertson of Atwoo(t, Mr. Masml Jot'rg of Manhattan and Mrs. Emtna ,l()erg o[ I,'ol'lnoso. A large crowd of relatives ;lnd frietl(ls I'rnln l"ormoso at- tended the 50th Wedding Anni- Vt'l'S;IFy ()f Mr. an(t Mrs. ,lohn Magnusson on Sunduy at their In)me in SUl)('rior, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Elven Leeee ,)f l.ov('well and Mrs. Harry tligbee of Formosa attended a postnmsler's meeting and dinner Wednesday evening at the l~nffa]o R()am Steak llouse at Mankutf). Mr. and Mrs. ,John l,'uller of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. l]ar]'y lligbee were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. lh)ward Appleby. The " Formosa kindergarten elass Of the l~'ormoso school will present a musical playlet, "Goldih)ek's Adventures", on Tuesday evening, May 9, at tile school auditorium at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Wilbur abort To sill hy silence when we should protest makes cowards of men. The human race has climbed by protest had no voice been raised again. In- justice, ignorance and best, the inquisition yet would serve tim law, and guillotines decide our least disl)utes. The few who dare must speak and speak again to right Life wrongs (7t' many. (Copied) --By Ella Wheeler Wilcox. It seems we're inclined to let things pass as they happen and not do anything to right a wrong nr stop injustice. This poem yellowed with age made me stop again and take a self inventory. It seems so many tifnes we're too unconcerned about fellowman's plight to give a hand its we naight be come involved. The E.U.B. ladies had their usual lovely banquet and pro-' gram Wednesday evening and all the mothers and daughters enjoyed it. Dabble Clark went to Has- tings Friday for a check-up and she is doing fine though she FREEllll at their home on May 5. Open C E N T E R 'house will be held in the after- ['o all hearing aid users--you're cordially invited to attend • o~˘.dr) noon. Mr. Waggoner was a I q?etqal service consultation on hearing aids. Sponsored by BELTONP rural mail carrier and they ~EARING AID SERVICE--KANSAS' Largest and Most Dependabl~ ~earing Aid Organization. If you now wear a hearing aid, or if you suffe~ were residents of Formoso for[tom a hearing problem, have your instrument checked or have an audio many years, nettle hearing analysis by a qualified consultant without cost or obligation. Miss Florence Nelson (,nit, r- e,.,ea.oo++ete++eeaeo,oaeo****e***a,eo****oooee*eao*o**oe tained the Hawthorne Club on ] :" See a demonstration of BELTONE HEARING AIDS. The , Thursday afternoon. Mrs. : world's finest and most aRractive selection. Hear Doris Lea KiLts, club president, ', better with a BELTONE! .- was in charge of the business lllleeeaeeleeeelee°leelee°l°al°eelleleeaaeaeeellleeaeeole session. The aftdrnoon wits spent soeially. The hostess ff)r the next meeting will be Mrs. Ila Nelson. A nice lunch was served. The Formosa Library Club amet Friday afternoon at the I" FREE TEST AND DEMONSTRATION Conducted by: Howard E. Royce, Bonded Consultant WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1967 Correll Hotel Mankato, Kansas 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon BELTONE HEARING SERVICE I i ' i '~ ' I~ I I i i II i~ II I I I As we have sold our farm, we will sell the following described prop- P erty at Public Auction at the farm 2 miles West of Formosa, Kans., .) . on old Highway ,,6, on--- P Lunch on Grounds "1 " r Starting at 1 O'Clock inery 1940 Mode] B J. D. Tractor 1946 WC Allis-Chalmers Tractor 1950 Gleaner Baldwin Combine, 6-ft. F-85 IHC Lister, pull type IHC Field Disc, 12-ft. IHC Corn Disc J. D. Drill, 8-16 V-27 IHC Mower Manure Spreader Allis-Chalmers Cultivator Oliver 2-bottom Plow IHC 7-ft. Binder 3-14 IHC Plow 8-ft. Kelly Ryan Tandem Disc 2-16 A-C Plow, good Fresno Scraper Side Delivery Rake Tractor Sprayer 7-ft. Buncher Some Dishes, Daisy Glass Churn and Fruit Jars. 1951 FoM :/t Ton Pickup, with Grain Box Some Baled Alfalfa Hay 14 Leghorn Hens, laying good Cream Separator. Set of Trac- tor Chains. 300-gal. Gas Tank with hose, on metal stand. Hog Troughs. Feed Bunk. Some Us- ad Tires. Old Iron. Pitch Forks, Shovels, Miscellaneous Tools. Cream Cans. Milk Fails. Many other miscellaneous tools and articles found at, a clean-up sale. TERMS OF SALE--CASIt. Not Responsible In of Accident Property at 1 ldder s Risk When Bid is Off. e OWNERS COL. ED MONTGOMERY & SONS, Auctioneers Ull must be careful a while longer before she is entirely out of danger of damaging the knit ting bones. Odessa and Whitemound 4- tt'ers attended church at the Catholic Church in Esbon Sun- day for 4-H Sunday. Betty Voboril and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Burtley attended tilt' high sch