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PAGE 2B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS THURSDAY, MAY II, 1,967 _ II III II IIIII ..... i "~I~T ............ IT I lllli III I I ll lln l I I ,iml~ ~ I I Home Towner Monday, May 8. Another day when the sun is trying hard to shine after a week of mostly cloudy, chilly, rainy weather, I starting out with abcrut 2 or 3: irmhes of snow and freezing nights.. Our cherry trees, thrt~, of them, were a mass of bloom with tlrse prospect, but are ruined by the freezes. Gardens are hurt, but this is all minor if the wheat is not too badly hurt and this will ~t he known for certain until later in the season. We were Imppily surprised last Tuesday afte,'n~m whe.n some old friends ft'om St. Marys, Ida., Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Bennett, came through town snd stopped for a short visit. They were with tlteir niece, Mrs. Bernice Barland, and her two small daughters from Beloit and 13ernice's bro thee, Bill Bennett, of Burr Oak. They had' been up to see ~rges brother, Gene Ben- nett, at Burr Oak, came past" the lake on the south side and to Lovewelt. George and his wife were former residents here, where they grew up and at~ded seh~l. They saw many changes since their last visit ten years ago. They were enroute home from a visit to the Harry Minteer family in Iowa. Mrs. Minteer was the farmer Etha Platt, a sister of Mxs. Gee. Bennett, or Edith PIatt, as we knew her. They vlsRed the Fairview Cemetery also before returning to Beloit 'l'~ay evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren and Margo were Sunday even ing visitors at the C. V. War- r~n home. Mrs. Bruce Ayers and Saunie were afternoon calt- elL~. Mrs. Letha Va]e and Mi,ss Dollie Vale drove out to the White Rock Cemetery Sunday afternoon, returning through Lovewell for a short visit with M~ Delia Heldt. enjoyed having Mrs. Don na Marr and daughter, Ruth. stop by for a few moments' chat Sunday morning after church. They brought a gift from the Sunday School to Mr. misfortune to fall and injure one ankle quite badly last week. She has been using crutches for" a while. Mrs. Bruce Ayers and Mrs. Bob Peele accompanied Mrs. Merh, File to Salina last Thursday on a shopping trip. Mrs. Junior l,eece and Mrs. Linda Ayers took Craig Leece ~nd Saundra Ayers to the Child's Clinic held in Superior last Saturday to have their eyes checked. Mrs. Margaret Warren re ceivcd a phone call from her .~ister, Arh,ne (Leecel Perrill. 0f Berkeley, Calif. saying she txp(.('h'(I to reach here for a idsit on or around May 20th, and spend Decoration Day here and take in the Alumni I~antluet of the l,ovewell Iligh School Io be held here the first Saturday night ill June. She also reported the loss of her new colored h, levision set thai thieves had taken from her al)artn'lent ill l:lerkeley while she was absent at work. Mrs. 3a rune Bagh,y was the i hostess Sunday evening at a pink and blue hlyette shower iat the Community Room of !!he Security Nalional l]ank in Superior. honoring Mrs. Joyee Erickson. Miss Mary Dahl took Mrs. Alta Lovewell to Sutx,rior last Thursday I'or a check up at the Superior Clinic. [ Chuck Whitney of Superlorl spent Saturday night with his! grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. i Fred Ross. Mrs. Armajean; Whitney and son, Jim, came~ down Sunday to see ,her par ents, the Ross'. Chttck return ed to Superior with his tnother and brother Sunday evening. We just heard today of the death of Mr. E. B. Bcaushaw of Jamestown whose funeral was held Saturday. Our sin- cere sympathy is extended to his wife. C, ohlie Beaushaw, and her family. Goldie was a schoolmate of ours who spent her girlhood here in Low'well. Her nephew, Chester Van Met er. Is our next door neighbor. Mr. and Mrs. Iwm Valek were evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van MeWr. Warren, who is home from the hospi~ll and recuperating sat- isfactorily. [ Mrs. Chat Warren spent Fr[ I day afternoon with Mrs. Delia[Mrs Wilbur Obart Mrs. Lottie Can~ell had thel The big news this week ~s II I IIIII ...... lull II IIIk I H IIII I I I I1 II 1.967 - PONTIAC 4-1)r. I)emo with Power and Air 1967 - OLDS 4.Dr. l)emo with Power and Air 1962 - FORD 4-1)r. 1964 - OLDS 4-Dr. with Power and Air 1964 - PONTIAC 4-I)r. with Power 1960 - PONTIAC ,l-l)r. with Power 1957 - OLDS 4-Dr. with Power and Air 1956 - CADILLAC 4-1)r.. Good Fishing Car 1963 - GMC Pickup ) 1964 - CHEV. I ickup 1956 - CHEV. Pickup 1959 - CHEV. Pickup with Box 1949 - CHEV. 1 I/z Ton, New Motor, Box and Hoist qqEW 0U)S. - GMC Inc. OLDSMOBILE PONTIAC I I I I lhe snow we had May 3rd fol . h)wed by over an inch of rain i which fell Thursday, Friday and Saturday. But 2 (o 3 int'ht,s of snow in May is some sort of a record. How bad the fruit and wheat are damaged re ! mains to be seen. [ A talent show put on at the high school 'ru(,sday c~(,nin~ was very good. Some outstan(I ing musical nulllt)ers were pro sented froth h)t.al tah,nt and the surrotlndin~ ;ll't';I. I h;l'v(q]'{ decided if Geneva 13artley takes after h(,r fatht,r or bet mother in her ac(ing ability hut she did a mi.~0Hy lint' job. So many hart, (:alh,d wanting Mark's a(tdr('s.~. It i~: Prit';r~(' Mark A. ()bert II. S. 5598(i()09, 156 G. S. lh';~vy },',qllil)menl, Mrs. Sam ()berl, Mrs. Doris: lian('ock, Carol and Connie. 'Mrs. Elden Johanek and Mr. ;and Mrs. Vern(, l{(w;ll)au~h of Smith Celllel'. The monthly Wcstbranch Card Party will bp Saturday evening at 8:00 p.m. The Eshon Seniors left on sneak Fri(lay noon with Mr'. and Mrs. ,liimny I)o~mllg ;m(I Larl*y McKinnis as sponsors. The annual Memorial Day services will he at ()dessa Sun day. May 28, with a bask('l dirmer at noon. Mr. and Mrs. C, harlie l,ove were very happy Friday when Iheir s()n, Jim. 1)h,)ued I'r(ml Wichil;~ ;mr] ;isk(,d lhem t,o tlW('l him ;H l~,('lh'vill('. lh' just rt!turned [rllln Vit,t Nllln, hay Ft. Georg(, (;. M(.a(h', Mary ing ('mnl)h'l('(l his lint, lht, r(, land. Zll' 20755. lh' wenl swim an(l .was hal)l)Y to I)e lint'l< ruing ill Chesal)ealte tlay anti] home. S.. x~clt.oln(, ht)me..lira. l the temp 'r; ire 1hat clay w;t~I l,:(lgar Marihugh of l,os An 1112 dcgreos. " ]!Leh'~, ('hill. ;~rrivt'd E;llllrd;ly Sunday al'lernoon ('alhq'r; nflh) visit hi~ I)arenl~, the Waller Will)ur Oberls were Mr. ;m(I Marihughs, ;rod ~tarl hix farm i i i nlllll i ill I I I III I I IIII IM I IIIII , I Potted Plants- Arrangements Corsages Budding Plants Combination Boxes Hanging Baskets VIVIAN MOON Phone FR 8-3972 II Ill III Illl I I I II I NEW! G-E SPRAY, STEAM AND DRY IRON n Automatic Power MODEL F81T Spray WITH TEFLON* - 'Water Window COATED m Wash 'N Wear Settings IRONING *.u.ont tar SUR FACE finish Jng ()p~q ;,lions, Ronnie and I,isa Johanek gavo Retty and Karla a busy tim,, Sunday afler they fell off ;~ hayrack in the middle of the hog pen, It was soft landing and Betty says it took a while to get the muck washed off to see if they really had what they thought were Rormi(, and IAsa. They did. Mr'. and Mrs. Orb) Van Wt,y visited Elden dohaneks Sunday ;t['terlloOD, Mrs. Wayne Broeckehmm and sons were Tuesday visih)rs of her I)arents, the Clare l,ambs. --. Ill II I III II W,,'rp enjoymr I,esh garden radishes. They've had a strug Kle hilt they .iw, good. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ieinert and Paul visited Buford Tuck ers Sunday afternoon. The Catholic Parish had a pot hick hmc'h and welcom(. for their new parish priest, Father Mor~{;m Sunday even ing. Audr('y Young was hostess to Odessa Aid Thursday al'Wr i not)n. I,arry Ritter was a Sunday dinner guest (d' Ih'nry Kellers Sunday and called on the Mike Youngs in the afternoon. .... I I I II IF YOU CARE I,NO! (,ll TO PLANT TIlE VERY llEST - - A Strong Stalked Mid-Season Mile Now Available through your NC Plus Dealer FOR SALE PI,qSTERS SEED CORN, MIL(), SUI)AN ANI) FORAGE Full Replacement on the above Seed. We also have Alfalfa Seed. CIXI)E KORB -.IU 7-:'526, Burr Oak II I I I ~111 IIIII I ~4 Check the Official Kansas State Grain Sorghum Per- formance Bulletin 504. First in Greeley County Irrigaled ~ests on hoth the lwo and three-year average. First in Ford County Dryland tesls on bolh the two and thr~-year averave. First in Finney County Fallow tests for lhe average of the past three years. 22% above the average in LaBelle counly in 1966 and 11% above the average lhe past 3 years. 15'/o above the average in Ellis county the past three years. 16% above the test average in Stafford county in 1965. 8% above the test average in Rend Counly and 6% above for the pasl three years. 8% above the average in Thomas County the past two years. 6% above the test average in Brown County the past three years. FOR a consistently good hybrid grain sorghum - Pick up RS671 today. IIARRY IIANSON - Mankato TEl) TItUMMEL - Esl)on MELVIN I)AIIL - Formoso FARMERS UNION CO-OP EI,EV. - Randall J unlors - ! 24 HOUR TIMER MODEL 8110 ;" Turns Appliances on and off automatically Repeats each day without resetffng ,, May be used with any appliance up to 1800 watts ["Wear-Ever with / Specials I 1 SAW SPECIAL ~~'~ [3:;:;7o,.~1 I ~.u.=~.. : 11in. Coy. I $16ZU.I. $996-'-.--;f0r--,--: ,n. S,'.er~or.. ~ S,'.ermo,". ~~ 8,'.ermo,'. 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Drop in and look them over - the price is right. It does entertain the family. Baseball Season is on, the finest game of all. Enjoy it at home with an Arvin set, JEWELL COUNT 'S OLDEST STORE 48t4 SINCE ,1580 , II