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ISDAY, MAY II, 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE sn Mrs. Forrest Howard Guy Oliver, Guy Oliv- and Mr. Carl Oliver of were Saturday af- visitors of Guy Oliver Veterans Hospital in Island. from here attended services for Floyd at Jewell on Monday Floyd was the father Byers. Ethel tlasty and Mrs. Chandler were Sunday guests of Mrs. Mamie C. W. Potter of Piqua, spent a few days the reek in tile Chu'k Calahan ~. Mr. Potter is a brother- of Mrs. Calahan. and Mrs. Delbert Under- and Orin were Sunday visitors of Pvt. and Merl Reed and Michael Everett Reed home. Roy Brandon entertain a coffee in honor of Vera Williamson on Fri evening. Invited guests Mrs. Erich Penner of Mrs. Vaden Davis Earl Garman, Mrs. Elten Mrs. Gale Tegley and Russell Lewis. and Mrs. Loyde Garman and Henry Garman Sunday dinner at the Cafe in Mankato. callers at the W. G. home have been Mr'. L. M. Wood, Mrs. H. Grubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Myerly, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, Mr. and Douglas Gillett, Carla Mrs. Lee Garman Madeline Miller. !, and Mrs. Bill Kiehl and were Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- and Bobby. Ada Stanton was a afternoon visitor at 'Garman home. '. and Mrs. U. O. Mohler Sunday ew, ning visitors and Mrs. Clark Calahan their house guest from Vera Williamson of Wyo. and Mrs. Roy were Friday after callers on Mrs. Grace & Mrs. Ada Stanton. ~. Ethel Hasty and Mrs. Mullin were Wednesday visitors at the Perry hom~. and Mrs. Elmer Alexan- Sunday afternoon vis- of Mr. and Mrs. Earl of Esbon. and Mrs. Gary Dillon were weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Mr. and Mrs. Mike were also gueStg on for a pre-Mother's Day and Mrs. Ralph Spiegel of Randall were vis- ~hursday evening of Mr. David Demaray. . and Mrs. W. E. Benbow Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Irvin Stewart of Vera Williamson of Wyo. spent from until Monday in the home. and Mrs. Jesse Platt and Mrs. Bud Platt Sunday afternoon callers and Mrs. Ernest Platt. Alma Gard was admit- the Republic Co. Hospit- Belleville on Friday for and treatment. Garman was a Thurs- day supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ever son and family of Juniata were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Marie Everson and buys. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Ihulcock and Dennis visited Harve Me Clure of Tennessee at Ihc Rod ney McCammon honle in Man kate on l,'riday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kuhn of Salina were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. l)ecker returned home Thursday from ;I three wl"el,~s' VilC;lliOll 511 Ilol Springs, Ark. Enroute home they met with an auto accidenl in Topeka. Although tim cat' was a total wreck, they es caped without serious injury. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M;mg of Salina and Mrs. Lillie l)unn of Mankato were SuntI~LV n/(n'rl ing callers on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Lela Lamb of Mankato wits a Friday afternoon caller al the Robert Korb, ,h'. home. Ennnett l,ewis entered tilt, K. U. Medical Center in Kan sas City on Monday morning for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ost and family of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Emerald ()st and family of Franklin, Nehr., Mr. and Mrs. (ilenn Sny(h,r and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosebaugh and son of ta;eloit were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arden Ost and Diana. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ncwlin of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. :Earl Mullins were l,h'iday ev- ening visitors of Mrs. Etta Masters. Guy Oliver suffered a light stroke and was taken to the Veterans ttospital in Grand Is- land, Nebr. on Thursday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Benbow, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Everson and family and Mrs. Marie Everson and boys were callers on Mr. and Mrs. Chu'ence Pixler the past week. Mr'. and Mrs. Jake Mel)on nel, Mrs. Lillie Moon and Mrs. May Myers called on Mrs. Dora Thornton and Tana Sabin at the Nelson Rest Home. Five members of the Golden Rule Club attended the funeral services for Mrs. Stella Simp- son at Red Ch)ud on Saturday aftet'noon. Those attending were Mrs. elite Moon, Mrs.: Everett Terrill, Mrs. Lettie Korb, Mrs. Jessie Knight and Mrs. Mabel McCorkle. They also visited Mrs, Iva Silsby at the Red Cloud hospital. Mrs. Loht Lape of Lebanon is spending a few days with Mrs. Mamie Mullin. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson were Sunday visitnrs at the Gerry Wilson home in Grand Island, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sander- son attended the graveside services for Mrs. Erma Sire- mends at Kensington on Thurs- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Keith 1)air and Mrs. Bess Pair attended the funeral services for Mrs. Stella Simpson at Red Cloud on Saturday afternoon. Pvt. and Mrs. Merl Reed and Michael of Devils Elbow, Me. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Under wood and Mark were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sloan. Mrs. Opal Roesti was a Fri- day afternoon visitor at tbe Carold Van Sehoiack home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Waeker GIVE YOU OUR BEST DEAL 4 ATLAS PLYCRON TIRES ("The Round Tire") AND WILL GIVE YOU FREE GALLONS OF GASOLINE famous Super Premium Gasoline) Atlas-- Plycron ---Reg. U.S. Pat. Off., Atlas Supply Co. your Credit Card or ask about Instant Credit. 4 Amoco (R) 120 Super Tires and get 50 free gallons of gasoline! f KANS. Phone FR 8'-3998 anti family of Edgar, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. James Calder and family of ttardy, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Un- derwood and l)ebra of Belle- ville were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Underwood. Mr'. and Mrs. 1)allas Burk- hokler of Wheathmd, Colo. were x isilors in the Clark Cala hart home the past week. Mrs. Wade Bauer and Nan- tie and Nola Ahlquest of Clay Center, Kans. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. David l)enmray. Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown and family were guests on Sun(t;ly for a pre- Mother's Day dinner. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benbow were Sunday evening callers on I)r. anti Mrs. M. P. Schlag- el ill lleloit. Mr. and Mrs. l{oy Brandon and their house guest, Mrs. Vera Williams(m, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jellcry and family. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Enghmd wcrc Sunday al'tcrnoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender. Mr. aud Mrs. llarold Bailey and family were Friday even- ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde (Jar'man and family. Mrs. Ch,II Hancock and Den- his lloward spent Saturday in lhtys whe,'c I)ennis I)erformed with the Kaynettes. This is a groul) (ff high school youth from the Nazarene Church. Mrs. Vachel Crawford This part of the county has received a nice rain on Friday and Saturday. We got 1.65. We also got enough snow on Wed- nesd:ly lo (*[)~fcr the ground alld make the ground white. Some weather for May. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reece and Patricia drove to Saliaa on Saturday where Lewis at- tended a Mason nleeting and he took some degree work. Mr. Ilarley Zimmer had tile misfortune to get his little ring- er on tile left hand broken re- cently. Mr. Robert ttowland has been on the sick list the last few days. Joel 13erry spent Wednesday night and Thursday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wtehel Crawford. Mrs. Lola Wessman of Has- tings, Nebr. and Mrs. Fdith Range of Red Cloud, Nebr. are spending a few days with their sister, Mrs. Guy Robbins, and Mr. Robbins. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dunstan of dewell were dinner guests of Mr'. and Mrs. Eugene Dunstan and family Sunday, April 30. Ahout 2:30 that'afternoon, it was discovered that Eugene's house was on fire. The fire ! Mrs. ,lorry l,oekwood and hoys left Saturday morning for started in the southwest corner 'their home in Wichita after of tile roof. It was believed spending it few days visiting that tile strong west wind blew in lhc (;eorge l,o('kwood and the light wires into the house llenry lleskett homes. Mrs. l,ynn Harris, Mrs. Net tie Johnson and Mrs. Lester Suehshm(I and Carl attended an Eastern Star meeting at Scottsville on Tuesday even- lng. Mrs. Opal Tronlhle was a Sunday afternoon visitor at the Alt)ert S('hneider home in Su- perior and at the Anthony Ty- ler home. Mrs. Robert Korb attended the Mother l)aughter Banquet at Esbon on Tuesday evening with Mrs. Clair Lamb. Mrs. Eleanor O'Neall and Mrs. Etta Masters were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins. Mrs. Opal Tremble visited Mrs. May la;()itnott Sunday at the Good Samaritan Home in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fullerton of Superior and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oliver were Sunday afternoon visitors of Guy Oliv- er at the Veterans Hospital in Grand lshmd. Mrs. Don McLean was a Monday afternoon caller at the Carold Van Schoiack home. Mrs. John Gates was a call- er Thursday afternoon on Mrs. Mamie Mullin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Sunday evening visitors of Clarence Black at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. John Gates spent the weekend in Norfolk, Nebr. visiting Estel Van Meter and Mary Shaffer. creating a short and causing the fire. Efforts to extinguish i it immediately by the Dun- i stans were aided by friends and the Randall Fire Depart- ment. The fire was discovered in, tile east side of the house. At this time furniture and personal behmgings were mov- ed from the house. The fire was brought under control shortly after the arrival of the Randall Fire Department. At this time the Courtland rural fire truck arrived. Several members of the Formoso De- partment came with fire ex- tinguishers. The house receiv- ed minor damage to the roof and ceilings upstairs due to the water. The Dunstans are very grateful to everyone who took part in helping in any way. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Snyder and family and Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Crawford were Friday evening callers of My. and Mrs. Irl ,Snyder. Lois Reeee joined the sen- iors of Jewell on Thursday ev- ening and accompanied them on their sneak. Mr. Ed Zimmer passed away Friday afternoon at the Beloit hospital. He was the father of ()ur neighbor, Mr. Harley Zimmer. We, along with neigh- bors and friends, extend to them our deepest sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Duns- tan were Saturday evening din- ner guests of Mr. Bob Edne- NOTICE Make your plans now for the Burr Oak Alumni Banquet on Monday, May 29th at the Burl" O:ak High School. Grain PLANT WITH CONFIDENCEI New special cross 477 high population, eIrly fast drying combine c4brn. 422 455 850 881 Narrow Row Combine Corn Corns for 28,000 plant population Sweet forage sorghum 121 & 171. Cargill Sorghum Sudangrsss SS-100 "carrie- Grazer." FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE',. llarold N. Prather Virgil L. Slate Randall Glen Elder Irl Snyder E.C. Jeffery Formosa Guide Rock F. U. Gas & Oil Co. Jay Beale Red Cloud Buff Oak Omar Arnett Harvey Silsby Lebanon Burr Oak Gene Boner Alfred Andersen Red Cloud . J Esbon ouls, area manager of Kansas Security Life Insurance Com- pany at Betty's Fried Chicken Restaurant in Salina. Clelia ltowland of ttays spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howland. Mrs. R. Avison Mr. and Mrs. ,Jesse! ~)ou brava and Mrs. fIazel Shipley were in Belleville Tuesday to see Mrs. Karin Young. Mr. and Mrs. I,. R. Chandler arrived home Monday after- noon after spending tile week end at the E. J. Frevert home at Liberty, Me. Mrs. Jeanieee DeBey and children spent Tues(tay with her parents, the John Mc- Cleerys. Rev. Earl Enyeart was a Wednesday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Obert, The So('ial Club met Wed- nesday afternoon with Mrs. Rose Johns. Mr. and Mrs. 13ryce ])odd were in Topeka Wednesday for Bryce to see his doctor. Gerald Ault of dewell was in town Thursday. Misses Ruth and Myrl Fickle el' Mankato were in Esbon on Thursday.. The Senior Class and their sponsors, lmrry MeKinnis and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Downing, left Friday for Colorado. They plan on coming home Monday evening. Kenneth Dodd took his mo- ther, Mrs. Nettle i)odd, to the doctor at Red Cloud Thursday al'ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Smith left Friday morning to visit rehltives in Coh)rado. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Michler nf California arrived in Eshon last Monday. They visited her daughter in Colorado and are visiting at Leah Badger's home in Mankato. Darryl Bellen took his moth er to Dr. Hutson at Red Cloud Friday afternoon. Mrs. Viola Jones passed away Tuesday afternoon at a nursing h(nne in Blue ttill. Tile funeral was held Friday morn ing at 10:00 at tile E.tJ.B. Church. Mr. Glen Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Chlude Frost took tile body to Louisiana for burial. The family has our sympathy. l)arryl l'h, llen and (laughter, Miehelle, and his mother were in Saliua Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Arisen and Shirley were in Slnith Center Saturday morning. Frank Shackelton of Red Cloud spent a few days with his daughter, IQ'anees Burgess, and family and brother, Ernie. Tile Downing boys stayed al the Melvin Shipley home while their folks were in Colorado with the seniors. Mrs. Mac l}axson called oil Mrs. Frances Kindler Sunday a fl~(,r tlo()n. Rev. Enyeart was a Sunday dinner guest at tile Vaden l)av is, Jr. home. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. I,'rost called on Mr. and Mrs. lhd sey Panghorn at M;lllk;ll() Still day evening. Rev. Enyeart called at the Raymond Worick home at Burr Oak Friday aftern(xm. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Michael We will not be open on Sundays, except for sl)ecial holidays. We will be open on Mother's Day. Please phone for reservations. MICHAEL CAFE Burr Oak, Kansas B4f tiny Hernial Pevice ~estorn Your Under- ctaading I Ask for Your Area Representative Ideal f~r NERVE DEAFNESSI Wear the tiny new Telex ELECTRON EAR in your ear cansl and again enJo,/ plear undarstandlng and. good h.e=rln~ rhis super-miniature oevice m sm~ ELECTRON EAR restores your Id sssurancer makes ~/ou Jook youngol snd feel younger I)ecause R is IN inconspicuous. You hear with extra clarity becaum lhe tiny speaker Is deep In the ea! canal close to your qmrdrum., Easill plsced In the eM M #~'lrlOINl~ II~ a moments noticL Mr. L. Garman will be at the Correll Hotelin Man- kate on Thursday, May 18, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30. If you cannot come in just call for information or write to: TELEX HEARING AID CENTER, Inc. 2010 Twelfth St. GREAT BEND, KANS. Ph. SW 3-8873 tlY-KLAS STORE RA 5-3551 - ESBON, KANS. CAKE MIX Hy-Klas 19-oz. 25c White-Choc. box FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 89C TUNA tin 29c CHOCOLATE SYRUP Hersheys 21c 16-oz. can APPLE SAUCE Hy-Klas DRY MILK Hy-Klas Instant FACIAL TL UES 303 $1oo cans 8-qt. size 79c 29 count 4 29c TOILET TISSUE Valu rolls COTTAGE CHEESE 2 12-OZ. 45C ctn. HALF & HALF CREAM pint 25c size HEAD LETTUCE each 23c TOMATOES lb. 23c SWEET CORN 49c ears BANANAS " 25c lbs. ,,b 59C Sliced pkg. of Mankato visited Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chandler Sunday afternoon. The Bill Bakers spent Sun- day evening at the Bruce Cor- rick home. Mr. and Mrs. R. Arisen and Shirley sl)ent Sunday evening at the C. R. Brown home at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs, l,;It]l't'tl('t' Chase of (;rand Island spent Tuesday and Wednesday morn- ing at the Doyle Jeffers home. Mrs. Earl Enyeart left the Research ~Hospital Friday and is staying with her daughters at Overland Park. Mr. and Mrs, Rothenberg and son of Osborne visited Mr, and Mrs. Bert Smith Sunday afternoon. Mrs. la)na McCleery and Mrs. NelLie Dodd visited Mrs. I,illie Imwis and Mrs. Julia Meyer Monday afternoon. II MADE IN AMERICA IIARI)WARE l'hone JU 7-2191 Burr Oak, Kans. WE IlAVE ABOUT TItE USUAL lANE OF IIARI)WARE: Stock Tanks, 4-ft. up to 8-ft. L(,ts of Bolts, all sizes, up to A good assortlnent of Wrenches, Socket Sets, Box End: 1 set drive, good Paint .and Thirmer; Linseed Oil, bulk -)' ~9 (,hams, all sizes ul) to , bulk Roller Chains Sprocket Chains A few Grain Augers Good heavy Tarl)S Aluminum Ladders, up to 40-ft. Plenty of Spades, I)itchforks, Scoops, Garden Tools, Garden Seeds D ill Bits - Wood Bits Saws, Hammers, etc. Warfarin Rat Killer I/.5", :is", !i" Black & Decker Electric Drills Mower Sickles, all kinds, Section Guards a,nd ot:her parts Garden Hose Huffy Mowers, used an, d new A few Guns and some Fishing Tackle V-Pulleys ; Belting FOR L f USE LI I I Seeds that grow and produce to the utmost in our area We have a good stock on hand nOW. FUNKS LINDSEY 744 MtLO - Early Maturity 755 MILe - Medium Maturity 788 MILe - Full Season 101-F SILAGE SORGHUM - Higher Tonnage, More Palatable, Stands Better 77-F HYBRID SUDAN - Protein Comparable to Al- falfa --- REPLANT AGREEMENT -- Ilave a good stock of Golden Acres and Frontier We have a good stock of Rox Orange, Sumac, Greenleaf, Piper and Atlas Sargo, but some Cane Seeds are a bit short this year. Your 'CROPcARE" Aerial Spray Service WEED SPRAYS INSECT SPRAYS FLY REPELLANTS BAR FLY BLOX ~t l