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JEKYLL KANSAS dhJner guests of Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nel- were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lodge meeting. Refresh- Friday, May 6, the For- I Saturday, wishing her mother a Mrs, Bert Diamond and chtl- son and son, Mark, of Beloit Stansbury and Mrs. Don ments were served by Mrs. moso Kindergarten, Kirk [ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Adams Mother s Day, They dren of Webber. were- Sunday evening visit- Cummings o ~ Wichita, and Theodora Kelly, Mrs. Moore Berneking, Pammy Harper, m spent Mother's Day" with having co'i, damp weather. "~ ~lPatmita l~/eir SP4 Ronald Gordanier, ors of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mrs. Lyle Buskins and child- and Mrs. Clarice Peteete, Gary Ha[hen, Michael Hig- [ Mrs. Peter Reinert at Tipton While in Superior, Nebr ' ~--"~" "- who has been stationed at Nelson and family, ren The Friendship Club held bee~ Roxan Hurd, Bradley[ Mrs. Anna Arnoldy of Uba last WeOnesday, Mrs. Wall ~d Mrs. Louis Lueer- Ft. Carson, Colo arrived A surprise Mother's Day Mrs. Bernard Connell of their annual all-day meeting Johnson, Julie Keeler, Tom- ICity, Calif Mrs, Peter Rein- er Dillon and Edith Folgc ave returned to their here Saturday for a visit dinner was held Sunday in Wichita was a weekend iat the home of Mrs. Bertha my Page, Ginny Stafford, lert and Mr. and Mrs. Bill called on Mollie Davis at th at Romeo, Colo fol- with his parents, Mr. and honor of Mrs. Clara Clark at guest of her parents, Mr. j Greenberg on Friday. All John Smith and Brenda Stu-|May will visif, at the Ben Good Samaritan Home. Sh, g~t visit at the home of Mrs. Dale Switzer, and other the home of Mr. and Mrs. l and Mrs. Fred Ross. On Sun- ] members were present to en- der visited the MankatolAdams' home today, is getting along quite wel daqghter, Mrs. Michael relatives. Following a 20-day Rudolph Nelson and child- Iday they were all dinner[ joy the pot luck dinner. Greenhouse and bought] The Highlanaers E. H. U. and doesn t suffer mucl ,Mr. Boyer and child- leave, SP4 Gordanier will go ren. Other guests were Mrs. Jguests of Mr. and Mrs. Lar- I Mason Joerg of Manhattan plants for their mothers.]is in charge of lhe C.T.M. pain. r~r~. ~ ~. . to Ft. Lewis, Wash wherel Fred Lagergren and children[ry Whitney and family oflspent from Wednesday until Then they journeyed to the|tonight. A good program is/ Our nice, warm weathel Dale Switzer, Jr under- he will receive his orders to of Lincoln, Kans Mr. and ] Superior. i Friday visiting his mother, park for a sack lunch Mrs. lPlanned, t oflastweektookacoldturr W~ ~t art emergency appen- go to Korea ] Mrs. John Clark of Munden,Mr. and Mrs. Wybern Ber-[Mrs. Emma Joerg, and other Nelson Keeler and Mrs. Ger-| I Sunday and almost down t( :te: ~my Monday at the hos- Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hoard] and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clarklneking and family werelrelatives. He also called on] aid James furnished cars. /It .// / [freezing Monday morning ~itt 1 ~ia~t~lleville. He is mak- and family of Oxford, Nebr ] and' son of Lincoln, Nebr. [hosts to a Mother s Day din-/Mr, and Mrs. Matt Joerg and] Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Chur-llM l hhr nl,h I But it is clear and not muct, a:Satisfaetory recovery and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil[ Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaac-[her at their home Sunday. |J. B. Joerg in Courtland. chill of Beloit were Mother s|ll11JILIIl~ll~lllll~ll i wind Monday morning. " ~ it.' ~and ~ Mrs. Kenneth Bohler and Gloria were sup- [ 5on and Mrs. Gertie Patrick]Guests were Mr. and Mrs. ] Mrs. Emma Joerg, Mrs.[ Day dinner guests of their[ r,m~, r,o, I er, Sr visited Monday per guests Saturday evening} attended, a Mother's Day|B. A. Field and. Steve, Mrs |Margaret Gertson and Glen-I daughterMrs Gerald[ a~" ] SAN DIEGO CALIF.(FH" ttihg horn# of her parents of Mr. and Mrs. Haroldl :hnner Sunday at the home|Esther Bernekmg Mr. and|wood Gertson were callerslJames Mr. James Jeri Jeff/ We failed to report lastlTNC --Seaman Recruit Ray dMrs RoSy Weir, in Mohler. J gf Mr and Mrs. Roy Drake/Mrs. Wayne Berneking and|Friday of Miss Delia Joergland Joni Supper giaests[week that Mr. and Mrs. IDea; Howell usixi -o) ta'J ~vttle. "' ] Mr. and Mrs. David" Peter- [ l'n Hastings. |sons, and Mrs. Ism Bowles. [and Mrs. Dave Fmrchtld of [ were Mr. James parents, Mr. [Harold Pugh, Mr. and Mrs./Mr.'" and Mrs. Wilbur: R I, ~ Husk[us was a patientl son and family of Hays wereJ Edgar Lindblad and Ar-,Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. |Beloit. [and Mrs. Orville James. [Nathan Winslow and Minnie/Howell of 113 East North, r!'l i~:'St. Joseph's Hospitali Sunday dinner guests of Mr.i thur Sandell of Courtland I Patrick and Tony were Sun-,Mrs. Maude Howland was ] |Scott attended the graves[de |Mankato, is underzoinz sev- dia from Monday|and Mrs. Chas. Doxon. Inl spent Friday evening withlday dinner guests of his par-la dinner guest Sunday of| " Iservmes for Zella" Cravenlen weeks of basic trainin .Saturday, undergoing[the afternoon they drove tolEdgar Isaacson. ]cuts Mr. and Mrs. Elmer[Mr. and Mrs. Bruce How- |llll'. / IPeoples near Washington on [at the Naval Train[he Center akid observauon. IJewell and wslted Mrs.I Rosahe Dumgan of Belle-[Patrmk. ]land. Afternoon v,s tors|W l|$ nll t||l l IApnl 27. She was a mece of|here. r and Mrs Fred Grimm!Gotda Doxon. |ville spent Mother's Day at] A large crowd attendedlwere Mr. and Mrs. Clark| IMinnie Scott and a cousin| Under the supervision of [Amgley, Wash were, Robert and Vincent Sloan,~the home of her parents, Mr.]umon servmes Sunday even-|Howland and son, who| Frosty [of Mrs. Pugh and Mrs. Win-|veteran Navy petty offlcers,~ all g ests at the home oflwho are stationed with the/and Mrs. Earl Dunigan. ling at the Formoso Com- Ibrought a beautifully decor- / ." Islow. ]he is receiving instructions: ~ther, Mr. and Mrs lU. S. Navy at San Diego,/ Mrs. Andrew Stafford haslmunity Church. Rev. Norm-']ated Mother's Day cake. ]an2ri(anla o~rS.i~i;~:2~cKS?n~| Some from here attendedlin naval history anci organill t$ er Grimm, from Mort-[Calif were recent visitors lbeen spending considerable I an Kidd, pastor of the Chris-| Miss Margaret Balch and[ eek- -' .pen |Quarterly Meeting at Glen-Ization, customs and court- Lne w enu WH.n rrlemas t~ ~til Wodnesday. ]at the home of their grand- [time with her mother, Mrs. ltian Church of Courtland,[Miss Barbara Ann Balch of [~n ,olotiv~o c ~ [view near Glen Elder last] esies, ordnance and gunnery," :. and Mrs. Blake Dewey [mother, Mrs. Ella PattersonlTeckla Brown of Scandia, [was in charge of the serv- [Concordia and Mr. and Mrs. [ ne" "tlae i kson' ' Ycurt;s[Friday and Saturday. ] seamanship, damage cont'rol, ~( Mrs Leona Fleming of Courtland and their aunt /who is critically ill. lices The children's choir oflGeorge Belch, Robert Greg- ~ ~ ' [ Frank Dillon left last Fri-[ first aid swimming and sur--~ ~e t,Mother's Day with the !Mrs. Tayolr Clark, and Mr. [ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flor- ]the Methodist Church injurY, Janet and Sheryle were [~i~ss ~2~tr sum~s a2~a tt~l;[day night to visit his young-[ vival, shipboard drills, and d~ s mother, Mrs. HarryI Clark of Formoso. The boys]ell and family of Lincoln ICourtland under the direc-[Sunday dinner guests of Mr J y,',PP lestbrother,Lester Dillon]sentry dutv er, and Mr. Horner, at J ,~ . ' LoveweIl LaKe. /-MI DUE the ~. J". are sons of Mr. and Mrs.]Nebr and Mr. and Mrs. J.]tmn of Mrs. Kendall Peter-land Mrs. J~m Balch. !ore ~Jo~n family,at Wmslow,/ Military dulls are empha-~ )ln, Kans. [Harvey Sloan, Jr of Os-lBurkhart of Fairbury, Nebr ]son, sang two numbers.| Mr. and Mrs. ClaytOn[a~"th'e~a~e or, s"~[Ariz. ]sized during recruit training, i t~ ', arid Mrs. Dewey Beau- ] borne, Karts. /were Mother s Day guests of I Churches participating in the [Hughes were guests Sunday] Mr and NIrs By" ce Dodd [ Quite a number of ladies land with various inspections[ ' and family of Hutch[n- I Mrs. Emily Dunn of Cim- ]Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell. Inn[on services are the nda Iof Mr. and Mrs. John Abell n ~" *o aail*onv l to n[attended the Mother-Daugh- land a planned physical fit- i very weekend guests of arron, Karts spent the week- [Ottter guests during the [Lutheran Church of Kack- land Elizabeth of Burr Oak. [ Mot'her's"Da~" width lVlrVand[ter Banquet at Burr Oak last [hess program, keep the re-~ ,'r aether, Mrs. Atta Rath- end at the home of her son,]week at the Floreli home lley, the Methodist, Chris-] Howard Hughes of Des aao,]Friday night, l cruits mentally and e n i ere" M 1 ~*"'~" ' ' ""'- ' ' "~" IE [D nny Dun and w fe, of lw . rs. O af Anderson of ltmn and Mlssmn Covenant|Morays, Iowa, and his wife, il" [ At the c.ose of Sunday|ly alert, i ', aad Mrs. Clifford Hig- Courtland. Denny, who haslJamestown, Mr. and Mrs. IChurches of Courtland, andlShirley, and sons of Haysl t: n c i.[ School, Sunday morning, a ] Upon completion of re- Mr ano Mrs ~x~ oa~r. , i~ children of Pensa- ] been undergoing speciall Conrad Florell of Scandia, lthe Formoso Community[spent the weekend visiting ~.~ ;~ ,~ .~ " Van c +,]sh rt Mother s Day program ]cruit training, he will be as-i Fla, arrived here Sat- [training at a helicopterlMr, and Mrs. F. C. NolaniChurch. [his mother, Mrs. Mary|~* '~u :'*'t}~e'~' wee~en~l" wi:hiwas given by the children. ]signed to a school, shore sta- night for an extended school at Ft. Polk, La for[of Courtland, and Mrs. How- ] The Ladies Aid of the For- [Hughes, in Superior, and herI ~v~-~ ,~mco c c, c rda.' ev~n t Gifts were presented to Hel- [tion or ship, accordingto the L the home of his par- I several weeks, will report for I ard Patrick. Imoso Comumnity Church [parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verne I ~' ~"~,~'"~'~ .~%r~.o~ ,~,~.~1 en McNichols, a grandmoth- |results of his Navy classifi- ) Mr. and Mrs. Harry[duty near Ft. Worth, Texas, I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hig-lheld their once a month soc-IGlens of Belleville. They l~"~.u'Y ~ ~utw~th~tt~elet whose name was drawn, lcation tests, his own desires,' nOSI:S to a coo o :e, and other relatives.|following his leave. [bee and family of Pensacola,]ial day Wednesday after-|also visited at the McCune! o Ito Mrs. Earl Winslow forland the needs of the Navy. ~'d is serving with thel Mr. and Mrs. Taylor ClarklFla and Mr. and Mrs. JackI noon. Following the busi-lhome near Formoso. I~',~-u. "~.~'''~'. ",'~'.'. ~;[having the most childrenl t.narJes frost ann mr ann ,t~4tvY, ]spent Monday evening with[Higbee, and children werel hess session, a musical pro- ] Mr. and Mrs. Howard[ " ]present (6), and Mrs. Bill] Mrs Beulah Brinkworth Mrs t iarence anooK were ~ Sarah Baird and Mrs ] Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray ] Mother s Day dinner guests I gram was presented ~)y Rev [ Field, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lyall I " . I Warner the youngest moth- I and ~lrs Edith Ost spent the .Clark were dinnerl/at Burr Oak. [] f Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hig- and Mrs. LaVerne SandberglDoxon, Mr. and Mrs. Andrewl Pr irentl onald Beam, Cindy,|er present.]Mother' Day weekend with:* i~ ~unday of Mr. and Bob Higbee and daughters bee. [of the Mission Covenant I Stafford, and Milford Staf-| ' . aT. Mrs. Elgar Parsons had/their son and dauohter Mr i Ohn iagnusson at the[of Kansas City and Clark[ ,t~nan aria brenoa, caueo on ~, , Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Rom- I Church in Courtland. qVlrs.[ford were Sunday dinnerI th^ H-rold Beams Saturd-'" !an they stroke Sunday fore-1 and Mrs Ed Brinkworth, in 10 Roam Steak House]Dudley of Aurora, Kans ljue and daughters of Kear-IMerle Doxon and Mrs. Avislguests of Mrs. Minnie Staf-l ~ ." ' aYlnoon. She is unable to talk. Kansas "Cit-Kans Mrs.: evening, ano orougnt Mrs !ak to. ]were in Formoso on business]hey, Nebr were weekend[Crawford served nice re- ]ford. Mrs. Stafford received] '[Mrs. Letha Carstenson of Baker the hioh S, hool En ,- t~eam a corsage for lVlomer s ~, ~, i, Ella Patterson and/Saturday afternoon. !guests of her parents, Mr. lfreshments. /a long distance call from I,-. I Manhattan and Waldo Par-lish teacher accomnanied . iAay r l}ladys Clark of Court-l Mrs. Howard Appleby at-land Mrs. Percy Jepson / Mrs Laura Kin~sl ~ /Ronald Stafford and famflyl ~ sons of Nampa Idaho call- them as far as Lawrence' . e, was ' ' o h r' D ~vtr. aria tvtrs. Letana frost ir ' ' ~ere Mothers Day dm-ltended a coffee MondayI M t e s ay. guests of]hostess o the Mystic "rcl ]of Norman Okla ~ ~.;.~ led and talked to the moth- where she wmted relatives . . . . t C1 e ,-a, r,uay " " ~msts of Mr. and Mrs.[morning in Courtland re]Mrs. Mayme Butler were Mr.[Club at her home Thursday[ Mr. and Mrs. Don Het-l; ~ .~]er, Mrs. Parsons, earher Sun- Clark and Eugene [ honor of the birthday of Mrs ] and Mrs. Jerry Butler and ]afternoon Eight members ]finger and children of June- l'.'fi Uiday morning. Mr. and Mrs. ,and Mrs. Gary Watson [ V. C. Hurtig. [ son, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burn- [ were present - Mrs Mabel It[on City spent the weekend [ mrs. t nrr taaw }ns. ] Waldo Parsons returned Mrs t ert taenry, mrs t lmloosa, Kans were l Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haskins[ham and family, and June James conducted the urn-~visiting her parents, Mr. and[ "Ihome last Wednesday t v ctarence mew ana Mrs ~:$tmday of his parents, tof Courtland were SundaylPonto of Hastings. Mr" and gram Anicelunchwasserv-~Mrs. Leonard Erickson of| "~ Mr and Mrs. Walter Dil- II~Blllll " ~ld Mrs. Chas Watsonlafternoon visitors of Mr. and]Mrs. Clifford Higbee were ed " [Courtland, and his parents, l;~ia~aet ~rost attenaea mellon took her mother, Lulu ~k~! ! t~rd. " Mrs. Joe Haskins. [afternoon visitors. The Formoso Chapter No [Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hetting-|day in Beio t" meeting Non-l Walden, out to dinner Sun- S ALERIN ters Day dinner guests Mr and Mrs Roy Weir of] The Formoso firemen are " er I : day at Mankato ". 6ao, r~astern atar, nela their Mr aria Mrs. J~ill raa'n," t, and Mrs. Dale Ross Bellewlle were VlSltOrs Sun-[sponsoring a benefit turkey r ~ -- ~'~ rl~. I Special Mother s Day ser-1~.~ "^~ ~.~ n.~.^ aPW"Mrs. Kent McNlchols and [C//~---~ !emily of Concordia day morningof Mr. and Mrs supper to be held on the ~,~'~ "'~"~,'~,-,~"~'"i~ vices were held at the For-]~"'. ~'~*, .~"~:. ~,~,p~u~ family of Monrovia, Calif ~'1!~'1 ~Mr.and Mrs. Ross I Kenneth Huber, Sr and]evening of May 14 at the ~'h~apter'was l~irs~,nnabe~e~mOso Community Church on[ vmr etn nnane Vrir" fel n called her parents, Mr. and x,~ ~/ ~TMrs Martha Huber were dinner uests of Mr school auditorium Servin " Sunda mornin~ with Revl g Mrs Walter Dillon Sunday -- " ' " " ' I g " " g Cross, District Aide of Dist- Y ~" " and Mrs Curtis Dietz and l td" ~trs. Kenneth Hub- and Mrs. R. C. Stafford and Jstarts at 6:30 p.m. rict No 42 She i~ a -~--~ Paul Temple m charge. Mrs.[~. , ' r Formoso, and Mr. family. ] Mr. and Mrs. Bradley ber of "the "Port ha--ter 'oi Minnie Stafford was an hon-|uougms on lviomer s ay. l r Tu v t ivlrs VlOla Jones, l lr aria l i~,; Bill Lavorie of Mr. and Mrs. Walter]Keee were esday even-Jewell T^- -th or guest, the oldest mother| ": . . " -- '" vis'tor f "'r - "'r . eu o er memuersI i ivlrs ~Jlenn Jones anu DUF- IMi t. [ Grimm attended a ramny re- I mg ~ s o lVl . aria lvi s. from Port Cho,*er w ,~,~ ~ present w~m memners o~ her { ". i ;:et td Mrs. Tom Me- !union at the Max Ha.!lgren [ Roy Keeler. "esent Mrs "" family. Mrs. Paul Temple ] ara rost were lvmmers ay m her guests or me were Sat- ' t ome in Re rabtic orr Mt)th- I Mr.' and Mrs. Kenneth terestin-tal,and Mrs. Gene Haskins were I ' v be -,t lauoe frosts ' ruing visitors of Mr. er s Day. On Saturday e en- ]Hu r, Jr and family have . the mothers with the mostl " | ,~ttteu a I~, t t Jonn frost:leftforFI :1 Ira, Doe Hurd and fam- ing the Grimms rec ived a} moved from Burr Oak to the * . children attendin the ser- : "~ ~ . ~rmoso Chaptt Be ~ g Sheridan, Friday night telephone call from the~r|Elza Miller house in Form-owland of Fo~ vices. Mrs. Clark Howland] ; . . ff Mrs: Jerry Ryan, son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert[oso. ,'-ort of her tr t was the youngest mother]. ,Mr'.ana, l rs. lvm - [ -r, lett oI wlcnlEa were ~unoay al~ !':John, of Wichita Grimm and family, of Gresh- [ Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van ',n ~ with her son in attendance. [ n~ ~ ~ ~.n ~11 : V ' ~ ~ Id K7 1 ~:; ~ O- LI~: J.t~ L " VIlli 1~:1 ~ IdK:7~L~ Ol lVlI, CI.I 1 I*,1 ~ Rend guests of Mr. am, Ore. [Meter of Lo ewell and Mr. Each of the mothers recelv-I .~ , vlrs arola imam ira Howard Appleby. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Over-land Mrs. Percy Jepson spent -'" ed a potted geranium plant [ " . " "2 lat yandMr. and street of Wichita and Mr. lThursday fishing and picnic Miss Florence Nelson, n g meStrSA er n r" hr r' of Formoso, and Mrs Lynn Volker and ling at the Lovewell Lake in : A Mrs Margaret Gertson and l x,r, , t# and Mrs Earl Sflsby and !~,Dale Erickson family were Mother s Day I observance of Mrs. Jepson s ma~e i i Glenwood Gertson were din-]. . ::. .Si; ' of h,t~ariene, Mr ano Mrs riarv i~ Courtland, Mr. dinner guests Mrs. Geor-[birt day /~ her guests Sunday of Mrs.] -; " ey bllSDy,Mr ana mrs ~[~ I Diamond and gia Stafford and Mrs, Ther-[ Sunday dinner guests of ~' ~ Emma Joerg. ] l d. Mankato were esa Howell and son, Jim. [Mr. and Mrs. Edd Stansbury every Hawthorne Club met on i nnny pe, ana yirs. ,Jim ,~ " -- n ~,h ~r~o ~ ~,T~ I rogo, VICKI, aufly, Janet an(] i : : Th ~ - -,~. "~ ~avlo. .] son, with nine members[ : : r Th -fte ! lne ~aiem w~t ~ Will " [ p esent, e a s" nt sociall- Hostess forImeet at me harem t nurcn ~, p~ y. . . ' . the Mav 19 meet' ~ will be[f r their b~rthday meeting d inn . .~- - .- ,: O/ llnt Mrs. Dianne Gardner. Nicel n tnursaayafternoon. : / ULJLJLb Mrs. Bert Henry was the A refreshments were served by ] O the hostess I guest oi honor at a vmmer s . . " !Day cook-out Sunday at the Jonl James celeoratea ner lvie (~.ro~orv hnm~ in t'~- fourth birthday May 5 by ~'"'~ . . borne. There were 20 guests hawng the following httle * . . present. friends m for a party: Eric Dunstan, Jeannea Higbee,a,a AUCTION MARKETS :30 A.M. & 11:40 A.M. Nebr is a Best Thing That's Happened in Forage Crops Since Alfalfa! 0 Great for ummer forage, whatever the seaaon . . . DeKalb Sudax Brand SX-11, the Original Sorghum-Sudan- grace hybrid, i bred to make the most of every drop of moiature. In favorable sea ons, SX-11 grows and grow,producing green feedearly--and often. When it's dry, growers say SX-ll continue to produce pal- often after other arable forage, ot~en crops dry up. Order DeKalb Sudax Brand SX-11 now. "K-Itttll" ml "~Ua~t" ire Itqlm~ Ir~l tumke~ are Vadet~ Oee~j.tio.e, Fore PASTURE HAY HAYLAGE GREEN CHOP and Brian Berneking Birth- day supper cook-out guests Hills, and were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mother's Day James, Mr. and Mrs. Banks and 46th wedding ann[vet- Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Joe sary dinner was held Sunday Kingsley, Jennifer Young, at the Bert Sanderson home Jeri and Jeff James, and Mr. in Lebanon. Guest included and Mrs. Gerald James. i , MOBIL TIPS tvwy Mrs. Martha Mohr and Mrs. Mabel Cathcart of Scotts simply because you are the reason , bluff, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hills, :for our being. Utility s defined as "the Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Me- quality or state of being useful". With Caulley and Terry, and the hosts. OUt serving you and your needs .; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beam tiltty would be futility. w~re Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fogo and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hawk- ins spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost. Lee Kriley, Sharon Flavin and Due Small were involv- ed in a :t-car accident Sat- urday eveniag. All received cuts and bruises. Sharon [~0~:s -- ~ Flavin had to remain in the Charily Loves and the " '"~"" hospital. 0,s Glen Rightmeiers of Man- "--'-- kato took Jimmy Love to had to do it to meet o~Wichita on Thur~lay. Jimmy left by plane for Oakland, Diagram, of a Texas trial, shows We welcome Mrs. Motor- Calif on Friday morning for telephones are a practical way to brighten up your home. Smart markable regrowth power of [st, always - and she'll overseas duty. complement any room setting. Choose from pink, white VeKalb Sudax Brand SX-n. Jim Love was guest of be thrilled at the friendly honor at a birthday supper or beige. And the cost is just a fraction of DAVID DEMARAY Be colorfully practical. Call the telephone business office or Burr Oak 587-3527 servtcem . DODD service we give. When at the Charles Love, Jr your wife wants the wind- home in Bel|eville, Wednes- shield cleaned - tell her to drive in day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charle Love, Sr were also E And, as your need for low cost electrl power increases, the word "utility" takes on even greater significance. Out' pledge of utility to you must include continuing research and developm t to meet o22. future needs. Yes your consumer-owned E10e. tric Cooperative is very much awar that Utility begins with YOU, and it'll yo u that we continue to work.