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JEWEI~ COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 13, 1976 Page 2 - Section 1 THRONSON - OBITUARY Marvin Clarence Thronson, eldest child of Carl and Oleanna Thronson, was born May 15, 1904, on alarm south- west of Mankato, and died st his farm home north of Man- kate May 4, 1976, at the age of 71 years, 11 months and 18 days. Clarence, one of eight chil- dren, was a devoted family man and a friend of all who knew him. He was baptized and reared in the Lutheran faith and was a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church ot Mankato. On December 23, 1925, he was united in marriage to Anna Gunlicks. To this union were born two children, a son who died at birth and one daughter, Doris Ann. Clarence and Anna spent .their entire married life ~farming in the Mankato com- ~munity. In December of 1975 ~they celebrated their Golden Wedding7 Anniversary. : He leaves to mourn his ~ssing his wife, Anna; his daughter, Doris Ann and hus- band, Rex Kennedy; four grandchildren, Danny, Dennis, Chert and Jeri Kennedy; four brothers, John and wife, Myrna, Orville and wife, La- Vona, Elmer and wife, Lois, !of Mankato and Ossie and wife, ! Mary, of Omak, Wash.; three sisters, Jessie and husband, i Murrell Graham, of Mankato, Marie and husband, Jack Mor- !r is, of Minden, Nebr., and ; Mrs. Helen Biggs of Minden, Nebr.; numerous other rela- tives and many friends. He was preceded in death by his infant son and his par- ! ents. ~I cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead. He is just away, With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand He has wandered into an unknown land And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since ; he lingers there, And you-oh you, who the wildest yearn For the old-time step and the glad return Think of him faring on, as dear In the love of There, as the love of Here. Think of him still as the same, I say, He is not dead - he is just away. Funeral services were held Friday, May 7, at 2:00 p.m. at the Kramer Funeral Home with Rev. Joseph C. Myers ct the American Lutheran Church from Smith Center of- ficiating. Music was provided by Richard Thomas and Vera Walker. Pallbearers were Raymond Everson, Merrill Everson, GlenEverson, Garry Everson, Carroll Thronson and Jack Blair. Honorary pall- bearers were Orville Wilson, Roy Powell, Ted Hedges, Jack Lawrence, Reed Motes, Ralph Russell, Levi Murphy and Raymond McDilL Interment was in the Mount Hope Cem- etery. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all the friends and relatives for the cards, food, flowers and ex- pressions of sympathy follow- ing the death of our husband, father and brother. A special thanks to the A.L.C.W. for serving dinner. Your thought- fulness will always be re- membered. Anna Thronson Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kennedy, Danny, Dennis, Cheri and Jeri Mr. and Mrs. John Thronson Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thronson Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Thronson Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thronson Mr. and Mrs. MurrellGraham Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morris Mrs. Helen Biggs Friends and relatives'from out of town here to attend the funeral of Clarence Thronson were: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mor- ris, Mlnden, Nebr.; Mrs. Helen Biggs, Minden, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Thronson, Omak, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Everson, Hutchin- ~ ~ ,:;~:~:: ~ ~e~" ~ m .... Jim Kelly of Cawker City sold 5 Black Whiteface Cows with Baby Calves at side for $410.00 a pair. Bud Lange of Mankato was the buyer. Earl Varney of Jewell sold 2 Whiteface Steers averaging 425 lbs. last Friday. The buyer was C. Saint of Jewell for $47.25 per 100. BOB ISAAC Mankato, Kans. VAIL McCLINTOCK Beloit, Kans. I I son; Merrill Everson, Burns- ville, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Everson, David and Cris, Hutchinson; Garry Everson, Smolan; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gunlicks, North Platte, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gun- licks, Fairbury, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Melby, Scan- dia; Marjorie K. Savoy and Renee, Topeka; Paul F. Hei- man, Heloit; Mrs. Robert Flynn, Abilene; Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence, Bellaire; Mrs. J. E. McDill and Alma, Manhattan; Mr. and Mrs. Les Houser, McPherson; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layton, Randall; Mrs. Chariie Russell, Web- her; Harold Morris, Formoso; Mr. and Mrs. A1 Kock, Steve and Angle, Washington; Char- les Harris, Burr Oak. JOHNSON - OBITUARY Ira Rozella Johnson, daughter of Waiter Collie and Carrie (Shuck) Collie, was born at Jewell, Kansas Octo- her 6, 1902. At an early age her parents moved to Salina, Kansas where she entered school. In a few years they moved to a farm near Ionia, Kansas where Iva attended school and graduated from Ionia High School in 1922.. After taking piano lessons from her aunt, Edna Oline, she became avery good instructor in elementary music, giving music lessons throughout the area and driv- ing a one horse buggy to her pupils. As music was her big in- terest she attended one sum- mer session at Kansas State College in Emporia music. She loved to play the pi- ano for the old silent movie theaters and played at church services during her earlier years: She also played saxo- phone and drams in the Ionia band. On September 14, 1922 she was married to Andrew John- son at Beloit, Kansas. After making her home in Ionia for a few years, she moved to Elgin, Kansas in October of 1925. She was still active in music and continued to give piano lessons and played for church services st the Meth- odist church. In 1941 she moved toSedan where she resided until her death on April 26, 1976. Her over 53 years of wedded life was filled with devotion to her home, her husband and her dear friend, Rita Haddican* She leaves, besides her husband, one sister, Coraiene Smith, Baxter Springs, Kan- sas; one brother, Wendell Col- lie, Esbon, Kansas. Three brothers, Vernon, Walter Jr., and Merlin Clair preceded her in death. She left five nieces and nephews. Her nephew, the Rev. Dick Smith, assisted with the ser- vice. 'GLANCES WITH MARY FRANCES By Mery Fmm m Heldnm, Jewell County Home Economics Agent Dress safely Around Machinery Today's farmer need not dress like a football player heading for the field, but he or she should have some sim- ple head, hand, foot and body protection. Fingers frequently are in- jured around farm machinery so a pair of pi'otective gloves is essential. Slices with metal toe guards and a hard hat will reduce the occurrence of foot and head injuries. If you're uncomfortable, it can distract you from the job being done. When operating equipment, wear ggmd clothing that fits well. Add extra lay- ers at clothing in cold weather, but don't overdress so much that movement causes fatigue. Stay out of sloppy trousers and loose shirt sleeves which could get caught in a machine's mov- ing parts. Often overlooked are safety glasses or goggles, de- signed to protect the operator against sun, flying debris, blowing chaff, and low hanging branches. Choose eye protec- tion which is break-resistant and shatter pro~. Darci Blecha and her mother, Mrs. Melvin Blecha, left, of Mankato converse with' Janice and Mrs. Virgil Mar- steller of Abilene duringtheir April 29 visit to Colby Com- munity College. Miss Blecha and Miss Marsteller made the trip to interview for admis- When working around dan- gerous pesticides and sprays, protect yourself and other workers with appropriate breathing apparatus. This may be a simple face mask or with more dangerous chemicals, a cartridge-type filter and respirator system. Ear muffs, ear plugs, or cotton will protect ears from excessive noise which could cause a hearing loss. Your Question, Please Mrs. Ron Stouffer, Man- kate, asked whether there is any significant difference bet- ween stamped and cast alu- minum in a pressure canner. It needs to be heavy enough to withstand the pressure in- volved. Pressure canners and cookers are made of materials strong enough to withstand pressure. Aluminum, either cast or heavy-gauge sheet is most common. In hard water areas the inside c( an aiu- mtnam canner will darken, but this does not impair Rs use- fulness. Stainless steel is sometimes used for cookers and for canner llds, a special type of enameled steel for can- her kettles. In the past, espec- ially in times of metal short- age, some canner kettles were made of enameledware or tin- ned steel, both of which should be handled with care to avoid damage; too much heat above the water line of such kettles may cause tin to melt, enamel to crack. and Apply in Person to Chuck Tuttle An Equal Opportunity Employer Mankato, Kansas sion to the college's animal hospital technology program. JEWELL CO-ED WINS CCC SCHOLARSHIP Connie Eilert, Route Two, Jewell, has been awarded a Colby Community College En- dowment Association aca- demic scholarship. She will begin her studies at CCC in August. Miss Eilert is a senior at Jewell High School. An- nouncing her award is Hom- er F. Bearrick, director of financial aids. A National Honor Society member at Jewell, Miss Eil- ert has been a member of Future Farmers of America, Y-Teens, Pep Club and the Westernaires. She has com- peted in track, sung with the vocal mixed ensemble, serv- ed on the annual staff and par- ticipated in drama. She is al- so a 4-H'er. This year she has edited the annual. Her talents on the track have earned her an A- team letter; She sings in the mixed ensemble that earned a *Onet rating at the State Mu- CAMPBELL RURAL APPRAISAL SERVICE 605 N. Commercial 913-378-3452 MANKATO, KANSAS 66956 REAL 'ESTATE" WANTED: New Plan for Purchase of 3 Many buyers have coniae- Bedroom Mankato Home ted our o ices this week Buy R with lot or buy it and wanting farms. We have calls move to your own location. for 5 farms now! $28,300. A lot for a tittle! Is what you get in this 3 Bedroom, 7 room plus bath New 1450 HOME eligible for the 5% Home Purchase TAX CRED- IT. Only 4 blocks to school. On 10080 sf lot. Phone 378-3452 or write CAMPBELL, Box 1, Mankato, for picture and floor plan: Price reduced! This home at I01 Bums Drive won't last long. 6 room, 3 bedroom, 2 baths, with LARGE living room. Full partly finished basement. Large 2-car garage being buiR. Just the home for LIVELY youngsters. Take a look! 1056' sf 3 bedroom, full poured concrete basement NEW Home at 108 N. Clin- ton. 33 year interest financing available to qualifying buyer. Seller hate to go . but job says so! Zimmer Real Estate and Auction Beloit, Ks. 738-2010 IF YOU HAVE NEED TO BUY or SELL a FARM or HOME or wish your property AUCTIONED or INVENTORIED for ESTATE PLANNING Call "CAMPBELL THE APPRAISER" 378-3482 We also have Jewell Co Ownership Plat or Maps showing Roads. MAIL orders to ::;:::i:::::;:;::: ] The trust of a child is a beautiful thing. Do you merit it? Box I, Mankato 66956. Map$ $3 plus S0c handling. Sure, you work hard every day to keep up payments on the nice, modern house where he has a room of his own -- with enough toys in it to make two kids happy. You give him the best mod- ern medical and dental care. You even started a special bank account for him -- for the years when he will be going to college. But -- haven't you missed some- thing? In your concern for his mental and physical well-being, haven't you overlooked that elusive, vital "some- thing" called the soul? Remember, man is neither all mind nor all body. He has a spiritual side, too! Copyright 1976 K~ster Advertising S~n/ice, Inc., Strasburg, ,Virginia Scriptures selected by The American B*ble Society sic Festival and earned a Evening Service.. "One~ in improvised duet act- ing at the State Speech and Drama Festival. Miss Eilert is the daughter of Kathryn Eilert of Jewell. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday leaiah Habakkuk Matthew I Samuel Daniel Daniel Daniel 3~15-21 3:13-19 6:24-34 17:41-50 1:1-17 3:13-28 6:10-23 ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH WESLEY CENTER Rupert Harrell, Pastor Wilbur D. Buckley, Pastor Sunday School... 10:00 a.m. A Hearty Welcome Awaits You Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m. Sunday School... 10:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m. BURR OAK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH C. Milton Lenz, Pastor Annabelle Grubbs, S.S. SuPt. Sunday School... 10:00a.r~. Mid Week Prayer Sunday Ev~ing .. 7:00 P.m. Worship .......11:00 Meeting (Wed,) 7:30 P.m~' ibrayer Meet|ng - ' ..... Prayer Meeting - .... Wednesday... 7:30 pore. Fridays ..... 9:30 a.n~, CHURCH OF Jr. MYF - 2nd THE NAZARENE Ellis and Judy Sedlacek, Pastors Sunday School... 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Service . 7:30 p.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday... 7:30 p.m. Youth Service, Wednesday ... 7:30 p.m. HARMONY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Vernon R. Snider, Pastor Church School... 9:45 a.m. Worship Service. 11:00 a.m. 'Choir (Wed.) .... 8:00 p.m. w CATHOLIC PARISHES OF ESBON AND SMITH CENTER Father Richard Lutgen Sacred Heart, Esbon: Sun- day Mass at 8:00 a.m. (con- fessions at 7:30 a.m.). Smith Center, St. Mary's: Sunday Mass at 10:00 a.m. (confessions at 9:30 a.m.). DENTONIA CHURCH oF CHRIST (7 miles south of 36) Bible Classes... 9:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Worship ....... 10:30 a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lloyd Jordan, Pastor Sunday School... 10:00 a.m. Worship ....... 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship. 7:00 p.m. Mid Week Prayer Meeting (Wed.) 7:30 p.m. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH James LaRue, Pastor Sunday School... 10:00 a.m. Worship Service. 11:00 a.m. W.Y ......... 7:00 p.m. Evening Service.. 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ... 7:30 p.m. OLIVE HILL CHURCH R.R. 1, Superior, Nebr. John James, Pastor Harry Blackstone, Supt. Sunday School... 9:30 a.m. Church Service.. 10:30 a.m: Youth Service...6:30 p.m. Evening Service.. 7:30 p.m. Mid Week Prayer Meeting (Wed.) 7:30 p.m. FORMOSO COMMUNITY CHURCH James German, Minister Sunday School... 9:45 a.m. Wed ........ 7:00 p.l~ Mrs. Arnold Ernst, Mrs. Jerry Vader, Spon. Sr. MYF - 2nd and 4th Wed... ..... 7:00 p.m. Mrs. Keith Terrill, SPOn. UMW - 3rd Wed.. 2:00 p.m, BURR OAK CHRISTIAN CHURCH Jim Vinyard, Minister Sunday School... 10:00 a.W, Morning Worship. 11:00 a.rgo Jet Cadets (Men.) 4:20 pJg., Bible Study (Tues.) 7:30 p.r~, Jr. High Youth, 1st & 3rd Wednesdays.. 7:30 p.~, St. High Youth, 1st & 3rd Wednesdays.. 7:30 p.W, C.W.F., 3rd Wednesday... 2:00 EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Einar Smith, Pastor Worship Service. 9:00 a.r~, Sunday School... i0:00 a.l~, MANKATO CATHOLIC CHURCH Mass Schedule Sundays ....... 8:00 a.IV, For information, call 725-Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m. 3561 or 725-4565. Youth Fellowship. 6:30 p.m. NORTHBRANCH Evening Service. 7:30 p.m.FRIENDS CHURCH WEBBER UNITED Prayer Meeting & Bible Don Delaney, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH Study (Wed.).. 7:30 p.m. Herbert Jeffery, S.S. Supt, Loren J. Silsby, Pastor Phone 361-2664, Republic MONTRO~--'-'~-~ED Sunday School... 10:00 a.r~. Keith McKeown, S.S. Supt. METHODIST CHURCH Worship .......11:00 a.r~, Morning Worship. 9:30 a.m. Vernon R. Snider, Pastor Friends Youth... 6:45 p.r~, Church School... 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Dale Rothchild, SuptoEvening Worship.7:30 p.r~, Worship Service. 9:00 a.m.Prayer Meeting - UNION CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Burnis Humphrey, Pastor Morning Worship. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School... 10:30 a.m. THE MANKATO CHRISTIAN CHURCH Stanford E. Murrell, Pastor Worship and Communion .. 11:00 a.m. Bible School .... 10:00 a.m. Board Meeting, 2nd Monday.. 8:00 p.m. Christian Gleaners, 2nd Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Church School... 10:30 a.m. RANDALL CHURCH NOTES Combine Services, Christian and United Methodist Rev. John Gilbert, Pastor Worship Service. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School... 10:30 a.m. Gene Barrett, Supt. Don Robinett, Ass't. Supt. Christian Church: Velma Ramsey, Memorial Chairman United Methodist Church: Helen Cash, Memorial Chairman Wednesday ... 7:30 p.n~, ESBON CHRISTIAN CHURCH AND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rural Flames Parish Sidney C. Dillinger, Pastel Ionia: Sunday School... 10:00 a.~, Worship .......11:05 a.~, Odessa: Worship ....... 8:45 a.~, Sunday School... 9:35 a.n~ Esbon: Morning Worship. 9:55 a.W Church School... 10:45 a.~ Sponsored by the following A4ankato Business Firms: Jensen Oil & Gas Co. A4ankato Lumber Co. The First National Bank Mankato Livestock, Inc. R-K ShoDper, Inc. Boogaarts Mankato Laundry Jewell. County Record Buffalo Roam Steakhouse