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4 r JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 13, 1976 Page 2 - Section 2 [@ Sponsored By The Progressive Esbon ,44erchants "Frosty" Heartiest congratulations to Mr. and Mrs, Gary Kindler on the arrival of Joshua Ken- neth, weight, 8 pounds :O ounces last Tuesday morn4ng. He has a sister, Tiffany, to greet him when he comes home. Happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kindler and Mrs. Emma Etoffhines is a proud great-grandmother. In honor of Mother's Day and the anniversary of Mr. and "Mrs. Herman Broeckelman, the following had dinner at Betty's Care Sunday noon, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Broeckel- man, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Per- outek and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Broeckelman and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Broeckelman and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lamb came the last of the week from Colorado to visit relatives. They are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Lamb and have visited George Lamb at the nursing home in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frost and Jacque were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones. Later the Joneses joined relatives at the Clayton Hughes home near Formoso. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Quy of Sun City, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Quy of Superior were there. Harvey showed films of Hawaii, etc. Mrs. Aurelia Shook sang a solo for the church special on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Lorence of Shawnee were weekend house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merley Kindler, May 1 and 2. A May birthday party was held at the home of Mrs. Dilla Phillips last Wednesday after- noon. Those present were Mrs. Emma Hoffhines, Carol Kind- ler, Mrs. Ruth Colson, and Mrs. Phyllis Colson of Man- kato, Mrs Mabel Marihugh, Veronica Marihugh, Shirley Marihugh and children, Mrs. Doris ttughes, Mrs Vera Frost, Mrs. Lila Frost and children, and Mrs. Anita Itoo- ten. The hos~sses, Mabel Marihugh and Vera Frost, car- ried out the Bicentennialtheme with appropriate- decorations. Mrs. Lila Frost had baked a red, white and blue tier cake which was served with ice cream. The honored guests were Mrs. Dilla Phillips, Mrs. Phyllis Colson, and Mrs. Ver- onica Marihugh. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lee of Mayetta, Ks., surprised Mr. and Mrs. Merley Kindler last Wednesday evening when they came to spend the night and visit. The Round Table Club of Smith Center entertained the ARC Craft Class lastWednes- day. Shirley Avison, Jacque Frost and Neta Pletcher at- tended the meeting. Comic movies were shown and then refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Love, Jr., Amy and Marie of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rightmeier and Richard of Mankato brought cake, fruit salad and ice cream to the Charles Love home Sundayaf- ternoon to celebrate Mother's Day. Mrs. Leonard Meyer of Wichita called to wish her Happy Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Love called on Mr. Glen Love in Mnkato Sunday evening. Mrs. Orval Sharpe accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. George Ream, Mrs. Fred Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Ream to Grand island to spend the day with Mrs. Allen Snyder. Christy Ream and Mike Nebel drove up later. Mrs. Earl Silsby was a guest of Mrs. MerlaHulbert at the salad banquet atthe Metho- dist Church in Mankato last Wednesday evening. The Merle Lewis' are proud owners of a new Pontiac while Harry Kindlers are driv- ing a new Buick. The Everett Benoits and Paul Frosts also have new Pontiacs, Mrs. Glen Dodd enjoyed calls from Mrs. Rose Youngof Omaha and Mrs. Mary Hender- son of Colorado Springs, on Mother' s Day. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Zadina of &alina and Mrs. Agnes Za- dina of Mankato spent Satur- day evening with Mrs. Mary Hajny and Mrs. Glen Dodd. Miss Judy Lewis and friend spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lewis. Those who enjoyed dinner at Betty's Cafe Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lewis, Mrs. Lillie Lewis, Miss Judy Lewis and friend. The Whitemound Builders 4-H Club tour will be held May 22. Mrs. Mildred McCarty and Mrs. Obert called on Mrs. Lil- lie Lewis the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wad- dle and family of Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baker and family of Superior spent Moth- er's Day with Mr. and birs. Ray Baker. Mr. and Mrs. RussellWiehl and Staci spent Saturday with the Bruce Corricks. Cindy Corrick was home from Be- loit. Just two more weeks of school. Timepasses soquick- ly. Don't forget the Baccalaur- eate service Sunday evening and Commencement Tuesday evening. Sunday, May 16, a retire- ment reception will be held for Rev. and Mrs. Loren Silsby at Republic from 2 to 5 p.m. Friends from his former churches are invited to attend. The Esbon United Metho- dist Church will hold the Vaca- tion Bible School from May 24 through the 28th in the af- ternoons. All children of the community are invited to at- tend. Mrs. Shirley Marihugh will be the director. Mrs. Aurelia Shook visited Mrs. Helen Wagner last Wednesday. Mrs. Aurelia Shook and Henry Diecker spent Mother's Day with their aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Diecker at Lebanon. Mrs. Marie Burdette of Ionia and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dieck- er of Duncan, Okla., who were weekend house guests were also present for the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Marl- hugh and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beam and children of Smith Center were Sunday afternoon callers at the Harold Beam home. The Claude Frosts enjoyed Mother's Day calls from Mrs. Glenda Williams and Denise of Rio Hondo, Tex., and Mrs,Joe Hennigan of Lake Charles, La. Mrs. Orren Bronson and Kevin had Mother's Day din- ner with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby. The MelvinSilsbyfam- Corn, Milo, Forage, Sudax, Alfalfa C42A Plus and C42Y Plus Green Bug Resistant Bring home the bacon with new Cooper 35% Sow & Gilt Concentrate. Go for top profit potential with this new ration for sows, gilts and boars. 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Mr. and Mrs. Max Peters (Dianne Reinert) are the par- ents of a girl, Kimberly Kay, 7 pounds 4 ounces, born April 29th. Mrs. Bennie Reinert went down on Monday to help with the new baby until Thursday. Congratulations to the new parents and happy grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Reinert. Mrs. Grace Dutton and Mrs. Aurelia Shook went to Red Cloud Friday and visited Mrs. Mae Paxson, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Jeffers, Mrs. Guy Hancock, and Mrs. Gertrude Bonner. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Rein- ert accompanied eight other couples from Downs and Os- borne to Wichita last Friday to attend the Polka Festival on Saturday. There were from 1,400 to 1,500 couples there to hear the various polka bands from all over to participate in the contest. Mr. and Mrs. Reinert and Mr. and Mrs. Don Brummer stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Don Colson and Sonya. On Sunday, the nine couples from this area had a picnic dinner in the park before re- turning home. Mr. Larry McKinnis, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dodd and the senior class left Friday for their annual Sneak. Hope you all had a good time. Mrs. Leland Frost was the honoree for a Mother's Day dinner from Leland and Pare Frost. She also enjoyed calls from Patty Shook and Daryl Frost and families in Fort Collins. Mrs. E, E. Ransom Our weather is cloudy and cool with no rain to mention. Cold nights and some tender things got frozen. Everyone is farming, as today is May 10th, and we think of planting corn and other crops by this time of the year. We are hoping to have it warm up soon, also hope for more rain. Clarice and Audrey Mor- row will go to Concordia to- day. Audrey has an appoint- ment with her eye doctor. There will be a card party at West Branch next Saturday night, May 15th, with apotluck lunch. Berniece Shirley and Peggy Ormsbee are the host- esses, so come and playcards with us. Yesterday was Mother's Day and there were not as many at church as usual. This mother thanks all of her loved ones for the cards, letters, pictures and flowers, and also for all the other nice things she received. I think this is all today, as we find the big tractor tire needs to take a trip to town this Monday morning before going out to the fleld~ Mrs. Wilbur Obert Mrs. Anna Daniels, acous- in of John Phillips, passed away at Hill City. Anna was 101 years and many will re- member her from the Ionia area. Odessa people would liketo know if there will be people from a distance on Memorial Sunday who would like a din- ner. If so let us know. Church will be at 11:00 on Memorial Sunday with Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. WilburObert took their grandson Brian, to Salina Wednesday to meet his dad and they went to their home at Mulvane. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark and Mr. and Mrs, Earl Findley of Burton visited Joe Reinert on Saturday. Earl and Shelly are driving a lovely new car. Odessa Homemakers met with Phyllis Carlgren Thurs- day evening. Rhonda gave a very interesting lesson on Medicines. We were happy to have Helen Wagner with us. Margie Marihugh was also back from Texas where she spent the winter. A lovely lunch was served by the hostess and we enjoyed a plant and seed ex- change. I received so many cards and letters on Mother's Day. Thanks to everyone. Dixie Obert was a Satur- day and Sunday visitor of Wil- bur Oberts, Other Mother's Day guests were Mary and Hazel Obert. Ken Larson was an afternoon caller. Sunday dinner guests of Mike Youngs were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark and Doug, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Findley and Mrs. Charolette Keller and girls. Sunday dinner guests of Ernie Kattenbergs were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kattenberg. Mr. and Mrs. VurlThomas and Lori were Sunday dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Patterson, in Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Young, and Mrs. Charolette Kindler and girls visited Joe Reinert Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert visited Henry Kellers Sunday evening. Mrs. Vurl Ray Thomas and son of Osborne visited Vurl Thomas Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller and Audrey Youngvisited Ruby Bronson at the Beloit hospital Thursday. Yesterday was Mother's Day. How many with living mothers gave time to go see your mother and let her know you appreciate her? Oh sure, flowers, gifts or cards, butdid you tell her how much you ap- preciated her or took time to spend the day with her? Some day that opportunity won't be there, and you can't turn back the pages of time. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bart- ley and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Weeks and son were Sunday guests of the Tom Tuckers of Wichita. Jim Bartleys were also there. Debbie Clark is changing jobs and going to work at the Colorado General Hospital which is an advancement in her work as well as pay. bie is a devoted murse loves her work as well helping people. She is ghter of Mr. and Clark. Hopefully the frost damage the wheat crop area, but there was ice morning and frost er mornings. Visitors of Joe Reinert Sunday were Mr. and Tony Reinert, Mr. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. and Paul Hesting. The American Auxiliary of Esbon will help to entertain at the kato hospital. Won't call and offer your ~help. Call Mrs. Lorena I think May 25th is the Mrs. LoVona Bartley Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lawrence, and Mrs. Mendenhall of Beloit were Monday noon guests of their niece, Mr. and Mrs. JennirgS Borger. Ionia bicentennial commit" tees are meeting Monday eve* ning, May 9, to make the final plans for the Bicentennial to he held May 29. The will be at 10:00 a.m. Entries can still be made. The Ionia Booster Club has sponsored a number of fund raising events for the Bicentennial. Sylvia Rose has been quite ill and hospitalized for tests and observation. She is a member of the 8th grade class. Mrs. Annie Daniels City, passed away last ( inued on PHONE 725-4411 ESBON, KANS. 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