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A HOME PAPER DEVOTED TO HOME NEWS THE Br r /N'I'ER T5 OF BURR OAK AND JEWEIL -VOLUME 94 BURR OAK HERALD, BURR OAK, JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1976 Mrs. Forrest Howard Mr. and Mrs. August Mon- tey and family of Osborne were Saturday dinner guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frasier and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shott were Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pair. Mrs. James Calder and Diane of Hardy, Nebr,, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wacke., Martha and David of.Edgar, Nebr., were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Underwood. Mr. Art Aspegren was ad- mitted to the St. Joseph's Hos- pital in Concordia on Tuesday for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bauer and Dwayne McKeown of Clay Center, Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown and family of near Webber and Mrs. Nancy Li- kens of Overland Park brought dinner to the David Demaray home on Mother's Day. Lowell McNichols entered St. John's Hospital in Salina Friday where he had a new pacemaker attached to the heart. A group of the Wagon Wheelers Square Dance Club went to Kensington Thursday evening where they attended the square dance. Jim Hays of Wichita was the caller. Mrs. Bess Meeker, Duane Bennett and Mrs. Dana Thom- as were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bennett in honor of Duane's birthday. Mrs. Edna Mohler was a Sunday afternoon and over- night guest of Mrs. PhilaCal- aban. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cock- roft and family, Mr. and Mrs. Terry McCutcheon, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Cockroft were guests to a potluck dinner at the Erich Penner home Mother's Day. Mrs. George Cosand left Sunday morning for Portland, Me., where she will visit her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Kwatcher. Mr. and Mrs. Derald Decker and Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker had Mother's Day dinner at Betty's Cafe in Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Den- nis Garman and boys. Besides Mother's Day, Mrs. Boyles was celebrating her birthday. Kathy Frasier of Goodland, Mrs. Robert Frasier and Pa- tricia of Superior, Mrs. Mar- jorie Nelson of Sublette and Margaret Frasier of the LTC in Mankato were Sundy sup- per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frasier and boys. June Frasier, Pete Brummer and Judy Frasier of Beloit were evening visitors follow- ing the Baccalaureate service at the high school. Mrs. Mattie Grubbs, Mrs. Vera McDonnel and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jeffery were Moth- er's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Grubbs. Dallas Foster of Rawlins, Wyo., was a Saturday evening and overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Hawkins. Robert Korb, Mrs. Olive Miller and Mrs. Retha Foster were also guests for homemade ice cream in the evening. , Mrs. Nettle Johnson was a Mother's Day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson and Bobby. Mrs. Daisy Heskett was a Mother's Day dinner guest of Mrs. Bill Kiehl and Shannon, Mrs. Gerald Ohmstede and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hes- kett and PaulaofMankato, Mr. and Mrs. Don Pardi and son of Belleville. Mike Heskett and Linda Eilert were callers in the afternoon. Mrs. Mattie Grubbs and Mrs. Olive Miller were Sat- urday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray. Mr. and Mrs. Jervy Harris of Caddams, Nebr., and Paul Benchen of Guide Rock were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kiehl and fam- ily. Mrs. Clell Hancock, Mrs. Lowell McNichols, Mrs. Den- nis Garman, Mrs. Earl Buck- Icy and Mrs. Lee Garmanmet Wednesday morning at the Town and Country Cafe forthe final plans for the Mother- Daughter Banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thorup of Smith Center and Larry Thorup of Kansas City were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan McMil- lan were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hamilton and family of Man- kate. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Louder were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Critchfleld at Asherville. Miss Kate Kindscher and Miss Beulah Shurtz of Beloit were Sunday afternoon visit- ors of Edna Masters. Mrs. Ron Burgess, Nicole and Bradley of Superior and Mrs. Fitz West were Monday afternoon callers on Mr. and Get your Film and Flashbulbs for that Graduation Picture $1 off Men's Perma Press Chambray Shirts Graduation Cards and Gifts We Gift Wrap! 587-4761 BURR OAK Mrs.-David Demaray. Phila Calahan and Edna Mohler were Wednesday morning callers on Mrs. Ona Williamson. Edna Masters and Mrs. Earl Mullins attended funeral services for John Armour at Solomon Tuesday. They called later at the Jack Weisgerber home in Salina. Mrs. Dale Warner was ad- mitted to the Red Cloud hos- pital Tuesday evening for ob- servation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mor- ris, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Mor- ris and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yetter and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morris and Nancy en- joyed a cooperative dinner at the Keith Morris home Sunday in honor of Isaac's birthday.. Mrs. Richard Bush of Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. V. A. Newlin of Saiina spent Mon- day at the Willard Cobbhome. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oliver and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Oliver were Sundaydin- her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oliver and Ronnie. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fullerton and Cindy of Superior were Sun- day evening visitors. David Oliver of Leadville, Colo., Carl Oliver of Wamego and Harold Partridge telephoned to wish their mother a happy Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Don Frye and daughter of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Nichols and family of Wichita and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell were Moth- er's Day dinner guests of Francis Frye of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Fear- ing and Randy of Clermont, Fla., arrived Monday to visit relatives and friends in Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sie- bert were Mother's Dayweek- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Olena and family atGen- eva, Nebr. Mrs. Reeve Hawkins was a Thursday morning callers at the David Demaray home. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Cormick spent the Mother's Day weekend in El Dorado with Mr. and Mrs. Rod Fogo and family. Mrs. Pearl Sioan and Mrs. Mary Lagergren of Mankato were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D~lhert Un- derwood and Gene in honor of Pearl's and Mary's birthdays. Mrs. Retba Foster was a Thursday evening visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Aspe- gren of Russell were Mother's Day weekend guests at ttie Art Aspegren home. They all call- ed on Art at the hospital in Concordia. Miss Illa Mullins of Ed- wardsville, who came for the reception for Mrs. Earl Mul- lins, spent Sunday night in the Mullins home. Mrs. Keith McKeown and girls were Friday eveningvis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray. The Sorosis Club met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Glenn Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Cockroft and Lori Jo of Sa- lina were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cockroft. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles were guests of their daughters and family for sup- per on May 3 at the Buffalo Roam Steakhouse in Mankato. The honored couple were cel- ebrating their 30th wedding anniversary. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas May and family, Gayla Boyles and John McConnel of Con- cordia and Mr. and Mrs. Den- nis Garman and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Gene John- son were Sunday evening vis- itors of Mrs. Kathryn Walter and Bob at Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jef- fery, Mr. and Mrs. ClayShul- da, Mrs. Debbie Platt, Mrs. Doris Hancock, Gale Burgess, Mrs. Annabelle Grubbs, Mrs. Faye Decker and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jeffery helped Mr. and Mrs. Gale Jeffery and Holly move from the Roy Naylor property to the farm home of Mrs. Bessie Isaac Saturday. Mrs. O. H. Wilson was a Sunday afternoon caller on Mrs. One Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mc- Corkle and family and Mrs. Mabel McCorkle were Moth- er's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Louder at Bet- ty's Cafe in Esbon. Mrs. Lynn Harris was a Wednesday afternoon visitor at the David Demaray home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oliver and Ronnie spent Saturdayvis- Ring Guy Oliver at St. John*s Hospital in Salina. Mr. and Mrs. MarkUnder- wood and Cory and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Underwood and Gene attended a family gather- ing at the Mary Lagergren home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ben- nett were weekend guests of her sister, Mrs. Clarence Cheesman at Leonardville. They called on Mr. Cheesman at the rest home in Leonard- ville. Mr. and I~rs. Harvey Diehl and family and Mrs. Milton Lenz, John and Lalana were Saturday ~norning callers at the Willard Cobb home. BURR OAK REVENUE SHARING PLANNED EXPENDITURES Pursuant to Rules and Reg- ulations under the State and Loc#l Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972 Public Law 92-5120, The City of Burr Oak, Kan- sas, advises of Planned Ex- penditure of Revenue Sharing allocation for the Seventh En- titlement Period beginning July 1, 1976, through Decem- ber 31, 1976. Planned Expenditure to he in the following manner based We Now Have The A.M.F. LINE OF LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TILLERS This is one of the top lines in the business. Come in - look them over before you buy. 587-2191 BURR OAK, KANSAS upon an estimated total of $766.00. Operating Maintenance Expenditure - Category 3- Public Transportation(includ- ing transit systems and streets and roads). Increased expenditure is needed for Maintenance of City streets. -Ivan McMillan, Mayor. Note: Please see Planned Use Report as reproduced elsewhere in this issue of the Jewell County Record. METHODIST CHURCH NEWS High School graduates who were honored Sunday morning were: Ron Oliver, Doug Lenz, Katie Decker, and Pam Smul- lins. Grade school graduates were Marty Boyles and Rita Hajny. Gifts were given to the Oldest Mother, Mrs. Faye Morton; the most Grandchild- ren, Mrs. Dorothy Oliver; Mother with Most Children Present, Mrs. Neai Boyles; Youngest Mother, Mrs. Carla Underwood. VALRY DELYNN GLEASON Mr. and Mrs. William Gleason of Portland, Ore., are the proud parents of a baby girt born Sunday, May 9th. The young lady weighed 7 pounds 13 ounces and was 22 inches long. She name is Valry Delyrm. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Greer of Portland, Ore. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson of Portland, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seibert of Burr Oak. BURR OAK COMMUNITY SINGSPIRATION Who - 32 community church youth singers. What - Voices Of Faith by Lister and Williams. Where - Burr Oak Forum When -Sunday, May 16, at 7:30 p.m. This will be an extra spec- ial singspiration as our youth claim these songs of faith as their own. There will be a time of fellowship following the pro- gram, and each lady is asked to bring cookies. MAILBOX IMPROVEMENT WEEK The Postal Service de- signates a week during May of each year when customers on rural routes are encouraged to examine and improve, where necessary, the appearance of their mailboxes. The week of May 17-22, has been selected this year. The purpose of Mailbox Im- provement Week is to call at- tention to the need for pro- viding mail receptacles which are designed to protect the mail from the weather and are neat in appearance, con- veniently located, and safe to use. Neat, attractive mailbox- es will make a significant con- tribution to the appearance of the countryside and streets in town. Mailboxes that meet the above requirements contribute to a more efficient delivery operation, and the'result is an improved service to the entire route. For guidelLnes on mailbox improvement see your Post- master. TOPS CLUB CHAPTER 386 Monday - Hot dogs, catsup,Mrs. Grace Burton of seasoned peas and carrots,Ore. orange juice, sweet rolls, ap- Mr. and Mrs. Dix plesauce and milk. Shannon, Brooke and Tuesday-Meat loaf, whip- were Sunday ped potatoes, gravy, seasoned of Mr. and Mrs. green beans, rolls, oleo,sen. peaches and milk. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday - Sloppy Jees, Wcerner, Arnold, buttered potatoes, sponach, and Jill Haecker were celery sticks, orange cake, nesday evening supper and milk. of Mr. and Mrs. Corbln Thursday - Pizza, lettuce erson and Andy. salad, vegetable, cookies,Mr. and Mrs. Joe We had no gainers at our meeting on May 4. Mary Cath- erine Cobb won a prize for being "queen of the week and Marceline Platt received one for "queen of the month" for April. Next awards meeting will be May 18 at the home of Edna Masters. Weigh-in time will be from 5:00 to 5:30 and the meeting will be at 6:00. At this time Vivian Reed, weight recorder, will read fruit, and milk. Friday - Sandwiches, cab- bage salad, seasoned peas, fruited Jello with topping, and milk. Happy vacation-The Cooks of the Kitchen. Mrs. Louie Hssemeyer, Jr.' Miss Grace Douthett and the results of our pledge chart. Mrs. PaulBlackstone attended The club no, no for the week is pancakes. We closed our meeting by repeating our Pledge. SMOKE SIGNALS Cregg Jeffery received a 3rd in the high hurdles and a 5th in the low hurdles at the Regional track meet at Man- hattan on May 7. Doug Lenz got 5th in the shot put. Cregg is now eligible to participate in the State Track meet at Wichita on May 14th. Grades 8-11 had a Pep Club meeting May 10. Jane Diehl will be the Pep Club sponsor for next year. The 1976-1977 high school cheerleaders met May 11 to discuss uniforms and camp. Kindergarten Parent- Teacher conference was held and their was no Kindergar- ten class that day. Seniors practiced todayfor their Commencement which is the Mother-Daughter Banquet at Good Samaritan Home in Superior Sunday evening. Miss Douthett, a former resident of this community, has been making her home at the Good Samaritan Home for the past several years. Her health is real good at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe, John and Angela visited his grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle Roe, in Superior Sunday eve- niug. Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Marty Tiet- jen, Nathan and Stuart were Dr. and Mrs. Howard Miller and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stinem and family of Lin- coln. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schuster, Kelli, Mat- thew and Meggin. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner, Arnold and Michelle May 14th. ; ~,~(and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mc- Seniors are to be at grad- Cutcheon were Mother's Day uation by 7:45. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. May 13th is the Seniors Erich PenneratMankato.Oth- last day. Y-Teen meeting was held May 3rd to honor the Seniors. Refreshments were served. Eighth grade graduation is May 17th at 8:00 p.m. These were the kids at the Kindergarten Round-Up: Marc Caidwell, Cody Dew, Teri Jeffery, Marcus Reed, Bren- da Underwood, LeRoy Vader, and Shelli Kirchhoff (Motto). School Lunch, May 17-21 er guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cockrofl of Burr Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cockroft and sons of Ionia and Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Cockroft and Lori Jo of Saiina. Thursday eveningvisitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe and family were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Essink and sons of Nelson. Thursday coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burge were Mrs. Annabelle Tavenner and BIG FLEA MARKETS SUNDAY, MAY 16 BeHeville, Kamms SUNDAY, MAY 23 Cou rdia, Kansas Antiques Crafts National Guard Armories 50t2" 587-2505 spent Wednesday En route home they Mr. and Mrs. lienry near Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. man, Susan and Jon were Sunday dinner gueS Mr. and Mrs. Marty Nathan and Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. HarrY' sen were Sunday evening per guests of Mr. and] Gene Malsbury at Nebr. Mr. bralsbury is Jensen's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Joe accompanied Mr. Merle Hammett to Tuesday noon where they dinner at a care. Mr. and Mrs. Ted minau of Superior Sunday evening with Mr. Mrs. Bill Kimminau, David and Susan. Mrs. Marjorie Sublette is visiting a with her brother and in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frasier. Cheryl Bargen of was a Mother's Day guest of Mr. and MrS. Bargen and Terry. Mr. and Mrs. man, Susan and Jon were Mother's Day guests of her Mrs. Iiliff Banks. Mr. and Mrs. Louie meyer, Sr. and JoAnn meyer of Hastings were er's Day supper and Mrs. Louie Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frasier and t Mrs. Marjorie Nelsond lette, were Mother's DaY ner guests at a care in Superior. Mrs. Ralph the Leadership Day at Omaha Thursday. Mrs. Vernon Mohler tended the Banquet at the Good tan Center in Superior evening with her (Continued on ongratulations racluates! Open 9-5 I/~ Mile East of Burr Home Cooked Meals Soft Ice Cream Home Grown Beef WILMA & DENNIS ROESTI SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE t Help Us Solve The Mystery of "The Missing Appliance Cart" If you have information, Please Call Phone No. 587-2661 Burr Oak, Kansas Dustcaps and Bonnets for sale. Decorative Painting on display. SHOP HOURS: 9:00 am. - 6:00 p.m. Mondays only: 1:00 - 6:00 p.m. to the Graduates of U.S.D. 277. Phone 587-2561 THEY ALL POINT IN OUR DIRECTION BECAUSE THERE IS ALWAYS A BEST PLACE TO BUY INSURANCE Stop Inl H. 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