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: t: :ii CHIROPRACTOR Mrs. Conley Cleveland and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stan- other relatives for a dinner Crystal went to Smith Center Mrs. Wylie Blair ThursdayJEWELL COUNTY RECORD Debbie, Mrs. Rick Cleveland ley Blair in Superior. May 1st to celebrate the 83rd last Monday where they metafternoon. - Thursday, May 13, 1976 Dr. K. L. Mahnke and Crystal, Mrs. Randall Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Deane birthday of C. T. Kintigh of Mrs. Dale Eishenhaur of Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Page 8 -Section 2 Cleveland, Mrs. Joe Doyle,Ross and family and Mr. and Norton. Mr, Kintigh is still Stockton and they had dinner Balty of Superior visited with rence Bird and the Don Bird 206 E. Jefferson Mrs. Wylie Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross went out to doing his own farming, together. Mrs. Randall Cleve- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garton were present. Mrs. Glenn Imler were the Superior for Mother's Day Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence land, Mrs. B. K. Fuller and Saturday morning. After a recent rainy weel Phone 378-3202 Mr~ Clarence Jensby ones from this area who at- dinner. Wayne Ross and a Bothwell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Watts went to Has- ----------- farmers were glad for t~ The weather has been real tended the Art and Style Show friend came from Lincoln in Mrs. David Bothwell andfam- tings Tuesday. ___ __ sunshine. Field work is infu BALO ARTS chilly all week with a hard in MankatoThursdaynight. the afternoon revisit for two ily, Mr. and Mrs. Don DavisMrs. Arnold Hansen of H,ghland ~s~t,~easo,,~ freeze the morning of May 3 Mrs. Ivan Warren, Mrs. days. and Donna of Manhattan and Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. Gary hand. AND FLOWERS and 30 degrees and frost Fri- Bert Diamond, Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mrs. Helen Nelsen were Me-Lipker and family of Red Original Arts and Craftsday morning. Some lost toma- Jensby, Mrs. Darrell Hansen, Mettler, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ther's Day dinner guests of Cloud and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Mrs. Delbert Bird NOTICE Unique Gift Items toes and the potatoes wereMrs. Gene Hansen, Mrs.GeneAndreasen and Mr. and Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both- Drew and daughterofSuperior Mrs. Floyd Lewis, Miss There will not beanannu; black. Time will tell what will Stenson, Mrs. Howard Elliott, Virgil Crum had supper with well. were guests of Mr. m~l Mrs. Lois Thompson and Mrs. Eus- Ionia alumni dinner this yea Full Service Florist come out of it and if the fruit Mrs. Kenneth Simms and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Mason Mr. and Mrs. Richard Don Dunn and family for a tace Bean of Inavale were due to the Bicentennial Cele" MANKATO, KS. 66956 and wheat are damaged. TheStan Shearer went to the Stan- in Concordia last Monday eve- Howe and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne cook-out for the second birth- Mother's Day guests of Mr.bration. Open 9:00-5:00 Daily farmers are real busy thisley Van Meter home Friday ning. Howe and Phillip of St. Paul, day of Tanya Dunn. and Mrs. Robert Thompson.i - ~" Monday-Friday week planting corn. Rains and dressed chickens for Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Nebr., spent the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Cleve- Congratulations to all the J MOTORCYCLE Phone 378-3713 missed this area this week. Eddie Van Meter who is in Diamond and Rick Diamond of Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Burge land attended a Mother's Day graduates. Brad Hajny and[ ., ,, . . -- JOYCE'HOLL Lovewell Library Club Lincoln with Shane attheBurn Mankato were supper guestshad a Mother's Day dinnerfor dinner at the Kenneth Killen Kevin Reinert are Esbon High | W ~ ~ meets Thursday, May 13, with Center following his accident of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond the Richard, Wayne and Elmer home in Courtland Sunday. graduates May 17 from this | ~ B b b Mrs. Clinton Reynolds in For- May 5. last Monday evening. Howe families. Bill Stortz visited his par- area; Harold Hooton, Mary I KR moso Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Saturday Mrs. FloydDav- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bird, DeannaFlavin, Ramona [~kI~UD OB STUDIO TheWU~V ladies cleaned Vartonand Mrs.HarryFisheridson and Mrs. Dallas Dia- Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Stortz in Concordia, Sunday. Bird and Cindy Davis are 8th | ~llbL..~ M~D Specialists in Natural Color the church Wedne~ay morn- went to Wichita Thursday to mend called on LOY Davidson Frederick Thomas had supper Steve Stortz had been up from grade graduates May 18 from ] ..... ing, They had a noon luncheon visit Lindley GartoninWesley who was admitted to the hos- out at Chester on Mother'sFlorida for a few days. He will this community. ISunday, Mcly ] 6 Portraiture - Weddingsand their business meeting in Medical Center. He was inin- pital in Superior Wednesday. Day. be returning for the summer Those who have news | | .~ln D IuI For Appointment the afternoon to finish plans tensive care for several days Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren Rev. and Mrs. Silsby call-on June 1st. please call over the weekend | .......... Phone 527-2434 for the Retirement Reception but they found him somewhat were Mother's Day dinner ed at the Harold Bothwell Russell and Mrs. Carrie before Monday. This is the /5.miles North and for Rev. and Mrs. Silsby on improved. They came home guests at the Douglas Warren home Thursday evening. Thomas took Mr. and Mrs. last week of school so I will / _ Belleville, Kans. May 16. Thursday and met Mrs. Vidahome. Other guests were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby Frank Kissinger to dinner in be home to write your news. / 3/4 cost of Downs Closed Mondays and V-Club met May 4 when Inge in Concordia for a short and Mrs. Floyd Myers, Mr. and Linda and Mr. and Mrs.Superior Sunday. In the after- Mr. and Mrs. Don Bird and | Noon Hour they entertained ~neir bus- visit, and Mrs. Encille Lewis andOrville Meyer and familyvis- noon they took a drive to the family hosted a birthday din- J ~DOflSOl*ed bY = ~ bands to supper m Mankato. Mrs. ErwinSweet and Mrs. family and their exchange stu- ited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jens- Glen Elder Dam. ner for Don and Mother's Day | -- : WANTED Political Clarence Jensby accompanied dent, SylviaSerranoofGuata- by in SuperiorSundayevening. Pastor and Mrs. John dinner Sunday. Mr. andMrs. / Heart of America Mrs. Jim Jensby, Jeff, Ronnie mala, and Mr. and Mrs. Les- Mrs. Randall Cleveland,James and Karen of OliveHill Dolbert Bird andRamona, Mr. | Motol*Cvc|~ (~lub PAPER HANGING Announcements andArts Diana.Hornet Economicsthe Industrialjr. terMrs.SUchsland,Lylda SmithallofBurrOak'and George Mrs. Rick Cleveland and Church visited with Mr. and and Mrs. tester Bird, Law- L ....... s ....... INS~E PAINTING Discontinued Wallpaper, 50c Single Roll Call SIMMONS 378-3369 P.O. Box 202- Mankato ~KS BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS Fitzgerald, Cowen & Roberts, Inc. Members 1W~dwest Stock Exchange R. A. WAUGH Beloit, Ks. Ph. 738-3641 Dr. Dale A. Stewart Optometrist 115 N. Mill Horn: 9-12 -- 1-5 Thurs. & Sat. 8-12 Ph. 738-2862 - Beloit, Ks. DR. JOHN J. PATZEL !: Optometric Eye Specialist Smith Center, Kansas Dr. Merwin Peterson Doctor of Dental Surgery Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. - 5 pm. Closed Saturday Ist Door South of Mankate Professional Pharmacy Phones: Office 37gJ9 ; Residence 378-3755 Helen's Beauty Shop Shampoos - Sets Permanents 2@6 North Center St. Mankato Phone 378-3561 GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Birthday, Anniversary, Thank You, Sympathy, Cheer, Gift, etc. R-K SHOPPER, INC. FOGO PLUMBING 114 Wut Jefferson Sankato For All Your Plumbing Service Work. Phone 378-3(190 Cesspool and Septic Tank Cleaning ROWLEY'S SERVICE Bopub,e, Kansas 9131361-2795 Col. Ed Montgomery Farm Auctioneer When of having a see me for da . 1~ 378-3336 - Mankato J. M. ANDERSEN OPTOMETRIST Tuesdays & Wednesdays Gertrude Burks Candidate High Open House at Belleville for County Treasurer I will be a candidate on the Republican Ticket for the office of County Treasurer, subject to the will of the voters. Your vote and sup- port will be gladly appre- elated. --Gertrude Burks. Herschel R. Rhea Candidate for County Clerk I will be a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the will d the Democrat voters at the August Primary. Your vote and support will be ap- preciated. --Herschel R. Rhea. Jack D. Brudrick Candidate for District Magislrate Judge, PosRion I will be a candidate for District Magistrate Judge, Position 2, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the August primary. Your vote a~d support will be ap- preciated. --Jack D. Bradrick. Ardeth Wilson Candidate for Register ol Deeds I will be a candidate for Register of Deeds, subject to the will of the Republican vot- ers at the August Primary. Your vote and support will be appreciated. --Ardeth Wilsonl Herald Thompson Candidate for Commissioner, District I will be a candidate for County Commissioner, Dist- rict 2, subject to the will of the Democrat voters at the ~oUSsupt Primary. Your vote rt will be appre- ciated. --Herald Tho~ Charles L. Fogo Candidate ter Commissioner, District 3 I Will be a candidate for County Commissioner, Dist- rict 3, subject to the will d the Republican voters at the August Primary. Your vote and support will be appre- ciated. --.Charles L. Fogo. I I I Never 8aom... 8ound So Ful $o Glur, SO Tuesday evening. The Indus- trial Arts class entered the Western Kansas LA. Fair at Hays Saturday where 6 tro- phies were offered in six di- visions. Belleville brought home 5 of the 6 trophies. Kirk Clark received trophy award in 7th grade plastios for his chain lamp, Shelly Thayer, trophy award on her clock in woodwork, and Debbie Albert- son and Jeff Jensby received ribbon awards. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and family and Mr. and Mrs. ~Jack Andersen and family went to the VernPurcell home at Guide Rock Sunday evening for an indoor picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Purcell moved to the house at thediversiondam on May 1, where Vernwillop- erate that this summer. Mrs. Roy Jensby, Gwen and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. DOn Dunn and girls attended the Hub of the Nation Horse Show in Mankato Sunday afternoon. Marsha and Melanie Dunn re- ceived several trophies. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross in Mankato Friday eve- ning. They called on Mrs. Bertha Hurley and John Har- vey at the hospital in Mankato before returning home. Judy and Richard Behrends were home over the weekend. Richard moved to McCook, Nebr., 10 days ago. Becky Doyle and Connie Hancock were Saturday evening supper guests at the Sam Behrends home. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn An- dreasen and Jim and Don An- dreasen of Nelson were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Andreasen. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dia- mond and Richard and Rick Diamond had dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dia- mond. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Appleby called in the after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Blair were Saturda~ evenin~ sulkier OPAL A. STOOPS LICENSED AND BONDED ABSTRACTER 109 East Main Mankato, Kansas Telephone 378-3214 Office hours 9 A.M. to 12 Noon and 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. Monday through Friday A FUU. - WANTED - SALES: General Farm - Antique - Household - Club Sales - Bazaar Sales DOW AUCTION SERVICE Gary Dow, Auctioneer 913-725-4381 Burr Oak, Kansas SUNFI O.WER GUID/ NCE CENTER Counseling Service For All Types of Problems --- All Ages Concordia: 520-B Washington Street Phone: 243-1094 Beloit: Mitchell County Hospital Phone: 738-2266 Belleville: Republic County Hospital Phone: 527-2549 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, or Call Concordia Mankato: Jewell County Hospital Phone: 378-3137 Wedne~Klays, or Call Concordia A Tax Supported Com~mity! Service Age~ 8:30 to 5:00 120 N. Commercial Mankato, Kansas Phone 378-3220 Mansholt of Jewell and Carl Suchsland (i[" Superior. Mrs. Gladys King's grand- daughter, Debra Burtonn, brought her from Crown Point, Ind., Tuesday and they spent the night inSuperior with Mrs. Anna Graham. They spent Wednesday with Mrs. Carrie Thomas and Russell, Thurs- day with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kissiuger in Mankato, and went on to Wellington Friday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sell Lauge and Jessica and Mrs. Floyd Davidson had Mo- ther's Day dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond. Mrs. Bryan Simms and An- drea spent the day Saturday with Mrs. Floyd Davidson and the tangos. Mr. and Mrs. Don Donn and family went to Denver last Friday and attended the wed- ding of Mrs. Dunn's cousin, Christy Dove in Lakewood on May 1. They came home Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Han- sen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Groth and family of Salina, Rodney War- ren and Monty had Mother's Day dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hansen. Mrs. Rndney Warren and Craig came inthe afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Musick and Wanda of Carrollton, Mo., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Coniey Cleveland and family. Mrs. Conley Cleveland en- tertained with a wiener roast for her Sunday School class on Saturday. Those attending were Lynette McKeown, Doris Hancock, Shelly Purcell, Lori Bothwell, Kim Burge, Debbie Cleveland~snd Wanda Musick. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mettler went to the Butch Stratman home in Clay Center, Nebr., Thursday to spend a few days while Mrs. Stratman was with Les Stratman who is in the Aurora hospital follow- ing complications with the chicken pax. The Mettlers came home Saturday and Stacy Stratman came with them. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Col- lins and family of Concordia, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mettler and Stacy Stratman were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler. Mrs. Elsie Osborne, Mrs. Mac Bouray of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell and family of Repuldic were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osbgrne and Lisa in LovewelL Verlin Broyles was re- leased from the hospital last Sunday after several weeks of confinement there. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Eisen- haur and family of Stockton spent the weekend at the Ran- dall Cleveland home. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Conley Cleve- land entertained at a Mother's Day dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Randall Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Eisenhaur and family, the Burl Musicks and Wanda from Missouri. Mrs. Doris Graham of Concordia, Mrs. Peggy Le- sovsky and Heather of Munden spent all day Friday visiting Mrs. Anna R. Graham in Web- ber. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ridle called on Mrs. Anna R. Grah- am Sunday a~ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Staton came from Eudora and ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Du- ane Klntigh to Norton last weekend where they joined 31 Settle the Estate ,ornlng, We will sell the following at Public Sale. Sale ,will be held at the American Legion Hall in Burr Oak, Kans., commencing at 10:30. This farm is all farm ground - and it has 60 acres of wheat to be harvested in 1976. There will be 50 acres Of mile to be planted. There will be 50 acres to be summer fallowed and planted to wheat, in 1976 - and har- vested in 1977. The Buyer is to receive of the wheat at harvest time 1976, and is to get possession of the wheat land as soon as wheat is harvested in 1976. The Buyer is to receive a V3 share of mile harvested 1976 and possession of the mile ground on March 1, 1977. The Buyer will have to y of the fertilizer on mile in 1976. The present tenant is Kermit Jeffery. He will summer fallow 50 acres and plant the wheat in 1976 for harvest in 1977. The Buyer is to get possession of this 50 acres after harvest in 1977. The Buyer is to pay % of the fertilizer on this part of the land. This land has had some clover planted on it each year for the past 25 years. It has been very well taken care of, and is very productive land. Legal Description: Lots 9-10-15-16, Section 19-1-9, Walnut Township, Jewell County, Ks. This land is located 2 miles south of Northbranch on the west side of the road. Terms of Sale are: 25% down date of sale; balance within 30 days or as soon as good Merchantable Deed and Abstract are furnished to the Buyer. The Buyer will have the right to have the title examined before final payment. The Seller is to pay 1975 and all prior taxes. The Buyer is to assume 1976 taxes and all taxes thereafter. All mineral rights will go with the land. Owners: O Yearly Meeting Attorneys for Estate: Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer, Mankato, Kansas MURRAY REAL ESTATE & AUCTION, Auctioneer Aaron Murray, Licensed Br ker Msnkato, Kansas Phone 378-3974 [