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i': t P i'~R. Svers-Obituary had a wide acquaintance in family, Mrs. Joe Andersonq his home county, and his legis. Clarence Rhodes, Mr. andI E. Byers was born at lative work greatly broadened~ Mrs. Guy Robbins, Randall;[ County, Kans., Aug. his field of activities. He will Mr. and Mrs. Clyd~ Wilson,I He passed away at be missed by a large family Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Wilson,I in Jewell, Kans., circle and many friends. Ionia; Mrs. Bill Dillman, Bal-I 196'7, after a period of He is survived by his wife, health. Flo~sie, of the home; the Byers was one of ll daughter and three sons men- born to Wm. F. and tioned above; seven brothers Nees Byers, early-dayand sisters, Mrs. Sylvia Wat- of the Athens-Browns-son, Wilton Byers, Mrs. Win. southwest of (Opal) Dillman. Richard By- ers and Mrs. Fern Mulleneau all of California, Mrs. Clyde His life vocation was but his avocation was affairs, and he served community and fel- faithfully as a pub. Beginning as a and local school off i- continued his service commissioner and legislator. He was a of the Methodist at Jewell, Kans. In organizations, he was (Winnie) Wilson of Ionia, Kans., and Mrs. Glen (Ruth) Colson of Kansas City, Kans.; two step-daughters and a step- son of Washington state; three grandchildren, Mrs. Dave (Pa. tricia) Anderson; Jacqualine Byers and Michael Byers; ne- phews, nieces, cousins, and other relatives. Funeral services were held of Jewell Lodge No. Monday morning at the Meth- and Port Chapter odist Church, with the Rev. Raymond Curry conducting Day, Dec. 25, the service. Music was by Mrs. E. Byers and Miss Faith Kteffer, organist, and Yapp were united inRalph Stapleton, soloist: Pall- at the home of the bearers were J. L. Cross, Ken- parents, Mr. and Mrs. neth Braden, J. W. Lienberger, Yapp of the Esbon Don Durant, Calvin James, For more than 40 and J. P. Nulty. Couch and Mrs. Byers had Burial was in the home in the Jewell Cemetery. The Masonic Lodge until Mrs. Byers' had charge" of the graveside 23, 1956. Five chil- services. The Van Sickel Fun- born to Mr. and eral Home was in charge of The surviving the arrangements. are Beth of Elyria,Relatives attending the fun- of Jewell, Kans., eral services were: his step- of Rupert, Ida., and children, Clifford D. Heston Burr Oak. Kans. OneS~n Francisco, Calif., Mrs. in infancy. James German, and Mrs. H. 21, 1962, at Seattle, McCormack, Seattle, Wash.; Mr. Byers and Mrs, Mrs. Byers' friends and rela- Heston were united in tives: Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Day- They spent time at is of Pickneyville, Ill., and Mr. and Jewell but and Mrs. F. Drake, Beaver the recent sale of Crossing, Nebr.; Mr. Byers' farm, they bought relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Ed in Jewell, which has Loomis, Mankato; Mr. and place of residence. Mrs. Amos Yapp, Mr. and Mrs. above, Mr. By- Jack Byers, Burr Oak; Mr. public affairs. He and Mrs. Robert Shelton and t ALL In Stock Reduced 00 from origimfl price Complete Line In Stock Of - Washers- Dryers- Freezers I boa, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Colson, Kansas City, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. David Anderson, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yapp, Miss Jackie Byers, Manhattan; Mrs. Helen Wes- selowski, Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mosburg; Kansas City, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sowle, :Mrs. Belle Erdman, Smith Center, Kans.; Mrs. W. N. Range, Red Cloud, Nebr.; Mrs. Lola Weseman, Hastings, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Travis, Hunter, Karts.; Beth Byers of Elyria, Ohio. I Visiting hours: 10:00-11:?? A.M.: 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-8:00 P.M. Monday, May 8th; callers of Mrs. Gertrude Fiero were herl daughter, Mrs. Waunda Dana-! hue, of Mankato and herl granddaughter, Mrs. Beth Laf- len, and Billy Ray of Saline. Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson visited his sister, Miss Alice Ferguson, Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilbeck and her mother, Mrs. Stella Louder, of Burr Oak attended a meeting of Kansas Nursing Home Administrators in Wi- chita last week. When this had ended, they went on to Okla- homa City, Okla. to help the Wilbeck's little grandson, Har- ry James Derr, celebrate his second birthday. Several of the residents were given beautiful flowers for Mo- ther's Day. Mrs. Mattie Smith enjoyed a telephone conversation with her son, Mr. Norman Hendrix, and family of McPherson the evening of May 8th, which was her birthday. Mrs. Glenn Rightmeier call- ed on her grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Love, Tuesday after- noon. Mrs. Beth Tyler was a visit- or of her aunt, Miss Alice Ferguson, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilbeck were Mother's Day callers of her mother, Mrs. Stella Loud- er. in Burr Oak. his Mr. John Love visited mother, Mrs. Hattie Love, one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Loomis of Randall called Sun- day on his father, Mr. Clar- ence W. Loomis. Mrs. Will Lagergren has vis- ited Mrs. Mettle Mctz recent- ly. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hend- fix, Sue, Steven and Kenny of McPherson came Saturday to visit his mother, Mrs. Mattie Smith. She accompanied them co the Mankato E.U.B. Church Sunday morning. There Mrs. Smith received a corsage for being the oldest mother attend- ing the service and her daugh- ter-in-law was presented one for being the youngest mother. The Hendrix family returned to their home Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Fay L. Hill 'of Gypsum called on his sister, Mrs. Gertrude Fiero, Thurs- day. , , , . . Sunda) e~clting ~isitors ot Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilbeck were Mrs. Joe Couse and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larsen of Lin- coln, Kans. Mrs. Couse and Mrs. Larsen are sisters of Mrs. Wilbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barrett of Randall were Sunday call- ers of his mother, Mrs. Min- nie Barrett. Mrs. Waunda Donahue and Ann visited her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Fiero, Sunday. Flowers were received from Mrs, Alma Lirigo. From The Office Of The County Weed Supervisor Musk Thistle spraying sea. son is moving right along. In spite of our 'changeable wea- ther, many plants need to be sprayed Immediately if they are to be adequately co;ntrol- led. Seed heads will be show- ing on the bigger plants and that means a higher rate of 2 4 D application will be ab- solutely necessary to keep them from making seed~ It is suggested to either dou- ble spray your larger thistle plants or increase your rate to 2 pounds 2 4 D per acre and with a minimum of 1O gels. of water per acre. More foli- age requires greater amounts of water to thoroughly cover the plant. --Don Modlin Weed Supervisor Jewel] County CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank friends and relatives for the cards, gifts, and your visits during my stay in the hospital. Your kindness is greatly approclat- eel --John Bartholomew. ! Omaha, Nebr. -- Miss Lucy Wiley of Mankato, Kansas was presented a certificate of re- cognition at the twenty-first annual Rural Homemakers Leadership Recognition Day in Omaha. Miss Wiley was a guest of the Women's Division of' the Omaha Chamber of C~i'nmerce, Joining some 90 other nominees from Nebras- ka, Iowa and Kansas. Mrs. E. E. Ransom We have been having cloudy, damp and cold weather but nc accumulation of rain. It i,~ clear at this time, Monday morning, May 15. Mrs. Ethel Thomas had a good attendance of ladies at her Stanley Party last Friday. Mrs. Betty Jo Banks of Downs conducted the party. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore were called to Law. rence and Kansas City last Saturday morning becatise el the serious injury of Mrs. Lu- cille Maag Bond in a car ac- cident, which happened a day or two before. She was taken from the hospital in Lawrence to Kansas City. No other in- formation at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hake and family and Mr. and Mrs. M'orris Hillman and family were supper guests in the Clyde Bossen home Sunday ev ening. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Men denhall and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phannestiel, all of Hays were Sunday dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Verl Mendenhall home. It was not a good weather day, or Mother's Day either, as the Mr. Maurlce Rule, vice-pres- ident of the C. G. Johnson Boiler Co. made the presenta- tion at the evening banquet. Also pictured is Mrs. Lee Roy Nelson, in charge of the Oma- ha Chamber of Commerce Women's Division Agriculture Committee. Rural Homemakers Leader- ship Recognition Day included an all-day visit and tour of Omaha. Sponsors of the day were the Omaha Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Omaha Stockyards Com- pany and the Associated Re- tailers of Omaha. The women honored in the Rural Homemakers Leader- ship Recognition Day were nominated locally as outstand- ing leaders" in their commun- ities. weather was showery and cold. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith and Laneeta of Esbon held the Mother's Day gel-together of the Hollern family Sunday. De- lores Wassenberg and family and the IAoyd Hollern family were some of the relatives at- tending. Little Martin Hollern, 4 year old son of Donn~ and Lloyd ttollern of Stockton, will get to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Roe, for ,J week. The children all love the farm and e~joy helping with the work. The oldest child, Vicki, graduates from the 8th grade this week. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Roe visited Mrs. Myrtle Wright while in Downs Saturday after- noon. She is not feeli.ng too well at this time. She has a sister. Mrs. Delia Walker, at the I)o~vns rt,~t home where. Myrth, is also. I believe it is the Cozy Corner home. The 1):)rty at West Branch was well attended Saturday night and everyone had a good time. There will be no more meetings until fall. Lyle Sl0an won high for the men and Daxid Mendenhall, low. Mrs. Sally Sipe was high vdnner f~r the women and Georgene Bos sen, the low. while Mrs. Ethel Thomas won the lucky gift, a jar of grape jell),. The grade school at the Es- bon school building had a very good program and a good at- tendance Friday night. There w'as a temperature of below 40 degrees this morn- rag. Not good corn planting weather. Mrs. Arhy Morrow and her daughters have a flock of young chickens a few weeks old and are getting a couple hundred additional for Tueg- day. Not many poultry raisers are doing even half that good at the present price of egg.s and frying chickens. Not man), farmers have a laying flock even. Edith Folger About tJz inch of rain fell over the weekend. Cool temp- peratures most of last week. Mrs. Glenn Warner, Mrs. Vaden Winslow and Wendell Barnett attended a workshop for. consultants for summer camps at Glen Elder Friday and Saturday, Several from here attended the Mother Daughter Banquet at Burr Oak last Friday night, There was good attendance at the Women's Missionary meeting at the church base- meat last Thursday" afternoon. The quilt, for the Havilhnd Bible School Sale, was put in and quite a bit of quilting done on it. A surprise birthday par- ,'.y was successfully carried out for Edith Folger. She received a lovely arrangement of flow- ers, about 25 cards, a beauti- tully decorated cake and a coin tree. Another birthday cake and coffee were served to ~he ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence lones entertained their son, Mr. and Mrs, Donald Jopes tnd children, Mr. and Mrs. 3rowder and their daughter, Mice' Jones, of Guide. Rock, ]nd her daughter, Carolyn, and Tom Mohler and daughter, Brenda, of Superior at a din- ner Sunday. Ida Pugh and Mr. and Mrs. John Gleason of Burr Oak spent Mother's Day with their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Pugh and family .at Belleville. Gale Jeffery ac- companied them to visit Bob Pugh. The W.C.T.U. are planning a Mother's Tea for their meeting Thursday, May 18. Clear with a breeze this Men. day morning. e Mrs. Marshall Bishop Connie Blair and Linda Ross of Hays spent the weekend with their parents and attend- ed the Mother-Daughter Ban quet at Burr Oak Friday even- ing. Phyllis Stone of Ingalls and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stone and family of Lawrence, Nebr. were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone, and Dennis. Debbie Foley spent Sunday with the Robin Anderson girls of Mankato and Rita Anderson was a guest of Becky Foley. The Harrison and Webber Extension clubs held a joint meeting Wednesday afternoon I I I I I [Ii il JEWELL COUNTY/RECORD Thursday, May 18, IN? Page ? - Section I i at Webber. Mary Frances Hol- dren gave the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black- stone called on Mr. and Mrs. ]Se Burge Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Black- stone were Thursday evening visitors at the Paul Black- stone home. Mrs. Lloyd Davis was hos- tess to the West Side Circle of the Olive Hill Misglonal~ Fellowship Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Paul Blackstone was hoa, tess to the Paulette Circle and the Dorcas Circle held an all, day meeting with Mrs. Bob Harvey. Our daughter, Mary Fvancm McMains called us Sunday for Mother's Day telling us that Lyle was able to go back to work. He is employed at the Cascade Plywood Mills in Le- banon, Ore. and has been Ill for three years with a heart condition. Mrs. S. L. Clark of Juniat~, Nebr, spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Dye, and family and attended the MotherDaughter Banquet at Burr Oak Friday evening. Mrs. Gall tiudiburgh called on Mrs. Guy Allington Thurs- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ger- man of Saline spent the week- end with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lynn Garman and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boylas., Mrs. Joe Hamilton called on her sister, Mrs. Mattle Brown, at the Superior hospital Thure- day evel)ing. Mr, and Mrs. Blaine Wa~'ren of Wakeeney spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Ads Warren. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Andrews and Bill)' spent Sunday with their son, Marvin, and family of Turon. Mr. and Mrs..Harry Bl'aek- stone and Jerry spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Cot- win Seamans, Corwin and baby. Illll I I CORN, MILe, ANEI FORAGE SORGHUM Formosa, Kansas FR 4.2fb , C Imal I J l I | A Marcella Domme B Helen Gore C Elinor Reynolds D Minnie Potter E Thelma Douglass F Jo Upton G Adah Crabtree H Joyce Ragel I Alice Wiruth :i~: ":'%!?:::: ::?:: i: ":: 1 Sylvia 2 Joan 3 Sandra 4 Christina 5 Janice 6 Billle 7 Vickie 8 Cindy 9 Laursne Can You , and Daughters?* Mother Daughter Mother Daughter Mother A. Marcelle Domme, Topeka B. Helen Gore, Topeka C. Elinor Reynolds, Wichita O. Minnie Potter, Dodge City , Thelma Douglabs, Garden City F, Jo Upton, Independence G. Adah Crabtree, Colby H, Joyce Nagel, Great Bend I. Alice Wiruth, Concordia I)aughtw Mother-daughter ana lather-son combinations aren't unusual at Southwestern Bell. There are many reasons for this happy state of affairs. For one thing, ours is a good company to work for. For another, we offer a real opportu- nity for serving the public, an op- portunity that calls for a true "spirit of service." We're pleased and proud so many of our Kansas employees suggest a telephone career to their children. By doing so, they help in- sure the business will be in good hands for many years to come. We think this is a good thing for Southwestern Bell and for our customers. Southwestern Bell *Answam A-I, B-6, C.2, D-3, E-5, F-4, G-9, H.7, 1.8 'j