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SDAY, MAY 18, 1967 Forrest Howard and Mrs. James Mc- spent from Saturday in the Rod Fogo in El Dorado. John Mc- of Emporia was a visitor in honor of his and Mother's Day. rand Mrs. Virgil McMains and Mrs. Gerald Mc- and boys spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Crow. and Mrs. Ehner Alex- rand Mrs. Vivian Ost Sunday supper guests at Alexander home in ,of Mother's Day. !. Rebecca Calahan of Su- was a Saturday and visitor of Mrs. Opal and Deloris. and Mrs. Albert Bender of San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond of Seottsbluff, Nebr. their mother, Mrs. I. L. on Sunday to wish her Mother's Day. i, and Mrs. Glenn Bennett Wednesday evening vis- of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence at Mankato. and Mrs. Erich Penner Miss Linoma of Salina, Duane Cock- Concordia and Mr. anc[ Mitchie Woerncr and Ar- were Sunday supper at the Arthur Cockroft and Mrs. Arby Cole Saturday dinner guests and Mrs. Frank Oglevie ~. and Mrs. R. L. Bangs boys of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Luther Wilson and Mrs. Harve Deck- Saturday evening vis- of Mr. and Mrs. Derald and Cheryl. Ricky, and Terry were over- guests. and Mrs. Clyde Radford )eka were Saturday over- and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy On Sunday they vis- their mother, Mrs. Daisy at Beloit. callers at the W. G. home have been Mr. Terry Garman of Mrs. R. L. Bangs Colo., Mrs. Harve Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Mrs, Ethel Hasty, Clark Calahan. Mrs. Ona amson and Mrs. Reeve Keith McKeown and Tom McKeown attended tghtcr Banquet Mrs, David Demaray on evening. and Mr,~. Lowell Mc- and family and Mrs. Lillon met Mr. and MrS. Abel and Jo Scan of Springs, Colo. at Col- on Sunday and had ther. Mrs. C. W. Fearing Miller were Sun- dinner guests of Mr. and R. R. Richardson at the Roam Steak House in and Mrs. Keith Kinehe- Boulder,-Colo. were Sun- afternoon callers at the Fogo home. Fogo was a Saturday guest in the Loren home. Joyce had just her practice teaching City and returned on Sunday to fin- college work. Wallace of Saline was guest of Mr. and Lynn Garman and fam- of Topeka was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Waddell and family of Beloit and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tatum of Barnard were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and' Mrs. Lester Bausch. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and Cindy were Sunclay vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korb at Mankato. Mrs. Lucretia Hihbs of Es ben and Mrs. Etta Masters and Edna were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. lind Mrs. Earl Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Gh,n I)aul and Mrs. elite Moon attended the Baccalaureate service at Red Cloud on Sunday evening. Mike Paul is a memher of the sen- ior class at Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDon- nel, Mrs. I,illie Moon and Mr. and Mrs. l,yle Jeffery and faro ily were Mother's l)ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. l:hnner Grubbs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mnnt iomcry and family of Guide Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Montgomery and family of Superior were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Morris. Mr. and Mrs Norman Morris and Duane of Superior were afternoon call ers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pix ler and Mrs. Marie Everson and boys were Mother's 1)ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Stanley Everson and family of Juniata, Nebr, Delbert Underwood lind Gene spent Friday night and Satur day in Manhattan with Orin lnderwood. Cheryl Platt of Salina, Mr. i and Mrs. Ernest Platt and~ Mrs. Nettle Johnson were Mo- ther's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt and Mike. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Under- wood attended the 8th grade graduation exercises for their, grandson, David Wacker, at Edgar, Nebr. on Friday even- ing. They were overnight guests in the Larry Wacker home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers called on her aunt, Mrs. Susan Baylie at Mankato on Sunday evening. They also visited tta- zel Seals of Mankato and Mrs Virgil Baylie of Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Jake MeDon- nel spent from Tuesday until Thursday with their son James McDonnel, at Itoxie Kans. They attended a nmsical concert which James helped conduct on Wednesday even- ing. Enroute to Hoxie they visited Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Isham at Plainsville. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Throup and Larry of Smith Center and Mrs. Gary Foster, Patti, Cindy and Lee Ann of Phillipsburg were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis. Mrs. Max Hawkins tel ephoned in the evening to wish her mother a happy Mother's Day. Mrs. Fred Sanderson and Mrs. Clarence Blew were Wed- nesday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Ada Stanton sit the James McCormick home. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Alex- ander and girls of Esbon were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alcxan der. Mrs. Rebecca Calahan nf Su- perior, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roesti and family and Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Benbow were Me. ther's Day dinner guests of Mrs. Opal Roesti and Deloris Mr. and Mrs. Perry Enghmd were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender'. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bangs and boys of Denver, Cnlo. and Mrs. H. A. Decker were vis- and Mrs. Leo Beanblos- itors Thursday evening of Mr. Phillipsburg were Sat- and Mrs. Dcrald Decker and afternoon visitors of Mr. Cheryl. John Gleason. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brantlon Mrs. Terry Garman Mr. and Mrs. Ost, Bruce and Me- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gar- Garman, Mr. and German and girls, Ada Stanton and Brian were Sunday supper of Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Johnny in honor 5th birthday. and Mrs. Lynn Harris were Sunday dinner at the Mack Harris In the afternoon they a drive in and around and Mrs. Jean Fearing Mrs. Gerald Dempsey County Hospital on Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Wayne Under- and Cheryl were Thurs- visitors of Mrs. 8immelink and boys of and Mrs. Garold Ohm- girls of Guide Rock and Mrs. Henry Hes- Jerry were Mother's guests of Mr, and Kiehl land boys. Mr. Emerald Ost and Franklin, Nebr. were callers. ~nd Mrs. Gene Johnson and Jerry Harris in Manhattan visited their son, Johnson were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jeffery and family. Carla Garman of tfays and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Decker were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lec Garman. Mr. and Mrs. David Dema ray attended the concert of the Ft. Hays singers at the Mankato High School on Tues- day morning. Their grandson, David Bauer, is a member of the group. Mrs. Gerald Dempsey un- derwent surgery at the Beloit hospital on Wednesday for the removal of her gall blad- der. She is getting along satis- factorily. Mrs. Bessie Burton was a Mother's Day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Loren FeEd and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Beale and Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Garman spent Friday in Hastings on business. Mrs. Ida Pugh, Gale Jcffery, Mr, and Mrs. John Gleason, 7A.M. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Ostrum and Johnny and Mr. and Mrs. Ter- rill lmCleff and Scotty were Mother's I)ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Pugh and family at Belleville. Grace Hancock of Mankato was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Garman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan llughes of Mankato were even- ing callers. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Rieman of I)ensnmre, Kans. were Tues- day evenin~ visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bernard at the Nelson llarris honle. Mr. all(I Mrs, ,h)hn Gates were ~aturday ('vening visitors of Mr'. and Mrs. Fred MeDan- iels of ,lewell. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Seiners of Apache ,hmction, Ariz. were Men(lay and Tu('sday over- night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Underwood and family. They were era'pule to their sunllner honle at Nevis, Minn. Mildred Pixler of Portland, ()re, telephoned Mrs. Clarence Pixler on Sunday Ix) wish her ~i halipy Mother's I)ay. Mr. ~ii~lt Mrs. l)elbert Under- wood and boys attended a fam- ily dinner tit the Lyle Sloan home on Mother's Day. Mrs. James Calder of tlardy, Nebr. spent Monday in the Phillip Underwood home. In the all,ernonn Mrs. Calder and Mrs. Ihlderwood called on the new l)aby boy, Greggnry Fay, at the Ehlorl Doud home. I)on I)iehl, Kermit Jeffery, Mr. and Mrs. George Lock- wnnd. Mrs. I)elbert Underwood and Mrs. John Gates were re- cent callers at the Russell Lew- is home. Mrs. Elwin Lamb and fam- ily of Clay Center, Kans. were Friday overnight guests of Mrs. Mamie I,amb. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbure Smith and Sharon of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Mohler, Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis and Al- lan, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd My- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suehsland and family, Rich- ard Brook and Linda Vader were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Encille Lewis and family. Mrs. Robert Bang of Denver, Col(). and Mrs. Harve Decker were Friday afternoon callers at tile James McCormick's. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Benbow. Mr. and Mrs Gene Whisler and boys of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bang and boys of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Decker and Mrs. Ollie Moon were Motiler's Day din- nor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Derald Decker and Cheryl. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon spent Saturday in Hastings and Grand Island. Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. David Dema- ray were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr'. and Mrs. Wade Bauer and family at Clay Cen- ter, Kans. Mr. and Mrs, Gus Bernard left Wednesday for their home in Fairbury, Nebr. after spend- JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS ing a few days in the Nelson Harris home. Warren Underwood of Kan- sas City spent the Mother's Day weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Under- wood. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bang and boys left ]'or their home in Denver, Colo. on Sunday afternoon after spending the Mother's l)ay weekend with her pilrents, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker. Mr. and Mrs. John Gates were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- sird Gates and family. 10 members of the W.C.T.U. met with Mrs. Florence Pix- ler on Tuesday. Mrs. Glen Paul was the lesson leader. The group was favored with two piano solos by Mrs. Pix- ler. While the group had re- freshnlents they enjoyed a re cord of piano selections by Mrs. Pixler's daughter, Norma Manning. David Glenn Balty Mrs. C. Summers Sunday evening supper guests at Paul Rathbun's were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller of Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Watts and John of Camarilh), Calif. and Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen, Mrs. Ida Rathbun, Ruth and Walden. Several from this vicinity at- tended the Mother-Daughter Pep Club Banquet at the Su- perior ttigh School Monday ev- ening. Mr. and Mrs. Amcl Abelbcck of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kleckner of Superior and Mrs. Dean Leece of Be]leville were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leece and Bernard. Mrs. Keith McKeown went to Mankato Tuesday morning to hear the Fort ttays singers from Hays, Kans. Her nephew, David Bauer, is one of the ; singers. ........... [ Ruth Rathbun spent Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. I)onald BaltYlday with Mrs. Elhl Summers. of Scottsbluff, Nebr, sire the proud parents of a baby boy Mr. and Mrs. ttarlan Ross born on May 4th. The young and family of Colby and Mr. man weighed 8 lbs. and 7 ozs. and Mrs. Edwin Ross wcre and has been named David Glenn. tie has one brother lind one sister to help welcome him. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Balty of Scottsbluff and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garton of Webber. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender of Burr Oak are the great grand- mrents. :ARD OF THANKS I want to thank everyone ~ho sent cards, letters and for ,he visits while I was in tim Belleville hospital and since returning home. May God bless each one of you. --Alma Gard. White Ribbon Service Mrs. Ollie Moon, Mrs. Glen Paul and Mrs. Ira Powell went to the home of Mrs. Gary Garman on Thursday and had a white ribbon recruit service for Mrs. Garman's daughters, Pamela and Colleen, and for Mrs. Wendell Snowbarger's sons, Mark, Jeff cry and Ran- dall. NOTICE All area workers for the Heart Fund are asked to piease finish up theft' Heart Fund drive and turn their money to the State Exchange Bank in Mankato or to Dale Warner, Chairman. Anyone who hasn't been contacted to make a do- nation and would like to do so can turn their money to either the bank or Mr. Warner. Mrs. Helen Russell and Sar- ah Jane and Mrs. Mable Lori- mor drove to Norton Sunday to see Mrs. Lorimor's sister. Hel- en Krier. of Denver, Colo. Friday evening callers at Ar- nold Ross'. Mrs. Violet Graham and Mrs. Anna Graham were dill- ner guests Thursday at Dale Crispin's. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey and family called Sunday af- ternoon at Mrs. Ella Sum- mers'. Patricia Rathbun attended the Miss Hastings Pageant in Hastings Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mc- Keown and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown were Sunday dinner guests at Don Bargen's. Several from this vicinity at- tended the Y-Teen Tea at the Baptist Church in Superior on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ross and sons joined Mr. and Mrs. l]arlan Ross and family of Colby at the Edwin Ross home Sunday for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Heitman and Diane and Kenneth were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hendricksen at'and Fred Paxson helped lay Courtland. Mrs. Wihna Webber & fam- ily of Haysville, Kans. visited from Friday to Sunday at the Erick HeRman home. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Inter mill and Mary were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Intermill at Jewell. Mrs. Torn McKeown and Mrs. Keitb MeKeown were the guests of Mrs. David Demaray Friday evening at the Mother- Daughter Banquet in Burr Oak. Mrs. Marvin Webber and Al- vin were Sunday dinner guests at Wylie Kirkpatrick's. They were joined by other relatives for a family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Don Webber and family (if Beloit were Sun- day afternoon callers at Mar- vin Webber's. Mrs. Myron lntertnill and Mary drove to Omaha Mon- day to meet Mark Intermill, who was returning from a week's trip to Washington, D. C., which tie won through the Cornhusker Motor Club. Mr. and Mrs. Gene l:)ureell land fanlily were Wednesday evening callers lit Marvin Web- ber's. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hall and family of Superior were Thursday evening callers. Mrs. R. Avison Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baker and family of Superior visited at the Bill Baker home Mon- day evening. Mrs. Katie Mendenhall and Misses Myrl and Ruth Fickle of Mankato were in Juniata, Nebr. Monday. Darryl Bellew took his moth- er to Dr. Hutson at Red Cloud Monday evening due to knee trouble. Rev. Trott of Ionia called oil Rev. Enyeart Tuesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. John Mc Cleery spent Tuesday at the Carroll Thronson home helping shear sheep. Rev. Enyeart went to Leba- non Tuesday evening to see Dr. Eustace due to a bite. Gene Snyder, Earl Silsby, new rugs in the bathroom, kitchen and porch Tuesday tit the parsonage. Mrs. Paxson and Mrs. Gillett got dinner for! the men. Mrs. Frances Kindler enter- tained the Social Club Wednes- day afternoon. Mrs. Ethel TIIomas was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. R. Avison were sboPl)ing in Mankato Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Sarah Baker, Mrs. Frances Kindler and Mrs. Mary MeCary attended a Stanley party Fri(lay afternoon lit Mrs. Ethel Tholllas' home. Darryl llelh,n took his inoth er to tile doctor at Red Cloud Friday evening. A large crowd attended the 8th grade play Friday evening at the grade school. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bellew of (h'and Island eanie Satur day to visit his mother, Mrs. Bellew, and I)rotimr, l)arryl, and daughter, Michelle, until Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Mc Ch'ery spent Sunday evening, May 7th, with Mr. and Mrs. II NIl I BURR OAK ALUMNI BANQUET At the Burr Oak High School MONDAY, MAY 29 - 7:00 p.m. Alumni, Teachers, Friends and Visitors Welcome Ill I |1 I Illl PAGE 3B .h , , ,,., i , i r Sam McCleery at Lebanon. A fair size crowd attended tbe Kindler Estate sale Satur- day. MANY THANKS We want to thank all our friends and rehttives for all the cards, letters, gifts and flowers during Mother's illness and tit the time of her death. A special thanks goes out to the personnel at the Webster County tfospital and at the Cohmial Terrace Rest Home in Blue Iiill and to Dr. W, K, Bennett, Dr. Kamm and Dr, Laird. Such kindness and thoughtfulness will not be for- gotten. The meal served at the church was greatly appre- ciated. Also the music, mem- orials and tile comforting words of Rev. Enyeart, Mr. and Mrs. Riley G. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frost and Jaeque Mr. and Mrs. Harold Souza and David Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hennigan and family Mr. and Mrs. Jess Williams. III II I Starting at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, May 20, the Public is cordially invited to attend the SIINER TEA AND PROGRAM at the heautiful Buffalo Roam Party Room celebrating the 1st Anniversary of the Wom- en's 1)emocratic Cluh. Mrs. Virginia Dock- ing will be C, uest Speaker. A fine program of music will be included on the day's pro- gram. III lan IO L The mt)sl widely adapted variety in the Pioneer line, Has the ability to make high yields under widely vary- ing conditions. Produces large, semi-open heads, smut resistant anti ideal for combining. An extremely attrac- tive hybrid with relatively strong, stiff stalks. A hybrid grain sorghum of high performance. It gives high yield. Produces very large kernels on open, fast-drying heads. Has attractive field appearance, good head exsertion, excellent uniformity, and outstanding stalk quality, .... Of 'the 34 eht'ries of milb 'ili "th~"ebrll sddW"]'~ 'ii~A~ ell last fall, 27 of the entries were Pioneer. Ask your local Pioneer Salesman for full details on Pioneer's complete line of high-yielding grain and for- age sorghums and sorghum-sudan grass hybrids. He'll sure to have several big-yielding sorghums,that l~aCt- ly fit your farming needs. " ' '" :" ,' Your PIONEER Dealer Jeweli, Kansas I OLD FASHIONED COMMUNITY BOX SUPPER FI{II)AY, MAY 19 8:00 p.m. Burr Oak City Park (Legion Hall if bad weather) Women and Girls bring Boxes to Auction Pie, Coffee and Tea extra Plate Lunch and Babysitters for Children - 25e Entertainment -- Register for Door Prizes Everybody Welcome Sponsored by Burr Oak Methodist Church Keystone Class We have Shaft Seals and new Motors for most Jet Pumps. We can supply you with a new Jet Pump Motor for most pumps cheaper than you can get them re-wound. We have 2 used Gould Deep Well Pumps. One 3 h.p. Briggs & Stva tton Gas Engine, like new. One oil bath Pump Jack. We can service all makes of Jet Pumps. We keep new Pumps in stock. Webber, Kans. Phone PL 3-4101 II IL IfY-KLAS STORE RA 5"3551 ESBON, KANS. OLDS - PONTIAC - GMC SHORTENING Valu - with $5 Purchase Limit - 1 3-lb. can SEE THE DELMONT 88- CATALINA 0RAN6E DRINK Wagner qts.,l. for PONTIAC - GMC TRUCKS PEACHES Rosedale 4"'c.. 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