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PAGE 6B Waunlta Weir Mrs. Cleo Blanding enter- tained the member's of the Happy Hour Club with a cof fee at her home on Friday morning. Mrs. Vernic Emigh and Mrs. Howard Appleby were c(rffee guests Wednesday morning ()f Mr. and Mrs. John Magnusson in Superior, Nebr. I Mr. and Mrs. Gary WatsonI of Omaha, Nebr. were week end guests of his parents, Mr. ] and Mrs. Chas. Watson, and l Richard. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Atls man of BeHeville. Mother's Day (finner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I)oxtm were Mr. and Mrs, David Pel erson, l)avida, and Mike t)f Hays, and Mr. and Mrs. I,ynn Doxon and family of Peru, Nebr. Lyall Doxon was a mor ning caller. Sarah and Frances McCune were Wed. afternoon vis ]toes at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins. Mr, and Mrs. Wybern-Ber neking & family were hosts to a Mother's Day dinner" on Sun day at their home. Guests in cluded Mrs. Esther Berneking, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Field, Mrs. Isis Bowles, and Mrs. Vernie Emigh. Mrs, Cecil Clark accompan led her sister, Mr. a)rd Mrs. C, R. Messersmith to Hastings on Saturday. The ladies spent the day shopping and sightsee ing while Mr. Messersmith at- tended a Masonic Lodge meet ing. Mrs. Gladys Clark, Mrs. Ella Patterson of Courthmd and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Tayh/r Clark. Robert Sloan of Osborne was an afternoon visitor. Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ross and family in Concordia were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Higbee, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ross, Mrs. Martha Huber, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Sr. of Farina SO, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Strait and Lea Anna of Con- cordia. Officers of the Formosa Alumni Association are making final plans for tire meeting and banquet to be held on Saturday evening, May 27. They request those who have not yet made reservations for the banquet, t~ p)~se do So, not later than May 22, in order that the ladies who are preparing the meal will know how many to pre pare for. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hcttinger were Mother:s ,Day dinner guests of :i~,' and Mrs, .Mi- chael E. Peters. In the even- Mrs. Albert Peltier and fam- ily, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hettinger and family from California. Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs, Walter Grimm in observance of their 49th wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hallgren and l'atricia, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Carlson (if Courtland, and Can- dy Carlson of Jamestown. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Weir of June. tion City were weekend guests of the Grimms. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Renk en and children of Hutchinson were M,)ther's I)ay weekend guests of Iris parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Renken. Mr. and l Mrs. Stanley Van Meter and~ sons of Republic were among l the group for Sunday dinner. The Formoso Community Li hrary will hold Open ftouse on Saturday afternoon, May 27, l'rnm l to 5, and welcome all alumni to attend. Coffee and cookies will be served dur- ing tire afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Dewey and Mrs. l,eona Fleming drove t(/ IAncoln, Kans. Sunday mor- ning and spent the day with the ladies' mother, Mrs. Harry th)rner, and Mr'. Horner. Mrs. Stella Patrick and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell were Mother's I)ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patrick and family. Mr'. and Mrs. Itoward Bang erter of Phillipsburg were Sun day afternoon visitors of her aulll, Mrs. Maud Sears. Mrs. Gordon Grimes of Man- kate and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keeler, Julie and Jeff were Sunday afternoon coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler. Mr'. and Mrs. Melvin Bayer were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Keel- er. Mrs. Orville ,lames spent from Tuesday until Saturday as a patient in the St. Joseph's Hospital in Concordia under- going tests and observation. Tim Marble was dismissed Saturday from the Beloit Corn munity Hospital. A Tupperware bridal shower honoring Miss Naomi Temple will lie held at the Formoso: Community Church on Friday, May 26, at 2 o'clock. Everyone is invited to attend. Miss Tern-i pie will choose tire hostess gift for her new home. If there are any questions concerning tile shower, please contact one of the following: Velma Cline, Ada Mohler, Connie Smith or Sharon Baskins. They will have extra order blanks for anyone wishing to order tup- !pc'war(, but are unable to at- tend. Mr'. and Mrs. Leroy Baskins were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Baskins and family. Afternoon tng the Hettingers received visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Iv- telephone calls from Mr. and an Stansbury and Mr. and Mrs. I {I I J I I I I Don Cummings and Shona of Wichita. Sarah and Frances McCune moved tp their new home in Mankato on Monday. Mr'. and Mrs. Walter Grimm received anniversary and Me ther's tray greetings by tele phone late Sunday evening from their son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (;rimm and l'amily of Gresham, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keeler and family drove to Oberlin Saturday and visited at the home of her tlrother, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wright and fern ily. Mrs. Linda ttanson entertain ed the ttelping ttand Club at her home Thursday afternoon. The afternoon was spent so cially. Nice refreslnnents were served by' the hostess. Mr'. and Mrs. Lewis I)unstan of Formosa and Mr. and Mrs. Rot)err Hall of Abilene strent Sunday at tire home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Muller at Solo- mon, Kans. A nice supper was served Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Cleo Blanding. Tile TuesdayTen (',h~b had held a contest and this was the losers entertaining tire win ners. The husbands were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simmons were Mnther's I)ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Colson and family of Atchison, Karts. Mrs. Mayme Butler enter- tained the U and I Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Stella Patrick was an invited guest. Mrs. Ila Nelson was hostess to the Hawthorne Club on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. EUa Young was in charge of the program of contests and read- ings. Roll call was answered by something about your me~ ther. A group of ladies consisting of Mrs. Maude Howland, Mrs. Itugo Soder, Mrs. Wybern Ber neking, Mrs. R. C. Stafford, Mrs. Ethel Clark and Mrs. Taylor Clark drove to the Iron Howland home Monday after- noon to help Betty celebrate her birthday. Edna Ruth Clark baked a beautiful cake and they took ice cream. Miss Sarah Baird entertained the Double-Six Club t)n Friday afternoon with nine members present. Invited guests were Mrs. Clara Breckencamp lind Mrs. Maude Howland. Sarah received a birthday package from her Heart Sister. A nice hmch was served by the hos- tess. Mrs. Howard Appleby, Mrs. Ray Studer and Mrs. Vernie Emigh were Friday afternoon guests of Mrs. Rose Iledin of Courtland. Mrs. Bill Haskins of Courtland was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris were hosts to the Past-Sixteen Why go out of your way, One trip does it when you keep all your money matters under one roof/Our roe).)) The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member FJ).LC. Since 1935 ESTABLISHED 1883 I[11 IIII ..... I I I I I! JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS ,,i Pinochle Club on Friday even- ing. Guest players were Mrs. ttelen Uzdill and Don of Man- kate and Mr'. and Mrs. Elza Miller. Refreshnrents were served. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Howell, wile have t)een living 1Vz nliles west of Ful'mOSO for sev- eral years, have sold their tarm and are moving to Man- kate. Mrs. Curtiss Tee)ill and daughter of Burr Oak spent Friday at the home of her parents, Mr'. and Mrs. Glenn l)ewey. Milford Stafford nf Agenda, Mrs. Minnie Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. lloward Field, ,it'., and~ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stafford l were M()ther's Day dinner] guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyall l)oxon. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Isaac- SOn alld sons were hosts to a Mother's 1lay dinner on Sun- day. Guests were Mrs. Maude lh)wland, Mr. and Mrs. Robert th)wland, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce llowland, Mr. and Mrs. Don ttowland and Jennifer, Mrs. l)tm Flt,nfing and sons, Mrs. tlugo Sodcr, all of Formoso, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray How- land and fatnily nf Leonard- ville. Km)s. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson and son, Paul, of Salina, and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes were Salurday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Watson and Richard. Mrs. Gertie Lapaille and son, Rail)h, of Concordia spent Sun- day afternoon'at the Fred Zim- mer home. M)'. and Mrs. Clark Howland and son, Terry, spent Mother's Day visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Boydston at Sum- merfield, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field, ,If. were t)re Mother's l)ay vis- itors on Saturday evening of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Field. Mr. and Mrs. Iwm Stansbury and Mr'. and Mrs. Iron Cum- mings and Shona of Wichita were weekend guests ef Mr. and Mrs. Edd Stansbury. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Higbee and family and Mrs. Mayme Butler were Mother's Day din- net' guests of Mr'. and Mrs. tlarry tligbee. "Frosty" A Mother's Day dinner for Mrs. Pete Re]heft of Tipton was held at tile Benny Reinert home Sunday with the follow- ing guests: Mr. and Mrs. Tony Reinert of Tipton; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reinert of Cawker City; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wagner of Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Max Slothower and daughter and husband; Mr. and Mrs, John Campbell of Alton; Mr. and Mrs, Joe Reinert and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Adam and fam- ily of Esbon. Mr. Riley Jones and Mr'. and Mrs. Claude Frost returned home Thursday night after at- tending the funeral services of their mother, Mrs. Viola Jones, at DeRidder, La. They' visited at the Joe Hennigan home in Lake Charles, La. and with Glenda and Jess Williams in Houston on their return home. Timy made a short visit with Rev. and Mrs. Miller at El Rend and they send their best wishes to their friends in Es- ben. Claude Frost took Charles Lantis to the Webster County Itospital in Red Cloud Sunday afternoon. Mr'. and Mrs. Bert Henry attended a Mother's Day din- ner at tire home of Mr. and Mrs. ttarold Schroder and gMs in Osborne Mr. and Mrs. Vic Gregory were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkin- son and Mrs. Josephine Houd- ek of Belier]lie called on the Claude Frosts and Durward Sunday evening. Mrs. Mary tiajny received, severe burns on her hand and arm with boiling water last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shipley and family, Mrs. Hazel Shipley and Maxine. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Franklin and children and Mr. and Mrs. Don McElfresh and family were Sundy supper guests of Mrs. Vi Franklin and son. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dodd were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Freiker. Mrs. Agnes Zadina and Tom Hajny called on Mrs. Mary Hajny and Mrs. Glen Dodd Thursday PAN FRIED CHICKEN Special ROAM Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dodd! drove to Hastings Sunday to attend a Mother's Day dinner at the Jerry ttickman home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost and Pam were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gass last week. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Tucker, Mrs. Agnes Zadina and Mrs. Glen Dodd papered the kitchen for Tom Hajny last Monday. Word has been received here that Mrs. Mary Henderson of Colorado Springs fell and broke her arm last Wednes- day. She is a sister of Lillian Fogo and Christine Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beam were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fogo and family. Mr. and Mrs. Riley G. Jones visited at the Carl Henningsen home in Norton and with Mr'. John Scott at the Franklin, Nebr. nursing home Saturday and with Mrs. era Frye at the Good Samaritan Hnmc in Superior on Sunday. Mrs. Lillian Fogo and Mrs. Glen Dodd were shopping in Superior Saturday. Many thanks to all of you who were so good to send us all the cards and for the mem- orial fund. God bless each and every one of you. Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jacobsen returned home Tuesday from their trip to Iowa. Mrs. Maxine Dempsey en- tertained the Montrose E.H.U. members to a "come as you are" coffee Wednesday morn- ing. Seven members and four children were present. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sills and family of Manhattan were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brown and Jacob Miller of Enter- prise, Kans. called on Mr. and, Mrs. James Fullerton Satur- day. They were enroute to Le- banon to visit Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jessup. Callers and visitors the past week at the Fred Haegert's were Raymond Ferron of Con cord]a, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Archer of Harvard, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sipe of Mc- Pherson, Mrs. Lulu Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Haeg- ert and Mrs. Hugh Cusic. Town dogs got into James Fullerton's sheep pens Friday morning and killed one ewe and crippled another. Mr. and Mrs. James FulLer- ton were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schaffer and family at 1raven port, Nebr. and visited other friends in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Eng strom and family of Topeka spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Falk. Recent callers at the llugh Cusic home were Mrs. Lulu dacubs, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sipe and John Love. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore (:f Norway were Sunday afte:' noon callers ef Mrs. Thee K(!lly lind Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kin sey. Mr. and Mrs. l)uane Spalz and family were guests on Sun day of Ethyl l)empscy. Mr. lind Mrs. 1)on Bangs spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cool and l'amily in Manhattan. Sunday dinner guests (if Mrs. Ethel Dempsey were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest DemllSey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marr Dempsey, Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Deml)sey and Mr. and Mrs. Dentils Murray and Bri an. Afternoon callers wE're Mr'. and Mrs. Jack Sills and family, Mr. and Mrs. Qui]wy Sills and George, and ErrAc Howell of Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pete('te and Mr. arrd Mrs. Ralph Spicy el took their mothers, Mrs. Thee Kelly and Mrs. Ruth Spiegel, out to supper Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kinsey and Molly Beth of Mankato called on Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kinsey Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner and Mrs. Jenie Briggs were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones of Timken were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jacob- son. Mrs. Lulu Jacohs and Grace Cole were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jacobs. Mrs. Harry Bird of Great Bend spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Cleo l)emp sey. Mrs. Agnes Simmons and Jimmy of Kensington were weekend guests of Mrs. Rosa Schoonover. The Formoso Community Le- brary will have a Children's Story Hour Saturday, May 20, at 3:30. The following books will be read: "Another Day" by Marie Hallets, "Henry's Dog, Henry" by Walter Bru(rks and "While Susie Sleeps" by Nina Schneider. Greatly ap preciated are the books re- eeived from Sarah and Fran- ces McCune and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark. r JEWELL, KANSAS Illlll WE INVITE YOU TO COME IN TO INVESTIGATE AND COMPARE TIIE OUTSTANDING QUALITY LINE OF !1 BURR OAK, KANSAS II THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1! Mankato FRII)AY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY MAY 19 - 20 - 21 Starting at 7:30 p.m. rhe real excitement begins when they run out of bulletsl Cauon City, Colo. --- Mem- ber's of the Senior Class of Estlon High School visited Col- (n'ado's l'anu,d Royal Gorge on their recent tour. It was the highlight of a trip that included Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs, Colorade State Peni- tentiary in Canon City, as well as nthcr points of scenic and historic in'wrest in and around l)enver, Colorado Springs and Canon City. At the Royal Gorge, they crossed the world's highest hridge (1,100 feet above the roaring Arkansas River), the world's steepest i] raiiway (100 percent grad~mn and viewed some of Colorad0:~Sc most magnificent scenery..J~O~ Sponsoils on the tour we.!~I Mr. Larry McKin,nis, Mr. Ji~ Downing and Mrs. Jim DoWq ' Students were Jan]re Ba , ley, Larry Belden, LeLa ttat~J.m ice, Melvin ttajny, Darr:~_ 1 Marr, Myron Peterson, DiXJr~rl Obert, Kenny Voboril, I}(~u Whelchel, Linda Reinert, E~! er Kugler, and Lee Kriley. SPECIAL 1 $ PLANT WITH CONFIDENCE! New special cross 477 high population, early fast drying combine c,~rn. 422 45S 880 $11S Narrow Row Combin, Corn Corns for 28,000 plant population Sweet forage sorghum 121 & 171, Cargill Sorghum - Sudangrass SS.100 "cattllP] Grazer." FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE... Harold N, Prather Randall Irl Snyder Formoso F. U. Gas & Oil Co. Red Cloud Drear Arnett Lebanon Gene Boner Red Cloud ,r Virgil L. Slate Glen Elder E. C, Jeffery Guide Rock Jay Beale Burr Oak Harvey Silsby Burr Oak Alfred Andersen Esbon