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i! iIRSDAY, MAY 25, 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS , PAGE 3m 'L~ m, I , mill "- I , a-' rl Im .... III II II I ......... L. ............. !. I II .... --~ ~ ~ . I .. ...... ,,. . ? :~JL Waunita Welt Ill Dunstan was the honor K at a family birthday din- Sunday at the school audit- in observance of his birthday. Other guests e Mrs. Ethel Dunstan, Mr. Mrs. Edwin Dunstan, Ellis, and Elesa of Montrose, i, Charles Russell of Web- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Han- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Han Marshall, Crystal, and hie of Mankato, Mr. and i. Ralph Dunstan, Jana, ten, Lori, Eldon and Kristi, I. Elsie Shedden, Mr. and L Lewis Dunstan of For-' , • • " i So Mr and Mrs Floyd [lstan of Jewell, Mr. and Dewayne Lindberg of! irtland, and Mr. and Mrs.I ~ene Dunstan, Craig, Eric | Angela. ?isitors at the Laverne day afternoon visitors of Mrs. Martha Huber. Mrs. Theresa Howell and Jim spent the weekend at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Voiker and family. Her mother, Mrs. Georgia Stafford, accompanied them and remained there to attend the high school graduation of her grandson, John Lee Volk er. Before returning ho,ne she will visit her granddaughter, Mrs. Gary Roberts, and Mr. Roberts at Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Switzer attended the bankers' convel| tion Wednesday through Fri- day at Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. John Magnus- son of Superior were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias. Lynn Volker was admitted to the Belleville hosl)ital on Monday, May 15, l'or tests and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nolan and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Florell Itlsbury home on SundayI were recent visitors of Mr. Ce Mr. and Mrs. ttank Piper and Mrs. Carl Florell. II Larry of Bcloit, Mr. andi Guy Frazier of Scandia was ~. Kenneth Iiuber, Sr., Mr. a Tuesday evening visitor of ~I Mrs. Bert Payne and his father, Mr. Frank Frazicr, ank, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald and Mrs. Frazier. ~ne and family and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Watson[ d Mrs. Edd Stansbury. drove down from Omaha Sat I~r. and Mrs. It. G. Field l urday morning to help his par I .~nt Sunday afternoon callingI ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wat Mr. and Mrs. Emerson' son, clean up following the ˘ick, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence] fire. I eenberg, anld Mr. and Mrs i Elizabeth Abel of Burr Oak [a Clark, all of JewelI. i spent a few days last week fir. and Mrs. Alvin Welch-!visiting her grandparents, Mr. : I11 of Clay Center were Sat-i and Mrs. Clayton Hughes. I ~ay afternoon callers at the Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jepson ~es of Mr and Mrs. M. J. i returned home Wednesday af i Rers and Mr. and Mrs. Ken-ter spending a few days visit }h Huber, Sr. I ing at the home of their daugh-! Mr. and Mrs. Carl Muller, ter, Mr. and Mrs. Delmer ~S. Edith DeHaven of Solo-IRomjue and two daughters at l 011, and Mrs. Helen Everett l Kearney, Nebr. Abilene were Sunday after-I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias ~11 callers at the home of~ were Monday evening visitors r. and Mrs. Lewis Dunstan. ~Ir. and Mrs. John Black- trn and daughters of Court- ad were Thursday evening litors of Mr. and Mrs. Brad- Keeler. ~Ir. and Mrs. M. J. Peters !re Sunday dinner guests of r. and Mrs. Ed Henke of ~loit. the farm house belonging to r. and Mrs. Chas. Watson ts very badly damaged by ~e Friday afternoon. Mrs. tson had been cleaning ~ae clothing in gasoline on back porch and while on way to the bathroom to ~sh her hands, placed the bthing in the kitchen. It was dieved that fumes from the 0thing were ignited by the |me from the hot water heat- ; causing an explosion. At ~tt time Mrs. Watson was in bathroom and had to es- tpe through the window. The ek porch and kitchen and the contents were a corn- ere loss, and other parts of e house badly damaged by Rer and smoke. The fire ~Partment from Courtland, ~1 helpers from Formoso .qped put out the blaze. Mr. ~l Mrs. Watson are living in e McCune house, east of Wn, until their house can her be repaired or rebuilt. ~r. and Mrs. Aaron Carlson ' Courtland and Mr, Nel Lorell of Scandia were visitors lring the week at the home Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pat- :k. Mrs. Lewis Dunstan enter- ned the Happy Hour Club her home Thursday after- ~n with 14 members present. le afternoon was spent social- The hostess served a nice ~ch. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pat- '.k and Mr. and Mrs. Carl ~rell were dinner guests on Lnday of Mr. and Mrs. Bert ~11ry of Esbon. 1?here will be no story hour ,the Formoso Community Li- try on Saturday afternoon, ay 27, due to the open house be held at that time. The gtdar story hour will resume Wednesday afternoon, June at 3 p.m. Books donated to library recently by Mr. ! d Mrs. Harry Higher wereI eatly appreciated. ! ~Ir. and Mrs. John Doxon d Jo Ellen drove down from naha on Sunday and visited parents, Mr. and Mrs. ~as. Doxon. John had made -~ trip from San Diego to aaha to make arrangements dispose of his property .~re, ~ecording to a recent article the "Superior Express", In Quy had been selected a part in the fourth major Ly production at Nebraska ~leyan University, Lincoln. is also a member of the )del United Nations steering almittee, a young Republi- a, a member of Pi Kappa lta, and is on the Wesleyan &'spaper staff. He is also a !tabor of Phi Kappa Tau aternity. His parents are ', and Mrs. Vernon Quy of ~erior, both Formoso High ~ool graduates. His grand- ~ents are Mr. and Mrs. A. S Payne of Formo o. lrs. Frank Folsom and her ~hter, Shirley, and two htera of Jowell were $~m- of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Field. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jepson attended the funeral' of a close friend, Mr. Gee. Sicbert, in Superior, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hayes i of Deer Park, Wash. arrived here last Tuesday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohler and Gloria. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mohler of Mankato were among the group for supper on Thursday evening. Steve Field, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Field, of Formoso who has been employed in the ]Pleasant View State Park area at Milford, Kans., has receiv- ed a promotion and will be- come a state park ranger, be- ginning the full-time duty on June 1. His work will be polic- ing the park area, enforce- ment of rules and regulations, providing assistance where it is needed and guiding visitors to areas which are ready for use. He will help control speed- ing and other traffic violations and littering. He will wear a uniform and have the use of a park authority truck, which will be marked. The park will be open for use 24 hours a day. Park supervisor, Wayne Berneking, has announced that no fees will be charged for use of the park this season• Mr. Berneking, son of Mrs. Esther Berneking, of Formoso, was al- so a former resident. Mrs. Laura Kingsley enter- rained the Tuesday-Ten Club at her home Tuesday after- noon with l0 members pre sent. Roll call was answered by naming their favorite flow- er. Mrs. Isis Bowles won the hostess gift, and also received a birthday gift from her lIeart Sister. The hostess served u nice lunch. The Formoso Chapter East- ern Star held their regular meeting Thursday evening. Betty Howland, Worthy Mat- ron, and Don Howhmd, Worthy Patron, presided. Plans were made to entertain the District Aide of District 42, Mrs. Kcith Anderson of Evening Star Chapter in Mankato, on Thurs- day evening, June Ist. Mrs. Howland brought in a birthday cake which she had made and decorated to honor Miss Sarah Baird. She served the cake and lemonade. The Ladies Breakfast Club took doughnuts, rolls, and cof- fee to the home of Miss Sarah Baird on Friday morning for a breakfast to honor her on her birthday. Mrs. Emma Joerg, Mrs. Cor- nelia Hails and Glenn Gertson arrived here Friday from Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Joerg and Mason Joerg had spent the past month there. Mrs. Hails and Mrs. Gertson plan to spend the summer here. The American Legion Auxil- iary met Friday at the Legion Hall with Mrs. Gladys Higbee and Mrs. Elizabeth Grimm as hostesses. Following the busi- ness session, the ladies worked on carpet rags. Mrs. Vernie Emigh. Poppy Chairman, and her helpers have been selling the poppies. A nice lunch was served by the hostesses. Friday afternoon callers at the home of Mrs. Vernie Emigh were Mrs. Mabel James, Mrs. Edna Ruth Clark, Mrs. Maude IIowland. Mrs. Ethel Clark, Miss Sarah Baird, Mrs. Dean Dewey and Mrs. Margaret Ge,-tson. Mrs. Don Fleming entertain- ed several guests at a dinner Friday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce flow[and, honoring the 3rd I)irlhday of her son, Mark. Mrs. Tay'hn' Clark called on [her grandmother, Mrs. Edith Clark, Saturday, who is a pa- tient in the Belleville hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Smith itow- land of Elkhart, Ind. arrived here Salurday for a 10 day visit with his mother, Mrs. Maudc [lowland and other rel- atives al]d fricnds. ] Miss l,'hwenc(.' Nelson was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. I Amelia Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hettinger: and family of ,Junction City were weekend guests of his parents. Mr'. and Mrs. R. C. llettinger, and his sister, Mrs. Michael E. l'eters. Mr. and Mrs. Orville James and Mrs. Vern/e gmigh were Sunday ew'ning visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David l)clrlaray at Burr Oak. Mr. arid Mrs. [toward Field, Jr. drove to Beloit on Sunday and visited Mrs. Dora Phillipi of Jewell, who is a t)atient in the Conmmnity lIospital. Mrs, Vcra I)en~psey was hns tess to the Mystic Circle Club al, ht't' hoDle Thursday after- noon. Mrs. Maxine Dcmpsey was in charge of the program. A weiner roast is being plan- ned for the members and their families in the ('ity park on Memorial ewming. A nice lunch was served by the hos- tess. Mr. and Mrs. IIans Nelson of Burr Oak and Mr. Laverne Fringer were dim)er guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zimmer. the highlights of the school year following the Junior-Sen- for Prom. Vocal numbers were presented by students of the music department and Mr. Larry McKinnis, instructor, with Mrs. Downing as accom- panist. Mr. Downing gave the ]awards for those placing in the State Scholarship Contests. Marcia Vovoril, a freshman, placed 1st in Food I. Among the others placing were Patty Nebel, Terry Vovoi'il, Scott Whitley, and Dixie Obert. Our eongratulations to these stu- dents. I'lease note the change in time: May 28 Worship Ser- vice at hmia will be at 10:00 a.m. so that Rev. Trott may be at Odessa for their Memor- ial Day program. There will be a short pro- g:~m May 30 at 10:00 a.m. at the hmia Cemetery. The hmia Alumni and friends are to have their pot luck din- ner at the school gym at noon May 30. Bring your own table service, please. Special number for cbureh Sunday was a vocal duet by Marta and Jacklyn 1,eonard, accompanied by Sherri Dietz. Mrs. Garnett Thomas of Smith Center spent the Mo- ther's I)ay weekend at theI Glen Thomas home. Mr. and l Mrs. Albert Van Wry were Sunday sut)per guests. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Phil- and family and Mr. afldI lips Mrs. Terry Phillips and Eliza-I beth were Saturday evening] visitors at the Garrett Phillips l home. Terry and family re-i mained overnight and Mrs.'1 Phillips and daughters attend-I ed church and Sunday School~ here. I Many from here attended and participated in the Horse' Show at Jewell Sunday after- noon. Gall Bartley held the lucky number and drew a nice saddle blanket. I I*'ay Livers of Texas was a visitor at the Ionia church on Mrs. Lovona Bartley 'Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Boden Many of the farmers mowed (h'ove to Topeka recently to and put up the first cutting attend the Miss Topeka Pag- of alfalfa last week. Because cant as their daughter, Carol, of the late freezes the crop was one of the contestants., was lighter than expected but This pageant is sponsored by the Topeka "JayCees" and~ Carol has a good position in the capital city. The Cancer l)rive for the: east half of Odessa TownshiP l has been completed and the l proceeds turned in to the Coun- ty Chairman. Mrs. Vivian Ost. Thanks to all of you for your generous contributions. Mrs. Mike Young is working the west half of the townsi~ip. the second growth has started, so perhaps it will be a good crop. Many started listing their feed crops the past few days. Ben Fedde had his corn listed several weeks. Our congratulations to all graduates, whether grade, high school, college or vocational schools. Most schools close this week. Mrs. Margaret McFarland was able to return to her home Mr'. and Mrs. Kenneth Them- last week and is feeling better. as of Salem, Ore. have been Invitations have been receiv- visiting relatives and friends ed by friends to attend the here and their daughter, Mrs. wedding• of Kathryn Elaine A1 Hegney, and family of Sa- ~rant and Jim Eugene Loomis lina. at Rolling Hills Presbyterian Many from here attended Church at Overland Park, Kan- the Style Show and Industrial sas on June i0, 1967. Jim is Arts display at Esbon Tues- the son of Mr. and Mrs. John day evening. This is one of Loomis and a graduate of the I BURR OAK ALUMNI BANQUET At the Burr Oak High School MONDAY, MAY 29 - 7:00 p.m. Alumni, Teachers, Friends and Visitors Welcome AIJCTIIIN AI 1 ROXIMATEI,Y 540 A. LAND LOCATED N.W. OF BURR OAK, KANS., WILL SELL IN 4 TRACTS AT THE COURTHOUSE IN MANKATO AT 2:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY, JUNE Sellers: D. K. BALCtI, Guardian of Luther X. Everson, and MARIE EVERSON Sale conducted by: OST AGRI-SERVICE FOR SALE PFISTERS SEED CORN, MILO, SUDAN AND FORAGE Full Replacement on the above Seed. We also have Alfalfa Seed. 48t4 CLYDE KORB - JU 7-3526, Burr Oak RAPIDLY EXPANDINO MAY BE WAITING YOU '. The futur is unlimited if you can qualify for a career operating IBM data processing machines. Men and women are needed now for training in this exciting new career field. Send your name, address, age, education, occupation, phone number. Write: Director of Automation Developtmmt Box X, Jewell County Record, Mankato, Kansas 66956 Cawker High School and Kan- and went to Mankato Wednes- sas State University, He is day to help straighten things now employed in Wichita. tin place. Mrs. Ruth Gall of Hemet, Calif. visited a few days last~ week with her sisters, Mrs. Bertha Diets and Mrs. Gertie Countryman, and nephews, Rolla Dietz and Glen Kinche- lee. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley and Gall were Wednesday ev- ening visitors at the Rufus Manchester home. Mrs. Glen Kincheloe came home from Salina Monday and Anita and Brian Slaughter re- turned with her for a few days' visit. Mrs. Bob Slaugh- ter and Wlshti spent the week- end here. Mrs. Sybil Finch is the proud owner of a new Pontiac car. The Ionia 8th grade students, Sherri Dietz, Connie Tucker, Jo Anne Schmidt and Wayne Van Wey visited Esbon Rural High School Wednesday. Commencement exercises at Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker and girls were in Topeka May 14thl on business. The ath grade went on Sneak I Thursday. School will be out Tuesday. Miss Cynthia and Lucretia Fnyeart brought their mother home from Overland Park on Saturday. Cynthia will stay home and Lucretia went back to Overland Park Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. Avison and Shirley were in IIastings Sat- I urday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rhoades and girls of Hastings spent Sunday at the Max Ball home. Mrs. Lena McClcery, Mrs. Maude Keller, Mrs. Audrey Young and Douglas Clark were in Beloit Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Avison were in Smith Center Friday after- Ionia for 8th graduates were noon. held Thursday evening with The Vernon Mariettas pur-I Standley Brown giving the chased Roy Ncbel's Ford Sat- address. Valedictory was given urday. I by Sherri Dietz and diplomas Mr. and Mrs. John MeCleery presented by board member called at the Ethel Thomas] * . . ' . . i Rex Henningsen. Thzs zs the home Friday evening. last class to graduate from Mrs. Nettle Seems of Red~ Ionia Grade. With unification iCloud was a Sunday dinner in tim future, 7th and 8thland supper guest at the John grade students will attend Jr. McCleery home. Mr. and Mrs. High. ]Warren Herndon were also Mrs. Leon Falk and daugh-'supper guests, i ters of Harveyville, Mr. and Mrs. Ida Peroutek, Mrs. Har- Mrs. Lynn Dietz and sons of rictt Topliff and Mrs. LeonaI Clay Center and Mr. and Mrs. Peroutek attended the Demo i Dean Leonard and daughters crat Silver Tea at the Buffalo! were among the out-of-town Roam at Mankato Saturday. guests attending the corn-I Larry McKinnis was a Sun- mencement as their sisters iday dinner guest at the Glen were, graduating. Topliff home. Tom Miles, Hal Torten, Rev., Mrs: Lena McCleery, Mrs. Trott and Mable Rose were in Maude Keller, Mrs. Audrey Salina last week attending an- Young and daughter and Mrs. nual conference. We~ are glad Ethel Thomas were in Beloit that Rev. Trott was reassigned to Ionia-Odessa. Mrs. R. Avison Mr. and Mrs. Jess Doubrava and Jessie Avison and Shirley were in Belleville Tuesday get- ting things ready for Karin Young to move to Mankato Saturday to attend a sale. The Gregorys and Schroders of Osborne played a special at the E.U.B. Church Sunday morning for the Bert Henry special. Mr. and Mrs. John McCleery spent Saturday evening at the Sam McCleery home in Le- banon. Mrs. Delbert Carver of Su- perior passed away Saturday morning at the Superior hos- SOLOMON VALLEY HUNTERS' AND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB ARE HOLDING AN OPEN MEETING FOR THE PUBLIC 8:30 p.m. At The Club House in Ionia Pictures Will Be Shown. Illlll I " I r r: "Ill " , i .. m i MADE IN AMERICA HARDWARE Phone JU 7-2191 Burr Oak, Kans. WE HAVE ABOUT THE USUAL LINE OF HARDWARE: Stock Tanks, 4-ft. up to 8-ft. Lots of Bolts, all sizes, up to A good assortment of Wrenches, Socket Sets, Box End; 1 set :Yt" drive, good Paint and Thinner; Linseed Oil, bulk Chains, all sizes up to %", bulk Roller Chains Sprocket Chains l A few Grain Augers Good heavy Tarps Aluminum Ladders, up to 40-ft. Plenty of Spades, Pitchforks, Scoops, Ga,rden Tools, Garden Seeds Drill Bits - Wood Bits Saws, Hammers, etc. Warfarin Rat Killer :Ys", Black & Decker Electric Drills Mower Sickles, all kinds, Section Guards a.nd other parts Garden Hose Huffy Mowers, used an, d' new A few Guns and some Fishing Tackle V-Pulleys; Belting m LEWIS II II I I II I II I I II pital. Funeral will be in Su- perior Tuesday at 1:30 with burial in Prairie Home Cem- etery, west of Esbon. The fam- ily has our sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carver were in Superior Saturday to be with his brother and family. The Bill Bakers went to To- peka Saturday to get their truiler house and they will: take it south to harvest. They came home Sunday evening. Doe and George Lamb went to Topeka Sunday to visit Ben Lamb. I Mrs. Katie Mendenhall was a Stmday ditmer guest at the John Bodge home at Portis. Mrs. Elsie Stevens, who teaches school in Alaska, was one of the eight who received notice of the appointment in the Universily or Alaska for 3 weeks setting up guide lines I guest at the Mothers' Tea a( the church basement Thurs, I day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harvey el 415 College,, Hill, Oskaloosa, Ia. phm to celebrate their 50tt wedding anniversary with opel house in the Women's Resl denee at William Penn Col lege Sunday, June 12, from ', tu 5 o'eluck. No gifts. The.~ were pastors and teacher~ here at Northbraneh Academ about 35 years ago. Versa ha: taught for many years and th~ past 9 years in Penn College Guy r~tired,., from pastors :work in 1962. Mrs. Elsie Wallace, Ida Pug] and Martha Harris enjoyed birthday dinner,~, with Edith Fo] get last Friday in honor e Martha's birthday. Word has been received ˘ the death,, of Mrs. Clarenc for Math teacimrs in Alaska (Ehna Andrews) Burgess ˘ as what to teach in the next 4 Pasadena, Calif. The funerz years. (This was taken l'rom is phmncd to be at Red Clou a letter written to the T. R. Funeral Home Tuesday, Ma Smiths.) 23. Mrs. Burgess was th • youngest daughter of Mr. an N rthbra ho :: -no- Andrews, who live here in former years. Milder, clear weather thi Monday morning after coo, Edith Folger changeable weather last wee~. Services were dismissed Sun About % inch of rain last weet, day n/ght so all could go toI ..................... the Baccalaureate services at' Mrs. Milford Ost, Mrs. R( Burr Oak, as five of our young bert l)can and Mrs. Robelt people graduate Eugene Glov- ()st spent Wednesday in Ha,, er and Douglas McNicho]sI tings. t w w mmmw 1. I ( 1'! i;i -i,i ii i,iil i i iii i iii III II II II I ] MANKATO IIIGtt SCHOOL ALUMNI PICNIC Kansas National Guard Armory Mankato, Kansas SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1967 -- 6:30 p.m. For Alumni, Former Students, Teachers and Board Members Bring your ŁaLmilies, your friends, food and service. I _ ii I II I I SI ECIAL SUPPliR Nite on[y, ' FRO TIER CAFE .. i i i ] . , IF YOU CARE ENOUGH - - TO PLANT TtIE VERY=' BEST - - RS 67 1 i \ A Strong Stalked ! r Mid-Season Mile ~: ~ !~ ~j Now va O e throu~ F~ ~ ~˘ Check the Official KalIUll ~. E ~ Sotratea2reai~uSgt~gh~a.P" First in Greeley County Irrigated tests on both the two and three-year average. First in Ford County Dryland tests on both the two and three-year average. First in Finney County Fallow tests for the avera~j~ of the past three years. 22% above the average in LaBette county in and 11% above the average the past 3 years. 15% above the average in Ellis county the past years. 16% above the test average in Stafford county |~ 1965. 8% above the test average in Reno County and ~ above for the past three years. 8% above the average in Thomas County the put two years. 6% abo~e the test average in Brown County the PUt three years. a consistently'good hybrid grain sorl#mm - : Pick up RS671 today. HARRY HANSON - Mankato TED THUMMEL - Esbon FOR MELVIN DAHL - Formoso FARMERS UNION CO-OP ELEV, - Randall II I I i I1'1 t' z