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!)!i ;i iiii;'I~ ~'*i~ ): ,~ %~ ~. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS " THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 ~ ' ' ' I because they did not advise at Drew University, a Me-ILAWRENCE J EMIGH [Webher Memorial Services our boys in hospitals and thelfarm near Hennessey, where ! the Vehicle Department of thodist Seminary at Mad-[ -- I ---- wreaths made by our V.F.W. ]he was united in marriage to ' I their chanae of address. If ison, New Jersey. Rev [ Lawrence J Emi~h was[ Memorial Services will be and Legion Auxiliary mem-]Bertha Smith. The couple ~!,;~,~:~ ~ : ! [for any reason you do not Kamu and Donna will both]born Nov. 21, 1895, at For-]heLd at the ,Webber Metho-lbers on the graves of our]left for the new land and / ;~ ] receive your renewal form teach in the Methodist High [ moso, Kans and passe(i [dist Church Monday, May soldiers. We are redecorat- [ settled west of Fairview U~', J!s~ ~.~. ~ L*,prior to the expiration date School in Apia, West Samoa. laway at his home on May [ ~0 at 2:00 p.m. ing our hall and hope to havel where in the early days they i~I~ [~;. ;'Y" Z ~:~ on your license write to the Donna a t~raduate o' I 19. 1966. He was the son o~ I ~ it finished soon. The evening[ struggled to establish a home i~~: k~:' :";* ]IVlot,r ehmle Department Kansas Wesleyan Umver-[Peter C. and Sarah Emlgh. [11 In[ ILl/ was spent visiting. Hostess-land improve a farm. land advise them. isity, received her master'sl He was reared in the For-]~-~ll~,Ikl VII~LI~ es were Ruth LeBow and[ His wife died in 1963. He II~N[~~:i g:i ~ I ~.emember to sign yourldegree at Drew University[moso community where he[ tgillnlt~'~ Ii~,Florence Fearing. ]also lost three children here m~[[l]~!~l~l]llti~ll~b~ ~]/0~.'ii, ~-. i [license and to have it withlwhile associated with thelmarried Vernie FieId o~/ ummers On May 3, our Guest Dav[TM continued to live on the lii~ ', ! [you when driving. [ Board of Missions of the Me- [ Feb. 10 t925. Two children.[ ~wrs. t ~ [Tea was-held. 32 members[home place following his N .-,~qll~ ~:'~3t [ l:or any ouestions or com- [ thodist Church [ Connie lean and Ava Don I Mr and Mr9 Raymondl and guests attended. The] wife s death until his final N ~ N i I ments contact Trooper] Peihma Foleni has worked[ were born to th~,s couple. / Leece and Mr. and Mrs. My-[ program was turned over tOlillness . ~i~]J ~~']'i I Shearer, Mankato, Kansas. [in a newspaper office at] Lawrence, or 'Pete" as he]con intermill atte, rtded the[Winifred Kuiken She show-i runerm services were at NNll~ i] ~ Apia West Samoa, for over/was know by relatives andl~vedding Sunday aLternoon/ed pictures of her trip a-[ChapeI Funeral Home, Rev. /~i~" '~ ~ Jim Wilson and Walter[ 20 years. He is an experienc-[ friends, worked at auto] of Carol Smith and Doug[cross the water We thank] Dennis Painton officiating. lllt ~ ! [Rourke Are in Minneapolis, ed printer. The folks at the mechanics in Formoso fo~[ Warren at the Met l~odistrher for a very n'ice eveninff [Interment in Onion Ceme- ~Ni:: ~ :~!~ ]Minnesota, For Meeting Record.office were. happy to two. years, then carried or Church in Superior [ Hostesses were Mary Boyd'[ tery west of Fairview near I~~~:~ I ~-- show h~m our eqmpment and this type of work for fou; { Mrs. Paul Rathbun atter~,d-[Mamie Boyd and Betty Ty~[his home. ilii ~7 ! ! Jim Wilson, Farm Servieeienjoyed visiting with him]years in Courtland and tholed a bridal shower Monde3 /rell. [ Survivors include two iii " i [ Director Jewell-Mitchell] about the operation ot the same length of time in Sup-] evening for Angle Ridle at / ~ "' ~ sons, Hamer of Enid, Ohio illi ;i! ! ]Cooperative Electric Co. Incl nO, vspaper and printing erior, Nebr. In 1937 be and[ the home of Mrs. Rag Cope lH" O. MONGOLD [ and Ernest of Fairview; three Ill1 [will'haveanart in annual]plant, where he works in his family moved to the]in Superior - - ~ [daughters, Mary Peterson of i/i~~~" [conference "on "TechnicallWest Samoa. imme place south of For-[ Tom Myers, and Tommy H.O. Mongold, 85, Fair-[Fairview, Marie Alvord and ii/i ~:~:~! i ]Developments in,Rural Elec-[ ~ moso, where he farmed theland Jerry Marr spent Sun- vieW, Okla was born Jan.]Emma Parmenter, both of iii i ] tric Distributi~n'. I 1916 Mankato Class ;emainder of his life. ] day afternoon with Mrs. Ella 6, "~881, in Davis Countv ] Jewell; a brother, W. C. Ilii IIw ![ Mr. Wilson s presentation[ ~ He was received into th ] Summers. Miss'~,uri, and died May 6 [Mongold of Vinita, Okla.; 13 iiii]~l~, : i ]will be on the comprehen-I The 1916 graduating class Masonic Lodge.of Formoso/ Dwayne Crispin was a 1966, following a short ill-] grandchildren and 3 great iiil i .sire studies and programs]of the Mankato High Schoo! in 1917. Having beena mem-/Sunday dinner guest at the ness [grandehildren.--Beloit Call. i/ i i carried out by the Jewell-I plans to observe its fiftietl: )er of the Formoso Metho-/ Paul Rathbun home. Hfs parents moved to BeI :. Mitchell Cooperative in re-[year since graduation at th( .list Church, he transferred[ A lar~,e crowd was pres-loit and l'a'ter resided at GlewJ F.R. Fair, president of the [ference to rural transformer] Alumm Banquet to be held his membership to the Fo~-] ent for t he last day of school Elder befi*;e going to Okla-] First National Bank, Man- i * } ]leading. [ this Saturday mght, May 28 ~oso Commumty Church m [ supper at the Valley View ~" homa in 18'89 when the Strip[ kato, attended the State i [ Walter Rourke Engineer [at the Armory. The 191C 1962. school house Friday even- was opened .to settlement. [ Bankers Convention in To- ~ : . [Jewetl-Mitchell CooperaUve, lclass is the largest class to Our departed ,was well ing Some of the former They first, located on alpeka last week. .*: ' ~ :i . ]will assist in this presenta-]have graduated from the loved by his family as a.ue- teachers were present. They i~ ~ ]tion. [Mankato Schools. Of the voted husband and father, were: Mrs. Henry Smies, --"~~t~ ~$OF THE ROAD stop you. I The conference will be in|fifty-one graduating, thirty- and he enjoyea many, many Mrs Dean Thornton, Mrs. ,by If you would rather notlMinneapolis, Minn. on Mayleight are living today, friendships, iElvin Steier, Mrs Earl Mul-yl nu .pt l " Ta r Leases a tnon I come to town, you can get lby the National Rural Elec-[class of 1966 has been invit- in death by his parents and Wiley of Mankato, Mrs. i g*~f the calls I re- I the applications for a dupli-] tric Cooperative Association.[ ed as honored guests for the one daughter, .Connie Jean. Howard Vernon of Admire i i~ from people whose[cate license from the Sher-I~ l evening. :,urwwng are n]s wife, Ver- Kans' Mrs Virgil Hall, Mrs. i license has been[iff's Office, the local police-ISamoans Visit Record [ ~ nie; his daughter, Mrs. Ava Hudi~ur~h~ Mrs Keith Mc- I have leased th;e 36-66 Service Station from the i destroyed. Quite of-Iman and from your Trooper.[office Friday [ A supper was held Sun- Don Mc.Geary of Wichita, Keown, an l the'two present Waugh Oil & Gas Company, effective June 1, . ] 1 th a Kans, hm son m law, Mr ,*y,believe that I can lYou will need to f'l e "~ i ]day evening, in the Bill Dil-"" ' - " . " teachers, Mrs Eldon Aesch- 1966.-It w'ill eontinrie to be operated under the : ~m a permit to drive]pfication out in duplicate[ Rev. Lalomilo Kamu and[Ion home m honor of Opal Dwayne McGeary; three liman and Mrs. Norman Mor- name of 36-36 Servic, e and will continue to handle granddaughters Devra, D] i [l ~e can get a du and get]t notarized Mad Peal na Fotem of A m West i[ : y - ] ' "-~ ' [." u " p",land Steve Cosand, who " . .~ - ris. ,h w~th a f]f anne anu t~arla lvlctJeary, ! license. I do not have]the original a )ng," . ! -ISamoa, accompaniedbyMrs.[graduated. Those present . - Mrs. Tend Van Wey call- ehe same quality products bearing the famous t one SlSLer, Mrs rern 1-1111 oI ! ,hperrnits to issue DrilY cent money oruer to zne,Art Ferguson of Courtlandlwere Mr. and Mrs. Albert ', . . . ed Wednesday afternoon on Phillips 66 brand, D ar ent uKmnoma Cxty, other rein t to do so The foil Motor Vehmle ep tm ~ ]t the IewellCount h r Mr and Ra i!Y -1 " Iv's" ed,y] S a p, . Mrs. Y 'i " ~ . - Mrs. Ella Summers. s s Keg the t ves, and me many mends [ methods are what I I in Topeka, Kan~a p [Record office Friday morn-[Howell & family, Mankato; . ~" . Marilyn Rathbun opened i recommend should [duplicate copy and the mon- I ing. ]Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hoard, wno were nls - ,- her beauty shop for business,We will be ple,ased to ~erve you in a prompt and ~se become lost or[ ey order stub. They willI Rev. Lalomilo Kamu and [Jewell; Mr. and Mrs. Edgarm" r),mermtne rormosoServ]ceswerebommumtyne'} Wednesday at 113 West 3rd ~ourteous manner. We will be honored to se.rviee i ~. [ show you have applied for a ]Miss Donna Ferguson, the I Hisel, Phoenix, Ariz." Mr. & St in Superior Drivers License Ex-[duplicate license. [daughter of Mr. and Mrs.]Mrs. George Cosand, Mrs )nurcn w]m. tne v.ramer Several from this vicinity and cheek your ear for all its needs and safety, i is in Mankato twice[ 1 might mention, also, lArt Ferguson were married]India Dillon, Burr Oak; Mrs. Runer~a~)mTeem ~na~7(ca2t attended Baccalaureate Ser- Leave your ear worries with us and your worries i l~: If convenient you[that your Kansas law re-[ Saturday May 14 in the Me-]George Cosand, St Milton- . " P.- .- vices Sunday evenin~ in Sun- will be over. Drop in and get acquainted and let ng. buppiymg me mumc . ply for a duphcate]qmres that you notify, m[thodtst Church at Courtland. lvale, Kansas; Randy, Brenda enor i ~y paying the exam-lwriting, the Motor Vehicle lThis was the first wedding l& Dedra Tate, Miltonvale were wyo.ern ~erneK~ng, Mrs Ollie Crispin of Sup- US be your ear's friend. ! cgnts. He will give[Oepa tment, Topeka, Kan-[ceremony in the new church. I Kansas; Nancy, Pat, Ellen: ,~V 2varaBerrn~t~in Jrn ~rrS' erior was hostess to the Val- ~ y of the application sas, should you change your] Peihma Foleni, a brother/Ruthie, Glenn Richards 3 - g a a . s; lev View Club on Tuesday Watch for Grand Opening at a later date. milton Hoaro, accompanleo ~ ~ill show that youiname or address Many peo-[of Lalomilo Kamu was the[Mich Cosand, and the honor afternoon On June 10 the plied ford duplicatelple do not receive their driv-[best man in the ceremony./guests, Opal and Steve. ~Ya~rsS'w~:rn ~ur id ~:s~e~t' club will" meet with Mrs. I Nlould an officer I ers licenserenewalforms Lalomilo and Donnamet[ Dale Hoard, Taylor Clark'T m McKeown. , mr and Mrs L~On t~argen , uon rlowlana,wayne t~er- ".~,;, , l . ~ ^ were bunoay alternoon Call- nekmg and Joe K,t4~,~y Burial was in Balch Ceme- ers at me r~eltn ~wcr~eown tery, Formoso. home. 7: ; ) : ! ,e ~ . , ? , 7.50 x 14 NEW ACTION Reg. Price 23.20 Our Price I1 Plus Tax -WHITE OR BLACK 7.50 x 14 Silent Traction MUD AND SNOW REG. PRICE $25.10 OUR PRICE PLUS TAX / :!i POLISH & CLEANER STOP LEAK OTItER ACCESSORY ITEMS REG. PRICE $1.50 OUR PRICE 7.50 x 14 THESE ARE NEW REG. PRICE $ 23.20 OUR PRICE O SIZES PRICED ACCORDINGLY PLUS TAX WHITEWALL $3.00 MORE Mr. and Mrs. Erick Heit- N.D. TAYLOR, DEALER Janis Fair Honored man and her mother, Mrs. Grauerholz of Byron, were Janis Fair is the new Sunday dinner guests at the - president of the Salina City Kenneth Henricksen home in 'Council of Beta Sigma Phi Courttand. sorority. She was elected Mrs. Bernice Reed and Wednesday evening, May 18 Mrs. Ella Summers attended at the final council meeting the 8th Grade Commence- of the year in the lounge of ment Exercises in Lovewell the First National Bank and Wednesday evening. Trust Co. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Me- The council consists of Keown and family and Mr. representatives of the city's and Mrs. Tom McKeown seven chapters of the soro- were Sunday evening supper rity. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon .lanis is the daughter of Aeschliman and family fin Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Fair of Superior. Mankato. Mrs. Edith Baringer was a Thursday visitor of Mrs. Miss Cheryl Halstead, Dale Crispin. who is a freshman majoring Dean Ehlers, Kenneth in Music at the University of Heitman and Tom Rathbun Kansas, visited over the were the 8th grade graduates weekend at the home of her of Valley View school this parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith year, and they attended the Halstead. She especially Commencement Exercises at came to attend the eighth Mankato, Saturday after- grade graduation of her sis- noon. ter, Mary. Cheryl was Mrs. Bill Hall of Kansas !chosen to represent Miller City came Sunday to the ~Hall in the recent Miss Wayne Tipton home for a K. U. - Lawrence pageant, few days visit. She r~as'one of 30 contest- Mr. and Mr~ Bil! Blake of ants and sang her recital" Camp Polk, La, ~pent Sun- number from an Italian day night and Monday at the opera. Cheryl was also Wayne Tipton home. selected to enter the Miss Kansas contest in Kansas City to compete in the Miss U. S. A. contest, but decided not to participate since it would mean missing some time from school. Cheryl returned to Lawrence to sing in the annual Pop Con- cert at K. U. Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Watt and Mrs. Etta Brenninger of St. Fran- cis, Kans came Friday af- ternoon and were weekend house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barnes of Red Cloud, Nebr. Sunday guests to visit with them were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aubushon of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Vin- cent Slaby, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hansen, and Mrs. Eva Kug- ler of Esbon. The ladies had accompanied Mrs. Margareta Hunt and grandson of Good- land, Kans to Red Cloud, and Mrs. Hunt visited over the weekend with Mrs. Grace Wiggins and Dale! near Cowles. They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Suchs- land and children, Robby & Mickey of Tulsa, Okla will be here this weekend for a visit at the home of his Mr. and Mrs. el Mankato American Legion Auxiliary The Auxiliary of the Amer- ican Legion Post 115 met at the home of Ruth LeBow, May 17. Alice Rafferty, chaplain, gave the prayer and a moment of silence fi3r our dead. Meeting was call- ed to order by President E- lizabeth NichOls. The flag salute was given and the preamble recited by 17 mem- bers. Edna Walker, secre- tary, read the minutes of the last meeting and they were !approved. The usual busi- ness was conducted. Reports by the various committees and officers were given. Lucy McBride received a note of thanks from the hos- pital for the sewed carpet rags. Mary Van Meter gave the hymn of the month, "This is My Father's World". She read the verses. An arti- cle in our "National News" states that the "Honolulu Memorial" was dedicated May 1. This is the last of 19 major World War II memor- ials which have been built by The American Battle Monuments Commission and is the only one which com- memorates the lost or miss- MOVE OUT IN MAY THE LOW-COST .WAY e 1966 CHEV. Impla Cpe; less than 3,000 actual miles; air and all--Save on this one. Factory warranty. 1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA Cpe, extra nice; Fac- tory warranty. 196S OLDS Air cond. 1 local owner; like brand new. 1965 CHEV. Impala 4 dr. lit never been titled; new car warranty 1964 CHEV. IMPALA 4-dr. Sedan; power and air; sharp. O. K. warranty. 1964 CHEV. BEL AIR 6 Cyl. Std. trans.; I local owner; O. K. warranty. 1963 PONTIAC CATALINA 4-dr. AT, Radio, T Glass; Sharp; O. K. warranty. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500; V8; AT; Reall,v nice; 1961 CHEV. IMPALA CPE. V8, AT, double sharp. 1962 THUNDERBIRD Air, PS, new tires, white; red interior; 1 local owner; 25,000 actual miles; like new all over. 1955 CADILLAC, 1 local owner, really nice; air and all; for cheap luxury transportation. 1959 RAMBLER 4-door, 13,560 actual miles; over- drive; local car; like new. 1959 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-door. Sharp. Std. with overdrive; 6 cyi.; 20 mile plus per gal. TRUCKS 1964 1959 1959 1956 1961 1959 1958 2-Ton 15'6" Steel box and hoist, like new. 2-ton, 2 speed, box and hoist 1 ton box, rack, hoist. 2-ton 18' Fold over box, Cpt. Good. GMC ton Heavy Duty, V-6; 4 speed. FORD ton 6 eyl 4 speed. CHEV. 2 ton 13'6" Knapheide box and rack 1954 CHEV. I,/2 ton 4 Speed, 6 cyl. 1953 CHEV. ~ ton, sharp. 1951 GMC H. D. ton; cpt. overhauled, nice. FISHING CARS --. Yes we have some under $100.00 Max Dudley, Howard Reeee, Lymlon Booz Bm Ludwig, Orva Rinse,