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June 1, 1967     Jewell County Record
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PAGE 2B "'Frosty" Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dodd are enjoying the children, Les lie and Stephen, of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin 1)odd. The Mar- vin Dodds are sponsoring the Senior Class of Miltonvale on their sneak. Mr. and Mrs. Claron Paxson were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ida Pugh of Northbranch. Mr. and Mrs. John tlanson and children of Wichita and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lorence and family of Hastings were weekend guests of Mrs. ,Jessie Lantis. Sunday dinner guests in the Claude Frost home were Mrs. Ray Langin of Wyoming, Mich., Mrs. Roy Atkins of tan coin, Nebr,. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coffey of Go(i+thmd and Mr. and Mrs. Rllberl .Ion kinson of Belleville. Mr. anti Mrs. Lloyd Shoelnalu,' or wi chita were afterno(m +'allers as were Mr. and Mrs. lhlul Frost arid John. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Rickson and Carl of Topeka were Sig urday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis l)ietz. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hajny j()ined tilt, group for supper Saturday ev ening. The Ricks(ms were Sun day guests of Mr. arid Mrs. James Johns tif Esbon. Sunday .g,,ests of Mrs. ltazel ~lhipley and Max;De were Mr. and Mrs. A1vie Wright and two daughters and Mr. and Mrs. John Haley of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. John 13rein of Athol and Mr. and Mrs. Mel vin Shipley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby, Harvey Silsby and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beam attende(I a pot luck dinner at the Lamb Schoolhouse Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Silsby and chil- dren were afternoon guests. Mr. and Mrs. 1)urrell Mullett of Wichita were Saturday night guests ot Mr. and Mrs. llarold Beam and a((ended the Silsby dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Blain of California are house guesls ()f tie Bert Henrys. Tuesday night they all dro~e to Osborne to attend the 8th Krade Kradua tieD in which Gloria Schroder I i r- was a member. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dodd and grandchildren alterlded a cookout at the ,Jerry IIi('knmn home in IIastings Sunday ('v ening. Mr. and Mrs. (;tiy Lamber s(m and son of Pahn(,r. Nebr. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gass Sunday afler noon. Aubrey (]ass atten+h'd lilt' me)norial services for Mrs. I)elbert Carver in Sup(,rior (in Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chiron Paxson calh,d +)n Mr. an+l Mrs. F)'(,+I Paxsorl Slln+lav err'hint{. Mr. and Mrs. (',h,nn .ll)nl,s visitt'd with Mr. Johrl S(.'t)II ;it the rest h(irn(' in l,'ranldin, Nebr. S;tiin'day Im(l (h(,n aI hmde+l lilt' ;lhnn)li ;ll b'orrnoso Saturduy even in.,.(. Mr. and Mrs. ,Ihnn)y l)nwn ins an(l family were S;itur(l;ly '-;upl)('r ~u(,sts of Mr. and M)'s. Melvin Shil)ley anti family. Mr. and Mrs. Ilerl Ih,ury and Mr. and Mrs..h)hn l~;hiin visited with Mrs. Bud Blain at tilt, hospitul in Rt,d Cll)u+l Sun(Jay a ftern(ion and thpn ('ailed on Mr. und Mrs. [,outs (;ohlsworlh. Mr. and Mrs. Vi(" Gregory of Osborne has ~l)))e It) New Mexico to Silly for a wllih,. Mrs. Bu+l B]ain underw(,nt inajor surgery lit tilt) Wehste)' Co. lh/spital Wednesday iilorn inK. I am very happy to reporI , that she is recl)v(,rin++~ nicely anti will t)e Koing honle in-a few days. Mrs. Bryce I)l)dd, Mrs. Jessie [,antis und Mr. and Mrs. Clau(h' l,'r(ist h;Iv(' visite+l her. Mr. an(l Mrs. Gh,nn Jones attended a fanlily dinner ai the Chlyton FluKhes home Suri- +lay. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Frost and Mrs. Bill Frost ath,nde(l graduation lit l.'ort llays Col ]eKe tonight (Monday), Bill Frost is a member of the grad uating class. l)urward Frost visited his friends at the l,ehrling garaKe in Mankah:)Thursday morning. Mrs. W. G. Hills and Mr. anti Mrs. Bud ititb; went to Colby Sunday t() aitend fun oral services fllr lh|rold Hills. Smartly styled new .nisters save ,pace,. ~ ~ _qR snap air-tight to TNi4 u,w keep things fresher. Smart buyl ItAJ?Y PRICE Mrs. Vachel Crawford JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MA, NKATO, KANSAS ! Wednesday. Vachel and I atten+tecl the alumni at ,Jewell im Saturday even ng. T wre was quite a There was quite a storm in this part of the county Friday evening. There was quite a lot of hail north and northwest of US. The wheat was pound(,d in to the Krotmd and all other crops, Simle ()f the buildings at the Richard Gardner home wer(, destroy(,d by wind. There were diff('rent measurements of rain. There has been report cd as much us two inches in sore(' places. We had two in tills part of the ('O|lIHy who ~l'il(Itlfltl'(l fr()m high school this spring from Jewell tligh Scholll. They wer(' I,ois Reece, +laught+'r of Mr. and Mrs. t,ewis Reeee, ;ind ,luniee Kissinger, daugh h,r (If Mr. and Mrs, Karl Kiss ingl,r. We exlend (.ongraluhl lions ill l)olh (If these young hldies. Wit(It' B(,i'ry Sl)(ml lhe I)aSl week wilh his ~ran(lliarents, Mr. anti Mrs. Va('ht!] Craw for(I. Mr. and Mrs. l,oo ,~,heah;in ;ind ,](i;in anti Kenneth Kim lllin;lu wl,nt OUl for Sllppt,r Saturday evening tll helI) celt brate Mr. und Mrs. Leo Shea han's 42nd we(hling anniver Sill')' lind also Mrs. Shl,ailiin's, birthday. Mr, and Mrs. Ronahl PayneI and children sliellt SaturdayI ewming with Mr. and Mrs.I' Earl Mullins to help her rattier/ celebrate his birthday. [ / Th(! Chesebro Chib met withI Mrs. lrl Snyder on Thursday afternoon. There were nine members present. The after noon was spent socia]ly. Mrs. l,eo Sheahan received a Kift for her birthday from her rays h'ry sisler. She also hall charge of the program. The cluh will meet in two weeks with Avis Crawford. A h)vely hmch was served by tile hos tess. Mr. and Mrs. G. Shue called an Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kiss- inger Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Oelkers returned home from the hospital a few days fig+). Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Me Milhm took their grandson to tile dentist at Con+.l)rdia on Model 283 Switchblade HAMILTON BEACH ELECTRIC KNIFE Blade rotates for vertical, horizontal carving crowd |)l'eseut. Everyone seelll- ed to he having a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kissinger entertained a group of r(qa tiles and friends in honor of Janice Kissingel"S graduation un Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace of Fhnllder, Colo. were guests (if Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I)unstun after the F()rmoso Alumni +)n Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Geiger of Clulnuh' spent il weekend )'(' cerltiy with her parents, Mr. flil(I Mrs. Edwin McMilhln, Mr. an(I Mrs. Virgil Knarr and I1('1" nmth(,r (If ],i)l('()]ll, Nel)r. were ('a]h'rs uii Mr. (hly ]{I)])})ills Salurdny. Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mr. and Mrs. Chlir Oslm)'nl, and fat)tily and Mr. anti Mrs. I)uilne Kintigh and furnily ;il l.('n(h'd I]le fllh grade gradlla th)ll +'×(')'cis('~; al I{el)ubli(' +)n Thursday l,Vl'ning, l)('bby Kin liKh was one of the gr'aduah's. Mr. and Mrs. Win. ,Ioilannes all,ended the l~r'aduathm of theh' ~randson in ()ruati,I last week. l,ew Edger, who has been visiting a hrother in l)enver, returned home hist Mon+hiy. : .))())'is Balhu'(l of Nln'lon sp(,n( the weekend at the home uf her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ilalhu'd. Ray and Itarry l[uninstan of Newton visited relatives in lhe Wet)ber community during the Menlnrial Day weekend. Edwin Ross came from Ok- hlhoma for Memorial I)ay and the Webber tligh School Alum- ni reunion. Lucille Graham and Mrs. I)(n'othy Sh)an from Lus Crus es, N. M. are visiting at lhe l)ale Crispin home and with other relatives. Mrs. Paul I)ahl, Denise and Curtis, Mrs. Sam Behrends and Barbara and Mrs. Glen AIldi'eilson and sons were eel. fee guests at the Lawrence [ Buthwell home Saturday morn- ing. M) md Mrs. Sam Behrends tl)ok Barbara to thlstinKs Sun day where she boarded a plane for Washington, i). C. to re turn to her work. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell spent Saturday even ing with Mr. and Mrs. Don Davis in Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dick of Leeds. Utah visited ;it the W. W. Gunn honle from Saturday until Tuesday. Mr. ;ind Mrs. Harold Both well culled on Mrs. I,'ern W0rkmun in tlardy Sunday af ternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Law son of l)ennah)s;I, Kans. were guests +)1' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn Monday anti Tuesday. Sun(lay, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil IIilll and ])(?iiiln were guests THURSDAY, JUNE 1, illll ill l.ll(, l[ar(ll(I I acl4er hurne in Sunday afterno+m. K.oilrlley, ()th, i's I)l'(!selll wore Mr. ;tB(l, Mrs. i'lill'l'y I)ick Mr. ~tnd Mrs. I)arrell Faeger, of Leeds, Utah, Mrs. V. S. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Faeger, " Stanley Faeger and Mr. and Lynn, i)f Genevu, Mr. and Mrs. Matlri(:e l,fiws(Jn of t)('lrnalosa, Mrs. Clyde ]~,l)Lhftlss aud their daughter, fill i)f Omaha, Mr. Kans., and Mr. bind Mrs. W. W. and Mrs. Clar'efl('o Johnson of (]unn had lunch toKether at Ruskin, and Mr. and Mrs. I,a- the Coffee Sh(ip in Superior verDe th)ins of Waverly, Nebr. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal The annual reunion of fire and Mr. and iV[rs. L. L. Duvid grudLlilt('s of thc Webher Hi~ll son were delegates to the Me- School was held ;it lhe church thodist Church Conference in Monday evening. ttutchinson from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson attended the Methodist Church Conference fit Hutchins()n Sun day. Their son, l)on, wh(I re celled his l-la(!]le[(ir of l)ivinity degree from Saint t)auls Sein in;ll'y in Kansus City last wcek, was ordained ;is a ininish'r M)'. and Mrs. Wm. B. and daughter, Debbie, of Tub sa, Okhl. spent the here visiting her sister, F. R. Fair, and their father, Jim Jacobs, at Superior. :',, Eunice Huber was a Frida night supper guest fit ShonlCs. Eunice and Shooks we]'(' Sunday guests at the Elmer home north of Lebanon. IIY-KLAS STORE RA 5-3551 - ESBON, KANS. 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