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I 7 JUNE 1, 1967 JEWELL COIYNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B Forrest Howard land Mrs. Kirk Thorn- Encampment, Wyo. dinner guests and Mrs. Delbert Un- and boys. V. L. Oldfield, Bill Old- Mrs. Ona William- the Art Exhibits on Sunday. They the little red museum near Be- Mrs. Luther Wilson z in the Gerry Wil- in Grand Island returned home with a visit. Emerald Ost, Bruce of Franklin, Neb. in the Earl Gar- while Emerald at- a grain meeting in Sa- Verlin Zurmiller and of Stover, Me. were morning callers on Mr. I. L. Bender. and Mrs. G. G. Smith Colo. are visiting with his sister, Mr. Harve Decker. and Mrs. Fred Sander- r. and Mrs. Claron Pax- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. were Sunday dinner of Mrs. Ida Pugh. Mrs. Glenn Bennett the high school grad- of their granddaughter, Barnes, at Hutchinson evening. Carolyn member of a class of Mrs. Howard Long, Marc and Berry of Colo. came Saturday to spend the Memorial with her parents. Mr. Clarence Blew. Other on Sunday were Mr. Frank Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. and family and Mrs. Merle Blew and of Mankato, Benita of Vallarrica and Lamb. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Kans. came Sunday to Memorial holidays sister, Mrs. Lela Dill- Wilma. and Mrs. Daryl Cock- Darwin of Hebron, Saturday overnight Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and Janice. Everson of Kansas Thursday and Fri- the Marie Everson and Mrs. John Robert- Arkansas City, Mr. and Paul Johnson of Alta and Mrs. Stanley were Sunday visitors A. D. Aspegren home, and Mrs. Ivan Patnode City came Sunday the Memorial week- relatives and friends. and Mrs. Paul Logue Colo. were Sun- visitors of Mr. Forest Foster. and Mrs. Mile Tegley Nebr., Mr. and Cockroft and Dar- Hebron, Nebr., Mrs. Cockroft of Mankato, Mrs. Mitch/e Woern- Arnold and Mr. and Cockroft and Jan- Sunday supper guests and Mrs. Erich Penner and Mrs. Loren Fogo ,ne attended the grad- exercises at the Cloud Junior College on Sat- evening. Connie Fogo member of the class. and Mrs. Durrell Mullett Jamie, of Wich- honored guests at a held at the Lamb Com- Center on Sunday. present were Mr. and Silsby and marline ~Ir. and Mrs. Harold of Esbon, Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey and family Mr. and Mrs. Ne- Wray and Wy- Mankato and Mr. and Elmer Alexander. After- ~allers were Harvey Sils- ~. and Mrs. Merlin Alex- and girls and Mr. and ~Ielvin Silsby and family. , Delia Shertzer of Pa- Calif. and Mr. and Mrs. [afner of Riverside, Calif. Sunday to visit relatives ~iends. and Mrs. Roy Nelson ot ,re, Kans., Mrs. Margar- laier of Jewell and Mrs. tritte Frasier of Formoso hd high school gradua- te Wednesday evening. ~'rasier, their grandson was a member of class. and Mrs. Lyle S/oan evening visitors Delbert Underwood and Mrs. Dan Franco of Kensington spent weekend in the Gillett home. Harris and Tom on Satur- helped Lynda bring home from college. Reeve Hawkins attended the Beloit Art Exhibit at the Beloit park on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Headley and Mr. Dale lleadley and daughter of Plattsmouth, Neb. attended the funeral services for Charlie Lawson at Norton on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Yoon Kwon~ Car and Jung Ilae of Korea, Richard Brook, Linda Vader and Mrs. Nettle Johnson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of Alta, Iowa spent the Mere orial weekend in the Stanley Johnson and Goldie Johnson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch visited Mrs. ttarry ttanson at the Concordia hospital on Sun- day afternoon. Mrs. Hazel Stringer of Bak er, Ore. spent from Wednesday until Saturday with her cousin, Mrs. Nettle Johnson. Mr. Clyde Korb and Cindy were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korb at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Daisy Brandon at Beloit. Mr. Tom Klopfer of Topeka was a weekend guest of Mrs. Etta Masters and Edna. Mr. Klopfer was born in a log cab- in in 1880 near Burr Oak. Mr. John Rhoe and Wilma of Neligh, Nebr. were Satur- day morning callers on Mrs. Ollie Moon. Mr. and Mrs. John Pahner of Liberal, Kans. visited her mother, Mrs. May Boitnott at the rest home in Superior over Memorial Day. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Barland and family of Beloit and Mr. and Mrs. Art Carry and family of Alma spent Memorial Day in the home of Mr. Eugene Bennett and Bill. Mrs. Mamie Mullin received word that Mrs. Pearl Fiero of Denver, Colo. had been in poor health. John McCormick of Emporia is spending a few days in the James McCormick home be- fore going to Salina to work for the railroad. Guy Oliver returned home Sunday from the Veterans hos- pital in Grand Ishmd. He re- turned to the hospital on Wed- nesday morning, tie is improv- ing satisfactorily. Mrs. Bess Pair attended a party in honor of Roger Pair at the Belle Villa Cafe at Belie- ville on Friday evening. Harry Dillon of Greenleaf. Idaho was a Sunday overnight and Monday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDonncl. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Fogo and family of ElDorado came Sat- urday to visit in the James McCormick home. Mrs. Nellie Fogo of Kansas City accorn. Janied them here and is visit- ing in the Aleck Arneson home in Inavale, Nebr. On Saturday evening they all visited Mrs. George Cordel at tire Red Cloud hospital. Ricky, Ronnie and Curtis Paul of Red Cloud spent the Memorial weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul. Mrs. Earl Mullins had the misfortune of falling and breaking the bone in her ankle. Callers have been: Mr. and day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Derald Decker and Cher- /1. John Rhoe and Wilma of ~/eligh, Nebr., Mrs. Rebecca Calahan of Superior and Mrs. Opal Roesti were Friday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benbow. Reccnt callers at the W. G. l)ecker home have been Mr. ber, Ila Mullin of Bonner Springs, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Payne, J'ulie and Rod- ney of Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gates, Mrs. Etta Masters and Edna Masters. Mrs. Lois Diamond, Mrs. and Mrs. Ger- ald Fisher & Mrs. Larry Dia- mond and Byron of Mankato were callers in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. h'a Powell at- and lVh's. Floyd Johnson of tended the high school gradua- Downs. Mrs. Ethel Ross of tion of Jimmy Coast at Cim- lndepe(tenee, Mo., Mr. and maron on Monday night. Mrs. Cloyd Myerly of Man- kato, Mrs. Gale Tegley, Mrs. ,lack Burger and Mr. and Mrs. ltarve Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnes annd family of Hutchinson and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ben- nett spent from Friday until Sunday at the Ottawa County State Lake north of Benning- ton. Mrs. llelen McNichols, Mr. and Mrs. dake Mcl)onnel, Li]- lie Moon and Mrs. Lela Dillon and Wihna were the ones from here who attended the dinner at North}ranch in h(mor of Mr. and Mrs. Buel ttockett and ttarry Dillon of Greenlcaf, Idaho and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn ttockctt of Eugene, Ore. The Stanley Everson child- ren of Juniata, Nebr. spent from Saturday until Tuesday in the Marie Everson home while their parents were on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Patnode of Kansas City and Mrs. Bes- sie Burton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fogo and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stanek and girls of Xenia, Ohio came Sunday to spend the Memorial weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster. Mr. Stanek /eft Tuesday for home and Mrs. Stanck and girls remained for a longer visit. Mr. A. T. Thompson spent from Wednesday until Mon- day with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simons and family at Valley Falls, Kansas. Bonnie Johnson of Oklahoma City, ()klahoma was a Satur- day afternoon caller at the Nelson Harris home. Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Zur- miller and family of Stover, Mo. were Saturday over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Headley. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mur- ray and Mike of Junction City, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of Alta, h)wa, Bonnie Johnson of Oklahoma City, Okla. and Goldie Johnson were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Waddell and family at Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Radford of Topeka were Monday over- nighl and Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon. Edna Masters and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith of Boulder, Colo. attended the Alumni Pic- nic at Mankato on Sunday evening. Mrs. Ethel Ross of Inde- l)endenee, Me., Mr. and Mrs. Otto Benedickof Lincoln. Nebr.. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of Alta. Iowa and Mr. and Mrs Earl Garman and Johnny were Sunday callers at the James McCormick hnme. Mrs. Philip Underwood spent Thursday at the Dwight Un- derwood home in Belleville. Verle Underwood was a Sun- day morning caller on Dewey Underwood. Verle is home on leave from 6 months basic training from the army. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Oldfield and Bill Oldfield of Emporia were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ona Williamson. Ruth Wilson of Owensboro, Ken- tucky was an evening visitor. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dec- ker were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hawkins of Esbon and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stanck and girls of Xenia, Ohio were Sunday supper' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster. Florence Pixler, Eugene Everson and Toliff Everson were Wednesday callers on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pixler. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Under- wood attended the 8th grade graduation of Curtis Calder at Hardy, Nebr. on Wednesday evening. NOTICE On Sunday, June 4th, church at the Burr Oak Methodist Church will be held at 10 a. m. and Sunday School at 11:00 a. m. The regular time will be held on the following weeks. TAMMY SUE SPATZ Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Spatz are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Monday, May 29th. The young lady weighed 7 lbs. 10 ozs. and will answer to the name of Tammy Sue. The grandnparents are Mr. Mrs. Ronald Seamans of Man- kate and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag, Mr. Art Spatz of Jew- ell and Mr. Charlie Graham of Beloit. Mr. Claud Lansden of Fairmont, Nebr. is the great great grandfather. i, NOTICE The Burr Oak Lions Club is interested in finding an orga- nization to take the respon- sibility of serving concessions at the summer ball games. If your organization is interest- ed, please contact Carl Stepp or George Cosand. Burr Oak Summer School Summer School in Burr Oak Schools will be held as an- Mrs. Walter Naylor and Mrs. David Oliver of Leadville, Jim Frasier and daughter of Colo. spent the , Memorial Chanute; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newlin of Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome McColey of Smith Center; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bowman of Catlin. Ill.; Mrs. Max Bowman and Judy, Mrs. Eleanor O'Neal. Mrs. Bessie Burton, Mrs. Dora Redden, Mrs. Dallas Renner. Cathy Johnson, Bonnie Johnson. Beu- lah King, Mrs. Orville Hafner and Mr. and Mrs. John Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Me- Murray, Rex, Cheryl, Paul and Roy Dean, Mike Barrett and Sammy Simpson of Redondo Beach, Calif. and Mr. and Mrs weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oliver. Mr. I. C. MeKeown of Web- ber and Mr. Earl Mullin were guests of honor at a birthday party held at the Earl Mullin home on Saturday evening. Those present for the occasion ~ere Mrs. G. W. McKee of Portland. Ore., Tom Klopfer of Topeka. Tim Sweet of Web- SIDEWALK PIANO ANI) ORGAN SALE Ralph Soliday of Cimmaron 110 E. Main, Beloit, Kansas came Saturday to spend the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Po- well. They all attended the ~,~ Powell reunion on Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Under- wood and Debra of Belleville were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Underwood. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wacker and family of Edgar were dinner guests on Sunday. The Phillip Under- woods and Wackers attended the alumni picnic at Mankato on Sunday evening. Duane Spatz and Patty were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Thorn- burg of Encampment, Wyo. and Mrs, Emma Thornburg of Mankato were Friday after- noon visitors at the Delbert Underwood home, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoskins of BelleviUe were Sunday af- ternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender. Mr. and Mrs. G. G, Smith of Boulder, Colo. and Mr. and Mrn. H. A. Decker were Sun- A few of the specials .... Walnut Spinet Piano $399.00 Electronic Organ .. $299.00 Studio styled Piano $109.00 See us Wed., June 7 l lO E. Main, Beloit, Kansas ItOUGH PIANO & ORGAN CO. nounced beginning June 5. Enrollment is largely com- plete, but changes can still be made. Please call Mr. Hafner, JU 7-3366 if you wish to make any change in enrollment. Following is the schedule: 8:30 - 9:45: Grades 2-5 English, 5th grade room, Mrs. Harris, teacher. Grades 68, Mathematics, 4th grade room, Mr. Ander- son, teacher'. Grade 1, 1st grade room, Miss King, teacher. 9:45 - 10:15 Recreation. 10:15 - 11:30 Grades 6-8, English, 5th grade room, Mrs. Harris, tea- cher. Grades 2-5, Mathematics, 4th grade room, Mr. Ander- sen, teacher. Edith Folger tlarry Dillon of Greenleaf, Idaho attended church here Sunday morning as he is visit- ing his sister, Verda Glover, and husband, Edgar, and bro- ther, }'rank Dillon, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Buel Hockett and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hoc- kett of Greenleaf, Idaho ar- rived Sunday. The ladies are cousins of the MeNichols and Jefferys and the men are bro- thers of Forest Hoekett. The 1917 graduating class of Northbranch Academy plan on their fiftieth reunion Satur- day evening, June 3 then at- tend church at Northbranch Sunday morning, June 4 and say for the pot-luck dinner in the basement following. All friends are welcome to the Sunday gathering. The class consisted of Ray Hafner Riverside, Calif.; Roy Clark (deceased) ; Edith Osborne (deceased): Everett Oglevie, Superior, Nebraska; Albert &, Frances Oglevie,Greenleaf Idaho; Minnie Williams Laidig, Oberlin,Kansas; Gurney Wooten, Albion, Mich- igan and Mamie Estey, Burr Oak, Kansas. Mrs. Vinton Bond and chil- dren, Eddie, Lena Faye, Kar- lie, Melba and Bennie Joe of Plains, Kansas visited Mr. & Mrs. Virgil Warner and other friends a few days last week. Kary Winslow went home with them Friday to spend the weekend. Mrs. Virgil Warner an4 daughter. LaVeta Winslow, & MrS. Omar Arnett went to Kate, Oklahoma to attend their class reunion and visit over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ac- companied their daughter-in- law, Alice Jones of Guide Rock, Nebr. to Kansas City to attend the graduation exer- cises of their grandson last week. Mrs. Everett Jeffery spent most of last week in the hos- pital at Red Cloud with back trouble. She came home Sun- 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 Old Time Dance at the Guide Rock Legion Hall, Saturday Night, June 3, 1967 Squares - Rounds - Waltzes Adults, $1.00; High School, 50c; Grades, Free. LADIES' SPRING SUITS AND COATS '/8 off ONE RACK LADIES' DRESSES '/8 off ONE RACK BLOUSES, POOR BOY KNITS, CHILDREN'S WEAR $1 99 Choice ULTRA-BLEND PRINTS 4.9C yd. MOJUD HOSE, reg. 1.00 I now day. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillon and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Dillon and children went to Wichita Sunday to attend the Commencement exercises for their son, Ronald Dillon, at Friends University Sunday af- ternoon and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Warner visited her father, Mr. Page, at Chivington, Colo. over the weekend. Penny and Phil Troudt of Superior are visiting their un- cle, Harold, and aunt, Opal Bogart. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jeffery and son and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jeff cry spent the weekend in Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sander- son, Mr. and Mrs. Claron Pax- sorl and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Benbow visitedIda Pugh Sunday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Ray Itafner of Riverside, California arrived 'Sunday to visit his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harrier, and other relatives and attend his Northbranch Academy class reunion. Vacation Bible School will be this week May 29 to June 2 with the program next Sun- day night, June 4. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jef- fery and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jeff cry took their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jeff cry to Brook- ville, Kansas for dinner and visited other places Mother's Day. All kinds of weather - some warmer and some cooler days Mrs. Harry Sulliff Mr. and Mrs. Jess Doubrava of Esl)on, Mrs. Madeline Mil- ler speut Thursday in Grand Island and called on Cecil We}h, who is in the Vet erans th)sl)ital. Mr. l.arry Kaufman of Bel- leville called on Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Territl Friday p. m. Larry lived in their apartment 'a year ago. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Os born of Wichita called on Mrs. Letlie Korh Saturday P. M. The Oshnrns were on their way to visit their father, Mr. Pat O'Brien. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cle- ment of l)enver, Colo. came Saturday to visit at the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Terrill, and girls and other friends and relatives in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. }'rank Wenke and l'amily of Wichita spent the wt'(,ken(t with their sister', Mrs. Marie McMains, in Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch were (timler guests of Mr. & I Mrs. I,oren l)awdy at Jewell Sunday. Mrs. Ilelcn McNichols at- tended the dinner given in ho- nor of llarry l)illon of Cold- well, hlaho at the church at Northbranch Stmday. Mrs. th, len McNichols called on Mr. and Mrs. Art Estep Stmday p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nayh)r, their daughter, Mrs. Leslie Frazier and (laughter of Cha- nute, Kansas spent the week- FOR SALE BY SEALED BIDS BY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 278 PROPERTY NO. 1 Lots 1-2-3, Block 2, Platt's Addition to the town of Lovewell, Kansas. This property consists of an 8-room 1-story house with one bathroom, several closets, forced air furnace, and kitchen built-ins. Also has a 500-gal. propane tank, 12'x16' garage building, and a 10'xl0' storage building. PROPERTY NO. 2 Lot 18 of Block 2 in original town of Lovewell, Kan- "saS." Tliis property h~# hi ia~cl~ ~dldl~ ~pprbximately 40'x48' with a metal roof. Would make an ideal boat storage building. School District 278 will furnish a Quit Claim Deed to each of the properties sold. School District 278 re- serves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Both properties are open for inspection at any time, with immediate possession to successful bidders. Any bidder may bid on one or both properties, but the bid must be separate on each property. Send all bids to Melvin Blecha Agency, Man- kato, Kansas, by June 15, 1967, 2:30 p.m. ]lids will be opened in the Superintendent's Office, Unified School District 278, Mankato, Kansas, at 3:00 p,m. on June 15, 1967. We invite you to come to our Store on a Saturday Evening (we are open from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.) and look at our large stock of G.E. Appliances. You will also find some Kel- vinator Appliances and, of course,'Zenith TV. We have Myers and Red- Jacket Water Soft- eners, American Standard Furnaces and Air Conditioners, also- American Standard Plumb- ing ixtures, Myers and ! apidation Jet Pumps, and IXL Wood Kitchen Cabinets. We have 5 Servicemen to install and service what we sell. . Our Store opens at 7:00 a.m. and closes at 6:00 p.m. during the week. Come see us some Saturday Evening -- we will Trade! Our Store is Air Conditioned. MANKATO, KANSAS lend with her mother, Mrs. :Eleanor O'Neall. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Naylor and family of Belleville visited and all were dinner guests of Mrs: O'Neall. Mr. and Mr3. Ivan Patnode of Kansas City and Madeline Miller called on Mrs. Grace ttaworth Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elder of Itays, Kansas called on their aunt, Mrs. Eleanor O'Neall Saturday. Happy Hour Club llappy tlour Club was held at the home of Mrs. Doyle !l,orence last Wednesday. Due to illness and conflicts, only four nmmbers and a guest, Mrs. Tony Lorence, were pre- sent. The thank you note from the Jones family was read and the next meeting will be with Mrs. Leo Mizner. The after- noon was spent playing bingo. Mrs. Benny Reinert won the guess box. After a delicious lunch the meeting adjourned, but l understand a very good time was had, even though so many were absent. ..... L. F., Reporter, 1966 Impala V-8 4-Dr. Sedan - IS, Auto, Trans., and Fac- tory Air 1965 Bel Air V-8 4.Dr. Auto. 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