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}5. eAq,'. i, , i , lurr Mrs. Forresf Howard Clarence Black of Mankato was a Sunday morning visitor at the Phillip Underwood home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Baker of Kensington were Sunday ev- ening visitor,; of Mr. and Mrs. James McCormick. Mrs. Clarence Warner and Katie of Enid, Okla. and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Oldfield and Bill were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ona Wil]iamson. In the afternoon they visited the rock sculpture at Portis and the Glen Elder Dam site. Mr. Harry Dillon of Green- leaf, Ida., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Snyder and family of Beloit, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Everson and family of Juniata, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs, Richard Swart zendruber and son of IIesston, Mr. Jake McDonnel, Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole and Mrs. El caner O'Neal were callers at the Clarence Pixler home the past week. Gary Foster and girls nf Philllpsburg were Wednesdaj: evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster and their house guests. Margaret and Susan thin cock returned to their home in Kansas City on Wednesday after spending several days with their grandparems. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Quick o/ Hutchinson were Monday sup. per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDonnel. Mr, and Mrs. Lester Suchs land and family called on Imr ry Burger and Emmett Itoyt at the Belleville hospital on Sunday. Mrs. Delbert Underwood and Gerte, Mrs. Pearl Siena and Sloven Damon of Superior vis tted Clair Sloan at Hays on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Clair Walden of RUskin, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillon were Tues- day dinner guests of Mrs. Lulu Walden. Mr. a~d Mrs. Ray Stanton and family of Glasco visited Mrs. Ada Stanton on Tuesday afternoon. Penny S~anton re mained for a visit returning to her home on Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs Lyle Olena and family of Geneva. Nebr. were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siebert. Mrs. Ruby Walker of Hoxie wal a Friday afternoon caller at the Jake McDonnel home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Calahan of Lebanon, Ore. came Tuesday to visit in the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calabam ' ;0t'en ,Undiexwood spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs.*Delbert Underwood. Clarence Black of Mankato I was ! a Tuesday afternoon and I visited Lawrence Doud of Den- supper' guest of Mr'. and Mrs. lver, who is visiting at the Roy Brandon. ] Herl)ie Doud home. Mrs. R. J. Badger, Sr. and] Mr. and Mrs. John Blaine of Gall of Mankato were Wed-lCalifornia were callers on nesday afternoon callers at the| Mrs. I,ulu Walden the past Phillip Underwood home. | week. ~r'. and Mrs. Charles Sharp of Miltonwde visited Mrs. Ada Stanton and other relatives on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. tlenry Siebert visited relatives at Cairo and Grand Island, Nebr. the past weekend. Mrs. Nettle Joimson spent the weekend with friends in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swart- zendruber and George of Hess- ton, Karts. and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pixler were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Marie Everson and boys. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fearing were Wednesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jean Fearing and Randy in honor of Clar- ence's hirthday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Logue of Longmont, Colo. were Wednes- day overnight and Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forest t,'oster. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gates and family were Sunday dinner guests of' Mr. and Mrs. John Gates in honor of Lori's birth- day. Recent callers in the John Gleason home were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gleason and daugh .er of Dexter. Is.: Mrs. Alice Oglevie of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beanblossom of Phillipsburg; and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Pugh and family of Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Durrell Mull- ett of Wichita were Sunday ,,wening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clell Hancock. Mrs. Del Foster celebrated her 92nd birthday on Wednes- day, June 7, at the Good Sam- amtan Home in Superior. ,lames McDonnel of Hoxie spent from Monday until Wc~,J- nesday in the Jake McDonnel honTe. Mrs. .Ierry Lockwood and boys of Wichita and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kiehl and boys were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heskett. Mr. and Mrs Ira Powell were Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs, ,John Williams. Sr. in Mankato. They also called at the Gene Powell residence at the Senior Citizens Home, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed and Pvt, and Mrs Merle Reed and Michael Dean attended a family reunion at the home of Mrs. C. T. Clegg in Mankato on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers spent the weekend in Omaha visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Under- wood. Gene and Mark were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbie Doud. They Mr. arid Mrs. Aleck Arneso and Debbic of Inawde, Ncl)r.' and Mrs. Nellie FoRe of Kan sas City were Tuesday after noon visitors at the James McCormick home. Mrs. Fogo canae to aceolnpany the |{od Fogo family back to ElDora(to. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Benedict returned to their home in Om aha on Wednesday after spend ing a few days with her moth- er, Mrs. Ada Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ifill and daughter, I)onna, and baby of Trona, Calif. spent from Sun day until Thursday in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hem'y Siebert. They were here to visit anothe," sister, Mrs. Florence" Valeka, at Clifton, and their daughter in Arkan sas. Joyee Fugo has accepted a teaching position at tiillsboro, Kans. She will teach art in the elementary and secondary schools in Hillsboro. Mrs. Lyle Mahaffy Miller of Mankato, Mrs. Mabel Wolf of Seattle, Wash. and Mrs. Ruth Wilson were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dav- id Demaray. Harry Dillon of Caldwell. Ida was a Wednesday dinner guest oi Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benbow. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woern- er and Arnold were Saturday dinner guests of Mr.and Mrs. Arthur Cockroft and Janice. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of Alta. In. and Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Mohler were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan. Mrs. Glenn Bennett attended the Mystic Circle Club at Man- kate on Friday evening. Ray. and Mrs. G. R. Also- brooks accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon to ttastings on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Smith left for their home in Boulder, Colt). on Saturday after visit- ing a week ~ith his sister Mr. and Mrs H A. Decker. Mrs. l~ulah Heisz of Man- kate was a Sunday overnight guest of Mrs. Nettie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith nf Boulder. Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson of Downs. Mrs. Ethel Ross of Spring- field. Me, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker and Mr, and Mrs. Lee Garman were Memorial Day callers at the W. G. Decker home, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Under- wood were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray mend McDill. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Head- lay and family of Lawton. Okla. were weekend guests of l III Ill I LONG VENUSMN DAYS SCIENTISTS HAVE FIGURED OUT THAT VENUS ALMOST CERTAINLY ROTATES, THOUGH PROBABLY VERY SLO VENUSIAN DAY IS " ....... WLY. A P'~vm'a'~L'( ABOUT AS l.ONO AS OUR. YEAR. Finance rockets IVoZ But come let us tel] youabout the special advantages of our BANK AUTO LOANS./ I I in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of .... CONFIDENCE , , I.D.I.C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.DJ.C. Since 1933 .... ESTABLISHED 1883 %.r, ,ii~i,,, , i i I i I I II I I I I I I J JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MAN1 TO, KANSAS Mr. and Mrs. Roy Headley. Karts., and on their way home Clifford Simmons, Ventura, I M,'. and Mrs. Stanley Perry Tuesday, they visited Mr. Calif., of the~class of 1917. I of Friendswood, Tax. were Sat- Hassman's sister, Mrs. Harder, i Sorry we couldn't get more of urday overnight guests of her and husband at Windon, Kans. the names of those from a hrother, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Other guests were his brother, distance, but doing disiles in Benlmw. They attended tim 50 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hassman, the kitchen with the other gals year class reunion at North- and nieces and nephews, isn't conducive toward gather branch on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Calahan of l,et)anon, Ore. and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan were din- her guests Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. David Dem- al'ity. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bennett attended a centennial celebra- tion at Nelson, Nebr. on Sun- day afternoon. of Mr. and Mrs. Buel ttockett ]';ugene, Ore. and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn tlockett of Green- leaf, Ida. were Tuesday visit- ors in the Loren Fogo home. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Penner and Mrs. Mamie Cockroft of Mankato and Mrs. Ada War- rcn and Mrs. Goldie Broyles of Superior were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cockroft and Janice. They all altended the youth rally in Burr Oak in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Yoon Kwon Chae and aung Hae of Korea were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr'. and Mrs. Clark Calahan. Gr'egg and Todd Jeffery spent the weekend with their grandpa,'ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon, while their par- etns took combines to Argon- ia. Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Shaffer of Columhus Nebr. and Mrs. Effie Burgess of Superior were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker and their house guests. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cosand and Mitchell accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dillon to Man- hattan on Sunday where they attended the graduation exer- cises of which Lonnie Dillon was a member. Afterwards. they had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Burl Shaw and Bobble Jeanne of Kansas City. Bobble Jeanne was also a member of the class. Joyce Fogo spent from Tues- day until Friday in the Loren Fogo home. Connie accompan- ied her back to Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fogo went to Pittsburg on Sunday where they attended the baccalaur- eate and commencement exer- cises for the graduating class of which Joyce is a member. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gar- ton of Webber were Sunday af- ternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Perry England. Edith Folger At least 3 inches of rain fell slow and easy last week. with- out thunder or lightning. So nice to have the soaker. The Northbranch Academy class of 1917 had their reunion and banquet at the church basement Saturday night, June 3. Those attending were: Ray Hafner and wife. Henrietta, of Riverside, Calif.; Minnie Laid- ig and husband, Ira, of Ober- lin, Kans.; Gurney Wooten of Albion, Mich.; Mamie Estep and husband, Roy, of Burr Oak; Frances and Albert Ogle- vie of Caldwell, Ida. and their teacher Stanley Perry, and wife. Frances of Friendswood, Tax. After church, a number of relatives and friends enjoy- ed dinner together and visiting. Vacation Bible School was held last week in the mornings and the program was Sunday night. Mr. anc] Mrs. Louis Jeffery from near Lincoln, Nebr. vis- ited his cousin, Mr, and Mrs. Everett Jeffery, over the week- end. Bessie Short of Guide Rock, Nebr. called on Ida Pugh re- cently. Mrs. Elsie Wallace returned last week from visiting her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wallace, at Kingman and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wallace and family, at Viola, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Warner and his mother, Dora Warner, visited over the weekend with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Warner~ and sons, at Grinnell, Ia. Their" grandson, Darrell Warner, returned home with them for an extended stay. Mrs. Maurice Jeffery and daughters, Susie and Becky, and Mildred Winslow drove to Kansas City last week. Mrs. Jeffery was attending a nurses' class reunion and Mildred help- ed to care for her new grand- son, who arrived May 29. He is Galen Dean, son of Charles and Thehna Hanson. He weigh- ed 8 lbs. 3 ozs. Kermit and Curtis Jeff cry took their combines south Sat- urday. Woman's Missionary Society plans to meet at the church Thursday afternoon, June 8, at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rinard and her father, Mr. Hassman, visited Hilda's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Matile, at Amerieus, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rinard and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Payne of Guide Rock attended the open house at Sprague Nursing Home at Red Cloud Sunday afternoon and went on to the Colonial Home at Blu{ Hill to visit Albert's mother. Another nice shower Sunda night. Mostly clear and mild this Monday morning. Home Towner Monday, May 29 Chilly and damp, following rain and hail south and west of us. Some farmers have a complete loss in wheat fields due to bad ha/l. Mrs. Arlene Leece of Vali- ant, Okla. and Mrs. Norma Berg, Manhattan left hurriedly last Wednesday morning for Manhattan in answer to a phone call from Mrs. Berg's husband, saying his father had had a serious heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Baker and baby left at noon Wednes- day for Red Oak, Ia. to visit his parertts. They expect to return by way of Manhattan and visit the Kenneth Berg home before going on to their home in Longview. Wash. The Bob Peele. Merle File and Bruce Ayers families en- joyed an evening of fishing Sunday evening. Oscar Riehle was taken ill last Friday and was taken to the Brodstone Hospital in Su- perior by Mrs. Hildreth Russ- ell. It was thought he might have had a stroke. Mrs. Alta Lovewell has re- ceived the 2rid letter from her grandson, David Lovewell. who is still in the Naval Hospital in Yokosuko, Japan and some- what more improved than the last letter. He has been allowed to go to the hospital lounge to read and write letters. His ad- dress is still Pot. First Class David S. Lovewell UMC - U. S. Naval Hosp., F.P.O. San Fran- cisco, Calif. He had received some letters at the hospital and will be happy to get more since he mentioned one in par- ticular from Mrs. Gladys Hig- bee he enjoyed, besides those from relatives. Monday, June 5th Laurence Leece was a vis- itor at the home of his mother, Katherine Warren. Ivan and Margaret Warren and daugh- ter. Margo, were welcome vis- itors also on Sunday evening at the Warren home. Mr. and Mrs Lewis Haney and Delia Heldt visited Sunday afternoon at the Fred Ross home. Visitors this past week at the Alta Lovewell home were Miss Mary Dahl of Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Grove of Nebraska, Miss Patricia Squires, Kearney, Nebr., and Mrs. Delia Heldt and Kather- ine Warren. Miss Mary DaM took Mrs. Alta Lovewell to Chester Sun- day to enjoy a nice dinner at the care in Chester and a leis- urely ride home afterwards. Lovewell High School Alum- ni held their annual reunion and banquet in the auditorium last Saturday evening. Plans were made for serving 130 guests. 111 came. Kenneth Cook, past preoident,~-~ was the toastmaster and a nice pro- gram was enjoyed. The mem- bers of the class years "7" Mrs. Estaiine Bouray, who did all the decorating. The tables were really beautiful. The were represented by talks by Mrs. Ila Larmer. Class '"17"; mg news in the banquet hall. Many expressed their apltre elation of everything done for their entertainment and will be looking forward to "coming home" next year. As life goes on, circumstances change, hid coming home is a lnenlory ~11 cherish. Our deepest sympathy is ex- tended to the family of Mrs. Ella (Ross) Olena in her trag ic death. We have known Ella, her parents and grandparents all our life and often enjoyed her when a small girl with her loving disposition, smiling face and beautiful dark eyes. She was one of our special l)els when a child. May God blt,ss and comfort all of th~se who grieve at her loss. Mrs. Barbara Ross and two sons drove up from IIutchinson this weekend. Barbara attend ed the Alumni Banquet while the boys enjoyed a wcekc!v.' at "grandpa's". This has been a busy day a! our house with the L & B plumbers putting in new pipes and a new pump whieh should really improve the .waler situa tion and the housewife's con venience. A good crowd attended Mere orial Services at the Fairview Cemetery. The day and weath er were perfect. Not too many 3eonies withstood the frost but Chester and Gladys Van Meter had put real effort into having the grass well mown and clipped around the stones and there was an abundance of the beautiful plastic flowers. The3, are so real one has LO look twice sometimes to dis tinguish them from the genu- Lne. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Doxon of Newman. Kans. spent the weekend at their daughter's. Mrs. Estaline Bouray. Estal ine's brother. Delmer Doxon and wife of Topeka were here for the banquet. "' Frosty" The Daily Vacation Bible School of the Esbon churches held their program last night with a big crowd in attendance. Our congratulations to Mrs. Harry Kindler and her fine staff of teachers and helpers in making this year such a successful time and the fine crafts that were on display. A very good program was pre- sented and a display of the handwork was in the basement. Mr. and Mrs. era Hills drove to Blue Springs, Nebr. last Monday where Mrs. era Hills was an honor guest at her class' 50th anniversary alumni Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. era Hills attended memorial ser- vices and then were supper guests of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Actin at Liberty, Nebr. Mr, and Mrs. Bert Henry and Mr. and Mrs. John Blain spent Tuesday at Osborne. Then they left for Mission, Kans. on Wednesday where they were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burneal Henry. They attended the graduation exer- cises in which Connie ttenry was a member. The tIenrys and Balins returned home on Friday, bringing Brenda home with them to spend the sum- mer with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. era tiills at- tended. Memorial Services for Mrs. Lizzie Smith. an old friend and neighbor at Blue Springs and ten were dinner' guests of Mrs. Grace Rice. They spent the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Matthews. by Miss Florence Nelson, Class Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beam "27"; Wayne Switzer, Class and family of Smith Center "37"; Bob Peele for Class of and Mr. and Mrs. Harold "47"; and Barbara Bouray, Beam were Saturday supl)er Class "57". This was. inter-~ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny spersed by group singing. An[ Beam and children. interesting talk by Clifford| 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby Simmons, an architectural en-| and Earline and Mrs. tiarold gineer of the class of "17",[ Beam attended open house at was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Shir-| the Northbranch Church Sun- ley Leece played her electric/ day afternoon. A dinner was organ during the banquet hour./ held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Much credit is to be given]Albert Oglevie, who are here Lovewell W.S.C.S. served the[ from Idaho. banquet. The menu was min-| Mr. and Mrs. Forest Paxson ute steaks, mashed potatoes,[ of Lenora, Is. were Thursday gravy, green beans, apricot-[ overnight guests of Mr. and nectar salad, relish plates, hot[ Mrs. Claron Paxson. Mr. and rolls, butter, jelly, your choice[ Mrs. Fred Paxson were even- of pie and coffee. At the busi-/ ing guests. hess meeting, the ~ewly elect-[ Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Frost ed officers for the coming]and Wanda Wilson of Belle- year are: Clinton Swihart,[ville spent Tuesday evening president; Linda Ayers, vice-]with Mr. and Mrs. Leland president; Belva Kay Bouray,[ Frost. treasurer; and Harold. Both-[ Sunday afternoon guests of well, secretary. There were 21Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost members present of the first]were Mr. and Mrs. Charles graduating class of 1915 --/Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 52 years ago. They were Dora [ (Boyce) Davidson, Nelson, [ Nebr. and Nina (Peters) Love] ENJOY FINI= MUS|C from California, and 3 mem-/ $:So lIM bers, Mrs. Ila (Wilson) Lar-| DAILY mer, Mrs. Lulu (Risewick)| Phillippi, Twia Falls, Ida., and ! !:i:! THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1967'I! I Mankato FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY JUNE 9 - 10 - 11 Starting at 7:30 p.m. FROM PROPOSAL TO DISPOSAL HE'S OUITE A LADYKKI ! [iiNil JffFF{IES. GABOB TECHNICOLOR" PANAVISION" Shook and Miss Cheryl Han- cock. Mr. and Mrs. era Hills re- turned home from Blue Springs via the Glen Matousek family on Thursday. They visited with Miss Rita Matousek. who had just completed her fresh- man year at K. U. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beam and tire Durrcll Mulletts at- tended the Burr Oak Alumni last M(,r~y evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ilolliee Avison spent Friday evening at the Aubrey Gass home. Randall Gass was a Satur- day evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Lorence and boys. The District Youth Rally of the E.U.B Church will be held at Republic next Sunday, June 11. If any of the Y. F. mem- bers of Esbon can go, please get in touch with Mrs. Claude Frost by Sunday morning. Claude Frost and Bruce Cor- rick drove to Winfield Satur- day to get Jacque Frost. They visited with Mrs. Beulah Me- Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frost drove to Dodge City Sunday. Durward Frost stayed at the Paul Frost home for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frost drove to Bellevue, Nebr. to spend Friday and Saturday at the Larry Welch home. Mi- chelle Welch came home with the Frosts to visit a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kirk and Phyllis of Topeka, who were here for Decoration call- ed on Mr. and Mrs. Claron Paxson Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mc- Cauiley and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanderson called on the era ttills Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Jeffers called on Mr and Mrs. Claron Paxson Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Pul- son of Lincoln were visiting the Andersen families in Esbon community last They are moving to City. The Puisons were day night guests of Mr. Mrs. Melvin Shipley. ~1' Mr. and Mrs. Don Whelch~] and Kathy spent Sunday eve~ ing with Mr. and Mrs. Lelan~'I Frost and Pare. !!it Mrs. Irene Cooper of Ch~] anne, Wyo. spent Friday nigh~ with Mr. and Mrs. Bryce D()~J and then took Stephen ate{ Leslie Dodd on to Miltonva~| Saturday. Mrs. Cooper had] come to attend the graduati~| of her daughter, Mrs. Marvi~ Dodd, at Manhattan Sunday. ::~ Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hic~l man and Mary of Hasting| were Saturday night guests dj Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dodd an~ then the two famil/es drove tOJ Manhattan to attend the cok] lege Commencement wher~ Mrs. Marvin Dodd receiv~J her degree. The Hickmans a~ Dodds were supper guests ~'~ Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Do~ and children Sunday before coming home. Mr. and Mrs. tIerman MieJ of Zurick and Mr. and John Adams and children Salina were Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Ben Adams family. Mrs, Bryce Dodd called Mrs. W. B, Blain in Red Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn visited the John Elmer and Mrs. era Frye Mr. and Mrs. Ra Griffith and Janet spent day evening with Mr. and Claude Frost and Durward, Mr. and Mrs. Richard: erty and children, Patsy Steven. of Kansas City, spent the weekend here ing his parents. Mr. and George Marshall. and her eats, Mr. and Mrs. Hoard, at Jewell.