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. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, June 17, 1982 Page 2- Section 2 The Jewell County Parish . - ' J ' birthday celebration was held at Trinity at Jewell Sunday. , and had lovely decorations for the event. ESBON night and Saturday with Maude Keller and helped mOW. Gary and Kendall Ritter hauled bales for Maude Keller Saturday. Andv iv"" " Mr. and Mrs. Dan Libby _,c,n,.. . .nd Deiberts and Dale Country- Sponsored By The marls over the weekend. Mrs. Kenny Standley had a bridal shower for her sister, P i E b M hant Theresa McDowell, Saturday rogress ve s on erc s evening. Immediate family * were guests. Today is Flag Day. How Esb0n anJL[[ Karla Frost, Brenda Frost Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones disappointed our flag must entered a track meet at drove to Salina Tuesday to be. flying over a nation of Concordia and following are visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert people who have failed to ~"|'~i|| uWk:'xmounJ their plaeings. Brenda placed Sloan and to see Mrs. Howard keep what our forefathers 2nd in the 200 yard dash and Cole at the hospital. They also fought and died for. We were 1st in the 100 yard dash. visited Mrs. Vida Inge at the founded one nation under tttrlm HaJwv Corey placed 4th in both 100 Sunset Nursing Home in Con- GOd and how far we've fallen; News time again and it's and 200 yard dashes. Karla cordia. God's name constantly used the same old story. Rain, rain, placed 4th in the 50 yard dash Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lowry in profanity by those who rain. Got a shower this morn- and tied for 3rd in the 100 and Jane of Stockton were pretend to be His people. Our ing, Not much yet but enough yard dash. Saturday supper guests of crime, rape, violence, immor- tokeep the outside work from Norene and Curtis Dietz Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blattner. ality, drug and alcohol abuse getting done. Was beginning 'were in SaUna last weekend. I received a note from Mrs. cost lives and money daily by " " to get caught up a little bit Vonda and Jack Hale, Char- Alice Gregory this morning, the millions. When you see so y~y. Guess I11 put lea and Shawna of Wichita telling me that her mother, few who are truly patriotic blinders of some kind on and were weekend guests of her Mrs. Bert Henry, is in the American, God fearing pea- think I'm caught up. Hat folks, Emil and Leona Pare- hospital at Osborne, running pie, stop and think, my friend, Wonder who I'm trying to outek, a temperature and has compll- m our nation, community, fool? Not too much news in There was a Zadina and cations. Alice wishes to ex- church, family better because yet. Guess they have all been Peroutek get-together at the tend a special thank you to of me and you? Are you too busy to do much. Esbon Legion Hall Sunday. the Esbon friends who have degrading or upholding law Last Tuesday afternoon After dinner some of the written to her since the death and order? Time to get back CAW and Dee Hawkins, Beu- neighbors and friends came to of her father, Bert Henry. to God. lah Chandler of Las Cruces, visit with the folks from Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth An- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Peter- N.M., were in Eshon calling Washington state, dersen and family of Erie, son and girls, Kerry and on friends. They called on Sunday there was no Pa., Mr. and Mrs. David Peggy Kattenbergwere Sun- Gladys Smith for one. Sorry I church service at the Esbon Wesner and boys of Blooming- day dinner guests of Ernie missed them. They had come Methodist~Christian Church ton, Ind., are spending a few Kattenbergs. for Gerald Ault's services on as that was the day for the days with their parents, Mr. Monday, annual Jewe]]CountyParish Ionia Area Latest word on LaVeta Cole birthday observance. They Jewel], and other relatives in is that she was released from had a nice service and Shawn Jeweli County. On Sunday the hospital Saturday. She is Frost had part in the service evening a family get-together Mrs. aria Van Way in Red ~ with her broth- from Esbon. was held at the Andersen To all you good neighbors er, Robert Anderson. Getting This is all for this time. If home with the above guests and friends who called news along real good. Anyone some of you have tried to get and Mr. and Mrs. Clair An- items to me last week, I'm wanting to write her, the ad- me, try Mother's number, dersen of Cawker City, Mr. sorry my items missed the dregs will he: LaVeta Cole, 725.4645, as she will know and Mrs. Louis Andersen of Record. There was a few Valley View Apts., e/o Rob- where I am. Hope to have Tipton, Mrs. Gard of Law- cents postage due and the art Anderson, Red Cloud, more news next time. rence, Mrs. Evan Atwell and Record office didn't get them Nebr. 68970. Shelly and Mr. and Mrs. Craig until on Wednesday. Keep Duane and Mary Ann Hen- WHITEMOUND WHISPERS Wallace aqd family of Min- calling me and we will hope ry:of Pearl City, Ill., were & HIGHLAND NEWS neapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin for better luck hereafter. Of Jim aad' Dennis by Ludlle Frost Shipley and Melva, Mr. and Brian Arasmith, son of Roy Melzer last week. Joel Thummel spent Friday Mrs. Gary Shipley and son, and Amie Arasmith, had sur- Mr. and Mrs. Danny Brin- night and Satur]iay with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shipley. gery at the Children's Mercy die and family, Mrs. Blanche Trevor~ Burgess to help Miss Melva Shipley spent Hospital in Kansas City last Brindle of Golden, Colo., Trevor celebrate his birth- tbeweekondwithhemefolks, week. We hope for you a a few days last week day. On Saturday Mrs. La- Mr. and Mrs. speedy recovery. LeOna Per- verna other relatives, the Eariene Brommn and boys Trevor Burgess, Tiffany Sunday noon. Hall with 11 members pres- went to Kensington Sunday Kindler, Mvlinda Broeekei- Mrs. Ruby Blain was a ant. Karen Swank was lesson tohelp arran's folks a couple man, Terry Voboril and Joel luncheon guest today (Man. leader and Janiee Henningsen of days. Thummel ~ leave tomorrow day). hostess. The progress of the Senior morning for a county camp at Mrs. Anna Wierenga, Has- Canter building is coming Rocks Spring~ They will re- Odessa ' tings, Nebr., came to our along, thanks to Peek Per- turn Friday. m home last Thursday morning outek, Tony Lorence, Bill Mr. and Mrs. A1 Anderson, and spent several hours. We PeroUtek, Ed Minniek, Ver- Miss Chloe Weems and Mrs. Dentonia her so much as we nbn Nailer and other men I Rachael Chase, J. D. and Eric, were friends when we were have missed. They have the all of Shawnee Mission, are little girls and had many foundation fixed andready to spending a few days in Jewell Mrs. Wllb~ .O~rl interesting things to talk put the siding and paneling and Smith counties and Red June 20 there will be. a about. Ird and family have. on. Still would appreciate any Cloud, Nebr. They were join- potluck dinner at the First moved and remodeled a home donatieas of any kind. ed by Dr. Marcelle Gass of National Bank, Osborne, hen- close to Anna so she is still Saturday the F~bon Track Wichita. All were Saturday oring Harry Chandler, a for- living on the farm. She enjoys Club members went to Salina night supper guests and Sun- mer Odessa pastor. Bring little Amie so very much. She for the Sub-State Jr. Olym- day dinner guests of Mrs. your own service. No gifts, is theadopted daughter of Ira pies, Those going were Rex- Mary Gass, Randy and Son- please. If you can't come for and Mac. Man--r, Brett Cal- nee. , dinner, try and call in the Miss Sylvia Rose had sur- Paula Miss Patty MeGammon, afternoon or send a card or gery at the Ashury Hospital Voboril, friend of Dr. Marcelle Gass, letter. Mr. Chandler will be last Tuesday morning. Her Frost. came to Concordia and then celebrating his 90th birthday, mother and Grandma Agnes were: Pox- returned to Wichita Sunday BilHe Rogers and Ethel went to Salina to be with her. with Dr. Gass. Thomas visited Lena Me- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sehmidt ,4; Mrs. Claude Frost and Cleery Thursday evening, are the proud parents of a Kada Jaeque accompanied Mr. and Helen Isom and daughter, baby girl, Jennifer Lea, at the go to the State Mrs. Riley Jones to Dodge Harrisburg, Nebr.. visited Beloit hospital. Congratula- Satur- City Friday to spend the day Wilbur Oberts Friday eve- tions, Steve and Kelly. kids. with Mr. and Mrs. Emery ning. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corey Voboril, Randel. Edna and Peggy l~tten- Slaughter, Brian, Robynne .... berg, Martha Peters~n and and Crystal, Laramie, Wyo., girls c~ed at Wilbur Obert's were Memorial weekend Friday afternoon, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen. Next Sunday Is Dorintha Standley and Kincheloe. Marjorie came to FATHE Phyllis Carlgren cal/ed on attend the alumni banquet R'S DAY Lona MeCleery Wednesday and her cla~ reunion May 30 afternoon, at Waconda East High School, The Singers from Rose Hill Cawker City. Additional were very good Tuesday eve- guests May 31 of the Kinch- ning. Tim Schneider and eloes were Thelma Rice, Kevin Webster were o,ier- Wichita, Ms. Deanna Stewart night guests of Wilbur and children, Roy, who grad- Oberts. Two other boys uated from Hutchinson Jr. stayed with the Ernie Katten- College, Kenneth, Elayne and bergs. ' Stephanie of ~retty Prairie, Ruth Obert visited Rose- ~ Larry D.~/ce and son, mary Fischer Wednesday Raymond, Valley Center. morning. Mrs. Melba Reese, Ravenna, "' ' Nebr., was an afternoon Dr, J, N, ~'la caller. Mr. and Mrs. Slaugh- OPTOMETRIST ter and children were Tues- day evening dinner guests of OFFICE HOURS: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Eilert and Tuesday t:N.S:M . family, Beloit. Robynne and 120 N. Commercial Crystal were Friday after- A day when the entire family gathers around to load Mankato, Kansas noon visitors of Kim Schlaefll. him with love and affection. Meanwhile, down at our Phone 378-3220 Brian will spend the summer with his Kincheloe grandpar- agency we're loaded with the greatest variety of ~ rance services we've ever assembled under one to makeiteasierthaneverbeforetoprotectthe [Se0N 0IL C0 property he has worked so hard to accumulate. @ And Dad, if we've never met, isn't it time we became s,o ,. MORn. - PRNIUPI ~w ,B&V411.J" 4m~47J~ Jg& ~ IB/~ qlklJ ~ TANK WAGON SERVICE sAeP Sva),NCE AaV.NCY, INC. ram, Phone 725-3683 L I I I I I IIIII ents. The Slaughters re- turned to Laramie Sunday, June 6. Saturday night guests:of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schlaefl/ and family were Mr. and Mrs. Royal Diers and girls of-- McPherson. Mrs. Ruth Van Wey joined relatives and friends for the Zadina picnic held at Eshon Legion Hall Sunday. Peggy Colson and Kim Schlaefli left for Camp Lake Side at Fort Scott last Sun- day. Rev. Swank, who will be a counselor, took the girls. Salina Sub-State was where Karla Frost won 1st in the high jump for 10 years and under. Brenda Frost won 3rd in the long jump for girls 13 and 14 years. Brenda celebrated her 13th birthday while at Salina. The Lions Club went to Concordia Sunday where Karla Frost placed 4th in the 50 yard dash and 3rd in the 100 yard dash. Brenda Frost won 1st in the 100 yard dash in 13.3 and 2nd in the 220 dash. This qualifies the girls to go to Wichita June 19 to attend the State Track Meet. Congratulations to these girls. This area received another small rain last night with forecast for more. Farmers have been working so hard to get hay taken care of and mile ground ready. A few fields of mile mudded in, but these rains sure ma~e pastures look good and pbnds running over. Gall Kinehelee, Colorado Springs, came Friday to spend some time with the Glen Kincheloes. Lana Kinch- aloe and Liz Wahlford, Gins- co, were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Henning- sen attended Rose Hill Church last Sunday morning. Rex presented the Gideon message. Mrs. Johan Menhuson was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Phillips last Wednes- day. Johan spent several days last week helping her daugh- \~, Janice, put chickens in deep freeze. arwin Cockroft and Russ Henningsen attended camp last week at Reek Springs. Janice and Rex Henningson have enjoyed their little grandsons several days the past two weeks. Levi and Cole Taylor attended church a week ago with them. Todd Hennin~n spent Wednes, day to Friday while his mother, Terri, was attending a meeting at Manhattan. A bad hail and wind went through the Clifton area last Sunday morning, which did a lot of damage and destruction to our grandkids, Mark and Dabble Taddekin. Large hail pounded the roof and siding on their new home, just recently built. Windows were broken out, antenna wrecked, pickup and car, crops dam- aged -- but we are thankful no one was hurt. They were glad they had built a good cave and probably real glad to be in it. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schlaefli and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose last Friday evening. Mrs. Rex Honningsen at- tended a bridal shower for Miss Tammy Abram, bride- elect of David Erwin of Jewell, last Saturday after- noon. (Last Week's Items) The following relatives met at the home of Dorothy Bor- ger last Friday evening for a cook-out: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pierson, Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Slate; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Burger, Overland Park; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hendricks, Beloit; and Mr. and Mrs. Don Barrett and girls. Mr. and Mrs, Maurice Sim- meHnk have enjoyed visiting with their granddaughter, Donna Reed, her husband, Charles, and their little daughter, Erie. The Reeds were Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Simmelink and Jessie. They and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Fiche and Saundra were Mon- day afternoon callers at the Maurice Simmelink home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Slaughter and family of Laramie, Wyo. are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kincheloe and ,tber relatives. Ill Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas and Dallason were last Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Beh Leekhart of Os- borne. Mr. and Mrs. Elden Jo- hanek spent last Friday with Orlo and me. We enjoyed a drive and visited several cem- eteries, some new homes and a lot of beautiful wheatfields. We were glad to have Paul and Bey Van Wey join us for the alumni dinner at Ionia Sunday noon. They left early to go to Esbon Cemetery to decorate and on to Red Cloud to visit Bev's dad in the hospital. We went to the Healey Alcorn home to visit Jack Alcorn and his family and had supper with them. Mrs. Myrtle Burks, Salina, visited the Rolla Dietzes over "the weekend. Our little Ionia area was shocked when word came that our good neighbor and friend Gerald Ault had passed away quite suddenly at the Man- kate hospital last Friday night. Funeral services were Monday afternoon at the Ionia United Methodist Church. Our deepest sympathy to LOr- etta and family and Gerald'e mother, Mrs. Esther Ault. The class of 1932 who were observing their 50th year from the Ionia school enjoyed supper at the 24~6 in Beloit. They were glad to have their former teachers, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blackhall, Sterling, join them. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Totten and daughter, Lawrence, spent Memorial weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hal Totten. Hal spent most of last week at conference in Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Reeker and son spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Don Sutton and Waldo Wilson and boys and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Colson, Kansas City spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson and other relatives. Glen and Ruth joined friends and classmates at the alumni Sunday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Eckler from Colorado are the new family who moved into the former John Ahlvers home. Visitors at worship service were Mis)ses Ethel and Lois Hull who came to join the class of 1932, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Totten and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blackhall. Our special was an organ solo by Mrs. Ann Col- son. Rev. Swank was with us and Mrs. Elsie Raiisback had prepared the worship center which was poppies on the cross; very appropriate for Memorial Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen King and Miss Evelyn Hoffmes, Wichita were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Colson and attended the alumni dinner on Sunday. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Nova Alberts, Me- Minnvilie, Ore., had supper at the Garrett Phillips home. Thursday evening Elizabeth Phillips and friend Elana Mar- quez of SCOtt City came and stayed until Monday. They attended the celebration at Burr Oak Saturday, a parade, barbecue and dance. We had a nice crowd at church Sunday morning. The Bible school children had their program which we all enjoyed very much. We were glad to welcome visitors. Peggy Col- son had prepared the worship center. There will be no war. ,ship or Sunday School next Sunday, June 13, due to the Parish Birthday Celebration at Jewell Trinity. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dietz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Leonard were Monday visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. RolIa Dietz. The Dietzes called on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roiling Thursday af- ternoen. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Simme- link came to the Bob Rose home last Monday where they will visit other relatives and friends for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rose went to Lyons last week to see their new grandson Ryan Rex, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rose. Ronda Dietz, grand- daughter of Martha Dietz, entered the Jr. Olympics at Salina last week and got first in the javelin throw. Congrat- ulations Renda. * DEKALB Corn - Mile - Forage - Sudax Alfalfa - Sunflowers Concept Safened Seeds Your DeKalb Dealer:. KENNETH DODD F~BON, KS. 7"2~'41~I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Abrams were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Alcorn on Monday. They visited several cemeter- ies to decorate the graves of their loved ones. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hay- ice, Mrs. Leta Frost, Brenda and Karla and Anita Silshy went to La Crosse on May 29 to attend the Western Kansas Track Club Championship meet. Karla Frost, grand- daughter of Wayne and Olive Havice, won first in the high jump and fourth in the 100 meter dash for girls 10 and under. There were around 30 entries. This is Karla's first year for track. Congratula- tions, Karla. I'm sure everyone was real glad to have Miss Vera Mari- etta at the alumni dinner Sunday. I'm sure Vera felt very much at home at the old Ionia school, having taught there for so many years. Vera said she had spent the past month with her brother Glen Stills in Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rose announce the birth of a little son, Ryan Rex, last week at the Lyons hospital. The Roses have a little son Jerod to welcome his brother home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Headrick are the proud grandparents. Congratulations Melinda and Jim. Mr~and Mrs. Healey Alcorn were Thursday evening vis- itors at our home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alcorn and children spent several days with the A]corns and then went to Clifton to spend a few days with Mark, Dabble and Tawnya Taddekin. Lynn Dietz came to the fa~n last Saturday and helped his dad with some farm work. Martha visited Shirley Satur- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Van Way and Lana were Sunday visitors of Terry's grand. mother, Ruth Van Wey. They took Ruth to Ionia and Man- kato cemeteries Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs. Noline Collie enter- tained the Garden Club on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Deug Ault and family, Wichita, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sutton. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall of Sterling, Mrs. Goldie Pate and the Roger Rooker tamil~, . Mr. i~verett Alcorn and son' Clifford Alcorn and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hubbard, Scran- ton, were Memorial weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don Alcorn and other rein. tives. They attended the Ionia alumni where Everett en- joyed visiting Ionia friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dale McCoy, Quilcene, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Arvid MeFarland, were enjoying visits with friends at the Athens alumni dinner last Sunday. Beth of these families formerly lived around the Athens community. Mr. and Mrs. Henry John- son, Richmond, Va., has spent several days the past week with Mrs. Helen Stites and other relatives. Mrs. Johnson is a grandniece of Helen. A cookout was enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Shoemaker and Danielle, Thursday evening with the following: Mr. and Mrs. John- son, Helen Stites, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. Gene E~ngelbert and Next Sunday Is athers Day family and Mr. and Wayne Underwood. Mr. and Mrs. Larry lips, Ponca City, weekend with the Phillips. Ferna went kato and attended the kato alumni mother, Mrs. Doyle maker and sister Katherns. They Athens Alumni returned home on Melissa Totten, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry spending some time Totten home. Mr. and Mrs. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Collie and Mr. and Mrs. McCown, Barstow Mrs. Noline Collie~ Mrs. Marie Burdett ded the commencement cises of her nephew Diecker and spent the end in Lebanon atives. Mr. and Mrs. Diecker, Marie the Warren Diecker enjoyed dinner last the North Side Care in er and while there with Mr. and Mrs. Bill son who were here for orial Day from Home, Ark. They are and formerly lived Downs. Decoration Day the Garrett Phillips were Dorthea's sister, Maxine Bailey and daughters Jeri Ann and Sandra Hammond from ira and Richard Burr Oak. Orlo and I were have our granddaughter bie Taddekin and drop by and have dinner us last Saturday. been to Beloit to see grandparents, Bert and Alcorn. We visited Finch and the Alcorns Mr. and Mrs. Bud and Steve, Mrs. Judy Hill City and Bud's Edna from Washington were Monday callers of Ruth Van Way. Formoso Wauneta Weir Mr. and Mrs. Wa bins, Sheryle and Linda and Kay Weir of Junction, Colo., arrived Thmrsday for ~0me oiber Elizabeth Grimm, and father at Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Tom have returned to at Water Town, lowing a two week visit her parents, Mr. and Don Ho~land, and her mother, Mrs. Florence ,~ Mrs. Rosemary terta~ne~ Thursday afternoon. Eight members were Mrs. Connie Smith, conducted the busineSS sion. Mrs. Edna Hu the winner of the Following a social hostess served Mrs. Ruth Jones hostess to the next Miss Lynn Ellen among several ladies Courtland who four different troops Girl Scouts at a several days last week Lovewell Lake. (C'~ntinued on Page % ?. t t / , t ! A day when his family, with love and affection, bute to the greatest man in the world. We respect Dad too, for the way he finances on sound footing. He knows that a Service Bank such as ours can furnish all assistance he will ever need in providing We're proud of Dad and join the family in him June 20th. The State B OF ESBON Deposits Insured up to $100,000 by F.D.I.C, Established 1900 -- Esbon, Kansas