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June 30, 1966     Jewell County Record
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SUM__ $0. 108 SEWEY,L I C, ORD, MAHKATO, KAHSA$ PAGE 3B Obituary - ALVAH I devoted husband and fatherI ["Be Wise With Your Buys", THORTNON MENHUSEN land friend. [ [given by Mrs. Don Bird. We ] Memorial Services were I I are to have our Cancer Early on Monday morning]held at Harmony Methodist] Drive money ready to turn of this week, shock and sor-I Church in Mankato at 10:00~ liD at the July meeting. Mrs. and row prevailed as the news of~ a .m. June 23, 1966. I Ik|l~|iI~ ] Delton Harrison will be the "l ' the sudden and untimely[ Mrs. Jan Menhusen Smock[ [~ra~l~ [ hostess. It was decided to "mR death of one of our leadir~g] was the organist. Cheryl/ ] have our club picnic July 10 citizens at his home rapidly] Halstead played the Prelude[_ . ~ ... [at the park in Mankato at ON HEALTH & BUUTY AIDS sperad through the whole/and Postlude. A male quar-/ l rooper Laynara anearer | 12:30. After the business area. He had returned the/tet, Lanny Dick, Glenn] l~eports Three Acel-ents | meeting adjourned, Mrs. Del- l ~ evening before from a trip to/Grout, Jr. Newell Alexander[ ~ 7------ [ ton Harrison gave an inter- Lawrence, Kansas, where his] and Roderick Weltmer, sang] trt!oper. Laynard Shearer[ esting lesson on ' Weight d auahter lives and his dec-/"How Great Thou Art". The/reported the lOUOWlng re-[ Control for modem home- 40 ~[ lilt +'~'~nah;~f:mil"believed/cngregatinsangthehymn:/centaccldents" " |makers /7 l.e!!P?C , ! i ~CH~i ~i om~ac w e ~dki![ ~!if i~ii~ ~i!id [ ~i~il) '!!iil rpi~iln~n~ii!e i!n4~,i 133 [ Mrs GI.I , I ! ing sllppea quietly away, Ford pickup, lost control on qlm F ISV I rgl' secret I I 4=~ dy~M~ii:' ] ~Yt~bJia:d2:!ii::tr~u?i! !i 771 :i r AEROSOL B0N ' I*V.|ueIi, . IIJil~oz 'll He. Tca]~il~e~y" " ~" ~ n ueter statutetoall~wdilK gressing satisfactorily But P " " ,,, no,,d Jr Richard/county road Randy Luckey[ M#~ll~'kkllIMla~k ....... / Diamond Brad Jud" Don/of Beloit driving a 19621 U~#'l~|tlatUtl~ll' 10W PRICE! ] without any apparent warn-,. ..... , ..... " ..... ' ............. , l ne , - .... ' Monday, June 20, 1966 at 6[ Balch and Charles Ramey.[ ............ / Edith alt~m. a m, at the aue of 55 years,[ The honorary casket bearers[ son snom acr ann tn.e .prod.upI F_-._. Regular $1.49 Size I~';~ m~,:Z"nths, an~. 19 da"s I were Kenneth Ball, Wmt/overturned on me right .sineI+ V]mtors' ' at church Sunday " | c~.:+~, o..~,er+ Badoer Sr1 o! the road. He was adm~ttccll morninv were" Mr and Mxs, II ' . Alvah_ Thornton` Men-/Cl'yde'Ree~ Lewis~tafford] to Beloit hospital with a[ Milforcl~'House and children yOU ng ] and F. R. F ir. injury. There w?s anI of Eugene, Oregon; Mr. a.d HAIR RINSE A~, I DENTAL POWDF.~ II ~- . ...... Y .- ] Interment was in the Jew-[ estimated $200 damage to] Mrs. t, red Dillon of Caldwell, on Jul,, 1, 1910, on a farm[ eu west Cemetery, Jewell,[ u I - up. [ Idaho; Shirley atad DavIG TA IE c POLIDENT .~ Il Ic ,vnner~mennusen, was oornl ... " .... "th,.')ick'- " -"" .... ":1 Kansas Arrangements werel At 9:In p. m June 24 fivel Parson of Nampa, Idaho and s ent his earl childhood[ in charge or r~ramer funeral '." , t Lebanon onl Rev. and Mrs. M~I I~t~er $1.00 ~iz~ [ Large Size ,, near L~etavan, 1nnols, anal " " " - 1[ miles south )f " ' ' " "~ tPere When abYut ten, ears[ Home, Mankato, Kansas. /U. S. 181 at intersection of land family, pul~ors at FOOT POWDER II~ ~, I ROLL-ON DF..OD~T I I _ I~,~; he moven ,,m, hisnar i[ The following relatives[ county road, Jerry Swett ofI Eudora, Kansas. L , ~ , ' ~., I"'?' . . ,~-,,~.,, . v ,~lfrom out of town attendedlKansas City, Me., goingI The House fah~ily are l ents to a iarm in aewent ..... orth ill a l " ' DESENEX + d , . a, .. +. , .... ~'.-..'husen Lo+an; Eldon Men-I vertible, collided with a1963,as Mrs House (Esther) is a I Count" Kansas one half] the funeral: James men-] n 965 Chev. con-] visiting the JeffexFffamtUes I mile soum or JeWeLl ~ty r~el, ' ~ , ~ 1 | ......... / " ' L Why Pay 98~ I $1.00 ~ , ] " - nusen l~remmiin~,~olo ;I mternauonai trUCK, alivenl niece of Lewis a~L~ula and [attended the Jewel fCltmY]Gordon Menhusen, WeUing:lby Melvin Atkinson ofIEverett Jeff~ry She is the BAYER--IOO's ~g ~,, ] HEAVY MINF..RAL |I t# i SchOOlS ana graouatea I o 0 ......... '~ ~'" wne] North Dakota .... , , " I t .... n D.... 1 I-Tioh ~r, hrwd inl ton; NIL an,a ivirs. AmertI o +, ' . neI daughter of Rev. and Mrs. ASplmN I)/" I 0it ,i tb [ 1929 He attended clle"e at | Menhusen' Lumv|ll " Mr" & I truck had stpped at the l Nathan Plerstm' I v..,~o~ xXZ~s.1,~',on ~ni, ersit~t Mrs. Fred Yapp, Mr. andI stop sign, west of US 181, ] Mr. and Mrs, Ft~d Dillon "?~an~as ~'~e Universit ~I Mrs Norman Andcrson, l and was starting across I have been vls|tlrtg kis sister, ,, Why Pay 89c , I Why Pay 39c ' I ~e~oKo~a:ogh~ o+nRaF~l~Pia~y] RMa~pha~-lan;huMe~, ? I~Sdr EdgaarvesG.!O~'ehtey a~l DEODORANT, Co,tomtit Pakl I MO~LITH WASH I, .......... a w+s nrin,'i,~ai I Me.; Mrs. Wanda ,I ' " I Merl Willcuts piton, to return I'Z"'-:"?'?.~"-'.~" .':~ 'lBetlevue, Nebr"Mrs.~U. S. 181. The convcrtiblelhome this week Mrs Will- RIGHT GUARD c CEPJtCOL c Iitx aenaaaUi_ a a Cne e'c[c lMarilynMcNabb, Mrs. Grace]was a total wreck with anlcuts was mov~! la+It' week It., Y+,, "m,merintendent o~l Menhusen, Mrs. Eugene[ estimated damage of $2500.1from the hospital at Red Why Pay More I Save 200' /zcl~oJs o~"V~ewell count.:l Johnson, Lawrence; Mrs. I Mr. Swett was admitted to[ Cloud to Lincoln, Nebr. and ~ ~ I 1 - ,/!'men wor~ea-- ';mr t.."harles IThedre Me~ ' "' m--'l ~ ~p''. ."" / Mr and Mrs. E~ Parers. / ................. anLI and Mrs Bernard Menhuse .[ was admitted to Smith Ceno / and others, Mr~ ~lgar Pal,. l orer ; rVye lrS"' en ;Pwa sl Sr.; Mr: and Mrs. I ~ie2hos$i;al.t::etr3S~m~eds/sOns is not veryi:~'eI,. ] .... ." ...... n'[Menhusen, Mr and M .[ " "g " ' l Mr and Mrs, Virgil War- i ell and Mitchell Countms, h~ t g g . |" r a four-ear term 1961'lell; Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. IC evrolet truck, driven by/David Warner, Saturday; p0w0t, 63c+ I ..,.,.,. d] IC,''-'rlea ana.............. meir weumng was,Itdall; K" V" Grdatde' b e ` teepbonep e&lMrs HarOld +"~[~lley.ll~d+ * I the first one held in the new,[ hanna; Nlr. ann NIPS. Orville] spdled 7000 lbs. of wheat] family are pastor+ at Man- I MethoOist unurcn in J~a+ i .... " . n + ' " . Why Pay Mote I Ill,& IIl~lq#l. i", / . . . X ...... M Alsdorf, Lenora; Revand[ into ditch. The driver of the/hasset, New York; Horb~'t ]they observed their 25t1~] cM::ck~e~hey t~lllinger, Mc-ltwrUDk Wpprno~i~:fd. T~la~?a,f~min!Y;~tvaen~" ~ahrfl:del~ wedding Anniversary with " dama e to truck P ' ' " " BATH OIL BEADS ~ ~ 8-OZ. BABY BOTTLE.S I ..... The- live :l out o~ town friends, whol " 'g l washlngmom D. , + ] an upen.rtouse..,_ hy wasl were present for the funeral'[ ] Merl m~d Eunt~ Kin~r & 1in Kanaan While ~ " ~ i "~ r: ' |Grade School nrinci,af[Mr, and Mrs. Perry Stinson,[ On June 20, 1966 at 5:a0]children visited her aunt, y $1.00 [there and have l'ived "-in]Mr. and Mrs. Ray McElroy ]p.m., there was a one carIHelen McNichols,, $1turday , ! .. 7' . -ver since To this![ Randall;, Mr. and Mrs. Car~/a~idun~ .4 ,m~s ~tv~ ~i~ ~lmd~lt~t :the HEAD & SHOULDERS I~ Jll _ I G dl ]ivian~.ato ~ .... i.~re-- werel]Cox, Scottsville; Mr and[Mankato on Highway 36.]Lowell McNi~hbn~ SHAMPOO / Cl S(:0 En !: P /marriage two cnm n/born. Jan Beven Menhusen!lmrs'~ll" F. N. Belden, Lenora;[" --Maria M. Udwary of Ft.[Sunday." //at" lvtanKato: " *- ~-anu ..... am, ~u~'"l~ Mr. and Mrs. Wayne HaD- I. Collins, Colo. was driving a l Rev. and M. rs" Paul Bar- 1 ....... ' ........nce, I Zook and Steve Ascher,[ caused her to lose control of ltheir daughter, Anita, who $1.00 Size Ill Ki g ;~i e l Esther Menhusen Smock of[ son, Downs; Dr. D. Arthur11961 Volkswagen. The wind] nett of Emporia drove up for [ ~laZns~reslae ~r., ,~awrc ",[ Salina; Harold Shamburgl] the car which rolled three I has been visiting her bro- HAIR +a 4 i l- hena be of twelve[Mr'andMrs'MarinAxtell'ltimes and came t rest DIther' Rev" & Mrs" we"dell / w . ___y - r.~] Beloit; Mr and Mrs. A. Rilits wheels on the pavement. IBarnett the past week. years, ne nan a wonae I " " ]co rsion ex-erience du~!lJacbsn' Montrose; Mrs.]The car was totally damag-I Dora Warner st~,tod Sun- SPRAY /~~A Ill [nve. p. ai[ Sam Ernst, Burr Oak; j. R, ] ed. The driver was thrown [ day night to visR li~r daugh. ing me ~ose meetings /j well Methodist Churc l Johnson, Courtland; Mrs.]lrom the vehicle and wasl ter, Nada, and Leon Winters 1 e " ' " n[ Melvin Silsby, Esbon; Merle l taken to the Belleville hospi- I at Caldwell, Idaho and other I and ever since, ne nas oeent. .. , .... ~ .,, -- " ber of the Methodist] Launcnoaugn, t~enevlne; J.l\l tal. She received a broken l relatives in the we~. /~hm:c~ At the Randall M:~[ Nickell, Beloit; Mrs. W. M.I thumb, sprained left leg and] Vycke Winslow, daXqthter 1 . " .... served a:s] Green, Lawrence Green,[ numerous bruises as a result I of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wins- PLUS I I [ tc~audist Csh:hrc~ neu erintenS] Mrs. Alvah James, Calvin lof the accident, l low, and Juel Jeff,'y, LANo_b / urch P -[ James, Mr and Mrs Bert[ I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. /dent and teacher ann atter t. " " - "~ -- "Kerm] e " transferrin to Harmon " Me'-] varney, mrs. Etta Byero, Mr. ] Office of the I l~ "t J fiery, went with / ...... 'agrch he hasYbeen[ and Mrs. Joe Beeler, Ardith]County Superintendent: [Rev. and Mrs. Wendell [ mocnst.~puf the ~oard o~l Wilson, Edith Hoffer, Mrs. [ -- nett to Youth+Camp at Camp . / a memo . - rc lA J Schumacher Mr andl Every time we drive our I Quaker Haven near Ark - Sh ith d S~[~ [ Trustees" cHheer uWt~hiD~r~ [ M'rs'" Everett Palmer' ~Ieyer ] car it is well fr us t ] sas City this '~k" R* [ school teac . ..an~.[ Miles, Rev and Mrs Ray-[ breathe the prayer: [ Diehl, who is +attending 0p W US Ell I ~ ka~ok :nlnsuD~aYaltr~i~e~ He[ mend Curry and daughter,] Father in heaven: Keep [Friends Oniversit'y at Wl~7. 1 " Y -" -cl Mr and Mrs Vernon Zipse, lmy hands steady, my eyes[hita, came home with Mr~ / served as chairman of the t .. " .... " '" *~ "" " ' ', *; " Ba n ............ t mrs t~ rt wolfe, JeWell.!ciear, ann my mind alert at] r ett last Friday and ++I~ Y G F t~ ] saarent~v~v amdt c~a~,e~. [y I .............. [ all times I!elp me to love]turned Monday with t~ i l " Y ...... Y[ t'-~on ~ T~ANKS other people through my ac- [ Barnetts. ' . ] while both of thelr, cnllaren[ ........... fions of courteous driving [ The combines h~Ve retU~- ' BOOGI/ ll:f$ + t - ._ . .I friends for the man,, ex,,re';-- office last week were Hat- I day cutting .~. the rip~. :r sgn, was interestea in goou a v . . , . ...... :-.... I ' . , a] ~;,,,~ of svmnathv shown at t te Lutz Mankato;Milton t spots. ~+ ~ ..... t ] government and tOOK.a very[ t/a'~ime o~f our recent "'be- Wirt, Cl'ay Center; Calvin ] About ~40 ittch o~ra|n fell [ active part in cnur.cn anal ~,,~vement in the loss of ,,ur James, Jewell; Clara Gate~, [ last weeR afl~[~,00 Stind~ ~f+ I other public attmrsaDo[ [~,~t,~na ann f-~h,~r v Mankato; Supt Clav Brown ] ternoon. The ' ain* S uaday Have A Nit( :ezen t tl!unctin~'DltlOUS ior ms aanmd I""l~lrsu, .~k. T'~ l~enhusen .Esbn; Bill Lagerg~n,~ Man-[was. SundaVerYan SI~!+g~ ~+ '~ 'he'and his good- - w~ie'~ navel" t Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rat(); Rose Nelson and Neval y d th~ Moli6t~ ] "~ ...... nd cam/ Smock Johnson, Jewell; Mrs. Elsie] morning. Cloudy M Ii4E ~; I~ care, ullvplan,euu -, I "educations'" forl Mr. and Mrs. Jan B. Howard, Mankato; Miss Nel- ] pect of more moistu leted ood , , , I!!eeirboc hild .et emHeh:ive?heti(i] Menhusen& Philip ~e/n~ta~,Ma~ke'~ellMrGMRyyI Effective im~ I " '1 NOTICE Balch. Mankato; Boyd tes,[park user perll R:" , own homes [ [ " | A representative ofthe Mankato; Rev. Raymond[ment was elsmhaal~t Alvah Menhusen is surwv- t , , "" ~ 1 stell " I -I~ansas Veterans Commiss Curry Jewel; E a Mc-[restaurant areas W, ed b his w~dow and twol ... - Keown Webber C t ' " ion wi ....... , ; E I state ark s stem "I Y II be In manKato, r~an- " " P Y r~l ,-. , , .... +.v++s w,t~ vete+ ~0++ . ++ IMankato, lay six vrome :1, - + Mankato, Kansas One Pound Jar / JhwnsB3r :a :fl! T; !;i I iictA:!t?ha ! hel: i Highlanders E. H.U. Jewell, Ka , lllj~P" ~ " . owing office- Ka sas .. . PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 29 TO JULY 2 !e~ ' Iman f high mral charactear ! -- the flag sah.te. Roll call was Ipark or resex~ i /and had well-defined ~ answered by 6 members tell- [ The Park Au ]positions and convictions. IRINA ipg a food fallacy. Mrs. Del-]ministers,. 11 /He was a gentleman ana a bert Bird gave a council re-[within the state /community man and was port. Mrs. Jay Gillett gave]The modifl~atl ~ [highly respected a:n.d admir- the K. E. H. C. news report, ]restaurant~,~rt roll. led. We will miss his cneer- Different types of milk, that/mona, ]ful disposition and his help are available in our stores|Cra Zand guidance. He was a very toaay, was the topic of the -+, r"