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July 7, 1966     Jewell County Record
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$uly T, 1966 ,FEW'ELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS ............ ............. PAGE 3B Mrs. Bruce Howland and and daughter, Marcia, of]Michael E. Peters for ice] pital at Cheyenne, Wyoming[ pen won't write at this anglo. grandson, Terry Howland, Minneapolis, Kans., spent), cream and cake on Sundayl since March 16th and got to]Can't sit up. Am ixl cut a- left Wednesday by bus for Friday with her mother, Mrs. evening were: Mr. and Mrs.] come home for 30 days on]bove my waist. Car hit me Waunlta Wa|r Columbus, Ga., for a visit Maude Howland. ]Merle Currant, Mr. and Mrs.] June 24th. My son, Wayne]April 24 - left lag broken . - ..... at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Winston Clark of Moor- I Michael N. Peters, Lila and[ Nease, and family are here[above knee, pelvic in four Mrs. Lee Davidson and Don Fleming and family croft, Wyo., is spending a Joe, Mr. and Mrs. David] for a visit and 1 plan to golplaces and bone above fight .r sister, Mrs. Carl Erick- Mrs. Georgia Dodson of few days with his mother, Peters and family, Mr. and/ home with them so pleaselankle" cracked. Also, right ,n of Scandia, spent Thurs- Kansas City spent the week- Mrs. Grace Clark. , Mrs. R. C. Hettinger, Mr.] start my Records coming tol arm and shoulder injured. ty at the home of Mrs. end at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Mike Alls-and Mrs. Richard Hettinger I . me at home. , I Must remain in cast two arjorie Hipolite in Jewell.' mother, Mrs. Etta Young. man and Mr. and Mrs. Jim ]and Mr. and Mrs. Donald] | --Mrs. Myrtle Neas~, ]months, then still in bed an- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Westin Mr. and Mrs. Faye Vestal Otott and son of Belleville ]Hettinger and family. ] , ~, .- 270 South 3rd Street, [ other month after removed. , Mankato were Sunday of Webber were Sunday if- were Thursday evening Mr J J Lehman and son[ i |~ .~ Dixon California 95620[ Was in Mercy Hospital 3 ening supper guests of ternoon callers of Mr. and I, uests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. of Olathe, Mr. Cornelius[ ~ |~, - ------------------I weeks, then wa~ moved rs. Laura Spiegel. Mrs. John Magnusson. Wilson and Richard, in oh- Kraemer of Jewell, and Mrs.[~ ~ Denver Colorado]down here to a new nursing soMr. and Mrs. David Peter- Mrs. Bud McGeary and ~c~t{~nce of Mrs. Watson s Carl re~eSntin of MTnka!~,l mllm~ ~.~ , D~ar Mrs Boyd ' " ~ ]hej~nc~,quite like ~.h0spital. nandfamilyofHavswereldaughters of W'chita ~ ' f t day wee ere t guests Mr,,[ l~ ~:;~ : ' Am redly writin~ under] ""t " Weekend vuests of her nar-I spend ng two weeks at the Mr. and M's. Glen Wright i Bertha Greenberg. / ;$% ~ ' _ d ff ct t es he) din~ ihis up[ Sincerely, ents, Mr and Mrs Chas I home of her mother, Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Garry l The Formoso Lnbrary ex-/ ...... : ,, ~. in front of me - note pencil -[ Esther N. Rlord Doxon. Donald Havman oil Vernie Emigh. Mr. McGearyKeeler and Lea Dawn were'poets the arrival of the[ V ........ [ Chapel H 11, N C~ was a[ sr)ent the weekend here. Sunday evening guests of Traveling Library some[ : ..... " ..... " ...................................... :~::-~-~] Kenn Gillette son of Mr. 'caller on Thurs~lay" [ A bad fire started Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keeler, time this week. A shipment] { ..... :1] and Mrs. George Gillette of Mr. and Mrs 13en Sim-[afternoon in the field be- JuNe and Jeff, in honor of iof books for upper grade[ [i ~, f!:~::~' ~' ][ Price, Utah, ~ spent mons and famil'v of Belle-lione nu to John Maenusson Jeff's 9th birthday. Mr. and school children was receiv-] ......................................................... ::;... ~. : i:{[ last summer in Mankato :V " c) o c~ ~ , . . N [lie and his narent~ Mr [north of the Rock IslandMrs. Leo Jacobs called later ed last week ] g :,i~ with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill ;imm'ons"o'il t"rac/ ahjoining Formoso on in the evening. The Formoso Chapter of| Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Carter presented their ~~i: :/,~]] ahd Mrs. D. K. Balch, suffev- a'ormoso, drove to Hutchin-I the northeast. Due to dense i Mrs. Don Earley of Belle- Eastern Star held a farewell[ Bishop Celebrate 40th [grandparents with a center- ed a broken leg when he son Sunday morning where]soil bank foliaee and drvlville and Mrs. Edgar Isaac- nattyon Thursday after-/ Wedding Anniversary ]piece ol eight red roses r.or ,< ~/)~!.'.~l[he slipped ariel fell .under a th ..... , " ~ " - the ,fit t~ble which was also ~ ' n " , - wa on while workln tt ey were dinner guests of l weather, the fire spread son were di .ner guests on noon, June 23 at the Mas-| ! " g '. .... "g g pu- Mr. and Mrs. Alvin edison' ramdlv, carried b a brisk Fhursday of Mls. Clod onlc Hall corn hmentar for[ Mr. and Mrs. Marshall[Covered w~m ace over rupy ,ing up hay on ..a. nearby and family in honor of the south'wind. It jumYed across Blinding at the Frontier Mrs. Nadine Palch, is/B shop were honored on foil. Mrs. Dallas re'amine, l ranch. He has his :leg in a 48th wedding anniversary of old Highway 36, spreading Care in Mankato. moving to Woodward, Okla.[ their 40th wedding anniver-I also ao had charge oI .{Icast and is ge g along vlr. and Mrs Bill Simmons ] to a wheat field be ong ng Mrs. Delbert Weaver of Mrs. Balch was presented a] sary June 19th at their home me grit tame. '~~%~ I tine. : :,~: Kelvin Boyer, son of Mr. ] to Howard Hughes. Men Bellevllle, the former Mary beautiful g,ft from her many] Their children, Mr. and Mrs. ] Wllham Bishop ~greeted [ ..... ... :-..:. :;.: and Mrs. Melvin Boyer, left]with tractors plowed the l:arley, spent Thursday with friends in the Chapter, wh(,] William Bishop, Mr. and[the guests and Jamcs Gar- [._ Mr: and Mrs~Ab~.~yaughof riday morning for two] field at the north side to Mrs. David Peters and child- attended the party. Nadinet Mrs. James Garman ofI man and Larry Carter to(,k ~ ~e)P't ~ett .sun.a .V% .r a v a- Weeks of tr , ren , h h ve en Bladen, Nebr and Mr and ~mtures throughout the at cat on trip tO t.Sall[ornla. .. aining at a Na-Iprotect the buildings on the and George Balc a be / - , [1 ....~ " - ~~~: ~[~. .. . nonal Guard Camp in Wis-IHughes farm. A number of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Worthy Matron and Worthy] Mrs. Larry Carter of Jack-'ternoon. [~ney ~lew to .-. , ~vnsin. I light poles and telephone Hughes and son, Robert of Patron of the Formoso Chap-[ sonville, Ark. hosted the re- Rev. Foley spoke a few They drove to L~nver and Mr and Mrs Roland Bon-[poles were destroyed. The Des Moines, Iowa, spent the ter the past three years and/ception. The children pro-]words and gave a prayer l~!"'?~: ~ took a plane to Los Angel~. jour and famiiy of Topeka[electric power was off for weekend visiting his moth- will be greatly missed. Re-[ sented their parents with[~bout mid-afternoon. Debra ~ ~ ~ They w!ll visit his sister,, spent the ~veekena ~,-,),olover an hour in Formoso. or, Mrs. Mary Hughes, in freshments of home madelmatching wedding bands as[Garman and Larry RogerI ~ [miargaret, and ratnily arl~ home of her narents M' "lMen were working hard on Superior, her parents, Mr. cookies, iced tea and coffee[ an anniversary gift afterlCarter spoke pieces. Mrs. I ['