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July 14, 1966     Jewell County Record
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'~i I' [the memorial service werelGregory of Alton, Kans. . ,. [recipe for the future bridelett of Posey, Calif., and Mr)lt0drive, $10.00; and costs,t C;RI) OF-TH, kN: [':l I! ]Perry's children, Harold of]Most of these attended lll~la~lff~['l~rlll~ Iof Eldon Doud, whom Wil-[and Mr~ Everett Terrill| Fred J Nelson; speeding ] ~ LI IJ [New york, Herbert of Phila-~church here Sunday morn- ,lllll~/I.~||~ [ma was holding a showerlwere dinner guests SundayJ$10.00i ciaily log not cur-'[ We ,.^i~b to thank /delphia, and Sara Hadley oiling. Mrs. R E Ransom [for There were many beau-tat the Minnie Sutliff home.lr~ent, $5.00: and costs. /one for the cards, ~1( Edith Folger [Washington, O. C.; nephews,[ Mr. and Mrs. Vernon " " [tiful and useful presents,t Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Nay-[ Terry L Peteete, moving|and gifts we received lt~v, Olin Belt, pastor of [Mr. and Mrs. Elton Cline of [HeRman and family of Nor- Mrs. Georgeqe Bossen and ]A.fter unwrapping the pres-tlor of Chanute came Friday]combine on hiRhwav after ]at the hospital and sir~ th0 Methodist Church at[Pittsburg, Kans., Mr. andlton, Karts.: attended church Mrs. Judy Fiiliman a.ndJ,/.nts,, Miss Joann Bingesser]to spend a few days with[dark, $25.00 and costs. [turning home. l$~Iington, Kans., brought[Mrs. Lowell Cline and[here bunaay morning ann Kenae were visitors in the|tnanKeu us so nicely. The[her mother, Mrs. Eleanor[ ----- [ --Mrs. Dale Seirer a ~ message at the mem- ]daughter of Wichita, and]visited her parents, Mr. and Cecil Hillman home at Ionia]presents were passed around/O'Neall, and did some re- [Bonds Forfeited:[ Sandra L,~uist orkd service Sunday after-[Hubert Dillon of Plains,[Mrs. Fred Brown. Sunday afternoon. ]for all to see. Mrs. Frasier/pairing on her house. They] Norman L. t ,eWald, [ .~------~-- noon for Pert3, Hadley. Rev.]Kans.; and niece, Thelma[ Mr and Mrs Melvin Bet-] Mrs. Lorena Pate and|will take the next meeting,/were all dinner guests Sun-]speeding, $I0.00 and c,,sls. [Joint Meetinu Wendell Barnett, pastor of[Winslow Hansen and hus-]ters and dauahter Ruth of[children were at the Smith[which will not be until Sept [d~y of Mr and Mrs. Neal[ Stanley M Griswold [ " the local church, assisted ]band Charles, and daughter[Junction City and son, Mr.[Center swimming pool Sun-I& No Ineetlng in August.[Naylor and family in Man-]speeding, $1000 and costs. [ The Formoso Wi Mr~ Belt and daughter and]of Kansas City Friends who[and Mrs John Betters of El-[day afternoon ITbe eluh picnic will be lulyikato L Leroy Lucas, soeedinv ~,,, ~ -~ I- -~ "" * ~ " " " ' " d" ' ) ' " " l ,,, [ WOFI,:("rs ann me marJ ....~u.,o ........................ ~...' 7~.h D.~+.,[came included Sylvester]Dorado, Kans., and Rev. [ Paul Heiman and Leel2, re.the Mankato., lark .We~ M" and Mrs. R. K..Vss [$1000 .... and costs . Eager", Beavers 4-H C ....... ]Chance and Verna Casado[~TVilbur Buckley called on [Hooton were at the Clyde [had f ve v s tors Mrs Brag-[of Manhattan were droner Edward F SL lhvan thdO a Joint meetin Ju~ at aurr UaK, came up wim " ~. " / ' " " " ' ' g ~,i.- land three children of Wlch- Mr. and Mrs. Elgar Parsons Bossen home on Thursday[ csser and her daughter, .to-]guests Thursday of Mr. and speeding, $10.00 and costs. [in the ~Nhite School Ha m~,. _. . ~ . I}ta, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Sta.ns- recently, evening observing the birth, [am}, and Mrs.,Wilfred DoudlMrs. Claude Boyles. Jewell B. Wiedmier,[2 miles west of Mank gelauves. WhO were nere inury eltaumooldt, Nebr, ..alice Rinard fell last Wed- day ...... of a former member ~;f [and two daughters. Wdma [ Mr. and Mrs Gerald Reser speeding, $10 .... 00 and eosls llohcrta~ ~ Smith" led us from a dmtance to attend[and Mr.and Mrs. George nesda,, and broke her leo their httle "Happy B rthdrry"lhacl such race decoratmnsIoi Rosswlle, Kans., were Arman E. McManame /son,, The Formoso club l just a bove the ankle. After ring,othateofVerasBollin.t er, lfo[itJaesSl?oWerw rd r ached u ust r,o' ae'c'('t ranch and a velyl }testslSu-nda-Yo-fsMr'M,'s. Caudeg /le and speeding, $10.00 and costs.|a sk t,about 4-H and II( il(I I1'1' I II' havin a cast ut on it, she ~" . j . . )w ' " ' : =" Y ~ |meanin, Roberta Smith is staging wit2her son, Mr. by the kindness of &lma.[ --~- I .Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tar- .. County Clerk Alvin C[a dem(mstration about -~ e ana mrs'" . ~xm..u'~"---'~. Koe. mat Mrs.. Ina Sh,lveb ., . I rm emertalneu. wire. a COOK- vail, Jr,. announces that h,s' ]ne .... C' role o 'zmun tau.- , n'- ............... had passed away Her fun- ~ l'~ [out Sunday evening for Mr. office is now aceepling 'tP-/somo fire sonus R~ ~ lvlr. anu lvlr.,i, nowaru " , ' ' . o n~, .... a a,,-hter Lorna eral is this morning, with |IlIIIV KOd land Mrs. Alvin Hockett, Mr. phcatmns for absentee bal-ismith had recreation II lenity a|i~l ulul[~ , ~ --=--= .-- . -v. n r " i ' " v~,~, .... a ),, or,~,,a .... burial at the Odessa Ceme- E [a d M s. KelthTerrll and lots /~,; ..... a ~a~o macho S alllat~ ~AII~,.~ lll,.~)lt.~K&ll~,#lt ~ll OJ. a ' ' . , " [~t~l/el flllU 11/~2). ,L~I ...... ~" ' ' *ery She was the wife of /fam,ly and Mr and Mrs Phoenix, Ariz., and son, Mr. " " Mrs. HarrySutliff " " ed refreshments. Curtis Terrill and family Count,, Trea " [ ......... 4. . s ~ surer raye I I) mr. anu !vtrs. ~verett ~er- Anderson says that notices[ Mrs Anna Hamilton ril! called Saturday on Mr. for the last half of personal[Guide'Rock, Nebr. attea Chfford McCune at the hos "- taxes are now in the mail. [the ttamilton Reunion pi~al in Be[oit.. .... ~ [Picnic at the Man vlr. and Mrs. AlVin I-lOCK- r. ) ett left Monday morning on _Thursday, J,,}lly 7, !2;5,) [l ark ()n Sunday, the 1( .. . ._ . t ___ p.[ll., one OlOCK west el met lneir return tap nome .... Co-op Service Station in[ Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Randall, Larry L. Flinn,/drove to Salina Satur, Ii~Ii/i:II fllIl~V driving a 1963 Corvair, and/They atlended the G~ Let Us I-I t$~ttaa~a~ ~vO~tl Ronald D Elniff, driving alOpening of the recently --e-r,. P/ IID'IPIIt Ilt I . 1959 Chevrolet collided at [modeled Bank or Ame: t~ n ~n~n~ n ~_,t~ i the intersection There were/Salurday even~g they.~ A Land Bank loan keeps ~%lvaLaaavv~&,t I .... ' ~ F' -- , no injuries. $175.00 damage/guosls at a difiner, spon payments low because the ~j/q ]to the Flinn car and $75.00 led by the hank. The F term is long and interest ia illla V! ~1 damage to the Eniff car. ]stayed all night witl9 t reasonable. __ [ ~ [datighter, Janis, who has l.aad IImtk Io asaIsomay .......... t The Sheriff and Deputy/ ood position in Salt be used to pay debts, maka myra r~erg, .clerk or ~.n6lSheriff were thankful that |:Fhey attended church 1 local Selective Serv:ce ] ~ - improvements, buy equip- . over the Ion 4th of Jul ate dlnn r with Ja Board, reports George Ctint g Y] ~ ment or for other purposes. .... , ~ .,. ..' weekend they never had an Sunday beforereturning llOS[lng has enusleo In tne ' accident report, not even a lMankato. Navy. bent fender. ~ee us for a BANK LOAN At the Correll ttotel on the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month Federal Land Bank Ass'n of Beloit Illl II I Herman H. Eddy, Manager ...... Otie Shively and 'formerly and Mrs. aacK t~aity ano ,. , -- - - Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hock- .... . ............ the llveunear Lmnt(r~ia,then sons O[ wlCnlLa bpent .... ' weekend with Mr and l .4rs, lc%t ratnLebann" the had no ett of Posey, Calif., came " oi ner own hut Wednesday to visit their Virgil Warner ' ot" " ' m nerea six w'Oo had no cousins, Minnie Sutliff and Frank Dillon returned, last. ,,,reel ...... to go to. ' the Everett Terrills. They week from has trip to An- The weather ;,r; still so hot had been visiting friends in zona. . and dry that every one is Minnesota and brought some Ronald Dillon spent the watching the clouds--if fine fish they had caught. weekend with friendsat there are any--but no rain. The ttocketts and Everett Wichita. Gary and Joy Kindler vis- and Ethel Terrill were din- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Warner Red their gra,ndmother, Mrs. ner gt, ests Wednesday even- and sons left Saturday for a Mabel Kindl.er, Sunday even- ing of Minnie Sutl(ff, and vacation trip and visit with ing and showed her pictures spent Thursday in Gaylord relatives at Wichita and in they had taken Among visiting Mr. aiad Mrs. Max Arkansas. them were some of his bro-" Terrill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Glover ther, Bob, and his family. Dinner guests Wednesday . Mr and Mrs Dean Buster of Mrs. Helen McNichol's: visited his brother, Mr. and .....Mrs. t:ugar utovet,r"..... ouO"nrln'~..~.: and Barbara of Glasco were and Merill were her brother, eovoninoe, -----.,Thv are movinuo calling.. _. ,_'.at the Mrs. Mabel Mr. Verner Matthews of ,',,,'- ~ .... ' Oskaloosa _~indler .home Friday Caldwell, Idaho, Mrs. Grace ,.,,,., .~,,,v.,rla to ' """ t ": - "- wna ~o you oo with your Iowa, where they are em- Darwin and Mrs. Bonnie ployed,at Penn College. souvenir half dollars? Mrs Ohmstede of Guide Rock Clara Peirce is not so well md was taken to the hos- pital at Red Cloud on Satur- day evening. The Women's Missionary Society plans to meet with Mrs. Donald Diehl on Thurs- day, July 14, at 2:00 p.m. Hot, dry weather has ar- rived. Corn and milo are standing it quite well. Clear with a south breeze this Monday morning. J. F. K. throws hers in the Mrs. Lowell McNichols call- arelm at the bull fights, and ed in the afternoon. some throw theirs in the Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Hock- "wishing well". I know a ett of Posey, Calif., and Mr. man that hoards his. I stash- and Mrs. Everett Terril ed two of them away, but went to Topeka to visit Mr Mary swallows hers. and Mrs. Ray Myers and Judicial Cases: Stephen O. Garman throwing refuse on public highway, $10.00 and costs. Donald L Anderson, per- mitting illegal use of restric- Audrey and Hazel Mor- row were our visitors Sun- day afternoon. Middle Branch Club met Thursday with Wilma Un- derwood. Eleven members were present to~ answer roll call by handing; in a favorite [] in LIVING family on Friday. They re- turned home Saturday. Dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Helen McNichols and Merrill were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNichols and ram-. fly, Jo Sean Abel of Colo- rado Springs, and Mr. Ver- net Matthews of Caldwell, Idaho. Mrs. Lela Dillon call- ed in the afternoon. Mrs. Bob McMains' bro- ther flew up from Wichita ~aturday to get his sister, Marie. They landed at the airport in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hock- ted driver's license, $5.00 and costs. Douglas J. Carte; trans-~ porting alcoholic liquor in open container, $50.00; driv- ing on left side of highway not in passing, $10.00; and court costs. Richard E. Kinsey, mov- ing combine on highway af- ter dark, $25.00 and costs Rae Goodwin, failure to comply with lawful order $15.00 and costs. AI C. Eilert" failure to re- port an accident, $5.00; per- mitting unauthorized minor ) III I ) l ENTIRE STOCK SPRING & SUMMER ALL NEW 1966 STYLES at our store on theWedateshaveshownarrangedbelow.t have a leading enid photo 'apher , ,', ,; ,:v ..... ,, :, ,,: # : i i D)' Yards and yards top quality yard goods go role at low, low prices. All new Spring & I Values to :1.49, now 49c a, p be pko - . i " V.,ue, to $1.79, now 69c ~M FREE ~': L~ II I I v,,oo, to ,,.~s, .ow lOO Co~n,. RMes- Shows- Stands , Group better Fafries 1-3 OFF ONE omplimea!ary ler pol#reR W!Jl be Eivo. I, mated on paved streets, downtown Jewell the cleanest, hrightest place in Kansas to celebrate to each FAMILY as a Eift from our More. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNIIV to get a living color portrait will treasure always. Eeveral poses are taken and low co t addlUonal:oo tzaita are available for tho who wish thera. 12 P.M. e THE ALL THREE NIGHTS Ill $5.98 VALUE. NOW e Many items on sale ,all over the store but not but not listed This is our way of saytng.*Come in to lee us.) If you are one of our man. regular customers, this is a 'Th nk You' for your patronage. Incidenta]I , we believe these color portrts to be something really special. These are beautifully poeed portraits not enagshots, eo dre the children color, tully. ' 9:30 A. M. -- 5:30 P. M. NOW SHOWING NEW FALL FABRICS ANP READY TO WEAR