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/'j :Q Waunlta Weir ,, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stran- sky of Munden, Mr. and Mrs. John Magnusson, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nelson and children were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Corky) Coffelt and daugh- ter were Saturday afternoon callers at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Lewis Dunstan, and Mr. Dunstan. The Cof-~ felts were enroute to their home in EIDorado, following II I, ~ , . . . were dinner guests Tuesday evening of George, Sarah and Frances McCune at the Bel-Villa Restaurant in Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. David Pet- erson and Mike' of Hays spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Doxon. Mrs. Avis Schmidt of Rockham, S. D., has been a house guest for the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Howard Apple- by, and Mr. Appleby. Mrs. Schmidt's son, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Schmidt and family, spent from Wednesday until Saturday at the Applebys. on Saturday where Mrs. Dunstan underwent a check- up Monday, with possible back surgery. Mrs. Mabel Hyde of Os- borne and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Johnson of Courtland were Saturday evening visit- ors of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias. ~rewell County Record, Mmkato~ l~Ju Mrs. Lyle Baskins, local representative of Tapper- ware, attended a business meeting Monday in Topeka. The Mystic Circle Club members are sponsoring a fund drive to secure funds toward the purchas.', of uni- forms for tile Pee Wee base- ball team. Anyone wishing o~his sister, Mrs. EddI Stansbury, and Mr. Stans- bury. Blake Dewey and Babe Dewey left here Thursday with their combines and trucks to work in the wheat harvest in Nebraska and the Dakoias. Mr. and Mrs. Don Keeler and Mrs. Garry Keeler and baby of Derby, Kans., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler. Mrs. Garry Keeler and baby are spend- ing this week with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kcmovalsky. Mrs. Nina Libhart and her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Muck a trip to Minnesota. For those who have not [to donate may do so hy con- of Caney, Kans., were visit- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bland- purchased a 1966-67 Activ-[tacting Mrs. Violet How- ors Thursday of Mr. and ing and daughters and Miss ity Calendar, you may do so[land, treasurer of the club, Mrs. t:loyd Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ross. Paula Jo Heape of Stafford, by contacting any member or any club member. Sans., are visiting this week of the Formoso Willing Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark i Rosalee Dunigan were: to at the homes of Mrs. Cleo Workers 4-H Club. These drove to Wichita on Sunday Kansas City on Sunday, .lul Blanding and Mr. Tom Port- calendars also include the to meet her mother, Mrs. El 2, for a visit with her sister. or. ]dates of birthdays and anni- la Patterson, who arrived Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Howardl versaries of many people in there by iet from Los An- Lange of El Cajon, Calif., Hughes and son, Robert, of[ this area. geles, Calif. Mrs. Patterson were recent callers at the Des Moines, Iowa, and Mr.[ Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dun- had spent the past three home of her cousin, Mr. and and Mrs. Clayton Hugheslstan drove to Kansas City weeks visiting her grand- Mrs. Lewis Dunstan, and' ..... daughter, Mrs. Jimmy Mart- her aunt, Mrs. Elsie Shed- ...... . in and husband of Lompae, den, and other relatives. Calif. She also visited her Mrs. Lanpe is the former grandson, Robert Sloan, whc~ Ruby Dunslan. is stationed wilh the U. S Mr. and Mrs. Roy Good- Navy at Long Beach, Calif., all, Vicki and l,vnn, of St. I ba ,e Y and a friend, Mrs. Edna May ltelen's, Ore., Were recent house guests of Mr. and Elniff, formerly Edna May Mrs. R. C. Stafford and faro- Bishop. f0f Members of the Mystic ily. -- Circle Club and their fam- Mr. and Mrs. Orville James of Formoso and his f'~'f ~k~.~ ilies held their annual ice sister, Mrs. Bob Donahoo of cream supper on Saturday St. Louis, Mo., were Sunday evening at the home of Mr. dinner guests of their par- and Mrs. Don Howland. A ents. Mr. and Mrs. Manley shower was also held in James of Beloit. Mrs. Earl Finn and the late Roy Young. Services at the Formoso Community Church will be on an earlier schedule be-' ginning this Sunday Sunday: School will meet at 9:00 and i Morning Worship at 10:00. Recent visitors of Rev. and Mrs. Paul Temple and family were Mrs. Rhoda Robinson, who isRev. Temple's aunt, her daugh- several youth and children have registered for the Aug. 1 to 6 camp near Dodge City WE THINK LITTLE of spending $10 for an evening's entertainment - should we be: rudg'e $2, $3 or $5 for a wonder drug that can shod'ten illness by days or weeks... 1)erhaps save a life ? Today's prescription is yore' biggest bargain. MANKATO0 KANSAS i 1 II honor of Wayne Dempsey of Montrose and his fiancee, Jo Whipple of near Hays, who will be married soon. Mrs. Phebe Greenberg and family of Haddam were din- her guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins. Mr. and Mrs. Murve Kibbe of Lincoln, Sans., were weekend guests of her bro- ther, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clark. Mrs. Fred Ross has been dismissed from the hospital following a heart attack and is convalescing at her home. Mrs. Anna Graham of Web- ber is helping out with the housework. Mr. Howard Osborne and son of Oklahoma City were recent visitors at the home At the close of business on June 30, 1966 $1,150,025.39 11,807.81 3,963.91 3,0(X).00 1,045.89 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Furniture and Fixtures Other Real Estate Owned Federal Reserve Bank Stock Other assets U. S. Bonds $341,873.60 Bonds and Securities 24,500.00 Cash & Sight Exchange 453,691.16 Total Reserve $820,0(}4.76 820,064.76 Total Resources ,~., . 1,989,907.76 LIABILITIES Cal)ital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus 50;000.00 Undivided Profits 93,754.34 DEPOSITS $1,796,153.42 { ( ( $1,989,907.76 Total Liabilities The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of ~LF CONFIDENCE IIII I II I Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F DJ.C. Since 1933 I i I ESTABLISHEI 1883 II I I Mrs. Bud McGeary and daughters and Mrs. Vernie Emigh were evening visitors in the Orville James home. Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond and faro-. ily on the evening of July 4 were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dia- mond and Richard Diamond of Mankato, Mr. Chuck Dia- mond and Grog of Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Erickson and family of Courtland, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ap- pleby of Formoso, and Mrs. Avis Schmidt of Rockham, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jep- son spent the July 4th week- end at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Delmer Rom- jue, Mr. Romjue and daugh- ters. They returned home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Skolout and son of Omaha were Sat- urday guests of Mrs. Isis Bowles. Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Car- rier and daughter of Okla- homa City were guests: Sat- urday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frazier. They were enroute to the Black Hills for a va- cation. Glen Gertson, Mason and more registrations are expected by this Sunday. George Balch New Manager of Cooperative Woodward, Okla. Mr. George Balch, a native of Formoso, Sans., becomes manager of the Woodward Cooperative Elevator Asso- ciation, and Farmers Coop- erative Propane Association on Friday. He succeeds Walt Picard, who has managed the Association 19 years. Balch has managed the Farmers Union Grain Co., Courtland, Sans., the past 8 years. He attended North- western at Alva, Okla., and is a World War lI Air Corps veteran. He and his wife. Nadine, have five children, Sheryle 4, Janet 8, Greg 11, Robert 16, and Barbara, who works in Concordia Sans. (Taken from an Enid. Okla., paper.) FORMOSO COMMUNITY CHURCH Paul Temple, Minister Summer Schedule Sunday School ... 9:00 a.m Morning Worship 10:00 a.m Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m Evening Service .. 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study (Wed.) ....... 7:30 p.m. rrl$on Mrs. Marshall Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Van Ornam and family of Omaha spent the 4th of July with his brother, Mr. Max Van Ornam. Mrs. Harvey Sloan of Os- borne spent the weekend with her aunt, Mrs. Marshall Bishop, and Mr. Bishop Mrs. Elsie Hailings spent last Week with her sister. Mrs. Will Sanders, and Mr. Sanders of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of Mankato and Mr .Ioerg and Mrs. Emma Joerg and Mrs. John McCullough are spending a few days this of Denver were Monday din- week fishing in the Sand nor guests of Mr. and Mrs Hills in Nebraska. Miss Delia Joerg of Be- W. A. Andrews and Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald An- loit was a Saturday evening drews of Creswell, Ore., visitor at the Emma Joerg were Wednesday supper home. She had been in Belle- guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. ville to see her uncle, J. B. ,loerg, who is a surgical pa- " ~ tient in the Republic County Hospital. Mrs. Etta Young left Sunday evening on the Rocket for Edmington, IIE, to attend memorial services for Mr. Chas Young, age 90. for WEATHER Mr. Young was an uncle of Your future will be brighter with the Farm and Ilome Products you will see at the SOLOMON VALLEY INDUSTRIAL SHOW AND DOWNS CELEBRATION afternoons and evenings JULY 21 - 22 - 23 Dancing nightly at 9:00 Carnival each day TRIKE and BIKE RACES Friday at 4:00 ?ARADE OF INDUSTRY SATURDAY at 4:30 with Governor Avery as Grand Marshal # Rail Car Movers; Cat Walks; owers; Ladders; Spout Holders; Tubular Steel Products; Front end loaders; Mulch treaders; h'arrows; chisels; meat products; boats; stock racks; irrigation equipment; furniture; farrowing houses; hy- ffraulic equipment; cleaning products; tractor abs; haying machines; tillers; discs; plows; feed wagons; cutters; spreaders; trailers. II II 1 I I I ('c \ A. Andrews and Billy. [ Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rob- ing, July 3, on Mr and Mrs. Lyle Reece. Mr. and Mrs. Vane M[c- field, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. An- children spent Friday after- drews called Sunday even- noon with Mrs. Eugene Dun- stan and children to help her celebrate a birthday. We received an inch of Danniel and daughier, t!m- ther, of Ypsilanti, Mi::h, spent several days this v,e(.k with Mrs. Mcl)anniel's Jm~l Mrs. Paul Blacks!(,ne, an(', Mr. Blackstone. Mrs. Marie Keele and Mrs. Cora Sanders ~)1' ()Ida homa City, Mrs. Clara Rh:h of Brookoort, Ill., and Mr Otie Thompson of Mankat,) called on Mr. and Mrs. W. A Andrews, Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop calle(t (m Mr. and rain Wednesday night. It still remains very hot, up to above lOft. THURSDAY, J-ULY! Mr. and MrsI Lehrling and f~amy~ the first few Colo.week visiting in] Mr. and Mrs. and family visiting Mr. and Kircher and found the Kircher nicely located in home in Hays. Mrs OIL() Be'r? of ,lanes town and Mr. arid,Mrs. Mi'v Bonded for your Protection. Operating under ton Means and ,:har(m ()f Supervision Jewell, Sunday ait"r~ ,'~()n. Witln a real large run of livestock on hand at our sale Mr. and Mrs. Charley Aw July 7 the market shaped up like this. Feeder pigs drews, Ronda and (;lenda stocker and feeder cattle sold higher, with cows an~ and Mr and Mrs. Z~ !', ;i:~' selling about steady. We had a house full of local an radniek of Mank:,l() c lh'tance buyers on hand and action was real good thrO Sunday evenin~ on 5/" ',n(entire sale. We feel here an the McKee Sales Co. tl~ Mrs W "A Andrew~; " ~ [one of the host markets and strongest buying power .................. [auction where you might go. Listed belo~t axe a few . tour Thursday's auction. U/..* P.A,..,.I. [,lira llart, Delphos, 101 Heroford yearling steers avg. iV ~m [Vtl~|~lI [~tt 27.00. Jim Forsee, Coneordla, 15 black whitef$ .......... [weight 961 at 24.80. Anion Drudick, Nelson, I whitef~ Mrs. Vachel Crawford I weight 560 at 24.40. Gene Heyka, Belleville, 4 whiter .... ~weigh,t 280 at 27.75. Irvin Fennell, Byron, 22 black i Mr and N~h s I ~ Da\ l(l , 3 v'. _'~ ' / -[ we'ght 559 at 27.00; Harold Waxneking, Superior, son, and Mr. and Mcs. Carl I steers avg. weight 1030 at 24.30. Glen Edwards, Itard! Enckson of Scandm were[steers avg. weight 820 at 25.25. Tony Simic, Superior, guests ()f Mr. and Mrs ]bull at $350.00 per head. Will Rytyck. Munden, 1 Eugene Dunstan and family [eow weight 1260 at 16.10; Louis Dunstan, Formoso. 1 for a coolq)ut to hell) MrsI. bull weight 1495 at 21.70. Max Lanha~n, Nora. 1 Dun:-;tcn edebrate her birth- weight 13,,0 at 16.80. W. W. Warner, Burr Oak. 1 day. Mrs. Max Berry. Wade ~nd ,h>ul, stx nt the 4th in "mr home. In the evening we h'ove to Formoso and en- oyed the ice cream social and the fireworks display. Mr. and Mrs. h'l Snyder accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dunstan to Centralia on Sunday and spent the day with lrl's sister. Mrs. Edith Wait. Mr. and Mrs. Dunstan went on to Effing- ham to attend a reunion of Mrs. Dunstan's class. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M"i,,,rs of Lincoln. Sans.. were, din ner guesls in our home Fri- day. They spent the after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howland. Vachel and I ace()n~t)anied Mrs. Max Berry, Wad( and Joel, to the Kirwin Lake, k.v;t Wednesday evening to at- tend the Boy Sc.:~:~t- ' tainment. Max llcrry had been one of the spo~,s,)rs of the Scandia Boy Scouls, and he returned home wi(h us. weight 1040 at 16.70. Clarence Simmenson, Su ~teer~ weight 951 at 23.80. Gone Heyka, Belleville. weight 1030 at 17.50. Carl Frey, Belleville 1 black 1080 at 16.75. Curtis H~nsen, Belleville. 14 co.rn weight 1155 at 23.40. Miller Bros., Bostwick, 1 weigh,t 1430 ut 17.60. Stock Hogs:: L, E. Havel. Cuba. 32 weanin,~ pigs head. Don Poppe. Byron, 31 pigs at 16.75 per head. st~tn. Jewll. 15 mixed pigs at 15.50 per head. M. ville, 46 small pigs at 12.50 per head. Raymond Oak. 49 mixed pigs at 15,50 per head. Willard llardy, 25 mixed pigs at 16.75 per head. Many more sales of both cattle and hogs. For your livestoek bill your next consignment to the where you will find a widely advertised maxket buying power for your livestock and where you and modern facilities for handling them. List your advance so we may get them properly advertised. formation get in touch with us and we will come them. SUPERIOR, NEBR. Gordon McKee, Owner, Superior, Nebr. phone H. M. Jensen, Manager and auctioneer Tune into KRFS at 7:15 or to KMMJ at 7:30 on morning for consignment information for our We will hold a l'ublic Auction 6 blocks East of the Lumber in Burr Oak, Kans., on--- Starting at 1 O'clock CARS & PICKUP 1957 Buick Sl)ecial, good 1955 Oldsmobile, good 1955 Ford, good 1949 Dodge, good 1948 Plymouth. good 1947 Ford Pickup, good 8 Cal's for junk MIS(?ELLANEOUS Allis-Chalmel's mounted Plow. F-20 Tires ,and Wheels. One 4- wheel Trailer. A lot of Roofing Fin. 1 Safe. 1 Power Winch. 1 Wagon, Wagon Wheels. 1 Model T Axle. 1 Model A Axle. 1 Truck Fron Axle. Telephone Poles. Barn I)oors. A lot of Used Lumber. I-Beam. Angle Iron. Radiators. Tool Bar. Pipes, Bar- rels. Wheel Weights. Grind- stones. A lot of Used Car Parts. A lot of Old h'on. Tools. Shov- els. Pump Jack. Truck and Car Transmissions. A lot of Tires and Wheels. 1 lot of Grease. Wagon Lawn Mowers. Cast h'om Water Tanks. Well Pump. ting Torch, good. HOUSEHOLD Gas Heating Stove, 65,000 2 Oil Burners. 2 Buffets, Set. Table and Chairs. port. Odd Chairs. Coffee Writing Desk. Sewing What-Not Shelves. Ceiling Tile. Dishes and Other Miscellaneous some Antiques too num, mention. LUMBER 3 Truck loads of Used 4x4 - 6 to 12 feet long. lx12"- various lengths. 2x4 - 6 to 16 feet long. Oak 2x4's - 6 to 12 feet TERMS OF SALE--CASH. Not Removed Until Settled Not Responsible In Case of Accident. I MONTGOMERY AUCTION CO., Auet. & Cleric )"