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,,-J JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, July 19, 1984 Page 2-Section 2 ,@ Sponsored By The Progressive sbon Merchants ESBON SENIORETTE8 to visit with home folks. Kathy and Greg Pate brought Stephanie home from the hospital Sunday. She seems to be doing fine now. Karla Shute was home form Rock Springs to spend the day with her folks on Friday. She picked Susan Maidaner up in Salina so she could visit the folks also. Susan is Pauline Shutes daughter. Debbie Peroutek, Connie Leadabrand, e, nd Sandra Fiene went toBuena Vista, Colo. to visit Debbie's folks. JaniceAllen called on her mother, Eva Nosier on Mon- day morning. I don't know what happened but this is all the news turned in this time. I'll close with these thoughts. Happiness adds and multiplies as we divide it with others, and you never realize what a good memory you have until you try to forget some- thing. The Esbon Soniorettes met July 4 for their monthly meeting. The hosts were Peek and Leona Peroutek and Billy Rogers. Twenty members and nine guests enjoyed the deli- cious dinner. The guests were Rev. Rollin Dillinger, Sara, Micah and Camilla, Burr Oak; Mable Marihugh, Adolph and Catherine Lorence, Archie and Rosalie Benoit, Max and Flora Ball, Avis Winslow, and Doris Hughes of Esbon. Rev. Dillinger gave the blessing at noon. The door prizes were given to Max Ball, Berniece Lorence, Lillian Fogo, Chris- tina Dodd, Gladys Smith and Doris Hughes. The meeting was called to order by Peck Peroutek. Norine Hajny gave the treasurer's report. Edna Kindler was absent. The :afternoon was spent with 3 tables of Pinochle. The hosts for August 1 are Tony and ~ Berniece Lorence and Harriet Topliff. E.A.N., Reporter Mrs. Wilbur Obur# Nellie Fitzpatrick and Keith were Saturday overnight guests of Lena McCleary. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Katten- berg visited Mildred Katten- berg at Smith Center Satur- day evening. Donna Johnson called and her son Joel is in the hospital with a broken leg. She called her parents, the Ernie Kat- tenberg's Sunday p.m. He was in a motor bike accident. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert went to Beloit Tuesday and brought Brian Obert back. He had visited Charlie Luke's since Sunday. Audrey Young and Maude Keller attended a bridal shower at Kensington Tues- day evening for Niki Detwiler. The Charlie Luke family spent Friday night until Saturday p.m. with the Wil- bur Oberts. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert took Brian to Kanarado Satur- day night and spent the night at Herbert Heitschmisdts then Brian's folks came on Sunday and picked him up. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bishop and girls of Goodland were also dinner guests on Sunday at the Heitschmidts. Joyce Ritter is home at Lewis, Karts. waiting for an appointment for further tests. rm sure she'd appreciate cards and letters. Harvest is over in this area but in Western Kansas is in full swing. We've had hot tempera- Norlne HaJny Hello, Oh what a relief it is. The temperature is nicer to- day to what it has been. We missed out on a good chance for a rain this morning. Some- how it seems we are never satisfied. Maybe we'll get !~ some later. Last Tuesday night Carol ~'! Kindler, Lucille Clark, Tiffany Kindler, and Mabel Marihugh attended a Brtday Shower for . Bobbi Detwiler at the Foun- tain Care in Kensington. = Norene and Curtis Dietz . were guests of Carol and Harry Kindler, Bill and I ;: Sunday night at the 24/86 Cafe in Beloit for a belated : . birthday supper. On the way home we drove up by a -' pasture that had Buffaloes .... grazing. It was quite a sight. " Earl Silsby and Carl Sapp furnished a special for us at : church Sunday morning, Wan- i da Thummel played for them. ' We all enjoyed it very much. Cindy and Roger Schmidt of Shawnee Mission, Kans., :~ spent the weekend with home folks The Davis and Shute famil- . = ies had a picnic dinner at the park in Red Cloud Sunday in , honor of Ed Shute, Tom .*r Shute, and A.J. Meyer who were celebrating birthdays. ; Pearl Blattner furnished a : special for Union Chapel Sun- : day. : Kevin Peroutek of Wichita was home over the weekend. ShawnaHale accompanied him u ask for a Io a pect surprise tures this past week. We're hoping for cooler days and a good rain. Auxiliary members of Es- ben American Legion Auxili- ary, don't forget Girls' Stater report Tuesday, July 24 at the Care in Esbon. Esbon junior girls and mother's of next year's junior girls are invited as guests. Please try and come. Grief over being caught in sin is one thing, true repen- tance is quite another. A Christian must live in the world but he must not let the world live in him. Mrs. Orlo Van Wey UMW met at the Fellowship Hall Wednesday morning with thirteen members and 2 kid- dies present. Pauline Simme- link, hostess, served hot cin- namon rolls, juice and coffee. Peg Schlaefli, president had charge of business meeting. Roll call was a Bible verse using the word harvest. Old and new business discussed. It was voted to send $5.00 to "Youth Ville" for each new baby from our church. Janice Henningson had prepared a very interesting lesson and she presented it so she held all our enterest and I'm sure we all enjoyed it very much. Wendell Meyer escaped serious injuries last Tuesday when he was hit by Dennis Neifert who was pulling a tank behind his pick-up and failed to see Wendell in time to stop, we are glad no one was hurt. Mrs. Marie Burdett had a doctors appointment in Has- tings last Tuesday a.m. Her brother, Warren Diecker and Ruth took her and she spent the night with them returning to her home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Van Wey and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Simmelink were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose and Mrs. Opal Meeker. Friday evening. Opal is Mar- garet's sister sho is visiting them from Seattle, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kinche- Ioe were Tuesday a.m. callers of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bart- ley, Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Colson and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crum were Wednesday and Thurs- day visitors at Glen Kinche- foe's, ' Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kinche- foe went with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reling and Dorothy Reling to spend Sunday aRer- noon with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Underwood, Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Chriss Schmidt and family spent Saturday night and Sunday the Rolls Dietz's. They had come to attend the 60t'h Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Knight. Mrs. Myrtle Burk and Mrs. Mary Copen- hafer, sisters of Marhta, spent the weekend with her. They all attended the open house for their brother and his wife,. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Tegley, Burr Oak, on Thursday. Orlo and I visited Hooley and Barbara Alcorn Sunday evening. Happy Hour Bridge Club met with Mrs, Elsie Rallsback last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jean Boden escaped serious injuries last Thursday evening near the John Berg- man home when she was hauling wheat to the elevator. Her dual wheels on the right side both came off and she landed in the grader ditch. She was cut and bruised up but no bones broken. It demo- lished her truck but she feels very lucky she wasn't hurt any worse. Her children have been helping out at the home. Mrs. Jean Rose, Mrs. Hazel Korb and granddaughter, Rebecca Wyler, made a trip to Sante Fe, New Mexico last week. Jean purchased a cart while down there. We may see her out riding some of these days. Darwin Cockroft is employ- ed at Farwell and Sons in Beloit this summer. He and Mr. Farwell laid a kitchen car- pet for us last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose and Mrs. Opal Meeker were Saturday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson. The late Carl Meeker and Winnie were related. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Phil- lips attended the Denzil Knight 50th Wedding anni- versary Sunday afternoon and also enjoyed supper with the family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Under- wood presented the Ionia Church with a beautiful fan in memory of Mrs. Rosie Tucker. Many thanks to Wayne and Ruth. Mrs. Garnett Thomas was omitted from the guest that enjoyed the evening at the Kieth Van Wey home. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Phillips, Scott City, spent the weekend with the Garret Phillip's. They brought their boat to do some boating and fishing at Wacanda Lake. We were glad to have Rev. Heitmann back after their week of vacation. Mrs. Opal Meeker was a guest. Mar- guerette Miles gave a very nice reading "Harvest". Our crowds have been small, but hopefully they will increase when harvest, camping, etc. is over. I hope these items make the paper this week. I put them in the mail box on Monday. Don't know why the Record office didn't get them until Wednesday. Ohl Well I hope you like late news. Mrs. Carl Henningsen, Nor- ton, Kans. and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Henningsen, Overland Park, visited Sunday and Sun- day night with Mrs. Dorothy Borger. Murriel Henningsen had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Loomis in Ohio the past month. On Monday "they visited Mrs. Wilma Nel- son in the "Gala Gardens" retirement Inn, Inavale, Nebr. This is not a nursing home but a retirement center where she can better manage with her arthritis. (Last Week's Items) Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz spent several days last week with their daughter Sherri C We know you wouldn't apply for the loan unless you needed the cash. Don't worry. Our loan officer will explain our different loans and we'll all to find the best loan fer you. Borrowing money can be a pleasant experience. Stop in soon. OF ESBON Deposits Insured up to $I00,000 by F.D.I.C. Established 1900--- Kansas Every One Points In One Direction RIGHT TO OUR AGENCY SAPP INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. ESBON, KANSAS and family at Oberlin, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bar- nett and their grandson, and wife were Wednesday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose. Mrs. Noline Collie enjoyed having her niece and husband from California and Mr. and Mrs. Merton Collie. Topeka spend last weekend with her. The Collie's are spending the week at the Waconda Lake, Noline went down and spent some time with them. Guests the past week at our home were: Mrs. Opal Ander- son and Mrs. Pauline Simme- link; our nieces, Jo McCam- men and June Callaway and Jean Boden. The Happy Hour Bridge Club met with Mrs. Tom Miles last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ionia quilters will be finish- ing the quilting on the second quilt since May 1. The group will be working on comforters for Nolene Collie and Jean Rose. The next quilt has been hand-made by Olive Raffsback and is a Log Cabin pattern. Olive has contributed it for the Bazaar next November. The quilters will appreciate the company and the quilting of any quilter in the com- munity. Betty Burks Bowlin has given the tops for two comforters, made by her grandmother, for the Basaar, also. I had a nice letter from Roberta Livers, Portland, Ore. It is always nice to hear from her. She told how much she enjoyed reading the names of the ones who atten- Phyllis Esslinger was a guest ded the Ionia Alumni. Make and also joined our group as plans to come back and join us our new member. Mrs. Ruby Brokaw spent several days last week with her mother, Elsie Railsback. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Ander- son, Denver, Colo. and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Simmelink and supper guests with the following relatives the past week; Monday, supper at the Bob Rose home; Tuesday with Esther and Marie DeBey of Downs. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Simmellnk and family called on the Dale Simmelink family. They had a nice visit and returned to their home Thurs- day. Glendolyn Bartley Gregg received serious injury to her eye from a small rock thrown from a lawnmower (for a distance of 50 to 60 feet) while she was working in her garden Thursday evening June 21. She was taken to the hospital at Hays for treatment and was allowed to return home. They were pleased with the last reports on the recovery so far. Glendolyn's address is: 710 W. Wilton, Norton, Kans. 67654. Celia Kincheloe went with Dorothy Reling, Cawker City, on Monday, June 25th to the Kansas State Historical SO- ciety Genealogy Seminar in the new Kansas Museum of History at Topeka. The theme of the seminar was "Discov- ering Kansas Resources". Mistress of Ceremonies was well-known Topeka genealo- gist, Mrs. Helen King. Mr. Joseph Snell, Executive Director of the Kansas State Historical Society, welcomed the large attendance. Mrs. Portia /gilbert, Head Librar- ian of the Topeka State His- torical Library and Mr. Eugene Docker, Kansas State Archivist, elaborated on dif- ferent areas of Kansas by speakers: Mr. Leland Adams, Overland Park; Mr. Warren Fitch, Chanute, for the South- east; Ms. Rebecca Hatton, Hutchinson on South Central Kansas; Mrs. F. Lee Nichols for North Central Kansas (Mrs. Nichols is president of the North Central Kansas Genealogical Society); and Mrs. Ethel Taylor, Cimarron, for the area of Western Kan- sas. Mr. Donald O~l'oole gave a very interesting demonstra- tion his cameras, tape recor- ders, video tape recorder, and computer and how each piece of this equipment could be used for recording and com- piling a family history. Dorothy and Celia were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reling, Manhattan for supper at Long John Silver's before returning home Mon- day evening. Gaff Kincheloe, Monument, Colo., is visiting his parents and relatives and friends this week. next year. Mrs. Jean Rose and grand- son, Ryan Lee, visited Mrs. Syble Finch and Mr. Walt Tucker at the Hilltop Monday afternoon. Mr. ~ Schrotenboer re- ceived word of the death of his brother, Herman (Dutch) Schrotenboer of Denver, Colo. Dutch lived in Ionia for a number of years. Our sympa- thy to his sisters and brother. Mr. Lyle Wright was a patient at the Boloit Hospital several days last week. We are all glad that he is back home. Ted Wright has been visiting his daughter Nita Hubbard and family and has returned back to Ionia where he is staying with the Lyle Wright family. Mrs. Susan Flinnand Coty spent last Saturday with her parents, Jean and Bud Boden. I was glad to have Susan, Cety, and Jean visit with me Saturday a.m. The wheat harvest is about over in the Ionia area. It has been so cool most days and no rain, Even though a lot of the wheat winter killed there were some good yields and quality, also a lot had been plowed up earlier. We were glad to have Hooley and Barbara spend Thursday evening with us. Rev. and Mrs. Claude Mc- Minn were welcome visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rose. Claude and Bessie are now at Hunter, Kans. where he is the United Methodist minister at that place. They were here at Ionia several years ago, where they were enjoyed by all of us. Mrs. Lorrine (More) Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sharp, Eugene, Ore., spent June 28 in Jewell County visiting relatives. They visited her aunt, Mrs. Irene Bottorf Jewell, and had lunch at the Tom Miles. In the afternoon they visited the Mt. Carmel, Cawker and Athens Cemeter- ies, also the various places the More's and Wierenga's had lived. In the evening Ray and Barbara Wierenga, Gene and Lois Wise, Marie Holloway and Jay Wierenga enjoyed a picnic at the Miles'. Mr. and Mrs. Kieth Van Wey entertained at their home Saturday evening in honor of Willard Van Wey, Texas who has been here the past week to help with har- vest. Home made ice cream, and cake was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Wey, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beerda. Jerry Sutton and Hank, Kansas City, Me., spent Sun- day through Wednesday at the Jim Suttons and Tom Miles, combining and trucking wheat were the main attrac- WHEN--Friday, July 20 WHERE--Esbon Legion Hall TIME--9 a.m.- 4 p.m. K. Johanek - J. Rogers - R. Mace Nice Clothing . Miscellaneous Items MOBIL PRODUCTS TANK WAGON SERVICE and TUNE-UPS COMPLETE OVERHAULS AUTOMOTIVE AIR CONDITIONING tions. Hank also enjoyed a ' new three-wheel Honda. Mr. Walter Campbell, Man- kato filled the pulpit Sunday in the absence of Rev. Heit- mann, who with his family are on vacation. The worship cen- ter displayed the American Flag, open Bible and a lovely bouquet of flowers. Hal Tot- ten was church leader. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Leonard were Sunday afternoon cal- lers of Carol's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rolls Dietz. Miss Debbie Boden and her roommate drove to Kansas City last Friday to attend the superstar Michael Jackson show with a crowd of 45,000. The girls came back to Tope- ka and stayed all night with Debbie's sister, Carol and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simmelink and Treasa were callers at the Maurice Simmellnk and Rex Hennlogsen homes Sunday afternoon.... We talked r son Paul and family Satur&D' night, Paul and Bey had just re- turned from a week's vacation in Colorado. Thanks to BOb and Jean Rose, they lived in their home while out there. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Hen- ningsen, Overland Park and Mrs. Carl Henningsen, Norton spent Sunday evening and night with Mrs. Dorothy BOr- ger. Mrs. Jean Rose attended the Centenial Celebration at Clifton last Sunday. She took part in the Horse Show and came home wii~h several awards. Mrs. Esther Dauber spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson.. Esther was a neighbor of Clyde and Winnie when she lived in Ionia. Editor's note: We are sorry that these items were not printed last week. Although mailed at the regular time Monday morning they were not received until Wednesday morning, too late to be set. Mrs. Edwin Holdren Community Club met Thursday afternoon, July 12, with ten members answering roll call with a favorite joke. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Helen Oelkers and Ann Keeler acted as secretary in the absense of Cecile Gardner. Mrs. Pat Slaughter furnished the program. Madeline Sills served a delicious lunch, the next meeting will be July 26. Mrs. Beulah Balch, Man- kato, was a Tuesday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Balch. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kinsey, Purdum, Nebr. announce the birth of their son, Mathew Allen on June 25 at the Valentine, Nebr. hospital. He weighed 81/z pounds. Grand- parents include Mr. and Mrs. Jim Page and Mrs. Faye Kinsey. Mathew has a broth- er, Timothy James, 2. The address of Mrs. Loren Rightmeier was incorrectly printed in last week's paper and we apologize. The correct address is 8724 E. Valley, Rosemead, Calif. 91770. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layton, Randall were Wednesday af- ternoon callers to see Mr. and Mrs. Ken West. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hunter and girls, Garfield, Kans. and Mrs. Marvin Baldwin and girls, Larned, visited Mr. and Mrs. Kent Slaughter Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Haegert took Mrs. Inez Flinn to Grand Island, Nebr. Friday .morning to board the plane to return to her home in The Dalles, Ore. She has spent some time visiting the Hae- gerts and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cole. Enroute home the Hae- gerts visited Mrs. Lucille Ar- Dr. J. M. Andersen OPTOMETRIST OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday 9:00-4:00 120 N. Commercial Mankato, Kansas Phone 378-3220 chef, Harvard, The Quiltin and husbands cream and cake Senior Citizen moso event was and Melvin Boyer on wedding very successful. guests of honor ding were: Mr. and Keeler, Mr. and Oelkers, Mr. and Verne Dem Meter, Mr. Van and Mrs. Bill Mrs. Ken West, Charlie Jacobson, Kinsey and Amber Dewey, Charlie Andrews Mrs. Dale delicious ice cream I v#as enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. dren, Jewell, evening callers st and Edwin Mrs. Garrett, have spent the visiting friends here, including: Jack Bradrick, and Mrs. George moso, and Mr. Balch. Jeremy and Manhattan, grandparents, Mr. Jim Page and Mr, Merle Blew, Callers to see Gardner recently cluded Mr. and Rogers, Courtland, Rightmeier, Mrs. and Mrs. Twila Mr. and Mrs. Win, Belleville, visited Jacobs at LTC Hospital Saturday and also called to see Mrs. Edwin Mrs. Dan Hunter ! Garfield, Mrs. win and daughters, and Mrs. Kent ed to visit Mrs. Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. and Michael, Nebr. visited his ents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Faye the July 4 were guests along family members ard Dewey home i~! for the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Concordia, spent in Oklahoma. grandson of the turned home with several weeks Mr. and Mrs. dren and Mr. and Holdren and girls day guests of Mr. David Wilcox and in Jewell. Mr. Melby, Scandia noon visitors. I| You Are to see our wid0 lection of stationery and sories. Xap~,z,J, %;,e J/ a,,# m //~,/=/,al #p/# JEWELL CO. We would like to thank the Lions for sponsoring the Ice Cream Social, American Legion Auxiliary for "with t.he donations, and the for all their support. We very much preciate everyone's help. Greg and Kathy Pate and Family