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JEWEI~ COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Jul~, 23, 1970 Page 4 - Section 2 Home Town by H~rna Tawner Monrtay n~orning, July 20th -- The proverbi'al penny al~ays returns-,and we hope it is fox" @nod, not bad. Trying to slip hack into the c?d rouline is a RC~le slaw gfter ~,wo weeks in the hosgi, tat but wiL~h this won- dez, f, ul fm'nily and sa many good friends pushing for you, how c~uld anyone do et,herwise. I,'. is a ~oudy morriing, light breeze and cao}er. Such a we:'come re. liar from the 106 degree tam- pevature the radio put ou;t on Saturday. The wind tl#at chang. ed to the north Saturday night and blew dvwn so,me few trees and a l~t of small branches and leaves surprised mo.=t everyone as R became chiT.y enou,gh real eaEy Sunday morning to cause one to reach far l:.ght cover. Sunday w, as a beautiful day and f,;'2owed by a good nigh;t far s}eeping and cool this morning We were ~o g"_ad to call Fred Ross Oy phone Saturday morn- ing and find out his wife. Id, a Ross, came he,me fr~,m the Nuckolls County H'zsgital on Thursday afternoon and w, as gainir~g in streng,h from her recent surgery. She has had a longer time in the hoz,pi, tal, firs~ nit Lincoln, Nebr., then. at Su- perior, and with c~n:~iderable more pain and we are ha,pry to see her back .home. Her sisters. Mrs. D0ia Hddt, ~Mrs. Edd Stan~lbury, and husband, and a niece, Miss Mary Ross, and father, Oscar Ross, were all visitirrg at the Fred Ross home Sunday afternoon, fralkir~g to Ida a fsw moments this morn- ing, she atold us c her li":~le new groat-granddaughter, her first great-gDandchi!ld, born to Mr. and Mrs. Jus!tine Thomps'on of Kearney, Nebr. Mrs. Th~m.pson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. l~arry W~Rney d Strpe~or. Can- grat~llations to a'.,1 at them. gt call to Mrs. Estallne Bour- a~, and we learned her oldest son, Laurence, Jr., was at home and reeaveria~g slo~rly, but sat- iss,qaotortly, from a serious in. jut% ~ broken rl, ght arm and ~lig~t eoncus#ion, received when he Iv2 from the back ~I a mav- ir~g tru:ck, containing some lm'n- ber that ~'lid with him. He sgent same time in A~bury Ho~ital in Salina and Republic County HospRal in Bellew:.lle, but i.~ now .at hm'nc. Our thanks to our son's wi~e, Shirley Le~ce, who kept fl'z.wers and tomatoes watere:l durir.g our month's flay on the wc~,t coaSt and our husbands' good care o4' them while we were. later hogpitalized for two weeks. Our geraniums are blocmiag heavily in spRe ~f the heat and l.coks like we win soon be hay- lag tomatoes to ~me-.a Little .hit. er than most, b~ none the les~ .wel, come. A letter from a great-grand- daughter, Tammi Sue Vestal, gives us some idea af things to be thardeful' ~or in our own U,:A. She and her brother, Guy Venal, Jr., and parents are spending l~wo years in I/shad Datu, Sahib, Ma~a.ysia where her fa'ther is a representaeNe o4 the Kennedy Bay Lun~er Ca. and their legging interes$ there. Her ~first year in school is pa~'i. being spent with Ohinese cbil- dren mostly, who .are much harder to become accustomed t~ than ehe Phi,li.plalne studen't, w~ose ways are mu'ch more like ours. The Malay, Indian, and Chinose are d:,fferen groups and children are a~,.Ic~wed to go ever~where wi'th parents in'to bars, etc. Gardenias, tulips and bot.~gainviIlias .all grow like trees and bloom beau tffu"y. Bugs d ~l description, larger than the bugs here, are everywhere -- "Grass~'~pers, praying mantis beetles, cicadas and about the b~ggest cockroaches in the w~r~d." Snakes, iguanas, are- eaters, mm~eys and eleohants, the rtmme deer and wild civet ea~s make the ad}a, cent jungles sotmd as noisy as a Tarzan movie, she said. "Pineap~ple, lemons, papaya~s, man,goes, b.a- and I pi, ck. The banana bunches grow up, no~ dawn. Milk a:q powdered or canned--no dairy ccavs here. We w:ill be so ha~py when we ge~ back to the states. It "is always so damp and h~t here. When you set your hair, it Sasts almut an l~our, then all flc~s down again. When we gei'~ back to the US'A, I hope we go: to etm~ see you in Kansas." We hoge our home town and other sltudents a.ppre~eiate the s~Ivao.l~ and living found in the lISA as much as these great- grandchildren wi,ll when they return a year from now, CA.RD OF THANI~ A sineore thank yeu to all my friends and reqatives, to Drs. GeRqa and Fowler, and all t,he kind and very efficien;t nurses ~he gave me such constant care in St. Joseph's ,Hospital in Coacordia. Also my a~precia- tton of the dietician and :the Cocks in the kil:chen, ~,ho~e con- stat~t after'is are spent ~r,y,ing to Satisfy so many w.l~imsical appe- ti'tes. Thanks o the "Home Town gang" and NeKie and Ployd R~sewick from Courtland Ibr a beautffu~ giCt and the flowers from my children and the many trips they made to see me and bring Chat to see me: to Eliz~bcth and Jim who came frem Council B.lu~.~fs, Ia.; and the maay cards, l;t,ters, and phone calls from all those in L~ngview, Wash., and the ones from 2riends and neighbors ev- ery~w~ere. ~t all meanit so much. A mother's love and th:anks. Sincerely, Kaeherine Warre,L F IThe Perfect Setting For Saving Webber Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mrs. ~leareor Crispi. enter- t.a,ined ,with a bir,thday c~I'lee in ~cn~r cff Mrs. Ver",an Br.a~les [ast Tuesday morning. T~ose ~esen were Mrs. Broyles. 5Ors. Jess ~i.kson, Mrs. ~Fay Vestal. '~m. Leslie Jens~hy, Mrs. Edlwm Itoss, Mr& A. W. Wilson, Mrs. Laavrenze BOthwell and chil- dren, Mrs. Jim Purcefl and chil- dren, Mrs. David ,Bothwell and JSn'ffn~e, Mrs. W. W. Gunn. and ~rs. ,Ha~td Botl~etl. W/rs. Fay Vestal from Super- Jar was a luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jenshy Tues- day,, qV~m. A. W. Wilson of Superior bad ~unch last Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Guns. The WeaJber Homemakers Ex. tension O!ub met with Mrs. Les- tie Jenvbg Tuesday ~ternoo~. There were lll members and tour ,guests, Mrs. Edwin Mart, Mrs. Elearmr Cr,~pin, Mrs. A. W. Wilson, & Mrs. David Both- we}l, present. Mrs. Jensby gave a ;)rogram on Foa.k Music. Mrs. Toby ,K, ra,mer ~f Man- i~a~o had lunch and spent the a~ternoon wi,th Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn Wednesda6'. ,Mrs. Edwin {Ross and Mrs. Leslie Jenny attended the Oounty Extension Coun,ci,l meet- ir~g at Man'kato last M~onday morning. M.r-~. David ,l~otbwel~ and @im- mie d ~anka:to were house guests at the Harold Bobhtwell home 1~uesday and Wednesday af ,h,~t week. 'Mrs. Goldia ~.rovges tailed on Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ~B,al- lard last Sunday aSternoon. Mr. and Mrs. 'Elmer Ha21 and 'Kathy ~ Hill Ck~y, Mrs. Haz- el Powers tfrorn Pu~o, Mrs. LatVia Welty Item En~lewood, Oal']f., Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sha.t~p from Superior, M.r. aml Mrs. Cl'a~y Ferney fcom Mil.to~a- v~le, Donald Dull from Port- land, ~Ha.rry Ha~,l, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil I~al.~ a~d De anne ca,joyed ,rio, mils, get-t(>gether at the rta.ymamt Ballard home qa,~t .Monday. 'Mrs. Lo~tie ~Yelty, M,rs. Hazel Powers and Mrs. Ray,mond Bal- tard eared on ~Mr. and ~Mr,s. BOb l%c~bbs in Guide Rack 1,ast Saturday a'Rernoon. The ~/el:iber Homemakers Ex- tension Olub and the Wef~be:r W.S.C.S. are heC,pin,g to cc~.~ect Betty Cracker cou,pons to pro- pro:cure a kidney m~a,chine for the h,ospi'ta{1 in St~perior. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn ~vere dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M,arvin ~Dfll in Bellev~.le. Later the), a,it, ended the ha~ game i~n whi~ch Mike played. ~Mr. and Mrs. Verlan ~ro~le, and Mrs. Leth, a Vale a,teended the wedding (*f Doutglas Ander- son and C'baudia Soucie in Has- $ir~g~s SaCurday. Mrs. ,Cha~lie Ru.sse:,l, Mrs. Ventan ~ro~es, Mrs. O. R. Cun- n~gh~m and Mrs. Marvin ~W0b- bar were hostes~s to the Guest Day t~realef, ast e~ the W.S.C.S. a,~ Vhe churoh Wed.nesd,ay morn- ir~g. There were .a~p,roxima~e]~" 10 members a,nd gues~ts present. ~r. and Mrs. Edwin Ress and their grandson, ,Mark Stegimeir, who have been visitin'g as'car Ross, tar ,for their home in Houston, Tex. Thursday. My. and Mrs. W,ill Quick L,y'~ord, Tax. vi.si,ted at bhe Ed Ross home from Friday until Sumtay afternoon. My. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn were 1,vncheon gueslts of Mr. and Mrs. Well'ace t&spergren FridaT. 'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bo;th~ve~l from T~ppenish, Wash. and their grandd, au,ghter, N, an,ey, were guests ~f M,r. and M,m. ~arold Bothwell ~rom Friday evenin,g untirl ~M, anday. Mr. and :Mrs. Wi'~ford She,p- herd and Mr. and Mrs. WE/liam H'~w~ard 'from Puob'lo visited ~t ~he Ramor~d Ba~l.ard and VirgJ~l Hall homes ,l:a.st week. iMi.ss ~Doris BaStard af Norto,n c'alled on Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mend Batlard Wednesday morn- in.g. ;Mr. and Mrs. Carl Be,they,ll1 were dinner gu.es~ks of Mr. arid Mrs. Fay Vestal in Superior (First !P:trblished in Je,w'e'll Co Record, Thursday, July 2& '1970) ::,t i~N THE PROD,%T~E O0,U~T OF JEWF_A~L C0~UN~TY. In ~the dV~atter clf the E.~'~ate c:'/ {RI.r11,H P. '.~D~EG~EiL, Dcc~a~e.d. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansas :o the Creditors, Heirs, Devisers and Legatees of Sat i Decedtnt and All Others Concerned: You are n~*t'ied t,h~t on July 21, lC~7O, ehe undersigned wa.s appointed and qua'If/ted as ,:~d- ministra.~cr c.t.a, of the will of the above named d~cedent; :~hat letters of admini::tration c.L'a. have been gran~tcd to him :'.s su:ch administrat~r c.t.a.: a~d ~q~a,t you must exrh~bit your de- ,mantis a~gainst said esCate rwi.th- in ,nine mon~.s from the date of :the first ~pu:bl)cation here~'f. or ,be forever barred. ~Admini,sbrator c;t.a. AT'I1DST: Jack D. Bradr:ck. (Seal') Prc~ate Judge. W@.tmer, Weltmer & ~Wei,ancr. Attorneys for AdzniniVtrator c.t.a. ,Wanted: YOC,R V@TE FOIR Aff, OrtNEY &E,N~I~AL -- TOM VAN SI~ .(po4. adv.), 4t5 Political Announcements ItOBERT H. lt~EYER CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I wi}l be a candid,ate for county attorney, subject to the will of the RepuMiean vo.tefs a the August primary. Yottr vote and suI~9ort will be aprpre- elated. .-Robert H. Meyer, EDITH HOFFER CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY TREASURER I will be a candidate for coun~ tream~r, subject to the will of the P~pub'liean voters at the August primary. Your v~te and support w~l be ~ppre- elated. V/RGINIA WRENCH CANDIDATE FOR CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT I ~i,tl be a cand:ida~e for c,Ie~ of ~the district court, subject to the wi,sbes 0f the Rop~ublican voters at the Au,g:ust primary. Your vote and su,ppo,rt w~l~ be appreciated. --Virginia Wrench. LEONORE GORDANIER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT I wilt be a candida~te for O~erk af t:he District Court, sub- ject to the v.ate of the Repub- }lean wters at the August pri- mary. Your vc.te and su~pgori will .be appreciated. --Lemnore Gordanier. 'REX BERGEN CANDIDATE FOR S~ATE REP*RE,S~NTATIV~E _. 98th DISTRICT l will be a c'anclid:~te for State Rcip~escntalive 9~th dis- trict, s~bject to the ReptK:]ican voters at t~he Augu.~t primary. Your vote and support w,~]l be a,pprcci'ated. --Rex Borgen ARDEN DIERDORFF CANDIDATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE ll2th District I ~,~H be a candida,te far Stare Rupresen't~tive 111,2! h dir~triet. subjeot to the Rc?u'b:iaan voters at the Aurgu~t primary. Y:ur vote and support will be appre- crated. --Arden Dierdorff. ERNEST I~ISSICK CANDIDATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 98th DISTRICT I will 'be a candidate for State Represen!t~tive 98t'h District. Subject :to t,he Democra,t voters at d~he August Primary. Your vote and support wii, l be appre- ciated. ---aE~r,n.est Kissick. Sa~turday evenin,g. --Edith ~mffer, DONALD K. HESKETT LMr. and Mrs. Ll.ayd Dares o.f CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF Superior cai}2ed on Mr. and Mrs. EItIMA I~BRE I wi}l be "7""candidate for W. W. Gu,n,n Sun:d, ay evening. CANDIDATE FOR sheriff, subject to l~he willl o*f , .~r. and ~rs. La~ren.ce Boet,h- RE~ISTER OF DEEDS the Democratic voters at the we~ were Sunday dinner ~uests 0f Mr. and Mrs. Ntis Sorertson I will be a candidate (or A~gusl primary. Your v~'te and~ in ~ardy. register o,f deeds, re,Sleet to the support will be al~prec~ated. --Donald K. Heske.tt. IMr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross an- will of the Republican voters each time you odd at least $25 to your account, you con buy a plac~ settin..3 at the special plan p,ice of oaiy $2.88. W/th your ei9hth deposit of $25, we will 9ire you another place s;:~tti~g FREE, as a thank you. This offer to end September 1, 1970. You get the 40.piece'Rose Royal place setting at just a fraction of its retail co~t., and it's a h~au~iful way *o save. You earn 5% on rogufar pa-sboc.l: ;avingv. S~.~% on 90 day passbook accounts and certiheates and 5~;~% on one year certificates of $5,000 or more, and a big 6% on $10,05'0 2 year certificates. IN thK' S i' or ansas, avngs - [ Assoclahon | BRANCH OFFICE: I Phillipsburg, Kanssas 67661 Beloit, Kansas 67420 Phone 645-$229 Phone 738-2222 tertained a gr(mp o friends aM rOl~Lves a~ a din,her at the Steak 'House in Mankato Man- da~/ evenin, g in hano,r of t'Tmir son's (,Wayne) bir.thday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. A:m- el Abelbe,ek, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mend Leece and Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. ,Arnold ~Ross and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wi,U Qui~ck, Mr. and Mrs. ~arold Thomgson, and Mr. and ,Mrs. A,l{red Ross. Z'Ir. and Mrs. Law,ren~ce ~rah*am d Kansas City visited h~ mother, Mrs. Anna R Graham, a few d a,ys las~t week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Cad Boith~,eil and: Narmy, Mr. and Mrs. Law- terse ~tl'~we.ll and chOSen, and Mr. and Mrs. ~avid BaCh- well and son were Sunchy eve- n,ing supper guests at the Har- dld B~t~well home. vMr. and Mrs. W. ,W. &unn c~,led on Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reskett in Superior Sunday ",g- ternaon. Nutrena Names Meyer To Head Sales Territory Javnes E. Meyer of Courtl.and. Ken. is the new manager a[ s~les in rmrth Central Kansa:s for the Nubrena Feeds division of 0argflq, Inc., according to James Ba'ssett, Kansas CRy, manager of the firm's soueh- weal region. ,Moyer'e s~les rea the e~unties of Norton, Smith, JeweH, Repu,blie, R~c~s, Osborne, MRchell and Cloud. .N~rerm sel:~s more than 6O $cientifiea.~ly formul'ated live- Stuck and petE.try feeds in 29 sta~tes and operates mi~s in Kansa~s ~t M~Phersan and K~n- at t.he August p,nmaw. Your vote and support will be appre- ciaeed. --Emma Kibbe. JACK BRADRICK CANDIDATE FOR PROBATE JUDGE I ,wffi 'be a candidate for pPoba~ judge, s~bject to the will of the Republican vo,ters at he August primary. Your vote and sttp,po~ will be appre- ciated. -4ack Bradrl~.. LUCILE CLARK C~NDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERK I will be a candidate fo~ county clerk, subject to the will ~f the Republican voters at the August primary. Your vote and support wil~l be appreciated. -- Lucile Cl, m'k EVA MYERS CANDIDATE FOR CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT ,I w~l,l be a candidate for clerk of ~e d:istriot court, subjeCt to ~e will of the Re- ptll#14can voters ~,t 4ke At~a~t primary. Your vote and sup- po~t will .be ~i~reciated. Eva Myers. WILLI&M A. "BILL" BAII,EV CANDIDATE FOR llmmRIFF I will be a candidate for ~erfff, subject ,to the will o~ the Republican voters at the August primary. Your vote and ma~port will be appreciated. --- IV, A. "Rill" Balky &R,DETH P. WII2~N @ANDIDATE FOR ~.,GISTER OF DF_~EDS I ~iII be a candidate for ~egismr of Deeds, subject to will of the Reptile.an voters a the A~gust primary. ,,Your vote and support will be --Ardeth P. W'd~n. EILEEN V. WILSON CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERK ,I wil9 be a candidate for countY clerk, subject to the will LYLE "JACK" JACKSON CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF THE FIRST DISTRICT I will .be a candidate for County Commissioner of the First Distric't, subject to the will of the Republican v'aters at the August primary. You," vo~te and su?port will be ap- preciated. --Lyle "Jack" Jackson. QUENTIN LEECE OANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERK I witl be a candidate for county clerk, subject to the wiR ~f the Republican voters at the Au~gust primary. Your vote and str~port wilt ,be a~reciated. --Quentin Leece. V. E. "VIC" TULLAR CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF THE FIRST DISTRICT I will be a candidate for County Commissioner of the First District, subject to the will af the RepubLican voters at the August primary. Your vote and support will be ap preciated. V. E., "Vie" Tit]far FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Septic ROWLEY'S Superior, Phone BEAUTY BEAUTY Your Shop located corner Boogaart's Phone: Shop - Operator - Closed FUNDS, WAI)I)E1A, Inc. Mutual STAN & ESBON, Dr. Dale A. ()~tarwt~ 12r'):~ ~'4' 3 t{or;r:, !):'. !-}:7 J. Optom(.!, ic ~,,,e DO-NUT Open 6 dayS ~, 7:00 am. to Close SaturdaY! i Closed Phone Call ahead for Ask us about soft l)r. ?Jerwin Doctor of 8:(..'.0 a. m. to Monday First Door Drug S Phones: Office Residence Fll Closed V/i~b~k Rest For ~,:12r~ or l.icensed Lv Rooms Have COP., Member Kan:;as ican Nursi~:,g tian 30~.I N Phan : 1T:; lle!e~,'s lh Sha a:;:oO~..' l';t .'.{.qu qe x' S',ve;[g,rl ]1 , 1' i ,,-/' ' .I am a candid.ate for n.omin.a- Pho.~e , , g ....... I ~ion to .the office o~f C0,12N'PY - "r:~ - ~TT.OI~NIEY OF ~IYrC~E: COU'NTY, KANSAS, subject to .~.~.~. :: ":. the will of the Dame,erotic volt- ,~(~ ers at the Augus~t primary. " '(~|C[:I,"[~"' Your vote and support will a~rec~ted, l-,)r All --a-IAItK1LD N. JORID~, B,rfl,day, Cheer, 516 N. Poplar sary, I h,.n,< Yw~0 ~eloit, Kansas. G fit, R-K ~' i: I tever Befere... Sound So Full , col ? rU01S0 e.er. ra ':n SO Clea5 w.,.. Ph+ma FK ..... 8-,,3.,,, sas City. af the Repu'hlican voters at the, Bkating Party ' ~upport wi~ILb~F~ appreciated.. Radio Se:vke. Eileen V. Wilson " ' ~' ~ at L & B /.(ec(rlC, On M, ay 13, the m em,bers of R.K. "~----'~ Do~ i:" a gr ~.:tuatt fl~e Fovmo~o ,Wi.,!in~g Workers i rj ~ Trade School, 4-I{ Cl.t~b and their guests met VANDEVENTER CANDIDA'IRg ,.ad has also a't ~he Skating Rink at Glasco ~ /UIERIFF ni :h ~ervice for ,a sk~atin,g party. A.!ter an ~ tel ,it! event.rig Of u'ps an~ dciwns, and I ~ be a ~te fro'. it was dc,wn for lc,:s o:f us, we ~erl~ of Jewel Cotml~,, sub- ~raa~ CALL returned home. Despite the ject tothewill o~thel~qmb- ~:IRCt~ERH~ ;t I;&B bruis,es .and bumps we all had a laean voters at the August la'i- ~onderful time and hope to ga mm'y. Your vo~ and ~ [ Rask SHOPPER again soc,n. ~ be appreciated. = For This --J, e3f Keeler. Reporter. ,.-R. K. "~eet" Vandeventer. /I" , iiii, ', I, '