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;DAY, JULY 28, 1966 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD,~TO, KANSAS I+ I - Retail Value $1 ADHESIVE 1/2" AND 1" 43c Size [] and EVERYDAY DN HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS "FREE DENTURE BA'I'li Retail Value $1.95 HAIR TONIC---79c SIZE GLANCES WITH Even under normal cir-[visited in the Mr. and Mrs. cumstances--much less a[Leroy McCormick home in MARY FRANCES drought--most people strop- IRcd Cloud, Nebr. last Fri- ly don't drink enough water. Everyone needs at least two quarts of water a day, and more on warmer days. Oth- erwise, there is a risk of de- hydration which can result in fatigue, lassitude, h,~ad- aches, sullenness and--in ex- treme cases--collapse. You h~we heard that water is fat- tening. We know it is NOT. So, drink that liquid, arid be Petersburg, Florida. visited his sister-in-law, ' C~ Peirce, and s'~n, ~l~rth, & day night. The McCormick's couple of nights last week, daughter, Janet, and hus-Hewent on'to~ V~lentine,, band, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Me- Nebr. to viist his brother- Farland of Pottsburg, Tex., in-law, Hermon (Dick) TUP were spending a short fur- ner and sister-in-law, Luclle lough there before going on Turner Thornton and.family to Boston to visit his rela-a few days. tives and then he is due for Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wet* a six week refresher course, Iner went to Pratt, Kansas tO then on to Viet Nam. Janet] attend the Warner reunioa will resume her nursing af-[ Sunday. ter her furlough ends. I Mr. and Mrs. Kent Me- Mrs. Sylvia Morrow is' Nichols and three childr~ staying at the Dr. ltershner of Monrovia, California hospital while Miss Fickel is away on her vacation. Our hot, dry weather con- tinues. Some very promising clouds come by but no rain. Mrs. Sylvia Morrow visit- ed in tim Guy Ball home Sunday evening. Most of the neighbors at- tended either the Downs Anniversary doings or the Jewell City Old Settlers Celebration the past week- end. The Whitemound Builders 4-H Club held their tour on Saturday. In nW last week's items sure you get at least two quarts a day during the heat wave. Mrs. F. E. Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bos- sen were recent guests of Jewell Co. Home Economies their granddaughter, Mrs. Agent Judy Hillman and Renae in their trailer house home in Use Pressure Canner Ionia. To Can Vegetables Lee Hooten and Paul Hei- Vegetables canned at mall were birthday guests in home are safe and good the B()ssen home on July 16 foods if you use reliable me- for Mrs. Bossen's birthda thuds in preserving them. supper You may have wonderedI The H D. U. meeting at I . " about the safety of home-ithe Susm Ball home in Es- canned corn and green beans !ben earlier in July was not after reading of death due to the first meeting for Mrs. ) ~ botulism, caused by caring ' Shipley, but should have vegetables canned at home. read the first for Jr. assist- Use a pressure canner :to ant leader, Miss Lydick, and destroy the bacteria causing the coffee at the Geographi- botulism, cal Center a few days later The spore form of this I 73 ..r..sc. :Bg 39 ,rla resistant. To kill the spores, l ~ you must process the food at 10 pounds of pressure which 89c Size gives a temperature of 249 degrees F. The processing . _-- J 39c SIZE-~OUR PRICE ANTACID --- 20's Bottle lO0's Retail Value 8b,, 35(: Size ASPIRIN---100'#) time varies with the type of food and the size of the jar. Canning fruit is not a pro- blem. The acid and boiling temperature kill the spores so that you may safely use he boiling water bath in- ;tead of the pressure canner. If you could be absolutely ;ure of the pressure gauge on your canner and your methods, the food would al- ways be safe. However. for an extra margin of safety, boil home-canned vegetables 10 to 20 minutes before tasting them. Use the cook- came Monday morning to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillon, and his mother, Helen McNichoh~ & others. C()oler pleasant weather most of last week but no. rain of any amount. Hazy, cloudy and warm this MOn- day morning ..... Alice Rinard is not so well and went back to the Community Hospital at Red Cloud Sunday. Her, daughter returned to ~ home at Leedy, Okla. week. THANK YOU I would like to thank all my relatives, friends and neighbors for the many cards, letters and gifts I r~, ceived while in the Repub- lic County Hospital and since returning home. Thank You ~. ~"" ' > --- Mrs. Carl Thro~ SHAMPOO .~1 oc) Size Our Pricei _ L SPRAY BOTTLE 25(: Sizb ed vegetables in an oven casserole or a salad, as well as seasoned and served. For recommended times was honoring a member, Mrs. Rose Hollern, on her birthday. Mike Pate got a June bug in his ear Monday night of last week and after several trips to the hospital, it was removed after Dr. Kosar at Concordia used anesthetic Mike is fine now. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore atended the funeral of Clarence's brother, Mike Moore, in Graham Co. a week ago this Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Reed and family of Formoso and] Mr. and Mrs. Bob Badger jl and family of Mankato vis-I ited with Mrs. Sylvia Mot-I row in her home Sunday I The Middle Branch Club[ held their July picnic Sun-I day at the Mankato park with most of the members and their families present and we had visitors of the former member families and it should have read Mrs. Faye-Boller and Debbie rode their horses in the parade at Lel)anon in the f()renoon, and were there for the horse show in the afternoon. The Odessa 4-H will have their tour today. Debbie Boiler suffercd a wire cut on her leg requir- ing several stitches to close the wound. She was crossing the wire and her foot slip- ped. Judy Hiliman and RenaeI were with the Clyde Bossens[ Sunday and in the eveningI they accompanied the Doyle] Patee family home to Wich-I ita for a few days visit. I Edith Folger Northbranch Friends Church Wendell Barnett, pastor Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. LaJaunta Winslow, Supt. Retail Value $1 Our PriceI Worship at 10:30 69c Size INSECT REPELLENT $1.19 Size Friends Youth at 7:15 p. m. Worship at 8:00 Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 8:00 P. M. in canning these foods, ob- some old-time friends. The Visitors at church Sunday tain a copy of Home Cann- day was fairly nice with an morning were Rev, and ~ing of Fruits and Vegeta- east wind and a partly cloud- Mrs. Jesse Drinnen, pastors i bles2' Visit, phone, or write y sky. The park was full of of the Friends Church at your county home econo- picnicking family reunions,,a~,,,,;,,. ~n, ~,a ~n~o ~.,. ~lcs agent for a copy and others I ,::b .............. "Y .7"0. ",'L'Y _ ._ . ...." ............... a; .... ,,~t/4mmerman ana mree cnu- Do You urmg wir ana w~rs. tJuy t~al]~dren of Ca r : ' 9 " ' "spe, wyomlr~; Enough Water. and Mr. and Mrs Max Ball Mrs. Hershell Thornburg & ', [twin girls of Norman, Okla- ' [ht)ma. All arc guests of Mr. land Mrs. Mike Caldwell as T-T~,'~.]~Jxl, I Mrs. Drinnen is Mrs Ruthie llll~lllff | [Caldwelrs aunt, Gale Zim- z-x 1. t~* 'I I Imerman, a brother, and iJUallllOC[ , Glenda Thornburg a sister ~" of Ruthie Quarterly meeting is to be here Friday and Satur- day, August 5 and 6. The W. C. T. U. plans to meet at the church base- ment Thursday, July 28 at 9 A. M. for their July m+et-'" ing and to make out annual reports. Faye Craven Long and husband, Paul, of Caldwell, Idaho visited her cousin, Let s Keep This Capable . Woman On the lob! * : fo * r SECRETARY of STATE. le Appointed by the governor to this responsible office, this ab , sincere woman has proved herself fully worth)" of the trust. +~,+. . REPUBLICAN tpol.. Adv.) ~.. ~ ~ ~' ~I- fill I ,ou ca ay Investors I SLEEPING AID SKIN BRACER __ $1.25 Size 79c Size AEROSOL DEODORANT H MENNENi ~iUl.'B$ $1.00 Size No. 25 -- Reg. $2.04 HOmm "LILT SPECIAL" PI~NENT RetaR Value $1.58 i tlCES EFFECTIVE JULY 28 TO AUGUST 7 --- i i ii, MARKET Ida, and Harold Pugh last ..... ,. Tuesday night. ..... George Davis of St. Jill I I lb..-. POLITICAL. I - // - Let Us Help! A Land Bank loan keeps payments low because the term is long and intexeat is xeasonable. Land Bank Loans aIso may be used to pay debts, make improvements, buy equip- merit or for othe~ Ul ~or ~t BANK LOAN When an unexpected emergency comes you'll find that we "rally around." We have money to loan for any legitimate purpose. you need to borrow, it will pay you to come first. "SDIHM .... i>/~i::?! At the Correll Hotel on the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month Federal Land Bank Ass'n of Beloit Herman H. Eddy, Manager Ill .... :~:,: ;i~i>~