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Mankato, Kansas
July 28, 1966     Jewell County Record
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Tt t,'OiqT7 Welt Mr. and Mrs. John Doxon and Joeilen of Omaha are spending their vacation vis- iting, her mother, Mrs. Nona Hunt of Jewell, and his par- ents,: Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Other guests on Sun- day evening for home made ice cream and cake were bliss 'Davida Peterson of ]Hay, sand Mr. and Mrs. Lyall DOXOn. Mr. and Mrs. Wen- dell Hunt and daughters of Phillipsburg were Saturday evening visitorS. Mrs. Stella Patrick and Mrs. Mayme Butler were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simmons. Evening guests were Mr. Mtd :Mrs. Ben Simmons and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nitcher and Sandra of Belle- elite. I t. f i iii I1~11 Mrs. Maude Sears was dismissed Saturday evening from the St. Joseph's Hos- pital, following a week of tests and treatments. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins were Mr. Jack Trussell and daugh- ters and his mother, Mrs. Cornelia Trussell, of Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. George Greenberg and their daugh- ter, Mrs. Bob Pope and hus- band and children, of Sel- den, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kimsey and family of Junc- tion City. Sunday dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Greenberg of Jew- ell, Mrs. Maude Abram of Jamestown, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Haskins and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Alls- man and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ottott and son of Belleville spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Watson and Richard. Mrs. Leona Fle'/ning and her house guest, i drs. Mar- garet Atkinson Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Bl[,ke Dewey made a business trip to Sa- lina on Wednesd'a y, and also visited relatives ,vhile there. Mrs. Ella P ltterson of, Courtland was,,' a dinner guest Sunday 7of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Ckrrk. In the af- ternoon the la (lies drove to Burr Oak andi visited Mrs. Patterson's rather, Mrs. Edythe Clark., at the Scho- iack home. The ladies of the Mystic Circle Clubwill serve re- freshments,along with a bake sale, at the Vernie Emigh publi(: sale on Satur- day afterno0,n, July 28. All aroceeds wil'l be used to help purchase uafiforms for Pee Wee bzt:mball team. A shelter house is nearin[ completion tin the city park. Funds for th e structure were made possitole from dona- Now during our Golden Sleep Sale: it's 1 it's O" OO~ OO0 it's Full or twin dze mattress 0r box spring "O ! 'a'year value! Cmpare wlth h|gher l>E USiV, GO|d " Edo,1 ;.f priori[ These quality features are usually XC[ mattresses seUing for much more: famous extra firm support keeps surface fi,m, s ooth . *. eep-qullted to resilient Sealyfoam I right out e C rch end sagging edges J tethe e es O RJ , | xury weave orint cover ~q~Jrotha ne foam BUTTON.FREE l UXUR Y--ECONOMY PRICED FIRM 'ow during our once-a-year sah | Firm, smooth surface--no buml Hundreds of tempered steel Duro'Flange keeps surface smeotl ffea'o', d rable woven =triBe There's a wealth of quality features this smooth-top value. Specially of Lovewell and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higbee attended a county postmasters meet- ing and dinner Friday even- ing at the Buffalo Roam Steak House in Mankato. Mrs. Floyd Dunstan of Concordia and her daugh- ter, Mrs. Chas. Russell of Scandia were luncheon guests Friday of Mrs. Harry Higbee. Mrs. Floyd Barrett of Ran- dall was a recent visitor of Mrs. Maude Sears. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl of Hardy and their grand- son, Paul Hammer of Den- ver, Col()., were Wednesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Keeler. Mrs. Dewayne Beaushaw and children of Hutchinson and her mother, Mrs. Atta Rath- bun, were Sunday afternoon callers. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stran- sky of Munden spent Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Magnusson. In the afternoon they drove to Glen Elder and viewed the dam, which is under con- struction. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keel- er, Julie and Jeff, visited Thursday at the John Bone- cutter home in Smith Cent- er. Mrs. Leroy Eaton and chil- dren, Mrs. Gordon Grimes and her granddaughter, Crys- tal Colson, of Mankato spent Wednesday afternoon at the home ,of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler. Donnie Ross of Concordia is sp, znding this week with his grandmother, Mrs. Ross Hig, bee, and Mr. Higbee. Mrs. Dewey Beaushaw an.