"
Newspaper Archive of
Jewell County Record
Mankato, Kansas
Lyft
August 11, 1966     Jewell County Record
PAGE 12     (12 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 12     (12 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 11, 1966
 

Newspaper Archive of Jewell County Record produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




L 1 mmm'"S| ,wa ewell County Record, Mukato, Kansam , THUR.SDAY, AU W,:phhmr ]th I Im MN u---^la '~^-~------" I Douglas Ault Colby, isl S C S served lunch all day I Miss Joyce Horton has re- I interesting facts concerningl ..... " .... , I ......... I cock of Ashlan .....o ~u u UOLIIW~Jl . ' " " " , . . t~lalr L. l~ross, claily 1o~l'rle JeWel[ %ount w0- . [ vtsmng his grandparents ]Tuesday at the Community] turned to tile llome after[ this chain of tslands Includ- [ no" - r ........ [ ..... Y- [ chosen the top l' d Mrs D I rt' ' ~, i . . . . .i t cur ent, 9ado and costs lnell'S tmnlocratic CIUD metlan ... vm. D....R GeT. an . e be I Mr and Mrs W W GunnlHall at the Pr mary elec- her v'~cat on ea was information about -rn - -- .." . o. '~ ..... ~u,, ,~ ~,,,~ ~a, .......... , , ~ " ~. ,-. ~ .... t t~ est ~ ~oertz no Ilre at the home of Mrs Carll,z ....... ,,.. Attl~erm/. and children oftand other relatives. Ition. I Mr. and Mrs. toean t~arrettl the mimate, crops, indus- I ...... , " ~. ;" ..... " ~-,y., ,e~.e,L,y. ..... were Sunday Mr and Mrs Jess Wilson Julie Crook of Sulmrior is. l and Scott of Jamestown vis- tries, people and relig, ions. extmgmsner, ~a.uu and i ,,wcsun' Aug. t. mrs. Lager-. ] races July_ 26.. ~ea" .guests of Mr. andlwere guests of Mr. and Mrs.[spend,ng a few days with},ted h,s mother, Mrs. MmnielThe leader made plain that] ........ costs. , .. Gen ...... ..... caU,ed,the me, etlng tOlrode e horses, Mrs ,Raymond Ballard IDale Taylor at a birthday J her grandparents Mr and[Barrett Sunday afternoon Ithe Evangelical United Bre-] e e~. [atrmK, eolmt ~,]oruer and lu memoers an~[half brothers, ~ "~ " ....... . speemng, Sip uu count 2 swered roh call Minutes oI end Mrs. Fay Vestal I dinner at Brookville, Sunday]. Mrs. W. W. Gunn. ,'J Miss .,Ednal Walker.... ands,_[ thren. Church. is among those. ............ -' o uu;, tne" ..... ' " last" meeting" " were reaaf... " } halvesr4.of the 13 ltJt Yt und y mornmg for Col-[in honor of Mrs Wilson'sl Friends and neighbors o,'lMiss~le en lvmCammoi, looing missionary work m) n- " " ~ " ~,,~ .....ncock I ' " ' 's I " ' venm . I. - ta ct costs land approved tlaere was nol....~.4 .... , ..... .k ~, Springs where Fay ]birthday. Afterward, theylMrs. Carrie Thomas sttrpris- l.~t~ pped "riuay e ~ ' g t I indonesia. I " r , , , " ..... ~ .............. ~dt~mdergo surgery for his/attended the showing ofled her with a birthday cof-tsee Miss McCanmaon's aunt,] The making of the Indo-[ ...... ---7- . Iota ousmess to D.rlng etorelat the FirsI , r Olllee ot t;o ~upt ~ me meeting and me new 'allment. I some new houses in Salina. I fee Thursday morning. Those I Mrs. Nellie Shephe d. J nesian cloth known as 'bat- I " ": ~ ' I Church in Ashl~ t~qr. and' Mrs. Sam- Beh-/ Mr. and Mrs. Sam" Beh-lpresent were" Mrs ...... Silsby Mr,, Gty Carhill of Man- ] ik" is most famous. Mrs. I "Nothing is less maporl- bt~stuess. ...... was the discussion] __ family went to Irends received a letter from land Judy of Republ c M "s. I kato add Mary Dahl of Web- I Kramer described the meth- lant than which lork you use. canmuates [or emcuon.] eAnD nF ' "~"" ~ ' -. ' ...... Aft " " " ..... A~tt~, Nebr Sunday to at-lthe Superintendent of the~Anna Graham of Super,w. her c:~Ilcd "luesday after ]od and displayed a piece of[Etiquette is the scmnce of er the business meeting, i ...--. t~l~l~ Ce'ntennial eel,,- ]c r~ nc]mol ,,f Commorce in [Mrs. Verlan Broyles Mrs I :~o:m on Miss Alice Fergus- ] the pretty material. She alsolliving. It embraces every- our hostess served refresh- ] ur .... ~o~, ,, .,.,,o .............. . ...... ,. . , ........... of the St John's Lu- Omaha nformiw, them that [Jess Wilson Mrs. Alia Ren-[,,n. I had collected clippings tak-Ithmg. It is ethics. It lslmen!s of iced tea and cook-Isincere thank t rt Church i that cit lu Behr n s third in the!schlerMrs. Fay Ve, tal Mr and Mis. Don Beeler en from newspapers of re- honor. --Emily Post. es. wmt}on was made to a.d, " n y.. dy e ds . . . . . - ...... . . , . for the nice c Behrends met them in to~l 'twelve students in the Mrs Dale Crispin. , Mr.'; Per ol Behnt came 1.nday even- -ent~ date, and her readmg Following are vis Iors and !ourn...lne next meeting wni while" in" the 1 In n~ld tho family ~nont ~'honl ry Rue, Dollie Vale, Mrs. E1 ing and took his mother, of these revealed what is business callers last week:l de wttn Mrs. Lester t~royies, o; ...... , ~,,t,,~n "i'o;et'[a-er ........ Jensb,, and Roper [eanor Crispin, Mrs. W. W I iVh's. O. R. Be.tier, out riding. [ happening in Indonesia to-I Leland Bartley, Esbon" Paul1304 So. Center, Mankato atI h' u h"; ulne ss'; Dahl had a cow that [Kintigh attended the Pet [Gunn and her daurbter, Mrs I M ss Maye Balch vmite( ]day. IRberts, Mankato, Gary L.] 8.00, Tuesday evening, Sept. I be remembered' .'.~,. ....... I IMaurice Lawson of Penna-lin the thnne, Tuesday afterl Durin~ the worshin ner-IKeeler, Mankato" Glenn,~3. All Democratic ladies are] .... ~._~ 2' [losa Kans ]noon. ] od, the leader read the Be-[Grout, Mankato; Mrs Hal-[cordmlly mwted. [ qoh~,,~,~ ......... I I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ros,;[ Mrs. F.va Kugler of Redlatitudes and illustrated by]old Beam, Esbon; Mrs. Keith] --Pub. Chairman.] L mo.n~d'-,~r( ...... [ returned Sunday evening ] Cloud, Nebr., Mrs. Bid | examples how Christians liv- ] Anderson, Mankato; Marvin ] __ [ Nlohr , I~ ~r I~ n [ from a brief vacation durin~_:]Thompson and Mrs. Will [ ing in Indonesia are follow- [Mann, Mankato Schools; [ I ...... t, ome /0 r'a.t which they visited their son,[lxw, er.vrcn have been recentling the patterns of which~Delbert Rothchild, Mankato:1' _ ; ....... Harlan and family, in Good-l visitors of Mrs. Mattie Metz. [Jesus spoke. The monthly ]Jesse W. Failing, Burr Oak;[ - - " l-l.m, m.,I L., t~,,L,~ [land. Mr Ross had his ears] Severac f the residents loffering was received and]Inez Birdsell Jewel: ~! '::'v[-- **~v*t**.-******~ IC~ ~.,ll2alll 11 lU lU Itl~ k)al~.llJ ". I . - -- I * ' . " / checked in Denver. In Gree-len,loyed s;ttmg on me porch] the meeting closed with Mrs. ]Van de Rmt, Cawkcv (':ty:] ,The Fede 1I ....... a. I'i- I ley, they visited Mrs Julia ] "~Zcdllesday evening, to watch I Kramer's prayer I Mrs. AI ce ttey t~::v,:'.:cr ~ 1~1-~:........ ~ ,v,,,,a,,t'aut: ~ Dahl and Mrs. Rachel" John-[the 4-tt Club Fair'Parade. ] Mrs Ruth Colson was the ]Athens School, Jewell; P,:te{ ~r , ) t anK mw2 And also take home something son, formerly of the Love-[ Mrs. Ray fq,rdham was alhostess for the afternoon.]Fairbank, School Specialty,/ ? see them I well. communities, and .rela- Friday. . afternoon. . caller ot .She served a lunch consis- Salina. . ..... long - tl from our llake Sale. tlves at Oshkosh and Bridge-I M'ss ahce l'cwgusog.:, [ting of delicious sandwiches, [ ..., " ..... illilW n,. ds port, Nebr. ] Mr. and Mrs. t~tarencc I an appetizing salad, dainty l lne aewell Cou:tty "/'each- ~ . BURR OAK WS(,S. ME'IHOI)ISI I Mr. and Mrs. icc[ t.oom,s, Jr., and nieces wsit-[erackers and refreshing med]ers ormntatton ,hog, am re-I " Lawson of Pennalosa, Kans. ] ed Iris father Mr. Clarenct [ tea The ladies enioyed thisl placing the original teachers' ~~~Land Banl Masonic Building - 6 to 9 p.m. visited from Wednesday un- [ W. Loomis, Sunday evening ] fooct very much " [institute will be held at ~~A!~ '', , , _.-, .......... t til Friday w th her parents,I Saturday morning visitors["~ ........ [Mankato Elementary School ~:~::-" .-iarrangea ' SArURIIAY, AUGUST 20 Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gun> lot Mrs. O. R. Beeler includ- [ II~llTrl ! /~/~|;lll~llr I building forenoons d' Augostl ' those wh and other relatives. Richard[,xl her daughter, Mrs. Let [ .~.~r,|,L I,IIIIIN i 1[ ] 24 and 25. I stand you " ' Sholtz their nephew, return-I Parsons of Mankato, and he, [ .............. I * * I i~lrli[ ~..~.~; ...~S~ ' ed with them i gr:mddaughter, Mrs. J. R I Odlllli 'rllfllllOlf7 Delmar Rothchild Man-il~~i ~unu wauo -2. ..... II ~ I I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Saw-[ltask~l[ and children, Jirr~!loUUl~l_l[1UU~r, kato graduate '64, is with ~~r ~service. , .~'~ !~,~i~ ~'~'~-~.~: ~ , ,, . .~~!: .... :: - ].ye~ returned Saturday even-land :l,m~.~, (~f I atrbury, Neb; [ Ikll~lltlrO I the .ar~./, stationed, at Fort I ~l*i ~[~'~ : ~/~'7~, - , ~ [ mg from New Mexico whereI Miss ralua lvruger canec I IIII~.WN I 1.2wis, wash., and is sched- [ rph,~ h,~,re ~~~ I ~'[]/1 ~/4~']" ~ [they had taken Mrs. Emma 1 Sunday afternoon on Mis~ ] :llcd t, move soon. Darylel no,~., l~,td,, M~n~,~r .... :~~ 1 7 "" .~'i ". | [Gillen to meet her daughter,[Joycc Ilorton. [ I Rothchild, Lovewell '62 left ................ " ....... "- lures ~na~ ~~:/ ..... | ~ I~#lfIl~l-~t~" ] I Mrs. Elvin Scoonover. [ M~s. Etta Nees one of ore[ Alvin C Fall Jr County 'we weeks ago for Nurn- . ........ ~~i:!i.: ~ ~'~'~'~ ~ I Mr and Mrs A W Wil-!Day Aides, brought us a lClerk, and his helpers ar't'burg, Germany. A mther[yot|r anterests now and m the Iuture, . bou( uet ol lovel Sur rise' re an r 1, ~rother Dennis Lovcwell ' ........ 'i a I ]son, "Mr and "Mrs. 15arrell[, I ' ' Y ' P' '[p p 'ng ce tificates o ; , ., ,. , and we will give you the details. Our] 1 I "-'1 , I]Reed, Mrs. Sarah Russell I lilies. A .... [nomination for county and, High 1960, c({ml,leted his[flee is located at the Correll Hotel on [[l~illV~ ~ | I I ...... "~,/,,,~ / I land Mr and Mrs Waynel tvIrs. O. K. tseeler spemltownship candidates, army services last January.[,~ , ,,.,, , +, " | ] I Wilson " and famiiy from I Sunday with her son, Ray-[ One of their cousins los hi:; or{t r rmay ot e,aen monm. ~ ~, I g ./ I Mankato were sunder ~,uests] mond a ad family in Randall.[ Faye Anderson County life in Viet Nam last rr onth. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASS( ~ ~ I of Mrs Bernice Reed Sun- [ We extend sincere ~ sym- ITreasurer, reports del n- Thin seems a big price one~ OF BELOIT ! d~" ]day evening [pathy to the relatives of Mr. lquent taxes on real estate family is givingfor our 121 West Main Street Beloit ~~I::: ~ : ] Mrs. Don Davis of Beloit Lester Cook. He used to bc/will be printed the next country. I ' ' ~" ~ : [ called on Mrs. Carrie Both- [ a resident of our Home. I three weeks. Delinqnent per- [ I well in Hardy and at the[-, I sonal taxes will .be turned ]Lawrence and Harold Both-IA~vanec m lvns~Ions: lover to the Sheriff on Aug. i I well homes Saturday after- Indones;.a ]15. .... I noon. -- i '' I Mr and Mrs Maul'let Mrs. Bess Kramer, Presi-[Judicial Cases: ~' : . . . , , dent of the Women s S~)Cl Jerr L Run on s eed L|ke a good hound dog, medical researchers I Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. W. e" of W( r!~ er ic- 11 ~}' - y ' " y ' P - h"n* f-.r --w :'"ti 'ioq ...... a ..... IW. Gunn were guests of Mr. "ty ,a v ca.e /mg, $10.00 and costs. ,~,-~ ,,~,, a , ~ ,, ,,,~ a:,, ,, ,~ a,u ~,~t- land Mrs Marvin McDill in the Aug. 3 meeting to order.] Jerry R. Potter, overload tier drugs. Don.t let an illness linger and drag IBellevine Wednesday even The five members in attend-ton center axle, $15.00 and , ~ ~ me( ~lt so~ly tb~t cir costs yOU down when prompt medication with new ling. They hell ed 1 chard "' .'.1 , . ..., , , ~~, , -, I celebrate his birthday cumstances nap prevented] David L. uust~r, aisooey- arngs may cure qmc Jy l ' " " i _ " sorne of the lad'es from be-ling stop sign, $10,00 and [ ! ing present. / costs. t t As an introduction to theI Robert E. Whitler, over- ~2- = UT_-_" _-7._-...-=... "4 ~ * |ANKATO, KANSAS I Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 u.~..~,,.~,, A. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:00- ~TH l~ 8:00 P. M. Mrs. LaVerne E. Linden of Troutdale, Ore., and Mrs. Gall Linden and chiklren of I N EWSPAPER. Due to the laimr shortage we will sell to the highest biddcr plete Grade A dairy herd of Itolstein cows 'and heifers at located 2 miles East of Formoso or 3 miles West of on old Highway 36, starting at 1:00 p.m., on-- CAN'T FINI~ CHERRY TREE. TREES ON THE MOON? THE STORY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON CUTTING DOWH THE CHERRY T NOT TELLING A " .... REE AND WEtL- NOWN &' U_T Ir IS VERy lie POSSI -n~ r;:AT WOULD NOT BLE ON THE MOON, DUE TO THE LACK OF ATMOSPHERE N ANIMALS NOR pL^~,- .... EITHER "~,~-a ~,AN EXISTt AS FAR AS WE KNOW. fie cannot tel~ a//e: At our bank we greet yos w/th genu/ne, o/d- sh[oned down-to.earth courtesy. Tlie in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.D.I.C. Since 1933 ESTA.B HED Jusf take your children to tk* place and at the time given b*lew. S,veral poses will be tek*n FREE ef charg~ by an experF children's phofographer from WOLTZ STUDIOS. All proofs will be shown . , , Soiect your favorite pose for pubtlcation and your cSild'c picture will appear in tSls newspaper at cl ietnr datu. Yau may, tf yeu wish, ~rdor photographs for gifts, or keeptakes frnm the Studio , , , bu~ this is entirely UP fo you, IFIERK IS THE TIME AND PLACE AT MANKATO V. F. W. HALL WEll., AUGUST 17 10:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. s[E N[W$ STORY FOR AODITIONAt DETAILS e ' ' 'i, 13 HOLSTEIN COWS These Cows Are All Registered Fobes Bertha Piebe, Twin, No. 5638676, calved 8-4-62 Fobes Barbara Plebe, Twin, No. 5(;38675, calved 8-4-62 Betty Beth Bo Plebe, No. 6054695, calved 10-2-63 BJD Rhoda Trixie Pride, No. 6054696, calved 11-25-63 Ormsby Valla Vista JoJo, No. 6321774, calved 7-9-64 Par h-ene Fashion Girl Julia, No. 5384012, cah, ed 6-10-61 Ear Illa Fashion Girl, No. 5638674, calved 5-28-62 Par h'ene Fashion Joyce, No, 60035(;5, calved 9-12-63 Fobes Betty Beth Plebe, No. 4275263, calved 12-23-54 Connie Valla Vista Ormsby, No. 5627372, calved 5-3-62 Ormsby Valla Vista Candy, No. 6054694, calved 4-27-63 Cathy Valla Vista Ormsby, No. 5218432, calved 1-30-59 Cam Valla Vista Ormsby, 6054697, calved 3-8-64 12 of the above 13 cows ducing now and all but freshened in the last 30 GRADE COWS AND 7 Holstein cows These all 3 yr. olds, producing 7-yr. old cow, producin 5-yr. old cow, due to sale day 2 Holstein heifers, 2 yrs. springing now DAIRY E( Universal pipeline milker, i plete with automatic MPI fa,rm milk tank, eapaeity : Double vat stainless steel tubs i All of the above eqm in A-1 condition The above dairy cows are a high producing big set of cows. are tested and clean and can go anywhere. Individual health will be furnished with each cow. Mr. Carlson has been in business 21 years and has always kept all of the highest heifers. Anyone wanting to inspect this herd prior to the do so at any time. TERMS OF SALE--CASI . No property removed till MR AND MRS. Col, H. M. iI ~ ........ ~ '],;' .....