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August 18, 1966     Jewell County Record
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E~WEL7 CGU%i, ie RECORD, ~AY~i'LA'O. ~ANSAC h noRSDA f I i, r '/ ,L '% e Mrs, Loveea Bartlt Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boil- er are getting nicely ~ttltxt in their farm home west of Ionia. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beu- kenhorst and family and Mr. a~l Mrs, Don Neuberg,:r and family were here and as- sisted with the moving. Miss Vera Marietta re- ceived a broken bone in her as the result of a fall. ~he, hopes to have her cast removed by the time school gins. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bart- Icy drove to Manhattan Mon- day afternoon and attended the final game of the church soft. ball tournament. The E, U. B,'s'defeated St. Luke's 6;3. Gail Bartley returned home with us Tuesday mor- ni~g after a visit with his brother, Glenn. Jr. there. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Weid- eahoft and Morris Hillman r~urned home with their combines and trucks from the northern harvest. A'most welcome ram was received in our area Tuesday with, amounts of 1 '4 inches or, more reported. Another nice shower of ow~r 'z inch receiw~d Friday. Quite s:btt ~f alfalfa has been and is'being dri,lled during Auw ! r. and Mrs. Bob. 7~ose and gMs enjoyed a few ffaFs vacation last week. Rotiney Rose stayed with his gr~nnd- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A~,~aold Rose and Tim. Mr. and Mrs. RolIa "Dietz and Sherri and Connie ",,Duck- er were Wednesday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burk of Salina. Rodney Rose was in{lured last week in a traffic mis- hap. Sevent,,en'~, sti~tches were taken in his forehead. One of the contractors work- ing at the Rose farm. had been injured and were en- route to Jewell to the doc- tor. As they were strangers here Rodney accomp~anied them to direct them to Jew- ell. The acident occurred while enroute there. Billy Frost of Smith Cen- ter spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Alcorn. The men folks of the area met Friday morning and put new tin on the roof of the Hillman Garage and Repair Shop. Needless to say the Hillmans greatly appreciate this act of thoughtfulness. Glenn Bartley, Jr, of Man- hattan came Saturday after- noon for a short visit at home and to attend the wed- ding of his cousin, Lois Bartley and Loren Weeks at The Federal Land Bank invites you to. see them for all your[ long - term creditI needs. I Land Bank loans are arranged locally by those who under- stand your problems and want to be of service. the Glen Elder Methodist Church Saturday evening. Others attending from this community were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simmelink and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn BaRley and Gaff. Mrs. Viola Clegg and Mrs. Alice Walker of Mankato were Sunday afternoon call- ers of Mrs. Margaret Mc- Farland. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell there and Friday evening, Jo Ann Ca~tl~,oi,lhe Law- rence Welk Show. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz were Friday evening visitors at the Glenn Bartley home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ha- vice are making improve- ments at the late Perry Al- corn town property. Mr. and Mrs. Bill l.ogan and family will live ther .... Mrs. Orlo Van Wey was a Thayer and Ronnie and Mr. Monday dinner guest at the and Mrs. Glenn Barlley, Eldon Johanck home and Gl:,.nn, Jr. and Gail spent they attended~ the I)utton Sunday at the Roger Gregg sale in Esbon in the vfter- home in Norton. n(~)n. The Prospector Supday Mr. and Mrs. Doyle AI- School Class and families corn and children of Man- enjoyed an ice cream social kate are enjoying a western at the Mankato Park Sunday vacation trip. They havo vis- evening. Quite a few from this ar- ea are planning to attend the Rooks County Fair aT Stock- ton this week. Harness Rac- ing and the Team Pulling, Contest are scheduled on lhi Grand ]ted Mr. and Mrs. Vurnal Phillips of California and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Simmel- ink of Oregon. The fami!ies are former Ionia residents. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jb- hanek and family were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Van Wey. Congratulations to Mr. Ole Opry will be]and Mrs. Dale Henningaen on observance of their Sil- ver , :r~i~lding Anniversary which was held Sunday at their home with Open House. Several severe eases of flu has been reported in our area, especially among the teen agers. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Zadina and family of t3etoit were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Wey. Mr. and Mrs Jim Finch and Janie of Fort Riley and Mrs. Sybil Finch wore Sat- urday supw:r guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Wey. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nei- fert of Glen Elder spent Sun- day afternoon at the Roy Van Wey home and evenin~ visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Wey. Max Railsback is among the Jewell Hiph School FFA boys who will have exhibils at the Rooks County Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Maag spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Don Shipps of Topeka. Beam Reunion The Beams gathered in the hasement of the Eshon E. U. B. Church at 12:30 p.m. on Aug. 7. 1966. A delicious meal was prepared and serv- ed by the E. U. B laclics. After the meal a short business meeting was con- dueted by the President Jeanette Moudy. Vesta Me- Cammon was elected presi- dent and Nina Beam secre- tary. The 1967 reunion will be the second Sunday in August at the Esbon E. U. B. Church. The members of the Beams introduced their fam- ilies. We were happy to have Mr. and Mrs. John Daniels of Smith Center with us. His grandmother was a smtcr of the late Francis Beam. Others who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. John Beam, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney McCammon and Paul, and Doris McCammon of Man- kate: Mr. and Mrs. Max Beam and Marylin of Wash- ington. Kans.; Cecil Shackle- ton of Omaha, Nebr.: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Milliken and Jon of Americus, Kans.: Rev. and Mrs. Henry Moudy of Coffeyville, Kans.: Mr. and Mrs. George Dinneen and Danny, Gary, Debbie and 13r)b Courmey of To- peka; Betty Fogo of Burr Oak: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beam. Johnny Beam. Eddie and Mike. and Rev. Earl En- yeart of Eshon. Afternoon callers were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thomas. Nora Jo. l)ebbie and Lisa. of Formoso and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibbs of Esbon. Manhattan--ln recogni-!an advisement session with tion of his outstanding scho-[ Dr. William Kimel, head of The afternoon was spent visiting, and some record ings were made by most ev- eryone. The Day Care Center for Retarded Children will open again this fall at 221 S, Brandon. acrosq the street from the former huihling, in Smith Center. ,Vlr~. Vred Beckman. Athol. will teach four days a week. Mr< Har- old Shockley, Alhol will teach on Frid:!y and ,1:~o substitutefor Mr'< Btck- man. The Day ('mo Cent 'r .~erves chihh-en ln~m bu~,h Smith and ,h'\vel] (Smnlies. Volunteer workers will be needed a~ain ]his year. If g)tl wish Io s;:'lv'.', please call Mrs. Bruc,,, Cor!iek or Mrs. Gale tfatfieM. Mrs. l,ouise M l:,r,4fford, a member (ff the licc nsitw unit. Slate l)eparlment o~ Social WelFare, xv:,.,~ in Smith Center Tuesday, July 26, visiling wilh Ih'a Bom'd of Directors of the North Central l'ansas A~::-a~ck,:io~ for Retm~ted Children and observing their pror, ram. Mrs. l.angf(n'd '(,mmmd- ed them on the work t!v'y have done with lhe l):,v Care Trainin;,~ (',,,H,,r in tilt' past and urged ~holn to (.'~m- tinue. She slaled lhal only nine cenlers in t{anyq; h;~ve received smt(, t,,mds tl~;s year for improvemenl ~}1 their programs. S.milh Cen- ter is the sm:,ll.'sI I)z:y (?:ne Center lo rec~ ix,{' a:,'l. The The Capper ('riwq(d Child- rens' ft)tnld:t{l()lq Itl ']'t,]~,,k;i is the ]al'pesl. 1}1o ;ll'U?F(H)I'I- ations are br~'/'d I.I ~)11 ~11( number of ctdld;'etn e, r.'cd an:t lhe he:its Ih~,y : I [ I t, S ( I ~ ' X, " ed. State ftin{ty; wcrf, ret""ntlv appropriated tlwmml,~ I h)t!se Bill No. 9:;q aim ar(~ 1(; [~(' used for impto\,e,-~