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SEPTEMBER 1, 1966 3EWI I COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO. KANSAS Forrest Howard lVlr. and Mrs. August Pott- of Englewood, Colo. Sunday overnight ~ts of Mr. and Mrs. El- Mr. and Mrs, Everett Reed Mr. and Mrs. Merle Newlin of Mankato and Mrs. ] Etta Masters and Edna were afternoon callers. Myra Hart and Linda Jor- dan left Monday to resume their college work at Beth- any, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and Arnold were Sunday dinn,:r guests of Mr. ahd Mrs. Arthur C()ckr()ft and family. at Tarkio, Me. on Sun- Mr. :and Mrs. Fred (:()tile and Mike of Welli'-~gton, Mr, and Mrs. Gene John- Kans. wer.+ Sunday supper Chuck, Bob mid Chris guests of Mr. and Mrs. tlarve Susan to Topeka on where she will begin g studies. Mrs. I. L. Bender returned Wednesday from a stay at the Bellcville Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Lee German and Carla took Bob to Haya on Sunday where he will be- gin football practice for the fall college year. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Col- Minneapolis, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Gar- man and family visited Mr. Hayden Eakins at the St. Joseph hospital in Concordia on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan France and Cindy left Sunday for their home in Kensington, Kans. after spending the summer in the Douglas Gill- eit home. Dan is teaching Science and Spanish in the Kensington and Agra High Schools this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gates and family were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gates. Mr. Gerald Stedman and son, Douglas, of Denver, Colo. and Mrs. L. H. Sted- man of Mankato were Men- for the afternoon: and even- ing to visit and ~enew old friendships. Most of those who attended were former residents of Jewell City and vicinity. This Jewell County Picnic is held every year and ~s open to all residents and former residents of Jewell county. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McDill of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Underwood and family attended the funeral services for Robert Mounkes at Reading, Kans., on Satur- day. Mrs. Mounkes is the former Mary Underwood. Rev. and Mrs. Ercil Crav- en of Grinnell, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanderson were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Me- visitors o~Mi: and Mrs. Ro- bert Wils and family. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Old- field and familyof- Law- rence, Kans., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Warner and Katie of Enid, Okla., Bill Oldfield of Emporia, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Warner and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Oldfield were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ona Williamson. Cindy Winsl~w spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting Diana est. Judy Calahan is spending a few days with Marilyn Hart. Mrs. Larry Schertz of Monument, Kans. spent the weekend in the Bill Yetter home. Mrs. Mary Mounkes and Billy of Emporia, Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence vin and daughters ~)t' Wichi- eeker of Mankato were ta were Thursday supper ,S~t~day evening visitors of lguests of Mr. and Mrs. Dav- ~r~ and Mrs Glenn Bennett. id Demaray. _ Mr. and "Mrs Clarence Mrs. Lela Dilhm ~nd Wil- Blew returned home Wed- ma took Jo Seen Abel to ~i~y from a 10 days vaca- 10n in Colorado. They visit- Dr. and Mrs. Howard ~g and family at Golden, to. and Mr and Mrs. An- drew and ~'ys at Arvada, C01o. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kiefer ~ad family of Bostwick ~Vere Friday evening supper of Mr. and Mrs. Da- Demaray. Mrs. Flora Transue of A1- Ore. is here visiting daughter, Mrs. Jay and family. and Mrs. Arden Ost, and Diana returned a trip to ttouston, Tex. they attended a base- game in the astrodome. Colorado Springs and spent 2 weeks in the George Abel home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ev- and family of Juniata erSOnwere weekend guests, of Mrs. Marie'qEverson and boys. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fear- ing accoml)anied Mr. ar.d Mrs. O. K. Fearing" of Man- kate to Kansas City where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Griffith. Other guests at the Griffith home on Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Fearing and Mr. and Mrs.A. H. Fearing and family of Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fearing and family of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Car- saw Houston beat Cin- :i. They went to the of Mexico and returned through Shreveport, and through the Ozarks. and Mrs. Bill Yetter Wiltena accompt.nied,, and Mrs. Larry Schertz Monument, Karts. to Ida. where they 10 days in the Wayne home. ~ablr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas Lebanon were Saturday er guests of Mrs. May itnott. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar~ d:,y callers at the John Glea- Donnel. The Cravens were son home. overnight guests. Mrs. H. W. Grubbs enter- SFC and Mrs. Rex Paul, tained with a coffee in honor Ricky, Ronnie and Curtis, of Mrs. Robert Yager of returned home from Italy on Newnan, Ga. on Wednesday Wednesday. Rex will report afternoon. Other guests pre- sent were Mrs. Gale Tegley, Mrs. Lottie Myers, Linda Lewis and Mrs. Homer L. Grubbs. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. White of Genes(), Kans. visited her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Clell Hanc()ck and Dennis on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kermeth Maag of Jewell were Thurs- day evening visitors ef Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Mr. and Mrs. Letter Bauschtook Dean to Kan- sas City on Saturday to catch a plane to Memphis, Tenn., where he will go to Aviation Fundamental Mech- anical Schdol. penter of Charlotte, N.C. Miss Gertrude Howard of spent the weekend in the Mankato was a Thursday Loren Fogo home. morning caller at the Cleo Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brand- Morris home. on visited his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Mor- Daisy Brandon, at the Jones ris left Saturday to spend a Rest Home in Beloit on Sat- few days in the mountains urday, in Colorado. Doug Fraiser spent a few Mrs. Lola Lape of Leben- days in Denver, Colo. the on was a Saturday dinner past week. guest of Mrs. Mamie Mullin. Mrs. Emerald Ost, Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Howard and Melinda are spending a! Royce of Lebanon were Sat- few days in the Earl Garman urday afternoon callers at home while Emerald is at- the James McCormick home. tending a grain meeting in Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wood I Larry Thompson of Blue Hill, Nebr., Mrs. Dan France of Kensington, Mr. and Mrs. John Parsons, Mrs. Clifford Barnes, Mrs. Junior Barnes and Joyce Fogo were Satur- to Oakland, Calif., the mid- day evening callers at the dl ~{ S% e nbe f, r d ty in Yet ;r h()me. V =t Nam His fe rail' will IV '. avd I~ ,s. ( st Ly . R d CI( d wfi e he net! and Mr. md is g( ln. Dec er ~ere Sat M ;s G~ L( e C le of Iont- per gues:s o Mr rose and Mrs. Arby Cole Clarence Meeker. were Friday afternoon call- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cock- ers at the Ira Powell home. roft and family attended the Mr. and Mrs. Pete Inger- N. C. K. Fair at Belleville on sol of Joplin, Me., spent Saturday. from Wednesday until Men- Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Silsby day in the Henry Sieb!,rt and family of Mankato were home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sunday evening visitors of Olena and family of Geneva, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bl~.w. Nebr., were dinner guests on Mr. and Mrs. David Dema- Sunday. ray attended the Russell re- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Such- union at the Mankato Park sland and family spent the on Sunday. weekend in Lenora, Kans., Quinten Brown of Abi- visiting relatives, lene, Waneta Dillon of Sa- Mr. and Mrs. Carold Van lina, Mr. and Mrs. George Schoiack attended the NCK Abel and Jo Scan of Colors- Fair at Belleville on Thurs- do Springs, Colo., Mr. and day. Mrs. Francis Frye and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Un- and Jennie Huntsinger of I derwood visited Sam Wells Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Low- and L eo_tis Gates at the St. ell McNichols and family Joseph s Hospital in Concor- and Mrs. Lela Dillon and dia on Sunday afternoon. Wilma had a picnic dinner Mrs. Dwight Underwood at the Mankato park on Sun- EXCLUSIVE DURO-FLAHGF spent the weekend with Lyle's niece, Maxine Wood,: of Lincoln, Nebr. The Jewell County Picnic was held on Sunday afternoon on the Wood lawn. About 30 form- er Jewell county residents and their families gathered and Debra of Belleville were day. Thursday visitors in the ] Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pix- Philip Underwood home. ler were Saturday supper ~rs. Robert Mounkes and guests of Mrs. Marie Ever- Billy of Emporia and Mrs. son and family. Frances Underwood of Be- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fear- loit were Friday supper and ing received word from overnight guests of Mr. and their son, Harold Fearing, tha~his division will be sta- Mrs. Wayne Underwood and tior~l~r at Pleiku Vietnam. family. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Hat- PleikSa is in the North Cen- field and family of Esbon tral Highlands of South Viet- and Mr. and Mrs. Dale War-nam. ner were Monday evening II One Used Large Servel Ice Magic 2-door Refrigerator-Freezer. This is a Gas Refrig. crater in good shape. 1 Used Philco Refrigerator. Several Used Panel Rays and Jet Pumps. One Used Automatic Washer. 1 Conventional Washer, Maytag, like new. ZENITH TV Phone FR 8-3541 - Mankato Mike Spencer of Esbon was a Thursday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bran- don. Mrs. Glendora Paxton and her mother, Mrs. Iva Silsby, were Friday afternoon call- ero on Mr. and Mrs. John Gleason. Debbie Jeffery was a Monday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Grubbs. Dr. Alan Hancock of Kan- sas City made his solo flight to Mankato airport on Wednesday,~, afternoon. He returned to Kansas City after spending a few hours in the Clell Hancock home. Gerald Stedman and Doug of Denver and Mrs. Elsie Stedman of Mankato were Wednesday afternoon call- ers at the Clarence Maag home. I Pat Richards is a new em- keeps surface firm, smooth If you wish the very best, purchase a Speed Queen Washer. There are many of them, in this community that are 30 years old and wash as good as new. If you need House Paint this season, then buy Paterson Sargent, the best paint sold. It htsts for years and no change in color. The price is low considering the quality you get. Monarch Gas or Electric Ranges, with all the best and most modern conveniences. Ill Monarch Gas Ranges with the square built- in loop and giant full width stay-clean oven sides and bottom. I Drop in and view these Monarchs and you will be glad you did. Pretty Ware brightens your home with modern color's - costs no more. Presto Cookers - a pleasure to use and so easy on the pocketbook. YOu'll remember this smooth-top value night after restful night! See it today! Q Smooth, button-free surface Q HUndreds of tempered steel Coils Pre,built, crush-proof borders CL~vng-wearJng woven stripe sr |OME IN TODAY! SEALY'S 6OLDEN SLEEP SALE 16 ONI twin size mattress or box spring /:,/, : t:h~L Pyrexware - once you use it, no otl er will replace it. Baseball Bats all $3.00 bets reduced to $2.00 - a nice saving. Pocket Knives - Robeson Rochester, known for quality the world over. Winchester and Remington Shells - a ways liked by the purchaser. JEWELL COUNTY'S OLDEST STORE ;2 i' (,?/i ':' ;" ployee at the Johnson Varie- ty. She is taking the place of Susan Johnson who is away at college. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cala- han of Commerce City, Colo. were callers at the Dallas Morris home the past week. Mrs. Ethel Hasty was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Mamie Mullin. Mr. and Mrs. Mile Matou- sek were Sunday evening vi- sitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Underwood and fam- ily. Mrs. Cheryl Orndoroff of Springfi:dd, I11. was a Fri- day evening visitor in the James McCormick home. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Quick of Bend, Ore. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Quick of Hutchin- son were Saturday morning callers at the Jake McDon-i nel home. Sgt. 1-c and Mrs. Rex Paul and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Paul and Mike were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul. Mrs. Howard Larson of near Superior was an evening vi- sitor. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cala- han were Sunday afternoon callers at the Ira Powell home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Un- derwood and Cheryl were Tuesday afternoon callers on Mrs. L. L. Olena and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mendenhall at Superior. Leslie Suchsland arrived home Thursday for 2 weeks leave from the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cala- han of Commerce City, Colo. spent several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. o ~ Mr. and Mrs. Loyde MilL, Howard and Shirley of Nel- son, Nebr. were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carold Van Schoiack. Callers on Delbert Under- wood the past week have been'~'" Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Davis, Rev. G. R. Also- brooks( Mr. and Mrs. Ro- land Detloff and family, Mrs. Mary Mounkes and Billy and Francis Underwood. Mrs. Larry Wacker, Lin- poria visited Mrs. Dan Fran- ce and Cindy, and Mrs. Douglas Gillett on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore of Lebanon were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Montgomery and family of Superior were. Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Morris. [ John McCormick return~.d home Monday from Salina where he has worked for the Union Pacific railroad this summer. He will return to Emporia for his senior year this week. Sgt. 1-c and Mrs. Rex Paul and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whisler and boys of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moon, Jr. and Vicky of Man- kate trod Mr. and Mrs. Der- ald Decker and Cheryl were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Me- Murray and family returned to lhAr,, home in Redonda Beach, Calif. on Wednesday after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell. Larry Suchsland telephon- ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suchsland, from Hong Kong, China on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Det- loft and family and Mary Mounkes and Billy were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Del- bert Underwood and bays. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and Arnold were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and family. Mrs. Lela Dillon accom- panied Mrs. Francis Frye m;d Mary of Mankato to ~anhattan on Saturday to visit in the Gary Dillon Oak saturday ::i: They were a" cat' accidextt e a~. ~ier i~;fet@ week,: : Autumn weather is no, :i tmeable m the, ~r---ool: nights and, ,w~Lmlel~ ~1~, Clear, with a. Monday mor~ ......,) ,: ,< Home TOIIt]~t Monday, Au[~.'~9:d-A lov~ : ly sunny cool day, a good:::: breeze, flqstt~g' ,: fleecy clouds that c~'~/" tlie sun at: times The lulI il~ the every-, day rush ,zg qc'elcdm )"but.' :' the quiet house, th~ ~i! of c()mpany;'thg. ~t; weeks, seems almost Io~ some now.' otlr Mrs. Elizabeth Jet~. husband,' from " Cot Bluffs left Sunday'p~ m,. with them, ourg~ ter, Nancy Warr(~i. spent Sunday night Monday With lhem, leave Omaha t( ~ ight 'f, home in Long ~ew,~ Nancy has been With I~ two weeks and th~ J~ came Saturday t6'/~tte, nd-~ wedding of MIs~ Leece, youngest Mr. and Mrs. of Lovewell, toMr, Bagiey, son of Mr. Charles Bagley of on Saturday 27 at the Church in Superiar. short hen, happy couple Will home in the chased in SU: Bagley will c6ntt~ue present position+" U keeper for the'C: vice in Superior; is employed by the implement: bu~n~$: home. Superior ..... Mr. and Mrs. Richard Montgomery and family of] Mr. and' Mr's. Leece and two Guide Rock were Monday ters, Teresa~md; dinner guastc of Mr. and dell, left by car Mrs. Dallas Morris, m. for Downs, Mr. and Mro. Arnold Ernst they loaded 111 and family, Brian Howard goods on a' V~ and Johnny Garman spent there Th~ Wednesday night and Thurs- their new home in day morning at the Low-well Wash. Their .... da and Martha of Edgar, Lake. Nebr. came Friday to get Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brand- JameSthe vanWaddell David Wacker who had I on were Wednesday evening view. spent the past week in the visitors of Rev. and Mrs. G. School Phillip Underwood hem(+'. R. Alsobrooks. places Mr. and Mrs. Allie Tucker of Red Cloud were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Wayne Underwood home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wil- son apl , family were Satur- 'day ~'~'~fiing 'vig~b'f~"~n fH~ home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Overturf and family of Oak, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. David Dem- aray spent Tuesday in Kan- sas City consulting an eye specialist. Mrs. Lela Dillon and Wil- ma accompaniedMr.. and Mrs. Edgar Glover to a Dill- on reunion at Lincoln, Kans. on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Cormick and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandou were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McCammon and Robert of near Superior. Mrs. John Parsons, Mrs. Larry Schertz of Monument, Kans. and Mrs. Mary Mounkes and Billy of Era- BAKE SALE at the M asonic Building in Burr Oak on SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, 1966 town being with Mrs. N er. Mis~ principal last year and two sons. He is princi- Mr. Elba, pal and coach at the Esbon ing his hoffg~ !High School. Warren is doin The Cravens were guests Mrs. Gladys of Mr. and Mrs. Claron Pax- was son Saturday night. They are Rothchild visiting her brother, Mr. and lift, Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Dew, her me-Katherine ther, Mabel Dew, of Ina-monthly club vale and others before going Needle Craft' on to Colorado. to visit day p. their son and Ercile's sisters will be "dPtth and other relatives on their Wey on vacation. Mr. The Wayne Warner and discussing Bill Warner families are vis- supply iting their parents, Mr. and week witll,] Mrs. Wilbur Warner and er others, in water The Clarence Warners vi- sited his parents, Mr. and on the Mrs. Virgil Warner, and her future parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bar- nounced.;later; ney Oldfield, and others on 2nd study their way home. Clarence at- this plan. tended school in New York state and wasat Minncapo- Athena Junior lis, Minn. about two weeks. Women's Club The Downings were visit- ----- ing their friends, Mr. and The Atiaena men's Club of Mrs. Maurice Jeffery and a family picnic I family. About 40 relatives and moso City friends enjoyed dinner toge- ening. The ther and visiting with Ercil lies were and Lorene Craven after Mrs. church Sunday. David Sunday School begins at Mrs. 10 o'clock and worship at Craig, 11 o'clock on regular time Ben Free, Visitors at church Sunday Mr. morning were: Rev. and Mr. and Mr Mrs. Ercil Craven, pasters of Mr. and a Friends Church near Grin- Graham of nell, h)wa; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M art~' Wayne Warner and Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Bill Warner and child- ren, all of Wichita; Mr. and Kenneth Berg Mrs. Clarence Warner and attended the, i daughter of Enid, Okla.; and wedding Satttr i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Downing SuperiorY ............ Starting at 10:00 a.m. C.Y.F. of the Christian Church I II 1 I LABOR DAY WEEKEND again. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Glov- land, Mr. and er attended a Dillon relative James, Jerl, reunion at Lincoln, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Julia Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wins- and Mrs. Bill" low and family spent the Jo, Debby and weekend with her sister, certainly .enl Mrs. Jack Balty and family park facili[ies, at Wichita. teeter-totter Mrs. Virgil Warner, Mrs LaVae Glover, Mrs. Earl Warren Winslow and daughter, Cin- from dy, and Dianne Dillon at- the hem( tended the District 9 W.C.T. ! ents, Mr. U. meeting at Kill Creek, Elroy at Randa Kans. last Friday. Cindy and ed the Belleville Dianne spoke in a medal day. contest. Some from here attended Mr. .... +~, , .... _i? the funeral service for Mr.1 and Mrs. Amos Calahan at' the Christian Church at Burr Sunday- 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Open Saturday and Sunday Only Saturday -- 11 a.m.-10 p.m. NEW HOURS AFTER SEPT. 5th: O' FRI. - SAT. - SUN. - MeN.