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SEPTEMBEr 1, 1966 JEWELI, COUNTY POgCORD, MANKATO, KANSAS ................................ P&GISB "JUST WONDERFUL" $1.49 List Value Our Price and EVERYDAY ON HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS Bolth 100 $1.39 List Value Our Price HOME PERMANENTS $2.130$~Value ~ I yASFtRIN"-89c Value I , .........~ ~,~ r~.~-- BOTTLE 24's--- $1.19 L st Value l Waunita Weir BABY MAGIC--$1.00 Size $1 List Your , Choice SHAMPOO---S1.09 Size Mrs. Clarence Polok and children of luka, Kans were weekend guests of her me- ALL BRANDS---Family Size --- 95c List SANITARY NAPS--45c List SUDDEN, BEAUTY --- 99 Size "I'OOTH PASTE, ~XlI?A LARC'~ 51ZE 79c Our List Value . Price ther, Mrs. Georgia Stafford and Mrs. Theresa Howell and Jim. Mrs. Hugo Soder spent a few days last week in Tope- ka visiting her brother, Will- tam Mallory, a patient in Stormont-Vail hospital, and her granddaughter, Breta Jean Young, at the K. N. In- stitute. Mr. and Mrs. Edward lsaacson and sons have re- turned home following a weeks visit with their chil- dren and families in Colora- do and western Kansas. Their grandson, Tommy Hil- ton, of St. Francis, Kans. ac- companied them home for a visit. Mr. Arnold Appleby ar- a visit with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gordonier, of Glendora, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dieck- man and sons of Alton, spent last week visiting her moth- er, Mrs. W. F. Logan and ot- her relatives. Miss Ruth Lo- gan of Concordia was a weekend guest of her moth- er. Mrs. Laura Spiegel was dismissed Friday from the Sarah and Frances Me- Belleville hospital followin.Cune visited their siater, ' a vi-I a week s treatment for Mrs. Mary Hughes, in Super- rus. Mrs. Verne Glens ofl ior on Thursday Belleville accompaniedher l Mrs. Taylor Clark and Howell, and the great grand- [ evening guests of Mr. and mother is Mrs. Georgia Staf-1Mrs. John Fuller Mankato ford of Formoso. Paternal[for a cook-out. grandparents are Mr. andI Jack Haskins of Portland, Mrs. Thurman Barrett of Un-] Maine is spending his race- ion, Miss. ]tion with his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Michaell and Mrs. Joe Ha.skins and Boyer, Pamela, Ivan and Ti- na attended the Montrose H. D. U. ice cream social on Sunday evening in the Man- kate park. sister home and remained until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Volker and children were Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. Georgia Stafford and Mrs. Theresa Howell and Jim. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frazier of Scandia were callers Sun- day morninp at the home of his father, F'rank Frazier, and Mrs. Frazier. Miss Elaine Patrick were shopping in Salina on Satur- day. Mrs. Ella Patterson of Courtland, Mrs. Edythe Clark of Burr Oak, and Mrs. Tayh)r Clark of Formoso were among other relatives who attended~,, the Clark re- union in Superior r:~eently. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith and Bruce of Lincoln, Nebr. were Saturday overnight rived here Friday for a visit Roy Field of Jcwell, pass- with his parents, Mr. and ed away on Wednesday, Mrs~ Howa,~,, Appleby and Aug. 24, at the Bel0it hospi- other relatives. He was an- tal following an illness tff 2 route to his home at Cornal- weeks. Memorial services~ lis, Ore. following a business were held Friday morning at trip to New York. His wife th,: E. U. B. Church in Jew- and sons and her parents, ell. Relatives fr~)m hera in Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith, attendance were: Mr. and are expected here within the Mrs. H. G. Field, Mr. and next few days. Mrs. B. A. Field, Mrs. Vern- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Huber, Sr. On Saturday the group, including Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Jr., Judy and Jerry, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jun- ior Sial'ford, Susan, Bruce and Larry. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Higbne called on Mr. and Mrs. Ral- do Hale at the Parkview other relatives. Other guests for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green- berg of Jewell, Mrs. Maude Abram of Jamestown, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Haskins and family. Evening callers were SarahkT [rances arid George McCI~, Mr. and-M~.-Chas. Rush- Sunday afternoon visitors ie Emigh, Mr. and Mrs. tto- Rest Home in Concordia one of Mr. and Mrs. John Mag- ward Field, .Ir., and Mr. and day last week. BLE nusson were: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. C. Payne. Mrs. Lynn Doxon and James Hale, Mr. Dale rime Mrs H G. Field has re- daughter of Peru, Nebr. are of Englewood, Colo.; Mrs. ceived'a c'lipping and picture spending a few days this Laban Pedrick of Yates Cen- Iof her aunt', Mrs. R. G. Me- week at the home of Mr. and i ter, Kans.; and Mr. and Mrs. L Coy, resident of a Rest ltome I Mrs. Chas. Doxon. Mrs. Gol- I [A John Quick of Mountain [in Champaign, 111., telling of lda Doxon and her grandson, MPOO---$1.OO Size Grove, Me. [tim observance of her 98th Curtiss Doxon, of Jewell Mr. Donald Molls and son,[ birthday. Mrs. McCoy, a were visitors Sunday, and Douglas, of Sunflower Viii-l former Formoso resident, Richard Doxon of Omaha age, were recent weekendlstill enjoys good health, is called on his grandparents guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn[ very alert, and partially able Monday morningI, f )r Volker and family, to car~: for herself. ' Correction: Interment ( .... Mrs. Cleo Blanding drove Mr :rod Mrs Bert Dia- Mrs. Bertha Greenberg was GILLETTE SHAVE---98c Size ing and da~ of Liberal, Kans. were . &sitors last week of hC, l r, Mm. Howard Ross*~d,JM~'. ROSS, Mr. and ichatd Worley of H'~, Karl, have announeed- e arrival ~l i. 4 of a baby h6~ Aug. I , tte will ans~to4he name, Daniel and "lta~'lrFbrother and smter,i~,i,~ him. Mrs. Anna'.'S'-~w accom- panied her aie urora, OUR PRICE ..o. - ,,....... $1Ust COUGH SYRUP--79 Size ........ OUR PRICE Bottle 100 OUR PRICES EFFECTIVE SEPT. I THRU SEPT. 1Oth to Wichita Friday for a few days visit with relatives. Mrs. Gordon Grimes of Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keeler, Julie and Jeff were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Is- aacson have received word from their daughter, Mrs. Stanley (Joyce) Veach, say- ing she had arrived in Kitz- l ingen, Germany, where her ~husband, Pfc. Veach is sta- mend and family of Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Erickson and family of Courtland and Mr. Arnold Appleby were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Appleby. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark were hosts to a cook-out and home made ice cream on made at the Balch Cemetery at Formoso, Kans., and not in the Beloit Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Peters from Oregon were recent callers at the home of ltom- er Paten. Mr. Peters, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jess Peters, wag a former Jewell County resident. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wat- son drove to Topeka on Sun- day, Aug. 21 and visited their uncle, Mr. Henry Dar- rough. Mr. and Mrs. Bill ,SUPER MARKET Colo. and will*0t~imd the winter in t~l~.{:~ Mrs. Ma~tiCJ~,13ertson was hosteSS ~[~ue~y ] Ten Club at:::~.~'~J~ome of ] Mrs. Emma ~ on Tu~- ~] day aftern~ii~" ~11 members ~, ~!/ and one guest, Mrs. Etta ] Young were' present. Roll I ca!l was answered by draw- ,: I ing a gift' from a grab bag. ..... The hostesS, package wa~ by Mrs. Louella Sny-: w~)n def. A ni~l~ 'lunch was sery- ed by the hostess. Miss Florence: Nelson ts tt ;:( surgical patient in the St,' Joseph hospital in Concor-i dia. ; i:' Mr. and Mrs. H ry Piper ! and son have to make Dewey r tiil ! ty, formerly the Ritter ho~, Mr. and Mrs. ~,,;Wyl~rtl Berncking and family tained with a co0~-out at their home Sunda ::.eveni in honor of the birthday of her mother, Mrs. B.A. Fleldi: Other guests were Mr. Field, Mrs. Isis Bowl~, Mrs: Vern- ie Emigh, Miss Maria Isaac of Mankato, andSteve Field of Milford,. KartS. Mr. and Mrs., Harold Monday evening in honor of the 27th Wedding Anniver- sary Of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Boyer. Those present besides the honored guests were: Mr. Pat Boycr of Formoso tioned. He is serving as a and friend, Miss Sharon Thiehoff and daughter, Car-[ Belleville M. P. in the U. S. Army. Minks of Greensburg, Kans.; el of Kansas City were IMonday Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Joerg Miss Elaine Patrick and Mr. guests of the Watsons, Men- ] Kenneth and Mr, and Mrs. "Dude": Eugene Clark. day and Tuesday. The Thie-[ Formos Nelson and children were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Barr- hells also called on Mrs. lbrarv will Monday evening visitors of[ett of Frenchbur~, Ky. are ~aunet~,Weir~. Thie-I the "Childe Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Keel .'~e p~i~.ffls of ~f 55by ~rl, ['h'~ff was for~n-erl-y Dons ~ Saturday, Mr. and M/'s.. Harvey Powell[ Sherrie Leanne, born on [Darrough. Mr. and Mrs. Jim I Children of all of Mankato were Sunday ev-| Aug. 26. The little girl has a iottot and son, and Mr. and]rounding ening supper guests. . | brother, Russell Roger, to I Mrs. M. L. Allsman of Belle- ] invited to .~ Dale Switzer, Jr. has]welcome her. The maternal iville spent Wednesday even- ]erly Jarr returned home following a[ grandmother is Mrs. Theresa ing at the Watson home iniPied ris attended a:famalyl,plCntc Tuesday evenhig at fault" Rail-:, dall park sharer' tmtl~; honor of Mr. al~I W[rs.~ nis Layton from Califol~t~'~ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Welt of observance of Mr. Watson's [ fairy tale, birthday, by Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Ap-[the last .$i~ pleby and Mr. and Mrs. Har-[by ~'C ry Higbee were Wednesday] ~ ~: OUR MERCHANDISE MADE We have the usual supplies for !:Mow.: ers, Sickles, ', " Sections, Guards, Pit mana, ;:.2." : We have several new Huffy also a few Ri(ling Mowers, new All Mowers to be sold at dise lll: k don't want to winter them. Wi l a good deal. A new supply of Sherwin Williarlis and inside. Some new colors. ': ,,..,, .... Linseed 0il in bulk. ,~i +X,,., ~ #',, Turpentine and Thinner. '"'" A lot of good Wrenches and othei Several sets Socket Wrenches, to Other Tools: Hammers and Axe Scoops, Spades, Shovels, Re ,,:):: Eagle Tarps. A good selection Tel sizes, Black & Decker Electric Drills. *' Chain Saws. Wood and Aluminum Ladders and ders. Weed Spray and Sprayers. , :, Log Chain, made up and bulk, 3-16th ?: Stock Tanks. ~0 OFF OSA.~ ~ MA~THA GOOCH CONVENIENCE DINNER ~:i.::~i~,~,l~'~s,~'~.*;,.::*,. "~.... , .......... To the Grocer:. You are authorized to act as our agent in redeeming this coupon. Gooch's representative will handle the cou ;)on redemp- tion for 10c plus 2c for handling, 1or each cou ~on, provided you a nd the customer have complied with the terms of this offer. Proof of purchase of sufficient stocks of Martha Gooch packaged conven- ience dinners to cover coupons presented must be furnished upon request. We will not honor redemption through outside agencies, brokers, etc., except where specially authorized by Gooch. The CUStomer must pay any sales or similar tax on Martha Gooch dinners received. Coupon void if use is prohibited, restricted or taxed. Cash redemption value of coupon 1/20c. Redemption on other than Mertha Gooch conveeiencs dinners constitutes fraud, Gooch Foods, Box 388, Lincoln, Nebr. Offer explres December 3I 1966. Cable, 3-16th to Hog ,and Calf Feeders. Steel Posts, Barb and Smooth Wire.:= ,: Electric Fencers, Wire and Post, .... A Good Discount On Most Of Oer Sto Phone JU 7-2191 BURR ; ;:' '1. "" ,'.1 "