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September 8, 1966     Jewell County Record
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4A ,~ewe;i l'6"a~:~a2o wangaa TfiURSDAY, M/~. Harold Bothwell Mr. ~nd Mrs. Leslie Jens- ~y drove to Alexandra, Neb. Sunday where: they enj(-yed a picnic with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. ~cker of Lincoln. Mrs. Sensby and Mrs, Bricker are sisters. Ray. Silsby called on Mr. 1rod Mrs. Fay Vestal Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Russ- :gll slant,Sunday evening at the Leon Layton home in ouri where she has been va- cationing. Mrs. Clarence Jensb,y call- ed on Mrs. Harold Bothwell Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bur- dette, Jeff and Lori, who have been visiting the past week at the home of her )arents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal, left for their home in New Jersey Monday mor- ,dy spent Sunday evening at the ,,, Lawrence Bothwell home helping Mrs Bothwell celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Me- Dill ~ family of Belh,vflle, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Crook and family of Superior spent Tridayevening at the W. W. ~C~nn home, helping Mrs. IRar~all where they visited tives. They plan to return ~th,Mrs. Russell's nephew, Wednesday or Thursday of Mr. sad,Mrs. Delmar Layton this week. from California. Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broy- Mr'. and Mrs. Nels Soren- los went to Wichita Friday 'son and Mr. and Mrs. Glen to spend the Labor Day Edwards and family of Har- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R~chard Doyle. They return- ed Tuesday. Henry Koester did chores for them while they were gone. Mr. and Mrs. Starr Vale took Connie to Lincoln Sun- day where she will attend Kansas Wesleyan Univer- sity. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both- G~mn celebra.te h.er birthday, well spent Thursday even- Mike stayed over the week- end with his grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. Gunn took him back to Bellcville Mon- day evening. Mrs. ~eslie Jensby called on Mrs. Fay Vestal Monday afternoon. Arden Russell spent the weekend at the home of his iarents, Mr. and Mrs. Char- e Russell. Arden will be re- leased from the army next week~ David Bothwell of Wame- go sPent the Labor Day weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har- Old Bothwell. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn attended church in Mankato Sunday where their grand- daughter, Kerry Marie Kra- mer told of her experiences on the Missionary Educa- tlonal tour in the southeast- ern part of the United States. MCs. Morgan Hanson re- cently returned from Miss- ! i " i J ing at the Don Davis home in Beloit. Mrs. Fay Vestal and Mrs. Ben Burdette were coffee guests of Mrs. Leslie Jensby Thursday morning. The Jewell County ,Vo- mens Republican Club held: a breakfast meeting at the lake Thursday morning. Re- presentatives Rex Bergen and Arden Dierdorff and for- mer congressman Wint Smith were speakers. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Francy of Pleasant Hill, Me. and Mr. and Mrs. John Cassel and daughter of Independance, Me. spent the weekend with Mrs. AIta Renschler. They also called on Helen Good and Mrs. Carrie Thomas while they were here. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B:~ch- told entertained with a fam- ily dinner Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Sue Alexander of Lawrence. II I RUMMAGE SALE VFW Hall FRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPT. 9-10 St. Theresa's Guild BIG SET PERFORMAtMI~E... YET.LESS THAN A FOOT HIGH... i V i SCOVEeEe xx21s FNE "COMPANION SERIES e~Ci~lng ~ew standard in compact ]l~rgoaltl portable TV si.yling. In Char- ][Mue dolor and Ligh! l~iue color, color and Off-Wifite color, Pastel qZellow c01or~and White color, or White ~lov and Beige color. NO Printed Circuits.., No Production 8hortcuttll taS- Mrs. E. Ransom WCest Branch community will organize for their card parties this year this Satur- day evening, Sept. 10th. Bring your dishes. The drink will be furnished with pot luck lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ball of Esbon will observe open house in the Esbon Legion Hall for their Golden Wtdd- ing on Sept. 25, 1966. Their daughter, Mrs. Mae Beth Brightwell of Eugene, Ore. will come, also Mrs. June Walker and family of Cal- ista, Kans. and the other children live nearby and will all assist with the delightful affair. Mr. and Mrs. Max Mechs- ner left this Monday morn- ing early for their home in Chicago. Our nice fall weather con- tinues with a temperature of 48" here this Tuesday morn- rag. Mrs. Frances Hooten was able to come home from the Beloit Community Hospital Sunday forenoon and seems to be getting along fine and we hope she continues do- ing well after her serious op- eration. Paul Heiman was a Mon- day evening visitor in the Clyde Bossen home. Mrs. Sybil Finch was a late Monday afternoon call- er here at Ransom Ranch. Joe and I accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moolc to Gaylord Labor Day for their annual watermelon feed by the truck load day. They had a lot of other thing~ for entertainment, such as a lot of children's races, a horse show and an extra good parade. We attended the Mr. and Mrs. Dyrel Burdette Golden Wedding Sunday afternoon at the E. U. B. Church base- ment in Esbon. Then we call- ed awhile at the Mrs. Elma Morrow home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore were Sunday evening callers at our home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bur- dette and family left Mon- day for their home on the east coast after assisting his parents with their race anni- versary celebration Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carney Gass and family were here also and helped so much. The other son, Dale, and family ~alff, Qrnia were not ab- le to attend. JANET SPRANG Effingham PATRICIA EDMONDS Peabody HUTCHINSON --- Kansas dairy farmers raise pretty daughters as consistently as they produce premium qual- ity milk, as evidenced by the I0 district winners hope- ful of winning the 1966 Kan- sas Dairy Princess title at the Kansas State Fair on Saturday evening, Sept. 17. This year's finalists range in age from 17 to 20. ~n height from fiVe-feet-two to fiv~4e~t~ine, and in weight from 107 to 135 pounds. A~i ~ tkese variations, Mrs. Wilbur Obert (Thursday, Sept. 1) Better get a few notes in this week. We just returned from the land of "you all". We took a trip to Texas and my sister and her family from Dodge City also went with us. We left Tuesday, the 16th, and spent the night at Boil- ing Springs, Okla. We camp- ed in a park there. Then we camped at Lak~ Murray the next night in Texas. En- joyed swimming there. The next night we reached Dalb as, Texas and found a road- side camp and had a prix}art~~ ~ool for all camp famili