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29, 1966 3EWELL COUNTY : ) POWells Celebrate Anniversary :13, 1966 was the ~n by Mr. and Mrs. 0Well of Burr Oak, to celebrate their tiding Anniversary. ~Use from 2 to 4 s attended by more relatives, including their ten children r families. Their COnsist of eight Mrs. Ross Han- of Mankato, Brady Ferguson Kans.; Mrs. (Joyce), Denver, Fred KIatt (Bet- ~geles, Calif.: Mrs. (Alice), Win- Ind.; Mrs. Dale 7 , : /, ! Angeles, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold PowelL Dary[ and Marilyn, Englewood, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. David Hummell (Jerolyn Powell), and David, Jr.,Davenport, la.; Mr. and Mrs, Ken Croy and daughter, Mrs. Wm. Weck- ler, and Miss Terisa Hicks Winona Lake, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roberts, Winston Desiree and Warren, Indian- apolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cassell, Nancy and .leffrey, Salisbury, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Powell, Deb- ra, Janet and Shaun, Arvada, Cob).; Mr. and Mrs. Don Carlson, Kesia and Kristen, Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Mrs. Daphne Briles, Waterloo, In.; Mr. Chas. Anderson, Monti- cello, Minn.; Rev. and Mrs. 1.ee Hillery and Lillian, Burr Oak: Lulu Jacobs, Jewell: Ruth Holdren, Montrose; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell, Burr Oak; Mr. and Mrs. La- Von Powell, Rex and Kent, [lays; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Soliday and Linda Coast of Cimarron; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Frye and Mary Dill- on. Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Harold McMurray, Cheryl, Rex. Paul and Ray Dean. Re- dondo Beach. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Powell. Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Powell md Sherry, Concordia; Mr. Ted Powell. Mankalo; Mr..' and Mrs. H. R. Powell. Man- kato: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Soash and Richard. Manka- KANSAS vis of Caldwell, Ida. called on Mrs. Grace Haworth on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ha- worth left Wednesday a. m. and will spend the day and night with friends in Smith Center and leave Thursday a. m. for Caldwell, Ida. where they will visit Mrs. Earl Haworth and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Craven and on to their home in Yucaipa, Calif. Mrs. Ethel and Eva Wil- son of Jewell were dinner guests of Minnie Sutliff ,)n Monday. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Terrill Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Max Ter- rill and family of Gayh)rd. Mr. John Karghin, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Terrill and girls and Minnie Sutliff. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dew- ey of Formoso were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cur: tis Terrill and family Sun- day. Mrs. Claude Boyles, Ger- ald and Neal spent Sunday in Omaha visiting Claude Boyles who is in the Veter- ans Hospital. When they left Sunday evening, Mr. Boyles thought he might get to come home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Saint of Jewell called on Mrs. Let- tie Korb Sunday evemng. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch were dinner guests of their sisters. Cora and Dolly Fitch in Jewell Friday. Mrs. Helen McNichols, Mr. Verner Matthews and kato and Burr Oak, to just relax, retire, and enjoy the Kansas heat, as Mrs. Powell states it. Besides the ten children Indianapolis, and their spouses, 33 of the to; and the honored couple, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Powell. Those of the family un- able to be present were: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Winkle (Bar- bara Hancock), Carla. Julie and Brad, Hoffman Estates Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Han- cock, Wanda, Patti, Tim and to attend, the celebration held at the Burr Oak School Kimberly, San Diego, Calif.; was held early. Cafeteria for the immediate A/2c Alan E. Powell, son of The couple farmed many family. A program was plan- Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Powell, years in Jewell County. ned and presented immedi- who is in Missile Mainten- They moved to Militonvale, ately following in honor of ance Service, Germany; Mr. and Mrs. James Frankle Kans. in 1948 where the two Mr. and Mrs. Powell. Each (Karen Croy); and Wm. youngest children finished family was responsible for school at the Wesleyan Coil- a presentation, which includ- Weckler, Winona Lake, Ind. ege. A few years were spent ed several vocal and instru- Callers on Sunday at the in Clay Center, Kan~s. while mental numbers and recita- Eugene Powell home were Mr. Powell owned and oper- tion. In the closing moments Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gar- ated a Standard service sta- each of the children, individ- ton, Webber, and Arian Ro- tion. For three years they ually, gave their personal berson. Burr Oak. enjoyed the colorful state of tribute to their parents. Colorado while Mr. Powell Those attending were: Mr. worked for Lyons Automo- and Mrs. Ross Hancock and tive Company in Denver. In Rodney, Mankato, Kans.; 1964 they returned to Man- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hancock, Mrs. Harry Sutllff Hastings, Nebr.; Mrs, Eddie Owen, Jimmy and Johnny; Dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Brady Fergu- Mrs. Riley Richardson Tues- son, Kaye and Ruth Ann; day were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fergu- Haworth of California, Mrs. son, Roger and Steve, Me- Madeline Miller, Mrs. Grace Cook, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Haworth of Mankato. In the Blair Ellis and Fred, Denver, afternoon they called on Mr. Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Denny and Mrs. Cart Haworth. Re- Ellis, Pare and Jennifer, En- freshments were served. glewood, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs, Ronald Ellis, Ronny, Jr., Penni and Danny, Kittridge, l_ Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ellis and Roger Eugene, Wheatridge, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Klatt, Steve, Evangeline and Stuart, Los Larned. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fogo and Randy were in Kansas City Friday for Steven's check tip. They arrived home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Thum- mel are the proud parents of a son born Friday night at the Smith Center hospital. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cole visited Clarence Nebel at St. Joseph Hospital at Con- cordia Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed ShackeI- ton of Smith Center visited her mother, Mrs. Julia Moy- er, Sunday afternoon and al- so his brothers, Ernie and Frank of Red Cloud. The Enyeart sisters of Ov- erland Park. Kans. drove to Esbon Sunday a. m. to get their mother, who will spend a few days helping get some sewing done. They went back Sunday afternoon. Frank Shackelton of Red Cloud is spending a few days visiting his daughter, Mrs. George Burgess and family. Mrs. Robert Lorence and children of Hastings called at the H. E. Avison home on Sunday afternoon. ry McKinnis. Ka~,l Ga~ and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Frost were Sunday visitors at Clarence Sh~oks. Charley Frosts came especially to visit their great :granddaughter, Tamara Jo 'Shook, who has been visiting her grandparents, the Clar- ence Shooks and Leland Frosts recently. Tamara Jo Shook returned to Kansas CRy Monday with her mother, Mrs. Fred Shook who had attended Mrs. Fred Johanek's funeral Nebraska City, Nebr. and returned to Esbon with her parents, the Leland Frosts. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kirehner and two daughters, Lorraine Lee and Sharon De- nise, of 8600 E. 91st St., Kansas City, Mo., spent Fri- day evening with his father, F. C. Kirchner, and at Clar- ence Shooks. They were en- route home from a vacation at Colorado Springs, Colo. Richard is emph)yed at a Fiber Glass Co. Mrs. F. E. Ransom Graveside services were held at Mt. Hope Cemetery Sunday af.ternoon at Man- kato for Mrs. Una Thomas of Topeka. She formerly liv- ed in Mankato and hefore s. Gene Cassell 42 grandchildren were pre- isbury, Mo.; and sent and 11 of the 18 great (Armette), Tenn.; and two Powell. Engle- and Larry Pow- Colo. were married grandchildren. Mrs. Daphne Elyea Briles, Waterloo, Ia., who lived with the family during her high school days, and her step father, Charles Anderson, of Monticello, Minn. also attended the cele- bration. The even,ing activities be- gan at 6:30 with a dinner at Red Cloud, to the fact that f Season made it or all the children | b Sunday dinner guests of that in this community, but AND I Mr. Jack Stevens will be in our Store all day Tuesday, October @OWing this fall's collection of Minks, Squirrel, and other prec- furs. At this time Mr. Stevens will also discuss with you questions concerning Furs and accept your old Furs for re- and repair. Stevens Furs offer one year free service with the sale of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Silsby had moved to Topeka to be were Mr. and Mrs. Verlin near her daughter. Mrs. A1- Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNi- Paul and family. Mr. and ma Strom. They were in a chols and family attended Mrs. Leroy Hartman and car wreck and l have not the Armagost reunion in girls and Ronnie Zalman of much information about it, Mankato Sunday. Red Cloud and Mr. and Mrs. but I do know Mrs. Thomas Mrs. R. Avlson Vernon Marietta had sur- gery Tuesday a. m. at Smith Center. He came home Fri.- day. Mrs. John McCleery spent Wednesday at the Courtney Debay home at Cawker City. Mr. and Mrs. John Me- Cleery spent Thursday even- ing at the Carroll Thronson home in Ionia. Rev. and Mrs. Enyeart vi- sited Mrs. Nellie Gillett at the Webster Co. Hospital at Red Cloud Thursday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. R. Avison and Shirley attended the par- ade at Smith Center Thurs- day and were dinner guests of 1Wr. and Mrs. S. W. Fav- inger. -~ Larry McKinnis took the band to Manhattan for the football game between K.S. Mr. and Mrs. Denzel Da- A.C. and New Mexico Sat- .... | | fur pieces. This includes all repairs, cold storage, and insur- of your purchase. Drop in Tuesday and look over these lovely furs. BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION -- OPERATING UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVISION With a light run of livestock on hand at our auction Thursday, Sept. 22, the market was real active on all classes with these lighter weight cattle in real strong de- mand. A lot of the farmers were busy in the field but we still had a good crowd of people and a lot of buyers on hand with a real active market. Listed below are some of our sales from Thursday's auction: Virgil Peterson, Hardy, 1 black bull, weight 1250, at $21.70; U. O. Mohler, Burr Oak, 8 whitefaced steers, avg. weight 453, at $28.00; Don Jacobson, Edgar, 11 black steers, avg. weight 381, at $30.30; Stanley Shuck, Guide Rock, 2 roan steers, avg. weight ~60, at $25.80; Don Jacobson, Edgar, 9 black heifers, avg. weight 411, at $24.90; LeRoy Webber, Blue Hill, 1 whitefaced cow, weight 1030, at $15.90; Cleo Thayer, Nora, 1 holstein cow, weight 1170, at $17.80; Max Thayer, Republic, 1 holstein cow, weight 1080, at $16.40; Stanley Shuck, Guide Rock, 1 red cow, weight 1200, at $18.20; Bob Barnes, Beileville, 21 corn fed heifers, avg. weight 900, at $23.25. Demand is real good again for these stocker and feed- er pigs and any of you folks having any of these to sell will find a good market for them here at the McKee Sales Co. at Superior. These are just a few of our sales from last Thurs- day's auction. For highest prices for your livestock, bill your next consignment to the MeKee Sales Co. where you will find good buying power, a widely advertised market, and clean and modern facilities for handling your livestock. List your livestock in advance so we may get them properly advertised. For more information about prices, get in touch with us and we will come and look at them. When consigning your livestock, feel free to call us collect. SPECIAL NOTICE: Keep in mind our Special Calf and Yearling Sale which will be held the third Monday in October. Feel free to talk to us at any time about your livestock. SUPERIOR, NEBR. Gordon McKee, Owner, Superior, Nebr. phone 879-3711; H. M. Jensen, M alger and auctioneer 879-3707 Tune into KRFS at 7:15 or fo KMMJ at 7:30 on Thursday morning for consignment information for our sale. Larry Linton of Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Art Beattie of Loveland, Colo. visited Mrs. Nettle Dodd Friday ev- ening and were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dodd. They left for home Saturday a. m. Mrs. Hazel Shipley and Maxine spent from Thursday until Sunday with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Brien at Kensington. Mrs. Della Rice of Leba- non, Mrs. Betty Voboril and Mr. and Mrs. Claron Paxson called at the Doyle Jeffers home Sunday. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nettle Dodd were her brother, Clyde Muhler, and daughter, Mrs. Etha Oliver of California. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dodd and Dale and Lar- was a very nice person and our sympathy is with all her loved ones. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Men- denhall, David and Arden spent Saturday night and Sunday at Hays with Arnold and Agnes. We have been so busy around the ranch that there has been no time to gather news. Wheat has been plant- ed and some other necessary things got taken care of but we still have a lot of baled ih:y needing to be brought "Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mechs- ner and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen were some of the ones from out this way that attended graveside services for Mrs. Una Thomas on Sunday afternoon at Man- kato Mt. Hope 'y. There will be a Cemmun- ity Money Tree Shower this next Sunday evening at 7:30 at the West Branch Com- munity Center for, , Judy Countryman Larger t and husband, Randy Largent,,gv- eryone is invited and'brhag your own dishes and co~lr~s for your family. They, al- ready have their home .irLSa- lina. We truly wish tkem both their share of all the good things of life~ ..... Saturday night Mr; and Mrs. Mike Mechsne~,ar~l~r. and Mrs. Clyde Bosen , re evening visitors in,the 13ar~s Henningsen home. ,Mr.,,.and Mrs. Ed Loomis were ldi- tional guests. . ......... The Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Guy ttall.was observed Sunday at the Le- gion Hall at Esbon. by their children and close fviemds. There was a large crowd who signed the guest, book and many beautiful and use- ful presents given, Also,.,a money tree. Their children gave them a $100 bond and there was other money, too. It was .so race ,to have their family all with them for this occasion. The children and grandchildren took care of all the details and the auxil- iary ladies served the re- freshmems. Totally-new Delmont 88 ...lowest-priced 88 serieBI Looks expensive, b~t t#'# not. Delmont SS prices actually start b@low many nlode|s with "'low price names.'" Four to choose from. All with proved 8$ chassis, brakee and suspension. 330- or #~5.cu.-in. Rocket Y-$. Courier TR-23S..the only solid-state CB rig with a 10 year _ guarantee! A 23 channel solid.state C8 rig-- guaranteed tot lO years! With the biggest features ever built into a CB rig. And at an unprecedented $1~9, complete. 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