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September 29, 1966     Jewell County Record
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:i:)) i' . /EVCELL COUNTY RECORD MANKATO KANSAS THURSDAY i/i MANKATO H. S. COACHES--(Ieft to right) Assistants Don Miskimon, Don Anderson, John Jones, and Head Coach Larry Dreiling. .p OTBALL anka Je ic O le LEbaNON | | Mrs. Harold Bothwell Mr. and" Mrs. A. W. Wil- son called on Mrs. Nora Graham in Superior Sunday. .... ~ Mr. and Mrs. Don Davis '":~ Of Beloit called on Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold Bothwell and on squad. Sharon Kintigh, Joyce Webber and Carolyn David- son attended- the Band Day in Manhattan Saturday, as part of the Republic High School band. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd David- son, Carolyn and Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Fisher and Harold, Martha Roth- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Both- child and Jim Elliot were well Sunday evening, guests at a pizza supper at Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rus- [the Kenneth Simms home at sell attended a family din-IRepublic Friday evening af- i:, nor at the Leon Layton home ter the football game. ill Randall Sunday. Mrs. Wayne Hamilton of Belleville spent last Tuesday ..... . ~ :~ternoon with Mrs A. W. .:' Wilson. Wednesday she was guest of her sister, Mrs. Darrell Reed, at the W.S.C.S. m ting. Mr. and Mrs. Fk)yd Davld- ........ :~ : IOn called at the Russ/ell Nel- , son home in Courtland Sun- afternoon. /dr. and Mrs. Chuck Dia- and Greg were supper of Mr. and Mrs. Ed in Mankato after the football game in Man- Friday evening. Greg t$ a member of the "B" Mrs. A. W. Wilson was a guest of Mrs. C. V. Warren at Neddle Craft Club Thurs- day afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. W. Van Wey. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal spent the weekend at the home of their son, Dale, in Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe have moved to their new home which they recently purchased in Superior. Lucien Gunn sustained mi- had been been posted. The [.ov(;well, Mr. and Mrs. Bob estimated damage to his car Pooh: and children, Mr. and was $175. Mrs. l)can Thort()n and chil- Mrs. Martha Lantz of Ce- dre, w~,~,.~ ,'3unday dinner dar Falls, la. is visiting her ?,,Je.'.;l.,~ of IVlr. ar',d Mrs. Chet cousin, Mrs. Charlie Russell. Poolc in BclIevil!e. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both- well were with the group of Celebrates 100th B~rthday 36 men and women who ---- went by chartered bus to Mrs. Nellie Shepherd, who Kansas City last Wednes- i,q a resident of the Wilbeck day. The group visited the Rest Home in Mankato, was Farmland Industries, Inc. ~me hundred years old on and attended the baseball 'Fhursday, SCl~t. 22, 1966. game between the Kansas Two ~)t' her nieces, Miss Dor- City Athletics and the Bait- imore Orioles. They return- ed Thursday. is McCammon of Mankato, IMiss Doris McCm:H~),)~, and her sister, Mrs. R. E.[Edna Wulk('r, Mv~ '".' Stanton, and Mr. Stanton of[Russell and Mrs. 1:.. . ,, Washington, D. C., sent alson, all ~f M:~.d.:,, ..... : beautiful plant. Mrs. Shep-]Mrs. Joy Mi,,~:.t ~,) ~i:,)" herd also received other Oak. Am)th~,:r ui'c'.~ ,~ ~,,L~ gifts and a number of birth-- Shepherd. IVi~~. ) ~',':~:, ',I day cards. A party wa.,; held during the aflernoon in hon- or of the occasion. Those present sang "Happy Birth- day" to Mrs. Shepherd be- fore the ice cream and cake were served. Callers includ- ed Miss Helen McCammon, Walker of Mank.'.t,';, vi:~itcd her atmt Sept. 2(;. Lions Club N(>tes The last of lh~w meetings \vw: held ::t the Communi~5, I~.fil,:t~, ~','.)n- day night. A get well card is scheduled to b( I() be sent to Lion O. K. at the October l 1:earing whose imminent re- ~urn from St. Joseph s Hos- Engagement An pital in Concordia is antici- Mr. and Colored slides of scenes Grewuth of in the vicinity of Pensacola, announce the Fla., Mobile, Ala., New Or- their daught Ic:,.ns, La., and Galveston, Elaine, to Mr. Tc, x., photographed by Lion Briggs. The Vernon Hamilton, were take place ,hown and narrated by Mr. 29, in the t tamilton. Howard, Nebr. The District Governor is Mr. and Mrs. W. W. GunnI ~ ~ and Mrs. Marvin McDill and] m ~ ~' ~ ~" ~ "~ ~ ~:,~ y~'~.31~w ?" ~ ~ ! sons atended the RebeccaI pot luck dinner at the homeI of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wyattt at Hardy on Sunday. ] rom the same drawin9 board that gave you Grand Prix, Overhea Cam now come the newest Pontiacs since the invention Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor] of Concordia were Sunday: Itu're looking at the most beautiful Pontiacs A 165-hp Overhead Cam Six i~ ,~;tandard. Or Also new; a Grand Prix dinner guests of Mr. and I Mrs. Jess Wilson. Group I of the W.S.C.S. i was hostess at the Memorial ~ver to ride on Wide-Track. The incomparable F, TO returns with a 335-hp 400 cubic inch engine Jnder a magnificently refined new skin. Or you can order the 255-hp version or the fabulous aew 360-hp Ouadra-Power 400. And for the iirst time, you can order your GTO with our ~amous three-speed Turbo Hydra-Matic. The Le Mans and Tempests come back better ~an ever. Bright new interiors. Bold new colors. you can specify a 215-hp vo~-s:on, a 250-hp regular gas V-8 or its 2Ob-bp p,,ernium gas cousin. Or step into the ncate,~,t wand touring car this side of the Atlantic with our OHC 6 Sprint package. Our big Pontiacs are new from the famous split grille to the slickest innovation of the year --disappearing windshield w,i~ers! They're less subject to freezing. And only Pontiac has tlmm. There are new 400 and 428 New safety features such as retracters, a four-way traffic folding front seat back Motors' new energy absorbing Of course, all Pontiacs come hugging security of Wide-Track, [:will sell at Public Auction at :i: jms) Starting :at 1:00 p.m., OIt the Northeast edge of Mankato, H:s JII ull , i 135 - 4 foot panels, from 10 ft. to 20 ft. length 12 - 16 foot feed bunks = 12 foot feed bunks 3 = Small calf bunks Lumber and Posts from 4 feed racks Hedge and cedar posts of various lengths - 10 foot wind breaks Barbed wire and hog wire Large assortment of new and used lumber of various sizes and 1 - 4 wheel trailer 2 = 2 wheel trailers 16 ft. 6 inch grain auger 6 Water Tanks 2 Electric hot water tanks 1 Road drag 1 Pump jack -' 50 bushel James Way Hog troughs with electric motor hog feeders tngs 1 Hay Shed, 85 ft. long, 28 wide, 18 foot high. I 1 Cattle shed, 16 ft. by 110 ft. long. I Cattle shed, 20 ft. wide, 60 ft. long ; (The above buildings were built new 6 years ago) Cattle shed, 10 ft. by 20 ft. ':1 - 1350 bushel Behlen grain bin (like new) ! Granary, 8 by 10 1 Granary, 10 x 10 ', 5 Small granaries (Will give 60 d.ays to remove the buildings) Many other articles too numerous to mention. RMS OF SALE--CASH. No Property Removed Till Settled For. Not Responsible In Case Of Accident. ::i!: :jiT: :: ;i i : ?i!:ijiz:i ~ ~ ~ /~i ii'!~:ii;iill~ i/~)(~ ~i~i~ii~i!~ ~>~ The Wide-Track Wirming Streak starts at your authorized Pontiac dealer's. Gerald Zimmer, Auct. First National Bank of ,Formoso, Clerk + ))