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.J~W~M~ ~ RECORD ~urmlay, October I, 1970 Page 2 - Section 2 .News Of ESBON And Vicinity Sponsored By TILe ProgressLve Esbon Merchants NO~CI TO U6E~Rfl OqF Pax~an, at the Mankato hospital CITY l~F GROUNDfl Friday afternoon. qi~e CRy Damp has been re- Mr. ar~ .Mrs. S. W. FaMnger stored to a more usable and v~siCed at the R. &viaon home oowenient oondRion. ~ you SHurday Mternoon. w~sh to have it remain this way Several crom E$bon attended for a longer period off time, the Shrine Circus Saturday and ~ease dum~ stl trash and Sunday etSal~a. refu~ to the ~ side. Also, *Mrs. Bernice Lorenee drove ~ase do NOT dum@ from ~ G~env~, Nebr. Satttrday M- roadway, ternoo~ ~to stay With the" Hart. $~wever, if you .wish to have ford boys while their parents. tax do]lhrs ~zmt fooliehly and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hartford, mmd~essly in frequent bulldoz- attended a Legion mee,timg at Ing and upkeep off this area. Ss~perior. She came home Men- then please do dump in what- d~y. ever manner pteases YOU-- Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mention- 'and best serves YOUR immed- hal visited '.Mr. and Mrs. John la~ needs. ~ ~ PorUs Sundw a~er- ~t~ of F.mbon. Esbon Mnn. It. A'vhm choal ~ ~ ~sd~ Mrs. Ethel Thomas le~t Fri- day *~r Holsein, Nebr. to visit her sister ~ hudmnd. Mr. and ~rs. IR. A~ison and Sh~y visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siebert at ~ Oak Sat- urday evening. J~vetl played footbM1 here as ~e band went to the ~ut~h. Frida~ night and Jewell won. insert fair. Mrs. N~l.a Jeerers, Mrs. M~I- Mr. and Mrs. R. ~son drove tired Me, arty and Mrs. Hazel tO P, ed Clmad Wednesday M.ter- ~fipl~ and Maxine were ahop- aoo~ to visit Mrs. Dd~)er~ Pix- ping in Dowm C~onday. let" M Oloha, Ore., ~tho is here ~r. and Mrs. Jc~ M~t~l,!och doe to ~e serious fl, iness off off Denver one, led'on his brod~her, her mo~er, L~. ~hby Nelson, Don M~Cuflo,ch, Sunday morn- at t~ Webster CotmW ,Hospit~. ln~ on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle JCPkxs A ,large crowd a~tended the ~ his siz~er, Mrs. Merle supper a~ the United Methodist Jl I IF YOU WANT TO BE INCLUDED IN THE 1971 LIONS BIRTHDAY, ANNIVERSARY, AND SPECIAL EVENTS CALENDAR and are not contacted by a territory worker, please fill this out and hand or marl to Carl Sapp, Box 167, Esbon. JggTHDAY ~SARIF.S (give namu and dates) WINDING ANNIVERSARY (name= and date) " Prices: Single person, $1.00; couple, $1.50; family rate, $2.00. Extra calendars: 50c if you are listed on 1971 calendar, otherwise $1.00 each. Funds from this project support The Esbon Lions program of continued service to the com- munity locally as well as the international com- munity. We wa~t everyone to have an oppor- tunity to share in this effort. ESBON LIONS CLUB II ~ II~ I I I I "1 II I III I ] I I Sunday Dinner Special $1.25 Come a,nd eat dinner with us. and enjoy the good home cooking. -.. Homemade Pies Our Spedalty -- BETTY'S CAFE ESBON, KANSAS II II "" . Mr. Farmer: For"Master Mix Feeds Pioneer Seeds Olin & Phillips Fertilizer See ESBON GRAIN CO., INC. ESBON, KANSAS Or call 725.3081 to dheum yoar needs i I I C~urch base~nent Sunday "eve- ning held for the teachers. The retired railroad men had a @fcnie Sunday in the .WIanka~o park. Those attendin,g were ,.'dr. and Mrs. Don ~angs, ,Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boston. and Mr. and Mrs. Duane M, anely and Stacy and a ,gi~l friend o~f Man- kate, Mrs. ~ane~y's m~0ther of PMl.li, psburg, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Greens,hie of Scandia, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moh~er o,f For- mead, Mr. and Mrs. Earl ,Thom- as d Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Chadey Lorence d Kensingtoc, Mr. axed Mrs. Frank Fvrdham and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Favin- ger of Smith Center, and ~Lr. and Mrs. R. A~son and Shirley and ~tenee Fvrou~mk d E sbon. ~veryone bad a good ~ v~R- i~g. Whitemound "Oh, ~at a beautV~ morn- Lug." A~ter our nice gert~le r~',~ test week, ,the ground has dried enough so thtit the men ate real busy raorking the glxmnd and driving s~heat. Some ,are busy cutting m,~lo. We are ~ll h~ing for a nice October. ',Mrs. ,Ivan Lee Frost, a~com- paniod by 'her parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. 5Va~rne Halite, attended ~e Hutchinson Fair from trtres. day v~ttt F~iday. Leta eatered her horse, '~Lave~a", in t~e Ap- pa,loosa d,a~. ~ the s~o~g s~e phced 5th in the Senior I~lter and Senior P~ein~g. Lit- fie ,Brenda spent the time w~th her ,grandparent, M~'. and Mrs. H~c~ Frost. Mr. ~ Mrs. George Sandsr- son drove to Gaylord Sunday ~ternoon to attend the 40t~ wedding annwersary Of her ommm, Mr. and Mrs. F~M F~bttrg. Mrs. ,K~W ~3n~ler spen~ hst Monday, and ~Monda~ ~ight with Mi, ss Joy Kindler in Salina. ~Mrs. Thelma Shelton and Jell spent Monday m~ternoon ~i~ Mrs. Wayne ~roec~ ,elman a~l boys. LMrs. HaroM Beam ac~- led 'Mr. Johm~ ~eam, 1~odney. F_Adie and 'Joan to the H~.tchin- s~m Fair ,)ast Tuesday,. So,me others ~I ,~w ~a~ were there were Mr. and Mrs. Mi~lo Ma- totmek and Mr. and Mrs. ~Ra2e~ Jonee. Mrs. cNi,lma Anderson d RI- india had been visitin~g her sis- ters, Mrs. ~rFce Dodd and Mrs. Frank ~anter, the past week. Prlchy she spent the day end ~ght with Mr. attd Mrs. Jerry PAclmmn and ~ti~k~en and then I l Mrs. ~ brou~t her to the Dodd home. ,Mr. and Mrs. Ha,1 Ste~hens and .clfildren of Salua spent the weekend at the Geor~ Sander- son home and hetped with the f~rm ~ork. ~r. and Mrs. ~a Ora~ens off ,Idaho are visiting ~t the M~s. Sam ~izner b0~e. Sunday eve- ning Mr. and Mrs, ~air Lamb anytime, q~ere ~1 be some speci~ exhib~hs. ~ere is to be a lunch counter so Fou won't ha~e to leave the b ,'~u~dk~ ~ you don't wish to. Remecr~er, Oct. 8 .at the ~x~nory. qq~ere are a nmnber c~ dishes, bo~ls and pie pans at the Es- bon ,United Methodist Church that ~ere lof~t ~rom various din- nets held ,there. Since they are aad Mr. and ,Mrs. ,Wayne not marked ~ve are ~,able to de- Br~eckelzrmn visited ~ them. liver them. ~NRI you please Mrs. ~ubrey ~ass and ,Mrs. c~eck and see ff any of ~em Leland Frost visited their coos- could be yours? T~e church is in, Mr. ~v.ard Johanek, at (q)en every 'r~ursda~, for the John ~arost and Sha~vn, Sybfl Finch, Get'tie Couxttryman, tes- ter Barnett. :Mr. arid ,Mrs. Lloyd Mar'~ugh, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Marihugh, l.~lo~d and ~ri~ce. and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mesch- nor. A bOnn~i,fLd dinner W~s served and the day spen visit- ing. There were some 80 year old your~gsters riding the merry- go-round, in the person o;[ Oltie Ra, asom and Lester B~arnet~. but they quit as they had too man~ spectators. Shy little youngsters, 1 guess. We a'l~o fonnd ot~t Edsar day and'Tuesday night with IZe Caller Shel'lF Clark. 0~borne, Mrs..Courtney DdBey and *~%er~,oon, faw~ly visited John Yto&2eerys .with Rev. Saturday a, Rernoon. aiag. ~rs. Brian Voboril ~ot hit in t~e pan, led eye with a b~ted b~ll and sang '~ fractured :the bone under his '~Beyond eye. He's ~ad a badty s~welled bearers ~ere eye and it cevtain~y ~oohed peim Thomas f~l. men, t~e nursing home in Kemsin~on q~iltin.g. 'I~ ~u like to quilt, Marihgt~gh has a culinary art. the *Uni t~ted~ Sunda~ a~ternoon, pla~ to join the ladies for He certainly bakes d~'cicus ap- tMrs. ~dns Pearl Fields o,f ~ ~r~: Dor~Id ~eaTn spent Sun- ~m~bile. Anyone is .welcome. ple pie. Veronica told us to tel,l Porfcis departed this ~lite Sunday birnhowgcodit~vas. I'm~n-~.~ng, September 20, 1970, ~--'~'~1 daYBeam.afternoon Wi~ Mxs. ~trold ~ ~,~a]kers Unit doting if she wanted us to re- ttt .the Osborne Memorial Hos- ,Mr. ,and Mrs. era Hills drove ~ mind b~ his wife r~as a good pistol after .being cor~ined ~here i~u to Cuba to spend the day ~ W~hRemound E:H.~. met at cook (~vh, ich she is). t~nyhow, since ~arly ~n J~y. Mrs. V Mr. and ,Mrs. G,Ion Maid, ok Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lamk~.s spent T~ursda~ evening with Mr. and Mrs. Hc~:hce A~ison. :Mr. ~nd Mrs. ~van Lee Frost are ,the proud ~vne~s c'~ a new b)aek and v~ite Ford-L~ED. ~r. and Mrs. Dlw~ht Frost were Thursday evenmg guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ~eck- dman. Mr. and ,Mrs. Ho, llce ~,ison a, ttended Old Settler's Day in Smith Center. In the evening .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Price a~- eompan.ied them ~ck to the program put on by the P1~ins- men Quartette. Mrs. ~Li~an Fogo visRed with Mrs. Mary *Hajny and Mrs. ~,ristine .Dodd Sunday. A very large crowd a, ttende~ the teachers' recep~tion and s~p- per at the E~hon UnReal Metho- dist C~urch Sunday evenir~g. It gave us ,an opportunity to be- come avqu:ainted mith the staff of "our sehool systems. We were sorw some ~ere tmable to be with Us. ,Mr. and Mrs. H0~llik)e ~Avison spent Sunday evening ~ith Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Me.charier. We are sorry Vernon isn't recover- in,g as ,wel~ as he she, d. ~v. and ,Mrs. {Earl Enyear~ were oalted to 'Kansas City Sat- urday evening &to to the ser- iou~ illness Of 'their li, ttle grand- daughter, Dacari J~Xnston. rNe hope s~e maies a speedy re. cove~y. Mr. mad ,Mrs. Wayne Beoeek- elman, W~,ark 'and Mike attended the ~air ~,t ,H~tz~hin~on Saturday. The baby stayed ~ith Grand- mother Lamb. ~Mrs. Jo~m C~bbs Of Fed ~oud was honored w.i, th a birth~t~ dinner a:t the home of ~Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B,l~,ttner Sunday. Other dims'is were ~r. Gibbs and Mr. and Mrs. ~arold [~cr~ ery Of Stockton. Mr. and L~s. Dewey Understood and Stede were a~ternoon g~e3ts. Mrs. ~mma ~I,0~ines was a Sunday dinner guest of ,.~x. and Mrs. Harw Kindler. ~M2rs. Harry Kindler and Earl Si, lsby sang a duet ~or the cial ~t setwices Sunday morn- ing. ,In ~b~ absence of Re~. Eny- ea~ we t~eld a song service and Ca~J Sapp was the speaker 01 the mornmg. ,'l~e annoa~ Srnv~ashord will be hem ~t the Sacred Heart Catholic ~hm, ch in ~ next Sunday e,venh~, rl~e pulblic is coM~ ~d. Remember, Oot. 4. file ~teasmn Conn~ of the E.H.U., ,w~l be Oct. B, bo~n- ning a~ ,10 a.m. Three cr~fts will be ~tatrght and an admission fee of ~c wig admit @uests WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH Sherwin-Wiiliams Kem-T0ne & Kem-Glo Paints And remember to see us for Hardware Needs ]Krs. Hol, lis A~isoa's home on Sept. 18. Meeting opened w~th the Extension Creed. R~li call was answered ,b~ ~2 m~rs. Mrs. C~arence B~ew ~.ve the report tree K.E.H.U. Ne~vs. The advisory report was given by Mrs. George Sanderson. She gave plans ~or Co,tmty Crst Day Oct. 8 at the ,M, a n~to Ar- mory and Fa]l Achievement Day Nov. ~9 at F_~sbon~ United Methodist Church. "Be Wise W,~h Your Bu~s" w~s given by Mrs. ~arold ~eam. The Unit voted to have the meeting date placed on ~e E~on Lions OMb Ca~end~ and to serve ~u~ch for the .Lions C~ub in November. PLans ~ere discussed for Craft Day and thirds to be disp'J~yed. Mrs. Nellie Gfllett was winner o~ the guess' box. Mrs. Ernes~ l~atther gave a very ~terest- in, g and i~o~n:~tive tessan on "~real~fast ~or #a ~righter ~:ta~,." We should look br~g~at and cheery as we prep,are break- fast. Br~st is the most im- portant meM as it provides en- ergy ffor work, study or play. Give a good breM~ast to al~ yotmg, as wel~ as older pec~e. The hostess served deli~ious re- freshments. --P .~ .C Odessa- Dentonia Mr,. Wilbur Obw~ The po~lmk dinner ~t West- branch was ~vetl attended Bun- day. q~here were 66 .people them. Those attem~ng were OHio : 'Rar.~n, Joe Moore, Mr. ~nd Mrs. Gerald BoBer, Helen S,tites, ~uth Colson, Mr. and .~m. F_~tgar ~Vtarmug~ Linda, Larry and Kenn~,, Mr. and ~,rs. Gatl Coison, i~uaseli and J~m~es, ..Mr. and ,Mrs. O. L. ]~urdett, Mr. and ~Irs. ~ester Stites, Mr. and Mrs. G~erm Bar~ley, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas, Cle~a, Nyla, ~r ~nd Damson, Gar- nett Thomas, Vera ,Frost, ,Mr. and Mrs. WiRer 0ber~ and Jeenette, Diila 'P~Mfllps, ~able Mm*ihu~L Mr. and Mrs. C~are Lamb, Mr. and ~rs. Gib Doun- trFman, ,:Mr. and Mrs. Vevl Mendon~a,ll, Pearl Menderd~aIL Mr, and Mrs. ,Lela~d ]~avtley and Janice, Mr. and .Mrs. Gra~ Berry, Jean, Gayle and Ja.q~s, Mr. and ,Mrs. Everett ~Roo, M~'. and Mrs. L~e Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. ~-hrold rf~i,lli~, Mrs. II he either knews 'he can cook or his wife's ccoldng better be ep preei~ed. Jeame Berry is working as x-ra.y technidan at the Red Cloud hospi.tal and enjoys her wo~k very mulch. She gradua~d hem Cono~ia and S~rted work ,there recently. ,Mrs. 'IAoyd Mariht~h visited .~s. ~Iem'y Keller Tuesday aft- ternoon. Mr. and M.rs. Wilbur ~bert accompanied LMike Youngs to fMr at Hutchinson ,Tuesday. I ~as ~orot~ghly disgtmted tha~ a ~i~.i,~ booth ad~ertisir~g ~Pat was allowed at the [air. W*i.th Oivi~l R~gh~ts comes respen, s~bil- ity and .if s~mething is ~egal, w~ are sudh tl~r~gs al~r~ed? Because we sit back and do ~o1~Rng but howl. ,All~n~ su~ doesn't brin~ "love" and "peace" as they s~y. Had I destroyed their booth I tw~uld be hc'Id gor destruction off pro- pe~y, but they can destr~ Byes and ~'s legal, fl~e~ter do a Etfle overBauling of ~v'nat free- and civil ri~IRs rea:Ay axe. Mrs. ~-lenw Obect and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Obert ca~ed at the Wilbu~ Obert home Satur- day a~Iternooa. Ed Clerks are enjoying a new Chevrolet ~ickup. Mrs. O01een ~B~dger a~d c.~l- dren visited Mrs. ~.A CAark ar~ fm-ni'ly $und~. Lucile has 17,000 coupons to tm.n in from two weeks last Friday. They h~d W8,000, so they are clin~i_~g. So, yon who have coupons, get them in as quickly as possible for su~ a w~rthwhile creme. Wtu~,ren M~01~eW brought John home from ~e hospital 'l~t~rsday. Mr. and .Mrs. Sam M c~l~ery and Mr. and Mrs. Oar~oll Throason and family called Thursday evening to see John. Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Van Way visited {Eadon Johaneks Th.urs. day ~fternvon. ,Mrs. ~Neva ~ink ~isRed Jolm Mz~31eevy Saturdsy evenk-tg. C~llers Sunda~" morning at John McCleery's were Bernie I-Iart and Oral, Fred Heller and Tom OoRias. Mr. and Mrs. War- re~ MoOleery and fami..ly were Stmd~y dinner ,guests o~ 8ohn and LAma. Milton Und~wood and l~-n~e Katte~erg got the Odessa Church ~eli mourned Friday. Fred Holler used his farm hand to ~,aise it ce~o the ~m~c-dotion. it x~at~ locks nice. "Connie ,Ham~ak #pent Mor~ SMORGASBORD Esbon C~holic Church Basement SUNDAY, OCT. 4 - 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Price: Adults, $1.2S; Children under 10, 60174 pro-school children Free. Pttzem 1st, Hair Dryer, 2rid, Timex Wrist Watch; 3rd, Transistor Radio. IIII I and Plumbing Supplies PEROUTEK'S STORE Esbon Phone 725-3556 , , " THANK Many of the new customers who come to us do so because of th@ recommendation of e friend. Nothing is so powerful as boost from one who has no ex to grind,., e person who simply IlkN out" wrvite. Unforturmtely, some of them good people remain unidentified. So right now, may we exlxus our h~rt-felt aplxecietion for your good word= end my that we are grateful. CHANDLER-SAPP INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. I : ~ql~N. KANSAS ..i -:='~ I I I I I m, SUN ALWAYS SEEMS TO SHINE OH THOSE WHO SAVE We Invite Your Account She was ~.e third child of fz~r c~i:~dren, born to Henry H. and Melinda E. Lon,g. She was preceded in death by her sister, M~udie E. G~m'ple, and a broth- er, ~Elsie I-I. ~Don~, who died in in~an~y. She was born A~gust 23, 1~94, ,in Atheus t~vnship and spear .most Of her l~fe near ,Mr. and ~ -" made a ~ recenLt~y d J,~..... Mr. ac ~ - and CVI.r. and ~,~tle ( 'ford drove ~ I Monday ~nd~ on Monday Ionia. Mr. and-,~N~ 'Her ~entle hands ~nd kind Do:nip, ham thougt~tfu,lnsss aided many en,ts ~f a~l~ ( S,opt. 21. l~r~,,. neighbors and-{,riends ~n ~re hours Of illness, birth, and sot- merly ~1o row. She loved ~'arm ,h',fe and We were death .of R~ al~ ,growing things, and was sympathy i~ll'S most co~tenl when p,lantin, g a Ewver and tending a garden, son and ca~ I Leonard J* .~lJrh She loved her home and the ,and ~Wlll door ~vas open to family and Mr. ,,~ ~.--, man and ~~ friends, wi,t'h her psr~ - Her death came on the morn- Lewis ,.Ree~. ~ 1~] ing d ~h'at would ha,ve been Sunday w~I riley I)ook ~L. M,. and ~f ~l~v~od, ona 'West~ -"" her sixdeth ,wed:ring ann iver- sa.x~y. She was united in mar- r~age o Harry Fie~ds on Sep- tember '20, 1910. T~,gether they built .their ,ti~e ~and a home {[or ~hree daughters on a farm ,t~ m~iles northeast Of *Ionia. In 1~48. Edna and Harry retired f~0~rt ~ctive ~arm 1He and moved to Beleit. A~ter living in tow~ for one year. they pure_.h~as,ed an a~re~ge on ~e north edge of Jewe}l. ~Iere she was a he~ing hand and cons;tam eomlmnion of her Ims~and until his death on Noven-/ber 8. 19~. F~,ll0wing his death .she moved to Portia, Kansas, o be near her daugh- ter, ~ere she resdded until her dea~. She leaves to rf~,.urn her ~ree da~ghtera and ~eir hus- bands, ,Mrs. A~.bert Miller, Grays~lle, frennessee, :Mrs. Ore- er Riescltiok, ,Portis, Kansas. Mrs. M~rvin ~om'ce, rNieltita. Kansas; ore brother, ~rerett H. ,Ix~g of ~an,da'll; seven g.randsora and seven gvand- dat)g~ters; twehre great~and~ children; and nmuerous retie- Record. CM rives ~.d ~riends. fair results. Services were eondu*oted from ' Ill I m Remember when we were "0N~ COOLEST SPOT~ IN TOWN"? 'Twas true enough I But, we had spot in our heart for 'YOU. have, Stop and see. ESBON RE4 ORIS & IZOLA MARKE 1 HY.KLAS STOR~ 725,3811 ~ ESBON, l I TOMATO JUICE .... 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