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/EWELL RBCORD, MANKAq , 'la$athering" truck Luther Home and l~eatrice, Nebraska topping at the Church soon. The lg Program" is annually by the for help in obtaining food commodities and needed to help the program p~;tding training and for mentally retarded and adults of all so that they may be themselves to in working Of, the following items and can be left ~th~~ Lutheran church as possible, preferrably October 14, but than Sunday, Oct. sugar (brown, regular ; shamlx)o; coffee; tea; mixes; salt & catsup; chocolate canned tuna or sal- Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Mrs. Laving Clark, Juan- ita, Nebr. and her daughter, Mrs. Bud Dye, , Mankato, visited Mrs. Clark s brothec,' Claude Scott Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Dempsey took her mother, Mrs. Minnie Romingcr to her home in Arkansas Wed- nesday. Mrs. Aaron Murray, Zella Slaughter and Bertha Baum- gartner called on Mrs. Jen- nie Briggs the past week. Community Club met on Thursday afternoon with Phyllis Purcell. 14 members and one visitor, Mrs. Carol Hedge were present. The net meeting will be Oct. 20. Grace Cole and Mrs. Lulu Jacobs visited Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole at Burr Oak on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills spent Wednesday at the ,lack Sills home in Manhat- tan. bisquick; cake Miss Janis Fullerton of flour; ma- Hutchinson spent the week- noodles; spaghetti; end with her parents, Mr. ered and liquid and Mrs. James Fullerton. potatoes; beef & Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eool and toothpaste; mouth girls of Manhattan were . clothes; twin size weekend guests of Mr. and i, pillow cases; bath Mrs. Don Bangs. m~hand towels; toilet Mrs. Thee Kelly left Sun- ~vasotine; deodorants; day for Liberty, Me. to visit no. 50 black and her daughter, M()lly, and ~ca~ned fruitsand l'amily, Mr. and Mrs. Dave McCampbell. information con- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne this program can be Dempsey of Hays spent the from Pastor Jones lweekend at the Vern Damp- :ate Lutheran or I say home. ...... Steve Arnoldy, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 'N 5. Ferron of Concordia visited I' eon tribu.tions are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haegert Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Falk attended the Samuelson cou- sins reunion at the Webster State Lake Sunday. Clifton Buckles of Man- :iated by the '' I Appeal - Clothing Drive .,: s .... used clothing can be the Mankato Luth- from now until 16. At that time he picked up by a wl~ich will be going and de- tO Hastings, Nebras- delivery point which congregations Kansas and a~semble clothing "Annual Thanksgiv- Appeal." The kl then shipped by World Re- uarters for dis- are ap- f. 5 7 United Church m Life, Minister. Worship Service M. Men's Day Set- in Action". School at 10:30 Clarence Black, Oct. 19 will Work Day at Election At Burr Oak bond election i: Burr Oak Un;fied which was held October 1 I, carried A total of 305 ~ cast. The money for building a addition to the and other am- Will 19 4-H club for the Athens, and will be at 7:30 in the house on Oct. who are 8 years of not 19 by January their families, to attend 4-H can do Brownies Brownies ~bueball. Darci Ble- ~ cookies and keel lr Brownies and 2 ' Thank you notes to Mrs. Myron Want Smith for visit. The Brownies for their Ann Blair Queen. L. M. Welt- :' let and Earl ~n left Mankato on the Rocket. from Ore- for Canada look after interests for the es- the late Dr. C. S. The Weltmers are for the estate is the execu- hattan and Mrs. J. B. Blades: of Independence, Kans. spent i the weekend with their sis- ter, Mrs. Cleo Dempsey. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hos- kins and Vickie of Superior and Mrs. A. R. Jacobsen vis- ited Mrs. Rosa Schoonover Sunday afternoon. There will be a community bridal shower for Miss Mary Holdren Saturday evening at 7:30 at the Montrose Parish house. Anyone who would like to attend is cordially invited. ! Clomer Sipe was admittec to the Belleville hospital on sunday for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Falk visited Mrs. Andy Hoard at the Beloit hospital Sunday evening and report she is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Damp- say, Mr. and Mrs. Marr Dempsey, Mr. and Mrs. Den- nis Murray and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dempsey and Richard Dempsey enjoy- ed a turkey dinner Sunday a.t the Forrest Dempsey home in Formoso. Mrs. Lewis Reece came home from the Belleville hospital Saturday. Mrs. Bill Hodgins and chil- dren of Belleville spent Sun- day afternoon with her mo- ther, Mrs. Lulu Jacobs. Second Grade Brownies The Second Grade Brown- ms visited Want Smith's farm Oct. :3. Mrs. Myron Hul- bert led the tour with Mrs. Mike Stout and Mrs. Virgil Beougher helping. The Brownies ~w pigs, cows, btfffalo, chickens, ducks, 9eacocks, prairie dogs and geese. They ate a sack lunch and hot chocolate to drink. Tag-a-longs were Jul- ia, Mike Stout and Max Hul- bert. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Un- derwood and Cheryl of Burr Oak were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dar- us Henningsen. Together they called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis to see their new home. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Staf- ford have received word that their son-in-law, How- ard Haugerud, is in Viet Nam. He has an important ~osition in the Departmen~ of State, where he is an ex- ecutive in the foreign aid 9rogram. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. for a family dinner at the Buffalo Roam steak house Sunday were Col. and Mrs. Roswell Round of Blacksburg, Va., Mr. and Mrs. McDill Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Boyd, Larry and Becky, and Mrs. Frank Noel~ of Phillipsburg, 'Mrs. Law- @ Mrs. IL E. Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Un- derwood were Sunday after- noon visitors in the Guy Ball, home at Esbon. They will go to Arkansas City in the near future and bring Mrs. Mona Howe up for a weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. Under- wood, mad other relatives. We are-so very sorry to hear that Mrs. Grace Kiser had passed away Friday ev- ening. Services will be at Mankato this afternoon. Our sympathy is with all her rel- atives for this very fine wo- man. Clarence Nebel of Esbor~ passed away at the Concord- spring bloomff~g, alony~, with ia hospital recently and ser- other bulbs: "Also get the vices will be at the Catholic peony ahd Canna tops cut off and stir: up enotmh am- Church at Esbon this Tues- bitten to dig the canna bulhs day forenoon. He has been . , ,, seriously ill for some time soon as t'he stubs dry .~, )me. and we wish to extend our All this is not in accord with svmnathv what my boss thinks a wo- ~The'-bridal shower for man should do--but having Phyllis Harmon Thompson always been an out door at the Lamb Schcyol tlouse worker, I can't get it otlt of Saturday afternoon was well attended and Phyllis receiv- ed many beautiful and use- ful presents for which sbe thanked us so nicely. Lorena Pate entertained the Merry Mixer Club at the West Branch school, house Friday. afternoon ~ith 8 :members present. There were two guess boxes and Eva Mendenhall and Doris Bartley were the lucky win- ncrs. The next meeting will bc in three weeks with Ethel Thomas on Thursday, Oct. 27. Mrs. Muriel Mechsner, Mrs. Emma Burdett and Mrs" Olive Courter of Jewell were dinner and all day guests of Mrs. Bess Kuiken in Mankato last Thursday. The card party at West Branch last Saturday even- mg was enjoyed by all and Clyde Bossen won high for the men and Grant Berry, low. Ethel Thomas won high for the women and Georg- ene Bossen, low. Mr. Sipe won the lucky number prize. Mr. and Mrs. Herman my system. The back yard and big trees around our house and the neighb~ws is filled with noisy, harsh voic- ed black birds who no doub are resting and singing the praise of their hearty break- fast, at the expense of far-I mer and his mile fields. Let's, hope after the mile is corn- I bunM Crispin to Manhattan Sun- Kansa,~ City. From there she Dq e Crisnin home from here with relatives and . , c r- will take a plane to Chlcago Tuesday until Friday. friends. Before leaving to catch a phme ~o Frank- Miss Alberta Stromsberg Gladys subscribed to the fort, Germany, where she !goes to be with her husband, of Clarks, Nebr. and Mrs. Jewell County Record for .lohn Springer of Hastings the coming year. iDou.Aas Warren, who is spent the weekend with Mrs. -- -- ------ " base'd at Stuttgart, Germany. Springer s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Begg, the for- Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers, Miss C(mnie Pursell, Mr. and Mrs..lunior Leeee and Rich and Leece were guests of the Quentin Leece's at a chili supper Sunday evening. Mrs. Alta Lovewell re- ceived a phone call from her son, Harold Mann, Sunday evening to say his son hadi failed to pass the Army phy- sical for the second time and was not bean.,, called for ser- vice. A letter from her grand- Mrs. Raymond Leece and mar Kitty Hanley of Man- Bernard. kate, now of Long Beach, Mrs. Bernice Reed enter- Calif., spent several days as tained Thursday P. M. in the house guest of a former honor of Mrs. Julia Dahl of classmate, Miss Mary Hulse, Boulder, Colo. Those present on her way home from a were Mrs. Martin Dahl of St. Lawrence seaway trip. l Hardy, Nebr., Mrs. Erling Friday Miss Helen Stafford Dahl of Republic, Mrs. Anna accompanied Mrs. Begg and Graham, Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Miss Hulse to Smith Center Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mrs. Fay where they visited another Vestal. Mrs. Tom Dahl, Mrs. formerclassmate, Mrs. Paul Dahl, Mrs. Irvin Os- George Kramer. Saturday borne and Miss Mary Dahl. evening they were dinner bined, the birds will con- son, David Lovewell, stated Wednesday callers at Dale guests of Mrs. I. L. Lutz at tinue to harvest shattered he was on board a ship, Crispins were Mr. and Mrs. the Buffalo Roam steak black cane seed alon, with]somewhere in the Pacific, Don Graham and Barbara of house. Mr. and Mrs. George the mile. [could not tell just where but Courtland, Mr. and Mrs. Putt were also guests. Miss Mrs. Tena Van Way wao[ he was well and wanted to Iva.n Van Meter and family, i Hulse had as her guests for I I . let her know Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ridle and droner Sunday at the Btfffa- a guest of Mrs. Delft Heldt sunday P. M. They spent Mrs. Barbara Hasshmh, David, Mrs. Leo Blackstone 1o Poam, Mrs. Begg, Mrs. part of the afternoon at the Miss Dorothy Brenneman and family, Mrs. Anna Lutz and Miss Stafford. C. V. Warrens, which we and Mr. and Mrs. Hans l.ove- :Graham and Mrs. Violet really enjoyed. The Memorial Dedication Services conducted Sunday were beautiful in word and deed. A fine crowd was pre- sent to hear an inspiring ser- mon by Rev. Richard Near on "The Servant Church". His text was taken from John 13-1-9, 12-15, followed by the dedication and a few special musical numbers by the choir who were accom- panied by Mi~,,Ella Marie grin from Harvard, Nebr. ere Sunday visitors of Mrs. Alta Lovewell. Mrs. Love- well visited friends in Man- kato on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Oft Renken were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Meter. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Ivan ~ an Meter came for a short visit in the afternoon. The miscellaneous shower for Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Mr. and Mrs. Myron Inter- Stevenson were Sunday ev- mill and Mark attended Par- ening supper guests of Mr. ents' Day in Manhattan on and Mrs. Darrel Michael and Saturday. Carman of Red Cloud, Nebr. Several from this vicinity attended the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe at the Lady Vesty Room in Hotel Leslie Sun- CH day P. M. Mrs. Edith Smith of Lin- coln, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mc- Keown of Superior were Mrs. Roberta .luanice took the Concordia ing to visit her Johnita Matone, Calif. h,hnita will,~ husband ~.n Guam of November. Guests of Mrs. row on Tuesday Wednesday, Oct. 4, nieces, Mrs. Mrs. Jean Mayo Olive Books, all Calif. They were Wednesday by Mrs.. : Reed of Formoso Leah Badger and Mankato for dinner, left Wednesday Crete, Nebr. to relatives. ,4 Col. and Mrs. Round of left Sunday after s the home of her , F. W. Boyd, Jr. they also visited and nieces and Mr. and Mrs. Phillipsburg, Mr. Jim Logback and Boyd at Hill City, and Mrs. Warren Norton. Col. Round, : ly retired from th~ was assistant of R. O. T. C. at Polytechnic b ~ti Blacksburg before tirement., Hake and family of James-Thomas, whom we congrat- Bagley was held Monday Sunday afternoon callers at town and Mr. and Mrs. Mor- ulate on.rite fine work she evening at the school house. Keith McKeowns. ris Hillman and Renae of Ion- is doing l~elping, by using The young couple received V. Club members of this ia were Sunday evening sup-her musical ability to assist a nice lot of useful gifts, vicinity met Tuesday even- per guests of Mr. and Mrs. IMrs. :Jody~t/~ile~,and Mrs. Mrs. Clarence Jensby and ing with Mrs. Frederick Clyde "Bossen. I Cla-rabell "rlK in training Mrs. Madeline Marr were Thomas and Mrs. Alberta I .... :'- ' "I' Mrs. R. Arisen Mrs. Paul Dahl, , Behrends and Mrs. dreason were coffee 1 of Mrs. Lawrence Wednesday morning: il Mrs. Ray 'ord Lucy Myers and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ellis and granddaughter of Haig- ler, Nebr. spent the week- end of Oct. 1 and 2 visiting friends in Esbon. Mrs. Williams of Nebras- ka is staying a few days wi~h Mrs. Hershner. i Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Frost are the owners of a new Sunday afternoon, at the home of Mr. John Johnson to celebrate their 59th anniversary. Chrysler. Esbon played Alton Friday night. Alton won. Several from Esbon at- tended Connie DeBey's fun- eral at Downs Monday, af- ternoon. Rev. Enyeart took Bert Smith to Dr. Cortner at Man- kate Wednesday and also this Monday a. m. Guy Ball helped Howard Cole shingle the wash hous~ Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. R. ,were in Smith Center Fri- day afternoon on business. Miss Fickle and Bill Black were in Smith Center Friday morning. Miss Fickle had her eyes tested. Mrs. Fred Johanek and 3 children and Miss Alma Jo- hanek of Nebraska City spent the weekend with rel- atives at Esbon. The Nebras- ka folks and Aubrey Gass family were Saturday even- ing supper guests at the Le- land Frosts and the Frosts and Nebraska folks were Sunday dinner guests at the Aubrey Gass home. Saturday and Sunday guests at the Gary Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mull and family of Great Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hamilton and family of Stockton and Mrs. Ed Smith and son of Lamed. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Broy- les were in Manhattan Sat- urday for Parents' Day and the Veterinary Open House at Kansas State University and were guests for dinner at the home of their daugh- ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry David, and 2 year old grandson, Bruce. John Stevenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Steven- son of Mankato, was recent- ly promoted to the rank of A/2c in the U. S. A. 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