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PAGE 6A JEWELL COUNTY KANSAS THURSDAY OCTOBER / / ! t [ Eddie Van Meter was crown- ! IP Ied King. The attendants ,I [were Jan Eitzman, Michael French, Hy-Klas 8 .... Birrell, Harold Fisher and 1~11. Harold Bothwell] I Darrell Hansn" D i l Mr. and Mrs. Albert War-I ~ " ~ re $S n fel and s~l, Stanley, of Lam- ] ~ = bert~ I!l. and Mr. and Mrs. l~r1~ABm,~ L. L. ~Davidson, Mrs. Carriej VUlgarlY" , '*'~, Thomasand [;lanche Thomasl l'ancy Mountain (;rown lb.llty-Klas, Plastic .lug Gal. Wat'fle, tly-Klas II were guests ()f Mr" and Mrs' J ~--"ltA '~ : -- Ige 6clBleacll' !Pc Syru t Frank Kissinger in Mankatol peiltOlild , i for dinner last Tuesday ev-I ..... ening. This same family J Mrs. Wilbur Obert t gro.t~ had dinner together| Thnr~dav (~et $1~ agai'ff at the Steak House its/ .. "-"";'7.-~' .';'~.:'.7" ............. . I lvir. anu ~virs. r~eu nougan Green, large fancy ,':tuft'ors each ]Seedless' Cal Ray 2 IJ) . .manKam wconesuay even-inf Costa Maca, Calif spent IIy-Klas baby 5- l0 Mrs,lng werewayre'm MankatOwilson, Mrs. 1' ' Charlie McCarty announc-", " ,, e ~[Cli Lillma" B Iz "' Isevera, days last week with Pe ppers 5c!Ratstns Mr; and Mrs. A. W. Wil-[D. L. Burdettes. Mrs. Hou- Son Friday./~an is the former Dorothy' iUel There they called on Mr. an0 |Burdette - , , [Hy-Klas Black, pure ground fly-Kiss Broccoli 3 - 100. Ruth Kmr: and Mrs. Grace [~s a Community Saleat Es-i 4 oz.." ~tser, ,ban on Oct. 15 at 1:00 p.M. ( alif. I'htme T6kay~ ,I}.l i~k 15C SPa Ki Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylo, |Anyone can list and sell at Grapes 3ciPepper of Concordia were dinne, l:hissale. : e rs 6cJ gu~t~ of Mr. and Mrs. Jess/ The t:sbon American Le-i Wilson Sunday. /:,'ion Auxiliary. Perry A Mr. and Mrs. Charlie RuE-]'i.amb Post 368 Past Presi- lly-l(las Grape 2 - 6 oz. C:L S sell left Tuesday morningldent's Parley are having j~ .... II "ta t, y-Klas 6 oz. ja" for Pennsylvania where they |card party Oct 8 at 8-00 1 (.reen, (,arden l~'re.~h (alil" .} bunc|lcsl "--~ -- -- iUe!e 3~ltj ' will visit their daughter'lM" atthe-Legkn Hall" Pitchl 0 n i 0 n s i)15clCoffee I ) Mrs, Steve Ordick, and her/Pinochle and Bridge. Prizes. t family. [,Everyone welcome. : Mr. and Mrs..Perry Roe | Odessa Aid will meet with R( ames F, gg 3 .|o 8o~ celebrated their 35th wed-IRuth Obert Thursday P, M. dinganniversary Sunday by[ Mr. andMrs. LelandBart-Newcrisp Fh)rida 3cellobagslGergmBy_ 4-2!/zTins $ Radishes 23clPeaches ' I00 Lady VesCy Room at the Ho- ] to Cedar Rapids, la. to visit tel Leslie in Superior. Rela- IDelbert Bartleys over the tines from a distance includ- Iweekend. They also visited : II ed Mr. and Mrs. Ed Troudt [Ivan Bartleys at Toms while of Burbank, Calif.,Jack|gone. They report an enjoy- y" ~' ';' rp c'al of month (caramel nut) Troudt arrd family from |able time. I lh)me ( rown red delicious 2 lbs. JMandarin, Empress 2 - 11 oz. i l/z hgal. Kearney, Nebr., Mrs. Jess| Frank Hall is staying with Apples 29C[Orang s' 49c ,,,,,,~ ['IPL l~rozcnCr 1V Swallow (Faye Busey) of lEthel Thomas. He came on of Houston, Tex. and Mrs. | Audrey Young had a Stan- Curtis Dunagan (Eunice Bus- |Icy Party Thursday evening. ii ey)of Bryan, Tex. J A very lovely shower wasK ' Pea i 49t3- 10 OZ. pkg$ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Youn~,lgiven for Judy and Randy ]Prune, tty-Klas Quart of Prairie Village were din- J Largent of Salina Sunday ev- K SHOPPEI J Juice 39c ner guests of Mr. and Mrs lening at the Westbranch ~1~ Fay Vestal Saturday. Mr. and |3choolhouse. A large crowd Mrs. Young came for the|attended and they received m Roe's anniversary. |nearly $75.00 on their man- Swift s I remium Sliced 1 lb. pkg. ' Mr. andMrs. Lawrenceleytree. The very best wish- CLOTHING i$ Valu Cream Style Golden 2-3(t3lins BaCOfl 69t Bothwell and daughters at- |cs.of the community go wi!h [ . ' .... tended a birthday dinner far/this free cuple" Judy Is still M0V NG Up iI /Corn :'I7c Nels Sorenson in Hardy Sat-lworking at nursing and her urday |husband works for Gambles Mr. and Mrs. Raymond /in ~Salina" .. _ Jms commumty was sao- Bnllard returned last week[ ...... Choice Round Pou wh r uened rrloay in me passing frora Caldwell, Ida. eel| ....... MENTTUIC' TO T.EIAit I I HRSTFLOOR TO M /Valu Cut Style II l iI l, 6- 303 Tins, b K " 75t. -v. t"d s"en" a week visit /of ~onme L~e~ey, a year am "tea" : ~h;~tl~hair ~n, Leonard -[daughterBeys Johnf McCleerysCurtney De-of inl IFIF lilkM = = ~' I I( 79 ~r and Mrs. Darreli Reed/ .. " "~ leer Fridav for a vacation in|tiara community are the WE ARE MOVING TIlE ('[,OTIHN(; I)EI AItT-/ l |l l II :~ttislana.- g andparents. Mrs..DeBey ~s Tha Webber Methodist /the former Jeamce Me- . ': W:S~C S "met at the church |Cleery. Connie was at school SHOPPING MORE CONVENIENT. IN ORDER ., 6- 300 Tins ~t* ;~adnesdav with 22/and apparently died of heart TO HAVE FEWER TIIINGS TO MOVE UP THE [M~l~d ~[J~l ' 71} Seitz Top Polish i ib, =h~"~n~t-~ests..resentlfailure Mr andMrs. Ceci, STAIRS, WE ARE OFFEI{ING THE FOLLOW- J'''I~ "FI ' III ) _., 5ausa!le 69c ~i~'---~i,,,,u2~ ~ .... ~ _~,,~|Davis and Mrs. and MCk: ING GREAT BUYS / ., ,- ,.N,,, .,,,. ........ yoo.~ ...... ~George Canes of Lincoln, Mrs. Elleanor Crispin were[.... , , """ Hy-Klas in gravy 4 - 31)0 fins ..... -~" ~"-- ~"rvi~" Web /l~leDr came ~unaay tar the ,,-, , ." ....... Reg. $S.9S Morgan-Jones Insular /ilh mm Vet nducted the Pled,e serwces to ne nero on lvion- / , )i l and the M*ss ona y/day.P'... at Dow s.._ 'l BI k I~son was, gz e by . ~ ' Fay Vagtal and s /ty will be held at 8"00P M t m ets /nut t~ ea c ___._. __ Mr_. A. W .... . . lty-Klas new soft lb. plastic tul ,'Wilson. ..... , Freshpork " '" M gart e Funeral services for Har-] lvnr. ana ~vxrs. Leo uoert] FOI~ ~1~" .~ old,!Dahl were held in Far-]are enjoying a visit tramI $4,1 8 alLIS !i'C al' .... : : mo~ last Tuesdav Burialltheir son, Capt. Carroll ObertI -ln Webber Ceme-Iand wife and family. Satur-] ( ~" ~day evening Mr and Mrs] .... :'V~. " " ~ " n Gary Meyers and family Dr Mrs. Dorothy Slone a d . , M.i~ Lucille Graham of Las and Mrs. Francm Obert of Reg. $7.98 and $8.98 Lady Peppcrell and Chatam Hy Kiss fancy whole , Fresh Lean Boston Butt Pork lb. , ~e~:;~i.thMe.irV,sSl:tdr at~h: ReedrC~bUd,t oM[~ebaandnMh~:: ,l - :,|':, g .... 'l~la C~isDi* last week ' and Mrs Sam Obert and Mr : Mrs Randall] and Mrs. Wilbur Obert and / ; .......... h Rick returnfamily visited at the leo Cleveland an ....... , l:Ol r m California uoerts ana t~arrou snoweu I II i ..... ed Monday f o . ' Jiffy I .... ' .... " .... visi l some p~ctures of Vmt Nam ~: Wh~re they have been t- , , . from wnere he has recently ~.~ ' thepast few weeks. Vjda Goodall left on ,Monday for her home in Tul- I: ~U' Okla. after spending a .... w~th her aunt Mrs.' :: Herman. Mrs. 0. V. Dart California visited Mrs. at the Verlan home. Helen Uzdill of Man- i,called on Mrs. Charlic Thursday evening. Julia Dahl of Greeley, 'Who came for the fun- !~of Hai'old Dahl left on Topeka where relatives. Julia Dahl, Mrs ,Dalai, Mary Dahl and ~: ,Ross were dinner .... Of Anna R. Graham Bernice Reed enter- with a coffee for Mrs. Friday afternoon. those were Mrs. Ed- Ross, Mrs. A. W. Wil- Jess Wilson, Mrs. Dahl, Mrs. Earling Mrs. Tom Dahl, Mrs. Mrs. Anna R. I and Dollie Vale. Mrs. Dale Crispin, 1 Mrs. Marshall Bis- and Mrs. Harry Sor- of Superior, Mr. and Wyatt, Mr. and Derowitsch of Mr. and Mrs. Guy of Superior and Mrs. Ollie Crispin '.on Floyd Sisson ~lur- week. Floyd is satisfactorily af- recent surgery. Davidson was game at Friday evening. returned, He feels it is a very necessary action we are taking there and that we should back our country in its stand Perhaps if a little more truth and less propa- ganda were printed, Every- one would be better off on the Viet Nam War. Paul Hesting took George to the bus at Cawker City Sunday to return to Califor- nia to Navy duty and then ate dinner with Joe Reinerts. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simme- link were afternoon callers. Stanley Hesting was hurt in the Burr Oak football game Friday night Donald Seaton, cousin of Ethel Thomas, from Blue Ra- pids spent Tuesday night visiting Ethel and Jack, tle was returning from a visit to Colorado. Ethel Thomas received word that her brother, Dean Bartley's son-in-law, was killed in an auto wreck in California. John Frost visited his grandparents, the John Phil- lips, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fraass went to Manhattan Saturday, Parents' Day, for a visit with their son, Ronald, and to attend the football game. They also visited with Steve Kale, who also lives in Fel- lowship Hall. Rev. and Mrs. Mike Hines, Mr. and Mrs. John Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Hamilton and children at- tended the Dedication Ser- vice at the Christian Church in Belleville for ,the new classrooms and children's chapel Sunday afternoon. @ These blankets are right for these cool nights and wouhl also make lovely gifts. All Styles in ,Jockey The Reguhtr Price Girls Truly Fair , zc to (;X Size 7 to 14 One rack of Ladies THIS SALE BEGINS ()(,TOILER 13 AND RUNS UNTIl, OCTOBER 19 WE PLAN TO HAVE ALI, OUR STOCK ON THE FIRST FI 'LOOR BY OCTOBER 24 SO THAT OUR CUSTOMERS WILL HAVE ONE-STOP, I ONE-FLOOR SHOPPING CAKE MIX Asst. Flavors 9 oz. pkg. FRUIT COCKTAIL IIy-Klas Fancy 4 - 303 Cans H. K. Unsweetened & weetened ,Fancy Fla. Valencia 2 - 46 oz. cans l '? 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