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October 13, 1966     Jewell County Record
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"ii i: ..... ;: ' Pendembu, Sierra Leone, West Africa. Co-valedictor- hasian of Mankato High 1960 hebeen working on his doc- torate at the University of Trade and Transport; a Study :i in Entrepreneurship is his i er Clerk of the thesis. His field of anthro- pology has required study in : Selective Service several foreign universities. l ard, reports Donald : /lyrm McElroy has enlisted A meeting for all interest- ed in CROP, the Christian in, the= Air Force. Rural Overseas Program, lclal Cases: will be held at tiarmony Me- 'ttfarold L. Posson, speed- thodist Church at 2:45 P. M. $45.00 and costs. Sunday, Oct. 16. CROP Rupha H. Slate, passing frees people from hungers of insufficient clearingall kinds. County committee: 7 $ :and costs, memhers are Rev. Dean J. Howell allowingRose, Robert Switzer, Lon ':: ::!:tll , , thorized minor to dr ve, Durkee, Rev. Paul Temple, . " j l and costs. Rev. Alsobrooks, Rev. David Trott and Carl Westin. l,o,tei- .. Emil A. Wanek, inade- mifety equipment, for- and costs. J Oct. 7 at 8:45 p. m. miles east and .2 mile Mankato, Leo P. !lag hit a calf behmging Judy. The estimate damage to the car was There were no in- k y, Oct. 5 at 8:25 Lena E. Berry of Man- a 1960 Ford col- Mrs. Lovona Bartley hmia PTM held their Oc- tober meeting Monday even- ing Oct. 3. A nice program was enjoyed and refresh- ments served by the social comm it tee. Some milo was combined last week. The moisture con- tent is dropping fast the past few days. Test weight is reported exceptionally ,/ COUNTY MANKATO KANSA q HURSDAY at an intersection with H. Jacobson. The es- damages were $200. car and $150. to vehicle. There injuries to the driver in either re- m Sept. 29 at m..3 mile south of Beth Jeff cry, .' Oak; driving a 1959 hit a calf. The ap- damage to the car The value of was $300.00. Oct. 4 at 11:30 2 miles south and .2 Mankato, Carol :ROe, Burr Oak, driving a load,d with en- Upset. There was damage to the truck. no injuries. Clerk Alvin C. Jr. is attending an Offi- meeting at Island, Nebr. #Treasurer Faye that tax will be mailed the good this week. This week will find lots of combining done if sunshiny days con- tinue. Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Knight of Stockton are vis- iting their daughter, Mrs. Dale Birdsell, and family and his sister. Mrs. Rolla Dietz. and family. hmia Garden Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Ahlvers. Ionia Sportsman and Coon Hunters Club are sponsoring a Fish Fry for members and their families at the Coon 'Hunters Hall Thursday ev- an and family were Sunday[is a senior in High School.]Kans. visited their sister, " lse Sellhorn, Mrs. O. R. Beel- of Mrs. Grace ening, Oct. 20, beginning at guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim [The' Swank's older daughter [Mrs. Ola C. Wilbeck, one af- er and Mrs. Mary Hanson in her sons, Mr. 6:30 p. M, McMillan. [is a sophomore at Hays Iternon last week. the Lewis Home. . n(en and boys Several families from here Mrs. Rex Henningsen was[State College. [ Guy and Donald Folsom Those coming to see Mrs. lic nncl Mr. and were in Superior Thursday hostess Friday evening for a[ ]of Randall and Frank Fol- Hattie Love last week we|'e .lensen of Scandi evening for their "Moonlight coffee and baby shower hon-[ ,__ - t [som of Jewell called on her s(,p,,s, Charlie of t':sb(m Mr. and Mrs. Sale" from 7 to 9 P.M. ()ring Mrs. Jane Patton. IWMlilk#lalll it, Itheir aunl/, Mrs. Mattie and Glenn of Maid.:at ). her (','lt ()f R;mdall ( Mr. and Mrs. Denzit A pot luck dinner was[ IIIJUt, ll} Smith, Surm4W. brother, Mr. R()II: day on his mnther Knight and Mr. and Mrs. held Sunday at the .lewell[ Miss Sellhorn ae- and Mrs. Miller and'h,r ,i," Barrett. Rolla Dietz and Sherri spent Lodge Hall honoring Mr. and[ Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 companied Mrs. Leo Parsons granddaughter Mrs t;L'm Ti,.' Reverend Mr, Thursday evening in Salina Mrs. Denzil Knight of Stock-'lA. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:01)- and Mrs. Lawrence Stedman Rightmeier Advdi: ',ilgwu( held the ,{ and l tmhard, serwce at ton. Calif. Those attending[8:00 P.M. to Beloit Friday afternoon. ' ' ' " visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank were Mr.and Mrs. Dale[ Recent callers of Mrs The ladies visited Mrs. Lou-I Sunday aftern( on limes played Burk. " ' " Mr. and Mrs. Archie Tuck- Birdsell and family, Mr. and ]Matti~i Metz have include'd ............. er, Mrs. Joe Reinert, Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Brad :n and i the Reverend Mr. Michael m m m Floyd Simmelink, Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Garret* Phil-lltines and Mrs. Will Lager- m= th,s u" Hesting, Mr. and Mrs. lips, all of .lewell; M,. and lgren, l ll Wayne Underwood, Mrs. Mrs. Ora Bennett of LitUel mu,, r oohtola of []IPlll , v V Ethel Thomas, Mrs. Leland River Mr and Mrs Donald In llllli Jon-s of ~' ' ~" M "" , ,, I t~rlgnton, v.olo, was a ~ues- Bartley and Mrs. Glenn Bart- .~ e;. , D~!Olt!, 13".,{Inu lvl.rs, iday morning visitor in the nap Icy attendedFridaytheafternoon.fUneral ser-He f'~'m iy'rranK l~nrK (,i Sann:r lvtr ... ,at. r- al||U L t,t i,t~ k[~. Otr~5 ~70u vices of ,lames Owens at Red i Mr.'. .sffB