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PAGE 6B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO. KANSAS OCTOR Waunita Weir The main event in the news here-this week, of course, is the ~ain wreck which occurr- ed late Monday night. Regular train service has been resum- ed over a sloe fly, by pasing the wreckage. Contents of tile wrecked, box cars and tile crtmhed Mustang autos were loaded on motor transits and haul(d away. It was believed at first the Formoso Elevator co~t~ be Saved, but later, ol- ficiala advised it be torn down. All:~aln was removed by a fleet af huge gram transports from Texa+. By Saturday the str~tare, which was built about 1916, was razed to the grotlad by means of a huge crane:+In spite of tile peak el mile harvest, business at lilt, elevator office went on its us uaL with grain being stored in large steel bins. Sightseers from far and near have been on hand continuously since early Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs Rex Stransky and Mr. and Mrs. Paul ttand Icy and children of Munden were Sunday dinner guests of ]~.r. and Mrs. John Magnusson at the Buffalo Roam steak house at Mankato in obser vance of Mr. Stransky's birth day. Mr. and Mrs Willard La Bounty of San Diego, Calil. were house guests over the weekend of their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clark. Norman Doxon o[ near To peka was a caller Saturday afternoon at the home of his uncle. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Doxon. Sunday dinner guests of the Doxons were Mr. and Mrs. John Doxon and son, Richard, of Omaha. and Miss Shanburg of Wakeeney, Kans. .Mrs. Vernie Emigh was hos tess to the Mystic Circle Club on Thursday afternoon. Mrs Ethel (Kingsley) Cortner of Los Angeles, Calif. wits a guest. Mrs. Maxine Dempse5 was in charge of the program. Nice refreshments were serv- ~1. Mrs. Georgia Stafford enter- tained the Helping Hand Club on Thursday afternoon with all members present but two. h> vited guests were Mrs. Lynn Volker and Mrs. Theresa Ho- well. Nice refreshments were served by the hostess. Buddy B. Bowles of Law rence, Kans. was a supper guest Tuesday evening of Mr. at~t Mrs. John Magnusson. ~r. and Mrs. Howard Buck- neff: of Hardy and Mr. & Mrs Earl Tobias were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs Marvin Nelson and family. Mrs. Rosa Roberds passed away Monday, Oct. 10, at the Belier)lie hospital following a lingering illness. Funeral ser- vices were held at the Kramer Funeral Home in Mankato on Wednesday with burial at Mt. Hope Cemetery near Mankato. Mr. and Mrs, Edd Stansbury were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hane3. (,[' Reput)lie. Marttn Johnson passed away on Oct. 14 at the Heloit hospi tal where he had been a I)a- Lient for stx weeks. Memorial ~ervices were held Sunday at 1 he Wesleyan Methodist Church in Mankato with burial :n tile Baleh Cemetery at For '.'I1OSO. Mr. W. E. Payne of Ingle wood, Calif. and his daughter, Mrs. ,Julius Schneider and hus band of San Diego. Calif. were visitors Wednesday of Mrs Vlaude Sears. That eveninp. tile3 ~ere all SUl)per guests el Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias were coffee guests Saturday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Cart l,'h)rell. Tilt, I.adies Aid of tile l,'or- moso Comniunity Church will hold their annual Turkey Din ner on Tuesday evening, Oct =5. at the cltureh dining hall. Serving starts at 5:30 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Milford John ~on and I.)onnie o[ Malizan(,lH. Colo. were called here htst week on account of the death of his father. Martin Johnson. They also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Payne. Rev. and Mrs .lanles Gray of Valley Center. Kans. were dinner guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins. Mrs. Maude Abram and Mrs. Jim Abram of .lamestown were Tuesday afternoon visilors. Mr and Mrs. Roy Weir of gelleville were dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber. Sr. Mrs. Bert Payne was hostess to a family gathering Sunday evening in honor of her hus band's birthday. Guests were: Mr. Bert Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Payne and farnily, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Stansbury and Richard and Frank Payne of Formoso Mr. and Mrs. Mil- ford Johnson and Donnie nf Manzanola. Coin.. Mr. and Vernon Quy and Margaret of Superior. Nebr.. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stansbury and sons. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pipet" and son of Beloit. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were serv- ed by the hostess. Mrs. Jessie Jennings, a res- ident of the Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Superior was admitted this Monday to a Superior hospital for tests and observation. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jepson returned home Thursday af ler spending a few days at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Romjue and daughter at Kearney, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Meter of Lovewell were Sunday evening supper guests of tim Jepsons. Mr. and Mrs. Don l)unn trod daughter of Webher called Sunday at tile Edd St;msbury llOnle Mr anti Mrs. Smilh Ilo~a lan(I el Elkhart. Ind, Sl)t'm the past week visiting his ntt)thcr. Mrs. Maude ttowhmd, and oth er relatives and friends. Mrs Minnie Stafford. Mrs. Anth'ew Stafford and Mrs. t[o ward Field. ,h' sl)ent I~lq{ x,,Vt'd Ilesday at the honle ()l MI'. anti Mrs. Mataska hi Phillipsbur~. Mrs. Mataska is the l'orn-ier Edna l)unn. Mrs. Statio l)unn of l)enver. Coh). was visilin~ her daughter, Mrs. 1Vlalask~i. Illd W~,lS hapl)y to xisit the }"Ol'lll()(} relatives. Glen Gertson has t)et(n dis missed from tim St. Joseph hospital ill Concordia and is convalescing at tile Ilome el his sister. Mrs. l,hnnla ,Joer,ff,. After a few weeks he ~,,I re llirn to his home nl Los All geles. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. (;eor~e Shed lien left Thurs(lay Ior their ht)me In Encino. Call(, folh)w ;ng a 2 wt,elis visit with Mrs. Elsie Shedden and friends. 'Pitt, l)ouble-Six Chih tiler on Friday al the honm ()l Mrs. Gladys ttighee. 9 nlelnbers and one guest. Mrs. Maymt, [~utler. were presell(. Three memt)ers re('elved t)h'thdav pae],;.aizes from their tteart Sisters. Tile hostess served a nice lunch. Mrs. erie Cunningham of Webber and her sislerin law. Mrs. Maye Whitman of Yu eaipa. Calif. called on Ftn'nlo so friends Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wall.er Fall and daughter from Calif()rnia were callers one day last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,Jim Balch. Mrs. Isis B()wles has return el| heine ITem a visit with tel aTives and friends al Atwo(id Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Field. ,lr. were Sunday dinner guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. lh)ward Field, Sr. in ol)ser- vance of the birthday of Ho- ward Field. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howland and family of Lennardville. Mrs. Maude Howland and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Howland were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Howland and Terry in honor of Terry's birthday. Miss Suzy is a gray stltlhTel who lives happily in her oak tree home until she is chased away by some mean red squirrels. But soon she finds a beautiful dollhouse and meets a band of brave toy soldiers .... I I I TIME LAG ~RS BE. AMERICAI /s / time to start sav/nff for those carefree years after retirement? Open an Insured savings account now. r][~e in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F,D,LC. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 How Miss Suzy and the sold- iers help each other makes a gentle, old fashioned tale that lil)ys and girls won't want to miss )is Mrs. J. W. Clark will read Saturday, Oct. 22, at 3:30. Site will also read "Geof ale" tilt, story of a little ghost who couldn't find anyone to hat)ill and selections el Wall l)isncy's "Trut, l,ift, Adven I I11"1'%", ill](] "Nt)l'nl;in the I)oorlllan". Tilt, Athena Junior ~,\'olnell'S Clut) presented the following children's books to lhe lihrary Saturday: "The Mouse anti the MoTorcycle" t)~ llcv(,rh' ('h';ir\. "Walt Dis- t(,t"s Trut. I,ilc Advent(ires", "(ills WaS ;i l~'l'ielidly Ghost" i)v .Jane Thayer. alld "'The flouse on East 88th Street" by l'lernard Waller. This is Na- lhmal t/ihh, Week and on dis- Ill;t3 are scvcral t)ooks which ~ll't" fleet] i't'ierence books to tilt" Hible. Mr. ,Johil llialt is to I)e the speaker al tile (hde(in service in the Conlniunity Church this Suilday nt}rning, tit, rel}re- selns this inh'rnatitlnal Chris- li;ll/ I)usint'SSlll ell"< Ol'~;llliza- lioll ill lilt, !td~inkatoSlll)erior areal ais he speaks about the work of {tit, (;ldeons in plae- J[lff Ilil)les anti New Testa- meres ill ntany i)laees throtlgh otlI lhe nnlion ,in(t worl(t. Mr. lliatl ~ill also i)resenl Sl)('eial musi(' in SOl)ft. along with Mrs. /(i)bin Anderson. Rex'. Paul Temple returned bite Thursday nit~ht lasl week Iron~ l(alisas City, where tie had been ielping in the con- slrtK'(ion of ;I n("~,' building ~hieh will house the Stone- ernft Book and Supply Store. The store worl,;s it1 collabora- tion with Village Missions. CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks to the many friends and rehttives for all the cards, letters, rio- wers and visits while I was in the hospital. Glenn Gertson. CARD OF APPRECIATION My sincere thanks to my friends and relatives for those h)vely cards and visits while I was in the hospital and since returning lome. Mai'~arot M Gertson ROSA ROBERDS Rosezetta. House was born to Richard and Armildia House Dee. 19, 1885 near Summersville. Me., Texas County, the eleventh child of a family of fourteen children, and departed this life Oct. 10, 1966. She was preceded in death by her father, mother, seven brothers and five sisters, and one grandson. She was united in marr- iage at West Plains. Mo. to John Alva Roberds on April i home and the many interests 23, 1917. To this union one that make childhood fasci- son was born. nating. Sunday "School and In her early life she be- vacation Bible School have came a Christian and joined been two major affairs in the Methodist Church where her thinking. Recently a she was a faithful worker, third was added.. A month teaching the primary Sun- ago she started to kinder- day School Class and was garten and her cry t)f joy also Secretary and Treasur- has since been full and (iv- er of the Sunday School. 3r. For a few brief years she has brought indescribable joy to her parents, sister, orother, grandparents and all who knew her. Whatever happiness she did not ex- press with her lips, was al- ways discernible on her f::ce, for her eyes con,tinu- erflowing. Her mother af-(.I y sparkled with enthus- She leaves to mourn her firmed that this last mont~ :asm and joy. Christ how- passing her son, Cecil Alva, had been the happiest of he ever has decreed that the and family of Beatrice, Neb., life. Playing on the pla~ wo:k of this Jewell shall be four grandchildren, three ground at school Friday af- great grandchildren, one sis- ternoon, she suddenly fell i, ter. Mrs. Emma Kilts, and a the ground. Discerning-; al number of nieces and ne-once that somelhinla w-is phews, amiss, her teacher vaThered Services were held at the her in her arms and rushed Kramer Funeral Home Oct. her into the school. Medical 12, 1966 with the Rev. aid was summoned and al George Sills officiating, her side almost immediately Interment was made in but all efforts faih:d, li the Mt. Hope Cemetery, pleased the Lord to usbe,, Mankato, Kans. Casket her from earth to Glory bearers were Richard Ro- since medical invesli;aution berds. Donald Seward. Ray- has revealed she was a vic- mond Hancock, Clarence tim of acute Rheums/Jr l:ev- Blaylock, Quincy Sills, and Laverne Dempsey. CONNIE LEE DeBEY Connie Lee DeBey, oldest daughter of Courtney and Jeanice DeBey, was born April 20, 1961 at Smith Cen- ter. Kans. and departed this life Friday, Sept. 30, 1966 at Downs. Kans. at the age of 5 years, 5 months and 10 days. Connie has always been an energetic, enthusiastic, radiant child. She has thor- oughly enjoyed her family, man He represents INVESTORS Diversified Services, Inc., ex- clusive national distributor for four mutual funds Including INVESTORS Stock Fund. Ask him howyou can acquire ahares of INVESTORS Stock Fund for $20 a month with INVESTORS Accumulation Plan, (initial payment $40) For prospec. tue-booklet on INVESTORS Stock Fund and INVESTORS Accumulation Plat1, call the telephone number below, Or clip the complete advertise- ment end mall It to your IN- VESTORS men. ALBERT WAUGH 214 N. Walnut, Beloit, Kan. Phone PE 8-3850 ill ad