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PAGE 4B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO "] Watmita Weir Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Doxon and family of Peru, Nebr. were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Doxon. Mrs. Golds Doxon of Jewell was a Sunday afternoon caller. Lonnie Hateshl of Greenleaf, Kans. and Richard Watson spent the weekend at the home of Richard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Watson. Both boys are attending Junior College at Concordia. Tom Porter and Mrs. Cleo Blanding spent Sunday at the home of their children. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blanding and daughters, of St. Johns, Kans. Richard Rumbaugh of Su- perior was a Sunday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clark. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hettinger have received word of the birth of a great grandson, William Jonathan, born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Berck of San Jose, Calif: on Oct. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peltier of Mateo, Calif. are the baby's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Free of Courtland were Sunday dinner guests of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Free and daughters. Cindy and Becky Free spent the weekend with their grand- parents, the Bill Frees. Mrs. John Magnusson visit- ed Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Raldo Hale at the Parkview Rest Home in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Garry Keeler and Lea Dawn of Mankato were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keeler, Julie and Jeff. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaac- son. Mr. Tim Marble and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell were Friday evening visitors of Mrs. Stella Patrick. Mrs. David Peters was hos- tess to a Stanley party at her home on Friday evening• Mr. and Mrs. Ross Higbee and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hig- bee were dinner guests Sun- day of Mrs. Mayme Butler. Mrs. Zella Wary of Salina was a weekend visitor of her sisters, Mrs. Leona Fleming, Mrs. Blake Dewey, and other brother, the McCunes. Mr. and Mrs. John Magnus- son attended an antique simw Sunday at the Armory in Belle- i ville. [ Mr. Lloyd Hettinger of Pratt] spent from Wednesday until[ Friday at the home of his bro- [ ther, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. ttet- ] 1 tinger. [ Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Field[ were dinner guests Saturday l of Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Gibson and Jill of Smith Center. Mrs. Vernie Emigh accompanied them and was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elwood. Mrs. Ella Patterson of Court- land and her mother, Mrs. Edythe Clark, of Burr Oak and Miss Elaine Patrick were dinner guests on Friday, Oct. 21. of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark and Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cunning- ham of Webber and his sister, : Mrs. May Whitwam. of Yuci aipi, Calif. were Wednesday :afternoon callers at the Mc- Cune home. The household goods of the late Bertha Greenberg will be sold at public auction on Sat- urday, Nov. 5, at the home in the northeast part of Formoso. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dieck- man and sons of Alton spent I ELECT RALPH ROADHOUSE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE 112th District Grew a up on farm and has been a farmer and stockman all of his llfe. Believes that agriculture and small industries should re- eelve the same consideration as industry in urban areas. Believes that educational development is essential and that our school system should be developed to fit the pattern of the communities rather than to attempt to make the com- munlties conform to the system of the urban areas. Pledges himself to oppose any increase in the sales tax and the gasoline tax. Pledges himself to do his best to serve the interests of the ll2th District if elected. Potitkai Advertisement Paid for by the Friends of Ralph Roadhouse.) U II I II I III the weekend visiting her mo- ther, Mrs. W. F. Logan, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaac.- son were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meeker in Mankato. In the af- ternoon they drove to llastings and visited Mrs. (;erlie Pat rick al the Roy I)rakc home. Miss Margaret l~al('h of Con cnrdia and Mrs. Jim Balch re turned home Wednesday l rom a weeks visit at the C, eorgb Balch home in Woo(t~ard. Okla. Miss Sarah Bair(I ~ho visited at the E. W. Wade home at Pratt rclurn(,d 1o h('r home with them. ,Sheryle Balch aeompanicd them home and will visit for an indefinite time with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ,lira t~ah'h. Mrs. tlugo Sodcr has r(qurn ed home l'rom a 2 \ve(,k~ xisit at the home of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. l)alc Ingersoll and sons, of Maple Plain, Minn. Chas. Hont. a resident of tile Good Samaritan Nursing tlome in Superior, spent Sattn'day at: the home of his sister, Mrs. tI. G. Field. and Mr. Field. Mr. and Mrs. l)cuayne land berg and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freeman and family of Court land spent Sunday evening at the honm of Mrs. l,in(lberg'~ mother, Mrs. Elsie Shedden and llelped her cek,l)r;d,e her 85th birthday. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. "Ghosts and Goblins", made up of Formoso grade and kin dergarten children, aecom panied by their teacher, par- aded down the main street on Monday afternoon, in obser- w|nce o1 Halloween. Several businessplaces treated the children. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weir and family of Belleville have may, e(l into the Ritter house, now O\Vlled I)y E. I3. Dewey. Nearly 201) peol)le attended the annual turkey dinner serv- e(I I).v Lhe [,'ormoso Community Church Ladies Aid on Tues- day evening. The Formosa Library Club met Friday afternoon at the Ix,glen Itall with I)ean Dewey m~d iVla3me Butler as hostess- es. The afle|'noon was spent socially, followed by refresh- Inents. The Rebekahs held their re- gular meeting on Thursday exening, Oct. 27. A report was gi\cn Ily Mrs. Elizabeth (;rinlm, the representative to the (h'and l,odge at ttiawatha, Kans. and Mrs. Avis Craw- ford accompanied Mrs. Grimm and also attended Grand I,o(tge. A nice lunch was serv- ed at the oh)so nf the meeting. Several members of the For- moso Chapter No. 353, East- era Star, attended the District No. 42 meeting at Jewell Frb day afternoon and evening• A I);m(luet was served at 6:30 folh)we(l by a nice program• Mrs. Carl Westin entertain ed the Tuesday Ten Club of Formoso at her home in Man- kate on Saturday afternoon. Those attending were Mrs. An- drew Stafford, Mrs. Orville • lames, Mrs. Cleo Blanding, Mrs. Isis Bowles. Mrs. Roy Hettinger, Mrs. Irl Snyder, RE-ELECT MURRAY FOR SHERIFF REPUBLICAN JEWELL COUNTY Law enforcement is becoming more of a profes- sion by the day. Lawmen today are faced with an ever increasing numher of situations. As it has al- ways been, Crime and Tragedy has no respect for the day, hour, weather and last but not least its VICTIM. Law Enforcement Officers can handle these situations only by training, experience, good judg- ment, and the cooperation of ALL citizens in their jurisdiction. With all of these combined, crime and tragedy can be greatly reduced. VOTE for the man that understands these con- ditions and kas proven himself willing to work for this goal. CHARLES R. (.IOCK) MURRAY (Paid for by Jewell County friends of Murray) II I| I I Thinking men and women In Kansas appreciate that Governor Avery was facing a Herculean task when he came into office in 1965. The state faced a possibility of It $15 million deficit for that year alone. Bill Avery had the courage to recommend a far-aighted program that will mean much to Kansas in the future. At long last, the burden of property taxes for financing schools has been shifted to a broad statewide tax base through sales and income taxes...certain=y a more equitable distributionl VOTE ffewell County Republican Central Committee, Calvin James, Chin, ]III I I I III i . Joerg and Glenwood Gertsonlhm adventures with an eleven were supper guests Friday ev-!year old t)n'y. She will also ening of Mr. and Mrs. Lllburn McDaniel of Randall• Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Itow land spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howland and family of Leonardville, Kans., and Mr. and Mrs. Ron- aid Koehn and son at Law- rence. Mr. and Mrs, h•vin Osborne of Webber were guests Sun- day of Mrs. Etta Young, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Joerg and Cindy of Manhattan were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Emma Joerg. Mr. and Mrs. Art Custer of Watonga, Okla, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kops of Southard, Okla. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kingsley. Mr. and Mrs. Wint Smith of Mankato were Sunday after- noon visitors. Mrs. Nellie Kastner of Kan- sas City, Kans. is a house guest this week of Mrs. isis Bowles. Mrs. Andrew Stafford will read "Sir Kevin of l)evon", a hey who lived long ago and so wanted to l)ecoln(, a knighl. "Rosalie, The Bird Market Turtle", and "The Cow Who Fell in the Canal". Mrs. Per cy Jepson donated bonl