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COUNTY RE(X)RD November S, 1970 Page 6 -Sectien 2 eligible to p~rCici~te since the ku'isdi~tim~ Of the St~erior Lodge extends to I-I~ ~e in Jewel County. Registrstioa for the ~ic w~ll be~ ~t 7:30 a.m. wi~ e~amtn- a~ions be~img at 8:~0 a,m Registration wi:tl dose at 10:~0 a.m. ~'he clinic is desiy~d to provide medics~ exami~atlons for ~cffve end new patients needing specialized treatment. T~e medical sta,fif will tnciude: F. S. Webster, M.O., an Ortho- pedist ~a-om Lim:~n, and Jack Tren~a~, M.D., Pediatrician. X-rays wM be *aken at the Neckol~ CounW Hospital. Kansas children requiring fttr. flier treatment wi~I be refer~ed to the Cripp,led ChLldren'e de- pa~'ntmt in 'l~pek~. ~ doo- tots are to be n'oti~ied o~ t~e clinic to antlc~pate requests for the necessary referral forms. Services for Crippled ChJl. dren, a di.vlsi~n ~! the Dew, art. sent of Pu~Itc Welfare, ogt~rs a prog~m'n of medical treatment tot children under the a~e of 2I w~o su~er from certain trip. piing conditions or condltlons w~h4ch lead to crt~ppting. Treat. mere is provided to thane chil- dren who 'are booth medically and fma~la,l~ eligible. E~ligl. bility 6'or service is det~d following a medical teem exam. nation and consideration Of th~ family's fina~cial res.ources. A lunch w~.:'l be provided by the ~Elks Lcd~ge fer ~1~ children and ~amilies and sta~'f ~ho at- tend t~e ctin~, Ntms added. pme~ ObRum7 ~.~Vern James P~x~er was born November 13, ~9~, to Ja~o~ and Pa~ Pixler sl ~urr Oak, Kansas, ancl passed am'aT OctOber 31, lS70, at the ~,ge of 64 years, tl monthS, and 14 da~. He died suddenly of a heart attack whi~e at work. He ~i~ed all his ~e in ~urr Oak, K,an~as. was ma~ied to Marie II I I ANNUAL FALL DINNER Ualt~I Methodkt Church -- Burr Oak SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 I;.'30 to 7:110 Cafeteria Style Ham -- Chick~ amiNoodl~ Came ~ you are. Pay what you pl~um. Ill FOR 10 DAYS EACH MONTH WE STOP THE CLOCK Scottisk rite dast is named for R. W. Samuelson This year's autumn class of the Saline S:otUsh Rite bodies is named for the late Rudolph W. "Sarmn,v" Sarrmelson, a long- time Saline banker. Family affair The class rites are sotnothln~ of a family affair for the Thomp. ~. Included in the class are Herald L. Thomnson: his broth. or, Lawrence W., their res~c- tire sons, R~cbard L,. an,~ Law. fence A., and Herald Thorns- son's son:In.law, Charles R. Noble. All live at Mankato. - sa~ Jourrml Dodge City Hi@ SChool. ' Daar Mr, ~d, I want to e,ay thank you for the piece in yottr ptaper about Joe. He w~mld be very pfleased. ~s he grew older he wetd_d talk mere and more of old friends there; even rex~arked when we retired we sltotrld have r~ to M]ank~to. We left there thirty years a@o and had th, ed there twen~ee yea.rA 'He k~ved 1~orida .s~so, and our yard is a mass of trees, slwt~ and flonv~rs, a~ planfed cared for W Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ~Pi~vi~ and Debra were S~uday dinner ,g~ests of her parents, lV~r. and Mrs. ~ U~terkofier ,in Beloit. Mr. a~d Mrs. Pa~ lq~t~bttn entertained at ~ Sunda~ evenhtg in honor of the~ son, ~I'om, on his bir~day. Mr. end M~s. Torn l~ason, Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hen sen a~d S~ammn, G~ Gratopp end ~ard Be~remdt were suests., , West Marsk Mrs. Vachel Crawfe~ EARNINGS PAI~. 31 and JUNE 30 Each Member's Account Insured up to $20,000 by the Federal Saving and Loan Insurance Corporation, an Agency of the Federal Government. . B.elleville u,ld,ng & Loan Assoiotion kay. .Krnold ,Rose received a badly l~erated hand while loading hogs last week. Soy. oral stitches were required to close the wound. Mrs. Mary Fedde and Mrs. ~nnm Brinkworth accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Waymen Delp, Edmond, Kans., to Manhattan to spend the weekend wih Dr. Roger Fed- de and family. Other guest~ were Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Fedde, ~Shawnee, Mr, and Mrs. Loren Delp, Topeka, and Lind& Fedde, a KSU student. The men attended K-State- Mluourl game. Mr, and Mra Frank Burk of Saline were Saturday overnight and Sunday guest~ at the Rglla Diets home. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bart. ley received a telephone call Sunday afternoon from their son, Glenn, Jr., Hastings, Minn., telling them their lit- tle grandson, Stephen :Bart. }ey, had been iil with pneu. rnonla but w~s thought to be |reproving It was sleeting and starting to snow there when he called. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Leonard and daughters were Sun@ay afternoon and supper guests aL the Roll'a Dietz home. The foliawlng enjoyed a pot-luck supper and card party Thursday evening with Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Bra- den, Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Linden ,Sample, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose, Mr. and Mr.~. Tom Miles, and Mr. and Mrs. Garrets Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Phil. lips visited Mrs. Wilmer Cooper, Glen Elder, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. I~rry Phillips and family spent Saturday at the Garrett Phillips homo a~d Lsrry and Dee .Dee help- ed b~tng Cattle home from pasture. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Phil. lips spent .Saturday with M~ and Mrs. Gordon Alcorn. Judy Ahlvers, Chsnutc. end Mr, and Mrs. Dale Ah. vers called their father, Johr~ Ahlvers, Wednesday to visit with him on his :birthday. Mrs. Rolls Dietz visited Mrs. J@hn .Ahlvers Thursday afternoon. John Burdett was taken to +.he Mitchell County hospital last week for medical care, He hopes to be home in a few days. Mr. and Mrs, Terry Phillips and family mere Sunday a~. ternoon and supper gu.esto at the Garrett Phillips home. Limestone Valley 4-H lead. ere and Junior leaders plan to meet at Coonhuntem l~all Friday evening to.make out the program books for the coming year. ,Some motlutre pMn to attend to make phme for the 4-H aehlevertmnt born* quet. ~8ehool etudenta will an. joy ~ holiday thi~ weekend aa teachers' meettn~ ~e scheduled. Football pines will be played Tue~l~ eve, nfng, Carol @cMrddt, who is ~. tending b~uty sehool ix Manhatten is home for a while. Her mother Mn. Don ~hmidt is hospit~llsed fol- lowing surgery. Mrs. '8hmidt is doing u well as can be ex. peered. Mr. and Mrs. Rolht Diets were Wednesday dinner gue~t~ at the Lynn Dlet~ home at Beloit. Mrs. Glenn Bm-tley vkited Mrs. Jennin~ Borger Wed- neday evening while Glenn a~nd Jenn~ns~ were in Man. III I I I DANCE November 7 -- 9:00 p.m. DAL Trio Country and Western MuSic ionia, Kansas cmm V cen Gy= i Mankato FRIDAY. SATURDAY . NOVEMBER 6 - 7 - $ Dice was his vice... Men hers. BeatW b~'. amd Mrs. Doyle Patee Ver~e s,,td ~amlb- spent last weekend ~ffLm Veva with the ~ and Morris Hi~ Stmd~.y mats. was borne Mrs. ~a Ben&s" tree Stover, ~ the Glen :Me. altd M~s. Pleren~e Headley kamm~, tim ~rom ~ Oak, a sister..in ,-~t~ la Wlc~i~ta, of Ida, visited in our home on era at NeW.o~. M~ondo~y ~'ternoon. They. came JUDY, to look at my Sunk and I re- man and Ida as ~0zn Bender ~ Oak wbe~ s~e ran a ease in Esbon. with Dad and x tl~ 0msbee ea~ed me ning. ~ttffe T~esday and said ttm I.~ena Geandtm F~ate warned her to call me d~" and and tetl me ~at Une.~e Everett 'Fals I.a~g bad passed asv~y. His fun- l~y Ni~t for eeal was Wednesday a~t Min-I.~'s make it mmpelis and burial was in Ban, a~l the coon da~. ,He ami Atmt iMattie had ~eon settip, g just been moved to a home btlbs, and down by ~aliam. mm~ Lena A~l~rs caned me and some mere said tha~ they took John Bur. ~ to rent deft to the hosp/ta~l a~n Fri- {Pard Hein'~ day. John sure Isa'.t a bR we~. ioR and Dee Dad and I went to Esbon ~ eyeing in Wednesday on some business, envy ore" I saw Mrs. Herman 1~ at neck. her eie4er'e variety store. She Mr. and said they had tvim~ ~ ~ver. from AMen, son to the hospital. S~b/~ Finch W~ aRemoon Clyde ~ where she and I e~led ~t the beauti~ and Mrs. JL~ cmmtry home of Mr. end Mrs. ~ tm~ SOaitley ~a~. I wm~d to find brought S~bi~ out when rr~ clu~ from u~ in from her at ~otmtry ~t I used to be- $amt~ in loag to was meetly. Orp~ ~ad a n~ce bad m~red me to come and I ~ower sister w~mt to go. last week. b~at~e Wr~t Ms me that nice venation. her mother is doing real well ~md the@ thoug~ they world ~la Jenglra know this week ff s~e would visited trten~ need rome g~Ring done. ~i&W borena, Mike, Terry. C~'eg to Ilupedor sM ~ Jo Pate ea~led ~t mo~dag. our home ~tmt a few mi, n~es to MI~ ~$ get ,m.kto~'s boots that lind been stme ;~t here Stmcley. They were w*~ee ~e @clog on to Heloit to eee the Now, ~ Is W De| MEAN| SENIOR "DANGER PLAY un GI R L WORKING" Mystery Comedy by James Reach Presented November ~.ittle Theater Matinee 1:00 P.M. Grades.-25c High School--7~e 8:00 P.M G~ 1 thin