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November 10, 1966     Jewell County Record
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November 10, 1966

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3EV LL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO. KANSAS THURSDAY, I0, e |e le o 0i :: ~nkatn Seniors 1967, Front Row, left (o right: Ralph Ozmun, Mike Grout, Mike l~urke. Back Row,left to right: Rodney Cline, Patrick Peteete, Keith Garman, David :,i M~denhall, J. C. Clegg, Melvin Kitts. |~ Mr. and Mrs. Otto l~(,nkin ltathbuns, the afternoon heginning at were Sunday evening gues(s of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun, 1:30 p. m. There will be a Mr. mid Mrs, Chester Van Me-Patricia and Tom, Mr. and Christmas party folh)wing the h'r Mrs. Myron lntermill, Mary meeting. The committee in Mrs. Bessie Boyce spentand Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Mar charge is Mrs. (;h'n Kindler, We(lnes(lay ;d'l.(,rnoun and vin Webber and Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence .lensby an(i Thursday with her niece, Don- Mrs. Darrell l{eed and l)ennis. Mrs. Claude Frost, assisted mi Marr, and her hroth(,r, Tom Mr. an(l Mrs. Raymond l,ee(.e I)y Miss I,'h,nl, ie. Myers, at the Marr hmne. Mrsand Bt,rnard, an(l Mrs. ,John l)(m't forget the dat('s l'n('n Mm'r look ImP to the home ofSpringer attended the 4 It lit(reed ahove. Mrs. Ella Sunmu,rs on Thm's Achievement B;mquet in Man-[ Mrs. Claude Frost, I).ILC. (lay. She later went to N(,lsoll kato Saturday (w()ning. l - ....... to meet h(,r son and family Mr. and Mrs. Erick Iteit-[Jewellettes Meet ;,t the I.ov I)avidson hl)llle tn )Tlan, Diane and Kenny were return to her home in Wyo. Sunday visitors of Mr. and The cooks of the Jewell ruing. Mrs. Kenneth lh,nriksenin Grade School, Jewell, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Che.';ter VanCourthmd. imstcd the Jewe]lettes on Oct. Meter drove (.o Bellevilh, Fri- Mr and Mrs. I)ale Crispin, 117 at 7:00 P. M. (h,v afternoon for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leeeej Mrs. Julia Jacobus of the Mrs. Van Meter's brother andan(I I~,ernard, Mr. and Mrs.Red (~ross l)isasttq: Team, Wi- wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ches l)oole. I)arrell Reed and l)ennis, Tom chita, Kans. spoke on "l)isas lVh'. and Mrs. Fre(I Ros~ and Patrieia Rathbun attend-ter Mass Feeding". Mrs. Ja drove to (Jolby Friday to visit ('d the football game in Gene /heir son, Marvin Ross, and family. They ran in(o snow at Norh)n I)ut it was not heavy ('notlj~h to deteI" lht!lIl. They contacte(l aneth('r Iravel('i' who said (h(,re was snow at Oher lin. The Ross' rt,turn(,d honie Sunday. Keith I(us~(,ll of Wehb(,r and Jim l)m'sell ot Superior were gu(,sls ,)I' Iti('har(l t,e('ce Sun (lay cohus explained in detail: (I) va Friday (>vening. Mr'. and Mrs. Keith Me- Keown and family were Stm day guests at, Wade 13suers in Clay Center. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller of Nel.~;on were Sul)day afh, rnoon ('allers at the hta and l)aul l{athbun homes. Terry Z('igler of Sul)erior visited Tom ]athhun Sunday afternoon. Tom spent Sunday hest sources of water; (2) wa- ter purification; (3) foods to use; (4) foods to avoid; (5) sanitation; and (6) quantities of fo()d. The t)usiness meeting was conducted by president. Mrs. Thelma l,'reeman, of Mankato. Mrs. Ruth Easter, Mrs. Alma Treffer, and Mrs. Lueille Bangs were appointed as the nominating colnrnittee, to be ready for the April meet that wer(, not Qu('nIin 1,ee('e and three this fallshould b( sons I (I ( ( ' ." ' . ,' .', t' : ar I, Juni )r and Itic in .D.eeember. TheY jky, Bern;u'(l Blair and Quen fert|hzed th)s f,dl and lm s s()) r , i , ". , . ,' " ' [ ." ',' ," ~ i ~ la~, I ruee Ayers, ~e~ enough for a good I drove 103 head of their eatth, ;,' December planted tto the milo fields on the Floyd [[;~ ready to come UP lltisewi('k farm Sunday mm':n- ~ next spring. Custom I ~g ' Mrs. l)elia lleldl:, Mrs. Tena l)huled Chat Warren to F()rrnoso and Ibh)w before spring. :Pay to li~;t or chisel or rough them up .... manner, bel'ore fr(,ez cover crop established g in the spring inot be worked. We ~tanding up as 6s excellent grass. emphasis may in plantin~ )EI Y()IJ CO U NTS wish to say the gifts. cards and ~eeived whih, and since ecru ,::I~a B. Freeman. Towner morning, Nov. 6 .... temperature 40 with weather re y and to- moisture. again thb; a 3 clays vaea youngsters while were attending State r AS~ociati,,n at w,r. Ballardfrom the Hayd on Fri(lay 0n Saturday, re of l,ove the night with l)onna Marr. Marr Ira Kleek- visited Sunday Dwight Marr Lee Perry .~s Helen My- late after- Mr., Tom i makes his home Mrs. Donna Myers and Mrs. Bouray was in Hospital for ,) lung eonges pneumon- ~me Sunday *a* few days in! Mankato on business Thursday j morning. Mrs. Alta Lovewell and Mrs. l)elia lh, ldt drove to Formoso Saturday to attend the sale nf' househokl goods helonging to Mrs. Bertha Greenl)erg. Mr. and Mrs. E(lwin Mar( spent several days in Topeka the past week attendiag a Farm l~ureau meeting. They also visited Mrs, Marr's father Floyd Vestal, while there. Mrs. Margaret Warren was hostess to the h)cal W.S.C.S last Wedne~day afternoon. A nice crowd of members an(] one visitor, Mrs. l,ucy Cut- shaw, were present In the ab sence of the l)resident, Mrs. Madeline Mar(, the meeting was called to order by the vice-l)resident, Mrs. Margaret Warren. Secretary's repnrt by Mrs. Lauree Mettler, who al so had charge of (.he devotion als. Roll call was answered by each member quoting a Bible verse from the hook of John. The next meeting will bc with Mrs. Madelim_, Mar( Nov. 16. While in Mankato last Thurs day, Mrs. Delia th, ldt, Mrs. Tena Van Wey and Katherine Warren enjoyed short calls on Mrs. Marie Van Meter and Mrs. Laura Switzer, both of whom were looking fine and enjoying life. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren and daughter, Margo, spent Sunday evening at the Chat WaFren hoflle f ......... le Mrs. C. Summers Mr. and Mrs. I)ale Crispin were Tuesday evening supper guests at I)on Gratmms in Court[and. Mrs. Bessie Boyce of Pine Bluffs, Wyo. visited Mrs. Ella Summers Thursday night and Friday. Mrs. John Springer of Has- tings spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leece and Bernard. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Birdie Blair. Mrs. Loy Davidson of Nel son called Friday afternoon at Mrs Ella Summers. Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and Dwayne Crispin were Sun- day dinner guests at Paul night with Terry. Mrs. Jim Ih,aley and chil- dren ate dinner Thursday with Mrs. Ella Summers. Mrs. Arnold Ross attended a shower for .Iudy Post at the,, B(thany" Church in Ruskin on Friday evening. and Lori of Sioux Falls, S. D. were W(,dnesday dinner gues(.s at l)arrell Reeds. The ladies are sisters. iVlr. and Mrs. Arnohl Ross attended the wedding of Russ- ell Andersen to Judy Post in Red Ch)ud St|nday afternoon. Jewell Counly Advisory Commillee hnmediatcly l'ollowing the Annual Extension Meeting and the noon luncheon, Mrs. Glen Kindler called the meeting of' the Advisory Committee to or-: der. Eleven members, includ ing three new ones, and Miss Fhmtie aoswered roll call. Mrs. (Hen Kindler was re- elected chairman, Mrs. Clar- en