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November 10, 1966     Jewell County Record
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NOVEMBER 10, 19G6 JEW'ELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS pAr, p .qB Waunita Weir Isis Bowles, Mrs. Vern- Mrs. B. A. Field Mrs. Jessie Jennings afternoon at the Rest ttome Mrs. Jennings will her 89th birthday on Itld Mrs. lh,ward Apple- ~SUpper guests Friday Mr. and Mrs. Carl of Belier)lie. l,'ormoso ttigh Assoeiatit,n held meeting Tuesday at the l,cwis Duns;an Maye Garman and Fitzgerald of Re- Were eallers Saturday at the home of Mrs. Mrs. lh)ward Pat I)ianne and Tony, Carl Florell and Clark were din- Sunday of Mrs. evening visitors of Mrs. Walter Grimm . and Mrs. Gus ttall r. and Mrs. Veryle and daughter and Mrs. Ruben Carlson Mrs. Grimm re- greetings by Sunday evening and Mrs. Robert and family of Gres- Mrs. Rohind Ben- children of Topeka Wednesday until visiting her parents, Mrs. Bradley Keeler. during the week and Mrs. John of Courtland and Mrs. Don Reed and Mrs. James Gray of Valley Center, Friday overnight 0f Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Maude Abram was a weekend dinner guests arid Mrs. John Young of Fairbury, Nebr., Nailleux and Mrs. .the now, fast, re powerful n Cut IU' hardwood in 12 see. in II seconds! land oil capacity 14 ibs. less bar and fessional fee- to 36% plunlie- r bars. Come in today for FREE demonstretlol STANDARD UE 36 Mankato FUND, INC. nts INVESTORS Inc., ex- funds including Fund. Ask Fund for i With INVESTORS Plan. (InitisI prospec- on INVESTORS and INVESTORS Plan, csll tho umber below. Or advertlsa- it to your IN- WAUGH Belolt, Kill Phebe Greenberg of Haddam [ Mr. and Mrs. DaleRoss of I Ctmcordia were dinner guests Saturday of her tnnther, Mrs. Ross ltigbee and Mr. ttighee, Mrs. Guide I)oxnn, Mrs. [hltl Doxon and sons of Jewell and Mrs. Wendell Hunt and daugh ters of Ellis, Kans. were Sun day afternoon callers of Mr'. and Mrs. Chas. l)oxon, l~i('h ard f)oxon t)f Omaha ~:~ :~ Sunday evening calhq'. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Frt'e and daughters were Friday t'ven ing visitors tit the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. .l. Janousek and family of Ih,lh, ville. Mrs. Georgia Stafftn'd and Mrs. Theresa lh)well Sltt'ni from Thursday until Sun(lay visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc(, Polok and family at luka, Kans. and Mr. anti Mrs. l,ee Volkcr and family t)l' Slaflt)rtl, Kans. Mrs. Howell and Jim also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth ttowell and sons at Sylvia, Kans. On Sunday Mrs. B. C. Overstreet of Wichita and Mrs. Gary Roberts of flutchinson joined the group for dinner ;it the Lee Volker home. Mr'~. Stafford is spending the wet,l~ at the Volkers tit Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Isaac son and sons spent from Wed nesday until Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Isaa('son and family and Mr. anti Mrs. Jack Coffelt and family at El Paso, Tex. Mrs. Etta Young is spending this week visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Georgia l)odson ~nad other relatives at Kansas City. Mr. and ~rs. Earl Stafford, Jr. and family of Scott City were weekend guests nf his mother, Mrs. Minnie Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaac son spent the weekend visiting relatives at Crown P(linl, Intl. Cindy and Beeky Free sptml. the weekend at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kasl tit Cuba. Their mother, Mrs. Ben Free, was a Sunday dinnt,r guest. lh,v. and Mrs. Harold Wise- ~ll'll('l' I)[' Anlll()lty, Kans. were Nuu(lay ov(,rni~ht guests of Mr. :rod Mrs. B. A. Field. Sunday allt, rno.n visitors were I)r. and Mrs. (:has. Gibson and Jill tfl ~miih Cenl, er, Steve l,'it'hl t)l" Millt}rd, Kans. and ]Vlb;~; Maria l.~an(' ,ll" Mankatn. Mr. ;m(I Mrs. Wyhpt'n I~(,rnt, kin~, ,la.vn(', Terri and Kirk spent 'rhurs(lay visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Berneking, Marlin and Brian at Milford, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. I,('o Wets and I;imily (,f I)r('~(h'IL Karts. were Sun(lay (,vt,nin~ ('aller~ at l h(' h()ntt, t)l Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Engle and Mrs. Zoa .Iohnson of For na(iso ;rod Mrs. Mail(If Rum)n- ~l'l" ()1" .h,w(,ll wet'(, ttinn(,r !.~tit'M.S ~Uli(i;iy of Mrs. C[t'() Ilul.,'hinson t)l' .h,well. In the aHtwnonn they ;ill to(il~ in the sighls at th(" (lien Elder dam. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stafford and hal)y and Ronnie Allen of Cotlrtlalld wt're dinner guests 3(Inday of V;lllghn Stafford. ,leri ;nld ,J(!f[ James spent from Thurs(hw until Sunday visilin~ lht, ir grandparents, Mr. a,d Mrs. C. L. Church- hill, (If l~eh)iL Mr. anti Mrs. li]al'l Stafford, .Jr., l)i;illno Hn(t Stanley of Se.IL City, Mr. Milford Staf- ford of Agenda, Mr. and Mrs. l,yall I)t)xon, Mrs. Minnie Stafford ,nd Mr. arid Mrs. An drew Staffor(t were Saturday evening StililJer guests of Mr. and Mrs. lloward Field, .Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lager- gren and family of Lincoln, Kans. were Saturday overnight ~,ut'sts (il" her mother, Mrs. Clara Chtrk. Sunday dilaner guests of Mrs. Clark were Mr. aud Mrs. Joho Clark t)f Mun th,n anti Mr'. and Mrs. Rudolph Nelson ai-ld family. A crew of workmen have been busy the past few weeks cutting up the wrecked steel railway (';it's and hauling them away tt) be ust'd for scrap iron. Jtini ,la ntt's, 4 year old (hiut4hter of Mr. an(l Mrs. Ger- ald James, was admitted on Thursday to the Belier)lie hos- pital where she underwent a tonsilleetomy nn Friday morn ing. She was dismissed Sat- tlrllay frttln I.lil, hospital. Mr. an(I Mrs. ,|inl I:lalt'h took their gr;illddaughter, ,I year old ~heryle Baleh, back to the home of her pareots, Mr. and Mrs. George Baleh ;it Woodward, Okla. on Thurs day ftfllowing a itl day visit.. Annther granddaughter, Miss Flarhara I~;il(qi, of Coneordia accompanied them and all spent the weekend with the (;eorge Ilalehs. Mr. and Mr,'-;, Berl P;yne and Mrs. Martin ,Johnson re ('eive(I word Sun(lay fr(im Mr. and Mrs. Milford Johnson of Manzanola, Colo. saying their son, A/2e Milford I,ane John- son, was chosen as one of tim honor guards for President ,lohnson's visit, to Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Quy and Margaret Ann of Sul,)erior and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Payne and children spent Sun day evening at the Bert Payne home. Mrs. Ronald liayne and ehil dren di'()vc to Runner Springs, Karts. and spent from Thurs- day until Sunday with her sis- ter, llla Marie Mullins. En- route home they stopped and had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rightmeicr. Mr. and Mrs. ,lack ltigbee and family and Mrs. Mayme Butler were Sunday dinner "Little Dog Lost, Little Dog Found", "How to Scare a Lion" and Chapter 2 of "Ras- cal", the story of a Raccoon whi) is certain to take his )lace am(rag literature's most captivating animals. "Men- arch Butterfly", "How to Scare a Lion", and "Thomas Takes Charge" were present- etl to the library by the Athena .hinior W(inlt!n's Club this week. at the school gym Monday ev- ening. All report a good time. Ed Meg came home from the St. Joseph's tlospital Wed- nesday. Community Club met on Thursday afternoon with Mad- dine Sills. Six members were present. The next meeting will lie our Thanksgiving meeting with a dinner at noon on Nov. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Richard RUSS Colnntittees have been lip ell and girls of St. Johns spent pointed for the Christmas Ba- the weekend with Mr. and zaar Auction to be held Satur- Mrs. Vern Dempsey. day, Nov. 19, at the gym. Soup The barn on the Leon Right and sandwiches, pie and cof-meier farm 2 miles south of fee to lie served starting ;it Montrose was destroyed by 5:30. Mrs. Wyt)ern Bernekingfire Saturday night. is ('hairruan of soul), Mrs. Eu- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Walker gene l)unstan, chairman of and family of Emporia were sandwiehes, Mrs. Andrew weekend guests of Mr. and Stafford, ('hairman of pie, Mrs. Mrs. F~d Meg. Other ealk;rs Walter Crinnn, ehairman of were Mr. and Mrs. Antly coffee. The auction will hegin Hoard, Zelhl and Ivan Shlugh ;it. 8:00 1). m. with Mrs. Vaehel Crawfor(l, Mrs. lloward Field Sr., Mrs. Ray Studer and Mrs. Mayme Butler in charge of setting up the items to be auctioned. Dishwashing will be headed by Mrs. Harold Morris. Cashiers tire Mrs. Roy llettinger, Mrs. J. W. Clark and Mrs. Ronald Payne. Ad- vet'tising headed by Mrs. Clark th)whlnd and Mrs. Gerald Jaifles, The auctioneers for this event are Mr. George Moye and Mr. Tim Marble. The proceeds from this event will go to buy flooring for the Formoso Community Library. It is being sponsored by the organizations of the commun- ity. guests of Mr. and Mrs. HarryI ttighee. ,] Mrs. Lloyd Gardner The Formoso Community l,ibrary will hold its Children's Mrs. Roy Powel] of Mankato Story Hour Saturday, Nov. 12, eallcd on Mrs. Florence HTI- at 3:30. Mrs. Wybern Berne- dren and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner king will read "Sylvester the his; Monday afternoon. Mouse with the Musical Ear", A ltalloween party was held ter and John Fullerton. Mr. and Mrs. lion Bangs were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Murray and family at Marquette. Mrs. Dave McCampbell of Liberty, Me. brought her me ;her, Mrs. Thee Kelly, home Friday. Mrs. Kelly has I)een visiting in Missouri and ller sister in Pleasant(m, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Marr 1)emp sey, Mr. and Mrs. Vern l)emp sey, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Russell and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Murray and Bri- , : aWIF,i',tF New to i!iiiiiiiii i iii !iiii e,,,momv, o. !You call it. Olds has your number: Two new Delta 88 Custom hardtops with as much luxury as you ever bargained #or (and then some). Four swinging new Delta 88s. Plus a whole new series o] modestly priced Delmont 88s. Every one boasts the same Toronado.inspired styling. The same proved 88 chassis, brakes and suspension. The same choice o] Olds.pioneered availabilities, including Climatic Combustion Control, UHV Transistorized Ignition System, front disc brakes. Same full list o] sa]ety advances, l th selection and features like that, no wonder more people are discovering: For "67, it's an 88/ 01de llllntl ill ~ sefei?, l~l. wlfl file llM-ileveloped ene'll.ebiodlllll aieering colamn that can compress en severe ilullad up to 8 inches; with four-way hazard warning flasher; outsh]o tearview nlirror; dtlal mast~ tl/linder hi'eke system, plus many other safety featluaa-all standard tor t Englneered for exdtement ... Toronado- sl'yle? a m NEW '67 - 88 4 l)r. with Power and Air NEW '67 - Tempest Sport Coupe with Power and Air NEW '66 - Tempest Hard Top Coupe with Power and Air NEW '66 - GMC l'ickup '66 - Tornado Demo with Power and Air 1964 - OIds 4 Dr. with Power and Air 1964 - Pontiac 4 Dr. with Power 1963 - Pontiac 4 Dr. with Power 1957 - Olds 4 Dr. with Power and Air 1958 - HIC Pickup. 1962 - GMC 2-Ton Truck an were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Demp- sey. Miss Janls Fullerton of Ilut- chinson spent lhe weekend at honie with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Fullerton. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore are Sl)(,nding lho winter al their fal'ln h(Jlne ;it Rohil)snn. Kans, Mr. aild Mrs. l,(n'en tlosldns an(I Vh~lde of Slll)t'i'ior and Moi'gi(, ~tll,hel'lai]d were ~tiii day t, vening Si;l)per guests of Mrs. Rosa Schoonover. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Demp sey spent Saturday at the Vern Dempsey home. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Murray and girls visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul IIuffman in Mankato on Sunday. Several families from here attended the 4-H Banquet in Mankato Saturday evening. M'rs. 1,yman Rightmeier i sl)ent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hancock and family at Plainville. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Neese and family of Coneordia were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Holdren. The Federal [,and Bank has been the most depend- able sottrce of farm credit for the past 50 yeaes. They have provided funds for farmers to buy land, enlarge their units, improve their land, provide farm build- ings and many other purposes. These farm loans have always been at the lowest possible interest rates with terms adapted to indivi- dual farmer income. Federal [,and Bank loans are arranged locally by men who undcrsland farm problems. Perhaps we can be of service to you. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION OF BELOIT lterman H. Eddy, Mgr., Phone PE 8-2081 II I II1| The family of Joseph tlabiger will sell at auction, the following land, on dates and places indicated. This is a bona fide auction; deeds have been executed and will be escrowed with a copy of the eontract and down payment. Each tract will be sold at the county court house. 1. NOVEMBER 15, 1966 (TUESI)AY) At 10:30 A.M. Court tiouseSmith Center, Kansa