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,PAGE. 6B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS THURSDAY Mrs. Forrest Howard Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ah~x'~ an~!;:were Sunday dinner gh~'t~i'bf lkr'. and Mrs. Forrest ~.mpsey and family at For- l~ld~a, ........ ~'. James McCormick arid l~ym~,,,,~Garmaa took their cars tq"M~nh~vtan on Thursday to t T me of the Christian el ' youth to M.B.C. day. T'~/~"g~rig were Limona die- nl,'Oean~a Garman, Sharon ~i',' Mike Platt, Larry ~.:. Ellen Richards anti ~' 'at the Ellis Benbow M. ,ol l .Mrs. Gh'nn Bennett atteh'ffefl ' graveside service,~ for Mrs. Ona Walker of Clay Center at Lebanon on Satur day afternoon. She was tim me ther of Clarence Cheesman el Leonardville, Kans. Mrs. Bertha Ernst's grand son, Lyle Fredriek. was aeci. dently shot and killed at his home in /3maha. Nebr. Lyle was the 17 year old son el Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fredriek. Mrs. Fredriek was the former Ilia Grace Ernst. Mrs. Mamie Mullin was a Saturday overnight and Sun- day guest of Lola Lape of Le barton. She also called on Mrs. Gertrude Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Ander son and girls were Sunday ev thing supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beale and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Mar- shall at Kensington. Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oglevic of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest How ard, Mrs. Glee Howard and Eva Thomas attended Ihe fun eral services fur Ira Howard at Red Cloud, Nebr. on Sat urday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Myerly of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker were Saturday evening guests of Mr' and Mrs. W. G. Decker. Mr. and Mrs. David Dema ray attended church at Clay Center and were dinner guests at the Wade Bauer home, Thelr grandson. David Bauer. of Ft. Hays State College had a solo part at the mormng worship hour. Mrs. Lela Dilhm and Wihna were Sunday dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Lowell McNi- chols and family in honor of Mrs, Dillon's birthday. Mr. and Mrs Ken Tolbert of Beloit attended the Scandia- I[ _ Burr Oak football game here on Tuesday night. They were coffee guests of Charlie Mud lies at the Don Modfin home following the game. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Schlagle of Ft. Collins, Colo. were Mon- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Silott. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Dilhm of Northbraneh were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lulu Walden. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Un dct'wood and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sloan were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Lewis of Salina. They all attended the Grand die Opera in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gossard of Greenleaf, Ida. and Mrs. tielen McNichols were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and; Mrs. Clarence Pixler. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foster and girls of Phillil)sburg wile ,Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis. Patti Foster returned home with them after spending the past t days in the Russell Lewis and Forest Foster homes. Edna Masters and Mrs. Ear] Mullins attended Teachers' Convention in Salina on Thurs- day and Friday. Mrs. Derald I)eeker and Cheryl, Mrs. Ollie Media, Mrs. It. A. I)eeker and Mrs. Glen Paul spent Thursday in Salina. Faye's grandsons accompan- ied her home for a visit. Douglas May and Gienna Boyles visited Mr. and Mrs. I)ennis Garman at Salina over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris and boys spent the weekend in Kansas City where they enjoy: ed the football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the ~an Diego Chargers. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Under wood were Sunday dinner guests of Br. and Mrs. Dwight Underwood and Debra of Belle- ville. Mrs. Ben Soliday of Hutch rosen was a Friday afternoon visitor of Mrs, Carold Van %hoiack. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Oldfield and Mrs. Ona Williamson spent the weekend in Enid. Okla. visitin~ Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Warner and Katie. They helped Katie celebrate her 3rd birthday. Mrs. Clara Moon. Mrs. Dora Redden. Mrs. Barbara Howell and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wears were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Opal Tremble in honor of Mrs. Howell's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fras- ier and family attended a fam- ily reunion at Randall on Sun- day in honor of Ira Frasier's 84th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Dale Gossard of Greenleaf. Ida. and Mrs lh,len McNichols wore Sunday afternoon callers at the Joke McDonnel borne. Mrs. Wilbure Sniith and Shai'on of Supel']Ol', Ma'. all(l Mrs. Encille Lewis and t amil5 and Mr. and Mrs. Lestcr Suchsland and family ~:erc' Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ih'undon visited Mrs. Clurenee Ill;irk at the Belleville hospital on Sat urday evening. Mrs. Black re turned laonle on Suladay. Mr. and Mrs. Juke McI))m nel, Mrs. Liltie Moon und Mrs. [Iomer Grul)bs visited SCUll) ttzre lIall at Poz'tis, Kaz]s. olb Sunday aftern()on. I)ennis Hancock ac)'Oml);m led Roy. /.re tlillery to the Nazarene I)istriet Youth R;dl.~ at Haviland, Kans. on I,'ritlay Mr. and Mrs. Nels(m llarri: and Shelly slaent Thurstiay in l,'airbury. Nchr. visiting at th(, (IUS Bornttrd home. Thcv ~l)ei)l Friday in Lincoln, Nebr. he fore returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Reeve ltaw kins spent the voekel]d in Ok ]ahonla City, Okla. visiting hi:, sister. Mr. and Mrs tl. E Kornbaum. They all altended the Kansas State Oklahoma football game in Nor]nun on Saturday afternoun. They also visited Bomlie Johnson at the footl)all game. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 13(iv[t,~; and (;ayht ~ere Sunday ;)liter [noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heskett. Mr. and Mrs Clarence M;,a~ were Sunday afternoon visit ors of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Maag of Jewell. Terry Morris was honw from Ft. Hays State College over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Percy Oliver and Rosie were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gu~ Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. R, oy Full erton and family of Superior were afternoon callers. Cora Pair. Carl Pair and Mr. and Mrs, Orville Camp- bell of Red Cloud and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wood were Sunday afternoon callers at the Bess Pair home. The Bible Searchers Sunda~ School Class of the Nazarene Church had a birthday tea at the Ira Powell borne. Thirteen menlbers alld three guests, Mrs. El'fie Burgess of Super ior. Mrs. Jake Mcl)onnel an(I Mrs. l,eo Hillery were present. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster. Mrs. James MeCorlniek ~i sited her' niece. Mrs. ,l;l(:/.i /~Cl) edict and son at Manhattan ,m Thursday. Jack is stati(med w Ft. Riley and will go to Viel Nam on Dec 29. Mr. and Mrs. W E. t',enho~ were Sunday evening visitors of Mrs, Rebecca Calahan at the Good Samaritan Resl lhnne and Mrs. Will l)ilhm a( il MARTIAN LIFE .As oxY m IN ITS ATMOSP.ER AND HAS ENOU . WARE, W.lc. tiES FR SOME OF REOPeNs, re R2,E --N -s otAR urr KT SOME FORMS OF VEGETATION. HOWEVER T E AMOUNTS OF rHEs two 'MPORrA H ARE,Et,EV O TOO -fir- COMMoo" anIMAL LIFEIa"vt-'U, tL TO SUPPORT The atmosphere b our bank /s a/ways pleasand So ask us about an auto loan at /ow sensible Bank rates. The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member FJ)J.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 THIS IS NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK -- NOV. %12 ,iHli lii i [ i[ i i i II the Broadstonc ttospital in Su- : I)erior. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roesti and Mal'i}ylq (,[ BaMmw, Alber- ta. C;)n;,(la spent from Monday to l")'i(lay visiting his sister, Mr. & Mrs. Don Mel,ean and family and in the Opal Roesti ;)ud l)ennis l()(,sti homes. Mrs. (ilenn l~(,nn),lt was hos less l,) lh(, Sor()sis Club on Tta,s(l~Lv gti ttq'no()n. Mrs. M;nnie Mullins ('ailed do Mrs. \'ida Hta'kholdcr at Ihc SI)ra/gue Rest [hm)e ira Red Cloud )}n b'ri(tay afternoon. R(,~. ;m(l Mr:< l,eland Grif qn. (Tr~i!'. ;c,,(I Ih'()ck of Norton xx(,z'c '.Vh,,d;~y d/maw .,.,:uests of \Iv m,(t M)'s. Chtv'l< Calahan. (;)'~(:~' ('(lie of Molltl'(ise was a Saturday visitor of Mr. and tive dinner at the Derald Dec- ker home. Later they all en- joyed slides of the trip to Eur- ope that Mr. and Mrs, J. E, Moon had taken. Debbie Fowley spent Friday [and Saturday with Gayla Boy- lies. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson of Sublette, Kans. were Monday and family and Stella Mont The lnorning program will gomery of Mankato were Sun stuff at 10:30 and the after- day afternoon callers at tht noon p)'ogram at 10:00 p. m. Dalhts Mnrrks home. .............. Mr. and Mrs. Clilfol'd Co)'L BURR OAK W.S.G.S. ner called on Mrs. Emma Cort --- ner the past wet, I;. 'Phe Burr Oak W.S.C.S. will Mrs. Everett Roe(I, [VIr~;. m(,(,l on Wednesday, Nov. 16, Merle Reed and Mrs. ,luni()r ;)t 2:00 p, m. with Mrs. Arden Mills of Coneordia :q)(,nt l.'ri ()>d,':~ ('ir('h, having charge of railers in the Richard Froster[ day in Salma. home. ] Mr. aud Mrs. Ira l)~,)'3/C'l Mrs. Lillie Moon and Mr. lwere Sunday afternoou eal :,,~ and Mrs. Jake McDonnel werelon Mrs. Meh'ia Kindler vn(I Frtday afternoon callers ell the Francis Frye holae in Eva Thomas. I Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garmant Mr. and Mrs. l,\h' .t(,fl,,,rV attended the football game at ltays on Saturdy. t3ot) Garman aecompanied them home foF a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Redford of Topeka and Mr. and Mrs. .\,lr'~. Arl)y Cole. ?.'1)':~. I)ell)m'l Ihath,rwood at ]Roy Brandon were Sunday af- l(,nth,d ;)n in('ome tax sehool[ternoon visitors nf Mrs. l)aisy ;,t t;(,l()it ))h 'l'hurs(tay and 1,'ri ] Brandon at Beloit. flay. ] Mrs. Lynn Garman's ad- Su~;m .h)hnson of Topeka I dress is 2700 West 6th St., ERS ~penl the w(,ekend in lhe Gone I Topeka, Karts. Her birthday is ,lo})l)so)) home. [Nov. 21, Birthday cards and Mr. and Mr:;. I':(I Mort(gore-]get well cards can reach her e)'y were Su)~(l;~y evening vis [at the above address. ihn's in lhe l{ussell I,ewis[ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heskett h))n)o. [received word last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moon. { their son, P/SG Donald Hes- Jr. ~md Vi(.kx. Mrs. ,lanet Hel I kett. having been wounded in v(,y and ('hihh'en an(I Mr. and IViet Nam. Donald has been Th,mmson of Man I rlown to Ft. Camphell Army k;)t)). Mr. ;,n(I Mr,< (;ene Whis hospital in Kentucky from Sat I(,)' ;m(I I)o\s of Salt]m, Mrs. I gun where he had a rifle bullet elite M))(m und Mr. and Mrs.[extracted from his leg. (;h,n l'mll eniuvod a co oper0-[ Mrs. Richard Montgomery II II I II NEW I{EGULATI()N ON CONTAMINATED WItEAT The I'ure Food & Drug Adm. will no longer :tuthorize the diversion of foods contaminated witl )'odent o)" bird excretia for anima] feed use except under the following renditions: 1. Where the filthy 1)roduct is to be treated by heat to destroy all Salmonella orga,nisms. 2. In case of wheat or grains, a suitable heat process is involved or the product has been exam- ined bacteriologically and shown not to contain Salmonella. No one seems to know just what is involved in the heat process or where you might get this done. It will be pretty costly - so, tl e best thing to do, is keeI) it clean. anti I)et)bie and Mr. ;~,;d !Vlr:;. lh)mer Grtll)bs I)l'(mv, J:f I)(,~}c mudo ice ('r(ulln ;tlJ(I ('Dke [O the Jake Mel)o)mel h)m)e on Monday evening lo )'en)i)]d Mrs. Mel)onnel of ;moth(.)' birthday. M)'. and Mrs. (;e~)r;,(. 1,o( I, wood retu)'I]e(l h()me S(n)([;iv evening front viM(f:)/ Iheir son. Mr. and Mrs. lh)b I,()('k w(rod and daughters, at l)cn ] ver, Colo. [ Mrs. Mal'gur[lee I,')';t'-;i(,)' (d[ I~'orlilO14(} %~,;)E U ~LI~/([~)\ (},('F I i night an(I Moll(la\ l~)('~( i,. ,, [ Richard 1,')'aster "h()me. I A joint institute or 1!,,, I'I,I Oak ;)n(l No)'11 O)l';t J)())~ W.C.T.U. willb(' hel( ,, I(,,~ Tue~(l; 3' Nov. |5 :11lh'c] olq I Burr Oak Melh))(li~l ('hur(.h.. the i))'ogram. Mattie Grubbs' A Mutual Investment Ftmd composed of securities se- lected for their possibilities of future GROWTH and in- ~._rTr eased income. WALTER J. CAMPBELL MANKATO, KANSAS 66956 Res. Phone FR 8-3452 Registered P.epresentative Columbian Securities Corp. Topeka, Kansas 66603 Pleue send me Proal~aetua and det,~tp- rive material on the Keystone Growth Fund. N(~TM circle has the On Thursday, NoV, there will be a self with two district tending. All ed to attend. Cliff Silsby school Monday missing several of a lung infection, i TIIE AVERAGE FAMILY today al)out $25.00 a year more for (ions than it did in 1929. Largely cause of wonder drugs in these (ions, you can expect ten more life than you could in 1929 - about per family for each extra year of expectancy. Today's prescription is biggest bargain in history. MANKATO, KANSAS Adds" b-"t~t~ I[~l~ak'--= Illlll ' I ill I ,a,,,~.,**l**. i ~1 I I i~,'I Courier TR-23S...the only solid-state CB rig with a 10 year guarantee! BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION -- OPERATING ~i~i ~:~!! i ~ .~ UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVISION ~~i ~' With a real good run of livestock on hand at our sale Thursday, Nov. 3, the market was real active and steady to higher with the exception of tows and corn fed tattle ' ' i -. which sold at lower prices. We had a large crowd of people and many local and long distance buyers on hand. Listed below are a few sales from our Thursday's auction: Bill Bodine, Oak, 5 roan heifers, avg. weight 400, at $23.00; Dale Baxa, Stand)a, 5 brocklefaeed heifers, avg. weight 527, at $22.10; Elmer Fitch, Burr Oak, 2 white- faced steers, avg. weight 600, at $24.15; Walster Wil- liams, Nora, 3 whitefaced steers, avg. weight 620, at $24.40; Peters & Dunstan, Formoso, 23 whitefaced bull calves, avg. weight 456, at $25.90; Ray Haecker, Man~ kato, 9 whitefaced heifers, avg. weight 453, at $24.00: Herman Batterman, Fairfield, 6 black bull calves, avg. weight 431, at $26.30; Cleo Ball, Belleville, 4 holstein steers, avg. weight 752, at $21.40; Noah Wilson & Son, Mankato, 102 hereford and angus steers, avg. weight 745, at $24.90; Herb Jensen, Hardy, 6 whitefaced steers, avg. weight 568, at $24.40; Start Kroulik, Beileville, 3 white- faced heifers, avg. weight 400, at $24.10; Elmer Mar- quart. Deshler, 5 hereford heifers, avg. weight 432, at $23.00; Charlie Simms Estate, Arnold, 62 hereford heifer Mankato, Kansas Phone Burr Oak JU 7-3520 calves at $87.50 per head; Gerald Fisher, Hardy, 1 black bull, weight 1275, at $20.60; Keith Schultz, Superior, 1:~. , holstein cow, weight 1395, at $14.30; Vic West, Man- kato, i holstein cow, weight 1250, at $15.20; George Loontzier, Deshler, 1 red cow, weight 1060, at $13.70; lll~' Stanley Kreilik, Belleville, 1 whitefaced cow, weight 1130, Ill at $15.60; R. B. Woerner, Bostwlck, 19 corn fed steers, avg. weight 932, at $23.15; Don West, Superior, 1 guern- sey cow, weight 1460, at $13.90; Darrell Shaw, Nelson, 2 black cows, avg. weight 825, at $14.10. H~gs: Baeil Butler, Cawker City, 16 baby pigs at $12.75 per head; Earnest Ostdick, Lawrence, 6 mixed pigs It's good to get home.,. after a day of hard work or hard play. pleasant to relax with cool, refreshing fact, 65 % of all the beer produced in this is enjoyed at home. It cheers your taste news your zest. So. make yourself at with beer. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC, P.O. Box 1435, Topeka, Kanaa$ 65501 at $16.75 per head; Lyle Cady, Mankato, 15 small pigs ~-~ at $14.00 per head; Cecil Rinard, Guide Rock, 3 mixed ....... .i ........ : ........ pigs at 17.50 per head. C only Lin Many more sales of both cattle and hogs. We are ex- - ......... 36"'~de pecting a larger sale this coming week. We have many large a~so in 28 and 48' width~ , bunches of yearlings and calves already listed. Whetherll Mr~o ~a ke o urHome For more information about prtces, gt In touch wltb us. Feel free to call collect when consigning your livestock. W i n t e r- Ti9 h t, D r a ft- F r ee Jse Crystal Clea ' Shatterproof to Cover your Doo and Window.Porches and Bre eways/ Just G FLEX.O-G SUPERIOR, NEBR. Gordon McKee, Owner, Superior, Nebr. phone 879-3711; H. M. 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