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November 24, 1966     Jewell County Record
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JEWELL COUNTY MANKATO KANSAS BLACK-OBITUARY [Sylvanus H. Garman, wholArts. There wiB be a club| 509 S. E. 17th ISr.; Auctioneer: Tim Marble[ ] passed away January 14th,]party at the Community Cen- ] Portland, Ore. ] and helper Forrest Dempsey; Zeta Grace Black, daugh-I 1965. [ter on Dec. I0 at 7:30 p.m.[Hi everybody, I Clerk: Wybern Berneking. ter of Calvin and Elizabeth] To this union five children l Bring dessert and sand-I How are all the Mankato] Many others contributed items Htmtsinger, was born Jan-]were born: Merritt Clarence,]wiches. The next club meet.l friends9 Keep the uood news lto be sold and without such uary 20, 1893 on a farm west]who died in infancy Minnie[tag will be Dec. 15. Eachlcoming" - - "~ community effort and working of Mankato, Kansas. She liv-|Marshall, Kensington, Kan-]member is to bring cookicsl " M D Frost Ito~ether this would not have ed her entire life in Jewell]sas; Myrtle Morris, Burr[or candy. This will be our/ ........... Ibeen possible at the Formoso County She passed awav af-|Oak, Kansas; MyronGar-]Christmas Party. The meer-/ Mvrh l'hillios 'rod Vera Bol-IGvm Saturday Nov 19 ter a short illness, Novemberlman Phillipsburg, Kansas;[ ing was adjourned and drIi-| ii,~r ~vritc f~'(,n~ 46')7 W 173[ ...... 18, 1966 at the age of 73]Emma Mills, Nelson, Nebr {cious refreshments served by] ............ ~. ,',,..~/I .... ~-~ .. . " ' ' ~l.., lMnln(i;ll(~, L~HIHo|'nla ~/UDU: IVlr. anQ MrS. W. l. IVJOSDUFg years, 9 months and 28 days.I 0n Dec. 3, !928 she was[ the hostess . /"We rea,'h,'d ) ........ ).,s, v,.i I, r ~:;,~sas Cit,, Mo. snent the She was preceded in death [ ~m~edl;n' m rn tgeeat e r t ki --Mrs. Jay Gfllett, P.R.C./d~y. We l;L:w t:i";)~nv'~'~'i~ C*o;o. I ~'vcck~";~d her:with h'c~r sister by her father and mother and],.; ....... P |.. . ~ ] Rented a car drove to Man- ]and husband Mr. and Mrs. one ne hew Robert Hunt ate m uct, lulo rarents r gnt , .' . . ' , P , -1 ~. .. " ...." ........I l l, ~(, stavtd ~a re(tel 10 days, lEd Loomls, and together they ' ~ora ltvect tins IrultiUl ilie ' " ' s ..... stager. [ ................ ] ........ /~akm~ care ol some bu.'mcss. ] visited ,another sister Miss ~roul early womannoou in llqe r~ovemner meellDt~ oi . '. She issurwved by her] ....... ] .......... ", , /W'l hrithd to see many Mabel Yapp at the Belolt hos- u__,_ J .,, e .. /JeWelI t~ounty, l~ansas rals-/rne tmessa 4-ri CIUD ~,v~:-;. ' ' ' ." ! . ' nusoanu, uarence, or tile / ~ e ., e , | ............ | ]("~.O ('~, ~ ( I ]) '()vHnents p Lal h.,..~o. ,.,~,. r.r^.~,.., t.... LT, .~, ling her family on a larm anoinelu r~ov l at me wes,-/ " I "., .~..,~, t.,,~ ~, u~,,~., ,.,,,...-,,t- I u.,ino ,.,ith h,,. o.~.~..i.~ns | I~r..r,,.l~ eol~.~r~l I~ ........ IJ(dl | ~:1 \'IHIF [O\\ 11. l:[()pc yOU are I ~. " ~ ..... o.~...t ~waH~xa~,.~, uric .C-lc). ........! .......... .4.. +.-~l.~.)) .............. ..1 I-.... ~./t,ll{o\in'~ good health oncel Mr. ar~) Mrs Ed I.oomis U~)v~, ~s~u Uun~m~;ct., U~llond n hand to her family I Mnrlorn Corawon ..co ~ ,,/~mn. ' entertmngd with a dinner Sun ManKato, thl ee mece ..... , ,, h .... ............... n il' [friends and neighbors. ]Parents DsdntHave Furl ........ Iday onormg Mr. and Mr,. W. LtK;llle uenrett or uree v le, - " " I ' z' osbur " .... lhe Church nf t it, Na .wene I. M , g of Kansas C~ty. ~ti==)~i'~'~i" poulin~ Wil-I The last 28 years, shelourChrlstmasplanswcdre~] ] ....... 5v-e.' , " " , .,lmade Burr Oak her home /names Th~n because it w. sl')~ 'r()'kwillbe~inReviwlllThose present were Mr and man or N~anKato; ano lla .... ' " '" ' . ' . . ~.,~,**,~ ,f C .... rm-~ Iz .... [except for the past 7 months]Parents Night, we turned the]';('rvlvt's on b','~day t, venmg, IMrs. Stanley Mosburg of Con sas; two brothers-in-law and[she spent in the Good Samar-lp, ggr m' over to. our, 7;' '" '"/! ",f' mE'2ndl2'rd'a' r. floyd hvoa elct,~rc in I~w" Mre IF~/ltan l--lome in ;~uperlor, INeDF. lents. INDia kless Atwooo to,c:/ ~wrs. ~wrman r. ~rt,ws (n L)m [ /~ycrs and ,'lroen 15yers O[ She leaves to mourn herlus about some of the 4411).s, T(,x.s. Services ,viii con-IJewell, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn "''7~"~ ' ~" " " "1 ." J passing" 1 son, 4 daughters Iproiects for her project Wtk /tima, through Sunduv Dec 4 IColson of Kansas City Mr ~:)on;lVl:nS~l 1V~ertndt~lC~'[l step daughte~ NeLl~la[Ruth Obcrt gave a demon'lHev. Crews ~,,!.~ b,'e)'~'a pastorland Mrs. Jack Byers' and )tA'~nl'~v McCammon an~ilMichael of Red Clo d, ".,/stration on a new way to/,l I il(>;bur~h, l)enison, andlAmos Yapp of Burr Oak and ~'~'=~."" ....... .. .... .~.. la sister, Maude Beals of Loslmake a braided rug Fayc/l),~)h, 'rt,x,~s Ira I)enison his lMr and Mrs W I Mosburg .,,muy or mortn r~a,.o.o t.)ty i ........ r "her ...... " ' ........... " " " ," " " )~)~o,~,,.q ~ho ~ ,.) ........ ;.,'lAngeles, Lanr., z o ot s,|13oller gave a parnamentarYlSund.y Schoo! /ed tim state oflwho were being honored for ~l"~.~"o'th~r'" relat~ve~"'~/nd lGuy Bushnell of Snohornish, [talk. Wilma De!bert had rec-]'r(.x.~" i,i a,t('ndanee for the ]their wedding anniversary. .....,., .... r n f " " .o.., .io,~a. ]Wash., F ank Bush ell o Ft, lreatmn Refreshments were| N' z, n'nc denmnin' lion He ]-- .... ]Colhns, Colo., 17 grandchdd-[served by the Oberts. [h')s Iwen in cvan.elistie work[ w~... ~t ...... ~..... ervlces were held at the/ren 3 ste -randchil, r,m q01 ...... .... 2: I ................. o.rr ~)-, ~.o4~.u,'~"" _t. ,n~t~'^nk~'o~t wm~" :'"" ' r. ~ . " "- , ~" I Awarus. receive(] at lne/for .,,ix. ..~e'/rg, .... The t, rt'ws arel _. 7,:. ........ - _. ,]great grandchildren and a.]Achievement Banquet wel'e'[)n.~ici'nw 'rod ,,ill be furnish-[ Three new directors w()( in ~)~1ei~leva~'aut~he'i~:?n~'a,~mglhost of other relatwes and[Dixie Obert, second at lend-/in~_,, special m,,sic for the re ]t,'oduced at the h, test meeting cl~laUrSt~l ~~?in:Uar2~lSh~lda serv,ces were he!d I~aotathred?ueenrv: c~',hn~)pS_'];,;::):I ~ll(~,r(;i;~"an(~l:~i:,vtt~ I Bfu ~,u Jt~::~d C:?n~ir:;~:n: nc ~at r~ramer funeral ~ome mli,,,, in h"alth and -'hare'qua ~ -' )' . ..... ) r oil t= '~ It) Vll(. (|l[|r(n lnx. llcs |l.s 111cad~: meetln Nov 10 Th Thomas. The casket bearersl~a~nka,. Wan .... ]01 .......... |' , : , .' ..s .' " '1 ' ' g . . ey arc in meat Utilization, I~ICK t5 I ..... zr.. -^+u urn....- - I - , ...... [ -Ira lilt Colnmun)ty to share m tal h Anderson Gerald Bo w~:t,= ~=nneu~ vvn~ma~h~O'ClOCK I~OV 1~ with N.ev ' ......... *" " ' ' [ ' p " ' ' Y Howard Gehrett, LawrencelLoren Silsb,, "officiatin-" .l!e.r, Ilrst attenoant,,to :ne/(hese services and enjoy Siblelles' and Harry Kindler. They # ~ r~lng, ano reserve champion 1 ! ~ t S 1 sin Roe, Roy Brandon Neil l~,,~i ...... h,, ~orlon~ ann] ....... /preacliag and go:pc ." ging. ]took the place of Ralph Spie- I NC. In acnlevement,Deer,an(] , . Hunt~mger, & Leon Genette ear . .............. ~el W E Schoen and Harold Earl Sdsby. The Casket b. - . , .... Burialwasmade m thefam-[ers were" Nolin Hainv Carl [ M).,md M,s. F,ank M yer.[ ........ Beam tractor, Judy Atwood, silv(.r o ily plot at Esbon Cemetery. troll Hajn'y, Lawrence' Gar-[achievment, award;. Terry/n hid Kind(r E sit, ttooker, J Officers for the 1966-67 year I -IVODOFII, Sliver achievement/, "'o( "(i ~" P ' II i i '. Iman James Garman, Nor-I a .~..a ...... ......... ~ i,,~/"ee n )~ n am au' e manlare Ed Marr, premdent; Ray .... ~ ]FLOYD H. MAY - Obituary Iman Morris, Lloyd Mills, lr I?'*"of~,",''~',;L~'''~ ':'b"r"?~'s'il' [,ve'e gt ests o' My! a Phillips I qlnith vice-president" and El- ' ' in su....,r; rlelen l.)el e t, , - , , , " ' ' ,, ' ' _. -- [interment was in the Burrlver achievement award and[and '~e)'a l~olhnger to a lovelylwynn Tophtf, secretary-trea- ! mn m dmry, Debra B)I , I I ~14~.11~ I,%J, dl*J1111 ~" l L~ yU, IYlO.~ ~iL %,~O11%,,%~11.dt1~) IVll~ l~l(;Lt V OU~ I i~ . . Lg.~ ,~. lj~,r(S ,.-,.,~ v.u*-~ ~.~.....,,.,m '~ ' ' n ....... ~ ..... ~ ......... daughters,iq d HamsOntwo Ma son|_OUThe H~ghlanders E H U , MIunambc)stlae(~l the~v~ r s wlrs. nat b ormoso Corn Y " Y, - [Oak Cemetery. ] reserve cham'qon in beef"/SUpl)er at the Buffalo Roam on J surer. Mrs. Ray Smith was of Thomas Floyd and Arvillal I ..... v - '/October 30 ! elected coun" .......... '~ ~,~,"- " er e nam , , w..,e,,.. nn M~v was born on ~ I ............ I~teven uDert, res v c p- [ [ ""'" "-#, " ~,'~t~~r tn/~t~ " " "" " (ler " ............. )nan farm southwest of Mankato F ......... =1 l e.e ve c.amp,on I o.o.o Coo.m,t oo omUo . wo o Kansas, on June ~t), l~u).I We wish to thank friendslDavid Atwood, reser~'el .... |named at the meeting. The cx .He departed thin hfe. at.hksland neighbors of our mothedchampion in photography;I The day began like any oth ]ecutive committee is composed home on r~ovemDer lb, lut~t),lfor the cards, letters, flow-JJack De[bert, reserve champ-[rr day. Mary Jane (a littlelof the offieers. Members of at the age of 75. years, 5lers, food, and many otherlion in nhoto~ranhv" Ronald]girl) ~nd Daisy ( ~er cat) were|the budget committee are Har- months, ana one aa . Y. Ikmd deeds shown her, also[Whelchel, champion in[t)layma hide-and seek on thelold Totten, Elwynn Topliff and He was umted in marriage the numerous deeds and l(nt(d rool of the a ,utment . _ " _" " [ ..... }. [swine; Duane Atwood,[ " '" ' ' "P'" [Gerald Boyles; policy commit- to ary LOU t.mma Sweet thoughts ol consloeratlgll ht u cBut then sum(thin, .... I .... [champion in weed control] :~ '. , ' " g[ tee--Ray Smith, Ralph Andcr: on ~arch 22 1917 at Sm]tla snown us Clurlngour De 1 ( m ht I)a~sv s e md be1 ...... [ "land wheat quality; Da e De[-/ "~ r: ",'. '." ,ye : . "nglson, and Gerald Dempsey; ~enter, ~ansas lney began reavement . " ' [bert and Nyla Thomas re-la normal cat she chased it.|nolicv execution--Harold To*- housekeeping on the farm[ --The Family of [ceived reeD/gait[on as first/The "something" went dowr [ ten "Harry Kindler Geral~l southeast of wtankato. I Cora Fuller. [year members; and Edwinl(he space between the build [ Dempsey and Mike Caldwell" this umon were born seven r , . ' " . I I Deibert received ecognition[in~ and the (n~(, next to it. So[ service and property--Nelson children- Margaret Arvl!la[C D o~ T~KS las a graduating member. [(lid 1)ais~'. Thus begins the lit [Keeler Clomer Sine and Mike May, wno passed away in m- __ . " , ~ . , ' - #a,,,,~ .... !:or, ....... 7 ,o,o.[ ...... [ --Judy Atwood, Reporter. [er,,ly howling story of I)alsy s [ Caldwell; membership Mrs. ~,~, v~_. ...... ~.' "~;"'1 we w~sh to acznow~eageI Idilcmma in the story "Fire-lEIwynn Topliff Mrs Charles Iutlarles lnomas lvlay, ae w~th , r aria see t e ~cturcs otme __..._.a ~..=^,a r~..,.. ~.....~[ ' deep app eclat[on the[Arthur Malsbury [maa Save my Cat!" by Tony]Logan Mrs Cl'omer'Sipe'citi- ~..-u~.;.... ~..~... m.....~ ~....]many kindnesses shown us in[Passed Away [t alazzo. Mrs. Beverly James lzenship--Mrs. Ed Marr Mrs. ^. r,~ .... a.^. ~n,, ~an..,, e. ~,]ur time of sorrow. For thel -- [ will also read a favorite of l l~alph Anderson Mrs. Clomer _; . .. _. , beautifu~ floral offering and| Arthur Malsbury passed[ children "The 500 Hats of Bar- J Sipe; Safety 'Mrs Nelson IE.lSeYOIlbo~nc~Isa;n ~[cards of sympathy. Your[away Friday Nov. 18, at the[t,hoI()mew Cuhbtns" andIKe~ler Mrs Geraid Bovl('s $l~ip- , ......... [thoughtfulness will be remem-IVeterans Hospital in LincohLl"T~,en(v t~o little Cats" andl~,rs /~I"-r- 'Kindl ..... s" bi(i wa n'ggatn3c) i t e, Slbe"ed.fw ys . [Nebr. unerai s.eyv'ces the to,y which wonl arr; ;:gram-- Irs?'Harry The ramny of Edna wi bcott llelo lVlonoay, INov Zl, at tht W]lham Allen Wh~ rd Mrs, Marvin Miller ofl " , ' ' I " "] , ' " , "te awa I Kindler. Mrs. Mike Caldweli, t3awker City, and Mrs, Law-[ ------~, . [Auburn: Nebr. ~ twill bc reviewed at the Formo-[and Mrs. Nelson Keeler. rence Keefer of Beloit ICARD OF THANKS J ~ .. ]so Conamunity Library's Chil J " Jovce SDiegel ~weet home ure ~ - "~ " o~. .~ ........ I -- | ' r." [dren s Story Itour Saturday | - lie llVeCl' all his llte qn al i Rt 1 Box 321o ' ' " ' ' '" fam'n hnrno in Jowell County] A special thanks to Melvia[,.. ~. , ' " [Nov. 26, at 3:30. [7.r,,.I t'...a,, m .... I.t tier 1VIa*nkato and Montrose I Kindler and Elsie Hooker for/ e .... . .... l ............ I "1 .......... I Enclosedis ourcheck for lBazaar Su-er And A ction I 1 ~wo nne meres wnue we wsxt pp u 'He was a member of tae[. " : ]an,"her .... ar ,q" r~,oords VA [ [ The 2nd Grade Brownie ed ~ ~ thew homes m Mankato Methodmt Church. He was a[ ' "]alw-,,,s look for it -ach Mon / _ ~,~-- -, n [Troop 178 met Nov. 21. Orange k~nd o,,a l,,vin,, father HelSuch lovely meals will not be~ "~ "-. 1 Formoso ~nristmas t~azaarl,~,;,,u .....,.; .... n .... ,.....o =,~.,~ .~ ~ [ ~.1-.. _nn ~'n;0" "ll"h~ n-ws ' lU---. ,.,,u,,,~o a.,. ~u~,,~.~ . . , uay a u i:. j ,y