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,, . "r~ ~ 4A 5E' -ELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAJ lh0R SDAY, h ~ ' ome of their sister, Mrs. Ida lHostess gift - a lovely flower-~ Chester Van Meter Sunday. several schools of business. Christmas meeting. NextI Mr., and Mrs. Rnnnie Brown her • ~¢ :R, oss ~nd husband, Fred, It[~i 4super weight, was won by IMr" and Mrs. Pay Vestal call- Mrs. Bernice Reed attended m~(:iling will be Jan. 12 wth[ and children, Salina, snent Mr. Grout was an unplanned visit by the[Gladys Van Meter. A lovely led in the afternoon and Mr. a reception Saturday evening Grace Cole as hostess. I the v(eekend with her par(m,.- trucked Vachel 'brothers and 5 sisters and co-[tree centered the lace cover-[,nd Mrs. Percy Jepson were for Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fager ~I..._and Mrs. Vern Dem[ IMr.. and Mrs. Lh)yd Falk ' ,alllr to Kan$ Home Towner incidentally they all were to-led table in the living roomlevening guests, at the Hotel Leslie in Super- soy, Mr. and Mrs. Marr~ ~tr nnd Mrs Marr 1);rap afternoon. Va~ 2/IOnday, Dec. 19 Merry getber at one time for quite[and .there were gifts for all./ - -- Christmas and Happy New some time. They found Mrs.[Next meeting will be at the/iI || ~m. ""Mr and Mrs E- M "" , Dempse.v, Mrs. Quincy Sflls~s(2y.and Mr. and Mr.%. I"orrest w/]I, h ...... "Year to the "l:~ecord" Staff. Ross some better and up and|home of Mrs. Leona Topliff/M~llale ~|fillllie were und y p. m. c~Nt*'s£n a,u'"a ,,,', .~'" a u,ueue!,~,,a pun-'°!an hrdmeana weoanl~t' ores( De m~SCYol t:onmeattended IrOUml F)cmpm3¢~ ~tson ,,,,,,;'nd 1" mat[y< ..... . ,a ul Rob V Mrs.cj ¢ Guy. Ro, w ~oday is another mild winter around the house since her re /on Jan. 27 and time for oleo- [ I I[JI|~1 VI~ WV ' Dempsey at Tur-[ ~guests• ; ' of .... e ........ Mz:s.;n (mlnt, r 1~' ' - ?,srs,tMrsS j.a,)huns"l ond>'c/'., nd ,.',..k at flay--and we are about to give turn from the hospital. Mr. It]on of officers. ~tlp ,hope for a white Christmas Oscar Ross. Fred's brother. / Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jens- Mrs. C. Summers ' ~hls D't';r 1-' -- " s::, I r~an.. ~a~uJaay afternoon. It, Demosey. ]T,'el'l'er's home ,. t'e t l%eeu v. lieu Mr and Mrs. A. R. Jacon-V , " ' . ,( ( ,, ~tlt any kind of moisture and Mrs. Armajene Whitney ]by, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marr, Mrs B~,,,;o,, ~,,,,a ..... relatives in Kearney Wednes- son and Mrs J ( Jones on-. mr. and Mrs ,h.rry lxumey~ J ~ J~- Would be welcome, were also Sunday guests. JMi:.kyn Mrsi3: yt Dpme Tedl Concordi£'v [or*' ,;'nd y a : ,, .... " ....... :,: : and Me ly .oth M,' W,, w s,, eve, "'"#" Lerl, alneo w1tn a (1 nnor ~UD,- ¢ n- "" ' ' " " I S ......... da-- ' ...... .., I a 0 xlrs. Don Grehm,,.r at Bo I Mr,fry ('hristma, Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne Needle Craft Club held their I . . ' ternoon. Mr. ann Mrs. lv~arv~ ~ woo-y m nonor o[ r~mpn s olrtu - I ........ ] " " ' d ., '~ [lOlL ~,untlay a[tcTnool| | " --- .... :". of Webber, Mr. and Mrs. EdChristmas meeting at the [early S~!urday mornmg at Several from this vicinity her and Alvin aeompanied by ay. Those attenamg we. el .... • .... " ~ ...... Stansbury of Formoso, Mr. home of Mrs. Ruth Rothchild|theQuenun J, eecenomeequ~p-attended the Super]at H gt) Mrs. Eleanor Cnsp n and Wy-[Mrs. Thee. Kelly Mrs. Fief-! Merry t;nmstmas (-or5 MANY Telgl~,o • " " ' one " .... and Mrs. Lewis Ihmoy of Re- Friday, I)ec. 16. On account [pet, w]tn all me m~!a,ng:s mfj School Christmas Vesper pro- lie Kirkpatrick were Saturdaylence Holdren, Ethyl Dempse y. I ' I public, Mr. and Mrs. Starrof illness for some and bust-[~ generous nrea~tast .an.~ cm-1 gram Sunday afternoon. I evening supper guests at I)onlGrace Cole, Pat ,Sullivan a ndJ --- I Oar Mncerest t Vale and Miss Dolly Vale eli hess appointments of others, ]~ee w!tn the Le,eces m honor Mrs. Paul Rathbtm accom. Webber's in Bek)it. [Morgie Sutherland. ]~I~ - mn I nl.tnV reb,iives I Webber visited Sunday at tht. only 5 members were present. I°t mew zam weoamg anmver-lpanied hy Mrs. Violet Graham ............. [ The Christmas supper :and lWd~['~ ~_~ I~¢~ rm. (he cards and " Isary" . [attended the funeral of Mrs II [program was *held at tLe[ |llKil,}|l rlowe,.~ nnd visitS! [1[ II // Mr. ..... and Mrs. Bruce .... 'a'yers' I) F;yl K)'ueger ~r~ .... twatnce on"l ~lfll~.r~l~~ Montrose Church Sunday ev- I Mrs. Vaehel Crawford wife and mother I ann batlme xtr ano ,v~rs 1%t- ~ Satur" • ,~ ' .... ~" nay. I wnat a nusy time of the gr(.ally appx, cit /. +,+: Ichard+ Bagley and Mr. and[ Mr. and Mrs. I I) " " n , ] ~ , , ] I'l'%#''||ItJ,+ ening. I ....... m+,y in l,elleville. '+ 1 wtrs. aumor ~,eece, t~rmg ant and family of St-crier w,~r,~ I Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Vern Demp- year Everyone is in 't hurr., ~ -,' ,, +.~,, Leslie, Richard. ..... and Ricky Tnursaay"" " "even,ng " ca,,ers" ~lat | Mrs. Rosa S('hoonover re-~;Ynta~urMd[;'niQh'~naCnYd .~iuln]s Mr. Bill Kon,wdy (,f [.:ll'~s e,"~ ',:),id)'~,~',res '"./'~, '~' ~" Leece enjoyea po~ rock wire Marvin Webber's "turned to her home last Sun- '~t d Ru"sell. - - called on us Tuesday evening. I)athv ;filer her thmr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed day after spending several J;hns s. and gwls at St. Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Cra~ (-ial thanks to ford, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rob Quentin Leece on Monday attended u pre-Christmas din- c~oti~kSN:;trh relatives in Lin- Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Murray bins were shopping ~ th,s ALL TOYS night in honor of their wed-nor with relatives in Salina , . • and girls were Saturday din-tings, Nebr. on Thursday af- (tingTheanniversarY.Methodist Church pro- Sunday, ~ imM~iSs.(~l(e;$ i~llm~t of Sup}w-net g~ests of Mr. and Mrs. tetmoon and evening. gram and Fellowship supper Mrs. Ella Summer.; visited " . ' 'p g care (or Jerry Murray at Marquette. :Mr. and Mrs b ., 1.. I' I was held at the church Sun-with Mrs" Chas" Ruth °f St h;~r" ~rr'~mf"d';'ughter at the JessNeaseandMlssKathyGr°enberg°fJeweCIren~[i I day evening. Tlie Gradel perior Wednesday p.m. z ......... " I ltoldren of Concordia and ] callers of Mr. and Mrs. M. It. I School program and Christ-I Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hansen Gra('e Cole spent Wodnes-lMiss Mary Frm]ees Flentie of] Kissingor Wednesday evening, ~mas tree will be held at the l°f Minneapolis, Minn. came day with Mr. and Mrs. ArbylMankato were Sunday ~dinnerI Mrs. Harley Zimmer's no- Ischool house Thursday even-[ Saturday to spend the holt- Cole at Burr Oak. I guests of Mr. and Mrs! Geo. I thor. Mrs. O ga Elniff of R'm ALL TABLE LAMPS & ling. Christmas music will be Idays with her mother, Mrs. Mr and Mrs Richard Rus-IHoldren ,dall ..... ,-1 ~, ,,-'- ,' • • ' * " " ! - ~ ..... ,-, .,.ray lnursclay. /played by Mrs. Shirley LeecelElean°r Crispin, and her sis- so, and g[,'ls of St.. JohnsI Callers the past week]at thelm,z, funeral was held Sun(kly BEDROOM LAMPS ,o, he,, electric organ, weath-[ter, Mrs. Marvin Webber. and were visitors at the Vern [Prank Dompsey home We/i;e [a[%ernoon. We e~tend our sym- er permitting. I family• l)empsev hon)e last week. ]Roy Keeler, Morgie 'Suther-[l~'athy to her relatives. ' Patrieia Rathbun and Mari- Montrose Community Club lh)nd' Zolla Slaughter (and[/ Miss Brenda Reece came Mr. Tom Myers fell Sunday [lyn Intermill went ~2 Lincoln met Thursday afternoon at the .Mrs Connie Russell and girlstlhome Friday from the B~ownl morning at the homo of his [ Thursday where th(y visited Parish Itouse. This wa~ the[and Gee. Sills./Mackie College at Salina l'orI ALL KITCHEN ITEMS Mrs. Donna Marr, but happily, no serious in- ,:~ 2" I) LOOK FOR ON MERCHANDISE BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION -- OPERATING UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVISION a lighter run of livestock on hand Thursday, the steady to strong on light weight cattle with the steers and cows selling lower than the previous a good number of buyers on hand and action good throughout our entire sale. Ijsted below are sales from out last Thursday's auction: It. C. Stafford, Formoso, 6 black bull calves, avg. weight 28.80; Art Pederson, Hardy, IS whitefaced steers, 844 at 23.05, also 5 black avg. wgt. 81S at 24.10. Burr Oak, 18 black steers, avg. wt. 438 at 29.80. Hardy, 20 shorthorn steers, avg. wgt. 820 also 7 black whitefaced steers, avg. wgt. 8S1 at R. C. Stafford, Formoso, 2 whitefaced heifers, avg. I at 24.25. Gene Fisher, Byron, 6 whitefaced heifers wBt. 636 at 22.60. Bob Korb, Burr Oak, 17 black wgt. 520 at 28.00. Ethel Simmons, Courtland, weight 1500 at 20.50. Jess Fulle , Hardy, 1 weight 1410 at 21.20. Kenneth Hamel, Nelson, 1 Cow, weight 860, at 15.00. I. M. Banks, Superior, 1 cow weight 1 40 at 14.90. Richard Tegley, Burr cow weight 1160 at l&~& Kime Bros.,i Cow weight 950 at 14.26. George Him,..' 1 black cow weight 1080 at 16.70. Dal- Guide Rock, 1 black cow weight 1140 at Keim, Nelson, 1 holstein cow weight 1080 Steinman, Nelson, 1 black bull at 240.00. Davenport, 5 whitefaced steers weight 562 Harvey Senson, Edgar, I swiss cow weight 1810 Helman, Nelson, 8 white feeder hogs avg. wgt. 170 Clarence Farver, Nora, 14 red pigs at 17.50 per Uilom, Courtland, 8 hamp pigs at 17.75 per Frahm, Nelson, 12 white pigs at 19.26 per head. McCiure, Formoso, 20 hamp pigs at IS.75 per Mellott, Superior, 10 hamp pigs at l&|0 per Sehreiver, Superior, 18 white pigs at 18.S0 , sales of both cattle and hogs. We womid like to wish all our customers, both old and sew, Chrl mas and a Happy New Year, also thank , eur patronage the past year. For highest prices ltvestock, bill your next consignment to the MeKee Superior where our Interest is getting the o t. your livestock and furnishing clean and nod. for handling them. For more information about ltvesteek or any of our coming auctions, get In touch] feel free to call us collect when consigning your I SUPERIOR, NEBR. H/'], L MeKee, Owner, Superior, Nebr. Phone r/9-$711; M, Manager and auctioneer 870-$707 pinto KRFS at 7:15 or to KMMJ at 7:30 on Thursday consignment information for our sale, jury resulted. He is feeling. much better today. Several Lovewoll parents at- tended Junior tligh Christmas program Sunday p. m. at Mankato, and later attended the program at the Lovewell Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bow- ray from Hutchinson came up to her parents' home to spend Wednesday night and Thurs- day went deer hunting. They were unlucky in even sighting any deer. Mr. Ivan Van Meter and also Edwin and Stanley Van Meter were among those ....... :,-.:.., last week who each got a deer. ~::i?,;~i::....:: .::~ ....... Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Peele of Kanapolis and Mr. and ~i~iii~;:-.~::: " Mrs. Ivan Van Meter were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I CHRISTMAS ,..,,... & • SEP.VICE GAS COMPANY CITIES .... ONAt- ~U|LOINO FIRST N~'' ._... OKLAHOI4'~I% 0 KL#~H.OMA CI-V~, December 20, _966 : .: ;,:,. ..- ": .. ~;~:..~'~"" ': - -w. ~:~'~"~;~"'u";~"* I MANKATO - FORMOSO RANDALL - JEWELL Dear FriendS: m any o xld like t.o ,e at Cities Service GvaeS/ e rr¥ christmas t %~ish you and yours a ble. this on the Company'S pipeline this need £or _ .. e demands, ease, but _ ticipated 66' th ..... d ncr - been an ~-- .---- PnmDaLL~' *" -- "IQ~'I i:ttt~-~ _.t..4nn IJ.z, vm plans u"Y_2orY, in an ;or gas ne dS in its the deman= orecaS _ s ready : ncreaseS be able_. =dvance-'P-u " indeed, -os years natura '- .t growing to supply • ur best r afe eana - accePt -° = ason in GaS Compan_Y Be V -eS Serv* --d conveu- healtlW t' "of us at r com Or "to come. thst t~LOSV ,~ laOW Or ~/u ~-, -- . e arin, /_ = time in the r '.ii~:iii!iu }? ri i who 1)rov[ded serve(I lhe dinner hHh'es on the day twill service. We graief'ul and saYt to all. God Ble,~s , (',port{o,,' Move Mr. and Mrs. ( SM~elbower. Tony Simic pr( tin man from S~ a Mankato busi,! Tt es(lav. He our~ kato P[wking Co. in town. Much Joy is wished for all. MANKATO AND