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and CLUBS mint be ia by ~ Itlm~) $ .ANNOUNCED ~Teolm Taylor, announce the daughter, Scott and Mrs. Beloit, Kan- of Man- and is a fresh. Co ,mmun. Conoordia, is a grad- School and ~ Central Ken- School Presenely en- da~e has bee1~ ~a Mr. and Mrs. WiRiam Pec- outek, Esbon, announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Cheryl Ann, to Rick L, Hill, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Rassdl Hill, Smith Center, Kansas. "fine bride-elect .was graduated from Esbon High School and is attending Fo~t Pays State Col- |ego. Her fiance, a senior at Kan- sas State University, is major- ing in Chemical Engineering and Business Administratiou. ,Wedding plans are incom- Br~gvtte Club The club held its Christmas party at Che home of Mrs. C~arles McGinnis with all merm hers present. A Christmas theme was carried out in ~able decoratioxts and throughout the home. Each member received a gift .from the hostess. Mrs. Ed Walker held high score. The ne~ meeting Will be Jan. 8 with ~&rs. i~a~aoud O'Kara. l~o - Ella 8. QUl) A~ 0~$. met :Dec. 23, the regular meet- Mrs. Fradk ing mdght, and held ~ticm. The following were ~ed=" 8. Vera F,~hea, Worthy Matron; Mrs. Her~tel Rhea, Worthy P~tron; June Dempsey, Associa~ Mat; - v0~; Gerakl Dempsey, Asso- Roam, Mr. el&to Patron; Mickey Jones, Grottt, St. Conductress; Loretta Wilson, Mrs. Phllill Associate Conductress; Lenore Smith, Secretary; Opel MeOam- F.W. Boyd, man, Treasurer; Ollle Reager, -7:80 ,Mar~h~; 'Edna Moore, Chap- lain; Josephine .l~ler, Organ- tst; Sharou Wat~a, Ada; Sarah Wa~er, Ruth; ~ Jchnso~ E~,her; ,Bessie Kulken, Martha; I~radley J~ly Berneita Mc~L,~r, E~ecta; Ka- house therine Nelson, Sentinel; John lovely P. Jones, Warder. Aunita An- -.~ttractively de~son d Belleville was the in- CIRrst- ~ officer and ,Bernetta a beautiful Mc~h'O~ the marslml. A~ter- of greens ad. wards reh'es~nents were ~rv- of the oce..a, ed wi~ EuoJ.ce Su ,dmland and room table Ollie Reager, the hostess corn- holiday /rdttee, in charge. with an at. ~, nnd red can. Judy were ~uestS Ibr ~ "dimmr these at ~ home of Mr. and M~. and Carl MeE1roy .and Warren were Mrs. Bob Mr. ~ Mrs. Ray MOE~y of Park, Kaa,, Randall, Mr. and Mrs. Chester the ~ Hanson and daub, Oa~a, [~vore Smith, and Sharon W~ t011. emd Joy I~ our sincere wish ~)tlr Qommunity, for our frlandl. KANSAS m~r,.OYM~R P, hFRis Elaine Stone and Max Kah,esta and groomsman was Sylvan Oyler were unRed in Dennis" Sto~e, Emporia, broth- marriage Sunday, December 21, in the Olive ~ill ChuT~h of Su- perior, Nebraska. The Rev. Gorman Foley officiated a~ the double ring ceremony. " Parer, Is of ~he couple are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone, M~n- kato, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- momi Oyler, Ingails, Kansas. The musicians were Jerry Blackstone, Superior, the pian- ist, and Sonya Addison, Ingal~, was soloist. The bride chose an E~'npire gown 0f satin overlaid with Ras- chael lace with a tiered train. Her. wasist4eagth veil was at- tached to a white petal head- piece. The 'bride's bouquet was ~f pink roses arranged Oh a white Bible. The matron of honor was Marlene Stone, Lawrence, Ne- braska, sister-in-law of the bride, and the bridesmaid was Veta Oyler, 4n~ails, sister of the groom. The matron of honor ware an ,Empire frock of blue brocade acetate and a veil of pale blue. The bridesmaid wore a simihr dress of pink and a pale phtk, veil. Each carried a 10ng stemmed whRe rose. Taperlighters were P~nda and Rex Oyler, Ingalis, sister and brother of the groom. The flower gir~ was Christine Stone and ring bearer Jim Stnne, ba~v. rence, niece and nephew of the bride. Best roan'was Norm,an Erkie. 8'IVtFFORD.J(ItSEPH Mr. and Mrs. James H. Stab ford of Route I, Warren, Ore. gun, announce .the marriage of their da~j~Rer, Linda Pauline Btatford, to ~Ronald Y. Joseph, son of Mrs. G. W. Joseph, ol Portland, Oregon. The ceremony was performed Decenber ,l~th, 196~, in the Ctmmbers of Judge Burke, Port. ~md, Oregon..The bride's par. eats and the groom's mother were in aftendance. The groom is an employee of the Pioneer Division of Flin~ kote Company, Portland, Ore, gun. The bride wilt continue her employment at the Tower ~Branch of U.S. National Bank. The couple is at home in Portland. M~r. aad Mrs. Hugo Soda- Will Celebrate 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Seder of Formoso were married Jan. 14. 1~0, and w~ll celebrate their S0~ anniversary Jan. 14, 1970. l~riends and relatives will waat to send cougratulatiozts and c~rds to them on this'oc. casion. er of the bride. Ushers were Jim Stone, I~ence, brother of the bride, and Glenn Oy~er, Kalvesta, brother of the groom. Vonia Oyler, Ingalis, sister of the groom, registered the ~guests. Alicla ,A~drews, Hbl- eomb, and Cheryl Woerne, ,Mank~to, opened and displayed tho gi~. A reception followed the wed- ding with music presented by Jerry Blackstone, pianist, and Aticia Andrews, soloist. Those assisting at the reception table were: Mrs. Bob Screen, Wich- ita, sister of the groom; Mrs. G~lenn Oyler and Mrs. Ray Oyler, Inga,lls, sisters-in-law of Che groom. The hostess of the reception was Mrs. German Foley. Decorating the recepfiou table was a beautiful three tier- ed cake accented with pink and dainty blue forget-me- nots. The cake ,was baked and decora~,d by Wilma Andrews o~ Mankato. Mrs. Oyler graduated from Burr Oak High School and at- tended Sterling College in Ster- ling, Kansas, and graduated wit~ a degree in Business FJdu. cation. She is presen,fly teach- Jag a~ Jamestown, Kansas. Her husband is a graduate of Cim- an'on High School and is ac- tively engaged in farming. ~11owiug a wedding trip to Kansas City the couple will be at home in Jamestown. Cdmsts for dinner Christmas Day at the home of Mrs. M. L. Shively were Mr. and Mrs. Bill C~Uoott of Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hale and V~lerie of Atwood, Mr. and Mrs. @ary .Hale, David and G'egg of Law- re~e, and Mrs, Alta Cldlc~ C~ests for dinner Chri~Rnum Day at the home Of Mrs. George Huntington were Mrs. Curtis Foisom and Mrs. Ed Slattery of JeweU. ,Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ~afferd ,had as their ~uests for a C~zrist- mas Eve dinner at the Buffalo Roam Steak House, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wood of East Lafayette, Ind., Miss Helen Staf- b~rd and Miss Mary Hulse. The above were all dinner guests at thetmme of Mi~ ~ on C~u-istm~ Day. B Happy days ahead and DAR GOOD CITIZEN CONTEST m Desi~ Tobey Sears Chapter, DA:R, has s/mounced t~at year's Good Citizen Girls have been selected. 'l~is outest b open only to ~iris of the senim" elassos and only one girl from each class is selected by her I~ school faculty as outstand- ing in service, depen~hL~i,'ty, leadership, scholarship and l~- ~. The girls will receive t~qr ~ Citiz~pms" and ~erti~catos in ,MarCh when they t~letts as clmrch pianist and organist at the Burr Oak Met~ odist Church: She a~ takes a~ ~ettve part in Y-Teens and Pep Club in her ktgh school. to become a medical li- M~m~e~ - Fug~te In a single wedding cere- mony Dec. 20th, Mary Under- wood~Mounkes was united in marriage to ~Ioyd Frigate in Kansas City, "Phe couple will make their home at the residence of Mary, 6012 S. Barton, Apt. B, Shaw- nee, Mission, Kansas. ~'$, JOyCe C[evenger ~ugbter, Jan~ce, of New York ~ an'ived Dec. g2 to spend the Christmas holidays at the of ,her perches, Mr. and Mrs. D. IL Belch. They left ~m~clay to return to their home. co~ mz01v Thursd#y, 5anuary I, i~ Page 3 -'Section 1 and .-Bob Park, KaVa. last Wednesday to spend maser flwhomeofherl~r- ants, Mr. and Mrs. 'm~U~ Jt~y. Tuesday to Monday ~th her daub, Eva Mae Volker ~d ~anu~ at ~rr Oak ~ Cta-~t- and to help her grandma celebrate his birthday. , BACKACHE~ HOW TO EASE IT. IN 12 HOURS, wiU be guests of the local chap, ' Ja~ee Basetet,.d Janice Marie Bass~ord, 1~E[ N. Mill, in Beloit is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bass~rd. She is an A student, active in Pep Climb, Y-Teen& band, and is secret.ary o~ the $udent Council. She hopes to attend the University of Kansas and ma~ m ~retgn lar4ma~m. O~aryl t~m~ o~-yl Under~d, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Under- wood, Burr Oak, attends Eab0n High School. Sho has served as class officer, student council representative, band twirler, and is an active member of th~ ~h school pep dub. C~ena Ires been an outstanding 4~ member for seven years. She is interested in continuing her oducation, possibly stu~ Pa~rlcia Weltm~ Patrlcia L. Weltmer, daug~. tel" of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Welt. me', Mankato, was one of the enndida?es ~or Homecoming ..... Queen. She is active in Kay. .~ ~. ottes, Oougarettes, and is a /~ member of the high school ! ...... bend. She is a member of the ::::~ ....... : :: Methodist Chm'ch choir. She GH~ ~ to attend Eansas Univer. Peggy Marlene Grifi~.h, sity, possibly becoming a toaeh- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- er' ert G ri~eth, JewelS, is a mem- ber- of the National Honor So. O~d~a Hanson from Oraa~ta 'clety, serves as class officer, spent (~ristmas vacation with Y-Te~, and is a talented mtt~ her falks, Mr. and Mrs. Chaunter ~|diau taking part in all music Hanson. activities, as well as Pep Chub. She pleas o attend Emporia State, majoring in elementary educattm~ May 1970 be a great and sucr..~laful year- a big big thank y0u fine I for one and all. people, fine c s,tomers. INmm Oct Oiana L. Oat, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arden Oat, Burr Oak, is an A student, active in music activities, shar~ her Raymond .... ' and:---Oelmer, BLE 5TORE } Barbers G: ULZ.; I I I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. SaRi~h If not pleased, Four 48c back at any dru~ counter. Take S GI~ I~Uo and son, ,Randy, of La I~bra, KETS tablets in one daF to lm~r~at~ Calif. and a friend, Dan ]Pi~- and r~lulate passage and to KA~I= a[erai]d, c~'~e Thur~ to ~Dend. BACKACHE. Now at (dealm"o ~). i~eml days at the home of WAGNER DRUG ffJPO~B MPs. Smith's sister, Mrs. D.,.. I .... ' "~ )~Ich, and Mr. Ba~l~ I ,Mr. and Mrs. Stew Field and.Br_~. , Dana of Riley were here for OhrL~'rtas st the .home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac, and brother, Isaac. Mr. and Mrs. Frank spent ~ Day at the home of their granddaughter, i Mrs. Gayna Nicks, and family at Superior. 3udy ,Ross, who is a student at the University Florida, Gainsville, Fla., came last week to spend Christmas at the home d her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Walker. Mr. and M~. Wilbert Fritz Of Arlingtan, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Peirce, Kimber~ and Cameron of;Butehinson Karts. were weekend guests al the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Ray. round O'~ara. Mrs. Fritz, who is Mrs. O'Hara's sister, and Mr. Fritz were hou~ guests ,last week at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Peirce ,and fand]y in Hu~. Gerald Thompson ,flew to tdinneapolis, Minn. to spend Christmas at .the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moone~ and ~amity. Mr. and Mrs. John I-la~e and ~Wrs. ~ce Johnson of Clyde, Mr. and Mrs. Vkrden P, me, and ,Maria, and David Rude of Atwood and Rudolph Johnson o~ Co~ were dbmer guest~ '.Chrislmas Day at the home o~ Mrs. Glenn Hale. Mr. and Mrs Fred Hale and V alerie of At. wood and Mr. and Mrs. '~ Hale, David and Gregg of Fence were guests in t~te eve. inflation iMh,-ted Chances are, inflation has bat- Iooned the value Of your home, as well as the cost of replacfog losses, Your insurance may no, longer be enough. Call.me for~ a free Survey. STAT FARM FIRE AND CASUALTy COMPANY - Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois Annual Interest Rate o.: f. f , Certt ecates o Deposit Six Month Term - $5,000.00 Minimum The First National Bank FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY "lithe Bank on the Comer and The Corm~r-Sto~e'of CONFIDENCE "I u , I i" ~ " _ t i ~ I~ 1 I FJM.C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DE~ BEEN RAISED TO $15,0e0.00 Mendmr Kamms Development Credit Corporation Member F.D.I.C. ~ 1983 ESTABLISHED 1883