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;i~ i~ ' i!ii~ + :: < resses louses ny on sale is the same kind of quality you'd expect at CALLIE'S. is the price. During our twice - Yearly Clearance Sale. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilson and Mrs. Peggy Lowery of Omaha, attended Ionia Grade School. Mrs. Bonner of Omaha, Mrs. Sharon Borger attended a Tea Sybil Finch and Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday afternoon at the Roy Van Wey. It was a post- home of Mrs. Walter Larson of New Year's dinner and to help Cawker for former girl alumni of Cawker High. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ahlvers and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ahlvers and Dennis were guests to an oyster soup supper Wed- :nesday of Mr. and Mrs. John Ahlvers honoring Mrs. Larry Ahlvers' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moyer were hosts to a card party New Year's Eve for the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Railsback, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Grimes, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Colson, and Mrs. Penny Finch observe her birthday. This was the first time in five years Mr. and Mrs. Gates and their daughters had been to- gether. Athens PTA will meet Wed- nesday evening, Jan. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Henningsen were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer of Downs. Mrs. Penny Finch and Janie and Mrs. Susy Walcott, Kelli and Kimberly, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Wey. Nelson of Red Cloud, hnd enjoy- ed the Rose Bowl Parade and football games on color TV. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz and Sherri and Mrs. Bertha Dietz spent the New Year's weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Veryl Dietz and Danny at Garnett. Glenda Lee Bartley of Super- ior had the following guests for dinner New Year's Day and to watch the Rose Bowl Parade and football games in color: Dar- Manhattan, Margery L. Brent of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley and Gaff. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Simmelink of Madras, Ore who had been visiting relatives and friends here, returned to their home on Saturday evening. They were ac- companied by Mrs. Floyd Sim- melink, who will visit her bro- ther, Walter Tucker, there and other relatives and friends. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wen- dell Moyer and family on New Mr. and Mrs, Terry Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. John Ahlvers Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Borger, drove to Franklin, Nebr Sunday Sharon and Charlotte, were New to visit Wilbern Buttermore, Year s Day guests of Mrs. Wilma who is in the hospital there suf- fering from a severe case of pneumonia. NEWS FROM HOME ECONOMIC AGENT'S DESK By Mary Frances Flentie, HEA What Is Your "Emotional Health"? The first iesson in a series of four on Emotional Health was given Thursday, Dec. 30, at the Armory for Home Economics rell Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Extension Club leaders. Mrs. Gregg, Theron and Thadean, of Glenda Pearson, Republic Coun- Norton, Glenn Bartley, Jr of ty Home Economics Agent, pre- sented the lesson with emphasis on feelings of the individual to ward self, toward others, and feelings about life. The of emotional maturity included: empathy, respect, reliability, problem solving, intelligence and time planning. Wierenga. Mrs. Thelma Hauptli and Rog- er, and Ensign Douglas Hauptli were guests New Year's night of Mr. arm Mrs. Jennings Borger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ahlvers and Dennis left for their home Fri- day morning after spending their holiday vacation with rela- fives here. The Red Cross Bloodmobile The ladies who received this lesson were: Mrs. Claude Frost, Mrs. Melvin Shiptey, Mrs. Ar- thur Lichty, Mrs. Carl Stepp, Mrs. Marie Everson, Mrs. Deane Fogo, Mrs. Earl Buckley, Mrs. Year's Day were: Mr. and Mrs Robert Mar]hugh, Mrs. Guy Ball, Mannie Loom]s, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. O. Haegert, Mrs. Clare Monroe Little, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley, Mrs. Leo Birdsell, Mrs. Harry Moyer, and Mrs. Anna Joe Fobes, Mrs. Dow Stansburs~, Mrs. Charlie Russell, Mrs. Clint- on Reynolds, Mrs. Max Van Horn, Mrs. Roy Headley and Mrs. Melvin Boyer. New Name Effective Jan. 1, 1966, the Kansas Home Demonstration Units will be given a new name. They will be known as Kansas Extension Homemakers Clubs. Serving Frozen Fruits However you serve frozen : : ,: ; ] ! will be in Manka on Jan. 13 at fruit, it tutes best if WADDELI, & F,D, Mutual Fund &ares National Di~. rt tmtor Represented loda|Ly hy STA~--EY ~RR ESBON, KANSAS Prospectus on Request Inc. Audrey Ahrens of Manhattan, Mrs. Mona Meier of Ft. Collins, Colo and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ahrens. , Garry Everson left Sunday .morning for Boulder, Colo after spending a week's Christmas va- cation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Gillis Everson, and other relatives and friend~. YAMAHA SPORTCYCLE SALES SERVICE Y i/k JACK'S 17t13" "A DIAPER QUICK!" One emergency you can avoid - Lhe loss of daily business receipts from fire or theft. Place them in the NIGHT' DEPOSITORY EXCHANGE BANK at STATE "ONO~e SVON" !i )i ~ii: ii i i'~II~ i:i