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m m m mmm m " C.Ai, F.J~AR ---===------===;--==[Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lorence of Mankato. [mother, Mrs. Minnie Stafford, Isaac Meeker Dies Wesleyan News i~ -- i -7 ESBON lt~--~S [Hastings. Sunday evening guests of Mr. [were Saturday morning coffee Of Heart Attack,~ i~ lllW~Ntay~daZl 6~- By MRS RAIM~DI'4D A,VISON [ Mrs Melvin Shipley and Lyle and Mrs. Quentin Leece for a[guests of Mrs. Howard Field, Jr. Isaac Meeker 70. former re-) Rom. 6, 4. Therefore v~! xnm's ~ve nage C ub, M ! Dean attended a birthday party Pizza supper wore Mr. and Mrs. [ sident of the Jewell community, buried with himby baptism ~" I r ' aad ~M~ Glenn ~rout, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lorencelat the G!en Vo.boril home Fri- Bruce Ayers and Saunle andi died on the streets of Lerington, death: that like as Christ C~, Neig/~ors spent Christmas in San Antonio, day, helping Brian Voborfl cele- Mrs Deha Heldt Nev, on Thursda Dec 23, of a raised up from the dead by~ J~^lO-- .~,Texas, with their son, Gale, and[brate, iVir. and Mrs. Quentin LeeceI VALLEY VIEW heart attack. He ~d Mrs. Meek- glory of the Father, even so ~o p.m t.orreu wife, Roberta, and two grand-[ New Year's Eve guests of Mr. returned Wednesday morning By MRS. C. SUMMERS er had moved to Yerington last also should walk in newnes~ ~arty t oom daughters, land Mrs. Melvin Shipley were from their trip to Detroit, Mich. i fall, where she is teachino The life". ~TI~I~ ~? Jan, ll-- Mr. and Mrs. Dean Atwood(Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shute and They report good weather and! Mr. and Mrs. Don Webber and funeral service was Dec ~'27 at Mr and Mrs Delmar Rober" (~,F.W'. Auxiliary and family and Mr. and Mrs. ] family, roads coming and going, a happy sons of Beloit and Mr. and Mrs. Yerington " son and children returned hoa~ ;:~ Mrs. M. W. Reager Dale,Bell and family spent New nMrS. Hazel Sihpley and Max- Christmas with the 5 grand-[StmeV~aFsrUnm t~ndd~ughter of Isaac Meek~r was the son oflFriday from Iowa where ti~] ).~4~' "~ Year s Eve at John McCleerys. i e accompanied Mr. and Mrs. child en at the Weber home, and I P e end at the I nnr ann Mrs C W Meeker He had snent Christmas with M~ ~.~leat~m . . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Corbett and I Melvin Shipley and children to an enjoyable visit on their over I Marvin Webber home. t ,"~ ~ "~tor~n nf XX/nrld War I ] Robers'-on's narents r ~ 1~ " Am" r , W~e~m family of Detroit, Mich came lAthol to spend the day with Mr mght over at the home of[ mcellaneous shower was l ~ ~ a -- ~.~ W~o. for] The Dale Olson family ~:" R bePmh ( ' lven for Mr [ m.u .au nv~-u ,: e v" Cub Mar'oH Tuesday to her parents, Mr. and ~ and Mrs. John Brien, Sunday. Quentin s sister, Mrs Harold. g" . and Mrs. Kenneth. many years. [ Longmont, Colo. spent part . Pr~ressi e 1,j e Mrs. C. H. Forst. They had their Mr. and Mrs. Benny Kemper Jensen, and husband m Council Henrlksen at the Valley Vmw] Beoides his widow he is sur- their Chisrtmas vacation w~ lvl.oser Christmas dinner Wednesday. ]and children spent Saturday Bluffs. scn3ol house Thursday night. ? - - ' -- - the Ra, Howell famib, ~~$an, fl~" - Guests were the Corbetts, Mr. evening with the Melvin Ship- Little Saunie Ayers is on the] Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin re-)v~ve.a oy. two sons, l)ean or We ~nvite ~ou t~, ~'~-rt the Kiltie ~mD Mrs r v: ~air " " n turned home Satur ,wmoison, wmc ann Joe or ban J . -- and Mrs Leland Frost, Pare and leys. sink hst today Colds a d . day after a ~. . New Year out r~ght; b atten Kensington Club, Mrs. A. L. Daryl, Mms Cheryl Hancock and Mrs. Claude Frost, Jacque and some flu are still the order of[two weeks vacation spent at Laslrrancmc,a ms~er, Mrs. Audrey our Church ServiYces : time Cruces N M Aoram oi Jewen; ano mree oro- Dave Mills. Glenda spent Monday afternoon the day among some of the and Manteca, Sunday. t~ ~ l~ t~luo, ~rs. v. L. lYnCh- Mr and Mrs Warren Mc- with Mrs Donna Leadabrand children ! Calif w~th reiat~ves, tehrs, Clarence of Mankato, Olen ~n~ .n,~ M~ T o t~ Thornl0" ael Clee~ were New Year's guests[and children and Mrs. LeRoy Mr. and Mrs. Chat Warren Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray~ f Sandpoint, Idaho, ann ua.n o~ son(-iVir:'an~-~Irs-~)~ris ~.~t. ! male-A-wee t, iUD, lvirs. Rex of his folks, the John McCleerys. [ Hartman and girls at Red Cloud. :spent Sunday p. m. as guests of were Sunday afternoon callers [ Lawrence. son ariel" family o'f Miltonvale, Callers Friday on Mrs. Karin[ Happy Hour Club will meet i Mr. and Mrs. Allie Wilson.l at the Keith McKeown home. . "" ~Scarrow Rev. and Mrs'Raymond Ander' . ' Young were Mrs. Mae Paxson, ]with Mrs. Leo Mizner this Wed-I Mr and Mrs Dwight Marr &l Henry Koester spent New ~.vtr. ano lvirs. ~ oyu n~ Mrs' son and family of Sullivan, M0"~ Ill ~wer, Dec. 23 Mrs Ora Frye and Mrs Mary I nesdav ),-hu,~,~, ~,d ~nnn~' father [Year s Day with Mr. and Mrs I ralr ury, P~eor Mr. a u ; Mre 17vn Mxror.- n 4 '~-~1 and dal Shower was held on Obert. " --i "" -- I Mr Tom Myers, spent Christmas !Glen Koester at Guide Rock. Von. Scarrow ang. oaughters m Otie Thom"son had their ChriSt" ; rsday, Dec. 23, at the Har-Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Richardson BASART - OBITUARY Day at the home of Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Ravmond Leece Stock, on spent Christmas night . ~.y h rch ~ honor .~ " land Bernard entertained the fol ]with Mr. and Mrs. Verne Scar- mas. too~mer luesoay evem~ ~ ~ Method st C u. n of Burr Oak called, at the Hersh- . Mrs. J~m Heel~y & were guests, I ' " - row and L nn The h,~d" ,~'~ faro-"-" at the home of Mrs. Lucy Miss Linda Wdson, whose her home Friday afternoon. [ Walter Vincent Basart, son of for dinner Sunday of Dwight s ll wxng to droner Monday. Mrs.[ Y- " Y Myers. . tinge to David Matousek Dr and Mrs. Hershner called Oliver Harvey and Margaret parents, Mr and Mrs Curtis Don Nelson and David of War-,ny g~It exchange. "The two small daughters:Or : place Dec. 27. The host- on iVirs. Grace Haworth at Burr I Jane Basart, was born on a farm: Marr in Sui~rior On Wednesday ren, Mich Mr. and Mrs Dwight . ~- - --~-. - Flo,~d Hoard snent a ~ew daYS: S ;arere Mrs. A. T. Menhusen, Oak, Saturday afternoon.[near Ionia. Au~ust~ 24, 1886 and the made a triov to Dwi~hto,t Abelbeck and sons of Byron, Mr. I, Guests atthe Jonn, ~:amono ~t ~'h~ ~,~ ~4,~',~u h,~ ,tu~ig ~ Y,home mr r~ew xear s supper F R Fair, Mrs Dean Cline, Mr and Mrs H E Avison) departed this life at his home in Kansas to visit Dwight s sister [and Mrs Amel Abelbeck of Sup- ~ the Chri ~J " o ~, ' " were" Mr and Mrs Dan Leon ~u,m~ wc~tuu ~ . Edgar Brinkworth and Mrs. were New Years guests at the[Mankato, December 31, 1965 at Mrs Jean (Marr) Johnson, her[eri r, Mrs. Dean Leece of Belle- - "~. " ~ ~ ; ~ ~ ~ The t~uarterlv Business Meet: ] are Mrs Ig.osa benoonov r ol "< a h Ost. A color scheme of Glen Collins home in Red Cloud.[the age of 79 years 4 months husband and children [ville, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross " 7 in~, of the Church will be held " " a d W d Mrs wlonsrose, Mrs. v.a<11e ~cnoon- " , n arid white was carned out Callers Sunday at the Ray and 7 days. ] Mr & Mrs Curtis Marr were[ n ayne, and Mr. an - - Wednesday evening at the close " " Arnold Ross and sons over D.IlU CilllUrl2~.l UIlLl ivllb. F IIL- . he table decoratmns and re-[Baker home were Lflhe Lewm,] He hved most of h~s life as a dinnerguests of Mr. and Mrs.[," [nhoth qoh f lincoln of Praver Meeting. .~tmentsserved. An attractive[Frances Kindler, Ethel Thomas,]farmer near Ionia and Formoso. Dwight Marr on New Year's[ Mr. and Mrs. tom Mcl~eown ~'7 ~2- ,~': -''-2":.~" "?~ .U2 ,-, ' The'New Year lies before uS, ,~r Christmas tree centered[ Ruth Obert, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle He was employed by the city day. . [were Sunday visitors at the Don l~eor;, ~v~r; anu. ~vtrs" henry ~.u-. --,-iO' ~ i~.~ ~,~ ~ v ~o~sed; I in Forms mona ana ,amliyariak.narne gift .table, whmh was la,diBaker and sons of Kensington, of Mankato for over 11 years Mr and Mrs. Elba CantreU IHurd home oo. * You will obtain new blessing, r;a. Christmas cloth. The land Mr. and Mrs. Claude Waddle i until he had to give it up be- I spent" New Year's day and night [ Several in !.his ~cin!ty at- ] ,~eonaru. If Christ can have your very best ~-to-be received many love-land family of Superior. Supper lcause of ill health. ]at the home of their daughter,/tended the weaoing bunaay at-! ~ ~ ~~ ~ m We know not what the [t'ts, The guests were friends[guests were the Bakers, Waddles! He was united in marriage to Mrs Joanne Bretton & husband, ]ternoon of Judeen Heitman to[~.:~[~"~:"/2:~ ,~r:~,::],~, future holds, Or what things relatives of the couple.[ ~nd Mrs. Ethel Thomas. Viva Briggs, August 15, 1915 To at i~hilli sbur,Kansas The /Kenneth Henriksen of Courtland .~ ~'~2.~.~'~~ ',~.~ ~."~"~ we'll have to face But you can " P g Y at~cr ~,cuum~ ,~mt~u,ao w,~, - . . ----------- ( Mrs. Ethel Thomas was anithm umon were born two daugh- returned home Sundav at the Lutheran Church m Sup- t.~ ~, ~ ,~ meet them all w~th confidence, " -" i r .e~ mum=~, lvl~ ,Jeu~ge hunt- iS Star Holds Installatmn fovermght guest Saturday of~ters:Dorothy Kendall of Mr nnd Mr~ Ilornnrd C'nnnoll er o . : ~ ~i ~ ,-,~.~ If Christ saves you bv H ~ . . . . [ a v*.* *--~ " [ IH LUll ~11~ ~.bL~l~ 1 11~. %~[IIIUILI ~t ~e installation of offmers of [Mrs Frances Kindler. !Allegan, Michigan and Agnes i nnd ~on Ronnio of Wiohit~ I Mrs. John Bfltoft was a Friday ~ ~.~, e-ace ling Star Chapter 81, Order[ Mr. and Mrs. Jackm Baker of lRoberds. .of Beatrice, Nebraska. I came up to the Fred Ross home afternoon caller at the Arnold l '''~ i"'R,~v nnd Mro u ~ . NIahlI~ he Eastern Star, was held Supermr are the proud parents V~va passed away in July of e~,~ ~Jo~, vo~' .qnl'nrHnw ~an Ross home. [ !had charge of Sunday Devo" "~'-~, ~, t)on ~n r an o ~y eV. cuing. Dec 28 New of a son born Inn 2 at. the Sup- 11922. 1 st, returning" to Wmh~ta" " on Mr. and Mrs. Max Crispin en-[ Mr. ann .tvtrs" yae q]tions -t the Wilbeck Rest. are" W M. Lenore erior hospital He weighed 8 lbs He was married to Lucy Moh- ~,n, [tertamed the Crispin relattves toMrs. Lms Diamond wslted Hom,~ Mr- M-hin ~an,Snec'al ~h,;~W. P Hershel Rhea; A. tand 9 oz and has a httle bro-~.ler, September 17, 1929. To this ~ Mr and Mrs Ed Stansbury & their annual .oyster soup supper Thursdayevenmg at the Mark]and played several accordion V~a Rhea; A. P Eugene M. ther to play with. Grandparents!union was born one son, Walter Mr and Mrs "Lyle Baskins of[W.~dnesday mght. wmrray nome. numbers. ~,' Sec, Idella Johnson; are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker and Jean, of Loveland, Colorado. I w,~,~, ~'~,mt Christmas[ ~:ev. anu wirs. ~gean t~w~.~ i~ ~ ,~ ~ ~, u ~ ,~ u-al wa ner ariat~tarence ~- .- ~ear arrived. The ladms re- g,] persons enjoyed a vemson meat I " ame be innin at 2"00 / ,~ t':d every one who helped m,pr~o~r Burial was in the ,attended the weddm Mondaylg s g g . p.m. I I| ;~ew xears guts xrom ,~ +,-, ~u c, ~,a.~ : ":;~= ,~ ioaroecue rest ~aturaay evening of rinao Wilson ann David Ma I t~ ~?~:':~ 111 ~.~'~ I! husbands. The next meet-,-. - Y, a~ the school budding where the l CHRISTIAN GLEANERS ,/ / - /,:ddlng Anniversary such a, The Kramer Funeral Home[ ',tousek at the Method,st Church[ I n~ ~-(~" I| rill De danuary z,~ at me -'-ous an,~ m~m-ror'~ ~.~ I Kttcnen ann ummg room were[in Mankato I The Christian Gleaners will l I~!~i/ un rurt. I! r")r ~ '~ " "~"'~ """" '""" W~S in cnarge oi oI me arrange-~ iof )dr. and Mrs. Clyde~ c~ ~ ~,a r;w Th [ USed for serving. A p~t was made Mr ~ncl Mr~ P~n! R~thhnn [meet January 12 Jean Hamflto~ [ |~ii~l/ o,a ,;+~ c, || -.vo,-. m~nts t ' " " ~ /~ u.~ o,~a,~ !and. I ~ [across the street on .the Ott,Patricia and Tommy, were Sun- ] wfll be the teacher of Lesson 17, ~ and Tack IxenKm lot where the meat, I ~/:: I' ] ~.r~ O~ day evening supper guests of,The Christ in Prophecy. n . ~nd Mrg. Larry Diamond, Whitemound ~'hlsl~r~ [ [nicely wrappea .m severer layers iMr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen. ] --,Gen.uine FL~-0-61~SS is the 0nly |~ :.i~h~ Dlarhond and Mr and ) ~ - . I or heavy ammmum ton, was I Mr ~nd MIr~ 13~ra]g /--l@nning- wlntl0w material that carries a 2 ~ ~' ~ ' o ' By FROS%Y' ; We wish to thank friends anu placed on a bed of hot coals and -- .~ . I ='" =?:= "";:.- :2.=- 2;:2" 2"' ~ y,ar guarantee l~e name ~[~-: [t ~:~'nyaer wer~ bunaay I " -elatives for their kindnesses t Mrs. w. ~J. l--llllS returnee i ~en were ~unuay atternt~n GLASS is ~r:-''~ "~';~ my [ " o . "will always be remembered the hosts and eve"'one re"orts y . :~i:::~!;::/ L':.'~'],') conung year mr me~rI =, Home in uktanoma tAty. He~ I . ,~ . v. Lawrence where she will con- ~" J , 3-C John Stevenson, who' ,'as buried at Vinita, Okla. i l~ ~q. ~oromy t~enuan ano [a very enjo.yame evening. ~ne tinue her studies at Kansas maed at Griffin AFB in'Miss Glenda Frost of Kansas . ramuy [deer was ~iuea in season oy University ~rk, ;ty came to her parents' home~qr. a~a Mrs. t, ecn r