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January 12, 1967

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CALBWDAR re=m,. Thurmday, Jan. 12 Kiltie Club - Mrs. Frank Kissinger Kensington Club - Mrs. Perry Kter Finesse Club - Mrs. Tom Lehrling |aturdey, Jan. 14 . Friday P. M. Club- Miss Lela Lamb Monday, Jan. 16 - Supper Club - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson Tuesday, Jan. 17 - Bridgette - Mrs. Harold Peterson American Legion Auxiliary Wednesday, Jan. 18- W.S.W.S. Marl Octo Club - Mrs. Clarence Loomis Lucy Circle - Mrs. Lindell Graham Thursday, Jan. 19, Royal Neighbors Busy Bee Club - Gall Bliss Thurs. Eve. Bridge Club - Mrs. Lena Monbeck, Mrs. Glenn Hale Folwer Lovers Club o Mrs. Russell Walker Minerva Club. 2:00 P. M., Correll Club Room ; i Priscilla Club - Mrs. George Tceple i -------- i Menkato Garden Club * The Mankato Garden Club met at the home of Helen Russell on the evening of Jan. 9 with Gertrude Howard as co-hostess. The club was en- tertained by Dorothy Libben, showing pictures of her trip to Cairo, Egypt and Lebanon. These were most interesting and she told of some real thrilling experiences. Lovely refreshments were served by the hostesses. FLENTIE-HOL_~.~EN F~.,,,.o lrl.nti. Con~medi& cou~km air the ~tvrsday Eveniq Bridge Clll~ M-';'':~,~ "'1~'~-:' groom, lighted tim eandRas. k--'Centr~'~la,"~* Miss Judy NvIty. Jewell. The Thursday Events| ~ Mr Geur~ friend of the cot~fle, dec'm- Bridge Club met for a 6:30 m-" mr. ~'- ..---"~ panied by Miss_Jeanine Smith. dinner at the home of Mr. and ) Mnl,h~n Minute Centralla, at the organ sang Mrs. Clyde Suchsland Jan. 5. --.v.~,,uw,.,, v.. .,.~ ,,-- j ,.rob- W_~t.l~n- M ^, tsecause ano z e a Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dauber ~' th; I~.~l_~/~,4~'- Prayer". were guests. The Nigh scores in Central The reception followed the were won by Mrs. Ed Walker tverond" Charl wedding in tha church parlor, and Glenn Grout. The next I rform d the The beautiful wedding cake, meetin will be Jan. 19 with baked and decorated bY Mrs. Mrs. Lena Monbeck and Mrs. Jerry Bauman, matched the Glenn Hale hostesses. red roses in the bride's beU ,t' WV~W 4m 4JW& !~ White velvet quet. Red fruit punch, coffee, Minerva Club To Nave h round neckline mints and nuts, with the cake C~ne4rvatlon Program Ired |leevos Her were served by Mrs. Ralph ~der len~Ja" with Pierson, Clyde, Mrs. Carl Mrs. M. G. Hesket will show --,- --"'-- Nease, Concord/a, Miss Mary color slides and talk on con- ~waa. nne curYleci ekvmt red roses Lynn Flentle, Kansas City, serving our natural resources .... Kans., and Mrs. Homer Caley, In Je vell County at the meet- t~l? ,.,w Manhattan lng of the Modern Minerva De- Opening and displaying gifts Club 3an. 19 at 2:00 P. M. friend was were Geraldine Holdren, Mont- the Correll Club Room. Mrs, Miss Sally Ly- rose, Kathy Holdren, Concor- F,. C;' Wh/tley is the hostess.. Was bridesmaid, dla, Mrs. Charles Holdren, , ing red vel- Jeweli, and Mrs Dennis Hut- street length chinson, CirclevUle. They were itching head misted by Charla Holdren and They tarried Pamela Holdren, Jewelr, BHI stemmed Flentie, Centralla, and Bryce Caley, Manhattan. Montro . was wore dark hlte carnat/on Bob Flent/e. W the b k, MontmN, i John CRy, Me. and [geven HoI- The bride is a graduate the Centralia Rural High School and Kansas State Un - versity. She is presently Jew- eli Comity Homo Economies Agent. The groom is a grad ate of Montrose High School and is employed at the Jewell Plumbing and Heating CO. They left immediately on | wedding trip. destination un- anflouncod. They will be at home in Mankato after Janu. ary l& A USED CAR? O~t O-K TAGGED SPECIALS CARS SEDAN DeVUIe, air and all, sold Us, less ~ IZ,000 miles, 4-dr. Holiday Sedan; A. C.; full like new. 'lael Air, AC, full power, excellent con- IMPALA Coupe, Air and all; 1~ moo. left ; sharp. 4-Dr. Sedan; AC; power; on, 4-door---like new, power a~d sir. DYnamic Holiday, full power and air. l~el Air Wagon. LLE Super Sport, white; red Interior. Coupe, Maroon in ogler; white Vinyl ~Bel Air; 4-dr. sedan; low mileage; out- buy! Coup,, VS, AT. IMPALA ,Sport Coupe; V-8; Overdrive; owner. E qlogemeM Anneunced Mr. and Mrs. Lynden E, Wright of 15000 West 44th Ave., Golden, Colo. announce the en- gl ment of their daughter, Carla Fay, to Cpl. Roland C. Dike, son of Mr. and MrL Carl M. Dike, of 13925 West Ave., Arvada, COlo. The bride-elect graduated from Arvada West and is pre- eently employed by the F. W. Wool orth's Co. Her fiance al- so Is a graduate of Arvada West and is presently serving in the U. S. Marine Corps, stationed in North Carolina. No definite wedding date has been set. Carla is the granddaughter of Mrs. Ollle Moon of Burr Oak. Kans. where she former- ly attended school, living near North Branch. American Legion Auxiliary The first meeting of the year was held at the Legion Hall Jan. 4 with 11 members l esent. Meeting was called to: order by the president, Ru- by Davis, and opened in form Reports of committees were given and the chairmen were given letters relative to their work. A note of thanks for knee robes received was read. These were made by the members of the unit and sent to the veterans at Wadsworth~ Ellen Noller gave the names of those to whom. sympathy and get well cards had been sent. Serving food for blood don- ors at the Bloodmobile Jan. was discussed and volunteers were assigned their duties. This work is given as a public service; cooperating with ginia Righ meler, chairman in harge of trrangemente for TRUCKS |-gee, Z speed., box and hoist. I/Z T long to,. z ,pd. ton. I/Z ,Ton, V8, 4 apd. spd. ton, 6 eYL, 4 epd. Step ~ide box 4-spoed, wide b@x. cyL, 4 sl~ed, wide box. CARS TRUCKS TO CHOOSE FROM. Howsrd Igt~m, l~m"~ ~!! ~L Picture courtesy l tty's Stndf NEWS FROM LIONS CLUB OF MANKATO Mike Rourke, of Mankato, a 17 year old senior at Mankato High School, will re, resent the Mankato Lions Club as its entry in Lions International's $50,000 Peace Essay Contest. Mike won the right from 8 entries to enter the District level of Judging en route to the Grand Prize. A total of $60,000 in awards will be made, including a first prize of" $25,0 in educational and/or career-assistance grant, eight semi-finalist awards o/ $1,000. and travel ~tl~ens~ to Chicago, Illinois for these semi-finalists in July, 1967. At that time, tim is'at prise winner will be chosen from the eight. Also, more than 20,000 local, district and multiple district awards will be made. His essay was selected by a panel of three Judges: Father James Hoover. Rev. Dca~: ~. Rose, and Mrs. Jon Menhusen. The Contest, which isthe largest Peace Essay Contest Mrs. Bill McArtor and sou, Mr. and Mrs. Steve McArt children visited with the Corricks. Jacque Frost wont beck to the Training Cents aft spending two with bet parents. Christmas weekend guests eL Mr. and Mrs. Hen Adanm were Mr. and Mrs. John Ad- ams and children and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henry and faro- lily of Salina. Eddie Adams has compleX. ed his army training and re- turned home Dec. 17. Friends and relatives wel sorry to hear o( the death of Mr. Charlie Kindler last Thurs- day morning. Charlie Kindler was everyone's friend and | enjoyed visiting with him. We express our symI~athy to hls sister, nieces and nephews. Mr. and Mrs:. Warren Nebel and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reinert and Paul spent last Monday JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Page 3 - Section 1 Thursday, January 12, 1067 ble ~pps and stayed all Larry MeKinnis, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost, Daryl Pare were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hawkins and watched the Rose Parade and football games. Mr, and Mrs. Cliff Hawkins spent New Year's Eve wlth Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shlpley and family spent Thursday ev. ening with Mr. and Mrs, Clair Andersen and children at Caw. ker City. The Highlanders Extenslon Homemakers Unit family sup. per was held Friday evening. Mrs. Hazel Shipley and Max. line accompanied the Melvin ! Shipleys to Kensington Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. John Brlen. evening with the Ben Adams Mr. and Mrs. Reece Sander. family, son and family of Iowa, Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Jim lwig and [risti of Naperville, Ill. left Thursday after spending sev- eral days with her parents, Geyle Cristnmns To Cde~#ete versary Jan. 15 from 2 to 5 at in the world, was initiated to Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dodd. Golden Wedding Amnl~ry the Christian Church. Their stimulate and elicit the viewsl Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones .---- friends and relatives are cor- of today's youth on peace, attended to business in Red Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Crist-dially invited to attend. No If Mike Rourke succeeds in Cloud Saturday and then visit~ man are holding Open House gifts are requested. District 17 N. E.'s contest hisI ed Mrs. era Frye in Superior. for their 50th Wedding Anni- essay will be judged in theI Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gass .... Multiple District contest andI received a call from LaJoy ,~.^ ~:..,~.~t,;~ o.a h .... [NOTICE it will have an opportunity to Simp~on of Rockford, Ill. New si"s~an'~ .................... " be Judged at the World Diet- Year's Eve wishing them a Ruth" Kier Legislative Chair A representative of the So- siGn level. Happy New Year. ...... I '~ 1~- ..... cth on I cial Security Administration Mike's essay will be judged, Din~:er guests of Mr. and u'r~'ent';:~a~ fo~;~a'll t"o write will next visit Mankato, Kans. with other club winners in Dis- Mrs. Curtis Dietz and Douglas ,^,~ .... ,:."~'~ ~,..~,~.,,, GO,,in# [on Thursday, Jan. 19, 1967 trict 17 North East on March New Year's Day were Mr. and ... .......... [Persons desiring Information 1st ~Mrs. Ross Cline of Loveland, mat opposes leglsmtton o[ me , . last Con#,'ess be reconsidered are requested to call at the As winner of the essay Colo. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill "~'" "- " uffici ." [Courthouse between 8"00 and "Peace is Attainable", Mike[ Hajny. increasing me now ms em "i "Ivan our war veterans 12:00. will receive the Mankato Congratulations to Mr'. and .,h ..... I Important Reminder: When Lions award of $10.00. John lMrs. Bill Frost of Smith Cen- ~'..~'~ ,~,";.'~'~e.:,~lm~ant [filing an application for reim- Paul Jones, member of thel ter who are the proud parents li~J. b IO V xJ' M~ O ~hot *he ~-oo~,~,m* be made [bursement for paid medicalschool faculty did much work! f a baby boy, Jack, who ar- ......... - :: ..... *." - - lex~enses a Form SSA-1490 in directing the contestants in. rived Thursday evening. He aware me acute need "- ' " ' 1 the imnrovement in the eater[(Request for Payment Form) their essay work. Melwn Ble- has a brother, Bll y0 to wel- , r -. - " [should also accompany your cha, Lions President, appoint- come him home an s compensauon ann pen- siGn program and of legisla temlzed doctor bills. You may ed Co. Supt. Carl Westin to Helene Gass spent Monday *^ riot Nam era use Form SSA-1490 in your head the local essay contest, night and Tuesday with Pare .... II of the ~-ne ~edlmre Handbook Please ~ Fro t. veterans wltn a ue - F-. . '. ,,. - ...... fits nOW available to the vet- [ere r. u) page..23. ,el Your mmge_ | r ot .to0 mucn news .mlS --eme'-e ~ana~oog Ior me ummL_m ....... j week since roses were mocked erans of other wars, which ~ a mlli~,amamm~msaimam ....... o" n-w have" ~ddrem| of the office which ~J'JJJ|~||l~UJJ~ for several days last week, mey uo n ~ o ' .... andles your medical insur _ ._ and now ours is blocked again Our next meeting wm oe r'nce ctmm" '~ " "/Pl"OOty" this p m Jan 17th in the home of Ethel ...... . '. ........... Another blizzard was on Mr. and Mrs. Bill HaJnyan4 t,oomls, tleJen .'~talIora Wlll De I co-hostess. Following adjourn- fDear Boyds. when we. go,t up.this,..morning l~r~e~af Y//e CUorntdDyie~ane: ment Ellen Noller and Sue ]Am enclosing a check for: so. J. aouo tn:s Will get In; .... gue ts or ~r ana Mrs Tnomp- Green served chicken sand- [54.00 to keep the home town mzs week, but I shall get it[so." . ,.. wiches and coffee [paper coming for 1~7. J written anyway, j= ,, ~2, .... . o-- ~,-?~.. -~ ' Secretary J-I received word that Mrs. I. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Corrlck, J~eSee~ara~oe ~a. tootoal! On ' [Frank Gavel passed away ln j va erie, Cindy and Marcia a.c-I ..... :- . i la Fros ~uen ~enyon or ~ogue, Kan ....... [November. She was a daugh- compan ed Mrs. C ude t]s ent the w k ..... "~ o.o r mes . z a m, [ter of the late S. W. Jamieson. J and Jacque to Winfield Sunday sp . ee enu wsm uar:o w.a.sn. Sl~,n~. me. ~nrtstmas IThey lived in Anderson, Ind. [ and were dinner guests oflrr_st. . .... notmays wsiung at me name l W.th Wnll , [ Mrs. Beulah McArtor and Jim-I 'amem ,ros attennea 8 of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, J M~'~'t'~'~ "~. I my. In the afternoon Mr andlNew Year's Eve party at Deb- Gordon Grimes. Bob works on J .......................[ ' ~ 1 a farm near Spokane, where- their main crop is grass seed. Too, be is a member of a championship hydro-plane I crew. In the Spokane Daily pa~ per Dec. 2, 1966 a picture of Bob and his crew was printed, Bob was in Miami Jan. 7-8 to compete tn the Grand Prlx. The following caption was printed below the picture: Earl Wham last night re- ceived the Hi.Lee trophy at the banquet of the Spokane In-i board Racing Club. The trophy is presented annually to the boat driver with the most sea- son points. It was awarded Lee Gimlen, who gives the trophy along with Hi Fernaldb Wham's crew are Fred Reg. ers, Bob Schultz and Bob Grimes Second nationally in 7-1itre competition this year, Wham leaves Monday to com- pete in the International Grand Prix in Miami. He has won the Hi-Lee trophy five times in nine years Dr. Ed John- ston won the "Up-side-down" trophy and John Evanoff the sportsmanship trophy. and Mrs. Fred Sanderson and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanderson of Lebanon were Sunday din. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kindler enjoyed having their grand- daughters spend several days last week with them. The Kell. era took the girls home to Great Bend Sunday. Louis Andersens of Burr Oak called on the Melvin Ship. [eys Monday evening. MANKATO JUNIOR HIGH WINS PAIR OF GAMES The Mankato Junior High teams defeated Lebanon Thursday, January 5, on the local court. The 7th grade team won 32 to 27 and the 8th grade team won 50 to 41, The box scores: Mankato 7th, $~!; Lebanon, ~. fg ft f tp Keith Roe I 0 0 2 Mike Peteete I 0 | 2 Richard Willard 3 0 0 6 Ronnie Simon 2 1 2 Mike Cortner I 0 1 2 Cary Hiltgen 3 1 $ 7 Adrian Meyer 4 0 3 8 Totals 15 2 ]2 Manketo 8th, $01 Lebanon, 41. fg ff f fp Wayne Coffman O 0 4 0 John Dewey 3 1 4 7 Brad Hansen 3 0 5 Mike Simon 3 1 3 7 Rodney Hancock 12 O ~ 24 Steven Dodd 3 0 3 8 Bob Freeman 0 0 1 0 Kirk Ost 0 O 2 0 Mike Zadina O 01 O Totals 24 228~50. Dear friends, Sorry I am late sending my check for the paper. Time passes by so fast. Hope all of your family enjoyed a Men'y Christmas and Happy New Year. Have a little note to send to your mother to wish her a belated Happy Birth- day. Certainly admire her for her 90' active years. Enjoyed spending Christ- mas with FAsle Hooker who was visiting her daughter, Beth, in Pacifies. We also spent some time at the Balrd's in' San Jose, and visit- ed with Dean Walker and his wife also in San Jose. It has been 20 years since I have tmen Dean so we really had a gnod visit. We used to w~k together at Wagner's. Belt wlslw to yu all Jot the New Year. Sincerely, Florence Dillon 4 bear :'BOydL , Here is our chedk for the paper for amther year. We surely enjoy mdln~ about ~I our friends in Jewelt County. We received a very snowfall last week. lint with this morning'8 ten~Mmtttt~ the low 40 s, the ia 8innln~ tO ~ t~ugh p]ae~, ~inc~y, Mrs. John Idlnla & Freeb n Ma e, l uas J