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January 13, 1966     Jewell County Record
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Betty's Studio, Mankato WILSON - MATOUSEK ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne R. The marriage of Linda Eileen Wilson, Mankato. David is the Wilson to David G. Matousek son of Mrs. Marie Matousek, was solemnized at half past Fort Collins, Colorado and the ,--. t " late Emil F Matousek seven o clock, Monday evenmg December 27, 1965 in Harmony J Miss Jan Menhusen played a Methodist Church, Mankato, r prelude of Organ Music preced- Kansas. ling the ceremony and traditional The Reverend Dean Rose, Wedding Marches. Mr. Glenn assisted by the Reverend Don Grout, Jr. sang the Son of Ruth Wilson, Woodbine, Kansas, l"Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" ~ le Of the bride, read the and "O Perfect Love", by Barn- ~ble ring ceremony before a by. ~round of lighted tapers The bride, escorted by her baskets of white chry-father, wore a gown of Imthemums. The Altar vases Peau-De-Soie, fashioned with a held arrangements of white Bateau neckline and elbow mums and the Bride's Aisle was length sleeves. Pearl encrusted marked with white satin bows medallions of Alencon lace grac- and fern. ed the Empire Bodice. The stem The bride is the eldest daugh- sheath skirt was finished with a Jeweil County Record, Mankato Thursday, detachable bouffant chapel I After,thg rec.eptian the couple lcy View School Dis,trier: 66- 67: school year. Glenn Fearing: train,: Her fir tdp veil dftleft for a hort wedding trip iValley View is now a part Of By order of the Board: [ Gerald Boyles English silk illusion was held in lFor travel, the bride wo~e :a.gold~ Bqrr Oak Unified District 277~ Chairman Don~Mo~ d~in [ ~ . Lynn Harris. l place by a tiny crown hat, trim-,brown tweed suit with brown] The purpose of the meeting was Vice-Chairman D0nD!e! .lJ Gene Frerichs i med with flowerlets of pearl [accessories. to determine the operation o; edged Alencon lace. She carried "' Tim bride and groom are grad-Ithe school for the 1966-67 schooi ~ mmm a bridal i ouquet of white mums. uates of Mankato High School. l year. Miss Sandra Wilson, sister of Mrs. Matousek received a Bach- it was voted by the Valle: PUBHC AUCTION ,the bride, was maid of honor, elor of Fine Arts Degree last View School patrons to have t ~Miss Meridith Bly of Kansas City, Missouri and Miss Eliza- beth Lilijgren of Lindsborg, Kansas were the bridesmaid and bridesmatron. They were identically gowned in full length frocks of forest green vel- vet. A velvet rose topped each of their matching hats of green tulle. They carried nosegay bouquets of white taurus. Light- ing the tapers were Edwin Wil- son, brother of the bride, and [John Ross, Colby, Kansas, cousin of the bride. Mr. Keith Nelson, of New Haven, Conn served as best man and Mr. Robert Munro, M'ankato and Lonnie Lilijgren of Lindsborg were groomsmen. The ushers were Michael Ross, Colby, Kans and Dennis Reed, . Webbe,r Kans. Greg Hamilton, Mankato, carried the rings on a white satin pillow, trimmed in lace and satin bows. Following the ceremony, a re- ception was held in Fellowship Hall. The bride's table was centered with the traditional bride s cake. Silver based hur- ricane lamps holding white can- dies decorated the table. The circular punch table covered with a white net cloth, held an arrangement of white mums and tapers with garlands of pernosis fern. The punch bowl of Early ford Jones and Mrs. Marvin Ross. Mrs. Jacqueline Kaiser, Oxnard, California, sister of the groom, assisted by Miss Jean- ette Grout and Miss Nancy Bar- tholomew, cut and served the cake. Miss Janis Fair and Miss Patsy Powell pouz ffee. Mrs. Burton Warne and Miss poured coffee. arne a Miss Carolyn LeCIair served at the punch table. Misses Nancy and Judith Thomas of Webber re- ceived the gifts. Misses Sarah Jane Russell and Debbie Poole assisted throughout the recep- tion room. Miss Janis Fair, Salina, was in charge of the guest book. FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN MANKATO, KANSAS at the close of business on December 31, 1965 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Furniture and Fixtures Other Real Estate Owned Federal Reserve Bank Stock Other Assets U. S. Bonds $ 381,623.66 Bonds and Securities 17,000.00 Cash & Sight Exchange 913,522.57 May from Bethany College, Lindsborg~ Ks and is a member of Sigma Phi Omega and the Gold Key Organization. She is presently teaching Art Educa- tion in the E1 Dorado Junior High School. Mr. Matousek ser- ved four years in the United States Air Force and is now at- tending E1 Dorado Junior Col- lege. Mr. and Mrs. Matousek have been at home since Jan. 3 at 412 North Walnut, E! Dorado, Kan- sas. ROSS-SIDDERS Total Reserve Patricia Marlene Ross, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Ross, Formoso, was united in marriage to Pfc. Virgil Kiedar Sidders, son of Mrs. John Peters, Dodge City, at the Formoso Community Church on New Year's Eve, 1965. Receiving the couple's double ring vows was Pastor Paul Tem- ple before an altar arrangement of white and blue mums and gladioli and candelabra. Mrs. Phyllis Hurd and Mrs. Iris Temple were musicians. The bride wore an ivory street length gown with a fitted bodice and long tapered sleeves with a scalloped lace ruffle over the Unified School Board co=tt" pupils K-12 to the Sup3rior . lic Schools. Under the laws of the n;w organization program the T fled District Schoo B'~, contract pupils to a'-oth :~ district. It seems that thi:' good move by th2 p:.'(~ ' the board as it wil! ~: , pupils a better school ~' , The Unified D:st:'~ t will hold a special n'~- , Webber School Distric~ January 24, 1966, at 7:20 to see what the patrons of W- ber wish to do in operatton their school for the school yea of 1966-67. i O"ITU Y--Li"' i Lillian May Hun sin ,er wa born May 1, 1876, ne~ r Oteg in a dugout. She pas ;ed away a the Masonic Home in Wichite Jan. 6, 1966, at th~ al e of 8 years, 8 months and 5 days. She lived most of her life in Jewell county in and around Mankato. Lillian was married to Othello Moody on Oct. 2, 1892. Mr. Moody passed away June 4, 1926. She was a member of the Christian Church but for years she attended the Evangelical wrist of re-embroidered Chantil- United Brethren Church in Man- American glass belonged to the [y lace. The empire style skirt kato, and was well liked by all. bride's grandmother, Mrs. Lloyd was of crepe Chiara. Two years ago she left Mankato Reed. . . ,to live at the Masonic Home. A rhinestone tmra held her[ The Lily Circle, WSCS, was shoulder length double nylon lShe was a member of the East- in charge of serving the recep- veil. She carried an arrangement ern Star. She found great hap- piness in helping someone. tion. Hostesses were Mrs. Clif- of blue-tinted carnations on a $1,095,073.34 11,638.89 3,963.91 3,000.00 9,146.36 $1,312,146.23 $1,312,146.73 TOTAL RESOURCES $2,434,968.73 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus 50,000.00 Undivided Profits 90,858.92 DEPOSITS 2,244,109.81 TOTAL LIABILITIES The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY ESTABLISHED 1883 @ Member FJkI.C. Since 1933 $2,434,968.73 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. )i :', . white Bible. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls with rhinestone clasp. Miss Mary Lou Carron, Con- cordla, Was maid of honor. She wore a light blue wool crepe dress with a matching headpiece of nylon net, and white gloves. Her corsage was of white carna- tions. The groom wore the uniform of the United States Army. The best man, Leo Largent of Formoso, brother-in-law of the groom, wore a black suit with white carnation boutonniere. Candlelighters Were Barbara and Laura Rt ss, sisters of the bride. Miss Naomi Temple had Mrs. Moody is survived by one I daughter, Callah Ward of Belle- t ville; one sister, Edith McFar- land of Fairbury, Nebr.; seven grandchildren; sixteen great grandchildren; and one great great grandson; also other rela- tives and friends. She was preceded in death by two children, Glenn and Ninah. Funeral services were held at the Kramer Funeral Home, Jan. 8, 1966, with Rev. Paul Life of- ficiating. Casket bearers were F. R. Fair, John Hitz, Bob Fraass, Hershel Rhea, Oral Wagner and Keith Halstead. Burial was made beside her hubsand in the Fair- bury Cemetery, Fairbury, Nebr. charge of the guest bool$, i At the reception following the[cARD OF THANKS ceremonyi Mrs. Iris Temple [ served the cake, which she had[ We wish to express our baked and decorated, and Mrs. [thanks to friends and relatives Charlotte Hoard poured punch, if r their kindnesses following The bride is a graduate of ithe death of our loved one, Mrs. Courtland High School and at-ILillian Moody. Your thoughtful- tended Fort Hays State College. hess will always be remembered. She has been employed at the ---Mrs. Callah Ward and Boogaart Supply Office in Con- family cordia. The groom attended Formoso High School and has served in the United States Army for 4 years. He has just returned from a tour of duty in Germany. The groom is stationed at Camp C.arson in Colorado. They will make their home in Colo- rado Springs. Mankato Music Club The Mankato Music Club met at the home of Mrs. Alton Kale on Jan. 4, 1966. Miss Lucy Wil- ! ey, President, conducted the ,business meeting. We will have !election of officers at the next meeting. The President present- ed the nominating committee: Mrs. Marvin Walker, Mrs. Clyde Reed and Mrs. Keith Halsetad. The next meeting will be Feb. 1 with the Courtland Women's Trio entertaining. Hostesses will be Mrs. Glenn Kuiken, Mrs. Glen Stephens, and Mrs. Ernest Whit- lev. We had two guests present, Mrs. Vernon Hamilton and Mast- er Ralph Hamilton. The program was for members to present numbers. Some very interesting talks about trips taken this sum- mer and fall were given. A vocal duet, "Whispering Hope", by Mrs. E. C. Johnson and Mrs. Al- ton Kale, accompanied by Mrs. Vernon Hamilton on the piano. Mrs. Hamilton then favored with a piano solo, "Theme From Second Movement of Beethov- en's Symvhonv No. ,5". Hostess- es were Mrs. Toby Kramer, Mrs. Lewis Stafford and Mrs. Kale, BURR OAK SCHOOL BoARr) HOLDS A SPECIAL MEETING Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Grout and afmily Pike Trail League Tuesday, Jan. 4: Glen Elder 67; Jewell 73 Jamestown 56; Delphos 81 Burr Oak 76; Esbon 36 Friday, Jan. 7: Scandia 45; Randall 57 Jamestown 67; Cawker City 74 Jewell 57; Burr Oak 52 Simpson 41; Courtland 78 Saturday, Jan. 8" Republic 45; Courtland 67 Burr Oak 1 2 Scandia 2 1 Cawker City 2 1 Jamestown 2 1 Randall 2 1 JeweU 1 2 Courtland 2 1 Simpson 0 3 Tuesday, Jan. 11: (All non-league) Aurora at Simpson; James- town at Randall; Burr Oak at Courtland; Jewell at Cawker City: Scandia at Renublic. Friday, January 14th (All League games) RandM1 at Simnson: Burr Oak at Jamestown: Courtland at Jew- ell; Cawker City at Scandia. Published in Jewell Co. Thur Jan. 13, 1966) 2t NOTICE OF MEETING The. Burr Oak Unified School D~rict No. 277 Board will hold a suecial meeting of the Webber Schoo District No. 91 uatrons o- Mo-day, January 24, 1966. at 7:.g0 nm in the Webber School House The purpose of the meet- in~. will be to vote on the onov- ation of the school for the 1966- The Burr Oak Unified School Board met in a special meeting with the school patrons of Val- The Railroad Building, Loan and Savings t|on. is paying 4%% on Savings from January 1st, 1966 Reiter Land Co Local Agents, Beloit, Kansas savings from $1.00 up 31t2 As we axe quitting the Implement Business, we will sell at Auction, at Belleville, Kansas, On Highway USS1 SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1966 ~a!e starts 9:30 sharp; Machinery will sell at 10-00 a~ In. E~uipment at 12:00 Noon; Shop Equipment at 1:00 P. 1~ MACHINERY ~ood 1954 I. H. Super C Tractor, overlmalled, with I. H. iVfod,el H Tractor; Good I. H. F30 Tractor, w~.th wide end py.ver steering, live hydraulic system, fast 2 point hi.'oh; Ford Tractor, with Sherman overdrive; I. H. No. 300, 7 ft rear mounted blade, like ne~; New I.H. No. 400, 18 ft. spring harrow, with 3 point hitch or wibh Ne~ Diaanond 2 ~xheel carrier; New 16 ft. b" grain auger; New Berkley T. 1, mounted PPower Take Off Irrigation Pump; Ottawa 9" Po~t Hole Digger, like new; I. ~I. 16-8 Drill, on rubber with and press wheels; I. It. 4-14 Power Trol Plow, on rubber; 8 ft. seeder with rubber transport wheels; some other TRUCKS ~ TRA~ER New 1965 I. H. Scout :Model 80 ~artt~ 4x4 drive; 1942 I. H. I~6 with winch, long and short poles, has Lineman body and hitch; 1952 M. B. 8: 14 Tilt Bed Trailer with winc~, 850~6 d~l ~ heels and electric brakes OFFICE EQUIPMENT Good M