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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, January 19, 1967 .... Page 4- oUon I CLUBS KIEKEL-DEIBERT Wedding vows were ex. changed on November 26 by Edwin Bruce Deibert of Esbon and Emma Jo Kiekel of Hays before Reverend Gordon Mor- ris in the Wesley Foundation Chapel in Hays. Organist was Mrs. Arris Johnson and soloist was Dixie Obert of Esbon. Cousin of the bride, Cindy Smith, served as maid of honor and sister of the groom, Helen Deibert, was brides- maid. Edward Deibert served his I " Mr. and Mrs. Merle Launch baugh of Belleville entertained with a dinner Friday at the Buffalo Roam in honor of his sister's, Mrs. Violet King, birthday, Those present were Mrs. King, another sister. Mrs. Leslie Parsons, of Bliss. Ida., their mother, Mrs. Core LaunchbauEh, and the hosts. brother as best man and Ran- dy Kiekel, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Kathy and Andy Deibert served as flower girl and ring bearer. Ushers were Ran Campbell of Great Bend and Clair Sloan of Esbon. A reception-dinner followed with Mrs. Van Hudson, Car- men Dies, and Patti Folck as- sisting. The couple plan to attend Fort Hays after Edwin finish. es serving in the Army. Sunday dinner guests at the Leo Parsons' home were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parsons, Jef- fery and Connie of Bartles~ ville, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haskell, Jim and Janet of Fairbury, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Parsons, Cynthia. Curtis, Lorie and Gregory. CALENDARL Thursday, Jan, 19 - Royal Neighbors Bide-A-Wee Club - Mrs. Albert Groves Busy Bee Club - Mrs. Gall Bliss Thurs. Eve. Bridge Club - Mrs. Lena Monbeck and Mrs. Glenn Hale Flower Lovers Club - Mrs. Russell Walker Minerva Club - Correll Club, Room, Mrs. E. C. Whitley, hostess M6ndey, Jan. ~ - Happy Dozen Club - Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker, hosts ~ruesday, Jan. |4 - V.F.W. Auxiliary Gleaners O.E.S. P.E.O. - Mrs. Ralph Waugh Wednesday, Jan. ~ - Rebekah Thursday, Jan. 26 - T & E Club - Miss Lela Lamb Klltie Club - Mrs. Ralph Waugh Kensington Club - Mrs. V. L. Michael Priscilla Club - Mrs. George Teeple Dessert Bridge Party --...... Mrs. Ed Walker, Mrs, Fred Zimmerman and Mrs. Harold Ahrens were hostesses at a dessert bridge party Wednes- day evening, Jan. 11, at the Buffalo Roam, Attractive can- dles decorated with sunflowers centered the quartet tables. The Kansas Day theme was also carried out in the orginal handmade bridge tallies. The high score winner at each table was presented with a candle center piece. They were Mrs. Clifford Jones, Mrs. Ray Dletz, Mrs, Clyde Suchsland, Mrs. Lester Broyles, Mrs. George Putt, Mrs. Frank Kiss- inger and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. KIItlo Club Entertained Mrs. Frank Klssinger enter- tained the members of the Klltie Bridge Club at her home Thursday evening, Jan. 12. Refreshments were served with bud vases of pink carna- tions centering the tables. Mrs. F. R. Fair and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. received the high score prizes. The next meet- ing will be Jan. 26 with Mrs. Ralph Wau~h hostess. J ,. ,,j e Further Reductions on Many Women's and Children's Items 5 MEN,S & BOY'S MEN'S O0 ALL MEN'S & BOY'S ONE GROUP MEN'S & ROY'S ONE GROUP BOY'S 4 to 18 SPECIAL' Reg. IJS and =,N Chapter CN, P.E.O. ....... Chapter CN of the P.E.O. Sisterhood met Tuesday, Jan. 10, at the home of Mrs. Ger- ald Kier. Mrs. A. T. Kramer showed color slides taken on her recent trip to Europe. The next meeting will be Jan. 24 with Mrs. Ralph Waugh has- tess, Kensington Club Thursday Mrs. Perry Kier entertained the Kensington Club at her home Thursday afternoon, Jan. 12. Refreshments were served to 16 members and one guest, Mrs. Roy Reager. Mrs. G. A. Cristman and Mrs. A. L. Hale were presented with gifts from the clu~ in honor of their fiftieth wedding anni- versaries, both of which oc- curred this week. The next "meeting will be Jan. 26 with Mrs. V. L. Michael. Mrs. Lehrllng Entertains Club .._.__ Mrs. Tom Lehrling enter- tained the Finesse Bridge Club at her home Jan. 12 with all members present. The prizes were won by Mrs. Don Hamil- ton and Mrs. Glenn Tyler. The hostess served refreshments later in the evening. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Carl McElroy Feb. 9. T & E Club Entertained Mrs. Elsie Howard enter- tained the T & E Bridge Club at her home Thursday, Jan, 12. Guests were Mrs. Sue Green, Mrs. Ruth Colson and Miss Edna Walker. The host- ess served refreshments fol- lowing bridge. Mrs. O. D. Nol- let "and Mrs. V. L. Michael won the prizes. The next meet- ing will be Jan. 26 with Miss Lela Lamb. Desire Tobey Sears Chapter N.S.D.A.R. Desire Tobey Sears Chapter N.S.D,A.R. met Jan. 9, 196"/ at the home of Mrs. Ray Dietz. 3ther hostesses were: Mrs. Don Balch, Mrs, Leotis Gates, ~nd Mrs. W. G. Hills. The meeting was opened in regular term with prayer, flag salute, American's Creed, Regent's Salutation and Response. The President General's Message was given by Mrs. W. G. Hills. It was announced that an act of the U. S. Congress has designated February 1967 as American History Month. A note of thanks was read from the St. Mary's Indian School for the gifts of clothing and Jewelry. Mrs. J~ R. Beeler gave the National De- tense Report concerning fi- nance in Congress--suggesting the Foreign Aid Program be more closely scrutinized, The following officers were elected for the coming year: Regent, Mrs. Mariana SwRzer; Vik:e Regent, Mrs. Viola Ross: Re- cording Secretary, Miss Helen Stafford; Correspondence So- cretary, Mrs. Maxine' Fair: Treasurer, Mrs. Verneda Beel- or; Historian-Librarian, Mrs. Alice Rafferty; Registrar. Miss Irma Nixon: Chaplain, Mrs. Nellie Edwards. State Conference will be at the Broadview Hotel in Wich. lta on March 16, 17. and 18, Delegates and Alternates were elected. The February meet- ing will be a Guest Day. Mr. Robert G. Heidrick will give a book review entitled. "Those Who Love". Watch the paper for announcement of time and place for the meeting. After adjournment. Mrs. Maxine Fair and Mrs. Vera Walker presented an interesting pro- gram of colored slides show-i ing paintings of recent Kansas ~ists. Refreshments were then served to the ten mem- bers ~ present. Christian Gleaners The Christian Gleaners met Jkn. I0, Ollie Reager led us in our opening prayer. We gave "The Purpose". We sang "The Beauty of Jesus" and "Sweet Hour of Prayer". De- lores Hines led Devotions on Prayer. 14 members answered roll call.The secretary's report was read and approved. The treasurer's report was given by Betty McAtee. elite Rea- get, Missionary Chairman, read letters from Cookson Hills Christian School and Philippine Church of Christ. Lenore Smith gave the card 17 church calls were Hostesses were Ida Badger and Lenore Smith. The next meeting will be Jan. ~-4. Each member is to bring one dozen cookies. --Reporter. Sunshine Circle Club The Sunshine Circle Club met with sada May on Jan. 11, The mm~Jng was called to or. American Legion Ladles, who worked in the kitchen at the Bloodmobile at the Mankato Armory Jan. S. Front row (left to right) Mrs. Ed Loomis, Lain Lamb, Mrs. Pat Rafferty, Mrs. Newell Davis. Back row (left to right): Mrs. Raymond Nichols, Sue Green, Mrs. Russell Walker, Ellen Nailer, Mrs. F, w. noyd, Jr. a~r 0y our president, Bernice conducted the bnsiness Na- Carter. 13 members answered sion before announcing that roll call. Pat Hunter guessed Mrs, Ward Ozmun would tare the guess box. Sada May and Mary Diamond received wed- ding anniversary gifts and El. sie Zadina received a birthday gift. The afternoon was spent visiting. After a lovely lunch since before Christmas. make trips back Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black. visit and plan stone were in Hastings Wed- summer months, charge of the lesson, nesday. With Mrs. Ruth Colson at Linda Ross went back to her CARD OF the piano, the ladies sang the school work at Hays on Tues. --- first and seoond verses of the day. We thank all hymn, "The Light of the War- Mrs. W. A. Andrews accom- up there who Id is Jesus". Mrs. Ogmun read panied Allcia to Millard, Nebr, gifts, cards and a selection entitled "The Burn to help her move during the remembered /rig of the Greens" and offer. ,.~hrlstmas vacation. Anniversary. ed a prayer for the New Year. - =~ mums and good While explaining the value of made our a hand-marked New Testa- Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Kindler away from home meat, the leader mentioned of California were v~iting Sincere two important passages--I friends ana relatives in Man- Nita and Car. 2:g and I Car. 15:51. As kate Thursday. They were Fountain those present studied Matth- called here by the death el Box 1, ew 5:13, Mrs. Ozmun illsted her father, Sam Mizner, of New characteristics and uses of Esben. The Kindlers regularly "salt" on the blackboard. The ladies Joined the leader in bringing out the true nwaning of the phrase, "salt o( the BLUE SHI The second part of the pro- we all adjourned to meet with Ruby Scarrow on Jan. 25. --Elsie Zadina, Secretary. Sorosls Club Members of Sorosis Club met with Mrs. Florence Alex- ander Jan. 3. Roll call was an- swered with a New Year's Re- solution by nine members, Mrs. Retha Foster furnished the program. The gift box was won by Mrs. Fern Pair. The hostess served a delicious lunch, and all adjourned to meet Feb. 7. --Mrs. Anna Kohn, Rep. Formoso Willing Workers 4-H w The Formosa Willing Work- ors met Jan. 2 at the home of club member, Dannie Demp- sey, because snow was so deep they could not get to the gym. Roll call was answered with the date of their birthday. It was discovered that Jennifer Young and Margaret DaM were born on the same day. The club Voted to buy Mrs. Butch Holdren a wedding gift, Many of the members are busy getting ready for County 4-H Day. Becky Peteete led the club in singing "America" and "Dixie". "The History of Knitting" was a very informa- tive project talk given by Jen- nifer Young. Margaret DaM gave a demonstration talk "How To Make a Magazine Rack", She made it from a coat hanger. Doyle Reed en- tertained the members by playing several selections on his baritone for music appre- ciation. One of the new mem- bers, Juanice Reed. gave a fine talk on "The Definition of Recreation and its Pur- pass". A panel discussion on recreation. "Songs for Mood" was given by Dannie Dempsey and :J~rry Johnson, --Jeri James, Reporter. C'. W. C.'S C.W.C.'s met Thwrsday af- ternoon, Dec. 15, with Vera l~e for a one o'clock lunch- ~n. Nine members were pre- s~ht. A bountiful meal ~vas en- Joyed. Sorry one member, Velma Wilson, took sick and h~l to leave. Our prealdent read 2nd chapter of Luke. The Lorcrs Prayer was given in unison. Eight members an- swered roll call by "A special Christmas I Remember". Jan- ice Hanson received the guess box by answering a Christmas contest corectly. Special was by Gealie Blaylock. Several poems were read. "My Christ- mas Wish", The "Merman" and "Chips from Round About", Evelyn Blair had the program. Two contests were presented. Beulah Wilson and Etheiyn Demaray were win- ners. Evelyn then acted as Santa and passed out the gifts after each one guesed w]~o they thought was their n~y- ste~y sister. Mystery sister's nmnes were drawn for the coming year. Next meeting will be Jan. 19 with Ethelyn Demaray. -.Goalie Blaylock, Reporter W .WJ. gram began with Mrs. Ozmun stating that for two years, 1967 and 1968,. the Evangelical Unl~ ted Brethren Church will use as its stuffy theme: "Jesus Christ Renews His Church Through Its Penetration Of The Total Community." She defined the word, "penetra. tion". Several members of the Society assisted t~he leader in the discussion of questions per. raining to involvement by in- dividuals or groups. Mrs. Kramer famished addRkmal information and answered then questions about "pone- tration": "When? Where? nad HowT" The ladies sang the first verse of the hymn, "Work, For the Night Is C~m- ~ng". They contributed to tl~ onthly offering. Mrs. emma gave the "Closing Thought" and pronounced the Denedic- Moll. Mrs. Dalsie Nelson was the hostess for the afternoon. Be- rote the ladl seatod them-; selves. Mrs. Paul Life said a l ayer of Gratitude. All en. Joyed the delicious bean salad, /he honm-lmt, rolls with but- ter and Jelly and the choice hot coffee or tea which M~s. Nelson served. .... i (January 12, 1~7) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black, stone took Mrs. Blackstmm~, sister, Mrs. Fred Marine, t~ Lincoln on Friday to take a plane to her home in Cadillac, Mich. Mrs. Marine has spent l the last two months visitin~ her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. Forrest Thomas and Mr. Dale Holmes of Stuart, Iowa accompanied Mr. Jack Roe here last week. 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