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January 23, 1964     Jewell County Record
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to have new member, Hancock, with us. Ollle Reag, er w~l be refv~ ~t hoste~ -- for our C2~pt~r ~o sponsor. The for our Feb. 6 meeting. PDa~s for CALENDAR following c orrma~ttee chairmen .tl3e" 70t~ Weddixlg Armiversary for igave reports: D.A.R. Advertisir~g, ~,.Nelghbar 1V~ Hm-~a~gl~m and , Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr.; D.A.R. Stud- husband on Jan. 24 were di~xtss- 9:30 A. M., M~s.]ent Loan, ~Irs. W. G. Hills; Flag ed. After closing C~mp, we a,N en- {of U.S.A., Mrs. P. J. Ra~erty; ~yed playing Bingo provided by V. L. Midmel] Press Relations, 'Mrs. D. K. Baiah:/our Enter~a'mmer~t Chairman, 1Grace Aleorn. We all went to a MPs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. Lineage Researah. Mrs. Joe 1R"c~e f@rt Okfo, ~Vl~s, Meade Beeler; and P~gram. ~zrs. Cliffard light ref~ents. Esther Jorms. Mrs. Clifford Jones intrz> Queeff was hostess. Mrs. W. G. Hi'his Ol~b. Mrs. O. D. 7:30 P. M.. Mr. and Glevm Grout, ST. Jan. 28--- ~_ Tyler Club, Mrs. Irbde Bridge Club EvenL~g B~dge ~t lSm home of C. L. I~leck. Mrs. Etlen Notler The bridge Ixrgzes Metz m,~d bl~s. next meeting Feb. G. HiRs. IIoward Complimented H~ward, who, with rnovin~ o2~e Boogaavt with a shelver on J~n. 16. a the Assistam Mrs. Beb Fmass, Dav~, Mrs. GeraRi R~gh~rneier, Mrs. m,~ Mrs. L. M. were friends and honoree. A~I wi~h- iri her ne~v home. duced our speaker of the evening, Mr. Carl Westin. He took as his subj'ect, "Kmasas In Film And Story". ~t was a t'm~ely subject given in a very interesthrtg man- ner. The hostesses ~erved a deli- cious dessert. The meeting ad~um- ed to mee~ Feb. 10, 1964, 8:00 P. M.. a~t tl~e Party Pamm of the C~- rell Hotel. Engagement /Mr. ~nd ~Ma's. Ward P~'ui~t, Bay- nard, any, ounce fl~e eng~gemer~ of t~eir daughtcer, ~Vierrm Lee Wester, to Ba~l Leon Morris. 1~erna Lee, a gradtm'te c,f Bamavd "High School, ~nd ~ were lives An ~Mamk~to. Mr. Morris is ~hich /Mrs Howard employed by She Superior, Nebr., ~0rcSly gifts, schools. I Chapter CN, P.E.O. H ~t~sses were M~rs:i ~ . .. - - ~,.~ z~, o ...... ~ter the business meetirg, the ~m~qe *.,~. ~-*w~ *.x~ Of "~a~l'~'~4'' "'~=" ~4~.~el ,.~;tl., '...__ =:' _'-T~~. "~"~. the HMstead sisters. Mary Kei~h .w~s ~penea m zae naDt,~ ~n~a 'q w,~d,~, Ae l here were 15 rnem- . ~ . ............. I'~,nd (lh, ery,1 ph~d organ seleotions ~..~cutaw m~mcer [ t,,, Richard ~,'~,is ~,~,.~,~.~o 'g~ "J~.~.~...CZ~ ~_~_lwe~e served by She hostess. The ....... L~'_*~'_=~ .... e/~h~ home cl Mrs. E. M. Tyler. a- Net~lm~s i R~ N~t~rs C~nv m~t ~t Feb. 16. The IL:e Ha, A on 'Dhursday. ~m. 16. with the previous mee'ir.,jl Oracle E~uSah Heisz preskli~g. iqa.i ,'i-~g Baa~,er M~b~e Carpenter w~e- read !,~antcd ,t~a fhg. /~l] joined in } pleo.g~g a'~zg an*oe ~ the fhg. t Gcact~ busi,~s yeas disposed o~. [l,n._ ~=,.i C rm-niPtee reported the _ h o: n. ~ o~r members, Neighbor Ev~ Myers ~f Bavr Oak. ' The znc~r~b~ ~.~,.,a:-'d g=~ir hea~t- t mpz',h; ,. i,.:r fa~nily. I~ was _ z o ,~d ~.:a~ Neighbor Abbie r:h w r is fea:ing much bet- : r. N~i~-h,=r ]~ie Ca:,ter is not .~ :i !/, m'-~ E~:-~ s~ much as ~.~ ~a~ cur f.ai l~f~l Recorder fez Arms of N,:~tk~,al ~R-c--w~t, Freedom Press. she had f Desire N.~.D A.~ Fra~ce~ B~d Lo1$baek D~ks.hader. Mrs. ~e was .~endi~g a to ~he AND COME RIGHT rN! a mighty big effort to be ly h~ful to women. Why in and try us outl t National Bank M A N K ATO, KANSAS Money Orders - Personal Loam ,t Loans - Insurance of all kinds and Surety Bonds Union Money Transfers Amebean Exm-t~ Traveler~ ('hevk~ of Federal De~.stt Insurance f'orpor:~tto~ IK It. Ifa~, ~ Lowell O. Ya~ter, Viee.lh~s, Eta Gamma Chapter Era Gamana Chapter of Beta Sign~a Phi met ~lan. 23 a~ 7:30 P. M. ~at ~he hm-ne Of Wanda Louder. Katy catled the meeting to order with the Opening l~ittml in mxison and six raeml~s ~mg ro~l call. Ka~ will be on the Social Comm~ee wi~h Fa~e as a replace- ment for Karol, w~o ~ moved $o W, ichita, l~garet Colson will take over Kaml's potion as Treasurer. Cheryl is o~ganizin, g the ~Iarch af Dimes workers. She is hoping for a ~ t~vnout this year. The Va~l-.L en~ne s Party was discu~ed. Three members were nominated for Val- entine's Queen. Those three will be voted on a the ne~t meeting in pre~ for the party in Feb- Ix~W. 1~e~,gy Frost ga.e the pro- gr~; A ,ttmeh was served bY Warm. ~ne meeeng w~ adjoin- ed w~tah the Closing Ritual, fx~knv- ed 'by the Mizpah. The next meet- ~seW~ll be ~t the home of ~heryl y on J~. 27.~PublidW c~rar~ee. Modern Minerva Club ~ix~dern Mlwer~a Club met a~ fl~e home of M~. H~,ald P~erson for a o~e o'cl~ok tun~eon. The assi.~ar~ lm~emes were Mrs. N, M. Fair and 'Mrs. J. R. Cortne~. Fo,l~wing the d~eious l~l~ec~, ~e meeting w~s ca~led ~o order by ~ae President, Mrs. Marvin Walk- er. Aft~ ~e usual reports, the rm~nv.ati~g oocrani~tee preseated ~e folk~ving, who were duly elec- ted: Preside~ l~rs. Herb L~ngr~a; Vice-PPesidertt, ~s. Ketch Ander- son; Secretary, .Mrs. Lowell Yas- mer; mad Treasurer, Mrs. Clifford ~ones. ~VIrs. ~'aer presented Mrs. ~,an~ Smith who, i~ keepLng wi,~h ~he lea.-xm theme. "S~ren,~hen the Arm of Libevw Through Conser- vation", showed co.red slides arid nar.r~ted She story of the life .and preserva'tion of ~e a~d~als av, d ~wl ~t the Meade State Game Farm. where H, arry Smith was St~perintenden.t for twer~ty-one years. Everyone Ea~r~ked Mrs. ~nith ,~or such ~n enjoyable les- ODESSA AND D~2~rONIA COMMUNITY BLMRS. WILBUR OBERT /Mr. and ~trs. Jack Countryman are the proud ware~ts of a ~baby dau~tex, P~bin Coleen, who ar- rived ~lan. 18, weighing 6 I"6s. and 4~z. The ~~ ~he pa@ di~rml side- ~ave-Lebnaret Con~Rry- mons, and great grandparen~ are John Cotmtrymans, Oft ~e mater- nal side, the grandparents gre Dean Bu~ters, and great grand- mother is M~bel Ki~Ier. ~rs. Kindler is very happy, as the little miss arrived on her birthday. OSessa Aid met 'I~hursday wiSh Mrs. Elmer Sees'n~ Mrs. Joe Rei~e~t received a let- ter from Bu~I, yard he is qui,~ h~y ~ver makiwg ,his erm~p~y s ha~k~a'~h~l .teavn. ~He is on the first 8, picked ~ora 80 men. Jantee Bm-tley and ,I~ixie Obevt were Tlmrsday m, er-nigl~ gue~.s of Le~ Haviee. Waywe aad Olive are s't~t gettil~g over ~ ~(l~ec'i~. The girls enjoyed horsebank riding. IMr. arid ~rs. ,Mike Young~n,~' a~l children ~ ,Beth Kivdler were ,to ~he e~xw ,~iday wigh'~ i~ Beloi~. ~r~s. ~eb :Kindler end gMs spem ~e week-end a the Henry KeMem. We were hat~y to ~ fl~era eb~ Sunday. ~Iv. and ~s. Wi, lbur Chert visi't- ed Lyle Sl~m~ ca~ Ttmsday even- JkJ'Olm ~ is ~ driving a I~ Fatal. He rnmde i,t out ~o church on ,time, too. :Ne~t S~y the youth wt~ll ~t.ve C~qge O~ ~he v0xl~hip seawice ~t