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SOCIETY CLUB (Items must be In by noon Monday) Engagerner s ,:i, 4 Enyearl-Wllklnson Ray. and Mrs. Earl L. Eay. cart of Esbon, Kans. wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Cynthia Sue, of Overland Park, Karts., to Ray Walter Wilkinson of Burr- ton, Kans., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wilkinson, of Wi- chita, Karts. Miss Enyeart is a 1905 grad- uate of Haven High School, Haven, Kans. She is now at- tending the Hayes Hairdress- ing School in Shawnee Mission, Kans. Mr. Wilkinson is serving wlth the Army, stationed at Fort Riley, Kans. No wedding date has been set, FOULK-DEMPSEY Constance Lea Foulk sleeves and hemline with de. the bride of John Ri- tachable watteau sweep train, Eugene Wilson of- and music was pro- by Miss Joan Blasdel, and Mrs. Opal 0rd, Turon. Attending were Mrs. Marsha and Wayne Dempsey Dempsey in the home A forward petal cap of re- Parents, Mr. and Mrs. embroidered Alencon lhce with Foulk, of Turon. The pearls held her ballerina veil is the son of Mr, of silk illusion. She carried Marr Dempsey of orchids and ivy on a white Bible. Mrs. McNulty wore a sheath gown of moss green satin. She carried white chrysanthe- mums and ivy. Mrs. Eva Winters and Miss Lorena Roberts assisted at the reception. The couple is at home at bride chose an empire Hays, where both are students gowl of candlelight at Fort Hays Kansas State Hettlnger-Flodlhn :centc i by side baroque College. lace on the elbow ' Mr. and Mrs. Dwaln Het. finger of San Mateo, Calif. an- ' Club Flower Levers Club nounce the engagement of ----- their daughter, Patsy Delores, Liberty Club met Jan. The Flower Lovers Club met to Pet. R. L. Flodihn, son of the home of Eleanor Thursday, Jan. 19, at the Mr. and Mrs. Lermart Flodihn, with 12 members and home of Mrs. Russell Walker of Belmont, Calif. ~hildren present, Joan with 16 members present, Miss Hettinger will be a 196"/ Was welcomed as a new Roll call was answered by graduate of San Mateo High ~r. Secret Sister names "Something About Kansas", School. Clrawn for the next year. 'Miss Edna Walker gave an in- Pet. Flodihn, a graduate of decided to have a Val- teresting and instructive les- Aragon High School, is sere- grab bag for the next son on "Care of Christmas ing with the U. S. Armed ~g. Ann Ost presented Plants". The new year books, Forces. l contests for the pro- which have a poem in mere- Miss Hettinger is the grand. After lovely refresh- ory of Grace Black, were dis- daughter of Mr, Joe B. Turner, Served by Eleanor, club tributed to the members. Re- Kansas City, Kans., formerly ned to meet in February freshments were served by the of Formoso, Kans., and Mr, annie Olson. Vivian Os~t hostess. The next meeting program leader, will "be Feb. 16 with Mrs, Har- and Mrs. R. C. Hettinger, For- moso, Kans. Reporter. ry Hanson. Sunday di~ests of Mr, Thursday ~onards To Celebrate and Mrs. Steve Arnoldy were Bridge Club Yeddlng Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Carl W~stin. Mrs. Lena Monbeck and Mrs. Glenn Hale were hostess- and Mrs. Dan Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Carl DeHaven es at the meeting of the Thurs- ~lebrate their 63rd wed- and Paul Hackathorne of To- day Evening Bridge Club Jan. anniversary Saturday. peka visited over Saturday 19 at the Mankato Apartment night and Sunday at the Ed House. Mrs. A. Teeple, who is Loomis home. here visiting Mrs. George Teeple, was present. The high scores were won by Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Teeple. The next meeting will be a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs, RaY_Dietz Feb. 2. WHEN WAS ARBOR DAY IIVAUGUI ATED, AND e a thought we'd like to plant with ... our Auto Loan service is just about best way you can buy that car you You get prompt service, courteous You'll like our moderato terms. ';umlnol.18V pJso mleuuqe/q ul pe un ntul nt4 , e(l oqay Annotulce INSUR]ZD UP I"O $111,Ne.M BY FJD.LC. Enyeart-Plsher Rev. and Mrs. Earl L, Eny- eart of Esbon, Kans, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lucretia Caro- li e, Overland Park, Kans., to Gary Wayne Fisher, Long Beach, Calif,, son of Mr, and Mrs. Marlin McQueen of Wood. ston, Kans. Miss Enyeart.is a 1962 grad- uate of Haven High School, .Haven, Kans., and a 1~05 grad- uate of the Grace School of Nursing, Hutchinson, Kans, She is presently employed by the North Kansas City Memor- ial Hospital, N.K.C., M6. Mr. Fisher is in the U. S.. Navy and is stationed aboard th6 U.S.S. Samuel N. Moore at Long Beach, Calif. No wedding date has been eet. HERE J A MOtFIT[I TL. At today's prices, the preseri lons needed by the Iveraee Imrson would cost about $800 - during his entire lifetime. This is oM-thlrd the cost of ene automobile, which lasts about four years. How important is health . . . and life? 'PODAY S PRESCR/FHON IS THE BIGGEST BARGAIN IN HISTORY. CALENDAR Thursday, Jan. 26 - T & E Club - Miss Lela Lamb Priscilla Club - Mrs. George Teeple Kiltie Club - Mrs, Ralph Waugh Kensington Club - Mrs. V, L. Michael Saturday, Jan. 28 - Friday P. M, Club.- Mrs, O. D. Vance Monday, Jan. 30 - B.W,M.U. Wednesday, Feb. 1 - W.S.C.S. W.S.W,S, C.D.A, A. L. C. W. Marl Octo Club - Mrs. J. E. Moon, Jr. Trump It - Mrs. Ralph Waugh Thursday, Feb. ~) - Royal Neighbors Thursday Evening Bridge Club - dinner - Mr. and Mrs, Ray Dletz, hosts Modern Minerva Club Mrs. E. C, Whitley was hos- ;ess to the Modern Minerva Club at the Correll Hotel Club Room Jan, 19 at 2:00. Mrs. Whltley called the meeting to Hesket, State Game Conserva- tlon Officer of the Lovewell Reservoir area. Mr. Hesket showed slides with taped nat-, ration of the Lovewell Lake and Reservoir area and the Flora and Fauna of Jewell County, This was followed by questions and answers and lively discussion. A very en- Joyable program ~nd every one expressed her apprecia- tion to Mr, Hesket. Following the program, Mrs, Whitley conducted the busi- ness meeting, when the following were elected dfficers for next year: President, Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr.: Vice.Presi- dent, Mrs. E. C, Whitley; Se- cretary, Mrs. Tom Lehrling: Treasurer, Mrs, Mike Stout: Parliamentarian, Mrs. Robert Meyer, The next meeting will be our annual Music Talent Tea, honoring the music students whom we will sponsor at the ,., District Music Festival at '~ 6 ~: ~ Hays. The Tea will be in Fel- .... lowshlp Hall of Hnrmonv Me- ~;assens-w.son thodist Church, Feb. 16, at ---- 2:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne J, Cassens of Hardy, Nebr, wisl~ arldgette Club Entertained to" announce the engagement --- of their daughter, Nancy Cas.[ Mrs. Harold Peterson enter- sens to Walter L. Wilson, sonI tained the members of the of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wil. Bridgette Club at her home son, of Mankato, Kans. [Tuesday, Jan, 17, Guests were No wedding date has beeS]Mrs Gerald Kier and Mrs. set. Don" Hamilton, Miss Adelaide ........ ~ . Regnier received the high mar, rJC;O t, luo weenesnsy score. Refreshments were .... ~- . served by the hostess. The ,wrs. umrence t,oom]s an-[next meeting will be Feb. 7 tertained the members of the[with Mrs Marl Reager Marl Octo Bridge Club at her[ " ._---- home Wednesday evening, [Sunoer Club Meets Jan. 18. The prizes were won I -- by Mrs. Wayne WilsOn andI The Suvper Club met Men- Mrs. Lawrence Roe. The hoS-[day evening, Jan. 16, at the tess served refreshments. The lhome of Mr and l~r~. H-~rold next meeting will be Feb. l[Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Law- with Mrs. J. E. Moon, Jr. fence Roe were euests Mr. Frldsy P M.-"~bub Meets land Mrs. Clyde Suchsland and " Mr. and Mrs. Marl Wonder Friday'-~-'M~-. Club met received the bridge prizes. SaturdayThe Jan 14 at the Buff- The next meeting., will b,e Feb at0 Roam with'Miss Helen 20 with Mr. and Mrs. Reager, McCammon, hostess. Lovely I noszs. refreshments were served. "---"- Mrs. Lester Broyles receivedl~tmerlcan Legion Auxiliary the high score prize The next _ _ ---- ....... ' ..... ~ jan 17, 1967 thirteen mem- meeung wm De #an. z, at me _ " . - - ........ ance ,nets met with Ethel Loomis nome oz u u v .... for an evening of business and ..... Ilvisiting. Before the meeting ~1 was called to order, Ethel Con: ducted a tour of her beautiful new home which was enjoyed by all. The President, Ruby Davis, was in charge of the meeting and after an opening prayer by Chaplain Alice Raf- ferty, led in the flag salute and reading of the preamble. Regular business was cared for with reports from various committees. Ellen Noller re- ported cards sent to the ill and was instructed to remem ber Newell Davis who is in the Veteran's Hospital in Grand Island, Nebr. Informa- tion concerning Girls' State was given. The Feb. 7 meeting will be a public dinner at the Hall with Sue Green, chairman. It was voted to make special preparations for a larger crowd than in the past and do- nate al) money received to the Hospital Fund. The dinner will be the same as in the past and anyone who desires may attend. Following adjourn- ment carpet rags were laid aside and delicious refresh- ments of date pudding and coffee were served by the hos- tesses, Ethel Loomis, Helen Stafford and Mabel Yapp. --Secretary. Mrl and Mrs. Keith Kauer and daughters spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs, Steve Arnoldy after renting their home here before moving to Picture I ty's Golden Wedding Annlverlary Mr. and Mrs. Lee Golds- berry will celebrate their Gel. den Wedding Anniversary with a reception at the Christian Church in Jewell Sunday, Feb. 5, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Mrs.~ Grace Holliday, Soldier, Kans., Mr. and Mrs, Glen Goldsberry, Jewell, Kans., and Mr. and Trump It Club Entertained Mrs. Gene Goldsberry, Valley Center, Kans., the children of Mr. and Mrs. Goldsbarry, have made the arrangements for this delightful affair. No gifts, please, is a request of the Goldsberrys. Mr. and Mrs. Goldsberry were married Jan, 31, 1907. on account of bad we'at~er. Mrs, George Putt entertain- ed the members of the Trump It Bridge Club at her home Wednesday, Jan. 18. The high score prizes were won by Mrs. Perry Kier and Mrs, Clifford Jones. The hostess served re-i freshments following bridge. The next meeting will he Feb. I with Mrs. Ralph Waugh, Mystic Circle Club Mystic Circle Club met Jan. 20 at the Rebekah Hall with Louise Motes as hostess, Our club was postponed from the first Friday night of the month J, Roll call was answered with verses or stories by 12 mem- bers, We missed Ella Colson, who is caring for her father during his illness. We also missed Beulah Heisz. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved The hostess gift from Grace Bennett to Louise was a beautiful vase. We played a game of bingo and some question and an- swer games. Then we had a delicious lunch, Next meeting will be with Grace Bennett at the Rebekah Hall Feb. 3rd. Roll call will be Valentine verses. --Marian LaRue, Reporter. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, January 26, 1967 Page 3 - Section I - , ...... I hilL Jl_! Jewell County Women's Democratic Club m The Jewell County Women's Democratic Club will meet on Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Edith est. All Democratic women in the county are urg- ed to attend. It is time to pay dues for 1967. Several projects coming up will be discussed at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zimmer- man entertained a group of friends at dinner Sunday in honor of their wedding anni, versary and the birthday of Mrs. Guy Williamson. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ahrens, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Oldfield, Mr. and Mrs, David Demaray, Mrs. Ona Willlamson and the host and hostess. It was a most enjoy- able occasion. Burr Oak Y.W.C,A. Burr Oak Y.W.C.A, met last Monday evening at 7:30 in the High School Auditorium, Our sustaining members were our special guests for the ev- ening. We had a very inter- esting business session follow. ed by slides shown by Fern Harris of their trip last sum- mer to the northern states and Canada, We saw some plc- tures of some beautiful scen- ery and flowers. The meeting was adjourned and we were served sandwiches and coffee by Beth Jeffery and Lonnie Diehl. Our next meeting will be Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. Every- one welcome. --Reporter. Mr, and Mrs. Darus Hen. ningsen and Mrs. Robert Oat were in Beloit Monday for the funeral services for Mrs, Little Vestal, mother of Mrs. Coburn Henningsen. e When you're down at your dealer's trying out a new Chevrolet, be line you pull out the ash tray. Notice bow nice and easy it glides, never hanging up or even scraping. The reason is, it rides on ball bearings. Four ddl y little bali bearings. (Take the tray all the way out and you'll see them.) You say you don't even smoke? Then look at it this way. That ash tray is a symbol of the way we make cars: Paying extra attention to the little things as well as the big ones, as a way v~ of |mWst Inalg of making extra sure your '67 Chevrolet gives you 15 5105