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JANUARY 26, 1967' P JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSA3 CARD rcohnnn inch. and volume rates available Advertising: i Word first insertion, i every inser- first, 25(: minimum Display, 84c and line "NOW" TIlE TIME TO YOUR ttOME Fibre Wool alose Insulation Line of Storm and Doors. 145, Belleville, or call JA 7-5095 E ItOME T 38tf ...... I ...... I MANKATO GREENHOUSE - Vivian Moon - Flowers for all Occasions We Telegraph Flowers Phone FR 8-3972 38tf I [Ill! Illl Cesspool and Septic Tank Cleaning. -- Jewell .Plumb- ing & lteating, HA 8-3252, Jewell, Kansas. 38tf For a good trade allow- ance on Atlas tires and bat- teries, see Jerry's Standard Service, Mankato. 38tf For Sale: Bike in good mechanical working order, like new. Basket, carrier. speedometer. - JohnWelt- mer. FR 8-3983. 33t2 For Rent: Modern 2 bed room house with basement & garage. -- Raymond Nichols, Mankato, Phone FR 8-3525. 21tf. Ben's Budget Buster: Box of 100 envelopes, regular 39c, special 25c. - Ben Franklin Store. 33tl 1 I i If interested in buying, we good trade allow- have more money available Atlas tires and bat- for real estate loans now. Jerry's Standard Kiser Estate 160 Acre 38tf Farm, approximately 120 New Homelite acres cropland, good fences, One Homelite good buildings, good road, for less $100.00 - and good allotments. L. L. Bird, Esbon, New listing on 3 rental Phone RA 5-3282. houses, two are 2-bedroom and one is I-bedroom. All in good condition and priced Front end align- for quick sale. Jensen's Texaco House and 5 lots with all Mankato, Kansas. utilities available. Price re- For Sale: New Homelite Chain Saws. -- Jerry's Stan- dard Service. 38tf hrr REFRIGERATION Sales & Service Phone HA 8-3252 Phone HA 8-3252 JEWELL PLUMBING & HEATING Apartment for rent. --F. R. Fair. 38tf For Sale: Used 21-in. Mot- orola TV; apartment size gas range; antique 3-piece bed- room suite (4-poster bed with mattress and springs); 9x12 rug with pad; electric mixer, iron, toas'tcr, and oth- er household items.- Phone 8-3239, A. Keith Anderson, 614 N. High. 30t2 For Rent: 2-bedroom house. -- F. R. F~Jr. 38tf FOR SALE', 1966 Bronco Wagon . $2295 For a good trade allow- 4 wheel drive ance on Atlas tires and bat- 1963 Galaxie Fordor . ,$1095 teries, see Jerry's StandardV8 - Stick 1963 Pontiac Fordor .. $945 Service, Mankato. 38tf Tempest - Low miles ] 1962 Fairlane 500 4D . $9951 I V8. Automatic I ARMCO PIPE Completely Recondition-] ed For Pond Dams and Roads 1962 Galaxie 500 4D . $995 KEN LANCASTER V8. Automatic Phone EX 2-3080 - Box 262 1960 Jeep - Full Cab .. $895 Minneapolis, Kansas 32tf 15.000 miles on engine I I 1960 Chev. l/~ Ton ... $795 4 Speed " 1959 Ford V8 Fordor .. $475 For Sale: See the new gas Automatic - Nice ranges, water heaters. --- 1957 Ford V8 Tudor .. $275 Waugh'Oil & Gas Co. 38tf Automatic READY-MIXED CONCRETE Delivered WHEN You Want It WHERE You Want It John H. Alsop Sand Co. FR 8-3977 - Mankato 12tf 1953 Ford V8 Fordor . $295 One of the best. 1959 Ford Fordor ... $175 Been Used And several older models SCHUETTE MTR. CO. Exclusively FORD Lebanon, Kansas | Present For Brides: If you 4tf MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. REPORT We had standing room only in tim barn and the pens were about all full of cattle. We had 82 consignors and 57 people who bought cattle, and a lot were waiting to huy. We sohl faL imgs to $19.20 and small pigs frmn 16.00 to 18.50. We had 400 lbs. strs to 31,50. Same weight hfrs to 26.60. 50(1 lb. to 550 choice strs sold from 27.50 to 28.30. Same weight choice hfrs sold from 24.50 to 25.40. A set of W. F. strs, weighing 700 lbs., sold for 25.55. 11 W.F. hfr mates sold for 24.05. 30 blk strs, weighing 688 lbs., sold for 26.05. 42 W. F. slrs. weighing 700 lbs., sold for 25.80. IS W. F. strs, weighing 943 Ibs., sold for 2,1.00. A load of W. F. strs, weighing 831 lbs., sold for 24.70. 55 choice W. F. sO's, weighing 883 lbs., sol(I for 24.05. Springer cows sold mostly from 237.50 to 250.00 per head. Butcher cows sold mostly from 1:1.50 to 17.30. We sold 2 cows weigh- ing 2040 lhs. for 19.:10. Larger consignors were: Tayh)r Clark. ,h'. Mcnhusen. Lyall Doxon, Karl Kissinger, Orwd James. M. Kindler Roy and tiarry Kindler, Warrick and Bean. Howard David. Me Curie Est., Charley and Mil- Ion Underwood. Bert Ilia mend, Leo Mizner, E. Sham- burg, W. Peroutek. Ed Dun stan. A. Murray, Itarvey Sil- sby. Ben Giebar. Vernon McClintock. Larry McClintock. Dennis Helmbrick. Hewilt Bros.. Elwyn Topliff, Doyle Sitsby. Richard Tire. We have plenty of buyers for your cattle. Call us if you have livestock to sell. We will be glad to appraise and ad- vertise for yOU, Gaff ./ones will have 34 choice W. F. cows in the auction this Friday, a dis- persal. See you Friday. Re- member we start at 12 o'clock, VAIL McCLINTOCK Simpson. Kans, 38tf duced. I,'arm, Mankato, Kans. Robe, t[ --- RA sI For Rent: 2-bedroom house. BOB ISAAC 3 Bedroom ltouse with 3 Boner. Phone, Esbon furnish invita-thank lots, nice trees and garden 33:16. 29t5" Iclose in. --- FR 8-3282. 32tfMankato, Kans. ~'ift notes, in- space, well located, in Burr ATTENTION LADIES s book, etc. Oak. For Sale Or Lease: 50x90 A Marshall Field family- iWe have a complete Nice 2-story 3 Bedroom Store Building in Mankato. owned publishing organiza- W riding supplies. House, 13/~ baths, all redee- Will remodel to suit perm- tion is conducting a nation- E'~"h Fol"er sitns and styles of orated. Quick possession and anent tenant within reason, wide expansion program. "'" " Cho~se from. We can reasonably priced. Close in. Sell on contract or cash. -- We are interested in employ. Mr and Mrs Kendall of them engraved, Price reduced. Hurry on this Lester Simmons, 216 W. 4th, ing 5 ladies in this area to H,~vil'and visitei" their daugh- Topeka, Kans., CE 4-9347do outside sales interviewing ter Donita and Wendell Bar Or thermographed one. ~d engraving). -- 2-bedroom house, good 25tf for 6 weeks starting Feb- nett over tt~e weekend and at- ~'ntv Record 38tf location, real Close to school. - ruary 7. $350 minimum for ~a,,.~ .~ ..... h h,~ro Sunday Priced for quick sale. Would[ Dear Maggie: If you'll only 100 interviews, t~I~r.'~md'~M~t.s Wayne W~u'n(,r Snt: Aoartment. - J. sell on contract to qualifiedlcme home I II take you to For interview appointment l ...... i.,.~ .... ~.,',~., h~s ....... ~)~ I..Il VV l~.~lllb~l VI~ILL'U Ill. ~[ll (~&l~. ~5tf room buyer. I Red Cloud March 5th. write Shwley Lewm, Box 303, I .............. ~t: ~ House in the country for[ 33 tai Co~t?dla, Phone CH 3-3684.[1~7~ ?,t#c;:lrSve~V"thUrwWe:k2d. rent to a family of 2 or 3.[ ] [attending church Sunday mor arced air furnace and Cheaper rent. I 1966 SINGER TOUCH & For Rent: 2 bedroom l ning. " Close to school. - Improved 200 acre farm, I SEW. Used 4 months. But-] house, one block from R-KI Clara Pierce received word tonholes, Sews on Buttons, I Shopper. Full basement. -[ of her brother's. Chester Turn- about 1/2 cropland, balance Overcasts, Blindhems, MakesI Jack Turner, Mankato. 33tf.[er. death Jan. 1. He has lived t: Pasture to rent. pasture, Located in Formoso Decorative Stitches, Etc. ~[ in Kansas City for a numl)er unt of acrcm - Ken- area. o r 6 p y . , ,, s~a,s. ~ikesell, rout~ 2, Improved 400 acre farm, Take ve 1 a ments of~ rot Rent: z-oedroom apart-'~ ....... t, Kanzas Phone about 220 acres cropland, $.68. See Locally. Dmcount merit. ~ Contact Dean I wish to correct an item of W 1 e District Of walker, t~ouruanu, l~K 4 for Cash. r't ' " " "43" 32t32 last week. Ronald Dillon be- 2. 33t4" I good allotments, fice Credit Dept., Box 250, a,~aa, azt~ ~an teaching music at Havi- elderly people toINice one story 2-bedroom Mound CKy, Kans 32t2~' land at the grade and high n my home, men or] boll,, trees for a good guitar, sctlool this week instead o ~nOUSe. Full basement. Close ' ." =" : Want to trade: Beautiful ' f Phone. JU31t3,7-3227, ][large'Godlot, smallsuitablehomefor rentalwith with him n" eMr't t, KentucBilly Leddington,k y 40868. 33tl':Stin-~ laStents~, week.Mr . HeandVisitedMrs,.. hiSwalter, par- for your hydraulic[ or with addition would make ~ Dillon, last Wednesday night. t~or bale: 30 ton soil aanK Mr and Mrs. Virgil Warner, Is. We will make] family home. " hay, square bales. Also 26 his mother Dora Warner, and Your specifications] Several building sites, pigs, ready towean; - E:,L. their grandsons, Ken, Kary, )lmatic fittings.I 15 Unit Motel . plus Btg .... and Kirby Wins ow ' " . ~arsons, NormDrancn,~:~tl 1 visited Mr in stock oxy-] Home, all remodeled and re- Prairie Hay For Sale" and Mrs. Jack Balty and boys carbide, ViC-ldecorated. Sell on contract and cutting to reliable party. Price re- Phone JU 7-2527. 33t2" Lincoln welding welding rod and accessories, steel channels and stock racks, chutes, portable Mankato Welding Mankato. 8-3949. 33 eow Buster: Box duced. Other Homes, Lots, and Acreage Properties. Could use more listings. MELVIN BLECHA Real Estate Agency FR 8-3107 regular 39c, Ben Franklin Wanted .... Professional Carpet, Up- holstery, and Wall Cleaning, e: Registered Here- in your home with modern age. electric equipment. Free es- and open heifers, timates. Work guaranteed. - Glen Elder, Shineman's Home Cleaning Beloit PE 8- Service, Red Cloud. Phone 32t4 746-2406, or FR 8-3785 Man- 1951 Chevrolet kate. 14t2m SPINET PIANO (new) loca- ted in your vicinity. Will sacrifice to party able to as- sume $27.50 monthly. Write Channer Music Co., Sterling, Colo. 33t2" Wanted: Washings or iron- ings to do in my home. Call FR 8-3772. 33t 1": BUILDER Must sell - In Scandia', Kansas, two bedroom, mod- ern home, 2 lots, flowers, trees, shrubs. Very reason- able. To see, contact Mrs. Jennie Stromberg, FE 5-2236, Scandia, or Volney Evarts, box 471, Hesston Kansas, 67062. 33t2 Wheat straw for sa!c 900 Pickup. Mechanical- -- $1,000 becomes $B,000 a excellent tires and For Sale: 1958 Olds 88 4- age 21[ A security ~haf " E. E. Penner, dr. - See Ray Howell, Man-grows wHh him through FR 8-3926. 33t1" kate. Phone FR 8-3167. 33t1" llfetlme of needs , , . plus ..... future insurability. & BERNIECE KISSINGER CLEO fllLTGEH REAL ESTATE .- Agency Manager 380 acres with The Finlay Munro one- Mankato, Kansas, Phone bales. Everett Benoit Esbon. Phone RA 5-3261. 33tf .... For Sale: Farmhand mountings for John Deere, A, B, or G tractor. - Clare Lamb, Esbon, Kansas. 33t2" Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fer- guson of Courtland and Mr and Mrs. Alfred Ross attended Possession. Terms. 160 in Con- Reserve with two to purchaser. this farm has 80 on high- is very reasonably 240 acres that is for livestock terms with Soon. improved 160 on / 14 in Mitchell New modern house, [ 80 with one in Conservation story modern house on 317 North Center. Refrigerator, stove and dryer included. Immediate possession. Unimproved 160 in Ionia Township. Cash or liberal terms. Unimproved 160 in Lime- stone Township. Immediate possession of 60 acres of pasture and land not planted to wheat. Good business in Mankato at a greatly reduced price. The Morgenson 5-room, one-story, modern house at 320 North Lincoln. Paving tax paid. Possession. FR 8-3611 or 8-3249 the funeral of Krolfler Nelson at Natoma, Kans. Saturday. I OST AGRI.SERVICE CO. I We will condu& your farm sales at auction, your real estate sales at private treaty or the auc- tion way. Call us collect for dates and rates. See our listlngs of homes, properties and land OST AGRI-SERVICE CO. BURR OAK, KANSAS Arden Ost Phone ~U 7.4242 .......... L_..UlJ ...... .JJ. ............... JiUl I over the weekend. Partially cloudy this Mon- day morning. Been mild for several day~ and part of the snow has melted but some good sized drifts yet. ,,., Home Towner Monday, Jan. 23, 1967 and weather conditions a little more favorable toward getting rid of the snow. Atmosphere rather hazy. and warn] enough to cause melting snow and mud, but the mud Is wel- [come after the long continued dry weatller. Weather l'eports of colder tonight with possibil ity of more snnw, more wc[ come now than hltcr in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Iwm Warren visited l,'riday evening at C. V. Warren's. Mr. and Mrs. I.,aurent'e Leece and Mrs. Cora Marshall were Sunday after- nOOU visilors at the Warren home. Mr. and Mrs. Marxin Ross of Colby were dinner guests Snn(lay of his sister, Mrs. l,a:' ry Whitney, and Mr. Whitney ill SuperJi)r. They later went to the tlome of Marvin's par- ents, Mr. aud Mrs. l,'red Ross to spend the afternoon. Mrs l,'red Ross who recently had a prolonged spell of the flu is slovl,x lnlprovJn~, hul was unable to attend the dinner which had hcen planned iq honor of both hers and Mr. Russ' birlhdays. The funeral of Kr'ohler Nel- son. a lon~ time resJdcnt ol tile Lovewell area where he Golden Wedding Anniversary Mr. ana tvirs. Gayle Crist- man celebrated their 50th wed- ding anniversary on Sunday, Janliary 15th, 1967. The da.~ began with the couple attend- ing church services with re latives, who were visiting here. At noon, they all enjoy ed a bountiful dinner which was served at the honle of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Belden at Jewell. Assisting Mrs. Belden were Mrs. George Belden and Mr. and Mrs. tlene Kirk. Open House was held in the Christiala Parlm" in Mankato frmn 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. with 200 guests signing the gues~ hook. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kirk and Mr. and Mrs. Harol0 l)wyer greeted the guests. Mrs. Lee Myers was in eharg( of the guest hook. and Mrs, Mike tlines, the gift table. Tl)e attractive serving table was covered with a beautiful white tablecloth, and centered with a three-tiered weddin~ cake, decorated with symbols representing the cnuple (her and now On either side was an arramrement uf l)ink and l)lue flowers & golden candles. grew up, was held Salurda\ 'rile guests were served cake p.m.. Jan. 21st. at. Natoma. nlints, coffee and golden where tile latter pan of his life had been lived. Mr, Ne] son was 62 years old. Vri(,nd~ and relatives attending frmn a distance were his son allO two daughters, his sisl, er. Mrs. /lone Morris. and htr',;hand o! Basin, Wyo., Mr and Mrs. Jack Morris of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Leon I,ayton of Ran- dall, Mr. and Mrs. Charlit Russell of Webber, Mr and Mrs. Harold Morris of Vornm so. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross of Mankato and Mr. and Mr~ Arthur Ferguson of Courthmd. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Char- lie Swanson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Erickson were dinner fful,sts ,q, undav al the tlenry Topliff hnme, The dinner was in hnll()r nf the bwthday of Mrs. ])onna Clark. who is the former Donna Tap lift. Mrs. Goldie l)oxon was a caller at the home of her sis ter, Mrs. Nela Leecc, in Love well this [last week. SalnlJc Ayers was an afier- noon guest of her great grand- mother, Kathtq'ine Warren, Friday. The afternoon -was spent helping "(h'ani" bake cookies, gJngerl)rcad men an(I a quilt for lhe new Christmas doll. A bushel of fun, watch ing how well a '1 ytar old can really handle a rolling pin and the cookie cutters. W.S.C.S. will meet this week with Mrs. I,auree Mettler in stead of Mrs. Wilma Blair. Junior Leece delivered a hot' sfielter house for C. V. War ren at tim ,]an]cs ,Jcnshy i';n'|~ near ttardy Friday afternoon. Haven't heard from her this week but a card from Mrs. Winifred Smies last week, who has been enjoying a tour trip to Hawaii, said she wuuki soon be home. ] Mr. Floyd Risewick was in l the hospital from Monday 'til Friday this past week where the doctors did skin grafting on his injured hand. full re- sults of which are not yet fully determined. The hospi tal trip necessitated a delay in opening their phwe of bus~ ness. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Var Meter were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Rogers m Bostwick Sunday. The dinner was served in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Van Meter's 48th wedding anniversary. A hlve- ly cake and ice cream were enjoyed by all. Congralula tions, Chester and Gladys. ii i PANCAKE FEED Sponsored by Jewell County Westernaires SATURDAY, JANUARY 28 Serving from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. American Legion Hall - Jewell Free Picture Show on "American Quarter Horse" at 7:30 32t2 II L I ALL BRANDS & ALL TYPES i MANKATO, KANSAS ltf . I punch. ltelping wilh the reception were Elsie Broyles. Glady~ Fordham. and Otlie Rcager. ass/sted by metnhers of th( Christian Gleancrs and the .lny Sunita.~ School Class. Mrs Evan ttanson made the cakes and Miss Ella Colson. tlu n~ints. (;race Belden and Gayh Crislman were n]arried in Be loit. Kansas or] ,)anqary 11 1917. ltaving lived the entire time in this area. they hay( made many l'riends, and Sun day was a day that will b~ long remembered, ttelping to make it (,nmplele were telc phone calls h'om Fred Kirk and Glen Kirk. nel)hews fron Litl.leton, Cob/rude who wen unable to attend. Those atlending frm'n a dis tance were: Mr. and Mrs Bert Schlagle, Mrs. Lou ltoughh)n, Mr, and Mrs. Henr3 tIoughton, Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Dwyer, Sr., Mr. and ~',I['S Harold Dwycr,n Jr. and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. G(,,ne Kirk Mrs. George Bekien, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Belden and Bill Mr. and Mrs. Lee Myers and family, Mr. and Mrs. MiM Mick~ Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Ed mnn(ts, Mr. and Mrs. Berl Beldcn, Mrs. Alyce Horn, Mr. and blrs. Frame Belden, Mr and Mrs. Cecil l)iekerhoof Mr.. Mlleo Allen,, ~M1,..and Mrs. Frank Mann, Mr. and Mrs Max Niswcnder, Miss Helen l,/pke. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox Mr. and Mrs. Lester Birch, qr-;. Edna Behlen. Mr. and Mrs. George Schouten, Mr. & vlrs. Nolan Cli,'e, Mr. an( Mrs. Vernon Hamilton and ;'amily, Mrs. Nettie Joimson, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Prather, Mr. and Mrs. Mert Means am Sharon, Mrs. Richard Arnold and family, Mrs. Dwight Un derwood,~ and daughter. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all those who made it posible for us to have such a wonderful day or our golden wedding anniver- sary. We thank you for the many gifts, cards, calls and letter: we recmved at this time. - Grace and Gayle Cristman Neuburger Koberstein Nuptial Vows Recited A double ring ceremony was solemnized recently at the Mountain View United Presby terian church, where Miss Sondra Neuburger, daughter el Mr. & Mrs. D. E. Neuburger, became the bride of Rodney C Koberstein. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Koberstein, all of Lo~eland., Seven-branch candelabra & candles in the window formed the setting for theholiday~ nuptials, performedby the Rev. Don Mitchell. David Neuburger, brother of th~ bride, Bill Beukenhorst, Boul~ dcr,- the bride's cousin, and Brook Pyaett, Palisade, seated the 100 guests at pews marked with white wedding bells. Miss Lynell Conner of Boul; der was organist and accom~ panied the bridegroom's twir sister. Mrs. Ben Siminoe. Ft. Collins. who sang 'Beeause". and 'The Lord's Prayer." Candlelighters were Dennis Neuburger. brother of th~ bride, and Merri Anne Kober. stein, sister of the bridegroom, The bridal gown, made by.' the former Miss Neuburger her mother, was of white rose brocade, in floor length. It, was styled with bridal V sleeves ~nd empire waistline, from which flowed the chapel train. Her waist length veil was attached to a headpiece of satin roses and pearls and: PAGE SB she carried a cascadp ar- rangement of white carnations and anthuriums. Miss Daisy Jones, Lovela~d~ was maid of honor and Miss Peggy Epperson, Loveland, was bridesmaid They wore red satin and ch/ffon dresses and red satin head bows with shoulder length veils. The at- tendants carried lighted can- dles in poinsettia arrange- lnents. Jerry Koberstein served as his brother's best man. Connie Murray was the flower girl & Jimmy Beuken- horst, Boulder, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Neuburger wore a tan and white suit and matching accessories. Mrs. Koberstein was attired in a winter white wool dress and gold acces- sories. Their corsages were of red carnations. A reception was held in the church parlor. Mrs. Bob Beu- kenhorst, Boulder, aunt of the bride, presided at the punch )owl. Mrs. Keith Epperso~, Loveland. and Mrs. Ernest Koberstein. Oshkosh, Neb., turlt of the bridegroom, ser- ved the cake. Miss Pat Hart was at the guest book and Mrs. Laverne Tjaden. Miss 3onna Thielman and Miss Linda Nickerson were at the gift table. For traveling, the bride wore a white suit with red ac- -essorles. Mr. and Mrs, Kober~etll will live in San Diego, Calif,, after ,~be eompletes her schooling in April at Bernel Hair Styling college, Ft. Col- qns. She is a 1966 graduate of Luvehlnd high school where her husband was graduated In 19G2. He is in the U. S, Navy and is stationed on the U~ Gurke. - Loveland. Cole, paper. Sondra Neuburger-Kober- stein is the granddaughter of Mrs. Jim GiIliam of Mankato, Nest Walnut E. H. U. West Walnut E.H.U. met on Jan. 11 at the home of Mrs. Sheridan Self. The business meeting,~ was conducted by Mrs. Doyle Silsby. The pres|,- dent opened the meeting by reading the "Hymn of the United Nations". There were letters of thanks from Mary, ,'rances ttoldren for a wed, ding gift, from the Webster 2o. Community Hospital for scrapbooks and a letter from m absent member, Mrs. i~l- eanor O'Neal. There was di~ cussion on contributing to the Jewell Co. hospital fund. As here were only four membe~ present, the decision was t~t ,() th(-next meeting. Mrs. Sil~- by appointed Mrs. Earl Wins- low, Mrs. Cleo Morris and Mrs. Sheridan Self to the com- munity improvement commit- tee. In the absence of Edith ~,'olger who was to have given :l unit choice lesson. Mrs. Sils- by gave a lesson on "Corer munity Leadership", The lead, er must move toward a de- sirable goal. A good leader inspires others by taking into account the basic mental drives - 1. self preservation; 2. Love (Golden Rule). The next meeting will felt. rare a noon luncheon at the home of Mrs. Doyle Silsby oI Peb. 1. There will be a grab bag exchange of homemade Valentine goodies. Mr~.~ RIW Headley will give m "Fibers and home furnishing no. 1. .... Mrs. Sheridan Self, P.R,~ . Harrison E. H. U. Hi and Happy New Year everyone. ttarrison E.H.U. had their - , first meeting of I[}67 Jan. at the home of Mrs, Marshall Bishop. Our new president, Mrs. Dew Stansbury, opened the meeting by asking Mrs. W~ A. Andrews to read the quota. tion for January. Nine menl, bers answered roll call by tell- ing which TV program they like the best. Mrs. G. C. Hudi- burgh gave a treasurer s re. port. We had a discussion on our group making a trip tO, Lincoln, Nebr. No definite plans have been made. Mrs, Delmar Boyles and Mrs. Claud Snyder gave an advisory l'e~ port. The improvement com- mittee which consists of Mrs. W. A. Andrews. Mrs. Win. Ktmminau and Mrs. Ralph Dye were elected to buy a' coat rack for the ComfflUlaltY Center. Mrs. Ralph Dye pl~- sented a very interesting Iu- son on safety, oLater th~ month we plan :' film on safety. Mrs. tit presented a lesson care of fabrics, a carry over from last year. Recreation was led by Mrs. Irvln Petflt, 5 Our next meeting will be, at,,:,'," the home of Mrs. Win. Kim;: minau Feb. 2 at 1:30. --Mrs. Irvin Pet(it, P,R.C~ I i