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January 30, 1964     Jewell County Record
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January 30, 1964

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~JanuarY 30,196~ Announced and Mrs. Geratd Dempsey of Km~., arm~ the on- o~ their daughter, Cheryl Mr. La~my Dick, the son Max',me Dick of ~~ook, ~Vliss Dempsey gradua~d the MonCrose Rural High , and is pr~sen~ly erupted State Exchange Bank, Man- Karts. Mr. 'D~ck was gradua~- ~cokCm~ High School and wi~ Dreit~r~g's The wedding wilt take in April. Here's The Heater With The "FLIP. TOP" For Easiest ~ta loss reel CEI~rURY OH-Fired Beater $129.50 plus tax WELDING & BLACKSMITHING Merle Blew, owner Mankate, Kansas Frosts Feted On 50th Anniversary Mr. and /Mxs. Merlie D. Frost observed their ,golden wedding an- niversary Sunday, Dec. 29, when their children hc~ted a reception that afternoon in ~he family home between two and ~ive o'cbck. In roc~s beautifully decorated in pink and gold, many friends were received in the Frost home on Southeast 17th Avenue, Port- i }and, Ore.. during the a~temoon. F10ssie LM. Alspaugh and Merlie D. Frost were united in marriage Dec. 24, 1913, in Kansas, where they were engaged in farming for many year3. They came to Oregon bout 20 years ago and Mr. Frost's farming interes~ sti'll continue, al- though he i,s now retired. Five dh~Idren were born to the pair: Kei~h and Jack D. Frcr~t of Yan'ahill. Ore., Duane of Portland, Ore., ~Mrs. At]an (I}ene) Menden- hall of Caldwell, Idab.o. and Wy- rFn'a M~linecox of Newberg, Ore. There are nine ~randehfldren anti one great ~randchi~d. The anniversary table, centered with an avrangemen't of l~ink and gold blossoms and ta~ers, was at- tended by/Mrs. Arlan Mendenhatl. who cut the amaiversarv cake, and Wyn,r~a {Molitaeux, who attended the beverage services. Mrs. ,Keith Frost attended the ,book. w~ich was s~ned):ry guest more ~an 140 guests. Bon~e--lot-Mo- trieux a~d Connie. Mendenlmll were in c~a.rge of the g~ft t~bleS for their grandparents. ~Ars. Jack D. F~ost and Betty Menard, Port- land, assisted wi~ the reception. In addison to ~e many gifts and eongratu'latory messages from the northwest area, the ~'Yosts received greetings from ~ive states and a message from Germany. Out c,f state guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mendemh~ll and Conwie and a g~andd~r, Geri Lin Mrs. S. A. ~Mendenha]'1 and Mr. and /Mrs. A. He,yard of Cold, yell Idaho; [Mrs. Joe Wagon and Billie of Weiser, h:la~ho; ~Vtr. and Mrs. Larry Stendra and Rita. and Br~d Barnett of ~"alis City, Wash.; Mr. aud Mrs. Alden 2~or;nCon, A~m, Joyce and Da~vn, of Sea~ble, Wash. and tM.r. and Mrs. ~. ~ramba'll and Scott of Vancouver, Was~. HO_~[.O.I~ ROLL Esb~n--IYf'~h 8eBool To make the honor roll, a stud- ent must have at .least 12 points with ~o grade ,below a B. WRh ~ihis system it is pos~ble to have more than 12 points and miss the honor roll w~ih a C grade. A is 4 points; ~ is 3 points. 3rd Six Weeks Seniors-- B~nie Baker, 5 A~ F_~mvd Ball, 4 As Cde~zla B~er. 2 As, 3 t~ Lois:Bartley, 4 As, 1 B Jm-nos ,Flavin, 2 As, 3 Bs FA~a ~ost, 6 As PauLa ,Lewis, 6 AS Jari',~larietta, 6 As ~wea Co. Reee~ It& Tari/Marietta, Neva Sloa~, Juniors-- Carol I'~vin, As, 2 Bs Arm Nebel. 6 ~s Sophomores.- Alan Cooper, A~, 2 Bs Wendell Lewi 3 As, 2 Bs San~ra Neb~! As, 1 B Freshmen--- Leta Havice, A. 5 Bs ~arrell /Marr, As, 3 Bs Dixie Obert, '. As, 4 Bs Linda Reinert As, 4 Bs Kenneth V~b~ ~i,1. 6 As Sem~ ~er Seniors.-- B~nrrie Baker,~5 As ~r~ Ball, ~ As G1en.da Bartcher, 1 A, 4 Bs L~s Bar~ley, 4 AS, I B James l~vin. 2 As, 3 Bs Rita Frost, 5 As. 1 'B Robert Ku~ler ,5 Bs Paula Le~vis 6 As George 'Love 5" ~s Jari/Marietta 5 As, 1 B Tari /Mariett~ 3 As, 2 Bs Neva Sloan @ As As, IB As i ii /ilI Kenneth Vobo~l, 6 As ~irs. Lo~ena Pate and cl-dldren, M~r took ~ydo~'~ t ~R. ~IVI. S~mem, Principal. Mrs. ~ and Joe were at the 1 Clyde Bo~sen k ck Mi~ Joe Pate home at Sylvan Grove!~h,h" so'.~ fo: th~ ever~ Sunday to spend the day, ta~kin,g w'.~.d h~ j : t re=oh advantage of this beautiful weath- our cousin s wife, Mrs, e~ we are s~ill ha,ring. The Calvin c. p~..d a'way and I~awkins family of Denmark w~r~ vices will be T~uesda] al~o there. 5u,~r or, Ne'b:. Wilbecl~/test Home V~s[ting h~urs: 10:00-11:00 A. M.; 2:~.4:00 and 7:00-8:00 P. M. ,N~iss Alice Ferguson spent T, ues- day in ~he country with her bro- ther, /Mr. John l%rg.uson, and Mrs. Ferguson. Recent callers of Mrs. Mattie Metz have been /Mrs. Will Lager- gren, Miss Nellie L~tz, ~rs. Nancy Haggart, ~t~rs. Clara Headley, Miss Ava Cramer, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Vader. Mr. Carl LoomJs of G4en Elder and 3rlr. "WIannie I.~m'hs of Ionia visited their father, Mr. Clarence Loemis, last week. ~/I~iss T~llie Ph~lipson was a Sa- urday a~t~vnoon visi.tor of Mrs. Lulu Davis. Mr. Will Dill~ ~tered the St. Joseph's ~Iospi, tal in Concord~a on Wednesday. /Mrs. John Rand~ of Lawrence, Kans., called on he~ gra~tfather, /Mx. A. F. Morgenson, the later part of the week. Mr. and Mzs. WaAter Gordanier of Superior, N~br., visited his si..~ter, /Mrs. /Magic Smith, Tuesday afternoon. /Miss Li,11,ie Patnode of Es~on came to see her cousin, Mrs. Addie I~ncock, one day last week. M..v. and Mrs. John Fergl~xm called F~iday afternoon on, his s~r, Miss Alice 'Fegruson. Mrs. Fe~gusc~ vizRed her again Stmday momiwg. Mrs. Mary D~venport celebrated her 93vd birthday Saturday. A party was held during the a~'er- noon. BeautK~ ,snapd~gons, a gi~t to Mrs. Davenport from Miss ARICe Fer~uson, dec~ated the table. Cake and keel-aid were served af- ter ,the "Happy Birthday" song had oeen su~ to the l'mnored guest. Mr. Char~es Graham spem ~m week-end v~s~ting a sister in the eastern pa~ of the state. 'J~rs. Ola C. Wi'~b~k attended a North Cer~tral I:)isllic~ ~VIee~ng of the Kansas Nursing~/, Home Associa- tion in S@lina, Jan. XI. .Rev. Bryan Thorr~urg, Pastor the /Ma~kato Beptist Ci~urch, con- dt~--ted the clmrch service Sunday a~ternoon, Jan. 26. Flowering phns were received faxrrn the/M~s. Elizabeth Sipe faro- 'fly. On The Li~es~ne The house on ~e former Juniors-- Ann Nefoel, ( Diana Standl Sophomores-- Alan Cooper, Wendell Lew Santa Nebe Freshmen.-. Leta 'Havic~ Darrell Dixie Linda ~, 5 Bs " iAz. 2 Bs ; 3 As, 2Bs 4As, 1B i,i A, 5 Bs Mk~s Judy Countryman and her friend were up fr~rn Sa,!ina to sea the he, me f~ik3 Sund~y. Mr3. M~r~ha Shirley Randall came to s,ir~g for the wc.ddin,g cf Judy Wa/ker, wh!oh took p'lace on Sunday aftern,0.on in-Mankato. La;~t Tues,d,ay' evening, Mr. aud Mm. Clyde Bo~sen entertained a few friends. Those present we.re Mr. and ~Irs. Mike Mechsner, /Mr. ]a~i Mrs. Nona Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burdett and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Countryman. ,M~. and Mrs. Charl~e Bol, linger, M~r. Lee H0ot.cm, Mr. Paul Heiman and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hill]man were guests in the C~]yde Bossen home to hetp Clyde celebrate his urr~teenth birthday. Lee brou~t his guRar and they had music, a~d sang the birthday song for Clyde. For the Father-Son Banquet a the E. U. B. C~urch at ~Es~n Wednesday evening, CdSbert Coun Cryma~ took Terry Pate, Mike Cynthia Louise Logan Mr. and Mrs. Wiilliam announce the bir~h of a Cynthia Laui,~e, on 1964, at St. Joseph's cox~ia, Karts. She we~ 2V~ oz., and was 20 Those welcoming her sides her parents are a Marie; grandparents~/Mr. Clomer /M. Sipe of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. ,L~gan Bs 4Bs 2 As, 4 ~ts rr~o; and two /Mrs. W. F. Logan of ~rs. Richard Reed ~f CARD OF THANKS We ~a~k all of you ~ei who remerf~bered way~ on our Armive~ hel~ed ~ to make it a very ooca~on. --Lin and Iness OETS SPORTS JOB---Reading as Spo~ Editor is a Morrow farm is be/rig tom down. one af his stories in @he Collegian, i~g i~ To me, the house ~y is not student daffy newspaper at ~.t~he son of {Mr. D. wery old. It was Imltt in 1907 by State Universi~, ~mhattan, is I He worked o~a the my paren4s. Darve Miller. Dave, recently chosen jporter lestsemester. PR HEAD LOCK 70R SAVING TP UGH , JANUARY" 31, 1 WHEN YOU OPEN A SAYINGS ACCOUNT OF $250.00 MORE OR ADD $2 0.00 TO YOUR PRI ENT ACCOUNT. EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO $10,000.00 BY THE FEDERAL THE HIGH EARNINGS ON YOUR SAVINGS ARE AVAILABLE TO SAVINGS AND~LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION, AN AGENCY OF THE UNITED YOU ON JUNE~0th AND DECEMBER 31st OF EACH YEA R. -- OR WITHDRAW OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH ANY AMOUN T, ADD TO Belleville Building and Loan Assn. -- ANY TIME. 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