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RECORD' Donald Nelson, of San Fran- which please renew my sub- 16, 1967~isco. California: a sister, scription for another year. Section 1 Mrs. Alene Morris, of Basin. I enjoy the paper very much Obitua~ Wyoming: nineteen grandchil- ;and hearing about old friends .___ " dren and many other rela-and neighbors is indeed a ~loid Nelson was tires and friends, pleasure, especially at the marriage of Mar- Funeral services were held time I was in the hospital at and Dorothea at the Natoma Methodist Loveland. April 25, 1904, in Church at 2:00 n.m. q~turday, Best wishes to each and ev- Kansas; and January 21, 1967, Rev. Lynn ery one back home, especially this life at Con- Kanaca, Russell, and Rev. L. to Mrs. Boyd. It is wonderful on. January 18, ;I. Underwood, Lyons, officlat- to be as active and interested age of 62 years, lng. Burial was in the Nat,.~ma in so many activities when a t~d 23 days. Cemetery, Pohlman's Funeral person has reached the age was raised on a Service, Natoma, in charge. 90 years young. Kansas, Mrs. Bernice Howe Witcher engaged in Junior Girl Scouts Drake, Colorado 80515. that area for a ---- I 30 The ,uoo, G,r, cout, ,O Wyoming, he Troop 221, held their meeting in marriage to Feb. 6, 1967 at the V.F.W.; and to this Hall. We had the opening and1 . Lovona Bartloy born three chil- worked on our dance badge.: I lla, Joy, and We have had three dance ses- Mrs. Wendell Meyer came | Lg with his farm- sions so far from Paula home from the St. Joseph's Mr. Nelson was Schnell of Beloit. These are Hospital of Concordia last oil promotions held on Saturday P. M. We week and is improving. Mrs. [935 to 1941. But are learning the five basic Anna Wierenga is helping in Nelson and his dance steps in waltz, polka the home. Awdlim7 ~ ~ helped at dilmm' Feb. 7th ed to Natoma, and ballerina. There is one Ed Fedde had surgery last (left to right): Ruby Hale, Edna Walker, Helen I week at the CommUnity Has- re he has made more lesson next Saturday, pital in Beloit He is doing as 1~afford, Alice Rafferty, and Ruth Kier, Ill his death His then we are finished and will preceded him in continue to work on them at well as can be expected for The Mankato American Le-I ber of the ladies helped suave our meeting to complete our one of his age. uion Auxiliary svonsored a[the meal and do the clean up ag~Mr~Nels~r~badges~Themeetingwasad~Mr~andMrs~M~rrisH~l~spita1Bene~itI~nneratthew~rkandthedishes"~ iil ist as his person- journed by Scout Out.man and Ranae are moving to Legion Hall in Mankato Tues- These ladies are won~terful ~d this experience--Sue Weaverling, Scribe. Burr Oak this week where day noon Feb. 7th. The ladies[ cooks and a lar~.e crowd at- : --.--. Morris will be employed, donated all the food and the ltended. The Auxiliary always a nappy trans- " .- Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Benott receints for the dinner will be l boosts for worthwhile cam- his life. SinceManhattan -- An Air ~orce of McPherson announce the ldona~ed to the Jewell County: munity activities and their do-' ~ience, Mr. Nelson ~OT~ ~r~duatmg class of 19 arrival of a daughter, Kimbe~-il Hospital Fund Drive, nation to the Hospital Fund is ~XPressed his grate- b~mgs to 40 the number of ly Joy, on Feb. 9. 1967. SheI Mrs Sue Green was the ldeeply appreciated by every- r Goa's mercy toKa.sas State University grad-wel'ghed 7 lbs. 10 ozs. and has /chairman in charge. All the tone working on this worth- for the genuine uating seniors who received an older brother Tim and a had found in the commissions" as second lieu-! , ' , l members sent f0od and a num-l'while project. NVember f 1963i tenants at mid'term" Twenty'i sister' Julie' t welcme her I ' ie ii dhiiiill became a membe~i one seniors who received home. Grandparents are Mr:[ Assembly of God Army commissions were an- and Mrs. Luster Stites and Mr./ and Mrs Archil Benoit. Great J Russell, Kansas, nounced earlier, grandparents include Mrs. i )rd as a member This year's Air Force ROTC 'eg~tion and as a graduating class iricluded two Bessie Stites and John Bur.i the church board distinguished graduates, John dett of Ionia and Mrs. Roy or of enviable faith~ P. Cable, Leoti, and Kenneth Stockton. Mrs. Lester Stites'~ went to McPherson Sunday to A. Dekat, Seneca. These men are preached from our pulpits today. The truths for of 24, 1962, Mr. will be offered an opportunity help in her daughter's home. itself, which n~ his moral Bernice Burns to obtain regular Air Force Little Miss Kimberly has the which he offered his life are being lived by millions of (4) For the sake o( the Chm~h Christians. ..d m.ter,.L ,upp , in marriage, and commissions as a result of same birthday as her aunt, to go to church regularly couple has their outstanding academic Mrs. Ran Becker (Phyllis How did he make his point so clear.., and so eternal? and read your Bible daily Stites), of Beloit. ' [ blessing to their work at KSU. to all who knew The Air Force ROTC cadet Congratulations to Leta Lou He did it through Love and Self-sacrifice . . . and has been a who has been awarded a Havice and Lee Kriley, Queen God's Power. He did it through the very gifts which and an af- commission as second lieuten- and King of the Sweetheart he imparts today to those who worship Him! not only to ant in the United States Air Ball of Esbon Rural High but to hisForce from Jewell County is School which was held Satur- Copv~i~ ~67 Ke|~ter Advertising Service, l~c., S~ra~burg, Va. as well. Glenn C. Fogo, Esbon. day night. A nice time was J Sunday Mona~y Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday nlourn his depar- Graduation speaker at cere-, had by all those attending. I Matthew John Acts Romans I Corinthians I Corinthians I Peter wife, Bernice;.monies held Sunday was Lt.~ Lester Barnett of Lebanon A11~lli~y ~ who h~ at the ~ ~ 13:53-58 6:60-71 17:22-34"5:12-17 1:18-25 1:26-31 4:7-11 Mrs. Ardella Michael McAuliffe, a 19651 was a Sunday visitor at theFeb. 7th, Front row (left to right): 1Wrs. Raymond I ~ ~ ~ + ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ + ~ ~ ~ + ~ + ~ ~ ~P ~ ~ J Nevada, andKSU graduate from Salina.Glenn Bartley home; Nichols, l L.'s. Russell Walker, and Mrs. Newels Day- Sunday guests of Mr. and WEBBBR METHODIST ASSEMBLY OF GOD EVANGELICAL UNITED of Elko, No- Dr. William L. Stamey, asso- Mrs. Johnny Grimes and is. Back row (left to right): Katherine Nelso CHURCH CHUR~.H BRETHREN CHURCH Vaughn Nelson, ciate dean of the College of Gall Bliss, Mrs. Finley Smith, Sue Green, Lela Kansas; two Arts and Sciences, presented daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Webber, Kansas G S. Willard~ Paul Life, Minister Gordon Grimes, Mrs. FlossieLamb, and Ellen Nailer. Loren J. S!!sby, Minister Pastor Morning Worship .. 9:30 A.M, Joan Farley, of the commissions. Sample, and Mr. and Mrs. D|le Crispin, S. S. Supt. Sunday School I0:00 a. m. ~unday School., 10:30 a. tli, and Mrs. Bet- Dale Henningsen. Brenda Mr. and Mrs. Adam weekend of Feb. 4-5 in Salina ----- Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. W.S.W.S ......... 1st and ~rd of GrandDear Boyds: Grimes was celebrating a and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Kos- as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. Special Childrens' Service Wednesday of each month, a brother, Find enclosed$4.00for birthday, ter of Kansas Cit~ spen_t__th.__e Carl Meeker. Mr. Carl Gil- Church School .. 10:30 a.m. "in Basement 11:00 a. m. more who had been visiting Choir Rehearsal, Evangelistic Service7:30p. m. at the Meeker home came Wed ........... 7:30p.m. Midweek Prayer MONTROSE METHODISt home with his other daughter, WSCS--lst and 3rd Service ......... 7:30 p.m. CHURCH Mrs. Rose, for a visit. Wednesdays .. 2:00 p. m, Rev. Delia Pose Mr. and Glen King of Wtchi- CATHOLIC CHURCH Veme Dempeey, ta spent the weekend with her IONIA EVANGELICAL ESBON .--.- father. Harry Colson. and UNITED BRETHREN ---- Worship Service . 9:30 daughter, Ella. Sunday Mr. CHURCH Winter Schedule: Church School., 10:30 a.l~ and Mrs. Arnold Colson andDAVID TROTT, Minister 8:30 a.m at Esbon Miss Eva Colson joined them ------ 10:00 a.m. at Smith Center for dinner. Afternoon callers Worship Service. 11:00 a.m, were Mr. and Mrs. Darus Hen- Sunday School .. I0:00 a.m. OLIVE HILL CHURCH NAZARENE BURR OAK ningsen. Harry remains about The "Y" Fellowship every R.R. 1 - Superior, Nebr. Lee Hillery, imsto co,v,,o.~ ,.,7 =v M=C.." CO~,O~r~ON the same. We hope he soon Is other Sunday afternoon at Ray. Dorman Foley ___ feeling better. 2:00 p.m. Minister Morning Worship .... 11:00 Mr. and Mrs. Buford Tucker Chrissie Ahrens, S. S. SupL Sunday School ...... 10:00 The Total Look... and Connie spent Sunday at UNION CHAPEL Sunday School.. 10:00 a.m. Evening Worship ...... I:~ the Leon Falk home in Tope-E.U.B. CHURCH Church Service .. 11:00 a.m, ~outh Service .......... 6:~ ka. Earl Enyeart, Pastor Mid-Week Prayer Wednesday Evening Mr. and Mrs. Junior Koster SupL, Vadm Davis, Jr. Meeting, Wed.. 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting ...... ~:~ of Kansas City spent the week- .~-- end with his parents at Caw- Sunday School o. 10:00 a.m. Northbranch Friends Church FIRST BAPTIST ker. and her parents. Mr. and Morning Worship lh00 a.m. Wendell Barnett, pastor CHURCH Mrs. Adam Rose, and grand- 1st end 3rd Sunday Evenings: LaJaunta Winslow, S. 8. Rev. Mlllstead father, Carl Gilmore. Bible Study ...... 7:00 ;. MM, Supt. Sunday School,. '10:00 a.m,~ Mr. and Mrs. Bill DauberThe Fellowships .. 7:00 . Sunday School at .... 10:00~orship .......11:00 a.IIL of Mankato and Mrs. Emma V/orship at ......... 11:00Training Union .. 6:30 p.~. 86?6: Brinkworth were Sunday din- ESBON E. U. B. CHURCH F~'iends Youth at 6:45 p. m. nor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Enyeart, Pastor Evening Worship at 7:30 COAT- Ben Fedde. Earl Sllsby, S. S. Supt. Prayer Meeting Wednesday AND. DRE88 Mr, & Mrs. Gordon Grimes ___ ...takes the were late Sunday afternoon Morning Worship 9:45 a.m. at 7:30 P.M. MANKATOcHuRcHCHRISTIAN 'callers of Harry Colson and Sunday School .. 10:45 a.m. FORMOSa COMMUNrrY Michael Hines, Pastel A-line tO a bright Ella |nd and 4th Sunday Evenings: CHURCH happening In Mr. and Mrs. Rolla DietzYouth Fellowship ,. 6:30 P.M. Paul Temple, Minister Sunday: navy/white novelty were Thursday dinner guests ----- Bible ~chool .... 10:00 I~m. knit for the coat . at the Dean Leonard home. BURR O TIAN Summer Sched, le YouthWrshiPHourHUr ..... .. lh006:00 p.m.a'm. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Diets CHURCH . Sunday School . .. 9:45 s.m. Bible Study ...... 7:30 p.m. and red knit crepe and boys were Sunday visitors Richard K. Brook~minls~r Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. for the dress, at the Rolla Dietz home. Lynn ,.a_ Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Gleaners, 2nd and Misses' 12-18; spent last week working at Sund School ... 9:3~aJn. Evening Service .. 7:30 p.m. 4th Tuesdays .. 2:00 p.m, Council Grove, Karts. Morn] tjWorship 10:3U'a.m. Prayer Meeting Primary Endeavor, Teen 10-16; Ionia Garden Club met Tues- Jr. - Hi Yo~l~ ... 6:30 p.m. and Bible Study Wednesday ....4:00 p.m. Pre-TeenS-14. ?5{t. day at the home of Mrs. At*- Jet Cadets, (Wed.) .......7:30 p.m.Jet Cadets, Cam, US. nold Colson with eight mem- . Saturday ..... 10:00 a.m. Wednesday .... 4:00 p.m. COVER: bars present. Phone JU 7-2293 Judy Ahlvers, student in HARMON~METHODIST CATHOLIC CHURCH 8670: COAT-AND- llk Ik Marymount School of Nursing. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH MANKATO ORE88 QUICKIE. enjoyed a few days extra va- CHURCH Rev. Dean E. Rose Mass Schedul~ Newly tent-shaped 12 cation from Thursday untilW.D. Buckley, Pastor 8:30 a.m. Worship Service Sundays ........ 8:00 a.m. with orang-y red PERFECT Sunday of last week. ~ 9:45 a.m. Church School coat topping a 81ZE8 We extend our sympathy to Sunday School .. 10:00 a.m. lh00 a.m. Worship Service ~ANOELICAL the Arthur Lichty family. Mr. Worship Service 11:00 a.r. Clyde Reed, Su t. LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor $ones. No wav newsy navy/white and Mrs. Lichty were long W. Y ......... 7:00 p,m, - 8 p.m. Wednesd Elvle Konovelsky, OqlsnlM striped dress to time 4-H leaders and active in ~vening Service , 7:30 p.m take you brightly , other community and school Prayer Meeting, Worship Service . 8:45 a.m. affairs. Wednesday . .. 7:30 pm, Sunday School ... 9:45 a.m. into Spr[nQ. Congratulations to Mrs. Misses' 10-18.7. Boyd on her latest honor of SPONSORED BY THE e,~,m, receiving the William Allen White award. When one is 90 years young and can remain FOLLOWING MANKATO BUSINESS FIRMS as active as Mrs. Bard is and has been is one of Life's Rich eat Blessings, V~'augh 011 & Gas Co., Inc. Mankato Sales Co, JeweU County Record --"- JeweIl County Co-op Oil and Lehrllng Chevrolet Mid-West Lumber CO. Propane Co. R-K Shopper, InC. Welot . r Abstract and Title CARD OF THANKS The First National Bank Betty's, Studio Raymond and Eddie, Barbers Kramer Furniture Manhato F. U. Co-op I want to thank all who sent Ha]stead's Shoe StoreMankato Greenhouse Mankato Feed & Seed me such nice holiday and McCarthy Hardwa Manhato Laundry Trucking Servlce birthday cards. Also the nice NeweU Implanmnt Co. The Ranch Bowl $-J Oil CO. & Car Wtl . and | N C e treats from the 3rd and ~th Helen's Beauty Shop 36.66 Service Roy's Walli r Coffman S lair sarvl grades catechism class of & Gifts L &-~ F..l~ Bbgaart's trlc Fr~/IU~ C~O '" Sacred Heart Parish, The State gx lum Bank Buffalo Ro h Steak House