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ETY arld CLUBS, ram must be in by noon Monday) CALENDAR Paul Temple announce of their Ruth, to Freeman, son of Rex Freeman Kansas. is a senior in School, and Mr. a student at Kan- Manhat- date has been Club Meets Club met 16, at the Le-; With Miss Edna There were present. Mrs.' Sr. gave the Relationship Insects to Plant "It's For The l S. Vance Cagley to the library of Grace Black. served refresh- meeting will With Mrs. Harry Thursday, Feb. 23- The Modern Minerva Club T & E Club - Mrs. Raymond entertained with the annual Nichols Music Talent Tea Thursday, Priscilla Club - Mrs. George Feb. 16, at the Harmony Me- Teeple thodist Church. Mrs. Keith Kensington Club - Mrs. Edith Halstead, music chairman, Ost was in charge of the fine mus- Kiltie Club - Mrs. Bradley Judy Saturday, Feb. 25 - Friday P. M, Club - Mrs. Curtis Folsom Monday, Feb. 27 - HaplSy Dozen Club - Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dietz Tuesday, Feb. 28 - P.E.O. - Luncheon, 1:00 P.M., Mrs. I. L. Lutz V.F.W. Auxiliary Gleaners O.E.S. Wednesday, March 1 - W.S.C.S. W.S.W.S, C.D.A. A.L.C.W. Trump It Club - Mrs. D. K. Balch Marl Octo Club - Mrs. Buck Roberts Thursdav, March 2 - Bide-A-Wee Club - Vesta McCammon Royal Neighbors Busy Bee Club - Mrs. George Huntington Thurs. Eve. Bridge Club - Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr. ical program which follows: Sheryl Rose, piano solo, "The Music Box". Carol Ozmun, vocal solo, "The Lamb", accompanied by Jeannette Grout. Barbara Roe, flute solo, "Scherzina", accompanied by Mrs. Lauren Roe. Cynthia Halstead, vocal solo, "Dream Valley". 1 Diane Rourke, piano see, "Ballade in D Minor". Triple Trio, vocal group, "Hi Lily, Hi Lo" and "My Heart is Offered Still to You", Carol Ozmun, Nela Huntsinger, Cin- dy Halstead, Ann Donahue, Renee Silsby, Bonita Essling- er, Elaine Kale. " Roberta Meyer, piano sol0, Wednesday evening, Feb. 15. Mrs. Clarence Loomis and Mrs. Buck Roberts received the prizes. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be March 1 with Mrs. Roberts. "Ballade in D Minor". David Mendenhall, vocal solo, "Black is the Color", ac- companied by Jeannette Grout. Bonita Esslinger, clarinet solo, "La Cinouantaine". ac- companied by Calista Ryan. Girls Trio, vocal, "Sounds of Silence", Cynthia Halstead Linda Louder, Renee Silsby, accompanied by Carol Ozmun. Athena Club of Formosa is sponsoring Diane Rourke and Carol Ozmun in the Federated Auditions at Hays on March 11, Cynthia Halstead, Roberta Meyer and David Mendenhalt are being sponsored by the Modern Minerva Club. Out of town guests were Mrs. Gerald James, Mrs. Bill Thomas and Mrs. Norman Dahl of Formosa, members of the Athena Club, and Mrs~ Lester Beeler of Jewell. Also invited were members of the Valentine Bridge Party Mrs. Ralph Waugh, Mrs. Frank Kissiuger and Mrs. F, W. Boyd, Jr. entertained with a Va!entin~ dessert bridge at the Buffalo Roam Wednesday evening, Feb, 15, The Saint be a salad luncheon at the V.F.W. Auxiliary 78~0 m Left to right: Mrs. John Jones, Linda Louder, Diane Rourke, Roberta Meyer, Carole Ozmun, Bar- bara Roe, David Mendenhall, Sheryl Rose, Cindy Halstead, Jeannette Grout, and Dorothy Lib- ben. The Jewell Co. Memorial Auxiliary 7830 met at the V.F.W. Hall on Jan. I0 with President Lena Berry presid- :Ing. The president conducted the business meeting accord- ing to the Ritual and Ethel l Hanson acted as Chaplain. The president received a thank you note from the Dis- trict President for being first in membership in the district. Virginia Rightmeier gave a re- port on the Girl Scout Nut Sale and the Girl Scout Fund Drive. It was voted to give $10.00 to the Drive. Several members bought from the Girl Scouts. Virginia Rightmeier as the Bloodmobile Chairman gave a report on the Bloodmobile held at the Mankato Armory Jan. 5, 1967. Post 7830 and Auxil- iary are sponsors of this pro. ject. Several members were able to donate and several helped work throughout the day. Bus Boyd took several pictures. The quota was 72 and 101 pints of blood were donat- ed. the American Legion Aux- iliary worked in the Canteen. We th~nk all those who made this a success. For Americanism, the es- says, Hold High the Torch for Peace, Unity and Service, were taken to the Mankato High School for class presen- tation. Two birthday cards' and dollars were sent to the children at the National Home. The Cancer Insurance was Valentine's Day theme was home of Mrs. I. L. Lutz at carried out in the table decor- 1:00 p.m,, Feb. 28. Bridge Club ations and refreshments serv- ""- ed. The center pieces were Desire Tobey Sears Hills entertained arrangements of red carna- Chapter N.S.D.A.R. Evening Bridge tiols and white mums in milk ___ tessert oridge at glass bowls on red lace paper Desire Tobey Sears Chapter ), 16. Mrs. Frank hearts, which were later pre- N.S.D.A.R. met for a luncheon a guest. The sented to the high score win- at the Buffalo Roam on Feb. .~ won by Mrs. ners at each tab!e. The follow- 13, 1967. Hostesses were Mrs. Sr. and Ray ing received prizes: Mrs. M. F. R. Fair, Mrs. Charles Ra- next meeting will M. Mavse, Mrs. F. R. Fair, mey, and Mrs. Marvin Walk- dish dinner Mar. Mrs. Bud Hills, Mrs. D. K. or. After prayer by ,Mrs. He- Mrs. Grout, Batch, Mrs. Carl McElroy, ward Edwards, the meeting Mrs. George Putt, Mrs. Frank was opened in regular form Boyd, Sr.and Mrs.J. R. with Flag Salute, American's White. Creed, Regent's Salutation and Hale was honor- Response. Mrs. Patrick Raffer- rty on her 78thl Chapter CN, P,E.O. ty gave the Presiden' Gener- ---- al's Message. The minutes Sday, Feb. 14,! Chapter CN of theP,E,O. were read and approved. Next of ladies from i Sisterhood met Tuesday, Feb. meeting will be recognition of Called, bringing i 14, at the home of Miss Helen the D.A.R. Good Citizens. Mrs, and gifts. Ear- Stafford. The president, Mrs. F. R. Fair introduced Mr. Ro- a beautiful ar- Gerald Kier, read the annual bert G. Heidrick of Beloit who Qf red and white letter to the state president reviewed "Those Who Love" RI: ~s had been de ~r, ordered by her telling of the activities of the by Irving Stone, a novel ot ~a~ine Schmitt, of past year. I, etters from the Abigail and John Adams, To all', Shb also re-following non-resident mere- give the atmosphere of the Or(us cards, calls hers were read, Mrs. V. Davis period, Mr. Heldrlck passed )to other members of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Grace out verbena scented handker- Manuel of Beatrice, Nebr., chiefs. The book presents a Y and friends. Mrs, Maurice Horrell of Em- splendid view of the Revolu- ~lu'~Ent poria,,Kans., and Mrs. Glenn tionary period and the building ertalned Green of Deer Trail. Co~o. A of a new nation. It also is a : ~o'~ is entertain- letter from Mrs. J. C. LeBow; warm story of the love and abets of the Marl who is spending the winter in lives, of the Adams. Mr. Held- Port Richey, Florida, was al- rick s review was very inter- :Club at her home so The next meeting will esting and concise. His easy presentation is most agreeable to his listeners. This book has a special interest for the mem- bers of the D.A.R. Left to right: Carole Ozmun, Nela HtmtMager, Cindy Halstead, Renee Silsby, Bonita E s!inger, and Elaine Kale. Junior Clio Club, mothers of the students performing, their music instructors, Miss Doro- thy Libben and Mrs. John Jones, and other friends of the club members. Following the program re- freshments were served in Fellowship Hall. The tea table was laid with a white linen cloth and centered with red candles in a silver candela- bruin, red carnations and pint daisies on lace paper hearts. Mrs. Lowell Yasmer poured. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. E. M. Tyler and Mrs. Dean Rose and the re- freshment committee, Mrs. Thomas Lehrling, Mrs. E. C. Johnson and' Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. The next meeting will be March 16 at the home of Mrs. Lehrling. Left to right: Mrs. E. C. Johnson, Mrs. Keith Halstead, Mrs. Dean Rose, Mrs. Tom Lehrling, Mrs. E. M. Tyler, Mrs. F. W. lloyd, Jr., and Mrs. Lowell Yasmer. sent in and other business'~a~k- en care of. Meeting adjourn- ed. The Jewell Co. Memorial Auxiliary 7830 met at the V.F.W. Hall at-eight o'clock Feb. 14, 1967. President Lena Berry presided at a Round Table Business Meeting. Min- utes of the last meeting were read and approved. Two birth- day cakes, a suit of clothes, neckties, and 4 dozen maga- zines were taken to the Court ty Home. One get well card was sent. The Auxiliary will have a Food and Bake Sale on Feb. 24 at the V.F.W. Hall to raise money for the "Doll. ar Grows" for cancer. The dollar was given by our Dis- trict President. The American t~egiOn Auxiliary is sponsoring Heart Drive for Mankato this year with the help of the V.F.W. Auxiliary. Betty Mc- Atee is the chairman with Ruby Kale as co-chairman. Several ladies met at Mrs. Kale's house on Feb. I0 to stuff envelopes. Both auxil- iaries will solicit the business section and the Kayettes will solicit the residential area on Heart Sunday, Feb. 26. A do- nation was made to the Heart Fund. Several members have at- tended meetings and the din- ner regarding the hospital pro-. Take a Damam, sprat noupe or eonve ble. Ject. Virginia Rlghtmeier is a co-chairman on the Hospital Drive. The Post and Auxiliary will solicit their own members to help furnish a single hospi- tal room which will cost $750. The response so far has been favorable. Due to a meeting at the V.F.W. Hall next meet- ing, we will meet at Ethel Hanson's house on March 14 at 7:30 p.m. --Reporter. A. k. C. W. The A.L:C.W. met at the Lutheran Church parlors Wed- nesday, Feb. 1st, with Mrs. Marilyn Eaton as hostess. Mrs. Martha Severson was the program leader. The next meeting will be Wednesday, March 1st, with l~rs. Al,~tha Loomis as hostess and Mrs. Ruth McDill as program lead- or. Webber Homemakers E.H.U. Webber Homemakers E.H.U. met for their February meet- ing with Mrs. Jess Fuller. Meeting was called to order by president, Mrs. Leslie Jensby. Roll call was answer- ed with miscellaneous topics of interest by nine members and three visitors. Visitors were Mrs. Delbert Fuller. Mrs. Jess Wilson Of Webber and former president, Mrs. Rueben Johnson, Courtland. Mrs. Fuller and Mrs. Wilson became new members. Cor- respondence was read from the Heart Fund, acknowledg ing me:icy and memorials sent by the Webber Homemakers. Mrs. Harold Bothwell gave a very interesting lesson on fab- rics. Information on finishes. use, care, kind of fabric and need of knowing labels of what we buy. Next meeting will be March 14 at the home of Mrs. Myron Intermill with Avis Ross giving the advisory program. --.Mrs. Harry Webber, P.R.C. Whltemound Builders 4-H Club The Whitemound Builders 4-H Club was called to order by the president, Joy Kindler, at the Community Center on Feb. 8. Roll call was a current event. Earl Silsby announced the rating of the three boys, Mike Beam, Gary Shipley and Lyle Shipley, who judged at the Swine Judging School in "Smith Center on Feb. 4. Gary Shipley gave a report about this new experience. Plans were made to enter a Model Meeting on 4-H Day in Man- kato on Feb. 18. Due to thei absence of Mike Beam, Doug-I las Dietz led the singing. In J Jay's [Sroject talk, she gave] I It d JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, February 23. 196~ Page 3 - Section I - - ii , ,,,, , ,, i THANK YOU We wish to thank the Man- kate Fire Department, Chas, E. Soash and Frederick Schaf- "for for their help with the fire in our clover field. --Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Blaylock. w. P,. ,'rhp- w,.,SOl 308 S. Center MANKATO, KS. Ph. FR 8-3298 STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: OloominS, ton, IIItnOll 69-11) poiqters and ifints on showing and keeping your animals at the Fair. Following this was Music Appreciation on "Home' Sweet Home". by Pamela Kemper. Cheryl Underwood's health talk stressed protecting your family from accidents In the home. Ruth Blattner gave us tips on Parliamentary practices and procedures. Deb- bte Kemper led us in a lively ~ame. For the hostesses' part of the program, Lorl and Con- nie l{ussell sang a vocal duet, "I'm An Old Cow Hand", ac- companied on the piano by. their mother, Mrs. Russell. Silsbys and Russells served cookies and keel-aid. Douglas Dietz, Reporter. Make It a Rally Bpmt with hideaway headlight& prompt and courteous at- When you come here for a loan what your "degree". p o/xo "0"7"i " sutural:9 "7 lanu"s UP TO SIS,000.00 BY F.D.I.C, Investigation will show that Wagner's is a reliable source for accurately tom. pounded prescriptions. 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