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75; No. 37 Thursday, February 24, 1966 IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNT Y, WE'RE BAND CONCERT MARCH 4 [C0UI~ S0E I!! :~:: !iiDHIA A ) V~h ankat--;--in rume ta' C,ydo ial woa- -, Last music departme, t w,ll present IFflN iTRVATIflN ther observer, reports a high *1 their annual Winter Concert in ] vtava LlXaJtZVtatemp ature for the week of eeuna f'~ the high school gym on Friday IlIHD~II~Ii/~Pl~II * 52 on Thursaay, ~'eb 17. *1 .ao the low temperature was 5~ * " i ames evening, March 4, at 7:30 Num,/llllrOlllIIAllOR I I Frtdnu bers will be performed by the I": on weanesuay, feb. 16. We :::i ",~-J" : ~ Junior Band, Senior Band and Boy Scout Troop 36 of Man- badges to the following boys: l By Clyde C. Reed I * received a trace of snow on "1 " : 61manKat aereatea i:st;"t Jonnin s Dance Band. Tickets' are now on kato held a Court of Honor as a Dorian Meyer, Jerry Campbell & ] ~ ]* Tuesday, Feb. 22. "1 The Annual M eetin~ of :t 8 ltO r rlaay nt gn m ona sale from any band member at part of the Cub Scout Blue and Steven Kale [ Most farmers planting native[* ---------------- *[Jewell-Smith County D I&'w keornon vaney Leag e ga e the advance sale price of: Gold Banquet held Thursday Boy Scout S rvice pins were/grass seed got their seed froml1966 NEW FARM APPLI- Ibe held Friday Feb. ,ocat court, aaturaay,night7 ~flmtS,Prlces ataUC;the dooranU will~tuflents'b~ 75cZaC'for night, Feb. 17th. Howard Bus- awarded to the following Boy[the Soil Conservation District onICATIONS FOR FEED GRAIN ]Armory at Ma~kato" -v' ""' nKato oeteatea Leoanon 0 to - " / e I . . I 1 be serv sell, Scoutmaster of Troop 198 Scouts and Scouters indicating Monday Some farmers were not -------- A free lunch wil ; ' on.the local, cour', t.= adults, 50c for high school stud- of aewell, represented the contmuous Service to the Boy[able to get seed that day. Se d March 1, 1966, is the deadhnelnoon by the members from .! rriaay night the St. donns ~ ~=~ a~ school Piconda District and the Coro- Scouting organization: Dorian|will be available at a later dateI for filing an application for al ell county 7--" 7 ~|l~I~,~ d t*,-*~- rl l~/I 1.~,t- 0"7 ~lltb, O.llLt .~O~- IUt ~lauc o. nado Area Council and presented Meyer, 10 yrs.; Steve Kale and|for those not able to come Moo-I New Feed Grain Base on a farm[ The Dro' ram for th~ Ui26. The Mankato "B" team Evan-eli~ the Charters for Pack 36 and Ronnle Fraass, 9 yrs.; Alton|day. [ " " o . be as follows " that does not have a base n w kstt0 to St. John's in overtime 65 ~, M-rch 3 lroop 36 of Mankato to Rex Kale and Paul Roberts, 8 yrs[ Native grass seed is usuallYlofThe . perat r should derive 50% I 10"00. a.m.-12:00" --- ~d~il ~. lne lvtanKato, ,~ team ~ Seirer, President of the Mankato Jerry Campbell, Daniel Itunter /planted from January to May 1. his income from farming up-[Meeting i / . I 12.00 noon --- Free ~a~ from Lebanon B 59 to 58 An Evangelistic Mission will Lions Club lhe Lions Club ~s Richard Soash, Robert Meyer & Later plantings are not usually erations, and does not have an' . " mraay nigth, be held at the Ionia Evangelical the sponsoring institution of the Walter Campbeil 6 yrs.; Steve las successful. However, planting! interest in another farm w;ith a l 1"00-3"00 p m -- "i:-n,~' ,Masks.to .will play Almena in United Brethren Church from Scouting activities in Mankato. Rose 4 yrs.; .Fred Rose, WayneI anytime up to May 1 has result- feed grain base. The application [ Your lJairv "Busin~,~e"~~ ,"% me. Dlstrmt Tournament at Sunday, Feb. 27, to Thursday, Alton Kale, Chairman of the Blaylock and D ,n White 3 vrs.;i ed in generally good stands, form is available at the Je~ell[Cow". ~a" r~or'o,"~'~-~.-.~. ~th Center Wedn~day, Feo. March 3. Services each evening troop committee, was in charge Adrian' Meyer, Cary Hilt~,en,[ Milo stubble makes good cov-I ASCS County Office iDair,Soe~ial]s~.-~, ~r.~ at 5:30 p. m. coach Don at 7-30 Everyone welcome. Clar- of the Scout investure service at Arden Mendenhall, Leon }toh, i er for naUve grass. The ground I aewell Count, h---. With a recordmiSkim n's CougarSof8 winsPlaCedand 43rd sioner." "2 -her from the Derby E ? ddCege d }a;mpne sH? l t ] !!li i hree eeY 2!: e:; i ' ,at n tithe Solomon Valley League U B. Church is the guest mis- ~it? ReSe ?~rff~Tw,de Tax Lev,es u--eats. Glasco won the league ceived, the seconci class, badge&. At the close of the service, Jweeds. . I tax he following table gives the moth, Jewell', Ra,m an iotwh 12 wins and nn d featnSe MEDICARE MEETING Danml Hunter recewed the flrstlWayne Blaylock and Walter J.[ Farmers who may be going/ lewes m 1963, 1964, & 19651Mankato. and Lo, t ns pmcea seco a w class award. Jerry Campbell,! Campbell were called to the linto the Cropland Adjustment] for ffewell and surrounding[anon. ' "" ":'" V! ories and three defeats. According to the County Ex- acting senior patrol leader, es-front of the Bm.quet Hall andl Program may plant native grass[ counties:,[ Even though you dnnrth i corted the parents of each of Rev Dean Rose the Toastmas- on the land. To date there is no County 1963 1964 1965 th, nut " ~J ne pox scores: ten-ion ana FHA offices a meet- I I I ~ to 1. ' . ,Kato A no; st. aortas uu " ' re" the boys receiving badges of ter of the Blue and Gold Ban-f final mgn-up date for the pro-I aewell 5o 672555'612555159 l encoura,ed to Mankato A 63 mg to expmm "~vieutt:a,' " r. " ~. ~ ~ a~o.u m~ m~ Waldron 5 3 213 (health Insurance for people 65 rank to the investure table and ouet, presented them each a Cub gram. Payments for planting Smith 58.0871 '61.472239.0365 ling Kitts 6 6 2 18 or older), will be held in the mothersof each bey were Scout Plaque on which was stat- grass are also available under Republic I ~'~ Cie~, "~ Courthouse meeting room March awardedminiaturebadges of ed "IN GRATEFUL RECOG-[ACP or Great Plains. I 58.3939 59.2619 58.3119~RF.g~mT~ n~ .W~'~t~x ~,~ 1 U Z, z L~ ,~ ,~, ~ w ,~ ~ ~, ~ank of their sons. NITION OF S.~RVICES REN- Tree plantmg time will soon Cloud 59.902760.2285 59.8619 [W n A M 23 2 at 7:30 p.m. ttourKe u o z Paul Roberts awarded merit DERED TO CUB SCOUTING." be here. It will pay to plant a Osborne [ ,r~,~ J Grout 3 O 0 6 t'ersonnei from me ~mtrlct Ozrn " 1 2 1 Social Security office in Salina ' ~ windbreak Cedar trees and de-I 55.966759.6930 53.43521n ~earns us 024 15 1O 63will present the information [cidious trees are available The Mitchell ~ 1 r. 1 ~. / . l*:ancn tiOWl ~otats,-- All people interested are en- Blue and Gold Banquet bear, gold and silver arrow; 21Soil Conservation District will a .0569 53.8999 50.029612 Jerrv'~ ~t~,a~ ~ : mkato B 65; St John s B year star, Roy Wakefield, bear, have trees Also the County These are average countywidel 3" MaL~'-~'7''~:'2''~[~ ~i~ (Overtime) " couragea to atteno . ato ureen blankato B 65 n e 20 FATHER WERTH HAS BEEN The Blue and old Banquet of gold and 2 silver arrows, 2 year Agent can order trees for farm-I tax levms and show the averageI 4 l.unoron 'hnw~,1,~, Cub Scout Pack 36 was Feb. l~tar, Dennis Kennedy, bear,I ers. Trees from either place will[ county wide tax levy in Jewelt] " - "'~'-~'Da'~,'k'~'~'"~ ~M. Grout 6 points; La g ; Ta~,~UR~:n T~ 17 in the community building, lgold and silver arrow; 2 year[qualify for payment County has been lower than the1 W Loucier~'7" "" U . **~,~,~- ",er-l~ Ed~ueF : .~[o!s0nlS, J. Rourke 8, Wilson WASHINGTON, KANSAS Yhere was a good turn out & theI star, Harlan Noble, bear,goldl Waterways that were not levies in most of the surrounding 9 1~' R~ 14 ~,h~, De n ' v-- ~,- ~ -, xu. rreem an o. basement was full. Rev. a and silver arrow; 3 year star, seeded last fall could be planted counties, enboer : blankato Freshmen 26; St e--~Wer'-h re Rose was toastmaster. The open- [ Lawrence Holl, lion, gold and[now. 1 ~ [ 3 J l~, ,:,"~"~,:'" ~ : John' " tamer Loren we m as - s freshmen a~ ing ceremony was a Flag Salute, Sliver arrow; 3 year star, Wade All waterways couldbe fertil- Bob Coffman Buys k~ v :-o, x~ ~- ~; ~rO::r2 P6Ol~aS~inH:l~ 2~D::n o~l~ealdinWa ga:rt~mi?~SehiOp V lglse} " ",~;.c~ singmg" Am.coco' and the Cub Alexander, Lion; 3 year star, l ized now. The extra seed or hay Sinclair Station - i 4. E. ~anuers-a ,~ra~" ~iPeteete"='"a~'4" Crum' 1 ' ferred to Washington, Kansas Scout Promise. I Steven McAtee, gold arrow; 21w111" pay for fertilizer. Any[ ~ I S:--,:L:,~.n ~ : tii - - " -- effective March 2, 1966. For the Jock Murray, chairman of the[year star, Richard Bartholomew,[amount up to 1O0 pounds of ni-I Bob Coffman rmrchased the| 1 N rye;, = m ato ueDanon A pack, gave teh welcome and1 silver arrow; 1 year star, Ricky[ trogen could be applied to good Sinclair Service Station on the [ 2" n" '" Waldrn- 6 2 414 past ay2 years, tamer werm :1 i~:-- ~'" has served the Mankato parish LawrenceHull gave the re-!Blair, 2 silver arrows; 1 year advantage. " hi~hwav this week from LeRov~ 3" F." ~4~f~ """' C~tts ~ 6- ~ '~ and the church at Claudell, Kan sponse, star, Mark Blew, 1 silver arrow, IT'S THE WATER YOU KEEP iMohler" Bob's father-in-law I~ a" .r~" "~:.'~ "7'* ~*',~ egg u u o ",~.~ u~u :, Guests of the pack were Jerryl 1 year star,Marty Rafferty, THAT COUNTS,F Joy, of Hiawatha Kansas will ~- ~'.^-*- M ~ t~o a ~ a la At Washington, Kansas, Father -,~ .~v~ tn ",:.""'."" ~ X 2, ;~ Werth will serve both the Wash- Harder, Mrs Fred Ahlman;lsilver arrow;1 year star, Wes ~. [ operate the station Bob is thelStrat~h : ":: :: ~ urou[ o ~ ~ :~ ington & Morrowville churches. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. HoardiiAlexander, 2 .silver ar[ows; 1 W. M. Green Suffers Stroke; [ Rock Island depot agent in Man-t F. Stroup :. zmun ,iz xu . . " [ p' " [ "11 n' ue in that lHandicap. ' Tnto~, o~ ~a~a 70 This ts a. promotion for Father Martm Neeper, Roger, ~vir and year star, Kevh Hamilton, z Is Hos Ral Patmnt kato and Wl co tin M --" - Werth. He will have a larger Mrs. Rightmeier. Other guests silver arrows; 1 year star, Dar-: icapacity Roy will continue tot 10 F'',o -to am UB o ;,9 t.e an parish to serve, were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Seirer [rel Beougher; gold and silver ar- W M. Green suffered a stroke operate the tank wagon and bulk l 2" B" Jur~ker '" ', ^, Father James Hoover of Beloit and Mamie Boyd. I row; 1 year star, Ricky HancocK, at home Friday morning and plant. [ 3" b/" Hajny "'[" ,- uzmun, zi pouts; w; tJrout z; wm repmce rather Werth He Cakes were won by Wadelgold and 5 silver arrows; Scott has been a oatient at the Com- ~ I A" 1~" trnur " e 1~; ~OlSOn 7; d KOUrKe z; - ~ t-,- tt,-age::,~.- " " - has been the assistant at Beloit Alexander, JocK Murray and INeflson, wolf i munity Hospital, Beloit, sinCe l Mr, and Mrs Alvah Menhusenl Hi i~ lt~;;~ --l on 'h m freeman ; " for seveial years and this will Chefll Kennedy ] Den mother pins were present- I that time. The stroke came wer~ m~ests nf Mr and Mr~ [~,~ n~, ~" ":" '<' The Den Chiefs helped m the] ed to Ella Rue Raffetry, Jea shortly after reakfa t s h u ~E L'. S- 2";'; 2" ;7 YUY'I ;" .'" """'' b s, a e OUIlII IVII IIIIU ell UI dl Well at [ilet I11~! ~ "" "~-- ~ Peu-h be h/s first parish. He comes to " " n - : ~' * rar 'saraana auditS" Jtm'lVie spent theg Mankato highly recommended, award ceremonies by tenmglBlew, Jan t~eougner,HuntsiVtamen er was sitting in a rockingchair, pa- ncake dinner at noon Saturaay'" " - !)ralm ~troup ~, ~r " -' . f Father Werth will be missed about the ranks of Cub Scouting.[Wakefield, Lila ~ g,His throat and face are affected, a't the V F W Hall in Jewell,"' ": ,oeer[ena visiting at the. some o by his many friends m this area. Bob cat was b3 Cary Hiltgen; I. Manene Nelson t~etty, M.Atee, making it, difficult for him to ~ I Heart-- runs- - mr and Mrs R R Miller They x If': -- ;: .~. In addition to doing an e cellent "Wolf rank was hy Danny|Mary. Jean Blac,~wood, and swallow "Guests for a p-'ot luck dinner ------ f ,t monaay mr .uoage . lty job of taking care of his church Hunter; Bear rank was.by FredlD ls KennedY. . . Mr. and Mrs. Green s daugh- Monday at the home of Gall[ Betty McAtee, ehai a visit at the some or duties, Father Werth has been Rose; Lion rank was Dy Jerryl COUt berwce pmques ter, Mrs. Lee LaPorte of LOS Bliss were l e" sore mltn, i heart runs, reports that: " ana Mrs, Bill' Peugh and. fame, Y active in community affairs. At Campbell and Webelows was by [were presented to Walter Camp- Angeles, Calif arrived here Smith, Media Whitlev~, Lucv~ Me- ~ ,~-- oa,ne~" otauom, M~ ~t Dodge City. Jim, who has present he is serving on the Adrian Meyer,bell and Wayne Blaylock A Boy Tuesda,r and their son and """ '-- " -- - t " . ~,o~tu~ mtu ne~tte rmmpson. [lvlrs. nowara Applel M oeen irt the navy for 2~ years, finance committee of the Corn- 52 awards were receives t)y,~cout t~ourt oI honor was also daughter in-law, Mr ano mrs i xoung ana lvirs, r~rri ilb' Is stationed on the aircraft car- mercial Club. He leaves Mankato 26 Ct~b Scouts: David Warne, lheld by Boy Scout Troop 36. Lawrence Green of Speedway, Mr and Mrs Gerald Kier andicontrlbuted to the rier, Bun Homme Richard. He is with the best wishes of every- bobcat; 2 year star, DuaneHoward Bussell of l~well pre- Ind, are expected here today Susan drov- to'H-"s S-wa *~-- ; ~? ; ' "~ " a y t it(lay rut ~H ltiel~tuty Ol l.~eO |lie ome on leave. Jim plans to fly one. Washington is gaining an Beougher, bear, gold arrow and sented the Pack Charter to Mrs Green has been with her,vi if ,x, ith thoir rt ht rl }o St. Louis, Mo. for a visit at outstanding citizen, silver arrow; 2 year star, Billy Wayne Blaylock, institutional husband each day at the hos- son' 'in.'la'w'-Mr 'an d"- 'rs J'i'm Adol- me home of Mr. and Mrs. John ~ Blackwood bear, gold and silver representative of Lions Club and!pital, driving down early each Powell who are livino in the Worth*-Tox ' ""T ~Jzea and family. Mrs. Elzea is Savings Bonds Interest Increase arrow; 2 year star, ~John Hunt- i then he presented the charter to morning and returning home late student ho-,~in- ,nit~ ~' ~ ~h~ ,i~ ';~.~ ~--~,', for:aer Cogie Peugh. John ~ isnger, bear, gold and silver ar- Rex Seirer, p.esident or toe at night. Her daughter joinea laer camrms of Fort Havs State Col- riel Neieschch],~h' :a civil service job. Cogie, All E and Series H row; 2 year star, Danny Lions Club. Rev. Dean Rose read Tuesday, and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. le ,e'- Their address in NO 14 W rrow " " - . o v-- -o ho Has three children, is taking United States Savings Bonds Kennedy, gold and silver a ;~ A Creed by Edgar A. Guest. Green of Courtland and Ell:loft L~wls Field Jim has an atheltic lough, before rec~ olle.~e work in night school, now earn at the rate of 4 15% " assignme . Miss ~el hasa Texaco Service StationI if held to maturity following a of Hastir~, Nob m Denver, * rate increase announced on Feb. financee,spent 2 year star, Dawd McCammon, n hav al Green of Ma kato e so scholarship and will be going assignment. Miss been frequent visitors at the hos out r . "' - fo spring football practice of Hastings, Nel 16 by President Lyndon B. John- Mr. and Mrs. George Heineke I Burr Oak YWCA PiutaL:t[aPeeCii~hturse is on duty soon. fsiuna~7, :~)e ofGresham, Neb. arrivedSu day[ WYCA pre 'dent, Jacqueline Mr Greenisnot ableto have ~n~ ~~ ~ ~ l~e Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole visit- son, according to Glenn Grout, for a visit at the home of their/Boyles, called meeting to order visits" from friends Jewell .F ed in the Etta Foster home last Friday afternoon. Jewellchairman.County Savings Bonds daughter a dllsSO : :la 'aveMr:u lbyr eve yon?herrepeatmg .'.'fOUe County Republican, Feb. 17. P 2cZTa?e;'of rt'gw?t a Mr. and Mrs ii'i Mr. Grout said that the new mrs. uua . y j [ eea oge Lorene oaf ~ ~ Episcopal Church service in who moved here l ~t returnea from a trip to L.allror-[gave me aevouons iot/oweo Dy ~r -nd M na n ^rdi ' Mrs. Olive Miller of CaldweI1, rate provision effects both s- ~.u t.u, ,= o ~ ~wu mtmm* ,~ nm where they visited thmr son,/a pmno number by Dtane Ddlon r their 48th wed' : !daho and Hazel Korb from Burr Series E and Series H Savings sen t e eu - ~- yt etuea in mer At I Oak called on Etta Foster on Bonds. He rated as equally im-j Jary nemeKe, ana iamny at r li becretary Alberta uutscner reau : -naa'' in c'i~"~L LUNCH MENU '~ Sunday evening, portant the fact that the new l' emr " -.an a-u s h- " oburn ek of Feb 28 Mar 4 =i i me "" " ident " - " the V!tlng mmr cnnuren, t e ~. we . - . two aaugnters, L )r( r t rate applies to the more than! ~ ./ et.lng vres .appolnteo Henningsen family of Beloit and ------ in the first grade Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wright & $49 billion in Series E andi anti wrs loert Larsen nommaung committee, woo are "- '-av Chili " raekers . "; ', I- ~ / tne Nooert ~st iamliy, to n e lvionuay. ~t ~ ~, " Jmlanna In Kill{it rgal Kelli of Oberlin spent the Series H Savings Bonds owned lJamest wn anu mr. aria mrs.n uoromy rearing, t)oromy saw- {ironer" at me t uHam xoam. Fol- r'rui'L, Cinnamon Rolls, Celery, employeo oy to" ' (di=" 1 Weekend here with relatives, by Americans since the new rate Steve Arnoldy were luncheon[ kms, Faye Decker Lonnle Dlehl he afternoon ~'ilk k "" applies to current holdings as gu:::s & Mrrist Mrs la e th] dt EtvtarR a /mO effgWeStteciddoed r:2ng;:2t Henn ng a .n *'Tuesday: Turkey and Dre s- an lu flunkies ' g;l'Yoi2s/O ) Brownie News well as to new Bonds. " ' [" " - Y " ,' " *o farm, where 27 years o ing, Gravy,Mashed Potatoes, Mr. Kauer was Effective day for the increase tars to sena a -xeen gin t,time was spent. A tour was en- .Lime Jello, Rolls, Jelly, Milk, land, so he knows in rate was fixed at DecemberMr an{i Mrs. Jonn McNaDD cam this summer ivlemDers, [. ~ . Feb. 21, Tro--oop 26 heard the " P " . ,joyed of the new home being Butter. about the kind of Julietto World Friendship l, 1965 by the President's an- and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ellerslgwe your money to Bernice r ,~. ~ert Boilers nres- Wednesda," Meat Balls and ~; Story A collection was taken for nouncement. All Bonds, both werit to.the Concordla hospital[ Harris as soon as possible. n['ow nerso}the farm. Theday Macaroni, Cgamed Peas, Prune i the- rorld Friendship Fund. The Series Eand Series H, purchased to see !VLrS, .eaul Lange, woo is|. l atnerine t yers, program was finished off with a complete Cake, Rolls Milk, Apple Butter. Mr and Mrs J Make Believe Birthday Queen 'since Decem, ber 1 are considered recovermg nicely from a gan-lmaaer for the evening, introauc- harry in the evenin at Thursday Chicken and Nood- k';,n~.~ "e~' stone operation, ed Mr and Mrs Warren Inskeep o,--v v -~ o ~" ~ .'t v~, Was Mary Ann Blair. Egg shells "new Bonds ! " the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert les, Mashed Potatoes, Frmt Sal- end wsmng at the Were colored fo/ our egg shell -- .'-'S-S~----'S~ [or ua, wKer ~ltyLwno gave a, spe-Ost and sons Those present;ad, Rolls, Celery, Mi~k, Butter son, John, and famii garden A get well card was sent Emporia, Kansas, Feb. 12, wr. aria Mrs. rmgar wngnt l cial ureat nou Art and! wr w,)) rl Mi oa ,' to our leader, Mrs. Hamilton, 1966 - Michael Dillon, son of ana lxenl, or Dernn. spent reel snowea, him ot nauana where. o D. Noller, Mr Salad, Baked . Or- weekend in the Roy Eflers home Mr Inskee s ent the Holidays , Who is in the hospital. Mrs. My- Mrs. Francis W. Frye, Mankato, "[ P P and Mrs Clvde Bosses, Mrs. ange Jello, Milk, Butter spent the weekend orn Hulbert helped with the was pledged on February 1, 1966 ~. Ilast year. Rev. Alsobrooks gav r.alm''-'st~,Mr. and Mrs. Ed -----~- ~ visPint g tour"" son, ~:[ ~eeting. Camilla Meyer serves to the Kansas Epsilon Chapter Mrs. Roy Ellers called on Mrs.]a closing prayer. Refreshments T ,~mi Mr ~nd Mrs Coburn .luli~ Ann Rhea f~mi)v Tho Nl;~.h refreshments, of Sigma Phi Epsilon at Kansas Maggie Wilkins, Monday after-, were served in the Cafeteria. .bY ,~;"~,~"]an'e-Ma"rie.~ ~.~,~ and Vail . -- --- i~'~i~t'~ ~ ~.ba,-;;";,2~me State Teachers College. Sigma noon. Marlone Suchsland and Eumce D and the honored guests. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny I, hea of worth and Norman Hendrix of McPher- Phi Epsilon, the second largest Hughes. Lunch was served by the hostess Superior, Nebr are the proud night. son spent the weekend visiting national fraternity with 162 In Mankato with his mother, chapters, was founded in Rich- Mrs. Mattie Smith, who stays at mond, Virginia in 1901. The Kan- the Wilbeck Rest Home. Nor- sas Epsilon Chapter has been on man, who works at Temco Co. the Teacehrs College campus in McPherson, is married and since February, 1951. they have three children. Nor- raan came to Mankato with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Chilcott trod Mrs. John Sipe: Both John of Wichita were here over the and Nottaan wbrk for the samweekend to attend the funeral of which makes cabs her uncle, F10yd Shively, of combines. Normm and visited at the M. L. in the army and and L N. Chilcott homes. p~ Mr.' Halsey angborn home THE EAST UNION LITERARY CLUB will have a pot luck dinner at 12 o'clock Sunday, March, March 13th at the East Union School House. Everyone Welcome I IIi] I IIllllll Ill COLONIAL CAFETERIA DINNER , FEB, 26, HARMDNY II u~ after an enjoyable time together, parents of a baby girl, Julie Ann, A beautiful potted plant was de- born Feb. 17, 1966. She weighed Joyce Ann ivered to the Henningsen's door 6 lbs 11 o~. She has a 2 year Kansas, made all afternoon by the Man- old sister, Sandra Sue, to wel- semester at kate Greenhouse, a gift from come her home. Grandparents chers College, their daughter, Margie Craig and are Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Rhea Joyce, who is i husband, at Long Beach, Calif. and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sandell Mr. and Mrs. of Mankato. Great grandmothers Burr Oak, is a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hale and are Mrs. Julia Jackson of St. in Art. Valerie of Atwood came Satur- Francis, Karts and Mrs. Clara day to attend the funeral of Sandell of Scandia, Karts. Russell Mrs. Hale's uncle, Floyd Shively, was a of Jewell. They also visited at :rs, Ted Harrison the home of Mrs, Glenn Hale & from Mr. and contracte ;? [ %