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+ and (Items must be in by noon MondaY) CALENDAR Thursday, March | - Bide-A-Wee Club - Vesta McCammon Royal Neighbors Busy Bee Club - Mrs. George Huntington Thurs. Eve. Bridge Club- Mr. and Mrs. GlennL D. Noller, Miss Lela Miss Walker and Mrs. Refreshments were~ following the brldgel games. The next meetin~ wfli March 9 with Mrs. Nollez aining Circle The Lucy Circle met at the Church Friday af- ternoon. Thirteen members answered roll call and took Grout, Sr. part in the lesson. Plans were • made for the Annual Confer- friday, March 3 - ~ ence of the Woman'p Society Mystic Circle Club Llnde Veda r tL'tes3 Betty s Studio, lok --- of i Mrs. Evart Vader b nnounce the engage- daughter," Linda, K• Brook, Burr of Mr. and Mrs. Ro- l~r~ok of Hiawatha, td(r is a 1965 gradu- kate, High School :'entl enrolled at ] lible College, Man- an Jas. )el:, minister of the Church at Burr Oak/ I aduate of Manhat- t College and is cur- olled in graduat Fort Hays Kansas btge at Hays, Kansas. Nat 13th wedding is II Club Thursday !nsington Club met afternoon, Feb. 23, ~rne of Mrs. Edith LI members present. ~ts were served by g, The next meeting arch 9 at the home McBride• ClUb Entertained lelal-- -e Regnier en- the Bridgette Club sert bridge at her day, Feb. 21• Addl- ts were Mrs. Roy rs, George Teeple, L Hills, Mrs. Clff-~ and Mrs. Perry high scores were :rs, Fred Zimmer- Mrs. Jones. The Ig will be March 7 L. Walker, hos- Club Club met with on Feb. 8 with The bus- was called to or- President, Bernice were• made for have a Stanley the proceeds we go for the hospital roll call was an- some outstand- You can remember After the Scarrow enter- some contests won by Gealie Hedges had their respective tables to be- gin the lesson on "196g Pro- gram Planning". The tables outlined were: 1. "Health and Foods"; 2. "Clothing"; 3. "Family Life"; 4. "Home Management and Home Fur- nishing"; to be worked out ac- cording to the situation in Jew- ell County• Due to the funeral of Mr. Art Lichty at 2 o'clock it was moved and carried to work right through the lunch hour to finish our lesson be- fore that time. Mary Frances ordered rood to be delivered from R-K Shop. fix two hair styles• The club party will be held March 18 at 7:30 at the Community Build- ing. Bring sandwiches or des- sert. "The best inheritance we can give our children is a little of our time each day." --Secretary. Menkste Amarlcan legion Auxiliary The Auxiliary of Harry E. Everist Post 115 met Feb. 21 with 14 members present. Al. ice Rafferty-read the chap- of Christian Service at Beloit per consisting of bread, meat, lain's prayer, followed by a Monday, March 6 - on March. 13. The lesson, cheese, lettuce, potato chips moment of silence for our dead Junior Clio Club- Mrs .... Christian and Buddhist", and cookies. She made cohee heroes. The National Anthem Bob Neweil was led by Mrs. Glenn Tyler. to go along with our lunch, was sung by the group and Mankato Garden Club ~ Assisting her were Mmes. Thanks so much, Mary Fran- the Preamble given, The se- Mrs. Vivian Ost John Blaylock, Dale Crangle. ces. We finished outlining the cretary read the minutes of ruesdey, March 7 - Lendell Graham, Glenn Hale, program before 1:30. Next the last meeting and they were American Legion AuxiliaryE. C. Johnson, A. D. Kale, meeting is to be March 13th approved. The president read Bridgette Ctub- Mrs. Ed Rodney McCammon, R. R. at 9:30. Let's have 100 per some communications. Our Walker Miller, Jennie Olson, M. L. cent answer roll call that mor- next .meeting March ?th will Jewell Co. Women's Demo-+Van Meter, Russell Walker, ning. Meeting ad+ourned in be an afternoon meeting and crat Club - Mrs. Gayle and Lucy Wiley. They discov- time to attend Mr. Art Llchty's we will tear carpet rags. The Cristman ered the Buddhist of Japan "funeral. evening was spent sewing car- bVodnesday, March 8 - were great adapters. For al- --Mrs. Edwin Ross, P.R.C. pet rags. Hostesses were Am- Rebekah most a century they have been bar Stafford and Hazel Smith. Thursday, March 9- borrowing from the West, Formoso Athena Jr, + --Reporter. T & E Club - Mrs. O.D. copying everything imagin- Women's Club ------------ Noller able. Many Buddhist were eat- Finesse Club - Mrs. Chet ing meat and were seen on the The Athena Jr. Women's White Rock Hustlers 4-H Moran streets wearing Western style Club met with Barbara Them- F,,hr mrv me_tin, of Kensington Club - Mrs, Lucy business suits The Zen Budd- as Feb 9 Special guests were the te oc " • ' " ' rs --- Whi_ R_k Hustlers was McBride hism prevalent in the Budd- in attendance All membe h~Id nn thp 1.~th st th~ C Kiltie Club - Dessert bridge , • . ........................ hris- hlst s countries and in the were resent The roll call. H.- f,h,,,,,h ,,n ,.,n .n at 7:30 p.m. - Buffalo Unit S P " ............................ " ed tates was studied, was a penny per ?? and went', sw+,roa. ,... ~.h" ..17 ...~.......+,~m~.. ....~,~. Roam - Mrs. F. W. _ The hostesses. Mmes. Rus- to the Penny Art Fund. It "The 4-H Event Best Liked", Boyd, Jr. sell Walker, Mrs. Violet King netted $1.90. The regular bust- q'K m+nl,t u pPo rpsrl and a d Albert Groves served a ness meetin was dismissed the lucky number for the g .' approved. It was reported lunch at the close of the meet- and the rogram was present- ~h=t th,, ˘~t~ tqnst enmmttt~ guess box. The hostess served P " s ............................. ing Due to the absence of ed Our music talent come- would mee a a lovely lunch and we adjourn- " ' r .......... t Jun_ 12. We de- ed to meet with Elsie Zadina Mrs. King and Mrs. Groves: tant, Diane R.ourke, played he cided to give ten dollars to mines. ,.enaeu t ranam and piano solo. Jayne ana Terry the Methodist Church for use on March 8, ' Jennie Olson helped Mrs Bernekin and Jerry James nt tK= h..aln# "Ph,.v~ i~ to tm --Elsie Zadina, Secretary. r " - -• g ...... es al ........................ .... , t#ernemng anu erx o"a skating party on Feb. 27. Friday p nteHaln, .... :__ so pla ed numbs?; L pr : Eddie Runyon and Gayle Kathy Munro Honored ru.s '+, Waugh are to decide what to ---" P- .. . uo on me heart runs urlve. Mrs. Curtis Foisom enter- resented by Mrs ueram ............ rained the members of the Donna Korb. Jessie Hanson James. Don't forget the Marcn We voted, in a new leader, and Friday P,M. Club at her home and Linda Noller were hostess-.meeting" All ..... clubs of the,, com- -~ ....--"=w ..._........,m~h~ .-...bnn .......,wash Saturday, Feb. 25. Guests es to a shower honoring Kathy Imunity are Invltea to a peek The nm~ram was st~rt~l with Munro at the Buffalo Roam Jinto the past ..... tal by Gary Mc- were Miss Wachel I - v--. ....... • I __ , Ma_._ o....or .... G_rry _au._ Mrs• Roy Reager. Mrs. Clyde Steak House The quartet ta- A special meeting was he d ins n h W bles were attractive with pink Tuesday afternoon Feb. zl ac ,.4o Suchsland recelved the high ................. nd i_- - f Connie Dunstan ._ve _n ..act... d....on.._a- . _ lion. Cath Gates ave a score. The hostess served re- .uc cups m rlvoon caskets a me nome o ' y g talk flowers. The gift table wasJThe recular business meeun n ,.K m,,Io freshments. The next me~ftng centered with a plnk net can l,was held Dis us h~ ttnn 1Pro. n~m n~ Cathy Ter . c slon on th ................. "" ..... " will, be March 11 with Mrs. terpiece holding two doves Imeeting in March and all t...~ rill-' gavegra°°Talik"' on ~}entai V~ C. Selrer. with lighted candles on either [plans were made for it. hare. Refreshments were side. 21 persons attended.Ire ular business was flnhhed =:,.,,~,q hv ~m~n~ and Priscilla Club Meets ' g ~+ _ :" : . L . ..... - ........ --'me-- Kathy received many lovely[fpertainlng to the muslc, h tmemnd............... .~nn~ ~1~ m~_mbe__rs ...of th_n The Priscilla Club met and useful gifts• students. Those - n atte_.ed White Rock Hustlers went to Thursday, Feb. 23, at the ------------- tthe Mankato Minerva ~tun. ........... ormm uenter tot me DUroC home of Mrs. George Teepl.e Jewel, County E. H.U. /Guest Day l=ePO, rt~An.tVe;:r 1;~ Swine Judging with six members present. Re- ---- Jterestlng t . g~ ---Cathy Gates, Reporter. freshments were served by th~ The Jewell County E.H U. i the Ma~ch me.tin#, i~ On n hostess• The next and last• Advisory Council met Feb. 13 !House for every one. WaSh Dear Mrs Boyd and Bus, meeting will be held March at 9: 0 with 15 members pre-jfor poster as to time ann Enclos i is my check to re- 23 at the home of Mrs, W. G. sent. The meeting was called Iplace.* ....... n,,w ....... ~uh~ePlntion.._____ f__o _n-a Hills. to order by the president, Mrs. Club Reporter. other year Glenn Kindler. Minutes of the ..... .. Mrs. Boyd, I was pleased to I nJemenaers g n.u. r ou KIIIio Club Enterlelned last meeting were read and • read about the last awe d y+ approved. We had a discussion ....... .-7- ...... "received. It is always a Joy Tne tilgnlanaers ~s r~ u mec vities Mrs. Bradley Judy enter- about giving money to the new ........ ' " ' .. to read about your acti . Z'eD za ac tne uommtmlcy urin talned the members of the Kil- hospltaI through unit members.., .' .......... i Our girls were home d g t#unalng wnn Mrs uelton tlar i at tie Bridge Club at her home Mary Frances Holdren announ- , . . ~.. .. " semester break. Carolyn s - rlson as hostess "/'he meeting where Thursday evening, Feb, 23. ced that the Defensive Safety was opened with' the Club Col- tending San Diego State The high score prizes were Course days are set for March lect and Flag Salute. Nine won by Mrs. Lowell Yasmer and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. The hostess served refreshments following bridge. The next meeting will be a dessert bridge at 7:30 p.m., March 0, at the Buffalo Roam, Mrs. Nichols, T & E Club Hostess 13 and 14. Time in the after- noon is from 1 to 5 o'clock and in the evening from 7 to 11 o'clock at the V.F.W. Hall in Mankato. There was a dis- cussion on Craft Day for this year. The mortgage on the Smurthwaite House was paid except for $500.00 during the Home Ec Days. Mary Frances ask l about those receiving the K.H.D.C. News. She will receive them in her office and send them from there this year. She stated all those re- ceiving the "Farmers Stock- man", January 1967 edition, to look for the new Extension Program published in it. She also stated that there will be a memorial fund started for Mr. Art Lichty to be given to the new hospital. The mem- bers were then designated to Mrs, Raymond Nichols was ostess at the meeting of the T & E Bridge Club at her home Thursday evening. Feb. 23. Miss Edna Walker and Mrs• Sue Green were guests. The prizes were presented to .+., "rNE BOMBS IltU IRSTI/~JO IbJ members and nine children enjoyed a valentine exchange for roll call. We planned the birthday party the club will have for the patients at the Sprague Nursing. Home Feb. 24. We will serve cupcakes, coffee and punch. Several items of business were dis- cussed. Mrs. Ralph Hooton re- ported on the various kinds of cheese from "Be Wise With Food Buys". Mrs. Melvin Shipley read an article from the K.E.H. Coun- cil News• Caution your chil- dren against chewing leaves of weeds or trees or bulbs, etc. around your yard because many are poisonous• Mrs. Va- den Davis, Jr. gave the Ad- visory Council lesson on•the 1968 Program. Mrs. Delton Harrison demonstrated ,how to Whltemo ad hilders 4-N Club ])ear Boyds, • ---- " " [ Here is my check tO keep The Whitemound Builders [the Record cOming another 4-H Club had a cooking meet-[year. I always'enjoy' ~e,'ading ing on Feb. 25 at the home of l about my Hometown. I m so Benny Kemper. Mrs. Glenn very glad that' t~e hospital Is . . Kindler was the leader. There at last being built and earnest- I~t ~t'0a4/A~ ~t010" were six members present• ly hope it won't be long before I l'~q~ They were Lyle Dean Shipley, the folks of Mankato and key wc d is service. Your' is to let us serve you all your inancial matters. 'PISI 's#ou#!#F,9 ;#od /o :u up lu#oq UM RESEARCH SCIENTISTS are at R continually to discover new drugs, new cures for old diseases. Your doctor druggist bring the latest miracle drugs to you. Avail yourself of prompt medi- cation .... modern drugs are meant to help YOU. INmJIU UP TO $1s, mm. BY IP.D.LC. Lorie Russell, Joni Beam, Deb- bee, Pam, and Cindy Kemper.' The next meeting will be at Melvin Shipley's on March IG at 0:30. J Dear Boyds, Time to r new, my subscrip- tion and I couldn't get along well County have one or two more good doctors. Thank you. Mrs. Earl Hoard 901 W. Lincoln No. 1 Salina, Kans. 67401 Dear Boyds: Please find enclosed check without all the news of Jewell to cover subscription to the County. paper for Cogie Ann and her Mrs. Carl Smith family. They Just, recently 22(17 Park moved into a new home they Baxter Springs, Kans. 66713 purchased in the North Glenn area of Denver. They are all Mr. an o Cook of fine and we enjoy having the YOU GET MO E ADVANTAGES Al/x, Alberta, Canada arrived grandchildren close by to play WHEN YOU GET LIFE INSURANCE last week for a visit with his with once In a while. EARLY! The earlier you begin your sister, Mrs. Lena Monbeck, We are all fine. Sara is a famity'siifeinsurance program, the and other relatives and Sophomore this year and is moreyou benefit. Your premium friends.. Tuesday evening quite busy with school, musicpayments are lower, easier to Mrs. Monbeck er..ertained and Job's Daughters. She is budget. And your physical eligibtl- with a dessert party in their playing at the Brown Palace ity is easier to establish. It silo honor at the home of Mrs.I Ballroom Thursday, Feb. 23, pays to know how State Farm can Gall Bliss. Mr, and Mrs• RayI for a group of distinguished provide elite insurance Myerly and Mr. and Mrs. guests including the Governorplan that best fits your I "'~" J Cloyd Myerly were guests, Mr. of Colorado• She makes all her needs and your budget. J ....~. J So ask ltt0d , and Mrs Cook left their home .......... • _ • ..... own [ormals wmcn nelps ou~ in canada last e ana vm ....... • on me ouaget lted until l eb 1 with her sis ..... " • , ' . . we nave a new service s~a- ter in Boisb, IdahO. then wsk- .......... zlon on om ve. In l en- ed his brother, R B Cook, in . .' . ver. Melvin is fine and busy El Paso, Texas anu nepnew, , • • • all the time. He ~s president Jim Cook, and family m .. . of the Motorcycle Patrol of Shreveport. La, his ester-m- ... ..... ' . , . . ,,d . eoei ~nrme law, Mrs Ennis COOK, m nall~ -. - :.. • . ... _ _ ^rt r ease senu me paper to town. MO an(l nephew, u .... ' ...... "I Cogie's new address: Mrs. vine t~aston, ann Iamuy I W ~ John Elzea, 10503 Brewer DeSoto, Kans They left ea-+ .- i D nee C ...... • . o, ur ve.e r, olo. m, "H--" nesday to spend the weezen Best rega w.n. up with his sister, Mabel Foote,[ Maxine Peu'h ' + and husband in Boulder, Colo . g ' I 308 S. Center and from there returned Among 23 Fort Hays State' MANKATO, KS. their home in Canada. College coeds who pledged ------------- four campus sororities Sunday P.h. FR 84198 Roilln Dillinger, who Is ai was Mary Ruth Jones, For- ( T^TE 'ADIA sophomore at Kansas Wesley-! mesa sophomore, who pledgedO I./'t.I an University in Salina spent Sigma Kappa. M lllllfi/ the weekend here at the homeI The pledging services ended STATE F;;MLif'e it. - I sororit e msurancs tmmlmfly of his sister and .brother-in-~ a week of informa Y .............. • " - "" " .0me unce' Uloomlniton, IIIlflOl$ law, Mr. and Mrs. Jon roan. _..._.__ * husen. ------------ •I NOTICE Newell Davis, who is a pa- ........ r- OttoSe"bold ---- • tlent at the Veterans Hoeplt mr. a.u ,v, s. : Therewill be a singing at • the the in Grand Island, spent the ~eeC:Zgdvis~egr'at ~thom. day chU:;chh ~tth?:tt~n~ pSUmn'+ weekend at home. He of their daughter, Mrs. Walte~ They will welcome all'who en: ]with a young ..man from- Rourke, and family. ! , .... ,,,,., owns, wno xs a v etnam co, I +"~ .... ~'"~" I ualty u*u o~ ta=|,,tael % she is living this year. Sidney Ann and Bonnie are still at- tending the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. Sidney Ann has Just finished her first semester of student teaching. We have been having beauti- ful weather, but as usual could use some moisture. Sincerely, Ellzabeth Otto 920 Pomona Ave. Coronado. California Dear Sirs: Enclosed please find my check for four dollars for the renewal of my subscription of ?our paper for another year. Sincerely Yours. Charles R. Omer Apt. 218, 4313 Knox Rd. College Park. Maryland THANK YOU I wish to thank-my friends In Lovewell and Mankato, and the teachers .Je+w ll County for their cards, letters, flowers and gifts while I was in Por- ter's Memorial Hospital, Den- Watch Dan Blocker, Miclmel Lendon end Lorne Greene, stars ot Chevrolet's "Bonanza", on NBC-TV next Sunny night ver. Colo. A special thanks tO all the students, also. Your thoughtfulness was greatly ap- m preciated. --Viola Mayhew. ' d~J i J r )10|1 Right now, and during March your Chevrolet dealer Is offering tremen. dous urines on some of his most popular options and accessories on his i Get the facts about a [ meet popular stars. How low the price? 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