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CLUBS (Items must be in by noon Monday) CALENDAR March 16 - 0eta Club - Buffalo Mrs. Lawrence Lovers Club - Mrs. Hanson Club - Mrs. Thoma., Eve. Bridge Club - sad Mrs. Ed Walker Neighbors Club - Frances March 20 - Club - Mr. and Mrs, Suchsland March 21 - Legion Auxiliary E.H.U. March 22 - March 23 - Club - Mrs. W, G, Club - Mrs, Suchsland Club Inet March. 8th with with te~ me~n-, Roll call was an- With funny Jokes. Clev- were played. Cecile Thronson, Gel- and Viola Mahaffy by their 8esters. Refreshments by the hostess. --Reporter. Club Meets Club met afternoon, March 9, Lucy McBride, has. were 15 members Refreshments were the afternoon. meeting will be Mar. home of Mrs. Clyde P. M. Club Entertained Seirer entertained of the Friday at her home Mar. was played with Folsom receiving The hostess served The next meet- be Apr. 8 with Miss Regnier. Thursday b. Nailer entertained of the T & E Club at her home on Mar. 9. Guests were Green and Mrs, Ruth were presented and to Mrs. V. L. Ind Mrs. Elsie How- hostess served re- following bridge. Garden Club Garden Club at the home Ost on the evening with Ruth McDill The regular bus- was held and part was led by El- The next meeting Apr. 3rd with Ellen Martha Severson Refreshments of and coffee were Announced Wafson-Voo ees Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brown of Esbon announce the engage- ment of their granddaughter, Miss Patricia Lee Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jer- ry Watson of Liberal, to Mr. Bill Voorhees, son of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Voorhees, of Smith Center. Miss Watson graduated from Esbon High School in 1966 and Bill graduated from Smith Center with the class of 1966 and is now employed by Ro- bert Wire of rural Smith Cen- ter. The wedding date has been set for March 17. The couple will make their home in Smith Center. Finesse Club Thursday Mrs. Chat Moran entertained the members of the Finesse Bridge Club at her home Thursday, March 9. Guests were Mrs. Harry Tyrell, Mrs. Kenneth Wilsman and Mrs. Curtis Folsom. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The prizes were won by Mrs, Tyrell and Mrs. Tom Lehrling, The next meeting will be April 13 with Mrs. Glenn Tyler, hos- tess. Brldgette Club Tuesday Mr. & Mrs. Chilcott Celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Isaac N. Chil- cott held open house on their 65th wedding anniversary on March 9th. Mrs. Gerald Kier and Mrs, Frank Kissinger, The next meeting will be April 13 with Mrs. Fair, hostess. Courtesy Stud 65th Wedding Anniversary Golden Wedding Dinner Mr, and Mrs. Pheron Balch of Formosa were honored with a dinner celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, March 12, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Balch in Man- kato. Those present were their daughter, Margaret Balch, and granddaughter, Barbara Balch, of Concordia. Mrs. Alta Ran- dall, Miss Maye Balch and Mr. They wish to :thank every one who helped make it a happy occasion. with whi".e velve streamers tied in lovers' knots, compos- ed the bridal bouquet. Mrs. Jennie Hill, who was her sister's only attendant. was gowned in moss green crepe of a style similar to I that of the bride. Her head I pmce, a Dio:" bow of matching :fabric, was trimmed with il- lusion of the ~ame shade. She carried a nosegay of'a poin- seLtia garl::n~.:ed with white mums, complimented with red. velvet ,~.'a'eamers. Her gown was also made by Mrs. Alexander. The bridegroom chose his Ed Balch of Mankato, the hon- brother, Dean, to be his best ored guests and the hosts. The mm~, and two other brothers table was centered with a Bob and ~,im, .';~atcd guests. beautifully decorated wedding For her daughter's wedding cake baked by the hostess with Mrs. Alexa~ider selected a the golden colors carried out. dress of beige brocade :with The couple received lovely matching accessories, Her gifts and congratulatory mes- corsage was of red carnations. Mrs. Ed Walker entertained sages, the members of the Bridgette Club with a dessert bridge at Wedding Vows Are Announced her home Tuesday, March 7. --- Mrs. Clyde Suchslan4 and The wedding ceremony of Mrs. Bledsoe chose a blue wool knit suit accessorized in black, and she also wore red carnations. The home of the bride's parents was the scene of a reception following the ceremony. The bride's table, draped in white linen edged with Mrs. Kenneth Ball were the Miss Carolyn Ruth Alexander, guests. A St. Patrick's Day daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. theme was carried out in the C. Alexander. 935 N. Fairfax, table decoratign,s, nut cups and Springfield, Mo., and Michael tallies. The centerpieces were Ford Bledsoe. son of Mr. and lace. featured a tiered cake clever 'St, Pats" "made of Mrs. Charles Bledsoe, Omaha, surmounted with miniature h'ish potatoes dressed in green Nebr., was solemnized Satur- bridal couple and encircled and smoking miniature pipes, day, December 17. with holly. Centering the table Mrs. Suchsland had high score The Rev. Neal Guy perform- was a cake Christmas tree for the guests and Mrs. Fred ed a 4 o'clock double ring ser- flanked by double branched Zimmerman for the members, vice in Brentwbod Christian candelabra. The next meeting will be Mar, Church, where the altar was Miss Nancy Alexander. sis- ter of the bride, attended the guest register. Reception as- sistants included Mrs. Dean Bledsoe, sister-in-law of the groom. Mrs. Ron Vance and Mrs, Clark Wise. For traveling, the bride wore a deep rose wool dress, a mum corsage from her bouquet, & black accessories. The couple now resides in Joplin, Mo. where the bridea groom is employed with Mad. ern Business Systems. Miss Carolyn is a grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fearing of Burr Oak. Alpha Omega Club Alpha Omega Club met Feb, 23 with Mrs. Vernon L. Old- field. Members answered roll call with health hints. In our business meeting, it was sug- gested and accepted we give a donation to T. B., March of Dimes, Cancer and Heart Funds. Mrs. Demaray won the , guess box~ Mrs. Oldheld enter- banked with standards of white gladioli and spider mums enhanced with red taf- feta bows. Seven-branch can- delabra completed the setting. Mrs. Donald Aldrich, organ- ist, accompanied her daugh. ter, Sue, as she sang, "Oh, Promise Me". Tapers were lighted by David Alexander, brother of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was formally attired in white crepe embel- lished with white peau de sole at wrists and hemline. Her chapel-length satin train was secured at the shoulder line with a large self bow. The bride's veil of silk illusion featured an organza cabbage rose. The en,,;emble was de- signed and fashioned by the bride's mother, Her only jew- elry, a ,cross centered with a diamond, was a gift from the bridegroom. A c~scade of white mums and Christmas holly, adorned N 28 with Mrs. Zimmerman. has tess. Kiltle Club Entertained The members of the Keltic Bridge Club were entertained with a dessert bridge March 9 at the Buffalo Roam with Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr., hostess. Guests were Mrs. Harold Pet- erson, Mrs. James Decker and Mrs, Frank Boyd, Sr. A St. Patrick's Day theme was car- ried out in the refreshments served. The high score prizes were won by Mrs. F. R. Fair. PV'MAT" ONE TREE. IS I#OUA/D IAI AT" OF "rile U I O A/ find our new safe deposit boxes and available in several dif- .---- __ sizes. uJ putto/ q aa. # mu1 aqs as#oq aq.L YOU DIDN'T ORDER that flu bug or virus infection either. Let us help you mmt Rmmi return it with a prompt, effective pre- scription compounded at Wagner'b. re/ned with games which were won by Mrs. Ahrens and Mrs. Decker. ReTreshmeKts were served iby the hostess. Our next meeting will be with Mrs. Ona Williamson March 23. --Reporter. Sunshine Circle Club THANK YOU m I wish to thank the kind friends and neighbors and also the Mankato Fire Department for their help in protecting my home from fire. I appreciate this help very much. --Roy Ortman. m The Sunshine Circle Club Goldla A. Hale- Obituary met with Elsie Zadina on Mar. $, All 16 members answered Goldia Alice Hale, daughter roll call with "somd~hing about of James and Mary Bowles St, Patrick's Day". Our vis- was born Dec, 7, 1884 in Jew- itors were Alma and Jimmie ell County, Kans. at Mankato. Zadina. Sadie and Alma gue'ss- She passed away March 7, ed the guess boxes. Lenora 1967 at the age of 82 years. 3 Smith, Gladys Fordham and months. Esther Hedges received gifts. On Nov. 18, 1903 whe was After the meeting, Agnes Zad. united in marriage to Raldo E. ina entertained with some con- Hale. They started married life farming in the Formosa tests. Sada May won one con. test. The other contest was area, and later moved to the divided in two sides, the north Randall area in 1924. They side and the south side. The farmed until Mr. Hale retired north side won. The hostess !and moved into Randall. served a nice lunch. The next To this union were born 10 meeting is with Lenora Smith children, four of them preced- March 22. ed their mother in death. She --Elsie Zadina, Secretary. is survived by her husband, four daughters and two sons. Mrs. Garnett Quick, Mountain gormoso Willing Workers 4-H Grove, Me,; Mrs. Mary Ped- The Formosa Willing Work- rick, Yates Center, Kans.; Mrs. Ruth Smith, Denver, Mrs. Claron Paxson of Esbon spent a Friday afternoon at Melvla Kindler's recently. he Best In ers 4-H model meeting was called to order by President Colo.; Odeen Hale, Inavale, Dale Switzer, Jr. at the Man- Nebr.: James and Dale Hale, kate Grade School Saturday, Englewood, Colo. Nine grand- Feb. 18. Roll call was answer- children; eleven great grand. ed by famous dates in Febru- children; two sisters, Mrs. An- na Jesch, St. Joseph, Me., Mrs. ary and America was sung by Lousie Magnusson, Superior, the group, led by Becky Pe- teete. A box supper will be Nebr.; three brothers, James held at the March meeting Bowles and Funston (L. B.) with the girls preparing it by Bowles, Atwood, Kans., Mc- fixing sandwiches, fruit, and Kinley Bowles, Berkley, Calif. cOokies. Tena Davis and Mar- These and a host of relatives garet Dahl will have a special and friends mourn her pass- number for the March meet- eng. eng. The program for model She Joined the Christian meeting was introduced by Church in 1938. She devoted Doyle Reed, Vice-Presldent. her life to her family and do- The members sang "When ing something for others. Johnny Comes Marching God can be everywhere. Home". Jeff Keeler gave his That's why he made mothers. prcJect talk. Juanice: Reed CARD OF THANKS gave a demonstration talk on "How to Make a Book Mark". Music Appreclaticn was given by Margaret Dahl as she play- ed a piano solo, Dannie Damp- say gave a recreation talk. Pointers on parliamentary pro- cedure were given by Tony Johnson. Two fun games were conducted by recreation lead- er, Jerry Johnson. Meeting was adjourned after repeating the 4-H pledge. How proud the Formoso Will- ing Workers 4-H members were of their red ribbons for their model meeting given at 4-H Club Day in Mankato on Saturday, Feb. 18! Tena Davis received a white ribbon for her illustraLed talk on Read- ing; Mike Peteete received a red ribbon for his pro'ect talk; and Dale Switzer, Jr. received a Regional Purple for his talk on Public Speaking in the Public Speaking Division. Jeri James. Reporter. m I wish to thank each and every one who sent me cards letters, gifts, flowers, and those who called and visited me at the Asbury Hospital and since returnlng home. Thanks again -- I shall always re- member. --Ilene and Gordon Alcorn. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my relatives, neighbors and friends for chor- ing, hauling hay and anything else that needed to be done while I was in the hospital and since returning home. Those kind deeds shall never be for- gotten. ---Merley Kindler. Mrs. Olive Loomis and Mrs. Ellis McIntyre of Jewell called on Mrs. Melvia Kindler Satur- day. IEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday,. March 16, IN7 P,,p s. I II ' I 1966 IMPALA 4-Door liT; and Air. 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