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March 17, 1966     Jewell County Record
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March 17, 1see Jew-ell Co, Record, l ankato, ! CALENDAR 1"aUrsday, Mar. Royal Neighbors Flower Lovers Club, Mrs. Lyle Swinton Minerva Club, Mrs. Frank BusV~ Boyd Bee Club, Nettle Phillipson Eve. Bridge Club, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dietz rlday, Mar.18- -- T.O.P. Club, Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. Monday, Mar. 21-- Supper Club, Mr. and Mrs'. Merl Reager Tuesday, Mar. 22--- V.F.W. Auxiliary O.E.S. Gleaners P.E.O Mrs. Kenneth Ball Wednesday, Mar. 23-- Rebekah Thursday, Mar. 24-- T & E Club, Mrs. Russell Hooker Kensington Club, Mrs. Ed Walker Kiltie Club, Mrs. Kenneth Ball i IflNDLER-McINTURF The marriage of Miss Lois Kindler, daughter of and Mrs. Leonard Kind- of Alma, to Richard Will- McInturf, son of Mr. Mrs. Elmer McInturf of I midriff. The long sleeves fell was solemnized Feb- I to the traditional bridal 19 in the Saint Jo- Catholic Church in The Father Robert officiated, assisted by altar boys, Larry Platt, SmoHk, Glen Smolik Mike Graft fol" the 11 o'- Clock mass and double ring Ceremony. Baskets of light blue car- nations and white cloud with blue streamers placed at either side of altar and a bouquet of White cloud mums was on the communion rail. Miss Janie Saub organist, )anied the soloist Mrs. Medinger, who sang of Jesus We Are 'Ave Maria', and This Day.' The bride was given in by her father, se- a floor length gown points. The skirt flares full from side pleats with a streamered back bow. Her fingertip veil of pure silk il- lusion fell from a lace flower arrangement accented with pearls. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. Her bou- quet was made of light blue and white carnations with blue streamers. Miss Ann Nebel of Esbon, Kansas, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a floor length formal of light blue nylon organza fashion- ed with a fitted bodice and bell shaped skirt. Her head- piece was a light blue whirl of net over a flower wreath. She wore long white gloves and carried a flower ar- rangement of blue and white carnations with blue stream- iiiiii~iii!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii ers. Miss Jacy Shaffer, daugh- i:i:i:i:i:!$i::)i*~ i And if Wide-Track styling doesn't prove it for you, take a look at the way we're outselling all but two makes for the sixth straight year, Or take a look inside one of our 40 Pontlacs. You'll find carpeting, genuine walnut and , t=ll t.he roominess Pontiac is known for. Or peek at one :i ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Shaffer was flower girl. She wore a dress of light blue nylon organza and her head- piece was a light whirl of net over a flower wreath. She carried a basket lined: with light blue and white baby carnations. Johnny James, son of Mr, ] and Mrs. Robert James was! ring bearer. He was dressed l in dark trousers and white l coat and carried the rings on a white satin pillow with blue streamers. Edward McInturf, brother 2nd St. in Concordia. The bride is a grand- daughter of Mrs. Ross Hig- bee and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ross of Formoso. MERRILL-MOHLER Marta Merrill, daughter of Mrs. Garner Merrill of Man- kato, and Michael Mohler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohler of Formoso, were united in marriage on Thurs- day, March 10, by Probate Judge Byron Rogers in Man- kato. The couple are at home in Formoso. of the groom, was best man. [Chapter CN, P. E. O. Ushers were John Ehrke and I : :j -%,~? i ii~ Miller, San Diego, Calif will, and it shall Mrs Manila Colby, Alpine, un}o you. . . Calif Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mr. arm Mrs. Kilpatrick and Karen, Oma- eorge returned home ha, Nebr Miss Mary Wess, aay morning from Calif Great Bend, Kans Mrs. E- where they had dith Dean, Mrs. Floss Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dean, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dean all of Glen Elder. Open house was held in the Methodist Church Par- lor from 2:00 to 4:30 P. M. with 250 guests signing the guest book. Gerald Dean was in charge of the guest book. Max Porter and Ro- bert Dean greeted the guests. , winter with t Shirley Rev. and charge of the vice Sunday Wilbeck The W.M.S. afternoon at told home for service. The Missionary will have chaz The attractive serving table was covered with a Bob Conner, friends of the[ Chapter CN of the P. E.O. beautiful dacron lace table- groom. They wore dark bus- ] Sisterhood met Tuesday, cloth over gold, centered iness suits I March 8 at the home of Mrs. with the three tiered wed- The bride s mother wore a] F. W. Boyd, Jr. The follow- ding cake decorated with they lived for ,Christ turquoise blue suit with] ing officers were elected and: gold candles and gold bou- best, With black accessories. The[ installed: Mrs. A. T. quets on either side. The en, A glad groom's mother wore a navy] Menhusen, president; Mrs. cake was served by Mrs. ahead; And1 blue dress with navy blue'k Gerald Kier, vice president;! Max Porter, Mrs. Gerald heaven.---Co accessories. Their corsages[Mrs. Clarence Loomis, re-l Dean poured the coffee, and were made of blue and white [ cording secretary; Mrs. L.E. i Mrs. Robert Dean served the Mr. and carnations. [Nelson, treasurer; Mrs. golden punch. Blaylock and The reception was held at Bradley Judy, chaplain; and Mrs. Gall Stuart, Mrs. drove to the Western Holiday Motel. [Mrs. Jon Menhusen, guard. Berta Zemke, Mrs. Ralph Friday, March The wedding cake, baked by[ Mrs. A. T. Menhusen and, McFarland, Mrs. Gene Por- the funeral Se Mrs. Alvin Brandon of Alma,[Mrs. Loomis were elected ter, Mrs. Earl Boehner, and brother-in-law, was cut and served by Mrs.[ delegates and alternat dele- Mrs. Robert Ost assisted in who passed Art Lennemann of Alma. [gate to the state P. E.O. the kitchen. ] noon in Lebat The Altar Society Ladies I convention in May. The served the reception. The[next meeting will be Mar. Golden Wedding Celebration Sue, and Mr. and Mrs. Ro- A most memorable day body was shipped to l bert Dean, Jack and Randy was made complete by two lman for burial at the serving table was covered[22 with Mrs. Kenneth Ball, accompanied their parents telephone calls from rela-[his wife, SadfeMosi rl with a lace table cloth over[hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Chester[ to the Methodist Church in tives in California and a]wh passed away in blue. Artificial blue roses] Dean, Glen Elder celebrat-]Glen Eider for the morning telegraph o] best wishes toI 1953. They 'retu the same day. : : and blue streamers accented [ Kiltie Club Entertained ed their 50th wedding anni- [ service. [ the honored couple on their ] the table. The three-tiered[ ----- versary on Sunday, March[," anniversa.-y.from. Mrs wedding cake was flanked] Mrs. Ralph Waugh enter- 6, 1966. ] Their chddren and fam-] " .I flies were hosts to a dinner[ Dean's sister in Cahfornm.[fordMr'leftandMondayMrS" LeWiSfor i with a miniature bride and ltained the members of the Their children and grand-] groom and the Crucifixion ] Kiltie Bridge Club at her [ Wesleyan News I of Christ. Blue candles were [ home Thursday, Mar. 10. children, Mr. and Mrs. Max ] at noon for the honored cou- I, I eley, Calif, Whe ff they . pie ano me IOllOWlng guests -,- . burning on each side of the The high score prizes were Porter (Phyllis), John, Kathy/ I John 15:7. It ye ab de m/ spend a few cake. [ won by Mrs. Gerald Kier and and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Ger- [ atder:meMr.ierrYand azeMrs.m tJmnRo m-.n ] you,me' andye mYshallwordSask whatabide yelin / theirlaw, daug terMr. Mrs. Raymond Platt serv-]Mrs. Lowell Yasmer. Re- ald Dean, Gary and Marie l lh Geiger and 'ed the bridal table. The bri-lfreshments were served by dal table was covered with a I the hostess. The next meet- lace table cloth over blue ing will be March 24 with and centered with a rninia-'Mrs. Kenneth Ball. Friday P. M. Club Friday P. M. Club was en- tertained in the home of Mrs. O. D. Vance. Nine members were present and one guest, Vivian Ost. The hostess served delicious re- freshments, after which a business meeting was con- ducted by the president. The remainderof the evening ture bride and groom. Light- ed blue candles were at each end of the table. Bride and groom name cards headed a doily with blue nut cups and blue roses. Miss Susanne McInturf, sister of the groom was at the guest book. The gifts were displayed by Arlene Colorado. The groom graduated frorr the Stamford High School in 1964 an :att g ERm- ver Tech and is employed in drafting. They left after the wed- ding and are making their home at 342 South Alcott, Denver, Colorado. As we have sold our farm and are quitting farming, we will sell the followin property at Public Auction at the farm located Vz West and 3 miles North well, Kans or mile South and 2 miles East and South of Webber, Kans;, ing. To every one, a time, When we sever; tian, comes this ': not be Starting at 12:30 O'clock Lunch by Webber WSCS Oliver 70 Tractor, starter, lights, new bat- tery, good tires Mounted Cultivator IHC 15-ft. Disc IHC 2-bottom 16" Plow IHC 2-row Lister IHC Semi-deep Furrow Grain Drill John Deere 15' Disc 10' Dump Hay Rake with remote control 2-row Case Corn Disc 3-section Spike Tooth Harrow 2-section Spike Tooth Harrow New Idea 7' Mower 1 Hay Rack on rubber 1 Box Wagon on steel 1 old wood wheel Box Wagon 3 old Wagon Running Gears Tractor Hay Buck for Oliver Hay Basket for Jayhawk Stacker Several Pieces of ON Machinery Oil burning Chick Brooder; Electric Cream Separator; Oil burning Tank Heater; Steel Block and Tackle with 100-ft. of l-in. rope; Grind Stone; 2 Stock Saddles; 1 set of Har- ness; 1 large Blacksmith Vise; 1 small Vise; 1 electric Fence Charger; 1 Loading Chute; Cattle Dehorfier; 2 50-gal. Oil Barrels; 2- barrel Water Tank; 2 Pig Brooders; 30-gal. iron Butchering Kettle; Carrier Trucks for disc; 30-gal. Oil Barrels; One-man Saw; 6- ft. Wood Saw; 5-ft. Wood Saw; Electric Tool Grinder; Elastrator for docking lambs; Sheep Shears; Some Used Lumber; Ham- mers, Saws, Chisels, Post Hole Diggers, Cob Fork, Wire Stretchers, Corn Knives, Shov- els, Barn Door Track Rollers, and many other Miscellaneous Tools found at a Clean- Up Sale. 2 Hereford Cows, 4 years old, calves at side : I Hereford Cow, 4 years old, old calf at side 1 Milking- Shortho,rn Cow, 6 calf at s de 1 Roan Heifer, coming 2 years old, bred 1 Registered Polled Hereford old, good breeder and gentle 4 Ewes with 5 Lambs 2 Ewes, may have lambs by sale 1952 Chevrolet Pickup with stock rack, ton i!~i ii~~ Kitchen Table; Divan; Oak Chairs; Westinghouse Refrig sers; Several Rockers and ChMrs; mode; 2-tier small round Table; Kerosene Lamps; 2 Beds with 9x12 Axminister Rug; Piano ; Dishes, Fruit Jars; Picture Frames; Other ticles too numerous to mention. ,t~,~ 2-row Cohtinental Go-Dig; 3-16 Harris Plow; 2-row Ford Lister; sey-Harris Drill; Scoop for Ford ' 4-wheel Trailer; 1 Dump Log Chain; Vise; 1950 GMC 1-toR ROSS-LAVORIE Sherry Lee Ross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ross of Concordia, and Bill Lav- orie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lavorie of Concordia, were married on Tuesday, March 8. Probate Judge Daugherty performed the double ring ceremony. The couple were attended by Mrs. Robert McFarlene, a cousin of the bride, and Jerry Brown of Jamestown. They are at home at 414 iiiii!iii!!/i~ ilii iii/ill i iiiiiiiii ii~i~iiii :i:!:~ ::!:i:!:~ was spent playing canasta. Prizes were won by Ava Cramer, Adelaide Regnier and Vera Seirer. The next meeting will be Mar. 26 with Ava Cramer. Mrs, J. C, LeBow writes ; from New Port Riehey, Florida where she and her husband are spending the winter: We have had a love- ly winter up until Feb. but then we had two frosts which froze all the flowers and vegetables. I guess it didn't harm the orange trees much however. They were just getting back to normal after the very hard freeze of Dec. 1962." Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brink- worth of Kansas City, Kan Mrs. Beulah Brinkworth and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ost and sons, Kendall, Kirk and Kim were ,Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Edith Ost at the Buffalo Roam Steak House. i ii!iiii~ !~ :! : :~i: iiilii iiiiiiiiiiii::iiiiii~:~i!ii~iiiiiiill Pontiac Motor Division of the 15 renowned Pontiac engines. And if you're still hard to convince, take a look at what that price sticker does to those other cars. It's a conspiracy, that's what it is. And more people have been taking part in it than ever, How about you? WIDE-TRACK PONTIAC PRICE A TIGER AT YOURPONTIA~ DEALERS--A 600D PLACE TO BUY USEDCAR~s TO0~ TERMS OF SALE--CASH. Not Responsible In Case Property at Bidder's Risk When Bids Off.