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CLUBS, must be in by noon MondaY) , March 23 - Club - Mrs. W. G. Club - Mrs. i SUchsland 21- Club - Ray March 28 - L. R. Chandler Club - Mrs. Fred March 29 - Club- B~falo Robert Simon, Club - Mrs. E, B. 30- Bridge Club - Party - Buffalo Day Party A/vlo/MIced Moyers Celebrate SSth Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer Korb-Keman of Mankato, Kans. celebrated ----- their 55th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Robert Korb. Sunday, March 12th. Jr. of Burr Oak, Kansas have They were guests of their announced the engagement of son-in-law, Oscar Carpenter their daughter, Larkie Ann, to and family of Superior for A three-tier wedding cake baked by their granddaughter, Mrs. Calvin Hayes, was the centerpiece for the serving table. Cake and punch were served by Mrs. Calvin Hayes and Mrs. Gerald Carpenter, Hays -- Twenty-four Fort Hays State College freshmen will be honored for academic superiority when they are ini- tiated into two national honor- ary organizations March 21. Phi Eta Sigma (for men) and Alpha Lambda Delta (for women) accept as members only those freshmen who av- erage 2.5 (A-minus) or better for their first semester or first year of college work. Initiates for Alpha Lambda Delta from Jewell County are Sandra Nebel, Esbon, and Di- ane Wilson, Mankato. Mr. Stephen Asbury Kernan of dinner at noon at the Buffalo 'd Jones and Mrs. Hastings, Nebraska, son of the Roam in Mankato. They were entertained with late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ker- honored by other relatives and Ige party Wednes- nan. friends at their home in the Mar. 15, at the Miss Korb is a graduate of afternoon. t, A St. Patrmk s Burr Oak High School and is Eighty guests signed the t was carried out in now a Junior at Hastings Col- 'guest book of which their and refresh- lege at Hastings, Nebraska. grandson, Richard Carpenter, 'pieces on the Her fiance, a graduate of 'was in charge. Marsha Hanson were gold can- St. Regis " sneer, Colorado, of Superior was in charge of nylon net hold- attended ntversity of Col- opening gifts. with shamrocks orado and eived his B,A. :ement of green from Denve University. a" pottery bowl A spring wedding is planned, by the high school faculty and table. The high Marl Octo Club Entertsined will receive certificates of at each table were award on class night in their Wlllard Harris, ---- respective schools. Kissinger, Mrs. Mrs. Lawrence Roe enter- The regent, Mrs. Marvin Mrs. Frank W. tained the members of the Walker, opened the meeting in Mrs, Charles Ra- Marl Octo Bridge Club at the regular form with Mrs. How- }4anford Holly and Buffalo Roam Thursday even. ard Edwards, chaplain, lead- ing, Mar. 16. Mrs. Kenneth ing the devotions. Mrs. Ray Ahrens, and the Wilsman was a guest. Mrs. Dietz read the president gen- prize, by Mrs. er ~n. Mrs. Curtis Wilsman and Mrs. Robert Si- eral's message and Mrs. D. K. ~el ed a prize for men received the prizes. Re- Balch gave the National De- re a ribbon tied to freshments were served. The fense report. Miss Helen Staf in which she was next meeting will be Mar. 29 ford, chairman of D.A.R. Ap- at the Buffalo Roam with Mrs. proved Schools read a letter Simon, hostess, from Kate Duncan Smith school in Alabama thanking Club Flower Lovers Club Thursdaythe chapter for a box of cloth- -- ing sent to them this year. Minerva Club The Flower Lovers Club met Mrs. P. J.'Rafferty reported Mar. 16, at the Thursday afternoon, Mat'. 16. that she had sent a copy of Thomas Lehr- at the home of Mrs. tlarry the book on the history of Westin, county Hanson. Mrs. Raymond Ni- Harmony Methodist Church to of schools, gave cbols gave the lesson on the D.A.R. genealogical library talk on "History "Weeds, Their Beauty and in Dodge City. It was voted to Their Harm". Roll call was Refreshments Were serveo the Music Talent something pertaining to St. to the members and guests at }.00 to the Man-Patrick,s Day. The hostess quartet tables preceding the )raw as a corn- served refreshments. The next meetin. The hostesses were ~ct. Mrs. Frank meeting will be April 20 with Mrs. Rafferty, Mrs. Kenneth elected delegate Mrs. G. A. Cristman, convention in To- Trubey, and Mrs. Carl Westin, Mrs. Harold D.A.R. Goo~nship of Mankato, Mrs. Harry Shoe. is moving to Girls Honored maker and Mrs. Frank Na~h was honored of Glen Eider and Mrs. A. F, Engwall and Mrs. E. G. Black- 'chief shower. The Good Citizenship Girls burn of Courtland. The next g will be April were honored by Desire Tobey meeting will be April 10 at the of Mrs. Keith Sears Chapter NSDAR, at the Buffalo Roam. meeting Monday, March 13, at: the Buffalo Roam in Mankato. MICHLER-M~'-~W The four girls and their me- .-..==.=. I of the Sorosis their 34th anniver- we charter mere- luck dinner was the Lamb School the husbands as Ruth Hanson slides taken in Mrs. Jennie the gift. The will be April 4 thers, Linda Louder and Mrs. Max Louder of Mankato, Don- na Life and Mrs. Paul LFe of Jewell, Ruth Stenson and Mrs. Ernie Stenson of Courtland and Connie Lawson and Mrs. George Lawson of Beloit were guests. Mrs, Bradley Judy, Good Citizenship Chairman, presented D.A.R. Good Citizen ship pins to each glrl and con- gratulated them and their mo- thers in behalf of the chapter. The senior girls are chosen on the basis of dependability, ser- Reporter. At the Christian Church par- sonage in Oxnard, Calif. on March 15, 1967 occurred the quiet wedding of Clyde M, Michler of Oxnard, Calif, and, Sylvia Z. Morrow "of Esbon Kans. The single ring ceremony was read by Rev, Clifford lu- belt in the presence of Mrs. Lillian Post and Mrs. Ruth Iubelt. After a short honeymoon. they will be at home at 540.I So. Cypress Road, Oxnard. Calif. Dear Boy{ , Enclosed is a check for the Record for the next year, Our address is: Wayne S. Hedden, 10118 Virginia, Wurt- smith AFB, Mich. 48753. Yours truly, Kathleen A. Heddem Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were married at Mankato on March 13, 1912. Mrs. Meyer is the former Anna Zadina. They had one daughter, Edna, now de- Diane Kay Wilson plans to major in elementary education ceased, three grandchildren, at Fort Hays State College. Gerald Carpenter, Mrs, Calvin She is a graduate of Jewell Hayes and Richard Carpenter, High School and is the daugh- four great grandchildren, Bren- ter of Mr, and Mrs. Robert E, da and Sandra Carpenter, Troy and Todd Hayes, all of Super- Wilson of Mankato. ior, Sandra Nebel plans to major ---'--CARD in nurse education at Fort ---- Hays State College. She is the We wish to thank our rela. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tives and friends for the gifts, Warren Nebel of Esbon and is cards and flowers and to those a 1968 graduate of Esbon High who helped in so many ways School. to make our 55th anniversary such a joyful and memorable Olson, and Miss Lucy Wiley. day. The lesson was a look at the --Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer. significant role Methodist Wo- -------~ men around the world have John Beams Honored played in pioneering in the or- On 62nd Anniversary ganization of girls' schools, whose broadening scope is be- The Misses Ruth and Myrl ginning to include coeducation. Fickle held open house at their The hostesses Mmes. A. D. apartment in the Community Kale, Glenn Hale and E, C. Housing for Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson served a hmch at the Beam, who celebrated their close of the meeting. 62nd wedding anniversary on March 15th, from 2:00-5:00. Chapter CN, P.E.O. The following stopped by to wish the happy couple many Chapter CN of the P.E.O. more anniversaries. Cookies Sisterhood met Tuesday, Mar. and coffee were s~rved as the 14, at the home of Mrs. L. E. guests arrived: Mrs. Herman Nelson. The following officers Meyers, Thelma Proctor, Jan- were elected and installed: hie ttuntsinger, Ruth Colson, Miss Helen Stafford, president; Vesta McC~mmon, Jean Life, Mrs. Clarence Loomis, vice- Rev. Life, Lena Greene, Nina president; Mrs. A, T. Kramer, Beam, Rose Johns, Dorothy recording secretary; Mrs. Har- Munro, Sada May, Ruth Oz- ry Smith, corresponding secre- mun, Chloe Harkins, Mary tary; Mrs. Nelson, treasurer; Hulse, Sue Green, Daisie Nel- Mrs. Bradley Judy, chaplain; son, Alice Sellhorn, Agnes Zad- and Mrs. Jon Menhusen, guard. ina, Bess Kramer, Leia Lamb Miss Stafford was elected del- Clarence Black, Elsie Hookeregate to the state convention Verl Michael, Cecile Michael and Mrs. Loomis, alternate del- Ruth Fickle, Myrl Fickle, anc egate. The next meeting will Mr. and Mrs. Beam. be Mar. 28 at the home of Lucy Clrch~ ............. Mrs. L. R. Chandler. The roll call and visitations of the Lucy Circle was an- swered by 16 members. The meeting was held Wednesda afternoon in the Nursery of the Methodist Church. A re. port of thirty-eight of the fifty. seven societies of the Woman's Society of Christian Service were represented at the An- nual Conference at Beloit on March 13. Good Friday Services will be held at the Methodist Church on March 24 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p,m, Services will be led by Rev, James Mtllstead of the Baptist Church, The program "The Mission School" was conducted by Mrs, Russell Walker, assisted by Mmes. Dale Crangle, M, L. Van Meter, Glenn Tyler, Ed E. C. Johnson, Jennie CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to all the many friends and relatives for the beautiful flo- wers, the Christian Church ladies for the nice lunch, the lovely cards and words of com- fort in the passing of our loved one. Also Rev. Curry, the tous- le, and other help given us in our time of sorrow. May God bless everyone. --Raldo Hale and family, Ill II 8ILL OF llll AMmtt.~II4M IIV~[III;AI|+ Inl for the futttre education of Scout or Gid Scout by start. t savings account and deposit reg- ]o stnoas og 8u .p,xod o. ut. pouS!r '916I 'gI un[ up UOrlS.,ffi "md lltAl B INSt llO UP TO I1 ,000.0 BY F.D.I.C. DON'T MAKE THE MISTAKE of neg- lecting illness. A new tax might cost $3000 or $5000, but a miracle drug which saves your life may cost only $3 or $5. That's why TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST BARGAIN IN HIS. TORY. HOW MUCH YOU MAY SAVE ON YOUR CAR INSURANCE WITH. STATE FARM ! w. il. -rap,, I. C nter MANKATO, KS. Ph. PR sTAY[ i Ai M Motull Auto.lie Inlurlml lllmO OffiOl, llo~ll~lllm, lll~llll " Dear Record Folks, We are sitting here packed, all ready to head for Spring- field again. Report of snow makes us ponder a bit for we have to negotiate mountain passes so we wait for a road report. Having had Christmas, Val- entine's Day and a birthday in ram, ,. che interim, I don't see how my luggage is to be well man- aged. Good luck, good will and ~ood weather .to all my Kan- sas friends. Sincerely, Mabel V. White Saratoga, California JEWF, LL COUNTY R 23ORD Thursday, March 23, I0 ' Page | - Sect/on 1 , , , m| Mr. and Mrs. Ver-on Stone and Dennis and Mrs. Jim Stone and children were Sun. :lay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Stone of Superior. p ~~hhelOb0~:i!ii i!i~ii!~~asanSi!i yerds shown in the picturearo those owned by Virgil Vincent on East 1st Street in the north- east corner of town. Concordia Is NFO Livestock Collection Point The National Farmers Or. ganization has a livestock col. leetion point located in Con- cordia. Virgil Vincent has leas- ed his stockyards every Thurs- day to local NFO, members to be used as a place to group their livestock to be sold. The yards are located on East first St. in the northeast cor- ner of Concordia. Cudahy Packing Co., sends their buyer, Tom Taylor, of Thursday Evening Bridge Club The Thursday Evening Bridge Club met Mar. 16 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker. Mrs. W. G. Hills and Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr. had the high scores. The next meeting those having low scores for the past year will entertain the high score winners with a dinner party at the Buffalo Roam Mar. 30. IN MEMORIAM In memory of my mother. Mrs, Clara Jamieson, who passed away March 18, 1966. Softly the stars are falling Upon a quiet grave. Where there sleeps without dreaming, One we loved but could not save, Oh, do not ask us if we miss her, For there's such a vacant place Oft we think we hear her voice Oft we see her Yet we kRow that she is h In the mansion of the Where there is no hour of parting, Just one sweet eternal Rest. --Sadly missed by her dau~l~ ter. Mrs. Gladys Lear, 432B ~,~orth 71st, f,hwoln, Nebr. ~8507, and all her loved ones. Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 A. M.: :00-4:00 and 7:00-8:(; P. Mr, John Love called Mon. day, March 13, on his mother Mrs. Hattie Love. Robin Hesser brought us magazine from the First Bap- tist Church in Mankato. Thi was very much appreciated, Mrs, Marie Morris visite her mother, Mrs. Oleanm Thronson, Tuesday. Mrs. Mar tha Severson was an evenin8 caller, Mr, Harry Wilbeck returned Wednesday from Oklahoma City, Okla. where he had at- tended the Farmers Union National Convention and visit- ed his daughter, Mrs. Donna Derr, and family. Visitors of Mrs. Violet last week included Miss Edna Walker, Mrs. Leo Parsons ant rs. Cora Launchbaugh ot Mankato and Mr. and Mrs Merle Launchbaugh of Belie. dlle. In observance of St. Pat. rick's Day pretty green sham rocks were used on the dinin8 tables and on the trays taker m the rooms. Mrs. Cloyd M. Myerly called on her aunt, Mrs. MaRie Metg, Tuesday evening and visit others in the Home, Wd thank her for the magazines. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Miller Mr. Glenn Love and Mr. JohJ Love came to see Mrs.. Hatth Love Saturday afternoon. The had a party In honor of Mrs, Love's birthday. Wichita, up to Concordia ev- ery Thursday. Taylor buys but- cher hogs and sows from 8:00 to 12:00 noon from NFO mem- mers from several surrounding counties and local members. Hogs from Nebraska have also been sold in the past. Cudahy purchased their 10,000th hog at the local yards last Thurs- day, Feb. 9, 1967. Cudahy has bought over 10,000 head of hogs the last four months from area NFO members. As for cattle sales, i. Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Drake of Manhattan were Sun :lay callers of Mrs. Mattit Smith. Mrs. I)rake is a niec( of Mrs. Smith. Mrs. A. G. Fiero and son ol ~olorado Springs, Colo., visiter her mother in4aw. Mrs. Girt rude Fiero. Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs. Shermar Loomis of Randall called ov his father, Mr. Clarence W Loomis, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Will Lagergren was ~ visitor of Mrs. Mattie Metz last week. M~;s. Waunda Donahue called Sunday on her mother.,, Mrs ertrude Fiero. Odessa 4-H club The March meeting of the Odessa 4-H club was held on March 6 at the Westbranch school house. The ,meeting was called to order by our presi- dent, Dixie Obert. Roll call was answered by a health hint. We voted to have health as our club project. We had a cere- NFO members send cattle dir- ect to Cudahy at Wichita. Eight local people are em- ployed at the NFO yards every Thursday. National Farmers Organisa- tion is a service organization, organized in 26 states. The national office is in Corning, la. NFO is an organized group of farmers selling their farm products together. Their goal is a selling price equal to the cost of production plus reason t. able profit. money in which our blue seal was placed on the club char- ter. Dixie Obert gave a citizen ship talk for her project talk. Steve Obert's demonstration was on an easy way to bore a hole through iron, Marcia VO- boril had music appreciation. Helen Deibert's health talk was about health superstitions. Du- ane Atwood told about the or- der of business for his parlia- mentary talk. Ronald Whelohel had a conservation talk on con- serving food. Clelia Thomas played a piano solo for other program. Recreation, led by Judy Atwood, was basketball with a balloon. The meetil~g was adjourned and our guest, Jim Gunter, explained how tO fill out our record hooks. Re. freshments were served by Whelchels. Mrs. Gunter and Julie were also guests, We were havvv to b ve Jeanette Obert, Terry Voberll and Debbie Boller participate in Regional Club Day at Be. loit March 11. --Judy Atwood, Reporter. PRE'$EASON BARG&I iOilL Illl Ill AMAZING 23,000 BTU/HR SUPERLINE +C~oI, l~ ~*llUOc.,fl. olh humid ,, ,,, ..t t~ ,,,m.t... . .,,.,p~m~,