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PAGE 6B 1957 Class Renunion The Class of 1957 met at the Buffalo Roam Steak H,)use. Saturday, March 25, 1967. It was the first reunion they had since they graduated May 20, 1957. Mrs. James Vaughn (Valen- tina Laluk) of Wichita made the arrangements and should be thanked for a jnb well done. The evening was spent with a social hour frofn 5 i,.m. to 7 p.m. After everyone had ar rived, they intrnduced them selves and told of the past ten years of their life. There were 24 members graduating and 17 lnen]hers were present. They are as follows: Patricia Malsbury Street. presently of Cawker City: Valentina Laluk Vaughn. Wichita Kans.: Jean ette Carter Jones, Eml)oria, Kans.; Kroyla Ball Berry, I,it tleton, Colo.; Donna Queen Vernon, Arvada. Cole; Ferna Shoemaker Phillips, Beloit, Kans.; Kathaleen Nichols Blankenship, Worthington, Minn.; Betty Zadina. Connie Carpenter Hayes, Sharon Ah rens Martin, all of Superior: Phil Rhea, Courtland, Kans.; John Grimes. Esbon. Kans.: Rex Seirer. IAnyd Hanson of Mankato, Kans.: Bill t)eugh. Dodge City, Kans.: Johnnic Warner, Louisville, CoJo.: Gi] ford Mahaffy, Denver, Colo.; Forrest Or(man of Sul)erior, Nebr. , After their meal. they held a short class meetmg which President J~)hn Warner called called to order. They decided to give something to the new Mankato High in honor of the Class of t957. It was decided tO give a painting hy Kroyla Ball Berry. Donna Queen Vet non, John Warner, Gilford Ma haffy and Mary Jane O'Neill Meeker will decide which one as they all live in Colorado and can get together. They also are going to have another reunion in five years. Betty Zadina and Ferna Shoemaker Phillil:)S are to get together. Anyone knowing where the felh)w class members are, are asked to send addresses to Mrs. Leo Zadina (Betty), 609 Kansas, Superior, John Totten, Larry Day, Darleen Sorrells. Letters were 'read from Connie Meg | II Thursday PAN FRIED CHICKEN Special ROAM HOUSE I, |l~ll! II I I I I JEW'ELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS Walker, Denver, Colo., Gary J You Can Can Quality Food [ ttere to spend Easter at the Eaton, Norfolk, Mass., Marior [ - -- [home of her parents, Mr. and ie Richard Passika, Bay Riclge, I ..... Puhlie Meeting presented J Mrs. V. L. Michael, were N.Y., Sharon Warner, Fngle [ hy Elsie Lee Millet', Extension l Leigh Tacha and her son, Bob, wood, Calif., Judy Basart Shad J l%ods and Nutrition Specialist. J of No,'ton, her son, Mike, who cluck. Norton. A list o1 all thel Kansas State University, Man-[ teaches at Jetmore, Kans. and addresses will be sent to all[hattan. J his fiancee, Miss Leatrice the members of the class. You cat, can quality food. J Thull, of Jetmore. The evening came to a close Ihmwmakers will gain a bet ] ............. after ('vt'ryolle had a great ter understanding of quality] "~iii.s l)on Ve'non and Mi time and I'm sure everyone canning of food wheu tilt'}" at [ ('h'wl' of i)enver sl)ent the Eas who atteuded went aD,'ay haA' tend the meeting at 1:30 p.m. Jtet; wtekend with her parents ing been glad they came. Wednesday, April 5, in theJMr 'rod Mrs Frank Queen' lt(,pe to see ,ill of you at 197z National Guard Armory it, Jmei ':Is,)visit'c"ct lhe Don Be'un reunion. Mankato. says Mary Frances [ and Don Walker families. Mrs. Betty Zadina. Holdren, county home econo [Vernon attended h(,r class re ........ mics agent. [ union Saturday night. Paul llackathorne of Tol)eka Elsie l,ee Miller, Extension J spent the Easter vacation with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis. Scotl Simmelink is 1st place winner in the 3rd grade from Ionia School. We extend sym pathy to him in the death of his I;dher, Floyd Simmelink last week. Boy Scout Exposition The animal Boy Scout Ex position will be held Saturday, April 1, at the National Guard Armory in Concordia, Kansas. The Exposition will be held from l:00 to 8:00 p.m., spon- sored by l>iconda i)istrict, Mr. and Mrs. Larry David and [{ru('e of Manhatlan spent I)art of the Kansas State Uni- versity spring vacatitm here with relatives. They returned to Manhattan on Thursday. SENIOR CLASS TRIP The members of the Senior Class o1' the Mankato High School took their annual senior trip over the Easter wmation to Denver and Colorado Springs. They left Thursday night and returned Tuesday night. The parents who aecom panied them were Mr. and Mrs. Thaine Clegg. Mr. and Mrs., Verle Mendenhall, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cline. h'is Ozmun spent the Easter weekend visiting her family, the Stanley Ozmuns. h'is works for an insurance agency in Topeka. NOTICE The Colleen Circle of the W.S.C.S. will hold a rummage sale April 14th. Anyone caring to donate, and would like to have things picked up, please call FR 8-3406. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Menhusen and Philip spent Easter at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Sidney Dillinger at Ba- zine. Kans. Mrs. A. T. Menhusen spent the Easter weekend with her daughter and soninlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smock, at Lawrence, Kans. foods and nutrition specialist. Kansas State University, Man hattan, will discuss physical and chemical changes thal lake l)la('e it, foods during the canning process. She'll also menti(m the scientific I)rinci )les which relate to the pre 3;ir;ition Hit([ ~t)l'OCeSSillg of foods by application of heat. Suggested easy shortcuts and faddish ideas for canning quality foods will be ewfluat- ed. Bring your ideas and ques lions and discuss them with the specialist. She will also hell) you under stand conditions which cause the growth of spoilage agents and how this affects the shelf life of home ('anned foods. Why we must follow methods suggested from research find ings to insure good keeping quality of home canned foods will be answered also. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peugh, Tamera and Susan of Dodge City spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Broyles. They and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mechsner were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Broyles for Easter dinner at the Buffalo Roam. Miss Sharon Loomis, who is attending Fort Hays State Col lege, accompanied a sorority sister to her home in Bowling Green, Kentucky to spend the Easter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Gillis Everson, Mr. alld Mrs. Clarence Thron- son, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ken- nedy mid family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Everson of Great Bend, ,h'rald Evers()n of Topeka and (;arry Everson of Boulder, (.?(lit). spent Easter Sunday, ill. so a birthday party for Mrs. Gillis Exerson, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ever- son and daughtprs of ltutehin- son. Mrs. Everson's t)irthday (lecurred on Mollday, 2nd Grade Brownies The 2nd Grade Brownies, Troop 17~, met Mar('h 20 at the school house. The Brownies and h, aders walked to the Community Building where Gary Hesket from the Kansas CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends and relatives for cards, flowers, gifts and visits we re ceivcd at the hospital and since returning home. --Mrs. Merl Reed and Michael Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peugh, Tammie and Susan of Dodge City, Kans. came to attend the 10th reunion of Bill's high school class and visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Lester Broyles. Mr: and Mrs. G. E. Shue of Belleville were transacting business in Mankato Tuesday and called at the Record office to renew their subscription for another year. ! Forestry, Fish and Game De- I April 10 at the Methodist base partment showed slides on the lment. Wild Life in Jewell County andI --B.eporter. told us about it. Then he show I ....... ed us different specimens andI Mr. Jim Sutherhmd of (;real explained about all of thcm. lBend visited Sunday afterno(n, The Brownies enjoyed it all J at the Darus Hcnnin'gsen honw. very much and wish to thank[Mr. Sutherland slaved ;it ,the Gary Hesket for his time. The I lienningsen's while 'working in next Brownie meeting will be" Mankato in 1961. ! DAI ' 69 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN RY (,ATTirE AND EQUIPMENT AT PUBLIC AUCTION MONDAY, APRIL :] 1:00 p.m. To be held at the farm located 6 miles East of llast- ings, Nebr., on Highway 6, then 2 miles North, or 4 miles South and 1 mile East of Trumbull, Nebr. On account of ill health, will offer for sale at Public Auc- tion my entire Dairy Herd. 69 HEAD OF CATTLE 2 yr. old Registered Holstein Bull. 9 me. old Pure- bred Holstein Bull. 6 Reg. Holstein Cows, 3 yrs., com- ing with 2nd calf. 31 Holstein Cows, 3 to 6 yrs., many spring fresheners. 12 Holstein Calves, 9 me. old, olxn. 7 Holstein 1st Calf Heifers, to calve summer and fall. 4 Holstein 1st Calf Heifers, to cane this spring. 6 Hol- stein Heifer Calves, 4 to 6 me. EQUIPMENT 275-gal. Universal Stainless Steel Electric Bulk Mill< Tank. Surge SP-11 Electric Milking Machine with ;~ Hanging Buckets. Veterinarian's Supplies. Milk Bttc!