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SOCIETY members of the group, entit- JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Page 3-Section ! and LOBS The next meeting will be led, "In the Marketplace". Thursday, Apr. 11, 1985 ~' |Items muat be In by noon Monday.) April 27 and 28 at Lwell with This~ depicted the many lives ~ q!!~l Cecil and Eleanor Severance that were influenced when a L ii.' t ~ ~ ...... 4, 0" ~ENDAR MODERN MINERVA I[~day, April 11 - The Modern Minerva Club as Wagon masters. If the young Jewish girl suggested ~ :,: :? :::~. EPS- Millie Sandell met with Mrs. Thomas Lehr- weather is bad other arrange- that her master might be e [.W - Lydia Beam ling with Mrs. Buford Es-ments will be made and mere- healed by the prophet, Elisha. IIr ~ ~ ,, ~ ; ,s. ll~.!e Club-Mrs. Charles slinger as Co-hostess. Presi- bersadjourned.wili be notified. Meeting servedDeliciUSon a beautifullyrefreshments wereset ill[ - ' ...... ...... ~ *"~ ? ~puney dent Mrs. Esslinger conducted _- _- table by Mrs. Doris Crowell. :! , ~l[.~'A'Wee'MerlaHulbert the meeting Results of the JW. CO.COW BELLES The next meeting of the ~*i ~ /r ~o :, ~Y, April 15- fine arts silver tea were given. Do you need a gift sug-W.M.U, will be May 1 at 1 ~ IJJ~k ~I k l~gette - Beulah Brink- Faw)rs for the Jewell County gestion for a shower or p.m. at the home of Mrs. :~(:~:: ~:~ Bernice Allen. It I~rth Hospital and the Long Term Mother's Day? The new edi- ~ ~:i:~:~:::~: ......... : ! tieD of the Kansas Cow Belle JR. CLIOCL--~---- ,s li .aY. April 18- Care were made. Many ic l[l~S " Millie Sandellnal Easter hats were ma Cookbook is now available. The Jr. Clio Club met at the j y:va Club - Spring from lac,,, trim and oth:r no- This 152 page book contains home of Verla Houser with d l".," heon - 12: 0 p.m. - tions. The ,e t m eti, : wiJl 0 l~ffal Roam Steakhouse be the Spring Guest, Luncheon recipes for the microwave, as Jean Blair co.hostess on April i, it,~er Lover s Club- Wil- {o be held at the Buffalo Roam oven.Well asThethewinningCrOckpOtrecipesand meetingl" Presidentto Tyrellorder calledwith thethe i 1~ ~ St :o r Eaton St(,akhouse April 18, 1985, at from the Kansas Beef CookOff Flag Salute and Club Collect. CELEBRATED Among the "fts that re Justice Charles Evans Everyone seemed to have a g i, _ ---- .... 12:30 p.m. R~servations are to contest for 1975-1984 are also Eighteen members answered90th BIRTHDAY vided much la~ughter andP~un Hughesin 1916 when Ray was really good time. Ray says he it I~OwSHIP MEALS he called in to Mrs. Bill Martin included, These cookbooks can roll call. After a business Ray Welded celebrated hiswere a western hat and a teaching near Northbranch in is"going for a hundred" now! In [~dtaY, Arpii 15: Hambur~ before April 15. be obtained from any Jewell meeting, Bonnie Newell pre- .. ~[ Steak, Broccoli, ~Vax ...... County Cow Belle Member. sented our program. She tal- 90th birthday on April 5 with beautiful clock with Ray Wel- Jewell Co., and he has voted ...... s, Rolls and Fruit N'\~i~'s~a '- .... ",~ , BUFFALO TRAVELERS Call Charleen Colson, Millie ked on their vacation on the a small gathering of people at don for President" engraved in every election since except ........ y, .-,pru 1~: fork h~p:~rClby rhy~i~!i~i2~OaMnbal:i~~ ~o r~:l~ h~f~r:: ~!in~i~~~ii~!iiilp~ h~iiidla~i~i:!~ild~~ ~1~c,ts 'Potatoes, Sunshine" CAMPERS CLUB Hills, Betty Backer or Loretta island of Ben Air and passed ,~11~ , ........ The Buffalo Travelers Wilson for more information, pictures they had taken tlUl~', w.w. ~reaa, ann _ . ^. ~l~s Camper Club met Marcn ~4, Here is a recipe you mightthere. Refreshements were ~\l~nesda A ril 17 Bak 1985 at the Senior Center in like to try: served by Veda and Jean. dinner, then returned home THE ART OF trotting!" M::.d Ja:rry Hancock, Todd ~\\~Ln ,~Y/ ~ :-. Burr Oak with 6 member Sour CreamEnchilada Next meeting is the salad for opening of gifts and a STITCHERY WORKSHOP An Easter droner was held ........ n, t~etty t~rown rota- i 'nd ~cott of Hastings; ~\\l~~ Bean Salad W W families present and oneguest 1 lb. ground beef testing bee at Pine Haven. surprise birthday cake. Sandy Shields, Ottawa Co. Sunday, Aprd 7 at Mary .... " .... : : ~ld.-and Dessert' " " Joni Gates. Host for the l pkg taco seasoning . . ,,r. anti Mrs ,o. rlancocK .......... farmer, rate and tleatn el ~[[l~rsda, Ar"il i8 Roast carry-in dinner were Rich and 12 flour tortillas ~ IIome Economist. will be La~,er~,ren's The followim, t hi t~ "r ...... c" "~ ~' " "" - . .. " Salina and Linda ()wen. John [[[[!-~, ~', ~e.. : .., Cam Gates. After the delight- 1 can cream of chicken soupA pot luck supper was held ting and taking pictures, eac ng ne ~ t o~ ~t|t nery, were present: Mr. ann ivlrs. ' mui ~v~asnea tomatoes wztn . .. at the Senior Center in Esbon, Those attending were: Mr.Thursday, April 18, beginning Fred Lagergren, Lincoln, and Shawn. lUllb, Breaded Tomatoes ful droner the meeung wasI cup sour cream ]limit, and Pears ' called to order by Vice presi- 1 small can chopped Kans. on Friday, April 5 in and Mrs. Daryl Haegert, Her- at 9:30 a.m., in the Farmway Kans.; Joan Lagergren and ........ [[[Iday, April 19" tiara and dent Cecil Severance as the green chillies honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clair ton, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Credit Union meeting room. Russ Bowman, Phillipsburg;Easter dinner guests at the HIi~ni and Cheese Pine sac. or treas, were not present 1 small onion, chopped Siena and family of Hart,Czirr and David, Superior, Participants will study folk Mr. and Mrs. John Frost and home of Mr. and Mrs. John l/Ill ..... ' ~the business was turned over grated cheese Mich., and Mrs. Dorothy Sloan Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed I~wis hemtage w~th a shtchery family, Esbon; Mr. and Mrs. Ross were Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Russell McPherson, emphams The lesson wdi elbertUnderwood n s tHJ~ needs, ~,a~age an~ .... Brown beef with taco sea- and Galen of Las Cruces, New " , " - " D , Mr. a dMorris, Mr. and Mr.. Kent 'lllll~ Salad Banana Bre d to George Chase, he stud that , a ~]]~i~ms at the Southwest reglonal soning. Put I tablespoon each Mexico. This was the first andKans" ;Galen,MrS.LasDOrothYcruces, SloanNew stltc heryStart with sampleslking atweUniqUewlll fam|lMrs OrenMr Underwood and En- early , Case'.y and Aaron tlllJi~s be deliver"a :- each club was to furnish a gift of hamburger, onion and time the seven grandchildren " " ' " "y, . and Mrs. Mark Mr: and Mrs. ?~lfred Ross and ~][]~dtv for homobou-ffu~'~J:' for door prize up to $10, which cheese on tortilla and roll up. of the late Wilbur and Delle Mexico; Mr. and Mrs. Clair also learn about equipment, Underwood and family, Burr Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ross, Shane ~/]hliItestricted"diets'ca;:" will be held at Winfield in Heat soup and sour cream and Sloan of Esbon, Kans. hadSloan, Tonia, Becky, Andy, yarns, thread, etc. The class Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Clair Sloan and Tisha. :k ne . ~"ql~"with doctor's ord r June 13th to 16th. Mflly chillies. Spread on top of been together as a familySceone, and Ericka, Hart,will run through the noonand family, Hart, Mich.; and ...... i:i:ii:!:i:, , e s. ~1378 3385 b 9 "^ Sandallwas asked to tellrolled tortillas. Sprinkle with group in over 30 years. The Mich.; Mrs. Pearl Hancock, hour. Participants will need to Pearl Hancock Mankato :~#~i~i: - y :~uIor . . ~a'tions Bonnie Hamilton to purchase cheese,bake 3500 about1 grandchildren present were: Mrs. Vivian Ost, Mr. and Mrs, bring a sack lunch. The re-' "" " " " ............ ' .... Loide Nelson, Darlene Sobers, mainder of the day will be insul~ln~e ~ti:s " the gift and have it ready to hour. Daryl Haegert of Horton, r s t r" ' t DO S your health ~;i~1 ve ft. -- give to George at the April Kans.; Galen Sloan of Las M. and Mrs. Wes Alexander .pen lea nmg dlfferen stlt- __=____ ~__. .... Lm.,..~ ~.~.__|__. i~i~ 1: Ste ._~m Kra.,- .... WMU ...... Cruces, New Mexicao; Doris and Brady, Mr. and Mrs.ches. Everyone is invited to I~|~l[I ~[l~|[~ _l~. ~ ~lllJ~l[Jll[ll| i~'.~l~ ......... meeting He reminded every- /u era 'TrOmstF d:.peagone. that. the deadline for The April meeting of the (S]oan)Alexander of Man- Newel] Alexander and Wynn, attend, ml~e ~[I~|~1 exp~nses reg,strat,on for N C n A W.M.U. of the First Baptist kate; Pat (Sloan) Czirr of Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. John There will be a *2 chargefrom Iona term Illness? /ril 15" Bible Study here ......... -- ~,n~, Ever one Welcome campventmn at Grand Island Church met at the home of Superior; Clair Sloan of Hart, Frost, Shawn, Stacy and for supplies Contact the ----- 'aJ~!ili Hl?lat~s~"~!l 7i Y, hm.N !! !:i'~i ~g~:i:ogeKg~i! !un~! __k~___hn,~.~ ,,_ __ ~ha,_" Mrs. James Chambers on Mich.; Lila (Sloan)Frost of Sheila, Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Jewell County Extension Of- C~ecKwIt~StJteFarmforonethat0oe~. urse and i April 3 at 1 p.m. After a short Esbon; and Neva (Sloan) Haegert and Harriet Topliff of rice for a list of equipment , business meeting, the lesson Lewis of McPhersen, Kans.Esbon, Kans. needed. Call. ~ .o~Wil 18. Hearing Aid Man, . . was presentedby several The evening was spent visi- " ...... II:l~. " trade as people will De asking '. R. "Hap" WilSON I~ for something. Millie Sandall ~ ~, ~ H Phone $78-32g~ r~ception was held honor- is going to try and find out ~8 S. Center . M~nka~o l~lOYd and Nita Dunstan s what Kansas tourism has ,t~t [ Weddin anniversary on available to use to give at the ~rj~hfi3vL :~i~5 National in Grand Island. Geo- ren and theirrge Cahse advised everyone ~'~ to leave their temper at home plus mxteen grand ~ren were present and aand to be prepared for long ~I~f family and friends, waits at the gate. He also ...... asked Milly to find out what ~r. and Mrs. Howard Herr-Bonnie had done about the ~.r~l~ spent Easter with their donation of $10. which was ~-'i~ Wayne, in Wichita. voted on last month, if she " had not mailed it to give it to tF IY Malt GUESS WHO ? ! ! I Illl II Illll Now's exactly the time to get a great savings on a great motor oil. Carry-Out L AND EVBIYTHIliG IN BETWEFJI. 01L & GAS CO., INC. MANKATO AUTO, TRAC1ORS AND COMBINES EXHAUST SYSTEMS AIR CONDITIONING MOTOR CHANGES, BRAKES AND TUNE-UPS SERVICE CALLS Phone 378-3232 - Evenings 378-3360 West Highway 36 Mankato, Ks, II Ill 5~itQ Form ~Jt~ AutOmObl~ I~uro~e Corfl~nV Home 0~I~a |~omt~t0~ IH*~~$ AN IRA AT FIRST NATIONAL BANK * Is Safe * Is close for you if you have questions Gets special attention by people who know and care about you Is a TAX DEDUCTION you can use for 1984 until April 15 Is updated with new information and requirements to keep you informed Covered by FDIC Tax Deduction i :: Lil i/: @ l~h depo*lCm' Im*ur*d *a $100,000 FIO(IAL ~@0~! IN|UllANCI COIIPOIAIION (c'~ MICHAEl.. S 1983