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+d ,v.. P--.+ I chfldren, Marshall and Holly, I Thursday, April 18, In lot Wichita spent the weekend[ Pqe 3 . ~ I (Items must be y . Y) I here at the home of her father, i . ..... _;~ - [M.nr..,1 Holly and Mrs Hnllv [thezr noma m owanoma tJzW 1 CALENDAR of cake, fruit salad and coffee. [ ........ , .... Is/tar a week's visit with his l _--- Next meeting will oe wits [ Mr, and Mrs. Rodney Queen, [parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank , Apt.ll 13 . Jenny Olson at her home May IDonny and Ronny returned tolQueen, relatives and friends. + line Club- Mrs. Glenn ........ '-- ....... Mankato Garden Club Bridge Club - Mrs. --- ~y Smith The Mankato Garden Club Club-Mrs F R Fair met Monday evening, April 3 L We^ rl"~ ~.~+.'h with Helen Russell as their y,A'~" ~ ~,,u-~,~,,,:~l,;;l homeleader" They went to the MuSe-ofEllen l business! Iv"A,.rll t7 um and spent an hour looking :'~' ~: -"'.'- - .. at the many things of interest per ~mn - ~vlr, ann mrs, .'=_ ,,.,,.^_ there. Then all went to the ~arV"; Noller with Mar- , Tarry Voborl, Gland. Hatfleld ~--. P~ , " .... the Severson as co-hostess and ~ncan t, egmn ~uxmary .... of the evenin ] i The Esbon American Legionl she is a member of the choir Ik ~ spent me rest , g'l [Auxiliary Post 368 will send] and plays the piano for the a~teE,HbU. Mrs. Edgar A .short busi~e:~ t~:ehinsgte=;~[ ..... nlv rs ITerry Voboril, daughter of Mr.]Juniors during Sunday School.[ lots of it. Because business grows where rlnkworth em a/ter w ! mr. one mrs. ,tv,son Celebrate 40th An a ary land Mrs. Glenn Voboril, to[ She is active in several sports. ] hd,v a,,u ~Q served lovely refreshments.[ [Girls' State at Lawrence June~ Glenda Hatfield. daughter of I electric power goes. For many reasons, L--~." .'-" ..... " All agreed they had had a nicei -- Nearly 125 cards were on dis- hl 17 tn r~nr~sent the Unit.l Mr. and Mrs. Gale Hatfield, y k, lrc|e W S time. eMrr ~ ?r / SsP:d dey,'April 20- --Reporter. [w ha3~ eMd;wit a c Aep~3~ Jp~:eYs aaSdg~3e:idgs: Mf?n~ r~ra; lnSt o~ ~onrHp;: Sch~;:lr.[Is alternate delegate. She at-[ For every $1.00 we invest in equipment and r e e tended the Cawker City Gradei materials, our consumers spend at least ~unuay, .april z, at the amen- ifrom ones who could not be |gh,= has held offices of vice-[ School 8 years and 1 year in / $4.00 for wiring, appliances and labor- saving ~al Neighbors Sorosls Club icon l.,eglon riall in Leoanon I nresent I-"" "'.--.--:- -. ..... I K n n .' *- presioent cneer teaoer ann re- Fer ,overs Club Mrs -- I a sat.i! observance of the,r I Guests from a distance were ]nn~e in her classes, is a[high school before comingto/ LA. C r!stman The club met with Mrs. Ruth [40th weuoing anmversary. Mrs. IT4ollice's sister Mrs Grace l ..... : --- _ ....... i Esbon in her sophomore year. equipment. ,m~rva ~mb-Mrs. KeithHanson with seven members lAy[son wore a.two-p!ece.lace "T'l~ornton, Colorado Springs, ,beans4 m mberror6 earsllmemer_Ht eT-Igere-tteS'ynaslShe is an honor student, a member of Girls' Glee Club Because electric power is available, business =etstead and three guests present. A~mmmea areas m oe]ge w]m.a Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale land held offices of president,lMixed Chorus, Band, Tiger-l and industry can locate In this area New L.tt -~_.-'-~--~-- . . miscellaneous program waslwh!te carnauon .crsage" mr. Thornton and family, Chanute, |~ecretarv and re~orter in this[ ettes, secretary of the Junior e ~,,ua ~merra,nea given by Mrs. Jennie Olson. !eLy[son s nomonmere was a rea hans.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth i- - .--...... , l jobs and payrolls result. More business. ~ ...-~"--._ . Gifts were won by Mrs. Flor- I and white carnation.Basford, Lavendale, Calif., Mr. | 311;P'ciShrecha~:nI:bt33nlVlw~:e[Class and attends the Wesleyan I , t~aroJu ~nrens enter- ...... ~lexander Mrs Ruth th ="~= ~ ' ' l tl. ~. and Mabel have lived and Mrs. John White, Hays; [ ........ - ~--~-~IChurch in Mankato. e members of the Hanson and Mrs. Grace Ben- -----" ....... leatte Club at her home nett. A wonderful time it was! [ in the Salem and Mount Hope Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stones [are still asking for rain to fill[ peaches have a fair sh~'] But, we're just getting started. The future |commumties all their life. and family, Hays; Miss Chloe]our ponds. 1 l~ear that Ionia]of bloom and wild plums are a [ is in motion in Kinetic Kansas, We're rolling ~ay, April 4, with a aes- Mrs. Bertha ErneSt receivedI A large bouquet of red roses Weems, Mission; Mrs. Max-[country got a pond filler Fri-[ riot. Other fruit tret.s are (h)ing] up our sleeves for the job ahead. Planning ~ridge. Mrs. Marvin Me- ,~,~ ~,fft a~n A a~licious anorned the center of the sere n dau hters ~t tt ........................... [ ...... ~' ~ lne Andersen a d g , [day night ann mayt)e " we arc[ all right too. Cherries are let [ andbuilding, to assure a dependable supply i.un ann .mrs., ulmoro lunch was served and all ad- =were guests. Tne quartet Journed to meet May 2 with ling tame wmcn was covereo Mission; Mr. and Mrs. Robert/more careful to be good we ler. l of low-cost electric power. We really mean [with a lace tab!e cloth and Lorence and family, Hastings,]may get ours later. I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen, were centerea wim tu- Mrs Anna Kohn [was trimmeo with rosettes o~ Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth [ Mrs. Lorena Pate took Mr. Mr. and Mr..: llerman H~flCe" businessl rea ribbon Many flowers and ock Neor s o ,mstnd anabuquets"fmrsymm aecor-peach ' ' --Reporter. [useful and level ifts were Moravek, Guide R , " .; [and Mrs. Clyde Boa:an t and family spent Sunday with the rooms. Miss Adelaide THANK YOU------ -- [ Y g Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wiese, [Jamestown for the funeral of the Morris Hilhna ~ f~ mile in let and Mrs. Jones re- [presented by the relatives and Hunter. /their grandson, Richard Hake. Burr Oak. ' ~::ten:~ghll sl~:%ri~; We wish to thank friends, [friends attending the reception. In charge of the arrange-[Friday morning. I accompan | l~mO gifts were receives Ires ments were Mr. and Mrs. lieo tlaem, ano their one re- Mr. and Mrs. Newell Davis ~, ........ relatives, the Formoso O.E.S. ~ane~ s nrother, Jonn enG. Glenn Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Imaining son, Jimmy. came spent the weekend at the home , ,~rs ~agar t~r|nKworm, ' 353, and the Montrose Com- Marvel Collins and family, ann Harry Price and Mr. and Mrs. lhome with his gra ~dparents of their daughter and family. munity Club for the cards, her sister Ruth and Robert i n s . . ' f . Forrest Lamk ns. ]for the weekend. Mr. a d Mr,. Dr. and Mrs. John Meyer and t, annmgan and family o ~a ,sttilt :l~ -~ub-~lnn r gifts and calls we received on ........ - ------------ |Morris Hillman broa:~' , children. ~. uo n a ' r mm ure ana a nice visit Oy s ofthe our 50th wedding anmversa y. telel~hone" from her brother THANK YOU ]three small daughter.' Busy Be~lub met for a' --Mr. and Mrs. Jim T. Belch. Charles and Marie Collins, of We wish to thank our rela-[wH3:~Sn~ an~U~M~al~m~m Mt~ dish dinner Thursday, f ~, at the home of Mabel Mr. and Mrs. Jim Belch, Fallbrook, Calif. A nice real- tires, friends and neighbors Hake came up Salurday for VO [1 . There were 10 while visiting at the home of niscent program was enjoyed for making our 40th annlver-lan over Sunday visit. /-- UO row present. A donation their son, George, and family by all. Mementos were pre- sary such a wonderful occa- M.BW. Club will meet ,xith = ~ ........... to the Jewell County ra I in Woodward. Okla. over Eas sented to the 209 guests as sion. Rosclla Tucker this coming s gh 11 ter, were honored by their they signed the guest book .... Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Arisen. thursday ahcrnooa, fund, The next meet- children, Margaret and George Manka-t~~k'ern~'Sene-' Uies 'o~'~'l~"e~la~ mee~ng'-which Mr. and Mrs. Clarence be May 4 with Alta hostess, with a family dinner for their U m ca; and Janice Miller, Mor- were approved. The various Moore he)d a party for ~ i t'~ ~,d parents' 50th wedding anntver- rowville. All are juniors officers gave their reports and )f their friends last Friday P.M. Club Meets sary March 31st. A beautiful tiered wedding cake and iceThe COSTEP program is the Ruth Kier read a portion of a eveniog in the l.am~) C,~n~,,m paper'she had received onle-ityCenter, lntlrecardgames PIONEER cream were enjoyed in the af- prosy. We are ordering more Mrs. h'ma Maag won high and ternoon, rugs as we have had calls for 311ie Ransom low for the w0 them. The song of the month men and Clare~ce i\la~-; high was "Since Jesus Came Into and Joe Moore low for the Friday P.M. Club met home of Miss Adelaide April 8, with members and one guest, Hooker, present. hostess served refresh- With the. quartet tables in keeplng with Ap- and flowers. Can- as played with Mrs. Ed- having high The next meeting will 29 with Mrs. Lester l Circle Club t Mystic Circle Club met 7 at the home of Bess Roll call was answer- ten members with stor- verses, We missed Ella ~, Beulah Heinz, Lucy Wi- Grace Miller, who has Ill. Minutes of the last were read and ap- ~, We played three guess- Prizes were won by Motes, Jenny Olson and Hanson. Our hostess dehcious refreshments Judy Ahlvers Salina -- Three Marymount College student nurses have received summerappointments under'the COSTEP nursing program of the Public Health Service, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. The students are Judy Ahlvers, of ur payday may not be a "HABIT" bul a deposit to a Savings Account every payday can be a wonderfully habit in many ways-as this spare-cash reserve grows with every you make and every addition of we make! saving here regularly NEXT PAYDAYI 11) lll,0 t00 IY F, DoLC. Officer Student and Extern Program of the Public Health Service The program is open to stu- dents enrolled in a college or university while preparing for careers in a health field, in-' eluding nursing Judy has been assigned to a psychiatric hospital in Fort Worth, Tex. Millie and Janice will be in an intensive care unit in a public health hospital in New Orleans, La. Their as- signments are for the months of July and August. Tbe students are enrolled in the Marymount generic bacca-L laureate degree program in nursing. Judy is the daughter of Mr: and Mrs. John Ahlvers of Man- kate, Kansas. She is a 1963 graduate of Esbon Rural High School. Millie's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bokern. She is a graduate of Kelly High School. Janice is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Let- ter Miller. She is a graduate Of Morrowville High School. Mankato American Legion Auxiliary The American Legion Auxil iary Post' 115 met for their April 4th meeting with 14 mem- bers present. Meeting was op. ened with a prayer by Alice Rafferty, chaplain followed by the Flag Salute and one verse of the National Anthem. The Preamble was given. Roll call was answered and Edna Walk. er, secrteary, read the rain- My Heart", which we enjoyed men. Hem'y Gr,,'man mtm the, singing. Hostesses' for thc ev- ~raveling prize. After lunch we ening were Charlotte Roe and all left for home, thanling