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April I4, 1966 " II I I I II I I I I .I I CALENDAR ! her trip last summer through [ gram was as follows: the Glacier National Parkl Mrs. Cummings present- and on to Jasper. She show-led: Elaine Kale, "Hopak'. ed pictures of the trip. Re-[ Mrs. Scott presented: R " " freshments of salad, wafers lSondra eed, To A Wdd and coffee were served byi Rose" - McDowell; Janet the hostesses. The next]Kreoton, Smith Center, meeting will be May 2 w~th" ~ "Papilon',- . Grey; John, Martha Severson and Louise[Turner, 'Fmry Bells - Park as hostesses. ]Turner; Terry Kaser, Smith i Center, "May Night" - Pal- F [ gren. : :---~" I Mrs. Walker presented: / DianeRourke, "Polish Dance";Jayne Berneking, ':Bells in the Night" and "Bobcat Boogie"; Warren McElroy, "Barefoot Boy"; Sue Ann Weaverling, "Gypsy Tango"; Deidra Blecha, "Waltz"; Sheryl Rose, "Larga"; Maria Berg, "Yo-Yo Tricks". Refreshments were served in Fellowship Hall from a Tea table, beautifully de- corated with Easter lilies. Mrs. Clifford Jones was the chairman of the refreshmep,1 committee. Cooper-Keeler Mr. and Mrs'. Glynn Coop- er of St. Peters, Mo an- nounce the engagement of !heir daughter, Miss Glenda Marie Cooper, to Mr. Charles Larry Keeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Keeler of For- moso, Kans. Miss Cooper is a graduate of Central Missouri State College at Warrensburg. Mr. Keeler is a University of Kansas graduate and a mem- ber of Delta Sigma Phi. A July wedding is plan- ned. Mankato Music Club The Mankato Music Club met at the Harmony Metho- dist Church, April 5th at 2 o'clock. of Vivh:p. t :;t o': lhe even- The program was present- ing of Aw. ,!, wiih Lela ed by Mrs. Ralph Cure- Lamb a,:d L~qhet Melz as mings, Mrs. James Scott & hoslc-*.:,:c.v, l)o,!abv [,ibben Mrs. Marvin E. Walker, Was a 5t,~g~, a~;! she gavel each of whom had a number ' n a v.~rv im,:-e~:~in~ ~a[k o of her pupils play. The pro- If Doe can l',re :,vribe for that, we can fill it. Bring gout l>rescriptkms to Wagner Drug Store for t)re- :ise COml)OUndinv at fair prices. - - - -- -~l I Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan 'Celebrate 50th Anniversary On Easter Sunday, April 10, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cda- haL celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary with a lovely dinner prepared and served by the ladies of the Burr Oak Christian Church to their daughter, Louise and Iris, and families and the grandchildren and great grandchildren. The tables were very pretty with decor- ations for the occasion and a lovely plant of hydrangeas, a gift from the church. Open house was held at their home in the afternoon where they greeted their many, many friends and rel- atives. They received phone calls from Mr. and Mrs. Edd Cala-, haL of Lebanon, Ore Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shumaker and Mr. and Mrs. Fra.nk Shu- maker of Scio, Ore Mr. and Mrs. Chartie Potter of Piqua Ohio, and Mrs. Fay Myers of Silverton, Ore. The serving table was centered with a pretty wed- ding cake, baked by Mrs. Evan Hanson, which was served with coffee, punch, mints and nuts by their daughters, Mrs. Iris Cosand arid Mrs. Louise Korb, and their five granddaughters, Miss Carol Cosand, Miss Sandy Korb, Miss Heather Korb, Mrs. Gary Cosand and Mrs. Steve Cosand. Mrs. Ed- na Mohler was in charge of the guest book. Mrs lane L~wis took care of the gifts. Clark Calahan and Phila Marshall were married April 8, 19!6, at the home of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Marshall, in Burr (>ak by the minister of the Christian Church, A. J. Bruner. They have lived in their country home, where Clark was born and raised, since that time with the exception of one year in California. This day will always be remembered as one of the great events in our lives, and we are so thankful for /t'We thank you, every one, for your part in the good wishes, the lovely flowers, gifts, and many cards at this time. Out of town guests at- tending were: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beanblossom, Phillips- burg; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Seems, Mankato: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jarvis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Row- dybush and Carla, and Don Weeks, Louisville; Mrs. Rod- hey Fogo, Karen and Mike. Richard Brooks and David Peterson, Manhattan; Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Marshall. Superior, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. John Callahan. Leon- ardville: Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Myerly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred , " : ' ', ' " 77 ; '"" ,:7:' " ,:'' :,:,' day a ftern(uJn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoot- on and family spent Suoday evening at the Melvin Ship- ley home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald tJeam and children of Smith Center "and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beam were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mm. Johnny Beam. Miss l yla Blattner spent last week at Manhattan for some special training and then spent Easter weekend 'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blattner. She re- turned to Leoti, Karts Sun- day afternoon. Happy Hour Club will meet with Mrs. Johnny Beam this We~dnesday. Extension Homemakers patient at the St. Joselfll~ ~ l~es of the chur~. Hospital in Wichita. l want There will bea pot luc to thank all of you who re- supper and recepti'on at the membered Jacque with E. U. B. Church next Wed3 cards and gifts on her birth- nesday night, Am~l 20~ |~ day. She received over 50 Rev. and IVf~s2~l~r. E~' cards, one welcome. , Daryl Frost spent the weekend at home from Hanson Re~ioit ~' Hays. tte was a dinner guest , at the Cliff Hawkins home The home'of'Mt:'land ~s, Sunday. Magnus Han~0n Was the:i Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones scene Of a hap~y"~ fawdly visited Mrs. Ora Frye and gathering, Su~day,eveni~, friends at the Good Samari- April 3. Hen'ry and Mary tan lh)me in Superior, Sun- Hanson came from Mol~t~ rose, Colo ' and'the' followei ing members of the Hanna W. S. C.S. closing hymn was accom- [ of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost " [paLled by Mrs. James[on Wednesday in honor of The Woman's Society of l Scott. ]Maxine's birthday. Christian Service met in[ Benediction was read by[ Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dodd Fellowship Hall,April 4 [Mrs. V. A. Hills. [drove to Hastings on Sun- 1966 During the Businessl The Helen Circle servedlday evening to attend the -- " ' " a r Session a report of theldurmg the Socml Hour. Mrs. l Easter serwces at the E. U. District Meeting in Phillips-/Lyle Swmton and Mrs. Carli'B. Church. Jerry H!ckman burg was given by Mrs [ Greene were hostesses. [was the narrator mr tim pro- Lyle Rightmeier. At this I ~-- ~ gram. meeting, Miss Lucy Wiley IMystie Circle Club Mr. and Mrs. Kentmth was elected District Secre-[ ---- Dodd anal Dale were Stmday tary. t!f Spiritual Life/ Club met Apr. 6 with El- dinner Luests of Mr. and Cultwatmn. Mrs. P. J. Rat-, la Colson at the Rebekah Mrs. Stanle, Marr and Dar- rell. 3 ferry, Secretary of Member-JHall. All members were[ shit~ Cultivation, discussed present except Minnie RohlaI Mrs. Clarence Blev called plans to recognize the new and Bess Meeker. We were I on Mrs. Norene l)ietz, Men- members of 1965 and 66 as sorry to bear that Bess is[day morning. the anniversary members, in the Belleville hospital. We/ Kenneth A~:.dersen el Enid, Okla spent Easter va- cation wtih his part'trig, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Andersen. He spent Monday end Tues- day with Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vin Shipley. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hick- man and Mary of Hastings spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frost and Pare took little Tammie Shook to Kansas City on Friday and the Frost.; spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shook. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ship- ley and children and Ken- neth Andersen visited Mrs. Vi Franklin and Bill. Mon- day evening. Mrs. Harry Detka of Boul- der, Colo is visiting at the home of Mrs. Hazel Shiptey .and Maxine. They were join- ed on Sunday for dinner by the Melvin Shipley family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frost drove to Winfield and pick- ed up Jacque Frost and they spent the weekend with Mrs. Earl Riggs at Hayes- ville. Mr. Riggs is a surgical This will be May 4th at the General Meeting. We are very proud to present Donna Hills as an applicant for the Methodist Educational Tour (Met tour). Mrs. V. A. Hills asked for donations of skill, time and money for the t)it~y Bag project for the Red Cross. An appeal for donors to the Blood- mobile was made by Mrs. Lyle Rightmeier. She said for every American Soldier in Viet Nam, we are in need of lhree units (or pints) of blood. ,Mrs. Lendell Grahmn announced the,Church World Service Clothing Drive will be picked up on April 18th. In observance of the Eas- ter Season, Mrs. V. A. Hills, Mrs. Walter Campbell, Mrs. Marvin Walker and Mrs. Dean Rose presented a beautiful anthology of Scripture Readings, Poems, and Hymns. Mrs. Beougher, Mrs. Park, Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Menhusen sang an old Easter carol accompanied by Mrs. were glad to welcome Beu- lah Heisz back Roll call was answered with funny stories. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The hostess gift from Ruby Hale to Ella was a lovely plastic hmch cloth. Ella also receiv- ed a stem of plastic Easter lilies from her Secret Sister. Ella had three guess boxes, won by Emaline, Lucy and We played a game of pitch, then had a delicious lunch. Next meeting with Syrena Hanson at the Re- bekah Hall.--Marian LaRue, Reporter. "Frosty" Mrs. Dean Potratz, San- dra, Terica, Jodene, Johnny and Jerry, of Great Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Jef- fers were Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Claron Pax- son. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dale Seirer. Thel Hawkins were supper guests >:,~ ~ : :.:.: :+:.:.:+~ : : ~ >>> Unit of! Whitemound will meet at, the Jim Fogo home next week. Mrs. Clarence families s~n co,gregRt~xi: Mr. and Mrs: Harry :HansO~ , Mr. and Mrs Russell Hm'~z son, Mr. :and, Mr LIoyd>, Hanson and familycMr. Mrs. Evan H~otl and,fame7 ily, Mr. and. Mrs; Gv nt Berry and fami!y Mr, itntt Mrs. Wayne Hanson daughter, Syrena" Hanson, Robert Hanson ,~ G~r~ Hanson. ~" ,~.~ CARD OF THANKS '. MJ' sinceret-~hanks tour neighbors, friends &nd rela- fives for cards, $#ts, and food brought in to' the fam4~: ily and all other acts ofi kkndness given"~o 'a"ne ~d my family during my re ent stay in the. hospital and, since returning home. Blew w,{ll give the lesson'on~I time like "Creatvge Use of Leisure/how kind peop!e are. Time". again. "~ Carroll Mr. and: Mrs. Eychner of Grand Isl~*ld; Nebr were Monday after, noon callers at the ,Meeker home. Plans are being completed for the Annual Mother- Dau~lhter Banquet sponsored by the E. U. B. Church Of Esbon. It will be held at the Hi?,h School .on April 27. Tickels are available from lll 7 : Now's the tlme to buy AMOCO 120:Super Tires and ATLAS PLYCRONS, "The Round " ;7"'!".:'?: s T r 3et 4 tires now at your dealer's list price of 3 during this Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs.