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ar, d CLUBS, (Items must be in by noon Monday) CALENDAR Klltle Club Thursday Mrs. F. R. Fair entertained April 20- the members of the Kiltie Neighbors Lovers Club - Mrs. Bridge Club at her home Thursday evening, April 13. Cristman " Guests were Mrs. Manford Club - Mrs. Keith Holly, Mrs. A. T. Kramer and Mrs. Clifford Jones. The hos- AI 24- tess served refreshments fol- lowing bridge. The high score I, April 25 - W. Auxiliary prizes were won by Mrs. Brad- Icy Judy and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Bud Hills. Mrs. Harry Smith ,rll 26 - Club - Mrs. Wayne It Club - Mrs. Frank Aprll 27 - Club - Mrs. Underwood - Mrs. Russell Club - Mrs. Bud Hills P.E.O. Finesse Club Entertained m Mrs. Glenn Tyler entertained the members of the Finesse Bridge Club with a dessert bridge at her home Thursday evening, April 13. The bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Tom Lehrling and Mrs. Don Hamil- ton and Mrs. Chet Moran re- ceived the traveling prize. The next meeting will be May 11 with Mrs. Kenneth Davis, hos- tess. CN of the P.E.O. T & E Club Meets met Tuesday, April home of Mrs. Ken- The members of the T & E Exemplification of Bridge Club met Thursday ev- was held. also a ening. April 13, at the home of service for the late Mrs. Finley Smith. Refresh R. (Bertha) Mitchell. ments were served by the hos- r rnember of ChapterItess" Mrs. Raymond Nichols Itq ~t meeting will be !and Mrs. Russell Hooker re- at the home of Mrs. ceived the bridge prizes. The next meeting will be April 27 with Mrs. Hooker. Engagement Announced Emrich-Peterson ,member of Alpha Delta Pi ---- sorority and served as its Mr. and Mrs. Oran Svlvester president this past year. Emrich of Kansas Cit'y. Mis Mr. Peterson is also a Senior souri, announce the en~,a~e at Kansas State University ,,nd sent of their daughter, Patri- will receive his degree ii~ Ac- cia Ann, to Mr. Harold Clayt(m counting. He is a meml)er of Peterson, the son of Mr. and Delta Upsilonr fraternity. Party Trump It Club Entertained Mrs Harold Elmer Peter~on " ' 1) s _ - Marts City MeU ( dr. t M. Mayse and Mrs. -- of Mankato, Kansas. Church has been chosen by ,~pl( entertained with Mrs. Perry Kier entertained Miss Emrich is. a Senior at the bride for their wedding on bridge party at the the members of the Trump It Kansas State UmversJty and June 6. The couple uill make )am Tuesday even- Bridge Club at her home Wed- will receive her de;;ree m their home in Denver Colo 11. The quartet ta- nesday evening, April 12. Mrs. Child Development. She is a 7-----" " .'entered with bloom- W. G. Hills, Mrs. Frank Boyd, Vernon Terrllls Celebrate!Etta Nees, Chaplain, gave the . in colorful straw Sr., Mrs. Vivian Ost and Mrs. 2$th Wedding Aniversary iPrayers. Minutes of the last ts & an April show Lester Broyles were guests. _--- meeting were read and approv was carried out in The high score prizes were April 9th, 1967 markedthe ed. Communications were read lments served. The won by Mrs. Lowell Yasmer, 25th Wedding Anniversary of and Lena Berry and Ruby winners at, each Mrs. Frank Kissinger and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Terrill, Kale gave a report on the Dist. b received the prizes E. B. Beam. The hostess serv- 8930 San Bernardino Road, Cu- Convention at Belleville on Ap s, Frank Kissinger, ed refreshments. The nextcamonga, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. ;ril 8 and 9. Membership chair- 0rd Jones, Mrs. John meeting will be April 26 with Terrill were honored by a man, Virginia Rightmeier pre ~rs. Harold Ahrens, Mrs. Kissinger. group of friends at Starks Res- sented the following with mem- ,~l Zimmerman and Will Celebr-~-~e ------ taurant in Covina, Calif, where bership charms for collecting they enjoyed a lovely dinner. :10 or more names: Hulleen I/. Boyd, Jr. 60th Wedding Anniversary They then gathered at the:H~nson, ArLee Neilson, Lena ~Club Entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Collins home of Mr. and Mrs. Batista Berry, Ruby Kale, Mary Dia- will celebrate their 60 years of Pruneri. 38 Harford Place, mend and Blanche Thomas. ~rry Tyrell entertain marriage April 30. Due to champagne. The Terrills re-presented the names of the Lernbers of the Marl their health they do no plan to Upland, for wedding cake and i Essay Chairman, Ruby Kale, Ige Club at her home hold open huose but would en- ceived many lovely gifts of lwinners of the scholarship pro- ~Irs. Harold Peterson joy cards, letters and calls silver to honor the occaison. [gram, "Young America gllest. Refreshments Mr. Terrill is emplbyed by [Speaks and Acts", They are from their many friends. Lockheed Aircraft at Ontario ISteve Rose, Carol Mohler, Lin .~d by the hostess. All their children plan to be Interr, ational Airport, Mrs. Ida Louder, Elaine Kale, and Morris and Mrs. home for the occasion. They Terrill is just completing fif-[Jeannette Grout. Our Auxil- Ison received the are: Mr. and Mrs. E. Victor teen years as an employee of [lary will present awards to next meeting will Wilson, (Cleo), Hutchinson. Upland Feed & Fuel Co., Up- them on Class Night in May. with Mrs. Wilson. Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Dean A. land. Calif. The First place application, Rich, (Alda), Lake Tahoe, Mrs. Terrill is the former Steve Rose, was sent to Salina Club Meets Calif.; Murray Collins, Alame- Wilma Ross, daughter of Mrs. to be judged in the District. da, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Powell, (Louise), Mankato. Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hower, (Hilda), Temple, Tex.; and Carroll Collins of Man- kato, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Collins have nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren. ton Club met afternoon, April 13, of Mrs. P. G. With 16 members pre- were sere- hostess, The next be April 27 with Underwood. Atta Ross, Webber, Kuns. Mr. Terrill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Terrill of Burr Oak, Kans. Sunshine Circle Club The Sunshine Circle Club met with Gealie Blaylock on April 12 with i1 members an- swering roll call with "what we would like for our next gift exchange". Esther Hedges received a wedding anniver- sary gift. Ruby Scarrow guess- ed the guess box. Lenore Smith had a few games that were en- joyed by all present. The hos tess served a lovely lunch. The next meeting will be with Vel- ma Brown on April 26. V.F.W. Auxiliary 7830 _.___ The Jewell County Memorial Auxiliary 7830 met April l l. 1967 at the V.F.W. Hall at 8:00 p.m. with 11 members present. President Lena Berry pre- sided at the business meeting. The Flag Salute was given and only I'd saved money, I'd..." what? You'd take that trip.., or be able lay that unexpected bill without borrowing not have to worry so? When you save here safety plus interest-you'll have a spare-cash reserve, quickly available for things! Start saving here N EXT PAYDAY l BANK INSURED TO $1B,000.0O BY F.DJ[.C. President appointed Sada el- son as the installing officer who will officially install all the elected and appointive offl cers at our next meeting on May 9. 1967 at 8:00 p.m. It is the duty of all officers to be )resent. The meetin& closed and re- reshments of the different kinds of cheese, our prize dis- trict gift, crackers and coffee mrved by Lena Berry, Ethel and Syrena Hanson were en- loyed by all. ',hrlstlan Gleaners The Christian Gleaners met | I | I I | April II'."Ida Badger led us in prayer. We saluted the Amer- ican Flag, the Christian Flag and the Bible. We sang "The Beauty of Jesus". Ollie Reager used for devotions, "Jesus, the Divine Companion". Ollie led us in prayer. We sang "Break Thou the Bread of Life". The scripture, Luke 10:38-42 was read. We sang "I Need Jesus". Itha Seamans read "Recipe for Happiness". Elda Deiter read "Our Daily Bread". Ida Badger read "Vitamins". Ollie read the poem "Kitchen Pray- er". Delores Hines and Pat Hunter sang a duet "The ! I IIII I Touch of His Hand on Mine". elite read the poem "The Prayer for the Little Kitchen". Twelve members answered roll call. We had two visitors, Elda Deeter & Jay Diamond. Min- utes of the last meeting were read and approved. Betty Mc- Atee read the treasurer's re- port. Lenore Smith gave the card report. 30 church calls were reported: The 21st of Ap- ril we will have a pot luck supper. "The Gospelaires" from Nebraska Christian Col- lege will be here to present the, Gospel in Music and Word. Also we will be privileged to I WlCLL C UNYY Thursday, April m, IHT Pal 8 - Seema 1 I i I i ~ | fellowship with David Rees, Missionary to India. On April 25 we will have work day ,to pack clothing to be sent to Cookson Hills Christian Home and Kiamichi Christian Mis- sion. We will have a pot luck dinner at noon. We closed the meeting by praying "The Lord's Prayer" together. The hostess was Grace Crlstman. --Reporter. - ~ r IIIII I I -. Birthday cards and dollars were sent to three of our Kan- sas Cottage children at the National ttome in Eaton Rap- ids, Mich. The President ap- pointed ttulleen Hanson, chair- man, Lena Gering and Faryl Lange as a committee for Teachers' Day. Loyalty Day was also discussed. There was discussion on the Convalescent Hospital and the Post and Auxiliary have met their quota according to Vir- ginia Rightmeier, co-chairman of the hospital drive. At the present plans are being made to furnish a Doctors' Room by V.F.W. Post and Auxiliary 7830. The election of officers were held and the following were elected for 1967 and 1968: President, Lena Berry; Sr. m m mlm :, 'I COOK'S FINEST ' !1 /Ill 5.Quart m I Polyethylene I I ,. I , Ut, l,ty PAIL, I or I l' faK m 9 x 12-in. 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