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) - APRIL 21," 1966' Club Thursday Finesse Bridge Club at the home of Mrs. Ray on Apr. 14. Guests Mrs. J. R. White, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Eaton Honors were a by Mrs. White and Mrs. The hostess served The next: will be May 12 at of Mrs. Chet Mor- Club Clio Club met Friday, 15, with Miss Harriet Miss Case is a charter mon and Elsie Broyles re- ceived the prizes. A guest prize was presented to Mrs. Walker. The next meeting will be with Beulah Brink- worth on Saturday, Apr. 23. stephanotis on a white Bible. Honor attendants were Mrs. Wayne Beall, Hutchin- son, sister of the bride, and James Gray, Dallas, Texas, friend of the groom. Mahlon Rice, Ypsilanti, Mich cous- in of the bride, was usher. A reception followed the Ceremony in the church Fel- lowship Hall. School friends of the" bride, Jennie Wil- liams, Helene Missildine, Judy Gesil and Shirley Her- ron, all of Hutchinson, serv- ed the wedding cake, punch, mints and nuts. The bride's colors of yellow and white were carried out in the sere- ing table. Mrs. Wood is a graduate of Hutchinson Junior Col- lege, and attended Southern Methodist University at Dal- las, Texas. She is employed in the Personnel Division at Texas Instruments in Dallas. of the Clio Club and The groom is a graduate !given recognition by the of Ogden State University, District Federation of Ogden, Utah. He is Person- len's Clubs last fall. i nel Administrator at Texas Frank Boyd gave a re-[Engagement Announced Instruments in Dallas. of the State FederationI -- After a wedding trip to ng which was held in Mr. and Mrs. John Mont-tNew Orleans, La the couple ence last week. Re- gomery of Superior, Nebr. iwill be at home in Dallas merits were enjoyed, announce the engagement after April 25. next meeting will bel of their daughter, Donna Mrs. Wood is the grand- Mildred Cummings the Kay, to Gene Ahrens, son ] daughter of Mrs. W. R. Mit- Friday in May. of Mr. and Mrs. Chrissie[chell of Mankato and the Ahrens of Mankato, Kansas. ]late Judge Mitchell, also of An October wedding is be-the late Mr. and Mrs. Mah- ing planned. Ion Russell of Mankato. Kensington Club . The Kensington Club met Thursday, Apr. 14, with Edith Ost. Twelve members were present. Refreshments were served during the' af- ternoon. The next meeting will be with Elsie Broyles on Apr. 28. T & E Bridge Club Mrs. Elsie Howard enter- tained the members of the T & E Bridge Club at her home Apr. 14. The bridge Mrs. Lovona Bartley Mr. and Mrs. Veryl Dietz and Danny of Garnett and Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz were Monday dinner guests of Mrs. Bertha Dietz at the Mainliner in Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose and family are enjoying a new colored TV set. Mr. and Mrs. John Bur- dett have been getting the house ready to move to a new location in Ionia. The prizes were won by Miss Lela Lamb and Mrs. Finley house they purchased is lo- Smith, and Mrs. Russell cated on the Matt Kohn Hooker received the travel- farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bud ing prize. Refreshments were Boden have purchased the served by the hostess. The Burdett farm and Glen Wood, Ogden, Utah, satur- day afternoon, April 16, at Hutchinson Trinity Metho- dist Church. ,~ Officiating was th. Rev. Keith Deudeck, friend of the family, minister at the Pret-! ty Prairie Methodist Church. Altar decorations were baskets of white gladioli tied with yellow ribbon bows, and two seven'branched i candelabra tied with green- ery and white ribbon bows. Mrs. Pearl Klaver, Hutch- inson, musician, played a re- cital of organ numbers pre- ceding the wedding mony. The bride wore a white wool designer's suit with a small pillbox hat and veil. She carried a white orchid with a cascade of white Announced Lela Dillon, Burr next meeting will be Apr. Kans announces the 28 with Lela Lamb. ement of her daughter, [ Waneta, 328 South[MITCHELL-WOOD :h, Salina, to Quinton[ Brown, R. R. 3, Abi-] Diane Mitchell, daughter Kans son of Mrs. l of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mit- chell, 123 East 19th St Brown, also of R. R.[ i Hutchinson, was united in bride to be is a grad- marriage to Van Wood, son of Burr Oak Nigh of Mr. and Mrs. William O. and is employed at Hospital School Salina. Her is a graduate of D. Q. H. S Chapman, and zed at Kooken Elec- Inc Abilene, Kans. autumn wedding is P. M. Club P. M. Club met on Apr. 16, at the of Mrs. Clyde Such- with eleven members one guest, Mrs. Ed present. The hostess lovely refreshments. ~hort business meeting held by our President, O. D. Vance. Canasta played the remainder of evening. Helen McCam- Schmidt now owns the Kohn land. Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Ted Thummel whose marriage has been announc- ed. Mrs. Thummel is the daughter of Mrs. Verda A1- corn and at present is the music instructor in Manhat- tan Junior High. Ted is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Thummel and is engaged in] farming with his father. I Glen and Gall Kincheloel assisted Kent SlaughterI with his carpenter work] last week. ] Mrs. Verda Alcorn spent~ last week in Manhattan with her daughter, Mrs. Ted] Thummel, and family. Mrs.[ Gordon Alcorn was inI charge of the Ionia Variety! during Verda s absence. Some of the High School girls of this area attended HoslSitality Day at Kansas State University at Manhat- tan on Saturday. The Jewell County Track meet was held at Jewell Thursday afternoon. The weather cooperated very nicely for the athletes. Curtis Shoemaker received 3rd place in Boys Class A high jump. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bart- ley were in Superior Friday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose & family and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rose and Tim are to have a young man from Venezuela at their homes for the next six months to study and observe their swine production. These are two young folks from Vene- zuela, who are sponsored by the Solomon Valley Baptist Church to be in this area to l observe and learn of Live- stock Production. The Bob & Arnold Rose families were the ones to show them abou swine observation. .This is a reminder that th~ Red Cross needs contribu- tions for the ditty bags for the boys in Viet Nam and were Sunday dinner gueSts lutes 'of the. last meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dauber I were read by SeCretary Jean at Mankato. Boden. They were approved Mrs. Ella Anderson was hostess Sunday for a birth- day dinner honoring Mrs. Verda Alcorn. Attending were Mrs. Alcorn, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Andersan, Mrs. Willa Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Thummel and Trey Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Col- son visited Tuesday after- noon with her uncle, Fred Rice. Fred was feeling real well & will observe his 88th birthday in July. Lester and Charles Bar- as read. Treasurer Jean Rose gave the Financial State- i ment. Mary Simmelink and Martha Stites were appoint- ed to the*Auditing Commit- tee. Mr. Lamont announced that the Metropol.ition A- chievement Tests were given to Grades 3 - 8 in Ionia. I Parents were asked to see results of their children by consulting the Instructor. Mrs. Stetler announced the Spring Concert will be given and the date to Be announc- ,ed later. nett, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus[ Guest Speaker was Larry Manchester and Mrs. GlennlMcKinnis, Music Instructor Bartley attended the funeral of Esbon Rural School. He services for their brother-in- told of the Courses and extra law and uncle, Roy Dutton, curricular activities there. at the Kramer Funeral For the program, the band, Home in Mankato Saturday directed by. Mrs. S~t.ler, afternoon. Interment was in played 3 number~ - "Wood the family lot in the Esbon Nymph," "Ship Ahoy," and Cemetery. During my H~gh 'Watch It, Sch ?~ieDaySre~hend scht ~[ inT~ev.thaba2dw~ Pml:Ye school practice and while I i a tape recording of the num- was employed at the Esbonlbers' playing it back for the Telephone office I was ala~adience. Several students frequent visitor at the home]also volunteered to make of Aunt Sylvia .and Uncle lshort recordings -;P, laylet, Roy. Uncle Roy is survivedI "Kansas Day History = 4th, by his brother, Jim and wife, [ 5th and 6th grades; Trumpet Grace, of Esbon, cousins, I Solo, "Bugler Holiday nieces and nephews. I Larry McKinnis, Showing of Mrs. Doyle Remus, Anita I Slides of Europe - Larry Mc- and Loren were WednesdayI Kinnis afternoon visitors of Mr. &[ Meeting was adjourned Mrs. Lester Colson. . land refreshments of cookies, The Bible Class and Tea-]kool-ade and coffee were cher of the Ionia E. U. B. served by Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Church were hosts to a nold Rose, Mr. and Mrs. I. meeting Sunday evening. Mrs. Ethie Wilson baked several cakes and served coffee or the refreshments. Hal Totten showed movies of their Alaska vacation trip. Mrs. Lillie Moon of Burr Oak was a Friday afternoon visitor of Mrs. Mae Terrill. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Tucker and Tommy and Carolyn Tucker were Satur- day evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Colson. Nell Manchester spent Saturday afternoon with Gall Bartley. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Mae Terrill were Mrs Inez McCary and Mrs. Gertrude Biggs of Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Billen- willms of Salina, Bessie Stites, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mcorn and Billy Frost. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz md Mrs. Dean Leonard and~ Jacklyn enjoyed Wednesday dinner at t~e :Frontier Cafe, in Mankato. i Steve, Gary and Craig Dietz of Clay Center were] Saturday overnight andI Sunday guests of their] grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I Rolla Dietz and Sherri while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dietz attended a birth- day dinner honoring Paul Van Wey of Colby. April is designated Can- cer Month. I have been ask- ed to help in the east half of Odessa Township. I will be calling at your homes soon for this worthy cause. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bart- ley and Gall spent Sunday Brummer and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Tucker. ---LoVona Bartley, P.C. Attention All Farmers and Rural Business Men Recent statements made by the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advis- ers to the President, and steps taken by the Secretary of Commerce concerning the exports of hides and by the Secretary of Defense in or- dering restrictions on the buying of certain food items for the armed forces, point to the development of a government policy to use governmental pressure to keep farm prices low. Statements made by other high: government officials, including the President him: self, indicate a growing ac- ceptance for such a policy. The Council of Economic Advisers to the President has: ~r some ti~: seemed unaware of the need for realistic & fair farm prices. Everyone recognizes that runaway inflation would be detrimental to the entire nation. But as long as the rest Of the economy con- tinues to expand and the prices of all other commo- dities continue to rise in a growing prosperity, it is un- fair for public opinion to be swayed against farmers in an effort to keep farm prices low. Even though the prices paid to farmers for some farm commodities have risen in recent months, farm in- come still lags behind the portance to the welfare and led with each member re- future of the farmers and ofI ceiving a prize & then Mrs. the rural business men. We Edith Reinert won the must not let public opinion Stand-Up Bingo prize. Re- freshments of strawberry be swayed against farmers and rural America without letting our voice be heard. This all points out that farm- ers can depend, only upon themselves and that, they !must unite and bargain col-, lectively under the NFO in order to get and maintain realistic and fair farm prices. But at the same time we must be certain that the public is correctly informed of the necessity of realistic and fair farm prices. Food is still the best buy in Amer- ica. One hour's wages will buy more food than ever be- fore in the history of our country. The per capita in- come of farmers last year was only 63% of the per capita income of the non- dessert, crackers and coffee were served. 'The meeting adjourned to meet May 4th with Dorothy Dodd: -- L. F. - Reporter Formoso Willing Workers Several new faces were observed at our April meet- ing, eighteen of them to be exact. Not really such for- eign visages to our club members, for these were fellow 4-Hers from the Man- kato club. With company on the scene, ice-breakers were in order, so Dannie Dempsey conducted some recreation designed for just such a purpose which filled the bill quite well. farm population. The two clubs separated The statements of leaders so that each could discuss are not enough in this case. their new business separate- Individual letters to the ly but reunited for the pro- President explaining the gram. Jennifer Young gave problems of rural America us a fine demonstration of and the necessity of realistic her favorite project, knit- and fair farm prices should ring. Kathleen Kinsey pre- be written immediately. No sented music appreciation one else can speak for you by playing a piano solo, in this matter. You must["A.M. & P.M." for us. Next speak for yourself. Let your[came a surprise number by voice be heard. If your voice]the Mankato club, which is heard loud enough then]was a very clever skit. The governmental attitude will[group was served refresh- be changed. Let it be known[ ments, but not before a few that farmers and rural Am-]more games which were erica are still alive and can 'made all the more fun be- be heard. Write President cause the group mixed very Lyndon B. Johnson, The well. Dale White House, Washington, -- Switzer, Jr Rep. D. C. ---Jewell County NFO Mrs. Ruth Obert, Publicity Chairman Extension Homemakers Advisory Committee "Take Time" was the poem read by Mrs. Glen Kindler when she called the Jewell County Extension Homemakers Advisory Committee to order on:Ap- ril 11. Roll call was taken, with only half of our town- ship representatives present. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. At the treasurer's report we learned that $24 was collect- ed at the Spring Tea which will be put in the Sr~urth- waite House fund. A thank you was given to the clubs who were hosts to the Tea. The District E. H. meet- ing will be held in Beloit on ~Mtty i 2rid beginning at p. m~ Each club.must be rep- resented. Jewoll ' County is to furnish tags and signs. Miss Lucy Wiley will be responsible for them. The next Immunization Clinic will be held at the Armory in Mankato on May 4 and in Jewell on May 5. Mrs. Clarence Jensby gave an interetsing report on the trip to Wichita for Homemakers Recognition Day. A reception was held at that time for Dr. Shirley Marsh, state leader. The National Extension Homemakers Council will be held in Fort Collins, Colo. August 14 to 18.Tours are Kenneth Vobo~l ~ : meeting will be in Lansing, ladies for the $300.00 schol- Michigan in 1968. Our "Pen- arship presented by the Pep- nes for Friendship" is for si Cola Bottlers of Salin~ this organization and a drive and the Concordia Banks is being made for each mem- (Cloud County, Fidelity, ber to send in 25c to help First National and Central bring a foreign woman te Savings). the meeting, as this is ~ In addition to the scholar- world wide organization, ship award, the new Miss The Council of Women's N. C. K. will receive many meeting will meet on Oct itemsof clothing from Con- 5 and 6 this fall in Wichita cordia businesses and an all- The meeting adjourned tc expense paid trip for she and meet May 9 at 9:30 a. m her chaperone to Pratt in We hope all 25 representa- July where she will compete tires will be present, in the Miss Kansas Pageant. --Mrs.Claude Frost, PRC Happy Hour Club Sharing the spotlight with the contestants will be three lovely young ladies who will seek to entertain the 'expec- ted capacity crowd. They Happy Hour club met are Mary Ann McConahey, with Mrs. Johnny Beam last Miss N. C. K. of 1964, Janet will be represented at:: American t.egion by Kenneth Vobori Darrell Marr. Both arq Mr. and Mrs. students and have beel~ Beeler of Randall, Don Beel- er and Mrs. O. R. Beeler of tire in athletics and Beloit were callers at the extra cu:ricular Leo Parsons home Sunday Kenneth is being by the Perry A. Lamb afternoon, ican Legion Post Darrell is being by the Esbon Lion's zation. ~; The Concordia Jaycees wish to announce the selec- tion of Miss Larkie A. Korb as a contestant in the 3rd Annual Miss North Central Kansas. Scholarship Pageant. The Pageant is an official Miss America pre- limindry and will take place at 8:00 p.m Saturday, April 23rd, in the Concordia High School auditorium. Larkie is 19 years old and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Korb, Jr of Burr Oak, Kansas. Larkie graduated from Burr Oak Linda Dixie Dixie Obert and Reinert, juniors in High Sch(~l, have ected by the ion Auxiliary to Kansas Girls State. Both girls are ents and active tivities of the sch~l, Summer Wedding [State University where she is a member of Kappa Delta , and Mrs. G~rge Ni- sorority. Mr. Gaasbeek has , 912 North Tenth, an- served in the United States ".e the engagement of Navy and is presently a jun- daughter, ~ret ior majoring in geology at , toMax V~ State. Mr. and :: wedding rill take also needs help to sew them. Wednesday with 10 mere- K. Herbin, the current reign- Mrs. Bud Hills of Mankato bers present. The meeting ing Miss N. C. K. and Kan- is chairman. The material is was opened by singing the sas Wheat Queen, and Miss to be bought, volunteers are OUTSTANDING SCHOL-[a recent seminar and pro- club song. Minutes were Mimi Frink, Miss Kansas. Hays, Kans. -- ASTIC promise in home eco- ] gram which was attended needed to make them and nomics has resulted in an]by the parents of many of read and treasurer s report A parade of contestants Icy, Fort Hays State i the Red Cross fills them with the toilet articles for invitation to participate in[ the students invited to par-given. There was no old to start the whirlwind of junior from Esbon, isi cent initiate of Pi Ome1 the servicemen overseas, the Kansas State Universityl ticipate. Students, who business but the ladies were competitive activities which national honorary bu~ Ed Fedde came home on College of Home Economics] enter the special program informed of the next Im- make up a pageant will be Friday from an eleven days Master's Degree Project for are assigned advisers, who munization Clinic dates. An held in Concordia on Thurs- education fraternityi invitation was extended to day afternoon, April 21st, at Requirements for:ii stay at the Community Hos- Patricia Intermill, Webber. aremembers of the Grad- the ladies to attend the pub- 3:00 p.m. bership in the frateriiit pital. He feels fairly well & The purpose of the pro- uate Faculty. These advisers was ve:y glad to get home. ject is to bring it to the at- work closely with the lic meeting, "Credit has Performing at the parade a 1.5 (B-) overall g~e Sunday afternoon callers tention of qualified K-State students in planning the re- many faces" which will be will be local bands plus sev- and a 2.00 (B) average! of Mrs. Emma Brinkworth home economics students, mainder of their under- Wednesday, April 20. It eral precision drill teams field of busin~. F: and Ed Fedde were Mrs. even as early as their fresh- graduate and graduate study was decided to have a night and a drum. and bugle corps hours of business ~ supper and card party Sat. from St. John s Military been completed, Anna Schultz, Carl Calvin, man year, I'~ h t ~rams. Shown here at ev~ng with Mr. and MI'S,r Academy in Salina. Miss Ba Mildred and Matha, Mr, and ing ' ! ~ t1~ seminar for the in busines,~ ' Darrell Marl" ::;' Esbon Rural: Hi