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April 21, 1966     Jewell County Record
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% "* , ' 2B : " JeWeI1 :Couflt Record, Mankate . Kansas THURSDAY, APR1L 21, 1966 ':: ~ ' ' II the engagement of the, r We~tm.: A very mte restmgl [ Trebilcock of Ford announ~ce sage .was read bY.Mrs. CarlI Smternood met,tuesday, [of Mrs, J,n Menhusen. lags, Apr. 14, at the home of]members answered roll call.! Hill, Sr Stark, announce Apr. 12, at the home of Mrs. -- Mrs. Lowell Yasmer. The l Our visitors were Mrs. Rob- the engagement of their i~l~ Idm,hter Wanda- to Philip program was pre:;entea oy,I Ralph Waugh. Mr~ Lewis lTrump It Club Entertainedo,guests were Mrs. W. G. erts, Miss Arleta Seamans, daughter, Martha Jane, ,to i II~F"~:;:'-K w~son' so ,-~ ~'~, .~ T'~, and~) Game Prot:,cto: Gary t ies~-,Licnty of Mansfield, Mo ] --- Hills, Mrs. Eldon Grout, Mrs. Switzer, Mrs. Ota New- Leo V. Jacobs, son of Mrs. I ,; -'~:, ~-~v, W~ "on of : e. tle si:( wed beautifu I was a guest. Mrs. A. T. Men-I Mrs. Clifford Jones enter- Mrs. Buck Roberts, and Mrs. lin, Shane Applegate Ralph Lulu Jacobs, Jewell. M.agl I [Man.t-am. Both are students on the prese)vatlon oft busch, president, and Mrs. l tained the members of the James Deckerl The high Hamilton, Marsha Coffman Miss Hill is employed as I-.r ~: * t:a,'s '(w,'as Statelwhdlff,'-, and answerea many Joe R. Beeler reported on alTrump It Bridge Club and score prizes were won by and Lynette Wilson. Presi-the Commerce teacher at C ' ' /~- *," ~ :' *'c * ~ nb~r'" ' wed-lc, u:~:tions" abo,~t the deer r-omm~ttee me~ting at Con- guests at the Buffalo Roam Mrs. Charles Ramey, Mrs. dent Alberta Diamond pre- Marquette High School. Her / ~(,lld~ C. /4. c)cptva~ --,"~ "~",~ " ." Ny,~p"-r. 21-- I'.nr," "")s o,m,eu.', ,--, ~ a',d, ,wild tu,"'-'eys,~. 2now m cordia they had attended to Party Room, on Wednesday, Bud Hills, Mrs. Bradley Judy sided at the business meet- fiance is engaged in farming ] " ; Jewe~ county. We w~.-re sur- make plans for the 1967 Apr. 13. Refreshments were and Mrs. Roberts. Refresh- ing. Betty McAtee gave the near Montrose. i~e~A~Wee ' Club~Mrs~ 'prised to learn that ever state convention, which will served during the evening, ments were served by the Treasurer's report. Twenty- The wedding will be in ;, Rex Freeman ninety tons of deer meat be in Concordia. Mrs. Joe Mrs. J. R. White received hostess. The next meeting nine church calls were re- May. Minerva Club; Mrs. J. C. LeBow Busy Bee Club, Betva "Korb Flower Lovers Club~ Mrs. . Clyde Suchsland Thut:s, Eve. Bridge Club, Mrs, W. G. Hills Apr. 25~ : ' Dozen Club, Ray i Rebekah ' Octo Club;' Mrs. Robots 28-- :C.ti~I :~ Lela Announced Charley The Desire Tobey Sears Chap;eL N.S.D.A.R met on Apr. l i :qt the party room of the BuKalo Roam Steak House. H~stesses were Mrs. Bradley Judy, Mrs, L. R, Chandler, Mrs. N. M. Fair, and Mrs. J. E. Logback. The meeting was opened in reg- t'lar form wilh dew)tions by the Chaplain, Mrs. Howard Edwards, followed by the Flag Salute, American's Creed, Regent's Salutation, and the National Anthem. The President General's Mes- i %:: i!11% ;:iii ,::: !? j~ >, ~ i,i~ii:i, ~i : ,',:::> :::i : :~ ~ i I :~!~: : ,wi m Coop- an- ement of Glenda Charles SOli of Mr. and Kei-~or 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 wadding is plan- ned. MILLING INC. The Home of Feeds - Mid.west best were "harvested" ia Kansas this season. The !,J:~tional k~efense report was given by M:s. Joe R. Beeler. After the meeting, refreshments were ser,ed. Next meeting will be ,lurm 13, a breakfast meeting at ,le~vell. Our State [*,event p~:lllS ,to be with us at il-mt time. Chapter' x'2N, P.E.O. Chapter C~N of the P.E.O. LeBow told of a P.E.O. lt, ncheon she had attended at Clearwater, Florida. The program was "International Peace Scholarships" by Mrs. Bradley Judy and ' 'We fare and Trust Fund" by 'Mrs. F. W. Bc~yd, ,Jr. The ch~lp~r mcmb~:r,~ have been i~vi@d to altend a luncheon' May2 at Beatrice, Nebr, guests of Mrs. Grace M.' Mani~ml. 1 The next regular meeting wi!l be Apr. 26 at the'home the traveling prize and Mrs. Frank Kissinger, Mrs. Perry Kier, Mrs. Curtis Folsom, Mrs. F. R. Fair and Mrs. F. I W. Boyd, Jr:, won the high score priz~.s. The next meet- ing will l~e with Mrs. Perry 'Kier. = i!" Kiltie Club Thursday Memhers of the Kiltie Bridge Club and guests were entertained Thursday even- will be Apr. 28 with Mrs. Judy. Christian Gleaners The Christian Gleaners met on Apr. 12. We sang "Help Me Find My Place". Jean ttamilton was at the piano. Betty MeAtee led us in prayer. Joy Coffman had devotions. Jean Hamilton taught Lesson 22, "Begin- ning Of The Church". Ten ported. Alberta read a letter from Missionaries in the Philippines. Alberta led us in closing prayer. Hostesses were Dora Belden and Grace Cristman. Next meeting will be April 26. Devotional lead- er, Ida Applegate, and host- esses, Alberta Diamond and Sandra Naylor. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Supper Club Meets The Supper Club met on Monday, Apr. 18, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Suehsland. The prizes were won by Mrs. Harold Ahrens, Harold Peterson, Mrs. Merl Reager and Harold Ahrens. The next meeting the hus- bands will entertain the ladies with a Mother's Day dinner May 15. $' Fruit . NEW Half Golden Cream St 'le$or Whole Kernel ~ C~ 303 Cams SlOO E ,o. 4 zc q00 Firm CRUSFIED CHUNK TIDBI1L5 OT, TAgE F OZEN i B TYET N '211 c'$100 -f. DEL MONTE MANDARIN' BESTYET SMALL 11 -oz. cans 30-oz. . . . . . carton 6 z. 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