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: :. ; : ~/):: ~:~ : ~ / ~,?~/ . i / ;i i ! : ? .} ~ C~ ~CORD MA21KATO~, KANSAS lift RSD~Y, APt~IL 21 Weir ? is to be a basket the morn- this Sunday at Church. This the Carl West- worked and war- for years in For- are now worship- in Mankato. All who are invited, and g their own guestg for lunch visit at the were Mrs. ,son and her sister, Gunther of Ellis, representation of Church attended the Union at the Covenant Courtland last evening. Rev. Paul delivered the even- : scnllon. ~nd'Mrs. Dennis Ap- r~ihd Terry and Johp, of Wichita were :uests of Mr. and Appleby and r relatives. Hyde of Os- {Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Osborne of Courtland Ly afternoon of Mrs. Grace ttyde. Bowles was a visitor of Its. Raldo Hale of md Mrs. Bruce How- Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. H. :and~ Chas. Hout. Stella Chadd enter- ~ he Helping Hand r at her home in Court- afternoon. officers was held f011owinr, elected: President; . Dunstan, Vice- and Esther Ber- Sec.-Treas. Secret were revealed. Nice the group for Sunday dinner at the Doxon home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sim- mons and children and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nitcher and daughter, Sandra, of Belle- ville were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simmons. Don't forget the creamed chicken and hot biscuit sup- per sponsored by the Amer- ican Legion Auxiliary at the Legion Hall on Saturday evening, April 23. Serving starts at 5:30. Workmen from Iowa are repairing and painting the water tower and tank on the inside and outside. Meter pits are being enlarged and new meters are being in- stalled where necessary. Mr. and Mrs. Don Keeler and Stanley of Derby, Kans spent the weekend visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler, her mother, Mrs. Anna Kinsey of Super-- Jar, and other relatives at Montrose. 19Ir. and Mrs. Nek- son Keeler, Julie and Jeff[, were Sunday dinner guests of the Roy Keelers. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lovelace of Bartlesvi]le, Okla are the parents ,of a baby boy, Duane Paul, born April 5. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sor- ick of Oklahoma City. Mrs. Georgia Stafford of Formosa is the baby's great grand- mother. Winston Clark returned to his home at Moorcroft, Wyo last week after spend- ing the winter with his mo- ther, Mrs. Grace Hyde. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hetting- er spent the Easter weekend at the home of his brother, FARM NOTICE BUREAU MEMBERS POLICY MEETING .Fa m Bureau Office - April 22, 1966 8p.m. ALL MEMBERS ATTEND YOUR ANNUAL MEETING DISTRICT NO. 4 Mr. Edwin, ,his father, Charley Hayes of Randall, and at the home of his brother-in-~,aw, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohler' and fam- ily of Formosa. The Formos~ Grade School Athletic Bax~quet will be ;held Friday evening, April 129, at 6:30 p.m. at the I school auditorium. Coach James Auderson of Court- land will. be guest speaker. Bob L~nton of Randall and Red McCutcheon of Court- land were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe HaskiJ~s, in observance of Mr. Linton's 83rd birthday. Members of the Mystic Cire:le Club and their fam- ilies held their once-a-month pot luck supper on Monday e~ening at the school audi- torium with a good attend- ~ffllce. Sunday afternoon and evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins were Mrs. Maude Abram and Patty of Jamestown, and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Menhusen, Kim and Bradley, of Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Emigh were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias. Saturday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bucknell of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. John Mag- nusson. Mrs, Theresa Howell and Jim spent the weekend at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Volker and children, at Stafford, Kans. Mrs. Georgia Stafford re- turned home with them af- ter spending three weeks in the Volker home. Miss Ruth Logan started to work last week at the Sunset Nursing Home in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dieck- 'man and sons of Alton were weekend guests of her mo- ther, Mrs. W. F. Logan. Miss Elaine Patrick and her roommate, Miss Kathy Walker of Sharon Springs, Kans college students at Fort Hays Kansas State Col- lege, spent the weekend at the home of Elaine's par- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lund- blade of Courtland were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patrick. In the afternoon they all took Elaine and her roommate back to Hays, and visited at the home of the Lundblades' son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lundblade, in Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Westin of Mankato were Sunday afternoon visitor~ of Mrs. Bertha Greenb~rg:: Mrs. Dewayne Lindberg and Mrs. Paul Freeman and children of Courtland spent Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elsie Shedden. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Falk of Jewell and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell drove to Wash- ington, Kans Sunday after- noon and visited Albert An- derson of Republic, who is a patient in the Washington hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Jim LtLnd- blade of Courtland and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Patrick were Monday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl FIorell. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kingsley and Mr. and Mrs. Orville James were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray of Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Peterson of Arcadia, Calif Couer d' Alene, Idaho. IMrs. Meda ac( ric Hil L Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Free Glen Dewey went to Red and children of Courtland were Sunday afternoon vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Blake Dewey. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dun- igan of Sweet Home, Ore were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dunigan. :;Forrest Dempsey and his brother, Marr, drove to Franklin, Nebr on Saturday to attend a Black Angus cattle sale. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dahl and family, Mrs. Florence Haecker and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haecker and Jill were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dahl and family, in observanc~ of Mrs Melvin Dahl's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Keeler rnade a busirmss trip to Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sim- mons were Saturday evenina visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grimm. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Isaac- son of 1.i,~coln. Nebr were weekend guests at the home of his b:'other, Mr. and Mrs. Edyar isnaeson. Mrs. Cleo Blanding spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cloud, Nebr Monday where he underwent a medical check-up at the hospital. Mrs. Louella Snyder en- tertained the Chesebro Clu,a at her home Thursday af- ternoon with eight members present, lnvited guests were Mrs. Roy Keeler and Mrs. Roy Powell. Nice refresh- ments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Meter of Lovewell were : Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jepson. Mr. and Mi's. Frank Frasier Were supper guests. The Formoso AF & AM and Chapter No. 353 O.E.S. held a reception at the Ma- sonic Hall. Monday evening, ,o honor a 50-year member, Chas. Howland. The presen- tation program was in charge of Mr. Owen Hodg- son, Past Grand Master of Kansas, from Salina. Mr. Hodgson pinned on the 50- year pin of the Masonic Lodge for Mr. Howland. Fol- lowing this, the Eastern Star officers took their chairs. Mr. Hodgson gave a nice talk, and the 50-year pm for the Eastern St,ar was pinned on Mr. Howland by Mrs. Robert Howland a niece. Chaplain o'f the O.E.S. The O.E.S. members presented a short program. Mr. Hodgson and Mr. Howland each gave a very appropriate speech. Refreshments were served from a decorated dining table centered by a four-tier- ford was a. guest. Nice ! fre~hments were Mrs. Laura Spiegel Mrs. Ethel Clark spent day in Belleville with and Mrs. Verne Glens. Mrs. Ruth Spiegel of dell called on Mrs. Joerg, Thursday. Mrs. Vernie Emigh, Miss Sarah el's daughter Mrs. Baird and MrS. M~rgar~t Cashman and son of Gertson served the punch, Riley, Kans are assisted by other members. Randall and were Visitors were present from Formoso friends and Mankato, Burr Oak, Jewell, l tives Saturday. Jamestown. Scandia and ] Mrs. Ethel Clark, Belleville, also relatives and lma Joerg, Mrs. Glenn friends from Formoso. Two lev, Mrs. Harold Morris other 50-year members oft Mrs. Margaret Gertson the Formoso Ci~apter were l ed on friends in the unable to be prc:~er;t, Mrs.I Samaritan Nursing Home Ruth Piper of Ven~el, Utah,[Superior, Nebr Saturday, and Miss Rmh Itopkins ofI Mrs. Mabel James enl~ Wichita. Their pins were[ tained a group of lad mailed to them. Several pic- With a Tupperware party tures were taken during the her home Friday. ,2~ 5 ning. Miss Delia Joerg of Beloit Mrs. Jessie Lantis and Mrs. Emma Joera were Esbon spent Easter at dinner guests Sunday of home of he:" sister, Mrs. Clara Breckencamp and Raymond Nichols. Mrs. Margaret Gcrt~ou a~ the Bu~fi)lo Roam dininy, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobt~ oom in Mankato. Celebrate 40th Dr. and Mrs. Emory Gert- son of Atwood called Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Earl urday on M;'s. Ernnqa .locr;~ will celebrate their and Mrs. Margaret Gc;"~s m. Wedding Anniversary, They were enroute to Abi- :lay, May 1, with open lene to spend the we kend at the home of their with their daughter, Mrs. !er and her husband, Dale Emig, Dr. Emig and and Mrs. Marvin two children, northwest of Formoso. The Formoso American Legion Auxiliary held their Cecil Korb, who April meeting Friday after- went major surgery noon at the Legion Hail w!th ago, is home and able tO Mrs. Emma Joerg as h~,st- uP and out and is ess. Following the business his strength slowly. session, plans were complet- ed for the suoper which will Mr. and Mrs. Verno~ be held on Satu:day even- Hamilton attended the 1 ing. versity of Scouting at Je~ Mrs. Alice Doxen was on Sunday afternoon. hostess to the Hawthorne Hamilton was instructor Club at her home Thursday the course, "The Pack afternoon. Mrs. Minnie Staf-!ing". 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