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April 27, 1967     Jewell County Record
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and -, . ----- member when it was owned by and costs. Thursday, .44adl ~, 1~ 7~a~,~ wnursaay, April 27 - Pearl Klnman and now by the Alfred Henninger, et al, vs, , Patl~ | -, ~ 1 .(Items must be In by noon M Kensington Club - Mrs. Rheas. Elsie J. Hennlnger, et a~l. Par- , - + Philip Underwood As years passed ,the SAm- titian Suit, Election approved Mrs, Boyd's mqther, Mrs. Gert- ~~r ~ ~iiii~~ T & E Club - Mrs. Russell roans moved Just outside the and conflrmed, rude Flare. ' Hooker southeast corner of the town H.L. Appleby & John Fuller Mrs. Mariann Neeper was a fill ~i ''i+' :!iiii':i~i!i i ~+ 'i Kiltie Club-Mrs. Bud Hills site, and my folks bought the vs. Edna Frances Appleby, et Monday, April 24, visitor in the "'J ~ i i!!!!!I Blde-A-Wee Club - LaVona home at the location of the al. Partltlon Sult. Motion to Home. Thronson present R. E. A. building,confirm sale approved. Father James Hoover of St: |aturday, April 29- As little girls we still kept Sandra Fiene and Bruce ,Theresa's Church held the, Friday P. M. Club- Mrs. our friendship, quarrels, and Fiene by LeRoy Fiene vs. Sunday afternoon, April ~rd~ Lester Broyles Joys, and walked more than Wayne Broeckelman. Damage service for us. : ~!!i Monday, May I - that mile for our visits - as Suit. Judgment allowed as per Junior Clio Club - Brunch [did our mothers, with no Journal Entry. Mrs. Charles Tillotjmn at Coffee - Mrs. Harry Tyrell [ thought of any mishap or dan- -- Cincinnati, Ohio visited tldl :~: :i~ ii Mankato Garden Club "ger. Office of the Co. Supq.: week at the home of her bro- Tuesday, May 2- Something has happened to "Today's dances have sole- ther and sister.ln-law, Mr. aM ~+!ii American Legion Auxiliary - people, for now there is a ques: ed the problem of that awk- Mrs. James Decker. Sunday'" il~ Guest Day Tea . . :; ties as to whdther it is safe t0 ward dance-floor conversation Mr. and Mrs. Decker and Mrs. Bridgette Club - Dinner and I | ~ B be out alone, be it man, we- teenagers used to have to Tillotson made a trip to Book, bridge- Buffalo Roam [ I t ~ man, or child. --just stand there and jump er, Texas. Mrs. Tillotaoa I~ ~ ~ :::i~i Jewell County Women's ~ ~ ~' !~i The Simmons family moved in front of each bther."been visiting an aunt'at t;el- ~ ~~~il ~w%,~" ~ ~i!~i;~ C.D.A. Democrat Club. Rams , 'il !'~!il [ to Missouri and later to Chics-Business callers last week son, Nebr.,, ,, Eilers [ ~[ ~ [go, but our family friendship were Mrs, Robert Howland, Wednesday, May $ - [ ! I held through the years, witFormosa; Mrs. Lyman Att- Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Matou: w scs. I I on occasional brief visit, wood. Smith Center; Bernice sek and Gary of Wichita spe~ W.S.W.S. i ~ i While welivedonthe "Green Corrick, Esbon: Mrs. Roscoe the weekend with her father,. ' [Farm" adjoining the present Wrench. Burr Oak; Mr. and Thurman somke in Mani~to, A,L.C.W. [ [~ !~ i golf course, my friend, Maud, Mrs. Keith Pair, Superior, and her, sister, Mrs. Glens W~ / ~ ~/" ~~~. ~~l~l Thursday, May& l ~,~ ~ [then Mrs. Snyder, came from Nebr.: John Love. Mankato. Nichols, knd Mr. Nichols, : Royal Neighbors i 1 [Chicago and walked over ev- Government in the United family at Smith Center. The Busy Bee Club- Alta Chilcott I ~ t i l ery path we had trodden, to States is not static. It is con- Matouseks went home ~ tinually changing and develop- afternoon. i , every house visited, and all at ,+0.,,. o,+ ,.,.,.,..d I I the sights of our youthful act-ins. A constant study of recent ii ,: Mrs. Edgar Brinkworth an- I i [ ~ [ Seldom do we now see such tional and international levels Enclosed is ~.00 check f~ " :!! tertained the members of the I I I i affection for places so far back is extremely necessary, the Record. Enjoy the paper !i.i~i:ii~:i!i!!:i!~ i i ~!:~' !iil; !i:i:.' : ":" . ~r~ :' Ii~i! Bridgette Club with a dessert I I I ' ,in our memories. Now, when Last Tuesday Jim Krob very much, to read the It e w, i,!, iiii :i / bridge at her home, Tuesday, [some event of special pleasure brought the 31 Jewell High lrom home town of frieade and + April 18. Mrs. James Dodd. Will Celebrate ~0th Wedding AnnlverMry I or affection is recalled, you School Constitution class mem- relatives. So happy you harp iii:~i:: ": ; : Mrs, Clifford Jones and Mrs. I may be dubbed childish, bers for Is close observance of so many projects started. Wblhl M. M. Mayse were guests. The Mr, and Mrs. John Collins [ Rich, (Aids), Lake Tahoe, i the codnty government as you success. ' ; quartet tables were attractive- will celebrate their 60 years of Calif.; Murray Collins, Alame-I +m I found in the courthouse. A tour Thanking you, ly decorated with lilacs. Mrs. marriage April 30. Due tO lda, Calif; Mr and Mrs Lyle[ Ir"g~||l~ll41~[|l~. of the county Jail was also Harold Paterson received the their health they do no plan to I Powell ' ~Louise) Mankate [ ~q~LIl| I~||~lA~q~ Mrs. Anna Hamilton made. This trip+ gave the stu- Guide Rock, Nebrall~. hi h score for the members hold open huose but would en- .' " ',.. .,,.~ '[ .. g . .. ~Kans,, Mr. and M.., E .... ttin - dents first hand information , j:o:,:happenings ,o. the local government up- .gARY MEMORIAL :~e~tMnhri Jiit:p;i?d~:n~n:D:enx~ f~r~lct:~d~' lhal~ ei?i']~l, :a: I ~i::~' ~!I(~C) I lessonerates" plansMr" Krob has excellentfor his students bridge at the Buffalo Roam home for the obcasion. TheyI Mr, and Mrs, Collins have[ Judicial Cam: and the county tour is one.The Tallowing people coat~ Ma 2 are Mr and Mrs is victor ni e y . : . , . [ n grandchildren and four]Earl J. Hallenbeck, speeding, Sheriff Murray gave an inter- buted $23.00 to the Heart Ftmd -- Wai~n, M~C~o(~,MHUtI~heilin:o~,t great grandchildren, i$10.00 and costs, eating talk on pel/ce duties,in memory of Floyd Slmnle- Flower Lovers Club Thumday ',; ' ' ' l Norman L. Schmi'" Duties are Jest not making ar- link: Mr. and Mrs. Archle .... --g-" .... P-re-resales Ciub .... " lY__ . , ___.. ___ ~, ,:.~,~ M....,n~so..,o.~,.,,,.every~-er~tertainmentpJo-[ Jag, $20.00 and costs?~ speea rests, but most of the work Tucker and Tamale, Mr. ~ "me ~'mwer Lovers uiuo me[ ~ .... includes various types of help Mrs, Buford Tucker and Coo- ~~ii~~~~:i~:;i~li~!~:~i~prtT~d:m:iiand HaS--Jar--KansasatThursdaYthe homeafternn'of MrsAprilG 2C,i Club met A'--'~" 12 with Mrsgra~m's~tar[saOutw~t'n' aer'~Oun~l cOu~''O~'']~:~t~t:~=VrlJ iv" ~'~'~- "-'''~'''a - ~'''~'~'' ''p "ian" to any one in need. Large nie, Mr. and Mrs. Joe -- i tman Mrs Elsie'Ho:ar eta New,n. Ten members an-: A out the only programs, ba te OU e/e:3 n ssa"]t pepulatioo areas perhaps have a.d Mr a.d Mrs. Paul .... - " .......... -~ -'-l' call The ,mess without such equipment are} . Y. enterea a about 98 percent of our crime Hesting and family,. Mr, gave an m eres.ng ,eSS%oO :on by My;na T rcl;i the ,"sports" specials and a,' p,ea of not guilty The court and our rural area perhaps Mrs. Wayne Underwood a., I "Artificial Flowers as a- , , " en_l,~_ .,,___ri______,_ there wast faUndedd++t+md~ntssa,,iltVe ~,3o =b~; mbT~3~ ] cha-rg an-~'a[~e ed i~n f does not have 2 percent. If all family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter .. Read. Omaha, Mr. and t white carnation boutonnieres. by". Refreshments were serv- son.. Clever'. g~mes could witness the serious acci- Tucker and family, Mr. and were eRoy Rose, Mankato, For her daughter's wedding, ed by the hostess: The nextl joyea Dy a~. Tnencxt meet-i A~' a dinner I a~iended, thel $25.00 and costs on count one, dents taken care of by the law Mrs. Johnnie Tucker It~ PMI~. meetin will be May 18 at the ing is to De oecmeo a~ a Ja[erl . , ....... are the parents of the Mrs, Mahankc chose a light enforcement department ourolyn, and Mr. and Mrs. ~indo~ Sample. , , name o~ Mrs ~aran walker . , safety records would mount. --Mrs. Gerald McAtee, Chm. )am. [blue knit. Mrs. Rose wore a - g ......... I date i glass of wine at my place was[ ann ~l~.0O an(] costs on count tar wedding the bridal blue and white suit with white " " Re"orter not touched, so my host hast-[ ~" -- ~' " !ilv assured me that it was[ Warren Henry Merrell charg- We trust a lot of thinking of ~Vith' floOrlacelengthpanelsgOWnon tim I r0sebudf ( accessorieS.corsages.They wore pink Modern Minerva CI.b If'~h~pl~ ~a'~,n#~l~S~ ........ ~....~a... ,.~ ,.. ,~.,]+"ffis -- . i ver,, ..... ~ood-win,'" but another]thevea e,and cou ttwo.d~s-ed with count one, disturbing." classSafetYvisit.will Otherresultofficesfrm gavethis Junler Scouts \ \ !da detachable aisle ] Following the ceremony a The Modern Minerva Club Vl~crVa~l~l|~!~ori]ongr~(~range~uiceVegrap~l turbingCthepeace.nDefendtmt ,aluable information and stu- lain. The lace bodice]reception was held at Fort met Thursday, April 20, at the J I Juice lemonade and the ~rapel entered plea of not guilty. The dents asked some thought pro- On Saturday, April ~2, ~I i: t~i with a jeweled neck- Omaha recreation hall. Pre- home of Mrs. Keith Halstead. i Mrs. Ira L. "Wldte ~nit 't,l~.o ~r~ 'much more tel court found defendant guilty voking questions. Girl Scouts, three leaders, Mr, ~,~ i long tapered sleeves.] siding at the gift table we,'c: Pres!dent Mrs. E. C. Whttley ] As I said before, under dur-i m:~ liking, and readily avail-I as charged and assessed fine Those making the trip were and Mrs. Buckley, Bob Buek- |er-tip veil was held by Jennie Mahanke, Georgia premded. Mrs. J. C. LeBow, I ess I snent the two Ore~,on I able ] of $10.00 on each count, plus Peggy Blacker, Bonnie Golds- ley, Jeff Weaverllng, and De. of jeweled petals. She Reeves, and ()pal Meeker. presented a book review "A " ' +" " ' " M court costs :a cascade of gladioli The 3-tiered wedding cake