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APRIL 27, 1967 JEV/ELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE 3B Edith Folger rather surprising to on the ground Sun- tile ground was Covered awhile, most of melted by evening, but Wendell Barnett return- Pastors Allianec last but iris wife, l)onita, day. I Mr'. and Mrs. Ray l)ietz I were callers here Saturday af- ternoon. Mrs. l)ietz was takin~ the census for Ionia Township and they mentioned they had finished Athens Township. Nancy do Pate visile(l Kalhy Whelehel Saturday. These t~o and found a skunk which one of the Whelchel t)oy~ came ml(I shot for them, and that spoiled Illinois to a cousin's that place to l)lay. Paul tteiman spent l,'ri(lay werc 75 out to Sunday night in tile Cly( e Ih)ssen morning and Of them remained and dinner" together and ram. A skit was put people showing some evil influences that are for our young people the church can offer an(l hettt'r things. and Mrs. Lowell Me- and l'amily spent the at Salina with their and hushand. Their lag entered some events there. Mrs. Lewis Jeffery aunt, Ruth I)ilhm, to Friday as she has in her ear. Mr. and Dillon took her up Quartrely Meet to be here Friday and May 5 and 6, as the Church is not built is to be located in Glen and cold this Monday Hope this below temperature will not fruit. The aprieols as large as apricot Harold Peterson was Sunday to at- bridal shower for Miss Clayton Peter- E. E. Ransom note this morning is the snow Sunday morning. We bad a mean, cold, cloudy Of course there accumulation of snow of it melted as it fell ground. A big white freeze this morning, is the light of the may not cause so but with a tempera- 26 degrees, not home. Arnold and AI',n(,s Mcndcn hall of ltays were over the weekend visitors of tilt' Verl Mendenhall family. M,'s. Neva Litton and family nf I(,Ioil were Sunday visitors lhere. Neva illld [~]V;I Wt'l'e lal,t! ;il'l(,l' noon cilllers llel'e. Mr. and Mrs. I{,d) Ihflh,r and family had as Sunday visitors Mr. arid Mrs. (h'iffin of I~;chfit and some other relatives from Denver. Debbie and her little gM visitor did some horseback I and family of Jamestown and ridin!g and called at the Mrs. i Mrs. Judy Hillman and Ranae la,'ena Pate home in late af- of Burr Oak were Sunday vis- ternoon, liters in Clyde Bossen's home. iVh'. and Mrs. Clarence] Mrs. Esther Whelehel and Moor(, were Slmtlay evening { Mrs Lorena Pate were at visitors ill our home. , '. . . I Smith Center this Monday mm- Sun(tav was decidedly riot a lning Food day to fish. Mrs. Lorena I'ale and family and Joe and ] x~(,r'c (,fl re ihe Kirwin l)am and no one had any luck that W(' S~IW. Merry Mixer Club met with l~a M(,nrh,nhall Thursday af Mr. and Mrs. l,owell llan cock and family visited rela- tives in Red Cloud the t)asl Sunday. The hard freeze and frost of last night laid tire good looking h,rnnon. All memhers present, crop of growing alfalfa down EVa ita(1%t'~.(W;l[ ('onl,.,sts. [)of Itlat- Don't know what damage, is Mall,o(ls(,I,~ lind (lcol'gt,rle [los.-I if ;- rly, has been done yet. ~qql W('I'O 5;Oil1(' of llle winnel'S. Our intentitm is to halve The club will all go tu Perils some cattle on the Beh)it mar on the nex. nweling to see ket tomorrow (Tuesday) if it some rock work that Miss does not rain to make tile lots M:~r>;hall has Ihere, and in six wet. w('('ks [,re'elm l'atc will have ('h/I). lJm'is served a lovely hlnch. Mi'~;. Alni;i SI, r(mr of 'l'opel