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! 2A " Jewdl County Record, Mankato, Kansas THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 Mr. Lawrence will be or- priesthood of Diocese, May 28. Vogel will the ordination in church, priest. Master of ceremonies will be the Rev. James Hoover, newly appointed pastor of the St. Theresa parish, Mankato. Four brothers of the new priest will be in the offer- tory procession presenting the wine, hosts and water used at the consecration and communion of the Mass. Parochial participation in the Mass will be highlighted with their singing of the high Mass. A reception will be held form 4:30 to 6:00 Sunday in the Armory at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grennan an- nounce that "Friends of the family are invited to the re- ception following the Mass on Sunday". CANCER DRIVE The Cancer Drive has Mary Diamond, president of the VFW Auxiliary 7830, calls attention to Loyalty Day, and urges the citizens of Jewell County to show proper recognition to our beloved America and Free- dom. May everyone display the Red, White and Blue on that day as a pledge of Loy- alty. Spring Band Concert April 29 at Jewell The Annual Spring Band Concert of the Jewell Pub- lic Schools will be held Fri- The A. L. C. W. met at the Lutheran Church Par- lors April 6th with Mrs. Frances Weaverling and Mrs. Marilyn Eaton as co- hostesses. Mrs. Velma Berg was the program leader. The next meeting will be May 4th with Mrs. Doris Kennedy and Mrs. Ann? Thronson at the home of Mrs. Thronson. Mrs. Irbie Hanson will be the program leader. Mrs. Glenn Hale and Mrs. D. K. Balch visited Friday at the home of Mrs. Hale's -lay evening, April 29. The brother, C. O. Johnson, and concert will begin at 7:3C Mrs. Johnson at Scandia. and will be held in the higk Mr. Johnson was celebrating school gymnasium. There is his 80th birthday. On the ao admission charge. The way home, they visited at grade school band, high the home of another brother, school band, and mixed voc- Rudolph, and Mrs. Johnson liT NEVER FAILS i i~i i ~iI, ~ i~,~II ~ ~ '~ ~ . WHEN "iOU f~,LP.E~DV NIGHTI started in Jewell County & al ensemble will all perform, at Courtland. s are comin " Norman Walker is the dir- result g in ac- . cording to our Crusade error. Miehelle Louise Shamburg chairman, Mrs. Vivian Ost. "-------- -- " ------" The main drive for Man- Tina Leann Boyer Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sham- kato will be May 2nd, 3rd, ------- burg announce the arrival priest will of- 4th. This will include most Mr. and Mrs. Michael of a daughter, Michelle Mass in the of the business district and Boyer of Formoso are the :Louise, Tuesday April 19th ",~ ~:E on the follow-residentiaI sections parents of a daughter Tina at the Bellevill'e hospital. ~#ff~ three o'clock in 'Mrs Alton Kale is the Leann, born April 21 in Bel- The baby weighed 9 pounds, . ~.rnoon. The Rev. Chairman for Mankato and. leville. They have two other 13 ounces at birth and has McCarthy, Kanop- Center Townshin Miss [children Pamela, 3, and two brothers, Buddy and !lpreach the sermon. Blanche Thomas o{the First[Ivan, 1 year. Mr. and Mrs. Mark, to welcome her. Mr. --- , ~Iy. ordained priest National Bank is the trea-IMelvin Boyer of Formoso & and Mrs. Clifford Hancock Funeral Notice 1 ~ve0f Ionia, Kansas. surer and will accept your [Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lucerno of Mankato and Mr. & Mrs. [ C ROS S W9 R P ~ ~n~w7 ~~ ~ts~. Mr. and Mrs. envelone~, in case ~vou do not [ of Romeo, Colo. are the T. L. Shamburg of, Randall James Pantier of Olvmnia~ ,-,[ A6~OSS 4.Gaelic ~ 23. ~'orrid :i3rennan, moved to find Mrs Ost or Mrs Kale lbaby s grandparents and are the grandparents: Mrs. Washington passed away[ 1. Plant ln~ecU! 5.Upward ~ 24. Seratin. [I1 1946. An outstand: ,at home " " " . [ Mrs. Jendie';Hayma:n Of So, Bertha Hancock of Mankato April 25 Funeral services I 6-'l~hbng curving of izes ~ ~ ~ v ~ ~ ~ ~ v ~:sehool: athlete, 'h