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CALENDAR Thursday, April 28--- T & E Club, Lela Lamb Kiltie Club, Mrs. Bradley Judy Kensington Club, Mrs. Lester Broyles Monday, May 2--- Mankato Garden Club, Martha Severson, Louise Park Junior Clio Club, Darlene Walker, Judy Kircher Tuesday, May 3--- American Legion Auxil- iary, Guest Mother's Day Tea, 7:30 p.m Legion Hall Wednesday, May 4--- WSCS General Meeting A.L.C.W. E. U. B. WSWS C.D.A. Mystic Circle Club Bridgette Club, Buffalo Roam Party Room Park, were unable to attend. Mrs. E. M. Tyler called at- tention to Library Week and reported that there will be a need for a new librarian for our local library, some- one who desires part time work. The club voted to give a donation of $10.00 to our library for the purchase of children's books. Plans were announced for the annual May Breakfast, May 5, at 9:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Members are to call reser- vations to Mrs. O. K. Fear- ing by May 2. The program for this meeting was in keeping with O. D. Vance. The rest of the] OZMUN . OBITU~.~RY evening was spent playing l ~ Canasta. Prizes were won by Ward Stanley Ozmun was Leta Dietz and Vera Seirer. born in Jewell County, Vivian received a guest October 27, 1887, and passed prize. The next meeting will away April 21, 1966 at the be with Alma Tyler okl May age of 78 years, 5 months & 21. 24 days. He was one of five children. He was married to Ruth Emerson, April 5, 1914 at Esbon. He farmed all of his life until he moved to Man- kato in 1945. He was a long- time member of the Evan- gelical United Brethren Church. Mr. Ozmun is survived by his wife, Ruth, of the home; two sons: Stanley of Man- kato and Keith of Ontario, California; 2 daughters- in- law; one sister, Mrs. Hope Welch of Alaska; six grand- the celebration of our 50th year. Mrs. Harry Smith gave a review of the "Best Re- cipes of the Century". Mem- bers brought recipes handed down from grandmother's day and hats from long ago or original creations. The most original hat prize was won by Mrs. Raymond O Hara. Mrs. Frank Boyd, Sr won the prize for the best antique hat, one that belonged to her great grand- Flowers Lovers Club Thursday The Flower Lovers Club met Thursday, April 14, at the home of Mrs. Clyde Suchsland. Mrs. Edith Ost gave the lesson "Caring for the Lawn." The hostess ser- ved refreshments. The next meeting will be May 19 with Mrs. Glenn Hale. Lucy Circle The Lucy Circle met Wed- nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alton Kale. The eighteen members pre- sent answered to roll call with the number of visita- tions made since the last meeting. Mrs. Russell Walk- er gave the program for the Thursday, May 5--- :mother. afternoon. She used the Bi- Minerva Club Breakfast,[ ble reading of Luke 9: 10-17, 9:00 a.m Fellowship I Bridgette Club Entertained "The Feeding of the Five Hall ~ ~ Thousand", to present her Bide-A-Wee Club, Mrs.] Mrs. E. L. Walker enter- lesson of "Cities, Race, Pov- Albert Groves [tained the members of the erty: The 'Vicious Circle". :: Thurs. Eve. Bridge Club, ~Bridgette Club at her home They (the people) are by in- dinner, Mrs. W. G. HillS[Tuesday' Apr. 19, with a tention, kind and easy-living Royal Neighbors [dessert bridge. Mrs. Clinton and resigned to the exped- Pierce of Hutchinson was a lent corruption of living Happy Dozen Club Monday guest. The next meeting quietly and happily in the The Happy Dozen Club met for a 6:30 covered dish supper Monday, Apr. 25, at the home of Ray Ellsworth. Mrs. Russell Hooker was a guest. Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr and Clyde Suchsland receiv- ed the high score prizes. Ray Eltsworth was elected presi- dent for the coming year. The next meeting will be a Mother's Day party with the men entertaining, Sunday, May 8. Modem Minerva Club Apr. 21 Mrs. J. C." LeBow was hostess to the Modern Min- erva Club, Apr. 21. The club was happy to welcome four new members, Mrs. Thomas Lehrling, Mrs. John Perdue, Mrs. Robert Meyer and Mrs. Mike Stout. Two additional new members, Mrs. Richard Applegate and Mrs. Dale will be a party at the Buffalo world, states James Agee. Roam, Wednesday, May 4, At the c Jose of the meet- with the losers entertaining ing and lesson, we were the winners, served a lunch by the host- esses, Mrs. A. D. Kale, Mrs. Busy Bee Club Meets Alfred Ross and Mrs. Glenn l Wiley. The Busy Bee Club met On May 18, we will meet Thursday, April 21 at the at the home of Mrs. Ray- home of Belva Korb. Roll mond O'Hara. call was a Bible verse. The guess box was won by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bowles Mable Carpenter. At the Celebrated 58th Anniversary close of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bowles The next meeting will be of Jewell celebrated their with Beulah Heisz" May 19. 58th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 24. Their Friday P. M. Club actual wedding date is April - --- 22nd. Friday P. M. Club met at Mr. and Mrs. Bowles were the home of Beulah Brink- guests of their granddaugh- worth on Saturday, April 23. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eleven members and one Beck, and family. Other guest, Vivian O~, were pre- guests were daughters, Mr. sent. Refreshmerits were and Mrs. Reed Motes, Man- served by the hostess. A kato, Mrs. Robert Hugenot, short business meeting was Englewood, Colo.; Mrs. held by our President, Mrs. Allen Snow, Denver, Colo- rado; Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Durant, Mr. and Mrs. Don Durant and family, Jewell; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pearcy, children; other relatives and friends. Funeral Services were held Sunday, April 24, at 2:00 p. m. at the Kramer Funeral Home in Mankato with Rev. Paul Life in charge. Interment was in the Mount Hope Cemetery. The casketbearers werq Milford Fall, Duane Benffett Nell Huntsinger, John Hitz, Louis Sanderson, Keith Hal- stead. Music was furnished by Newell Alexander, Lannie Dick, Jon Menhusen, and Glenn Grout, Jr. Blanche Thomas was the accompan- ist. CARD OF THANKS We are deeply grateful for the many kindnesses shown to us in these days of sor- row. Thanks to all for the floral offerings, cards, food, kind words and other acts of kindness. May God bless you all. -- The Family of Ward Ozmun Webber Wide Awake 4-H The Webber Wide Awake 4-H Club met Wednesday, March 2. The meeting was opened with a song led by DeAnn Thornton. Roll call: was answered by your fav- orite subject in school. Plans were made for County 4-H Day. Deanna Purcell gave an interesting project talk on Cooking Classes she had at~ tended. Music Appreciation on the "Star Spangled Ban; net" was given by Alvin Webber. Dianna Purcell gave a health talk on what type of foods you should have iP yoar daily diet, Recreatib~ was led by. Kenny Heitm~ Elmer~ Jackson Smith, son of Andrew Jackson Smith & Leleta Brandon Smith, was born at Romeo, Green Coun- ty, Tenn on August 6, 1893, and passed away at his home in Parks, Nebr after a lingering illness. His father passed away when Elmer was 3 years old. His mother took her family to Esbon, Kansas, in 1900 where he grew up near Otego and Esbon. On Sept. 28, 1913, he was united in marriage to Rosel- la May Blaylock. To this union two children were born, Garold of Parks, Nebr. and Ethel Maxine, who died in infancy. The family moved to Dun- dy County, Nebr in 1923, living and farming in the Parks community the re- mainder of his life. He suffered his first heart at- tack in 1958, and in 1960 they moved to Parks. He leaves to mourn his departure, his wife, Rosella; son, Garold and wife, Bele; four grandchildren, Kathy, Marjorie, Wilda and Doug- las, all of Parks, Nebr.; a brother, Birch Smith and family of York, Nebr.; two sisters, Maggie Jackson of Esbon, Kansas and Myrtle Hancock and husband; two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Mabel Hubbard and husband of Ontario, Calif and Mrs. Pearl McClure and husband of Los Angeles, Calif.; nieces and nephews and a host of friends. He was a kind and loving husband, father and grand- father, and a good and help- ful neighbor. Country Cousins Homemakers Club Country Cousins Home- makers Club met at the home of Mrs. Claud Gut- scher Monday, April 13th. Mrs. Philip Cleveland, a visitor, is now a member of the club. Ten members an- swered roll call revealing their hobby. The club is very sorry to lose Mrs. Philip Be- noit as a member. The club wishes the family success in their new work in Salina, Kansas. Plans were made to attend District Meeting in Beloit, May*2nd. May llth all mem- bers will partake in a cera- mics lesson at the home of b{!~ rs Clell Hancock. the material in YBe Wise ARROW SHIRTS 1 OFF MEN'S for each lb. of Cusiomer weight, BaPtist Women's Missionary Society i "My Family:,Witnessing to Each Other was the program given at the Bap- tist Women's Missionary, Union Monday evening. Mrs. Refreshments were served with your Buys" read by by Thomas' and Clevelands. Mrs. Lavern Wesley and --Pat Rathbun, Rep.Mrs. Philip Cleveland. Mrs. Glen Fearing read an Webber Wide Awake ~ interesting item from the Model Meeting news letters. Our fourth lesson on Faro- The Webber Wide Awake ily Life, "Creative Use of Gary Hesket, Mrs. James Model Meeting for March Leisure Time", lead by Mrs. Millstead, Mrs. Jim Gunter, was called to order by Vice Clayton Walker. Very in- Mrs. Neolin Taylor and Mrs. President Bernard Leece. teresting reports were given John Perdue gave various DeAnn Thornton led the by the following: Cultural phases: club in singing the "Star Arts - Mrs. Glen Fearing; 1. When only one Spangled Banner". Alvin Crafts- Mrs. Claud Gutscher; is Christian. Webber gave a council re- Citizenship, Mrs. Carl Stepp; 2. When the children are port. A ceremony by Pat Recreation - Mrs. Clayton younger. Rathbun, Barbara Roe, Mark Walker. 3. When the children are Ross and Mark Frerich gave Seated at the table for re- older, the 40 year history of the freshments, all enjoyed their blanks to gO to Hays will, be[ Mankato American April 27. [ Legion Auxiliary Mary Frances announced[ -- . Mrs. , a Home Economics judging[ The . Auxiliary of the Mrs. Ada ' school on May 27 at 1:30 in[American Legion Post 115 hostesses Mankato. [met April the 5th with a Study It was moved and second-lgood attendance. The meet- group ed we give the fair commit- ing was called to order by of Zettia's tee a free meal this year. We were invited to go to a rodeo show May 15 put on by the North Central Kan- sas Saddle Club in Concor- dia. The show would consist of showing you how to show or groom horses. The meeting was adjourn- ed with the 4-H Club pledge. Carole Ozmun, Reporter Odessa Homemakers Club Odessa Homemakers Club met with Nola Bess Atwood Monday evening. Two mem- bers were absent. The lesson was on family life and your Emotional Health. The one leader on Cult- !ural Arts for Leisure Time was ill and unable to attend. Panel leader 2 was Mild- red Porter and she gave an interesting lesson on Crea- tive Crafts for leisure time. Panel member no. 3 was Mable Marihugh, who gave an interesting lesson on Citizenship. Ruth Obert, panel mem- ber no. 4, presented informa- tion on family centered re- creation and also summariz- ed the other talks. We voted to send $2.00 donated by Dilta Phillips for Smurthwaite House. Nola Bess reported on the Spring Tea. Mable Marihugh told of the advisory board meeting. The Unit sent Easter favors to both rest homes at Smith Center. Esther Marihugh won the guess President Elizabeth Nic- iness and' hols, prayer by the chap- and then lain, Alice Rafferty, and a moment of silence for our dead heroes. We gave the l flag salute, followed by the national anthem, and repeat- ed the Preamble in unison. The roll call of officers and the reading of minutes by See. Edna Walker, were ap- proved. Lela Lamb gave the treasurer's report and all bills were allowed. Lucy McBride reported that she had sent 91 lbs. of carpet rags to Wadsworth hospital, and we have rugs on hand. Alice Rafferty told about our Community Service. Mary Van Meter gave the hymn of the month, "When Morning Guilds the Skies." Ruth Kier give some high- lights from the Legislative Bulletin. If veterans, would like to have educational assistance, home loan, med- ical, and other services, write to "American Legion" Kansas Dept Memorial Bldg Topeka, Kansas 66612. The evening was spent ~ewing carpet rags. The hos- tesses were Ruth Kier, Jr. & Charlotte Roe. ESBON E. H. U. Esbon E. H. U. met at the E. U. B. Church basement with Elsie Underwood as hostess on April 12 with gren Antique quiry Mrs. Art formative antique swered guests items. It ponorama of our culture. Sunshine Circ The met with April 13. i swered roll we did Ea~ sie Zadinai box. Ruby a birthday Neeper sary gift sisters. The will be April Smith. --I . Cadette~ We met a~ " per on We bought then went :tQ ! started our i sticks for ho~ came it didn't tinuing We box. Lovely refreshments were served by the hostess. Ruth Obert, P. R. C. Esbon Christian Church president, told us that the Easter Services unit was invited to Hastings The for Homemaker's Day on sis In observance of Easter, a April 19. Susie Ball gave a will be special program was pre- report from K. E. H. C. of its rt sented Sunday, which in- News about the workshop in City, d eluded the following hum- Wichita, April 20 & 21. Be April 2,~ bers: Scripture: Ephesians 1: Wise With Your Buys, was be at the 6: 23. Prayer: Katie Menden- read by Hazel Shipley. Rose Furniture" hall. Piano solos: Easter Pro- I Hollern gave the fourth part regular h( cessional and Offertory, Mrs.~! of family life lesson,- Crea- the publk Hillman [five Use of Leisure Time. composed.dr Song: ' The Hand, that was ~ She had the lesson in four with var] wounded for me. - Juniort parts. Her helpers were Lula i objective, Choir Sharp, cultured art; Susie tive Vocal Duet: Neath the Ball, craft; Freda Black, tic; Old Olive Trees" - Mrs. citizenship and Rose Hol- suit Aurelia Shook and Mrs, lern had family center re- pieces of sic Hillman. creation. Each one had an Artists nine members & one guest, We Mrs. Myrtle Detka, of Boul- then disc~d der, Colo. present, meeting Meeting was opened by cided to repeating the Club Collect juniors. in unison. Roll call was an- VFW Hall swered by a housecleaning the girls. hint. Mrs. Freda Black, Vocal Solo: "The Beaut- interesting topic. We enjoy- be seen iful Garden of Prayer" - ed the many lovely things art, Mrs. Jerry Voboril, accom- they had made. It showed us son, Downs: panist, Mrs. Hillman. a person can fill his or her sell, Songs: "He Arose" and leisure time with useful "He Lives" - Congregation. thirigs. [cordia; Recreation was furnished White Rock Social Club by Hazel Shipley. The games were won by Susie Ball and The last meeting of the Lula Sharp. The guess box Mrs: White Rock Social Club for was won by Freda Black. able to the current y.ear was held The meeting adjourned to Monday evening with the meet with Rose Hollern on customary pot luck supper. May 10. Officers elected for the P.R.C. ensuing year include: Pres. Paul Lamb; Vice Pres Mable Whitemound E. H.U. James Avison; Secretary, Aurelia Mr. Shook; Treasurer, Mrs. The Whitemound E. H. C. 408 S. Reg. $2.49 4. When opportunities Webber 4-H Club. The pro- art of flower identification. Claron Paxson; Pianist, Ruth April meeting was held at is MEN'S SLACKS may be overlooked, gram was group singing of---Mrs. Claud Gutscher, Blattner; and Reporter, the Community Building, of basic These all were aimed to "Zorro". Mark Intermill P-R.C. Mary Gass. The annual ice with Betty Fogo, as hostess, val help women understand that gave a project talk on the cream supper will be in The meeting was called to, Under 200 OFF if family members can learn Care and Training of Dogs. WHEN'S THE FAIR August. Mary Gass and order with a poem, by the veteran i to communicate their Chris- Marilyn Intermill gave music Aurelia Shook were appoint- president, Pearl Blattner. he is re EPn'--'~WEAR tian faith within the warmth appreciation on "My State, Should the Jewell County ed to arrange the program Roll Call: 'Why I,Like To in naval ,~,IWtaN SLE and security of the family My Kansas". Barbara Roe, 4-H Fair be held August 2, books for the coming year. Be A Farmer's Wife. It was zation, t group, they are more likely Debbie Poole and DeAnn 3, and 4 or August 3, 4, and We'll see you next August! answered by eight members, esies, or~ 00 0FF to witness effectively out- Thornton pantomimed the 5? This was a topic the 4-H -- Aurelia Shook, P. R. C. Advisory Council report by seamans] side the home. song while the 4-H members Council discussed at the last - Lucille Frost. Lesson given trol, first The call to prayer was sang it. Richard Howe con- Council meeting April 25. It by Golden Blew. Helpers on survival, LEWELLA GIRDLES 0 BONDED LACE | 99 YD. RUGS ACCENT COLORS 98 & UP LADY PEPPERELL BLANKETS AIRWEAVE A98 MISSES SCRUBBED CUT-OFFS JiJ given by Mrs. Jim Millstead ducted a baseball game for was decided to leave it on lesson, Merle Paxson, Pearl sentry duty. and Mrs. John Cortner with parliamentary. Recreation August 3, 4, and 5, for the scripture reading- Isa. was led by Wayne Howe present time. Such conflicts, 49:8-17 and prayer for our and Alvin Webber. The as election and Fridays sale missionaries. This was fol- meeting adjourned by re- day, were discussed. lowed by the hymn "Happy peating the club pledge. Jim read a letter which The Home When God is --Pat Rathbun, Rep.was received from the There." Editor of the 4-H Journal. The business meeting was Webber Wide Awake 4-H The committee, which was conducted by Mrs. Gary ~ appointed to write an article Hesket. It was decided we The Webber Wide Awake for the 4-H Journal, reported bake birthday cakes for the 4-H Club met Wednesday on their meeting. They had ladies and gentlemen in the night, April 13. The meeting met and decided on a topic Wilbeck Rest Home. Hand- was opened with group sing- which concerned the whole kerchiefs and cards will be ing led/by DeAnn Thornton. county and then a story was given to the ladies at the 'Roll call was answered by written and sent in to the ~Rest Home for Mother's your favorite television pro- editor. Day. gram. Wayne Howe gave his The following people were The Mankato church will plans for his projects for the chosen t0 go to State 4-H be host to the district coming year. Debra Poole Camps: W.M. U. meeting this and DeAnn Thornton gave a Health Camp: Lindel Thursday starting at 10 a. novelty number on Health. Wood. m. and finishing around 2 Mark Frerich led recreation. Cons~/~ration Camp: Char- p. m. A sack lunch is to be Arnold Ross called the meet- lotte ~rger and Alan Bird- brought by everyone attend- ing to order for the parents sell. ing this meeting, program. Roll call was an- Music Camp: Teresa The May meeting was set swered by "What: you want- Kadel and Dennis Reed. for the 23rd of May. ed 4-H to teach your child". Junior' Leadership: Ber- The ladies adjourned to The minutes were read by nard Leece and Marilyn Ifi- the church basement where secretary Irene Woods. termill. a baby shower was given Group singing was led by Round Up: Pat Rathbun, for Mrs. Sharon Morrell. Blattner, Lucille Frost and Norene Dietz. Be Wise With Your Buys, - Your Loaf of. Bread, given by Betty Fogo and Alberta Sanderson. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. -- P. R. C. Merle Paxson Raymond Beeler, Don Beeler and Mrs. O. R. were guests for din- Friday and Saturday at the Leo Parsons home. sized and with and a necks cruits cally alert. Upon cruit signed tion or shi results' of cation and the whether you grow Sorghum for GRAIN, Virgie Howe. Wilma Ruth- Barbara Saint, Joanne Mc- SILAGE WE INVITE YOU TO STOP AND NEW ADDITION : We will handle Bread, Rolls Lunch Meats, Ice Cream, We will be open 24 hours a week. We invite you to stop and bun gave a demonstration on Mrs. Ruby Skelly, Mrs. how to make crunch cookie. Eva ,Kugler and Mrs, ~o Oscar : Warner, is the brand to plan of MEADOW GOLD ; Kindler,Ruth Blattner, WASH OUR