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evening, May 4. The After a short business meet- Dietz. The next meeting will won by Miss Lela ing, the meeting was turned be near Father's Day when Mrs. O. D. Noller. over to the leader, Lela Lamb.~ the ladies will~.____entertain. ts were served by This being May Day, a short &merlcan Legion Auxiliary following bridge, paper had been prepared on ETY an.d Busy Bee Club Entertained Remember Mel during the day were Mr. and -- I'm not of the living; please Mrs. Herman Hake and faro- must be In by noon M The Busy Bee Club met lay here a flower. Make my ily of Jamestown, Mr. and Thursday afternoon, May 4, at dark home a bounteous bower, Mrs. Cacti Hillman of Ionia, the home of Alta Chilcott with cover it with roses; perfume Mr. and Mrsl Bob Boyer and freshments following bridge, nine members present. Gall the air; tell all the world that couple. ~ The next meeting will be a Bliss read the poem. She also you really care. Stand just a Mrs. Lorena Pate took Judy May 1i - dinner party for the husbands, brought the guess box which moment, don't cry, just smile, and Mrs. Georgene Club- Mrs. was won by Alta. A lovely make my short living seem Bossen to the Smith Center Loomis Mystic Circle Club ilunch was served by the hos- worthwhile. Just say "Old fel- hospital to see little Shelley Club - 2:30 P.M .... less. The next meeting will be low, I wish you were here. We Annette Hiilman Friday p,m, Roam The Mystic Circle Club met June 1 with Margaret Hunting- miss your laughter and smile May 5 at the home of Jennie of cheerl" Place here a wreath Progressive Club May 13 - Olson. Meeting was called to --Reporter.on my house of sod. You say ---- P.M. Club - Mrs. order by our president, Jennie. - "We'll remember," and I'tt Mrs. Raymond Nichols an- Tyler Secretary Grace Bennett was Brldgette Club Dinner Party tell God. tertained the Progressive Club May 16- absent on account of rainy --Reporter.at her home on May 4th. 11 members were present. Con- tn Legion Auxiliary weather, so minutes of the last The members of the Bridg- Sorosls Clu-'~ test prizes were won by Leona ) E.H.U. meeting could not be read. ette Club met for a dinner y, May 17 - Roll call was answered by party Tuesday evening, May ---" Wiley and Cecile Michael. Dof- f' nine members with stories or 2, at the Buffalo Roam. Mrs. Sorosis Club met at the home othy Parsons won the guess , May 18 - verses. We missed Bess Meek Harold Paterson, who is mov- of Mrs. Nick Kohn on May 2. box. Refreshments were serv- Ieighbers er, Bulah Heisz, Ella Colson, ing to Junction City, was hen- All members were present to ed. Next meeting will be with Club Guest Break- Grace Bennett and Louise ored and was presented with a answer rol~ call for our birth- Dorothy Parsons June 14th. I:00 a.m.- Harmony Motes. We planned our birth- gift from the club. Spring day gift exchange. The guess --Reporter. odist Church day supper to be held in the flowers centered the tables, box was passed and won by ,overs Club - Mrs. park or hall at the next meet- Mrs. Clifford Jones was a Mrs. Elmer Alexander. Mrs. Mrs. Eva Myers and Carol Walker ing. We played some guessing guest. The high bridge scores Bess Pair had the program entertained with a family din- games. Prizes were won by were won by Mrs. Lester and had some nice gifts. Love- ner Sunday in honor of Mr. Ion Party Lucy, Marie and Erma. Then Broyles and Mrs. Edgar Brink- ly refreshments were served and Mrs. W. E. Hoffer, Jewell, we played a game of pitch, worth. This was the last meet- wishing our Club Sister happy and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dam- a Monbeck had as Hostess gift from Bess to Jan- ing of the club until fall. birthday. This was the last rail of Grandview, Me. for for dinner at the nie was a nice pie carrier. De- meeting until Sept. 7 with Mrs. theix~ wedding anniversaries. tm Thursday, May licious refreshments were sere- Happy Dozen Club Dinner Jennie Olson. Mrs. Keith Pair i Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Suchs- ed and we all thanked, ou~ will have the program. Mrs. Chester Flinn, Mrs. Viola Ada Hills, Mrs. hostess for a lovely evening The members of the Happy--Anna Kohn, Reporter. Burke, and Mr. Dennis Burke, Mrs. Ruth Kler, and said good-night. Dozen Club met for a pre- Jewell, and Mr. and Mrs. Ri- Folsom and Mrs. --Marian LaRue. Reporter.Mother's Day dinner at the chard Foulke and Steven and Following the Gary of Beloit. was played. Manketo Garden Club Buffalo Roam Sunday even- .--.- ing, May 7, at 6:30 with the Mrs. E. E. Ransom Entertains Club The Mankato Garden Club husbands entertaining. Mrs. ~- was entertained at the home Russell Hooker was a guest. Mrs. Sybil Finch reports hay- Green entertained of Lucy Wiley on Monday ev- After the dinner the evening ing had a phone call Friday of thb T & E ening, May 1. was spent playing bridge at telling her of the Mrs. Marshall Bishop at her home Mabel Metz was co-hostess, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray death of Lester Simpson. who the origin of May Day and The auxiliary of the Ameri- lub Entertained ho~ it is observed in differ- been living in Arizona for of his health. He and wife moved there some time ago. Their daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Snyder returned last Sunday from a visit with relatives at Erring- ham, Kans. family live there also. Ser- Tom Ward spent last week and burial are out there, in Salina with his sister, Miss was Sybil's brother-in-law. Ruth Ward. M.B.W. Club met Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black- Wilma Underwood for the stone and Jerry spent the birthday meeting with all weekend with their daughter, ----- ant couhtries. Two special days can Legion Post 115 held their eth Davis enter- in May are Mother's Day, the annual Guest Day Tea May 3. members of the Fin- second, Sunday in May, and 35 members and guests were present. Ruby Davis; presi- members present. Roll call Marilyn, and Charles and chil- Club at her home Armed Forces Day, the third dent, called the meeting to or- was telling of a special or out- dren of Janesville, Iowa. evening, May 4. Mrs. Bairn'day, ismar was a guest. Each member brought a der and Alice Rafferty, chap- stan ling birthday of the past. Olive Hill Ladies Aid Society were won by Mrs. May basket and enjoyed ex- lain, gave the chaplain's pray- Eva Mendenhall won the guess met Tuesday afternoon for and Mrs. Glenn changing them. Refreshments er. We sang several songs that box and the next meeting will quilting. Mrs. Marshall Bishop hostess served re- of pie and coffee were served, we all love to sing, followed by be May 25th. Birthday pack- had the devotions and Mrs. the National Anthem and Flag ages were then passed out to Lloyd Davis was hostess. Salute. The meeting was then everyone. Wilton served a Mrs. Claud Snyder, Mrs. Gall turned over to Mrs. Eunice lovely lunch. Hudiburgh and Mrs. Bill Ward [ should ER MOTHER on her special She'll enjoy a thoughtful card, a of candy, and most of all, your love Suchsland and she showed pic- tures of their travels. We en- joyed them so much and in appreciation, gave her our pretty table bouquet of flow- ers. The table was nicely de- corated and Ruby poured. A nice time was had and we en- joyed visiting. Hostesses were Alice Rafferty, Elsie Howard and Vivian Moon. It is getting close to Memorial Day which brings us close to Poppy Day. Memories of the war dead al- ways bring back thoughts of those who did not die, but came back doomed to hard- ships and suffering. In the Poppy was found a way to link the honoring of the dead with service for the living victims of war, wearing the Poppy came to mean honoring the dead and helping the living. Too many of us soon forget the young man Just blossom- ing into manhood, who paid the supreme sacrifice. The Sophomore Class had a soup and sandwich supper Sat- urday night at Esbon. Cake and pie were 'also served. They played bingo. The returns were seemingly rather good. The Senior Class was away on their "Sneak" that night. A good rain came over the weekend that ran some water~ in ponds, thanks be. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hill- man brought their baby home from the Smith Center hospital Sunday morning. She had been kept there a while after Judy came home to have a pneu- monia condition treated. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pate of Sylvan Grove were Sunday vis- itors in the Lorena Pate home and also Joe and I. The men all went fishing in the after- noon and had little or no luck. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde took dinner and went to Morris Hillman home Sunda in Burr Oak, Other attended the District Extension meeting at Belleville Thursday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Andrews and Alicia attended the wed- ding of Mrs. Andrew's niece. Dixie Reece, at Mankato Sat- urday. Alicia Andrews of Maillard, Nebr. spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Andrews and Billy. Mrs. Nettle Murray, Mrs. Lois l~iamond and Mrs. Helen Murphy spent Thursday after- noon with Mrs. Anna Hamilton at Guide Rock, Nebr. Mrs. Eunice Hugh and Leslie called later in the afternoon. 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