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% .~AGE ~ . ~. JewellCounty Record, ManRato{ Kmrlsas ~ .~. THURSDA.Y, M AY 12 ]9. 66 ~=,::i~ ~:',~:= ~ " " H nr : Mr and Mrs Claude" ) vle~ ,;)h ~,~,- Harr, Smith 8 months and 22 days Preceding her m death e V Gibbs, Esbon Kan ; n ] n' 7 " . ~ l Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole ,~, ,~ #,- " - - -,m~)yles calleo ~unuay aiter- @ On A,rl 14, 1904 shewas were her husband, daughter IMrs I,ucretla Gibbs, Esbon ',~'~l] |] ]called on Mr andMrs Grov- co-cna,mn. " ' " o' ' j ~11 ~! n,roon on Nev. anti NlrS donn ~ l ] v r and united in marriaoe to Wllh- one son parents and gall h r[ Kan." Mr. and Mrs. Ronaldi " ]erMlzner, Sunday afternoon lVllb. L, UW~II la~liJc - e, ' ' ' ~. ', . t Pl:lnI. In belleVllle. " Lucy Wiley gave re- am Orwd Gibbs and to th,s s,sters.and bro}hers. [>heshk ed family, EIPaso,I Mrs. Harry Sutliff 'Dinner ~'uests of M) andI Mr. and Mrs. Claude .~,qdP,~tl q~ III P' ports, from the Central Kan- union three children ,were, Survlvo's. mcmae, one. son, lexas wlrs. loon. Williams I "':,wxs izverett'- s lerrm on'~'bun-,I Boyles attended, the 25th ~ I [sas Conference of W.S.C.S. born--Golda Mable, Vance, Vance, s,x ~randchddren,]Tacoma, Wash Jack Kenne. tMr. and Mrs: Graver M,z: da~z were Mr and Mrs Rav [wedding anmversary of Mr. . l at DodIze City and D C twenty-one great granucnll- ay tacoma, wash.; Mr. ano ner receives a tempnone can,-." " -~land Mrs Olen Cassaart at ] Mrs. P. J. Rafferty intro- With the exception of one dre nnea~dwnsUmer us meces[ M~S'MR:nXkKoennt~dY .a~d fanmdl fr:rm.m{he~rs~ln, iM~a~?~}oM~ia-] ~.~Yee;s :;:nla~2~Yu&y PTg2tlNarka on Sunday. BIt~l~e Club Party duced the new members of year, which was spent in ana p . ! !ly, -, '. % ~ ",I .Y . ": I wifih their parents Other ] Mr. and Mrs. Korwin Korb " -- I ",~ . > . -,~ lvlrs AI ~oen ann lamb,[~unuay WhiCh mey enloyeo . " L " our Socmty and, gaw them ,a/ash~ ngton and Ca.fforma RelaUves~r attending 'i tn~, Washington' Kan" and son,>' very much guests': Sunday were Mr. and were droner . guests Sunday Members of the Bndgette S ecial Recofmtlon as the.'{at most of her rnvrried tune al of Bertha G.b:-;s : Mrs. Curtis Terrill and tam- of Mrs. Lettm Korb. In the Club enjoyed a dessert 2glh Anniversary Members. life was spent on the farm were: Mr.and Mrs. Ervin Vance. . Gc21Ler esVran3nafamM is.ily,'.Mr, and Mrs. Max Terrill afternoon Lettie and Dortha ~)ll~ patty on Wednesday,I Mrs. Lowell Yasmer read ~ix miles southeast of Es- Waggoner, Council, Idaho: ~ I Y ' Y land' family, Mr. and Mrs./went to Superior to see Mrs. ~y 4, at, he Buffalo Roam/a not~ of appreciation from ban, Kansas. They retiree! Mr. andMrs. Emmett Wa ~- CARD OF THANKS [ Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Keitlu Terrill and girls, and[ Korwin Korb's mother, Mrs. (~y Room. The losers for Mrs. Rundle treasureroi "ram the farm in 1955 since' ?oner Longmont. Col()" Mr I -~- I Terry Garman, Mr. and Mrs ! ~i,~i, ~,tu~ I Mahan " " ' e~ " ' ~ ' ' ' r s. Le[[le t~orD accom- ~: round ~entertamed the Concordm D~stnct for the{b, n w~tn thmr son, Vance and Mrs Dean Clawson El-! We are deeply grateful]Ruben Coonrod of Narka [ Mr. and Mrs Moore all Mr ~ne~: A theme of spring[ Love Gift of $200.00 they have spent several don, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. I4.o-[ for the many kindnesses] Douglas May and Denms] Monln-ose were dinner ~uests BaBied Mr and Mrs Dallas ~ was carried out inI Mrs Nellie Graham and months each year in Idaho. ward Scott Eldon, Mo.; Mr. 5,hown to us in these days of[ Garman. ] Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Ar- Rem~er to "Hastim, s (;n Mon- eenterpmces, napkms/Nmta Jones were honored T,)e rest (n the t)me wa~and Mrs. Frank Sp~ers, O-Isorrow. Thanks to all of our| Mr. and Mrs. Gerald[thur Allen. day. tallies. A prize was[ with Special Membershipss~mnt trawdir~g irt the U~.ited berlin Kan. Mr. Ern~,~t relatives, friends and neigh- Boyles and family c.alled on Mrs Eleanor O'Neall was Mr and Mrs Lowoll Mc- t't~l~ to each of the win-! for their service to the Stat(s and visiting relati- e ,~ Win-. ~, Counc I Idah(r Mr. bars for food, cards flowers Mr and Mrs Bill Kiehl Sun- '~ a dinr~r g--uest Sunda-'y of Mr. N~ :rims-"" an~- mmny ~ "" were- " am-';*~ by'the losers. This was[ Society. She was baptized as g,and Mrs. Jay F'erguson, Le-] kind words and o.ther acts ?.!]day afternoon. [ and Mrs. Earl Mullins. Mrs. her guests at the Frontier ~ last reacting until fall. Mrs. Jan ]Vlenhusen, Mrs. Christian during childhood banon, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. I Kfones?~ ~our Kmane,ss wm ] Mrs. Grace Haworth and[ Neal enjoyed a phone call Cafe for a Mother's Day din- ' :i ? ] Lyle Rightmeier, and Mrs. Iler friends and relatives ad; Ernest Blattner, Esbon, Kan.;] atways o rememoere~. I Mrs. Madeline Miller werel from her daughter, Mrs. net. ~.Do~n Club ] Glenn Grout, .Jr. presented mired the way she praclice(~ Mr. and Mrs. John Gibhs. t --The Famil, of[ dinner guests Sunday of Mr.[ Austin Williams, in Texas We are having winter wea- ~D'ay Party ] the lesson on "Dreams and her Christ an faith daily. Red Cloud, Nebr.; Mr. and l Mrs. Bertha Gibbs.] and Mrs. Earl Rin~J'd,[ Saturday evening, ther again - ~ ~-- " ! Realities' of the Woman's .~.~ ~ m ':~,e Iron ,of the Happy] Society of Christian Service 1 ~~~1~11~1~1 ss~=S~l ~'Club entertained their[ followed by the Pledge Ser- 1 ~llllll~ l~~illEll with a6:30 supper at [ vice. Mrs. Marvin Walker ~ ll~A.u;. "--- i~ n ~L--L--~ mL ~ i~ ]~u!falo Roam on Moth / tssisted at the piano. ~ t~ll~lt| II"lF~llllllElilll[I rll~ ~ ~~ ll~lllllllll~~ ~It:I2RI~' Mrs Russell tlook I Emphasized the t s~' of at r ~ w) 2, ~,~. l :!,~S a:,guest. Afterwards ] :;erviee and money a~ st,!,- ,~~ / 1 l |I I [ [ All ttdtl: 'ere played at th,/,o,t of schools, hospitals,= I ll IIr I I1 $11 ~ .Cf Mr, and Mrs. Glen, [ ~omes for p' rsous of s))ecial ~ l I 1 [,[ ~ ll l ~t tgbere the ladies wer.: i ,eeds, rural w,M~, commun-~~ 1 I k I I/,~ IJ 1 '~|ad with gifts TD ly centers proTra'~~s of sac- q ~ . - I, " ' ll li I I I II~'ff)~tmg of the club wfl [ "al action and Missionary ~~ ~ I ather s Day, .lune 19 i ;ducation. Our budget ~~~ ' ----------- [ livides this into three main I1~~~~ ~I~ Circle ,arts Pledgeto Missions, 1~~ ~ t~ Sill}, ------ I !'ledge to our Local Church ~~ "--" ]~ ~l i Circle Club met l:md Community Activities, -I O1 1 iI t @ Ot V - ---'- -''-1" { the Rebekah Hall ] and Pledge for Cul,ivation ' ( $6o," Hanson as host- call was answered or verses about Day. All members ent except Mrs. Hostess gift Colson to Syrena! lovely breast pin and i for an apron. Syr- ifts for the oldest mothers pres- Van Meter being and Irma Thump- youngest. Each re- an air deodorant. We game of pitch and delicious lunch. The will be our pot birthday ex- to be held at the Re- Hall. Supper at 6:30, I wear the oldest dress LaRue, ciio Club ~, Junior Clio Club met, of Mrs. Don Monday evening, WRh Mrs. "Ray Kir- President conducted the Mrs. Frank gave a short talk of the Year". Frank W. Boyd, Jr book re- "0 Ye Jigs and Jul- ~inia Carrie were tti hostesses. Six- memO,s and two enjoyed the evening drive to Darlene's or Promotion, which is used in District Conference, Juris- diction and Division Cultiva- tion. And above all the de-. dication of these gifts to re- member that we give our- selves as well as our gifts. The Lily Circle served re- freshments from a lovely May Day table during thel social hour, which followed i the lesson. Alpha Omega Club The Alpha Omega club celebrated the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan and the 35th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zimmerman May 1st at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman. A boun- tiful basket dinner was ser- ved at one o'clock. Gifts were presented to the honor members. Pictures were taken and games played during the afternoon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan Mrs Guy Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Decker, Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ahrens, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Oldfield, Mrs. Willard Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Myerly, the host and hostess. -- Reporter You will find an enclosed check far four dollars to ad- vance my subscription for another year to the Jewell County Record, which I enjoy very much. Yours truly, Mrs. Jessie Warthen, Mesa, Arizona CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank friends & relatives for the letters, C. S. Meeting Society of Service of Hat- Methodist-Church met Hall, May 4, at M. 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INSTANT . . . jar LARGE GOLDEN Full Refund Tab mess meeting cards, visits and kind deeds Reg. 1.09 in regular form. whileI was in the hospital I{R~ King Size raced that Miss and since coming home. wdis attending ~,' ~1~.~ Assembly, ~ ,Tim Wears ALL PURPOSE itt ~ortland, Ore- BERTHA CLAWSON GIBBS 48-OZ.botHe 1-YE WARRANTY A~O that rMiss Donna I lectedasamem- 0rtha Clawson Oit.bs Q I ~e Methodist Educa-was born at Miltonvale, ~ Tour. These are two Kansas on Auvust 7,1884 tO W~~~CE g honors, for our John and Mary Clawson and '~: :~'~ ' passed away April 29, 1966 ;:~s n'~"~;tafford was at the Washington County pkg. ~:~ ~~~~L!! iCl ::~9 N cr~tary of Mis- Hospital, Washington, Kan- 'arge sas at the age of 81 years, . . "~" C' E TRIG KNIFE - One-Half WITH SURE GRIP HANDLE ~~ ~' '][~ ~V Gallon REG. $14.95 VALUE ~i![ b. Only NEW EXOITING HAWAIIAN STRIPE OANNON TOWELS Gt, Size 8,% Value PRESCRIPTIONS, no but medical pre- yes. We do pride ourselves on precise and fair prices. 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