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May 13, 1976

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SOCIETY and CLUBS (Items must be in by noon Monday) and Mrs. Merle Lewis, announce the engage- of their daughter, Jtmy DieM, 1218 Quincy, of Mrs. Paul Diehl, RFD was graduated Esbon High School and ns Beauty College, Man- hattan. She works at Westboro Beauty Shop, Topeka. The bridegroom-to-be, a Tescott High School graduate, attended Wichita State Univer- sity. He is vice president of Graves Van Lines, Inc. No wedding date has been set. PLETCHER-JENSEN Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pletcher of Mankato wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Cheryl, to David Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jensen af Man- kate. The prospective bride, a 1975 graduate of Brown- Mackie College, is employed bY Dreilin~s Dept. Store. David, a 1969 graduate of Beloit Vo-Tech, is employed by the Jewell County Highway Department. A September wedding is planned. MISS TAMARA J. JONES. whose engagement to Mr: Robert Keith Martin has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence F. Jones, 1401 Merchant St Mr. Martin is the son of Mr. and Mrs Clar- ence Martin Jr., Hartford. Miss Jones will graduate in May from the Emporia High School and works at The Vista Mr. Martin was graduated from the Olpe High School and farms with his father. An Oct. 16th weddi0g is planned. Tamara is the granddaugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jones, Concordia, and Mr. and Mrs. George Carter, Mankato. CALENDAR Thursday, May 13 - Bide-A-Wee Club - Ruby Scarrow Kensington Club - Birthday Party, Buffalo Roam KEltic Club - Mrs. Bradley Judy Friday, May 14 - Friday P.M. Club - Mrs. Glenn Tyler Saturday, May 15 - East Union Card Party Tuesday, May 18 - American Legion Auxiliary Bridgette Club- Mrs. Ed Walker Thursday, May 20 - Flower Lovers Club - Annual Garden Tour, meet at Alma Tyler home, 8:30 a.m. ood lghbor rmacy (There's One Just Around the Corner) RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. ROGERS - WALTERS Deanna Lea Rogers and Kenneth Roger Waiters were united in marriage inthe flow- er garden in Eisenhower Park in Abilene, Ks., at 7:00 p.m. April 30th. Ray. Robert Brooks of the First United Methodist Church officiated. Deanna is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rogers of Abilene and Mr. Waiters isthe son of Mrs. Dorothy Waiters of Junction City. For her wedding Miss Ro- gers chose a gown of ivory polyester chiffon. Cluny lace accented the high neck and sheer yoke. Bands of cluny lace trimmed the floor-length skirt. Miss Rogers chose a large hat of matching fabric and lace. She carried an arm bouquet of yellow roses and baby's breath tied with yellow ribbon. PRICES EFFECTIVE WHITE QUANTITIES LAST! She was attended bY Mrs. UR 7J Michael Zenner of Abtlene. Hours (~all 378-3801 24"H0 PRESCRIPTION SERVICEs-- ~.n. 3 1. She wore a floor-length dress FREE DEIAVERY SERVICE " | of ivory floral trimmed in .~ _ , r ivory lace and yellow ribbon. -- ,r------- Her hat was a large yellow one dress. She carried a single u~. I ~/ k ~ yellow rose and baby' s breath tied with yellow ribbon. Mr. Walter wore a yellow s tuxedo with yellow rose beu- s2., 8 VALUE S'.99 VALUE S' 04 VALUE MAALOX TYLENOL WASH BAN ROLL-ON tonniere. He was attendedby SUSPENSION TABLETS 'N DRY DEODORANT Mr. Carlo Perta of Abilene .sum,,,,e who wore a light blue jacket $129 Bottle Pkg. ~ ~qSc l'/,~z, and dark pants. He also wore 12-OZ.size 100 22.. B--!- Size a yellow rose boutonniere. Mr. Eugene Rogers of AbE- lane, brother of the bride, and Mr. Rick Marshall, Superior, Neb., cousin of the bride, ser- ,~1 red as ushers. ~'"' ~' .... , Miss Lorena Orvanonos of ~ALUE Abilene was at the guest book. 98VAL~UE Sl.88 VALUE JOHNSON & JOHNSON S3.i 3 VAI.UE A reception was held at the JOHNSON'S VITALIS BAND-AID JOHNSON'S mue home of the bride's parents in DENTAL FLOSS HAIR GROOM PLASTIC STRIPS BABY SHAMPOO Abllene following the wedding. .w.x,D.~,w.,o Miss Rose Rogers, Abilene, $1 Family 16.oz. ,.oz. 09 Size Size sister of the bride served the Slze 60's punch. Mrs. Robert Marshall, ~------~ Superior, Neb., aunt of the bride, cut and served the cake and Mrs. Earl Burwell, AbE- l r?4 -,.~.I lane, aunt of the groom, pour- , ed the coffee. Mr. and Mrs. I $2.49 VALUE J I95c VALUE S2.39 VALUE Elwin Lamb, uncle and aunt of S2.29VALUE II EAR DROPS Ilil ALKA-SELTZER CRU|X the bride were hosts for the DESENEX reception. They are from Clay I byMURINE" II ,A,L.S AEROSOL Center. [ s_ P Jl 66 Mrs. Gaylen Tyrell, Wake- $124 $ 24 ,k, C 2s" " field, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Ed Sorenson, Abilene, and -----w. ~--r.~ Mrs. Carlo Perta, Abilene, IF YOU MUffr REMAIN ON A DRUG/?OR A were Melodie Lamb, Clay Center, at the gift table. Miss PROLONGED pERIOD OF TIME .... and Miss Heidi Marshall, CHECK WITH yOUR pHAgMACBT ABOUT Superior, Neb., waited on the BUYING IN LARGER QUAI~ -- r~eception table and picked up $1.65VALUE serving trays. Mr. Michael VICKS SINEX IT ~ ~V~ YOU MO~, Lamb, cousin of the bride, NASAL SPRAY -- passed out rice bags. Mrs. Dorothy Walters, the ,/,~z. groorffs mother, entertained Size the wedding party with a din- ner following the rehearsal at the Ranch House Care in Abi- lene. SUNSHINE CIRCLE CLUB Sunshine Circle Club met with Mary Lagergren April 28th. Our president, Agnes Zadina, called the meeting to order. Thirteen members an- swered the roll call, guessing who was their Secret Pal. Sympathy cards were sent to Ruby Fullerton and Clara Han- cock. The guess box was guessed by Agnes Zadina. It was bobby pins. Minutes were read and approved. Election of officers was held with the fol- lowing results: Bernice Car- ter, president; Syrena Hanson, vice president; Charlotte Pletcher, secretary - treas- urer; and Mary Diamond and Esther Hodges, flower girls. Everyone paid their dues of $1.00 except for three mem- bers who were absent. We drew names for our new Sec- ret Pal for another year. Mary Lagergren served a lovely lunch. Next meeting will be with Charlotte Pletcher on May 12th. -Charlotte Pletcher, Secretary. DEMOC RATIC WOMEN MEET The Jewell County Demo- cratic Women met May 4th at the home of Mrs. Delbert Stevenson. Mrs. Ray Dietz, treasurer, gave her report and also brought some donkey ear- rings which are for sale to help the treasury fund. George Fogo gave a report on the 1st District Democrat convention held at Hays where he and Debbie attended as delegates from Jewell County. Members present signed endorsement papers for Herald Thompson and Herschel Rhea, candidates for coumy offices. The club picnic was discussed and ade- cision will be made in June whether to bold one in July or August. The next meeting will be held at the home of Ola Wilbeck. If she cannot have the meeting, it will be held with Mrs. Mary Lagergren. -Reporter. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 13, 1976 Page 3 - Section 1 DESSERT BRIDGE PARTY Mrs. Lester Broyles en- tertained with adessert bridge party at her home Fridayeve- ning, May 7. The tables were attractively decorated with lighted candles wreathed with miniature flowers. The high score prizes at each table were won by Mrs. Frank Kis- singer, Mrs. Marvin McCam- mon, Miss Adelaide Regnier and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. GOLDEN AGE CLUB MAY 21 The Golden Age Club will hold the dinner meeting a week early, May 21, because of the Mankato High School Alumni banquet the following week, May 30. Record Classifieds Bring Fast Resultsl P Stop here, and besure your car's in shape to stop when you need to. Brakes relined, cylinder fluid level refilled as necessary. .Get the "brake" of your with us. Because you can't count on the weather... COUNT ON State Farm Crop Hail Insurance to help protect your cash harvest. You knew what hail can do. In just a few minutes it can wipe out an entire harvest. That's why you should protect your crops -- corn, beans, wheat, milo or just about anything you plant -- with low cost Crop Hail Insurance from State Farm. You'll get fair claim service if your crops are damaged or destroyed by hail or fire. Call me for details W. R. "Hap" WILSON Phone 308 So. Center MANKATO, KANS. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. 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