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and CLUBS WELL COU.TY M.., .,, " Page 3 - Section 1 (Itsms muJt be in by noon b : : : .:. [ " , ~i: ,S,:~,~ )Hoover officiating. The bridel were ushers. ~ mK~~ ~ a m Iis a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.) Kathy Holdren had charge ~ m[~~ ~ [] m MODLIN-HARDING [and the groom is" the son of) The bride's mother wore a m ])im ---- Mrs. Marie Lynch, formerly of pink two~piece.dress with white ~ [] m Marriage vows ann rings the bride, and Ru~h Stevenson, lMankato presently of Wake-I accessories. Tne groom s me- -- --- . ere exchanged by Jerry Sue also of KSU. Manhattan. Kan- |field K~sas. I ther wore a blue and white Moldin, daughter of Mr. and san, friend of the bride regis- | The bride given in marriaoel dress with navy accessories. ~ i " m i I mmm Mrs. Donald A. Modlln, Burr tered the guests. |by her father, wore a full~Each wore a pink tinted white ~ m m Oak, and James F. Harding. The groom's mother wore a |length nylon 'over taffeta~carnatlon corsage. . ~ n~ m REECE-CALDERON Topeka, Kansas, son of Mr. pink suit dress with matching nGeorgette gown with lace bod-i The reception was held at I ~ l l and Mrs. Robert E. Harding, iaccessories. The bride's moth- |ice and wrist-length lace sleev-] East Union Community Center i ~ l~ l l marriage of Dixie J@lhat and" matching shoes ~nd Sr., Kansas City, Kansas. for-ler wore a light blue bonded Oes. Her veil of bridal illusion[with a family dinner following. [ ~ m~ m daughter of Mr. and[a corsage of pink rosebuds, merly bf Salina, Kansas, May [knit dress with bone accesser- |was held in place by" a crown lA three tiered white wedding i ~ m~ m yle B. Reece. Mankato, I Mrs. Bud Cortner of Wichita, 14 at 3:00 p.m. in the Burr lies. Both wore white rose cor- |of pearls. She carried a bow )cake with pink roses (a gift I ~ m~ m , and Prudenclo Cal- I Kansas registered the guests. OaR Methodist Church with [sages. )quet of pink roses Her jewelry ~f the bride's uncle and aunt. J ~ m - - [ m son of Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Kenneth Smock, organ- Rev. G. R. Alsobrooks officiat-) A reception was held in Fell- |was a pearl pendant a gift o'flMr. and Mrs. Gordon Snyder) ] ~ i~i~i~ m Calderon, Sr,, of Tor- ilst, of Lawrence, Kansas ac- ing. Jowship Hall, Methodist Church. ithe groom. The theme of some- |centered the table. Mrs. Mary i ~ n ..... ~.~ m Coah, Mexico, was sol- I companied Miss Cheryl Hal- Miss 3erre Lou Lewis, KSU.)with Mrs. George Chitty, /thing old, somethin~ new |Frances Holdren had charge ~ ~ l l l .~d May 6, 1967, at St. istead, also of Lawrence,,who Manhattan," Kansas, was or-)Jamestown, Kansas, and Mrs; isomething borrowed- somel]f cutting the cake, assisted J m's Catholic Church. ~sang "Ave Maria" and The ganlst, lGienn Fearing, Burr Oak, [thing blue was carrie(i out ]by Mrs. A.rmel Jones and Mrs. I ~ m m m ' James Hoover received lLord's Prayer". The brlde,given in marriage Jaunts of the bride, and Mrs. | Mat~'on of honor was Doris- ILenard Brown, aunts of the ~ ~ m m uple's double ring vows. i Ushers were Don Macfee of by" her father, wore a full )Thelma Krieger, Grand Is- )lea Stouffer sister of the bride [bride. Mrs. Eula Kell served / m i m m bride was lovely in aiDanbury, Nebraska. and Jan length white bonded crepelhnd, Nebraska, cousin of the IJoyce Schaffer sister-in-law oi|the punch and Mrs. Herschel i ~ m i m m silk organza gown with )Pacey of Kansas City, Kansas. gown, with short sleeves, scoop (bride, as hostesses. Others as- )the bride was'brlde's matron )Cole served coffee, also aunts I ~ m~~ m m Llly laceappliques, scoop-) Included in the ceremony neckline, natural waistline, fainting at the reception we]'eIBoth wore white over pink|f the bride. Mrs. Paul Huff-I~ i~ ~:~ n== m neckline with Kubski/was the groom's gift of thir- bell skirt and detachable train. |Misses Sherry Fearing and IChelsea lace empire waisted mman, Mrs. Leo Parsons, Mrs. | ~ m m }s, over a fitted ivory [teen gold coins in a small gold Swiss organdy medallions weremRuth Stevenson, KSU, Manhat- Jdresses Each carried a pink|Ray Dietz, and Mrs. Gerald | ~ r '~ ~)~~!~|~ m m Less, candlelight satin Jchest, given to the bride as a appliqued on the sleeves, at)tan, Kansas; Mike Modlin. Jlon-stem mum iThompson prepared the dinner. | i ; m m with a graceful alsle[symbol of his worldly goods, the neckline, bodice and skirt i brother of the bride and Men-| Best m~n ,~ ~'~od .~eh,rl~| After a wedding trip to the [ ~ .... "Ni chapel train of nylon tulle J The reception and buffetbord A matching pillbox of crepe |dames Gale Tegley, Stanley lof Keats Kansas friend of the |Ozarks, the couple is at home I I m qued with lace and topped |were held at 12:30 at the Buff- held her shoulder length nylon |Johnson, Carl Stepp George iroom........ 'Stan Schurle Keats |at the Graham trailer court in | i~j~..~ .... ~ ,, a m large self bow. She car- male Roam. Tables were cover- illusion veil. She carried a half |Cordel, all of Burr Oak. 1' |Mankato. r ,, ;~ n m I bouquet of pink rosebuds Ied with white linen with lace crescent of. Talisman roses., l The. bride's aunt, Mrs. (~lenn I- lGj~eur~.............. ..u I ; , :. ; / m stephanotis. Her Jewelry ]runners of mint green. Flowers Miss Llnda Haupth, KSU, JFearmg. baked and decorated | [,ot~ ......... ,~ ,,, ,t,~ | ............. '' | n pearl drop earrings, a [were attractively placed at in- Manhattan, Kansas. was maid[the' four-tier wedding cake. |-- |~erican'~*l~ed"'~ross" the | of the groom. She wasitervals in snifter vases,of honor. Her floor length[ Misses Melanie Swenson, Wi-I -- l ......... ' _~ | ~ed down the aisle by her] The brlSe's table seated dress was made of peach da-i chita, Kansas, and Rita Lake.i m~'c~~ ~van~::il~'Cy~'an~n~ I ~~ m [] m r on a white bridal car-[eighteen and had a centerpiece cron crepe with empire waist. ~ Peabody, Kansas. friends ofi ~~~ |~,~ o~,n'w~: .... h ,r~, ..... ~ | ~~ m m iof pink carnations and minia- She wore matching pillbox [the bride, displayed the gifts, i ~ ~ |d'ent ~a~>~voi'nt~ed~*l~ary"I)~a~ond | ~~ ~ ~ iron of honor was Mrs. iture white snapdragons, with short veil and carried al Cindy Harding and Sylviam /.. o,o=o .... _,..o ,.. i m m m single white rose. Modlln distributed the r~ce ........... | ~ m~m~F~i m m McCune of Washington, | The table, where the lovely M~n;~al~t~onofficer Sada O1- I ~~~~i m m m )., sister of the brlde, lthree-tlered wedding cake and Cindy Harding of Kansas mbags. ..... ~nmalds were Cathy Wal-|green punch were served, was City, i~an., niece of the groom, m The Driae ]s a graoua[e ezra [0o. i~atsl],~,4 th~ ~ffi#',~P. l'~r | ~ "~:~.~i~ m m m Salina, Kansas, and Dee-icovered with a handmade lace and Sylvia Modlin of Burr/Burr Oak High School and i ) ~i~e" 19"67"~968"ter~n'"'P're.si~dent. | ~~~P~~I m . Holzer of Manhattan,[tablecloth and had a flower Oak, sister of the bride, were/Brown Mackie School of Busi-m iL na B- " Sr "Vice'Presi'/ ~ - --~.~.~,'n a == mm candlelighters Their dresses/hess Salina Kansas. She is am ~,~~ iLe . ..~rry!.._ : - . / = I m m ha, They wore identical |arrangement of giant ,white and veils were identical to the [secretary for the State High-| ~~ I ~er~s'tde~n~ ~*aJr~y~K~aJnge.Vn~:: | ~~~ m m length gowns of mint and |taurus. | green with matchingm Serving the cake was Mrs. maid of honor and each wore)way Commission, St. Office|~k z~~ m . :-- "'1 W 'a m ~~~immm a wristlet corsage of white mR..d,.g, Topeka, ~~ |:re~FrYgin?:~i-~:~eeierr~:;| ~~~~ m I slippers and tulle bouf-lDon Macfee of Danbury, Ne- -." " ~ ...... h I H servedi Jlaln, Etta Nees; Conductress [ ~~~J~ == m m veils. Each carried a|braska. Mrs. Jan Pacey of roses The groom is a graduate of .~!~ ' ~ ' " long stemmed pink rose. mKansas City, Kansas and Mrs. xne groom wore a aark busi: [~a.na High 5c oo e l I ...,..o ~o,.,, ,-_, o..,, i ~ m m mm it man was Phil Bite- mTeddy Crist of Friend, Kansas ness suit with Talisman rose 14 years m me u, ~. A~r force, l .,..,.~. ,, o,o,o, i ~ m m mm it' of Plttsburg, Kansas. |poured the punch, boutonniere. Ralph D. Harding mile i, employed as a bill clerk | ff ...... I mm == ~smen were Carlos Cal- [ About three o'clock,in the of McPl~erson, Kan, served as lfor the Union. Pacific Railroad, | c.gagemenz I~ar~ee. z~euson:: ......; ranCor'ran J'o'y I -~i~,.' m ~ ~ t, brother of the groom, laRernoon, the couple left on bestman. Heworeadarkbusi-[Bonner Springs, Kansas. | A ........ -/ l~ampbell; Color Bearer)4o I | ~~~~~ ~tln, Texas, and Rlcardo|a honeymoon trip to New York ness suit with white rose bou- m For going away, the bride | #~ILUtMLL~L~ [ Mar,, Diamond; Color Bea~r ] ~ -- m tron, cousin of the groom, mctty. The bride Chose a yellbw tonniere. ' |wore a navy blue linen dress [Navice-Fromt -, ,ooo m as Weon, Coah, Mexico. They mlinen suit with flared skirt, Rob'ert E Harding Jr Kan- [with white accessories and a / ] : .... .:--': .-=-':~, _~:.-- m m m == m san City, Kansas brother of lwhlte mum corsage " i Mr and Mrs Wa,,ne Havice [ " ,. " .... ' u~ .... ~ m mm m , formal attire of black mwhite picture hat and black .... a ~ ~nearer ~o ~, ~nnme t~onLa'm~ _ m m m m , . " . .. . . ~ , ~ t~omr uearer z~o ~ ~nna I~ i:~T~: m m m mm 10 trousers, white pleated [patent shoes and bag as her ..... the groom, and Charlie Mod-J After ahweddingcou le triPwill ~Obemeat [IEsbon, Kansas, announce the ,i~"~.-.-,ggs; ...... ~ruszee ~o." ~," 'nuueen .... I" '~,s'=s ram= s= |, and white dinner jack-[going away costume. She wore Am, uurr Oak, were ushers. |OzarKs, ~ e p [engagement of their daughter,]Hanson. Trustee No 2 [ ~~itl ::=~ ~ |~ m m Hth Manhattan, Kansas, cousin of I Kansas. l;o. of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton ) 3,'-~l'll'a C'olson.~' Meeting ad: | - ,mmmmmmk~ m [] m ~ras, The groom wore | The bride is a 1966 graduate Mlsses Sherry Fearing, KSU, home mt 1431 Harrison, Topeka, Leta Loulse to Ivan Lee Frost, l ~i~nnh: 'Phnm,~. 'Pr,,.te: ~-' ] ~m~ : ~~ m m t -e vee Frost, gsbon, Kansas. Journed to re-open June 13. Re- 'tuxedo trousers and for- |of Kansas State University and 6th meeting will be Beulahlenjoyed the breakfas, s r edl~Leta is a 1967 graduate ofl~,,,~,,,o,,, ............. ~ h,,l Golden Anniversary May~ ForThoJ. G. Wmdos Ihirt with an ice blue[for the past year has had a Jr ] f th ......................... a tr Jacket and white car-msecretarial position, in Repre-.Brinkwrth and Phyllis Myer- .u,]bY c thc,~ c Lucy~.o EC c~. e Whitle" e ,[ Esbon_ Hl~ho School. ,U ~+ho~ .................... '~ ....... n ~ ...... ........ ~-n-. | .... tt boutonniere. [sentative Bob Dole s office in ~Y, i ..... .'- .......... ~,', . ~' ] Ivan Lee, also a graduatel son [ Mr. and Mrs. J. G. (Don) I ~urzey. All plan to be here for --Secretar presment of the cm~ asKea this oc ). Lyle Reece, mother of|Washington, D. C. The bride- Y' I ..... ": ,- [of Esbon High School, is pre-I" ' --Reporter JWade Sr. will observe their[ casion. J ............ i sently engaged ing. | __ )50th wedding anniversary Sun-i cou le requests no ; . ~'Ide, wore a beige sllk mgroom was graduated from each member to mtroouce her in farm " ' ' ttlng suit dress, and teal[Kansas State University ir~ Modern Minerva Club i guesy ~v~,rs: ~e~tn ~a~steaa;)NodefintteweddingdatehaS[Honor Jewoll Co Toachors Iday, June 4, at the grade[ i~ lllories with a pink rose-|1965 in Agricultural Engineer- music, cnmrman,., announces,, been se.t " school activity room at the , ' The Modern Mini~rva Club plane solo. Impromptu , ................ ["orner of Adams and ThirdI ='', ...... ~rsage. Mrs. Carlos Cal-Jing with a degree in milling h zr nnual Guest Da by Schubert given by Robertal.~,rs of tho Literature ContestI Tne vrw ~uxmary ~UlJ~ m m[ ~-r~ rm mm~.. i, mother of the groom, land has a position with a large heLt t~' a +~.. ~,~.n~ I M~wr wh~ re-resented the[~- ...... ~ ............... fmade 104 notes of appreciationlstreet in Osborne, Kans. [ U~|~U [A~" t a dress of black sheer[company in Pennsylvania. ~,~,,,,,ao~ ,.~ ~,,~ ...~ ....... ] -.~ , .. ~. ~.u .,c.- c..~ wv, v ~,:j __., ___...__ ._ .._ .___,.___m A rec~ntion and .n~. hon~,~l '~a~aap. ~i"~i~ ! with lace sleeves re-] The couple will be at home Church in Fellowship Hall on ~Minerva Club at the District[Mxs' Robert Meyer, "My i af". ]will be held from 2'00 to 5'00j "' ~idered with black Jet]in Muncy. Pennsylvania. ' Thursday, May 18 .... at 9'00 a m Music. Auditions. Other musi- Goal", 2nd place in _voetry in]z.n Jewe.t ~oun.w. on.~vmYTn LS~. ]:~,.,,,.,,~ *,,,,~"'~ ,~,,,~S'~""A ann' " means" ' ". I 1966 Canrlce.,_.. ~La teal chiffon picture| .. ~ The ]ng tables were laid with Ic'ans'lh were unablethat the club sponsoredto come bec It~e District" Mrs. Fran'kBoyd. I ".r e.noes reaa., a.nx .youl ~ ..... ~'~n"in-~'-'~*"~'l] hi- l:l.ob~.~ ..~ yellow cloths centered w t . ~ Sr 'From Youth to Matur- " ami ' " ~ii:~ END R ause , ' xor Delng a ceacner we IOOK ........... ........... ",, ......,~m ' " l M "' to you for the education of our A f ly droner will be serv- All' ~ . CAL A [the president Sue Green, 1st arrangements of white petun-Iof final exams at schoo .... rs ISy'', 2nd place in short stor]eslI ........ [~ at noon --re-'-d'in" th"-~ [ ---- IVice-president presided. The ias, red salvia and white dais- I Raymond O'Hara. literature iin the District; Mrs. Dale] Yu~n;..rLence me xuture oIl~-~. ..... ' ~" ~'~' ~ ~ "~-] l_{:~g |mn~l'~ ~d-~d~J M,, .. I inut; o, previous romeet- ies. 37 members and guests ./chairman, announced the win- ,_iPark. 'The Art of Living " 1st'(| " " il' The honorees' were married I1 and All" ~,M.u I' g d app o ed. ' - ' ' , [place in essay in the District[ .o ~ [June 3 1917 at the home of' l~,.a 2nd ..lace in the State: mr. ann Mrs. z~aymond Ni~i. ' i,~ o~, .=_ .,_ ~ ~, May 30 - [Committee reports were given __ __ I*' ............ "~i chela, Mr and Mrs Mike Raf=Ithe bride's parents, Mr. and] " r ~orial Day [showing success with the din- -~ =- ~ Ith~gSav~tloU~r~n7 ~es~n~da' ferty,, Mindy and Trela, and]Mrs. Henry C. Ayers at Man-1 1964 Impa|a. Air i!1~i~ ~hty, Juno 1 - Jner of April 18. Frances Walk- ~ ~~ _ . : " .^~. ..... '1 Thurman Semke attended thel Kato. me rteverena L. ~. Tar- / .......... !~ii~ ~tl Neighbors [er and Helen Murphy were in Jr presmem xor z~o~-.tuo,. "' 8th grade commencement ex- " Y ' . " ~~ Bee Club-Margaret [charge. Detailed plans were .... ~ l~Hstesses.,, were~.. .... Mrs. J. ..... C. Le- ercises at Smith Center Wed-[~n the presence of re .t es[ mg and Brakes -R Jrtltttingtn Umade for the Poppy Program "lll Af4'#~ I/O I ~ z~ow zv~rs, uaLe rarK ann ~wrs., . . ~a d fri " " f~'l ~ . ' nesaay evening. Jo Jene Ni- n enas. ~j~rcI~e [ e hisCahbthep pp s made by (~rl (F~T~'If~' I iI~ " )chols of Smith Center was a[~ *- g ) ~' 8~TI~" ~ Mike Stout Mr and Mrs Wade be an1964 Chevelle - V-8, FOtesUl~"" Club [ in" a'win~'~v ~i~spla;torem~nd ~ 11 IV.F.W, A~r'yT"~ I member of the class. I their married life in Formoso, i Automsd~l Y-,m ~ ~- ;,~::,~~ [ -- -- I'where the groom owned and] ' o r 1963 Super Sport - 4- r Club Meets ,us of the great debt we owe to ~bO~b/~ = ':i~:ii ::=:ii~i:ili~i~i~~ | The Jewell County Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noble,cpe a, ted a barbershop. He,/ ~-.....a lib, ~ Ithoae who have fought and giv. " - "" "'',[ I [Auxiliary 7830 met May 9 atl entertained at their home ~ar-]was nnCtuctea into me armea | ol~nvu [J !~ ~lower Lovers Club met[ en their lives for their country, q~ J n ~~ Ithe V.F.W. Hall at 8:00 p.m.I ly Sunday morning with a pan-[ xorces on .~e, ptem~er 9, mT.[ 1961 6 Cyl. - Stick Bw ~ l~ity, May 18, at the home[The following week, Friday ~ [with 14 members present. The[ cake breakfast. Those present[After. rec.elvmg his dtscnarge| ............ ~. Ward Ozmun. Mrs.[May 26th and Saturday May [president, Lena Berry, presid-! were Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.Ithey hives in Mankato for six) 1~)~ O ~yL - ~ -- ' ,~LWfley gave the lesson[ Z7th, poppies will be sold. The ~~ led at the business meeting ac- Thompson, John and Melode of[and.he-half years. They camel 1958V-8 - A-t~m~*~ ....... ~'~sl'den Work for the[proceeds going to the disabled i~l~iiili~:i~ (cording to the ritual Commun-[ St. Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mrs.~t ust~orne, October 15, 1925,[ ~...., ~_ "~'~.~--~" i" Refreshments were i veterans in our hospitals.I , ~i~ ]ications were read and new! Larry Thompson and Pamelai where Mr. Wade purchased a]Just uv~vrn~ttlOO by the hostess. The l Mary Boyd is in charge and I business discussed. Delegates| of Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. i~DarDer Shop, which he has. oP-i ------ !dm~i~t0ting will be a break-[volunteers will give able as-[ Ire the Department ConventionI Jerold Thompson, Mr. and Icrated for the past 42 years. | uoth Mr and Mrs Wade are ~i.j~ (he City Park June 15.1sistance at the Post Office and iat Garden City June 1, 2, 3.i Mrs. Harold Thompson, Mr. . , . .... .... i~:~['~ A.M. ,about 'the residential district.I ' ,a,d re Vlrginta. Rlghtmeier, and Mrs. awrence Thomp,o..I ......... / ~ IfgllP, - ~-----"-'--~ n 4 a L memoers of me united Church ) I~Iv . IT he nominating committee[ Let us coach you' to dest roy old med]- land Blanche Thomas. Alter-} Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thomp-Ime uraer o~ me ~ascern 5tar. I m ~S V m~ ~~y Dinner presented names for officers ein~ ~,nd n;ll~ l~nn'* b,~,,, ,,1,1 ....... Jnates are Lena Berry and Ru-t son, and the host and hostess[American Legion and Auxil. | ............ "-- L' for the new year. Election for.....w ~t.... v ......... - -,.,~, ,~u ~,,,~,., ,p- . i n c 1:~:);J Itev tions r ..... ..... [by Kale. Hospital chairman,[ and Debra, Harlan and Tam-[iary, a d are a tive in other/ . wiae uoz Newell Davis was hon- lowed and installation will be[ a ouna me nouse where cnllaren [Mary Diamond, re"Arted send era Noble I clubs and activities / I/.Ton "==~'m~[q~tth It' b/rthday dinner held at the June 6 meeting.[ mng.ht get at them and do themselves ling 28 dozen cooklZ to Wads- -- [-Entertaining will be their[ ~a~n ~- ---," - LPresent were Mr. and eoming President. i serious harm. Davis, Dan and DO.- May 2rid was guest day and~ rlrl; [ fr . I ~eloit, Dr. and Mrs. members and guests were en..[ [Lena Gerini reported on Tea-) Mrs T,,l*'.-S -;o*~:- ~'-- o ;-I u ' Y "i ~ " L]i~eyer and family of terra/nod by Eunice Suchs[andm chefs' Day. Notes of appre- ~ .................... . vet, and thelr son, J. G., Wade, i~tn, Mr. and Mrs. Harry as she showed groups o,. pic-J I:I..oo were sent to 104 Jewe.I CH:l~PSanndatefr~ter CiVil ~r'. Denver. The Wade, h"'/ l[ d Mr. and Mn. NeW- turu taken on some of the[ L~" -- ManyVaCaUnthmak|teips gooothey tohaveherhad"fori [ C~:tTn le~h:;~ Mo:Y~;" :h:/ ~ s tcJ~;IL w~ t Ml~a~:~l eM. r~ al~'Idj~:gg[:2d~n~e? ~ lyn ea ng~a~d./ / " Ject: Lena Gering,Farylt " ' lyn Lewlse Schnee, Johnjeffrey] J' , On the way home they visited Lanp, Hulleen Hanso~ arid r "na- in ""'i"a --'~ ~"1"-~'~Z] ~Pat)' Michael and rr~ Legkn Amdlgi~/ ! an eoJbyable and educatlon.a/J ....... i f i,, ,.. o., ,..,..,. ,,,, u~auol -- .... " .---- evening. Followfn| the mmK.~ Lena, ms r~. V/rgima mght-) Sprtnp, Colo., and Dr. and[ ~ M mnd'm star Ihm-i m .m~nbe~ mot It Ing Ruth LeBo~ and l~orencl~| m~er pve _a report on me| l~trs. W. L. McBride in Limon,[ oHal Plantm, Wmtlu~ I~k,w~,~ | I rvo - " I I , .... . ..... palm" a GN't " 41011 ..... .