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MAY 25, I967 JEWELL COUNTY MANKATO, KANSAS , P,&GE ~B .__ .,.,,-- [Walker, Mrs. T. D. Leonard all't'h'enbleacher seats. The pro-[ ,, - *n~' ; '' [Manka,o Alumnl Plcnlc ['i i, ' .... aa ' , ' ' .. ~'~"~I~ N land Mrs John Diamond were gram was fine. Two of my] rlosnttat [Sunday. May 211 [ [ ] II[ I~ | llh [II , , l,IB~41e '" r r"" f m ,, u~ ~.~ J/ [together, Mrs. Alice Duffy, very special friends, Susa.n[ [ -- III II . [IIIB I , ) ,11113 ~ 1 !lMrs" Paul Huffman, and Mr. Kier and Sarah Jane Russell, jJ ~ # [[ The Mankato Alumni Picnic[ Kansas veterans uomtnls Mark won me nonor at re ' 19 1" ~ ~ [and Mrs. Delbert Stevenson. - got special honors. Susan plat-] Pl~nl,~ [will be held Sunday, May 281 I 1 L ,~ / i~. ~ [I called it a day and went ed 5th in state scholarship[ '~" [at 6:30 p. m. in the Mankato[ [ | ~ |&' I I~ VII ~ II ~l_Ib~ l~ I r "q '~ h_ ] home. - Hope to see you next testsmEnghshS. SarahJane[ INatlonal Guard Armory. All] I,|~ El) I|~1~ I i ~ liar|E| ~_~ I Saturday night, was chosen by her classmates n Rirhar alumni, former students, tea-[ "---J ~ as outstanding girl in tht According t d Dla chers and board members T r 1 n,~ in -- " ' ..... "imond, treasurer"t'here was al, " [ he egu arl eet'g of the The Lions calendars have .... I Before Saturday Ni-ht 8th grade. - The parents of the ] total of -45 948 72 in the[are invited. [Club was held Monday even- arrived aod were issued to tha National Adverfislna RenresentativA [ -- . ". ~.. n members of the graduating[hosoitaI fund'at noon Tues-I Please bring your families ling, May 22, with 1st Vice- various members for distribu- ............. ~,,,,- .... -.-_ I. ~vJonaa.y. morning Mrs. r~o- class were hosts at a reception[day~ May 23 [and friends, food and service. ]President Bob Switzer presid- tion. Also, the books Of nation- I~l~lxlbAb t'Kl:)b abKVlUl:, INI=. Inert r~ricKson stoppefi to sun- at the grade school after thel .%_ /., ". , [ -- ling wide ZIP Code numbers are scribe for th 'or o lne lOllOWln nave con- o" 701 Jacksnn Toneka .... IJ,~,n'~ [, .... e Rec d .t, be program. We have no Idea how[tribW,~,~ ~;n,~o g~ ..... t,. [NOTICE [ Lt. Arden Blaylock was a here and are available from - t - r , ........... ]sent to Mrs. Levern ,~rlcKson many helped with the service, ] ,-, .~"~n ....... ~.~ "'"~"~ [ ]guest of his father, Lion Wayne any member of Lions. [at Superlor. ffirs..~rlcKson was but Ye Scribe happened to [ ~ay.rarsons ffiemorlal[ All ~,rad~l -irls in- ]Blaylck. Our next meeting will be /accompanmu ny nor one-monm meet the followin"" Helen Rus nLaLI(JII I'L rl ~ [ ~ ID - I ................. .... , .; ........ -" "-, -- ,.' ,'-"-- 'teresteo in nia,,in- softballU Lion tJaLe r'arK necamea tnursfiay evening gune n, aim ~l ..,^.,...,,-......pEts n can snow to any numan[olo son t~ooert aonn xne little sell Mrs Mark Kinse-" of/ l=vangellcal Lumeran n v a ~, v ............. ?' .... AIIONAL I~Pwora ........ / . ' .' '. . I ~ , " ~ /r~t. .... t. Ishould be at tha littla dia. lmonomguisr mr me evening, wiu ne neJo m me t~nty l-arK. ! r'x ~ "7 I acing, let me ao it now aria/cnap fins many granoparents I Montrose Mrs Walter Rourke /"u'~'" I . - ..'= ..... ,,~.'" " 7 I ....... ...... t..:.. ....... ... r,r; .... .... *k .... l.......o. A C T I P ' ' ' mona at 7:oo . m. lnursaa , v.,:~e,,-.~ ~ of,v, violin.. ~o v,.,.g.o .,,...v ,.,,...~ Iv,,- ss o p [not defer It for I shall not land great grandparents - John [ Mrs, Jerry Kier, Mrs. Robert].. M and.Mrs. JhnDahlfrlaun. 1 P Y ]the accompaniment of liberal will be installed IP~-'~!~-2-'# ' "-" v ' ~ Pass this way a~ain." lArland Diamond, two years I q{rvaan Mr,: Bavl. Alonrn /t)r. ;brlerlll Memorial. I " ' n .... " - " ...... [Se on P ta P lord, son of Henry Diamond, Mrs Bill Conner, and Mrs.[ ] ---tmtty murray ] 1._ I c d Class as ge aid at/was in the office Tuesday. The Rex Freeman - The "rand-/John Magnussons Celebrate I [ ~EWELL COUNTY RECORD I the Post Office, Mankafo,]little fellow has bright eyes I mothers were" "-lentiful~ and [50th Wedding Anniversary [Savings Bonds Purchases [ NOTICE I M-rk ................ ~. i Kan .... 6 / , ...... I v , ' | / I I a ~nv~rm~,~ nonoreo ~ol. 76, No. 50, printed week- [ sas O0'/a [anti a lovely smile. - mrs. tvlur- [ most happy. I saw Edith Ost I . . ~ , . [ .-. . 7-~- . ~. . [ [ -- Mankato, Kansas 66956. I ..... /lin Neilson visited us Wednes-land Lil'" Hennin'sen to-ether / Mr. anti Mrs Jonn S tviag-/ rurenases oi aeries ~ ano u ....... n .......... 3uDscrlptlons" y $ ~ " . . . uurlng dune a representa- marK xntermlll returnea on ................... [ " /day. Her three-months old son, [Thai. .r~ndson Kirk was a [nusson celebrated their Golden [Series H United States Savings [; .... ~ ,h.. v ....... xr ......... , I~t,~.,4~. r~ .... ,~ ,...... [i'Th~~w-'-w-~ ] $ " pe ye In Jewell [Michael has dark brown ex-[,..~.~.~. ..r the -lass Also saw/Wedding Anniversary on Sun- [Bonds totaling $36,387 were [r',...ml ...... ,, ~.o ;. ~.., [, o.t.'o ,.;.. ,. ,u..~.;...,* . r~ ;~ '"" ""~'g..*y~:." ......[ U ty and surrounding |presswe eyes and had a radl-[ an,. o.,~ an.~ r',%u.. H,mnin-- [day April 30, at a dinner and [credited to Jewell County for ] ........ r .... ~ ~.,..~. a ..,,.~. [t- ~,~.u ....... . ... ,o 'IL ,.uu,,,y j aunties (Sm th, Osborne, [ant smile for everyone.- We]o~, lnn,~ Mari,~ and Val Dean/pen house in the afternoon at ]the month of April according/o ,~ ,~ ,~o o;~. r4~,, ~ .... ;~, [ .... ,. .... ~ n~^,....,..,, a.t.. ,!"=~-'-~--'-- Mitchell, Cloud, Repubhc ]heard a good Mother s Day ]from Beloit" then Geneva Ost [their new home in Superior,/to reports released this week/,,, ....... a ~h,,~, a,,n,,,~,~,,,~, 1,,,,,, ,, ,~,, :~, a ..... ~ ~ro ~ THE BOYD FAMILY [ counties m Kansas, and/story Miss Syrena Hanson told [ .......... '^_ ~, ..... o.._ /Nebr The dinner was served [to County Savings Bonds Chair- / ........ ....... :=.-""~7 ..... I~ .... :" ~ .~-~.~'=" ,":'""-" :'"." ~' Nuckolls and Webster c un "..... . auu tie/- ~b~ez, ~vxxa. x~&y x~.oa~-i " / .... /or survivors vim 'veterans Itlonat bcnooi ~alety k'atrol : Owners and Publishers o - me her little niece told her" in the Lady Veste Room man blen tirout . i Owners and Publishers i tioo ;., XT,~,..o,.. / ......... " i baugh, and son, Wayne Sarah [ ......... Y , . , ] .._' _ .. : o .. ]service work, Anyone unable [Parade which was held May ~,~ ..,~.~ .~ ~j..^_i =a.~z~o~ao~a. l"~ou cant nave a momersljane Russell's two arandmo./notel Leslie, to D3 reiativesl The April purcnases ior tne/~ .... .,.., ,..,.,~,...; ........ 1~9 .~ ....... n~: ........ .~t.. 'F W BOYD JR Editor ................................. ~ ......v ........ vv.~v,=u u~, ~'F. W. BOYD, JR.,Editor154.00 a year elsewhere ll)ay gdt because you are not I ..... Mrs Russell 92 --ears land close friends I county bring the total for 1967/ ............. / .......... ,, tilers " , .. * , Y ' . write phone or vlsz~ me ollice [.fie american Au~omooue A~- ~l~lrs. Frank Boyd, Associate] |a mother Syrena asked her lot a-e and Mabel Lorimor [ A beautiful four-tiered cake [to $182,861 Mr. Grout said. [.... '~, ] . " Su ri " s , .srefi OelOW: satiation. ~" - ........ Edit'or ....... i bsc bers are asked to [if "my mother (Mrs M Han- ] ...................... lrested on a satin underlay coy-] Impact of the new "Free- [ .... / . . . 1 .... [ notify this office at once/son) would get a"present"[anu her ~unL, n,e,~,, r.~tr,i:,Otler topped by a ruffled netldom Share Savings Note"[ ' ' ' "-1 " ,, " " t)enver we met r~ay ~mlm's .... slon CourthouseMarysvllle presenting the Supermr Public i "Any good thing that l I when they have a change of ]She' answered "No she is not ] .- " .... ]overskirt hanging to the floorlwith its 4 74 percent return is [ , ", " ,/ ' do'~ or any kindness that 1address. ia mother she is a grandmoth-[hmeran~n nw stxnegeaL:?: land decorated with gold bells [not reflected in the April fig-[Kansas 66508, Clayton G. Mar- [Schools by submitting win. " ' ~ ' ' ' ' ' i ton Field Representative role- ning 500 word Safety ~ssay let. - Mrs. W. G. Thompson [ ................. a_.~_h. /gold and white double wed- [ ures s nee the new savings in- [ , ' i p ne I 3 81 students and members of the : ~ |was in the Record office on [.~.~.n but Max is the first one i ding rings and their names on [strument was not offered for [ - - l ' h a r ' in "P ..... h r ' ' sale until Ma 1 " -- school's Safety Patrol The es- i _ _ _ ]T ursday, ' dye tls g up }~,, ~ .........,~-at- from l elt e rode of gold fifty years, i Y I [ .... : .... ............ ~ ..... " ' NOTICE says were Juclgea oy me lO~&l [] II ~t I~ I ~r ~ I I =r'l= rh l|pies for sale". Her two daugh- Ithe 8th -'fade Dena Cle-" had Since the honored couple had I [ [....... 1 ~U~[L I LMA I I IlK I[ters Elaine, eleven, and Bec-lh,.. ,,,,: ,~randmothers~Mrs ]so many nieces and cousins] Ft Leonard Wood Me (AH-i ]Kiwanis ~oys and tiirls uom- " ""'= ...... "" "" "----'=" " = ' ..... ~' ' ' ' " ' " ' o mittee 1 .... "FO"R'-I-IOMEYbLk'S" ""'" HIky, four, were with her: I a,m/C. T. Clegg and Mrs. John present, they took turns serv-[TNC)- Army Private Edwin [ The Solomon Valley C on-] 1 ................ ~ i l sure me girts oion't liKe tne/.m,,~ .... ,h,~.,~ .. h,~v avad. ling the cake, coffee and punch, lB. Deibert 19 whose narents [hunters and Sportsman Club [ The trio was the thrill or I M.A.B.M.A.B. !1 .......... idea of selling their pets. -/a.o..e~--~:'-"-~"'~/'~"-~-'*~.';'~, ............... :~.L'.~'L" I~-[Mrs. Rex Stransky and Mrs. .... [Mr and ~lrs Frederick E' [willh have an openl 83meeting[Mark's lifetime. Sight~lng =-If cox benrnng came in 'rnurs-i.~n,~on ~. Mrs Arden Cle~a I Paul Temple acted as hostess-]Deibert, and wife Emma liveIT ursday, June , at : 0 p.m. [stops were made at the Mud- : :' .- I day and identified the clippers [Tl~ev'~old'~me that eight fam:[es. Mrs. Level Wulf had [in Esbon Kans 'compleied 8 [Pictures will be shown to the [eum of Science and Industry ~~~ .~d h,'m~o~e ~,~twhich had been found. - Guy h,_-~" ~d - -radua-te in theIcharge of the kitchen and was I weeks of'advanced training as lPublic. Everyone welcome. [in Chicago and at the Gcttya- ~;' ........ j .-- , UIIIIIIILL~ aria itlmseli 15013 . .~ca .a a ~ ' 1 burg Battlefm d In Washi [Ortman called Friday and re-|a,h a~,a, and also in hi hlassisted by several friends/a combat engineer May 19 at l ........ | ' ng- .- ............. ~, .... v,.,-.~. ,,,,,.,,,au,,. ..... - ..... o . ' ' s nlisted ' ' .... - ...... ~"... ~ .""Y.'; ....... ]newed the subscription to the[~..~, ... ...... The" are" [fromFormoso. Rev, Otls]Ft Leonard Wood Mo [ Gall Lee Badger ha e , [ton they visited the Capitol -.tvl.t~D- lllLi21"spersefi WlLn tirol[ nunlor. ~u.out ~,,,a ~ca.. ~ ' " ' " ' "" h si " " I~_firt! nun~r" [Record for his son. Forrest. [,.~ t,^_.~.~...,,, n; ..... .~[Beach and Rev Paul Temple [ During his training he re-[in the Navy. He took his p y -|Butldmg where they had brea~ ~'il~; tlluob r~HUW WlICI.I LU 11~- - /'~t L[le luncneon lvlr Flelo_e . bllt~ Jo.t31All~tsr~, WL~nl .t~latlc o-xlu " ' ' K n ' e', [ Forrest and family have mov- / ....... "~-~-- '^'-sDenal gave the prayers at the dinner [ceived instruction in combat [cal May 18 and will go to a -/fast with the Nebraska Con- , e., Lu wnom m llsLetl a~ltl chairman ot me Smim t.;ounty ~w,r~c; ~.a,.c ,..~, ..... ~~t..... ___ the ~m.~m countY[ed from Superior to Houston, [...~, r. r,~ ~'~,~-~'~n~ Max land at the home Mrs Perry ]squad tactics use of infantry I sas City June 7. He is the son |gressional delegation, after .. --.a~ ~u t~S~cza ~o---. t, ztt. y .r~epunllcan commlLLee, wel- , . O.II~A O. "~ ................... " " ' ' " " ' B' d ' I Thursday morning we/o-- M-x Louders Kar I Roe provided organ music dur-Iweapons and engineer recon lot Mr. and Mrs. R.J. a -/which they toured the buildi,g. ~1~ ~ I~1~ W1~11 lllllJ111~rtd. Lt/|l/~'lJ L/If guests POllOwlng . attu x~u y, .~ , - . , ~-,,, .... we~ts..r o,owmg { attended a May breakfast m [ .... a r;..~, ur,,,, ur~t,,,fiol,~ ling the afternoon Miss Valerie [naissance Igor [Lincoln Memorial, Washington -VX."XD- Llle lunclleon tsernlce aria I . ell a.u ~t.ucx, .~, .,~,,.~ ~. u, " ' " nt r" ano [Fellowsh=p Hall where mem-[ ......... ~ .... nd Ra,,[Handley a grand niece had/ He also was trained in the[ ............ [Monume A hngton Ceme- z neara a man say: i ,'~ went tO the uarpemer N1ano/" . z~,ou~[t, a~lu ~,a.v.~zu ; j ' ' . -. .' . ~rL*~orlbers of the Modern Minerva |H^w~lls Larr- and Mike' Ken [charge of the guest book and [techniques of road and bridge l Cherry Point, N. C. (I~HT-]tory. Simthsonlan Institution, .,v w uu ~ ~ W ~ LO see JeWell L.,OUnLy frlenGs. . . v c , :, ' " ' ' t I D n " Eu~~Irm~ns.~[Club and their guests enjoyed [...... n_...., "'-"'~e and Vicki I MIss MarIlyn Walters another [building camouflage and de-[NC) -- Marine Corpo'a e - [the Natlonal Wax Museum, Iwa gel Lne opportumty, we I)rsL went to LnC KaLe t,c~. ~avts , oat.,. ' ; ' , , . . . ~~~.,tne ~a~e ]a breakfast. Members of the [ .......... : ..... c,..il, and|grand niece had charge of the [molitions [ms G. Hockett. son of Mr Jlma Memorial Federal Bur. -~w~D- r.ramer roonq fauna Kate no. Lxu.~a.,~e.a, ~,,,c o ' ' t f ' oom. ouna Kate [ w s C S cooked and served an / ..... ~'-~ ..... o'd m- I gifts ] land Mrs. Glee E. Hocker o leau of Investigation and Mount J.Vly twin says sne never ,,as nappy ano cneeriul as usual ' ,' .' ~.~C[a, xvxto, o~t~u~tant ~ ' ~ .... nc d ~A~wal; [appetizing and colorful meal. [ ............. -~ ""-e Walk ] The home was a profusion of [ Powell Reunion I Randall, Kans,, was adva e i Vernon were other places of line to meoole WlUt at.or p - anxious to aSK quesLions at)out . , . LII~.I. WIII~II ~111~ tl.lllA .e~,tl~ - " .... ~uestlonsaoout / I noticed the following ladies [ ........ t-'c^--i- a few I lovely floral arrangements and [ [to h~s present rank at Cherry I Interest visited. Another hllt~- ~~any Mankato friends, i ......... net we.~ ~u ~t,,.u.. a ' " ' ...... :" i .......... -" ~'~a,.g at~er uerw . 2~s we were leaving "'~7~Kate,s ! sorvmg. ~vn's t, enfien.uranam, lwee~s ........ agu, th-t~t the"~ went to I potted plants from close / The Powell reunion will be I t'omt, N. ~ C., wnne. serv ng ] light, was attenamg the Wltsrl- i~g atom Um~lL K~ate s [Elsie tfooker, Lucy Wiley, Mrs. [ .................... "an*' I friends neighbors and rela-]held in the Mankato Park on I Headquarters and Maintenance [lngton Senators-Cleveland In- -IVI~I~- room, Prances WalKer, ~ona [11~1[,) LVIF. ~I.IIU Ivll~. k/~at J~ ~- ' . M* ~e~'am~mna! Glen Tyler and Frances Walk-/den celebrate their 64th wed-[t,ves. Many long distance calls[May 28th, pot luck dinner at I Squadron.Twenty~Fur, ,~ :,r-ld,ans baseball game... er weonesoay noon we went were received b the honorecl lne air t~roup twenty tour k Pa -to--seel ' - , . . . [ding anniversary Mrs Lans-[ ' Y /12:30 p.m. I - , [ The Nebras a trol aaver. ~.~ +;~ ~'~, I to Fellowship hall anti enjoyed / .............. " .... ~V~lkor I couple from relativesand [ -- ] an element of the Second Mar- [ tised the Nebraska Centennial: .,~alil[Jle. 1.~1112 LllCtll, L'~::~llllulit- verna Alcorn. :~ne was in tne . ,, ., . de- is n ~l~ez UL ..~ .......... . ' " ' M' !~~as daug~ ah T~tstimgcaB:~ a Dtint kl~: land Mr. Lansden is a brother[frmnds on both coasts, and[ Miss KathrynM. Claycamp,[lne Air Win.g, aboard the ar-]durlng the parade by weilrlag y g two from Oklahoma alan a hte of Mr and Mrs E me Corps Air Station w t costum s h Ibm, - Wa dan Thummel, and ........ ~. ' ~ - ": lot Mrs. Stedman. [ , .g ]d ug r .... I . . , .. " "_ - I es crn .' e , T ere .were ~')"~n'd W~n--: [or an Klnfis ox nne moo anfi / Iwith telegrams and 226 caras./W. Claycamp Mankato Lis here( ms promotion was nasefi on 1 22,000 Patrol mmbers from lent of it are found there I Amon the oldest friends at time in service and rank m ~~~ov ~a~'d- )p Y '' ' [ - [ g "]visiting. Miss Claycamp is pre-[ ' ., , -[ 25 states marching,tin ~ l~tt- i~,n'~as'~i'n- ]~het.oMorS'sJ:hwna:?agit[n foa~/ r_...~L-..., [tending were Miss Anna Me-[sently employed and residing [ltary, appearance, ana. n, lade' ~1~'~" t[~'e"hovs ] t e 1 ' g / k..flll[&ilUU I Gowan of Limon, Colo; Mrs |ih Washington D C She is a Iknwledge of selected military I .Thetrip was' sponsl)r~d:i:by ... ~ .................. ~, ...... a~ h E ma Tho nbur M r ! ""==='=''" .... ' " 15 , ' " i,l, ' ~'" ........ ~~1~ ] Jo n. m ' r g, Y - [ C. W. Inge of Concordia, a [ rec~rtlont~{ lel the b~/reau of [ su Je~. , .' ] tll~ Cornhusker *'~t~,~ ,~' tle Bennett and Lena Greene former teacher Mr and Mrs His ~quadron s prim ry r ffiiat~t( b~aught'c:r'o}[ ] 1 I ] , " ; , [ Naval Personnel. She has/ ' ' [the Nob asks a ! ~t~,oI~ tl~ E~~e'twaslWere just behind me, and Joe [ u1~B~n|n~ l Will Waggoner 0f Fairbury ]been in Washington D C' fortsion includes providing admin:]Americah Autom0bil~ ~skocllt. Tne iOliOwlng was cnppeu ra -auncnnaugn VlOle~ was -, ~ "" " "~ ' " .... IS I~=~==~=~WlIII-'-@~ ' , " ' ' ' " i~!mt was~ anu rtum ~,et~owand ~uml , : i'W': r ~ i Nebr.; and Mrs. Ora Frye and[ the hast 21/2 vears and entovs/istrative and supply support[tion. ' , i~; .... ~ rorn a newspaper prmtea in z oea bne has a oao ankle ~ - , ~, [~aLann~e'.lKier werefilling their plate~[ ]Mrs Mary Hufflles,of ~e Go0dll~er work "very much "- lfor the aircraft group's squad-1 Mark's pare~nt'~', ~Mr :.al~l ' ne 6U'S" u wa~ ~tctu ~'a nee ~.~c ti Co. ' ' n ~ '' ; ' ' ; ' ' .... " " '" ' ' i~~,.~'~-'":~: ahead of me, W.e f0u d seated I Judicial' Case/$~: , , [ Samantam Nursing Home m I [ rons. [ Mrs. Myron Interm,ll ~and "him i~. fM'~lianJuaYlat the same table as 'Y[ Joel:W, S~rnad.~peedinglSuperior I M-nt-omer,, Aid U S/ .......... Isister Marilyn met(~him at ' W rs ' ' ' " ~' ~ J'' ' -- " " ' " ' ' ! ' | ~h a f~w door~ Scribe: the LeBows, John rer-[$20.00 ,nd costs, i [ Mr. and Mrs. MagnussonlAir Force First Lieutenant[MANY THANKS [Omaha on Monday,! | The-- I~newas~aPpy _t see _ ol~] guson, O. K. Fearing, El/JoLt| MiltOn A. V, oss, Improper[ were married at Belleville,]A)an L. Petttt son of Mr. and ] .... i -------'- r lrlends Miss Lllhan is frail s o mucn lot tne |~mn is fra!![ Green, Wayne Blaylock, Ed[ passing, $10.00 and costs. [ Kans. by Probate Judge Mac[ Mrs. Irvin W.' Pettit of Rt. 3, [ Thank" s , [ Temparature Re,hes 94 tu in the ancl we promlseo to can ~rao I~romlsea to Call ~rao[Walker, Margaret Huntington i Bonds Forfeited' I Crane on April 28 1917 Mrs I Bu.. n.t, ~ons is attendina/cards letters and words senti __. | 1 Ju.dy a_nd tel!lRay Dietz, Vic Tartar, Neall James A. Hanson, speeding, IMagnusson is the iormer Lou ithe"A r" niversiiy's Squadron I to me while in the hospitaLI According to Clyde Reed. s she can them hello for her The last ~ h will alva s be lemem hello for her. The last Harris, Laura Switzer Mabel[S10.00 and costs [ise Bevies of I~ormoso.] Officer School at Maxwell[T ey ' ' Y: .... [officialweather observer, the i~~ was the room i Metz Ruth Kier, Ollie Reager, [ Pamila K, Strobbe, speeding I Those attending from a dis- iAFB Ala [ bored. So again, thanks sol temnerature reached 94 10- /~ 's one to town to find out of Miss Tillie Phillipson Miss ' ' ' " , much " |~~'llipsn'._Miss|carl Westln, and Robert [ $10 00 and costs [tance were: Rev. and Mrs.[ Lieutenant Pettit who ore-[ ]grees Tuesday, May 23. That Tlllle was tying clown out sat ~ , ' - Tim Marble [~own~ ~ut salt Vaughan. Mr. Vaughan of Fre-I Margaret F. Roach, ]mprop-IOt,s Beach, Neodesha, Kans.; [viously served as a geodetic [ -- [ was the high for theweek. t monm wlm me up OrlSKly to VlSlt ~lle asKeu |~. y to V mltL.~ne a sKe~] mont, Nebr. is rebuilding the] er passing, $10.00 and costs. [ Mr. and Mrs. Arch Mason, ] officer at Forbes AFB Kans. I ............... [ The low for the week wall 46 about her sister, Clara Eacn |~.ter: Clara~ _Eac.h I pipe organ at the Methodistl ------ [ Gardner, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. { will receive 14 weeks of in~ ~ Esbon Christian Church[ on Sunday May 21. 'There ~s'itect we were as-[ Church He has been working] Judge Byron Rogers return-I Bud Bowles LaCrosse Kans ;] ~tr,,~tion at the senior USAF/Mther's Day Program: piano] no moisture. |~ryon.e was get-/on the organ for three weeks, led from the hospital at Belle-[Mr. and Mrs' Funston' Bowles[Drofessional school. ~solo, Overtory, Mrs. Hillman;I .... |~. len c t are inthe Car-I and perhaps another month's] ville Sunday. ] and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bowles I~ The lieutenant will study [ vocal duet. Jerry and Judy Le~[ Marna Hart Burr Oak, Bl*ad i L .Cas;i work before it is finished. 1 ---- [ of Atwood Mr. and Mrs, Orlo[ communicative skills leader- ] wis, "In the Garden", accom-[ Moore Bradley Ill, and St~ ~', . " ton penter was lnterestecl in tnem ' ' " I ..... ~~reste~ In. mere] The Faith Circle were hostess-I Lucy Circle ] Woodcock, Lynn Center, Ill.; [ shin, international relations,] panlcd by Mrs. I- dlman; [ phen Heap, Guatemala, l~l}r~ a personany we naa prooI mat " h th r E t dragging down p y es whtch included the following Mrs M rtle Walker Mrs Vel s[b llties of reading T at s Mo e B an Naz nero i~omrO~rt~at_ [ ' ' " [ -- [ . Y , "lduties and respon' i'', ] " ' , " *' . ": ,.] sented eth y' are e |- , il~~e.~u '~'.'~' v?-|ladies with Louella Yasmer,[ The Lucy Circle met at the/ma Flott Topeka; Mr. andlthe command-staff team, and/laine Griffeth; vocal t~uet,/lece at the Nazarene Sttttlent ~, i EmerY]chairman: Mrs. Ed Walker,[Methodist Church on May 17}]Vlrs. Rex Stransky, Mr. and}aerospace doctrine and em-]"MY Mother's Bible", Mrs.]Council Leadership Conferemm I I n tlease rttcKey tO me repun|lcan meet Mr Aur ~. nfa~nmee~]Mrs. JohnFerguson, AdaHills, lwith 16 members present. The[Mrs. Paul Handley Valerie[ployment [Bessie Hillman ands. tin Pasadena Calif. recently, i I~n~tcnheno~?EZmr/Neita Jones Vera Walker Mil-Iplans for the Minerva Break-land Scott Mr and [Pits Earl/ The lieutenant a 1955 grad-/ella Shook. /They flew by jet to Lo~ A~ I lunchn_ , m;/dred Grout and Mrs. Verl'e Mi-[fast were completed. Mrs. A1-]Jonasek and'Mr, and" Mrs.[unto of Burr Oak High School,/ ..... /golfs Calif. on May 1, ] l hyyi, t iYO ; O:,hlft [ hg,ieL sOthe Zn~ht,C~daWere [ benrt' ,G,~o;:ScC;nftUCtnedanthe le~. [ aGnl~nnMLse?r~Ske~eMc~nd~vnaltM~: [ ~:~nd~dllF;:t i_iHa;YS aK n :t i tdMi!hCi~e!iig!!i:rl/oe:~:'ned tOy Oklsa~eveO~n:N2~: 1 ~~e.~cnoe. ~u m~[Brant and Miss Flora Raysonlture' She was assisted with/Marilyn Gary and Roger of/University of Maryland He/ ' , " lone colleges througha t the ] of Great Bend and Media Whit It.,e le.on by Mrs Raymond[Trenton, Nebr.; Mrs. Vernon[received a B. S. degree in[Jo of California h:VeLt~is~led[united States were reprt~l~tlb ~] 1~5 "Te%~esattono mis meeting, we |Icy. ..... (The four just named were [O Hara, Mrs. Lendell Graham,[ Everett and Pamela and Mr.i geodetic science in 1963 from ,the past few day. " /ed at the conference, ] I~g ~tff~ w;t~]enjylng their vmlt together), land Mrs. Dale Crangle. From] and Mrs. Albert Weaver, Belle-i Ohio State University. [and Mrs. George Marshall and[ | :So this is no time to be tav:ing me opportunity oI v "lU~agve~/Miss Brant planned to go to the lesson an old adage was ville' Mrs Vida Inge and Mr Lieutenant Pettit was corn-the Rafferty families. Mr. and Frank and Ruth Dugget~' SOathsinSoiS:o time to; :[ ii ii!e r elY anuare- Lebanon Thursday for gradua-[brought to mind, that ~s,[and Mrs. O. B. Tucker, Con-[missioned in 1964 as a dis-IMrs. Field entertained with a[wrote the following h'om 71~, J [~~anr and are[tion exercises when a nephew['Hardly any woman likes to[cordia" Mr. and Mrs. Clark/tinguished graduate of Officer[family dinner at the Buffalo[son Arizona: 'Willbeheadlag ] be bu " u " ' " ' :yL:7:;d] graduated. Others I saw in-[be thought of as out-of-date."| Dudley, Aurora, Kans.; Mr.[ Training School at Lackiand [ Roa.mscSUmndaYnd GaU~lSt~oW~irre.[ bac~ to Kansas the first Of th~ , ] lUSh, 0 emplgyees, and|eluded: Helen Uzdill, Alice/An old and new thought was/and Mrs. Russell Tibbetts, Sa-/AFB, Tex. I ' " ' Y , "[week, so mail our next qma* ', | | 0 g)'ve a.dequateat|Rafferty, Nyla Berg, Nina Me-/revealed 'The Christian[lina: Mr. and Mrs.. John P.[ His wife Marilyn. is the [ and Mrs. George Marshall, Mr.[to Box 20 ., Mankato, ] |~~r patients. - B.er:/Clare Mary Van Meter. La-/church has the same legitimate/Miller McPherson; Miss Anna/daughter of' Mr and Mrs. Leel and Mrs. Pat Rafferty, Mr./ Thanks. It's real dry !tin'e, ,~ M mKa o-~~m-e~a]']dtI| Veta 'WinslW'oEdnaltwalker'| cncern"nWh Mrs/ There is no reason at[ McGowan, Limn'rCl';oMr'} Sawyer;tnad Curt- of 407 "Price St., Syl-"Rat ertylandfMrs'MindyRaffertyand-MikeRafferty'Trcla] The last few daya have l~t! 1 ~~'n onM~mkatc] Elvira and D 'e, . , all why the church needbe re-land Mrs. Joe S , "lvester, Ga. I ' ' /on the warm aide. This istbe, | Main Street Sto pod at I~~ppe?o,~at]Faye Anderson, Mrs. Dean[garded as an antiquated or[land; Mr, and Mrs. Glen| __ [ her friend, Debbie Alcorn, Cur-[picture where we hive SlY!tint. | ~mwll~imm| ~= v~-- IBoogaar st. S oc try Seirer ancl/ Rose and son and daughter, Iobsolescent institution." Mrs./Jones, Esbon; Mr. and MrS./Birthday Party Itis Rafferty of Hays, and Thur-]the last five winters. 1X 15 0tlr ] Waiter Basel wele invoicing at I~~niCifrgoantt/and Mrs. Melvia Kindler. Mrs.[w. R. Hooker, Mrs. Ed Loom-|Jack Shively and three chil-[ _ [man Semke. [mobile home, and 2X ln t!~ ,| I~~v D}am'~r~d[ Halsey Pangborn and her son [is and Miss Lucy Wiley were[ dren, Mr. and Mrs. Oran/ Miss Elaine Kale was honor-[ -- ] circle of travel trailers tS ~t~, :'~ l~~y'a'we'~e] and daUghter, Dr. Cyrus Pang- [ hostesses. ?drs. Hooker, the~Free, Hastings;Rev. and Mrs.] ed Thursday, in celebration of] Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis]There are over 300 mol~ : ] ~~aIlrel.~ ~Y w~:~[born and Lucille Sackett were[treasurer, reported on the[Paul Temple, Lorel, Sharon,[her birthday, with a weiner[accompanied Mr. and Mrs.[homes here. Hope tO see all. :] I~/v!tc|~et.,[ together. Mrs. Pangborn plan-I"Tasteless TastingBee" held[ Stephen and Naomi, Formoso;[ roast at the home of her par-[ Lawrence Sanders to Topeka[ soon. Best wishes.' ~1 ! Mrs. Ralph Anderson of Ran-| ish tomatoes to the whole town-[ '' g [ i g ' gl' g ' ' . ,..[ J * " [ ~lr ', :| dall; Catherine Byers and] Went to the west "~artof town[the Conamencement address.] acre. Together they will flyldall; and a host at mends[NOTiCE / ......... /graduation Friday eveafllg,,| ~-~ ~,~.~ Ost of Burr Oak l- . v .~ .. q We stopped at Belleville to eat[ from Kansas City Me. to San[ from Formosa Mankato, Love-[ ..... ] Mrs Mamie Streit of Hum-| ..... [ J.Jk J. *.~ Z~J* L~.&~ & 1 . . , I r to eat su er at the rtonL e ~o~,~ msh-n of Winona a] ~ I~P '1 dinner with the superintendent] Diego to visit Mrs. Longacre'sl well, Hardy and Webber. | Free horseback trail ride at[ boldt. Nebr. and Mrs. HowardI Mr. and Mrs. Forrest ~, | n'i'~ece"of Kaie~Kramer is ctis-| Don and Bernice rtoward came[ of the Cuba High School and[daughter, Mrs, Wilbur Han, I - ] Lovewell Lake May 30 at 1:30| Harter and Miss Ann Streit of[ Brown of Littleton, C010. 'Wet~ -- i trict director of the Big First|In .& sat wl!h me: Mrs:. Max[ wife, and,Mr, and Mrs. Glen[Mr. Hall and two daughters.[ Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Olson]p.m. Meet below dam. Ride on[ Bern, Kans. visited the AltonI house guests last w~keml la congressional district. She was|Ortman lOO en Jter ourlMatousek. Glen is chairman[Before returning home theyland Brenda arrived from Ren-[south side of lake to near Boy|Kale home over the weeke.ndlthe home of his Mr, one of the speakers, ~nd in-IV!mrs' ~cross t e also s',t[of the board of the Unified[will do some sight-seeing atlton, Wash. Saturday, beinglScout grounds and return. 4-5|and attended the gracluatlonland Mrs. Cloyd Myarl, ' ~,,~.,.~d Congressman Bob/umrence and t~ess MocKer ~]School District which includes/the various cities along the[called here on account of the[hours ride. Every one wel-| of their granddaughter and[ also visited at Burr Oak ill n,],~ wha was the featured[ Mr. and Mrs. He ry Smbe t[ Cuba Narka & Agenda. Glen[ coast and spend some time[ death of Jordan's uncle Ray[come | niece Miss Elaine Kale. [ the home of her si~ter, ~Mr, * OtC:h:aS;a~f:Gi!:~s, ~rrr:![ arndinhall'~yT~e~i? rsW?r n:- i I Mr. and Mrs. DooKe B~:aCh' K'aSented:;i:ieti:~n:hrmws!:~r:~j ~:dilMy.rs Stanley Johrls0tl " i: mented on the work of the[ ' nd Mr and Mrs Mar-[ of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hil . ] cisco and Mr. a d M s. cI Mrs. Elsie ow . /left Monday for T , P ' Y " q ,,,-,a~,~ss this term savin "II thers, a *' [ enjoyed a visit with the Ma-[ Cart at Napa, Calif. [ ..... [ to visit in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alton] Mr. and Mrs. Leonard i """~' ..... th , tin Gumm. - At e R-K I ' ' haven t done much, but per-[ nd JerrCharles, A L[[ touseks before going on to[ | Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kale of[ daughter and family, Mr. and Kalu. [ tin are here from Ari~tt haps that s good." He men-[fou Y, "1 Cuba. - Friday night was 8th/ Mrs. Sylvia Leland is in the[ Hiawatha, arrived Saturday[ Mrs George Gillette, Kenn and .......[ iting his mother, MrS, .~ ~ ttoned a non-oartisan farm] and Ruth about ready to close.I grade gr~/duation and it was a|"Our Lady of the Lourdes"I and visited at the Alton Kale[David. While there they will Mcs. NeweU Parsons of Kan-[ Gustin and other r~ ~ meeting attended by the So-I- Others I saw on MS included:I Red letter ' day for 57 gradu-[ Hospital at Norfolk, Nebr. w~th[ home. The family came to at-[ attend Kenn s graduation from sas CRy is here visiting herI Leonard grew Up in J~, 'i,:~ cretary of Agriculture, Vice-[ Vivian Ost, Mrs. Leo Dreiling, ] ates and their parents. Every[ a broken arm and ankle and~ ten the baccalaureate servlces.~ the Carbon" High School in morner, Mrs. E. C. Greene, atI lived moat of It, is lif~ i~ :Pre~tden~ Humphrey, the[ Mrs. John Dillman, Lou Scoul-[ chair in the auditorium was wotJd apl~elate hearing from[ Their niece, Ela|ne Kale, is a[ Prtee. Utah. the home ot Mr. and Mrs.[ tfornia tmtil he retired 1 !{i ~alrman; af th~ AgricultureI ten, Helen Uzdill, Mrs. Ed} filled and likcwlse practically friends in JeweU County, | gradt~a|~. 1 ,hlmes Lamb. / and rnovod t'O Arizona.