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}:i [i: [i i i(! ii!iiii ii) ,iii i i i :ii :: iii i !i i i i i li THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966,SEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS ~ [ . " ~ i :/ i, : ::i!7 ?~ !double ring ceremony. Rev. nished by Mrs. W. G. Tudor. Mrs. Floyd Barrett of Ran- I Meet at Kearney, Saturday. Mankato Girl Scouts poppies on May 21. All girls will be part of the ~.l ~w P. Richard Lindstrom offi- She spoke on these t,opics, dall called W~ay on: ~ Mr. ~d Mrs/Harlan Ross --- who wish to help are asked It will be fott~ ~ i ~1 ] elated. I Will Not Be Afraid and Mrs. Minnie Barrett. : of Goodland spent the week- The junior troop of Man- to be at the post office on i Pfeiffer Hall Lounge, r I" i Parents of the bridal cou- "To Live--With A Witness", Mrs. Ronald Seamans has iend with his parents, Mr. kato Girl Scouts are finish-Saturday, May 21 at 9:00. Student models for ,:ple are Mr. and Mrs. Charles and then conducted the made several calls on her [and Mrs. Edwin Ross. ins their year's activities. All girls who wish to at- style show are Mari~ i M. Hill, Sr. of Stark, Kansas, closing service of the Con- father, Mr. Charles Graham, I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wil- On May 9, a two-mile hike tend Day Camp must fill out Blake, Salina; Pat Fabt i$, t.eXLm O and Mrs. Lulu Jacobs of vention. [recently. son and Mrs. Bernice Reed to Murrell Graham's pasture their day camp folder and Burlington, N. J.; Marilyrl . --,-7--- . Jewell. Missionaries in attend-] Visitors of Mrs. Mattie attended the Baccalaureate and the laying of a fire, return it June 4 (or before), Frye, Greeley, Col0,;~N~lr weanesaay, aune t-- Honor attendants were Mr. ance were Miss Betty Esau Metz since her return from :services Sunday evening, roasting marshmallows and when the Junior girls will Jacks, Lincoln, Nebr ~.u,WSCSB WSW- and Mrs. Merlin L. Murray. and Mr. Don Appleman. the Belleville Hospital have lClass Night on Monday enjoying a sack lunch were meet at 4:00 in the City en Atkinson, Fal~; : :5 After a wedding trip to the Both have rendered service been Mrs. Will Lagergren [ evening, and Commencement the activities of the day. Park. These folders contain Gayle Vaughn, Ko~a~ Ci~ r~ C.D.A. Ozarks the couple will be at in Sierra Leone, Africa. Miss! and Mrs. Corn Sirley. Tuesday evening at Mankato. Thanks, Murrell, we enjoyed your equipment list and Mo. ~::~,: A'L'C'WA home on a farm near Moat- Lois Miller from the main Mrs. Leo Parsons visited Memorial Services will be the beautiful surroundings! your permission slip. If you Ann Partn~,-~W:heatrid4~ : lviystic . .ircieaay 19tuner rany,Club t tn-ixe rose. . office in Dayton, Ohio, was her mother, Mrs. O. R. Beel- held at Fairview Cemetery On May 16, the girls met do not have one, please con- Colo is stU .: The bride has been em- also present. She has recent- er, Saturday afternoon, at 2:00 p.m. Sunday after-fat the V. F. W. hall with tact your leader, for the tea. O~,commit : oeKan rlau; lviarle van . ployed as the Commerce ly returned from a world- Sunday callers of Mrs. noon, May 29. J Mamie Boyd as a guest. The The day camp staff meet- tee are Miss Atkinson~ ~U lvieterandson, nostessesErma Thomp- teacher at Marquette High wide trip and one of, her Minnie Barrett were her son, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wil-girls have been working on ins (this is for the adults Blake, Neola: ~, Kay : School. talks was about New Mr. Dean Barrett, and Mrs. son were dinner guests Sun-their writer badge. One of who will help with camp) Smith, and Lim~*I~kero| will be June 8, at 9.00 a.m. Sahna, Nlta ~~mb~ ~: ln ursaay, J.une z-- ~ Faces". Wednesday evening, Barrett of Jamestown. day of Mrs. Winifrod Smies [the requirements of the " " " ' : lxoyal l~eignDors i Women's Society Of May 4, was "Youth Night" The Reverend Mr. and in Courtland. [badge is to Learn How a at the City Park. Concordia; ~bri~ht~ ~~~~:~>~T~-~~*'~:~'~ World Service Meeting and 186 young people at- Mrs. Paul Temple from the Memorial Day Services I Man u,script is Turned Into a The girls also wish to Colby; Ann -- tended. The two mmslonar- Community Church in For- will be held at the Webber Book . Mrs. Boyd brought thank the V. F. W. Auxiliary kima, Was Eight members of the ies had charge of the pro- moso took charge of the Methodist Church, Monday !information abotlt this and for the prize money for Marquette;, ~Gl~n~ ~i{ ~: ~:~,~:~ :, ~ ,~! Mankato E. U. B. Women s, ~ram and showed ~nictures. Christian service at our afternoon, at 2:00 p.m fol- showed the girls pages from their windows. The auxiliary Reading, l~;:~lyn i;i ~Society of World Service Mrs. Life and Mrs. Saint Home Sunday, May 22. lowed by decorating the vet- her manuscript. Thanks, sponsors the Junior and Ca- ter, Claflinv'M~ I~, !and two guests, Mrs. Mild-] displayed 'cardinal" napkins erans' graves at the ceme- Mrs. Boyd! dette patrols. The girls ap- well, WdsN figt :)~ red Saint of Jewell and Mrs and a clever corn shuck doll Marian LaRue, arrived at the from the Red Bird Mission Stephen Allen Still tery. The girls have been asked preciate their support. Lambert, Smith, r, church Wednes- in Kentucky. Mr and Mrs W A Still Mrs E B basement ---- . ~ to help with Memorial Set- ~ ol Wiebk~,~:Lin~; . . . . Beam, Mrs. vices. Those girls who wish THANK YOU Kerry Kram~,~4~ml~tO~ :~: day morning May 18 Quilt- At the conclusion of the O.gden, Kansas announce the Clifford Jones and Mrs. to participate are to be at To our many f:iiends, ~~:! mg kept the ladies busy dur- report, the lad~es thanked ~lrtn or a son Dora may i r " ins the forenoon. Mr. Carl both Mrs. Life and Mrs.lw~o." tie wm answer Dy me'WednesdavGe ge HuntingtOnin Norton .tspent itho I ~oMthe V ~F" W.~n.nnHall,~. INnn~,zUNI-aa n~ighbors and relatives, we SundayThe ~] LaRue and Mr. Clarence Saint for such a splendidname of Stephen Allen, . He home of Mrs." Beam's sister," The Legion: Auxiliary" :"'~ hasV~" wish to express our sincere Mary Hu Black joined them in time description of the 1966 Wo- has a brother, Stan my, to Mrs. Jean Kissell. I asked that the girls help sell flowers and acts of kindness imond, ~, :::~: ~, thanks for the cards, letters,~ Roam: Mrs' B~ t~,i:i~ for dmn, er. Everyone thor- men s Society of World Ser- welcome ram. ~Jranoparems Mrs. Mary ~:::~ oughly enjoyed the dehc~ous vice Convention are the late Mr. and Mrs.'---- that we received du,ing ]and son, Raymond, Mr, ~:':: meal. Included were several ~ William Still of Ogden, and ~ Fay's stay in the hospital & Mrs. Claude Snyder ~::~: : foods for which new recipes . Mr. and Mrs, Nick Kohn of = . since returning home. May Duane, Mr, and Mrs. D~: : / had been used. IM|lk~@b'~ Mankato. Mrs. Still is the MID YEAI~ God bless each of you. iBoyles, Douglas, While some washed dish- llfllUl~li.l~ ) former AnnaMarieKohn. CLEARANCE SALE--Mr. and Mrs. FayVestal Bryan andElaine, al'~l~i ~ ~ es and put them away, the ~ I ~ Lamb. ~L ~ ~ others resumed work on the Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 ] Recognition Day for Wo- *~" ~',~ quilt. Another member of the A. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:00- W .~,~hh AB 7 ~]V men, an annual end-of-year Mrs. Jerry Phillips of T~ Engagement Announced Society, Mrs. Ruth Colson, 8:00 P.M. e er ~ v - event at Kansas Wesleyan peka spent,~the*~end ~ ------ came in the afternoon. As Mrs. John F. Williams {:11 ' Ju e University in Salina will be the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Robert Isaac the quilting progressed, all called Monday, May 16, on Mrs. Harold Bothwell Sunday, May 22. An out- Mrs. E. B. Beam.~.Mrs, Pl'd'~ of Mankato announce the listened to Mrs. Jean Life Mr. Charlie Davis. ] Ronnie Johnson had the -------- standing senior woman will lips teaches the 6th~ engagement of their daugh- give a most interesting re- Mr. Gene Barrett of Ran- msifortune to fall from a be named and several other the Silver Lake ter, Marla, to Stephen Field, port of the Kansas Branch dull was a Tuesday visitor of horse last Monday and break All Pole Lamps, Floor Lamps and Table coeds will be given special , son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. W. S. W. S. Annual Convert- his mother, Mrs. Minnie Bar-[his arm between the shoul- Lamps, 20% Off. commendation at a 2:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs, Finley ~ Field of Formoso. tion held May 3, 4 and 5 at rett. der and elbow program in Fitzpatrick Au-and Gayl left this w~ Miss Isaac is a 1966 grad-Camp Webster near Salina.] Mr. Charles Graham came[ Mrs Marvin McDill of 12'x12' Linoleum Rugs $8.50 ditorium, begin harvesting in, uate of Mankato High Mrs. Life had been the dele- home Thursday after spend- I Belleville spent Wednesday r A style review, with fash- They will finish 'in XlO Linoleum Kugs ou School. gate from Mankato. Mrs. ins a few days in the Con- with her parents, Mr. and - ions from the Paris Shop and Dakota at the end2 of Mr. Field is a graduate of Saint, had represented the cordia hospital. ] Mrs. W. W. Gunn. 2 the general theme, ' In the season. ,; 0% Off on all Glass Ware Formoso High School, and is Jewell Society. She assisted Mrs. Joe Wierenga oft WSCS met at the church ~ Good Old Summer T~me," " , now employed by the Kan- Mrs. Life in telling about the Cawker City visited her bro-[ last Wednesday. Mrs. Perry ~. Corner Tables Close Out $8 9o sas State Park Authority at Convention. ther, Mr. Clarence Loomis, Milford, Karts. After Mrs. Paul Rawlins| Friday. I Roe led devotions and Mrs. " Edwin Ross the lesson Mrs l had sung negro spirituals, I Saturday, May 21, was "!. " aple Hutch and Buffet - Close Out $69.95 ~narne l~usseu ann mrs. ---- We will accept sealed bids on Saturday, may HILL-JACOBS Mrs. Calvin P. Hartman, the~ Miss Alice Ferguson's birth- I Harold Bothwell were host- D-re" M~,-~-,~ ~ ~ o~ 1966 between th. hours of 1 and 4 p.m. On he:fo ------ Branch President, opened day. She was the guest ofI ~, esses. - wing items at the Valley View school Martha Jane Hill, Mar- the Convention Her address honor at a dinner in the Last week brought to an Asst Waste Baskets onch quette, and Leo V. Jacobs, was entitled, Today's, Wo- home of her niece, Mrs. Alva I end the school activities of 1954 Chevy 34 p;assenger schoolbus i .~ Montrose, were united in men In Today s World . The Tyler. When she returned, the Webber School. Eighth Unfinished Desk - 18 9 wl,A or. marriage at the Covenant service of Holy Communionwe sang "Happy Birthday" Grade Commencement was ' Piano and bench,' Church on Wednesday, May I followed. Devotions through- to her and had a delicious l Roll top teacher's desk (possible antique) nesday evening for the (3. E. Refrig'er 4, 1966, at 4:00 p.m in a out the three days were fur- birthday cake. held at Lovewell last Wed- Box Springs and Mattress $64.95 unit Webber,eighth gradeLovewellgraduateSand Mont-fr m 10% Off on all Dinette Sets and Rockers Kelvinator Refrigerator . rose. There were eight grad- FREE Full Size Electric Blanket with each G.E. Food Freezer :- ;i uates from the three schools: o Li"'-" v -- G.E. Electric Stove i O0 InCl : Richard Behrends, Gregory Diamond and Douglas Thom- Hundreds of Items marked down for this Mid 4 drawer file cabinet as from Webber, Dennis 3 d]:awer file cabinet := Hajny, Ruth Marr, Betty Year Clearance Sale ,::5o::: Large window fan :. = Smies and Billie Thomas A few gallons of Outside ]Paint at less than cost Duplicator ' from Lovewell, and Dean Summer Funerton from Montrose. Paper cutter i . Thursday evening the pu ils of the Webber school, We reserve the right to refuse any or all bids, ~l~l :~ [ II their parentsandfriendsen- Th ift F it joyed a picnic supper at the r urn ute Valley View School Lake. FI ~i iI II ~rs Friday a caravan of pupils BURR OAK, KANSAS m. ! I and parents from the Web- ber school made an observa- "0nly Store of its Kind in White Rock Valley" m tionai trip to Abilene where they visited the Eisenhower 1 [] Museum, Library and Old Home, then the Old Town of Abilene. Air Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Andrea- son and sons, Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Dahl and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Crispin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Behrends for coffee on Wednesday evening after the C,' ,n, ]itl, )nl ,k rs dy meat. EighthMrs. called Edith Grade Wednesday Cramer Commence- of ' morn- Har- ins on Mrs. W. W. Gunn. i,I I~ Wednesday evening Mrs. . A.W. Wilson and Mrs. Les- II-tarti-OA-t ter Sawyer attended the Home Ec Style Revue in Mankato. Fay Vestal was able to come home from the Belle- $111 21~~ ing.Ville hospital Friday even- i Mrs. Edith Baringer and Mrs. Harold Bothwell made business calls in Mankato on ' O Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Verlan h Comparable Prices For Broyles atended the Com- W'"it mencement Exercises at Red Cloud last Wednesday even- ' ins and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Tanner for coffee afterwards. Larger Units Mrs. Edith Baringer ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl of Hardy to Morrowville to attend a class g Am ' n ] reunion Sunday. ome n oca! Dale Vestal, whohasbeen here during his father's ill- ness, returned Saturday morning to his home in Colo- ~!knc Save rado Springs. r . Mr. and Mrs. Nels Soren- son of Hardy called Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Behr- ends attended the wedding i: levr0 eli ftCar lSmithandD uglas e 1[ In{:] Warren in Superior, SundaYafternoon. Mrs. Starr Vale and Mrs. Dorothy Severs of Superior i made a business trip to Kan. sas i over the weekend