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SOCIETY and 0t must be in by noon aonday)/ Engagements fan and Mrs. Forrest Royer the engagement daughter, Janis M. of Kansas, to William an. son of Mrs. Eug- and the late Richard Hogan of Elkton, Ken- AnnounCed Park-Menhusen Mr. and Mrs. Dale Park of Mankato are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Lee, to Merlyn Menhusen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Menhusen of Jewell. Merlyn, who farms family ~-elect is a graduate property near Jewell, and High School and Laura are planning to marry mkie School of following her graduation She is a member of sorority, Beta Evelyn Circle Phi, having served as of the Gamma Evelyn Circle met in the Chapter of Salina and ~hurch crib room on May 17th. CALENDAR Thursday, June 1 * Royal Neighbors Busy Bee Club - Margaret Huntington D.A.R. - 7:30 p.m. - Buffalo Roam Bide-A-Wee Club -Leona Wiley, hostess Friday, June 2 - Mystic Circle Club Monday, June $- Mankato Garden Club Tuesday, June 6 - American Legion Auxiliary Wednesday, June 7 - W.S.C.S. W.S.W.S. C.D.A. A.L.C.W. Saturday, June 10 - Finesse Club - Dinner party, 7:00 p.m., Buffalo Roam Steak House. Husbands guests. ~f the Beta Sig- Mrs. Evelyn Swinton, Leader, city council. At pres-had charge of the business is employed by the meeting. She read Corn. 13th Coca - Cola chapter, 1-3 verses. Roll call was answered by ten mere- Hogan is a graduate hers. Twenty-three sick calls High School and serv- were reported. Two members years in the U.S. Air contributed to the Birthday He is attending Mar- fund. University, Murray, Mrs. Eur.~e Suchsland pre- where he is a mere- sented the Lesson on "What's Tau Chapter a Mother For?" A discussion followed. The June 21st meet- wedding is lng will be with Mrs. Pauline Menhusen at her home. Mrs. Lorena Eilers will be co-host- Athena Juniors est. Refreshments were served .-- by Miss Helen Stafford and Juniors Women's Mrs. Lena Greene, Hostesses. with Mrs. Ben Free --Lena Underwood, See. evening, May llth, ng began with a din- East Walnut E.H.U. foreign foods which 'y tasty, after which East Walnut E.H.U. met the regular business May 2nd in the ceramic shop Devotions by Shirley of Mrs. Clell Hancock where dl call was a recipe she showed us different steps on our foreign foods, and we asked her many ques- :ers for 1967-68 were tions., It was very interesting We are sorry to be and be want to thank Mrs. one of our members, Hancock for the use of her erald James. The pro- time. We went to Evelyn Was on the "Good Ship Miehaels Cafe where we had ,presented by Mrs. Jack our business meeting. Nine ~. Following the program members answered roll call b presented Mrs. James which was "Humor in the ise gift of dish towels News". Four members, Mrs. ~lered by each mere- Mike Caldwell, Mrs. Everett ida piece of Heritage Jeffery, Mrs. Lowell McNich- ~for each of our past ~ts, an emblem of G.F. sis and Mrs. Ardean Jeffery, attended the Spring Tea at appreciation of their Jewell and four of our mem- lhip. As this is my last it the reporter spot, ! hers: Mrs. Mike Caldwell, Mrs. Everett Jeffery, Mrs. b say I have enjoyed Vaden Winslow, and Mrs. At- bfor the year very much.I dean Jeffery attended Rural ' the summer give each Homemakers Day at Hastings, tew ideas and thoughts Nebr. Our next meeting will coming year. be June 6 with Mrs. Don Diehl ;everest. Nancy Higbee as hostess and Mrs. Lyle Jef- fery as. co-hostess. Roll call ~is our wedding picture or some- i l PLACES? thing funny pertaining to our wedding. Lesson is on h'ealth facilities. The hostesses for the May meeting were Mrs. Mike Caldwcll and Mrs. Lowell Me- Nichols. --Hilda Rinard. Reporter. Mr. Joe Boeskool and Mar- ion and Mrs. Bess Kramer went to Great Bend Wednes- day for the Senior Class Com- mencement. Roger Kramer was a member of the class of 300 seniors who received di- plomas. Unccd State Farm's new ~#~fH~ ,o o o o br/de- tection for yourself, )'our fur noueuion0 Protection los~, personal injury ldental death Protection on the spot, on the wa) ~anywhere in the world t protection too You buy the time you need it-- y to 6 months. New "GO" ! from State Farm can ~lnstantly. See me &.L.C.W. The A.L.C.W. met at the Lutheran Church Parlors Wed- nesday May 3rd with Mrs. An- na Thronson and Mrs. Doris Kennedy as hostesses. Mrs. Faryl Lange was the program! leader. The next meeting will l be Wednesday June 7th with Mrs, Florence Westin and Mrs. Gertrude Arnoldy as hostess- es. Mrs. Marilyn Eaton will be the program leader. Mother-Daughter Banquet The 43rd Mother-Daughter Banquet was held May 12th I967 at Burr Oak gymnasium. 205 mothers and daughters were served a delicious meal by the Nazarene ladies under the leadership of Mrs. Carold Van Sehoiack. food chairman. The tables were beautifully decorated with artificial flow- ers, a basket of yelow tulips from Mrs. Robert Korb, and articles carrying out the theme of "Hoods and Hats" from babyhood, childhood, girlhood, womanhood, motherhood, and grandmotherhood. A skit just for fun, "Mrs. Squibbs Hat Shop," given by the Northbranch ladies. There was a business session and special recognition. 3 num- bered program books were scattered over the congrega- tion and those holding lucky books were Mrs. Ona Wil- liamson, Mrs. Harold Bailey. and Mrs. Lee Garman. Cedar plaques were given. Mrs. Or- ville Harrier also was given a plaque for selling tickets for the committee. Mrs. MiRes Thompson was given a nice brooch for printing the Pro- gram Books. Guests to the Banquet as- sembled In the Auditorfum where the Doxology was sung as grace, led by Mrs. Herbert Jeffery. Meditation and bene- diction were given by Mrs. Ar- lene Foley. The waiters did a fine ion keeping coffee cups and water glasses refilled',,r and serving the dessert. They were as follows: Jerry Blackstone, Carl Ray Suchsland, Jerry Runyan, Wayne Fogs, Dennis Hancock, Oscar Warner, Roger Pair, and Rev. Lee Hillery. Other men helping with dishes, etc. were Clell Hancock, Keith Pair, Lores Jordan, Dale Warner, and Stanley Johnson. The 1967 Banquet was plan- ned by Mrs. Carold Van Seho- lack, chairman, Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Mrs. Harry Black-; stone, Mrs. Lester Suchsland, and Mrs. Herbert Jeff cry. The 1968 committee will be, Mrs. Art Aspegren, chairman, Mrs. Vernon Stone, Mrs. For- rest Howard, Mrs. Glen War- ner, and Mrs. Arthur Cock- roft. Raymon~C'~'mmmon of Te cumseh attended the alumm picnic at the Armory Sunday ,ni g.ht. The prescription for mm'ital bliss, we cBn only guess. But your medical prescriptions we compound with certainty and accuracy Bt AND COMPANY ILLINOIS Vlekl Davl& left, and Lh a Louder d phy evening gowns at Style Show at Mankato High School Glenda Tyler modeb fury lhwd suit she made at Show at Mankato High SchooL ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Vanca-Wentzlen Northwest Missouri State Col- Mr and Mrrs James. H ]ege, Maryville, Missouri, and Vance, 1121- 37th, Des Moines. I ~a~aPl:;d:mt Vas. Pv~iants:ald Iowa announce the engage-~_ p lp p y ment of their daughter, Saral town, iowat ten is an alumnus Jane, to Michael Brent Went-[ Mr. we ~z zien, son of Mr and Mrs Ir I of the University of Iowa. He win H Wentzien Gladb~k'[ is affiliated with Delta Upsilon Iowa 'A Jul~ 16' weddin# is[ fraternity and is manager of " d ~ |[ Wentzien Hardware Company, pmnne . I wa Gladbrook o The bride to be has attendedi ' " |IB || [Mrs. Leslie Jensby, Mr. and ~r~r [ Mrs. Clarence Jensby, Mr. and ~~a Mrs. Irvin Osborne, and Wayne Mrs. Harold Bothwell Osborne. ....... I James Morris, Greeley, Col., M tmnursos_y, ,mey. l~/ [spent Tuesday evening with rs. uam "taylor or uoncor-[ Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Russell. dis.spent Tuesday and Wed-IHe is a nephew of Mrs. Rus- nesaay oT last week at the[ sell home of her parents, Mr. and[ Mr and Mrs Floyd Sisson, Mrs Jess Wilson " ' - ' I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Snyder, Lew Edgar went to Denver r Rus [ and Mr. and Mrs. Cha lie - last Wednesday to spend a[ sell drove to Abilene Sunday week wlth his brother, Riley Mu '[ to visit the Eisenhower - Edgar. [seum. Edwin Ross attended the fun- ------ eral of Frank Jaske at Formo-[ Mrs. John Randall, the form- so Friday morning. (,r Martha Shirley, is here via- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beh- Ring at the home of her par- rends and family went to'Au- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shir- burn, Nebraska, Stmday to ley. attend a wedding. I She and her husband re- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson[ turned to this country May 1 went to Woodbine, Kan.. Sun- after spending a year in Mun- day. Monday they accompan-lich, Germany where she was led Mr. and Mrs. Don Wilson on a Fullbright scholarship at to Kansas City where Donna the School of Music and he graduated from Saint Paulslwas employed as a mathe- Seminary. matician for a German Air- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson, I craft Co. M~. Randall is visit- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin, ing his parents in South Dako- Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Crispin,I ta and will also visit bare, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson,[ They will go from here to Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, El- Rockhill, Maryland, a suburb leaner Crispin, Wylie Kirkpa- of Washington D.C., where Mr. trick, Mrs. Anna Graham, and[ Randall, who has a Master's Mrs. Violet Graham enjoyed a degree in mathematics from dinner together at a cafe in[ Kansas University, will teach Chester Wednesday evening. [in the Walter Johsnon High Mr. and Mrs. W. W.'Gunn at-[ School. Martha has a Master's tended the Eighth Grade Grad-I degree in music from the Uni- nation exercises in Belleville[ varsity of Kansas. Tuesday evening and a coffee[ ----------- afterward at the home of Mr.[ Card Of Thanks and Mrs. Marvin McDill. Their --- grandson, Richard, was one ofI We sincerely wish to thank the graduates, fall those who so kindly sent Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal[ cards or flowers or attended drove to Phillipsburg Sunday[the funeral of our beloved to visit with Mr. and Mrs. ArtI mother and sister, and extend Williams. I our special thanks to those Mrs. W. W. Gunn spent from[ who served as pall bearers. Thursday until Saturday with[ Your sympathy and under- her daughter, Mrs. Marvin[ standing will long be remem- McDill, In Belleville. [ bered. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hall l---The family of Elma Lingo. were hosts at a cooperative family dinner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hoyer and Leroy, Miss Joy Lorimore, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Paterson, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Peterson, Mr. Mrs. Buford Hoyer, Mrs. Sene Larsen, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- gar TietJen. The "Bean Crick" families honored Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson with a supper at the Fay Vestal home Friday even- ing. Those present were Mr. pnd Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Biamond and family, Mr. and Ms. Leon Jen by and family, Mr. and Mrs. and Five of Cora Gates Lingo's children and her two sisters, Edna Vinsonhaler of Smith Center and Mabel Basart of Portland, Or. were in Mankato May 13 for her funeral. All of the children, except Mary Ellen Knight, who Is In Puerto Rico, were here for the ser- vices. Mrs. Basart flew from Portland to Denver and George Briggs flew from Pale Alto, Calif. to Denver where Mar- vin Briggs of Medicine Lodge, Kansas met them and brought them by car to Kansas. Mabel stayed with her sister in Smith Center and George stayed at the Floyd Briggs home Ln Man- kate. Mankato Eager Beavers 4-H The regular monthly meet- ing of Mankato Eager Beavers was held Monday, May 4. at the Baptist Church. Since it was too cold to have the picnic that was planned, there was a pot luck supper in the base- ment. Oscar Warner, presi- dent, called the meeting to order. Roll call was "Signs of Spring", answered by 17 mem- bers and two leaders. Mrs. Silsby reported on the yarn discount available to 4-H mem- bers in Concordia. There will be a project leader's meeting at the Buffalo Roam Steak House May 8. County Camp at Rock Springs 4-H Camp will be held June 14-17. Renee Sils- by gave a Council Report on the discussions about the Style Revue and County Fair. There was a treasurer's report of a balance of $421.18. The Seirer family is moving so a new reporter, Roberta Smith, was appointed to take her place. Mary Frances Holdren had the program, a very interesting felt-board t~k. The special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bur Backer and family. Mr Becket is a township repre sentative. -- M.E.B., Reporter White Rock Hustlers The May 4-H meeting of the White Rock Hustlers was held on the 15th at the Christian Church. Larry McMains, the president, called, the meeting to order. A abort business meeting was held. It was dis- cussed to make tray favors, write for pen pals, and col- lect dog food labels. This is for the people-to-people pro- Ject. Bob K6rb started the pro- gram with a talk on, "What Music Appreciation Is.' Cathy Territl gave a demonstration on washing a sweater. People- to-people was the subject of Eddie Runyon's project talk. Other program was given by Gerry Waugh. Mary Frances Holdren talked on Parliamen- tary Procedure. Refreshments were served by Howards and McMains. Several members of the club attended a livestock Judging at Chester, Nebr., on Saturday, May 20. --Reporter, Cathy Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dst and family were Sunday even- ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean and family at the Buffalo Roam honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ost for their wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis and Mr. and Mrs. Darus Henning- sen were Monday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Suchsland. Connie Fogs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lores Fogs. is a member of the first graduat- ing class of the Cloud County Community Junior College. The first commencement ex- ercises were held May 27 at the Concordia High School Auditorium with 36 graduating students. {[[UARTERLY STATEMENT As at April 30, 1967 Total Cash in the Trea- sury as at the a, bove date $839,477,29 FUNDS School. 1No. 276 General 55,'472.04 E.oeial Security 2,171.72 Vocational School 634.46 1'o. 227 General 18,329.17 Social Security 1,190.40 No Fund Warrant 413.00 No. 278 General 37,265.64 Bond 22,783.36 Social Security 2,418.98 No Fund Warrant 2,574.52 No. 279 Spec. Assess- ment 1,306.89 ~poecial Bldg. 7,1~5.51 cational School 3,486,13 General 25,676.61 No Fund Warrant ~,518,41 Social Security 8,450.91 No. 833 General 50.50 Social Security " 2.91 No Pond Warrant .00 Sek d 1 Bond 9-,908.04 No. 8 Bond 8,884.80 No. 8 Bond 8,811.89 No. 88 X 865.88 EILtIS No. 8 Bond 6,146.80 JRHS No. 4 Bond 4,661.90 Binelair Rural High No. I Bond 8,277.96 Jamestown High Jr. 4 | No. 70 Bond 1 5,489.581JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 76 Bond 2 8,478.8 ] Thursday, June 1, No. 165 Bond 6,691 8,04 '90[, Page 5 - Section 1 BORHS No, 9 Bond Webber General 49.48 Randall General ~41.89 Library 1.~9 Spee. St. Light 4.95 No. Fund Warrants 2.20 Athens, General Fire Cemetery Prairie Dog Cloud Bond 18.28 82 Bond 11.96 Jt. 150 Bond 1,527.27 Town*hi~ 87.96 203.00 Brownscreek Gem 75.61 Fire 215.84 Buffalo General 21.12 Fire 147.93 Burr Oak General 12.18 Cemetery 262.03 Fire 468.86 Prairie Dog 39.64 Calvin Fire 3.42 Center General 16.21 Fire 332.68 Erring General 154.88 Esbon Cemetery 14.99 Grant General 33.13 54.07 175.56 .03 Cemetery ] .85 Prairie Dog .00 Highland General 59.10 Cemetery 52.18 Hoimwood General 82.52 Fire 192.33 Ionia General 532.57 Jackson General 147.19 Limestone General 55.29 Fire 251.66 Cemetery .74 Prairie Dog 1.18 Montana General 13,84 Prairie Dog 19.81 Odessa General 6.8 ! Cemetery 3.01 Prairie General 10.34 Fire 480.69 Riehland General 118.53 Sinclair General 25.37 Vicksburg General 165.79 Cemetery 109.46 Fire 428.00 Walnut General .00 Washington General 99.18 Cemetery 259.34 Fire 109.74 Prairie Dog 9.97 Whitemound General 6.70 Cemetery 4.67 Prairie Dog 3.90 Harrison General Cities Burr Oak General 524.20 Library 9.27 Spec. St. Light 25.09 Bond and Interest 20.31 Street 60.42 Esbon General 268.76 Weed 5.15 Formoso General 1,418.81 Cemeteries AChens 164].98 Center 1,522.16 Fairview 180.62 Ionia 254.90 Jewell 627.08 Laurel Hill 5.9~ Pleuant Prairie 145.81 Rosemound 1.55 Star 1,27 Union 2.18 Wallace 19.06 State General 2,009.95 Eleemosynary Bulldin~ Fund 88.95 Educational Buildin~ , 141.01 83,178.42 63,209.38 2,850.00 64,146.80 81,188. 40,418.80 Fund County General Road and Bridge Road Machinery Sec. Matching Special Bridge Welfare W.elfare Retirement Reserve .08 Welfare Social SecuriW Reserve .97 Noxious Weed 22,405.58 Ag. Ext. Council 5,049.48 County School Foundation Fund 5,781.~8 Retirement 8,808.70 Co. Social Security .18 County Matching Social Security 8,133.63 Election 3,520.96 Buffah) Creek Watershed 848.06 Kansas Bostwick Ir- rigation Water 172.17 Cloud Co. Community College 13.98 State & Co, School It761.01 Teacher's Institute 314.89 Undistributed Tax 245,269,37 Residue Sales Tax 27,162.02 Irlheritance Tax 4,897.66 Advance Tax 77.81 Real Estate Redemp- tion 191.52 Pel'~onal Tax Sheriff 567.81 Game Liccn~s 1,196.00 Ul)land Game Bird Staml)s 2.00 Unclaimed Estates 1,467.68 County Hospital Building Funti 13,187.3'/ Motor Vehicle 168.87 Tr.ca~urer's Special FI, nd 1,652.00 Vchi(.Ic Sales Tax 832.07 M~ld V~ ~tinllm ~,ml t~mk New wIW ~ prop Pink ~om ~p ImadL- New ~8 vent mbl~t~ Ikmb~at Vl~ Nmm or dry M~ val elmmAm L~tttl~I UW~I ~#.. ~N lull| OII~ ID~A! K. G. Ball, ii i I I II IL I 4 (