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l l , SOCIETY and C/o BS m.t be ',, by ,No , .y) CALENDAR Mystic Circle Club June 8 - On June 2, the Mystic Circle Bide-A-Wee Club - LeonaClub met at the Rebekah Hall Wiley, hostess for our birthda*y pot luck sup- June 10- per and gift exchange with Grace Miller and Emaline Finesse Club - Dinner party, 7:00 p.m., Buffalo Roam Steak House Husbands guests. June 13 - V.F.W. Auxiliary Gleaners O.E.S. June 14 - Rebekah June 15 - Royal Neighbors Flower Lovers Club - Break- fast, 8:00 AM., City Park Bee Club Meets The Busy Bee Club met ira ty, June 1, at the home Margaret Huntington with lab Heisz as hostess There e 8 members present and guest, Laura Switzer. Mar- Huntington read the po-' for the day. A lovely lunch served by the hostess as- by Margaret and Laura. next meeting will be July the home of Belva Korb. call will be something the Fourth of July. Each is asked to bring a picture of herself. --Reporter. Shively as hostesses. After a delicious supper, we had our business meeting. Roll call was ansveered with stories by 12 members. We missed Ella Col- son and Lucy Wiley. Minutes were read of the last meeting. Hostess gift from Jennie to Emaline was a plastic water l pitcher and the gift from Ema- line to Grace Miller was two hand towels We then opened our birthday gifts and all re- ceived lovely gifts. Part of us spent a short time playing ~itch. All thanked our hostess- es for a lovely party. Next meeting will be with Ella Col- son at the Rebekah Hall. --Marian LaRue, Reporter. Menketo E.H.U. Mrs. Pat Czirr was our gra- cious hostess at the home of her mother, Mrs. Vivian Oat May 16. The meeting opened with two Mother's Day read- rags in commemoration of that day by Viola Bunch. Then our County. Extension lady, l~.~ary Frances Holdren. gave the les- son "Postures on Parade". Three ladies from the Beau- moat Unit and our twelve Clegg), Mr. and Mrs. Bryant members enjoyed' the lesson Clegg, Trudy and David, all of very much. We find our groom- Fremont, Nebr.; Mrs. Harold lag and posture are very is- Wiggins (Twila Clegg)of Rich- portant factors in our lives mend, Virginia; 'Mr. Max today. Clegg, Winona, Minnesota; Each unit retired to separate Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clegg, areas for the business meet- Patty and Marl Lynn, hag. Lucy Wiley reported on of Beloit, Ks.; Mr. and Mrs. several interesting projects be- Arden Clegg, and Donna, Mr. hag sponsored by the county and Mrs. Thaine Clegg, J. C. units, and on her trip to Re- and Dena, Mr. Keith Clegg, cognition Day at Hastings. The and Mrs. Laurence Stedman, county units have paid $161.97 all of Mankato. towards our Jewell County The following called on Mrs. Hospital Fund. C.T. Clegg and family Mere- Next meeting will be June orial Day: Mr. and Mrs. Ken- 20 at the home of Leta Dietz. ~neth Maag, Jewell: Mr. Roll call "Old Time Reme- dies". Lesson will be the first oh Health. Thanks to Janice Perdue and Mary Gunter for writing the reports for me, --Mrs. Cecil F. Bunch, P.R.C. George Putt, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz and Patty of Burr Oak; Mr. Lowell Newlin, of Concordia; Mr. and Mrs. Wil- fred Buster, Connie and Lola, of McPherson; Marcia Grout, and Jack Turner. Desire Tobey Sears C. T. Clegg Family Reunion Chapter N.S.D.A.R. I Mrs. C. T. Clegg enjoyed Desire Tobey Sears Chapter having all of her thirteen child- ren home for a picnic dinner N.S.D.A.R. had their Flag Day on Memorial Day. Those at- meeting Thursday evening, tending were: Mr. and Mrs. June 1st, at the Buffalo Roam Orval Meeker (Eloise Clegg}, Party Room with Mrs. Alfred Mrs. Francis Lammon (Joan Ross, Mrs. Robert Switzer, Clegg), Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. L. M. Weltmer and Mrs. Hunter (Sharon Clegg), Rach- Glenn Kuiken, as hostesses. el Jo and Laura Lynn.. all of The Flag Day Program was Denver, Colorado; Mr. and in charge of Mrs. Clifford Jones. The flags were ;)re- Mrs. Robert Clcgg, Momrose, seated by Susan ICier and Six- Colorado; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed ah Jane Russell who gave (Vivian Clegg), Mr. and Mrs. readings from "I Am Old Merl Reed and Michael, all of Burr Oak, Ks.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rawlings (Marlene Glory". A "Heritage" record was used, narrated by Richard Boone, giving music which or- iginated during various peri- ods of the United States terri- torial expansion. After delicious refreshments of ice cream and chocolate cake, the business meeting was opened in regular form by the Regent, Mrs. Marvin Walker The President General's mes- sage was read by Miss Irma Nixon and the National De- fense report given by Mrs. On May 28, the CharUe Love home, north of Eabon, was the scene of a family get.to.her in honor of Sp4 James A. Love, who is home on leave after a twelve month tour of duty iti Vietnam, and Alc George E. Love, who is home on leave If tax-spending 28 months in Okinawa. Those present be, sides the guests of honor were: Mrs. Leonard Meyer and three children, Mr. and Mrs, Ernie Lassman, Jr. and Barbara and Rodger Quy, all of Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Love, Jr. and family of Bellevflle; Mr. a~nd Mrs. Glenn Rightmei- er and family, Glenn Love and John Love, all of Manksto, Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones and fam- ily of Emporia, Mr. and Mrs. George Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Love, all of Man- .... M yes' .... 7:! nee, ... 10[ : cnt ,i,e S NC i ,Isky, Ice )I ... W e.SS i Ilia, Till .8 Fo . I e \ I I III I IIII kato. When the boys' leaves am up, Jim will report to Fort Riley, Kansas, and George to Robins Air Force Base near Macon, Georgia. Leonard Mey- er stayed home with Renee, their 4 year old daughter, who is recuperating from major kidney surgery. May 28th was a happy day for the Emil Claycamp.family. The family had a dinner at the park in Beloit honoring their daughter. Kathy, who came for a two weeks' visit from Washington, D. C. Also here for the Memorial week- end were: Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bur Claycamp and family from Gering, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rosey and family from Junction City; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hanson and Steve from Manhattan; Mr. and Mrs. Dar- rell Claycamp and Gina, Mr. and Mrs. James Blase and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Diers, Mr. Adred DOers and family, all of Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. Elden DOers from Hunter; Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Spears rrom Osborne; Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Beeler. Mrs. Howard Carl Paden and family from Edwards installed the follow- Topeka; and Mr. and Mrs. lag new officers" Regent Mrs ' [Tony Boden from Downs. Robert Switzer; Vice Regent, I --~'-" Mrs Alfred Ross" Rec Sec [$m'lnoTou- r' O; "' -- " Miss Helen Staffo d; C . See., I -- --~ Mrs F R Fair' Treasurer .... . , ] On May 27 at 9.00 a.m., the Mrs Joe R Beeler Registrar hit Dun B : , [W em d uilders 4-H Club Miss Irma Nixon; Chaplain, ]started the spring tour at Mrs. Howard Edwards: His-. lWayne Underwood's ..t view torian-Librarian Mrs P JI .... Cheryl s projects whscn were Rafferty. Mrs. F. W. Boyd, IHome Beautification and two Jr on behalf of the chapter , ' Ifat steers. Next we traveled presented Mrs. Marvin Walk-'ItO the Ted Tl~ummel home er with a past-regents pin, in ]where we saw Trey's Home appreciation of her services as IBe_a, utificatlon. At Benny Kern- Regent the last two years. Ev- 'n~r ~ ~u~ ~Aw Cinc~v'~ PAhhlt~ eryone was urged to fly the and'~er"~fat-l'amb,"-1~a~n,'sgar: flag on Flag Day June 14th. A family pot luck dinner was held at noon, Tuesday, Memor- ial Day at Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Howell's. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Rex Warren, and boys, Bradshaw, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore, Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs, Clar- ence Maag, Burr Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Maag and boys, Ellsworth: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maag, Salina; Mike Shipps, Topeka: Rodney Maag. Topeka; Mr, and Mrs. Bill Freeby and Fern from Aubun, Calif.; Mrs. Lillie Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howell, Mike and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Diamond and family, all of Mankato. -- iml i ii A A A den and her fat lamb, and Debbie's fat lamb and breed- ing ewe. Next we went to Ernest Blattner's where we Saw Ruth's garden, her fat lamb and breeding ewe. At Melvin ShipleY's, we saw Ly- I i ii I i ,i, a spiffy boat you ve got them, Charlie. Was it insured, Charlie? Don't be a Charles. If yOU own a boat, insure it--with a boat. owners policy from State Farm. You'll gel stem to sirra prolc. teen allow, low ralct Call me. W..L "Bg# WlLOON roB. cu , MANKAYOa KS. le's cooking project and h!s two barrows. We saw Gary s garden and his fat steer. Our next stop was at the Commun- ity Center for a sack lunch. After lunch a short business meeting was held. Next we travel~d to Johnny Beam's where we saw Joel's knitting and her fat lamb and breeding ewe. We saw Mike's heifer, cow, and two fat barrows. At Harry Kindler's, we saw Joy's two fat steers, fat lamb, breed- ing ewe and aged ewe. --Douglas Dietz, Reporter. Cloud County Community Jr. College Honor Roll The following from Jewel; County are members of the spring Honor Roll at the Cloud County Community Junior Col- lege in Concordia: All "A" Honor Roll - (Full Time--12 or more hours) Mrs. Jessie Gillett, Burr Oak: B plus (3.25 and above) Hon- or Roll - (Full Time---12 or more hours): Kay Dempsey, Formosa; James Whelchel Concordia: B plus (3.25 and above) Hen. or Roll - (Part Time--6 to ll hours): Mrs. Barbara Owens- by, Concordia. Concordia -- Commencement exercises were held May 27, 11967 at the Cloud County Com- munity Jun~or College in Con- cordia, Kans. Members of the graduating class from Jewell County were -- ,,'W ; ' ,, \\ The ~,dfi~lo Roa, ~t:eak,oHouse CHAR BROILED STEAKS PAN FRIED CHICKEN Thursday Night is Pan Fried Chicken Special - $L50 . SL00 IIII ii m. e and Betty Kay Holdren, Mo~- ]Th~ay, June 8, INT ,~, Mr. and R mom .... ~graduat/on exerc/aes of ~ ~L:: ' ~ chols, Mankato, and Mr. and ]grandson, Scott Nichols, M "' Mrs. Floyd Dixon of SuperiOr, IEllswrth' Kans. May 24th. Nebr. attended the 8th grade e e RAISE YOUR GLASS TO THE DAIRY FARMER! His contribution to the health and prosperity of our nation as a whole -- and especially to this community which our bank has sewed so long-is delicious and wonderfully sotisfylng, to infant and adult alikel "Drink doiry, eat dairy"... JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH! DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO $1S,000.0@ BY FJlt&C. Ideal for NERVE DEAFNESSI Wear the tiny new Te ex. ELEOTR~)N EAR in your ear canal SaD lenin el~.loy clear undarsta,ndine and aoo~ nelllrtl~l. n,s luper-m.lntsture dev ce IO ~r. contslnan whn no tuols, cordl Of W molds to attract attention. ELECTRON E.AR restoreD, your a~M assurance, maKeS ~,ou OOK XOVflSef .and feel younser DaCSUSe It 18 ii~ mconspicuous. You hear with extra oler~ty be(:auoe the tiny aposkor is doeR fn the e~.r canal close to your eororum,.lulSll|f placed In the ear Of removeo el I moments notice. w;li at :he Correll Hotel NEW T/ny Haarino Oevica !Restores Your Under. standing I Ask/or Your Area Representative Mr. L. Garman ___ in Mankato_ on _Thursday, June ISth from 9:30 a. m. to 12:AO, If you cannot come in just call for informatioo or write to: TELEX HEARING AID CENTER, Inc. 2010 'l'~elfth Street GREAT BEND, KANSAS Phone SW 3.8873 (And that low prlso brings you a road-sure ride, Body by Fisher quality, and a traditionally higher resale value. You also get wider front and rear tread for greater stability and handling, foam-cushioned seats, and extra fenders Inside the regular ones to help Inhibit rust. Most overything more expansive cars glvo youl) Implls Convertible--with most everything higher priced oanl give yOU Chevrolet'| greater value is another reason you tat e .....o... .............. . ......................................................................... o... ........................................... o .... , .... .,~ See your Chevrolet dealer during hie Camera Pacesetter Special buys on Camaro Sport Coupes end Convertibles specially equipped with: 250-cubic-inch Six, 155 hp Deluxe steering wheel Bumper guards, front and rear Whitewall tires Wheel covers Wheel opening moldings Striping along the sides Extra interior brightwork And, at no extra cost during the sale, you can get the special hood stripe and a floor shift for the 3-speed transmissionl SALE SAVINGS.TOO, ON SPECIALLY EQUIPPED HALF-TON FLEETSlDE PICKUPS (Model CS 10934). "--15 5105 .......