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' [ Y 1 ~ ~ 0 [ m |oyd i News uque , National POW-MIA Day, July 20th, will likely pass without much Admii. ions Dubuque Packing Company voted not to take a $1.25 plant open. July 9, to LTC officials announced Monday hourly wage cut that Dubuque Dubuque slaughters about Iantare. We all recognize the debt we owe to the men who fought for Roger A. Cerveny, Nebr., Myrtle Florell, Formoso that the members of the local officials say is necessary to 650 head of cattle a day at the us, but folks do forget pretty fast, and patriotism appears to be, in shooting fireworks in state July 10, to Acute union at the Mankato plant keep the plant in operation. Mankato plant. According to Some quarters, on the back burner these days. costs.park camping area, $10 and Nettiejuly 13Jhnsn' Burr Oak --.W ther ~"- Thetaking the cut.Veto was 44-5 against lost more than $9 a head, aCmpany officials the firm has Gerald W. Stengel, Nebr. Lillian Estep,Burr Oak ea The base pay for a Dubuque total of $800,000 already this So a salute to those who answered when called; to those who operate boat after sunset Dismissals Inn Rightmeier, Official U. worker has been $7.25 an hour year. The pay cut they stated answered and neve/, returned. Once again, in our own way, each of without lights, $10 and costs. July 13 S. Weather Observer, reports since May when the company could have saved $500,000 in USshould acknowledge our debt to those who came to the defense of' Vicki Jo Farm, Nebr., speed- Lillian Estep, Burr Oak the following statistics for the gave workers a 25 cent an the next 6 months and would :.TieMaECliDtOro SN ~rRiEeEnNS:ae~ ~Orim~il ing, $16 and costs. July 14 period July 9 to July 15 hour raise. Under the corn- have made it pssible fr the David D. Hughes, Clyde, Merna Keeler, Mankato inclusive: party's proposal the base pay company to expand its facili- speeding, $10 and costs. r ores Deloris M. Gaines, Nebr., LTC NEW-S-AN-D'EVENTS Hi Lo would have been $6 an hour. ties and increase production. July 9 102 74 In 1981 workers at the The Mankato Dubuque speeding, $20 and costs. Rev. Rollin Dillinger wasJuly 10 88 70 Mankato plant took a $2 an plant has 100 employees from f ~~rna.l Nellie M. Frick, Colo., our guest minister for church July 11 85 58 hour wage cut to keep thea 50 mile area. Only 52 of the .J granddaughter Lydia the pageant The girls were kate, is retiring effective speeding, $10 and costs, service on July 8 at 2 p.m. July 12 90 59 --.-----------~-----.-.---.-- 81 who have hourly wages are I e~ck, who was one of the getting the autographs after Saturday, July 21. He started Mark C. Studier, Superior, Vaden McKinney and Ida July 13 96 58 ~ members of the local union, iJts in the Miss Kansaswards of the winners, NancY" carting mail out of Mankato in left of center in intersection Peugh called on Dale Scott on July 14 102 67 the National Maritime Union, i~nt last year, wanted to Cobb, the new Miss Kansas1957 to cover the absence of causing accident, $15 andSunday. July 15 88 59 who were eligible to vote. ~ i[n/h:SMaY!:: tehre, and KpP~t~Boofr~,if~tta raUnnd ttibeur~g~ila~hCsarr~e;aca~yd uC:~,~ costs. Welcome to Myrtle FloreU,There was no moisture re- ~Dubuque officials stated af- tFrSoeet Robert E. Reed, Courtland, who moved into LTC room corded during the past week. ter the negative vote that |~ . tz of Grinnell, students of the University of 1981 when he was appointed no boat registration, $10 and 303, on Monday. plans are to reopen the Wichi- ~@L-Perlrm-"Micheleisthe Kansas. Robynshowedmeshe as regular carrier of rural costs. The Tuesday Happenings MONDAY'S MARKETS JimPernutek ta plant which was closed in ~II'V~ot Lydias former also had the auto~,ranh of route 2. In January of this Stanley D. Peterson, Man-Birthday Party on the 10thCourtesy of Midway Co-op CountyExeeutiveDireetor1981 when employees refused kate, faster than reasonable was sponsored by the Rebecca Wheat ........ 3.23 bu ~ InStructor and attends Miss Nebraska, wl~o~ was year he transferred to rural and prudent, $15 and costs. Circle of theU.M.Church, Mile ......... 4.80 cwt.Corn, Oats in Farmer-owned a 37O/o wage cut. El~CL~iua,nsltYafOl!ege~ there as, a guest, whose last route 1. Since 1972 when Dubuque ~.~_ ' p nts, dim name is Boyd and first name Loomis was Federalized Phyllis J Diamond, Web- Mankato. The Cliff Silsby, Corn ......... 3.31 bu Reserve Remain in Release Corn and oats in the farmer- opened the Mankato plant the ~i~,aa~s were attending a is "Alison", I believe with the 35th Army Division ber, catch fish by illegal Lyle banner and Scott Nell- Soybeans .......6.55 bu.owned grain reserve will re- company has been a definite tress meeting in MDB " December23, 1940, he served methods {snogging) revoked son children entertained us ~a, I met her in Saiina, I was pleasantl-- sur-rised there until August 25, 1942 at license for 80 days, $50 and with a medley of songs. Resi- Northeastern which, like main in release status through asset to the economy of this her K S Y P . ' I ! - tate summer last week when Darus Hen which time he was discharged costs, dents having July birthdays Pawnee, is a comprehensive July 31. area. tO, i ~ aancent withlessn on Friday ningsen brou-ht$ a sack full o~ from the 35th Division and Timothy L. Powers, Nebr.,are: Georgene Bossen, Dora community mental health con- priceOn forJUlYcorn2' wasthe $3.36adjustedper financeDUbuquea newalSwaterhaS systemhelped tO, ~n~.~ her to Pratt for little green apples to me at entered the 30th Infantryinsufficient life saving device, Hiatt, Nedia Whitley, Vera ter serving 10 counties. ~wae and finals on the office The,, are "ood to Division of the U.S. Army in short preserver, $10 and Boilinger, Martha Severson The new Pawnee executive bushel, 21 cents above the for Mankato, airport improve- ~y of the Miss Kansas eat fresh" but care d~licious South Carolina with the rank costs, and Ruth Wilson-refresh- director is the top administra- release level of $3.15 for meats, tennis courts and base- i~rsto_ _ when cooked, as I plan to use of second lieutenant. He went Dennis E. Neifert, Glen ments were served following tor of an organization which reserve IV corn and 11 cents ball programs. !|" ppeu on the way in some of them, maybe in a ,,ie overseas with the 30th Divi- Elder, failed to yield right of the program, employs more than 90 per-above the release level of A committee from the Man- ~af where we were if I have time. ~ e , sion and participated in the way at stop sign, $10 and Marcia Stouffer was our sons, and has offices in ten $3.25 for reserve V corn. The kate Chamber of Commerce ~:~m.and Frances at a My Neighbor Donna Vrbas invasion of Europe. In 1944 he costs. Bible Study leader on Wed- counties -- Riley, Cloud, Clay, adjusted price for oats was headed by Wes Alexander and Lrs~aother KPA board gave me some zucchini from was seriously wounded in Barbara A. Bain, Mont., nesday morning. Six ladies Geary, Jewell, Marshall, Mit- $1.90 per bushel, 25 cents Reed Campbeil, chamberpres- ,~y-e~d~ ~.ne W~chita Club. their fine vegetable garden, combat. May 4, 1946 Clarence speeding, $20 and costs, were in attendance, chell, Pottawatomie, Republic, above the release level, ident, has been negotiating for ~, u vmlting with the which I apnreciated all the was released form the service Gay L. burner, Colo., Edith Waddel] visited Evaand Washington. Dally markets reviewed bya loan of $500,000 through the ~PA Executive Director,more since Irdidn't vlant ~e with the rank of Captign and speeding, $10 and costs. Zimmer Wed. morning. Pawnee Mental Health Ser-CCC for corn are Kansas City, North Central Regional Plan- ~uf_nas, Dr. Harry until late this yea~. Thanks, then served in the KansasSylvia E. Ogle, Colo., speed- Guests of Martha Seversonvices offers several types of Minneapolis, Omaha, and St. ning Commission to the city of L ~2,."~aa el the K.S.U. Donna and also Glenna Fogo .Army Reserve until June 15, ing, $10 and costs, on her birthday Wed, July 11 services including counseling Louis. The daily market LoanMankatthat amountWh wouldto Dubuquein turn Lmz.sm Dept. and my who gave me some zucchini1951 at which point he was "--------- were: Lillian Murray, Jeanne for adults, children, and fatal- reviewed for oats is Minnea- for expansion of the local ~n, Larry's instructor from her garden a week or so physically disqualified for ser- Ardeth Wilson, register of Blair and Louise Park. lies; professional and corn- polls. deeds, reports that oil and gas Itha Soamans called on lucy munity workshops; partialUSDA Announces PreUmi- plant. " iF'rge ~etter of Wichita, ago vice during the Korean War hospitalization; aging servi- nary Payments Made Under Chuck Stoltz, president of :E time friend in the " MDB and was given an honorable leases filed the week of July 9 McBride this past week. Press Women. Dr. --~------- discharge as Major, Infantry, were on 627.69 acres by Visitors of ,Edith Billing ces; Employee Assistance Milk Diversion Program the DubuquePackingCo.,was i ~dMarge told of their LETTER TO THE EDITOR Army o! the United States. Richland Oil Associates. have been Mrs. Zelma Root, Program; substance abuse USDA reported milk diver-in Mankato Tuesday afternoon Manhattan, Ks.: Mr. and Mrs. counseling; case consultation; sion checks for the January -- to discuss the closing at a .~.v~slt in Baltimore with Dear Editor:, Clarence and his wife Ale- Jewell County Treasurer Stewart Rupert, Salina, Ks. inpatient hospital referrals; March 1984 quarter that were meeting of the local plant |president~n Eisenhower,of Kansasfr" reportedIn last weekthat ones RecOrder theft reaWaS thaLoomishaVeBuildin~OWned andandoperatedElectnc Lynn Scarrow, reminds those Joyce Bradrick and Millard screening and court evalua- paid, cashed and processed employees at the National ~ Penn S " ~ ," tions; transitional living facfl, through mid-June totaled just Guard Armory. 1P _ tate, and John sons for the cancelation of the in Mankato for many years, a whose names begin with J, K, and Ruby Billing. ~s University, whose public using the golf course business that has provided and L that July 31 is the last Peg Ormsbee called on Joeities; and emergency service, over $136 million. This is ~gra~hy is a best seller for a place to shoot fireworks both needed and excellentday to purchase licenses with- Moore on Tuesday. Pawnee is funded by fees for about 73 percent of the pay- FISHING~--I~RT- s'~att we visited witl~ was a lack of fire protection service to the communit out penalty. Lori Parson, Elaine Smithprofessional services, County, ments USDA expects to make Glen Elder Reservoir- 83F, n Ki " Y. and Beulah Benbow called on state, and federal grants, for the first 3 months of the Walleye fishing is slow. White . rgzs, who was also On behalf of the members of They will continue to mana e bass fishing at night is good. ~a~ant in the Miss the fire department I would and operate this business wgh SHERIFFS~T Jennie Wilson this past week. Schreiner is not new to 15-month program. ''ri~ ~eant last year, as like m point out the fact that the heln of their capableOn July 10, 1984, approxi- Myrna Thronson called on working in the mental health USDA projects that dairy Good numbers of white bass ~anhattan-K-State, andalthough the fire department em Io e'es mately 3:20 p.m. a 1978 Chev- Martha Severson and Velmafield in Kansas either. He price support purchases by have been taken during the ~ats, M P y " rolet Pick-up driven by Wen- Berg on Thursday. worked at Prairie View Men- the Commodity Credit Cor-day in the upper end in . r. and Mrs. Bob was never asked to furnish The couple stated that some I ~I Be loft. Carolyn's any assistance it did in fact rest, recreation and relaxation dull Meyer of Cawker CityShawn Wingfield, Pat tal Health Center, Newton, potation will be 10.9 billion shallow coves. Striper fishing collided with a pick-up driven Wingfield and Brian Wingfi- for six years. There, he served pounds, milk equivalent, for is slow. Channel cat fishing is Uox and Conniehave a plan. It was planned by might., be _vossible now. Hope- this marketing year, a decline excellent in all areas using : athy I andwere there the depa~. ~ to have~ .fire fully a little golfing and fishing by Dennis Neifert of Glen eld, Haysville, and Martha in several capacities including I~.lder. Neffert driving a 1980 Mcconnel, Lebanon visitedoutpatient~ therapist, corn- from the 16.6 biltioa~ndsprepared baits and shad sides. ~:s F ~ .... alrector ofzruczanapersenelltooparate may brighten their day.s last year. The cost of pur- Some good stringers of chan- ~r~,~ rontmr Pageant zt at the golf course before the Of s ial excitement is a GMC pick-up had pulled out in Jennie Wilson Thursday af- munity support services pro- ~', an . . pee front of the Meyer vehicle at ternoon, ject director, psychologist chasing the 10.9 billion nel cat have been taken by Ii[[ _ d Conme m a traffic and parkln made it trip to Europe this September ]yal~ey~ the Miss Solo- difficult to get suchequipment where a reunion of the 30th the intersection .4 miles south Ruth McEntee visited her with theadult outpatient pro- pounds this year will exceed pole and line in the river ~-~e ~e!li Brummer of around safely. Army Divison will take place of the Ionia K-128 Jct. Both father Vern Garlock Thurs. gram, coordinator of chil- $1.5 billion, forks. garm cousin, Dub- Sincerely yours, at Meastricht, Holland. The Vehicles were totaled, afternoon, dren s services, and executive USDA said milk productionLoveweil Reservoir: Chan- I~pliff of Jewell, is a Don Snyder, 30th Division liberated Man- On July 11, 1984 at approxi- Inessa Sample came to seedirector of the development gains have ceased following nel cat fishing is good through l~lnety ~atehe Miss Solo- Chief, M.V.F.D. stricht from Nazi occupation mutely 11:00 a.m. 8 milesTressa Wilson, Thursday. disablility services, almost 5 years of monthlyout the lake, especially in the ~ear g ant at Downs ~ 40 years ago. The people of north of Mankato on county Lydia Groves visited VeraEarlier he worked as a gains over year-earlier levels, inlet area. Walleye fishing is [~d Di U0~S E]el~.~eW Meastricht were so happy and road a 1980 Oldsmobile driven Bollinger on Saturday. Susan school psychologist and direc- Production on a daily average slow to fair with occasional ~ef S- ' ane and girls, h~t,,m,sb,,,[ B.,,s,a-,~ appreciative that they have by Edith Soash was turning Folsom came to see Lulu tor of special education at basis for January throughgood stringers of fish being ~i w~zte'. Robyn and nlt~lH~ttt#Hl! rH~IU~IIRcelebrated the liberation in left at intersection when a Jacobs on Friday. Robert and Smith County Special Eduea- May was down about 1.9 per- taken at both the Inlet and F-~.~e__~ attending September every year since. 1968 Ford pick-up driven by Mary Folsom visited on Sun- tion Cooperative, in Smith cent from a year earlier.Outlet Canals. Wipers and JARy NEW8"-~---'-' The~ Queen of Holland is Mark Studier of Superior day. Carl, Sharon and Alysia Center; and as a school In addition to the diversion white bass are being taken Lan~b, -, - . expected to be on hand at the tried to pass in the intersec- Oliver, Kathleen and Amber psychologist for the Mont- program, other factors con- above the dam at the mouth of ~tianl repo~lttkato C~ty 40th celebration to greet the tion, functional damage to Dewey, visited with Dora gomery County Special Edu- tributing to the decline in- the Outlet Canal. !~tseon~ , ~netre were 300 or so members of the 30th both vehicles and no injury. Hiatt Saturday. cation Cooperative in Redelude higher feed costs, an h nt for the firs hbrary m On July 11, 1984, approxim- Cathy Terrill, Palmer, Ks., Oak, Iowa. improving economy which FRIEND~ thhOe~dr t~UlYas~2~JA party there.Army Divis" n who will be mutely 1:25 p.m. 3~/~ miles visited with Minnie Sutliff bachelor'sSchreinerandreceivedmaster'sbthde- alternativesPrvides additionaland expectednn'dairy CORNERSThe FriendlyE'H'U" Corners and Merrill McNichols on Sat. ~lay July 20 nay which Happy days, Clarence and south and l~/z miles east of [ ----.-.~._~ Aletha. Formoso, a 1972 John Deere Darleen Sobers visited Sat. grees in psychology from Fort lower milk support prices in E.H.U. met with Ivah Hoard and disc driven by Danielwith Velma Berg and EdithHays State University, Hays, the future. July l0 as hostess. Devotions , where he was a member of Psi 19~5 Wheat were given by Opal Watson ~p Engel and a 1981 Ford pick-up Billing. IRA T/ON AvS~ KErrH driven by Craig Clark met and Betty Andreason and Hans Chi national psychology. Prep'am Anaeumeed followed by all repeating the i l~y: Mllllcen! MALINOWSKY " collided after the Clark' ve- Nelsen came to see Mildred honorary, and was an Acade-Farmers who participate in Lords Prayer. The flag salute the 1985 wheat program will was given. Eight members . Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Malin-hide came over hillcrest.'No Nelsenand Eva Zimmer. mic Fellow in Clinical Psychol- be eligible for target price contributed to "Nickles for whosoever owsky of Oklahoma City, injury, functional damage to John, Julie and Kristen ogy. ~ueLn me ~,) findeth life ,,a .L.. Okla. announce the arrival of pick-up. Dewey visited WithGlenn The new Pawnee admini- protection at $4.38 per bushel, National for roll call. Opal 'rdi" ,,ms a son, Austin Keith, July 12, On July 15, 1984, approxi- Wright Saturday. strator has served as both the price support loans at $3.30 Watson read an article from ~aVor of the Lo Prey. who weighed 8 pounds 8 mutely 10:14 p.m. a 1977 Met- Irbie Hanson and MargaretSouth Dakota representative per bushel and land diversion the K.E.H.C. The new lessons once offered ounces and was 20Vz inches cury driven by Gloria Henaley Countryman visited with Vel- to the National Council of payments at $2.70 per bushel, for 1985 were discussed and definition cynics Here which mention": which isn't a disease only cure is Bert Mason of'Donaghadee, Northern Ireland was elected President of The Interns. tional Association of Lions Clubs at the organization's 67th Annual Convention held July 4-7, 1984 in San Fran. cisco, California, USA. on both It is sense in life unless frame. did -- of a Such a ~tens and ag of every That ab- a framework, an outlook and a jail sentence As President of the world's the crime oflargest service club organiza- can dismiss tion, Mason--the first Irish- adoles- man to head the Lions--will travel the world representing ' the Association, observing f local service activities sponsored by many of the a fact more than 36,000 Lions Clubs in 157 countries and geographical areas, and meeting with heads of state and communities to promote Lionism and the theme for hisyear in office: ANSWER THECALL TO SERVE. A Lion for 26 years, Mason is the chief executive officer of a major printing and pack- aging company. He willlead tl~e Lions in their long-term Programs of drug awareness and diabetes education and research. might on the mS'or Our place in ~g do~n cause of, the L ,, and the tear- ~ruf personality. M~, ms for finding the |life Were given me b a Once The "" Y the n, st is ~,~ . cond, Ke,~,- ]Land the th;...~ .... ~,~' e ehe "'.y, rtetp to go L-Persn hu ~snce of push gets -' an ra pull. uong long at birth. Mrs. Malinowsky if the for- mer Mary Keith Ha]stead of Mankato. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ha]stead of Man- kate and Mrs. Caroll Malin- owsky of Ellis, Kans. Great Grandmother is Mrs. gd Wasinger, of Ellis. The baby's aunt, Cheryl Bird of Lawrence is visiting this week at the home of her sister and helping care for her little nephew. IN TENNIS TOURNAMENT Vickie Moon took part in the McDonald Classic tennis tournament Saturday in Sail- ha. She received a trophy. She returned home with her parents Saturday and retur- ned to Salina Sunday. She will take part in another tennis tournament Saturday the 21st in Hays. of Trumbull, Nebr. struck and killed a deer 6 north on K-14. No injuries, functional damage to vehicle. On July 15, 1984, approxi- mately 7:51 Delbert Korb of Mankato driving a 1974 Ford pick-up struck and killed a calf that had come up out of the ditch. Calf belonged to Mitchie Woerner of Superior. Accident happened 8 miles north of Mankato on Airport road, 3 miles east and 1 mile back north. Effective at 9:00 a.m. Saturday, June 30, the Counland Coop Elevator was purchased by the Mid- way Coop of Osborne, Kansas, stated Marvin Bergstrom, member of the Courtland Coop Board of Dir ors. The elevator will con- MELVIN "BUD" ALLEN SERVICES Services were held Tues- day, July 17 at North Platte, Nebr. for Melvin "Bud" Allen who passed away Saturday, July 14 in the Grand Island, Nebr. hospital. Edith Hinkle of Watonga, Okla. sent a check for renewal of the Record ,subscription. yS with no interruption of ser- vice, Dou Grothaus, General Manager of Midway Coop, said he was excited about havin8 Midway be a part of the Courtland com- munity and will continue to provide services as needed, Tke Courti~d Jeumsd.Emplre ma Berg, Martha Severson, and Lucy McBride on Sun. Tony Tyler visited Joe Moore on Sunday. Randi and Alois Hubl, Red Cloud, came to see Martha Severson on Tues. Irene Spicer, Hays, Ks., Anna Ruder, Larcie and Avril Brown, Kansas City, Ks., visited Wednesday afternoon with Bernice Hart. Joe Kingsby visited Laura several times last week. Charlotte Murray and Hel- en Huffman are frequent visit- ors of John Fullerton. Bingo games were held in the activity room on Thursday afternoon. Tressa Wilson had the first Bingo and Essie Seamans had the first card blacked out. Wolunteers help- ing were Swede Peterson, Juanita Thompson, Luella Yasmer and Erma Dunstan. NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Pawnee Mental Health Ser- vices' board of directors has hired a new executive direc- tor for the 10-county mental health non-profit community organization. David Frey, Pawnee board member and chairperson of the search committee, an- nounced the hiring of Don Schreiner, former executive~ director of Northeastern Men- tal Health Center in Aber- deen, South Dakota. Schrei- her, a Kansas native, served for five years as director of Community Mental Health Centers and president of the South Dakota Association of Mental Health Center Direc- tors from 1983 until he re- signed this summer to move to Kansas His Kansas professional ac- tivities include appointments to the Governor's Planning Council of Developmental Disabilities, 1976-1978, and to the Kansas Governor's Com- mittee on Employment of the Handicapped, 1976. He has served as the chair- person of the Inservice Pro- gram Council of the Kansas Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, 1976, and as the co- chairperson of the Legislative Coordinating Council of the Kansas Association of Rehab- ilitation Facilities, 1975-1976. A licensed psychologist, Schreiner belongs to a num- ber of professional organiza- tions including the Association for Rural Mental Health, the National Council of Commu- nity Mental Health Centers, and the Step-Family Associa- tion of America. Schreiner and his family recently moved to Manhattan. Don McCullough, Pawnee director of administrative ser- vices, served as interim executive director the last nine months while the board conducted a nation-wide search for a new executive director. McCullough will re- sume his regular duties with the organization. The 1985 program contains a combined 20 percent acre- age reduction requirement and a 10 percent paid land diversion with 50 percent of the payment abailable at sign- up. It does not contain pay- ment-in.kind as did the 1984 program. The signup period will be conducted from Octo- ber 15 through March 1. Program participants will be required to limit their 1985 wheat planted acreage to no more than 70 percent of the farm's wheat base, and devote {ACR) cropland equal to 28.57 percent of the farm's 1985 planted wheat acreage, plus 10 percent of the farm's wheat base. "The 1985 acreage bases will be the average of the acres planted and considered planted to wheat in 1983 and 1984 ." Haying will not be permit- ted on acreage conservation reserve land. However, the acreage may be grszed except during the designated six principal growing months. The ASCS official said the grain reserve will be 'review- ed before regular price sup- port loans for the 1985 crop reach maturity, and a deter- mination will be made at that time as to whether entry of the crop into the reserve will be permitted. Acreage reduction program contracts are binding and liquidated damages will be assessed for failure to comply with program requirements. members filled out the form that is due in the office by July 18. Formoso Craft Day will be Nov. 3. If you would like to bring your crafts for show or .sale, please contact Ivah Hoard. Pr!ce for a table is 50 cents. The next Health Clinic is August 21 at the Senior Citizen Center. Ivah Hoard gave the lesson "Rags to Riches". Take old clothing and make beautiful rugs from them, either braid- ed or hooked. A very good project for a rainy day. The rest of the afternoon was spent visiting. Our next meet- ing v~ill be with Opal Watson August 14. -Reporter ANGELA DAWN RICHECKY Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Richec- ky of Belleville are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Angela Dawn born July 8. She weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jude Snip, Enterprise; Mr. and Mrs. Del Thole Fairmont, Nebr. Great grandmothers are Mrs. Beu- lah Fisher. Cuba and Mrs. Henricka Thole, Geneva, Nebr. CORRECTION The name of Lela Dillon as a great grandmother was un- intentionally omitted from the birth announcement of Maggie Elaine Robertson of Olathe Kans. \