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;,~ 7;/:: ,~ "L L., L, , ~:i:; ,, ....... Sewer County Record. Mankato. Kansas THURSDAY, AUGUST 11 C~LENDAR !i .... 16-- H.U. 17-- F e I I o w s h i p "9':00' a.m. It Club, Mrs. E. B. sanctuary of Harmony Meth- odist Church, Aug..L 1966. Mrs. ,Ion Menhusen, Vice- President, presided and con- ducted the business meeting m regular form. Mr:;. Glenn ('~rl)klt, Jr., President, was O11 vacation. Mrs. Ray Sfrllth introduced the four girl.s wnu ut~endc~ the liouse i'arty on ,July 14-15 al. Woodsl'm; Ro ,~,0rta Smilb, Trela Rafferty, Carrie Wellrner and Gaylc l~erry. The girls gave very inleresting lepo[ts o1' t.I. two (lays' activities. Mr,';. Virgil l~e(mgher led the song serwce, and Mrs. Ray .%milh ,~" . .C!ub, Faro- read It,., l)ev(,li(,,,als. Mrs ~1~,, b:aU p.m., ~.ut)mq. l)van introduccvi y' arz ' Miss Donna Ilills, wh,J gay( ,~II,-IIL ._ }a most inlerestinp and com- ber tlride-To-Be in'chensiw: report of I tu -'---- KL n [ Mc, thodist Fxluealional Tolw. ',;'"~61:'ylfike ,ll)onna's report was hil,lr ~arriage to J. D. l lighted wilh slides from lt u ,~jrCen"of"Medicine l,odge lT)~r ('over ng Oklalaoma ~tB., ~'i]'l~'{a'l~e place Aut{. ITexas, ~New IVlexico, Coh,- ' was honored wilh a rado and Kansas. Th s was a shawer Munday Iwelve day lout of the Melh- l~ltng;atthe home or Mrs. 0disl churches and centers ,llJ , R. (0freer: Each guest and interesting points of the, a favorite recipe on a Sm~thwest. Mrs. V. A. Hills gave ad- le,bl~klle-to-be oil a mk which Cheryl by The gift labh, with a pink and tlover and centered a bouquet of pink ~ilRefl;eshrrl~nt s which 1 o(it the same color W~te~ s~rved ~ from ,~ coverdd dining" room with a een- of white bells and in silver candle- 'on each side. General Meeting Wo~]tn's Society of Service met in the , : , . . q t presented the slides. Re- freshmelds were s:.rved il Fellowship Hall by the l.il,~ and Donna Cirrles. ]h)sle!-:s es were Mrs. I,',qy l)ielz, Mrs. Roberl Switzer, Mrs. Forresl C.olson anti Mrs. Muffin Ned- S/HI. "trump It Club Entertained Mrs. D. K. Balch ent('r tailled Ihe n/elnl)(~FS (If [hi Trump 11 Ih'id~te Club at h('i home We(hwsday ('veninlt Aug. 3. Mrs. R. B. 'Furn~'~ WaS a p, iiPs;l. Mrs. [,()wel Yasmer and Mrs. E. B. F;'.,an, received lhe hi t,,h sc()r( prizes. Refreshmenls wer( :: ? and Ethel U. Cole, two of Jewell teachers, were married at Mankato, August 16, 1916, by Rev. P. H. was served at the home of the bride's Dl~r Cole, west of Mankato, at which, all relatives of the Eber Cole and H. present. Eugene Powell and Miss stood With the bride and groom. Mr. P~Ii, left Thursday morning for Backus, on a wedding trip. served by the hostess. The next meeting will be Aug. 17 with Mrs. Beam. Moxter Family Reunion A Moxter family reunion was held Sunday, Aug. 7, at the honm of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waugh. There were about 40 relatives l)resent {or a p()l luck dinner. They clinic IrOITI Bel.it, C,mc.'m .lia, l)(,wns, Cawker City, Glen Elder and Pal(o, Kans. Edith Folger Visitors at church Stmda) ill()l'tlilll', were: [VII'. and Mrs. lie)ward llovl of ORlah(~ma Lilly, ()kla., "lJm Ann llawk- ,as of Kansas Cily, and Pal ~y Foster of Phillipsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt arc visilin.k Iheir cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hafner. Lea Ann and Patty arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Reev( llawkins as l,ou Ann is theil ,g~an(Idaul.,Iter md P; fly iL a niece. The p()od G(;sl)el mes:;age,~ and fellowship of .h)hn and [:Icily R~d)inson, pastors ol llaviland Friends, was much al)precialed at the Friday Hid Sattu'(lay S(?ssiolIS O~ ()uarterly Meeting here. Th( ,~!h('r three Monthly meet- in~,:;, (;lenview, Washing, t(m and l]elh:vilhL were repre- ~;cnled bolh days. The Women's Missionary Society plans It) meet with M rs. lqv erel t .l effery, "Fhu rs day, Aug. l l, al 2:00 p.m. Mrs. Charles IIansen and dattghter, F(mda, of Over land Park, Kans., came lasl Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nalhan Win- slow, and others, while C;harles is in ca|rip in Vir- ginia. Nol too many votes wet( cast at election last Tues- day. The board consisled o', Ruth Cordel, I{~)sie C:ddwell tlazel Diehl, Susie Fitch and Harold Push. Mr. and Mrs. John Dillon and children and her brother Mr. and Mrs..]ohn Parsons are attending a Parsons re- union near Durango, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice ,lef fery and children took his grandfather, Luther Dilhm to his home at Friendswood, Texas,. They,,.w~ti,.visit otbe~ relatives near there. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert .Ief- fery bought the Salem Church building. They pla~ Co wreck it and build on their farm 2~/~ miles east and l~ mile south of here, the old Henry Korb farm. Martha Harris accompan- ied her brother, Neal ]larris, and son, Jerry, to Hays, Kans., for the Commence- ment Exercises on Thursday evening when Mrs. Neal Harris received her B. S. de- gree in Education. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brown and family of Wooster, Ohio, plan to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, a few clays this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dil- hm and son, Ron, visited Esther's mother, Imlu Wal- den, at Burr Oak on Sunday. .I In the afternoon they called on Mayme Mullins, Motlit Davis and her daughler, Grace Birch. Mrs. Mullinst .~ ~~ .... had a birthday din~er fo:I Mrs. Davis With he~p, Mrs. I)avis can walk a litile. ',: ....... .............. ..... After another pleasant ![ night to sleep, it is cloudy and a few drops of rain have fallen this Monday rnorning. MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. REPORT We had a good run (;i iivest(mk for this tim,= ()f year, anti plenty of {.,()od [Hlyers oi1 the so:lls. "~1 Hogs sold Io $25.6t). nnd tleavy Pi~,s sold 10 $22.50 l)er'hcad. N()t many l.ight Calve:, Ihis week, mostly'small lols. A set of Whiteface Steers weighing 42')5 Ibs. sold for $29.20. A set of Black Steers weighing 468 lbs sold for $28.30. 29 Whiteface Steers weighing 581 lbs. sold for $27.45. 22 Whiteface Steer'4 weighing 815 II)s. sold for $25.05. 39 Whiteface Steer;:. weighing 928 ll)s. sold for $24.80. 30 Black and Blat:k Whiteface Steers weighing ')0() lbs. soM for $24.90. A ;el of Whiteface tlcifers weighing a little under 400 !hs. sold for $23.80. We sold a Whiteface Cow 'rod baby calf for $244.00. Eows sold mostly from 7~16.00 to all $18.80 lop. l,arger C()B si~,rltlrs were: I la|'old "rotten; Gene Under- ~(}o(I; Franc.is Baxa; Ray Elawson; Mannie Loomis; 1:. May; Rodney McCammon; Gerald Farr; Richard Tice; (;eorge Mansholt. We had the 4-It Sale at q o'ch)ck after our regular ~ale, and I'm sure it was lhe best sale the 4-H has ever had. We sold 37 head (,f