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!t' : :ii: :iii: i:ii s ....... 2a Reeo . M mkm. h ngas THURSDAY, AUGUST ,18, / ',We welcome our little Morri,;, wh,, her home with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Moris and Eu- gene. She came Tuesday ev erl~'luncheon was given for Mrs. Riley Richardson in left wishing Mrs. Richardsonl en to the hospital at 'Red honor of her birthday at many more happy birthdays. ICIoud by ambulance Satur- Zetta s Cafe. The table was Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch]day decorated with flower.~; and were dinner guests of Min-I Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rich- a lovely birthday cake. The hie Sutliff Thursday ardson and Madeline Miller gueJts were Mrs. Richard- Mr. and Mrs. Keith Tcrril called on Mrs. Haworth Sun- son, Minnie Sutliff. A W esday at 1:00 o'clock hmch was scrwM IIl~J I I II I Ethyln l)emery, and nt:sday evening. lovely Wanda Myers, while on a and all Irip in Minnesota, called her ~lml, I';verelt Terrill, to wish him a haplw hirthday Wed- nc,':day evening. Mrs. Grace Haworth has been ill the past week. Dr. l;cnnett was called Thursday a. m. Mrs. ttaworth was taR- Terrill, of California Sunday. They were wishing their dad a happy birthday. Mrq. Ethel Terrill and Eva WilRon of Jewell spent Sun- day night in .Mrs. Terrill's home and called on her bro- ther, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mizncr Sunday evening. Callers on Mrs. Helen McNichols and Merrill were p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNi- Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Lamb chols and family, Mrs. Vera and family of Clay Center McDonnel and Mr. and Mrs. called on Mr. and Mrs. Cur-I Benbow. tis Terrill and family Sun-J Mrs, Claude Boyles, Mr. day p.m. . and Mrs. Lynn Hall, Pat arld Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ter- Debbm were guests of Mr. rill enjoyed a visit with and Mrs. Delmar Boyles and their son, Vernon and Wilma family Sunday even.ing to a 0; cook-out. Mr. and Mrs Cecil Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Jordan called at the Fitch home on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewis of Red Cloud c~lled on Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mizner on Sunday afternoon. Lawrence -- Elizabeth Boyd, daughter of Mr. and the National Defense' Edu- ,cation ,Act of '1958, ,provides support for a three-year per- iod leading to a doctoral de- gree. During this period, the Fellow may also be a candi- date for a master's degree. Under the conditions of the fellowship, the student is to devote full time to stu- dy or research in the field in which the fellowship was The student's fees are by K. ~U. Miss Boydearned the Ba degree from Kansas University in 1964. 331 N. First St. Apt. El Cajon, Calif. 92021 Jewell County Record Mankato, Kansas Enclosed find check i$4.00 for which please' re" awarded. There is no teach- Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr., 405 S. . i new my subscription to Center, Mankato, is among [ng. reqmrement f!)r the lJewell County Record. 62 recipients of a National r~ aware, as.mere Is[ I really look forward Defense Graduate Fellow-Iwjtn some renowsmps. ]receiving t and I surely do ship recently announced by l The fellowship prvideslnot want to miss a cop~y. the University of Kansas. J for a $6,600 stipend over the J Yours Respectfu The Graduate FeilowshipJ three years with $400 allow-[ Pearl N. Murray program, authorized under lance for each dependent.[ I I iii i I ~S II / I ':' %. i, i EXTRA-BONUS SCIIOOL SPECIAL FITTED CANVAS BINDER 79c Blue Canvas Binder includes 25c Pack- age of Filler Paper, 10c Ret'erence Index Each Back-to-Schooler needs one of these Onward quality at a special low price. $1.14 Value - Save 2tic ' tlble ring marriage Save 53c! Onv:ard FITTED voW were recited by JoAnn dmighter of Dr. Rill-Mrs. D. F. Bingesser, Cawkc'Cr City, Kilns., and EI- l ud, ,sor .of Mr. and lktlM. I~L C. Doud, Burr Oak, Ki~tll, Slttufday morning, July 30, at Sts. Peter and C, atholie ' Church in kerrli':l ity, Kans., before an' "'h'lt'_m' decorated with of' white, gladioli and flanked with two baskets of glad- 'whtl h were tied with Father Finnian, Cap., Victoria, ,, officiated: were James brother of the Jack Sheahon of :Kmas, Musicians were soloist, Jeanie Dee ,Dee Remus, City, Linda Moxter, and .Kathy Car- Bdoit, Kans. chose a floor !om~er A-line gown Silk organza which featured and shor! ~7'dveday of hand lace covered pearl~ was in the bodice, the gown and the of the skirt. chapel train at the waist. Her n tl veil of sheer- ela was "held by a :crown of lace and a single strand gift from carried a cascad- white ros, e s of whit( accent of pecc Ring bearer, Bradley Bing-~ esser, nephew of the bride, I carried a white satin pillow with the rings. 1 Mrs. C. F. Bingcsser, 49 I mother of the bride, w,re a jade green silk frock with matching accessories. Mrs. H. C. Doud, mother of the groom, wore navy hlue lace with white accessories. Both wore corsages of white cy- bidium orchids. Registeri~ng guests wa.~ Mrs. Gary Gardner, Smith Center, Kans. Displaying gifts were Mrs. Mile Matou- sek, sister of the groom, Burr Oak, and Marscha Smith, ttays, Kans. Best man was Bill Frosl, Smith Cenler. Groomsmen were Everett Benoit, Esbon, and Douglas Walter, Cawker City, Kans. Ushers vcere .Ion Bingesser, brother of the bride, Solomon, Gary Gard- ner, and Jim Rogers, Smith Center, Kans. In charge of the reception at the Parish Hall were: Mrs. l)eo Walter, Mrs. Fh,yd Dav- is, and Mrs. Charles Mulhs, Cawker City. Mrs. Jm Bing- esser, Solomon, cut tim cake and was assisted with the serving of the punch hy Mrs. Everett Benoit, Esbon, and Mrs. Bill Frost, Smith Cent- er, Kans. A buffet luncheon in the Includes: 79c Onward Binder, 49c Filler Paper, 39c Dictionary, 25c Assignment Book and 10c Reference Index. Total $2.02 Value. Completely Fitted and Ready to Go! 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