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PAGE 6]8 lewell County Record, Mlmkato, Kansas THURSDAY, AI llllll I I I llm | I I li I II I I ll III I :i) ,, f, " QUIRING-WESTER The mariage of Margaret Ann Quiring, daughter of Mr. aild' Mrs. Paul D. Quiring, Smith Center, to Gene Ward Wester, son of Mrs. Leon Morris, Superior, Nebraska. and Mr. Darrel Wester, Burr Oak, Kansas. was solemn- ized August 6. 1966. at 3:00 ~im. at the Smith Center ethodist Church. Receiving the couple's double ring vows was Rev. Wattenbarger. Candelabra, gladioli, white pore pores and white satin bows decorated the altar :rod pews, Tapers were light~:d by Steve and Bill Wester, brothers of the groom. Mrs. Paul Gilpin, organist, played preceding the cere- mony and accompanied Miss Marcia Knight as she sang "Because", "Oh, Promise Me", and "The Wedding Prayer". The gown was compliment- ed by a detachal)l.~ chapel train which fell softly from the shoulders. The bodice. skirt and tram were delicate- ly embroidered in tiny seed pearls. Her veil was of silk illusion gathered to a satin rose. The bride carried a white Bible and a Nmquet of coral roses, white pore poms and ivy A pearl necklace, a gift from the groom, was her on- ly jewelry. Mrs. Irving Breit. sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Miss Karlecn Beck- man. friend of the bride, was hlue crepe dresses. Head- pieces were fashioned of tulle caught up by a fabric rose. They each carried a man and Tom Dixon was groomsman. Both were friends of the couple. Ushers were Dwight Quiring, broth- er of the bride and Joe Cull- en, uncle of the groom. Mrs. Elwin Cooper was Jr, charge of the guest l)ook. Gifts were attended to by Miss Danna Carter and Mrs Mike Caldwell, all friends oI the couple. Mrs. Paul Pruitt was h()sl ess at the reception. As>fist ing her at the reception ta ble were Mrs. Joe Culkn aunt of the groom and Mi::~ Carolyn Sasse, friend of th, couple. Assisting in the l,:it chen were Mrs. R. J. Shop pard and Mrs. Waldcm tiooper.~, A three tiered eak( decorated with a sweep o: pale blue roses was place( on a lace covered tabk Punch was also served. Fur her daughter's wcdd inp, Mrs. Quiring- chose powder blue linen (h'c> which was accented at th,, waist with embroidery. Sh~ chose white acccssori~,s an(! her corsage was of pink tip ped white carnations. Mrs. Morris, mother of th(' groom, chose a powder l)lu. lace dress and white access- dries. She too wore a cop sage of pink tinged carna tions. For her going-away en scmble, the bride fashion('d a two-piece sleeveless blue crepe suit. She wore a ros( corsage, taken from the bri- dal bouquet, and white ac- cessories. The bride has just com- pleted nurses training and re- ceived a Bachelor of Science degree from Fort Hays Kan- sas State College. She was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Spurs, Phi Kappa Phi. and Who's Who Among A- merican Collage Students, The groom is presently employed with Collins Radio Company m Richards(m, Texas. He will return in the fall to the University of Kan- sas at Lawrence where he is studying electrical engineer-- ing. His fraternities are: Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kippa Nu. and Tau Beta Pi. After a short trip to the Ozarks, the couple will be at home at 1511 14th. Plan(), bridesmaid. The brides at.- Texas. They will rnturn to tendants were dressed [den- Lawrence in the fall where tically in furl length pale the groom will complete his undergraduate study and be- gin his master's study. coral long stemmed rose. Peggy Stucky, a relative of the bride, was flower girl ,,The bride, escorted to the and wore a white full length altar by her father, wore a dotted swiss dress which full length gown in silk was accented by a blue bow glint over satin. It was de- at the waist. Nephew of the , "~lgnL~l with an empwe fitted brid,e/ Masser Bradley Brcit, .... biid~.~, long sleeves, scoop[ served as ring bearer. ~10tne and a sheath skirt.] Larry Alexander,,, was best HALL-BUSTER The First Methodist Church was the scene of the wedding of Kathleen Louise Hall and John Ernest Buster on July 31 at 2 p. m. Rev. Raymond Knowles officiat- I ed at the double ring cere- mony. Parents of the couple r IM CES ON THE MOON? SINCE E THE BEGINNING OF TIME MAN HAS SEEN IMAGES IN THE MOON. THIS IS CAUSED BY THE MOON'S ,,SEAS,,r CRATERS AND MOUNTA SUPERSTITIOUS FI~ ..... INS. MANY ~u~l:S SUCH AS WERE WOLVES, WITCHES ETC. ARE CONNECTE; WITH THE BRIGHT FULL MOON. ,, You can be "" . . . sure its no [rick ou[ a treat when a postage stamp is a/I it costs to pay .{{.f (Zo,, bi// hy The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO C.: ~, S,: ~,;~ .~ ........ OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONI IDENCE * Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.DJ.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 I,=~ ,: i~ !~[;~ ,,L: ,j i/ / 'are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Buster of rural McPher- :;on, Kansas. Miss Lcah Ann Sundberg azas soloist and Mrs. How- trd ttall, organist. Escorted by her father, &e ~;ride wore a floor- .enplh g(,wn of chantilly lace ~VCI' tali(,la. The fitted bod- c'c v,,,s fashioned with long :q).'rcd slu-'ves alld scallop- uates of McPherson High i School. Mr. Buster is em- ployed at Plains Plastic Inc. Rehearsal Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bustm entertained members of tht wedding p:fty at a dinne~ at Kemps restaurant on Jul3 30. 1 m'ckhne. Her bouffant Whitemound E. H. U. ~drt was draped over tiers -- ~i lulle lace ruffles. Her Whitemound.E. If. U. met ~Jlk veil was caught to a pc- Thursday, July 21, with i~e (.r()wn of I)earls. She Nina L~am. Meeting was arricd , cascade bouquet of called to order with the CluL .VlUtL' carnelians and stel)h- Collect. Roll call was an- tm)tis, swered with Safety Rules Matron of honor was Mrs. by 11 members. We were ~iehard Lay of Salina, glad to have Miss Flentie widesnmtron, Mrs. Marvin and Miss Lydick with us. :Jail an,l Miss Kayrene Bus- The Advisory Report given ,or, smh:r of the bride- by Patricia Bird was helpful ,room. They wore street and interesting. A thank you :~:nI'th g(,wns of blue bro- note from Topeka for the :aded taffela, useful gifts and clothing for Richard Lay, Salina was the tornado district was best man and Marvin ttall, read., Be Wise With Your brother of Ihe bride and Ga- Buys ' on Less Fresh Pro- lt:ta t,~ttFP,l) were groomsmen, duce, More Proceeds and Ushers were lh)ward Hall Items Find Their Way To md Robert Christensen. U.S. th)mes were given by Mink N(.wlin was ring Alberta Sanderson and Betty hearer ,nd Connie and Lola Fogo. The Kansas Home- Faye BuMer. s:sters of the bridegroom were flower ~:irls, Weddinl, host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Newlin of Concordia. Mrs. Ronnie Carlson had the m~esI book. Mrs. Robert Christensen and Miss Don- na Christensen were in charge of the gifts. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Leland James, Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt, Miss Marilyn Lawrenz, Miss Judy Johnson and Mrs. Delton Olenburger. After a short weding trip, Ihe COUl)le will be at home at 1101 N. Maple, Apt. 4, McPhe:son. Kansas. The couple are both grad- makers Council Rei')rt was given by Mable Avison. A very interesting lesson was given by Nellie Gillett on "Wise Weight and Calories". The guess box was guessed by Lucille Frost. A lovely lunch was served by the hostess, Nina Beam. During August a picnic will be held at the U. S. Center for hus- bands and families of E. H. U. members. Merle Paxson. P.R.C. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hale and Mrs. Charles Ramcy made a trip to Gunhi.'mn. Colo, last week where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buck and Mary Kathryn. ., . ;5 : :)f!. . (Picture by Betty's Studio, Mankato) HUGHES-ItANCOCK Double-ring marriage vows were recited by Carol Darlene ttughes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hughes, and Jerry Joe Hancock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Han- cock, on Saturday, July 23, 1966, at the Methodist Church in Burr Oak, Karts. Oll'iciating was Rev. G. R. Atsobrooks. Musicians were Sylvia Murray, cousio of the bride, of Marquette and Donna Seamans of Mankato. The bride made her white brocaded satin floor-length[ gown, which was fashioned with an empire waistlino and a lowered round neck- line, and long tapered sleeves with tim train at- tached at the shoulders. Her shoulder length veil was caught to a crown of se- quins and pearls. She carried a bouquet of sweettmart roses surrounded wilh stephanotis in a cas- cade. Maid of honor was Carla Itughes, sister of the bride, and the bridesmaid was Mrs Jim Powell of Lawrence, Kans., cousin of the bride. They wore street length,, sleeveless dresses of mint green whipped cream and carried a large red rose tied with white ribboa, Their 1' ,, ...... ..... . short veils were attached to matching hats. Candlelighters were Susan Murray and Kathy Mur- ray, cousins of the bride. Flower girl was Debbie Powell, cousin of the bride. Ring bearer was Leslie Hughes, brother of the bride. Best man was Martin Gumm. Groomsman was Ed- die Owen, brother-in-law of the groom. Ushers were Frederick Murray of Great Lakes Naval Training Cent- er, cousin of the bride, and Dean Winkel of Hoffman Estates, Ill., brother-in-law of the groom. Mrs. Nelson Harris was hostess for the reception in the church basement, assis- ted by Mrs. Merlin Murray of Marquette and Mrs. Bud Lange of Mankato, aunts of the bride, Mrs. Roy Headley, Mrs. Opal Cosand, Linoma Olena, Deanna Garman and Susan Johnson. The bride was a graduate of Burr Oak High School in 1966. Mr. ttancock is a graduate of the Mankato High School and is employed with the Hastings Industries, Inc., in Hastings, Nebr. Following a wedding trip the couple will be atRdiharLe~ at 1019 Pine Knoll Hasth s, Nebr. i" OBITUARY---Lester Cook Lester Herbert Cook, old- ~st child of Albert H. and Hattie Burlingame Cook, was born Oct. 16, 1880, at l New Martinsville, West Vir- ginia, and passed away at the home of his daughter, Friday, Aug. 5, 196{;, at the tge of 85 years, 9 mo~ths and 20 days. When he was 2'/,!, years ,Id, he came wilh hi par- ents to Jewell cuunty settl- ing 3 miles east :rod :;~/z miles north of Btnr Oak, in llarrison township. They liv- ed in a dugout and later built a house, tle received his education in the File school. His father died when he was 1(3 and he helped his mother farm and raise the two small childr"n. , On April 4, 1911, he was married to Gl:t,,lys McV,,,y Fo this union eb~,t.t childr,-n were horn, two ()f [h(}lll i,,re- ceding him in ch.:~th, Jac- quelin, who died in infancy, and Rohert, or Bob, in a (::lr accident in April, l'Y:!, ils wife, Gladys, p,e('cd ' i~i~. in death on July 7, I'. ~ '. His home was I)r()k._n up in the '30s and most ()1" the remain[m, years w:'re Sl)enl in Burr Oak, whine he work- ed as a farm lal)orer and carpenter. He was saved a mfmber of years ago and lived a victor- ious Christian !fie to the end. He is survi,'ed by s!x chil- dren: Florence Coonee of Superim', Nebr., Mrs, MaO ie Kirkpatr:ck of Kearney, Nebr., Richard Cook of Burr Oak, Kans., Mary Cook of Bcatvice, Nebr.. Edyihe Em- 7.rick of Sycamore. ill., and Giadys Wessel of Denver, Colo.; a brother, John, of Burr Oak; a sister, Mrs. El- mer Roe of Mankato: sever-,~ al nieces and nephew~: seven Rrandchildren; eight great grandchildren; and a number of friends. MANY TtlANKS We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and appre- ciation to everyo~m who helped during the illness and death of our father and grandfather. Each deed will long be remembered. Florence Coonce Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kirkpatrick Richard Cook Mary Cook Mr. and Mrs. 1)ave Emerick and Tim Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Zeigler Farm Bureau News Dramatic changes arc tak- ing place in feed grain sup- plies and markets, according to the American Farm Bur- eau Federati(m. These chan- ges should be carefully ex- amined and studied with a view to determining what is needed to enahle farmers t() make the best of the unfold- ing situation. Current Farm Bureau pol- my provides, among other things, for: a. shifting the emphasis in foreign aid food from sur- plus disposal to providing commodities needed most; b. the purchase of aid commodities through regu- inl fINANCIAL |NOUITRIAt. FUNO INOOn~OnA~l~ in approximately 20 different basic industries for as little as $20 each month. FOR FREE PROSPECTUS write or call FINANCIAL PROGRAMS, distributor. WALTER J. CAMPBELL Mankato, Kansas 66956 Registered Representative The Columbian Securities. Corp. Topeka, Kansas 66603 lar markets; c. requiring recipient countries to develop their own resources; d.. recourse loans for af- fected commodities; e. terminating all direct efforts to increase acreage; f. relate price supports to average market prices in the three preceding years; g. prohibit CCC selling stocks at less than 125 per- 1966 figure $266,904 for months of The reached 78% for this year. Statewide ed to Mr. sas a total the first six compared to $29,894,701 at of 1965. cent of loan level, plus car- marked an rying charges; over 1965 and h. establishing a volun-52.4% of the lary cropland retirement 400,000 for 1~ program. June was The feed grain market has straight man shown an irregular but Kansas sales strong growth rate over the the national s~ last 15 years. Feed grain exceeding the production has reached a the same man new high due to higher vious year. Th vi..lds, despite the large ae- in the four-: ~'eages that, have been di- wiped out a verted from production. Due pearing at the mainly to market growth, lruary and pro the quantity of grain avail-Is[x-month gall able to the CCC for use inI Nationwide, controlling market prices is[Series H sales much smaller than a few17% above hal years ago. The present feedIsix months of grain program interferesi ceeded re, with the operation of the imillion d~ market system and forces lnow own producers to depend on gay-Ira[Ilion in ernment payments for a sub- ies H slantial part of their in- come. Hays--The opening of the college term this fall will be simplified for 1,150 Fort Hays State College fresh- men who took advantage of eight orientation and pre- enrollment sessions this summer. Advanced enrollees repre- sent 236 Kansas towns and 76 counties, as well as five other states. Several hund- red more freshmen are ex- pected to enroll during the regular registration period Sept. 7-9. Classes for the fall semester will begin Sept. 12. Pre-enrolled freshmen from Jewell county are: Burr Oak: Gale Burgess, Beverly Jeffery, Carla Gar- man, James W. Harris. Esbon: Howard Callaway, Sandra Nebel. Formosa: Robert G. Carl- son. Jewell: Janis K. Bass, Marilyn Ross, Coni Seamans. Mankato: Karen S. Gar- man, Carolyn LeClair, Mich- elle Taska, Vance A. Tyrell, Steve Heiman, Donna Sea- roans, Oalga T. Hanson, Mar- la A. Isaac, Diane K. Wilson. Mr. Glenn Grout, Jewell County Savings Bonds Chairman, announced this week that $283,529 in SeNds E and Series H United States Savings Bonds had been credited to the county for the first six months of 1966. Mr. Grout said that the figure on $19 billion owned at the War If, Grout. Wichita---A dent training church school be held Au Winfield, s Central of The The seminar will of study and pared to the the :, n schools offer. were Mrs. Dean is one of the school. Mrs. Lucy ceived word I5 that her Allan nard, Calif. ter a brief of 46. He two teen-age one brother, Mrs. Wolfe~ daughter of George Ayers, dents of CARD OF I wish to and relatives letters, visits was in the St, )ital in kindnesses will bered always. --Mrs. Pauline OUR MERCHANDISE MADE IN We have the usual supplies for ers, Sickles, Sections, Guards, We have several new Huffy Power also a few Riding Mowers, new All Mowers to be sold at diseoUl don't want to winter them. Will a good deal. A new supply of Sherwin Williams and inside. Some new colors. Linseed Oil in bulk. Turpentine and Thinner. A lot of good Wrenches and other Several sets Socket Wrenches, % to V~. Other Tools: Hammers and Axes, Scoops, Spades, Shovels, Repair Eagle Tarps. A good selection of Black & Decker Electric Drills. Chain Saws. Wood and Aluminum Ladders and ders. Weed Spray and Sprayers. Log Chain, made up and bulk, 3-16th Stock Tanks. Cable, 3-16th to -1/.,". Hog and Calf Feeders. Steel Posts, Barb and Smooth Wire. Electric Fencers, Wire and Post. A Good Discount On Most Of Our Phone JU 7-2191 BURR