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, , , / • + :i,::!i:::ΈIΈ of " ’ -unon wh san At Dawning a a g y ve [ , -- S,,.P mER10e0 cotnm, R coRv. MANKArO ,.X SAS ,, • Ivited the club to meet withlthegroom,lcarried the rings mmm m IN MEMORIAM JEWELL CO. STATE NOTICE I - ~l-tl I her on Sept. 10. [ p a 'te smocked satin ~~ ~ ~ ~ , ----- LAKE TO UNDERGO : i, " IIIl lllJl [ [pillow with white lace and In memory of Frank W. REHABILITATION You are invited! : |ll ml [Honoring Media Whitley [ribbon streamers. The ring Boyd, who passed away ----- The churches of Mankat0 :' E I ----" [bearer wore a black tuxedo~~~ ~ ~ ~ September 16, 1947. Rehabilitation of Jewell invite you to join in~lmev~o!i ~ t,. ....... I Mrs. Bulah Folsom enter- [with a white carnation bou- Mild and gentle as the sun County State Lake has been ing of fellowship at the [tained a few friends wi{hltonniere, at morn, [announced by the Kansas kato Armoi'y. The:pUr '111 ...... --7._ [dinner and bridge MondayI Wearing identical dresses ~~ ~~ ~ ~ As warm and invigorating i Forestry, Fish and Game the fellowship iS to ~rsuay, ~.ept,. la--- Inight, honoring Mrs. Medialof ice blue satin with shoes ~~ ~ ~ ~ as sun at noon; iCommission, you with the: personal ~1oyai N elgnoors .~, . [Wnitley. Mrs. Whitley left[ to m::ttch and white gloves ~~ ~ ~ ~ And like the peaceful [ Roy Schoonover, chief of Unified District "]NO, 2'rd~ :i ~rs. I~ve. 15rlage. L.,iUD, [ Saturday for California[ wore Miss Karen Peterson ~~ ~ ~ ~ setting sun [the fisheries division, said Bring your fam'|!Y,Tcov~i:, *2r. apa {v, rs. t.[yae [where she will spend a few land Miss Dee Kirkpatrick, ~~ ~ ~~ ~ Dropped silently into the I that the lake will be rehabil- idish and table Service F.~ucns.rune .... [ months with her nieces.[candleli.vtlters. ~~ ~ ~ ~ harbor, , itated through the use of iarrnory on Sept. 21 :at ?:t lt' , t ' er Lovers ~.lUO, Mrs.I --------- I Music was provided by ~~ ~ ~ ~ When his life s work was Irish toxicant. The chemical lP. M. Drink vTill be fume/ : ... lenn r, aie It:: ..... rt,,~. E..,.~,.,;..,~a i Mrs. Kent Stadler, organist, ~m~l ~ ~ • ~ done l al)plication will kill all fish!ed " - ~ ': minerva Club Mrs J R '*""~°°~ ....................... " " ' : ~ ' ,, , • • • [ _____ [who accoml)anied Mrs. Jim ~~ ~ ~ ;: . 'J ~ --The Boyd Families. [ population remaining in the i ' i .... iI , t..ortner ...... [ Mr~ Kenneth Days en-[WagHer sister of the groom ~~~7~ :.~ ~ ~ Ibody of water [ CARD OF nUsy Bee .t(lUO, ~ertruue [ tort";'i~'ed the nmmbe,'s i,f the~as she sang "Because" and ~~ : :.~':7 I~ ~ MANKATO LIVESTOCK I Due to drought conditionsl ...... " :' 'i:: nepnero CClub at her homeI''Oh Pe.rlect Love" M,ss 71 " COMMISSION CO REPORT the lake has lowered to ap-I We wish"to' *aesaay., Sept. 2.0--- . /,~.~u'~rs~a,. even n,. Se"t 8 furl Bee IMm sang "The Lord's ~7": I ~ ~ ---- [pr(,xmlately one-sixth of its[thank all of' our'fri6nds amerlcanlarv Legion AuxII- /t-~'"~ ~,,,~*~l"~ ,.’'.11 ,[Prayer"' ~/~%~::%~ ~ ~:" ~:i:~::~. ....... ~ :~'~n ~ Not quite as many cattle[ normal Sth'lace area prov d-tdonated moneytoward .:it " ....., I Tt......; ................... r.,,I.lohn Colgan, Holdrege ~l~&~?~;:!! ~m' n ~ in the auction this week [ ing ideal conditions for the hearing aidSor J~ff~:'~Ve ~ .... I'~ - 11117 IIIILI~ ~/el e vv ~.,,il uff :}~{ i~:: ..... : . , • . , . * * ,, .... rmg.ett.e Club, Mrs. Har ........a , ....... ndlf,',end ()f tim bridegroom, lhe farmers are real busy[apl)hcatlon, Schoonover tt, have his tests, eompl ola Ahrens ...... "'"~'"""" .... ~ .... ::::: :,+ :~': : : ..... - , ' ' " n .... [ ....... ,..~. u_~.;, ..... R- [served as best man Grooms-~:'~~ ........ .:: ~ ~ working their wheat ground[ stated Oct. 12, and that h~ ~1: -- IVII~, X%O.IIJII IIO.IIIILLL/II, I ~,~,- • ...... ", • • ,*, ' .... .*~. essay, Sept. 21 U ......................... h nmen were Dav,d Anderson, ~ ~ and some are hlhng silos [ Elforts wdl be made to have h,s hearing a,a,~ W~w I[~HIIIUIIL5 WUIU ......... d • • ~ : ! :li ::: "i::~ ~ • ,' , S ..... [,ho hactess The next meet-] tlo drege; t,ob Prahm, Hold- ~ ~ but we did have a good run / recover as many game ilshlthereafter. This. Utft; will ~l~. uuey t~lrcie, z'ou p m, ....... • i Fer "()in s At i i , II toxi- ways be rememoeron *,, . ",-, "" [i ..... ill he, CI, t ~'~ ,,,i)h| rege a)d ' de G g , - ~lt}~g{] .< ~,. : ............................... t~'.:~ ~ w th bu ers all over the[as l)OSS b e when t e , • .... ,,~ *vtrs. J. C. Let~ow ] ......... ,.a u..~:, ...... llama Ushers were Don ~}~'~:{~ f::::~ ~ ~ ~ house We had very light[ ca it is apl)lied The hsh wlll l ,nd.nK you: , . . lnursday, Se t 22 i₯llb. UUllalld J ICIIIIIILU]I. ......... "+:'S + + '> ?: • • -- " " " ,~ .... P ".~, 7- . [ ~ [Wells, tloldrege and Rod ~ ~ steers and Heifers, notl then be transferred to otherl ... ::,..L o,ue A Wee ~.,IUn, Mrs , • ri e ~ , ~aylO~ ,~.- - .., " [ .... rid-e Club Thursda" ] M(flroy lh)ldrege. The b "d - ~:::, "~~ ~ ~ enough to establish a mar-[t)ubiic waters. I ..... ~- ~lenn ,vv, uey .-. _ l* r. D ' ~[~,room, his attendants and ~ ~ ket. We did have a few real[ "Our test rletting studies] .~ r. ~lUO, lvirs, t). D. I 7----- ..... | ushers wore black tuxedos :o~~ ~ choice Shorthorn Steers/ have shown that the fish lOpen House-_~_~t.i~, - Noller The memoers (ff the i e~ .. " • ~ ......... (:~ .......... r ....... Kensington Club, Mrs I E Bridge Club'n;aet Thursday,/ I hc,r bout,mnieres were i:{~ ~ weighing 553 lbs. for $27.10..1 l)Ol,uluti,:,l is badly out ,,elFo ,ur. alldqVlrs2'l~,~ .... " .... ' " "he heine of' rs white carnations, fi' Hener lVtatcs sold for $26.a0;/ )alallCe,' Schoonover said./ ......... "" v, ienn orout, sr. [ ept. ,att. ....... s.| For her son s wedding, these choicecalves were/"The lake is crowded with[ The chi'ldr,en _ ------ I l~,aymona INICnOIS. MISS L(I / .. , .; , . _ ~,..~,.,.r,.,,.-~ ~,~~ ~ , ,, Mr Kensin ton Club Meets 'na Wal er nd" Mrs" i'ranm ChOSe a green sold by Ed Montgomery.lcrappie and btucgill and as' s. Guy Ball W.ill 01d OD g ' " . /summer linen dress with Bob Parsons sold a set of a result has a low population l(n house.in honor:of -- Green were guests ~I. II~A le- . - .: ......... I " ~ 1 " It*.t " ....... [ .... /blac,, acce,;sones Her cur- ....... e +\~'a~P22~. " ~ ~ choice Black Heifers welt'h- oi largemoutta bass and JGolden W~.-xldlng ~rllalt~ *He Kensington ~luD met ceivea guestprizes l'ne , " m idium :: .... o ' "" ', s-r Sunda Se~~ 25 : .......... ....... sq2.e was a green sy b a~: ~!~:~ ...... ..... : mg 430 lbs for $27 15 wad channel cahlsh. .,. Y Y, P • , for the llrSt fall meeting bridge prizes were won by ~, ' " '. • , ' y~pt. ~ at me Home ot Mrs I Mrs Neweln l)aVlS an~ ~virs./ .,,~ ......... , r.....~. ...... t 'lf~!~y- ~ ~ ..................... .. 'American Le'-i'ofl'Hbll 'n':i~ Re .... '....... i ....,, ,,...,.__ rvt. ....... ,/ ,.e ~ue~ ouo~, *,,,o '* -:~::: : : :, ~III~Y,RJi ~ ~ mg ozz IDS. IOr ~ZI.6U. Mar- I there are carp, drum and I ~ ~ &t ?:~ Well Davis. Keiresnmentsl RUSSell nt)o~.eL ~ue neat/ ,,,.a,.n h,, ~e r~onnis Yost "~i~- ~ ~ :~_ .. , ...... i .... . ....... ~ lxm grienda ,.and ~.,reu, t~ W I . , ............ ....... y , ......... ,on xv, oyer sum a ot buuneau in me laKe wnicn ". . ,, ,,.'~.~:.~ r;rre served by.the hne. ee. me .t,n bt, Sept. 22|Lincoln' and Miss Sharon choice WhitefaceSteerslannear to be increasing inlare invited e ll.: ue next meeting Will De With lvlrs, t). t~. r~oler. , rn . . , ~-v ~ .. .... , Se t , ,ith Glenn |West, Kea ey. ., KUIKEN-WARREN [brother, were groomsmen,weighing678 lbs. for $27.401number. 'q'hese species are[ .... :""? ........ GI~.['. -~ .............[ ................. [ Host couples mr me re- ----- IThey wore white tuxedos and some 820 lb. Steers forladding to the unbalanced[ Mrs. IAi. r$tJ tb!!l at, ;~r. [ DONNEL~iON-FRAHIYl [ cepti(m in the church parlors P,,uble rin~ marriaee I while the groom wore a bur- $26.00. We sold a W. F. Cow I condition of the water," he [ mer resident of M~q ,.. ....... "--"'7--. I .-. . -'--- ..... I were Mr. and Mrs. C. M: vows were reci~ted by Mid'as [pundy tuxedo with black la- for Bill Smith weighing 12351 reported. [in a rest ~9,~ee!i~*,'~ - tor L;lio t.mo [ .nemanage ot w s 0n-iWinquest of Overton, .and Cheryl Maureen Kuiken,[pels. lbs. for $18.50• Orlo VanI No specific date has beenlKans. Mail and, ,,.,_ . "-"77:,.' ~ ..... I nee tmnnelson o~ uverton, t Mr. and lvirs. Emon I-'eCK OI; dauohter of Mrs Glenn Kui- [ Mr. Robert Brockman, I Wey sold a Black Bulll set for the rehabilitationl her friend'si'wO, t~:fl~ the Junior ~,11o I~,IUD nelu r~eor and Jerry r ranm ot Lexln ton 2he cake was cut ~ ~ , , t, .... ' ..... [..-" -. - • - , I| " g " ' " . 'ken and the late Mr. Glenn[Manhattan, met the guests lweighing 1560 lbs. for lwork but application of the led. Mail "~fl~ 'rki~t"'cl~' ~ me lng oI ..tneI nota r.ege, 'rmor..tooK.ptace[and,served by Phyllis Ha-I M. Kuiken, Mankato, and a. land ,ave them a wedding [ $22.30. We sold 9 Black] chemical is expected during lcare of Mrs,..Geor ..,i wire a .ea and atyielat :au p. m yv ton, lgoou, nolorege, ana mrs'D Warren son of Mr aqdlnrogram ICows for Melvin Shipleyllate Sentember IOberlin, K irL, i. axeview in the xaarmony ~unuay, ,~ug. • at me ~ver- Arleen aohnsen, Wilcox,' " ' " ' " "" " " • fr 7 " ' z ~ '- ...... .... M ............. [ .................. [ ........ Mrs. Dale Warren of Medi-i Mr. Gary Demes, Wakeen-[ om $1 .10 to $18.10. Fnt [ Schoonover stated that[ "' : ~noalst ~=nurcn, dept. XZ, ltOn ffmm.omst cnurcn w.it~.t[auntanclcousmotmeorme, cine Lodge, Sunday, August[ey, Mr. John Clark, Paola,[Schaffer sold some choicelthe main reason for using[ Myron B?IBil~*~12 ,o~?, at l:ao ~'. m. [ me rcev. James mutt OmCl- [Charlotte Wagner, Lexing- 99, at 3"00 n m in the Har- land Mr Jim Garten, Medi- Whiteface 'Heifers weighing the fish tox cant is to con- St, Ft Collil/§,' C~I~ drAPe meeting was called tolat g. , ................ =_ [ton, sister of the groom, and mony " First " Methodist[cine Lo lge, were ushers. [454 lbs. for $25.70. Buff Mel-]serve the water supply al-[interesting. 'ttu 19y me.vresment, mrs.| ,ri, ue ~s m,e uaug~et[ Mrs. Gerald veat, LOOmlS, Church in Mankato l Miss Michele Frickey, Ob- [ ton sold some Whiteface[ ready impounded in the lake.[ Record office • ~x lyrell, wno lea ~nel or taarota L~onneLson oI uv- cousin of the bride ourea " ~ ..... ' " ~:, "-- " ........ ~ ....... [ ' P -- " Th'~ Reverend Dean Ro~eicrhn, registered the guests ISteers weighing 550 lbs. for{ The lake will be stockedlColhns Colorado~tn,.it s uup in me _vlag ; alute ana erton ana me orioegroom lS l Selvers'" we'reMrs oary * o , " , , news a ef'"l' F CI ............ i ........ ", ~ • " .-, , ,ffficiated the late afternoon[Miss Jan Baker, Lakin, and[S27.50. Albert Shane sold[with fingerlings as soon as[ "p p ....... fi ~t~,,C~ ee U onect. new _o_m-ltne son o t , vtrs. manc,n_elWeUs: Kearney, Miss arol rite "i'he bride was eiven in[Miss Mary Atkinson, Jewen, 196 Whiteface and Blacklwater conditions return toiColo, is a eop -n ior me coming year rranm o~ noiurege anu me Remal franklin lVliSS Lin- " o . , • . . ....... , .... '. u ............ [ ....... I Y, ' . ....... i.,oo h,, h,,r ,,n,'le Mr Idlsplayed the gifts. MloslSteers; 31 head of them[normal Fishing will agamlfront pagg Of tl~,Allgll men introduced" xvtrs, grandson ot mr and mrs. da Waller, Loomis, anu Miss" ....... "" ....... " ..... " " , " edition It Sh ....... 1) ..... :.... n...':n...., [ .... c..t ...... ~ "~...i..- [ ...... w F Kuiken of Toneka I Donna Swart, White City, weighing 652 lbs., sold furl be permitted approxlmatelyl • ows,~ ~ ,~le Setter, V~t,e-rtcatu’,t~;I ~ulL outo~ .......... a.,~ato.I Renae nagooa, taolarege. ";.;" . ..' . '- ; .' ,...)~, ........ ~ **,,, en ....... I ’,,7 a~. ~n ,,~ hio UZhit,ff~,.,~l .......... ~,.u ..... ;,,, ,h .... I of Rocky Mountafii'~hi ivlr • weuoln• • music was" play- LkJL |X UCttU UI LIIK., II~₯₯K.,A~I, ~l.~q, Jt~ U~. a 'IV ~ ~- LWt) y~Rto IL21At]₯VIII~ ~lie &~-'- d ~ 4 II ~lkll~$ t tr'- s. Dennis Murray, Secre-I Escorted by her father..thei I The latter two are cousins of , o.l, v ....... Th- church was decor--*-a Steers, 741 lbs, sold for [ stockine [ Park employees . Y; and Mrs. Kenneth Nel- bride appearea in a noo" the bride , ............. v ................ fores fir "" ........ non, Treasurer Ilen~th emnire ~own of im-[ "r~,~ ,,[’~ .......... ~,~,~cllof Manhattan. Mrs. Glenn[with two baskets of pink ~,zu.au; ~ oI n~s macK and[ ~ ] ~ t t rewm.~~ ,. =- =.. , I , r .,. I .... .............,,""; ,.-,,a..,.. I ,ladioli ram noms and hnr-IBlacK wniterace SteerslNOTICE lacres. Ine 'ptctalr ' tl mr. Lanny DICK, manager I portedorganza over SnK. t b" Mrs Paul Berntsien, Lex- i ...... ,7 .,,v,~,.,~. , ] e9 • , .r-" t- ,-~ "'~ ] .... ;oh|.a o 1;χχ1 ...... flO I | tWO nf "aouthftll . • J " • , " n 'lne ,uno DOWS *wo sf, n . ouu ..... d ..... --- clothing from R-K Shop- Robe-point lace was used on in ton Mrs LaRo ce Amen, g ,, " ......... ........ I ......... I g , " Y - [W,~ldlm, Prayer Alter thelbranch candelabras trimmed[lbs. sold for $27.85, and 161 T}le Lutheran Ladies wlll[employees, whbW’l~B~ was men lntrouuceu me 19en sleeves and 19ateau Holdre e cousin Of the ........ ---v- • ' • " t' ' ' and ........ a.,.... A...,;o, .... ia" cha [- ' ge, ............. ! ceremony Dr Richard N011-1with ivy and burgundy bows/Of his Whiteface Steers [hold .a...Bake Sale on Sep!.lhelp.,flght the..flre,)i I,.III~;~I~IIL~I.~ tad Yvltbll g 1/c~.~.1.1~. ~.1, a,o,~ ...a,. - rl(le IVllSS Linoa 2axtKlnSOn' " • " " Z.:~ ~'OU " " ' ' 19 , , ~ , • ~ we1 hLn 635 lbs sold for • a.m., in me rust- Iyieu, ov raantcat Vetw en , rtainino St,de Re-],,eI lenoth train naneled andl ........... ., er from Hebron, Nebr., un-]and holding moss ros ta- _ g g • I ;'. t ............ :' vie{v .1... onl ...... t.... f lll ........ cle of the bride, sang "Be-I pers stood behind the altar./527;00. Ray Smith sold 38 [orate. I or tim ana ,, wt~.*t ~.t; ,a,.,~. ., ,,,~-[ ,zulS~u ,tt ~,.,o~-pu.,,. ,,a,..,~ ~| t3verton , ] • ] " " " [ ~ [ F 11 ' ...... ' flesny mixed Heifers wmgn- e was one ot 'tae fa h ..... th • . cause Bouquets of gladioli decked .... '2 tons for childrenand from the empire line of e For travehn the bride • , ' m n h ' ,Wo ...... ...... ct. ..... ;..a. os.ad. l . , g ....... The bride chose an ivory'lthe organ and the guest ta-/mg 800 lbs. from $23.60 toI Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hodgesl e s own_m the.l Lu ,,ou,b .,, -,,,’ a ,.a ,., '- ChOSe a nav aottea swms " • " " " i w ...... lind thgir .uasts [ af white camellias Bouffant[,.;, .... a Y,;,h ........ gown of imported silk organ-[ble. The alale was trimmed[S23:75. . . [returned,holne riday even-I o av u .as sno a _Wire:! _. The" tea°table was decor-[t iers of white French illusion I ce'ss"(')ries .............. "" zaand re-embroidered than-I with burgundy satin pew/o..Weo are g, omg ve,£a[mg o°n tone. oc et aroteron I " I I " • in wimatoows I°" ....................... / ......... .......... t " "" """ ate tniy lace asn o ea . .... ., d with a beautiful fall were attached to petals of r , " • " • • ) n t , ,. . . Honored guest was bi s. - " n ta -~ Th bride m calf sale Friday, Sept.,. 30 friends in Oregon and Idaho. alx ut. m dn gila flow " l r, nza ca let . ~ fitted lace bodice, lo g p e s other w0re,a ....... '4, ...... er arangement,, carl'ted.~., ilace ..... and s lk o ga .... P " Lee Donnelson,, Woodbine, er-d sleeves a si:oon neck-' oink crene sheath with We "have some real choice They visited their daughter, spent the summet,:~ ,,at wim autumn cotors lneAttenulng as malt10I non- , the " , ,- , r , . : .... . : .... • :', ...... " . [ ....... [Ia., grandmother of nl .... tlln-, in -atural de-[matchinv lace coat a lar ,e strings of cattle conslgned;|Mrs. Eldon McMlllan, Mr. lm Rocky Morarttttll/l~{~ ",ustesses ior me evening or was IVllSS Dee rioim, l'ri e Her corsa e was of ............ • 7. . ~" ' -~ i "| • " . " ] Park has re ,'.' u, ............. I ..... [ , d . g "en of the lace filled with[pink flowered hat and ink f you have cattle toconslgn McMfllan and family at On- , ~,~01~: ". re .... lvtrs.._rtarola, ,...tact;am',, Iwearlng ...... an blue anu [white" camellias." -nearls and iridescentslelbow- lenvth ~,loves PThe for .... this sale, get rn touch|tarul, Ore;, Mrs. Hodges'[where he .W~lL,r~': " ...... -.,,m, mrs er.le mew, rs.. wnlte crepe empire gown) in the Weddin " . o o .. . . . . . . a.., ,. • ........ ] .......... [ F(llow g g n a controlled Aqine skirt~woom's m(ther was attired with us We are going to|sisters Mr and Mrs Fred[studies at-Fort r,~t Kerg ann ~rs ~nnetn wire importeo viennese lace • " ke a d -, .... " • '. " " . 4' .... ;,h e,,,o,.;,,, .;,. Imp the couple will ma 'with lace overlay The back[in a blue sheath of silk shan- have another spemal the Rothchlld of Vale, Ore. and[College. ....... :: -,,,. ,--- ,,,,- ,.-..-c, " rn Mrs • " • • " ~,a, ........... I ........ Ith~lt home m Kea ey. •~,,,~ .... n *in,, buttons and a~tun,, middle of November. WetMr dnd Mrs Elbert Harveyl ,,,,t oe oct. 6, l t)o at me els aim bow. Her neaapmce e teachm ..........s -- • Mr and Mrs : k .......... [ ...... [Frabm w 11 b g k,,,,ffant silk Cathedral i The wedd n- rece,,qon have the buyers for your l of Caldwell, Ida, Mr. and[ . , .t'I~!~:~ *,~llle ol Mrs. Kex weaver- was a olue rose petal caplet. . ...... e, ~.~ . • • ' ;, li,,- [ ........ [trainable mentally retardedtrain anr)liaued and edged in[was held in Fellowshin Hall stock. See us before you[ Mrs. Clarence Wilson of[took them sot%,,,~ ",g. [L~ressea in. luent, lcal gowns[children in the Kearney pub- the san'ae lace " [Mrs Fred Noller of F[ebronl sell. [ Boise, Ida.; Mr. Hodges']ttays Sunday whe~i~ ---------- as me mana ot Honor were '" c ) Mr Frahm " " " be a freshm n , ~"~ IMa,, ~ ~ r,..k [,~.. ~..:a ..... ;a ~. m.t.Illcs ho(Isystem. . Aforwardflowerofbu~,le]Nebr -randmother of the VAIL McCLINTOCK brother and wife, Mr. and[ a I ........ • rn /IS a student at Kearney beads, ,-enarls and crystals on[bnde ., nlaved,, durlnu the re- Slmpson, Kans. [Mrs Orren Hodges and a[State Collega.. Tier, :i ...... ---- Lunn, sister or me D ue . , .... • son Davtd'will b ' ,, ......... I ....... 'lState College. r embroidered lace ,,etals ce, tion BOB ISAAC Inephew, Doyle ttodges ofl , , rrlaaV r'. ~w. ~IUD met IMrS. tJary L~onnemon, Slf;ter-I ,-- • t- i r • ,. .... I,-.. . , t . ~ ,,,. With Helen McCammon at I in-law of the bride and Mrs I ...... held her bouffantveilof[ Serving the cake were lvianKato, Kans. i tunse, ida. ]ciassman ax.a-Aay .! 4.{/ the I ' arrie']Mystic Circle Club English silk illusion. [Mrs Les Crook Manhattan, --" --'---~ . ' ',. / ~i Buffalo Roam party Gary Kegley. They c d ~ . . , .......... . ...... r~om Nine members and/sin~,le sensation mums andl -- She carried a crescent[and Miss Kathy Noller, He- . : thre-' ...... I o - .......... r/ The Mystic Circle Club bouquet of deep pink roses lbron Mrs W F Kuiken of ......... ~ _ . _ . ......... e guests, opat lVlc~am-/were escorteu to me utta I , - .......... ] " " " ~-~ • [ 1 1 I i i / I ~ 1 1 I I ' i '!'! lllon, Elsie Hooker and Vivi-Jb~ the ~,roomsmen/met at the ~eDeKan nail entwined with ivy and lace.[Topeka, aunt of the bride, I r- I1 [ I -I • • • I 1 I • " ....... : Ost, were present. Love-I lViiss 'raci Peck, niece of[with Syrena Hanson act.,ng This was laid upon a smalllserved the punch and Mrs. 11 •p IV '%, mill I 1 il I I/i I ' 1~" r~fr~hrnont~ ~oro ~orvod/the~ ~,rt~nm wn~: flt~wor oirl /as hostess for tmLan l-lelsz, white Bible which was a lGeorgc Nichols, Manhattan, ,. • l_ • I JR/• ~ • ~ 1 ~ m_ .... ; ..... :~ fter-T;'L," TL, L~,~ "'i'he"W'ir'~i'l~,;[R''II call was answered by gift when she was born. Her[poured the coffee | ~'mm m I= v~ tam--v m ,,~ m l: "..:::!.7: lag 2an'as'ta '"was nl'ave d[f'a aione"’[ aft'er"the b'ri es _[nine members. We missed only jewelry was a pearl[ The serving table was .as ,1 1 1 I , With xr ...... m. .... rrien a whiteIGrace Miller, Grace Bennett,. necklace, which was a gift[laid with a pink lace table 1 1 ] • , ;' ietz winning prizes. The / satin smocked basket filled['!ennle Olson and Bulah l'ro_m the groom. .... Iclothcacnteredbyaf!ve.tier- IE 1 L1 lr guests were presented withlwith rose petals irmmz, minutes or me laSL NhSS txay Line morumer dried weaulng ca e wlm large • I , • f l 1 | 1 1 •:: /gUest prizes. Vivian Ost in- I Danny Wagner, nephew of [meeting were read and ap- Sal!na a sorority.sister, was[pink roses and lily of the ' I ]proved. There were two maid of honor. MissMargar-[valley chnlblng upwards to Illp 11'1 V 1 11 tat , ~, romp m ~ V.,'~ _ Iguess boxes won by Erma et Noller, cousin of the[the divider which separated :' :' '" m • IThompson and Marie Van bride, and Miss Nancy War-lthe fourth and fifth tiers. , • .. • ~. WE E ~'":i:': ~!~'i'i'iii:i 'i": IMeter. We played a game of ren, sister of the groom [19loss rose tapers in a brass m dmlmmm A IF1HI, [Bingo and all received priz- were bridesmaids Theylcandelabrum decorated the m I cu mlumlmu ;m vm , es. Our hostess took every- wore full length gown., of[table at the end, opposite the e x. [one to the Frontier Cafe for moss rose satin with match-[silver coffee service. refreshments. The next ing lace over "ackets which' The circular punch table A M f .... naeeting willbewith Jennie had buttoned I~ack closingKJwascoveredwithapinksa- ,,ew .ars I.eft Olson. '['hey were worn with match-|tin cloth and a pink net ov- ': ---Marian LaRue, Rep. ing heels and short white[erskirt which were made by .... gloves. A large satin rose|the bride. Pink tapers in sil- ' ~i: ': ~=i; !~,.ii Delta Kappa Gamma patterned from the same]ver candelabra and the -, ., ..... - , ..... ........ ..... ,, . ..... x- xvo6 helVlA±' t Z Dr. Hartl Top, ew, wire, ----- materlat as me ore~ses /orlaesmatus Douquets de-, .) . .. , The Pi Chapter of the Del- trimmed with neck length|corated this table. I ower aria Alr ,,' ...... , ~! ta Kappa Gamma of Jewell moss rose veils fashioned[ For a going away outfit, :'" and Republic Counties met the headpieces. The attend-[the bride ch(Jse a green 1 - 1966 ’:MC I/. Ton Pickun N,'w """ Saturday morning at the Le- ants carried bouquet of sleeveless net suit, with i"'7 gion Hall. Misses Ava Cra- pink carnations outlined/matching heels and beige .......... ......... met, Mildred Schultz, Mar- with burgundy ribbon. |accessories and a corsage of 1 - 1 66 Torna{lo 13emo,, With t'owea* all. .... tha Schultz and Fern Meri- Miss Barbara King from[two baby green orchids Air etta were hostesses for the Arkansas City and Miss Lin-/which was selected by the ....... "' : morning coffee hour. Twen- da Stephens of Mankato groom. ty-six members were pre-were taper lighters. TheyI After a wedding trip to o ........ sent. Miss Frances Gritten of wore street length dresses of ] Green Mountain Falls, Colo- Alnerica's favorite lawn fertilizer the Beloit Chapter asked to the same design and material]rado prings and Estes Park, USED be transferred to the Pi as the attendants. A wrist|Colo,i,,.,the couple are at -- .- Chapter. Miss Gritten is a corsage was worn by each. Ihome :ht:1521 Oxford Place, ooo ,t. 4.95 8.95 Cve 95C) Scotts grass seed with 1000 sq. ft 2500 sq. ft. 8,95 K. G. BALL, Owner Charter Member of Pi Chap- ter which was organized Pherson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oct., 1941. Plans were made David Nelson, was ring- to observe the 251h anniver- bearer. He wore a ~hite tux- sary at the meeting at Belle- edo and carried the white ville, Kans. in October. A satin heart pillow. Miss Jill Symposium on Orientation Kuiken, daughter of Dr. and of Employed Teachers and Mrs. Ben Kuiken, Mission Administrators was present- was flower gift. She carried ed by Mildred Moore, Mil- a small white basket trimm- ,dred Paul, Hannah Hansen, ed in pink ribbons and roses. Viola Ross and Dorothy No- Her floor length dress was votny. The qualifications of moss rose satin with pink i Mrs. Katie Lou Tomlinson of lace bouffant ~Leeves. Bradley Nelson of Mc-Apt. 22, Manhattan, Kans. ]'he bride is a graduate of Jamestown, Kans. for State. Mr. Mark Baltlwin, a President of the Phi State fraternity brother of the Officers were read, Pictures groom, Goodlana, was best of the group were taken to man. Mr'. Gary• Gordon, lola be placed in the hook to be and Mr. Allen McCobb fror seat to the State Convention.. i RusseU, also a fratm it:, Kansas State University with ~:4degree in business educats0n and is a member of the Kappa Delta social sorority. She is presently employed as receptionist in the Activities Center of the K-State Student Union. The groom is attending Kansas State University ma- joring in physics. He is a member of the Acacia fra- ternity, Arnold Air Society, Phi Eta Sigma Honorary and is presently holding the R. O. T. C. complete two- year scholarship. 1 - 1964 PONTIAC 4 Dr. with Power, real nit6 "' 1 - 1963 PONTIAC 4 Dr. with Power, real nic 1 - 1957 OLDS 4 Dr. with Power and Air 1 - 1961 CORVAIR Station Wagon 1 - 1958 IHC Pickup SEE THEM NOW! ,, ,~ t ai:ta. ('i! 'i :~ (Q