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Club Study Club E.M. Griffltts. It meeting of the 1992-93 "Yellow For Bright Begin- theme of the meeting. Yetter, president, called to order. Meeting opened Club collect and flag salute. Was answered with current Sheahan gave the G.F.W.C. and Mrs. Vetter gave talk. Mrs. Vetter re- color for the gray. Members will when dressing for the The program continued with one room school and served by the hostess. h01d reunion family reunion was 30 at the V.F.W. dining with 44 attending. James were hosts. present were Porter and Mission TX. James. Mart, Oklahoma City, Salina, Glade r and Wendy Smith, Karen and Steve Hillman, Shill, Concordia, Ger- Lienberger and Betty John Randall, Neff and Scott, Susan, Ash- Marie Knarr, and Clyde Bohnert from from Beloit were: Emma Graft, Mary Alien, Alice, Tomas, and Tara Colby and Pat and reunion will be held August Steve and Karen Lien- as hosts. David Tyrell accepts new position at Cherryvale David Tyrell, former Mankato resi-" dent, is now an elementary school prin- cipal in Cherryvale. Tyrell has a B.S. in elementary education and a Masters in education administration from Fort Hays State University. Tyrell and his wife, Mary, originally from Concordia, recently moved to Cherryvale from Goodland where he taught for 22 1/2 years. Their son, Russ, attends college in Wichita. Tyrell is the son of M/M Harry R. Tyrell, Mankato. Clark family reunion M/M Taylor Clark hosted the Clark family reunion at their home Septem- ber 20. Attending were M/M Edwin Clark, Jewell, M/M Paul Clark, Man- hattan, Gladys Wolfe and Phil Wolfe of Colorado Springs, CO, M/M Maurlce Slaven, Cascade, CO, M/M Howard Clark and Justin, Scandia, M/M David Clark and Kevin, Denver, M/M Greg Clark, Amanda and Andrew, Kansas City, MO, Michele McAfee, Brandi and Heather, SL Marys, M/M Jerit Lee and Bobby, Michigan Valley, John Clark, Buhler, and Richard Clark and M/M Gene Clark of Formosa. Motor Co. CALL Doug Eck (913) 738-3511 or 1-800-748-6465 for car sales, after hcmm Herman E(:k 738-2488 Gene Kimerer 738-2515 Bernard F.~k 738-2W0 BudC~I 738-2572 Doug Eek 738-2304 Max Dean 738.2847 10:00a.m. 2:00p.m.// Drawing at 4.'00 p,m. ~zu-$100.$50 .$Z~ .t of all NEW 32 & Used Cars and Trucks , qS~O.O0, minus my r01xm er clmp Intmm ; tuU,y oq~mmd, - wlm haU m.mQo ~ Wy"4,006.W CARS fully ec~J~ed, back of list, LeSam eq.@ped orgy 10,000 Bonneville SE 4 door, fully Grand Pdx SE 2 door, lrernendous savings. 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September 23, 1992 - T/m JzwoU County Post - 7 Tucker reunion picnic held Sept. 6 The six Tucker brothers and sisters and their families, cousins, aunts and uncles met at the Mankato City Park, Sept. 6, for the annual Tucker family reunion. The day was sunny and pleas- ant. There was much visiting and re- membering of current and past events. A carry-in dinner was enjoyed. Lots of pictures were taken. It was special that cousins Kenneth and Jo Tucker, Au- rora, OR, were able to be present. Ken- neth Tucker and Ruth Underwood each showed two of their family genealogy books. The books brought on interest- ing discussions. Buford and Fern Tucker were hosts. Those attending were:Paul and Ruby Hesting, Johnnle and SueTucker, Burr Oak; Mike, Cheryl and Nicholas Cdrdray~.. Bla~wk, S.D.; Ma~'ne Reinert, Marcy and Danny Simmelink, Chad and Kelll, Esbon; Dewey and Ruth L. Underwood, Dee Ann Underwood, Arehle and Gertrude Tucker, Wayne Union Chapel UMW Union Chapel U.M.W. metWed., Sept. 2 at the home of Allene Davis. Jean Davis, President, called the meeting to order. Roll call was answered by all ten members telling how many years they had been a member of U.M.W. We discussed the five star program. To be eligible for this program we have to meet our pledge, give thank offering, a special mission recognition, a gift in mission and a gift in memory. After discussion, it was approved to give the special mission recognition to Blattners when they move, to give a Gift to Mis- sion in honor of Marcia Giilett for going on the Metour and to give a Gift in Memory in memory of Elsie Worick. For "Christian Social Involvement," lone Shipley presented a bill for postage on the items sent to Henderson Settle- ment. A thankyou was read from them. We will make sewing kits for October. For "Supportive Community," Pen- nie Shipley read a poem Welcome Au- tumn. She mentioned the outbreak of salmonella and suggestedwe use cooked base for our ice cream booth this Satur- day. Recipes were handed out. She also reported on church in the park with Northbranch on Sept. 20. Jeri Shute and Marilyn Jeffery are in charge. Jell Shute, Secretary of Program Resources, announced the subscrip- tions had been renewed for Response and New World Outlook magazines. We NCKGS see castles The North Central Kansas Genea- logical Society held its annual meeting on September 12 at the Senior Citizen center in Cawker City. There were 25 in attendance for the all-day meeting. The morning speaker was Phyllis Dethloff, Superior, NE, who gave us considerable information concernng research in Nebraska, and at the na- tional level. The afternoon speaker was Steve Richardson who showed slides of Bavarian castles. He told about the living conditions at the time of Ludwig II, when the castes were built. Election of officers was held, and the silent auction produced a helpful con- tribution to the expenses of the meet- ing. The next meeting will be held on October 17, at the library. Isla Montgomery. secretary and Ruth M. Underwood, Mankato. Theresa Metro and Kayla, Concor- dla. Bill, Sandra and Hayden Hager. Olathe; Bruce and Dona Fiene and family, Wichita; Carolyn Cummings and Chailyn Rose Wellsville; Joe Arneson, Lawrence; Loren Falk. and Jenny Groubi[I, Topeka; Jennie Holdren and Cary Dinkel, Hays; Eddie Tucker, Phil- lipsburg; Eddie and Opal Hall, Smith Center;, LeRoy and Mary Fiene, Leba- non; Buford and Fern Tucker, Ionia; Leon and Judy Falk, Harveyville; Jim and Connie Robertson and Lindsey, Carl and Jeff Holdren, Wakeeney; Tom Tucker, Topeka; Scott and Cathy Sim- melink, Brandon, Sarah and Rachael, Valley Center;, Rocky and Debbie Men- denhall, Amy and Kristy, Klpp. Special guests were: Forrest and RubyColson, Mankato; Gene and Fawna Barrett, Randall; Leona Colson, Beloit; Shirley Remus, Glen Elder and Ken- neth and Jo Tucker, Aurora, OR. discusseci the District Meeting in Jew- ell. Jeri reported a school supply box had been sent to our box family, lone andAlyce Gillett are in charge of the box for Oct., Nov. and Dec. Our 1992 read- ing goal was completed, jeri had a list for next year. For business, it was approved to leave our pledge the same as last year. Jean announced the Mates in Ministery Retreat Oct. 9-11 in Arkansas City. If Pam DeFisher would like to go, part of the expenses will be paid. Jean told of several letters received asking for fi- nancial help. Jeri is to tell our shepard- esses the meeting dates to see if and when they can come to one of our meetings. Fawna Barrett is to be asked to give a lesson in February or March 1993. The proceeds from serving the Blattner sale will be discussed at the October meeUng, The ice cream booth proceeds will go through the church to the Urban Ministries. Kim Davis led the lesson on member- ship. Kim and Pennie acted out a sklt and discussion followed on stereotyp- ing. Munchies were furnished by lone and won by Kim. Our next meeting will be on October 7 at Pennle's. Loreen has the lesson and Jeri has munchies. Kim Davis, Secretary Burr Oak UMW The September meeting of the Burr Oak United Methodist Women was held on September 16 at Fellowship Hall at the church. Ferne Harris led an ex- tremely interesting program titled "The Power Within." Her presentation brought a great deal of discussion in- volving all present. Members not pres- ent at this meeting missed one of the best meetings of the year. The October meeting will be held on October 21 and will be a salad luncheon at noon. It will be guest day. and mem-" bets are invited to bring guests. Host- ess for the luncheon will be Marcella Ost All members are urged to be pres- ent for this inportant meeting. I I I Winter might be early ! [ . ~'~'~f.~T~- ,~:..~. " Martha's I