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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO. KANSAS X "THURSDAY OCTOBER Oet. G - hbors Bridge Club Glenn }hale, Mrs. Monbeck, co- Oct. 8 - M. Club - Mr: Suchsland 1O - Buffalo Roam 7:30 P. M. Oct, 11 - Auxiliary - Mrs. Clarence Oct. 12 - It Club - Mrs. Kissinger Club - Mrs. N~wlin r 'Circle - Fellowship OCt. 13 - Club-. Mrs. Don Club - Mrs. Heisz Club - Mrs. A. Club- Mrs. Finley , :~Millie Hills, conducted by the President, Dessert Bridge Party Mrs. H. R. Tyrell. Mrs. Ada Hills gave a most interest- Mrs. R. B. Turner and ing program on her hobby, Miss Adelaide Regnier an- making afghans, The hos-t(.'rlained with a dessert tesses, Mrs. Rex Weaverling bridge party Wednesday ev- and Mrs. George .lensen ening, Sept. 28, in The Buffa- served a delightful lunch. 1o Roam party room. At- The next meeling wil be tractively wrapped prizes Nov. 7 at the home of Mrs. - Kenneth Davis. Mankato Garden Club Members of the Mankalo Garden Cluh met at the home of Helen Russell on the evening of Oct. 3rd. The lesson for the meeting was "Seed Pictures". Each mem- ber was to make a picture. This was interesting and se- veral were on display. Re- freshments of coffee and cookies were served cafeter- ia style. The next meeting will be Nov. 7 with Ellen Noller. Christian Gleaners were presented to the high score winners. The follow- mg received prizes: Mrs. Clarence Loomis, Mrs. Ed Walker, Mrs. Charles Ra- may, Mrs. Frank W. Boyd, Sr., Mrs. RMph Waugh, Mrs. Perry Kier, Mrs. F. R. Fair and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. Chapter CN, P. E. O. Chapter CN of the P. E. O. Sisterhood met: Tuesday, ~cpl. 27 at ]he home of Mrs. I. C. LeB~w. Roll call was '-;ummer Echoes. Mrs. A. T. Menhusen, the president, I)rotu,hl the chapter charter for the members to see. Two :harler members were pre- sent, Mrs. L. R. Chandler The Christian Gleaners and Mrs. E met Sept. 27. We sang "Who Gerald Kier ls On the Lord's Side" and "Are Ye Able, Said the Mas- ter". Delores ttines had for devotions "Bible, Guide to Christian Women". Alberta Diamond led us in prayer. Minutes of the last meeting were read. 10 members an- swered roll call. 15 church calls were reported. The treasurer's report was read. ~ I~eXl~re Smith:gave the Card i['Rel~ort... I~eh,re~i : led. Us' i0 a, . ,.Tp~yer. Hostesses were Jean ----- ' [Hamilton and Betty McAtee. Clio Club metlOur next meeling will be of Mrs. RexIOct. 11. We will have a pot Pet. 3, 1966.[ luck dinner and installation g was[ of officers. M. Tyler. Mrs. conducted an interesting quiz on the P. F.. O. Conslitulion and Slate By-laws which was won by Mrs. Tyler. The next meeting will be Oct. 11 at the home of Mrs. Clarence Loomis. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Albert Par- tin, Stafford, Kans. have an- nounced the engagement ol their daughter, Barbara, to Michael Reager, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marl Reager, Man- kato, Kans. Both attend Fort Hays Slate College, /:lay~ Kan.s, SAWYER-PETTIT [Cochran, Betsy Farmer and Jan Clements, cousin of the bride. They wore identical floor-length A-line dresses of turquoise organza over taffeta. They carried cas- cade bouquets of yellow dai- sy chrysanthemums and ivy. Each bouquet was centered with a glowing candle. .h)na Hasty, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. John Monta Averill IlI was ring bearer. Paul Pettit of Red Cloud, Nebr. was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Cap- tain Gordon Barnes, Lieu- tenant Ludvick Pfeifer, Lieu- tenant Charles Wachob, Bil- ly Brown, brother-in-law of the gr(x)m, Tom Sawyer, brother of the bride, and Charles Riner. The groom and his attendants wore black tuxedoes. After the ceremony, a re- ception was held at the Syl- rester Civic Center. Republican Women Meet The Jewell County Feder- ation of Republican Women met for breakfast Sept. 27 at the schoolhouse in Ran- dall. There was a good at- tendance with the following l areas represented: Webber, Mankato, Jewell and Ran- dall. Representative Rex Bor- gem Asherville, our guest speaker, gave an interesting and informative talk on Le- gislative matters, followed by a question and answer period. Representative Arden Dierdorff, Smith Center, had to cancel his plans to attend due to personal affairs. The next meeting will be in Mankato, the date to be announced later. All thank the Randall la- dies for an enjoyable morn- ing and their gracious hos- pitality. ---Pub. Rap. Mrs. Gerald Thompson re- turned home Sunday from the St. Joseph Hospital in Concordia where ,she was under observation and treat- ment. Mrs. Raymog~d Fordham, Mrs. Lucy Myers ~nd Mrs. lohn Diamond spent' Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs~ ~Ohn $ohnson, and helped them celebrate their 59th wedding anniver- sary. _ iJ ,! ! Ire'alias and bronze the Har- Church for marriage i Joy Sloan, daughter Mrs. Lyle Sloan, to Edward i:: : iI . ..... ~ H ,i : ' ?'> l ~ ~ :"~tt . ~ .... :,: .... Marilyn Sawyer, daugh- l ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sawyer, of Sylvester, Ga. and l,ieutenant Alan I,. Pett .... it, son ()f Mr. and Mrs. lrvinl ,, Pett t, of Burr Oak, Karts. were married at eight o clock!: ! in the evening, Saturday, [ !the couples double June 25, in the sanctuary of the First Baptist Church of Sylvester. The Rev. Frank Barton, cousin of the bride performed the ceremony. Jerry Elmgren of Savan inah, Ga., organist, accom- panied Mrs. Henry Johnson of Opp, Ala. as she sang "Because", Whither Thou Goest", and "O Perfect Love." In the choir loft were Bos- ton fern and split-leaf phil- odendron which formed a background for the arched candelabra holding lighted tapers. Large tree candela- bra flanked either side of brocade sheath skirts. The the altar. Garlands of spring-, flower girl, Saundra Deich-eri fern fell gracefully from' en, Wichita, wore a floor- the lecturn and on either length gown identical to the side were Grecian urns on matron of honor, china columns holding two The ringbearer was Wray massive arrangements of Alexander, Mankato. Candle- white gladioli,California lighters were Wade Alexan- chrysanthemums, pompon der, Mankato and Mark Un- chrysanthemums and lea- son of Mr. derwood, Burr Oak. ther leaf fern. Two fifteen TREBILCOCK-WILSON Kenneth Lewis,[ The best man was Wen- branched candelabra silhou- Nebraska. I dell Lewis, the bridegroom's eted each arrangement. "--'-" Dean Rose re- brother of Wichita. Grooms- Given in marriage by her Baskets of white gladiolus Musicians were Thomas and Alexander, both wore a floor- organza and designed with an portrait neck- I tapered sleeves, accented with l and detach- : train. Her of illusion cluster of with men were Ronnie Skelly of father, the bride wore a cha- decorated the Sixth Avenue Wichita and Jerry Voboril !pal-length wedding gown of Baptist Church in Dodge of Esbon. Ushers were Clair pure silk peau de sole and City Saturday, Oct. 1, 1966 Sl(nm, brother of the bride, hand clipped Chantilly lace. at 10:00 A. M. for the marr- Hays; Oren Underwood, The fitted bodice with sa- iage of Wanda Belle Trebil- Manhattan; Elwin Lewis, brina neckline was re-era- cock to Philip R. Wilson. brother of the groom, Red broidered with seed pearls Parents of the couple are Cloud, Nebr.; and Danny and bugle beads. The Mr. and Mrs. Charley Trebil- Haegert, Esbon. sleeves were three-quarter cock of Ford and Mr. and Reception assistants were length. The bouffant skirt of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson of Ethel Haegert, Esbon; Fran- peau de sole was trimmed Mankato. ces Meeker, Mankato; Beu- with trailing motifs of Alen- Rev. George Fo~C, er offici- lah Lagergren, Lincoln; Syl- con lace. Trimming the back ated. Musicians were Mrs. via Damon, Phyllis Damon, of the gown was a Dior bow Craig Anzalone~ soloist, and and Rhonda Damon, Super- and the shirred fullness ex- Mrs. Earl Neweil, pianist. ior, Nebr.; Nancy Lagergren, tended into a chapel train. Linda Miller, Ford, and Lincoln; Janice Bartley, Es- Her headpiece was a sun- WaRer Wilson, Mankato, bon; and Dixie Obert, Esbon. burst of lace petals topped brother of the groom, were Mrs. Lewis was graduated with roses sprinkled with honor attendants. Connie from Esbon Rural High pearls. The French bouffant Wiehl, Smith Center, and i School and was employed at veil of silk tulle was trim-!Larry Martin, Norton, were the First National Bank in med with seed pearls. The the other attendaats. Randy Mankato. bride carried a cascade bou- Trebilcock, brother of the Mr. Lewis was graduated quet of white butterfly ros- bride, lit the tapers. Charles from Esbon Rural High es, stephanotis and white Trebilcock, Denver, and Ger- School and attended Wichi- cymbidium orchids. Her on- ald Trebilcock, Ford, bro- ta Technical Institute, Wich- ly ornament was a diamond thers of the bride, ushered. ita, Kans. He is employed by pendant. The flower girl was Kay Ann Southwestern Bell Telephone Mrs, Monta Averill, Jr., a Co., Salina, Kans. The couple college mate was matron of will be at home at 305 E. honor. The bridesmaids were Preacott, Apt. 6, Sallna Mrs. Bob Seawrigkt, Diane Kans. Harris, Anne Burney,-Jill She carried an of red roses on a white the bride were Iris Ozmunl who is a soph- omore at Ft. Hays State College this fall, has been elected to membership in SPURS, a honorary and ser- vice organization. The name SPURS comes from five qualities expected of mere- [ bers--sacrifice, patriotism, understanding, responsibil- ity, and service. The club recognizes schol- arship and leadership among sophomore women. The lim- ited membership of 30 is se- leeted from written recom- mendations submitted in be- half of applicants who have achieved a minimum gradc l May 4. Mary Jo Wobker of Great Bend, Kans. will head the club this fall. MANKATO: Town in Profile Llla Frost, matron Mankato; Lois Downs; brides- matron of gown satin brocade, an empire The bridNnmtds' featured brocade emph white satin ! ~' Some time has" elapsed since last 1 wrote an arlicle under this heading. Tl|e pt|r- pose in former c()lllmns was to acquaint ev(~ryoi)o Ill)| ()n- ly with the City's 1)r(d)lems, but ew:ryone's duty as till- zeus of this area. The pco- gress lhat has been made the pas| 1wo years was not the res||lt of h'~l)Pen~:lanc('. It l)egan at h'a~;t six years ago by showing (hat coop- erative et'f()rl in any com- munily, by the pvople in that community, is essenlial to progress, The exch;tn?~e ()f ideas without rancor, calm deliheration and a greal deal of selflessness has t)~en well expressed by the leadership in our communily. Ideas like the crealion of an Endowment C~)rp()ration, a Senior Citizens' lhmsinp Corporation, and the Man- kato Industrial l)ev(,lopment Corporation were imph:ment- al through the COOl)erative efforts of not only Mankato, but by the efforts of many both near anti far. The C(m- valescent ttospital is the re- sult of county-wide eff~rt lo meet an increasing need for medical care. Not only Mankato but Jewell "County is he e, inning to show population increas- es. These increases necessi- tate an orderly plqnning for services, housing, and hu.~i- ncss developme||ts. Every town has its responsibility. Most of us are aware that Mankato recently received a Federal Grant for $158,000 Emporia~Lesley Irene to improve and extend wa- Walker, Mankato, is teach- ter arid sewer services. Very ing Grade 3 in Graber Ele- few realize how fortunate mentary School in tlutchin- we were. A year a~',,, this son, as part of her Educa- lasl May, $15(),000 water re- venue bonds were zlpproved tion course at the Kansas by the Cily. Five years ago, State Teachers College of we received a loan of $1000 Emporia. Miss Walker is the daugh- for a survey of our future ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. needs in the use of water Walker, 516 North High St. from a division of lhe Fed- At the Teachers College she eral tlousing Administra- is a member of the Student National Education Associa- tion and Pi Lambda Theta, : bonorary Education organi- , zation for women. Mr. and, Mrs. Dean Rich of A1 Tahoe, Calif. and his :mother, Gladys Taylor, who is m~king her home in Cali- forni~li~arrived Friday for a week's, v~sit with relatives and friends. I, :?:i!!,! ! sister-in-law of the bride, at- tended the guest book. As- sisting with the gifts were Marna Newell, Dodge City, andland Vivian Franks, Wood- Park, Colo. The bride selected a fh)or length ivory colored gown of heavy raw silk styled with an empire bodice with tiny button closure at the back. The short sleeves, waistline and detachable court train i were accented with flower design venise lace. A lace covered satin bow held her veil and she carried yellow roses and' stephanotis. Floor iehgth gowns of an- tique gold with a lace and taffeta combination were worn b the y attendants. They carried bronze mumsl Assisting at the reception were Mmes. John Copelin, George Foster of Dodge City ~and Courtney Hartshorn of Ford. Following a short wedding trip the couple will be at home at Hays where the Copelin of Dodge City, and]bride is a student at Fort the ring bearer was TonY lHays Kansas State College Anzalone, also of Dodge[and the bridegroom is era- City. [ played by Boogaarts. Monta,G1ea ...... Trbbllcodk, 'r:; N ti()n. This survey was the bg.-~ ATTENTION sis for our request for match-tTHOSE THAT ARE 8 ing funds. The City began " last November with a for- Vere're starting a club real request for such funds. '}l).st for you. It's 'built on ideas that We realized that there was l,oing to be lots of competi- ti(m, and rightly so,but pa- tience, perserverance and the l (,l'f()|-ts o1' a good many in-i lereste(I individuals made our requests a reality. We have many to thank. Since our original issue of h(mds (Ioes not cover our ~mmt for water and sewer, m~ additional bond issue for sewer extensions, of $10,000 is imperative. This is a five- year issue and the resolu- li()n and ordinance, passed hy the City Council, is pub- lished in another section of this issue. The water bonds will be used to get an aditional sup- ply of water, new wells, ad- dilional pipe lines from the wells to the booster house and an increase in the size !of our booster through the eif;ht inch line to town. This Ix)rtion will be done by I.ayne-Western out of Wieh- ira and Kansas City. Geo. McKee, Jr., architectural en- i gineering company of Colby, :will design the 1,000,000 '~allon storage and distribu- been overcome in Mankato's development, nor the good fortune associated with our efforts. The development of yo:~iag and new. We've x numerous and leaders too! The onl~'~\ thing we lack i "YOU"~ A new .~,-H Club is organized /the area ~S Ionia, Athem, and Townships \Everyone tween the of 8 are encouraAed to' 'i Some of the {n~teresti~: tivities planned \.beside~ regular project,~ JUNIOR AND A SQUARE GROUP. The first meeting held the last part ober. Watch this new.' for announcement of and place of this tion meeting. 4-H is 4-U -- Jr. Leader Borger CARD OF THANKS The family of Mrs. Thomas wish to 'many friends for flowers and many kindness in our row. We especially thank the Assembl for the lunch "Mankato Friends" for flowers. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. and family H. O. and W. E. families MANY THANKS more civic pride is needed. Such a civic pride would I want to thank greatly improve our position many friends and , and would be some reward for the nice cards ana to those who have given so I received while in the much in time and effort to pital and since keep our community pro- home. God bless you gressing toward the goal of --Dou~zlas O ' " "~ a bett~r city now, and freer ___ ~_~ _. opportunities for future gen-[ Mrs. Sue Green and erations. [Kramer visited re Finlay Munro, city clerk I Omana last week. "!. ~ i ~i~ i ~ ~ !~!~ ~,~I~II RECIPIENT. Mrs. Joan Thompson is shown receiving two scholarships the Kearney Vocational School of Practical Nursing. Pictured, from left, Mrs. Eleanor Morrison, Mrs. George Jackson who gave Mrs. Thompson check from the Pioneer Publishing Company; Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. H. sen, scholarship chairman of the American Legion Auxiliary, presenting check from the Auxiliary, and Mrs. Fern Gillming, president of the Joan, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Fuller of Mankato, began h~r year course in Practical Nursingon Sept, 26 at Kearney, Nebr. 1967 CATALINA i-DOOR SEDAN "RIDE THE WIDE-TRACK WINNING STREAK." When you consider all that the '67 Pontiacs have to offer ~ sleek new features like disappearing windshield wipers, powerful 400-cubic inch plants (standard on all the full-sized Pontiacs), new safety features like master brake cylinders, safety door locks, energy absorbing steering and wheels, to name a few -- it's no surprise that the Wide-Track Streak rolls on unabated. But the proof is in the driving. Come on in and drive the '67 Wide Track of your choice. Then let us show you how easy is to own one. We guarantee it'll come as a very pleasant surprise. WE ALSO 0 k6 1 - 1966 GMC Ton Pickup--NEW 1 - 1.966 TORNADO Demo 1 - 1966 TEMPEST 2 Dr. Hard Top--NEW 1 - 1963 PONTIAC 4 Dr. 2 - 1964 PONTIAC 4 Dr. COME IN AND LOOK THESE OVER :7' '.i) ' ; , : ~ ; ' .