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PAGE 4B JEWELL COUNTY' MANKATO, KANSAS :;- Student Cotmcil Be A Good Neighbor". Our! C~aferellce Held lesson on "Rheumatic Fever ----- and Congenital Heart De- Members of the Student fects" which was very in- Council, Mankato High teresting and was given by School, attended a regional Mrs. Donald Diehl. Mrs. conference, Sept. 27, at as- Earl Rinard won the cake borne. These conferences are which was Brownies. Our sponsored every two years next meeting will be Oct. 4 by the Kansas State High at 1:30 p. m. at the Windy School Activities Associa- Point School House with the tion. Mr. Nelson Hartman, Highlanders Unit acting as of KSHSAA, was in charge hostesses to these three un- of the meeting, its--East Walnut, West Wal- The conference was wel- nut and Highlanders. The corned by Mr. Lyle Price, roll call will be "Fall House- principal and sponsor of the hold Hints". The hostesses Osborne Student Council. served lovely refreshments Each delegate attended two'at the end of the meeting. discussion groups led by Our unit is having a bake student chairmen from the sale stand at the Mankato various schools. Mr. Paul Armory building on Craft Roberts, Mankato, served as Day, Oct. 19. The meeting an adult consultant for the on Craft Day :is from 10:00 discussion, "How a Good a. m. to 9:00 p. m. Remem- Student Council Serves a ber next meeting starts at School". 1:30 p. m. Michael Rourke spoke to Mrs. Earl D. Rinard, PRC. the general session on the ~-~ topic, 'How" to Be a Good .._1...i.-.-. ,-,^, .......iI The names of those pre- WuLr~llup ueteE, ace. tvl - I sent at the Ionm, Kansas chael had attended the state . . -., ............ ,.~, Picnic, Aug 28, 1966, in the WOrKn,top, at ~aw~cm.c rant: park at Dallas, Ore were' summer. He also made some l .... -, _ " wlarvln, ~anara ana llna comments about the nation- ,. ..... / .._. ..... ^ ~.^,.~ ^. .~ ]t~ook, Keomona, ure; Jerryj at Cunte[en~e UetU at in- [ _~ ,,,~k :_ ,. ,. ,~^ .... Cook, Dallas, Ore; Rex COlll~[, VV~[~II., liB. JUly, JFI~, db r~ . ~ ,,* . "vvr -- well as Cindy Halstead was _roroes, ueumgnam, wasn.; ' ' " n Kieth Forbes, Everett, a delegate to this convenho . . . Mike is president of the Wash.; Wlnlfred.G. Y a, p p, ...... J .~.__J. ~acramento, Laul- ; r.,lSle lvianKato ~tuCo anu ~lnuy;. - - umtz, Salem, Ore; Halsey IS secretary ..... . thor~ attondintr from pangoorn ~anKato t~ans ; O ............... o ...... ~. ..' __ ;'. _ ' k w r lvin i ts~ue rangoorn manKato, Man ate e e Me K t ,. _, -,-, ....... , ........r, ans" Kay Forbes Everett, Rmpn uLmu., t.,lc~ mu.~ey, ... ;" .. , .~' .~ . . wasn Hazel 1~ roroes, Ed Wdson, Elhs Dunstan, Ever i't W ' "~" Jeannette Grout, Douglas .~ e , .asn~; Lmir Forbes: t~verett, wash Lyell anQ Page, Allen Powell, Kress .. ._. -,, , Fall And Mic~ A o a'd o, lviay ouggerlnaepenoence, ................. Ll_l_e R_~- -z ........ Ore; Bill and Virginia Rus- | 11~.11 blJ~ll I ~UI. " sell, Sunnyside, Wash.; Le- An Open House honoring land and Bernice Cook and Mr. and Mrs. William M. Gayle Swenson. Dallas, Ore.; Payne, 1613 Remington, Fort Collins, Colo. on their Golden Anniversary was held from 2 to 5, Sunday af- temoon, Oct. 2 at the home of their daughter, Mrs. L. R. Johns, 1104 Ellis, Fort Coll- ins. Miss Elsie Viola Smith and William Payne were married Sept. 30, 1916 at Mankato, Karts. They farmed near But'r Oak, Kans. until 1935. when they moved to Boul- der, Colo., where Mr. Payne was employed by Boulder County. In 1953 they moved to Fort' Collins, where Mr. Payne has been associated with Johns Office Equip- meat. Hais now semi-retir- ed. They both enjoy garden- ing /md fishing, Mr. Payne ts a 29-year member of the Boulder Elks No. 566. The couple had two daughters, Ernestine, who died ih infancy, and Mrs. L. R. Johns ~Dotris). There are two grandchildren, Mrs. Re- bert Bartlett of Houston, Tax. and Richard Johns of Fort Collins. O~rae Reunion Victor and Orah Yapp, Dall- as, Ore.; Bette Forbes, Wash.; Ruben and Nell Hea- start, Carlton, Ore.; Anna Mac Granger, Albany, Ore.; Effie Rose, Albany, Ore.; Ed- na Alcorn, Hillsboro, Ore.; Woodrow and Madelene AI- corn, Hillsboro, Ore.; Harold and Ella Alcorn, Mankato, Kans.; Arlene Dugger, Sa- lem, Ore.; Earle Christenson, Ferndale, Wash.; Don Christ- enson, Bellingham, Wash.; Leonard and Lavelle Cook, Salem, Ore.; Kenneth and Nellie Thomas, Salem, Ore.; Paul and Louise Deitz, Sa- lena, Ore.; Clayton and Stella Dugger, Independence,: Ore.; Byron, Bruce and John J. Forbes, Everett, Wash.; John Keen, Westminster, Calif.; Ronald, Diane, Carol, Susie and Cindy Cook, Lincoln City, Ore.; Alen Lee Forbes, Everett, Wash.; Margaret Forbes, Everett, Wash.~ Beth and Charles Fowler, Salem, Ore,; John Dietz, Salem, Ore.; and a letter was re- ceived from Prof. John W. Gates, Director of Division Adult Education And Com- munity Service, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyo. The Osborne Reunion held at the city park in Superior Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moon, Sept. 18, 1966 was an an- Jr. returned home Friday af- Joyable day. Those present ter a 3 week tour of Europe. were: Mr. and Mrs. John as- They went by plane to borne, Webber: Mr. and Mrs. Frankfort, Germany where Archie Morehead, Belleville; they were met by their son, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bishop Jack, who has a position and Ricky, Salina; Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Imler, Superior, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunn and Melanie, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Osborne and Wayne of Webber; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Imler, Randy and Brenda of Doniphan, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothchild Mike, Ronnie and Mary and Nora Imler, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dudley, Kerwin, Kevin and Keith Juniata, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs Galen Imler, Janet, Mary, Gary, Teresa and Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Volney Evarets, Nell, Sonja and Nola, Scan- die; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Im- ler, Ronnie and Earl. St. Lou- is, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. Gee Hull, Ronald, Reni, Lucinda and Michelle, Red Cloud, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Hull and Richard, Cha- dron, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Billing, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross, Mr. and Mrs. La- verne Stansberry, Formosa Mr. and Mrs. Dwane Imler Rocky and Rita, Lawrence Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn with International Telephone and Telegraph Company in Frankfort. Jack accompanied them by plane to West and East Berlin, then took his parents in his car on a tour visiting Belgium; London, England; Paris, France; Swit- zerland, Italy and Austria. The Moons report that they had a most interesting and enjoyable trip and that Jack is fine and likes his work. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Spen- cer returned last week after spending three weeks at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Max Ross at Mitchell, Nebr. While there they made a short trip into Wyoming. Courier TR-23S... the only solid-state CB rig with a IO year. guarantee[ A 23 channel, solid.state CB rig-- guaranteed for 10 years! With the biggest features ever built into a CB rig. And at an unprecedented $169, complete, Come in and see for yourselft League Itrder, Rodney, Danny and Myrna, Mankato; Mr. and him. Riggle Butler and Lin- de; Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. St~r Vale, Webber; Mrs. Or- nla Jean Whitney, Superior, Nebr.; and Mrs. Evelyn Whitney, Wichita. All re- ported a good day to visit I~ta' the basket dinner. Ealg Walnut E. H. U. ,, .The East Walnut E. H. U. met Sept. 6 in the home of Mrs. Loren Roberson with Mrs. Everett Jeffery as co- host.s. The meeting was ~11~1 tO order by the presi- d~t," Mrs. Mike Caldwell. Etght, ,members answered Jl by telling "How To Games Played Through Week of Sept. 5 WOMEN'S LEAGUES 439. tiigh Individuals, 1 game: COFFEE Helen Uzdill, 190; Joyce w l Bradrick, 184; Faith Stroup, Mixers 8 0 177. Sparklers 7 1 Ranch Hands 4 4 TUESDAY SIX Esbon St. Bank 3 5 ~ w 1 Pin Pushers l 7 Greenhouse 14 6 Z,l,vc,~; ..... ~, -:, l:rt.nti,,r, ,_ .... Station 13 7 High Individuals, 3 ~amc~: 1) U. C()-op Elev. 137 Roma Grout, 496; [}arl)m'a St:ttc Exchange 7 13 Junker 435; Ewl Mc:ldcn-.h:rry's Standard 7 13 hall 427 .h:well-Mitchell 6 14 iSI'igh I'ndividuals, 1 game: High. Individuals, 3 games: Roma Grout, 190; Midge eli- Faith Stroup, 521; Janice ver,181; Eva Mendenhall, Perdue, 439; Kas Hedges, 180.4;30. High Individuals, I game: CLASSICAL Faith Stroup, 205; Marie w 1 Morris,171; Faith Stroup, R-K Shopper 10 6 169. Lehrling Char. 10 6 - -- Formosa March. 10 6 FRIDAY NIGHTERS Ranch Bowl 8 8 w 1 Jewell Co. Record 7 9 Wagner's Drug 14]/~ 5~ Boogaart's 3 13 .lew(:ll Co. Co-op. 13 7 High Individuals, 3 game~: l,'arm Bureau Ins. 128 Joyce Bradrick. 514: l-!elen Speed Wash 8 12 Uzdill, 488: Faith Stroup,C