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October 13, 1966     Jewell County Record
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are in- Girl Scouts ' ..... THANK YOU .----- The Mankato Girl Scout When children and friends Neighborhood met Oct. 7 Are special--like you, the V. F. W. Hall with even- Folks you can count on Sally Lambert, District Ad- of our Each day, a lifetime through, visor from Salina. Calendars ?date, on ac- !t's a pleasure to have and cookies were ordered. being: ueh a grand chance to sayThe new Brownie troop dues Churc Iust that---Two grateful were sent in. Cadette trip We folks to a horse ranch and a Jun- of Had a wonderful day. ior trip to the Pioneer Vill- indmbers an- --Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ball. age were discussed. Train- with stories ing for leaders will be Thurs- We miss- NOTICE day, Oct. 27, at the V.F.W. who is vis- Hall from 12:30 to 3:30. The Erma There will be a Commun- area meeting of Central Kan- has been ill, ity Shower at the Olive Hill sas Council is Nov. 10 at Ella Colson Church on Friday evening, Lindsborg. Leaders who at- Minutes Oct. 20, honoring Mr. and tended are Carol Leonard, g were Mrs. Gene Ahrens, sponsor- Virginia Rightmeier, Roma Officers by their Sunday School Grout, Libbie Crangle, Jo- fuming year Class. lene Stout, Jean Hamilton and Marjorie Hulbert. vice-presi- lewell Co. Women's secre- Democratic Club and Marian Hostess gift The club met at the home 'iley to Grace .ff Leta Dietz on Oct. 4. September, Mary Lagergren called the a bath towel, meeting to order and eight from Bulah members answered roll call. a love-:Letters from members were played a ead and minutes of the last w re read and ap- Refreshments of cof- and cooki were served be Cub Scouts--Den 1 We had our first den meet. ing for the month of Octo- ber at the home of our Den Mother, Mrs. Bud Elkins. 5 Cub Scouts were preset. lerry Harder served lunch. We learned what Akela and Webalos mean. Next week we will not have our regu- lar den meetlng on Monday ffmrnoon, Inltead we' will HAHN'ECLIPSE P0' 'R'R0 HAHN'ECLIPSE HAHN'ECLIPSE Lawn ..... REEL-TYPE POW-R.DOY Tractors ............. ~( MOWERS j ~i. ~,~.~ ..... ~~:~ ' . ..... " ,~.' .~ ,,~,~" ~:' '!}i!~ ~ii~'~i:'? :i!:ili TEST" ~/~ A QUALITY STANDARD ....... :'. WON'T SCALP TU~F FOR 27 YEARS Lift up on handles. Wheels easily lift off ground becouse ONE-LEVER CCH'IIROL R;gid, cost iron construction. 93% of tiller we;ght is on 5 Attochments: 26" or32" Precisi~n.cutting always. Com- fineswhere it does most rotary, 32" recl, 32" snow pletely SAFE to operale* good for dlggTng in. plow, and 30" snow thrower. 20" ROCKET~ 4 end 6 h.p. models. mcll WAUGH 01L & CO., INC. Ph. FR 8-3111 - WINDOW I.. T US DEMONSTIATE A Have you been around to see newest and the latest construction in heaters. Save 30% to 40% overabove the styles. modern earlier The new models are here. _.Buy one of these money _savers. Tell your neighbors about them and remember _the _thanks _given to yourself and family. "WARP'$'" BRANDED ON THE EDGE MEANS SATISFACTION