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,.OCTOBER 1966 WRLL C ,O qTY KANSAS Oct. 20 -" B#idge Club - M., Mr. and Mrs. 'Lovers Club - Mrs. )rn - Mrs. O. K. Club - Lucy F 0ct. 24 - bozen Club - Mr. ~rs. Darus Henning- , Auxiliary 0. Guest Day - 2:30 ', Mrs. Bradley Judy ~Y, Oct. 26 - It Club - Mrs. l,'rank ger Oct. 27 - - Mrs. Gerald Club - Mrs. M. M. Club - Mrs. Elsie Club - Mrs. Newell Monday of the Supper Monday, Oct. 17 at of Mr. and Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. I were guests. The~ were won by Marvin Walker, Loomis and Loomis. The next! Will be Nov. 21 with ~Irs. Harold Ahrens. Club Entertained Hamilton an- the members of the Club at her home Oct. 13. Guests Harry Tyrell and Roe. The won by Mrs. and Mrs. Roe. were served by N The next meeting or. 10 with Mrs. ClUb Thursday Smith was hos- meeting of the T & Club at her home October 13. Mrs. was a guest. The won by Mrs. O. and Mrs. Newell were bridge. The will be October Davis hostess. Meeting O. E. S. meeting of the the Esatern Star will at Jewell Friday, at 2:00 P. M. The aleal will be at the Church at 6:30 P. M. will be $1.25. l~lanning to attend, Idella Johnson, or H. R. Rhea by October 26.. grand matron to have a at this Belle Cross, Aide of 42 Club Frank W. Boyd, Jr.and Mrs. F: W. Boyd, Mankato; Frank and Lydia Logback, Hill city. Miss Mary Stoles, Henry and Bill Smies and the three Boyds attended the wedding of Mar- garet and Howard 25 years a~o. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Francis Flen- tie of Centralia announce the engagement of their daughter,, Mary Frances, to Mr. George Eugene Holdren, son of Mr. and Mrs. George D. ttoldren, Montrose. Mary Frances is Jewei l County Home Economics Agent in Mankato and Butch is employed by Jewell Plumb- inging and Heating, Jewell. A winter wedding is plann- ed. Kensington Club Meets er, Mrs. I,ester Beeler, Mrs.! Joe 1. Beeler, and Mrs. How- ard ~dwaras. Alter refresh- ments, ~virs. tiowara Edwaras, Chaplain, gave tne aevouons. rim meeting was opened in regular 1orm 19y Regent, Mrs. ~viarvin Walker. lVlrs. Alice ~al[erty gave the President General's Message--a list of accomplishments for the D.A.E. Diamond Jubilee year. Mrs. Lets Dietz, Correspon- Oence Secretary, read a in-! vitation to the Northwesternl t)isttqct meeting to be held in Phillipsburg on Oct. 29. Mrs. Mary Boyd, a member of Desire Tobcy Seat's Chap- ter, is a District Officer, so we hope to have a good re- I)resentation from this Chap- ter. National Defense Report was given by Mrs. Beulah 13alch and Mrs. Joe R. Beel- er. Miss Helen Stafford gave a report of the D.A.R. sup- ported schools. She and Mrs. T. Clegg, Mr. and Mrs. Thaine Clegg, J. C. and Dena, and Mr. and Mrs. Arden Clegg," Ronald and Donna of Man- kate; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clegg and family of Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Clegg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rawlings of Fremont, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clegg of Montrose, Colo.; and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde r~0rb and Cindy spent the weekend in Denver, Colo. visiting Mr. :and Mrs. Clair Korb and Mr. land Mrs. Donald Korb and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nicks and Scotty of Limon, Colo. were also pre.~ent. The Kensington Club met ] Ads tlills asked that we l tiring clothing and old jewel- Thursday, Oct. 13, at the home I ry to out" next meeting to be of Mrs. A. L. Hale. Roll ('all lsent to these schools. The was answered by 14 members. [ minutes were read and ap- Plans for the Christmas party[proved. The next meeting will l were discussed. Refreshments lbe Nov. 14, and the hostesses were served by the hostess. 'would like to be notified by, The next meeting will be Oct. members who do not plan toi 27 with Mrs. Lester Broyles. attend. After the meeting Christian Gleaners The Christian Gleaners met Oct 11 in church I basement for thmr annual! pot luck dinner. Following! a boun,tiful and enjoyable meal, President Alberta Dia- mond broug~ the business meeting to order. Roll call was answered by 13 mem- bers. We enjoyed having Goldie Broyles, Mrs. Dunn and Jay Diamond as our guests. Reports for the year were given by the officers. Delores Hines conducted a beautiful and impressive in- stallation ceremony for the following new officers: Pres- ident, Gladys Fordham; Vice- coming game: between Hays and Washburn University. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jeffery at the Hilltop Cafe in Superior. Mrs. Junior Barnes and fam- ily, Mrs. Clifford Barnes and family and Mrs. Harvey Fogo spent Sunday afternoon at the Jude Figgen home in Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fras- ier and family were Sunday dinner guests of her father, Mr. August Monty, at Bloom- ington, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Emerald Ost and family of Franklin, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carman Henry Carman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl German and Johnny and Brian Howard had ice cream and cake at the Gary German home on Sunday evening in honor of Pamela and Earl Garman's birthdays~ Presider~t, Grace Cristman; Secretary, Pat Hun*ter; and Treasurer, Betty McAtee. We sang "Help Me Find My Place". Delores read Prov. 31:10-31 "Godly Woman- hood". This is the 40th anni- versary of the Christian Gleaners. The next meeting will be Oct. 25. This is an all day meeting starting at 9:30. The Good Samaritan Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Cormick visited his uncle, Mr. pus life is great and is enjoy- and Mrs. Charlie Smith at ing his work as assistant Hastings on Sunday afternoon, sports editor for the college Mr. Smith had recently under- weekly paper, "The Reveille gone surgery. Echo". Mr. and Mrs. John Glea.,ion Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Also- spent Sunday in the Eldon brooks were Thursday even- Pugh home in Belleville. Mr. ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ~.nd Mrs. Terrill LeCleff and I Arby Cole. Lettie Korb was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker. was adjourned, Mrs. Viola Ross presented a program of slides she and her husband took on their trip to Jordan this summer. Mrs. Ross was able to tell us many interest: ing things about Jordan and the way the people live. At the next meeting Mrs Mar- iaua Switzer will tell about the Kabie Tour she took of Kansas this summer and show a few slides of Kansas industries. Lucy Circle Mrs. J. C. LeBow, Mrs. Ray- mond O'flara and Mrs. Dale Crangle presented the lesson to the I,ucy Circle' Wednesday !afternoon. The lesson was "Chrrstlan ann Muslim". Through the study, it was found that Islam is again on the move in a great mission- ary movement. Islam is chall- enging today the Christian world as it did in the seventh century. A skit, "A Conversation of the Muslim Missionary and the Christian Missionary" was I given by Mrs, LeBow and Mrs. Scotty and Mr. and Mrs. West Ostrum of Salina were also present. Rev. and Mrs. Olin Belt of Bennington were Sunday ev- ening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson and family. Mrs. CleI1 Hancock and Mrs. Claude Gutscher spent Tues- day in Beloit where Mrs. Han- cock showed her ceramics at the Mitchell County Craft Days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag were Wednesday evening sup- per guests at the Max Bow- nmn home in honor of Max- ine's birthday. , Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rothchild of Atkinson, Nebr, were weekend guests of her sister, Mrs. Barbara Howell. They all attended a family dinner at the Cecil Dunn home in Jewell on Sunday. Nelson Harris returned home Sunday from the Red Cloud hospital after spending the past 10 days there. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Platt and ;Mike were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nettle Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Over- i man of Loveland ,Colo. were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lund- strom and their daughter, Mrs. Chuck Parker, and Lori of Denver, Colo. were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Decker. The Lund- stroms were house guests of the Deckers for 3 days the past week. Due to the train wreck at Formoso they had to take them to Beloi.t to get a way back to Denver. Ray. and Mrs: G. R. Also- brooks were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon at the Mainlin- ~r Cafe in Beloit. Later in the evening they called on Mrs. Daisy Brandon. Mrs.' Douglas Gillett, Mrs. Homer Grubbs, Mrs. I)erald i ecker and Mrs. Robert Korb were Wednesday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Gale Tag- lay in honor of Faye and Ha- zel's birthdays. Lemon cake and coffee were served with favors of multi-colored bubble bath. Mrs. Dallas Caldwell was a Sunday dinner guest at the Stanley Johnson home. Douglas Gillett, John Abel and Don Modlin were Sunday afternoon callers at the Cecil Modlin home. Clinton and Bradley Kiehl were Saturday afternoon vis- toss of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heskett. Don Modlin attended a North Central Kansas District Weed Association meeting in Beloit on Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Fullerton and family of Superior were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Olivet'. Mrs. Ollie Moon was a Sun- day dinner guest of Mr. ann Mrs. Glen Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Frank-: lin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanderson were Sunday dinner! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grouthous at Smith Center. Mrs. Glen Paul, Mrs. Virgil Warner and Edith Folger at- tended the District W.C.T.U. State Convention at Phillips- burg on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Wilbure Smith and Sharon of Superior were Sun- Group will furnish and serve dinner. We will repair and pack clothes to send to Cookson Hills Christian School and Kiamichi Mis- sion. On Oct. 31 at 7:30 p. m. day afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers. the Gleaners will have a costume Halloween Party in the church basement. Delor- es Hines led us in closing prayer. Kiltle Club Entertained Mrs. Bud Hills entertained the members of the Kiltie Bridge Club in the party room of the Buffalo Roam Wednes- day evening. Oct. 13 Mrs. W. G. Hills, Mrs. Eldon Grout and Mrs. James Decl:er were guests. Mrs. W. G. Hills and Mrs. Grout received the high score prizes. Refreshments were served at a long table decorated with white mums in carnival glass goblets. The next meeting will be October 27 with Mrs. Gerald Kier, hos- tess. \ Chapter CN, P. E. O. Cranglc. Saturday afternoon callers at the Cecil Modlin home. Fourteen member,: were pre- I. Mrs. Dennis Garman Of Sa- sent. Plans were made frllina was a Sunday afternoon the "Phase 2" Study. RMrS.. Helen Murphy, Mrs. J. i'isitor of her grandparents, , Noel Runyon spent the week- end with his parents, Mr. and Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Miss Sandra Wilson, who is Mamie Lamb.. attending Bethany College at Jerry Runyon was a weez- Lindsborg, spent the weekend end guest of Homer' Smuck. at the home of her pare,vz, They accompanied Mrs. Hu-IMr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson. bert Jeffery to Wichita where Sandra accompanied her par they all attended the Friends eats to El Dorado a week ago yearly meeting on Saturday where they visited her sister, and Sunday. Linda, and brother-in-law, Mrs. Douglas Gillett took David Matousek. Linda, who Cindy France home on Tues- teaches iu the El Dorado high Shepherd and Miss Lucy Wiley were the hostesses for the afternoon. Mrs. Forrest Howard Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benbow went to Wichita on Tuesday where they attended the ses. sions of the Kansas Yearly Meetings of tile Friends. They stayed with Mrs. Lillie Ben- bow while there. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender will celebrate their 63rd wed- ding anniversary on Sunday, i Oct. 23, All of their children are expected to be here for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Frank- lin of New Castle, Ind., Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heskett. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis were Sunday dinner guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foster and girls at Phillipsburg. Jerry Median of Salina and Raymond Novak of Lucas were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Don Median and family. They spent the remainder of the weekend in lt~e Stanley Novak home in Lucas. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Morris and Patty Spatz spent Satur- day in Hays where they visit- ed Terry Morris and Dennis Spatz and attended the Hays- Washburn football game. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ross of ltaviland, Kans. were Wed- nesday afternoon callers at the Jake McDonnel home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oliver visited his brother, Mr. and and Mrs. Fred Sanderson and Mrs. Bernice Oliver and fam- Mr. and Mrs. Benny Reinert ily, at Morrowville on Sunday. and family were Thursday ev- They also called on his aunt, Chapter CN of P. E. O. Sis ening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Florence Congleton, at Wash- terhood met Tuesday, October Clarence Blew. ington, Kans. II at the home of Mrs. Clar- Mr. and Mrs. Erich Penner Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul vis- ence Loomis. Mrs. A. T. Men- and Mrs. Mamie Cockroft of ited at the Verlin Paul home Club met with R. Beeler attended in Concor Cockroft home. Mrs. Loyde Mrs. Ira Powell is helping Mrs. Newlin at her home dia to plan for the slate (:on- Garman and Lands were also care for her daughter, Mrs. --- Ocotber 12, with vention. Mrs. Kenneth Ball, callers. Wendell Snowbarger at Kings- present. Were won by Leona Parsons and Evelyn Ailene Shoemaker with gifts mystery sisters. were served meeting will be Logan at Ionia, Their Anniversary Mrs. Howard Kit- celebra- wedding an- dinner in the Bur- House in .Saturday evening, 'Mrs. Kitterman's E. H. Smies, of 'Yes the hostess at affair. Places the honor guests Bill, Joe, and Miss of Manhattan; John Stoles, Mr. Stoles, Mar- andJo, Bill' Smies all of and husen president, gave a report Mankato were Sunday after- in Red Cloud on Thursday ev- Mrs. O. A. Runyon, at Oak- of a meeting she and Mrs. Joe noon visitors at the Arthur ening, lay, Kans. Mrs. Albert Berry and Mrs. J. C. LeBow gave the program on P. E. O. Projects The next meeting will be a guest day at the home of Mrs. Brad ley Judy Tuesday, October 25. Desire Tobey Sears Chapter, N.S.D.A.R. The September 12 meeting was held at the Presbyterian ChUrch in Beloit. Hostesses were: Mrs. W. W. Weltmeir, Mrs. Ralph Dockstader, Mrs. Tweed Ross, Mrs. N. A. Ern- zen, and Mrs. R. H. Ober. The program was given by Albert Waugh, a retired cap- tain of the United States Navy. He had an interesting talk ]and slides on Sea Power and ]the Navy. Mrs. Weltmer, Con- stitution Chairman, asked that we display the American Flag during Constitution Week. Mrs. Joe R. Beeler gave the National Defense Report stressing the historical and patriotic arms of D.A.R. and urging Good Citizen Medals. The meeting of October 10 was held in the party room at the Buffalo Roam Steak House in Mankato. Hostesses were: Miss Irma Nixon Fred Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Var- and daughter of Lyons, Kilns. were Friday overnight i and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Runyon and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Pang- b(irn of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sackett of Lin- coln, Nebr. were Saturday af- lernoon callers at the Marie Everson home. Cliff Silsby underwent sur- gery at the St. Elizabeth hos- pital in Lincoln, Nebr. on Wed- nesday. His room number is 239. Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole vis- ited Miss Grace Cole at Mont- rose on Sunday afternoon. Let-i er they all called at the Or- land Boyles home in Court- land. Mr. and Mrs. Fred ,~ott!e and Mike and their daughter and husband of Wellington, Kans. and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Decker were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Derald Decker and Cheryl in honor of Mike's 4th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Terry German of Manhattan were Friday ov- ernight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee German. They aeeompan- ted the Garmans to on leaving soon for to watch the home-, 'Tilose,, lay, Kans. Mrs. Snowbarger broke a bone in her ankle. Mr. Powell spent the weekend in Hays where he attended the Hays-Washburn football game. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Frank- lin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanderson spent Wednesday and Thursday in Goodland, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Siebert of Aloha, Ore. telephoned their folks, Mr. and Mrs. itenry Sic- Lert on Sunday evening. Rev. Richard Brook, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suehsland and family were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. andl Mrs. En- cille Lewis and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wells Simpson were Sunday after-! noon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Underwood ahd boys. Mr. and Mrs. Carold Van Sehoiaek and Mrs. Opal Roe- sti spent Thursday in Hastings where they enjoyed seeing the Miniature American History Museum and the House of Yes- terday . A co-operative dinner was held Sunday at the Everett Reed home in honor of Merle Reed and Bruce Clegg who are service. Ads, Stanton was a day and is spending a few school, had two oil paintings, days in the France home help wood cuts and ceramics ex ing care for the new grand-ifibited in the annual sidewalk daughter, art exiiibit in FI Dorado, which they attended. SONYA LOUISE FRANCO Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker ---- took his mother, Mrs. Sam Mr. and Mrs. Dan France mar, Colo. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr. and Douglas Gillett. Mr. A. T. Mrs. Eldon Grout took Mar Thompson of Junction City is sha Grout to Linc,)~,~, Ncbr. the great grandfather. Sunday al'ter a vis;t at the hoHle of her |)arcllls, ~r. Had Mrs. Eldon Gr(.,~ Marsha is Sorosis Club study ng to be a (,e~dal tcch The Sorosis Club met at the nician. home of Ethel Powell on Tues- day, Oct. 4. Meeting was call- ed to order by the president, I Ruth Hanson. Roll call was ,~ ~.3' : ..... " " answered by eight members telling about their vacation. Minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary, Jennie Olson. The club is serv- ing meals at the Lamb Com- munity Ce9ter on election day in Limestone township. Anna Kohn and Fern Pair are the committee in charge. Grace Bennett was program leader. Ethel served a delicious lunch. The November meeting will be with Grace Bennett. --P.R.C. Lisa Carol Hodges Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hodges of Superior, Nebr. are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Saturday, October 15th, weighing 6 pounds, 11V2 ozs., who will answer to the name of Lisa Carol. The grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cardwell of Salina and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hodges of Man- kato. The baby has one great grandmother, Mrs. Maude McCurdy of Caldwell, Idaho. Mrs. Clyde McKay of Ar- vada, Colo., who is visiting friends at Jewell, spent Mon- day afternoon in Mankato at the home of Mrs. Glenn Hale. A Mutual Investnm~t Fund composed of securities se- lected for their possibilities of future GROWTH and i~- ~~ome. WALTER J. CAMPBELL MANKATO, KANSAS 66956 Res. Phone FR 8-3452 Registered Representative Columbian Securities Corp. Topeka, Kansas 66603 l~nm send me ~'~l~"tus lind d~Ncf1~' tl~ matari~ ~ tl~ K~t~ Fund. AddP-- I AT THE PHONE FR 83419 .. OPEN SATHRDAY & SUNDAY ONLY. Mr. and Mrs. Bill D~t~:: :: ,: i: : :' :::~; :, visited from Wedi~':~ til S nday at the home a daughter and family. and Mrs. Frank Dicker, at,. Boulder, Cole ..... Mr. and Mrs. Ra~m&d : Stahl of Columbus, Nebr. ware i:i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent: neth Bali for dinner at the Buffalo Roam Steak House last wt'ck oil their way horse f,'om Phoenix. ................ Arizona. : John and Bill Stoics Of Courtland were business call- ers iu Mankato Friday. : : Vickie Moon, daughter ~ Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moon had a tonsilectomy at villa Monday and came Tuesday. :! i: CARD OF THANKS ' We would like to take this means of saying thanks to our .... friends and relatives for the cards and visits and help off- ered and done while I was fin the hospital. It seems we take :: frien(ts for granted so often,: but when we need them, then ~ we really appreciate what they mean to us. Again wes~ thanks. 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