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October 20, 1966     Jewell County Record
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October 20, 1966

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: ' ..... '~i ~,, ::~:,: .: .... , ....... ,,.,: :ff/: i / ,, .:~ "_: .F "-~ileen Nelson of' George on Augusl Methodist du fin;; ceremony. Miss the daughter qf and the of Rule- is the s~m The bride, given in mar- riagc by her brother, Larry A. Nelson, chose a p~u-de- sc2:: ,#~,:,:n fashioned with an emoire beaded bodice, long ta1,::x d sh;,~ves, h bateau r;tcklizm a,~(l stem sheath :.;t,:Srt v;;th an over skirt that sw:.pt into a chapel train. Sht: wore a crown of pearls from wk~ch a veil of silk ill- ur:i,,m fct! to her shoulde,s. and Dave Fearing, cousin of the groom. For her daughter's wed- ding, Mrs. Nelson wore a dress of blue lace over taf- feta accented with a blue hat and purse. Her eorsa,,,.e was of pink feathered earn.- tie;is and sweetheart roses. Mrs. Dempsey chose a beige shell-knit sui,t with apple- green accessories. Her ear- sage was of gold feathered carnations and tropieana roses. Presiding at the guest book was Mrs. Kathie Had- dock, friend of the couple, and attending the gift table were Mrs. Carole Jarrett,! Mrs. Janiee Mote, and Mrs. I Patsy Bina, all cousins cd the bride. Mrs. Arlene Fe~ar- ing, aunt of the groom,,,'and Mrs. Mildred Collins, aunt of the bride, were pourers Gerald l,':qi:.~.: Ne!.,~o,~ carried a silk at the reception. Servers Manka, to. ' [llt;}~i:]:~.i'd that her grar'~dmother were Mrs. Lucille Nash, ceremonv lNelson carried at her wed- aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Rev. Ja~tlcii~.g fifty-four years before. Norm, Gramzow, cousin of an alt~{rlHer bridal bouquet was a the bride. baskets of cascade of white roses, ste- The bride is a 1963 gradu- ,,,Elmarie Nelson p.mnotis and angel leaves, ate of Goodland High School appropriateI Miss Michell Pankratz, and a 1966 graduate of As- She sanqtcousin of 1he bride, acted as bury Hospital School of You,", "O[flower girl. She wore a floor Nursing in Salina. The and The, length ,~iown of ,qua-blue de- groom is a 11)63 graduate of aecom- I h.lstered satin fash,!oned af- [ Mon trose Rural High School, ttouseltcr the attendants gowns, land is presently attending ]Lynn Nelson, brother of the lKansas Wesleyan UniverSity noon. Soioist Was Miss .IudyI wore green tinted bouton- Behr.~nds~ frie~.d of tee bride, l l~ieres. The ushers were Dal!( of ~Webber, Kans. who sang las Montgomery of Tulare, ',',Q;m Hand, One Heart" and I Calif., brother of the bride, 2i'he Weddiug Prayer". SheIand LeRoy Hopkin, Colum. Linda Smith, friends of the bride, Barbara Clark, cousin of the bride, and Sharon Mar- tin, sister of the groom The bridal table was serv- ed by Carol Oldham and Janet Laird, friends of tbe bride. 3he beautifully decorated wedding cake was made by Mrs. , Raymond McDowell and ~as cut and served by Mrs. Lawrence Leece. The punch was served by Mrs. Lyle Clark, aunt of the bride, ment for their September per for the meeting. Election of officers is the dock were as follows: Marilyn In- large trucking termill, president; Pat Rath- has worked for bun, vice-president; Lindcll al years and has a Wood, secretary; Bernard ble position Leece, treasurer; 'Denny Reed, reporter; Alvin Web- bet, parliamentarian~ Mark Intermill, song leader; and Barbara Roe, pianist. Denny Reed gave a project talk on Sheep Marilyn Intermill F~ ~UtB~SH~' gave a demonstration "Ex- PRIZESl ercise for Health" with the o .( AND MRS. JN GUNTER I PLEASUREFOR US TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY riCH THE BUILDING MATERIALS FOR THIS BEAU. RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. A Little Voice Goes a Long Way There was a time,:lOlng ago, when it took real lung-power to m ike yoursctf heard on the telephone. And you had to listen'closel2 to make out what the other party said. The problem, was transmission--getting your voice from here to lhere. Today, it's easy to hear and be heard. In fact, tots and telephones get along fine, whether it's a Long Distance call from grandmother across the or just a chat witha youngster down the street. because a little voice goes a long way--clearly and tinctly. Continual improvement in the transmission! your voice is one way Southwestern Bell makes your phone service--already the world's best--even Manager Phone Pit 8-3243