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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Novexnber 5, lgT0 Pag'a 4 . Seetioa I SOCIETY and CLU]SS (Items must be In by noon Monday) [ m Engagement Announced t o ~lgB~lYlJi Nebei-WMUe7 Z~r. and M~s. W~arren Nobel mmounce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia, to Scott Whitle~y, son of the tare Lel~y WhifleF and Mrs. whir- Icy of E~sbon. Miss Net)el and her fiance ave graduates o~ Esbon High SCh(~ol. The bride-to-be is at- tending Hu~chir~son Com*munity gtmior ~oEege. The prospective bridegroo,m attends Cloud Coun- try Jcmmr College. wedding date has bee~ set, orof the bride, and Jhn Mah- Top Prices- Every Friday At ' Our Sale Available Kemmer & Eck, Bebit sold 10 WF spring- er cows at the Sale in Mankato Friday, Oct. 30. They sold for $285.00 eaeh. The buyer was Kenneth Novak, Jamestown. Arnie Wells, Bdleville, Kansas sold6 WF Cows at the Sale in Mankato Friday, Oct. 30. The price was $18.60 per 100. Bob Craig, Concordia was the buyer. Young ~ Ck~b ~ive of us jam'neyed to the Pawnee Village, then on to the ,Argue ~tore at S~and~a ~ad reck to the Don~ Shop a Man- af w~s ,to make money fro" a trip ~ Texas. O~e Of the ~ays was~ cotlect ~be~s; another was ~o make ref~'tger~cor de- cals ~ tfelt. Plans are bein~ nmde for a paper drive. O~ioers ~ere dected by the Giv~ Scouts Sept. ~5. ~ney m'e as ~ollow~: P~a~ro~ a: ~atral Leader, Ka~'ina Da~cote; sis~trt~ 'P~trol Leader, Debbie ,~meen; Patrol 2:P~x~4 LeaU- er, Oam',.i~a Meyer; Asset Pan, of ~eadar, Gable ~ders~. --4~tby PowelL Troop Scribe. ~hrtz On Oct. ~6 1he Girl Scouts bad their ~-h~lI~ween party. We ha~d three guests {~vo ad~t ~ests and one gi~l. They Mrs. Vidd Hancock, ~s. Re~y Mz~Na~, and J~ulie Keeler. We p~ayed several d,i~e~en~ ~'nes. g~e_r~one had a g~od time. ~athia ~artin, Scribe. Corral Kansas Library system StarCtag Two New Services This Fall The Central Kansas L~bra.W System, a co0perat~ve organi- zation of Pt~bli~ libraries cover- ing a fiReea - county area, is beginning t~vo new services this fall. One is a l~-mi~iYneter sound fibn li,l~ary and the other is a ~a~kiug,book library for the Mind and yhysioa1~y handicap- ped. Librarians in the library sFstem are meeting in a series o~ ~0rkshops this week to fa, m- i~iarize themse~,~es ~Rh the new semSees. The workshe~ are be- ing held in Sn%th Center, Con- cordia, I~incol~ arm La(~rosse. Mr. D~an.e J~Imson, Mrs. Max Leek and Mr. Dona:.d Be,lander, Consultants ~or the library sys- tem are oonducting the work- shops with the assistance of Mrs. Douglas Zabel ~r~m the Kansas Sta~e Library for the kato. Mildred, being our hos- i~ind and the Physically Kandi- tess, served us avith rams and capped, ~ropeka. coffee. V,i.rgin~a avon the @uess The 16mxn fibrin av~ be on box. Nex~ meeting ave ~ meet loan from W:ichita P~blic Li- w~h Jackie ~ on Nov. '19. brary and witl be a~,ai'lable to ---~er. adult patrons of system mere- Buffet Lmachew ~rs. C~i~ford Ma~Ious of Bellevi~le, eth distrk, t president, K~F.W.C., entertained o~ficers af the district executive com- mittee and Mrs. Da~e Cm,a~_M, Mrs. Lowetl Yasmer, convention chairman and co-chairman, Mrs. W~er Boyles, s~a.te pac- ~lamentari.an, and Mrs. ~,ank W. Boyd, Sr. and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr., p~b~icRy chairman for the convention, mith a bLdfet lur#cheon in her room at the Dr~er Motel Tuesday. ManOrs of the execmi~e board i.nvRed ~:ere l~rs. W~tlia~ Du~ ave, president-elec~, Mrs. G4e~n Loflin, recording secretary, ,M~. Da~le Fortm~er, treama'- er, Miss ~n Carny, }unior director, a~d Mrs. Charles Staf- ford, corresponding secretary. A patriotic theme was carried out i~ the ta~e decorations. Favors ~ere att~acti~,e b~e g~ass vases hal.cling red, ~hiCe and b~ue strata flowers and R~ted candles, used as center- pieces on the quartet tames which ,were }aid wRh red paper cloths. I bar ,Iforaries. A~y question con- cerwing this servi~e sho~M be directed to your ~ca,l public libr ,a~y. . A sub-regional Talking Books Library for the blind and the p~sicai~ly handic~ is being e~ta~ished in ~ays, Kansas with the cooperation of the Kan- sas State Library, T(ovka and the Library of Congress, ,Wash. i~agton D.C. This service will ~pty material to anyone who cannot read ordinary print maC- eria~s. Machines for use with bhese recordings are aIso avail- able free of charge through the library system. Those persons ~no have been using this service from the Wolf. nor ,Library of St. Louis, Mis- souri wi~1 now rer.eive their ma- terials from the sub-regionsl li- braz-'F in Hays. tAny questions concerning this service should be directed to: Mr. David ~. ~r Ceatra~ Km~sas IAbra~y ~tern ~S~a.in Street Has"s, Kansas 67601 These ~two new services wi~l become per~aanest activities in the service program of the II III The four federated clubs of Jewell County wish to thank alt the business firms of Jewell County for their cooperation in making our Sixth District Convention a success. Burr Oak Excelsior Club Randall Progressive Club Formosa Athena Club Mankato Modern Minerv~ Club i i i This Bank Will Be Closed Wednesday, Nov. llth, in observance of Veterans Day VETERANS' DAY Now there are two "'snaggletooths'" in the family, what had trying to duplicate his own toothless grin! I smiled, remembering his first "jack-o'-lantern" and howled with fright at the eerie smile of the funny-faced and I had to work hard to convince him that "'jack.o'-Ianterns" Now, just a few years later, the "'jackoo'-pumpkin'" is one of delights. How easy it is to shape the attitudes of a little child. It and me that Jerry is like a Sponge, soaking up thoughts and the things we do and say. His points of view reflect our own. That's why we know how important it is for all of us to every Sunday. It was there we learned the love for God our every day. We want this dominion and joy to become a part4 life, too. Scriptures selected by the American Bible Society Copyright 1970 Keister Advertising Ser~i#' Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Philippians I John Matthew Acts Acts I Thessah 1:12-30 1:1-10 18:15-20 2:42-47 4:32-37 ..... EVANGELICAL' ~ CATHOLIC-CHURCH -~ LUTHERAN CHURCI! " MANKATO " Pastor Jones, Norway ~" Mass Schedule , L. Russell EIvIe Konovalsky, Organist, ~;undays ........ 8:00 a.m: ,Church Sc~ ~Worship Service . 8:45 a.nf -: ' " Sdndav Sc~s. 9:45 a.m. CATHOLIC CHINCH " Cbo~r, . . :~ .. ESBON WEtBBER UNITED WInter Schedule: L. Russell IV~--'THODIST CHURCH 8:30 a.m. at Esbon ' Verne Larch J. Silsby, Pastor 10:00 a.m. at Smith Center , ,Worship Pho~e S61-Z664 - Rep~bUe, Kanses ASSEMBLY OF GOD ~ ,C~mrch Ke/th MeKeown, S.S. ~ . G.E. Sndth~ Pastor ':t ~D ~.~ornhtg ~Worship .. 0:30 a.m. ~unday School .... 10:00 a.m.; Cedl Church School ~0:~0 a.m. Morning Worship : 11:00 a.m. Ionia: Special Children's Service , Worship -;~" - , in Basement Ii:00 a. m; Sunday NAZARENE BURR OAK Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Y.F .......... DavM Wilson, pastor Midweek Prayer Odessa: Morning Worship ......... 11:00 Service .......... 7:30 p.m, Worship ~vnday School ........... 10:00 ening Worship ~ ........ 7:00 .... : ~ .... Sunday Youth Service ........... 6:15 , SURR OAK CHRISTIAN '" :Wednesday Evening -~:.~. i~ _CHURCH ' FIRST ,=rW k. Neldehs,-MInlM~. i Larr.y J. ,Prayer Meeting ....... 7:00 ......... ' ' :Sunday Sehoo'~" 10:00 a.m~ UNION CHAIDEL Morning Worship . 11:00 a.ml ~vening UNITED METHODIST Jet Cadets, Service CHURCH .Monday ......... 4:20 p.m) MRi Week Earl Enyeart, Pastm" Bible Study, WednesdaY Sup~., Ralph Hoofo~ Ttl~ ........ 7:30 p,.m, Sunday School I0:00 ,a. m., ~r. High Youth, Ist & :Morning ,Wors,hi,p ~1:00 a,m., 3rd We~rue~cl~t3~ . 7:30 p.ml . Sr. High Youth, Is~ & "; Carl c~k|lfl~ . .~xt We}d~e.s~ys . 7:30 p.m! ESBON UNITED C.W.F., 3rd METHODIST CHURCH Wednesday ...... 2:~ l~.m~ ,Worship Earl W.nyeart~ Pastor Earl SHsby, S. S. Supt. !~orning ,Worship . 9:45 a.m, Sunday School ._ 10:45 a.m. A special day set aside in honor of all past and pres- ent members of the Armed ~F()RM~J'$o COMMUNITY Forces. CHUR___CH Charles Seamans,- Minister ESBON CHRISTIAN CHURCH Terry L. Neiclens, Mi~iate~ i Worshlp., 9:30 A.MI School .... 10:30 A.M.~ wmm~An MmmODL~ CHURCH Carl Pstto~ Pastor Herbert Jeffery, S. S. Supt. Sunday School .... 10:00 a.m. Sunday School at ...... I0:00 Worship Service .. 11:00 a.m. Worship' at .............. 1~:00 W. Y ................... 7:00 Friends Youth at 6:45 p.m. 'Evening Service ........ 7:30 Evening Worship at 7:30 Prayer Meeting, Preyer Meeting Wecln.esday at Wednesday ........... 7:30 _ 7:30 p.m. OLIVE HILL CHURCH R.R. 1 -Superior, Nebr. ,Rev. Gorman Foley, Pastor Youth Hour " Phone J~U 7-2293 "~ Bible Study RANDALL ........... CHURCH NOTES Gleaners, UNITED METHODIS'r 4th Ralph Jarboe, Pastor Womhip, 9:45 'a.m. Sunday School, 10:4,5 a.m.. CHRISTIAN :- Gene Snyder, P~tor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Worship, 11:00 a.m. N0rthbrs~ch Frlen~ls Church Jet CadetS, Wednesday , Dentonla Cht (7 mileS' Bible Classes '" War: For --H. Warren Hendershott, pastor ..... ' UNITEr s~' Ludlle Stazdey Sunday Worship Jr: M.Y.F., 3rd Carla and Nora It's a day for all of us to pause and express our grati- tude for their devotion and School ... 9:45 a.m Vernon Stone, S.S. Supt. Wars) 11:00 a.m. Sunday School .... 10:00 a.m; Sr. M.Y.F., 6:30 p.m. Church.Service .... 11:00 a.m. Mrs. Keith Evening Service .. 7:30 p.m, Youth Service .... 6:30 p.m. and ,Prayer Meeting Evening Service .. 7:30 p.m: .W.S.C.S., srd i "~[ffd .Bible Study Mid-Week Prayer ' Prayer ! (Wed.) "::L"" 7:30 p.m. Meeting, Wed... 7:30 p.m.' & 4th