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PAGE 4A 5EWELL RECORD THD-RSDAY, : @>? /) {:/:- CALENDAR Thursday, Nov. 10 - Busy Bee Club - Marie Van Meter Kiltie Club - Mrs. Kenm, tll Bali Kensington Club - Mrs. E. C. Johnson Finesse Club - Mrs. Ralph Hamilton T & E Club - Mrs. Russell Hooker Friday, Nov. 11 - American Legmn and Aux- iliary - pot luck (linner 6:30 p. m. Monday,, Nov. 14 - D,A.R. - 7:30 P. M. Buffah) Roam Tuesday, Nov. 15 - American Legion Auxiliary Bridgette Club - Mrs. Ray- mond O'Hara Mankato E.H.U. Wednesday,'Nov. 16 - W.S.W.S. Lucy Circle - 2:00 P. M. - Mrs. Raymond O'IIara Marl Octo Club - Mrs. Wayne Wilson Thursday, Nov. 17 - Royal Neighbors - Pot luck birthday dinner. (;:3(I P.M. Flower Lovers Club - Mrs Ward Ozmun Thurs. Eve. Brid~e Chib - Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr. Minerva Club - Guest Night, 6:30 dinner - Buffah) R(lam Frldey, Nov. 18 - Bide-A-Wee Club - Mrs. John Bartholomew Thursday Evening Bridge Club The Thursday Evening BridRe Club met for a cover- ed di's h dinner Nov. 3 at the Iteme of Mrs W. G. Hills. Mrs. Frank Boyd. Sr. and Mr a~td Mrs. Bill l)auber were ~sts,"The high scores were won by Mrs. Boyd and Mrs I I Hills. The next meeting will be Nov. 17 with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr., hosts. Bridgette Club Entertained Mrs. Curtis Folsom enter- tained The Bridgette Club witll a dessert bridge at her home Tuesday, Nov. I. Nine members and , seven guests were present. Mrs. E. B. Beam and Mrs. W. G. Hills received the prizes. The next meeting will be Nov. 15 with Mrs. Raymond O'tlara. hos- tess. Mankalo Garden Club The Mankato Garden C|ub was entertained at the home of Ruby Colson with Ellen Nollor as o) h,)~tess. Thirteen members answered roll call. 'The progran~ for the )neetim.* was Cilristmas decorations. A few were on display. A goner al discussion was held on how things could he rnade. A game of bingo was played, after which refreshments of cake and eorfee was served by the hostesses, The next meeting will be the Christmas party with Vivian ()st on 1lee. 5. Entertains At Bridge Mrs. Hazel Harris entertain- ed four tabh, s of hridge at. tile Buffalo Roam Steak Ih)use Salurday evening. Winners m- elud(,d Bulah Folsom. Eva Waugh, Maxine Fair and Mrs. Frank W. Boyd, St. Mystic Circle Club On Nov 2. the club met at the tmme of Emaline Shiveley. 'rwelve members were present to answer roll call with stories or verses. We missed Beulah Heisz. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approv- ed. Bess Mocker read a nice letter from Beulah }{eisz. The hostess gift from Jenny Olson to Emaline was a pretty terry ('loth apron. Ema]ine had two guess hexes won by Bess i, // > ( :# i i:i~ :) ;7 // :i> - --- Waneta Dillon, 447 S. Kans., daughter of Lela Dillon of Burr Oak, and Quinton H. Brown, of Agnes Brown, R. R. :] Kans. were united in Oct. 29, 1966 at 2:00 In. at.the First Church el in Salina, Kans. Wendell Miller officiated double ring ceremony. Mrs. Marvin Curran, of Sa was the organist and ac- the soloist, Larry of Salina. bride, escorted by her Dale Smith, wore a bal goWn of Chan- :t~vpe lace fashioned with a bodice, long tapered a sabrina necldine. pearls and bride- and, a bell skirt. A crystal trimmed her shouhlor hmgth .illusion. She carried ~ndkerchief belonging to !~ gr~a$, grandmother Mur- i,and wore a single strand gift of the groom. ~arried a cascade bouquet roses and skirt with unpressed folds and a small handrolled flower at ~he waistline. Her headpiece ::onsisted. of a single large handrolled flower with a matching short veil of maline. Mr. Walter Bourbina of Abi- lone, friend of the groom, was ~)est man. Ushers were I)oug- as McNichols of Burr Oak, Perry Beemer, Hartford, Mike Dillon, Mankato, and Mike Bourbina, Abilene. Tile candlelighters were Jo %an Abel of Colorado Springs, Colo. and Kathleen MeNichols ~f Burr Oak, Ringbdar~, Wbs Brent McNichols of Burr Oak. The flower girl was Tina' Boomer of Overland Park. i A reception following the ceremony was held at the El- more Cafeteria with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Tunnell of Salina as hosts. The bride is a graduate of Burr Oak High School, Burr Oak, Kans. She is employed as a secretary at Asbury Hos- pital, School of Nursing, Sa- lina. The groom is a graduate of Dickinson County Community tIigh School, Chapman, Kans. with tulle and sat-tie is employed by Kooken Mrs., G. F. Abel of Electric, Inc. of Abilene as an pring, ~ Colt)., sister [lectrical control panel build- bride, was matron of l er. ~ha wore a short bronze I After a wedding trip to dress with a fitted bo ] Lake of the Ozarks, the couple ; short sleeves anti scoop[will be at home at 447 S. 8th, It featured a full lSalina, Kans. Meeker--a jiffy cake mix, and Ruby Hale, a box of Brillo soap pads. We played two question and answer games. Prizes were won by Lucy Wi- ley and Jenny Olson. We planned our pot luck dinner for out' Christmas meeting to be at the home of Marian La Rue, the 7th of December. Our hostess served us a delicious hmeh of salad, sandwiches and coffee. All had a lovely time. --Marian LaRue, Reporter. SEAMANS-SPATZ Miss Donna Seamans, daugh~ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Seamans of Mankato and Mr. Dennis Spatz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz. of Burr Oak were united in marriage Saturday, Nov. 5, at 10:00 a. m. at the First Christian Church in Mankato. Rev. Michael ttines offieiat ed at the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with haskets of assorted flowers. The organist, Mrs. Michael Ifines. played before the cere- mony. The bride, given in marriage hy her father, wore a blue two pieced dress, ller veil of white illusion fell from a double crown tiara of pearls and au- rora borealis crystals. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink carnations and lily of the wdley with laee hm and ribbon su'eamers. Her only jewelry was a string of pearls and pearl earrings, a gift of the groom. Miss Patty Spatz attended the bride as maid of honor She wore a gold twopiece dress, tier corsage was a lav ender mum. Bob Spatz. brother of the gr(iom, served as best man. Both wore dark suits. The mother of the bride wore a royal blue jacket dress with black accessories and a cor sage of white pore pons. The mother of tile groom wore a blue three-piece outfit with blue accessories and a corsage of white pom pons. Following the ceremony the wedding party and guests drove to Burr Oak where they enjoyed a combination recep tics and dinner at Zetta's Par- ty Room. The long table was decorated with white tapers and blue flowers. The three tiered wedding cake decorated with pink and white with an arch and white bells was made and decorated by Mrs. Ralph McCorkle. After a short trip the couple will be at home at 2513 Gen. Hancock, Hays, Kansas where they both are attending cob logo. WILLIAMS-LALUK Miss ~/udy Williams of With. ita. Kans. and Ton)/ Laluk of Mankato, Kans. were married Nov. 3, 1966. by Roy. Rose of the Harmony Methodist Church, at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gabr4el Nejeschchleb. They left at once for their new home in Norfolk, Va. Celebrate $0th Anniversary An open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. William M. Payne of 1613 Remington Street on their golden wedding anniversary was held from 2 to 5 p. m. Sunday, Oct. 2 at the home of their daughter, Mrs. L. R. Johns of 1104 Ellis Street. Miss Elsie Viola Smith a~d~ William Payne were maned Sept. 30, 1916 in Mankato, Kan. They farmed near Burr Oak, Kan. until 1935, when they moved to Boulder. Payne was employed by Boulder County. In 1953 they moved to Fort Collins, where Payne has been associated with Johns Office Equipment. He is now semi- retired. They both enjoy gar- dening and fishing and he is a 29-year member of the Boulder Elks Lodge. The couple had two daugh- ters, Ernestine, who died in infancy and Mrs. L. R. Johns (Dorris). There are two grand- children, Mrs. Robert Bartlett of Houston, Tex. and Richard Johns of Fort Collins. Out-of-town relatives who came for the anniversary event were Mrs. Payne's sis- ter, Mrs. Cuma Moore of San Francisco, Calif. and Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett of Houston. Rel- atives visiting at the Payne residence earlier in the week were Mr. and Mrs. Harve Kern of Edmonton, Alia., Can- ada, and Mrs. Lloyd Long of Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Kern Long is the local couple's niece. (Taken from the Fort Col- lins paper.) Mrs. Don Ward of Kansas City, Kans., Miss Arleta Sea- roans of Emporia and Miss Elaine Seamans of Cimarron were home to attend the wed- ding of their sister, Donna, to Dennis Spatz on Saturday, NOV. 5. (i[