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Thursday, November 22 TOPS KS 702-7:30 p.m. Thursday, November 29 WYW-Martha Dempsey TOPS KS 702-7:30 p.m. ~ellowship Meals Monday, November 26-Spaghetti/ Beef and Tomato Sauce, Peas, Garlic Bread, Peach Cobbler Tuesday, November 27-Roast Beef a~d Gravy, Potatoes, Mlxed Vegetables, Roll, Cranberry Applesauce Wednesday, November 28-Ham and Beans, Lettuce Salad, Corn Bread, Ice Cream Thursday, November 29-Over Fried Chicken, Potato/Gravy, Three Bean Salad, Roll, Dessert Friday, November 30-Golden Years Pot Luck HI) Meal Delivered }&tnkato Elementary Lunch Menu Thursday, November 22-NO ~CHOOL ~November 23-NO SCHOOL ~trlMonday, November 26-Plg In A Blan- Mashed Potatoes, Peas, Carrot P, Pears, Milk 13 TUesday, November 27-Enchiladas, ~_roccoli, Carrot Strip, Apricots, Spice ,~te. Milk Wednesday, November 28-Ham ~ttles, Mashed Potatoes, Tomatoes, APplesauce, No Bake Cookie, Bun, Milk ~ Tl~_ursday, November 29-Meat Balls, maShed Potatoes, Corn, Stuffed Cel- ery, Peaches, Bread, Milk Mrs. Ralph Waugh entertained the ~en3bers of the Trump It Bridge Club her home Wednesday afternoon, NOVember 14. The high scores were ~ by Mrs. Dale Crangle and Mrs. ,~Iph Stoops. The next meeting will December 12 with Mrs. J. R. White ~aStess. P. E. O. Auction ~ apter CN of the P. E. O. Sister- held the annual auction follow- | th ......... carried white crocheted baskets. ..... e .regmar meetmg a[ me LU- v_,, .... .~ ~t.~t...,~.~.~ -~-..t.. hie decorated in keenLn~ with aqua print tea length dresses. aa~flc~lvinv r o The groomwore a dark gray sult and br.-l-~: :"~-" . ..... his attendants were Darren Lorence, L,y~e ~ms was me guest aucuon- ~ ......... "the ~--- er for thp hnm~mad~ and hn~ hmlrdmt 14I. L:omns, ~OlO., Dromer Dim groom, ~swld~-g;geml~egggu~h'~ee a best man and Darren Meyer, Smith ~u~ assisted by his wife Pat ~'Mar- Center, Kansas, a friend of the couple densen who were In charge of the as groomsman. They wore dark suits. Ogram. Serving as ringbearer was Russell Yarnell, Lucas, Kansas, friend of the ~r. and Mrs. Doyle Alcorn have groom's family. He wore black slacks, nmklng frequent trips tovlsit her white shirt and black bow tie. ~ther Irma VanWey, who has been Ushers were Troy Conaway, Ken- t the hospital In Salina and now is in sington, Kansas, friend of the groom le Beloit Hospital. and Walter Schlatter, Smith Center CHRISTMAS- MIDGET .... VICKS 1.50L 179 CARDS 80HO 10 C0ml 299 Schlatter-Lorence The rural Oak Creek Christian Church of Lebanon, Kansas was the scene of the September 8, 1990 wed- dtng ceremony, uniting Sheila Schlat- ter and Dwayne Lorence in marriage. Pastor A. J. Ires, of Beaver City, Ne- braska received their vows. Parents of the couple are Ernie and Barbara Schlatter of Lebanon, Kan- sas, and Doyle and Wanda Lorence of Esbon, Kansas. Special guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alien, Lebanon, Kansas, grandparents of the bride; Mrs. Ruth Schlatter, Lebanon,'Kan- sas, grandmother of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lorence, Esbon, Kansas and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davis, Lucas, Kansas, grandparents of the groom. Music was provided by Lisa Herdon, Lebanon, Kansas, cousin of the bride, pianist. Rob Allen, Smith Center, Kansas, cousin of the bride and Ch- erly Sheridan, Concordia, Kansas, friend of the bride were the vocalists. The bride wore a gown of satin with a Queen Ann neckline with sllkvenise lace, seed pearls and sequins. The fitted bodice with basque waist, has motifs of silk venise lace. The short satin puff sleeves, has a satin cuffwith silk venise lace motifs The full satin overskirt is shirred and caught with bows and silk flowers. The peek-a-boo chantilly lace ruffle flowing into a chapel length train. A seed pearl and rhinestone headband forming a V over the forehead accented with sUk flow- ers and seed pearl sprays, held a double tier finger tip length vet of Imported English Illusion. Attending the bride was Trish Fo- ran, Smith Center, Kansas, friend of the bride, as maid of honor and Kim Schlatter, Smith Center, Kansas, sis- ter-in-law of the bride as bridesmaid. Theywore light mauve print tea length dresses. The bride and her attendants carried crocheted fans made by the bride's mother and flowers arranged by Klm Schlatter. Serving as flower girls were Crystal Bock, Hutchinson, Kansas, a friend of the bride and Tracl Pletcher, Portis, Kansas, cousin of the bride. Theywore light yellow tea length dresses and CHRISTMAS LIGHTS GL~ 0t llSg COWItS 3S C0tlm KODACOLOR FILM ~ I~16 I~. H~HISTIIIE 3:' * ' Mankato Professional Pharmacy Sale After Hours 24-HOUR PRESCRIPTION Store Phones ~.~ SERVICE 378-3183 or 378-3840 FREE DELIVERY SERVICE 378-3184 " ~..._-- -,. . Kansas, brother bride. Serving as the bride's personal at- tendant was Patty Meyer, Smith Cen- ter, Kansas, friend of the couple. RhondaBock, Lebanon, Kansas, friend of the bride, presided at the guest book. A reception-buffet supper was held at the American Legion Hall in Leba- non, Kansas. A three tiered wedding cake wlth four heart shaped cakes surrounding a fountain centered the reception table. Serving at the recep- tion table were Lonna and Donna Davls, Lucas, Kansas, Aunts of the groom and Sharlyn Long, Lebanon, Kansas, and Velma Befort, Topeka, Kansas, Aunts of the bride. Attending the buffet table were Tallie and Deena Pletcher, Perils, Kansas; Kristy Man- shelL, Lebanon, Kansas; and Wendy Diecker-Zeigler Sherece Dlecker and Brad Zelgler were married September 22, 1990, at the All Saints Chapel, Good Samari- tan Village, Hastings, Nebraska. Rev. William Spearman officiated. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dlecker of Lebanon. The bridegroom's parents are Rodney Zel- gler of Burr Oak and Deb Zeigler of Mankato. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Matron ofhonorwas Donna Dieck_er, slster-in-law of the bride. Bridesmaid was Sharon Diecker, also a slster-in- law. The best man was Ron Broeckel- man, friend of the bridegroom. Groomsman was Todd Zelgler, brother of the bridegroom. Other members of the wedding party were Heather Zeigler. the flower girl; Justin Diecker. rlng bearen Ter~ and Billie Roberts and Troy May WEDDING DATE November 23, 1990 To make your gift selection usler, they have registered their preferences in... MANKATO, KS. (913) 378-3068 Atwood, Lebanon, Kansas, cousins of the bride. Helping in the kitchen were Deb Hatfield, Esbon, Kansas, friend of the bride; Nola Bess Atwood, Esbon, Kansas; Beverly Mansholt, Lebanon, Kansas; and Elizabeth Pletcher, Per- Ils, Kansas, cousins of the bride. Help- ing at the gift table were Jody and Mindy Alien, Lebanon, Kansas, and Jennifer Scheel. Superior, Nebraska, cousins of the bride. The groom's parents hosted a sup- per before rehearsal in the cgyrcg basement for the wedding party. The bride is employed at Heartland Motors, Smith Center, Kansas and the groom is employed at Smith County Implement at Smith Center, Kansas. They reside In Lebanon, Kansas. Mark Dlecker, ushers; Aaron and Amberlelgh Dlecker, candlelighters; Dawn Bartlet. pianist; Mlchelle Co- ordsen and Tara Svaty. poem readers. Tara Svaty also attended the guest book. A reception honored the couple at Hoeger Hall in the Good Samaritan Village. Hostesses were Nellie LaRue, Mlchelle Coordsen, Sharla Hudson, and Tara Svaty. Jeanle Gilbert and Linda Clark were in charge of all the decorations. The bride is a graduate of Smith Center High School and is employed at EUeen's Colossal Cookies in Hastings. The bridegroom Is employed at Dlecker Construction, Hastlngs. Cause A Traffic Jam. Advertise In Newspapers. Newspapers: An Advertiser's Bread and Butter JEWELL COUNTY RECORD t HEDSTROM ~Y PHOTOGRAPHY Children's Christmas Portraits 1.8x10,2-Sx7 4295 8 - Wallet 2Vzx3V= ~ 24 - Wallet 1 ~/~x2V= Call for an Apt. Today 913-527-7129 Portraits ready for Christmas ~O WA/TA~I/./~ES 2014 Country Club Dr. Belleville, KS 66935 "Touched By A Rainbow" The flavors of great Kansas foods combine with the special flavor of the sunflower state to make a new cook- book a must for collectors' shelves. Cocktail Buffalo Meat Balls in Tomato- Wine Sauce made from Kansas wine and Amaranth Biscuits are Just two of more than 200 in the book. The cookbook will be available across the state in local retail grocery estab- lishments throughout the month of November. In December watch for "Touched By A Rainbow, Great Cook- ing FROM THE LAND OF KANSAS" in specialty gift shops. It is a limited edition offering. Give a glfl of Kansas or savor the book yourself. Kansas manufacturer's coupons valued at more than $30 fill the back of the cookbook. This special bonus gives consumers a cost savings on new and exciting products. The coffee table book features travel vignettes of Kansas sites. Written by Kansas resident Ron Welch the narra- tive gives a personal accounting of his travels across Kansas from northcen- tral to southcentral and from east to west. Welch paints a scenic picture of the sunflower state. "Touched By A Rainbow, Great Cooking FROM THE IAND OF KAN- SAS', is a cooperative effort from the state's food companies and the Kansas State Board of Agrlculture. FROM THE LAND OF KANSAS trademark food companies Joined forces to produce the new hard-cover, glossy book which highlights the diversity of the state's food processing industry. FROM THE LAND OF KANSAS is a registered trademark of the Kansas State Board of Agriculture. The trade- mark was initiated in 1984 and is available to producers and processors JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, November 22, 1990 Page 3-Section I of Kansas foods. The trademark program is a full service marketing effort to develop state pride, support and profits among pro- ducers, processors, retailers, food services, and consumers. For more information contact the Kansas State Board of Agriculture, Marketing Divi- sion. 901 S. Kansas, Topeka, Kansas 66612 - 1282. WEDDliV PREPARATION5 SIMPLIFIED See us for... Carlson Craft INVITATIONS ENCLOSURES NAPKINS THANK YOGS RECEPTION ITEMS ATTENDAHTS GIFTS JEWELL COUNTY RECORD c.A time for giving thanks For the i~ivilege of living and working in this community. For wonderful friendsand neighbors .Forsarving your insurance needs. May you all enloy s safe and happy Holiday W. R. "Hap" WiLton Phone 178-3298 NO S. Center - Menkato L~e a good n~ghbor, State Farm ~s there. ~ l i For Friends and Family... Home and Hearthside... Be Grateful! Pause in the midst of the fun and the feasting.., reflect for a moment or two.., and count up the things you're glad about. Probably they're the same things that inspired the Pilgrim Fathers: food, fellowship, and a sense of coring, sharing ond purpose. TnE ATE CHANGE BANK IdliNIIIrR FEDERAL, OEPOIIT INSURANCE C:ORPORA'rlON ~TO, KANSAS 66956 . n @