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1988 /EWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS Sale Comm, I Celebrate Golde....~n Wedding .'7----" . . I Even Kansas weather, which n,KatoLw.estCklat times is most erratic, co- , had.a .b,g sa!eloperated fully on Nov. 13, 1966, :~atn:lney sol Olproviding a beautiful Indian v~_.stncuy cattJelsummer day for the obser- t,eclat sale [or o , Thes~ cattle[ vance of Mr. and Mrs. Ge rgc , .... e.... |Haggart's Golden Wedding. ~';w%l~.y ~V~it~ahr~rll'[ George Hagga,'t and I,illic and Smith Counw'lLichty were married Nov. 1,5, dl , ~ Used by 71 buyers| 1916 at the Evangelmal parson 11 ~ "t~r~hr ".andl age in lowell by the Rev C 8a~ ...... ~ a....I |J. Eiselein. They began their | married life on the farm in 0"- |Brownscreek township wtlieh r tHANKS i they had purchased prior to I 1'--- .... I their marriage and which was IRe to thank thoseltheir home until 1960 when jr he cards while 1/they moved to Jewell. hospital at Sal!na[ Many relatives and friends ~e. cards and glftS,|cooperated in making their ira, rag name. "ra/50th anniversa,'y a very mere , .a. , /arable one. The day's fcstivi --llarry Shuck. I ties began with the faro ly 1~------- Igroup attending tim E.U.i~. [ Church in Jewel1 where George . ---" land Lillie arc faithful mcm- ~tble for Cub and BoY lbers. Miss Marilyn R, oss, liun tiers wits held Tues-leer o1' Harold Topliff, the cou ring, Nov. 15 at the lple's grandson, was soloist for C0mmunity Building. l the service. Immediately fol 15 Cub Scout lead-l lowing this the group went to ters, Den Mothers[the Christian Church where .'men present. AI-IMr and Mrs. Elwyn Topliff were 10 Boy Scout anti Harold were hosts at a de ; Gift Shop had lie[pus meal served by the ty at the Round- :ladies of that church. Guests Scout leaders. A included the honored couple, crafts that 36 Cub Scouts Was set up by Jean Certificate of Re- for completing the goal for Pack 36 to Cubmaster Hamilton by Joe District Execu- soft drinks and ; were compliments lankato Lions Club. Presented program and closing err- ;for Den and Pack --Reporter. Boyd and Friends: been one summer and Bill Freeby. son-in-law, Lt the Cal_ Ida Lum- 'ell from top of a 50 n on fire. Looks like Sight in half of his and his left shoulder knee sure bothers him. Our oldest daughter, a gall bladder and a very short her husband, Gee. a heart operation away. over 71 years an appendix op- 29. After 2 weeks I am home and O. K. Viola, our Mrs. Viola Placerville, had last week on one ;, She is at home now Mr. and Mrs. George Haggart, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lici]ty, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Liehty, Mrs. Veva Haggart, Mrs. Gladys Treffer, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson and Arlene, Miss Marilyn Ross, and Rev. and Mrs. Paul Life and Donna. At 2:00 p. m. the social room of the E.U.B. Church became a beehive of activity as friends came to offer congratulations and share in the joy of this happy occasion. Fall flowers decorated the room and a beautiful three-tiered, gold and white cake made a most at- tractive centerpiece for the tea table from which cake, punch, mints, and nuts were served during the afternoon Mrs. Marjorie Hipolite baked IS not well and I won- Pretty hard for a take. was a son of who passed time ago. My son, 48 years away Father's fine men, who attacks. araily members, who , Will be home for lag. everyone good hal- Send greetings to Freeby, Box 2645, Calif. 95603 THAN KS express my thanks and relatives for visits during my Joseph's Hospital home. A to Jennings Bar- Shoemaker and helping me at ray accident. Also, to Don Reling, and Joe Muck for of my farm work. greatly appreciat- --Don Van Donge. ~_____ Tex.--Helen Nich- Mich., Mrs. Har- Clairs, Wis., Mankato, Hardeman, La. were among club contes- Tex. the first tournament and at McAllen plan! days away from and served the cake. Mrs. Wendell Intermill and Mrs. Otis Jarvis assisted her with the serving. Pouring punch and coffee during the reception were Mrs. Veva Haggart, Mrs. Gladys Treffer, Mrs. Lewis Lichty and Mrs. Wayne Han- son. Mrs. Arthur Lichty and Miss Marilyn Ross were in milks, Superior, Nebr.; Mrs.I Veva Haggart, Galva; thel Wayne Hanson family, Downs. i Mrs. Maxine Ben, Mrs. Hel- en WcsselowsM, Arnold Schell-, Home Towner ingcrs, the Byron Loades faro- Monda" mornin" Nov 21 .1 , . ' Y t~, -- [7' Clelu(Ord. Kulps, the Max Foggy and damp. Visability ,t,,utuo,: ,a~n,Jy. lvirs( harley about three blocks. Tempera- %PieS, l'~l'e(l ,lorgensens Don- ~ , , , : ture~ high 30 s. No breeze and aid Jones l{oy Mowers Mrs. .... ' ....... '.,, beginning to clear just a httle ,(;(,,'~ n i:~,',u ner, roues ~,,en, at 9:30. liver i,url)ons, Earl Knarrs mid Jennings Lowclls all of Mr. and Mrs. Ed StansDury: Beloit ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross anu Max Nisewenders, Frank Mrs. Delia Heldt spent Sun~ Manns lind Nell l)urhams of day aft.e/'noon at the home at Seottsville; l,awrence Rileys the ladtes' brother, Mr. John I) S Wri qlts Gus Rt muses' Osborne and Mrs. Osborne. aH(I MHx ~)wells, Glen Elder; Mr., and Mrs..Bruce Ayers the Roy Goddit g '~ nily l)csh and Saundra, RKrhard Leece h,r Ntlbr Mrs F W +ilford and Miss Connie Purscll were Ctlneordia; l,eon Tavis' and supper of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Virgil Knarrs, Lincoln, Nebr.; Leecc. i Mrs. l,ola Weseman Hastings Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Page Nebr" Mrs Edilh t~angc Rind of Oklahoma City were visit- iChlud, Nebr.; I)enisc i)ahl ing at the home of their aunts, Webber; Robert Bourbons oi Mrs. Delia Heldt and Mrs. Le- Wichita. tha Vale, last Friday. They Mrs. C. V. Gann Garnett" stopped in Concordia on their I M/'s. E..I. Kehh.r. ~/etawaka" iway home to visit an aunt. William I]al(twin family Galen Horace Osborne and son and iThaekens, n(I Mrs. Arvil Bald- a couple of men who acompan win, Salina; tlarry Moyers, ~icd them from Oklahoma City, Cawker City; Kcith Rileys as- enjoyed some pheasant hunt- borne; and the Don Johnson ing here the past weekend. ~l' " ) ' "olo ,Horace Osborne stayed one emily, 1 envet, C . ........... night with his sister, Mrs. Des- Happy Hour Club sic Stansbury and her husband ....... :at Formosa and he and his son Guest l)ay for the ttappy spent another night with his l{our Club was held at thebrother, John Osborne. They Ckmde Frost home Wednesdayreported fair luck getting their alternoon with eight members hunt of pheasants. and five guests, Mrs. GlenMr. and Mrs. Richard Bag- 1)odd, Mrs. Harry Kindler ley spent Sunday with home Mrs. Doyle Jeffers, Mrs. Hen- folks and enjoyed Mom's cook- ry Fickel and Mrs. Larry ing at the Quentin Leece home. Welch. Due to the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Van both president and vice-presi- Meter, Mr. Floyd Landreth, dent, Mrs. Leo Mizner presid- and Mr. Bill Newman of Law- ed. The club song was led by rence came up for pheasant Mrs. ttarold Beam. We werehunting over Saturday and sorry sickness kept some of the guests from coming. The treasurer reported over $20 in the bank. Mrs. Claude Frost announced that the retarded children's association at Smith Center were needing volunteer aids and finances Any amount of cash would be welcome. Mrs. tiilton won the guess box and the rest of the after- noon was spent playing travel- ing bingo. Those who took the! prizes were Dorothy Dodd, Lu- lu Fickel, Nina Beam, Vera Vrost, Lila Mizner, Carol Kindler, and Vyonda Welch. Refreshments of strawberry dessert, crackers and coffee charge of the gift table on were served. The meeting ad- which were displayed many journcd to meet with Mrs. lovely gifts. During the after-]Bryce Dodd on Dec. 14 for noon, Wayne Hanson took col- their Christmas meeting. ..... L. F., Reporter. 3rd Grade Brownies Our Nov. 21st meeting was held in the Methodist Church basement. Teresa Seirer and I)urci Blccha held the flags while we said the flag salute and t3rownie Promise. Spin the I)ottlc was played and re- freshments were served by Debbie Hcskctt. Carolene Lange was our Birthday Qu6en for the 1)ay. Thanksgiving tur- keys were made. A Thanks- giving card, signed by the Brownies and leaders, and a turkey were given to our Brownie Bee Friend, Mrs. Bes- sie Schlutow. Thank you cards and gifts were brought for Mrs. ,lean Ilamilton, who has been a great help and devoted much time to us. We adjourned with the Brownie Tunnel. --Reporter. CARD OF THANKS [ want to thank ;ill my friends and relatives for the nice gifts, cards and calls while 1 was in the Belleville hospital. I also want to thank l)r. Sehlotterback and the nur- ses. .... Frank Frazier. Rcv. and Mrs. J. C. Mus- grove came Monday evening from Fort Collins, Colo. to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. Gall Bliss. They drove to Manhattan Tuesday afternoon for a short visit with J. C.'s folks, returning Wed- nesday morning to be here for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Loomis, Mrs. A. T. Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Eaton, .Mr. and Mrs. Jerry David, Gordon Murray, Robin Chil- cott and Lynn Scarrow were among those who attended the ored pictures and added then1 to the interesting items on dis- play, which in the days ahead will be pleasant reminders of this special day. The K.Y.L. class of the church, with Mrs. Eldon I)al rymple as chairman, assisted in the kitchen. Also lending a helping hand in returning the trays to the kitchen were: Brenda Clark, Donna Life, Bet- ty Bourbon, Joycelyn Kemmer- er, Susan Dalrymple and Wan- da Oplinger. The couple's daughter, Ruby, and her husband, Elwyn Top- lift, were hosts for the recep- tion. They were assisted by Lewis and Arthur=Lichty, Em- erson Worick and Joe Fobes, Leonard and Vernon Treffer greeted callers at the door; and by Mrs. Lloyd Mowers, Mrs. Ezra McCollough, Mrs. Kenneth Braden, Mrs. Joe Fobes, Mrs. Leonard Troffer, and Mrs. Russell Oplinger, as hostesses. Three hundred and fifteen friends and relatives were registered by Harold Top- liff and Arlene tlanson. Two hundred and seventy-five cards were received, and telephone calls from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Arno Smith and family of Cal ifornia; Mr: and Mrs. Franklin Lichty and family of Kansas City, Me., and Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson and family of Or- egon added much to the en- joyment of the day. All of the brothers and sis- ters were present with the ex ception of Mrs. Henry (Addle Lichty) Thompson of Vallejo, Calif. The imediate family ga- thered at the Haggart home for lunch and a time of reminis- cing at the close of a truly "Golden Day," rich in renew- ed friendships, warm greet- ings from friends seldom seen, and fond remembrances of 50 treasured years. Out-of-town guests were Mr. contests to go and Mrs. George Putt, Arthur to Mexico, the Lichtys, Lewis Staffords, Rollo orange and Millers, the Robert Kemmerer Orchards, King family, Mrs. Robert Wilson, vegetables, and Iden Chilcotts, Mrs. Neita trips. Jones, the Gerald Saint ram- ily, C. R. Thompsons, and Otis Saint, all of Mankato. Mrs. Ezra McCollough, Roy Wallaces, Clark Oplingers, Guy Robbins' and Mrs. Lyle Flinn, all of Randall; Clair Henning- sens of Parsons: Lewis Lichtys of Mansfield, Me.; arian Hac- ketts of Hutchinson; Miss Man- tie Haggart and Mrs. Ray Hod- gell, Topeka; M. H. Kissingers of Formosa; Mrs. Kenneth Teaehworth and Jason Lowder- Partin-Reager wedding in Staf- ford Sunday. Mrs. E. B. Beam will have as her guests for Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Phillips of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Kissel of Norton and Mr. and Mrs. George Walters and Jon of Emporia. Mrs. Roy Reager acompan- ied her sister, Mrs. Guy Van- over, and Mr. Vanover to Winston, Mo. Tuesday to at- tend the funeral of a sister, Pearl Reid, who died Sunday from injuries received in a l car accident. Merl Reager Reager spent Stafford, Karts. with a re- Saturday even- Tea Room in their son, bride to be, Partin, whose on Sunday Methodist Sunday and stayed at the home of their cousin, Chester Van Meter. Mr. Landreth is the husband of the former, Donna Lee Van Meter, who grew up near Lovewell, and moved with her parents, Mary and Willie Van Meter, to Law- rence. Mrs. Mary Van Meter is living alone and has one little girl she is still caring for. Mary spent many years car- ing for children in her home running a child care service and helping working mothers some time before the present children's nurseries were es- ;ablished. She has given un- told service to many children and we are happy to know she is still able to continue this work she loves, even though it be on a smaller'scale. Larry Lovewell and children were tm~ying a'~few days at their cottage here in Lovewell this weekend. Larry is now on the Salina Journal, Staff. While driving home from the Van Wey home recently we suddenly came on two wild turkeys at the north end of the :Riehle bridge on the White Rock. Others have reported seeing birds as far east of the Lake Bird and Wild Life Re- fuge in Republic County. Mrs. Gladys Van Meter re- cently received word that her brother, Russell Peele, of i Starr, Ida. has been seriously ill with pneumonia and other complications that are giving his family some concern. Rus- sell was a former Lovewell boy and attended high school here. We were happy to read the note in last week's paper from E. Itugh McNichols of Meri- dan, lda. and learn he was still enjoying the Record and Jewell County news. Hugh was a very successful superintem dent in our first old high school building on the hill for five years. Should he happen back to the old home town now, he would notice the vast difference that irrigation can als and the removal of houses from town and the many farms has made. Although it is a little early--this message comes from old friends here. "Good health, happy Thanks- & . gwmg and merry Christmas, Hugh, from all of us." Every- one would enjoy a visit with /ou, should you pass this way. Two of your former students, Ivan Warren and Quentin Leece, are grandads now. Quentin has six children and eight grandchildren. Ivan has two sons and two grandsons. Quentin's oldest son, Richard, is through his term tl~ the ser- vice and farming at.%01Tle o~ our old home place ~orth of town, and the youngest, a boy of 12, is still in school. The other 4--married. Ivan has two sons, the oldest, Rodney, farming and Douglas, the younger, married and in the service, stationed at the pre- sent in Stuttgart, Germany, but hoping to soon be moved to Manheim, where people speak English and have Eng- lish speaking radios and TV's. Doug is in the mechanic divi- sion and is crew chief over a plane 'assigned to him. Thought' ou might enjoy checking up i on them. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Warren were shopping in Bellevflle on = 'i L , ,, +'! ' ' (:, : ' i ': : Monday afternoon. [Mary Lou furthered the ha- held their annual family re-leomfortable chairs fur- Friends of Clinton Reynolds [ terest of her talk by show- union at the park in Super- [ nished to supply comfort for are pleased to hear he is mak- I ing slides of the heart and Jar on Sunday.I all. ing a fairly good recovery ]the different changes caus- Mr. and Mrs. Fred RossI ----------- from a recent accident. Some led by rheumatic fever. Plans and daughter, Evalyn Con- . ........ of the men of the community[for Craft Day and Achieve- nell, were dinner guests oil v r=, lnu mrs; teve.,*,nrens - ann r~la,ne el lvtannattan wm made fence around hm stalk lment Day were dmcussed, thmr other daughter, Mrs.[ ......... - come weunesaay m spena me fmlds last Tuesday while an-[Members present were the Armalean Whitney and fam-[ ..... ' ..... !~:id~ " " I PFD~!~d~c~ ~rM:~b] a!U:~aHrB:ii!~ io!iid" Supv~:rr Sy~?ayi Thyz , ~';rk'-'[;r"an~aftl;n'~:'~t~ 'h.' " oTnan'sglvlng vacauon wlm gtb~Upp:;tove hi; thtetle a ' ;~ ,;lt;'~:, Mr. and Mrs. Hat,. "" i Y g P I "" Labor Day, Sept 5th--A[Warren, Lois Smies, Mary visit. I ........... beautiful dav, a little on thelLou Swanson, Betty Rey- A happy family reunion of|Muscatine, Iowa----l)onald L. warm side-skies filled atlnolds and KatherineWar- Switzer-Waren relatives was lAnderson son of Mr and Mrs times with' floating clouds,/ren. After enjoying light re- held at the hospitable farm lt{obtlri A'n(ierson, a'1962 grad then sunny again This con-lfreshments and visiting, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hughluate of the Burr Oak High dition has prevailed the past/guests mostly all left m a Gill[an, south of Hardy, Neb. ISchool in Burr Oak, Kans., is week and-brought several/qu.ick down pour of rain that The reunion was in honor ()1' I era'plied in the "Feed and Fer- rains mostly at night. The[came up across the hills Mrs. Freda Haas and daugh- I tilizer Marketing" program continuation of these show-f from Lovewell. ter, Sandra, from California. [offert,(l by Museatine Commun- ers and one good hard rain[ We failed last week to Those present were Mr. andl ily College, Muscatine, Iowa. last Thursdav o m brought[mention a surprise and en-I Mrs. Myron lntermill, Marl-[ The program involves class- a total of almost 2% inches[joyable wmt we had a week lyn and Mark, Webber; Ran-Iroom instruction and on-the- of moisture this past week [ ago last Saturday when a car ald and Ellen Warren, Troy, [job training. The first of five Fields may be a little soft/stopped at our gate and Mr. Kans.; Alfred and Viola [cl,ssrno,n sessions was earn- .. t { , for those who are contem-[and Mrs. Eldon Peters of Or- Ross, Mankato; Wayne, and ll)leted on Nov. 4, 1966, and the plating silo filling but the| egon came to the door. This Ele.an()r Switzer and Char-[first .r f(mr onthe-job periods ground will be in'fine shape[was only the second time les of Concord[a; Mrs. So-Ifllr emt)h~ynmnt experience be- for wheat planting if it stays we had seen Eldon since he pha Holstine, Hardy, Nebr.;[gan Nov, 7, 1966. dry for a short time Rains was one of our pupils in the Chat and Katherine Warren ] l)onal(l has accepted employ- have also been a great help Switzer Gap School 65 of Lovewell; and the hosts, [meat wilh Walnut Grove, la- te Pastures and late mile years ago. The first time Mr. and Mrs. Gill[an, Joe and 1 ('ute(l at Webster City, Iowa /Vlr and Mrs. Richard was at the Kansas picnic Jan. A pot luck dinner was|for first session of era- Weber and children, Mi- held in Portland in. 1958.. El- en'ojyed ()n the lovely tree-'l)h)yment, training, . . He will be chelle Jefferv, Dou~,las, My-.don has remained since shaded l'lwn which is large under the du'ect supervision ran and Kevin, who were then. He and wife hadenough Io resemble a small|at Mr. [,rank Croxton, Jr. here from Detroit, Mich. to been on a long sight seeing park. Plenty of tables and[ attend the wedding of Miss trip. through the south, east ....... Janene Leece and Mr. Rich- and north and been in most IIII1|111 I III ard Bagley last Saturday ev- of the states in the union in ening a week ago, left for an extended tour of several their home in Detroit last weeks duration. Needless to Friday morning. They went say, the 2 hours visit flew by Council Bluffs and stopp- by, all too short a time in ed to visit at the home of which to rehash all the hap- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larsen penings of 65 years. They carried their own camping equipment and stopped when and where they pleas- ed, taking time for both vis- iting and sight seeing. We are sorry to report the in Council Bluffs. Mrs. Lar- sen, daughter of Mrs. Eliza- beth Jensen, is a cousin of cMrs. Weber. A farewell family gather- ing in honor of Richard and Vicki Weber and their five children was held at the Quentin Leece home last Wednesday evening. Besides the guests of honor and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Leece, the following guests enjoyed a barbecued steak supper with all the trimmings: Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers and daughter, Saundra Jo, Mrs. Delia Heldt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pursell, their son, James, and daughter, Connie of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bagley of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Leece and children, Craig and Les- lie, Richard and Ricky Leece and: Mr. and Mrs. C. V. War- ren. Mrs. Lauree Warren was hostess to the H. D. U. Club last Thursday p. m. Mrs. Mary Lou Swanson gave a very interesting lesson on rheumatic fever and rheu- matic heart disease. Pam- phlets were given out and to all who are seriously inter- ested enough to write the Kansas Heart Ass'm, 2941 Fremont, Topeka, Kansas 66605, this literature can be obtained for personal read- ing in the home. The future health of some child may be saved by the knowledge to be found, in these bulletins. illness of our sister-in-law Mrs. Merle Doxon, who has spent the past week in the St. Joseph's Hospital in Con- cordia undergoing tests and observation. Her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Doxon have returned from the summer's schooling in California and spent several days at the Doxon home in Formosa last week. Their daughter, Mrs. Mildred Pet- erson, and husband, David Peterson, and son, Mike, spent last night and part of today (Monday) with Char- lie. They drove to Concordia to see Mrs. Doxon but had to return to school work at Hays this p. m. where Mrs. Monday morning, Sept. 19--Sunny and calm, tem- perature, 68. No rain to amount to much this past week. Wheal planting and silo filling in full gear. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Leece attended the State Fair at Hutchinson this past Sunday. Mrs. Evalyn Connell and Mrs. Beverly Johnston of Wichita spent the weekend with their parents, the Fred Ross' and Ed Stansbury families. 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