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DECEMBER 22 1966 Dec. 21 . Auxiliary Y, Dec. 28 - Dec. 29. - Mrs. W. G. Club Dinner of tile Flower held their annual dinner party with all the trimmings Legion Hall Dec. 15. Tile hos- Mildred Grout and Elizabeth tables were at- decorated in keep- the Christmas sea- was a gift ex- the dinner tree. Officers year were in- Elsie Howard officer and marshall. officers are Hary Dresident; Mildred it; Evelyn Ruth Han- and Ruby Da- The next meet- Jan. 19 with Fran- Cluh met Men- Dec. 19, at the and Mrs. Clar- Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. were guests. Were festively de- the Christmas sea- Were played with a and Mrs. Wayne ayne Wilson and er receiving the n " - ext meeting wtll With Mr. and Mrs. hosts. Christmas Party of the Marl Club and their a Christmas miniature tree hung with gold angels. Also gaily wrapped packages of Christmas goodies were brought by the members which were distributed by Mrs. A. T. Kramer to those who could not be present. The next regular meeting will be Jan. 10 at the home of Mrs. Ralph Waugh. Modern Minerva Club Mrs. Lowell Yasmer was hostess for Modern Minerwl Club Dee. 15th at her home. Preceding the meeting, a de- licious salad luncheon was en joyed by members at one o'clock. Three new memhers were welcomed in the club Mrs. Lauren Roe, Mrs. Dale Crangle, and Mrs. Edwin Walker. Mrs. Raymond O'lla ra was chairman of the liter- ature program for the day. Creative writings were given by the members, hook re- views, poetry, short stories and an essay. These writings will be entries for tim Litera- ture Contest Jan. 15, Friday P. M. Club The Christmas party l'nr the members of the Friday P. M. Club was field at the Buffah) Roam party room Dec. 10, with Alma T:~ler and Adehlide Regnier, hostesses. A delicious turkey dinner was enjoyed by all members of the club. The tables were attractively de- corated using the Christmas theme. After the bountiful meal, Canasta was phtyed with Beulah Brinkworth and~ Bulah Folsom winning prizes, i Helen McCammon, acting as Santa Claus, found gifts for everyone under the tree. The club adjourned to meet with Lela Lamb Jan. 14th. Rehearsal Dinner Kay Jones and Mike I)ilhm were the honored guests at a rehearsal dinner, at the Coffee Shop, on Saturday night, December 17. Other guests in cluded Mr. and Mrs. Pid Jones, Rev. and Mrs. Life, and Lana Abram, of Jewell; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dillon, Don Kissinger and Carol Baldwin of Manhattan; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Divel, Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Vossman, Beloit; Dwight Murray, Sharon Loom- Sunday evening, ;is, Mac Reed & Rex Powell of Buffalo Roam]Hays; Don Frye & Pat Powell An attractivelof Salina; Beth Bohnert, Anita of red mums and decorated the next meeting will 18 with Mrs. Clar- hostess. ws Part~ Bee Club met at of Grace Miller Dec. 15 for a cover- r. The table were Christmas each place. Roll ered by "Some- Fol- meeting a was held and for mystery sis- coming year. The will be election ~Smith, John McCormick, Greg Olson of Emporia; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Thummel of Esbon; Mr, and Mrs. Lowell McNic- hols and Kelly of Burr Oak; Jim Hills, Mary l)iliun and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Frye, of Mankato. Finesse Club Christmas Party The members of the Finesse Bridge Club and their hus- bands met for a Christmas dinner party at the Bul'falo Roam Thursday, Dec. 15. The long table was decorated with lighted candles. A gift ex- chaige was held followed by cards. The next meeting will be Jan. 12 with Mrs. Tom January 19 at the ,Lehrling. all__Bliss. I Christian Gleaners lllrthda y Dinner Tile annual Gleaners' pro rik W. Boyd, who gram and party for Christmas ninetieth birth- was held at thc Christian Was honored with Church basement on Dec. 14 'ty at the Buffalo at 7:30 P. M. The trad/tional house Wednesday tree was lighted and dccorat- )se present~ were ed, and the words "It's i McDill Boyd and Christmas," with the letters Noel, Phillips- for "Christ" illuminated, hung Ern Stoics of Crs. W. G. Hills. I ~,~ :ier, Mr. and Mrs. [ ~, ~ Mr. and Mrs. I ~ ger, the guest of l ~i~ ~ Boyd, and the I ~][;I $ ~'ffi~-,,- and Mrs F two tier birthday I ~ "="* 'rated with red !~!::ii~ l~Ped with a pixie ] $'T / "~ Old numerai 90, I . .\ long table withI . red glass holders I -[iiiit~" ~ I Mrs, Boyd was/ ( ] 1 her son Frank / ~~->,, Son, MeDill, gave[ ~) ~te to his mother, / \ ~r many & varied//'~~~\\~" aents in her nintey [ " )resent added con-/ glllllk\X~ to the ma y[ I/,~JM. IM~llx7 ~l r~, telegrams and/ "e'rlt'~I/f~" I1 received on her/ 'T~x ' oftheP E 0 ,t Dec. 13" at th;/ [t fl Keith Halstead./ tiii1 #' LU/ ~re decorated in/ *~;ae< Christmas with/ "e ... lighted tree, [ ~/no orleresr ~lls. Mrs Harry [ of messages to charge of an in-J wish you cheer. 1 "Christmas /__ in which all/ ql~iTMPL' RARRI~R ;ed. After- [ iJJI.d.iJL11U JLJL'ILILILJLIL,a ' exchange / .... ~. was erved / KHt I!' tableil "'" "" wiai ,ai RAYMOND II Y. tllii JEWELL COUNTg RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS over the speaker's stand. The i welcome was given by Presi- dent Gladys Fordham, follow- ~ed by the group singing "I tteard The Bells On Christ- alas l)ay". A piano chimes ar- i rangcment of "O, Come, All Ye Faithful" was then play- ed by Jean tIamilton while Elsie Broyles introduced the program. The presentation I,hat folh)we(I, del)icted a Cldrstmas thought from each of the ilirle h,tters that spell Christmas. They were as fol- lows: Reading: "Let's Keep (',I II{IS'I' lii ChristlnaS" by Bulah l,'olsom. Duet: "Song of II()PE" by Delores tlines and Pat Ilun- ter. Reading: "Redemption's Ghlrious Ex(:hailgcr', by ltha Seamans. Solo: "() Coliit,, O Conl(' IMMANUEl/' I)y Dolores tlines. Reading: "The SIIEPltERI) Who Wouldn't Go," by Joy Coffnian. Poem: "TI{AVEI,ERS Froni The East", by Madelirte SLev(,nsoll. Gruup Siriging: "Away In A MANGEIU'. l)i, et: "I)o You Know The ,";u n g 'rhaL The ANGEI,S Sang?", by I)at ftunter and Ollie l{('a p:iT. Roadirlg: "The STORY OF That First C, hristm;Is morn- ing", by Alherta I)iamond. The rooln lights were then turned off, and the program closed with the g, roup singing "Silent Night". Grace Crist- man led un in oh)sing prayer. Aceonipaniment and back- ground nltlsic were provided by Jean ltamilton, Delores Hines and Ruth Clegg. Mary Diamond led the group sing- ing. Giadys Fordham then led the gift opening by pointing out that since the M-A-S of Christmas had not been lit 'gram was presented by Shir- ley Free and Beverly James on Christmas Traditions and their origin. Songs were sung by the group with special numbers by Jerri, Joni, and Jeff James and Cindy Free. Roll call which gave off "oh's & ah's" with all the different and lovely gifts of handi- crafts. Following the program the business meeting took place with election of officers: President, Barbara Thomas; Vice-I'resident, Shirley Free; Secretary, Helen Howland; Treas. Connie Dunstan; Re- porter and Ilistorian, Ira Lea l)Hylle, A Christinas wish from all of us, for the past, haplly memories for the pre- sent good fortune and for the future Peace (m Earth. --Mary lligbee, Reporter. Mrs. R. Avlson A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Eny- earl accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Earl Silsby to Jewell on Monday evening to attend a Layman meeting. Mrs. llarvey Silsby and Mrs. Olive Hajny spent Wed- nesday in Concordia with Mrs. Orville Yoder. Mrs. R. Avison and Shirley spent Wednesday with Mrs. C. R. Brown at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Thron- son and family and Mr. and Mrs. John McCleery were in Belleville Thursday on busi- DeSS. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fogo and sons were at the K. U. Medi- cal Center Friday for Stcven's check up. l Miss Cynthia Enyeart of Overland Park and her fian- cee, Spec. 4 Ray Wilkenson, of Burton, Kans. stationed at Ft. Riley spent the weekend up, each of us was to do this with her parents, Rev. and in his own way with "Met- Mrs. Enyeart. riment, Appreciation, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lewis Smiles", Gifts. of appl~eciation Judy and Jerry left by plane were presented to Jean Ham-Tuesday for California to ilton and 1)elores Hines, and spend Christmas with his sis- the merriment and smiles ter, Betty, and husband. followed, as gifts were ex- changed. Each gift was mark- ed with a traditional Christ- mas symbol and was claimed by the one who held the matching portion. This X- change gave us the approp- riate use of the letter "X", so often misused in the spell- ing of Christmas. Delicious refreshments were served by Liilian Basart, Joy Coffman, Buhih Folsom and Jean Hamilton. Athena Jr. Women's Club The Athena Jr. Women's Chlh met l)ec. 8 with Beverly James. Devotions on "Mary, Mother of Jesus" were given by Helen Howland. The pro- Ann Ryan of Hays spent a few days with the Dwight Frosts. Larry McKinnis plans to fly Friday to Washington State to spend Christmas with his mother and sister. Mrs. C. It. Frost entertain- ed the Social Club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Hazel Shipley and Maxine spent a few days at the Johnny Brien home in Kensington Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker and Diana and Sue were in Hastings and Minden Sunday to see the Christmas lights. Rev. and Mrs. Enyeart were in Coneordia Monday on busi- ness. Mrs. Roberta Kemper and / find a way into your home and with him come our best wishes. lhRT S- MhN il hl MIKE STOUT . WALTER BASEL and Employees WE WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ' EVENINGS ` DEC.,_ n 2i' .......... ] .... "* ,< 7! / i >~' ' i " !~i' :5... {~ daughter and Mrs. Nila Jef-!and had a Christmas gift ex- fers were in Red Cloud Sat- change. urday afternoon. On Friday evening the Odes- Mrs. Ann Regan fell Sunday sa Church will give their an- at her home and was taken to nual Christmas program at the St. Joseph's Hospital at 7:30 p. m. We are packing Concordia. boxes that evening for shut-ins. Mr. and Mrs. Emit Sink So bring whatever you wish to were in Concordia Monday go in them. There will be 5 for Emil's check-up, or 6 boxes and candy, cookies Saturday evening supper or fruit will be fine for them. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Car- roll Thronson and family at Ionia were her folks, tim John cimrch. McCleerys, Jeaniece DeBey The Schaffer Bros. from~ and children of Cawker City, Flagler, Colo. are visiting the Othella Davis and Lucille F. E. Deibcrts. Caves of Lincoln, Nebr. and The Christmas progranl ;it Warren MeClecry of Smith Esbon will be Thursday even- C~:nter. ing. ltoward Fisher of California Mrs. Edith Carter arrived by is visiting his aunt and uncle, bus Wednesday evening and Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Menden- Maude Keller met her. She is hall, and his sister, Wihna staying with her aunt, Effie Blair, and family. Bassett. Mrs. Vel'a Frost took Mable and Walter Marihugh and Roy Phillips tu Wamego Sunday to attend the wedding of Roy's gran(Ison. Ed Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. John McCleery were welcome visitors at Odes- Mrs. Wilbur Obert sa Sunday. Sunday, Dec. 15, Morning Mr. and Mrs. Joe Keeps of Worship is at 9:30 with no Downs are celebrating their Sunday School following. 50th Wedding Anniversary on With the warm, mild wea- Dec. 29th at their home in ther, one wonders if Christmas Downs h'om 2 to 5 and 7 to is really so close. Wonder if 9 p. m. No gifts, please. Ev-we'll have a white Christmas? eryone is welcome. They are Hope everyone has a very, the parents of Allen Keeps ofvery Merry Christmas and a Dentonia neighborhood. They Happy and Prosperous New have 4 daughters and 4 sons. Year. Odessa Aid met with Audrey Young Thursday p. m. They MANKATO LIVESTOCK had a gift exchange and re- COMMISSION CO. REPORT vealed heart sisters. Mark Obert and Edwin Dei-We had an average run of bert were sworn into the Army stock for this time of year and Dec. 14 and released to come buyers all over the seats. We home until Dec. 27 at 12:00 had a very active sale with noon. Timy must report back all ehisges of stuck selling on to Kansas City. a strong market. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Heft- Tom Callaway sold a pair of schmidt of Osborne were Sat- Whiteface Steers, average urday evening visitors of Sam weight was 315 lbs. for $31.75; Oberts and they attended the also a set of Whiteface Heifers Senior Class Pancake Feed. weighing 335 lbs. for $25.40. Ed Odessa H.D.U. met with Eth- Pachta sold 7 Black Whiteface el Thomas Monday evening Heifers weighing 400 lbs. for CHRISTMAS JOY AND "" [ THANK YOU FOR YOUR FRIENDSHIP. $25.70. Wint Smith sold 9 mix- ed fat Steers weighing 960 lbs. for $22.10. Bob Weiseling sold a set of Whiteface Heifers weighing 350 lbs. for $25.30. A. Gordanier sold a set of Wiiite face Steers weighing 645 lbs. fur $25.00. E. Buckley sold a PAGE ~ ..... : '~:!~i% 777/i:'/ set of Black Whiteface Steers weighing 335 lbs. for $29.10. F. Barrett sold 7 Black Heifers will be yearlings to 3 year olds. We will sell these goal young bulls at 1:00 o'clock, We certainly appreciate the i support the farmers have giv- en us this year and we hope we have satisfied most of you, We try to do the best job we 565 lhs. for $25.10. Smullins & MeMain sold a Black Cow weighing 1075 ibs. for $15.30. ttills Ranch sold a Whitefa(',e can, and hope you will con- tinue to patronize us. See you in the auction Dec. 30. Vail aud i want to wish all of you a Merry Christmas and a Hap- py New Year. VAIL McCLINTOCK Sinlpsun, Kans. BOI] ISAAC Mankato, Kans. Cow weighing 1220 lhs. forI ........... $15.15, and a Whitcl'ace lleifer Allen Smith received a ette weighing 705 lbs. for Christmas letter from hia $20.90. Ed Pachta sold a Black Cow weighing 1065 lbs. for $15.50. Walker & Walker sold 3 Bhtck Whiteface Heifers weighing 458 Ihs. for $25.06, We sold a set of light Feeder Pigs for I,. C. Bouray for $2250. Alvin Fall, Jr. sold a set of small Pigs for $16.00. Other larger consignors were: Wal'reil Underwood, It. Adams, B. Wilson, If. Kongen, l,. Kasl, H, ay Zackery, L. V. Ranch, Elmer Elexander. W~" will riot have a sale this week, I)ec. 2:]; but will have nne Oil I)ec. 30. On ,JHn. 6, V~,e will sell 12 Reg. Bulls froni tile Thomas herd. These hulls grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Jackson, of 1535 Ruhland Ave., Manhattan Beach, Calif. 90266 ....... stating that she was married in ,Je~'ell County in 1896. Mrs. Jackson's maiden name was ftarriet lteller and she was married first to the late David 1)ecker. She now lives with a daughter in California. Miss Lehi Lamb and Mrs. O, I). Noller visited Sunday af- ternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Killen of Cuurtbmd, then spent the ev- enhlg with Mrs. Will Waiters wile was the former Alice Shutweli. ~ i~~ L , L' - (i;~:ii~ . -~i 7 ,:ii~(!~ i :(.S~i,.'~ '~ ~L . 3:" ,/(; i~~ .... ~i~,~ ~-~ /~ :t We send you our bcst Wishes and' our hope that you and your family havc a happy never- to- be forgotten Christmas, BURR OAK, KANSAS 7w : ; /: {;i AT THIS SPECIAL TIME PAUSE TO SEND YOU OUR BEST WISHES AND TO THANK YOU FOR , YOUR FRIENDSHIP. !~!i~ ---- i ~ll l~l" m ~ il?L 9/:' ~