The Belleville Telescope from Belleville, Kansas on March 8, 1979 · Page 5
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Belleville, Kansas
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Thursday, March 8, 1979
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Sherwoods Receive PH/A Award The annual Republic and Cloud County Herds Improvement Association (EjHIA) meeting was held March 1 at the •Bel Villa Restaurant. \ Vincent Pachta, president presented an award to Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Sherwood Son their retirement after 15 years of service to the association. Dick Dunam, extension dairy specialist from Kansas State University also presented awards to members having high producing herds. Those receiving these awards were: Mr. and Mrs. Eric Herrman of Scandia, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elyea of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pachta of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson of Jamestown. Hospital Notes Ed Splichal, ag chairman for the Chamber of Commerce who sponsored the dinner, was present. Girls Scouts Observe Week Republic County and other area Girl Scouts will observe Girl Scout Week March 11 through 17 recognizing the well-known organization promoting skills and leadership. March 11 will be Girl Scout Sunday. Each Brownie and Girl Scout Troop will attend church together. A Girl Scout Family Banquet will be 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 16, at the Belleville High School. The banquet this Mahaska Selects Girls Staters (By the Mahaska Correspondent) Clara Gaydusek has been chosen to represent the Mahaska American Legion Auxiliary Unit 377 at Girls State in Lawrence June 10-17. She is a junior at North Central high school and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gaydusek. Linda Blecha, 17, a junior at North Central has been chosen the alternate to go to Girls State. year will include each girls family, a departure from the father-daughter banquets of the past. Sterhas Celebrate 63rd Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterba were surprised on their 63rd wedding anniversary at the home of their son, Mr. and TWIN SONS — Keith Lee and Kevin Ray are the one-year old twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Robbins of Belleville. Grandparents are Mrs. Helen Reiner of Cuba, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Robbins of Lenora. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edd Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Robbins of Belleville. Bachelor-Faulkner-Dart Home Furnishinqs Belleville, Kansas MR. AND MRS. FRANK STERBA Mrs. Glen Strnad Sunday, February 25. Ohters present were: Melissa and Eddie Duensing, Elsie Hays of Belleville; Mrs. Frances Kouba, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sterba and David of Munden; Mandy Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fischer of Belleville; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lamar, Denise and Shannon of Concordia. Mrs. Clark Hostess To Legion Auxiliary Twelve members and two guests, Mrs. Rosianna Kasl and Mrs. DelDhine McKinley of the American'".iLegion Auxiliary met at the home of MrSf. Helen Clark Thursday, March 1. Mrs. Marguerite Graham, chairman opened the business meeting after a dessert was served. Mrs. Clark read an article telling of the life of Susan B. Anthony whose likeness appears on the new silver dollars not yet in circulation. Mrs. Anthony was a leader pioneering for woman's suffrage and civil rights. Mrs. Barbara Lewellyn reported on the favors and candy sent to the veterans' hospital in Topeka. Two members reported ill are Mary Johnson in the Concordia hospital and Lucille Hartley in the Belleville Care Center. A committee was appointed to decorate the table for the American Legion birthday dinner March 8 at the Legion Hall. Samba prizes were won by Mrs. Lewellyn, Mrs. Marie Crakes and Mrs. Lena Bowersox. THE BELLEVILLE TELESCOPE, Thursday, March 8, 1979 5A ADMISSIONS February 27 Marlys Jensen, Mankato Roxane Thompson, Superior February 28 Roxanne Holdren, Belleville JoAnn Doud, Mankato Marie A. Krob, Cuba Jacqueline Sjolander, Jamestown Janice Zenger, Haddam Florence Skipton March 1 Lena Fogelberg, Scandia Pat Lange, Mankato Julius Gausman, Chester Gertrude Blazer, Belleville Raymond Garton, Webber Hazel Bottger, Belleville Nicole Cossaart, Republic Glenda Sasser, Belleville March 2 Melinda Collette, Clyde Mary Rundus, Munden Linda S. Kniep, Deshler March 3 Juanita Leece, Formoso Velma McConnaughey, Belleville March 4 Catharine Willms, Belleville Alice L. West, Believille Ida B. Robbins, Belleville Hazel Mulch, Belleville Emma Makalous, Belleville Joan Brzon, Belleville Wilma Owen, Concordia Harriet Mulch, Hubbell Rosalie Lagasse, Ames Lucille Wenda, Republic March 5 Clayton R. Heapes, Belleville Edith Warner, Chester DISMISSALS February 27 Hazen Kelly, Munden Joe Fojt, Cuba Wilbur Hedges, Courtland Barbara Johnston, Concordia Edna Mitchell, Republic February 28 Elva Gleason, Belleville Charles Smith, Belleville March 1 Helma DeWolfe, Belleville Rosanne Holdren, Belleville March 2 Charles E. Turner, Belleville Jacqueline Syolander, Jamestown Charles Beeson, Belleville Nicole Cossaart, Republic MaryRundus, Munden JoAnn Doud and baby girl, Mankato Raymond Garton, Webber March 3 Linda Kniep, Deshler Melinda Collette, Clyde Marlys Jensen and baby girl, Mankato Glenda Sasser and baby boy, Belleville March 4 ; ' ; Gertrude Blazer, Belleville Ann J. Bowell, Belleville Julius Gausman, Chester Janice Zenger, Haddam Roxane Thompson and baby girl, Superior Patricia Lange and baby boy, Mankato Mary Reynolds and twin babies, H Fo¥mtfsb " March' 5' ( " Ethel Weeks, Belleville Agenda Mrs. George Nordquist March 6—The Health Clinic will be held Tuesday, March 13 at the city hall from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Sarah Circle of the United Methodist church met March 1 at the Fellowship Hall with Mrs. Mel Kalivoda as hostess. Chairman Mel Kalivoda presided. Mrs. Clarence Havel, Mrs. Vivian Anderson and Mrs. Albert Sauvain had the program "Broadening our Vision on Wholeness," and "Making Decisions." Mrs. Louisa Lawson of Ute, Iowa, was a guest. Paul Bierbaum, Beatrice was a Friday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson. The United Methodist women met Wednesday at the church. Pres. Mrs. Raymond Zurfluh presided. "Prayer and Self Demal" was given with charts and music by Mrs. Lloyd Gaiser. Hostesses Mrs. Vivian Anderson and Mrs. Virgil Norlund served. 'Port of Call 1 Presentation At Courtland Covenant Church The Memorial Covenant Church, Courtland, invites children and youth to "Port of Call", a five-night series of meetings featuring the Rev. and Mrs. Willard Grant, from 7 to 8:15 each evening March 11 through March 15. "Captain"Grant will guide his imaginary ship to different world ports. The programs are highlighted by 22 hand- carved marionettes, and the Grants also use chalk talks, visualized songs, stories and prizes for the children. The Grants have traveled 45,000 miles a year since 1955, working with more than 70,000 children and youth as youth evangelists. Rev. Grant is not a stranger to the sea and ships, haveing been born and reared in the Colony of Hong King, and received his call into the ministry while in Hawaii. He also served as a sailor in World War II. Mrs. Grant, a speech and drama major, prepares the programs and writes the scripts. The traditional motto of the clipper 9 Deeds Processed In Republic County The following deeds were processed last week in the office of the Republic County Register of Deeds: Warranty Deed — Anne Pelesky, etal to Dean L. Cromwell and wife, the NV2NWV4 12-2-1. Warranty Deed — Mary Salmon and husband, to Clarence Havel and Donald Huncovsky, NE'/ 4 20-4-1. Warranty Deed — Donald Huncovsky and wife to Clarence B. Havel, undv. l k int. in NEV 4 20-4-1. Warranty Deed — Clarence B. Havel and wife to Donald Huncovsky, an undv. V2 int. in NWV 4 21-4-1. Executor's Deed — Rodney Peake, Executor Estate of John F. Umberger to George Lesovsky, Lots 10-11-12 exc. W. 51 ft. of N. 45 ft., Block 19 O.T. Belleville. Quit Claim Deed — Leonna Stewart to Kathy A. Robertson, all interest in and to: Lots 17-18 Block 38 Simonds Addn., Belleville. Quit Claim Deed—James E. Grey and wife to Harley D. Counsins and wife, SE 1 /* 6-4-2. Corporation Deed — Mallard Enterprises, Inc., to John M. Navis, portion of Block4 Hallowell's Addn., and N. 10 ft. Lot 1 Block 1 Subdv. Blocks 4-5-6 Hallowells Addn., Belleville. Quit Claim Deed — Mabel Boyles, formerly Mabel Lewis to Newton J. Sanford, etal., the NWV 4 , the NM>SWV 4 and Fr. part of SWV 4 SW'/ 4 33-3-3. Superior Resident Charged with Theft A man has been charged with misdemeanor theft in connection with the theft of two road signs near Republic February 10. Bruce D. Renz, Superior, Neb., is scheduled for a 11:30 a.m., March 19 hearing in Republic County District Magistrate Court. Orris Thompson, Republic County Undersheriff, reported to The Telescope last week that Renz and two juvenile males of Superior had been arrested for stealing the signs off the Republic road after the sheriff's office received a citizen tip. Regional Meeting Has NFO President The new president of the National Farmers Organization will be featured at a Farmers and Ranchers Convention from 10:30 a.m. to4:30 p.m. Monday, March 12, at the Student Union on the campus of Kansas State University, Manhattan. Dorothy Moch, local NFO representative in Republic County, says the convention is one of five regional conventions being held to acquaint farmers and ranchers with DeVon Woodland, the new NFO president, and to allow him to get ideas from the farmers and ranchers about agriculture. , Heads of the NFO meat; grain and dairy departments will also be present at the meeting open to the public. DANCE TO Rockin' Country Blues Sat. March 10 9-1 Birthday & Anniversary Ball for March MEMBERS AND GUESTS \ Club's 13th Anniversary Nite •Tues. March 13th »• M,« »n- B.« • MEMBERS ONLY 13* Spagetti Supper 6:30 - 8:00 with initiation following at 8:00 POLKA SUNDAY with MATH SLADKY & HIS BAND Weather postponed him till SUNDAY MARCH 18 GET READY IT'LL BE "A Biggy" BELLEVILLE EAGLES 3281 • is • • • • • B THE REV. WILLARD GRANTS ship captain and his wife was, "Home is where the anchor falls." This was easy to accomplish as the captain made his home on board ship and unlike other seafarers, his wife often accompanied him. Such has been the lifestyle of the couple since they started his ministry more than 20 years ago, says a news release. Mrs. Delton Robison. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Trecek were honored with an anniversary supper at Hubbell. Present were Mrs. Bessie Chizek, Mrs. Cleo Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trecek, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Baxa, Mrs. Mary Valek, Mrs. Shirley Tallent and Chris, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Junck. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lesovsky entertained at a card party, Friday for Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Keller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Svoboda, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Trecek, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Benyshek. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krob hosted a supper for „Mr. and Mrs. Tony Krob, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kasl celebrating Mrs. T. Krob's and Bill Kasl's brithday and Kasls' wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Parks and Toni spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Krob and Johnny Krob of Washington. Sunday guests at dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Nobert celebrating Mrs. Nobert's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pachta, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baxa and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gino Brichalli and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Klaumann and family, Mrs. Helen Klima, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kalivoda. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barnett were hosts at a card party Feb. 23 celebrating Mrs. Barnett's and Mrs. N. Nobert's birthdays. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Nobert, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Polak, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blecha, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Skucius, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beneda. The children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kasl had Sunday dinner with them celebrating their 47th wedding anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Janousek, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Janousek and Kevin, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Kane Gray and Crystal, Mrs. Benny Free, Cindy and Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kasl and family, Raymond Wit, and Becky Kleveland. March 5—February 19 was the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Milek Kolman. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Huncovsky, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chemey, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Trecek, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Benyshek, Mr. anc Mrs. Edd Benyshek. February 21 thirteen Homemakers met with Mrs. Grace Kolman. Guests were Mrs. Helen Kolman, Mrs. Olive Fojt, Mrs. Olive Huncovsky, Mrs. Louise Benyshek, Mrs. Mary Klaumann. February 22 Mr. and Mis. Victor Havel were entertained at dinner for their 46th wedding anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vanous and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Havel and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Havel and family, Mrs. Marilyn Greene and sons, and Mr. and Witenhih APOLLO THEATRE Concordia.- Ks. One Week MARCH 7-13 A film for entire family. Two Shows Each Eve. 7 & 9 p.m. D WINTER SPECIAL REG. $1.95 For one 5x7 portrait or set of four wallets in NATURAL COLOR. (Additional portraits at regular prices; One 5x7 or set of four wallets $1.95 each. 8x10 only $3 90) ALSO SAVE OVER $3 ON THIS $15.60 PACKAGE • One 8x10 • Three 5 x 7's • Twelve wallets Apply your 95$ and pay ONLY $11.50 more for 16 beautiful portraits. Age limit 12 years. Select from several poses and scenic backgrounds. Copies and enlargements available at higher prices. Extra charge of $1.00 for 2 or 3 children together. Special prices In effact those dates only: Monday and Tuesday March 12 and 13 IIS 1977 JCPmiwyCo., Inc, 'enney BELLEVILLE, KANSAS

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