The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on December 12, 1966 · Page 5
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 5

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, December 12, 1966
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Guesfs PHILLIPSBURG - A group of Woodstonitea not only gat in the wrong pew but were also in the wrong church when they attended a wedding at PhiUipsburg over the weekend. The wedding of Donald McDowell, Woodston, and Reghia Blackburn, Phillipsburg, was at the Wesleyan Methodist Church, and the wedding of Bernard McCbrmick, Norton, and LaVon Scollin, Phillipsburg, was at the First Methodist Church. The Woodston group wanted to attend the McDowell - Blackburn wedding. They knew it was .at a Methodist church in PhiUipsburg Saturday evening. The group, Mr. and Mrs. Byron McDowell, the groom's aunt and uncle; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roys; Mr. At Phillipsburq and Mrs. Virgil Blecha and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hale, all of- Woodston, arrived at the First Methodist Church unaware that the ceremony they wanted to attend was at the Wesleyan church. Not until the candlelighters walked down the aisle, did members of the group realize they were at the wrong wedding. Hale said he knew the bride's mother and when "she" came down the aisle it was someone he didn't recognize. They left the First Method : st wedding and went to the Wesleyan church to find the McDowell-Blackburn wedding was over and the reception was underway. Hale said they did arrive in time for a piece of cake, however. Resort Area Is Underway At Milford Reservoir MLEORD RESERVOIR - A housing resort area is under construction in-the Curtis Creek area of Milford reservoir. Eight Chapman, Junction City and Wichita men have invested $150,000 in Thunderbird Resort Inc., which has been jncorporat ed for $300,000 capital stock. The group has a 25 - year lease with the U.S. Army COTIM of engineers. Construction work is underway just, east of the former Alida townsite. The resort area is expected to be open by late Summer when the reservoir is operational. Corporation president, Dr. L. W. Wisby, Junction City, said 45,000 cubic yards of dirt has been moved to form a long breakwater, extending into the Curtis Creek valley. SteHar Scholars Central and Northwest Kansas high schools have announced their "Stellar Scholars" for the current grading period. The honored students include: ALTON lUHH SCHOOL Seniors: Sheryl Kurtz. Judy Welker. Marsha Dibble, Jerry Johnston, Sheila Nonamaker. Dick Sherbonrty. Blllie Stroup. Horror:;: Connie Miller. Juniors: Richard Holmes, Arthur Gregory, Carol Kurlz. Honors: Sue Fry, Marvin Hartzler. Sophomores: Jtmmy Wlneland, Brian Bates, Jerel Delaney, Deanna Nonamaker. Honors: Denlse Arnold, Carolyn Houghtallng. Freshman: Clinton Grieve. Honors: Jolene Brummer. Docking In Phoenix McPherson's Covered Bridge Only covered bridge in Kansas brings builder, O. W. Kemp, Mc- .Pherson, many admiring letters. Kemp built it a year ago. Bridge is across small creek southwest of US56 and US81 junction west ,of McPherson. The Salina Journal Centra/Northwest News To Name Area 4H Specialist Seven North - Central Kansas counties are part of a new 4H project. An area extension specialist in 4H and other youth programs will a s s.i s t county extension agents in Clay, Cloud, Jewell, Lincoln, Mitchell, Ottawa, and Republic counties ( Dr. Harold E. Jones, director of the cooperative extension Kansas Stale university, Manhattan, said. An agreement between the county agricultural extension council chairmen and Jones was signed at a recent meeting in Concordia, making the area program a reality. The first step will be employing area specialist and establishing an area office in Concordia. He will cooperate with the coun- Army Store to Open at Beioit BELOIT — E. N. Ammons and son, Rcnaid Ammons, both of Hunter, will open an Army Surplus and Discount Center at 105 N. Mill, Beioit. Rusk in India Monday, Dec. 12— NEW DELHI, India (AP) U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk stopped in New Delhi today for 'a 40-minue meeting at the airport with Foreign Minister M.C. Chagla. Neither would tell newsmen what was discussed. You will be happJly surprised Classified Ads sell old things. ~ ADVERTISEMENT Hew To Held FALSETEETH More Firmly in Plac* Do your <*!•« teeth annoy and im- barru* by iHpplng, dropping or wob- bllnj when you eat. laugh or t«lt? Jvut iprlnkle a little FASTKCTH on jour plate*.ThU aJkallne (non-acid) powder hold* faU» teeth more firmly and more comfortably. No rummy, gooey, party taste or reeling. Doe> not Jour. Check* "plate odor breath." Denture* that At are ea*ent!al to health. See your dentut regularly. O«t FA8TXXTH at all <dru» oounUn. ty extension agents in the seven counties in conducting the 41-1 program. "The North Central Kansas arsa program will be a pilot study," Jones explains, "and we will watch with interest the effectiveness of an area 4H specialist." 4H work, a part of the Kan sas extension service, is an educational program for youths 8 to 19 years of age. Information and materials prepared by members of the state extension staff are available to all youth groups. The use of area specialists is a trend in the Kansas extension service but the North Central 4H specialist is the first assigned to work exclusively with youth. Agricultural and home management area specialists are on duty throughout the state. His Sharp Eyes Win Him Medal FT. BRAGG, N.C. (AP)—Sgt. Ronald K. Bowman's sharp eye has won him the Army Commendation Medal. Bowman was jumpmaster for the 82nd Airborne Division when he noticed white spots on some of the parachutes to be used in a mass jump by 300 men. The jump was called off, and investigation showed the spots were cai'sed by a battery acid which had been accidentally spilled on the floor of a trucfc carrying the parachutes. Authorities said many of the damaged chutes probably would have ripped. TOPEKA (AP) - Gov.-elect Robert Docking was in Phoenix, Ariz., today attending the annual meeting of the Interstate Oil Compact Commission. The governor - elect was accompanied by Paul Pendergast, his executive secretary. Docking win tour McConnell Air Force Base at Wichita Tuesday and attend a private reception there Tuesday night. Former US Envoy Dies WASHINGTON CAP) _ Dr. Stanley K. Hornbeck, 83, former U.S. ambassador to the Netherlands, died Sunday. Riprap is on both sides. The breakwater will [>« used for «ccec« to a floatiag boat anchorage containing 32 covered and 20 open slips, a marina ««rvke dock, sale* service building and a snack bar. Th« facility will be 36 feet above ground. Water at the dock will be 20 feet deep. The dock work It open for bids. Wisby said $50,000 in improvements are planned for the second year and a hotel - motel will be built during the third year. The corporation owns 140 acres now under subdivision plans and has another 70 acres under option. Plans, for sewers have been approved by the Kansas department of health and will be submitted to Geary county officials for their approval. A water system is also ready for county approval. Other officers of the corpora- lion are Max Johnson, executive vice president, J un c t i o n City; Kenneth Johnson, secretary, Junction City, and Clyde Haynes, treasurer. 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