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Council Grove Republican from Council Grove, Kansas • Page 2

Council Grove Republican from Council Grove, Kansas • Page 2

Council Grove, Kansas
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0 PACE TWO THE COUNCIL (SHOVE (KANSAS) REPUBLICAN TUESDAY. NOVMBU 24. 1959 "AMERICAIT 1 BEVEKLY CROSKEY 4 Fhoiw 78 Friday Delavan Dance Club, Wilsey community hosts Mr. and Mrs. Glen Block, Mr.

and Mrs. William Short and Mr, and Mrs. Duane Sams. Past Presidents Parley, American Legion Auxiliary, at 2 p.m. at home of Mrs.

Floyd Smith, with all members being invited. V7 WW it where he farmed; also giving forth the gospel at Canning Creek for 14 years or so. The spring of. 1943 they moved to Council Grove, where he took up the trade of carpentering. He became a member of the local Baptist Church where he served in many offices.

January 3, 1957 they went to Colorado Springs, for a year's visit which lasted for 2 one-half years where their membership was transferred to the Bible Baptist of Colorado Springs of which be was a member until, his death. He was of a very quiet nature but always ready to lend a helping hand, and a home loving father; Ever faithful to his God. If he could express his wishes to you present it would be "Accept Jesus Christ as your Savior and meet him in Heaven." He leaves to mourn his going away Mattie, his wife, son Lawrence and family of Colorado, Springs; and a son, Marion and family of Derby, Kansas; a sister, Mary Baker of Burbank, and sister Bessie Bersuch of Long Beach, and a brother, Paul Rioth of Long Beach, California, nieces, nephews and a host of friends'. 235-lp AND ALL THE TRIMMINGS Skating Party The Junior Sunday School Department and the Third Year Primary Class of the Church of Christ Christian enjoyed a skating party Sunday afternoon. Refreshments were served by teachers, at the church annex, around colorfully 'decorated tables centered by small Indian villages.

Those enjoying the- occasion were the following; Donnie Rees, Maurice Ziegler, Randy Shaw, Connie Stiver, Peggy Wright, Benny. Dobratz, Doug Ingmire, Richard Grimmett, Bobby Wyckoff, Diana Rees, Carla Hunter, Doug Maley, Leigh Barker, Clinton Glesner, Jerold Osborne, Lyle Grimmett, Sonja Peebles, Wanda Williams, Donald Phillips, Russell Barker, Anita Koepsel, Jimmie Newton, Romona Curry Richard Phillips Phil Williams, Dick Loomis, Glen Copple, Kathy Hunter, Brenda Wodke, Patty Shawgo, Barbara Anderson, Cheri Curry, Elaine Campbell, Earl Copple, Charles Hidtecker, David Dobratz, Evelyn Bowman, Sharon Heideman, Kathy Davis, Dana Christian, Gloria Wodke, Janet Stone and Joyce Hidecker. Sponsors attending were Mrs. Clarence Roswurm, Mrs. Harry Campbell, Mr.

and Mrs. Raymond Veil, Mrs. LeRoy Osborne and Rev. Orley Hermon. Nurses Meeting The District 11 Nurses dinner meeting for November was held last night at the Outpost Cafe, with 22 members present Mrs.

E. I. Young gave a report on the State Nurses Convention: held in Topeka in October. Guest speaker for the evening was Miss Hulda Wegner, Topeka, who is State Executive Secretary for the Nurses Assoc-tion. MAXWELL HOUSE all grinds 19" Government Certified Safe Snoboy I.

O. Q. F. Rebekah covered dish supper and card parly. Tues Nov.

23. 6:30 p.m. 234-2c See Captain Kangaroo Mrs. Warren Ghere, Mrs. Ar-leigh Herink and Mrs.

Floyd Hogue took Debbie Ghere and Megan Baker to Kansas City Saturday to see the personal appearance of Captain Kangaroo. RAMIES COFIFEE -A i. t. -l i e- Lb. Card of Thanks A sincere thanks to neighbors, friends, ami relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy, cards, gifts, beautiful flowers and all who sent food.

Also thanks to Dr. Bowers, Rev. Parker and Rev. Smith of Colorado Springs. These many kind acts will always be remembered with the passing of our dear husband and father.

May God bless each one of you. Mrs. John Rioth Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rioth Lenard, Lorene and Lila Mr, and Mrs.

Marion Rioth andMalonne 235-lp FANCY RED MEATED Sweet Potatoes LblOC Lb. Make your selection of Hallmark Xmas card Earv our stock is complete. at Ruddickc Book Store. 233-3c Weekend Here Mrs. Daniel P.

Heigele, Terry and, Sandra of Independence, spent the weekend here visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Coffin.

(Save Your Maxwell House Keyslrips Details Next Week) Crisp Pascal Boy Scout Girl Scout Paper Drive Sat. Nov. 28, 8 a.m. 23S-3c 30th Anniversary A 30th Wedding Anniversary party with gifts was held Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.v John S.

Wilson, honoring Mr; and Mrs. Leslie Wilson on that memorable occasion. 7 During the afternoon ice cream and cake was served to the following: Mr. and Leslie Wilson and Sue, Mr, and Mrs. John S.

Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilson. Karen, Jerry, Howard, and Donald John, Mr. and Mrs.

L. Wilson, Brian and Linda, Mr, and Mrs. John R. Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs.

Jim Wilson and' Amy Jo. When you care enough to send the very best, send Hallmark cards TEN cards for ONLY 29c at Ruddick Book Store. 234-3c LERY Large Stalk CARIIATIOR MILK 3 Tall Cans 45C When you care enough to send the very best, send Hallmark cards TEN cards for ONLY 29c IVAPMMCI I at Ruddick Book Store. 234-3c Open Thanksgiving Day except from 1 to 2 p.m. Campbell's Food Store.

235-2c Dinner Guests Miss Mary Ilamel of Leoti and Mrs, Chester French were dinner, guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carr. County Supt. Marie Munsell CELLO FRESH RED RADISHES visited the Swartz and Beman schools yesterday.

Holly or and I SUGAR 0 5 Lbs. 0 8-oz. Bag 1 Cards oi Thanks A Must for "That" Meal! I. O. O.

F. Lodge No. 692. election of officers. Nov.

25. 234-3c Open Thanksgiving Day except from 1 to 2 p.m. Campbell's Food Store. 235-2c Mrs. Elouise Pearson, housemother at Emporia, will arrive this evening for the Thanksgiving holidays with relatives.

OBITUARIES COUNTRY FRESH WHIPPING CREAM-LUCKY WHIP Fresh Baked Pumpkin and Mince Pics Grade A BUTTER 69 Lb. I wish to say "Thank You" to my friends and relatives for the cards and other expressions of sympathy Idue to the lose of my daddy. Ruth Lynn Lakey 235-lp hi i 0:1 39c JOHN RIOTH John Rioth has departed from this earthly life to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He was born in Chicago, 111., June 18, 1890 and departed November 14, 1959. When a very young child his parents moved Make your selection of Hallmark Xmas cards Early while PARKER HOUSE ROLLS OR BROWN AND SERVE ROLLS our stock is complete.

On display at Ruddicks Book Store. 233-3c iEWtlRY1' DIAMONDS to Brookfield, Mo. At the age of 14, they moved to Wilsey, 20c i Swift's Buiterball H' Dozen Kansas, where he grew to man J. hood. He accepted Christ as his Savior at the age of 18 years.

On February 1915 he was united in marriage-to JVTattie Stephenson, To this union was HAASE STUFFED Olives Large Jar RITZ THEATRE THURSDAY ONLY 7:00 9:00 born 2 sons, Lawrence and! Mar ion. In 1920 they moved to North. TURKEYS pisSM (lens hM FOSTER ELECTRONICS TV Repait PHONE 307 OR 681 X. DIAMOND LARGE English Walnuts em Minnesota where he farmed and took up the work of full time service as a missionary of frontier gospel work in logging camps and rural areas. The fall of 1928 they returned to Kansas 48c Lb.

15c Pkg. PHILADELPHIA CREAM The Man in The Net Starring Alan Ladd Carolyn Jones FRL SAT. SUN. Starting Time 7:00 Sunday Matinee 2:30 The Nun's Story Starring Audrey Hepburn In Technicolor Cheese 3-oz. LIBBY'S Pumpkin HERSHEY'S Cocoa Pleqty of Fresh Turkeys CAPONS HENS HAMS.

etc. 10c 303 Can 35c i2 Lb. if- 33c Can SEE US FOR Hunting Insurance AND ALL OTHER STANDARD POLICIES COFFIN COFFIN oa ik kudud! MANDARIN Oranges ll-oz. E2323 GRADE LARGE Eggs The saddle-shod goei to school again this time In oh-so-feminine AUTOMOBIU INSURANCi 39c Dox. 59c FRYERS Each 59" Plump Tender Fresh OYSTERS pu, 90 -39' washable Nylon Velvet wjth leather saddle and FAIRMONT'S DELICIOUS Egg flog lTtl tWX' i bouncy black crepe sole In black-on-black, No.

300 Ocan Spray Cranberry SABGE 6 ONE PREMIUM At 4 SAVING Cans black-on-grey, or black-on-red. WASHABLE, scuff-resistant, brushes up like new, ond wears so Weill We have. It In all sizes and widths. "Three Generations In the Insurance Business" Day Phone 272Night Phone 571, Call Anywhere STORES mm mma. i3s T0PQljty 403 East Main Phone 495 wwpnees "Offices Open Every I i a Council Grove, Kansas.

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