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Iola Register (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Iola, Kansas THE lOLA KANSAS JUNE 12, 1974 PAGE 2 Diana Lyden was appointed Grand Representative to New Jersey at the Kansas Grand Order of Rainbow for in Liberal last Mr. and Mrs. Millard Crook were to the annual cousins dinner their home Those attending Mr. and Mrs. George Fort Mr. and Mrs. Waldo N. Mrs. Carl Grieves and Mrs. Edna Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wingler and Mrs. Mabel Mrs. Roy Hall and Miss Doris Hall of and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mrs. Lydia Adams and Wayne ' all of Thursday pf Trinity Methodist Church meets in p. m. Public Health Department Family Planning 9-11 a. 221 Call 365-5514 for an Dorcas First Christian 9:30 a. covered Deborah Group of Wesley United Methodist Church meets 6:30, 7:15 p. m. Friday Country Club Ladies Day bridge 1 p. m. For reservations call Mrs. George 365-3287 by Thursday Daytime TOPS meets 9:30 a. 424 N. Second - Senior Citizens Card Club meets 6 assembly room of the Covered bring table service and card Past Matrons Club meets with dish 6:30 p. m. Bring table Husbands are Farm wages lip WASHINGTON - Farm wage rates are continuing to averaging per hour survey taken this spring by the Agriculture Department against per hour a year That is an average computed by USpA for wages paid under wages figures published today by the department's Statistical Research The survey was made in the week of April 7-13. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hicks returned home Tuesday from a in Ramona with Mr. and Mrs. Henry The Rev. Thomas pastor of the First Presbyterian will serve as a commissioner from John Presbytery to the Presbyterian U.S. June 16-23 in Ky. He will be accompanied by Mrs. At least one session of the assembly will be a joint session with the Presbyterian Church in the United which - meets about Plans for reunion of these two largest American Presbyterian churches is high on of both Mr. Nyquist England star of the film version of the rock musical escaped with some 200 other persons when fire broke out in the ballroom pf a seaside pier where filming was taking Firemen fought the blaze for more than three Authorities said the fire apparently began when plastic curtains were set ablaze by smoke canisters being used in work The work of four Kansas poets has been chosen for publication in the new of by the United Amateur Press by Mrs. Sylvia who wrote Love and Kathryn Croan Cooper whose Friend Like will in the by Mrs. Bonnie Neil of was also chosen as well as a by Mrs. Cooper's Mrs. Cooper's poem has won a previous award in Mrs. Underwood's poem also appears in her fifth paper by Mrs. has won two awards plus honorable mention at other times during her first year of which she recently Community News Club DAR hears program by Mrs. Barnett Behavior Modification was the program presented by Mrs. Trudy Barnett to members of Daughters of the American Revolution Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Keyser with Mrs. Viva Pierce and Mrs. Ralph ' Cummins Mrs. Barnett and her husband Leo operate a home for eight boys at the Allen County north of She told the group that the goals in their home are the same as any home in the The 50th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Perkins received over 200 relatives and friends at their 50th wedding anniversary reception Sunday afternoon at the First Baptist Those from a distance include Mr. and Mrs. Crouch and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Dale all of Edith and Mrs. John and and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mrs. Beth ani Trenna of and and Mrs. Carl IMORE TO BREAK than a record faced Great when he set a new world's walk mark of feet on a the Kings amusement The year old over the years has the death of four family members in the course of their act. - Corn about oU planted Keith Simmons and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Berlin installed Mr. and Herb Gary and and William Russell and apd Mrs. Jack the same any home in the Fort Mr. and - The boys are understanding and are taught to Loren elected last October to accept Mr. and Kenneth - - Lori and Junction the Rev. and William McKean and Mr. and L. C. WASHINGTON - De- ' spite poor weather corn belt farmers apparently are catching up in planting according to the latest Agriculture Department By last USDA about 91 per cent of the 1974 corn crop was planted in the compared with 89 per cent a year about 95 per cent has been planted by June 9. Officials said Iowa corn crop about 93 per cent while Nebraska and Ohio were almost completed by the Corn planting in Illinois was 85 per cent Indiana 75 per almost completed in the southern and eastern the report corn in the corn belt has emerged and isin mostly to fair the report in Iowa heavy rains caused 8 per cent of the acreage to be The department said harvest of winter wheat was slowed last 1975. would be 449 million compared with 533 million estimated in The the figures showed was due mainly to a reduction in winter wheat prospects this year but also in expected exports during the 1974-prospects the reserve on July 1, was a result of a new appraisal of winter wheat which showed the crop would be 5 per cent less than anticipated one month The department said Tuesday that as result of the decline in this year's winter wheat ' Mrs. of the Southeast Region Foster She is vice the Kansas Foster Association and attended the national meeting in L. R. Cyrus conducted the business It was announced the National Honor notice has been received and the wearing of the insignia It was voted that club dues remain the same as previous Nine members were Read Register classified for great WASHINGTON - The Rt. Rev. John Maury Allin has become the 23rd presiding bishop of the Episcopal the Rt. Rev. John was installed Tuesday in colorful ceremonies at the He previously served as of PATCHWORK PRINCE FOR CHILDREN SPONSORED lOLA COMMUNITY THEATRE BOWLUS FINE ARTS CENTER JUNE 14,7:30 P.M. 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