Iola Register, June 12, 1974, Page 2

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June 12, 1974

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Iola Register (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Iola, Kansas THE lOLA KANSAS REGISTER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1974 PAGE 2 c^/tound town. Diana Lyden was appointed Grand Representative to New Jersey at the Kansas Grand Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, in Liberal last week. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Crook were .hosts to the annual cousins dinner at* their home Sunday. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. George Vanatta, Fort Scott; Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Adams, Carlsbad, N. M.; Mrs. Carl Grieves and Mrs. Edna Dickerson, Carlyie; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wingler and Mrs. Mabel Zink,. LaHarpe; Mrs. Roy Hall and Miss Doris Hall of ......Kansas City, and Mr. and Mrs. ^ Floyd Higginbolham, Mrs. Lydia Adams and Wayne Hall, ' all of lola. SOCIAL^LENDAR .. Thursday WMW pf Trinity United" Methodist Church meets in Fellow.ship Hall,'2 p. m. Public Health Department Family Planning Clinic, 9-11 a. m., 221 S, Jefferson. Call 365-5514 for an appointment. Dorcas Circle, First Christian Church, 9:30 a. m., covered dish. Deborah Group of Wesley United Methodist Church meets at.Jhe church. Dinner, 6:30, meeting, 7:15 p. m. Friday Country Club Ladies Day bridge luncheon, 1 p. m. For reservations call Mrs. George Bowlus, 365-3287 by Thursday noon. Daytime TOPS meets 9:30 a. m., 424 N. Second - Senior Citizens Card Club meets 6 p.m., assembly room of the courthouse. Covered dish, bring table service and card tables. Past Matrons Club meets with Jerri-Drake- for-covered dish supper, 6:30 p. m. Bring table service. Husbands are guests. Farm wages lip WASHINGTON (AP) - Farm wage rates are continuing to climb, averaging $2.21 per hour -for-aH-hired-^vor-keFs-dur-iWi survey taken this spring by the Agriculture Department against $2.16 per hour a year earlier. That is an average computed by USpA for wages paid under variaijs types^pf arrangements, includingxmece^ork and'cash wages onlyTThe figures were. published today by the department's Statistical Research Service. The survey was made in the week of April 7-13. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hicks returned home Tuesday from a .visit in Ramona with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schubert. The Rev. Thomas Nyquist, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will serve as a commissioner from John Cilvin Presbytery (Union) to the Presbyterian Church, U.S. Assembly, June 16-23 in Louisville, Ky. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Nyquist. At least one session of the assembly will be a joint session with the Presbyterian Church in the United "^States (southern) which - meets about .the sanie. lime. Plans for reunion of these two largest American Presbyterian churches is high on the-docket of both assemblies, Mr. Nyquist said69 year old aerialjst over the years has .wU-^nessed 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 Cox, Ro.se Blshop installed Hill; Mr. and Mrs, Herb ^ Shaffer, Gary and Susan, Mulvane; Mr, and Mrs, William Russell and Mr, apd Mrs. Jack the same ^as any home in the Crdssland, Fort Scott; Mr. and - . eommunily. The boys are gi'v^^^^^^ ..........Bishop.Allin. ,y/,hp J\ad .been understanding and are taught to " Mrs, Loren Paige, Garnett; . elected last October to succeied accept responsibility. Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Bishop,' - " - �" � " Lori and Amy, Junction City; the Rev. and Mrs, William McKean and Jimmy, E'd-wardsville; Mr. and Mrs, L. C. WASHINGTON (AP) - De- ' spite poor weather lately, corn belt farmers apparently are catching up in planting corn, according to the latest Agriculture Department survey. By last weekend, USDA said_ today, about 91 per cent of the 1974 corn crop was planted in the north-central area, compared with 89 per cent a year earlier. Nornially, about 95 per cent has been planted by June 9. Officials said the- Iowa corn crop wa% about 93 per cent planted, while Kansas, Nebraska and Ohio were almost completed by the weekend. Corn planting in Illinois was 85 per cent done, Indiana 75 per ccnl#and almost completed in the southern and eastern states, the report said. "Most corn in the corn belt has emerged and isin mostly -good to fair condition," the report said. "However, in Iowa heavy rains caused 8 per cent of the acreage to be replanted." The department said harvest of winter wheat was slowed last 1975. would be 449 million bushels, compared with 533 million estimated in May. The decline, 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, "5 season. was a result of a new appraisal of winter wheat prospects, which showed the crop would be 5 per cent less than anticipated one month ago. The department said Tuesday that as � result of the decline in this year's winter wheat ' Mrs. .Barirett-i-^esident of the Southeast Region Foster ^rents Association. She is vice presiderttof the Kansas Foster Parents, , Association and -recently attended the national meeting in Spokane. M,rs. L. R. Cyrus conducted the business meeting. It was announced that, the National Honor notice has been received and the wearing of the insignia by_all_members_was^explained. It was voted that club dues remain the same as previous years. Nine members were present. Read the' Register classified for great bargains.  WASHINGTON (AP) - The Rt. Rev. John Maury Allin has become the 23rd presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church. the Rt. Rev. John JE. Hines, was installed Tuesday in colorful ceremonies at the Washing-tflii Cathedral. He previously served as Bis'hop of Mississippi. "THE PATCHWORK PRINCE A.PLAY FOR CHILDREN SPONSORED BY: lOLA COMMUNITY THEATRE BOWLUS FINE ARTS CENTER ^ FRIDAY, JUNE 14,7:30 P.M. TICKETS At THE CLOTHESOUT WEEKDAYSITOS P.M. 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS week by heavy rain, but that development of the cnSpi-was ahead of last year in Kansas and Nebraska. In another report, officials said'wheat reserves on July 1, 1975, would be less than expected earlier this year. That If you miss your Register:-First, call your carrier. If you can't contact him, please call JDelux Taxi, 36S-3571 after, 6:30 Choose from over 1000 yards of some of our finest knits~----specially grquped to save you money;-Crepes? diagonal and jacquard stitches, solid colors, and many colorful prints. All of these are 60" wide. 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