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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Arkansas City, Kansas Society an cd cell. Crane family reunion is Field in Ashton Community building Ine Arkansas City Kan daily traveler monday september 26, 1965 flare s All social items must be reported within three Days to be certain of publication. Those brought in or sent by mail must be signed by the sender and include address and Telephone number. In reporting items for the Calendar Day and hour of the meeting not publication Date should be Given. Pictures for engagements weddings or Golden weddings should be 3inches wide Blacic and White Glossy prints. They will be returned intact whenever possible and should be picked up within two weeks. All weddings must be reported within 10 Days to assure publication. Please Telephone society items Between 9 00 and 10 30 . To Gwen Fisher society editor of the traveler Telephone i 2-1030. All other items Travelette births deaths and funerals Church and general news should be called in to the news department i 2-4200. A a the annual Crane family reunion was held recently in the Ashton Community building. A Basket dinner was served at noon followed by a social hour and session of picture taking. There were 59 present. Those attending were the following or. And mrs. Walter Crane or. And mrs. Lloyd Crane and Robert and Lloyd jr., Ben s. Crane or. And mrs. Everett Crane or. And mrs. Ervin Richardson and children and or. And mrs. Joe Mavis and children Arkansas City or. And mrs. Roy Clason Ashton Rosa Ash and mrs. Edna Holloway and children South Haven or. Ami mrs. Thomas a Crane and or. And mrs. Clarence Crane Caldwell or. And mrs. Don Dodd and son and Carol Barbara and Ruth Ann Coulter Wellington or. And mrs. Ernest r. Eshelman of Leon or. And mrs. Roy Crane and children and Lyman s. Crane Winfield or. And mrs. Thomas f. Bliss and Carol and Cathy and or. And mrs. Elmer Bliss Oxford or. And mrs. Merle Crane and David Terry and Leona sue and or. And mrs. Edd Crane Gouda Springs and mrs. Minta Atkinson Caldwell. Calendar of coming events tuesday Sweet Adeline inc., women a Barbershop chorus 7 30 p.m., North City club rooms. American legion auxiliary 7 30 p.m., american legion Hall. Vow Post and auxiliary joint dinner 6 30 p.m., vow memorial building women asked to bring vegetables salads or desserts. Welcome Wagon tuesday afternoon Bridge club. 1 p.m., mrs. Wayne Kinsley 218 Meek Are. Young moderns 7 30 p.m., mrs. Melvin Baughman it. 2. Royal neighbors of America 7 30 p.m., roof Hall practice for convention. Modern mothers study club. 1 30 p.m., mrs. Fred Dor 310 North a st. A. W. Childs mrs. A. W. Childs Arkansas Cit Yans feted on Golden anniversary lesson is Given at Ruth Circle or. And mrs. A. W. Childs it. 3, were honoured recently on their Golden wedding anniversary at a reception held in the Home of their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Leslie Waldeck it. 4. Mrs. Delbert Childs daughter in Law of the Honoreen assisted As hostess. Or. And mrs. Childs have three children John Childs Delbert Childs and mrs. Leslie Edith Waldeck All of Arkansas City and three grandchildren. Present for the reception were four generations including mrs. Childs Mother mrs. John Mes Sner mrs. Childs mrs. Waldeck and miss Jeri Waldeck the latter a granddaughter of mrs. Childs. A lace cloth Over Gold covered the reception table which featured Crystal punch service a tiered mock wedding cake and an autumn arrangement of yellow roses and other fall Flowers. Jeanette Childs and Jeri Wal deck granddaughters of the Honoreen assisted in serving guests. Mrs. Goldie Stewart of Arkansas City registered guests and Karen Hutton assisted the couple in opening and displaying their gifts. Out of town guests attending were or. And mrs. Merle How Ell of Newton or. And mrs. Adam Messner Caney and or. And mrs. E. L. Childs of Independence. Gagarin once a steel worker Bratis lava Czechoslovakia apr soviet astronaut Yuri Gagarin a original profession was a foundry Man the czechoslovak news Agency reported. . Reported this in connection with a visit of Gagarin to a Steele Plant in Kosice Eastern Slovakia where he donned a foundry worker s suit and did some steel work. Members of the Ruth Circle a pcs of the Aldersgate methodist Church met recently at the parsonage 1100 n. Seventh st., for their monthly meeting. Hostesses were mrs. Herbert Bolliger mrs. Roy Branine and mrs. Charles Hays. Circle chairman mrs. A. H. Lefaivere presided opening the meeting with prayer and the thought for the Day a your happiest mrs. Frank Sowden led in devotions a one spirit a mrs. J. H. Darst presented the lesson from the Book a your churches face Union a which explains the anticipated Union of the methodist and evangelical United Brethren churches. She reviewed the first two chapters. Lessons for the next two months will continue the study of this Book. The 13 members present reported making 28 Calls during the month. Mrs. Herbert Bolinger and mrs. Jessie Campbell were guests. The chairman closed the meeting with prayer. Brady Circle to carry off beautifully Chanel no 5 Spray perfume Spray Cologne. Uns billable. . Each 5.00. Refills 3.50. Spray perfume Spray Cologne set 10.00. Graves drug mrs. Leonard Hart gave the lesson a affluence and poverty a when fourteen members of the Brady Circle a pcs of the first methodist Church attended the monthly Circle meeting recently in the Home of mrs. Ted Draper 423 w. Fifth ave. Mrs. J. H. Ascham of Al Dorado ark., was a guest. An informal Coffee preceded the business meeting. Assisting hostesses were mrs. E. J. Fitch mrs. Margaret Johnson and mrs. C. L. Saylor. Mrs. J. R. Brady chairman conducted the meeting. Mrs. Hart announced the study course oct. 9, at 5 p.m., at the Church. Mrs. Eyer Bush mrs. Roscoe Hitchcock mrs. Guy Hammond mrs. D. D. Ronsick and mrs. Cora Wallace birthday celebrants were honoured. The next Circle meeting will be oct. 19, with mrs. Ray Quinn it. 2, As hostess. A a a Rodeo ettes mrs. Norman Sparks vice president presided during the dinner meeting of Rodeo ettes recently. The september session was attended by two guests miss Marie Ellinger and mrs. David Walker and 21 members. A Short routine business meeting was held following a mexican dinner. Game prizes were won during the social hour by mrs. Richard Graves mrs. Norman Sparks mrs. Dick Cook and mrs. Larry Callison. Hostesses were mrs. C. H. No Gen mrs. Raymond Anderson mrs. Harris Brown and mrs. Cliff Tapp. Topeka elected Topeka. A Jack c. Pulliam of Topeka was elected Kansas kiwanis governor sunday succeeding j. Ellis Jackson of Wichita who completes his term in december. Pulliam is superintendent of the Kansas boys Industrial school. Al q of Snen Christian Supply amp gift shop 1912 no. Summit . I 2-1520 hours 8 30 til 5 00 open thursday evening til 8 80 bibles a books a cards a music a records gift items a sunday school material Burton Circle Given report on missions mrs. W. E. Burton chairman of the Burton Circle of the first United presbyterian Church presided during the september meeting of 14 members recently in the Home of mrs. J. R. Leach 1424 North a st. Mrs. Burton gave a resume of Billy grahams a realty of mrs. J. C. Goff gave the lesson from the study guide a realms of our calling a and read an article pertaining to migrant workers and their living and working conditions. Mrs. Robert Allison read from a the Circle of prayer a and dedicated the offering of the least Coin. Mrs. Raymond Kittrell gave a report on missions in Thailand and the Synod of Idaho. She asked that gifts for the Mission in Brockton mont., be brought to the next meeting. The love gift was dedicated by mrs. Kittrell. Mrs. Cecil Nolen will be hostess for the next meeting time Date and place for this to be announced in the traveler. Rocking chair Bazaar planned by Church women announcements of upcoming events were made during the september meeting of 18 members of the a group cwt of the Central Christian Church held recently in the Church. Mrs. Elmo Crain and mrs. Ronnie Rowley were hostesses. Mrs. Bill Ramsey president presided opening with a Reading from a the leaves of mrs. W. L. Lewis served As Secretary Tern. The Rock Springs Retreat will be oct. 19-21. Donations were taken for the ditty bag project of the american red Cross for servicemen in Viet Nam. Mrs. Elmo Crain explained plans for the third annual rocking chair Bazaar. Mrs. Jack Baird presented the study and worship a Canada the Dominion today a was Given by mrs. W. L. Lewis. The meeting was concluded after the cwt Benediction. Speck Circle has session mrs. Eldon Smith and mrs. Doyle Van Schuyler we Ere assisting hostesses for the september meeting of the speck Circle a pcs of the first methodist Church held recently in the Home of mrs. Tom lord it. 3, following a Cov ered dish luncheon. Mrs. Ronald speck chairman presided. Mrs. Hubert Johnston was named treasurer and mrs. Jim Estep we As named Fellowship committee chairman. Mrs. Kyle Tilson announced the All Church study course oct. 9, at 5 p.m., when the lesson will be a need is our committee chairmen gave reports and devotions were Given by mrs. Tilson. A a in be lost my baby was the lesson topic presented by mrs. Monroe Lowery and mrs. Herbert Marshall. The Circle will serve noon luncheon for they teens on oct. 11. Mrs. Jack Borror will be hostess for the next meeting on oct. 19. Guests were mrs. Larry Clark mrs. Richard Crittenden mrs. Stew Art Abbey and mrs. Jess l. Rahn. Cook books ordered by Wal Ehu group the 17 members of the Wal Extension homemakers unit attending the recent meeting held in the Home of mrs. Elmer Arnett it. 1, voted to order Cook books. Mrs. Lloyd Reed was co hostess. Reports on 30 children dressed for school were Given. The hostess gave devotions. Plans were made to begin meetings at 1 15 p.m., on meeting Days during the school year. The lesson on a Home furnishings was Given by mrs. Orville Krueger. Guests mrs. Ralph Myers mrs. Gene Anstine mrs. Norman Tracey and mrs. Melvin Thomson were introduced and welcomed. Mrs. Lawrence Rippe will be hostess for the next meeting on oct. 18. Mrs. Richard Marrs will be co hostess. Quilting work is completed at All Day session quilting work was completed during the All Day work session heir in Central Christian Church recently by members of the cwt Brown and Dee groups. There were 27 members participating. A sack lunch was served at noon. Mrs. George Brown and mrs. Clifton Dee. Group presidents conducted the meeting. Mrs. Dunbar gave devotions a a Christian life a and read scripture using excerpts from a the mrs. Charles Cassida gave the lesson a Canada the members reported making 31 Calls Reading six books Reading two a world Calls a and observing 20 daily devotional sessions. Mrs. L. E. Speece cwt president was a guest. The Dee group made plans to serve for the cwt social oct. 5. Mistletoe club the 12 members of the Mistletoe club voted to donate $5 to the american red Cross project for servicemen s ditty bags when they met in the City club rooms thursday for a luncheon and their september meeting. Mrs. Warren Hamm president conducted the meeting. Mrs. Irene Severson was named a Delegate to an inter organizational meeting. The door prize was won by mrs. Hamm and the game prize was won by Elvira bowl Man. Mrs. George Newman and mrs. Inez Hylton will be hostesses for the next meeting oct. 27, at 2 p.m., in the South City club rooms. Friendly Circle club the Friendly Circle club members of South Haven held their september meeting in the Home of mrs. Vera Owen. Mrs. Arlene Molzen we As co hostess. Mrs. Vera Owen presided during the met ting. The following new officers were elected president mrs. Vera Austin vice president mrs. Dortha Bilyeu Secretary treasurer mrs. Rita Sto Kenson and reporter mrs. Gladys Stalnaker. Members Are preparing a Sunshine Box for mrs. Lois Austin a patient in memorial Hospital. Names of mystery pals were revealed and exchanged again for the next year. During the social hour contests were won by Edgitha Scott and Inez Moore and re a Neal received the mystery package. Refreshments were served to 12 members and guests. Mrs. Gladys Stalnaker reporter. Stark group holds september session members of the Stark group cwt of the Central Christian Church held their september session recently in the Home of mrs. Quinton Budd 610 n. Second st. Mrs. Daniel Stark president presided. Mrs. Bruce Smith gave devotions. Mrs. Casida a guest and ten members attended. Mrs. Casida gave the study lesson on the geography of Canada. Plans were made to participate in the american red Cross project ditty bags for servicemen in Viet Nam and to prepare bags for the Church world service. It was announced that the world Community program would be held nov. 4, that the Rock Springs Institute would be oct. 19-21, and that the Axtel Bazaar would be held the first part of december. The rocking chair Bazaar is scheduled dec. 4. Back to classes Rio de Janeiro apr students returned to classes Here and throughout most of Brazil today after 10 Days of strikes demonstrate on and clashes with police. Buve sell rent Trade ttys traveler classified is on state visit Belgrade Yugoslavia we alter Ulbricht president of East Germany arrived Here today for a seven Day state visit. Memorial Hospital notes admitted saturday mrs. Moran Bible red Rock okla. Jan Ziegler 5124 n. First st. Mrs. Olave Bare 520 s. Seventh st. Mrs. A e. Caughman 1516 South h. St. Mrs. Nellie m. Baker 1226 South h. St. Dismissed saturday Ray Mansker 211 s. Seventh st. Mrs. Kenneth Judd 1112 n. Third st. Harry c. Wood. 403 South d st. Miss Claudine Elston 518 North d st. Admitted sunday mrs. Lester Gould. It. 4 Leondis Kelley 1302 n. Third st. Mrs. N. J. Salisbury 1917 North c st. James j. Webb it. 3 Theodore Pixley 1339 n. Second st. Dismissed sunday Lester Simons 208 Virginia ave. Mrs. Ralph Cross 726 North d st. Ralph Cross 726 North d st. Stella m. Jones 1118 n. Fifth st. Stephen Wright 224 n. Third st. James m. Ozbun 514 n. Ninth st. Mrs. H. W. Stoltenburg Topeka. Mrs. Olave Bare 520 s. Seventh st. Mrs. Joe Schreiner 215 Stanley drive. Mrs. Robert Austin South Haven. In nautical language a Sheet is a rope used to haul sails out and in. Russell Stover candies Dye drug store. Tf-w-f-m-133 Hill electric co. Marshall w. Hill 106 so. 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