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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Boone, Iowa Meetings a parties for this week the ladle auxiliary of fhe j service Martha Guild will meet order of railway conductors at 7 30 p. In. In the Church and brakeman will meet at the Home of mrs. P. A. Anderson Hio first Street tuesday january 18 at 2 p. In. Circles of the woman a society of Christian service of first methodist Church will meet wednesday january 19, at 1 30 . Unless otherwise designated Circle no. In mrs. Clarence Loyal friends class of the Central Christian Church will meet tuesday january 18, at i Orr 1525 1st Street. 7 30 p. In. At the Home of mrs. Circle no. 2�?mrs. H. D. Keith Knuths 305 South Cedar Street. Bea Ceant officers officers of the Boone Assembly no. 83, social order of the Bea Ceant for 1966 Are shown Here first Row left to right mrs. A. A. Meyer marshal mrs. James w. Clark Oracle mrs. C. Rex Vernon worthy president mrs. Mildred a. Cross Des Moines first vice pres., mrs. Otis p. Wright Ames second vice pres., mrs. Peter s. Christensen Ames Precept Ress mrs. L. A. Douglass assistant marshal second Row mrs. Fred Diehl treas., mrs. William Linke. Grand Junction daughter of the household mrs. William hol Strom director of music mrs. H. D. Crumbaugh outer guard mrs. Rose Duff Scranton color bearer mrs. C. E. Alsip recorder mrs. Julius faustian Standard bearer third Row mrs. F. L. Lundquist chaplain mrs. Lawrence a. Beckett mistress of the wardrobe mrs. Albert w. Martin inner guard. Harlan l. Weeks staff photo Crumbaugh Church parlor. Circle no. 3�?mrs. Marmion Adams Fellowship Hall. Circle no. 4�?mrs. Harold Fisher 721 Story. Circle no. 5�?mrs. Don Stark. 229 s. Greene. Circle no. 6�?mrs. George and committee will be in charge. So 127 Union the dinner will be followed by Circle no. 7�?mrs. Maynard a is. Hoist i speaker for woman s club the International and Public affairs department of the Boone woman a club held a meeting in the club rooms of Ericson Public Library thursday january 13, at 1 30 p. In. The meeting was opened by miss Helga Peterson department chairman and routine business was conducted. Announcements were made by the various chairmen of to no m tidal or a pfc pub icon try 17, 19ft# Philathea class of first Baptist Church will meet tuesday. January 18. For a 6 30 p. In. Covered dish dinner in Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Hazel Frazier knights Templar officers officers for 1966 for Excalibur commander no. 13, knights Templar Are shown Here As follows front Row left to right Fred Diehl warder Wallace Samuelson Junior Warden Edwin l. Solberg Sentinel George e. Sharp Generalissimo Julius faustian treas., c. Rex Vernon commander Gus a. Swanson senior Warden Robert social order of Bea Ceant and knights Templar 1966 officers r. Clark Captain general Delmar Phillips first guard g. Everett Munsell recorder Back Row Hobert a. Burris third guard Albert w. Martin Standard bearer Raymond a. Veale prelate h. Roy Brown second guard. Roy Staley sword bearer was unable to be present because of illness. Staff photo by Harlan l. Weeks Boone Assembly no. 83, social order of the Bea Ceant and Excalibur commander no. 13, knights Templar installed their 1966 officers in an impressive joint installation Friday evening january 7th, at 8 of clock in masonic Temple. Lighted red tapers in Cathedral candelabra adorned with Lemon leaves and red Satin bows stood on either Side of the dais in the East and in front of the Pedestal on the dais was a Beautiful arrangement of red and White carnations and greenery. Preceding the ceremonies mrs. Harvey b. Armour played a Medley of Organ music. Mrs. James w. Clark retiring president of Bea Ceant welcomed the group and directed the marshal to invite the installing officers into the Assembly Hall. Mrs. Virgil g. Byerly installing president escorted by sir Knight Delmar Phillips assumed her station in the East and introduced the following installing officers and their escorts mesdames Raymond Veale Kenneth Kupke c. W. Alexander c. W. Kading Chris Kupke Dean Standley and har Rie j. Price and sir knights Raymond Veale James w. Clark a. A. Meyer Harry n. Sundem Chris Kupke Hobert Burris and Julius faustian. Mrs. Armour provided special music for the Entrance of the officers. Mrs. Byers directed the marshals to in vice the 1966 officers elect of the social order of the Bea Ceant to enter the Assembly Hall. They were led by the Standard bearer and color bearer in a March and formed a line in the West. As their names were called by the marshal they took their places around the altar in the form of a Cross and the installation was exemplified according to ritual. The list of officers appears with the accompanying photograph. Mrs. Vernon presented a gift from the Bea Ceant to the retiring president mrs. James w. Clark who expressed appreciation. In speaking to the group mrs. Vernon recalled that her Grandfather and nine sons filled stations at one time in masonic orders. She thanked All who helped with the installation and for the special music provided by mrs. Kading and mrs. Armour. She also thanked sir Knight Vernon for the gift of Flowers used for the occasion and introduced her son Elvin Tilley and granddaughter Janice. Distinguished guests introduced were mrs. Raymond Veale worthy High priestess and installing officers and musicians. Guests introduced were sir Knight Hugh Hossle grand Junior Warden of the grand commander of knights Templar of Iowa. Sir Knight and mrs. Hossle were installed worthy Matron and worthy Patron of Laura chapter no. 115 Ames Friday evening january 14, at 7 30. Others introduced were Norman Harvey Armour watchman of Gene Mondt worshipful master shepherds of bet phage shrine miss Myrtle foes worthy Matron elect of magi chapter no. 139, order of Eastern Star miss Jean Larson worthy advisor of the order of Rainbow for girls sir Knight and mrs. Roscoe Duff worthy Matron and worthy Patron of Crescent chapter of Scranton mrs. C. E. Alsin chairman of the jewelry committee of the supreme Assembly of the Bea Ceant. Mrs. V. G. Byerly thanked mrs. Vernon in behalf of the installing officers for corsages and All courtesies of the evening. The meeting closed with prayer at the altar by the chaplain mrs. F. Leonard Lundquist and the officers retired. During the recess mrs. Armour presided at the Organ. Retiring commander sir Knight a. A. Meyer introduced sir Knight Harry n. Sundem past grand sword bearer of the grand commander of Iowa As installing officer. He assumed his station in the East and introduced the other installing officers sir knights c. E. Alsin Herbert Miller and Earle h. White. Officers shown in the accompanying picture were installed. Sir Knight Vernon thanked the of mount Olive Lodge no. 79, . Amp ., sir Knight Wallace Samuelson High priest elect of tuscan chapter no. 31, sir Knight g. Everett Munsell illustrious master of Champlin Council no. 44 and sir Knight Adel Throckmorton eminent commander of ascension commander no. 69, Ames. The meeting closed with prayer by the prelate sir Knight Raymond Veale. A social hour followed in the dining room where refreshments were served from a table covered with a red cloth overlaid with red net. Entering the table was an arrangement of red and White carnations and greenery with White tapers in triple Crystal holders. On the front of the table in Large White letters were the names a a Rex and mrs. L. A. Douglass and mrs. Mildred Cross presided at the Silver Tea and Coffee services. Sir Knight and mrs. Harry n. Sundem and sir Knight and mrs. Delmar Phillips were parlor hosts and mrs. Harrie j. Price had charge of the guest Register. Sir Knight and mrs. Hobert Burris and their committees served refreshments and mrs. Kenneth Kupke and mrs. James Clark were in charge of decorations. Members and guests attended from Scranton grand Junction Ames Ogden and Des Moines. Attention motorists fast amp efficient Carburettor service is yours for the asking your Carburettor can be rebuilt with guaranteed results for half the Cost of packaged rebuilt carburettors Carburettor specialists for 20 years Erickson Auto electric 7th amp Keeler Boone to. A know your Mechanic a be sure he knows open sunday amp nights by appointment 3% 22%to a iou Hov of Cah 1 no need to worry with your income to �5 let Block your tax worries off your hands a Block men know the new tax rules so for peace of mind you can t beat a Block prepared return. A a a guarantee both Federal and state to Guarani accrual preparation of every lax return of we make any errors that Cost you any penalty a interest we will pay the penalty or interest. America s largest tax service with Over 1000 offices 204 Boone National building weekdays 9 To 6 p. M., sat. 9 to 5 dial 4324083 the regular meeting. Bryant . Study group will meet thursday january 20, at 9 30 a. In. At the Home of mrs. Lawrence Parr 1548 first Street. The topic will be a preparing for a teacher Parent conference to be led by mrs. Vernon Carlson. The woman a missionary society of the first evangelical free Church will hold its service meeting wednesday january 19, at 1 30 p. In. In Fellowship Hall. Trinity lutheran woman a Guild circles will meet in the Parish Hall wednesday january 19, As follows Circle i at 12 30 p. In. For a covered dish luncheon Circle 2 at 1 30 p. In. And Circle 3 at 8 p. In. Philathea class of the first methodist Church will meet tuesday january 18, at 1 30 p. In. In the Church parlor. Home life department of Boone woman a club which is sponsoring a beginning knitting class instruction will meet in the club rooms of Ericson Public Library tuesday january 18, at 9 30 a. In. Bring knitting Needles and yarn. Boone Rebekah Lodge no. 301 will meet wednesday january 19, at 7 30 ., in regular session in . Hall. The serving committee will be mrs. R. B. Jackson and mrs. Viola Nelson. Magi chapter no. 139, order of Eastern Star will have installation of 1966 officers wednesday january 19, at 8 p. In in masonic Temple. Miss Myrtle foes will be installed As worthy Matron and Fred foes As Wor thy Patron. Guilds of the augustan lutheran Church women will meet wednesday january 19, As follows Hannah Guild at 9 15 In room no. To. A Sitter will be provided Esther Guild will meet at the Home of mrs. J. R. Solheim 206 Story at 9 15 a. In. Dorcas and Ruth guilds meet for a joint luncheon at the Church at i p. In. With each member bringing their table Mccall 228 16th. Circle no. Mrs. Earl Baker 1418 Tama. Circle no. 9�?mrs. Pauline i Carpenter Church parlor 9 15 a. In. Circle no. Ion mrs. William i Martin 228 Linn. Circle no. Llu mrs. Wrex Wil son it. No. I. Circle no. 12�?mrs. Bruce Cleaveland 208 w. 3rd. Circle no. 13�?mrs. Bruce Johnson 309 Linn Street 7 30 p. In. Circle no. 14�?mrs. Edward Erickson Church parlor 8 00 p. In. The Boone newcomers club will meet thursday january 20th, at 7 30 . At the . Anyone not contacted for reservation May Call mrs. L. A. Santage 432-5522, by wednesday noon. The tops club will meet this monday evening january 17, in the chamber of Commerce meeting room at 8 of clock instead of 7 30. Note change of meeting time. The United presbyterian women a circles will meet wednesday january 19, As follows Circle no. I in the fireside room at 9 30 a. In. Circle 2 in the fireside room at 1 30 a. In. Circle 3 with mrs. R. D. Beckwith 127 South Story Street at 1 30 p. In. Circle 4 with mrs. R. L. Musser 109 Linn Street at 1 30 p. In. Circle 5 with mrs. Glen Barrett 1406 Boone Street at 1 30 p. In. Circle 6 in the fireside room at 7 30 p. In. The Lincoln school Parent education study group will meet tuesday january 18, at 1 30 p. In. At the Home of mrs. Harry Nickerson 211 West seventh Street. The subject for discussion will be a preparing for a teacher Parent conference. Circle meetings of the woman a society of Christian service of the Marion Street methodist Church will be held wednesday january 19, As follows Dorcas Circle with mrs. Albert Gill 709 West first Street at 2 p. In. Ruth Circle with mrs. John Jones 317 w. Fifth at 2 p. In. Deborah Circle to meet j in the Church Parlours at 8 p. In. With mrs. Robert Swanson mrs. Dean Mchugh and mrs. Allie Kirkman hostesses. The guest speaker will be mrs. Ted Pear-1 son and members of Dorcas and Ruth circles Are invited to at a tend the Deborah Circle meet-1 ing. The circles of the Baptist woman a Mission society will meet wednesday january 19, As Fol lows Circle in mrs. Raymond cot j ton 1618 4th, 1 30 p. In. Circle 2�?mrs. A. H. Johnson 521 Crawford 2 00 p. In. Circle 3�?mrs. Cgeorge sum Berg 521 Tama 1 30 p. Rn., Des sort luncheon. Circle 4�?judson room. 2 00 p. In. Mrs. Roger Cordell Host is. Circle 5�?miss Gene Smith 312�/2 Boone st., 12 30 p. Rn., covered dish luncheon. Bring own table service. Circle 6�?mrs. Eugene Buech Ler route 2, 8 00 p. In. Circle 7�?mrs. Ernest Jackson route i 7 45 p. Des Worth Circle will meet thursday january 20th, at 2 p. In. At the Home of mrs. Carl Nelson for an afternoon meeting. Page Parent teachers association will have its annual dads night covered dish dinner meeting wednesday january 19, at 6 30 p. In. In the Multi purpose room at the school. Those attending Are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. The regular meeting will follow. Or. Gerald Lamotte pastor of first methodist Church will de the guest speaker. All Are Welcome. And mrs. George Gibson called attention to the picture of Lite month a Pencil drawing of a Seascape made by mrs. Joseph Romedahl upon crossing the Atlantic in 1959. Guests were welcomed and introduced. Mrs. Bert Askvig read an inspirational article on a the new year including the poem. A the set of the sails. Mrs. Verne Whitmer program chairman introduced the speaker of the afternoon mrs. Bertram p. Holst who showed pictures of Southeast Asia beginning with the Cherry blossoms and Flowers in Japan tho olympics site and taking the viewers through numerous cities and islands to Formosa the Philippines Hiroshima the Lotus towers Singapore and Hong Kong. The pictures showed fabulous buildings and intricate design rooms with inlaid ceilings and Gold plated screens As Well As a fashion show featuring luxurious and expensive Kimonos. The pictures were Beautiful and mrs. Holst a descriptions and personal observations provided an entertaining program which was appreciated by the club members. A social hour followed and refreshments were served from a table entered with a japanese Floral arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums flanked by Olive Green candles and a japanese figurine in front of an i open fan. The arrangement was i designed by mrs. H. C. Anderson. Mrs. Holst presided at the Coffee service and miss Helga Peterson served Tea. Assisting hostesses were mrs. G. E. Sharp and mrs. Warren Lundell Honolulu has built 40,000 new Homes since 1946. One Dollar or less buys a 3-minute station Call to anywhere in the j. S. Except Alaska and Hawaii if you Call after 8 . Or anytime on sunday. Plus tax. Call tonight Northwestern Bell at 7 30 . 0.1, love is More than a goodnight kiss a remain Imio joint tit Mohning plus action packed $ listed Tylar i John Ford fix 9 m a. Young Cassidy Mew Inch Waar a open House sunday for or. And mrs. Roland York a open House will be held sunday afternoon january 23rd, from 1 30 to 4 30 at the Home of or. And mrs. Roland r. York 1611 sixth Street in Celebration of their Twenty fifth wedding anniversary. The event is being planned by their family or. And mrs. Richard a. York Marshalltown or. And mrs. Roland m. York Des Moines and John York Boone. All relatives and friends Are invited to attend. 3 Day specials. Hees tuesday wednesday Osco quip shop evenings a store hours 9 a. To 9 p. M Hershey s chocolate syrup i c j la of. Box Peanut Brittle closed sundays dip stick 11 of Jujj at i All Heater fits most cars let Osco fill your next prescription distilled p ids of scowl water Fidiah uni Cap chewable special buy too. 1 get 24 free Only 2 a no Deposit no refund plastic Jug no appointment necessary i hat Osco he a Delmi a Tim right to limit reserved

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