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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Creston, Iowa Psi 2-722 Newcomb s the Safe drug store Skylark Page two Creston news advertiser. Creston Iowa saturday june 13,1964. Arrived from Anderson calif., to spend the summer at the Homes of their grandparents or. And mrs. John Boll of cres ton and or. And mrs. Finis Peters of Creston Rural. Meet the president Ruby strand enjoys a life of service society and club news mrs. Lewis Hance and or. And mrs. Willis Hoakison and David attended the graduation of Marion Louise Hance from Iowa state University at Ames. She accompanied them to Creston and following a visit with her Mother has returned to Iowa Falls where she has been employed since March 9 As flt xxi service manager food therapist and dietician in the new addition to the 50-bed Ellsworth Hospital. She plans to come to Creston this weekend for the reunion of the Creston High school class of 1959.Vesta chapter past Noble grands at party saturday chs class of 1959, 7 30 . Dinner Borning cafe followed by dancing upstairs at elks Lodge. Vesta chapter order of East Jern Star met in special session Friday evening at the masonic Temple for the ceremony of initiation. Mrs. Alfred Shafar worthy Matron welcomed All present and formally presented Harold Black of Clearfield and Bill Matthews of Orient grand chapter committee members and . Duskin grand representative. Several guests from neighbouring chapters were present also mrs. Virah Olson of Santa Ana calif., and mrs. Leon Duffield of Iii. Invitations to attend Friendship meetings at Winterset june 19, and at Prescott june 22, were read. Following the initiatory ceremonies mrs. Ted Pearson was honoured for having been a member of Vesta chapter for 50 years. She received her 50 year certificate from grand chapter of Iowa and 50-year a membership jewel and a Corsage from Vesta chapter. In an impressive ceremony mis. De Stanford Sang mrs. Pearson thanked the chapter for the courtesies extended to her after which mrs. Let of Field Sang a Faith unlocks the since the meeting was the last until sept. 17 mrs. Shafar read an appropriate poem a vacation time a and wished All a Happy restful vacation. During the social hour delicious Strawberry Shortcake was served. The table was dec-1 rated with Spring Flowers and a 50 year Emblem. Mrs. Pearson presided. The serving committee was or. And mrs. David Coffeen or. And mrs. Fred Cochrane and min. Harry Gidley. Sunday Golden wedding of or. And mrs. Floyd Claypool of Alton 2 30 . To 4 30 ., Dodge Center Church no gifts please. Union county Saddle club horse show 7 30 ., fair grounds in Afton. Chs class of 1959 family picnic at noon in Mckinley Park. Seventeen past Noble grands were honoured by the Royal re Bekas following the business meeting Friday evening at the roof Hall. A Short program was presented by mrs. Margaret Anton. Noble grand mrs. Walter Kingery. Vice grand mrs. Floyd Blair and mrs. Belle Sweet. Mrs. Sweet presented a White Dove Emblem to mrs. Alferd Binning Png Council president. Each Png was Given a crocheted hat Pincushion made by the Noble grand. Mrs. Binning expressed thanks for the delightful party. Following group singing with mrs. Ray Recknor As pianist a Short memorial serv ice for deceased members was presented by mrs. C. M. Osmun who read the names of those who read died during the past year. She also read a fitting passage from the Bible and Laid a Spray of Pink roses on the altar. All assembled in the dining room where ice Cream and cake were served. The tables were Decora led with Cut Flowers. The committee in charge was mrs Fred Lauffer chairman mrs. Glenn Bryant mrs. Bess Simpson i s. Osmun and mrs. Rex Wiley. During the business meeting held preceding the party mrs. Ida Elliott was elected Delegate to the Rebekah general Assembly and will attend grand i Xigen next fall. The pigs passed their ballots for Assembly officers for the coming year. The charter was unwrap Ltd for Alta Woods past president of the general Assembly. Two carloads of Rebekah were present thursday night when the Shannon City Lodge honoured the american Flag. Rev. And mrs. Leon Duffield of Peru. 111., came to Creston last night to visit her parents or and mrs. Frank Walters Dorf and 1o attend the minion of her class at Creston High school. Monday executive noeling tuesday win More Bible class meet at Church for 6 30 . Picnic. Postal employees family picnic 6 30 ., Mckinley Park. Junior Federated Garden club 2 ., mrs. Rollin Lysinger. Spaulding pushers 4-h club 7 30 ., Center school take record in toys. Odo club 2 ., mrs. Dale with the sick greater Community Hospital admitted Nicky Greene Lenox Anita Grandfield Lorimor w. D. Patterson Creston. Dismissed mrs. Augusta Slater Creston mrs. Robert Vicker Creston mrs. Clint Walters Creston mrs. Emma Ingraham Creston mrs. Johnnie Anderson Creston mrs. Kenneth Boll Lorimor mrs. Delbert Welcher Thayer. Rosary Hospital Corning Corning John Brennon of Villi sea mrs. Leroy Keyt of Bloomfield and Clarence rach of Villi sea have entered the Rosary Hospital Here. Mary Mccann of Corning has returned Home from the Rosary Hospital. 40w shows Start tabbing a a a a a a Frankie Annette buddy Avalon a Funicello a Hackett a Lolly homemaker girls club meets Prescott a the Jolly homemaker girls club met at the Prescott Community school lunchroom on monday. Gloria Harrison called the meeting to order at 2 . Ii Meta Walter led the pledge of allegiance to the american Flag. Janet Birt Secretary called the Roll and 10 members answered the question a How Many sewing projects have you made this year a Jolene Green led the pledge to the club. Rosie Williamson gave a report on a How to make a pair of Jolene Green gave a report on Beverly Wynn led recreation and Lometa Walter was in charge of music. Refreshments j were served by Beverly Wynn i and Lometa Walter. Mrs. Ervin Zimmerman and Peggy were guests. A personals c to �1964 american International pictures starts sunday continuous shows from 2 30 a Presley feuding h a swinging / is til in two roles for im4 first time Creston h Riters t tub entertained mrs. Gerald Schofield entertained members of the Creston writers club Friday evening at a postponed meeting. Mrs. Bill Lemaster was a guest. Dessert wafers nuts candies anti Coffee were served on arrival. The guests were asked to find their places at the dining room table by Matching the roses at the table with hits of verse which described them. Each was privileged to take Home her Rose As a favor. A Lovely arrangement of roses flanked by lighted yellow tapers entered the table and other roses decorated the Home. The Flowers were from the Rose gardens of the r. A. Moores of Cromwell. Mrs. Henry strand conducted the meeting. Mrs. C. R. Smith called the Roll which was an j s we red with bits of poetry and prose. She later presented the lesson on chinese put Ems in prose and japanese Haiku Reading a delightful assortment i from two books of translations from the chinese and late japanese. In keeping with an assignment members read original a co lord poems other poetry and prose and these were evaluated. The club will meet with mrs. Schofield again next Rno Nih. On july 7, at which time the hostess will present the lesson. Or. And mrs. James Mckin j Ney of Santa Rosa calif., spent last week with his parents or. And mrs. Harry Mckinney of mute 3. Or. And mrs. David Mcdonald of Omaha also were guests Ibn go Vonler is s considers senior citizens now Box office opens 7 30 Afton the Dodge Center woman a society of Christian service met at the Home of mrs. Glenn Winn on thursday. I s. Dali Denton presided and read a xxx entitled a Are Strung after which the group prayed the lords prayer in unison. For the worship service min. Holten Mckimmie Ivad 1 Timothy 5 1-8 and 16. She also read the words to the song a peace and i enter nation american us of it tars i and i Kodak Caia Uch Hiscott mrs. Newell Fain was in charge of the pogrom entitled a your later years a time for responsible living Quot assisted by mrs. Orfo Tyler mrs. Orval in Laney min. Farl Bruce min. Glenn Pettigrew and min. Larry Denten. Min. Fain then asked the group different questions a bout How they can help the senior citizens of Kir Church. As action after this program. Min. Rex King made a motion that they give $5. For material to make pillows for the pews. Mrs. Bekinnie closed with a prayer. During the business meeting i Roll Call was answered w Ith i Bible verses containing the word j Quot instruct by 19 members. Mrs. Glen Wilmeth gave the year end report and presented i the budget for rhe coming year j the budget was accepted by the j group. Mrs Newell Fain gave a report on the Supply Askings for j the year. Min. Orval Delaney and mrs. I Earl Bruce volunteered to get the material to make the 4 Pew j pillows and others Volunteer j de to help make them. The next meeting will lie with mrs. Roland Rowe at the Church on july 9 mrs. Denton closed the meeting with a prayer. Refreshments were served by tax hostess. J re Mso Jira slave Quei a Colo scope now toils Way liners Chib meets mrs. Boh Kiesling was hostess to tops Way liners club wednesday evening with 15 members and two guests present. The weigh in showed a total loss of 17 pounds and a total gain of 6g pounds. For the second consecutive week mrs. Max weeks was crowned Kodak Continental United states that is. Except Hawaii and Alaska every night for Only starts sunday women a Fellowship holds installation the women a Fellowship met thursday afternoon in Fellowship lounge of first congregational Church for the general june meeting and installation. Mrs. Harold Simmons conducted the business meeting. Mrs. George Whitmarsh was in charge of the impressive installation service for the 1964-65 officers mrs. Dick k. Jones president mrs. M. R. Paragas vice president mrs. C. R. Saun Fei second vice president mrs Jscott Thompson recording live music Friday and saturday Motorola color . Don Moore music store phone 782-5121 Between 9 and 4 30 . By add make Alt Pentt Mill Chick Elliott Smialey Cue use direct distance dealing and save Money it Trocoli formerly the location of lit legion club downstairs Lowana hotel your Host. Dave Perlovich Creston Mutual Telephone com Uuie

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