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/-=v A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. *, ,, ,., 76; No. 30. 12 Pages - 2 Sections MANKATO, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1967 IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNTY, WE'RE FOR I1' . I - I . , I ' I ' |received Jewell Comity tag City / number 1 for 1967 He was in5 Max Louder Mankato. ( . . - ] ",, ," .' . , , : . ., ] A group of Jewell County 1962. I)urlng the time the pro-land provxde the latest model ;~ ~: /his car at the courmouse from 6 Ver mn r'eooe aewe.. ~ ...................... ~; ~ / .... " . ~." I, ] ..... ' 1. , /CILIZens met wltn the dewell Ject was Getayeu because el x-ray, It Will take approv- als, 6 in ivlonosy Janu:-lry ~ l Eowilr(l Snute I4]sl)on. '. : ......... i~:~ [ np" " h filst' one in lin " l) n l'obin tt 'Randall [County Conwllescent Hospgal court action, building costs nnately $40000 In donatlm~ll. ' ': ]a O was te ' ~ e i5 ( 1~ C ' ' . ~ [ , , :~'~ .... " ~:: ....... : ' / . ' . ' Boil "d at its regular Ja mary raised eonslderab y The hos- A meeting to 'kickoff' the 2 ..... ........ ~ ~z,,~~, ~ Y ..... lneetmg at the courthouse pltal board had a difficult de-ldrlve for funds will ha he, id .... : . ~ ~. ........ , when the count tleasmcrs 9 Roy Kcelcr Formoso .... : ,~.::~ :::,~, .::>:~:: ~ ','g ;~,~a:~ office opened at 9 00 a m l0 John t,u er twanKato . . -" -'- --'--, ~ :~'~..~:;,,..:~;,,~i ~'~::>~!~ ....... f ....... [Tuesday afternoon January c smn to make They couldlat the Buffalo Roam Steak ::U:'~ :~:,:~:. :~'~: < ,IS": ::: ::,~: Tuesoay January ,5 lAW ~ccorcung tO Mrs lLalpn ~.:~ ~ '~'~.!* .:!~:~ [. " '... . " ," 3rd. The principal topm dis- build the building as orlgmallylHouse at 12'00 noon W~n,uL. : ~:~'~ ~{3 :':{.:7 : [ ....... ', ., I., .... '. . . . l cussed was the I)mve lor ltos- phlnned and use the remam-ldav January 18 A Jeu,Al! ,~ " : ~ :~ a :~:~ tag numner 2 in potm was L le ' t le IO leVIlg L~gS nacl been -' ~" " *~'" .... ..... : : ~ :: ~:~. ~' ] . . .' ' . pltal Donations which will be der of money for equipment]County Volunteer ttoapital :> ? ~ ~:; : ~,= :': : /serene in line ann receiveu SO (I ) z 1 " ~( ~ Ill TUCSQHy " -- ' ..... h i : : :!:~' ::: . ~ .. . " ." .... " . ,.2..~ lnaue in tile near luture, as uu' as it woula go or t eylCommittee to raise th* m,.... ...... ..... ~' , " 1967 tag nunmer 2 ne spe~tI o~nluar'y I lbl trucks; 2~U ........ : : ! " ' . _ ~ The $440 000 awulable to the could reduce the size and el-twill be appointed at this m~ ' : :. :i~ ~ [ mucn of me wa tang time ca "s" t, notorcyles' ano u . ' I : ..... : .......... ' ....... : ~ ' ' hosp tal board wou d have fic ency of the build ng in Letters are :; .... :::::::::; :~ .... :7: .~;~ visiting with Bob. trailers Tags were being ' . . .. g. bemg sent :~ .... e ..... ~.:::: ' ':, ...... ::~. : .... I ............ constructed and equipped the The board wisely decided to leitizens in every tOW'-h~.~ ::: : : ~ : .::;-~ " wne res~ otme ilrst ten m p it( l~lseQ off tile 1 rst oay in " ""~'~a*v ~ : " :: "~?~, , .~ '. . ',.~. .; .... . - - hospital as it was phmned construct the bul dlng as or-lthe county invitina ,~-aona :: ."~ :~: ":e:: line ~uesaaymorning wnenI lm)~mat mey coma De OO- . ' " ', " ' ~ ~'~* : ~ : :~: i :.,# [ .... ". . . . ' .... [ when the county resident : igimllly planned In order to I to this meetina Ray le.p. :.: " # , i:: ~;' : me eourmouse openeo anu tilllle(I IHSL('I' lnan theyare ..... ~" w u ,~" iJ~ ~ :: : : a ~ ~~ I . . I .. '., . , .... [voted on the proposal in Nov equip the building as deslredlworth is handlin" arra .... [] ~ [j~ :,:~:: ~ ~ ~ ~., It]e tag numoers tney recetv- ormm rny nougnt accormngl "' I . , ~ ~mr I I ~:7 ~ :i:iill ~ .... ~ ~'! led to Mrs Anderson . [ inlems In lvianKato, m.v~70~t~ |l ' | .... ' I' I,- I thisWh is interested in attending ::,: . , ~ 3, Sam Glllett, Esbon ..... a i I [ant, Bah I ala [vited to attend. Those, II | +~t ~ ~ ~l f~.. ~ ., Eo Act Amendment Offers I .Vll~j. vl~ a Vi~l~ Ireceive letters, will be~ l ' [: ~ ~ ~~ i --.~'s ~"' '"P'~ New Resources For I i [ l, I . I to return an enclosed card by I I I',...Ly ..UU LtU IR ra, PovertyWar I P^.^,'t," [1. lmaB't [January 16 if he or she I1{ llBI a II I ......... i" l IICpglt,3 VII IIIUIG' /lllJ Jig to attend This way the [] [] ',~ [] ~.~ ~ll~ I II~e ivlanKato tAty iJounc I I ......... l B ~ steak hous " - ~ " ~ : : Additional and much needed ' e can Know no~ ~ ~ met Tuesda evening Jan. 3,[ ':' ~ Y ' ' s for hard ressed . , , ~ many will be at the lunclt0oa, 1i ~: .... ~ ] ~ [at 7:30 D.m Mayor Gayle ~esource, P " ,I Washington D. C -Con-[talks with melnhers of thel. . . [Cristman" called th'e meeti'ng low-income rural people de-lgressman Bob Dole returned State Government and to ob-Ianyhe, wno aoesn't r0c. , ~~;:~:~ ~. ~ ~ Ito order with Councilmen]siring to nnprove their farmlearly this morning (Dee. 22), serve h,odgram and fertdlzerld letter and would hke2~ atw I ~f'~fij~ at / m ~ ICleo Hiltgen, Dale Seirer, iincome or start new smalllfrom India where he had been]unloading operations in the]tend, is asked to contact ~: i [ | 1 [ ~ I Doyle Alcorn, Arch Weaver- bus nesses wi be provided [taking a firsthand look at port. I Ellswor~h. The meal :: " r ~ to " ,, furnished I ~ I1 ~ Ihng and Eugene Meeke, through an amendment [some of the accomphshments[ Our Dekgatton next Vlsltedl ' " .. ~ ~ ~ [City Clerk Finlay Munro [Title 111 el the Economic Act[and problems of Indian agri-[the rice-growing Tanjore Dis-[ In addition to furnishing : ::~i,~ [ ~ i ~l~ [and City" Superintendent" signed recently by President]culture. l given the opportunity to view[ site and making utilttle~ ~all-: / ~ 1 l~ ~ [Cliff Hancock present. !Johnson. [ Dole was a member of a]the massive eme,'geney eroplable at the site, without COSt / :~: i ~ / ~ ~ [ Bills were read and ap-[ This fact was pointed out to-/Congressional delegation which[expansion scheme in ti~e Kosi[ t(!. the county, Mtmka~ , " 1 :i: I ~ 1 [ ~ [proved. I day by Walter J. Campbell, [visited India lit the request of I irrigation area in Purnea Dis-[ citizens have already donated k 1 il 1 ~ 1 ~ I snow removal from the l Farmers Home Administra-IPresident Johnson. ]tact. In Patna we met withl"early $6,000 to the equipm~ :: , fund before the drive StartS. [] 1 !'~ 1 l~ ~ ]streets was discussed The[tion County Supervisor for] The delegation was headedlleadersoftheBiharStateGov I , l~he hospital board voted [] ~ 1 ,Jl [] /~ ~ [Council commended the city]Jewell and Mitchell Counties, / by Congressman Bob Poage, lernment and with Mr. Jays[T' s' " I ] ~S!' I [] ~ ~ [crew for the splendid jobtwhose office is in Mankato,](D-Texas) incoming Chair-[Prakash Narayan and mere-] ue,'day to provide a ~qtt~~ : i [ /~'. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ [they did in removing the re-IKansas. [man of the Committee on Ag-[bers of his Emergency Fa-[iind place it in a roomi , person or family donatas th~ i[ ~ | ~| ~ ]cent heavysnow. ] "This important Economiciriculture; and also included]mine Relief Committee. [ " ; 2 | [ ~ | I ~ ~ I Minutes of the last meet-I Opportunity Act amendment l Senator Jack R. Miller, (R-l From Bihar, we were ac.-[ money to equip a room. "1~ 1 I ~ 1 ~ ~ ~ tang were read and approved, l in're ,ses from $2,500 to ]Iowa), member of the Senate [companied by Mr. J. C. Mat-[cost of the equipment ta a:,: Ill ~ ]] ~ ~ ~ l, The roof ,on .the, Libraryi $3,500 the maxilnum war-on-[Committee on Agriculture. ]tract where in recent years[ single room is approx!ma~I ............... t , In as startea making oadly at lpoverty loans that the USDAI After discussions in Delhi, [the Ford Foundation sponsor. [ $750 and tha cost of ~v, ankato Hign ~cnool laign senoo~ c~ass. They (no not neltc Grout and Tony Patrick; I the southeast corner ThiS lFarmers tIome Administra-IDec 17 includin~ a short]ed Intensive A~ricultural De-I ment ir. a double room .... Council concluded its necessarily need to be ugly tel ~. ,. [roof has been re aired before ' . . . { , ,, , [ , o [ , . ,~ :, l~t ~hmcn V ck e Marr and P makt to individual , , $1250 In addition, the ..... , : " " tioncan ' "' ' meeting with the Minister for veh)pment t reject has yielded ,~: annual ugly contest on enter Makel p and eostuming l . , and is still under uarantee ' will rovide a la .... ~uay uecemner 21 1~6~ were anoweQ xne contestants lne rOollng company Wlll De ,, ~ ~ " , main entrance of the bull e" ' .... ::, .- ' - - ' - ~ . la, e tobe congratulated for[ ......................... 1residentS, Supervisor Camp-ISubramanlam the Delegatl0n[met with groups of cultlvatorsl ~roucn ~ ~teve walkerwere pnotograpneaantivet-, ~nouneu tu ta~e care ui mls ...... ~ . . . ' ...... ~ ..... : ........ I which will list o,,o-.,'~- " t .... "Dell salu. conQuctea an lntonslve Iamli- ana talKeQ WlLn OillClalS oe- --',~,-av,,,,,,, declared the winningmg was conducted on the tieing real line sports. TheyI There was a discussion on ,m,~ ......... a ..... n' alsol ........... ...,a.a[,, . k ....... . ,. ... I donates $5000 or more T~, pair. VlCKle anQ ~teve nasls Ol large pnotos el e~|{_n were an quite ugly Dut spe-/Pm~"q6 ~uc~ ,~;nta a~ ~um~ ...[~....; .... adiqonal credit tel.,--,.. ,..',~ -,..,~....e D:,... [,~, .~e ~, ~ ,.- .~ ~, .,. ~ ~,- /in case a person wa~ts members of tne sopno pair as aisptabe(~ in me n.ul (In con ratuldtlons ~v,.~,.,,,o ,.. ~,,,~j,o ,,,~,, ' contrlbffte 7 " ' " ..... [:~ ' g" * " go to]l.,,Si ...... *i"n ]borrowers as long as their]Madras and Mysore. iBhaktavatsalam in Tanjore. [' ' $ 50 Oe Class Contestants we~( S~ n'ms v ..... " ~ .... outsta din indebtedness for I B h ~ , ward the cost of some O[ ~: ,:' ," ,',: v: Vickie and Steve as the~:Do,t,i,~,',~r,,~,loms o-e'~e p g I n i ar we travelledl Our mission was concluded[ '' e Stuco accepted one Diane Patrick and Davidls,.h,,d'~ ,,~.,~, ,,.~, economic opportunity loanlthrough the drought-stricken[witWa meeting with Food and[mre expensive e~luil~tlent~:'~:: of contestants from each Mendenhall:Juniors:Juan- ' .................... not exceed $3500. [areas of Gays Districtl talkedlA~riculture Minister Mr Sub-/or she will be .~ I,~ecided to nrohibit narkin~.l "Tin new economic oppor-/to cultivators employed on re- Iramaniam in Bangalore on] recognized in the tun t loan pr(~vtslon~ t fll hef works visited a number M n When the rive for f I . m I..' ............ the north sideof the] Y " , ' ! i '~:~ ,~ l ' ,, ' ] o day night and a brmf con-/ d :~i ~:i 1 /A I,V, Ma /Street in the block running lmore adequately co'vet the/of fair-price shops lind were lferenee with t'rime Minister,/ starts; an, up m date mll l d,tU I.U: ~ /U LEADERSHIP CONTEST I westfrOm the rade school. [[inancing of needed land,]htlr,, Joint Secretary in theIMrs. Gandhi on "luesday if-[be prin(ed in the Record - ', , ....... ,, ,r lt~' Walter Chm~ell, was .nres-I working, uarters, and equip-I~inislJry ,for Food and Agri-, ternoon. / week. Except for those. W~.' ' l__ ~r~ 1 [ IT [ Notice has been recelved/~nt t- answer auestions ner- ment needed to establish local/culture, flew to Madras forl |equip a room or equiv.: : .... ", "! ," I the me n "" ~orn Belolt Lod*e No 1779 )l nit mdlvld a u e~ich per~ II,i3~tt~ fl~ It| d/ I ' ' g ]taining to the water grant. [economic orpn'tu "y' -[ / ~. li ..... -'" ......... of the Benevolent and Protec-I A discussion was held on ual enterprises on a sound[ , /nates will not be printed., ...... e Mankato Cougars in Ralph Ozmun 1 1 4 3 ]live Order of Elks that CindyIthe question of hiring a city[ basis " Supervisor Campbell]GUIDANCE SEMINAR [USD 278 - NOTICE | donations of $50,00 or first game after the hell- J. C. Clegg 9 4 2 22 [tlalstcdd ,ind M~ke Rourke of]attorney. There has not been[exphnned. Another lmportant l HELD AT M HS [ .......... [ will bc on the plaque in 1 ~. M ~,,tt(i ,at t ]e twofirst a re ular clt attorne under )in( s L at the to ~ram can I if(_ tlnl( pdsst s ssucd by main entrance of the hospi~ ost to Glasco 67-63 on Melvin I~itts 4 6 a 14 I ~ " '"' i ! " } g ".y y . p( '. , p: .g , . ..... ', ~, ','.' w, ".',!.,. I "" " if!i!:: G1 ~, p,ce x~lnnels in their annual a reement since J R White now su lement orinnal loans A seminar type l)IOg~,tm the old h~gh school districts asco court Tuesday Mike Rourke , 20 a 4 I " ..... '" " " / g ' .. "] ." PP' g " I ' ...... I ' s. ':/ - Januar 3rd in the "B" Russell Lan e 2 4 1 8 Y ~ut~ [,e~ ders lip Contest [No action was taken at this with necessary capt al for im-I was held Wednesday evening I that now make up the new[ Miss Sara Jane Peugh Fqe~ " COntest YMankato won 63 Miki~ Groutg " 3 0 2 6 IEach student received $100.00 / time. Inrovemenis or expansion " I December 28, 1966 at 7:30 in/USD high school, will not be| Or-an Foe Jeb's D~u~hta~.:~:! !' - ................. , Sam- Colson . 1 4 1 6 for the first prize award andI A discussion was held on l" Since this Office of Econo-[which several MHS seniors of] honored. The present Board of[ " --__ aeh Miskimon's 'A" Totals 22192061 their applieations have been extending the mty. !lm ts tO[mic Opportunity loan program11966 acted as panel membersI Education has adopted a pol-[ Miss Sara Jane t got off to a slow start. Mankato "B", 63; Glasco, 52.1 forwarded to the Youth Ac- I !nclude. the new n~gn SCHOOL I sUn'ted in January 1965, the 1for the senior's of 1967. The I icy to issue no life time passes/ daughter of Mr. andMrs,: Mel;: co t ~lt (s Connmttee of the Kin No acnon was taken led 18-10 at the quar- fg ft f tp " "" " ~," '" ' ~ " " . ,, ! ,. , [ Farmers Home Administra-l following schools were rep- I and to honor none of the old| van S. Peugh of Aurora, ~ arm 3720 at the half In Sam Colson it) 1 321 !sis Elks Association for con-], Myron . ulDert was rares[tien has extended $360.000 in]resented: Fort Hays Kansaslpasses issued by previous[recently played the organ last ..... , ..... n ,. ~.~ ,.~ r ....... ~,,s .... 6 2 2 14 [sideration in the state contest, lmr me mty crew. ~e re-lcredit to some 220 Kansas fa-IState College" Karen Garman Boards [ the International~~ ame~."M~ankato"s=diI; Jerr; ~o"ur~kea 2 2 8 tMembers of the Beloit Elks[places Ke~th Kauer, wno naS]milies and $52 million in loans]Carolyn LeClair and Vance At a special meeting held[Job's Daughters Grand--~:! the'~an .... 'Ed Wilson' 3'5 411 [.I edge are to be commended I resxgnoa.~ I to over 30,000 families [ Tyrell, Kansas State Univer- I Dec. 12, 1966 at" the Lovewell[ 'slon, The Sessmn" was ....... ~.fm helping m,lke thin kind of throu,hout the United States slty Jerry Grout Kansas School tt W,lS voted un the El Jebel Shrine M ill Cougars will play Chuck Zadina 2 1 4 ,, I " " ' ' " t I ~ ' ' ",1" : : ' "1 ' " "~ ' / .... ~:' on the local court Fri- Mike Conner 0 0 0 0 I .edue~}tional program available l DAR GOOO I Puerto Rico and the Virgin l University: John Waldron; I animously by those present/Denver and was an Ja 0 2 0 2 n tus ,UCd TIZEN CHOSEN Is ands Bethany College Sandy Wll that the I ovewell Attendan(e ~ent Sara will be ~ nuary 6th, and St. Jack Dean ' 1 .'. I c. I. .. I ., ,: ' ~ I , , :,,, ,:/,, .. ~:: will be here Tuesday, Dale Freeman 0 0 0 0[ ................ ----- [ Economic opportunity bor-]son Hutchinson, Junior uol-I Center win not be operated[Musician for an installa~,ll$, ry 10 Leon Holl 0 0 0 0 [J. L. FULLER BUYS I Linda Louder has been]rowers throughout the nation]lege: Charles Soash; Grand] next year. /f'ebruary She is a memh~:~~i:: hox 'scores" Team 1 0 0 2 IREGISTERED ANGUS BULL I chosen DAR Good Citizen forlare operating more than 4~:[IslandhBeauty School: LaQuita WEATH ..... .~Job's Daughters do "A", 63~, Glaso 67. Totals ,')5 13 1563 | -- Ithe current school year at/different kinds" of nonagrlc' -ICrouc . 1 ER tel Aurora, Colorado &' '::' fg ft ftp' I J' I.. Fuller, Webber, re-IMankato [ural enterprises--in addition/ The panelists each told a] -- [sently holding the offi~:: ~':~ | cently purchased an Aber-I Each year'the Daughters of I to farming -- as a result of] little about their school andI Clyde Reed, official weatherI Choir Director. Sara i~: ~i: ~|deen Angus. bull from D,~the American Revolution ask]credit extended through this/an,swered questions about]observer, reports a high Mon-lgranddaughter of Mrii:i a~ii~: tGENCY GRAZING RED CROSS BLOODMOBILE[ Johnston, Oak, Nebraska I the schools to chose one girl program. Kansas loans ave-/ their progr.a!ns, class work:] day and Tuesday. Jan. 2 anctlMrs. R. R. Miller of M~katO,~:: NDED FOR CR & CAP WILL BE IN MANKATO | .................. [ ~from members of the Senior rage $1,629. lliving conaluons, costs anO[3 of 33' and a low Saturday, --------------- ---- JANUARY S | Mr' and Mrs Ra mond class as an outstanding l ....... ]other items of interest It is[ De(. 31 of 2" above zero l r T ~le,~# Secretary has author- ~ i Beeler of Ran(tall entertained[ .... ' ' m' ' , . ,. .... w. Dm . ! example of good citizenship. I Don Kissinger who is attend-I hoped that , the refer atlon/ Monday, Jan. 2, one mCh lLawrence Stedman, ~ie le extension of the emer- The Red Cross Bh)odmobile w th a pre.Christlnas dinner~ This is never easy to do be-[ ing Kansas State University l given wm neap mem.Ders or/of snow fell, conlaining .05 Lewis Walker and Johat razm l lvde*e on will be m Mankato Tim sday re alwa s sev rs weekend this year s senior class m mc i of moisture Nine inches g .' g p.. g . v ' , [Dec.1B at the Mainliner Care/cause there a 'y .'-' -[spent the New Yea . [ ~ . , .. ", [ ' " ~" ~ ' ]Hunter, who is attendt ~d CAP acreages. Jan. 5th, at the Armory from lin Beloit, Mr. and Mrs. Donl eral well qualified girls. By l at the home of Col. and Mrs./making post g!'aouauon, plans.[,if snow is still on the ground.[hita University, drove extension on warm sea 9:00 a. m. to 1:45 p. m. The] w. Beeper and family of Be-/vote of the faculty and by her] Willis Baldwin at Offutt Air[ Special manKs, are glven to/ ........ [ver Dec. 23 to spend Oh#,a Irasse such as blue BlolldProg, am (h,mman h senior ha Don those ~no setveo on me panel ~ , , s ,' ' "s - ' " :: "" ' ' [loit Mr and MrsLeo Par-I fellow students in t e' [Force Base in Oma ' [ .... . ' " '/ Guests for a New Year's mas and the week follow~ e "lVir inia Rightmeier wants to' ' ," .. ' " o ' ': Bald- and to the seniors wno attend .... 7": ' ;. tc., is through Aprl g : . I sons el Mankato,Mr. and/class. Llnda was chosen t land his fiancee, Carol ~ ...... , ./Day dinner at the home ofI with relatives, Mrs, Cl~tl~$tl~ ~t, remind everyone, WhO has apI Mrs. Don Bigham and Steph-/receive the award this year. I win, returned to Manhattan|e([. .mere was a. gee(j, tuln!)ut[ Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Grout.I Johnny were at the home/.~ ointments and invite others nd Mrs in a is the dau ht~r of Mr ss s this week for me program m spite of me Mrs , Jewell ASCS CountyP " . ." . .,'. i, lanie of Glaseo, a . O.[ L' d ' g , .[for cla m, " [ ....... _ .]Sr. were Mr. and -IMr and Mrs. Bill Huntm' ~ ;er to mtlclpa~c in uus ~mln B In the af s Max Louder of rural nlg nonaay snow ~ numo~r oi ll Committee has de- P .... ~ " ' "~t R. Beeler of eloit. -| and Mr . ' ] ........... | '" s" "- '" "'" " ~" ' [ Glenn Grout Jr. and faro' y,I children for Christmas ~e ae while program , over o She has b~en a(t ve ~omer tuoents nao planne(l to n in d the chargc for ac- " [te,'noou the.~ drove to/Mankat . '' ' ' :" [ Mr and Mrs. Harold Peter-~ ..."_ . " '.. ~. ~ | Jerry, who is atte d" g lday, also Mr. and Mrs.! / atteno nut were Kept nome oy[ te and Diane s' Previously hived or ............... ~ see the Glen Elder dam | in school as a member of the son s ent Christmas at thel ! ' K.S.U., Jennet . ' , cis Lammon and Mr a~~ clan 1966 will be 50[' per ......... Of Mink-to I .................. [Kayettes and Cougarettes,/home of "her sister and bro- " |Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Grout, Orval Meeker. Mrs. ~ the snow and $1 50 per acre on t:nUn~er:'i;THD~velopment" ' Dinner and supper guests at'various vocal music groups, ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mel- ---- 'v'. ... -- ..... l Marsha who is attending was at the home of ~: act ' " or ....... [ .... , ,,,, p~,~,,~' h .....[the Student Council Year-[,,;,, ~,n~lz~'~o11 ,~t P--la Kansl Mr and Mrs Don Korb of[school in Lincoln Nebr. and[Mr and Mrs Gerald~ cage not hayed AsSOClaIIon Incorporated me .e ....... ' ............... . ~, ..................... - . . ' . - ..: d ia 1966 This extension ' I Christmas Dav were Mr and] book staff and other school ac~[ Clavton Peterson who is at-I Commerce City, Colo., Mr. & Michael, and Mrs. Arden man and Mrs Walker it tgrazing only and a max- All members are hereby no-IMrs. J. R. Haskell, Jim and|tivities. This is her seclond/tending K,S.U., met his par-M~S.aCly~v~~ K,~'b ~lnd Cindy: Blaylock and Brad~Y~leWhO home of her son, Mr.~ relet fee of 50per. ...... ~--* .~'-~nual mt:et n,~/ ]a ~et or Fairburv Nebr. and/year as a cneerleauer. Along/ ents there then left Tuesday . ' ,s. t;ecu lxorn anci were here from r~e ' ." Y Berl Walker. A gr~a Ll/leU blldL bllU elslt ~ v, .... , . , ) , , ran hat ed ob Parsons with her many actl~ltms r he will tamlly M~s I hylhs Moor~ & for the holidays Robert Walker w Y be c ' g . of the stockholders of Mankato[ Mr. and Mrs. B " , ,[ " * ' "/for Denver whe e ' , ,. , ' I s I 0 he is~:l~ erie interested in utiliz-'t~ommermat" ..... ,w~i~lo"ment~, As-,/C~nthia Curtis Iorrie and]Lands has maintained an ex-/ re)end 6 weeks interneshlp' Sherry, and Miss' June NobleI ........... I vice, was home for C~ ly . , r . . . " ' i' '' "' cellent ride record and has ",. : ' Mr were New Year's day guests Mr' and Mrs Carroll~ ,, of the acreage should SOclat,on, Incorporated will bel(,re,.*,orv. Mr. and Mrs. Mar-|_ g.. ..... ,|~lth an accounting firm. . .. . I * ' I "~. me owner or con- held on January 2:,, 19(;7 at lvin Parsons, Jeff and Connie[ ~:l~n conslstenuy on me nonor|and Mrs. Peterson also V!slted :*tr~:~r. ianduM:S;orWllhs Arm- Throtson~hDo:mg~?: ,lndtCa~li~ )Mrs~ Glenn uOlder and have them 7'oo P M in tm Dining]of B~rtlesvilh,, Olda. were un-|" .,. . !Iris parents in Junction City. g P I'Pe _, = .. . _, t anlea mr. and t the approval from the ~" .... ,~ ~o rorrell Hotel Iqble lo be nresent because of/ ~ongratmations are in oroerI ...................... - ................. - I parents, Mr. anu mrs. ,lonn Hale of Clyde to ~&~ ASCS county office. ~"'ii'k'ato" K~'nsas 'I the storm t'~e,'~, but called to[ to Lands for receiving this] Mr. and Mrs George Carter Audrey Ahrens returned tel Thronson!n Deliver, Co!orado. where they spent Chr~ ,,a,, ' ' '' ' ..... a non Tnronson of Snouan , s free award Her apphcatron h rstmas at the home Manhattan Monday after \ ~r the home of Mr ar, d~. "------------ Allmembers are urged tel wish all a Merry Christmm. | ". .... [spent C r'.' ', .... . ' "]; .' , .... " :' i papers are being torwmoeo famll s endln ast tslt doah Iowa al~o spent unrlst Ar and Mrs Vernon Ham- 'dlend this meeting fo" a sum.. ............... 1 ' " [of their daughter and 'Y. ,P ' g the p ~ week v',' -] . , :' s ,' den Hale and family,] and famii,, have moved "~'.~ .... o'f ihe ve'ar's activities ! Mr and Mrs Roy Basart|fr consideration in the dist-[Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Jones, ing her mother, Mrs. Henry~ mas at the John ThronsonMrs. Dick Hale and (~ th Center. Their many el~'ciYion of directors and other w('re hosts to a Christmas din] rlct contest. E at Emporia, Kans. Pamela, Ahrens. | home St. Francis were th~,:~ 'wish them continued pertinent business, ner. The following were thel --------------" I Tamara and Bradley Jones ....... / ....................... --------- ~and hanpiness in their i ....................guests: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd[An after Christmas dinner] accompanied their grandpar- Major and Mrs. Carl M.] Mr. and Mrs. Max Proctor Dyawne Crispin of,: ~rae Vernon is a soft Mr, and Mrs Clarence Butler Superior, Nebr.; Mr. lwas enjoyed at the home of/,,nts to Mankato for a visit Folsom & sons, Offutt A.F.B.,]and family of Houston, Texas called at the Re tt with the Soil Censer- Shool~ spent the past week at and Mrs. Lonnie Basart, Su-~Mr. and" Mrs. Evart Vaderl during the holidays. Nebr. and Mr. & Mrs. Merell[ and Gene Proctor of Syracuse, Tuesday and ret,,e~ ~tt ~ Kansas City visiting their sons, perior, Nebr; Mr. and Mrs.[ and Lands by Mr. and Mrs.[ .... Folsom and 'children of Colo-~ New York spent Christmas subscription and a "" ' IBill'and" Fred and families Adlun Shadduck and family,[Jerry Va0er and family, Mr,| Warren McElroy ,visited at ride Springs, Colo. visited]visiting at the home of their Wilton' Rathbu~ Lamb is not feel-[They returned ~rhursday. They Norton; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis[and ,Mrs. Harlow Vader and~ Bob Walker's from Saturday their mother. Mrs, Bulah Fol-~r)arents, Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Merle Cr: a fall at'her]sis0 visRed relatives at Valley B~sart of Mankato, |fanlily and. Richard Brooks,I evening until ~o~day night, som during the Christmas Proctor. and Mrs. - : ,' Fali ,:S neca, and Topeka. :, /all: 0! Oak. , I , '