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Mankato, Kansas
January 5, 1967     Jewell County Record
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1966 grad- work. ~als with f~amd on i: il 1& plann- g the can keep the corn- can catting a skin persons were at .Sllate Fair. ed in WSU since In so do- firsthand of applica- ill Science in insecti- most promising underffrad uates are 4-H alumni. From learning to spray the lawn and garden to doing ma- (jor ~re.~ret~ in a un4versity laboratory covers much ter- ritory. For Terry and Ron 4-H club work in entomology pro- vided the "maps and signs" for the long road. An opportunity for young adulta to explore and con- sitier different vocations is one asset they find in the 4-H program. Projects from cloth- ing to photography, and live- stock to electric, have a major role in creating this oppor- tunity. IkNKS CARD OF THANKS express our There are no words which the rela- can express our heartfelt and friends thanks and appreciation for us in any way the countless ants of sympathy of our bro- which have been ext~,nded to ~lso thanks to us at this time of overwhelm- Earl Eny- ing sorrow. To each and every words, the one who has been so very kind the music, we extend a most sincere thanks "Thank You". Legion Sarah McCune Frances MeCune ):.IJlldEaboll Ladies Mrs. Mary Hughes ![~i~gionAuxiliary The Clayton Hughes Family tree and The Howard Hughes Family. and sisters THANK YOU Thomas Zadina, I would like t.o say thank , you to all our friends and rel- ~1 a white Christ- atives for the many phorm ~itd about 8 inches calls, gifts and all the get :,het~ Christmas well cards and Christma.'~ cards I received during my kltd &. very Merry stay in the hospital and since ~t~1! a very good returning home. The doctors, Mothe~ Boyd, take nurses and everyone tmre were A~vays glad so kind to me but it meant ~o much to us to have Jewell 14,00 money County people remember us. Dr. says that I am recovering ';aimolm Ore, 9~057, O. K. but will take time and plenty of rest. We have enjoyed visits from Aunt Stella Dugger and her families, Mr. and Mrs. Glen my Simmelink, Mrs. erie Van the Jawell Wey, and Mrs. Jean Rose and so he/'e is a girls. ~Ollars to keep George and family had another year. Cooper Russe]ls (my hrother) ~njoyed~ your and us for Christmas. The birthday, first time we had been toge- more. ther at Christmas time for gl~l; mtmh snow many years. We wish everyone a Happy New Year. Harold and Ella Alcorn. Coio, 80701. Mrs. Martin Johanek of Es- b~n renewed her subscription the. Record and wrote'the Season's Esslinger: Bottom row: Re- becca. Starlene and Darrin Esslinger. They are the chil- dren of Mr. and Mrs. Buford ~t;:~l/nger of MVJankato. Left to right - Top row: Cary Evan, Jeanette Kay and Jeanine Fay Hiltgen: Bottom row: Beverly Diane and Pam- ela Jolene tIiltgen. They are ~Jm children of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo D. Hilt gen of Mankato. !' ' ' 4~'~,)~:. ~'~ ". ~'," ,,,:: !{ Left to right - Top row: JeaneUe l,ynn and Keith Le. roy Hamiln)n; Bottom row: Carl Wayne and Ralph Allen Hamilton. They are the chil. dren of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Hamilton. Mankato. , ,,.: ~ 4.,.I s., :..: : :::::: ::'::- :::.. ! :.::: Christy Sue and Tina Marie, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. ) Andrew D. Ieter,';on of Man- kate. Keith and Donna Chilco(t, children of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin E. Chilcott of Manka)o. ( 5 t~.::, %. ?o Pamela Jo and JuhD Arland Diamond. children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Diamond of Mankato. Left to right - Top row: Barbara Diane and Carole Sue Blair; Bottom row: Richard Lee and Mary Ann Blair. Th(y are the chil(h'(:n of Mr. and Mrs. ,Jack Blair of Man- kate. Left to right: Cheryl, Lester and Colleen Pletcher, children of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Plet- ch(,r, Mankato. Sherie and Larry Winslow, children of Mr. and Mrs. Va- den Winslow, Burr Oak. { Jerry Allen and Kelley Anne Barnes. (:hihh'en of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Barnes of Burr Oak. ~' ' ~"~ " i' ' "': '~ ..... }~.:,.)-': ' ..L";~} : ,: i ~": .... ,.,:4,, ~:*.,:.. ' -. Left to right Top row: June and Kathy F)'asl(,r: Bot- tom row: Dale and Don Fras- ier. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Frasier of Burr Oak. Eugene and Kathy Morris. ehildren of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris of Burr Oak. Hays---Jan Thurlow (left), for homecoming Hill City; Sharon Loomis, homecoming queen Mankato; and Pare Engle-crowned Friday, Ocl man, Hill City were. among reign over Homeco~ 17 coeds at Fort Hays State activities Saturday, College chosen as candidates. and: 8~tndi~' and, Julie Ann Rhea. .:;: ,:! . :~ LIKE MAD? Get this doctor's formula! Left to right Top row: Zemo.specdily stops tonncnt of Ptdl Howard, Brian Howard;externally caused ilching.., of Bottom row: Rodney Howard.eczema, minor skin irritations, non. ~Denise Howard. They are the poisonous insect bi~es. De~easitize.~ Of SUt- ,children of Mr. and;, lt, frs. skin