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| PAGE 6A I@ (Games Through Week Ending Dec. 30, 1966) WOMEN'SFRIDAY__NTGHTERsLEAGUES [ ASTR'-~'AUTS / ] Newell Impl. 46 26 w 1 Wagner's Drug 52~ 19~ K of C 44 28 Jewell Co. Co-op 47 25 Railriders 40 32 Farm Bureau Ins 41 31 B.O. Amer. Leg. 38 34 Hills Const. 31 41 B.O. Plumbing 31 41 Speed Wash 30 42 R and K Drugs 17 55 Corn-Cola 14 57 High Individuals, 3 games: High Individuals, 3 games: Nyla Berg, 513; Bulah Folsom, 471; Vera Seirer, 436. High Irdividuals, 1 game: Nyla Berg, 179; Nyla Berg, 176; Vera Seirer, 168. MEN'S LEAGUES ATLAS w 1 State Exchange 51 21 V. F.W. 50 22 Lumberiacks 40 32 Seems Barber 26 46 St. Theresa's 25 43 Kissinger's 20 48 High Individuals, 3 games: Sam Gillett, 541; Richard Diamond, 526;.Art Berg, 507. High Individuals, 1 game: Richard Diamond, 208; Gerald McAtee, 201; Sam GiUett, 192. RED-~ONEw 1 L & B Elec. 46 26 Ranch Bowl 41 31 Swope's 40 32 Boogaarts 35 33 Kramer's 30 42 Waugh's 20 48 High Individuals, 3 games: Glen Kindler, 537; Rex Freeman, 520; Gerald Ault, 476. High Individuals, 1 game: Glen Kindler, 202; Glen Kindler, 179; Dean Buster & Rex Freeman, 177. Jack Bradrick, 508; New- ell Alexander, 505; Warren Nebel, 499. High Individuals, 1 game: Warren Nebel, 203; Max Ortman, 199; Ted Thummel 184. MIDAS w 1 First Nat. Bank 43 29 36-66 Service 381/~ 33~ R and K Sackers 38~ 29 Jewell Co. Co-op 35 37 Hedges~ Conoco 34 38 Citizens State 23 45 High Individuals, 3 games: Ralph Hamilton, 523; Melvin LaRue, 519; Bob Goodeyon, 514. Higl~ Individuals, 1 I~ame: Melvin LaRue, 220; Ralph Hamilton, 201; Jack Morris 197. HERCULESw 1 Ute Theatre 48 24 Dr. Simon's 47 25 Speed Wash 42 26 Morris Garage 32 ' 40 Jensen's Texaco 28 40 Jewell Co Record 15 57 High Individuals, 3 games: Joe Howard, 524; Lyle Rightmeier, 523; Art Berg, 504., High Individuals, 1 game. C. C. Collins, 205; Lyle Sloan, 204; Joe Howard and Lyle Rightmeier, 202. By Clyde C. Reed The annual meeting of the lowell County Soil Conserva- tion District will be held Mow tday, Jan. 16, at 7:30 P. M., atI the basement of the CatholicI Church in Mankato. Mr. Alfred Christensen. a farmer who lives just north of Hardy, Nebr. will be the speaker. Mr. Christensen has done an outstanding job of re claiming an eroded dry farm. He has an excellent livestock and grain ranch that he de 'veloped from a formerly ex tremely dry farm. He is en : thusiastic about soil c(mserva~ lion because of what it has done for him. The Soil Con servation District supervisors know the farmers of Jewell County will be wanting to hear this outstanding farmer. Mr Christensen will show colored pictures of his farm. A supervisor to succeed Jay Wierenga, Jewell, will be elect INI. Jay is eligible to succeed himself. Other supervisors are WilIard Mettler Formoso. vice chairman; Herbert Jeffery, Burr Oak. Secretary Treasur- ex; Bradley Keeler. Formoso and Melvin Boyer, Formoso. Melvin Boyer's term wilj ex ptre Jan. II Neff Lienberger, Jewell. has been appointed. Melvin Boyer has served on the board as a member and as an assistant for the past 8 years. Supervisors serve without pay and meet monthly to ear- IT on the Soil Conservation District business. They spend considerable time handling 'grass seed and taking care of the District business. The Uni- ted States Department of Ag- riculture has signed a morner andum of understanding wilt the lowell County Soil Consel-. vation District whereby the Soft Conservation Service agrees to assist the District. The responsibility of getting ~il conservation practices t)n ',, the land lies with the local Soil Conservation District. A full report of District ac- tivities will be given at the an- nual meeting. IT'S THE WATER YOU KEEP THAT COUNTS Mrs. Wilbur Obert Odessa Aid will meet with Bertha Deibert Jan. 12, The snow of Dec. 27 drifted badly but the moisture was welcome. Mrs: Ethel Thomas spent Friday and S~turday with Baker.' l)ebbie Clark is progressing nicely from her surgery and hopes to come home on Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller took Beth and Teresa Kindler to Great Bend Sunday after spending the past week visit- ing their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Heit- schmidt of Oshorne were Sun- day visitors of Wilbur Oberts. Wilbur Oberts received word from Mark and he will take his basic training at Jackson- ville, N. C. Dennis Schrock of Mankato was also sent to North Carolina. School starts Tuesday after Christmas wmation. Most of the roads in this area are open and passable for buses ',o run. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark went ,o Hastings to see Debbie on Saturday and returned Sunday and said Debbie had been up on Saturday. Not much news this week. tIope everyone has a very Happy New Year. BONICAMP - OBITUARY Graveside services were held Thursday, Dec. 29. 1966 at 2:00 P. M. for Patricia l,ynn Bonicamp, infant daugh- ter of Pat and Karol Bent- ramp. who was born at the Republic County Hospital Monday, Dec. 26, 1966. and de- parted her short life some hours later, She leaves to mourn, her nother, father; one sister, Miekey Theresa: her grand- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mahaffy, Mankato, and Mrs. John P. Bonicamp of Fall Riv- er. Kans.; her great grand- mothers. Mrs. Viola Mahaffy of Mankato. Kans, and Mrs. George McAfee of Wilson. Okla:. also several uncles,. aunts and cousins. Due to the absence of Fa thor Hoover of Mankato. Fa thee Meitl of Esbon held ser- vices at the St. Theresa's Ca tholic Cemetery. Kramer Fun- eral Horne was m charge of arrangements. THANK YOU I wish to thank everyone for the flowers and cards re ceived during my recent stay in the Repttblic Co. ftospital, Also tile kindness shown during the loss of our baby girl. A special thanks to Dr. Schlotterback for his wonder- ful care. Your kindness will never be forgotten. --Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bonieamp and Miekey Theresa. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradrick, Lynette. Leslie and Todd had Christmas dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin titan ilton in Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradrick and family of Salina were also guests. The Jack Bradricks then drove to the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Billings at Lovewell for slapper. Story Hour At Formoso Library Tile Formoso Community I,ibrary is ready to hegin the New Year with a Children's Story Hour, Saturday, Jan- uary 7 ;it 3:30. Boys and girls, you won't want to miss a no\~, continued mystery "Key to the TreHstn'e" by Pegb(y Par ish. Mrs. Gerald Jmnes will also r(,a(t a iTloderll vt,rsion of "The Gingerbread Man", "Curious George Ri(tes A Bike", the monkey who scen~s to have a nose for tl'olli)lo, and "The Expeditions of Wil Its Partritlge". Willis is a boy on the way to school who imagines the most wonderful things. The Central Kansas l,ih raries has just left another load of exciting and inviiing hooks for children and adults. Mrs. Bill Smith has added new pictures, which give our library such a cheerful look. These pictures may be pur- ('hased by eontacting Mrs Slnith. ~i'he Athena Junhn' Women's Club is ('ertainly t(, be thanked for their ntany new bo(lks adde(I to the Chil dren's Library. The latest ad ditions are "Key to tilt, Trea sure" by Peggy Parish, and "Mike Mulligan and llis Steam Shovel" by Virginia I,ee Burton. Mrs. Bill Snlith deflated the following books: "Things Arc Fine in Mount Idy" by Cliff Arquotte: "The Master of [ladgel"S Ilall" I)', Ilenry Treece; ",~Hprellle Court" I)t.' And rev Tull;' "The Spy Who Came In Fr()ln The Cold" hy ,John h, (:;iri'e: "On Dealing With The Com munist World". it,,' Geor~e F. Kennan; "Winter 'Solstice" by Gerald Warner Brace: and three of the Reader's Digest Con(tensed l~ooks. Mrs. ll;tcr3 Sweet gave a year of R, eader's Digest. I)elbert Korb took his par- erits. 1)onna. and I)eral(I to Denver, Colo. for the Christ mas weekend. The family dm ner was held at the Harry Plamplin home. Some 39 re latives gathered in tile heautifully decorated recrea tion room. where 4 long tables h)aned to the PlanH)lius t)y tile St. Joseph church, were )laced end to end so every one could be seated at once. Craig David. who works for the Denver Post, took pictures el the grt)op. Edith Folger , About 12 inches of snow came Tuesday and Wednes day. It IIlowcd seine I)ut did not drift too much. Not much melted yet although it has settled some. Eugene and Wanda Ka$ Glover and Homer Smuck at tended tile la'riends Youth Meeting of Kansas Yearly Meeting ;itOkhlhoina City. Oklahoma Dec. 27 to 29 and gave a report of it at tile set'- vice last Sunday night. Elsie Wallace returned home last Monday from a visit with her son Claude Wallace and wife and daughter-in law and haby at Kinginan, Kan sas over the Christmas holidays. Stevie Pugh of Belleville spent part of last week with her grandlnother. Ida Pugh. Ida and Eldon Pugh are planning to have their sale Wednesday, January 4 as it had to be postponed from last week on account of the snow Mr. and Mrs. Rallth ~efihusen ilnft s(in of KaliSas City visited her parents, Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Jones. over Christmas ,weekend. Twin girls. Bren(ia Rae and Linda Kae. were born to Mr. and Mrs Duane Mont(,y lie(' 22 ;it tile hospital at Superior, Nel)r. Linda Kao passed a~ay Dee. 23 and was buried Di,c ~)7, Brellda Rao t)assed ~l\Vay Dec. 29 and was buried Dee. 31 at Superior. Mr. anti Mrs. Charles [lan~ son and daughter of Kansas City visited her palents. Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Winslow. and others over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs l)oyle Seolt of Star. Idaho visited his eeusin. Ida Pugh, one day last week. Clear. sunny and cold this Tuesday ntorning. Formo$o INilling Workers 4-1"1 The Formo:;o gym was aglow with the Christmas spir- it on Dec. 5 as the Formos(, Willing Worker members add ed ornaments to tile Christ mas tree furnished by Bah Howhmd, adult h,ader. 'rile gym was almost bursting its sides with the Oh's and Ali's of the members as they opera ed their packages. Before all the excitement the members ,,veto. somewhat sol.tied l,o an- JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO KANSAS JANUARY, swer roll call with their fav- oril.e hohlty. Members inust really be alert as president Dale Switzer, ,h'. calle(t for a vote by lifting up your left h'g if in fnvor of motion. Jeff Keeh,r gave a fine talk on his reit(lin/ project. All were reacly to tluihl ai leaf press af- ler Jerl'y ,J O]lllS(ln's delllOa- siralion ()n I)ressing leaves. Tony ,Jl)hnsi)ll g;ive ten Illipor.. tillit points of l>arliarrientary l)r~('pdlire. The inusie aplire- ('ill{ion hill,: v, as given by Dan- Ilie l)ct : q)!-;i'y. ()it the evening nf Friday, l)ec. 2;I, t~i/li ietqh ('hath'ring and I'il~gors and toes frostbit- lell, Jeff Kt,eh,r, ,Jennifer Young, 1)oyle Reed, Tens and lenny l)a~is joined with the t,'orinoso Youth Fellowship as {]l('.k \vt'nl Chrlstnlas (.air(fling in the IQirlYiOSO community. Jeri ,Jilllles, lV~ep(tl'tcr. Rolls Clymer, the distin- ~ui