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January 12, 1967     Jewell County Record
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row, left to Hliht: Mrs. Arch Weaverllng, Mrs. Alton Kale, Mrs. Robert Ost, and left to Hght: Virginia Rlghtmeler, Roma ,.Thom p .n, Mrs. Dale Crangle, Mrs, Clyde Kay mith, Mrs. Tom Lehrling, Mrs. Lowell D. K. Balch, and Mrs. Marvin Chlleott, Cross BlOodmobile Thursday, to obtain blood to Jewel] County quota. was a real success. Jewell County is year and 1Ol pints Thursday from according to Vir- Jewel] Coun- Crom BloOdmobile Mrs. D. K. Balch of the committee, Rlghtmeter with Schlotterbaek and Plowman helped the time and tree of the doc- tors was present at all times. Volunteer reded mJrses, who helped, were: Linda Bour- bon, Ruby Kale, and Inez Reed. The American Legion Auxil- iary ladkm wore in charge of the kitcb serving the lunch. The f~ing helped: Ruby I vis, Alice R erty, Elizabeth Nicho~, Helen Staf- ford, Mary Boyd, Lela Lamb, I~lten Nellar, Sue Great. Fran- ces Walker, an4 Ethel Loomls. Volu~s, WhO he~ with various ,'..ties on the floo . They shared~were: .Veva Thompson, Ruth of Formoso which field dress- Jack's second deer Years of Kansas Will Celek4'ah| January 19 Roam Steak and operated by Ross, will cel- first anniversary 19. In hen- Mr. and Mrs. some fine specials. Far de- their ad in, this area is proud of house and the good Job of managing that Mr. and Mrs. Ross have bean do- ing. This business is a success and iS providing a real to the people of the area. Wayne Hsvlce Buys Registered Angus Bull Wayne Havice, Esbon, re- cently purchased an Aberdeen- Angus bull from Planet Marrg Ranch, Esbon, Kansas. Left to right: H I 4a- Jby Campb , Barbar8 Alcor Ronm GroL Joan C~Llcott, Vera Wenvet- ling, lJl& Smith, J~tn Reh- mert. Ltmlla Yasmei', Lena Be~ry, sad Colleen Lehrling. THE V. F. W. men set up and took down the equipment. They were: Ralph Hamilton. Don Snyder, Art Berg, Rex Freeman, Walter Campbell, Gerald McAtee, Evan Hanson, Jack Morris, and Jack Wal- dron. The following have received recognition for their many do- nations of blood and their names were posted on the wall at the Armory Thursday: Gallon Club: O. H. Wagner, Ruby Davis, Vcra Seirer, Bet- ty Atkinson, Daisibel McInty- re, Alton Kale, Ralph Bohnert, Carroll Collins, Ralph Ander- son, Thelma Holdren, Keith Dr. C. W. Plowman and Barbara Alcoa. Anderson, Ray Schaefer, Dolly Zimmerman, Gerald McAtee, Vernon Hamilton. Ralph Ham- ilton, Al Baxa. R. D. Sloan, Beulah Balch, Philena Smith, Inez Reed, Rome Grout, Luella Yasmer, Donna Ost, Albert Eilert, Raymond Seems, and Jean Life. Two Gallon Club: Merton Zeissett, Gall Hudiburgh. Del- la Sloan, Francis Frye, Millle Hills, Virginia Rightmeier, Lu- ella Yasmer, R. D. Sloan. Three Gallon Club: Ellen Hudiburgh, Paul Life. Those who solicited donors: Betty Atkinson, Jewell; Lor- ena Pate. Esbon; Wanda How- ard, Burr Oak: LaVonna Bart- Icy. Ionia" Maxine Keeler. Formoso; Merna Keeler, M4mt. rose; Beulah Clawson, Ran- dall; Jim Wilson, R.E.A. pcr- sonneh Bob Switzer, County personnel: Grant Berry, State Highway personnel. Krsmer Furniture Store Installs New Window Display Kramer Furniture Store has installed a fine new display I~ the front window of its east building. It is very attractive with carpet on the floor, fire- i Place, and appropriate furni- ture. This merchandise is available and is quality mer- chandise, attractively priced, This space was formerly oc~ i cupied by the Robert H. Mey: er law office. e The annual meeting of th'e Jewell County Soil Conserva- tion District will be held Mon- day, January 16th, 7:30 P. M.. at the Catholic Church base- ment In Mankato. The speaker will be Al~ed Christensen, a farmer Who lives north of Hardy, Nebr. He has a most interestil~ and important story to tell. A supervisor to fill ~ ex- pired term of Jay Wierenga, ionia, will be elected. JaF is eligible to succeed himself. The winners of the annual poster and essay contest be announced. The supervisors of the Jew- ell "County Soil Conservation District will make a full report of the last year's business. The County Bankers Associ. ation will present the Kansas Bankers Associathm- anng~d awards to five: eutstm tl conservation farmers in the county. The speaker. Alfred Chris. tensen, is a dirt farmer and' has been farming all of his life. He lives on the farm his father originally owned. In 196,$ Mr. Christensen was awarded the State Conserve, tion Farmer of the year award by the Nebraska State Cham- iber of C~Z~. i Tba farm Mr. ChH~m~t lives on did m~t OHg~ally Imve any ground water. Tlmmgh the use of terraces, StUt~le !mulching, contour farmin~ end grass planting he now lure | good supply uf water at ~1 times. Mr. ChHstensen's entl~[~. asm for soil conservation Nbs off on anyone he talks to: Through the use of eonserva. tion practices he now main. tains a herd of 60 beef cows. The calves from these cows are fattened for slaughter. He also raises and markets 400 head of hogs per year. Mr. Christensen hasn't done anything anyone else can't do but he loves to tell about things the soil on his farm has done for the family. He and Mrs. Christensen are fine farm people whom Jewell County farmers and their wives will want to meet. IT'S THE WATER YOU KEEP THAT COUNTS A CONSOLtOATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNTY, WE'RE FOR IT Vet. ~; He. 31. It PAO4[S - ! SECTIONS MANKATO# KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1967 Chamber of Commerce 1967 Officers Oeft to fight): Melvin LaRue, director;, Melvin Blecha, director;, Mike Stout, president; Jon Menhusen, director;, Tom Lehr- ling, vice-president; Dr. Merwin Peterson, director;, and George Jensen, director. Jewell County Offlklals, wire atarted new terms Mon- day (left to rtS ):. Vk Tullar, county commlukmer, let district; Emma Kibbe, register of deeds; Robert H. Mey- er, county atto ,y; Carol Ross, clerk of distflct court; Byron ROEers, l dxte Ju4 a; and Alvin C. Fall, Jr., COunty clwk. ~ M~ml~, who started a new term m d rfff b meeeeda8 from am olmmtim and w m't avxl l, le Muds},. Diem; Vie Tull r. The Jewell County Elacted[tendent. and Edith Heifer! ~flcials started their new[connty treasurer, were electea terms Monday, Juu y 9, at]at the November, 1966eheec: noon. The fellewbg are start- [tim. Car! s new terns_, w. !t ink new terms: 18tart In Jay, 1967 ann ~mm s Vic Tullar (4 years): com- [ term starts in October, 1967. missioner, first district. J The county commissioners Two year Emma [organized Monday for the eom- Kibb4, reuse ot f d ds: Ro-llng year. Heal Harris, third bert H. Meyt~, cjmnt~ attor-[district, and Ray Dietz, se. ney~ Carol-Ross. clerk of the [~ond district,,have two years district c0m.t; Bye~m Rogers, Its go oa their present terms. probate ledge; Alvin g. Fall~ ~rhe members elected Neal Jr., cetm~ clerk; a~l Charles ]Harris. the present chairman, Murray. sheriff. ['to serve in that same office Carl Westin. county supertn-[for the coming year. HAS NEW LOOK THIS WE~ I Because the "Offset" pro- --- }cess is more expensive, we The front ectlon the',- l ill only use it to print one- Jewell County Record is half of the paper at the pre- rinted by tim photo lithe- graphy process this week. Known in the trade as "Off- set" printing, it is a proces| in which a page is phote. graphed and a page l~ate made before it Ix rim on the press. This mt#~ it Imulble toobtain bettm, picture re- productlon and to gain more versatility witk 4dvert~Jag. sent. In the future, if the in. :Gee Justifies R, we will ,rint the whole paper by this ~'ocess. Graee~Jenklns. Christie Lt, q~ hi and Laura Swit enjoye toeing the parades in color at It~Iv~ Klndi~'s Monday. Oth- ers w invited but were tm- Ifl)l~ ~ come. The Mankato Chamber of Commerce held its first regu~ lar meeting of 1987 in the Club Room of the Correll Hotel Monday noon, January 9. The president, George Jensen, was in charge of the business ses- s/on. Miss Blanche Thomas, :secretary-treasurer, read the minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer's report for the past year, which showed a healthy balance at the close of the year. Boyd Silsby gave the report of the nominating committee. The following officers were i eleut#d for the coming year: Pr~i~ent: Mike Stout; Vice- i Presldent: Tom Lehrling: Board of Directors: Melvin Lalq[tmt Dr. Merwin Peterson, Melvin~ Biecha. Jon Menhusen. According to Jim Gunter, county agent, the Jewell Coun- ty 4-H Fair will be held this year August 1-2-3. Clyde Reed reported that the annual meeting o( the Jewell County Soil Conserva- tion District will be held Mon- day. January 16. at 7:30 p. m, in the Community Building, The club voted to pay for a page ad in the Jewel] County Record giving details of the Soil Conservation program and advertising the annual meeting. The city clerk. Finlay Men- re, reported that the Layne. Western Co.. who have been investigating water supply on the White Rock, reports there is plenty of water for City wells. The investigation is be- and George Jensen. ing made to determine the L. M, We]truer reported that best place to drill additional the Kansas State Chamber of city wells. Commerce will have a Wage The hospital meeting Janu. and Hour Meeting at the Sands ary 18 at the Buffalo Roam Motel in Salina Wednesday, was discused and interested January 11, at 10:00 a. m. and persons were invited to at- invited members to accom-tend. pany him to the meeting. _ KICKOFF MEETING FOR ,CHRISTMASSEAL HOSPITAL DRIV~ 'GOAL SHORT St00.00 The Kickoff meeting for the Although the Christmas Ses~ Jewel] County Hospital Drive icampaign returns are fine we will be held at the Buffalo i still need $100 to equal last Roam Steak House in Mankato i year's total of $1.380. We trust Wednesday, January 18, at final returns will make this noon. The group will discuss difference. The December 1~ the ways to raise donations total of newly reported tuber- for the hospital and elect a committee to take charge of the drive. Letters have been sent to iJewell County citizens, who @assed the original petitions, who helped with the hospital drive for votes, ami to leaders of various organizations. If you didn't get a letter and would like to attend, please notify Ray Ellsworth by Mon- day, January 16. The Steak House needs to know the num- her that will attend. The meal" will be furnished. culosis cases in Kansas f6r 1966 -- 265! Harlem Roedkiq Basketbslt Attraction Resckeduled Because of sickness and an a~t9 accident, the Harlem Roadking Basketball attraction sponsored by the Jewel] FFA Chapter January 2, is to be re- scheduled for a later date. In- formation as to the new date will be announced as soon as a new date can be scheduled. I and Col. Vail Mc- t a new care, installed fbodern I they have installed two new ]stalled and they are attractive [ Maxlne Rafferty helping ker ]Leuie Zadina operates the sort- [ Mr. Isaac and Mr. McC1L~- ] are happy to offer improved of the Man-Irest rooms, con4trt~t~ ~ew I hanging over head heaters. [In every detail, l in the Care. Mrs. ~a/e Mahaffy !lng alley. Col. ~Ed Montgomery [tock appreciate the fine pa. l facilities for their customers, Commission[lounge and built largeoffice I The rooms have been panel-I Virlea Peterson has Faith lie in charge of tim uffice. Bill jand Col. Arden Oat help in the [tronage they are receiving and constructed[quarters. In the auction ring. led. new lighting fixtures in-~Stroup, Alma Zadina, and Buster is the yard nmm and [auction ring. nob hue. CoL Vail McCilntock, Loule Baster. Leh to Hght: Bob isaae and CoL Vall l ,Cl toek. :t R to Col. IM Moaqomary and CoL Arden Ost /i/~