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Jewell unty Record, Mankato,Thumd aY, " * . 1 FAkir. Y [ Washington colummst Lyle[Wdey were taking care of the Mary Ann and her, and planned uwners aria [Wilson put it a bit differently: f wants of customers at theBen to spend Christmas with them. - I W. BOYD, JR lgehmr ["To reduce taxes repeatedly lFranklin store. - Mrs. Emmett But the brother died the Sunday ~ts Franl~ Boyd, Associate ]~UmT ]while spending borrowed money,Hoyt came in. - We miss her at before Christmas. * * Roy Loom- ----- [probably is like the use of mar-lthe store. - She was a faithful is from the Ionia neighborhood "Any good ~ that ! ~ [phine--oomforting and good un-clerk at the Ben Franklin store came to our office Tuesday and ] Nafiozml---AdYert|s|ng Repr ta,ive ] I ,~o, or any klndnem that I ~ [der controlled conditions but dis-ifor years. * * Visited with Mr. we had a real good visit. - Roy ~ow to any human b*l~. ~2, l astrously habit-forming The us-: and Mrs Havrey Diehl and their was accompanied by Mr and i As ross,c. I t . " ', " . . . . * * " I '*" o o j / "" "' "'' "" "" / be ome hoo ed adorab,e h.dren - ' ori B,au- 'ONAt ''"OI4&t' PM an k Pa a r th', :hlboUy ! sfiC 7 b.e, en hook ,Y2an ilaodnld cdBiAem2 Vi:Lgona HtaWn: iiltti! fP2nTt e Hd yp alhiRl r : Mankato ~.~'~~' ~)C[[~TIJI~N [ Suite'S: / There are hundreds of "econ-'son at the fountain.- Bud Hills[and came to attend a meeting c~ an r~r veax in Jewell Coun~vlomic experts who disagree. 'and Oral Wagner were in confer- of the Board that afternoon. - 'v"~"l"'. ,"~!2~,~/ '-~' ~J ~v i "1 -~ ~'~ro'unding x~tmtie$ (Smtt~,[Many of them are on the facul- ecne. - Ruby Davis, Elsie Hook- His son, Bill, is a sophomore at FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY " "L:" &~'~'~"~~ I O~borne. MIW2mL1, Cloud, l~-lties of big universities, and on er and Elizabeth Nichols were Kansas State University, major- JANUARY 14- 15- 16 p:~blic counties i~ ~, ~!the staff of big name colleges, together. - Janet Collie and Ye.ling in Agriculture and Journal- Starting at 7:30 v. m. ,:~ OOUl~l~ P,;e(~I~D [[ :~ru~kqlls ~aa webster entre ~!Many are also on the payroll of Scribe had a good visit. - Dennis lism. * * Few young men have -------- Man~xt, o, ~ [ m ~eoras a: . !the federal government. Hancock, John Hunter and Vicki time to stop and help an older S4 00 a yea~ easewnere : ~,': ] These men say there is no Crouch were vlsrtzng - Denms lady when she is lfl trouble. - A I ut scr ers are ~u er nothin to w -- - " " " ~ when ~hov lmve, a g,g orry aoout, has returnea .rom r~orlolK va, young man oy me name oi Kaipn ~%~,~dk-Rtt~k~" ~r~e Sewr~.~r of ~we~l Ootmt~I "2,~e'o*~a~i~ "After all," goes this line, "it and has a leave here to vis'it his Seems isn't that kind of a chap. " 'amounts to taking the money family and will go to Adak Is- - My "Pepper" stalled on the ~ XXX.~.~lk~.~t~V~ ,]out of one pocket, and putting it land. Alaska, for his next assign- streets of Mankato one day not back in another pocket." ment. Ira Barnette and Ray long ago. - Ralph stopped to see They may be right, but several Ellsworth were visiting. * * if he could help me. - He didn'~ million old folks and others who Stopped at Boogaart's and found get "Pepper" in the notion of '." are trying to live on fixed in- all hands busy. - Mrs. Evan Han- running, but he took me to my, ;~ FOR HOME FOLKS comes, on retirement pay, or in- son was the first lady I saw, destination, to the home of Ada surance annuities know that then Media Whitley and Hazel Hills. * * Mrs. Delmar Boyles '/ c,~ m.~.~ something is sadly out of fix. Smith. - Itazel told me that Fin- and lovely 4, year old daughter, -:i I ~t I For thorn this theory of giving le~ and she had spent the Christ- Elaine, visit,A us Wednesday. - : Edgar Guest once said:" [in New York and fly from there yoursolf a transfusion of your mas vacation with their son, Mrs. Boyles, the former Twila ' "He started to sing [to Houston, Texas, and then to own blood simply doesn t work. Gayle, at Canon City, Colo. - [ Howe, had been attending a fun- ':" s As he tackle, d the thing ]McAllen, Texas, wherewewilllOrmavbeitdoes. Dorothy Halstead was getting]eral at Hutchinson that day and ': i i That couldn t be done spend the month of April before' Mavbe we are iust spilling too her groceries, so were Florence[Elaine had stayed with her aunt, ! ' And he did it." [returning to Austin." "touch'of it on the way from one and Carl Westin. - Visited with[Miss Lela Lamb. * *" Jess Wil-i : -MAB- [ -MAB- arm to the ntber. Mrs. Gary Garman and her win-Ison, who lives on a farm near i Helen Keller said: "We can do[ While in Albuquerque, N.M --Charleston, Mo some daughter, Pamela. - Pare- [Webber, paused for a chat when ] anything we want,to if we stick[for Christmas we enjoyed seeing E~terprise-Courier ela is two years old and has a[he called here to renew his sub-] to it long enough. [the "Luminaries". We saw hund- -- mass of beautiful blond curls~scription Tuesday. * * Sharla' -MAB- treds of thousands of Luminaries, ~ -- " ~ *-- ~ - and blue eyes. - She is shy andlMarie Suchsland, with her moth- One day I said "I can't" to around homes, in business sec- q~r~,~ ~,~ ~.l;~.i~ ~f-ro~ I couldn't get her to talk much. ler, Mrs. Lester Suchsland, and iz'~:. Papa. He looked at me straight tions, churches, schools, etc. -But when Mr. Garman came in grandmother, Mrs. Floyd Myers, ~ ~E~OX~ and said: "Mamie, you have av- These luminaries are brown "~. ,~ ~,~ ,~,~,~- ~wht- she ran to him calling "Daddy, of Burr Oak, was here Thursday. ] el'age intelligence and you canpaper sacks with a few inches of do anytihng that anyone else sand in the bottom (which makes "~ Daddy". - Saw Mrs. Jan Men-[- Sharla Marie was wearing a Ye Scribe started Mankato husen, who said she left Philip[lovely white coat with matching can " Then he paused and added: them stable) and a large lighted M.~in Streot rather early. - We at home with Jan. - Mrs. Alvin[cap, trimmed in blue, and wear- Fall, Jr had her son, A. C with!ing a sweet smile. - She was "If you want to bad enough and candle resting in the sand. We went to the K & C Care for her.*- ''" Saw Betty Putt hurry-lwearmg" a Perfect Attendance" I try hard enough. Never say rode miles, in places we were bmch. - Ella Colson waited on 'can't' to me again." bumper to bumper in traffic, m,~. and knows just what I like. ing across the street. * * This ~pin for Sunday School attend- -MAB- One large residence estate had Others bein~ waited on by Ella being the first real cold day of ance. - She is going to celebrate Life often speeds by while we 5,000 luminaries about the house n~ Co~a were: Dr. and Mrs. Mer- the season, people did not tarry her 4th birthday in March. * * [ procrastinate. It is now in this and grounds. The tradition is ,~, Paterson, Blanche Thomas. long in town. - Ye Scribe went world today that we must live that the Mexican and Spanish Neva Sloan. Adelaide Regnier, to the home of Mrs. Ada Hills and love and work. people are lighting the way for c)r~l Hart. Wayne Bl~vlock. Mr. and it didn't take much persua- -MAB- the Christ Child to their homes. -,d Mrs. Loe Junker, Kathy sion for me to accept an invita Never Give Up The old time people just have ~tackwood. Pat Rafferty and tion to supper. Her grand- I have two friends in Austin, nine luminaries leading to their G~n~,e Marshall. The ladies daughter, Sherry Long (who the names of Geral- homes. -MAB- Harry Rasmussen. I :~resid~n~. in the kitchen and nre- came from Lawrence to spend Darin~ the ~.ood food were Kath-~the weekend with her grand- known Geraldine and Money From Washington erine Grimes and Maxine Paw- mother), and grandson, Jim Hills, ' for many years in news- Getting money from Washing- ell. * * This was a real wintr~ were there also. - Mildred and circles. For a number of ton to finance all manner of pro- day. and we saw few DeoOle Glenn Grout, Sr came over and Harry has been helpless jects Whether necessary or not sf ,di, on the streets talking, we enjoyed a few games of an incurable disease. Ger- under the guise of beefing up N,mdn, rn eaton early. - l met bridge. * * See you next Satur- wrote me as follows: the economy is sort of like giv- Roena Nelson, hurrying like it day night. * * I1 our lives Harry and I ir, q yourself a blood transfusion wanted a trip around the *You stick the needle .in one wns coldhut shr stonoed to nut sc rr arouvd mv neck. -Before Saturday Night :. On Jan. 20, 1966, Harry, arm, and pump in a pint or so Go,o Tvlor haq folt the warmth Christmas time we had a let- ff his nurses, and I will sail Velar other arm--but spill the SS President Roosevelt o it in the process, of Christmas holidays, and he ter from Mrs. Pete Dillon. - Sho n ver "nicked on me". - Jose- said she had enioyed her visit of the American Express Lines !: cid. ntally, one does about phine is always the same, and with many old friends when sho for the trip around the world,much lasting good as the we three had a good visit. * * vsiit d here this fall. - Also tola The last of March we will dock =r. Margaret Gumm and Mrs. Duane me that Pete s brother visited ii~ I Loafer. i It's our Turbo-Jet 396: the V8 strong enough to run your Chevrolet and its automatic transmission, power steering, air conditioning, power windows, AM/FM Multiplex Stereo radio. And more. Without even breathing hard. Reason is, a Turbo-Jet V8 breathes deeper. Breathes freer. Delivers more usable power whenever you need it--like for safer passing. Works more efficiently. Where the smaller engine hurries, a Turbo-Jet V8 just loafs along. You try it. at your Chevrolet dealer's. And nowhere else. We offer two Turbo-Jet 396 VSs for '66. You can order 325 hp in any Chevrolet; 325 or 360 hp m a Ctmveile SS 396. There's also a 427-cu.-in. Turbo-Jet (up to 425 hp) available in Chevrolets and Corvettes. 4~eke Cukma Co~e Corvette Sting Ray Coupe CheveUe SS 896 Sport an m it Chevrolet. Chevelle Chevy II. C0rvair Corvette 15 5105 Kartsa$,: CLIFF ROBERTSON- GEORGE CHAKIRIS "633 SQUADRON" MARIA PERSOHY HARRY ANDREWS DONALD HOLISTOi,' ~ :t ~ ~, WALTER E O~IJMAN. ~y ~ JAUE$ CrAft HOI6A~3 XOCI{ (.~o Prooo .r LEWIS J RACttMIL ~,0a0 td ~, C[~.IL F. FORO I~ d,~. ONITEO NTI$1$ J eludes the cost of delivery. Soil Conservation Service a~ Trees ordered through the Coun- Mankato in 1947, and has ser~ ty Office will be mailed by par- in Jewell county as a Soil Co~" eel post to the customer during servationist, an~d Manhattan aS the normal. tree planting season. WOrkHe isUnita graduateC nservati niSt'of KanS~ Howard M. Hughes New State University with a degre I Asst. State Conservationistin Agriculture. He is a veteran of World -, Howard M. Hughes has joined Kansas Council of Chapters, S0~ I the staff of the U. S. Soil Con- II. He is a past president of Fer'ilizin servation Service in Des Moines Conservation Society of Arner cglynweat:.her .-. las Assistant State Conservation- ica. at mat welist have had recently should put the i-Iu hes went to Iowa from Mr. 'Hughes repalces J. wheat in the county in the dor- g Schott, who is now on a mant s" " ,riays, r ans, wnere ne servea as --lt'tate" [Area Conservationist for the assignment in Thailand. Ae~lO~gnov[t~eUl ;at~r nasVi~ aI past nine years He joined the bett ea e m t re tu- " ation and the kind of stand we[ will have early this spring than[ we do at the preesnt time, prob- [ ably there won't be much dif-t ference in results if the nitrogen[ is applied now or next spring, [ regardless of the form in which it is applied. Nitrogen should not be ap- plied when snow is on the ground, as much of it will be lost when the snow melts. Wintering Beef Cattle: The nutritional requirements for beef cows that are carrying calves are not too high and as long as these requirements are met the cows will come through the winter in good shape. Alfalfa hay is a good source of protein for these cows and if alfalfa hay is fed at a reason- able rate along with the other feeds, chances are this will meet the protein requirements of the cows and additional protein will not be required. Tree Orders: Orders for trees, shrubs and stratified nuts through the Kan- ass State University tree distri- bution program are being taken at the County Extension office. The evergreen species that are available include: Colorado blue spruce, Rocky Mountain juniper, Austrian pine, Scotch pine, white pine, ponderosa pine, Blue spruce and eastern red cedar. Deciduous trees available are: black locust, black walnut, bur oak, Chinese elm, cottonwood, green ash, honey locust, osage orange, redbud, Russian olive, Russian mulberry, and silver maple. Shrubs on the list are: Amer- ican plum, cotoneaster, Fragrant sumac, honeysuckle, lilac, mul- tiflora rose, tamarix, and nan- king cherry. Stratified walnuts and pecans are also available. Prices of the trees and shrubs are $5.00 per 100 and $1.00 per 100 for stratified nuts. This in- Willie Wiredhand goes to school every day with every child in this area. Willie is the service symbol of your Electric Cooperative which helps support your child's school by the payment of property taxes. Besides helping build and maintain schools, Willie lights the rooms of many rural schools in this area through your Electric Cooperative. Education helps guarantee a great future for Kansas. Willie W/redhand has a seat in every classroom and is mighty proud of it l WADDlgLI, & Mutual lhmd fiba es Natie l Re~ ~y by In~ i ANKATO