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i, THE COUNTY -VW,~ terials~ with a ltigh nitrate ni- trogen content are generally most effective, field experi- ments have not been conclu. save enough to warrant speci- fie recommendations for car- ,tain nitrogen materials or me- thods of application, As a rule of thumb, the best source to use for topdressing, .under most Tleld conditions, is still probab- ly the one that can be applied at the cheapest cost per pound of nitrogen. While moisture conditions don't look too favorable at the present time, it has been pro- ven that wheat utilizes what moisture is available if ade- Holton; January 26, Mankato; and January 26, Lyons. Producers in Jewell County will be interested in the meet- ing at Mankato, January 25, in the Catholic Church base- ment. The l-day program will be. gin at 9:30 a. m. Dr. Kelth Zoellner, Extension livestock specialist from Kansas State University, will report on ewe fleck research in the morning program. Dr. Homer Caley, Extension veterinarian, will discuss internal and external parasites and diseases. During the noon lamb lunch- eon, sheepmen and their wiv- es will hear about the ewe Jim Gunter, Agent Wheat: farmers in applied adequate their wheat last quate nutrients are present in buying program in Kansas. the soil. It is still not too late The afternoon ~rogram will to get that soil tested to see include a report from a State how much nitrogen is needed. Sheep and Wool Association Water Pollution From representative. H. C. Ruckert, Feed Lots: Midwest Wool Marketing As- Most of the farmers in the soclation of Kansas City, will of anhydrous are concerned about farmers will the State Board of Health topdressingHearings on controlling water very near future, pollutants from feed lots. Not is an effective too much information is avail- nitrogen able concerning this at the all surface appll- are subject Volatilization and applied in ice is in the top of soil stands a being blown or as well as being the air. While it Well known that ace applied nRro- great under cer- and that ma- time; however, it is ! hoped that we can have an ed- ' ucational meeting for the pub :lie as soon as we receive in- formation about it. We do have a notice of the Hearing in the Extension o! floe and will be glad to go over it @ith interested people. Special School Scheduled For Area Sheet) Producers: Sheep and wool schools will be held in central and north- east Kansas on January 23 at AIR 4.Door Sedan. V-8, PG, PS, AC. Sharp. MALIBU 4-Door Setka. V.8, Powerglide Transmission, Lots Car Warranty left. Sport Coupe. Turbo-Hydramatlc Air. Real slick. 9-Pamenger Stttlon Wagon. V-8, PS, PB, Factory Air. Still in AIR 4.Door Sedan. 283 V-8, PS, Standard Transmission. CATALINA &Door Sedan. PS, PB, Automatic Transmission Factory. Air. One owner. Extra II "6" Cylinder 4-Door Sedan. 'l 'ammmission. 4-Door Sedan. V-8, PG, IS, and AC. One owner. 500 4-Door Sedan. V-8 and Transmission. MALTBU 4-Door Sedan. Powerglide Transmhmlon. 4-Door Sedan. Automatic Ton. V-8,4-Speed Transmis. WMe Box. Ton. 6 Cyl., 4-Speed Treas. Long Wide Box. Ton. 6 Cyl. 4-Speed Tram Long Narrow Box. Ton. 6Cyl. 4-Spoon TIVZIb Lonf Narrow BOx. ARE ALL ONE OWNER AND EXTRA NICE IN EVERY RESPECT. have several elder modal Pldmim at a good price. ldANKATO, KANSAS Phone Fig 83471 & BANK FINANCING give the wool market outlook for the coming season. A traditional mid-afternoon adjournment feature of the school will be the drawing for door prizes. OLANCU WITH MAltY imANC i ~i~i; .... Jswoil Counly Home Iconemks A0ent "ii=... I.earn About The New Appliance In Your Homo: Did Santa leave a new elec- trical appliance under the Christmas tree at your home? If he did, study the manu- facturer's use-care booklet be- fore you use the appliance again. In this way, you call discover the many things taw appliance can do for you. Don't expect it to do thlnp that it wasn't designed to do. Clean the appliance accord, ing to instructions in the use- care booklet. Pretreated sur- faces and special finishes re- quire special care when using and cleaning. Some surfacus may be damaged by the um of abrasives. Note whether the appliance can be immersed in water completely, partially, or not at all Don't soak a hot appli- ance in cold water or run cold water in It. Let it cool first. A sudden change in temper- ature may cause the metal to warp. If soaking is necessary, use clear water because deter- gents may cause discoloration if the appliance is made of aluminum. Wait until the appliance cools before wrapping the at- tached cord around It for storage. Cords containing probe- thermostats should be handled carefully and acording to the manufacturer's directions. At. low the probe-thermostat to cool before renfoving to avoid the danger of burns. National Pood Buyer's QUIz. .On November 17, 1966 more than 70 educational television stations presented a one hour special "The National Food Buyer's Quiz". Here are some of the questions and answers that were used. Hugh Downs moderated with show.business personalities taking the test along with the viewing sudS. once. Look for the continua- tion of these questions in later columns. 1 .Q: A can marked "Orange Juice" must contain I00 per- cent orange Juice, True or false? A: True. If the can is label. ed "Orange Juice" it must contain 1O0 percent orange Juice. However, If the can /s labeled *'Orange Drink" or "Orange Breakfast Drink" it need not contain all Juice. The same rules ap ply to all citrus fruit Juices |. Q: You should trim off the Purple ink showing the grade or the inspection mark 13@ fore cooking and serving the meat. True or false? A: False. The purple ink used for these marks 11 completely harmless, and la as safe: as the coloring us~ in the frosting on a cake. 3. Q: Lower priced canned fruits and vegetables are Just as nutritious as higher priced ones, True or false? A: True, in most eases. Of. ten the reason for lower prices is that the product k packed in light ls~tead ot heavy sugar syrup: It may be lmm leader: or the flavox and color may not be quit~ as good. But generally, the lower priced product will of. for as much nutritive value as the higher priced one. 4. Q: A picnic ham Is a tea| ham. True or false? A: False. Real ham comes from the upper part of the hind leg of a hog. A "picnic" is similar in flavor and ap. pearance, but comes from the shoulder of the hog and is not a real ham. 5. Q: Brown eggs are not as good as white eggs. True or false? A: False. The breed of the hen determines the color of the eggs' shell. But there Is no difference in quality, In spite of the fact the people in some areas think brown eggs are best and people l~ other areas think white eggs are best, Just because they'. ve grown up eating one or the other. Shell color doesn't affect the grade, nutrient value, flavor, or cooking performance of the egg. Hays -- A total of 162 Fort Hays State College students plan to complete require- ments for degrees at the close of the current semester. Included are 19 candidates for master's degrees. Since FHS does not hold a mid-year commencement, the graduates will participate in the spring ceremonies May 29. Candidates for degrees from Jewels County are: Edwin L. Swenson, B.S. in business Ellis E. Mclntyre, B.B. in in- dustrial,arts. Mrs, Nellie Gillett of Esbon celebrated her 70th birthday Tuesday. Her children, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bottger and family of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gillett and family of Esbon, and Sam Gillett of Es- ben, planned the celebration for their mother. The family group had dinner was at 7:00 group had dinner at 7:00 p. m. at the Buffalo Roam Steak House. Hays -- These 15 Fort Hays State coeds have been nomi- nated for the honor of queen ~othe college yearbook, the veille. Candidates will be Interviewed, five finalists so~ letted, and the queen will be chosen by the y6arbo0k staff of a well-known all-rusk school on the bask of photo,. graphs. The eandldates, cbee- San D/ego, Calif., (~C) -- Marine Private Stanley J. Blair. son of Mrs. Birdie M. Blair of Route 1, Mankato Kans., was graduated frorr eight weeks of recruit tralnln at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot here, He will now undergo about three weeks of individual com. bat training and then, after leave at home, will report to his first Marine Corps assign- ment, The intensified Marine re- cruit tralnlng emphasizes rig- id physical conditioning and survival techniques, both at sea and ashore, to develop self-oonfidence and tmdur~nce, Marksmanship with the M-14 rifle and 45-calibre pistol are equally stressed, and close or- der drill instills the traditions of Marine Corps teamwork. A thorough study of basS@ military subjects; hygiene| first aid and sanitation; and the customs, courtesies, his- tory and mission of the Mar. lne Corps serve to polish tlw new Marine's recruit educa- tion and prepare him to Join Marine combat forces. Manhattan --~"MI~ lPlMMk Roland D. Price- Obituary president of Kanmm Farm Bmb ---- oau, was born in a RawllnaThe funeral service for Re- county sod house on a farm land D. Price, 43, was held at Iteer McDonald. Today,with 2 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 7, 1967, a son and a son-in-law, !1o at United Church In Walsen- farms about 5,000 acres In the burg, Colo. with the .Rev. County. Included is one quar- Ward Barter officiating. tel" of land that was home, Graveslde services were steaded by. a grandfather in conducted at Masonic Ceme- 1886. tery by Walsenburg Elks Friable, elected president in Lodge 1066. Price died Thurs- November. 1966, served on the day at a local hospital after a Kansas.Farm Bureau board of three-month illness. He was director's from 1954 to 1960 born at Lincoln, Kans., Oct. and Is a past president of the 16, 1923. He served as an Air Kansas Livestock Association. Force radio operator during He Is serving his third year World War If. On the Kansas Wheat Commas- Price came to Walsenburg sion and was a member of the Economic Research Ad- visory Committee of the Uni. ted States Department of Ag- riculture. He was a Farm Bur- eau "Leader of the Year" in 1950. The seventh president of Kansas Farm Bureau Is s graduate of Colorado State University at Ft. Collins, where he majored in animal husbandi'y. Mr. and Mrs. Friable are the parents of three sons and u d nghter. in 1958 and was employed as a mechanic for his brother, i Carl, at Carl Price Radiator and Wrecker Service. He was a past exalted ruler of the Elks Lodge and a member of United Church. He married the former Bet- ty McGeary March 14, 1943, Mrs. Price is the Walsenburg distributor for The Pueblo Chieftain. He is also survived by four sons, James of Lowry Air Force Base, Kenneth, Ri- chard and Steven, all of th~ home; one daughter, Patricis K., of the home; one brother. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, January. lg, IIW/ Page 3 - Seetl~ 1 / Carl Price, Walmnburg: one sister, Mrs. Robert Lind., Plainvlile, Karts. Music was furnished by Sam Baylis who sa~ "B@aut~ Isle", "Beyond The SnmJot", accompanied by MrL 0. A, Meyer. Pallbearers Were Mfl. cers of B.P.O. Elks, Lodge NO. 1586: George Glumac, Exalted Ruler: James Rob~ Leading Knight; Arthur Be. , ' nine, Loyal Knight; Lou~ Bl. endS, Lecturing Knight; Marchlorl, Chaplin; Hal~ Biggi, Secretary. Intermatt was in the Masonic Cemet4wy, Walsenburg, Colo. Attending the funeral m~. vices for Roland D, Prim from a distance were: ~. and Mrs. Harold Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Nelson, Sylvan Grove, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyder, Phillips. burg. Kans.: Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne McGeary and Ben McGeary. Wichita: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Purcell and Mr, and Mrs, Frank Langer, Su. )crier, Nebr. I! I II I iJ Federal Land Bank invites you to see them for all your long - term credit needs. Land Bznk loans are arranged locally by those who under- stand your problems and want to be of service. They have many lea- Herman H, Eddy, Manager tures that safeguard your interests now and in the future. Come in and we will give you the details. Our Mankato of- is located at the Correll Hotel on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION OF BELOIT 121 West Main Street, Beloit, Kansas I II Denver, Colo. -- Followins I degree in Finance and Bank. the December Board of Dir- ling, and is now attending the octor's meeting, Denver U. S. Colorado School of Banking. National Bank President Nell Mr. Lockwood has worked F. Roberts announced the election of thirteen new, offi- cers. Mr. Roberts also an- nounced that Junior officer titles have been changed from the traditional corporate title to a more descriptive and functional title. Additional changes will be forthcoming at the Junior officer level. N, Robert Lockwood, elected Loan Officer, Joined the Den- ver U, S, in 1956, and is cur- rently a member of the Agri- cultural Loan group in the bank's Lending Division. A graduate of the University of Denver, he received a B.S. in several departments as a management trainee with spe- cial emphasis on both the Note and Credit Departments In the Lending Division. Prior to hls work at the bank, he completed a four-year tour of duty with the United States Navy. He is a member of the American Institute of Banking and the V.F.W. Robert Lockwood, his wife Nancy, and their two daugh- ters reslde In Denver, Mr. Lockwood Is the son of Mr. and Mrs, George Lock- wood of Burr Oak, Kansas. hB,h wore SCANDIA, KANSAS In The At Bel eville, Fans., On e8 O~ on tee tmsm ~ poise, per- sonal/ty, honors, scholarship and achlevement, are: (From left) Ronda Chappel, Lyons freshman; Lynn Corn, Low- ~nco freshman: Bernioe Pol. film, Hays sophomore: Rlta Rasmussen, Norton pho. more: Betty Converse, Paw- ae~ Reek Naior; Vlcki 8teen, Smith Center mphomore; Jo 'Arms tiqe, tio~ amman: Nancy Ward, Pratt sopho- more: Barbara Krolbel, Hea. Icy sophomore; Barbara .Bick. forfl, ,Dalla~ Tex., Junior, Ju- ~yaune Mustoe, Norton saulor: arol Henderson Hays Juni~; (inside) Sharon Lcomis, Man. kato Junior; a:bara Rand, Liberal sardor: and Barbara Oehs, Goedland h hman. Mks Aspegren is being sponsored by the eandh Lions Club. Pictured above is Aspegren trying on one of the several at. sembim that she selected at our tom tim control. 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