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January 23, 1964     Jewell County Record
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January 23, 1964

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DJt~ F riday i~i i/~ Jl a ~TIK:m OJ' Tmm ~ AI:~MmoA'arze,, ~ ~ ilOmTOL ~ ~ ~ ~ No. 32 B. Beam Bartlett B~.am was born 11, 1902, a'~ Beatrice, 1907 his parants moved farm near Norton, K, ans. His when he was 15 y~ars Emery a,-sumed the respon- of tendir~g the farm while through high smhoal in Nor- 1922 Emery located in Ma~ where he est~bli~ed a bat- For ma~y years he distributor af WRlard bat- an~t const~tly expanding won several compare] being the leadin~ d~s- of Witlard batteries in khe States. wa~ married to Lydia E. on June 22, 1924, and to tmion, there w~s born one Gloira Lee. His devotion family as a l~t~band mid ek"~'n~'y. 1941. Emery became a C.ahev- automobile dealer i~ Man- wa~ active in this busi- 20 The expansion over a wide terri- r r'et'leetshis repu.t~tion as a '.and honest dea~er. served his ~r~nunity in He was always a.n ac- of the Mankato'Com- Cl~b end served an rnar~ He took an active in- in @H Club work. He was of the ~to CiCy a~d served on the M~m- V~tm~ary Fire Departmem. w~ a ~r of the Lodge, Mankato Lodge Chapter, Itoyal Arch member off Cy- No. 23, Knigh~ __.a member ~ Shrine; a.nu he was of the .Rotary Club. retired from active bus~ 1961. F~Eing health did not his man6r services to his and his abounding en- persisted to the end. passed awas' at Phoenix, on &an. I0. 1964, and left to are his wi~e, Lydia, of the hia daugh~er, ~ia Lee and her husbalxl, Jerry, Kans.; hiS si~ter, Mrs. Carte of Omaha, Nebr.; his Mrs. Owen Clark of An- Alaslm; and a ho~t of relatives ,Land friends. His preceded him in deeth in 19@2. clevotkm to l-As family az~ ~t~er ~ts a ~iend to be re~, a~d he never be forgotten. were held a~ the Meth- C~,rch in Mmal~to, Kansas, 15, 1964, a 2.'00 o'clock Intervaen~ v~z in Mounl Cemetery, Cer~ter Tow~thlp, County, ~. relatives and friends aCbended ~he Beam hmera.l Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ctm- af Benkeknan, Nebr.; l~r. Bartlett of IV~ax, Nebr.; Mr. Joe Brow~, Mrs. Dennis Mr. a~d Mrs. Kemxe~ of ObeXlin, Kens,; Mr. Havens and Mr. Jean K'~sse~l .of Nm'ton, a,r~d Mrs. Wayne Allen., and Mrs. Loyd Becker and I~a~i~e Ht~n of Lollan, ~. ~r~l Mrs. J~bnIllck a,~d D,~ar~e Hi~lcr~n of Bo~I- C .~,~.; Mr. and h/ks. Dean -.f Oma~h'a, Nebr.; Harry tenry Baril.ett. Ol, aud Bart- E~rtlett of Bea- Mrs. H~vard 2~eime~ Mr. and M~vs. Clavence of Oberlin. Kaus.; Mr. D. H. l=~hgl~s, Dever~e Mr. and 1Vc~ E~ki~e l~c- Mrs. Joe l~e~er a~d Mrs. "~W~li~g of Topeka. Mrs. J~,m Metz of Wheat Ohet Bonecutter and of Smi~ Center, Karts. CARD OF THANKS ' wish to thank our frier~ls the many deed~ af kindness of symlmthy, also fl~rat o~feri~gs arid h e~ tm d~riv~g our soz~ow in our loved one. ~r~. Emery Beam and Mrs. Gerald l~flRgs And Relatives CARD OF to thar~k aB who s~t me and vis~ed me in ~e Coa~mmtty Kam. They were MANKATO HIGH SCHOOL NEWS UA~,"tKAT'O, ZA~AS~ Frye as Clyde Peabody; Ray How- ell as Alvin Foll~'~by;a]~on~/h~' Jane Kier os Peggy HolSbs; Doxma Hills is Kate Hohbs; John Hur~tev as Rog- er Hobhs; Bob Shir0ey as Fred S~I- tonstall; Cheryl Halstead as '~rs. Archer Gabrieison; Bob Wa.~so~ Byrom l)angePfield; Derma Korb Jia~e ~er~ieM; Jim Powe~l Sam G~iswold; Dorim~ Meyer Si~rmy ~l, liva~; Linda Vader as Emily Turner; E~bevt S~md~11 as Martin Tunmr; Barry Hansen as Kenneth Wainwright; J'.tm Decker as Harry Birder; ~ Grou as Winners Announced At AnnuaI Soil Conservation Meefin The Anvazal Meetir~g of the Jew- l etl Coumy Soil Co,erection Dist- }riot w~s held Monday, Jan. 20, a~ JUNIOR CLASS CHOOSES PLAY [@te Mankato Conm~tmitT Building. The prir~ipal speaker oft the meet- ,,a~r. w,~-~-, v .... i,~,, ,,~,~.~, ;~ling was Dee Nbbott, S~aCe Soil "--m ~"- vel b ......... treet ~ n~rv~toms~. ~vne oe~ve~ ~otmcy a,-.a,,-~,, Leal~e will ~ -r~-'~,~*~-4/' ansas zmm~em A~aras to marl "'-- ^^ P tic ..... /When.t, Jewell; and Bill D~ lwarca z~. ract~ e mr me pt~ty~,m.,~,~ o~=~ ~^.~ ~.~ v~.^~ "'Bi~c~r'=~"-~sters selectedtaCeepted the plaque for Mr. Ditl- ~e fotlowi~g for the c~st: Bruce Im'~." __ '_ Frav#lelin as Elwe~ Tervey; Don~ .z:ne po~er ann essay com~st winners were azmounced and cash prizes preen, ted to ~em. FoIb~v- img are the ',winners of the l:~:~-ter Co, test. 1st and 2nd Grade: Ist, Pamela ~a~sen, Valley View; 2nd, J~el Jeffery, Burr Oak; ard, Ch~lene Wallace, Burr Oak. Joan Binger; Dennis Hancock as Salty Ch.~berr~; a~cl Jessie Camp- bell as Mary ~y'berry, ~Teresa Grah~n. 3~I and 4~ Cd~de: Ist, John Giilett, Burr Oak; 2rid, Bria~ How- ard, Burr Oak; 3rd, Janic~ Co~- ro~t, Burr Oak. 5~h and 6Ma Grade: 1st, Diana Ost, ,Burr Oak; 2rod, Jerry ~, Burr Oak; 3rd, Edward Runyon, MANKATO Gl~ADE SCHOOL LOSES TO JEWELL, 51-~ ~e Mmake*o Grade School team was dofeeted by Jewe~l, 51-~ High scorer for Jew~ll was NuRy with 25 points. The ~mka~ box ~y'r FTP terry Neflson 4 2 1 10 - Burr Oak. 7th and 8th Grade: 1st, Sa~dra Itm~s0~, Valley View; 2,nd, GlerMa Bo~les, Burr Oak. ~.d'and ~ion Poster, Jdbm Gitlet~, Durr Oak: Reserve Grand Poster, Pamela Ha~se~, Valley View. ~l~e winnem of the essay contest were-- ~a~d 6~h Grade: 1st, DiRon, Burr Oak; 2nd, Diarm Oak; 3rd, Cathy Gates, O~k. 7~ and 8'th Grade: 1st, DMe SwRzer, Fonuaso; ~d, ~si Stone, Oak Creek; 3~I, Cormie Pot- tR, Oak Cree~. Gml~l Prize Ess~, Dale Swit- zer, Foz, rrmso; ~ Grand ~, Dm~is S~one, Oek A ~ of ~ posters and 75 eem~s were er~tered in the ~. Jay Wiereaga was elected super- visor to fitl the exp~ te~rn of Torn Ca~. " ~ IT'S ~ W~ YOU KEF~ T~Afr COL~'TS L~LRoy ~V[oser 0 0 2 0 Kend~ Ost 0 0 2 0 Dean 2 3 1 7 Rottrke 2 0 1 4 Dodd 0 1 2 1 Fireman 0 0 1 0 Tota~ 8 61022 The next game wffi be here this .,~i~y. The Mankato B team will )l.a~ W~c~ber at I:00 P. M., ~ol- ,lowed by the A eern pla~ Ran- da&l. RICHA]gD DIAMOND SPEAKS ECONOMICS CLASS On J~m 16, /tichmxi Diamand, w~ is the casMer a~ ~e Stale Ex- to end up an ~op, 37-,35. Delrner was high paint man for the Oougars wi41~ I0 points. Jim Poweil and Dexm~ Schrock each bad 9 poi.wIs, Lynn Scavraw scored 5 poirRs, and Gordon Murray 2. R Team Defeated 50-46 On Ja~. 14, ~e ~o B team k~st its second game of the seas~ ~o St. J~m's. The fin~ score was 50-46. Sc~i~g for @~e Cougars was a~ foEows: Mi~r2hetl 15, Frs~din 8, Frye 6, Htm~er ~ Dunetan 5, .~armock 4, and l~ice 2. Frcslmaea Are Victorious "Phe ~to t~ team added ar~other victory to i~ record by defea~g ~he St. ~s fresh- men 2%22 on Jan. 14. The scorer for Manka~o was Mike Rourke with 14 points. J. C. _Cle~g had 6 po~ts, Davmie Bird 4, Gelen Biery 2, arid ~ Freenmm 1. ---Dermis Schrock. change Dank, spoke to the high sdmal eocmonx~s class on the topic ~ ba=kmg. The cli~feren~ rain, s that Mr. Dia~ e~Dlaiae~ were: checking eccoums, mvir~ aceom~, corre- solm~t bay/ks, Fedm~l and Feder~1 llese~e Boa~ dep0eits, Federal Delx~t C~r~or~tion, gold ~es, safe- ty deposi boxes, origin of omr banking system, and various ser- vices arml ditties of the bank to its community. ,D~wing his talk. Mx. Di~ ~ered questions addressed to him by Mr. Penner and the ~ud- er~ts. ---~Dennis Schrock. COUGARS LOSE TO ST. JOHN'S, ~/-~ Z.~d~;, J~ 14, ~e C~u~rs played St. Johns of Beloit. I.t w~ a close game all the way, but the Blue J~ys martaged Crm'4~e. ~e J~ Boy ~ led the pre~tae~ af c~ m~l ancl lv~ f~a~ sa~u~. Fire Sunday Moml~ A fire, about 3:00 a. m. Sunda~, destroyed an old garage, a lea~ to avzi eomenls of bo~ The buildings were ioeated bebAnd the home, occupied by Faye Ouellette, which is lzx~tecl lt~e ~ house ~ 6f Buck Roberts home. ~Ja-s. 'Fin~, y Mun~o, who lives ~voss the street, spotted the fire and ca~led4 the five depevtmen~. Mr. /Mtmro lmrried aeroas the street e~ some b2azing gross ~en-bo~e befome the Manka~o Fire ~er#t ar- rived. The depavtmen etlicie~ put ouec the blaze wl~en Iltey ar- rived. ~~y, the fire was and didn t spread. Ira Abram Pa~ Away Ira Abram of JeweZl apamed-t ~e an~ay T~esda~, et~rno~m Beloit ~-lx~spi~al. Ftmen~l services for this fine men will be held at the Jewetl ~ Ohur~ at 2:00 p. m. Friday, January 34th. MANKATO FRESHMEN WIN County Democratic }~.e~ ~ae Jewel{l Count" De~tic Oo~ will hold a m~g Mor~lay, J~n. 27, ~t the Mankato Oanm'amiW Center ~ 7:30 o'~. Eommi~teen'am mad commR'~- women are urged *o algend. All ~ ~ease come. ~- nmmes w',dl be served. --Jane J~n, Vice ~irrnan. BIG TIMBER ITEMS ~. and ~~ ~ ~ ~he prot~ paa-en~ ~f a baby girl born Dec. 14. She~Jl answer to the name, I.Atri Jo. ! Mrs. Bob Frasier an~ Pa~ricia spe~ Thursday Wi~ he~ ~m~r~, Mr. a~d Mrs. A. D. S~h~mr. who reninded. JeweU Sweet o~ his b~Y were: M~. and Mr~ Tom Sweet, Mr. Tim Sweet, Miss Mollie ~r. amt-Z#=rs. J~m E~er 23, 1964 VALLEY Is Being Played This Week. Games At Man- kate Tues. & Wed. & At Beloit Thurs, & Sat. The Sol~n