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view. However. we encounter- ed no snow or rain while tra- veling. Mildred stayed with us one day and went on to Manhattan Beach where we Joined themI in the Christmas festivities later. IIowever the holiday vaca tion was a bit tough for Anne. She. being a registered nurse, the demand for nurses was so great, that she has worked 7 days a week for several,w, eeks, Luckily her mother, Mildred. was perfectly capable of tak- ing over the household duties. i However we did just about the same as you did -- had a decorated tree surround- ed with gaily wrapped pack- Principal speaker for' the ages, all sizes and shapes Annual Native Sons and from the size of a suitcase to )a~hters banquet will be The a tiny case of jewelry. And, Hen Charles E. Whittaker with all these, and a boy with former Associate Justice, Um an electric train, hub-bub ted States Supreme Court, ac- reigned for awhile, but it was cording to Native Sons Presl- fun for all ages. dent Doral llawks, His ad- After the Christmas festivi- dress, "Circling the Square," ties, the Rawaks had a chance will be the climax of the din- to visit friends of the time her program January 27 at when they lived in North Hol- the Hotel Jayhawk Roof Gal'- lywood or Burbank. So we den. did not start for home at Sat- Justice Whittaker, who was atoga until Wednesday. *born February 22, 1901, on a Early Days at Mankato farm near Troy, is the only Chapter Ill native Kansan ever to serve Incidentally. in 1895 the Co. on the Supreme Court of the Supt. decided the High School United States. and Common School gradua- Other features of the dinner tion exercises would be to- meeting include Greetings gather. As this had never been from Governor Docking, the done before, we rebelled! presentation of the Haucke We protested vigorously and, Award to the Winner of the we thought, Justly. The Super- Oratorical Contest. and pre- ior Express chronicled the in- sentation of the Olive Ann cident, and dubbed us "The Beech Award to winners of the Dudes and Dudesses" of that Pioneer Factual Story Contest, high school class. by Mrs. Frank Boyd, St. of In fact, there had been very Mankato, Also to be presented few graduation exercises be- is "Kansan of the Year", Jim fore the class of 1885. In 1894, Ryun, University of Kansas a class of Walter and William miler, the only Kansan to be LaBar, Grace Forbes, Olive i so honored two consecutive Angevine, and perhaps three years, or four more (I do not have an Banquet tickets are avail- old "Mankatoan" which gives able at the Hotel Jayhawk. all the graduates at hand now). e The year before there were Justus Lynn, Fred Fuson. No- ra Cole, and perhaps two or Mrs. Ira L. ~'hite three more. Sometime during these years I don't believe I have told the Kramer Furniture Store you that Mildred has traded became a fixture on the south her 'Ford in on a Stationwa- side of Main Street, and,'.~H. gon - Volkswagen, which is LaBar started a furnit(ire well broken in by now. So store on the east side of Corn- Dec. 15 we started for Los mercial Street. It was his Angeles so she could spend "twin sons that furnished the Christmas with her two daugh urge to organize on Alumni ters, Anne and Ellen, who arc Association, and the first employed there, Alumni Banquet was given in Anne Is private secretary to honor of the class of 1885. the head of the Chevrolet S. C. Smith had quite an agency, and Ellen is recep- extensive store, groceries, la tionist with the Ralph Parsons tar added dry goods, still la- Agency. ter added millinery, making I stopped at Alice's, which it quite an establishment, just Is not far from San Jose, Sar- north of the alley, and south atoga (her address) and Los of that alley was the post of- Gates, an area not far from rice most of us remember, but San Francisco. Alice and hus- I remember one in the block band, Bert, are about the best across from the Commercial Santa Claus I know of. for Hotel. And the postmaster was he tries to get everyone just a man by the name of Gee. what they want, so all were Bancroft. (There is quite a bountifully remembered, story in connection with him We were favored by perfect that I will not now repeat.) weather for the drive. Had a However, Mankato's first perfect view of Mt. Shasta. post office was in a building heavily covered with snow, but on the west side of the rail- Hy-Klas Thrifty Pak Gallon Jug Now you can accumulate mutual fund shares on a reg- ular monthly payment plan to fit your family budget. With payments of $20 a month--*after an initial OLD HOME 6- 16-oz. Loaves U. S. No. 1 Golden Delicious 4-1b. Bag HY-KLAS SPECIAL OF MONTH Banana Coconut Gal. Hy-Klas - 6-oz. Cans Snow White 3 - 10-oz. | O O Hy-Klas Vanilla Hy-Klas Chunk tyle Comet Calif. Snowball Hy-Klas Fancy Fruit Pkg. 4 - 303 Cans Hy-Klas Fresh Whipped Salad Quart Hy-Klas Frozen Fruit 22-oz. He Hy-Klas Crushed ,@ Ca]-Ri y Seedless 2 Lbs. Pure Hy-Klas Pineapple 46-oz. Can CC & Pieces -Oz. Can no cloud or mist obscuring the road. across from what is now Cherry, Apple, Peach "" MrS.ar rather west of the elevatOr.sometlm.mlllineryM. E. stereEVansin thOSeoneStablishedtheYearS,west Cello Bag r =.,, ~. side of the Main Street. She Hy-K'las Hamburgel, was a sister of the Harms'. 32 OZ. Had a daughter, Madge, and Investors .oo, Fred. In these early days there was a frame building where ,e Ralph Waugh's station now Whitney stands, that once was used as headquarters for a "Rain- Chunl maker's" base of operations. Tall Tin But to my mind, it was the a monl .cooe of many playtimes after Red Emperor 2 Lbs. school. It was a roller skating LADIES' WINTER rink. Also, then, a girl's popular- ity was somewhat gauged by the length of her "Charm- 3 C oups .... Values to $12.98 string". That meant you are Angel to collect a button from every- Foo oneslne' no two alike, all fancy 99 99 I e. 16-OZ. My "charmstring" broke one day and I put all those Hy-Klas Small Blend - 303 Cans buttons in my pocketl That was the day I should have stayed away from the "rink", for when I fell, my buttons slithered all over that slick floor. That's why I remember it so well -- I had to pick 'era Valu W. K. Golden 2 - 303 Tins all up! Fancy Vine Ripe $40 imyment--you can ac- quire sharse of Investors Stock Fund, Thk is a mutual fund de. ilgned to provide long.term capital appreciation poll- b/I/ties as well as a r~on- a~e ~come. For full detaik (prolp~- ttmm) of Investors Stock Fund and the new Investors Accumulation Plan-- Fresh Royal I- waiian Reames Egg Hy-Klas No. 2 Tin MAN TODAY ! &LBERT WAUGH 114 N. Wlhmt l loR lqmm lqg During Pebruary a repre- sentative of the Kansas Vet- erans' Commission will be in Mankato on Feb. 9, 1967 from BERKSHIRE 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. at the City Hall to assist veterans and their dependents or survivors Discontinued Colors Reg. $1.35 - Now with veterans service work. Anyone unable o contact us at that time may wrttp, nhone or visit the office listed below: Kansas Veterans Cnmmls- slon, Courthouse, Marysville, Kansas. Phone HT ~.~c81 Clay- ton G, Morton, Field Repre- sentatlve. ' l~lrs. Edith Oat, Mrs. Beulah l'~J'i':~w,~r~h spent the weekend in Lawrence with their chfl: dren, l~Ir. and Mrs. Edgar Brinkworth, Mrs. Barker ac- companied them and visited her husband and son. Valu Cut Valu, I Hy-Klas Tomato S uce INC. JEWELL COUNTY: Thursday. January Page 6 - Sectio Per 2 8- 303 Tins EFFECTIVE MONDAY, JANUARY 30, STORE HOUI : Monday through Friday, 9:00 Lm. to 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, 9:00 am. to 7:00 p.m. 2 No.