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A CONSOLIOATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COM~NTY, WE'RM FOR IT 2 Sections . 12 Pages Mankato, Kansas World Day of Prayer Friday The World Day of Prayer will be observed in Mankato Friday, Feb. 10,at 2:00 p.m. at the Lutheran Church, The 1967 theme for the worldwide observance is "Then Will f, Hear". Women of the local churches are completing plans for the service. Everyone is welcome. Menketo Junior High School Thursday, February 9, 1967 LeRoy Newell Joins Mankato Faculty Mr. LeRoy Newell is the new matl~ematics teacher in the Mankato Junior High. He replaces Andy Anderson, who left for Army service recent- ly. Mr. Newell, a graduate of Damar, Kansas High School, received his degree at Fort Hays State College at the close of the first =eme r. . The Jeweli County t~OA Agency regular noon luncheon was held at the Correll Coffee Shop at Mankato on Friday noon, February 3, 1967. Guests of the Agency group for the meeting were Mike Stout, president of Mankato Commercial Club; Finlay Munro, Mankato City Clerk Joe Menhusen, State Ex- change Bank of Mankato; Duke Weltmer, representative Mankato Development Asso. ciation; Richard Mann, Voca- tional Agriculture instructor; and six members of his Voca- tional Agriculture Class at Mankato High School. In addition to the regular meeting which is held month- ly for the purpose of exchang- ing agricultural and related information by each of the agency members, Walter Campbell presented an [flus- HONOR ROLL trated talk giving a brief des. cription of several of the pro- First Semester .... s "v"q"bl^ 'o ~'el" in ][,eft to HIh~ R~ Johl.mn. [rAn Obert, C~II ~vJ'd'ual; =and= communitte; Reed, Mike Stout, Ray Cla.on, Walter Camplmll, -F!rttt.H-nr=.. meet their owr~ goals for eco- Jolt Menhusen, John Perdue, J&meg Wilmo~ ~1 Js~ tn ~raae. .. .. nomic and social development. Finlay Munr~ ,...~. ~ .... i.,. ,A T .... ~,,on Chairman County Supervisor I ~ " :~ ]~l~Imllll |1~v::p~/, =,,~ .wu.~ - .-., u.,.,~ -*a'~ ~" a-'"q~'l"t ..... a~ a-"as " ' ...... 'l ~~~"~,le J ~"r ~-..~ ld X,,h. Wolt,.~=r 14 ,o v=, a~, = " -'-- , -~ ~*armers home ~tumlnlstra- #J~..-.-- ~- %it ll ! __. c ...... ~ ,~ ..~^ through theTAP (Techmcal tion'Clyde Reed Conserva-] -,- : = - -'I_~ O~V~ll11 ~.~ laut=: . .' " ' -" Andra Newell - 15, Keith Actmn P n ls)Eac zu,al .on,st Soll Conserva on Sor l : I .......... I county or me umtea ~tates vice'Jim Gunter County A-~ ~ ~ " - ~- I xoe - t~, t~renoa nuncsmger h s P o l ' , e~" ld .~no~l=M...... 14 r~J a a TA grupavailabeto ricultural Agent,ExtensionI " """:1" .... "'*"~l~ot)erta"Sm-;t'hI provide resource information1 Service" John Perdue County ttoltght: L.M. WelUller, ClydeRee~,Wa]. ;?:~::: :: J :[h:tP:::l yandcmmunities Of C aMea:awgelrsonf. :r:SsCeSr:J I-T " Ic~fnplmll, Charles T Nichols, F R Fair, L E ~. .. on. I Technical Action Panel I vice Director, Jewell Mitchell / / ! ..... rMghm t~raae: " l " I~ler, E. E. Penner, and Rap. Arden Dlerdorff. Karen Louder 13 RobertaI ---- ....... members m Jewel CountYlCo.op Electric Company | I I / I " , I Mr. ~eweu m rooming wire .... / I I_l , I . Meyer - 13, Sarah Russell "I Marvin Mann, the vocational Coach Bud Trubey's ] =nH~ n=rm= nay ' I ~ ~ ~ -- ' l Bo ........ I Arden Dierdorff of/Kansas and it is a problem 13 Rzchard Wxrtz- 3 bby/agriculture teacher in the Club Adds 13fh Win ..... I --. ' " :' - ~ ' ' I SATURDAY, FEB 11 / .... i. ~. ICenter, the representa-lto find revenue to do all the Freeman - 12, Sheila r, um-/ fourplex in the north part of ---- I " I - r the ll2th district in J road work which the people singer - 12 Carol Myers - 12,~town which was recently Con- The Ord Ch-nts coached hvI ..... ~ , . .. I ~ "- . . ' , - " ' "~-" Toe /Newel/ implement ~o. I County, met Saturday]want. Mtke S~mon - 12, Donna Clegg/structed by Dean Walker.Bud Trubey, rated 3rd in/in ~,~l~t- ~;ll ~ma ;,~ ~, |~~ll~, : An ................ at 10'00 in the Correll] According to Mr Dierdorff, - 11 Sara Marr - ll R]ta -[ the state in Class B basket-[ m i J h "" ~ "~ " "~ ""'"| : - ~0m with a group of I Medicare will cost the State of derson- I0, I.. ---... - M .... Iball had an easy win FridaYlda~ F~nl~.C;~eU~hYow~atu[i~ ~" i t ' r e mr. ann mrs. ~:ayyers ' , ~, . . ~tituents. He reported[Kansas $5,000,000 per year at Seventh G ad : I.................... ,_. ] night as Ord scoi'ed ~ts 13th[ o. ...... , ,ho ,,.o oAnn Kitts 13 Jo ce Love ~-u.a,= =,aru=u ,,r~ =~,=v,ny . . . ~'~ ........ -~ - ~ ......... ,~* . I.actlvmes of the pro-[the start. J " , Y ] I stra,ght victory, 77-47, overlat I0'00 am and I'00 n m Left to right. Rodney Cllne, David Meadeldll ~Ssion and answered] The Federal.Highway Safe- L 13, Stephen Temple .-. 12,,] Accord[an t-o--John Beam, ] Fullerton. ]Free 'lunch' will he served" at] Max Freeman, Pat Peteete, Butch Mahaffy, I concerning bills un-ty Act was discusses, Mr. t~ary nutgen- In, i~onam m-| . . ~ . ..' Coach Trubey is in his four' - .... oNiarVwi~O Lannt~l~m:1~O ~~ [~~me!s~i~K~antashnaa~/!ii2~rdol~b~!;!a~V~ead:s~a!~!hi!a!!! y~!Chglli!;~;Urce. T~yl~;nnt/:r/~/~s~o~f2~i~jb~:i/ ii~ih2~itat!:!iaa~r!dihnabS~ii!!i/i~:~i iii~llv~:illrmas~[ t~e 7:hi I[t'-to bring bus serviceI Rep, Dierdorff invited allJ Second Nine Weeks IV mt hercJ; ee]lovCerU otoYkM:;;larethattfhecan'conttnuehis Cp:ntce::: ts w tf u tYfPren ]et__.__l_ __ t e [area. The Chamber of[his constituents to write himI Firs, Honors /.. ,=., .... _...o / present winning streak, he will ~,~. :~,o,.,..,,.~/~.nam per OT Lommerfm m e. in Mankato and]or phone at any time theYl Eighth Grade: to the state ;] .................. --'"-- ' " h ' " d 15 Susan x~yc=~ ,v~u., ~.= o=,~,,. =.~= . . ~ ., lCenter will help con-|wanted to get in touch wxt I Patrmm Ca y - , /....... ]wzth one of his better teams ]w ro filmed in France Ger [ L~. vey to determine the]him concerning legislation.[ Kier - 15, Max Smith - 15, }m.oJeW~tov~U~oYtg:ira ;:;cr~t[ Bud is the son of Mr, and] ~n~nv Spain Holland' En 'l I . ... I~ necessary Mr. Dier-[The next public coffee will beI Carol Myers - 14, John Welt-].he! re... g p [Mrs Ken Trubey of Mankato I .... a, .... ~.: ........ '., % laete |al.ttml4.q.aas ~S to introduce a bill/held in Mankato at the Correll mer - 14, James Ryan - 14,|nme m ~.enanon, " . ' ~t, tlilIIIILL~} . , ,__ I = = J_ t blU[l~, ~IIU tU ~llJU,)' ~ U~YiR~XU~ e I~lll bring bus serv,cel Club Room Saturday, Feb. 10,I Rmhard W]rtz - 14. l u. _ I = . . /lunch. You are cordially invlt-/ _ l'he Mankato Chamber of] The club voted to approve a ~ea at 10 00 a m and everyone in Sevenm ~raoe 15 JoAn Kitts ' ed to attend Commerce held its regular budget of $2839 '/5 for thli | : esentative disc"ss-i;eresied in "aetivities of th;I Keith Roe-', n ,Vocational Anr, r,,if,,r= / . ]~ebruar,, meetin" 'n ....... ] ; .. 4 Brenda Huntsin er - 14 -~=~==~=~s~uI~ # s , -,= ~,uu year This is $325 more l and the fact thatllegislature is invited to attend,l- 1 , g ,I [GUN SAFETY SOUreSt [~toom of the Correll Ho)o~]-- ;" ....... 14 Roberts ....... ~. me nuaget m ilion. ~r Docking presentedI Among those attendln~ Sat-[ Angola Meyer - , ] [ IMondav noon F-h ath q,~ .......... ' 14 "-- " ............. me zonowmg commlt~)a ~mest budget in the his-I urday s meeting was E. E.I Smith - 14, Andra Newell - "]I~ .... ||I | | I The first meeting of the Gunl president, Mike Stout, was in l for 1967 have been appointedl r Kansas to the legisla-I Penner, who was a colleague] Second Honors ] |~t/~tfff Wlrl I~/~l~,~lW/, ~Safet- School was held at "h,l charge of the business meet ' L Jot Mr Dlerdorff's in recent[Eighth Grade' |I#V~) II Ill 1111,#111,#,1:) ]---~Y~ ...... ~- "~,-t~Clln'~ Blanche Th ......... "] FINANCE: Dale Crangle, __ . / ' , ,, ," ..... / /eumucy at ~u:uu a.m. rein s, ]- ~. u.m.-, ~.e se.JChairman Father Hoover, r~ is chairman of the) sessions of the le~i~!ature./ Karen ~ouoer - z~, ~onerta/ ,.~ _ -- _ - .,~,~ma,~. " ~J ~1907 The followin-- bo s wcr,lcrctary-treasurer read th-' " .... , |~rnmlttee and he gave[Some of the others, who at-,Meyer - 13, Sarah Russell-[ ~-.~r~.y(:~ ?~~ ~ ]nresent" W~d~ Al~-n~)~- q.;,~l minutes of the iast me-tin~[Cl-a-r-encedm=5.narrydwOl~)' o ' 12 Diane ", ). .................... o, R~TAIb" unas ~tamey, ran some of the proS-I tended Saturday's m~etlng,[ 13, Bobby Freeman-. , .. | |Dodd John Turner Craig[which were approved [~).o, .... 'w If) '~k.. r.~ |,Which are facing thel are shown in the plcture/Rourke - 12, Sara Marr - XZ, l U :- -~ - / .... '_ ....... ~; '___ 1 I~ ............ "-, .,._./ ......................... ' -'~ ~I above I~!~R;tR:2::~d~e>~oanH.lu~;si;i~!I ~ Iiiii~A~r~t~:co!!~i!~n~iI~:sdIh~iitTlh!~i~i;hii~a!s~kepd!i~rr~al~W~.:~M~h~l1t~y~ [ I ffi - . I.. f,~o.. ~0 Janet HoldrenI ~'II ., -' I- , ' -L.." ,, , ' " llect own Committee,) I--I__l_ fl u I / ...... ~= " " ' / I! ~' ~ -. Ison J. W. Wilson and Richard'~ ne reJzevea of her duties, Dale/ HIGHWAY 36" Melvin BI~ IIllK~lrfl ljltMrl~all'tln ]- 10. . [ l~ r/ :.= "- -,]Willard I Crangle has been appointed tO]ch. Ch-irma-' ($1~ls~_t ~ztrt i /Seventh Grane: . I ~ 1 ~ - - / Donal'd Thompson, City]be the new seeretary.treasur.I,.. mitt=^ ............... Denra ' ,~o., . Steven Temple 13 [ ......... ,',,,Z:__ I' ] ~ [ - " IMarsi, ai, is in cimrge of thisl er. The club voted unanimous-] 4-H FAIR: John R, ROll, ~' ' ' ," -- -- ~ k~J [ :~,/ ~ ] ~: ' " g / . ' :]Jim Gunter, Walter Camp- i, ilie court Saturday, I The b%scores: |.US SURVEY FOR | EBBS. l. ; kI IArmory is also working with he .were W,lK=. Sothers O, lbell' Stanley O,mun. [i~' Coach Miskimon'sl Mankato A , 69; [THIS AREA [ r li I / 1 ,the group and also furnlshinglUouruanO ana Aaals-Jensen~o~[ TRANSPORTATION' F, R ~aYed good ball in ex-] Bellevl[lle, 54. _ .... / -- 1 ~ I [ 1 ]the class room and other facil [Ruskin, Nebr., the father Of[Fair, Chairman. (Sel~t own the~ s J u u~e g 7 1 z 1~ The S ~th t r ~.-= ~-,~i~- ,mi, , '" ities for the school ueerge JOnson 'r season' record/ . g | m' Cen e Chamber[ . I~ . / ' ]Committee ) Ctories and 4 defeats. [ Mike Rourke 2 8 0 12 [of Commerce is taking a Bus[ ~ The first session has to deal[ The club is going to send a~ SUMNiER YOUTH ~O- %ach selected Melvin]Melvin Kitts 5 9 2 19 ]Survey for this area. This is] Left torioht. Marvin Mann Terry ~,,-,- ~,~, Iwith the safety of a gun. Mr.]representative to Boys State]GRAM. Rex Seirer Chair- , ~ the defensive ball[Ralph Ozmun 3 4 3 10 ]to present to the Kansas Cor-[ rtl .... .IM~V= n ..........~ ~ ........ IThompson was Jn charge and]thls year, The high school fa-[m=n Rev. Dean Rose. t~ble~ ,Pf the game. Melvin] Sam Colson 4 3 3 II Iporation Commission to show I ........ ' ......... v.~, m,u ~u~ r=Mu. lexplalned the safety of guns|culty had selected a list Of[ot~e'r members ) ...... ~ 19 points, took 21 re.] Mike Grout 0 0 3 0 ]the need for a service of this ] ~. ....... ~. ..................... land how dangerous they are; ]fot~r boys. The club members] PUBLICITY" F W, ~oyd, , x" ~u~. ~tlt~tttta~x-~ U~ I, i11~ ~,VtCti& i n I I t V e " . off the board, heldl Russell Lange 1 0 1 ~ [type on Highway 36. A coupon]. ............ "lh gn sc ooi teams part c pa - [the more common facts that [ ot d to send Steve Rose as Its[.w Chairman IVlrs FrM~ Ill Kato 1: r A recenuy parucxpat , ...... , gh scorer below his/ Totals 222~14 69 lis printed in the Jewell Coun- I~a, ........... "ling. The Mankato team mere- ]are violated in mishandling a]representative. The club s al-l'u,'~d " 'a ,, ,, ea zn me ~'~'A pUD11C speaking D P Te t n - "- average, and check-] Mankafo E , 62; tty Record this week Anyone Ie ............ Ibers were oug age, rry Igun' what causes hunting ac- [ er ate is Marvin Loomis. Thel' "~r~w,~,r~n~. ~=r~ w,=tt~ ~;;nn, t:th~: ~:? ;olh:.nJ Y::~ev~l:a:0 4 I 2 9 r Kw i:n:sa? ) C DeGp/ey.Diamnd and I ~:de:t;l~intehdaC~u:l e~:e~i;n;; ~:: th:Sr:;l~;;?at~dl Cht~ti:em.)an' "(Seioc['own"~;*' ~ B team contest,] Leroy Moser 1 7 3 9 IMankato, should sign this co0-1_' i [guns, get over fences, etc,]~nd Scott Seirer is the Lions[" MEDICAL COMMI~FI~E: ~ailed throughout] Jerry Rourke 3 11 4 17 Jpon and mail it to the Chain. IThe boys actually practiced[ lun alternate. [Carl West[n, Chairman~ Joe ~)e, The boys made up] Ed Wilson 2 8 3 12 [ber of Commerce at Smith[ lloading and unloading of a] L. M. Weltmer announcedIl~enhusen' Richard Digmo~d, ~zcitand nipped Belle- Chuck Zadina 0 3 0 3 Center, Kansas. . gun. The ten principal points thac good progress is betng Oral Wagne , Toby Kram~, I"' J Leon Holl 1204 I( Time is vital. We need thisl AI..L.4[,_ ~z__It ~mIii~ utill logf the Codeo the Junior Rifle.]~ade on the packing plant,](Chas Ramie, Dr, Petereon0 ato plavs GIasco here]Russell Lunge 3 2 2 8 [bus and a good response on[ IM|MIIArlLU %3Ull =lUU III ,man were read and discussed, l~ccordmg to the concract, l r~o=~' n,,.,~ n..~ ~nl. ty, Feb. 7, and Tuesday,] Totals 14 34 14 02 ]the survey will help the areal ........................ ]Rex Weaverling explained the[ $350,000 had to be furnish ed]8"~has[ Ni-c'hol's'.' -.v .... .-.,, ~-- . ~ . lobtain one [ ]proper positions ann ~our were[ny Milton ~etemen, Jr. rorl= MANKATO HOSPITAL' F ,,k I " w r IHo[d AnnuaIM * g I!x lained The next meetinglionstruction before any of thel~ ato High Schoo~ S cond Nine eeks -- P ' W Boyd, Jr., Chairman, H~'~ HONOR ROLL will be February 25 at 10'00 government funds is used Ac- ' ry Swope Oral Wagner, Roy 'lrst Sere" tot First Honors F..R..Fair returned Friday eetln m Each person is request- ording to Mr Weltmer,' Mr ,=an ROS- ' u | Verna Gnu h, Cin Hall~.evenmg from spenmng severm ! ~o g dy . ed to bring two boxes of long Paterson has now injected hi~ ...... rm he Pan American INDUSTRIAL DEVI~LOP- |0 ..... ,~,_~.. ~_~ |stead, Nela. H.untslnger, Mel.j .u~ys on.t ..... I ]rifle shells and their rifle ill $350,000 in construction. ,,us,., ,~,.uy n=,- ~ot r aa rorresc a.a hiS ,,,ENT: Finlay Munro, Chair. ,hela Huntsinlzer, Mel- vin.Kiutt,,s ,. .m uaer:t, uar'[ . ..., M..,cn| According to A. R, Weaver-I and spent $1277.92. The netl~eY have one. There will be) The. National Highway 30|man (Select own Committee) q, Linao L,,,,~=,, ~=,, )"=: .... .~'"~ .... ;"= ":.~'.:"'~" I"::':'~:" .... _?Y_I ............ I ling president, the Mankatol this year was added to the lrifles to use If some don't lAssocmtlon meeting will be| ~,'n~ t~n~ru~,~,~m, ~'. "" ---" Jeanet e urouc, tcum hunter, wnn me caravan ' "--' -' [0hler Mike Rourke 1 .......... ]Golf Club Annual Meeting will l balance of $457.68 at the first ]have one. Gary Hesket will be Iheld in St, Joseph, Mo. MarChIM Weltmer, Chairman. (~)- ~te ~.,,.t..... .......... ~.o, ~..,.[~ari ~vmmer, ~onarawert%eea, [ - rbe held at the R-K Shopper [ of the year to make a healthy ]present to explain how to hunt [17-18, Any member, who ~s m- liar, own Commlttee,) ~teve ~ose, bCOt~ be I~01 Mohler Sondra[ ..... ' _ McAllen, Texas -- L. E. Alt-I Sunday, Feb. 12, at 2:00 p.m. I balance at the close of 1966. land what to hunt. I terested in attending, is asked I-" JaCK uean, Ann uonanue, ., ' [.. ...... haus, Linn, Oixto, Charles Don The other officers, at present, t The golf club has accom-] --Reporter Ito contact Melv|n Bl0cha. | ./)san, Ann Donahue,I euran [ou an g ,'' * ann ea Carlos, Prairie Home, Mrs, are', Gerald Kier, vice-presl-Iplishedalot the past few years | -- ' IMankato Freshmen Mike- Dem;se 1 ' i ~- llencock, Dou~ Pa=~e, [ : ...... " Vada Edmundson, Newark, dent, Lowell O. Yasmer, secre-[under good leadership and the IPau! Alan Kal=#r I~- ..... .. P Y $ $ ~Ynold, n=),= ~,,,~t~ ] no~.s, uam ~wltze_r..._ - Mo., George Prelwitz, Hector, ~ary-treasurer, and Lyle Right- / cooperation and work of theI" -_ [ uareat Mmneapo.e Danny Dempsey 0 0 I 0 mp-Minn., C eorge Hundevadt. meier Jack Morris K, Z, member,. The clubnowh, a]Born to David and[ ..... ,.._..,. tyndall Han,o 0 0 ~'k w~)"atti W-lt~=r ,[ s_.ey,.M~Ke u oaa, umne rarx, Mankato, Kans., ,and Mrs. Wilsman, directors, At the an-,nice club house, good water IJackle Kaiser of Oxnard, [._.~=~.~v.f~/f,..~,..~a~- Jerry Campbell I 0 1 4 'Helt;r; ......... ] ~'rea ~ose, t*atti weltmer, Mary Slmpson, Boone, la., nual meeting plans will be]lines and equipment in good[Callf., Jan. 4, 1967, a son, PauIE 'o ;'s ';;"to Daniel Hunter I. 0, O. |. ) 13avis Diane Patrick [ N.on.=. honors .......... wno win game contests every made for the coming year and [condition. Ted boxes were con- IAlan, who weighed 9 Ibs 101~,,., ~,h,,oa=,, w,~ ~ ,m,, Totals ~ ~ ~I 71 ! ' VICKle Davis. ulane ra~rm~ w ..v... . .... ~, ~ .,,,, 0zm-n Loura Park'] ...... ' eek at McAllen, Texas, will 1967 officers elected. Anyone ]structed last summer.]ozs. ' I :oonel:/:"rd.v==P :i ;LiLo~lt - " " ' uarole uzmun, Tony A"a~ tray n ,, ,, "~ " " " ' ~, Soit Se~rer, |-'ck " .,~el some in, February. interested in go!f, including/. Members are asked to t m'n I Mrs" Happ Matousek fiew/;el'eciet" by" bo~,c)~ "~d;;~; . Lawrence-- .Alvin.. (3. F~l., ' [COlson, Terry Peteete, l "'a_'.- ~_,.-. ,,.... ~m,,n ...~ne own tour,st ctuos at Me. men, women, ann youngsters, ]In tnetr oues zor me comms [to California Jan, 12 for twol was Grog Diamond dr., ~anKato, oeweu Qll~lll ~UIIUII, AV& a/.'~ ~ILV i J~ r "- lllsby, R~hard Soash,~ - ............. A en have 15 excursions to are cordially lay|ted to the [year. This is a volunteer o:- Iweeks to make the acqualn-I The box scores' ' Clerk, is among the more tha~_ Volk J~xcnara ~oasn, urum-a -~tt~- Mexico, various fiestas and meeting. /ganization and it saves tne I tance of her ~randson. Mrs.I ............ ' .... 100 nersons who will a~ Aul't, Larry Blew, l' er for the Gulf m = manKe,o, ,~, Mlnl~lap@llS, Ig ..... "~ ~. ............... . ot Mexico. Many tour- The 1966 financial statement, ]time of the committee me .~ IKalser is ~e former Jackie]t ' f. ,, , ,.' the 18th annual County Clerks ; ~a *~ecx, ~,arry mew, oerr~ ala u ,. .~, ~tmPbell, Greg Dia-[~,~,~um n..,, w,,,.,,nd !sis wil.1 also see the c~rent prepared by .Mr. Y.as.mer, [ber~ ff the dues are p (Matousek. While there, MrS.IDoug Wirtz 1 3 3 4 School at the UnivtlM/~ W .....,Jan,,,.v ,,,,..,,~-cr"'" ....... ,~.,,utMary"Halstead. ~"Danny"';'"Vnunt~r.' aarvesung ot oranges, grape- snows me crab m gooa shape prompUy. Matousek and Jackie enjoyed Fred Rose I 4 0 Kansas Feb. /-9. Tl~' ~ l.~ne Murray, F.d] ~,,,t. u.... ..... . .... fruit,, lettuce, cabbage, celew, money wise. The balance on/ The club and course are con-IMalving r.ucy McBride of Man,J~Graa D,.rn..d , ~ .q,a /essional in-service tral~ Rw. Ro--;; o,=.., on|ons, and hand,=at.the c ose.of yur. Iside .d.the _best In this.aroa Ikato and Mr. and Mrs. Georg?[ .... s i s program 9 o r.g ~tVl.~......I._ I: ...... "-'" turmps, was tBz~s.sn, uurlng wm l)aI~ lana 1~ 1s me amDl~On ~ ~I J Ayera of Oxnara. ualif, vlsitl ~..~.u. 1=....i. ~n, ~ ~. year ny ~e /t. u. (~l~lt- ( . [l, ' year, the club took in 12049.10 [members to keep it that way. I 'em. Larry Blew 0 0 6 0 mental "Research Center.