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d cLUBS --. - , .......... ry an CALENDAR GLANCES Mrs Claud Snyder, AROUND THi COUNTYcatUe safely and economically s~.w~.z.L cnTT R CaR Superior: Mrs. Clarence Jens- [ el ue er .y up to .. ):un(l Thursday February 9, 1967 ThTUr~d~Y~luF~b..----MPr~' WITH by, Webber; Mrs. Glenn Kind-J ~~ ~ J 0f.urea per neao l~.r a.ay_t$..a . Page' 3 - Section 1 must be in bynoonMqmdlo ay) V.L. MARY FRANCES ier, Esbon; and Mrs. George[ ~~ ]acre amount to z a. ............. =: Michael I E. Holdren, Home Economics[~!i~I ~ [quantity should not exceed I '" Kensington Club- Mrs. Lena Agent [ ~ .... ~ |~ [ percent of the total ration. Too M~. and Mrs. Albert Sharp gements Announced Monheck I On "Tuesday evening .Mrs. [ ~i*~'~"~'~ r... 1~l~u:h urea is extremely toxic spent Saturday visiting their Finesse Club- Mrs. Carl Clarence Jensby, Vice-Chair-I ~i~: ~ ~ ~ ~.~.~ [ ttle., daughter, Mrs, Kenny Turner. McElroy i ~ ~ .... , .k~ I ..... I, C..ntv I '~kl ,~ l As a protein urea is utilized in Salina Monday. Kiltie Club - Mrs. Lowell I ~1~ ~ Home Economics Advisory l ~i~ ~{~ [better in a high, ~tn. ra.t~ ----------- R ~Yasmer I ~ t Cmmlttee' Mrs" Glenn Kind'[ ~ '~ ~Thlsisecause grainprv|ues:~ [Saturday, Feb. 11 - I W: " ~ ier, Secretary of K EHC and J ~%~ " "~ [ the readily available source of h'iday P. M. Club, ~ Beulah 't Brinkworth t k. ~r the Home Economics Agent at-I ~ [energy necessary for rumen- ..~)... i tended the Sears Zoebuck~ ~'~ [bacteria to utilize the nitrogen M ~ I Monday, Feb. 13 - I l'-~ ':'~" Foundation Dinner and Pro- I ' I in the urea. ~ f..,~ | Man kato Garden Club- | gram honoring Homemaker[ i ~ [ Thr~e-flve pounds of grain m .-,~'~'~(~x~F-~O | Lela Lamb [ J' :: Leadership. ]" ~ ~k [ per head per day should be t,~t/"~ | D.A.R.12:30 Guest_ Luncheon - ]/ ~~ : twoThedaysgrUPin Manhattan.Spent an inspiring] .#~ ~ , [fed in. a growing ration where _~~ I Buffalo Roam ~', t .... "~ [a supplement containing uraa f~).~"Q[~ 1 Tuesday, Feb. 14- / ~'-~I' ~ / : lis used. J~ ~r.~Nl~~ ,-= P.l,:.o. -Valcntine Luncheon/ 1 J Vobr.rv Extension Meetings I / Zn a full feed ration, some I ~ ~(~ V.l~'.W. Auxiliary I ~~ Feb. 9 - Farm & Home Man-] ....... [ eluded in the supplf~nent. , ~~-'~ [ ~ ,, -1:00. Mrs. I. L. Ltttz / ~~::=~J ~ ---- / AROUNd'THE COUNTY [natural protein should be in- | ~"~)l/~_..~ Gleaners t mn mmu .... Course 1st ses / With Jim ,unler, | CroM & Soils School [..,O:E.S.. .... | By Mat? France. Holdren sion, Buffalo Roam - 10:00-/ County Agricultural Agent t. The final mne~ti~ of. ~2' ~(]-~O~ iweanescay, eeo. ~ , t - .. 3"00 [ . "--- ]day Crops a d ~a ~ J {~ ...... - Final Ses / I I ] W.S.W.S. / Jewell County frame "~':~h ~n ' sion of How Much Urea Should Be ill be held in the National ] Lucy Circle- 2:00, at the [ Economl~ Agent Crops & Soils School- Armory [Included In Cattle Ration#.:. [~uard Armory at Mankato, [i I] ~n.na ~.an l many farmers are aszmglFriday February i0, beginning [[ | church i ---- "'Febi"13' Home Economics/the question. "How much urea,,t 10:00 a.m. II M McLean-Carroll / Marl Octo Club - Mrs. Jack[ Home Economics Days - ""- I Morris i K.S.U. - Jan. $1-Feb. I: .aa"~'~"a ....mm~tteee~, " Meet[n. g .,]should. I vbe feeding and Is it [ The program will be on pest- ! Warren Nebel ] Mr. and Mrs~ Don McLean /Thursday, Feb 16- [ Home Economics Days and Courthouse Meeting Room .[profitable." ]icldes, crop varieties, fertility I ~,~ engagement of announce the engagement of ] Royal Neighl~ors Ithe Annual Meeting of Kansas 9:30-12:00 noon, I This synthetic nitrogen corn-land plant population. II (.,~4~--'~f~-'~ Ann, to Dennis their daughter, Gwendolyn [ Flower Lovers Club - Leeion| Extension Homemakers Coun- Feb. 15 - USDA Civil De-]pound, when substituted for] Dr. Erlck Nflson, Extension | ~, x,~"x l | Of Mr. arid Mrs. Ann, to James Ernest Carroll, I Hall 2'00- Edna Wal~er,]cil was held in Manhattan Jan- "~'e1~" 16- 2nd Session Farm [cattle feeders lower thTir ere.st[Crops & Soils will be on the [: ~ I tense Meeting- ASCS Office-[part of the natural protein sup-]Entomologist and Howard Wil-l! ~ v (~j~)) ) I ,rt, also of Esbon. son of Rev. and Mrs. Gran- I hostess ] uary 31 and February 1. a,nn o ~ 11.nn ~ m [plement in a ration can help[kins, Extension Specialist in end her fiance Iville Carroll, of Colorado ] Modern Minerca Club Music[ The theme of the two-day ......... of Esbon High Springs Colorado, J Talent Tea - 2'00 - Har- |session was 'Family Living - & Home Management Short lot produc!ng a pound o. bee, [program. ISee me for ,!n~Ide'i~b attend" [ Miss McLean will be an ele" yii~u!!i!i,!~!!;im~Department prosen~lyState College,em.of frommentarYlege inBethanYthe teacher spring.Nazarenegraduatecl" u~Ch j ~!!1!~!Curse' Buffal Ram " 10:00" ] "~nnugn urea Is n~ a pr'13"00Day. Feb." - 8:0018- a.m.Cu nt. Y12:004 - H noonClUh-Item.l] teln.cattle. Today.bacteriacan USea malontyinit the. to . formrUmenof com-[Pr'f[CARD/ ManyOFthanks--'--~---"THANK'-- to friends and[l[~ -- -- ~--"~ ~"--"~ ........ ~lq~ di I~ ~v~TOUr ~ LU UI~v ----t]PPI[~J: 4tlU['J[aJt ,, IllUe, Hays. I Her fiance will be a science L ~___ led for oeef cattle contain 10 tO]and visits during my recent]from State ~arm tile. Low cost ~tive bridegroom |major garduate from Bethany / [ the Department of Family and Grade School, Mankato. [mercm! supp~emems :ormtuat-] relatives for the lovely cards ]an up.to-date]ire insurance policy Hays State, and Nazarene College in the / Unified Sch-~]- District No [ Child Development, College of Mr and Mrs Jirrt Mttrray [ 30 percent urea. |illness. This kindness- will ai- I protection, from the company with i farming, spring. . . [278 will be hos[ to'~ the next |Home Economics, Kans:~ went to Salina last Friday to [ Cost is a major.reason for]ways be remembered, l a longwr:Pn~7n ti)~ t~[nU:'rSoee la 1 h duled 1 ceum Sta~e unlversny, spo o ~o, ~ho~, ~,, f:~-~ ~here he/usmg urea as a suostnuto toe[--Thomas J. HaJny. ImenD , g g .g~..." ttl~er wedding is An August wedding Is p~an-I'l'program on ThursdaY, Febru-| | ' "" ' -- In s For m w~th a mona tree that II ht .................. i al for natural prote" source "g Y Ined' regu r y sc e y ,, , entered Asbury Hospt [ . ' [ ~ ~ " sC:ni~dre: ~It::ain S:(~?asd t.day m . ]examp,e, a natural protein [ Mrs Larry Phlllins of Be-[vo,,r needs and b,,dget exactly' ~-~---~~~~-|cry 9, at I:00 p.m. Bill Ml-| P bur er Sa ornln . . - ~ .- . . l~b Entertained Who Love". Members should Ichael, folk singer, will be fen-| she drew f.rom her experience Aa~o~nYand C~arlotteMurray I supplement might cost $90. per| loit is recovering satisfactorilyI 'OF R "Han" WILSO~ --._ call Mrs. F. R. Fair for re- |tured [m mating ner presentauon, went t~ he with him during ~ton. Addition of SUlbestrot, |from her recent surgery. She] ..... Moon, Jr. enter- servations. / Bill Michael, a native of Jop- | . Mrs.. Jeraldine . Howe. told the operation. He seems to b'e / Vitamin.A, and trace miner, a l~ | is the former Ferns Shcemak- I $0| S. Center ~embers of the --~'----" "" Club It in, Missouri, has sung exten-]am)ut tans you snou!a Know coming along as well as can coU~aost aau anomerr. of Manzato, aaughter Oil --a-vav~.,..,.,..~..., ,~.... [ "'-~'Y'- [ ridge Club at her Thursday Evemng urioge Isively over the states of Texas, l be tore you.~uy m a.talz enact; be expected. He will be there i c .. .... ......... [ Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Sheemak-l I ~ l .owever, suns~Ru1flg urea er IArkansas, Oklahoma, ea ooz vez e, xo.u t eap_ rot some time and would en-I i[ l "Ph FR |419l I ~sday evening, --7 Evenln~ land Missouri He 'is a az'adu-!mrs, howe is ]sxtens~on ~iom- In. h~rln# from anv of vou J for a portion of the natura / ~ I ' IckPrizeSRobertsWere WOnand BridgeThe ClubThUrsaaYmet Feb. 2 at thus late of Oklahoma Baptis~ Uni-| ing and...Textfles. Specialist at His address is: Mr, W~illiam I prte~?mC?nilfo ?b~P:~:~ of the |" Mike Stout made a business I State Farm Life Inuur.~y TYrell. The hot- home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray ..... ;,, ~,,~ h~ finished hts[Kansas ~tate. Euoene Murray, Asbury Hot-[pp e e ~ /,.,. ,.. t~ ..... d~ Sands", I Homo O$co: Bhominmton, Illinois !efreshments. The Dietz for a covered dish din-ir'e~s'Idence"on"his Mast-er of| Dr. Lucflle Wakefield, Head plta~l, Salina, Kansas: " I How much urea can beef[''v ~v ,. ...... : ipesez :Will be Feb. 15 ner. Mrs. A. Teeple, a former Church Music degree from/ f .the D.c.partment ot ~:oous i ~CkMorris member was present. "r e Southwestern Seminary tnlanar~utrlun.,L;uege.x.nm,e ~ ~ "' high scores were won by Mrs. Fort Worth, Texas. Since the[Ecnr0~cs, .~ansas,~ate_un|. ~ ridge Club Meets Dietz and Clyde Suchs~nd, a~e of 18 he has bean apnear-|Versity, exptamea "me '~aa The next meeting will be .~eD. tn~g at various state~"conven-/f..Fd Habit.s:" ... 1 SpeciallyPriced Button-Free tuxuw j ~Itay, BridgeFeb. "l,ClUbat tess.16 with Mrs. W. G. Hills, hot-, tionS,radioBill, assemblieSis also a .... veryand Onaccom. [ilyNBCjlatemaryEconomics,Teachingjs" u,czer.son,Asststant,KansasUranU-ram.state [Tnl iBn scaly Annlve / 0f Mrs. Ralph ...... plished and gifted entertainer |Un!versity, told.of,,the_'~Aging ~ m ~l m m A quality, smooth-te~~~ high score prizes Mystic Circle Club in the field of folk music, He|m me t~ommumty . ,.ms .wan ~ V I I~ nlattress with deep- ~__5~/~Pr~./.~ by Mrs. Gerald ----- ~ ....,o.t~;.,~a for manvlthe result of a researcn smuy Lowell Yasmer. Mystic Circle Club met Feb. years at banquets, concerts, lMiss. D!ckersn" hacdodnueni~ .---- ===. ,m , I-IeavydWn' flrnawovenSUpport.stripe ~~l~.~a~'~"~e~/'~V'/'~ served refresh- 3 at the Rebekah Hall with fairs, on national radio and[~annauan on .me c y :over. Hundreds of ~ng bridge. The Grace Bennett as hostess. Roll television with a great deal of]neeas of the agmg. _ .. . BB I teol coils. A terrific '" Will be with Mrs. :call was answered with Valen- enthusiastic acceptance [ Miss June nearer, Assistant buyl ~~ , :tine verses. Ten members He records fqr Shane Re.|PrOfessOr, Departme~.. of U i "7.---- were present. We missed Ella cordings and'has several re-'Clothing and Textnes, uo.ege ~i#lrl~ 9W~ ' $~Q95~ ~b Friday Colson who is cartng for her cords and albums. The record-|f Home Economics, Kansa~ :'-- sick father, Beulah Heisz,ing of "Danny Boy" is one/S~ee ~:niv~l~ietY,a~n~K~_iara~ru' ~ee Club met Frl- Marie Van Meter, who is in -, ~'q~C. which nee heard would be''L'e " 1311 [IJ3 , with Gall Bliss the Belier[lie hospital, and hard to forget. . ferences.". ......... ~ent, Nine mum-Louise Motes, who had some At the present time, Mr, Dr. ~nlrley ,maC?me ~coe- Iwlnuffull|l~ ~esent to answer dental work done that after- Michael's home is in Joplin, l~eaaer, ~x.tens~on .. to "was miscellan-noon. Minutes of the last Missouri but the demand for nomlcs, pomtea ner .nnge, r. ~ ~=| ~ ~ ~ he business meet- meeting were read and ap- his personal appearances has |her "audlence"an2' "sal~-se~t~u VIrgil d V Never sale pricedhut always youthst v_o ~ a good visit, proved, A get well card was been so great that he spends are me i~mzt : "rms pre - tigned to be sent signed by all to send to Marie. his entire time in filling an-it[on was ~asea on a. w~man s . . Scaly Posturepj Meter, who is in Hostess gift from Louise to gagements for almost all types strugg!e ~or persona~ aevelop- Bellevllle. The Grace was a letter and l~ey mater v,th ..x., /~~ of audiences in the Mid-West. ment m a comptex, Iast mov- e lvely lunch" hider' We played sme cards His timeis nw scheduled f~ ingwrta',ting will be while our hostess fixed a de- . (~UEmN.IZII ~~. ~ Mrs. George licious lunch and decorated two years in advance. I The highlight of the Wednes- the table with valentines and Parents are welcome to at-lday program was the presen- 4,~g~g~ I1~ Thebigger bed that ~~'~"~ ~ --Reporter. party favors for, all. The next tend the lyceum. ........ ]tat[on by Miss Juanita Luthi; ~||~ U|(~ fits your smaller ~ "k~gt~ "~'" ~- meeting will be with Lucy ,. |Homes Service Director, Gas bedroom. Designed ~.~[j~~ ,on Wiley at her home March 3. Mrs. W. G. Hills Honored [Service Company, Kansas City, -- n~ in cooperation with l.r111 l l 1 -"TW W Mrs. Bud Hills entertained]was a lecture on the "Basic IUI U II for comfortably l~k ~'~ Sears Chapter --Marian LaRue, Reporter. ---- [Missouri. Basically her talk orthopedic surgeons [ a guest tun- Mrs. Susan Baylie left Sat- wlth a card shower and coffee IFour" food groups but she us- firm support. L~p, o~. ~b,.~ at her home Saturday morning~ed fifty-five hats to illustrate ~ ~ .m~ ~ iA~ ~ ;. Feb. 13, at urday for Englewood, Colo. in honor of the birthday Oflher points. She used both her gfalo Roam. where she plans to spend DDLDPRINT mEALY'$ I ~lr~li_~ll -m~~ rick of,,Beloit some time with her nephew Mrs. W, G, Hills. [imagination and that of her N T ----'-------- audience throughout the pro- DEEe T .. I- I L~q~al~ .~" book Those and family. 0 ICE /gram n,v,,Ufo,,COVE" CCI'STI.liST..,.~_... ~M~It i ~! m, k[ ~tFh/], __ .-=--_ | In addition to this program, used On e uUIk/IRU W# V plue ~l~,~q~ mutlre, ot for hxuri0u# ~ne annual ~oup ~ay spon-]the Kansas Extension Home- thic low pri.. sudocu comfort-,---~ bored by the A,L.C,W. of the [makers Council held their bern[- Lutheran Church will be held i nest meeting and election. -------- "-----'------ It's ss/#-ptic# quilt#d-to-fosm, Saturday, Feb. 18. Those representing Jewell ] County were: Mrs. Tom PATENTED EXCLUSIVE and vo/u# pscbdl IEALY DURO-FLAN6E EDDE DA.D| k.pn#urto. Scaly Rest for edou-to.edge L leut ond firm ftrmn.e ce none, with charity for all, In the right as God gives us to seethe. us strive on to finish the work we are in; the Nation's wounds/ to care for him bourne the bottle - to do all whlch ond cherish a lust and Iosting peace and with all nations." Abraham Lincoln HIS BIRTHDAY I$ FEB. 12T 1 LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY Be Closed Monday, Feb. lmth _ sleeping uxury. V-;xquisite, )orted Belgian urethona teem 1win or lull cia Th# standard of luxury in a firm mottt#. Scaly Poe YOU AND YOUR VALENTINE have a ten-year longer life expectancy, thanks to modern medicine. Trust your health only to your doctor and pharmacist, who are professionally trained to sdegugrd it. LUXURY FiRM Sealy Rest Hard to believe so many deluxe feature in a sale- priced mattress. Seeing is believing, but don't wait --t l e a good look now I |win ur lull cla .eh place Get the most out of the sleep you got l No morning backache from sleeping on a too- soft mattress Designed in cooperation with orthopedic surgeons from DURING SEALY'S ANNIVERSARY SA~E TO $15,000. F/ .D.I.C. MANI f/ !11 ~