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I if:: FEBRUARY 9, 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE IB National Advertising Representative KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. 701 Jackson, Topeka, Kansas 66603 '" ------- r JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Vol. 76, No 35, printed week- ly at Mank'ato, Kansas 66956. ' e'The Newspaper of Jewell County" TItE BOYD FAMILY ' Owners and Publishers 1~, W. BOYD, JR., Editor I~rs. Frank Boyd, Associate Editor "Any good thing that I do, or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now and not defer it for I shall not pass this way again." Second Class Postage Paid at the Post Office, Mankato, Kansas 66956. Subscriptions: $3.00 per year in Jeweil County and surrounding counties (Smith, Osborne, Mitchell, Cloud, Republic counties in Kansas, arid Nuckolls and Webster coun- ties in Nebraska. $4.00 a year elsewhere. Subscribers are asked to notify this office at once when they have a change of address. FOR HOME FOLKS M.A.B. If all motorists would drive kato friends. - Frank and Bcr- right more would be left.niece Kissinger had a visit -MAB- with their son, Don, and his ,Taxes: A state we are allfiancee, Carol Baldwin. Mr. the heart of. and Mrs. Rod Fogo of EIDor- I -MAB- ado were at the game. - Saw 11 t is a short winter if you Emmett Lewis of Burr Oak ave a note coming due in the in the crowd. Pring. j __ ~, . .MAB- , i Before Saturday Night "*Y.twln s!ster says: 'WhenI will start Sunday morning. vmld rames the roolhe H 1 m 1 L . ' : v ~ !Mrs. Ruby a e " vted me to expectto get a stop at her home after church, [Uagle'." and stay for dinner. Glenn and t -MAB- Mildred Grout were there al- Tenders of a Free Press so. We enjoyed a wonderful }.defense attorney at apre-dinner (I knew Ruby was a ilaary hearing in Hutchm- good cook and she was at her Monday failed to have thebest that day). When thinking a~ s excluded from the court ~s~t with ' -of Mrs. Hale, we ,','" ed m because the judge ruled her granddaughter-in-law, :Press has a responsibility Mrs. Gary Hale of Hugoton. say what it wants. "lt can Mrs. Hale's father was in the held,responsible for what Stormont-Vale Hospital at To Says,' Judge Bryan Wood-peka, suffering from a heart I of the magistrate come o hon ~. ' ' attack. - Had a n te " :q in his ruling. Penny McGuire of Wamego. ill seeking exclusion of the Tile McGuires like Wamego. -'ss the attorney argued that Mac is still selling mutual larehmmary hearmg xs tile n ht the .... : r n funds. - Monday 'g . ' ~ae as a grand jury hea i g Dance Choir of the Wesley hich witnesses are sworn Foundation at Kansas State .ecrecy, University presented "A Man demurring, the county at- Dies" at the Harmony Metho aey said that granting such disi Church here, Ron Fraass request would he "an en- ..... id a upon what the was me narrator anu a masterful job. Ron was the has enjoyed for the past Years in Kansas, a public If you deprive the from reporting all the then you are one step to tyranny." are some lawyers, in- public officials and who seek to impose upon the press in name of insuring a fair for defendants in crimi- The only purpo,~e of in a criminal case is to inister justice on the basis truth. who attempt to censor at its source make it difficult for the press to its mission of inform- the public fully and accur- say the publication of obstructs or interferes the achievement of a fair star performer in the show. - Dow Stansbury stopped at the Record office Wednesday t() renew his subscription. We had a little visit about a cou pie of our mutual friends, the late Elsie and Will West of McPherson. The Wests owned farlns in Dow's neighborhood and he looked after them for the Wests. Mr. Boyd and I had been friends of Elsie and Will for many years. - Mr. and Mrs. Fielden Figgins visited our office Wednesday. They had returned Sunday from San Juan, Texas where they had been visiting her daugh- ter, Mrs. Earl Hinkle. They also visited a sister and hus- band, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hof- lin at Abilene, Texas. Mr. Fig- gins said fruit had been dam- aged by the cold weather, that in any way strikes at the the small limbs of many trees ciple that the truth is the had been killed. The Figgins ritial basis for justice. I were gone three months. - Mr. :h can never be the foe of land Mrs. Don Reed and two re. fine girls. Judy and Alto, vis- ldge Woodson in his ruling ited us Thursday. - We enjoy- the county attorney in his ed a visit with James Park, ,' defense of the press fine husky lad of two, who upheld the people's right was with his sister, Diane, free press which inher- Thursday. I asked James, embodies the right of"Where did you get your pl to know. --Topeka brown eyes." He replied quick- ly, "Daddy." We were saddened by the passing of my neighbor and good friend, Alice Turner, the night on Mankato I started early, went to K & C Cafe to eat lunch. waited on me promptly. tat with Idella Johnson. She good company. - Dr. and Merwin Peterson, Edith and her son, Charles, together. Blanche and Lila Frost came - Saw Vivian Ost Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I accompanied my and Mary to Manhattan, we attended the Kansas University basketball . Darlene and Herb came to see me at half and we enjoyed a visit The Lungrens live at and like their new home still have the~ Man- past week. Mrs. Turner was nice to me when I came to Mankato 25 years ago, and our friendship has grown through the years. Alice Turn er will be greatly missed in our neighborhood. Kimberly Sue Baker Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baker of Superior are the proud psi'eats of a baby girl born Jan. 31. The young lady weighed 7 lbs. 2% ozs. and will answer to Kimberly Sue. She has two brothers to help welcome har. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker of Esbon and Mrs. Jennie Huntsinger. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Swinton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Pat McQuiltan at Sylvan Grove, Kansas, According to Richard Dia- mond, treasurer, the amount in the hospital fund at 1:45 P. M., February 7, 1967 was $13,752.50. Each week the Record will )rint a complete list of the donors, with new names being added as their money is re- ceived. There will be three lists: those, who have donated $1,000 or more; those who have donated $750 to equip a sing(, l'OOlll; arid all otber donors. Donors of $1,000 or more: Paul D. Crangle Mrs. John R. Kirk Harry Swope,- Donors of $750: Dr. D. D. Allen (memory of) It was requested that the name of the donor remain anonymous. The Boyd Family. O. H. Wagner. Mrs. A. T. Menhusen. Other Donors: Mankato H. 1). U. Mankato Garden Club. Mankato Extensionttome- makers Unit. Bide A-Wee cluh. Mr. and Mrs. John Sink, Esbon. Mrs. Elsie M. Proctor, La Mirada, Calif. Chas. T. Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blay- lock. Mr. and Mrs. Dares Hcnn- ingsen. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil- beck. CITIZENS PARTY MEETING A meeting of the Citizens Party will be held February 16, 1967 at 8:00 P. M. in the City Hall Building. Officers will be elected at this lV~eting. Everyone interested is wel- come to attend as there are several important items that need to be taken care of. Members of Council and Mayor will be present to an- swer questions. --Roy Basart, Chairman 35t2 Filing Date For ~M:hool Board Candidates Candidates, filing for the Board of Education positions l. 2 and 3 of Unified Distric 277, Burr Oak, Kansas must file before 4:00 1a. IM. Monday, Feb. 20, 1967. Cloud County Community Junior College ".8." Honor Roll Full time -- 12 or more hours: 4.00, 12 hours, Mrs. Jessie Gillett, Burr Oak, Ks. "B" Honor Roll Full-time -- 12 or more hours: 3.13, 15 hours, Dewayne Cockroft. Burr Oak, Ks. 3.73, 15 hours, James Whel- chel, Concordia, Ks. Junior Clio Club The Junior Clio Club met February 6, at the home of Mrs. Charles Noble. The business meeting was conduct- ed by Mrs. Harry Tyrell. As our speaker was unable to at- tend, tile evening was spent visiting and playing cards The hostesses, Mrs. Charles Noble and Mrs. Jerry Seirer, served the lunch. The next meeting will be March 6 at the home of Mrs. Bob Newell. Ray Ellsworth spent the weekend visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Carlos Beardmore, and family at Beatrice, Nebr. He attended a basketball game Saturday night with Carlos and watched Pershing College of Beatrice defeat St. Mary's of Dodge City, Kansas 95 to 72. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Dia- :mond of Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond, Ricky and Becky of Lovewell, and Mr. and Floyd Davidson, Carolyn and Patricia of Webber enjoy- ed the Delphos and Mankato freshman game at Mankato which Mankato easily won. Gregory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond, plays on the team. Numbers were sold on ;tlree lovely decorated cakes, of which the Floyd Davidsons drew one of the lucky num- bers. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dia- mond and Richard, who were also at the game, remarked, "If we get a cake, you'll have to come to our place after wards for cake and "coffee, which we all did and also en- Mr. and Mrs. ~Bob Fraass, Grace Hancock. Tom Cavanaugh, Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Thum- mel, Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Thummel Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sutcliff. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crangle. Mrs. Idella Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rose Cawker City. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wolfe. Melvin and Bill Johanek Esbon. Johanek Bros., Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moon, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. Ch|rcnce Loomis. Mr. and Mrs. Lcster V. Broyles. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stander- wick. Mr. and Mrs. Alva C. Tyler. Mrs. Laura Switzer. Rev. James F. Hoover. St. Theresa's Guild. Mankato I,umber Company. Mid-West Lumber Company. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ross. Burr Oak State Bank. Melvin LaRue. Mrs. Gaff Bliss. Miss Edna Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Marr, Esbon, Mrs. Belle L. Crawford, Bruce Corrick, Esbon. Tom Callaway, Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Jon B. Menhusen. Richard L. Diamond. Ira Barnette. Burr Oak. Chris Vandeventer Memor- ial. MANKATO DEFEATED GLASCO 72 TO 50 The Mankato Cougars won from Glasco 72 to b8 on the local court Tuesday, Feb. 7. In the "B" team game, Man- kato nipped Glasco 49 to 48. The Cougars now have a record of 12 victories and 4 defeats for the year. They have split games with Smith Center, Osborne, and Glasco and lost to the undefeated Lin- coln club. The Cougars have another shot at the strong Lin- coln team, when they come to Mankato to play Tuesday, Feb. Ralph Ozmun was the de- fensive player, selected hy Coach Miskimon, for his fine play Tuesday night. He held the Glasco high scorer way below his average for the year. The;M~hk~to club has made an! ohtsta/ading record this year. i: Bedatise Mankato left the Solomon Valley League this year and is getting ready to play in the Northern League next year, the schedule for 1966-67 had far more away games than home contests. In fact, the Cougars have played 9 of their last ten games on the road. In addition, most of the towns played have larger high schools. This team has had a successful season and could make it an outstanding one by a good tournament re- cord. The box scores: ## S, Mankato h ~ 72; Glasco, 58. fg ft f tp Sam Colson 8 3 3 19 Mike Rourke 4 4 3 12 Melvin Kites ~ 6 4 1~ J. C. Clegg 0 3 Ralph Ozmun 4 1,1 3 19 Russell Lange 0 0 2 0 Mike Grout 0 0 1 0 Totals 2424I9 72 Mankato "B", 49; Glasco, 48. fg ft f tp Jack Dean 1 5 0 7 LeRoy Moser 3 7 3 13 Jerry Rourke 8 0 1 16 Ed Wilson 2 1 25 Leon Holl 0 2 22 Marvin Loomis 1 2 04 Russell Lange 1 0 02 Totals 1617 649 John Montgomery director of highways, today reported to Governor Docking that the !State Highway Commission has awarded contracts total- ing $6,131,863.00 for construc- tion on Interstate, ,Primary, and Secondary highways in Kansas. Bids were received at Pittsburg, January 26. Projects and bids for K-14, Jewell County are as follows: Grading, 2 bridges from south city limits of Jewell, south 6.6 miles: grading Wentz Con- struction, Concordia, $103,026; bridge, Reece Construction, Scandia, $28,554; bridge, G. W. Harris, Blue Rapids, .31,191; seeding (7.1 miles), )ale Fechner, Alta Vista, ;14,692. Mr. and Mrs, Mike Rearer, vho are attending Fort Hays: State College, visited his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Merl Re,-er during the semester break, Mike works part time at the JensewLung~n Motor Co. in Haya, ASCS News Notices for corn delivery have been mailed to farmers with 1962 and 1963 crop corn in farm storage under reseal price support loans, according to Leo Obert, Chairman, Agri- cultural Stabilization and Con- servation County Committee Announcement (if the early de- livery was made last Decem- ber in order to give farmers several months in which to decide what action to take. Farmers have the option of redeeming the loans at any time prior to the final date for delivery and retaining owner- ship of the corn for their own use or for sale, or of delivering the corn in payment of the price support loan. The Chairman reminded pro- ducers with such reseal corn that the final date for delivery is shown on the delivery in- structions. If for any reason a ~roducer feels that he cannot meet that date, he should con- :act the county office. For 1962 crop corn, the date may not be extended beyond Febru- ary 28 unless it is for reasons ,ehich the producer could not control. Except for weather problems or unusual circumstances, it is expected that most of the corn will have been either de- livered or redeemed by the end of February. Sunday, Feb. 5 at 5:30 a.m., .6 of a mile east of Montrosle on U. S. 36, Forrest Howard, Phillipsburg, Kansas, driving a 1955 Buick, ran off highway and hit low bridge. No injuries and estimated $150 damage was done to the vehicle. Mankato FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10 - 11 - 12 JUDICIAL CASES Starting at 7:30 p. m. Joseph Tvrdy, leaving scene of an accident, $10.00 and costs. ,, it's 'it's: Stanley C. Noller, improper ~l~aS~J~iN'~BI left turn, $10.00 and costs. Ft John R. Burch, failure to yield right of way, $10.00 and ~lun.llmulnuslMV costs. .,4! : David A. Jensen, improper passing, $10.00 and costs. Clarence L. Knutson, speed- ing, $10.00 and costs. Elmer R. Moore, no entry in daily log, $5.00 and costs. Melvin H. Smidt, speeding, ;10.00 and costs. Eric L. Aspegren, illegal )arking, $5.00 and costs. John Wrench, illegal park- it's when Js mg on highway, $5.00 and costs. Roy J. Dooley, improper passing, $10.00 and costs. Office of the Co. Supt.: Total enrollment in rlation's medical schools is 32,835, an '" ;'5 WORLD DAY OF PRAYER increase of 407 over last year. --- Medical school graduates . The Wlu.ld I)ay of Prayer numbered 7,574, an increase be year. [ [_VISPD Q ,,=,~ will held at the Burr Oak of 163 over the Preceding l''" " " Christian Church on Friday, Both are record highs. There Feb 10 from 2 until 3 p.m. are approximately 750.000 DONNA DOUG!AS The theme this year is entitled physicians. By 1975, 10,000 U. "Of His Kingdom There Shall S. medical students will be SUE ANE LANG Be No End". Everyone is in- graduated annually. It seems .t~: vited. Mankato is deserving of at --------~--- least one M. D. More than 400 Mankato Freshmen Defeat attend the K. U. Medical WEATHER Mankato Packing Coml~nV Officials To Be Here Fr|~y i Belleville 66 to 41 School and about 70% of these Clyde Reed, official weather .... : :,: ----- came from areas outside Kan- observer, reports a high teln- Milton Petersen, Jr., prelJ, The Mankato Freshmen de-sos and following graduation perature of 56' on Sunday, ident and Bernie RothschiI~t, teated Belleville 66 to 41 in a will not locate here. Perhaps contest played at Belleville some of the Kansas youth de- Feb. 5, and a low of 9" Mort- executive vice-president al~ Monday, Feb. 6. nied admission in preference lday, Feb. 6. There was ~& general manager of the ~, Coach Don Anderson select- shown to foreigners would linch of snow Feb. 8 contain- kato t'acking Plant, will ed Mike Dodd as the defensive have remained as Doctors in ing .02 inch of moistm'e, in Mankato Friday aftm'no0tl player of the game. Coach An- Kansas. - ..................and Saturday, Feb 10 and !li derson's boys now have a re- ] The visitors who called in I Local Minister To Anyone wishing to con~ Be On Television Mr. Petersen or Mr. Ro~h~ cord of 7 victories and 2 de-l our office the past week wereI ...... schild can get in touch feats for the year. The next I John Jones, Mankato High game of the freshmen will heI School: Mrs. Frank Queen, Rev. G. S. Willard, pastor of them through W. R. Wa~ Monday, Feb. 20 when Os-/Mankato; Finlay Munro, Man-Ithe Assembly of God Church the president of the Ma~ borne comes here for 8th kato; Ross Swenson, Belle-/will be on tile "Clmrch of the Commercial Devetopme0~ KHql Assocmtion Inc grade and freshmen games.!ville; E. M. Tyler, Mankato;' Air" program on Station ' ~~ '' ' , '. The box scores: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Channel 4 at 9:45 on Monday, - ........ : Doug Wirtz 2 2 O 6 Burr Oak Schools; Mrs. Milton February 13. I Mankato Laundry Ha~ Fred Rose 4 0 3 0 l Rogers. Mra. Merle Lewis, ------------ t Been Remodeled Greg Diamond 5 4 4 14 I Mrs. Bruce Corrick, Esbon; Cadetles I -- Mike Dodd 6 3 3 15 ]Mrs. John Patzel, Smith Cen- ---- I TheMankato Laundry Eddie Beck 5 6 3 16 ]ter; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lewis, Tar Cadette Girl Scouts met lbeen remodeled and was ~t~, tam Blew 0 4 2 4 Bostw~ N r 'Y . 'ck, ebr.; M s. Cecil in the Community Building on led for business Mondaym~ Mike Dempsey 0 1 0 1 E Crawford r Esbon', Mrs, the 6th of February. Mrs. ling, Feb. 6th, : ' Je~;ry Campbell:: t 01:i ~'lGerald James and Jom For- Raymond ttoll served special h new t'10or 'w~s tllalat~ .,~0tals : :. 23 20i[5 66: I rfi~S0~, Thelma Lyons, Super- treats. We discussed going cement drains placed ulld~r ----~---: : tot'; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ed-sKaung ann prepared to sena a the machines, arid SiX ~ , A "Hospital Memorial" wards; Hardy, Nebr.; Mrs. J. card to Brenda Huntsinger. machines inst~lled. In: :: By the Chris Vandeventer E. Moon, Mankato. We discussed orders for cookie center of the laundry, Family * * sale. We began working on an- 'are now 12 of the 12qb. In addition to the family, the following contributed to this Memorial: Mr. and Mrs. Pat Rafferty, Mr. and Mrs. Art Lichty, Mr. Guy Ortman, Mr. Roy Ortman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Ortman, Mrs. Jennie O1- son, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker, Miss Edna Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Don Walker, Miss Helen McCammon, Mr. Everett Siemon and "Bud" Mr. and Mrs. Milford Psi, Mrs. Vivian Ost, Mrs. Edith Ost, Miss Geneva Ost, Mr. & Mrs. Jack Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. Dares Heningsen, Mrs. Ruth Colson, Mr,' and Mrs. Harry Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hanson,, Mr. and Mrs. John Zadina, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Zadina, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lagergren, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nichols, Mrs. Myrtle Wright, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Fair drove to Russell, Kans. Sat- urday afternoon where For- rest attended the regular monthly meeting~, of the Kan- sas Central Library board. After dinner they drove to Salina where they spent Sun- day with their daugbter, Jan- is. Dr. D. M. Fair of St. Fran- cis joined them for an hour's visit enroute home from a two day Chiropractic Seminar at the Ramada Inn in Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill of Cawker called at the Fair home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Col- son and Mr. and Mrs. Max Louder are spending the week in Arizona. Crystal Colson is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Swinton, while her par- ents are away. Clayton Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson, re urned to Kansas State Uni- versity last week after spend- ing 6 weeks internship with an accounting firm in Denver. One of his assignments with the company was a trip to Nevada where he assisted wRh auditim, of a g~ld mine, The first semester honor other Challenge of Emergency roll at the Cloud County Corn Preparedness. munity Junior College has --Kathy Murray, Scribe. been announced byArley Bry ....................... ant, director of admissions. Forrest Fair arrived home On the A honor roll of full Saturday from the Pan-Amer- time students was Mrs. Jessie ican Hi way nmtorcade tour Gillett, Burr Oak. On the B to South America. He joined honor roll was Dwayne Cock- the group at Belleville. riding roft, Burr Oak. Dwayne notwith Bill Van Lew, Bob Kongs only carries 15 college hours and Paul Fehrbach. Tbey vis- hut is employed evenings dur- ited Monterrcy, Mexico City ing the week; and Acapulco, the famous * pleasure resort on the Pacific Until further notice Jewell coast. The,, famous fh)ating County Museum will be open gardens, the bull fight and the Thursday, Friday and Satur-largest cathedral in North day afternoons. America were the chief points * * of interest. Mexico City is County Superintendent Wes- busily preparing for tim 1968 tin will speak at the Mission Olylnpics. The group returned Covenant Cburch hanquet at via McAllen, Tex. where one Courtland Monday evening, of the nlen owns several Feb. 13. orange groves. A few men- chines and 2 of the 8,lb. chines. All of these machi~ have been installed new tll:~ past year. The walls and ceiling repainted. Letters To Editor The policy of the Record, to print Letters To The ~ providing theyr' are not tibe~titl and are signed. This ~ re(:{ived a letter that W~ written in acceptable taflllOa~ but was not signed, , . : Richard Gardner Sal|s .: ' Registered Angus I~iis ____. , . Richard Gardaer, Form recently sold an Aber Angus bull each to ke, Mankato and hers of the caravan phm to nolds, Lovcwell. Kansas~ 3rd Grade Brownies drive on tu Buenos Aires, At- -- _ ---- gentian, arriving March 6th, Mr, and Mrs, Darus H~ On Jan. 30, 1967, eight sell their new cars and flyningsen accompanied M~,:i~ Brownies, two leaders and home Mrs. Gh!nn Grout, St, tO H~ three small fry were at the " -- ................tings and Grand Island, :~ he Brownm leader M~s 1 home of t ' ' ', .'. {. C. Turner left last Thursdaywh(re they :V|algl~l Mrs. Marlys Jensen. The Thursday to relurn to he1' friends in the VeteranS' I,i group was divided into three home in Portland, Oregon. Dr. tal. The ftenningsens-,' alao elill! small groups, and given a re and Mrs. Turner's eldest ed at the Calvin ]|~ ripe and necessary equipment daughter, Susan, is a labora- home in Grand Island, i?: for making dream bars and tory assistant for a doctor. cocoa. While waiting for. their who is duing research work THANK YOU-'---'- ' lunch to bake, new officers on meningitis in l)ortland. were elected as follows: Pres- Their second daughter, Lynn, Many thanks to ..... ident, June Ramsey; Score- has a secretarial position in tary, Tammy McCammon: the office of a professor at Treasurer, Patsi Jonas. Lunch was served. It was very tasty and there were eight proud 3rownies who deserve a big Brownie compliment on their cooking. Games were played and songs sung before the meeting was adjourned. --Reporter. Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson spent last week at the home of their son, Dr. John Fergu son, at Clyde. They kept their grandsons in school while John and Bonnie attended the K.U.M.A. Convention in Wi- chita. Miss Janis Fair of Salina and Mr. Bill Hogan of Elkton. Kentcuky were weekend ~uests at the F. R, Fair home, the University of California in Berkeley Their daughter, Debbie, is a freshlnan at the University of Oregon and their youngest daughter, Betsy, is an 8tb grader and still at florae. Don Kissinger and Robin Chilcott, who share an apart ment in Manhattan, where they are attending Kansas State University, visited be- tween semesters at the homes of their parents, Mr, and Mrs. t~'rank Kissinger and Mr. and VIrs. Harold Chilcott. Bill Ramey, son of Mr. and [rs. Charles Ramev. win is attending Kansas University, spent part nf the between[ semester holidays skiing in l Colorado, everyone who sent ters and flowers to me I was in the hospital -- Raymond Nichola~ :5 il CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to all who s~ such lovely cards, ; and gifts and to visited me during ray stay in the hospital, thanks for the good brought to me after I home. ," ,, --Mrs, Ra THANK YOU :" "Thank you folks" letters and calls in the hospital and ing 'home. It made extra special and quickly. --John u,: