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February 17, 1966     Jewell County Record
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m U /%< , National--Adverlising Representative l KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. 701 Jackson, Topeka, Kan. 66603 N A 1ONAL EDITONAL L i,- Newspal~er of Jvwe'll Why trifles? horses. THE BOYD FAM:ILY fanoies Nothing of the Owners and Pub~ kind. But a lot of them do. Just F. W. BOYD, JR F~litor ask the American Quarter Horse Mxs. Frank P, oyd, Associate F.Attm Association. In 1960 the A.Q.- H.A. decided to launch a "youth "Any good thing that I an activities" program. Today, it do, or any kindness that I ~tn stands among the biggest and show to any htmaan being, let busiest programs this 26-year- me do it now and not defer it old organization conducts for I shall not pass this way agaln." Consider the record. The A.Q.- ]econd Class postage Paid at ths H.A largest of all horse breed Post Office, Mankato, Kammsregistries, sanctions more horse Sukscril~m: shows (over 1,100 in 1965) for $3.00 per year in JeweI1 Co~by more people in more places than and surrounding eoun~e6 (Smith, any other group of its kind And Osborne, Mite.hell, Cloud, Re-nearly eight out of every ten publie counties in ~, and Quarter Horse shows last year Nuckolls and Webster entropies offered a youth program m Nebraska. Look at the 4-H Club. Its $4.00 a year elsewhere, horse projects have more than ~bscribe~ are asked to noti~ Us office at once when ~ey lmve tripled since 1960, with some cimage of, a davess. 120,000 boys and girls now tak- ing an active part. And the Fut- ure Farmesr of America cite a I comparable surge of interest. Don't think fcr a moment that tl~is success story is purely rural. The city cousins own horses, FOR HOME FOLKS too. in fact, th~ experts say sub- ~v al.A.~, urbia is becoming a major mark- III et for pleasure horses. make ',ragedies out of of beating the doctor bills. Dr. Feel a little better about Am- -MAB- The excesses of youth is a draft on old age, payable with interest. -MAB- Some young people (and some ~)Ider people) try to crowd all eir good times into one night. Try to save some for tomorrow. -MAB- Some women are intent on try- ing to mend their husband's Ways--when they could accom- plish their purpose by mending ausband's socks. -MAB- Ii' you want to keep young, go With your children As you grow older, try to keep up with them ---or, better yet, try to keep up healthy men. -MAB- Horses Vs. Hot Rods One hears a lot of talk about delinquent kid,;. About young people who seem to have gone sour. About wild dances and pep pills and soup~:d-up cars But you don*t hear much at all about the Serious-minded Mds who will be running this country a :horses around and kids to own :them and ride them and be re- sponsible for their care.--U. S. Press Ass'n. Mankato Main Street *Seen and He'~ra t~atm, tkty Niglht" Saturday night on Mankato Main Street found Ye Scribe elsewhere. - But Saturday noon lm an~to, Ks. : to ~ to the kitchen and get the names of the cooks and wait- resses. However, from the quality of the food and its serv- ing, we judge that the same crew was probably on the job. * * My Boss and Mary and I left for Phillipsburg anti Hill City, early. : - We saw our family, son and daughter, McDill and Marie, our grandchildren and great grand- chidlren, Dick, Mary Beth, Larry and Rebecca Anne, then went on to Hill City for the night. - There we visited with other grand- children and great grandchildren Jim and Frances, Frank and Lydia Christine Logback, and Bob. - The big occasion for the visit to Hill City was to be pres- ent at the baptism of Lydia Christine on Sunday morning at the Methodist Church. - Lydia is the 3 pound nlus baby born at the Clay Center hospital, who: lived in the Isolette for six weeks before being brought home. - She is healthy and hap- py - Lyiad wore the Christening dress worn by h .er paternal great grandfather, Dr. Dexter, and :many of the Dexter family since Roe, Mr. and i Mrs, Ed Walker, Mrs. Hale, Mrs; Hills, Mrs. O. D. Vance, Mrs. Glenn Kuiken, Mrs. O. D. Noller and Mrs. Len- dell Graham. - We were served a delightful dinner, piping hot, which was served by Katherine Grimes and Cora Carter. - Theiri helpers were Mrs. Carl LaRue,] Virginia Lange, Marilyn Eaton and Margaret Co;son. - As usual we enjoyed roll call when the ladies of members had to answer roll call to the husband's nick- name. - Tail Twisters Lee Junk- ) i : :/?i : :(4 : i i,:, i Mankato FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY FE BRUARY 18 - 19 - 20 Starting at 7:30 p. m. er and Jon Menhusen were kept real busy collecting fines. - We had a real treat following din- ner. - The Red Cloud White In- dians gave an excellent program of Indian dances, Indian cus- ~I~H~[~ . .~ m toms, etc. - About 30 men, wom- en and children took part in the W program. - Time is spent study- JOI ing the American Indian, their mode of living, their customs-- in short, trying to depict that real Indian. - A group of teen- They've got the Fly Boys age boys, about a dozen of them, demonstrated their skill and Grounded prowess in the various games " ~ and dances.- The director, Nor- " . '~ that time, including Mary Dexter man Peirce, said that boys active Boyd and their four children, and in this kind of work had no time now the fourth generation. * * to roam the streets or alleys, .---- shoot windows out, or be hot- Before,Saturday Night rodding on the highways. * * Mrs. R. L. Crumrine of Jewell Gregg Meeker, 3 -year-old son visited us Thursday and had us of Loren Meeker and Mrs. add her name to our subscrip-]Meeker (Mary Jane O'Neill), vis- tion list. - Her son, Norman, was[ited us Saturday. - Gregg is a with us and we all had a goodlfin'e looking, husky chap, and visit. - Mrs. Crumrine plans to]very independent. * * move soon from the farm into I town. * * Mrs. Boyd Silsby vis- ited us Thursday. - She was ac- companied by her three-year-old HARRISON ,~x[D~L][~IilS son, Clay, happy-faced chap who By MRS. MAI~II/kLL BISIIOP was alert and wide awake. Clay was dressed in a bright red Miss Grace Doughett, Mrs. jacket and cap. - He told me that Myrtle Roe and Mrs. Gertrude he had a sister in school. " * Blackstone of Superior were Wednesday night Mary and I Monday evening dinner guests of had the privile~,e of spending a Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstone. %% With your grandchildren. That is When you really begin to live. -MAB- l athag The Doctor Bills Mr' and Mrs. Emery Harrison, generation from now. There are millions upon rail- lions of youngsters with every bit as much common sense, and moral fiber, and zest for living we found MS at the Lutheran Church where a soup-sandwich ~rAR~Itq~ TIM COHWAY.JOEFLYNN TEI McHALE'S NAVY CREW Y few hours in the home of Mr. The occasion was in honor of and Mrs. Bob Newell. - Mrs. the ladies' birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bishop of Bladen and Miss Reva Giger of [her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earllfamily of Lincoln, ~Smith of Mankato, on Friday af-:Saturday with her ternnon, land Mrs. John Hiatt, Who live in Texas, have thirteen Sons, ranging from 21 years to 3 weeks. Mr. Harrison told a news reporter that he didn't think their doctor bills had been ~ore than $50.00 in all their married Life. "Except," he added, "not counting the cost of having the boys born." Here is Mr. Har- rison's remedy: "If they get a cold I just mix hog lard, turpentine and kero- serte, rub it on their chests, then turn them off barefooted. We don't pay no 'tention to 'em not Wearing shoes " -MAB- Ye Scribe had another method as their forbears had . . . as much as their parents have to- day. These young people have learned the value of putting their time and talents and energies to work in ways that build charac- ter, a responsible outlook, and a respect for good citizenship. If you want examples, you needn't look any further than the nearest kid with a horse. In case you hadn't noticed, millions of ~.merican youngsters prefer mrses to motorcyles, and horse ;hows to rock-and-roll riots This doesn'[ suggest that ,wery teen-ag'm with good sense at the table with Mr. and Mrs. Dams Henningsen, Vivian Ost, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nichols - At a nearby table we noticed Mr. and Mrs. Arch Weaverling, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tyelr, Judge and Mrs. Byron Rogers, Harry Swope, Rex Weaverling, Lucy Wiley, Lenore Smith, Elvira and Don White, Mrs. Melvia Kindler, Myrtle Bennett, Mabel Yapp and Idella Johnson - Mrs. George Jensen was the efficient waitress who looked after all our needs. - Since Ye Scribe was in a hurry that day, we did not have time glad to welcome her to town. - The Newells have two fine rol- icking sons, Shawn and Lance, who are both friendly chaps and full of energy. * * Thursday night Ye Scribe was a guest of the Lions Club for Ladies Night - The Mankato Lions Club have a very fine custom - They invite the wives of their deceased members - Buck Roberts and Ethelene came after Mrs. Glenn Hale, Mrs. W. G. Hills and Ye Scribe. - We were seated at a table with Mr. and Mrs. Buck Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .o +'* :" 2 , + ~.- ::~ ~ . : ," : . "+". ,;,":. "" ,~,'4 ~-':a " " Cr~~ 4~, +e ,' :~,i:~ ~++' ~!i " ?:i! ~:~:' ~i~ ,*~*~- .+.' :~ : "' . ,+ ,+-: . ,/.: - ]. : : :': 7 0~ : ". " ~: :. '". Chevrole~ Impala Sport Sedan with Body by Fisher Soft contoured new Strato.bucket front seats come standard in Super Sports for relaxing comfort on every trip. We added new bushings and softened body-to-frame mounts to smooth Chevrolet's ride. We put in soft-acting shock absorbers and soft-working coil springs at every wheel. By soft, though, we don't mean mushy. Chevrolet's Way makes for a smooth, solid ride. Very steady on curves. A bump jumps from the Wide-Stance wheels to the supple springs and shocks--and pffft! It all but disappears, The powerfully smooth new Turbo-Jet V8 is available in all '66 Caprice, Impala SS, Impala, Bel Air and Biscayne models Eight features now standard for your added safety--including seat belts front and back (always buckle up!) and an outside rear. view mirror (always check ia back before passing). All ]dmlz of cars, all in one place at your Chevrolet dealer's: Chevrolet. Chevelle Chevy H Corvair Corvette 15 5105 Guide Rock were Wednesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stone and son of Lawrence, Nebr were i weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone and Dennis. Mrs. Lloyd Davis was hostess to the Helping Hand Club, on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Merle Semke and Mrs. Irvin Pettit are new members of the club. Mrs. W. A. Andrews visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles called on Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. i!iff Banks spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Daniel Stineman, and Mr. Stine- man, of Hardiagton, Nebr. Mr. Bill Carpenter was a sup- per guest Thm sday of Mr. and Mrs Paul Blacks~one. Mr. Oren Free's mother passed away. Her funeral was Saturday morning at C(,urtland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day and Mr. and Mrs. Dave were Sunday evenm Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. C. Gre Kansas City on 12. Mrs. Paul Lamb took her to Junction C. N. Parsons and Peacher met them Mrs. Greene returned to' City with them iI i iiiii ), ? ? NIPAK 45 gives YOU more nitrogen per pound than any other form af solid i~ i~~ i nitrogen lePlilizer . 0,~ better whea~ crops and earn bigger profital. Topdress your wheat With NIPAK 45 right now--for greater yield end higher protein. NIPAK 45 gives you one third more nitrogen per pound than any other form of iolid nitrogen fertilizer--- which enables you to handle less fertilizer and cover more ground in lesl time. 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