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RECORD 23, 1967 S Section I FRANCES family physician. Select a physician before an illness. Know facilities in community and how to use them. 4. The Beat is Different o A gap between generations exists. Effects of stages in the life cycle on behavior. Con- tributions from each family member. Similarities in youth today and yesterday. 5. Your Contemporary Nee- dle - Sewing today's fabrics can be a challenge. Principles involved in sewing finishes cottons, blends of cotton, knits and synthetic fabrics. 6. Vitamins Inside the Fence - Your garden can, grow green with nutrients.! Learn varieties and cultural practices in home food pro- duction. 7. Plan It and Plant It - Be creative. Plan before you Frances Holdren County Home Agent plant. Study the phase of orn- amental horticulture or flori- culture you wish. 8. Seasoned with Science - Ingredients have a purpose. Learn physical and chemical properties of food. Understand how environmental conditions anizatlons, bur Ears: programs affect foods. on a "New Look in 9. Adventuresome Broiling Program is being. Broil in the oven, pan or on serve ALL clubs,the grill. Follow directions and groups in when broiling fruits, vegeta- who wish to bles, fish and meats. Plan low calorie broiled meals. lessons will 10. Mini Servants Small in 1968 and anyappliances simplify cooking Use these less(ms methods and cut cooking costs. numbers. Simplify meal preparations Co. Home Eco- with new appliances. Under- Committee stand electrical, mechanical, tion on the and cleanliness care require- at their regular merits of small appliances. 13. These 11. Tattletale Tags The e Home Economicstags tell the true tale about a be contacted forgarment. Learn properties tion on theand u~es of textile fibers. Program." 12. Shopping Sense or Non- lessons the or- sense - Learn factors that in- and clubs may fluence choice, quality, and Each has quantity of pl]rchases. of the les- Program Chairmen, this may be the answer to youx Interiors problems. principles, line, color, pattern Hays -- Staff members for an effective per- the spring semester at KFHS, in your campus radio station at Fort Hays State College, includes of Prettiness James Flavin, Esbon jtinior, dressed is to continuity director. basic Flavin, a 1964 graduate of personal Esbon High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Flavin Health I.Q. of Esbon. He is studying should have a journalism. AROUND THE COUNTY with Jim Gunter, County Agricultural Agent AROUND THE COUNTV with Jim Gunter, County Agricultural Agent Beef Heifer Selection: The process of heifer selec- tion should start this spring when calves are born. This is the time to ear4ag or tatoo the call', identify its mother, and record information. At weaning time, heifers should be weighed and the weight ad- justed to a 205-day weaning weight. At the same time they should be scored for con- formation. This provides the first opportunity to make de- cision for culling. Weight-perday-of-age at the' weaning time will be an indi- cation of the yearling weight. It will also provide informa- tion for an early prediction of the animals productivity as a COW. Weighing replacement stock again as yearlings will spot slow growing heifers that need to be culled. If the producer intends to cull heifers as year- lings, he must save more heif- er calves at weaning. Cowmen should establish their own standard of selection for each herd and each calf crop. Inheritance is important in sdecting replacements but environment sometimes has great influence on the perfor- mance of a calf crop. If records of this tyPe are accumulated, the producer can' compare a-cow's pr0due- tivity over several years. With this information a lot of aerospace defense against hob the guesswork is gone from tile aircraft and missiles. heifer selection. The airman, a graduate of Everyone in the cow busi- Esbon Rural High School, at- ness, small or large, purebred tended Kansas Wesleyan Unl- or commercial, can benefit versity. from this system. It means selling more beef per cow, Cleveland Mendenhall, who For more information and has been in the Concordia has- assistance on establishing this pitaI with a broken hin. was type of program, producer's released Sunday and will re- can call or stop by the Exten- cuperate at the home of J. L. sion office. Charleston, Maine -- James L. Bartley, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bartley of Rt. 1, Esbon, Kans., has been promoted to airman first class in the U. S. Air Force. Airman Bartley is a radar repairman at Charleston Air Force Station, Maine. He is a member of the Air Defense Command which provides Wears of Burr Oak. .......... ~. : . |1 Investors a me Got In the MONEY l ! I I Cheek State item's low inauransa ram for aareful drlvsre-- ratu so low that one out M two may =ave Important dollars. And cheek 8tats lrarm servtee--eo good that people in- mare mere oars with us than mdth anyone abe, Call today ! Now you can accumulate mutual fund shares on a rag- ular monthly payment phn to fit your family budget. With payments of $20 a month--*after an initial $40 payment--you can ac- 9uire shares of Investors Stock Fund. This is a mutual fund de- signed to provide long-term capital appreciation poesi- bilities as well as a reason- able income. For full details (prospec. tuses) of Investors Stock Fund and the new Investors Accumulation Plan-- W. R. "Hap" Wilson Phone Fl{ 8-3298 S. Center - 51ankato, Ks. STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY, HOME OFfiCE: BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS MAN TODAY I ALBERT WAUGH 214 N. Walnut - Balolt Phone PE 841850 Pontiac announces not one, two, three or four, but five magnificent new Firebirds for every kind of driving. Now you can choose from five new Firebirds with the same advanced Pontiac styling, but with five entirely different driving personalities. And they all come with supple expanded Vinyl interiors, wood grain styled dash, exclusive space-saver Collapsible spare, bucket seats and wide-oval tires. Firebird 400. Coiled under those dual scoops is a 400 cubic inch V-8 that shrugs off 325 hp. It's connected to a floor- mounted heavy-duty three-speed. On special suspension with redline wide-oval tires. This could be calledthe ultimate in grand touring. After this, there isn't any more. irobird He. He stands for High Output. As a split Second behind the wheel wilt attest to. The Firebird He boasts a 285-hp V-8 with a four-barrel carburetor, dual ex- hausts and sport,striping. Standard stick is a column-mounted three-speed. Naturally, all Firebird options are available. Firebird 326. Is there room for a family in a sports car? There Is now. The excitement of a sports car with the practicality of a 326 cubic inch V-8 that delivers 250 hp on regular gas. Standard transmission is an all-synchro three- speed, but you can order an automatic. I:irebird Sprint. Now you don't have to go to Europe for a sophisticated road machine. This is tht 215-hp Version of our eager Overhead Cam Six. It's mount4 on spe- Cial suspension'that practically welds it to the road. (Any road !) With a floor-mounted all-synchro 3-speed. Firsbird. This Is our economy Firebird--with the same exciting options end interiors as the more exotic ones. It's Overhead Cam Six squeezes 165 hp from regular for inexpensive fun .... _,_ driving See them all at your Pontiac dealer's. 122 W. JEFFERSON The Magnificent Five ore here! I J MANKATO, KANSAS IlUI~ 0' II ~gt.t(NN THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of charac- ter and good citizenship. It is a s/ore- house of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regu- larly and support the Church. They are: (1) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regu- larly and read your Bible daily Last night a miracle occurred. It happened on the night after Johnny bought a new guitar and all of us joined in a faultily hootenanny. When he came to live with us over a year ago, Sam didn't even talk. Raised in a sub-standard home, he was a mighty unhappy little boy with problems galore. He didn't like us at first--he wasn't glad to be with us. But, gradually, as the months wore on, he began to trust us and believe in our love. That night as the family sang together---Sam suddenly began to sing with us. The miracle had occurred. He was now one of the family. You see, the Church had taught us that the love of God accepts us completely and uncon- ditionally. We had learned that we could love and accept Sam in the same way. In becoming a part of God's family, we had discovered how to create a new family of our own. Copyright 1967 Kei,ter Advertisi,tg Service. Inc., Strasburg, V ~L Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday I Chronicles Psalms Jeremiah Acts Galatians Ephesians Philemon 16:19-29 28:6-9 3:11-18 16:11-25 6:6-10 3:14-21 8-20 q:Iz , qz,, , q:iz' , (s]22 , (xtz, , , ,