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) i ;! i: i : ' A . Jewell Co. Recor Mm kato Ks. 3ewell County dvisory Committee '~ The Jewell County Advisory l ommittee convened at the tmurthouse meeting room Feb- ?uc.ry !4, at 9:30 a. m. There were J 1 members present. Miss arole Moiler, McPherson, was a gues: of Miss Mary Frances ~lentie. Mrs. Claude Snyder re- tportcd on Home Economics Days Feb. 1 and 2 in Manhattan. The ommittee discussed the lesson advisory member is to pre- eet to the Units. The name unit er club is to be decided at the ~pril workshop meeting. "l;he differept Extension Units of the state will be known as just one name. Will it be unit or club? Mrs. Kindler talked about the ghlights of annual meeting in .Manhattan. We must see in the 'tat re, not what divides us, but what unites us. Set personal goals - wlil we grow or will we vegetate? One out of four women are divorced. One out of i very three are mental patients, one out of every four are al- Coholics. Jewell County will be charge of group staging at the f istrict meeting May 2 in Beloit. The Beloit Art Club will present gn exhibit+ If anyone in the .+i ounty has a painting they have reated. they may exhibit it with l~he Beloit exhibits if they wish. Mrs. Morris reported the Spring Tea would be held at the t iankato Armory on March 29 ~t 1:00 p.m. The Wheat Commis- iilon is sponosring Phyllis Hora- tek of Topeka to prepare a meal/ ilsing wheat. There will be a I lothing exhibit with the cloth- ~g dealers in the county as ponsors. This will feature worn- en's spring clothing and acces- sories. The committee voted to sponsor a craft day this fall. Mrs. Melvin Boyer is chairman of the craft committee. Mrs. Boyles, Mrs. Everett Jeffery and Mrs. Glenn Kindler are members of the committee. The County Committee Chair- men are: Mrs. Clarence Jensby, Standard of Excellence; Miss Lucy Wiley, International Rela- tions; Mrs. Delbert Bird, Health; Mrs. Snyder, Family Life; Mrs. Walter Holloway, Citizenship and Civil Defense. The Commit- tee will sponsor a booth at the State Fair in September. Family Finance Home Management will be the theme. The State Fair Committee is: Mrs. Walter HoP loway, Chairman, Mrs. Walter Marihugh, Mrs. Claude Frost, Mrs. Cleo Morris and Mrs. Clar- ence Jensby. Mrs. Kindler reported the State Advisory Council suggest- ed the Extension Units in the state try to have a project or have some kind of fund raising project, then send proceeds to the Smurthwaite Hounse Fund. May 1-7 is National Home Econ- omics Week, and the project could be promoted that weds. There'is $11.500 remaming of the $150,000 to be paid. The pro- ject was started 10 years ago. In 1965 there was $5,000 cotnri- buted to the fund from the state. The Council would like to have the fund paid in full this year. The county project was discuss- led. The Committee adjourned to meet March 14 at 9:30 a.m. It is hoped more Committee members can attend or be sure there is a substitute to report back to their HAYNES ANGUS RANCH ANNUAL PRODUCATION SALE OF REGISTERED ANGUS Tuesday, March 8, 1966 -- 1:00 P. M. Sale will be held at the Russell Livestock Commission Company Sale Barn RUSSELL, KANSAS SELLING 41 BULLS - Ready for Service 31 OPEN HEIFERS - Ready to Breed HAYNES ANGUS RANCH Fred J. Haynes Estate, Owner Darrell E. Haynes, Adm. Russell, Kansas + ! // Unit. The Home Economics Ad-[ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: visory Committee needs your'[ : ::; vote. Your township elected you[. : : : :: :::::::::: :i to represent them. Without your ideas we cannot promote the . ::):::i.:!!:!:;i: + - >. ?y f - projects you are most interested in. How do you think we can improve our county? What makes it grow? Th~ county makes the peep!e, justas the people make the county. ~[he Ex- tension Agems are here m im- prove the county and answer your eneds. Let+s give them a boost and have every township represented at ot, r next Advisory Committee meeting. Let's make Jewell county the best county in thestate. We want to help ALL the women in the county, not just Extension members. The Committee missed the ab- sence of our Reporter. Mrs. Frost. Substitute Reporter. Northbranch News By EDITit FOLGER Visitors at church on Sunday morning were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dillon and children of Burr Oak. Word has been received of the death of J. Perry Hadley on Feb. 12 at a Rest Home in Moores- town. N. J where he had been in poor health for some time. Memorial services will be con- ducted this spring or summer. He was 99 years old. He was a Missionary in Alaska twice, but lived here most of the time until the last few years, when he had been near his children. Mrs. Fred Brown visited her daughter. Mrs. Vernon Heitman and family, at Norton, Kans. Rev. and Mrs. Wendell Bar- nett attended some church com- mittee meetings and visited rela- ] tires around Wichita part of lastI week. ] There were 11 members at the WCTU meeting of Mrs. Mike Caldwells last Thursday after- noon. The next meeting will be an Institute when we invite the Burr Oak Union to meet with us on Macrh 29. It is postponed on account of the State Mid-Year WCTU Meeting at Miltonvale on March 16 and 17 and our Reviv- al Meeting at the church which is planned for March 20 to 27. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Caldwell visited relatives at Dodge City over the weekend a week ago. Snowing a little this cool Mon- day morning. Been cold most of last week. years of steep increases in the ability to produce have been accom- by an equally sharp decline in the man-h0urs used in agriculture. Here SOme interesting figures concerning farm population, number and size. farms 190 acres per farm 1945 1965 3.1million farms 357 acres per farm One farmworker supplied 14 people One farmworker supplied 34 people Plant nutrients produced 2.6 million tons- 9.5 million' in '65 Hor e-power per tractor 28 hp per tractor 62 TratCor hp total 62 million Tractor hp total 182 million and figu, res do prove one thing - that change is ever with us an& it be- each and everyonie to keep up with the times, espectially in his particular line+ Of work, in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY ESTABLISHED 1883 Member FJ).I.C. Since. 1933, +. Modern Minerva Music Talent Tea Rev. and Mrs. Russell Cline from the Prairie Bible Institute, Three Hills, Alberta, Canada, will be at the G~ve Hill Church March 4, at 7:30, at the Superior Community Auditorium, March 5. 7:30, and at Olive Hill Church on March 6. Their program will consist of special musm, singing, message by the Clines. and re- freshments and fellowship fol- lowing. The Clines have spent several years on the staff of the Prairie Bible Institute where Mr. Cline was Dean of High School boys. Mrs. Cline. who was Dean of "+ l-h+,h School girls for one year, assists her husband in" a counsel- ling ministry. Both now serve the Lord full dine in Prairie's Extension Department. The Prairie Bible Institute. which began in 1922 with an en- rollment of eight students, now has over nine hundred in the Bible and High School Depart- ments. This training school has made a vital contribution to the ministry of the Church through the training of over 1350 foreign missionaries with nearly 800 pastors and Christian Workers ir North America. Formoso Willing Workers 4-H When our assistant 4-H lead- er, Betty Howland, was asked tc answer the roll call, which was 'What I want to be when I grow up", she replied in all truthful- ness. "Slim". Our February meeting was called to order on Feb. 7 at 7:45 p.m. Donnie Howland brought a worthwhile idea before us in the form of a motion to help publi- cize our club wzth a sign which would be erected in Formoso. His motion was referred to com- mittee, and will be reincarnated at our next regular meeting. Model meeting prhctice was scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 27, at 1:30 p.m and all members The annual Music Talent Sil- ver Tea was held Feb. 17 at tbe Harmony Methodist ChurcJ-. Mrs. Lowell Yasmer annoanc7d during the business meeting Mrs. Frank W. Boyd, Sr had won first place in the District with her titerature contest entry and has entered the State Con- test. Mrs. Marvin Walker gave a brief explanation of the regula- tions of Federated Club Music Talent Auditions and the bene- fits derived by students. Minerva Club will sponsor Carol Cortner in first year piano and Cindy Halstead in first year voice. Au- ditions will be March 5 at Pla;n-I ville. Members and guests enjoyed the following numbers: Car31 Cortner. "The Clowns" by Tur- ina; Cindy Halstead, vocal solo. "When I Have Sung My Songs" by Charles, accompanist Saadra Wilson; Roberta Meyer, piat?o solo. "Ballade" by Brahms; Mary Halstead, vocal solo, "Just For You", accompanist Sandra Wil- son: Susan Murray, piano solo, "Sparklets"; Sandra Wilson, rfiano solo, "Reflections In The Water" by DeBussy. Following the program, coffee, punch and dainty cookies were served from a lovely tea table centered with a snapd-agon bou- :luet. Mrs. Keith A ,d5rson and Media Whitley were hostesses. Additional gUes:s included: Mrs. Robert Meyer, Mrs. Aaro: Murray, Mrs. J. M. Scott, Mrs. Eorwin Hinkley, Mrs. Jake Swit- zer. Mr;. Thos. Lehrling, Mrs. Richard Applegate, Mrs. Mike Stout, Mrs. Dale Park and Mrs. Wayne Wilson. Lucy Circle, WSCS Mrs. Dale Crangle and Mrs. Lendell Graham were hostesses to the Lucy Circle on Wednes-- day afternoon at Mrs. Crangle's home. Seventeen members were present to answer roll call. Mcs Elsie Hooker presented the les- son, "Acts, The Early Cuhrch, And You". The lesson, a review of the Book of Acts, told "What is the Church, Who Are the Church, and Where is the Church". Mrs. Hooker was assis- were urged to attend. In the way ted with the lesson by Mrs. Ray- of entertainment, Jerry Johnson mond O'Hara, Mrs. Jennie Olson led us in singing "When Johnny and Lucy Wiley. The March Comes Marching Home", which Circle meeting will be at the was pretty well butchered by home of Mrs. Glenn Tyler. our usual method (singing off- the close of the meeting the key). Dale Switzer, Jr gave a hostesses served a delicious demonstration on his favorite 4- lunch. H project, drawing Dale showed us some equipment needed, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Underwood gave a few tips for the beginner Celebrate 40th Anniversary in drawing. For music apprecia- tion, Jennifer Young presented Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Under- us with a piano solo, World s wood celebrated their 40th Wed- Fair", which she will give for ding Anniversary at their home 4-H Club Day. Doyle Reed filled in Esbon on Feb. 17. Those pros- us in on some important facts ent for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. about our proposed project for Milton Underwood and Glen, Mr. our club safety Frogram--lnstal-and Mrs. Nolin Hajny, and Mr. ling safety signs at some of the arid Mrs. Harry Cole, Jr and narrow bridges in Jewell county. Rodney of Kensington. Those Doyle Reed appointed a commit-: unable to be present were their tee of three to look into the mat- daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ter of finding a sign to publicize Johnson and family of Omaha our 4-H club, followed by ad- and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frank journment and the+serving of re- and Kevin of Topeka, and their freshments, sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Under- --Dale Switzer, Reporter. wood of Forestville, Md anJ Verle, who is in school at Hut- Manhattan -- Teresa Graham, chinson. daughter of Mrs. Lendell Gra- ham, Mankato, will be partici- NICHOLS- BAIRD pating as a delegate from France in the Model United Nations Mrs. Elva Nichols, a former (MUN) session scheduled at Mankato resident, now of Den- Kansas State University, Man- ver, Colo 'and Frank Baird of hattan, Feb. 24 through 26. This Denver were united in marriage, is K-State's third Model U. N. attended by Mr. and Mrs. Joe session Geiger of Aurora, Colo. before The activity takes place every a small group of friends by Rev. four years so that each K-State Omer Timmons at the Montclair student will have at least one Methodist Church Feb. 5th at opportunity .to participate. The 6:00 p. m. A dinner party follow- last was in 1961 and involved ed at Murph's on Broadway more than 1,200 K-Staters. Sunday, Feb. 6th. A reception Independent stu lents and for- was held at the bride's home for eign students have been espec- 60 guests. After a short wedding ially encouraged to participate trip, the couple will live at 1785 in the Model U. N. this year. Tamaarc St Denver, Colorado. Many campus international as- sociations have arranged to rep- Delta Kappa Gamma resent their native countries or --- to serve as advisers to the dole- Pi Chapter of Phi State met gations representing their coun- Feb. 6 in the Belleville Grade tries or blocs. School. The President, Mrs. Roy Miss Graham also a member Moore, opened the meeting by +of Smurthwait + +House, Colleg- asking, the members to repeat late 4-H and W'mitey Foundation the Club Collect in unison. Mar- She holds a state of Kansas:tha Schultz read the minutes of scholarship. - the last meeting, which were ap- -- -- proved. Hazel Countryman, Set- Dallas Abra f Randall was end Grade teacher of Belleville. a Mankato- visi t r Friday. He gave a very interesting talk on stopped at the Record office and Creative Teaching which she il- madd arrangements for the Jew- lustrated with original stories ell C0unty Record to be sent for and poems written by the child- the coming year to his father-in- ren in her second grade. Karla law, eo. K. Owen at Blue Val- Kadavy, Latin teacher in the ley Lutheran Home, Hebron, Belleville High School, iscussed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heel, Sheila and Jon Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barrett, Don and Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. John Barry, Patty, Jona Kay and Cecil had a 6 o'clock dinner, celebrating their parents, Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Bunch's 40th wedding anniversary at the Robert Heel ho~e Saturday, Dec. 18, 1965. Cecil Bunch, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Bunch of Jewell, and Betva Viola Townsdin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Townsdin, were married Dec. 18, 1925 at the parents home, southeast of Concordia. Rev. Ray Libhart, a former pastor and dear friend, was the officiating minister. (Betty's studiO) RoY. Libhart had present but cancer last spring. The dinner table was with the four-tier heart cake surrounded with tions. Mr. and Mrs. Bunch sented with corsages nations. Gifts from family were open cards, flowers, calls from friends most glorious occasion. Special thanks to all time to remember. poem as it would be written to-" Mahaska, Kans. day using correct English, spell- ing and punctuation, tthen write it a%'ain using present day slang The raeeting closed by singing "America" and the Delta Kappa Gamma song The hostesses serwd delicious refreshments. l[ K'lTTl .rlv l gl & John Deere Im x They went on a tour aiRS. I ARRI' 8r tl IFlF braska by bus to, ~ + 11 Mr. Jake McDonnel called on iowa, ann tol!ne, . Everett Terrill, Tuesday after- . mnna, oyies. sp e + night ann aturaay nor:n, and Mr. John Gleason call- e,uarman d Th. rsday afternoon " " ,ear. and Mrs. Harold Dewey --'- and daughter of Cheyenne, Wyo,I Mankato area young left Friady mornin to return toI tween the ages of 18 their home after spendin the invited to,investigate past week in Kansas City-with sibilities of their +ds father and brought him home Kansas National on Wednesday. Glad to report Candidate School. Mr. Dewey is feeling much bet- The program, which ter and is at his home in For- year, offers qualified moso. opportunity to obtain a Mr. and Mrs. Riley Richard- son, Mrs. Grace Haworth and Mrs. Madeline Miller were din- her mests Sunday of Minnie Sutliff. Mrs. Effie Burgess called at the E!mcr Fitch home Saturday afternoon. M.~'. and Mrs. Everett Terrill caiivd on Mr. and Mrs. Fie]den Fia::;it s, Sunday afternoon. Roy. and Mrs. Alsobrooks call- ::d on Mrs. Grace Haworth, -l'hursday afternoon. and Mrs. Claude Boyles a::d Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Boyles and children attended the 50th Wedding Anniversary of Mrs. Claude Boyles' brother, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cossaart, Sunday at Glad to report Boyles' returned home hospital Tuesday. Mrs. helping out at the Mr. and Mrs. Lowell ols called Friday evening and Mrs. Howard Shott. Mr. Lowell Mr. Curtis Jeffery sion as a second the Guard. The prograra of 12 weekend peka or Hutchinson and day summer field iods. The training is a period of approxima teen months. be accepted from , date until 30 April 1966. Details of the available from your tional Guard Armory South High. Mankato area young are presently attending sas National Guard Officer Candidate derwood, RFD 2, Burr ORDER YOUR NOW! FOR ANY FRIDAY HATCHING Through March, April or May Eggs Set to Order Only; Started Chicks by Request BABCOCK 300 OUR SPECIALTY Nebr. The following are sending Creative Teaching by telling how 204 West Main, Beloit D-alias she creates individual creative work by asking her class to , : write a story as been writt ) + Phone PE . + )