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ewell unl:y Record A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNTY, WE'RE FOR IT. 2 Sections 14 Pages Mankato, Kansas ~bnrk~, February M, If/0 Annual Farm,ersNight In Mankato Will Be Held Tues., March I0 The Research Center Ss com- prised of ~p~ro~mate~ly g5,000 ceres of i~gh~y preduc,tive land tooated ~n Clay Chunky, Nebras- ka. Develo,pment d the Center was started in 1966. R is an*t~e~pa~ed ,the program of an~ma.l research ~t the Cen- ter wi].l require breeding-a~e female ~o~.la~tions of 5,000 cat- tle, and 10,000 sheep, a~ong with 500 ~i~ers of pigs per year. The pragram ~ill evertttra.~y involve ,the e~fo~ts o~ a~out 92 scientists and 275 s'u~or~t per- so~ne~. New Equipment At Jewell County Hospital ~eka. Wilbur Wel~b, the re- presen,~tive, demonstra~ted the use of the equipment, from a mechani,cal standpoint, to ~e repistered nurses and nurse's aides. W. E. Schlotterbaek, M.~)., is giving the hosp~ta'l per- sonne~ the techni~ca'l trainin~ and pro~i~r way to iateT~rel the in~orm.~tion ~ro~n a medical standpoinL The m~chine cost $2553.00. 'I'he whole cost 0~ the machine ~as paid from donations which b:ave been received ~r the hos- pital equipment ~,und. ~e anmml Farmers Ni,g~i speaker ,this ~,ear is recognized has become a popular event and as an ot~tstanding ~z+.hori~J on ~anlva, to merchan,ts are ~ooking the many ~a~ets of the ~v~ fo~ard to seeing their farmer industry. friends again this year. The Mankato Upsets No. I Ranked Team in State The 'M~ankato Cougars p.utled the biggost upset of r~he season FNdaT n~gbt by defeating the I~in'co.ln ,Leop~acds 57 t'o ~I on ~he ~ocal court, bi~ct~ln was un- defeated for t~he season, prior to 4~h.is ,game, and h,ad a 17-0 re,cord and w~s ~a:ted number one in ,the sta,te in C~ass AA. Coa,~h Bob R0,1:dn'son's cagers have shown ~eady im~pr~ve- merit th'is year and in the last few ,~ames ,h~a've been lataying excellent ,Uatl. The vi,etory Fri- day niSht was aeeorn~I~shed by excel'le~t team :pll,ay. "l'ihe five s~atters all p,layed a ~fine game. The !Mank,a,to *tans *are ex- tremely ,proud of ~Js club .and its coach. SLa, rting the season with only one regular, G.reg l~iamond, ,returnin, g Sr~m last year's championsl~ip team, the Coug, ars Ira.re developed ,into a ~ine, well b aLl.aneed ~e'am. The victory F,r:iday nighl givea Man- kate a record of 8 wins and {our defeats in league play and a 'second pla,ce tie with S~mith Center. The season's record is i ca~ed in the patient's room. It is ~r~g on top of the chest of dra~vers. Mrs. Gering is holding the two electrical gaOgetz wh~ich are placed on the pa~ien`t's Orlenta~lon Course For Volunteers Friday, Feb. g7 Jeweg Cotm~, ~vil'l have an ovgan_ized ~greup ~,f trained vol- tmteers a'va',rl~3ae ~or Friendly V'm~,tin, g $or its older persons ib)lo~in,g an urien~tafion course to he held 'FNSay, February 27. 1~0, at the V.F.W. ~3ttiMir~g, for the time period frem 10:0~ a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p,m. to 3:00 p.m., aCc~,rding to Virginia ~ti, o.h!Lmeier,~';,,* ~hairman, and Bm'ba~a Snyder, eo-vl~air- man, who are in cl~a,vge o~ nmk- ing the ~oval arran gemer;ts. T~e ~raining ~#ill be given by ~hvard M. ~-lbrton, staff mem- ber from the Di,vision af Ser- class for ,the Aging, Sta!te De- partment of S~cial~ WelSare, and w~ consist of two ~r#o-hour ses- sions. C~n~ent of the course w il~ cover a~udes el)out older peo- i~e and abont the aging pro- tess, and the needs and poten- Ua~s of olde~ people--nblt just Itmir ~ysieal needs, but their need Ix) be in, voNed as much as pmsible in w~at is goirtg on around them and Itheir need to im've ~me s~ta;tus as indiwidua~s. W'~Re the needs ~f the e~der person ma~" nat be m~ch differ. ent than those o~ indiv&l~als of ~her age ~oups, the manner f# meeting these needs may di~er. Hi~ f~znfly mawr ldve a~ far distant points, and his friends, ~oo, raay be gone. For ~ck ~ ~anspo~tation the older person wra~ be tmah~e to con- tinue Ns church or C~:b at- tendance and ~ithd:ra~v in:to a,n isal~ted wa~ af livdng th*att cI2en pram~es both physical and mental d~terior~tion. ~eeause a phys~eat ~imi~tion ~hieh keeps ~irn housObound, he may be tmab4e to get next d~or so that he soon loses contact even w~th h,ls neighbors. ~llhe program ds se~ up ~ith ~pec~c oais in mind. The vis- t~s are made on a re~Sar and contlnuin~ basis so ~at ~he ald- er person knows ~en to expeot them ~tnd forms a r~Lher ~e rela~n~h~ ~ith emmoone on ,Nmm he can depend. qhe ~epv~e ~ be a~lable in tbe c~m. chest ~hen the de~febriLla,tor is in use. The co:~is on the gad- gets are plugged in the de~'e- briLlator, wbieh Js s.itting on t~ o~. the emergency cart. rrmn.iCy in need or' i~ reg, ardless of their finan~cial or social ~attts. A~I requests or inquMes are to be made ~to Mrs. Gene (Bar~a,ra) Snyder ~ho is in a pos~tion to give a more detaJ.led exolarmtion o,f the procedures. 12 ~ins and ~even de,eats. The Cousars w~l~ ~#lay Dwvns at 7:00 p.m. Thursday', Febrtmr~ ~, in the D,Ntrict Class AA tournament at Smith Center, The score by q~arters Friday night v~a,s 19-11, 31-21, 42,-40, and 57-51. In the "~" team cont~t, Manl~to defeated Lirmala ~,4~. Coach Don Anderson's dub played one of 1~ ~i~ Of the season. The seo~e by qu,ar~ers was 9-8, 24-g,1, 41-~1, and 53-45. The Mankato . Fresl~ne~, c~a.ched ~by Jol~ Jbnes, pl~Jed a real good ba],l game and de- fe~ted Lincaln 49-40. The scm'e by quarters was: 10.1if, ~-~, 35-35, and 4!M0. IAneoln has an exee'Aenlt ba.s.ko'~ball pr~'vam and the Mankato Coa~.rs cli- maxed a fine aeason by win. rring all three ~ames Frid~ r~i~ht ,from strong oi~onents. The box scores: Mankato Varsity, 57 t~d Beck 6 1 1 13 Greg Diamond 7 1 3 15 Rodney Hancock 3 5 411 M~ke Si,mon 4 3 4 11 Pred R~)se ~ 3 2 7 David Badger 0 0 0 0 Totalls 22 13 14 57 Mankato "B", 53 J. iM. ,Mc~aley 1 1 4 3 George Je~sen 3 3 .3 9 Stove Dodd3 0 3 6 S.~annon !Mlynar IrE 2 2 24 D~vid Badger 3 1 4 7 Ron Simon '1 2 I 4 Bob .Freeman 0 0 ,1 0 S~teve Sr~ydetr 0 0 0 0 Kirk O~t 0 0 O 0 Don Neilson 0 0 0 0 John Weltmer 0 0 0 0 To~a'l~ ~ 9 18 58 Mankato Freshmen, 49 B~b Robinson 5 ~ 3 l~ick Dia'n~rond 4 2 3 10 TLm ~Dodd 3 $ 2 9 Wade Alexander ~ 0 0 8 R~Ck Leeec3 0 ~. 6 &~ck Beck I 1 4 $ Mark Munsey0 0 0 0 J,a,ck :~cGrew 0 0 '1 0 Warren Heinen 0 0 0 0 Bill ,B~ek,~tood 0 ~ 0 1 Jack Alorn0 0 0 0 Charles Harder 0 0 0 0 Total~ 20 9.15 49 District Basketball Toure-.~t At Smith Cemter February The .DistriCt Chss AA'Bask~t. ball T0urrmment ~vi~ be held SmRh Center Tkursda~, and Friday, .February ~7. The competing .teams will* be Man- kato, Smith Cen~er, Down~; and O~borne. Thtmsc~ay n~g~t, [~/~aakato w~ phay ,Do~vns et 7:00 p.m. wR~ Smith Center and Osborne l~a~'- ,ing ~t 8:30 p.m. The thlrd place game wJU be Friday, F~ary 27, at 7:00 p.m. The ,winners Th,ursday niglzt's games Volunteers Entertain Hospital Patients With A Bingo Party The volunteers enter:ta~iaed the Senior Reside~,ts of ,:~he Jew- 11 Coun~ty Ho.~ip,i`tal on Thursday r~ternoon, February ICth. ,~ 1:00. The v~lunteers who helped th~s week were ~sther H,adges, E~ta Nees, Ruby ~K~ale, Virginia Rig~tlmeier, and ~Barbar~a Sn~- der. If you would ~ke ,to volunteer your services, please call M~'s. Gene ,Ba.~bara) Sn,yder, 378- 39110. There is going ,to be a train- ing session held at ~he V.F.W. Bundling on Yriday, February 'X~h. The sessions ~vi,l.l be from 10:00 ,to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Please come ~nd invLte others to a~- tend. It's a ~ery interesUng ~nd inf~rma,tive course abou~t our volun,teer work with our Senior Citizen. The course wE1 be presemed t~y Edward ~. ttor- ton.~ s~a~[ member Ir,am 'the IN. vision of Services or i'.he Agir~g, State Depar0men~ o~ S~,cial Wel. fare, To@eka, Kar~sas. IAves Far Away From Home ~ks I overheard one gen~deman who h'ad travaled a grea~ dis- ~nee say at the Ionia Cen~en- n'ia~ ~aat year, '%Ie was n~ far a~y ~,rom borne, but far from where he kived." This has been mY ~eeting for lhe past twelve years that the service has kept me aw~ay Smm '~Iome" ~aen- ever I am a~hle to return to Jewe~l ~mlty, btrt one d the thiRgs that does rrmke me fed ~t "H,)me", ~'hen t am nat there, ~ ~the Je~ve~l County Rec- ord; therefore I ~ en~osirtg a m~n~ order ~r another year's ~i~tian. Jerry L. Rose, U~N Junea~ (LP~-IO) tartgle a~ 8:30 p.m. Frid~ in the c~ampionshL9 cor~test. A ~a~ge crowd is ex, peeted to fotl.c~v the Cougars to 6mSth Center for ~#he tourrmmenL ~anka`to has played its best ball o,f the season in recent flames and goes i~to tottrmament play ~n topm~tx~h fon'n. Eva Myers Ammuno~ For Clerk of the Dl~'l~t Court Dva ~yers, ~a.nk~to, has aa- ~munced her candidacy for clerk o~ the district Court. ~. ~&y- ors, w~o spem over six yea r~ wopkir~g in the country clerk's office, ,the h~ 3 years ~nd 10 months of which she was de. piety county 'clerk, is a Re~ ~can. FFO 6an m* Eva, wlm ~s ;the widow df the late Lawverrce lM*yers, a Je~el~ (Xmatty she~, h~ts one d~ ter, L~aro~, ~ho is a ~m,or i, Ma~to 'H~gh Sdtoot. Eva was born in Jewdl Cotm. W. She is ~e da~ter ~ Lhe rate ~dv. and $4rs..Alex ~&ein- n~...n of Jew~. Mrs. M~yers plans to make an e~.ens~e ~mtgn and w~l visit raters in all pm~s ~ the cm~ty. ~ ~ll ap~reet~e ~r