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Mankato, Kansas
February 26, 1970     Jewell County Record
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of ~anka~to and Mr. and Mrs. & Everywhere Dale Seibe and boys af Jensen. N0br. were Saturday evening p~easant supper gues.bs of t'he Or,viTle in the 30'~ Gunlicks familT and at:tended ~the bas keeba,ll game aS Fair- ttamilton famiily bury, Nebr. Ted iibdge:~ ,Mr. and Mrs. Verne S,carr:~w RMERS NIGHT en.te~tained with a card party for several Dzniltes Saturday evening. iMr. and ~lYIrs. Clarence BSay- ~ock were Sunday visi~tovs at the home of {M.r. and {Mrs. Wayne Bl'ay,]ock. iMr. arid .Mrs. Ted Hedges and ;l~[r. and Mrs. Ra@Jh Hamilton and Scott uf *Manka;~o were Sun- day visitors o~ the Ben B~anken ~famfly a,t Benning;ton. A dinner was held in honor e~ {Mrs. H,o~ges' and Denise Blanken's birthdays. [Mrs. Susie Ba~']ey called at he Ol arence Blaylock home one mvrnin~g last week. {Mr& Pearl Murray ~ E~ Ca- jan, Ca~. cglled her sister, ~rs. Esther Hedges, tbr bi~th- day greetirtgs Saturday. --Gealie Bla~,lock. {MT. and ~Irs. Verl {Michael are assisting at the Chandler home while ~s. C~an~er is in the h~spi~tal. L'V[rs. M:~c.hael is a sister of {Mr. C~and.ler. ~Ir. and :Mrs. C. Jackson were ~s~tvrs of tile John Conr~ds and Dr. 0bert in Red Cloud last week. ~r. J~ckson hadn't seen Dr. Obert for 25 years and they had a ~ice visiL ]Poetry Page In Salina Journal ~e Sa~ina Journal, in the Stmday, Fob. 22 paper, printed a poetry purge. ~wo Je~vell O~un~ty re~iden,ts had poems prineed. The paeans by Robert W~-ttson, ~omrl~so, and {M_ichael ~ourke, Mankato, are prin~d below: Love, I think it's like hair that blows In the wind and falls to the rain-- Oftentimes it falls in your face and Tickles your nose and plays around Your ears and is fun to touch-- farme~ ia the County is cordially to a,ttend Farmers Night in Man- ~esday, iVlarch 10 The dinner will 7:00 pa~:ao ~{~ '{he Manka~o Armory. event is sl~onsored bythe Man- of Commerce. head of Animal Research ~y Center, Nebraska, will be the in :the County can ol~tain a Free tan "either exchange the above eou- ticket at a~y ,business house in Man- can mall the coupon to: Chamber of M~nkat~, Kansas 66956, and a ticket to you. For Tickets Must Be Filed, By Love, like hair. ~ . Yes, such a wonderful thing To ponder; It grows and is soft And demands caring and is Beautiful in the sun. See it shine in the day and lay Across my pillow at night~ See its many colors and moods-- Do you understand love? Is love different for all people and All times? I just wonder with you, My friend . . Michael Rourke Lawrence Last Sweep The ERgle Flight is back and the choppers have lifted away. The fluttering rumble fading and now The soldiers are coming back inside the wire. Every day this happens Usually with a lot of noise-. Bragging and arguing about who found what and can he keep it, Or how many enerrty so-and-so got And laughter. Harsh laughter maybe-- Bitter and a little add, but still laughter. ~ot today. Sergeant Cromer stepped on a booby-trapped artillery shell And it killed him. He just got promoted 2 days ago; His wife had a new baby boy last month And 2 other kids besides. And now their father is on his way homo In a plastic bag. And it's a shame and a waste and a sorry thing And it shouldn't have happened. Sergeant Cramer was a nice guy And a damned good man. There aren't enough of his kind of people in the world- And especially not, in the Army, Without the good ones, The really few-of-a-kind straight people Getting blown up in little pieces. And another sweep, another day is over And the soldiers don't have much to say. Robert Watson 25th Infantry Division Vietnam Record Classifieds fast results. brin~ SEWEI.~ COUNTY RECORD Thursday, February 26, 1970 Page 7 - Section 1 Cut Baby Pig Scours by 2/3! Down with scours and up with profits . . . that's what Walnut Grave's new Red, White and Blue pig starting program i s formulated to do for you. From 306 com- parison tests involving , over 1700 pigs, Walnut Grove has developed a pig starting program that will reduce scours by 2/3, im- prove feed conversion by 7.6% and out-perform the old "4x4" program by 4.7% overall. May I help you "lower the boom" on baby pig scours? Larry Davis 879-3945, Superior, Nebr. Jewell and Mitchell Walnut W. 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