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MARCH 2, 1967 WEATHER Clyde Reed, official weather observer, reports a high tern- perature of 66 degrees Wednes- day, March 1, and a low of 9 degrees Friday, Feb. 24. There was no moisture. LIONS CLUB NOTES National Advertising Representative '/'lie last meeting for Febru- KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. arv was held Monday night at 701 Jackson, Topeka, Kansas 66603 the Connnunity Building. Solicitations for tile birth- ....... ~ day calendar were turned m. Any outstanding should be I can show to any human TIONAL NEWSPAPEI corn l,~ 'n " ''----~ .... bein- let me do ;t . .... a p ctcd a d turned m to ,~(__1 [A SS~(~'~TI~f~ not defer it for I shall not e Secretary not hirer than ~i~.~ IL--~k'J / I nas~ this way a,,-~-" this weekend. ~:~ , ~ : r + " ~ ..... ] The Club will sponsor a high ..... Second Class Postage Paid at [school student to attend the 'WELL COUNTY RECORD the Post Office, Mankato,I Slate Band Convention again M. 76, No 38, printed week- Kansas 66956. [this year. 'at Mankato, Kansas 66956. ..... [ Beginning in June. our Club -~- ;~uDserlp[lons: [will meet on the second and ,,v~_ .. ----------~-"--'7. $3.00 per year in Jewell fourth Thursday Iff the month. -he ~ewspaper or deweu County and surroundingA short program was offered County" counties (Smith, Osborne, by the sons of Lion Virgil Mitchell,Cloud, Republic Beougher. THE BOYD FAMILY counties in Kansas, and The next meeting night will Owners and Publishers Nuckolls and Webster court- be March 13. ties in Nebraska ................ W. BOYD, JR., Editor $4.00 a year elsewhere. Frank Moyers To Celebrate Frank Boyd, Associate 551h Wedding Anniversary Editor Subscribers are asked to notify this office at once Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer good thing that I when they have a change of will celebrate their 55th wed- or any kindness that address, ding anniversary Sunday, March 12th, at their home in Mankato. Open house will be held from 2:00 to 4:00. The family requests no gifts, please. FOR ItOME FOLKS M. A. B. Rep. Dierdorff Will Be In Mankato Saturday is good to wallow in good for little else. -mab- l'he poverty program is not Before Rome fell, the were entertained with circuses. -mab- ~rob]cm is that we are a war of today, with of tomorrow - but the leadership of yes- - Clipped. -mab- ~'here is one business and Profession which thrives every community and in times and bad times. It the professional fault finder the business of grumbling. fault finder needs no for his profession business can be without money, without without character and the backing of anyone. -mab- lbugabillty Gallagher, manager of Associated Press. said: Americans doubt the of almost every- and are immune to hum~ ~bility. Gallagher said the war has promoted trend toward cynicism in United States, Readers 'ed up with muddled, con- facts about the war many government He pointed to U. S., dug in North Vietnam as ;ability" that has American peo- Again quoting Gallagher: a week last fall, we Secretary McNamara as saying that the buildup in Vietnam be slowed down." Gem Greene of Corps, in an off- Tokyo press con- said they would need men in Vietnam. Two after that Sen, Steenis the figure needed at Confusion multip- Gallagher said. scribe is happy to be on Main Street. again. first at Boogaarts a viist with Mr. and s, John Thronson. John 1 me they had been in Den- for several weeks doctor- That they had also spent Short time in Yuma - Noticed that Lena Mrs. Arch Weaver Were getting their gro- Mrs. Weaverling told that Mr. and Mrs. Max and children would be from Beatrice that even- She also said that Ali~e and Mrs. Lawrence were leaving Friday California for a visit. - Stout. Larry Diamond. Mahaffy and Waiter Ba- at the meat counter seem- to be very busy. Mike and Greg Diamond busy carrying groceries. went to the K and C Cafe Supper. Cora waited on Found Gene and Jose- Tyler, Gene and I are .Operating under a truce. - . Mrs. Bob Gumm, Bill and Mr. and Mrs. Nor- Follis and daughters, and Marcia. of Phillips- Mrs. Follis fs the for- Bert Sterling and a class- ff my granddaughter, Carter came in. He had been visiting with their daughter and hus band, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Burger, and daughters, Linda, Alice and Rebecca, of Belle- ville. The Burgers had been visiting the Carters that day, and returned to their home in Bellevillc. - Visited with Mrs. Clarence Blaylock and she told me that their daughter, Jimme Brown, of Longview, Texas. had visited them last week. - Found Rev. Rose and daughter, Sheryl, trading. Mrs. Helen Murphy and Made- line Diamond were together. Visited with Katherine Vader. Mrs. Francis Frye, Mrs. Ray Dietz and Pauilne Noble. Had a good visit with Mrs. Elton Gilletl of Burr Oak. Mrs. Gil lett is attending junior colleeg at Concordia and makes teh drive back and forth five days a week, but I know that driv- ing alone is no problem for Mrs. Gillett. When she was secretary of the Jewell Coun- ty Historical Society, I have seen her start out alone after a night meeting, when wca ther and roads would have stopped most people. - Satur day night on MS is getting shorter all the time. About the time I got to the R-K Shopper. it was nearly clos ing time. Norman Hesser was leaving. Jerry, Charley, A. L. Hale and Betty Tyrell were still in their places. Harry Tyrell was waiting for Betty. - Others I noticed on MS were George Bechtold, Hazel Harris. Opal Tremble. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Westin Lily Henningsen, Mrs. Keith Halstead and Cindy. I de- cided it was time to go home. Before Saturday Night Rev. Beale of Burr Oak visited the Record elllee on Tuesday, He was accompanied by his wideawake daughter, four year old Karen. - Last week we had a good letter from Amber and Lewis Staf- ford at Berkeley, California. They wrote: "It is beautiful here now. The flowering plums, crabs are in full bloom. The huge Calla lilies are budding. On my walk this morning I saw some beautiful little flowers that looked like pansies, but turned out to be some kind of primrose. - Everyoen sends love. Amber and Lewis. - Last week I had a letter from Ralph Coffin of Russell. He wrote: "I just feel a part of Jewcll County. My grandmother was Mary Ellen Benner. who homessteaded in Jewell County and established the post office at Mayview. Taught school in a sod house. Have the account o1 the be- ginning of the school, the board members, & the names of the pupils. Stone posts, their history and quarrying are a hobby of mine since 939." We had met Ralph when he worked with Max Miller on the Russell Record. Michael Wayne Has Arrived Michael Wayne was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murlin Neilson Feb. 19. 1967. The little chap weighed 7 lbs, 11 ozs. and is welcomed by two brothers and three sisters. Roy Ellsworth spent the weekend in Beatrice. Nebr. at the llome of his daughter, Mrs, Carlos Beardmore, and family. Rep. Arden Dierdorff will be in Mankato Saturday, March 4, at 10:00 a.m. to meet with interested persons at the Club Room of the Correll Hotel. He will discuss activities of the legislature to date. Because o[ the increased tempo of the session, this will probably be the last meeting until after the adjournment of the legislature. Anyone. who is interested in the progress of tile law making body of the state, is cordially invited to attend. Defensive Driving Course Sponsored By Farm Bureau The Jewell County Farm Bureau is sponsoring an eight hour defensive driving course for adults which will be held at the V.F,W. Hall in Mankato on March 13 and 14. The course will be given in two-four hour sesszons. The first half of the course will be g~ven March 13 from 1-5 p.~: and reepated again that even- ing from 711 p.m..Th0 last half of tile course will be given March 14 from 1-5 p. m, and repeated again that evening from 7-11 p.m. We hope that by offering both afternoon and evening sessions on two days that everyone can find a time which will fit their schedule. This course will be taught by Delbert Ekart. Safety Dir- ector of the Kansas Farm Bur- eau. He has had specialized training to teach this course. which is given primarily to teach adult drivers how to pre- vent accidents. No written or oral examination is given fol- lowing this course. Men. as well as women, are encourag- ed to attend, Registration fee of $1.00 will be made for each adult. This covers the cost of materials used by you in the course, Cof- fee and cookies will be served. If additional information is wanted please contact the Farm Bureau in Mankato, or a member of the Farm Bureau safety committee: Mrs. Nelson Keeler, Formoso; Mrs. Ed Marc. Webber; Mrs. Harry Kindler, Burr Oak; or Mrs. Gerald Boylcs. Burr Oak. Win Fourth In Bowling Tournament In the K. B, P. A. mixed couples bowling tournament at Hutchinson a local team, the "Just Mights", placed 4th and will enter the state tour- nament in May. The members of the team are Colleen Lehr- ling, Sam Gillett. Harry Swope and Hazel M. Harris. There were 38 teams in this district participating. Another local team. the "Zippers 4". Cora Carter, Gerald Ault, Orpha Fogo and Joe Howard placed 6th in the Hutchinson Tournament. Mr. Bert Lake left Friday, February 24th for his home in Tacoma. Washington. He Ires ~een in Mankato the past three months visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Edwin Dia- mond, and family. Mr. Lake is an old time resident of Jewell County and always enjoys his visit with old friends: Mr. and Mrs, John Williams of Norton spent the weekend here with his mother and sold ~th~ir farm to Ira PoweR, JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS According to Richar( fitt. Diamond, treasurer, the total I Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rogers. in the Jewell County Hospital f Mr. and Mrs. Loide Nelson. Fund, at noon February28, Doris J. McCammon. 1967, was $36,984.50. t Mr. and Mrs. Oral L. Owen. Donors of $1,000 or more: Sorosis Club, Burr Oak. Paul D. Crangle Mrs. Katharine Nelson. Mrs. John R. Kirk Mr. and Mrs. Alan Czirr. Harry Swope Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bohnert. O. H. Wagner. Mr. & Mrs. George Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Cephas Wilde.Mrs. Ruby Hale. State Exchange Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Mrs. Aria Hills, Mr. and Warne. Mrs. V. A. Hills, and Mr. and Mrs. Vera V. Seirer. Mrs. R. W. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Demp- Officials and Family of Man- sey. kate Packing Co. E.L. Roe. Mrs. George Kramer, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Beoug- and Mrs. A. T. Kramer and her. family. Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Roe. ........ Mr and Mrs A R Wea )Z,:)UU uonallon .... " The First National Bank, verling. Mankato, The Fair Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith. Agency, Mr. and Mrs. F.R. Mrs. Tom Sweet. Fair, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Knisley and the Burr Oak State Bank, contributed a total of $2,500 which will equip two double rooms. Donors of $750: Dr. D. D. Allen (memory of) It was requested that the name of the donor remain anonymous. The Boyd Family. Mrs. A. T. Menhusen, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ralph Waugh. George Bechtold. Mrs. Sarah E. Russell. Helen M. Stafford. Mrs. Mary O. Chandler, Mrs. Emery Beam. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Judy. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Haegert and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hae- gert. Other Donors: Mankato H, D. U. Mankato Garden Club. Mankato Extension Home- makers Unit. Bide-A-Wee club. Mr, and Mrs. John Sink, Esbon. Mrs, Elsie M. Proctor, La Mirada, Calif. Chas. T. Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blay- lock. Mr. and Mrs. Dares Henn- ingsen. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil- beck, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fraass, Grace Hancock. Tom Cavanaugh, Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Thum- reel, Esbon. Mr. a~d Mrs. Ted Thummel, Esbod.' ! ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sutcfiff., MP. and MrSJ Dale Crangle. Mr, s. Idella JOhnson. ~Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rose. awker City. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wolfe. Melvin and Bill Johanek, Esbon. Johanek Bros.. Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moon, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. Lester V. Broyles. Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Stander- wick. Mr. and Mrs. Alva C, Tyler. Mrs. Laura Switzer. Rev. James F. Hoover, St, Theresa's Guild. Mankato Lumber Company. Mid-West Lumber Company. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ross. Burr Oak State Bank and its employees. Melvin LaRue. Mrs. Gall Bliss. Miss Edna Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mart. Esbon. Mrs. Belle L. Crawford. Bruce Corrick, Esbon. Mr. & Mrs. Tom Callaway, Mr. and Mrs. Jon B. Menhusen. Richard L. Diamond. Ira Barnette, Burr Oak. Chris Vandeventer Memor- ial. American Legion Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hale. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Dempsey. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Cortner. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Topliff. Mr. & Mrs. Howard David. Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Myerly. Mrs. Vera E. Thompson. Donald E. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Lehr- ling. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Wilson. Mrs. O. D. Vance. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Doud. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Under- wood. Mrs. Perry Kier. Mrs. Ruth Colson. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mayse, Mrs. I. N. Chilcott. Mrs. Velvia Kindler. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Loomis. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hul- bert. Ira Huntsinger, Mr, and Mrs. Teddy Mof Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Nejes- chchleb. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Rehmert. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Van Meter. Mrs, Magnus Hanson. Mrs. Wilma Underwood. Mrs. William Lagergren. Blanche Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Finley Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John Zadina. Mrs. L. H. Stedman. Mrs. Hazel M. Seals. Mrs. Pearl Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wcstin. Mrs. Angeline Eilert. Ella Colson. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jones. Elsie Howard. Elsie Howard. Lela Lamb and Mrs. Stella Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Trubey. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Alcorn. Mr. & Mrs. William Dauber. Mr. and Mrs. (2. L. Gates. Mr, and Mrs. Carl McElroy. Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Hamilton, Mr. & Mrs. Clarence E. Snyder, C. V. Cortner. Mr. and Mrs. David Rohla. Mr. & Mrs. Jim Murray. Eva Myers. Grace Jenkins. Mrs, C. M. Hanson. Mr. & Mrs. Murrell Gra- ham. Mr. & Mrs. Walter Rourke. Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Davis. Mrs. Vivian M. est. Geneva est. Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Bunch, Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Stouffer. Mr. & Mrs. Roy Crouch. Mr, & Mrs. John Perdue. Mr. & Mrs. Laynard Shearer. Mr, & Mrs. ~lk~,~v~di ,Rath- bun: Mr. & Mrs. Norman Plet- cher. Mr. and Mrs Jim Gunter. Mr. & Mrs. Leo. B. Parsons. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Crouch. Mr. & Mrs. Dale Seirer. Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Alexan- der. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Under- wood. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. Don Walker. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Wagner Liberty Club. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hanson. Roy Ortman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean. Mr. & Mrs. Milford Oat. Mr. & Mrs. Ray Smith. Mr. & Mrs. Chester Hanson. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Parsons. Mr. & Mrs. Andy Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Meyer. Donald & Everett Siemon. Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Bossen. Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Bennett. Mr. & Mrs. Roy F. Eilers. Mrs. Frank Queen. Mr. & Mrs. E. O. Berg. Hazel M, Harris. Mr. & Mrs. Forrest Colson. Mrs. John Schlutow. Inez M. Anderson. Mrs. John Gilliam. Mrs. Lewis Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hancock. Mr. & Mrs. H. R. Tyrell. Mr.& Mrs. Harold M~Cam- mon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson. Mrs. Glenn Love. Rev. and Mrs. W. D, Buck- ley. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Peter- SOft. Mr. & Mrs. Don Miskimon. Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bradrick. Mr. & Mrs. Ted Hodges. Etta Nees. Mr. & Mrs. Newell Davis. Mr. & Mrs, Duane Wiley. Mrs. M. L. Shively. Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Carpenter. Mr. & Mrs. Ed Gasper. Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Murray. Mr. & Mrs. Henry L. Dia- mond, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Wils- man. Harry H. Bingham. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Huffman. Mr, & Mrs. J. C, Haworth. rMr. and Mrs. Marvin Walk- e, Mr. & Mrs. Lanny Dick. Mr. & Mrs. Newell AxteU. Mr. & Yh'a, John Hi~, IC Lucy Wiley. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Switzer. Mr. & Mrs. Willis Buster. Mr. & Mrs. Marvin McCam- men. Mrs. Ellen Noller. Mrs. Edith est. Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Axelson. George R. Neilson. Mr. & Mrs. Clarence P. Meeker. Mr. & Mrs. Don Mahaffy. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Zadina. Progressive Club.. Edwin and Maye Balch. Mr. & Mrs. Gayle Cristman. Mr. & Mrs. Howard Elkins. Mr. & Mrs. James Millstead Mr. & Mrs. Earl Murray. Mr. & Mrs. Herald Thomp- son. Mr. & Mrs. Emmett Hoyt. Mr. & Mrs. Emil Lange. Mr. & Mrs. Bill Lange. Paul Lange. Mr. & Mrs. Earl Leonard. Mr. & Mrs. Rodney McCam- mon. Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Newlin. Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Hughes. Mr, & Mrs. Mark Murray. Mr. & Mrs. Fred Zimmcr- man. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond O'Hara. Mr. & Mrs. Harry D. Smitii. Mr. & Mrs. Arden Clegg. Mankato Fire Department. Mr. & Mrs, Chester Leonard. Levi Murphy. Roy Reece. Mr. & Mrs. Vern Scarrow. Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Powell. F. H. Fulton. W. O. Eisenman. Ethel Olson. Max L. Van Ornam. Frank Herrmann. Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Russell. Mr. & Mrs. Dwayne Crispin. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blauvelt. Mr, & Mrs. G. C. Hudiburgh Mr. & Mrs. Clare Roe. Mr. & Mrs. Talmage Steele. Loran Platt. Jay Platt. Alvin F. Nelson. Mr. & Mrs. Lewis B. Tay- lor. Mr, & Mrs. Ray Howell. John W. Love, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Zade. Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Wright. Mrs.Ward Ozmun, Mrs.Bess Kramer. Mrs,Lena A. Greene. Mr, & Mrs. Edwin Walker. A, J. Wyatt. Mr. & Mrs. Glen Davenport. Marie & Kenneth Lynch. Mary Goetz. Mr. & Mrs. Merle Blew. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Silsby. Mr. & Mrs. Chester Brown. Elvira White. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Reed. Rag EllswoPth Mi-s. Qeorge Huntington. Mr. & Mrs. Luther Wilson. Mr. & Mrs. Delmar Royles. Mr. & Mrs. John H. Blay- lock. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black- stone. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Roe. Mr. & Mrs. Dew Stansbury. Mr. & Mrs. Lyle Reece. Cecil Dazey. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Page. Mr. & Mrs, Wilbur Becker. Mr. & Mrs. John H. Fer- guson. Mr. & Mrs. Dale E. Ruth- child. Mrs. A. H. Sweet. Mr. & Mrs, E. C. Petcrson. Mr. & Mrs. C. D. Houghta- ling. Daisie Nelson, Otis Thompson. Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Broyles. Mr. & Mrs. Dale Park. Miss Hattie Lutz. Miss Nellie Lutz. Mr. & Mrs. Glean Grout, St. Will Johanek. Mrs George Kindler and Roy Kindler. Mrs. W. C. White. Mrs. A. A. McBride. Mankato Golf Club. Mrs. Jennie Olson. Superior Motor Parts. Richard Burns, Dr. and Mrs. Mcrwin D, Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hiltgen. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bailey. Mankato FRII)AY - SATURI)AY - SUNDAY MARCIt 3 - 4 - 5 Starting at 7:30 p.m. A RARE OF BOLD YOIINI tOVtllS...r i to meet tlw dan 'l of the Wutt JAMES STEWART" MAUREEN OHARA BRIAN ]filTH JULIET MILLS. DON GALLOWA1 ALSO A WALT DISNEY SHORT: "I)ISNEYLANi) AFTER DARK" I Dill. Mrs. Bessie Kuiken. Miss Rachel Bales. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Blecha, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Suehs- land Mr. and Mrs. Alt)ert Sharp. Mr. & Mrs. tlarold Ahrens. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kise- singer. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Soash. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kier. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ramey. J. E. Green. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korb. Mrs. Corn l.aunchbaugh. Grace Black Memorial by Clarence Black. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carter. K & C Care. Mr. and Mrs. Robert t)st. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Basart. Mr. & Mrs. Chas. McGinnis. Mrs. Hiram Sevcrsnn Gertrude Howard. Memorial for Arthur Lichty. Mr. & Mrs. Johnson Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Rafferty. Mr. and Mrs. Finlay Munro. Mr, and Mrs. Everett Pal- mer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frink. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dietz. Mr. and Mrs. tl. R. Tyrell. Mr. & Mrs, Marvin Chilcott. Mr. and Mrs. D. K, Balch. Mr, & Mrs. K. G. Ball. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Lance. l)r. and Mrs. Robert D. Simon. Mr. and Mrs I1. R. Rhea. Mr. and Mrs. Neolin Taylor. Mr. and Mrs l)ouglas R, am sey. Mr. and Mrs. I,(,l{oy Eaton. Flower Lovers Club. Mr. and Mrs Bob G. New ell. Mr'. and Mrs. Kin'win Korh. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Stepp. Mr. & Mrs. Ernmett I,ewis. Mr. & Mrs. Orville llafner, Mr. & Mrs. R. R. Richard SOIl. Mr. & Mrs. (;;try (;arrnHn. Mr. & Mrs. Clifford McCune. Mr. and Mrs. John Howell. Mr. & Mrs. Roy Brandun. Mrs Bessie M. Burton. Rcv. and Mrs Roscoe Also- J Mr. and Mrs. NelsOn Keeler, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bevy. Mrs. Bert Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills Mrs. Avis Hoard. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kinney, Mr & Mrs. Stanley Ozraun, Oshorne Co. F. U, Co-op, Assn. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wiley, Mrs. Mabel Lorimor. Ralph and Ava Cramer. Mr. and Mrs. Claque PCt. SOIl. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Wil~la, Ross Ault .......... Mr. & Mrs. Carl O. Laomts. Mr. and Mrs. EarneM. Noller. Mr. and Mrs. Verl A. Mendenhall. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stimma, Mr. and Mrs, Rex Seirer. Mr. and Mrs, M. H. Klso singer. ,, , Callie Spielman. ~, ()scar Hanson. Pleasant Hour Club. Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. StoU~i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Basel Mr. and Mrs. Gerald FlshtE; Mr. & Mrs. Herman M~,el'L Mr. and Mrs. Charles COl- SOIl. Mrs. James M. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Jam~ W, Scott. Mr. and Mrs. L. D, Bra~t, Icy. A. T. Thompson. Mrs. Lena H, Smith. Al- buquerque, N. M. John H. Alsop Sand Co. Mr. and Mrs. Roy K~I~', Mr. and Mrs. John Diilmar~ Mrs. Opal Teeple. d & d Oil Company, Mr. and Mrs. Nm'~ml aacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin ,,~, l)unstan. Mr. +and Mrs. Clomer .~,.: Mr. and Mrs, Alvin l~all, Jl~. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle ~Wll~, Meml)rial for Mrs. Reed from Seventh Day ~- venl.lst Church, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F, xm~ valsky. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meg. Bcryle Jacobsen. A. R. ,lacobson. Grace Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K~, Mr. Beck. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Fearing. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hale. Mr. and Mrs. John Beam. Mrs. Sue Green. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Moran. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rafter- ty. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Rohla. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blay- lock. Mr .and Mrs. Newell Alex- ander. Mrs. Helen RusselI. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Kale. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Leonard. Mrs. Beulah Brinkworth. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stephens. Mankato Eager Beavers. Appreciation of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lichty's 4-H Work by Mankato Eager Beavers. Mr. and Mra. Ra moad Me-' and Mrs. Clarence brooks. Mr, & Mrs. Floyd Olena. Mr, & Mrs. tlarVl'y Fogo. Mr. and Mrs. George E. ttoldren. Mankato Livestock Cotnmis- sion Co. Mr. and Mrs Glenn Tyler. Ulin Davis. Mr. and Mrs. George Putt. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Reager. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Col- son. LeeCorvis (Crop Care). Mr.and Mrs. ttallie Moser, Mr.and Mrs. Lawrence Moser. Mr. and Mrs, Chrissie Ah- rens. Mr. and Mrs. George Whar- ;on. Mrs. Nellie Handley. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kindler. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Boyles. Mrs, HeJen Rtmselh Willard Johnson. M r. and Mrs. Will~ Jones, Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Murrl~l, Jacobsen Grain Suppl~,, Mrs. Ethel Dunstan. Mrs. Lucy Bledsoe, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Warren morial by Formoso L~ 226 A. F. & A. M, Mrs, Lulu Jaeobs. Mr. and Mrs. Peteete. Pat Sullivan. :.? Mr. and Mrs. Edwl~ ~t~+ :': mend. Girl Scouts Will ~ell ( The Girl Scouts cookies beginning The girls have a lot cookies to sell Cremes, Mints, Call your favorite now to be sure eookim you want, t q N, "V