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A CONSOLIOATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE,. JEWELL COUNTY MON ITQi~ AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF I~r's FOR JEWEI.L COUI~TY, WE'RE FOR IT No. 39. 2 Sections - 1| Pages Mankato, Kansas Thursday, March 9, 1967 I I' Senate Resolution No. 13 I Mankato Methodist church, a By Senator Voss I former Rotarian, and served i ] at one time as secretary-trea- . ~ ,~ ~d ~~'~: A RESOLUTION relating toI surer of the Salvation Army ~| , + , the death of Alvah T.Men-[ service unit in Mankato; and t ~i { hUsen. [ WHEREAS, Alvah T. Men- I WHEREAS, Alvah T. Men-I husen served as a member of husen, a former memberof lthe Senate during the regular the Senate, departed this life[ sessions of 1961 and 1963, and June z0, 196~, at the age of during the 1962 and 1964 bud- fifty-flee (55) years; and I get sessions; and also in the WH '.REAS, Mr. MenhusenI 1964 special session of thelegis- was born July 1, 1910 in De-1 lature: and lavan, Illinois and came toI WHEREAS, In the death of Kansas as a child. He attended[ Alvah T. Menhusen, this state Kansas Wesleyan at Salina and [ and his community have suf- Kansas State University atlfered a great loss: Now, Manhattan. He spent ten yearsI therefore, as a rural teacher, principalI Be It resolved by the Senate and administrator in Jewel]] of the State of Kansas: That County and eighteen years asI we extend to the surviving rel- superintendent of schools forI atives of Alvah T. Menhusen " Jewell County. He was a for-] our most sincere sympathy; mer president of the Kansas/ and association of county superin-{ Be It further resolved: That tendents. In 1957 he joined a/ the secretary of the Senate be textbook publishing firm andI directed to send enrolled cop- was their state manager for[ ies of this resolution to his three states. He resigned Feb-I widow, Mrs. Alvah T. Men- ruary I, 1960. He also hadI husen, Mankato, Kansas; a farming interests. I son Jon; and a daughter, Mrs. He was a trustee of theI Jan Smock, both in care of l Mrs. Alvah T. Menhusen. e to take examina- obtain licenses and it to raise the age 14 to 16 for a re- license and from 16 to driver's license. to change date of prt- Was killed. The period on urban pro- Was lowered from 18 to has been passed to the state income tax per cent of federal to 10 per cent. This been sent to the gee- bill. The turnpike problem hasn't been resolved yet by the legislature. The Fair Hous+ ing bill was killed in commit- tee. Jewell County constituents of Rep. Dierdorff appreciate his taking the time to come here for these legislative ses- sions. Arden is a highly re- spected member of the le~.is- lature with fine seniority. He is chairman of the roads and .highways committee and has other responsible committee assignments, Front row, left to dght:. Dwight Holdren, George Seamans, Arian Folsom, and Roger Oplinger. Back row, left to right: Assistant Coach Richard Ross, Tom Grennan, Allan Wanki , Jim Varney, Mike Nulty, Alan Blrdseli, Bill Wilson, and Coach Jim Krob. eau. He I~as had specialize'o Jewellis sponsoringCUntYanFarmeight training to teach this course, Tee Jewell Wildcats, coach- :fensive driving course ~hich is given primarily to ed by Jim Krob, played out- Its which will be held at teach adult drivers how to pre- stanaing ball to win the Class .W. Itall in Mankato on vent accidents. No written or "B" regional title at Phillips- 13 and 14. oral examination is given fol- burg. In me finals they de~eat- Ourse~will be given in lowing this course. Men, as ed Alton, another excellent r hour sessions. The well as women, are encourag- team, 71-58. Jewell takes a It of the course will be ed to attend, season's record of .~3 wins and {arch 13 from 1-5 p.m~ Registration fee of $1.00 will 1 defea~ to the state tourna- tted again that .even-. be made for each adult. This ment at Dodge City this week. n~ 7-11 p.m. The laJt covers the cost of materials, Alton finished the season with the course will , e,given used by you in the course. Cof-I a record of 21 wins and 2 de- 14 from 1-~ p. m. and fee and cookies will be served, feats. In the third place con- again that evening If additional;information is test, Bogue defeated Lucas 69 11 p.m. We hope that wanted please contact the to 63. Bogue had a season's ring both afternoon and Farm Bureau in Mankato, or record of 19 wins and 6 de- I sessions on two days a member of the Farm Bureau feats and four of the losses eryone can find a time safety committee: Mrs. Nelson were to Alton. Luc is had a Will fit their schedUl:l Keeler, Formoso; Mrs. Ed season's record of 17 wins and Course will be taug t Marr, Webber; Mrs. Harry 3 defeats. This was a strong trt Ekart, Safety Dir- Kindler, Burr Oak: or Mrs. regional and the Jewell tea& the Kansas Farm Bur- Gerald Boyles, Burr Oak. dominated the tourney with its fine play. they defeated Lucas 80 to 62. The Jewell box scores for the three games: Jewell 80; Loners 63: Oplinger, 27 points; Varney, 8: NuRy, 18: Seamans 9; Fol- sore, 8; Holdren, 6; Wanklyn, 4; Birdsell, 0. Jewell 80; kucas 62: Oplinger, 24: Varney, 13: Nulty, 21: Seamans, 4; Fol- sore, 14; Holdren, 4. Jewell 71; Alton 58: Oplinger, 15; Varney, 8; -Nul* ty, 28; Seamans, 7; Folsom, 9; Holdren, 4. Jewell meets Denison at the State Tournament at hedge City at I'.30 p.m, Wednesday. ,_. All Jewell County people are proud of this excellent Jewel] team and are pulling for them SENIOR the end of the day. In the march to the finals, +.o win the state at Dodge City er characters include snobbish Jewell won from Lenora Wed- this week. This team has the CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING MONDAY ! The regular March meeting of the Mankato Chamber of Commerce was held Monday noon, March 6, in the Club Room at the Correll Hotel. President Mike Stout had charge of the meeting. Dale Crangle, the secretary-treasur- er. read the minutes of the last DEADLINE NEARS meeting. 1967 WHEAT Rev. Dean Rose reported PROGRAM SIGNUP that the Ministerial Alliance would appreciate it if the mer- Growers were reminded to- chants closed on Good Friday day that March 17, 1967, is the from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. The last day for filing applications group voted to follow this pro- to take part in the 1967 volun- ccdurc, tary wheat program, Leo The financial statement on Obert, Chairman, Jewell Agri- the Jewell County 4-H Fair cultural Stabilization and Con- was presented by James Gun- servation County Committee, ter and a copy of the report points out that signing up is given to each member, the. first necessary step in The president asked for col- qualifying for price support unteers to help put up tables loans and marketing eertifi- Monday and Tuesday for the cate on 1967-crop wheat. No annual Farmers Night at the acreage diversion is provided Armory Tuesday, March 7. under the 1967 wheat program, At his legislative meeting The national average price Saturday Rep. Dierdorff re- support loan rate for 1967-crop ported an effort was still being wheat is $1.25 per bushel, made to bring bus service to available on all the wheat pro- this area. duced on a participating farm According to Melvin Blecha, (but not on wheat stored under highway, representative for the the excess provision). The Chamber of Commerce, the marketing certificate will be annual meeting of the U. S. based on 100 per cent of parity National 36 Association will be as of July 1, 1967, less the an- hold in St. Joseph, Me. March nounced national average loan 17-18. It is hoped that a Man- level of $1.25 per bushel; the kate delegation will attend certificate will be available on this meeting. 36 per cent of a farm's pro- Jim Gunter announced that jected production of its allot- the annual meeting of the Je- ment. well County Livestock Associa- The 1967 voluntary wheat tion will be held at the Buffalo program provides for: (1) Roam Steak House April 4, Substitution of wheat for feed at 7:30 p.m. A meat specialist grains or feed grains for from Kansas State University wheat by growers who take will be the guest speaker~ part in both programs: (2) --~ where requested by the grower RED CROSS FUND DRIVE for the purpose of substituting wheat, the establishment of The Jewell County Red barley base and an oats-rye Cross Chapter has started its base for a farm with produc- tion history of these crops; andi 1967 Fund Drive. The three programs Jewell (3) storage under proper se-i Countians are most familiar curity of wheat produced Inl excess of the farm allotmentl with are the Bloodmobile, the (not to exceed 150 per cent of Swimming Program and the al|otment) by growers who Emergency Leave for military personnel from our county, at signup time declare their: intention to do this. I All these things are success- The current signup period ini ful if we have the money to Jewell County began January carry them out. They will have 23 and will end March 17, 1967,I to be discontinued if our drive Through March 3, 1139 farms is unsuccessful, with allotments totaling 9,300I If you have been asked to help and consented, we know acres had been signed up toI you will do the best you can, participate in the 1967 wheat! If you are asked, please program. Farm operators are urged help, not to postpone filing program Fund Drive Chairman. List Of Names For The Memorial Of Cecil E. Crawford To Jewell County Hospital applications. As the deadline approaches, the county office is likely to be crowded and de- lays inevitable. John G. Perdue, County Office Mgr. Mr. and Mrs. Merley Kind- +er. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mar- Roderlck E. Weltmer has ietta, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth been appointed as a member Do~id, Mrs. Ila WhKley and of the "TITLE COURSE" Boys, Mrs. Mary McCary and Committee by the Executive Edna Frost, Mr. a::d Mrs. Committee of the Kansas Title Bruce Corrick, Mr, Mrs. Association for the year 1967. Max Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Quen- Mr. Weltmer has been District tin Ault, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Chairman for the Kansas Title Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Association for a number of ttawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Milton years. Underwood, Esbon Christian Church, Mr. and Mrs. P.C. Morgantown, W. Va.- The Mendenhall, Hazel and Maxine Department of Orthodontics of Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn West Virginia University Topliff, Mr. and Mrs. Charle: Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly, Laramie, Wyo., Miss Myrl and Ruth Fickel, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Griffith,I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blattner, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Jeffers, Mr. Bill Black, Mr. Ivan Frost, Mrs. Lon Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Underwood, Mrs, Francis Burgess and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Black, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sapp and Carl, Mrs, Inez Anderson, Mrs. Net- tie Dodd, Mrs. LiUian Fogo, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Carver, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hoffh4nes, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Noller, Mr. and Mrs. Orvi+le Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lewm. Mr, and Mrs, Ken Trubey, Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Beck and Eddie, and Cleo Hiltgen drove to Kearney Friday night to see the finals of the Class ' B regional tournament, Hol- drege and Ord played before a capacity crowd, Holdrege, rat- Senior Class Loraine Ludlow, spoiled fifteen nesday night 80 to 63. Thurs- c!ass and a.btll ny t Oe sm:tkee, a ed number one in the state in "The Calamity year old Elmer, and Clara day night, in the semi4,1nals strong snotwng I' Class "B" finally won a thrill- Jay Tobias on Fri- Clagg, a gossipy spinster. This .......... ing game 70-57. Early in the 17, at 7:30 p,m, tender and appealing comedy NOTICE l|hennon Prentice Vosi 4th quarter, Ord had a lead and Hezekiah Hoskins, is warranted to remove every ---- [ which they were unable to hold )le b'ut lovable old wrinkle from both heart and A representative of the So- t,t ...i T.. .... - against a team, which is ex- we spent their mar. head. sial Security Admin/strat o Voss ' ,, ,,,, ,,'-: . } of Subic Ba., Phili,.vi.... pected to breeze to the state will next visit Mankato, ,an and most of their The cast includes: "[ Islands, announce the b,rtn of championship, Ord is coached ass on Thursday, March 16, a son h friending orphans. Micky Start and Midge I , S annon Prentice, Feb. by Bud Trubey, who has made Play opens, four or- Start, the calamity twins - 1967 Persons desiring infer. { ruary 18, 1967 The rouse man a phenomenal coaching record living with the Hos- Nela Huntsinger, Verna Gotlgh, mation are requested to calll weighed 7 lbs" 1 o~zs H'e has at Ord. His club only lost Blue, a, girl Emily Hoskins, who loves at the Courthouse between one sister, Stephanie, to greet three games all year and was r: Brad Rivers, an orphans - Diane Patrick, 8:00 and 12:00, him. The grandparents are Mr. rated throughout the season in college student; Clara Clagg, with & nose for None of us really appreciate and Mrs. Rudolf K. Voss, of the top ten in the state of and Micky Starr, a news- Glenda Tyler.. paying a tax. Since we must, Manhattan, and Mr, and Mrs.[ Nebraska. Bud has taken two us twins. The Hezekiah ttoskins, Em's let's make sure we not only R. F, Garretson, Vancouver,[ Ord teams to ehe state tourna- , tight-flsted worse half - Melvin Kitts, pay but benefit from this pay- Washington. Their address is l ment. This club', which is rated and grasping Brad Rivers, who hates girls ment. Make sure your with- COMNAV BASE, Box 1, FPO his best, had the misfortune to San Francisco, Calif. 96650. meet the op team in the state DESIGNATING BELOW- AVERAGE LAND MAY REDUCE PROGRAM PAYMENTS John Cavanaugh Buys Registered Angus Bull plan to separate - Mike Roqrke. holding tax statement (W-2 Micky and use Bonnie Blue, a lovable pep. form given you by your era- servants. The twins per-pot- Linda Louder. ployer) shows the correct in; playing pranks on Gideon Garvey, the twins' formation. Check your name, uncle - Dave Mendenhall. check your social security ac. Opal Ludlow, the twins+ aunt count number, check your -Barb Mohler. wages and check your tax. Loraine Ludlow, her daugh- Make your withholding tax tot - Cindy Halstoad. statement work for you as you Elmer Ludlow, her son worked for it. Mike Howell. and uncle in orderI them they are too Farmers who participate in the 1967 upland cotton and feed grain programs are be- ing cautioned about the kind of land they intend to divert un- der such programs. According to Leo Obert, Chairman, Jewell Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee, payments for a farm will be reduced where the county committee determines that the cropland set aside for diverted acres under program is substantially less productive than the aver- age cropland normally used to produce the crop. In such a case, the farm operator will first be given an opportunity.and urged to de- signate other land of at least average productivity for diver- sion under the program. If this is not done, program pay- ments will be reduced in pro- portion to the lower yields which could reasonably be ex- pected from the acreage di- verted. + Any reduction indicated in the payment otherwise earned by the farmer would be sub- tracted, as applicable, from the farm diversion, the price support, and the certificate payments -- in that order. (Diversion payments are avail- able for some feed grain farms; price support payments are available for feed grains; and certificate payments are available in connection with wheat.) Growers are reminded that the signup for the wheat and feed grain programs will close March 17, 1967. Signing up is a necessary first step in qual- ifying for any price support or other program benefits. John G. Perdue, County Office Mgr, MARCH 17 IS DEADLINE FOR 1967 FEED GRAIN PROGRAM SiGNUP Friday, March 17, Is the last to be taken home. note is added when learn they will home and taxes are John Cavanaugh, Esbon. re. cently purchased an Aberdeen. Angus bull from John Stephen. son, Downs, Kansas. School of Dentistry will pre- sent a two-section course en- titled "Orthodontics in General Practice" as part of the school's Continuing Education Program. The first portion of the course, March 2-3, will stress diagnosis and case analysis: the second, October 26-27, will concern treatment. All ses- sions will take place at the WVU Medical Center. Dr, Eilliam W. Merow, chairman of the Department Of Orthodontics, Dr. Surinder K. Nanda, and Dr. Hubert Martin, both assistant profes- sors in the department, wKl present the program. The course is designed to en- courage the dentist in general practice to participate more actviely in the management of some types of orthodontic problems, One of the participants in the course includes Dr. Met-! win Peterscn, Mankato, Kans. L. M. Weltmer attended a Symposium held by the Kansas Academy of Science in Topeka last Friday. The papers pre- sented were on air and water pollution and how industry ir- rigation, and feed lots are af. fecting our natural resources. Speakers were from the Gov- ernor's staff, Federal and State agencies. Pending con- day growers may file applica- tions to take part in the 1967 feed grain program. Leo Obert, Chairman, Jewell Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Commit- Custom Spray Outfits Must Be Registered trol legislation in Congress and the Kansas Legislature-was discussed. Mr. Weltmer is the chairman of the Jewel County Planning Board, and has fur- nlshed all the members of the Planning Board with copies of the proceedings. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Staf- ford flew from Berkeley, Calif. to Washin ton, D. C. Saturday to be with Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Haugetud and family while Mrs. Haegerud is in the heap]. tel for surgery. Spraying time will soon be here and all custom sprayer outfits, ground or aerial, should be registered with the Weed Division of the Kansas State Board of Agriculture., This includes all custom equip-! ment dispersing herbicides, insecticides, or fungacides on vegetation, land or livestock. Upuu application to the State Board of Agriculture for re- gistration each owner shall de- liver a bond of $200 for the first dispersing unit and $1060 for each additional unit and a registration fee of $10 shall be paid for each piece of equipment. This law does not apply to any person using his own, or leased spray equipment, on land owned or operated by him nor does it apply when he does spraying for his neigh- her in exchange for work. Neither does this act apply to city, county or state operated spray units. Failure to secure registra- tion shall be considered a mis- demeanor and if violator is convicted, shall be fined not less than $100 or more than $500. Each day of operation without registration shall con- stitute a separate offense. Application forms may be secured from the Weed Divi- sion, State Board of Agricul. ture, State Office Building. Topeka, Kansas, Don Modlin. Jewell County Weed Supervisor. Miss Janis Fair of Saiina and IVr, and Mrs. F, R. Fair spent the weekend in St. Fran- c/s visiting Dr, D. M, Fair and family, Upon returning to Mankato Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill and Jody of Cawker City arrived to help celebrate another birthday (March 6th) for the twins, An- n/s and Janis, Robert Vlunro is a patient at Winter General Hospital. He has been attending college at Washburn. in the finals of the regional. Bud has some good boys re- turning next year and he will make a strong bid for the state title. Lucy McBride had as he~ guests for supper Sunday even. lng 'Lena Monb k and Gaff Bliss. Mrs, Ralph Russell and her grandson, Paul Russell, went to Llndsborg last weekend and visited in the home of Mrs. Russell's mother. Mrs. Hag- bard BraN. tee, points out that only grow. ers who participate in the pro- gram will be eligible for pricg support on their 1967 crops o( corn and grain sorghums, .44 last year, the support is made available through loans, put- chases, and price support pay- ments. Except on small farms (farms with bases of 25 acres or less) and some farms with larger bases where no feed grain is to be planted, no di- version payment is avallabll under the 1967 feed grain pro- gram. The price support pay, meats (30 cents per bushel for corn and 53 cents per hund I. weight for grain sorghum) may be earned on the projected production from. an acreage up to 50 per cent of the farm's total feed grain base by plant- ing corn or grain sorghums. or by planting soybeans in lieu of these feed grains. The aim. tional average loan rates are $1.05 per bushel for corn $1.61 per hundredweight for grain sorghum. If the grower wishes, he may request -- at the time he up -- an advance payment of one-half of the total estimated price support and diversion (for small farms) paymentt to be earned. The Chairman urges farmers who are interested in taking part in this year's feed+ grain program to call at the ASCS county office as soon as po~. ible, since there are only 10 working days left before the signup deadline, and signing up is a necessary first step in program participation. Appli- cations may be filed any day Monday through Friday. Office hours are from 8:00 a.m. t~ 5:00 p.m. Signup deadline is March 17. Through March 2, 1086 farms in Jewell County had been signed up under the 1967 feed grain program, with intended diversion of about 2,600 acres, This includes the 20 per cent diversion necessary to qualify for participation, and the addi- tional acreage diverted for payment. John G. Perdue. County Office Mgr. Basketball Tournament At Lovewell A 5th and 6th Grade Bas. ketball Tournament will be played at Loveweil Thursday and Friday, March 9-10. At 7:00 p.m. Thursday Man. kate and Formoso will play, Lovewetl and Montrose will be the opponents in the 8:00 p,m. game Thursday. Tbe third place game will be played Friday at 7:00 p,m. with the championship contest at 8:0 p.m. Admission is 26 at 8:00 p.m. Admission is 2~ adults and 25 cents for grade school children, with preschool cbildren free. Trophies will be awarded for all four places. Chllcotts Wed 65 Years Thursday will be the eSth, Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac N. Chflcott. They were married March 9, 1902, at Mankato and have lived in Jewell County all their lives, The couple has four sons: R. B, of Atlanta, Karat,: H. L. of Mankato; W. J, of Wichita: and W. D. of loitt eight grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren, There will be open homm Thursday, March 9th, at thMr home in Mankato from to 5 o'clock. * NOTICE The parents of the Mankato Senior Class will sponsor a bake sale at the Mtnkato Post Office March 11 ata,m. i - I Pet. Dennis Sehmek, sea Mr. and Mrs. Elmer khroek, of Mankato has compl l ldl' basic training at Fort Jacklolh South Carolina. He is, now tak. ing his advanced indiyldual training as a Military man at Fort Gordon, Oeorllla. He is a 196,5 graduate M Feb,- bury Junior College.