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CWF, LL. COUNTY RECORD Thursday, March 9, 1967 Page~ 4 - Section 1 .... oL,Ncis .... WITH MARY FRANCU By Mary Frames Hohb~n Jawell County Home Economics Agent Defensive Dries-r- Course . March 15 end 14: Jewell County residents have the opportunity to participate in a Defensive Driver Course at the V,F.W. Hall in Mankato on March 13 and 14. This course is being sponsored by Farm Bureau in an effort to improve driving of the county residents. The course is divid- ed into two parts. The first part will be offered from I-5 p.m. and again from 7.11 p.m on March 13. The second part w/ll be given from 1-5 p.m. and again from 7-11 p.m. on March 14. The cost of $1 per person will cover the cost of materials. For further infor- mation contact the Extension Office or the Farm Bureau Of- flee. Take advantage of the op- portunity to improve your driv- The workshop is held annual- ly to explore ideas and tech- niques of recreation, crafts, music, discussion, camping, party planning. National Food Buyars Quiz: More on the Food Buyers quiz: 16. Q: If you want a real tender piece of beef, you can forget about everything but the grade. True or false? A: False. Pay attention to the cut, as well as the grade. Of course the top grades - which are USDA Choice and USDA Prime - are more ten- der than the lower grades, for any one cut of meat. But some are also much more tender than others. Depend on USDA Choice and Prime rib roasts rib steaks, and loin steaks to be consistently tender, Juicy and flavorful. But even in the !top two grades, the less tender !cuts must be pot-roasted, brais- ed, or stewed. These include the flank, brisket, shank and arm roast, 17. Q: Turkeys are a good buy - (A) in the spring (B) at Thanksgiving C) all year around (D) all seasons ex- cept Thanksgiving, A: (C) ALL year around. Re- tail stores traditionally offer special bargains on turkeys at Thanksgiving. But turkey is no longer Just a seasonal food - it is now easy to get and a good buy at any time of the year. Any turkey is now available inI many different forms, includ- ing turkey roasts. 18. Q: To get the most tur- key for your money, you should buy a U. S. Grade A turkey weighing - (A) under 8 pounds .(B) 1O to 12 pounds (C) 18 pounds or more, A: 18 pounds or more. Not only does the largest turkey have more meat in proportion to bone than the smaller ones, but the larger ones also usu- bu~" Q: Suppose you want ~o a cldcken, but haven't made up your mind how you want to cook it. Which of these could you cook in the greatest variety of ways - or is there any difference7 (A) frying chicken (B) stewing chicken A: (A) If you get a frying chicken you can fry, broil, barbecue, roast or even stew it. A stewing chicken is an older bird and should be cook- ed with moist heat, stewed or steamed, to make it tender. All poultry that is inspected: by the USDA must have either the class name (fryer, roaster, etc.) or the term "young" or "mBture" on the label. If it's labeled "fryer" or "broiler" you know it's a young birck 6 to 12 weeks old, and tender. If it's labeled "stewing chick- en" or "hen" or 'fowl" it ls an older bird and will not be as tender. (Note: Some hens !on the Chattanooga markets are labeled "baking hens". I [suggest cooking these with moist heat as a stewing hen.) LOCAL MARCH EXTENSION MEETINGS March 8 - Final session of Farm & Home Management School - Buffalo Roam. March 13 - Home Economics Advisory Committee Meeting - Courthouse Meeting Room - 9:30 a.n~. March 20 - Leader Training - Window Treatment - by Vivl- an Lawless - Courthouse Meet- ing Room, 1:30 p,m. March 21 - Annval LAmb & Wool Association Meeting at Frontier Cole. March 27 - 4-H Junior Lead- er's Meeting - Courthouse Meeting Room - 7:30 p.m, You And Corporation Forming By ika Eiil)rJ AImU.U 'ms toms with Jim Gunter, County Agricultural Agent Chemical Wood Control In Windbreaks: Weeds and grass growth h windbreaks can be controlled by herbicides if they are appli. ed before weed growth starts. The pre-emergence herbi- cide simazine is most.frequent- ly used and has given very good results in several wind. breaks in the county. This herbicide should be ap- plied at the rate of 3 pounds per acre for most softs. Com- plete ground coverage and uni- form distribution are neces- sary to get good weed control. The soil should be worked thoroughly and free from all trash and rubbish before ap- !plying this herbicide. It may be banded in the tree row or !broadcast in the entire tree planting. I This herbicide has no foliar action on plants so it should not damage any of the trees in the windbreak, but for weed and grass control it must be applied before the weeds emerge. Now is a good time Attend S0th Anniversary Mrs. C. H. Lee (Royalynn), daughter of Mrs. W, Carl Greene, came from St. Joseph. Mo. and took her mother to the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Grand Avenue Church, Salina, Kansas last Sunday where they were honored guests This church was organized Jan. 28, 1917, and Rev. Carl Greene was appointed its first pastor at the March Annual Conference. Carl, his wife, Le- na, and two children, Royalynn and James Wilbur, immediate- ly moved into the parsonage located at 607 N. 13th St,. where they lived for the next three years. This was a "stu- dent charge". Carl enrolled in a full time course of study at K.WU.and did pastoral work afternoons and Saturdays with two church services on Sun- days Royslynn left for St. Joe at the close of the fellowship hour which followed the close of the morning service and dinner. Mrs Greene stayed for the Commemorative Service and by previous arrangements, rode back to Mankato with Rev. and Mrs. G~orge Watten- barger, their son and son's wife. Before going on" to Smith Center they .were supper guests of Mrs. Greene at the Buffalo Roam. The Watten- barger's son is Jn the service and is awaiting his call to Viet Nam some time in the next two weeks, He will go as a Chaplain, Rev. Wattenbarger until last conference was min- ister at Grand Avenue for 8 years. Rev. Richard Taylor who is now at University Church, Wichita, Kansas also serx,,ed 8 years at Grand Ave- nue Methodist ,Church Both had parts on the afternoon-pro- gram. to apply it. This was a memorable day -" who, w,l, ,he ssay prove? Will *h. that spill so enticingly from the old loathe.In spell the end of a search, the culmination lon hopes for sudden wealth and fortuneT " g ' a "~ they be iron pyrite, the fooler of men---dls of dreams ? Only chemical analysis of the rne determine its ingredients. ~I Sometimes our hoes are hke that. We to the brim with the things we think mean nest. And then along comes a blow -- is a failure of our own, or the betrayal of by a loved one, or an overwhelming grief. a life full of glittering trappings seems meaningless. We realize that material are comfortless and cold, without substance. ing. ally are sold for a few cents We recently turned the leaf Recreation Workshop, less per pound. Look for the on another passing year Far- April 24-25: U.S. Grade A shield mark on mers make up a smaller total The 1967 Kansas Recreation the package. Grades are based percentage of population today Workshop will be held April on the meatiness of the bird than when the Pilgrims cele- 24-29 at Rock Springs Ranch, and its appearance or freedom brated their first Thanksgiving 12 miles southwest of Junction from defects - and Grade A is and our numbers decline daily. City on Highway No. 77. the top quality for turkeys. How will this decay of rural ,,,,, life affect you? History will II I I repeat itself if--and it hinges; IJSED CARS on one and only one thing. Are you courageous enough to take a stand? Supposing you are one of the larger land owners or big- ger renters, without any out- 1966 IMPALA Sport Sedan; V-8, Automatic side solid support, such as oil Transmission, PB, PS, and Factory Air. royalties. What you earn comes only from the farm. Extra clean. Do you think you can buck 1966 CHEVELLE 4-Door; V-8, Automatic corporation farming? If you think you can, you'd better Transmzssion. Lots of Warranty left. stock up on tranquilizers now because there will surely be a 1966 CHEVY It Nova 4-Door Sedan; 6 CyI., run on them. You couldn't Auto. Trans. [buck corporation farming in Its final phases if you owned 1965 IMPALA Super Sport; 327 V-8 and 4. half the county. Speed Trans., New Rubber. Corporation farming is all around us now, obscured in 1965 BEL AIR V-8 4-Door Sedan; PS, PB. Kansas, of course. Kearns County Land Co. of California 1964 IMPALA V-8 4-Door Sedan; PS, PB, as of 1965. had a total of 2,414.- 112 acres (some in the $100 Air, Auto. Trans. an acre category), owned Wal- 1963 IMPALA V-8 4-Door Sedan; PS, PB, ker Automotive Co., owned the Gates Rubber Co., has 156 Auto.iMPALATranS.super Sport," V-8; ~'Sll~ producing gas and oil wells, 1 963 owncd 51 per cent stock in J. I. Case (which showed a high- Trans. er profit last year than any other major machine com- 1960 RAMBLER 4-Door Sedan. pony) finishes several hundred thousand head of cattle per 1957 CHEVROLET Station Wagon; V-8, year, and has a guaranteed Auto. Trans. beef outlet through Safeway, 1964 1964 1963 1959 1958 1955 1950 CHEVROLET V-8 Ton; 4-Speed, Long Wide Box. CHEVROLET 6 Cyl. Ton; 4-Speed, Long Wide Box. CHEVROLET 6 Cyl. Ton; 4-Speed, Long Narrow Box. CHEVROLET V-8 2 Ton; Box & Hoist, 825x20 Rubber. Extra Clean. IHC Ton; 4-Speed. CHEVROLET Ton 6 Cyl.; 4-Speed. FORD Ton; 4-Speed, Timberlock Box and Stock Racks. MANKATO, KANSAS Phone ]fit 84471 G.M.A.C. & BANK FINANCING [ t i tt tit tit t Fruit Sprays: in the life of this church which Now is the time to apply a had such a hard struggle to be- Spiritual analysis of life points always tq dormant spray to fruit trees come so!f-supporting. This was His Church is the open door to the real ;r Apples, peaches, cherries, ap- accompllsnea ept_ of life -- the realization of God as the sq,. ricots and plums will all bane- when the ~uarter~y ~omerence all affluence Copl/rtg~ 1967 KeimCer Adv~tlstng Service, l~te,, o fit. A dormant spray is one adopted a current expense bud- - that is applied before the trees get with adequate salary. The Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Th-rsdoy Friday $ begin growth in the spring. A church also has a newchap.e!, Deuteronomy Job Psalms Matthew Colossian~[ Thessalonians ', day when the temperature is an eaucational uni~ wnn a ~es- 8:11-20 31:24-28 49:5-12 7:13-20 2:1-5 5:1-6 expected to remain above 24 lowship hall and a new par- ~Z) + c~.~ , ~ + ~ , ~ , ~J27 * ~ * ~ + ~ ~" ~ ~ degrees is a suitable time to sonage. apply the spray. -- WEBB]~R METHODIST ASSEMBLY OF GOD EVANGELICAL Ulll Three materials are com. Miiile Splcer- Obituary CHURCH CHUF~CH BRETHREN CHU,I~ mordy used for dormant .... --~_ .... Webber, Kansas G.S. Wiilardr Paul Life- Mlnli~ sprays They are liquid lime lvirs. ~:lzle ~p~cer or uzza- Loren J. el|shy, Minister Pastor Morning Wors~p .. }"J~ ul-hur Bordeaux mixture and homa City died there Friday. s ~. , , ' " . . . ' ~unday $c oo ... ~ dormant spray oil. Liquid lime Sermces were at 2 p.m_Mon- Pain Crispin, SS. Supt Sunday School 10"00 a m h t 10: sulphur is the most common day in the chape~ of the ~eeger naorning worsniplt:00 a. m. w g w .~ lS~ ~,~ one available to home fruit e'uneral Home at Laverne wim Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.Special Childrens' Service "'W~Inesd'ay'~ each ~' growers. Fruit spray scheduleJ Rev. Gene Hooprider of Okla- Church School ..10:30 a.m."in Basement It:00 a.m. ~ ' J~ Choir Rehearsal, Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. ~ are available in the County home City officiating. Burial Wed ........... 7:30p.m. Midweek Prayer MONTROSE ~~ Extension office, was in the Laverne Cemetery. WSCS---Ist and 3rd Service ......... 7:30 p.m. CHI[JRC, B .~ Tree Orders Millie Ann McCammon was Orders for trees for farm born Nov. i0, 1882, in JeweU Wednesdays .. 2:00 p.m. ~R Rev. Deem lt~[ plantings are still being taken County, Kansas. She.and El~i0e IONIA EVANGELICAL CATHOEsBoNIC CHCH V~lle Deml~Y,~ at the County Extension office spicer were marries Apr~ ~ UNITED BRETHREN Worship Service '~4 and will be taken until the 1904, and they were parents of first of June. three daughters, one of whom. ' CHURCH Winter Schedule: Church School., ~'~ || Distribution of the trees Bernice, preceded her in death. DAVID TROTT, Minister 6:30 a.m. at Esbon ~ * |' -- 10:00 a.m. at Smith Center Jh should start this week or next, Spicer died in 1963. Worship Service. lh00 a.m. _, unless weather conditions pre- Mrs. Spicer was a member Sunday,School .. 10:00 a.m. OLIVE HILL CHURCH NAZARENE BL~_.~ vent it. of the Methodist Church. She It is important to get the and her family moved to near The Y Fellowship every R.R. 1 - Superior, Nebr. Lee Hlllery, ~ J' trees nlanted as soon as poss. Laverne in I91t, and they lived other Sunday afternoon at Rev. Dorman Foley ~ ible af'ter you receive them. there until moving to Oklaho- ma City in 1961. ........ n Survivors include two daugh- wasnmgton, ~. t~. -- ~- . ...... as" ters Mrs. Darts Wilbur of Port gressman ~oo uote ~,t~-Ka ) An~',.l~~ V,t~h =n~1 M,.. Vb. introduced leg~slat on ted y ,;,~o .~ .... r ~h,,~ c;t,,. which would permit wheat ~ ............................ " ' h "f f ~our grandchildren; and a bro- mrmers to recelve one- al o ........ m i n tner ~aantey Mct~ammon ox their payments at time of s g - ~.~.'oo~ f,;~. ~ up for participating in the ............ #'" .... wheat program. This would ..... ~.- treat wheat producers the mannaw t.aro, ~mn same as farmers who partial- --- one of the largest chain stores ..... Mr. and Mrs. Carel Stith of ,, in the world, pate in the ~eeo gram ana co~- LincOln, Nebr. are the proud ESBON E. U, B. CHURCH F,'icnd~, Youth at 6:45 p. m. ~ .... a,, Wn~.,hln This corporation can produce ton programs, parents of a son, Matthew Car- Earl Enyeart, Pastor Evening Worship at 7:30 ....... at a loss, farming the corn The Kansas congressman paying too much for feedersl said that he has received as- el,3 atWhthewaSLincolnbrn GeneraIFriday' Mar.Has. Earl Silsby, S. S. Supt. Prayer Meetingat 7"30 P WednesdaYM Mki~'Wee~k ..... Prayer paying too high real estate surances from the Department ' " am weonesaay ..... pltal. Mrs. Stith is the former Morning Worship 9:45 . . .... .. taxes, hiring too high of paid of Agriculture that payments Cathy Beardmore. The grand- Sunday School .. 10:45 a.m.FORMOSa COMMUNITY MANKATO CI~] labor, and still beat you as an to those participating in the parents are Mr, and Mrs. Car- |nd and 4th Sunday Evenings: CHURCH ~,u~vol individual into the ground, i967 program wilt be made los Beardmore of Beatrice and Youth Fellowship.. 6:30 P.M. Paul Temple, Minister Mleha~l~l~e~ They have the outlet for this earlier, this year. Mr. and Mrs. Caret Stith, Sr. -- .... . .iJ~ "Under m bill " Dole said ......... ~unaaya ...... beef and the say of the price.,, . Y. ' ~.~ of Lincoln. The great grand- BURR OAK CHRISTIAN Summer Schedule bblaeaSYchool ,., I0~ They will steal yours with the ' winter wneat growers worn parents are Ray Ellsworth of CHURCH Sunday School . .. 9:45 s.m. Worshin .. yellow sheet quotations which receive the first half of their Mankato and Mrs. Mabel Rldlard K. Brook~ministerMorning Worship 11:00 a.m. Youth Iour ..... will eventually bankrupt you program payments in the fall, Beardmore of Beatrice. ~ Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m., 1~ihle Study ...... "~:I presently well to do farmers, and spring wheat producers __ Sund~[~ ~chool ... 9:3,~.~a.m. Evening Service .. 7:30 p.m, C;leane and Jm You surely know that two would receive theirs in the Delta Kappa Gammo M??H~i ~Wot~hip 10:33~0 ;"~' Pr~rBM~ect~u~d v'4~l~ Tu'esdays ~, chain stores set the price of spring." " "'" : ' ' Y : Primary Endear : meat one week in advance to The Dole bill which would The Pi Chapter of the Delta Jet Cadets, " '~ (Wed.) .......7:30 p.m. ~'ednesdav .... 4 the packers Even our colleges apply to the 1968 and subse- ,, ,, Kappa Gamma of Jewell and Saturday ..... 10:00 a.m. roaets Re ublic Counties met SundayPhone JU 7-2 ,,,-- -- - . don't know or are paid not to quent crops would put wheat 293 ' ~ "~" ' know what is going on the farmers on the same basis asftPrnoon in the home of MLI- "n~,mv~........... m~THODIST ~m a e H dred Paul in Jamestown. Those WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURC "CATHOLIC marketing area. Supply and feed grain and cotton growers, e E Rose ~""" Demand --- AND SOME BE- , present for the roll call and CHURCH Rev. D an .. - . T0.: LIEVE IT! Lawrence -- One hundred afternoon meeting were Mmes W.D. Bucldey, Pastor 8:30 a.m. wors~xp ervtce ~.~,,~ I We farn~ers have one chance seventy-four students earnea rot~o,i-o Farlee Elvie Kono~ ----- 9:45 a.m. Church School _ _ ,v~ ~ ' ' I to save ourselves and our p aces on the fall semester valsky, Mildred Moore, Viola Sunday School.. I0:00 a.m. II:00 a.m. Worship Service ~ ~~ Icountry. Corporation farn~ing Honor Roll of the University of Ross Mariana Switzer, Evelyn Worship Service It:00 a.r. Clyde Reed, SuDt. ~ffi~n--'~.l~IL1~ lit the last step before sociallz- Kansas School of Education, Harris, Mildred Paul; the W. Y ........ 7:00 p.m, f'd~oir - 8 p.m. Wedn.escI~l~ ..~m~'~-'C~[~ .... led agriculture! Read the his- Dean Kenneth E. Anderson an- Misses Mary Anthony, Frances ~vening ~erv~ce . :~u p.m -- ,~__. ,__-. ltl~ ]tory books, nounced. The students, wno Gritten, Hannah I~ansen, Julia Prayer Meeting, at.,r~u vu~.~.~kV~-~!~ Hod e. Edythe LoweU, Lucy ' 'Wednesday 7"30 p m .. ......... elskY, [ We cannot save ruralr Amer. comprise the top ten per cent g ' " ..... Worship Service . ]lca now but we can salvage scholastically of the school's Wiley and Mrs. KaUe t,on e,,,ao, School..''1 / what is left. Do you llke ~hool fall enrollment, all attained a Tomlison, the First Vice-Presi- SPONSORED BY THE ..... /unification? That is just an 2.5 or better grade point av- dent of the Phi State, a teach- ] linkllng of the future. We will erage (where 3.0 is "A , 2.0 er~sJaEme~oW~.arris present"I FOLLOWING MANKATO BUSINESS FIRMS i [ very probably have a Topeka is 'B") in 12 or more hours. }appointed assessor before long Among those on the tlonor ed a programmed instruction l L ] who will view farming through Roll is Lynette Ault Scott. a report. She presented the pro- [ , ] the eyes of a greedy tax col-leenior, of Esbon. She is the rammed instructions which l ~m~ .... ~,,e~p & Gas Co Inc. " " " "aleS Co. eC~_.* [ lector. We must organize and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.she g uses with her fifth grade I Jewe~'CoW'U ~,unt, X=o-o O"il and tvlanzaw Chevrolet Jewell County t.y_.R g R ~o ~u,~ do ~ ~o~ ~..~. ~ueot,o L .~ e.,o ~,...,r Oak ~o,~ ~ ~ ~"" ~d~. L----~. cross .... h "J Propane - . R-K Shopper, InC. Weltmer Abstract [ beef, pork, rrdlk--you name ItI Mrs. Viom tease snowea erl The First National uanKBetty s Studio Co. .._ --AND WE SLEEP ON. JoinJ Andy Wyatt suffered broken slides and gave a report of her{ Raymond and Eddie, Barbers Kramer Furniture Mankato F. U. | NFO now, COLLECTIVE BAR-| z'ibs from a faP at his nlace visit to Jordan this past sum-[ Ha]stead's Shoe Store Mankato Greenhouse Mankato Feed & l GAINING, and at least helP learly Sunday morning." The meT. Plans for a Delta KappaI ~y .Hardware Mankato Laundr~ Trucking. ~S~ ~4 [ save your own farm. [ Kramer Ambulance took him Gamma workshop to be glvenJ NeweU Implement CO. The Ranch Bowl J-J Oil Co. & car Mr and Mrs to the huspltal at Superior . . Gary Helvey] " . in September at Mankato were l Helen'a uty Shop 3.6-66 Service Frtmtier C f# [and fatally, who are on leave ~ discussed.~Irs. Mildred Paul,[Roy's WaUpaper & _Gifts .Bbogsart's . Coffman Sinc _r lln Catherine Parlee, Clarlce Kel-| The Sta F.,xc e L & B EleQtrlc Buffalo d[U |from Key West, Florida, came ] ' 8. R. Greenlee of Scott City, ley and Mary/Anthony served ~ _~.h18 g.Dept. S t~_ Wagner Drug Store Mgulkato W~d/~ ~'~ |from Cawker City to ViSit her~ Kaas. visited 'his aunt, Mrs. a delicious lunch at tl)e c~| ~4ankato LtU~34~ f,;O. ~ . ~,~'~ /parents,. Mr. andthe_w__.Mrs. J,E.Im.] C. Jchamon, ThurM V. Repoetee.,i " , [MOon Jr: ver _ . lof the meeting. ' ., , | , !