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March 9, 1967     Jewell County Record
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Wide Recognition--Re Bartley is shown here with the days of the early Romans. t~,iun at)out a developed last year E. Bartley, Kan- University dairy are being received from all parts of including six of the The drug, is 100 per in preventing bloat in cattle. Lovona Bertley from here attended and supper at Tuesday evening. :link was in a City hospital a few examination by spe Mrs, Genene Faubion, KSU secretary, pinpointing sources of the requests on a world map. The K-State scientist's discovery of the drug in 1966 after eight years of research is recognized internationally as a major agricultural re- search breakthrough. The war- Id's livestock producers have sought bloat preventives since cialists there. He and Mrs. Simmelink returned home Sat- urday evening but Floyd will return at a later date for ms- jar surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Maag attended the Nebraska Centen- nial at Red Cloud Sunday ev ening. Webster County resi- dents participated in the event. itMreshlng the Nation's Economy is the brewing industry worth to the American Reckon it in billions. Here are some of our in round numbers: (federal, state, local) .... $1.4 Billion cultural purchases (grains, etc.). $215 Million metal) ............ $550 Million ................. $2.5 Billion FOUR ITEMS ALONE--MORE THAN $4 BILLION of America Pump Constant Refreshment Economic System. STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. Box 1436, Tolmks, Kanus llt~01 The new drug is expected to save the United States cattle industry alone, nearly $10 million a year in losses. Ap,- nual bloat losses are even higher in such cattle-produc- ing lands as New Zealand, Aus- tralia and South A~ica, To date, Bartley has heard from 17 countries and nearly all areas of the United States. A large crowd attended and the pageant was greatly enjoy- ed. It will be presented March 12 at Blue Hill, Nebr. Sylvia Rose was a guest of Bonnie Ahlvers one day last week and attended the Shrine Circus at Topeka with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ahlvers, Bonnie and Michelle, Bonnie was cele- brating a bi.~thday. Tuedsay the high school stu~ "]cnts of our area will particl Dean Leonard were Sunday dinner guests and the girls re- turned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz and Sherri were Sunday even. ing visitors at the Lynn Dietz home in Downs. Our daughter, Mrs. Darrell Thayer was very happy to win 1st place in three events in bowling at Superior last week in the city tournament. She received 1st place in Women's Singles, Doubles and All Events there. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz re- ceived an announcement of a baby son, Donald Ray, to Mr. and Mrs. Orval Horsey of Sal- em, Ore. He has an older sis- ter, Annette. Mrs. Horsey is the former Jane Dietz. The /oung man's maternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs, Don Dietz and Mr. and Mrs. John Dietz, both families long time residents of this area but now of Salem. Gordon Alcorn is home from Asbury Hospital. Mrs. E. E. Ransom Do not forget the party at West Branch Community Cen- ter next Saturday night, Mar. llth. Bring pot luck lunch and tour dishes. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Men- ienhall of Hays spent the weekend with their homefolks, Mike Mechsner's nephew and wife of Colorado Springs spent Tuesday afternoon visiting in the home of Mike and Muriel. They had been touring in the south and Just came by to re- new their friendship on their way back home. Little Mark pat,, in the Instrumental Festi Boiler was a guest there also val for their league. Esbon stu- Tuesday afternoon while his dents will be at Bogus. The Pike Trail which includes Je- well, Cawker and Burr Oak will be at Scandia. Our area has students in these high schools. Lola Totten and her 7th and 8th grades Sunday School Class enjoyed a skating party Satur- day evening. Rodney Saint of Jewell was a guest of Tim Rose and Jack Willmeth was a guest of Rodney Rose and spent the weekend with Tim and Rodney. Mrs. Bob Rose plans to take her high school Sunday School class to one of the State Bas- ketball Tournaments this week. Mrs. Lynn Dietz and Craig of Downs spent Wednesday at the Rolla Dietz home. Stitch and Chatter Club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs, Mannie Loomis at her home near Jewell. There were six members present, Mr, and Mrs. Rolls Dietz and Sherrie and Mrs, Lynn Kietz and sons were Saline visitors late Friday afternoon and were supper guests of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Burk, Mrs. Lynn Dietz also visited Mr. and Mrs, A. R. Wayne later in tim evening. Marta and Jaoklyn Leonard were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests at the Rolls Dietz home, Mr, and Mrs, mother shopped and had other business in Smith Center. Mrs. Muriel Mechsner re- ports that a new baby girl has come to the home of her bro- :her, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuiken )f Richmond, Kans. There will be another carpet rag sewing at the American Legion Hall in Esbon next Fri- day, Mar, 10th. We had a real nice lot of help come last Fri- day and got a lot done. Mrs, Mable Countryman is having a Stanley Party March ,)th, this coming Thursday, Middle Branch Club met ~ith Lorena Pate in the West 8ranch Community Center on Thursday, After the business meeting and roll call, Lorena had a contest, won by Eva Mendenhail and Gladys Doud. Each received a small basket ~f spring flowers, The spring flower theme was carried out in the decorations and napkins and the weather cooperated. The next meeting will be with Rosella Tucker. The Mendenhall brothers are both improving and the Hake boy is showing a little bit of improvement too. Mr, and Mrs, John Zadina invited in a few friends for s card party Saturday evening and Clarence Moore won high for the men and Joe Moore, low. Mary Lagergren won high =am What else besides Long Distanoe telephone service roots you less today than It did 10 years ago? Tough question. Not many things have gone down in price these past few years. Most goods and services have zoomed up in cost. Long Distance rates are a pleasant exception. There have been eight rate reductions in Kansas since 1957. Nowadays, you can make a three.minute, station.to-station call from Kansas to anywhere in the continental United States (ex- cept Alaska) for 90 or less after 8 p.m. or all day Sunday. This is the lowest rate ever. (interesting comparison: The first transconti- nental phone call, made in 1915, cost $20.70.) And service today is faster and more convenient than ever before. Better service at lower cost; we think that's a winning combination. Don't you? Southwestern Bell for the women and also the traveling prize. Irma Maag got the low and we left at a late hour thanking our hosts for a lovely supper and an extra good time. We are glad to hear that Mrs. Mary Butts was able to come to her home in Jewell after her stay in a Denver hospital after her broken hip. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Menden- hall went up to Burr Oak Sun- day afternoon to see his uncle Mr. Cleveland Mendenhall who is being taken care of at the Mr. and Mrs. Wears' home. He seems to be progressing from his broken hip pretty well but gets lonesome and is not yet ready to walk any so must stay in bed most of the time. Even to be up in a chair does not rest him too much. Get well fast, Teedle. We are all pulling for you and hope you are soon a lot stronger and better, Little calves and lambs are making their appearance on most farms and pretty soon it will be little chickens. Nel- lie Beeler tells me her milking goats are bringing their babies too. So I guess spring is about to "sprung" Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Simme- link visited at the home of Beulah Brinkworth Sunday. Manhattan -- The tint ares Extension 4-H and other youth programs specialist in Kansas will be William H. Borst, as- suming his new duties on Ap- ril I in Concordla. Borst, Wyandotte County 4- H agent for the past 12 years, will assist county Extension agents in 4-H program plan- ning and development in Clay, Cloud, Jewell, Lincoln, Mit- chell, Ottawa, and Republic counties, explains Dr. Harold E. Jones, director of the Coop- perative Extension Service. Kansas State University, in making the announcement. A graduate of KSU, Borst earned a M. S. degree in Ex- tension education from Colo- ii ,i i i i~ CouNTY azcOaD rado State University, The[ Thursday, March 9, 10@t new area special/st entered the Kansas Extension Service 1963 as Osborne County 4-H Special Education classes /n agent, Prior to this he was a Wichita March 3 and attended veteran on-the-Job training in- the Annual Stats Council for structor for 3 years. Exceptional ChildTen's Con- Forrest Fair attended the March meeting of the execu- tive board of the Central Kan- sas Libraries at Russell on Wednesday. These meetings are held in the new Public Library which is one of the finest in the State. NEW Tiny Heerino Device Restores Your Under- stending I Ask/or Your Area Representative vention held at the Broadview Hotel on Friday evening, Mar. 3 and 4. Accompanying herto Wichita were Edith Oat, who visited her brother, Riley LaY- land, and Marjorie Savory, with her daughter, Re n~0 who visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dody and family at Valley Center, i l Ideal for NERVE DEAFNESSI the tiny new Telex ELECT| ear canal and with no tubes, cords or ear to attract attention. ELECTRON EAR restores your self use You hear with extra clarity bemtuee the tiny epaakar deep In th~ e,l~r canal close to your eardrum. I[aSllY placed In the ear or removed at moments notice. Mr. L. Garman will be at the Correll Hotel In Mankato on Thursday, March 16, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30. If you cannot come in Just call for in. formation or write to: TELEX HEARING AID CENTER, Inc. 2010 Twelfth Street (;BEAT BEND, KANSAS Phone SW 3-8873 I ,, , III Due to the death of my husband, I will offer for Public Sale the following described prop erty at the farm located 7 miles West of Mankato to Highway 128, then 1 mile South, on Beginning at 12:30 Lunch On Grounds IIIII [ I e 1950 Massey-Harris 44 Tractor 1951 Massey-Harris No. 26 Combine 1949.Co-op 7-ft. Mounted Mower IHC 2-14 Plow Case 3-14 Plow IHC 16-10 Drill Dempster 7-15 Drill with fertilizer and seed attachment IHC Spring Tooth, 12-ft. 1955 John Deere 3-section Harrow Massey-Harris Spreader 6-ft. One-Way IHC Corn Binder Massey-Harris Mounted Cultivator John Deere 2-row Lister Lister, 3-point hitch 10-ft. Tandem Disc Single Disc, 12-ft., 3-point 4-wheel Trailer, fla,t bed 4-wheel Trailer, wagon box IHC Grain Binder, 10-ft. Blizzard Cutter Stock Rack, slip in type for pickup, 8-ft. wood box Water Tank, 350-gallon Sprayer Tank on 2-wheel trailer, 250-gallon Weed Sprayer, good shape Buzz Saw, good Grain Auger, 20-ft. (4-in.). Standard Seed Cleaner, No. 110, good shape. Skyline Ham- mermill, good. I-I y Buck. Hay Rake. Poet Hole Digger, mounted, p.t.o. Sprayer. Feed Bunks Scraper. Cattle Oiler. Water Tanks Panels. Set of Hgrness with collars. New Gate. 5-gal. Cans. 2 Brooder Stoves, gas. Maytag Engine. 61&'' Skill Saw. Shovels, Forks, Hoes. Assortment of Took. Some Used Lumber. Old Iron. Machinery Iron. Many other articles too numerous to men- tion. 260 Bales of Hay 150 Bales of Hay 70 Bales of Hay Some Hay in Barn All hay is real good. Dining Room Table and 2 Chairs. G.E. Ironer. Dexter Washing Machine. Oak Din- ette Set with 4 Chairs. Chrome Dinette Set with 4 Chairs. Rug, 9x12. 2 Floor Lamps. Curtain Stretchers. Fruit Jars. Some Dish- es. Miscellaneous items not listed. Pickup Camper, fits Ton Ford Pickup, sleeps 3 THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES WILL ALSO BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY MR. AND MRS. CLYDE SUCHSLAND: John Deere Spring Tooth, 3-section IHC Spring Tooth, 3-section John Deere Spike Tooth Harrow, 4-section John Deere Single Field Disc, 15-ft. John Deere Single Field Disc, 12-ft. Jet Weed Sprayer on 2-barrel trailer 2-wheel Trailer, with 50-bu. grain box Tractor Seeder, p.t.o., like new Hydraulic Single Cylinder Approximately 50 Hedge Posts. 4 8-ft. cre- osoted Bridge Planks. 1 26-fL creosoted Light Pole. 1 26-ft. Light Pole, creosoted on bottom 3 Garage Doors, 32"x7', with glmm. Screen Door, 3'x7', good. Yard Sprayer with shoulder strap, new. Log Chains. Funnels. Cans. Spade. Shovel. Hammers. Wrench- es. And many other miscellaneous tools not listed. O TERMS.--CASH. Nothing Removed Until Settled For. Not Responsible For Accidents. AUCTIoNEER--V H McOIlntock, Asherville, Karts. Phone 806, Simpson, Kans. CLERK-- Mrs. Mike Raffm