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MARCH 16, 1967 JEV/ELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS National Advertising Representative KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. 701 Jackson, Topeka, Kansas 66603 iA PE[ . N EW S PA I can show to any human TIONA S~3 COT ...x I being, let me do it now and I ) lnot defer it for I shall not -- i pass this way again." COUNTY RECORD 76, No. 40, printed week- Mankato, Kansas 66956. Newspaper of Jewell County" THE BOYD FAMILY and Publishers W. BOYD, JR., Editor Frank Boyd, Associate Editor good thing that I or any kindness that Second Class Postage Paid at the Post Office, Mankato, Kansas 66956. of that part of the program and on the excellent and en- tertaining speech given by John A. Miller. We enjoyed Dr. Miller's talk on soil con- serwltion and other farm sub- jects. We also enjoyed his good stories. Years ago I heard that a story had to be "Shady" to be appreciated. Dr. Miller exploded that theo- ry. He told a number of good wholesome stories that were thoroughly enjoyed by his aud- ience of about 450 hearers. - Mrs. Raymond Hell visited the Record office Thursday, She was accompanied by her 6 months old daughter, Eliza- beth, who was rosy and happy and smiling. The Hells have another daughter, Cheryl, in the 8th grade and two sons, Lawrence, in the 6th grade, and Leon, a sophomore. I am sure the brothers and sister will do their part in spoiling Elizabeth. - Our sister, Mrs. Emma Alexander (My broth- er's wife) of Portland, Oregon is here visiting at the home of Winifred Stoics at Court land and I am spending some time with them. Saturday, my Boss and Mary picked me up~ at Courtland and we went to: Lawrence where we visited MY Betty over the weekend. We also attended the basket- ball game. Only person we saw from Jewell County was Ollie McCammon of Tecumseh, a former resident of Jewell County. Subscriptions: $3.00 per year in Jewel] County and surroundin~ counties(Smith, Osborne. According to RichardI Ira Barnette, Burr Oak. Mitchell,Cloud, Republic l)iamond, chairman, the total l iaChris Vandeventer Memor- donated to the hospital fund: . counties in Kansas, and by noon, Tuesday, March 14, I American Legion Auxiliary. Nuckolls and Webster coun-1967, was $42,727.25. I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hale. ties in Nebraska. $4.00 a year elsewhere. Donors ot $1,000 or more: ] Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Paul D. Crangle Dempsey. FOR HOME FOLKS M. A. B. The future is in the minds of citizens of today. -MAB- tY say: "Some'people have luck?" Just own up. -- opportunity knocked, were not prepared and to go. -MAB- ~eeD ' ,- telling your troubles all your troubles will stick and hear them growing Size and shape with each Subscribers are asked to Mrs. John R. Kirk notify this office at onceHarry Swope when they have a change ofO.H. Wagner. address. Mr. and Mrs. Cephas Wilde. State Exchange Bank. Mrs. Ada Hills, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Hills, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peter- sen, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Rothschild. Mrs. George Kr~mer, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kramer and family. i of one's personal affairs or Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weldon the market place." and Bertna. ; When we lose the freedom L.E. Weltmer. to choose -- we have lost $2,500 Donation America. --Clipped. The First National Bank, Before Saturday Night Tuesday forenoon Mrs. Paul Dahl of Webber called to re- new their subscription to tire Hecord. Mrs. Dahl was accom- panied by her daughter, De- nice, a lovely 4th grade girl, who attends school in Man- Mankato, The Fair Insurance Agency, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. 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) -MAB- kate. Denice rides the bus It was requested that the on Love about 20 miles each day, mor- name of the donor remain that love maist (most) ning and evening. With the least, exception of Tuesday evening, --Scottish she takes piano lessons from No one acts more foolishly Mrs. Mike Hines after school a wise man in love. and her mother comes after --Welsh her. - Tuesday night I attended man in love mistakes a "Farmers Night banquet" at for a dimple. I the Armory. We reached the --Japanese Armory as Everett Palmer of who loves is a slave; he dewell did and we went in to- is loved is master, gether. We were greeted by --Polish 1de Reed, Lester Broyles, is a thing that sharpens John Perdue and Ralph Our wits, I Waugh. Dale Crangle, secre- --italian tary of the Commercial Club heart that loves is al-was taking tickets, Dale told young. :us that people were being ---Greek served as they came in and to -MAB- get in line. Saw Ralph Ander- son of Randall, Ralph Russell & Clarence Topliff who were rtedom to Choose Essential is the role of tim in- in today's planned so- Y? Is his function merely a preplanned slot in the model --- or is he to fulfill some aspirations chooses? questions recently raised by Dean Charles abbott of the University of Graduate School of Administration. .~an Abbott asks: "If we the basis for an eco- planned society kind of society should it lined up to get food. In fact there was a double line and serving was real quick. Jdn Menhusen, Leo Dreiling, Dale Park, Jerry Kier, George Jen- sen and Bob Newell were some" of the men dishing the food in generous helpings. Other mem- bers of the Commercial Club were pouring coffee and water. I noticed the following in our' part of the room: Boyd Si]sby. Wilbur Sothers, Carl Westin, Toby Kramer, Melvin Blecha. There was plenty of food and from time to time, Duke Welt- mer went to the mike and in- there be a place in vited people to go back for Planned society for the re-fills, and many of them did. of 200 years ago? Ye Scribe could nut get the the Mormons be allow-names of everyone there but What would be the role I did get the names of all who to the '49ers, the sat at our table, as follows: builders, the cow- Mile Matousek. Leo Mizner, or wildcat oil drillers? Clyde Reed, C. D. Paxson, Es- there be a slot for theben, Ernest Blattner. Esbon. Fords or the Wright Max Louder, Darrell McCork- or would they be le. Ralph Anderson, Randall, to activities defined Lyle L. Flinn, Randall, Joe D. an economic planning corn- Anderson, Alan E. McMillan that channels effort on- Jim Gunter, George E. Hold- those projects with ren, Mary Frances Holdren usefulness? John A. Miller, Kansas City, present-day planning Me., Virginia Mille)', Kansas as an indication, a City, Me., Mr. and Mrs. Start- answer has to be -- Icy Ozmun, Mr. and Mrs. Mike not. A planned society ~Stout, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney neither permit such McCammon, Ralph Waugh, aps, or accommodate them Arnold Ernst, Marvin Beale a preconceived plan. Pete Smith, G. R. Bartsch would a planned societyJewell, Glen Goldsberry, Jew- the du Peats, the ell, George Wilson, Harold Boones, the Billy Sun-I Shoemaker, Carl Dennis Mur- 8? In all probability these ray, N, D. Taylor, Forrest boatrockerswould Lamkins, Lebanon, H E. Avi- be allowed, son, Esbon, Bill Franklin, [.e any group of planners banon, C. E. Soash, Ronald and operate New Seamans, Everett Palmer, Je- City? Compare the Post well. - Ye Scribe went to the and its annual deficit kitchen, always want to see the privately owned and behind the scenes. - Was tolc telephone system, that Clarence Loomis and J. a wofit to its thousands E. Moon were in charge of KP-That John Ross did all his is not to say that a the cooking-John sure knows based on individual how to cook. Rev. Rose and and initiative is not Walter Campbell made the its faults; but, as coffee.Following dinner,] Abbott succinctly sum- Mike Stout,' president of the l in his remarks, re- Mankato Chamber of Corn- in the Chamber of merce, had charge of the busi- of the United hess meeting. We enjoyed Washington Report; seeing Rodney and Vesta Me- to choose is the Cammon receive the award for outstanding farmers. Se- parate stories will give details anonymous. The Boyd Family. Mrs. A. T. Mentmsen and family. Mr'. and Mrs. W. Ralph Waugh. George Bechtold. Mrs. Sarah E. Russell, Helen M. Stafford. Mrs. Mary O. Chandler. Mrs. Emery Beam and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Judy. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Haegert and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hae- gert~ Mr, and Mrs, George ttundevadt. W.L. Raynolds Family (L. W. Raynolds, Ruth Ray- nolds, Robert W. Raynolds) 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. Darus Henn- mgsen. 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. and Mrs, Ted Thummel, Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sutcliff. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crangle. Mrs. Idella Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rose Cawker 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 WalRer. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Marr, Esbon. Mrs. Belle L. Crawford. Bruce C0rrick, Esbon. Mr. & Mrs, Tom Callaway. Mr. and Mrs. Jon B, Menh~J~. Richard L. Diamond, 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. Melvin Kindler. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Loomis. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hul- bert. Ira Huntsinger. Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Mor- fitt. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Loide Nelson. Doris J. McCammon. Mr. and Mrs. Oral L. Owen. Sorosis Club, Burr Oak. Mrs. Katharine Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Czirr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bohnert. Mr. & Mrs. George Carter. Mrs. Ruby Hale. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Warne. Mrs. Vera V. Seirer. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Demp- sey. E. L. Roe. Mr,.. and Mrs. Virgil Beoug- Mr,,I & Mrs. Lawrence Roe. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wea- verling. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith. Mrs. Tom Sweet. 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 Westin. 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. C. L. Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Carl MqElroy. 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. Ost, Geneva Ost.. Mr, & Mrs. Cecil Bunch. Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Stouffer, Mr. & Mrs. Roy Crouch. Mr. & Mrs. John Perdue. Mr. &' Mrs, Laynard Shearer. Mr. & Mrs. Howard 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- ~Mr. and Mrs. Philip Under- WO~, 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 Ost, 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 McCam- men. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson. Mrs. Glenn Love. Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Buck- ley. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Peter- son. Mr. & Mrs. Don Miskimon. Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bradrick. Mr. & Mrs. Ted Hedges. 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 tt. Bingham. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Huff man. Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Haworth. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Walk- er. Mr. & Mrs. Lanny Dick. Mr. & Mrs. Newell Axtell. Mr. & Mrs. John Hitz. Lucy Wiley. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Switzer, Mr. & Mrs. Willis Buster. Mr. & Mrs. Marvin McCam- mort. Mrs. Ellen Noller. Mrs. Edith Ost. Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Axelson. George R. Neilson. Mr. & Mrs. Clarence P. Meeker. Mr. & Mrs. Don Mahaffy. Mr. & Mrs. Cimrles 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- men. Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Newlin. Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Hughes. Mr. & Mrs. Mark Murray. Mr. & Mrs. Fred Zimmer- man. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond O'Hara. Mr. & Mrs. Harry D. Smith. 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. Ray Ellsworth. Mrs. George Huntington. Mr. & Mrs. Luther Wilson. Mr. & Mrs. Delmar Boyles. Mr. & Mrs, John H. Blay-! lock. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black- stone. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Roe. Mr. & Mrs. Dow 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. Roth- child. Mrs. A. H. Sweet. Mr. & Mrs. E. C. Peterson. Mr. & Mrs. C. D. ttoughta- ling. Daisie Nelson. Otis Thompson. Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Broylcs. Mr. & Mrs. Dale Park. Miss Hattie Lutz. Miss Nellie Lutz. Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr. Will Johanek. Mrs. George Kindler and Roy Kindler. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kindler. Mrs. W. C. White. Mrs. A. A. McBride. Mankato Golf Club. Mrs. Jennie Olson. Superlor Motor Parts. Richard Burns. Dr. and Mrs. Merwin D. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hiltgen. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 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 Russell. 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 Mrs. Raymond Me- Dill. Mrs. Bessie Kuiken. Miss Rachel Bales. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Blecha. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Suehs- land. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sharp. Mr. & Mrs. Harold 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. Cora Launchbaugh. Grace Black Memorial by Clarence Black. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon :Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carter. K & (i Care. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Ost. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Basart. Mr. & Mrs. Chas. McGinnis. Mrs. Hiram Severson. 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. H. R. Tyrell. Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Chilcott. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Balch. Mr. & Mrs. K. G. Ball. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Lange. Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Simon. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rhea. Mr. and Mrs. Neolin Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ram- sey. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Eaton. Flower Lovers Club. Mr. and Mrs. Bob G. New- ell. Mr. and Mrs. Korwin Korb. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stepp. Mr. & Mrs. Emmett Lewis. Mr. & Mrs. Orville Hafner. Mr. & Mrs. R. R. Richard- son. Mr. & Mrs. Gary Garman. Mr. & Mrs. Clifford McCune. Mr. and Mrs. John Howell. Mr. & Mrs. Roy Brandon. Mrs. Bessie M. Burton. Rev. and Mrs. Roscoe Also- brooks. Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Olena. Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Fogo. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Holdren, Mankato Livestock Commis- 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. Lee Corvis (Crop Care), Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Moser. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Moser. Mr. and Mrs. Chrissie Ah-! Pens. Mr. and Mrs. George Whar- ton. Mrs. Nellie Handley. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kindler. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Bo~les. Helen Ruosell. Mr, and MrS; Nelson Keeler. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berry. Mrs. Bert Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills. Mrs. Avis Hoard. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kinsey. Mr. & Mrs, Stanley Ozmun. Osborne Co. F.U. Co-op. Assn. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wiley. Mrs. Mabel Lorimor. Ralph and Ava Cramer. Mr. and Mrs. Claron Pax- son. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Wilson. Ross Ault. Mr. & Mrs. Carl O. Loomis. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Noller. Mr. and Mrs, Yerl A. Mendenhall. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stinson. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Seirer. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kis- singer. Callie Spielman. Oscar Hanson. Pleasant Hour Club. Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Stout. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Basel. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fisher. Mr. & Mrs. Herman Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Col- son. Mrs. James M. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Brad- ley. A. T. Thompson. Mrs. Lona H. Smith, Al- buquerque, N. M. John H. Alsop Sand Co. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler. Mr. and Mrs. John Dillman. Mrs. Opal Teeple. J & J Oil Company. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Dunstan. Mr. and Mrs. Clomer Sipe. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fall, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Swinton. Memorial for Mrs. Millie Reed from Seventh Day Ad- ventist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kono- valsky. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Meg. Beryle Jacobsen, A. R. Jacobsen. Grace Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kinsey. Willard Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. William Jones. Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Murray. Jacobsen Grain Supply. Mrs. Ethel Dunstan. Mrs. Lucy Bledsoe. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bangs. William T. Warren Me- morial by Formoso Lodge no. 3~ A. F. & A, M. Mrs. Lulu Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. James Peteete. Pat Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dia- mond. Mr. and Mrs. L, M, Welt- meP. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Weltmer Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morris. Mr. & Mrs. Norman Hesser. Mr. & Mrs. Evan Hanson. Mr. & Mrs. Walter Camp- bell. Mr. & Mrs. J. G. Everson. Mrs. John Collins. Carroll Collins. Mr. & Mrs. Donald Gering. Mr. & Mrs. Buford Essliu- get. Mr. & Mrs. C. T. Jones. Mr. & Mrs. H. M. Pangborn. Memorial to C. W. Inge, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Richmond E. Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hudiburgh. Mr. & Mrs. Fred Dicker. Mr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Staf- ford. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dietz. Ruth Fickel. Myrl Fickel. Mrs. Bessie Cooke. Mr. & Mrs. Bert Alcorn. Zella & Ivan Slaughter. Mrs. Helen Murphy. Mr.'& Mrs. Orville Thron- son. Mrs. Grace S. Chilcott. Mr. & Mrs. Larry David. Mr. & Mrs. Joe Hamilton. Busy Bee Club. R. A. Ward's Service, Scandia. Mr. & Mrs. Steve Arnoldy. Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Keeler. Anna B. Kinsey Memorial. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Weaver- ling. Junior Clio Club. Mr. & Mrs. A. W. Wilson. Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Wilson. Mr. & Mrs. Leo Obert. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gar- man. Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis. Mr. & Mrs. Roscoe Wrench. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman. Mr. & Mrs. Lynn Garman. Mr. & Mrs. Lester Bausch. Paul R. Roberts. Mrs. J. A. Spiegel. Sunshine Circle Club. Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Thompson. Mrs. C. T. Clegg. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thomp- son. Mr. & Mrs. James C. Dodd. Mrs. Bulah Folsom. Mr. & Mrs. Charlie An- drews. Mr. & Mrs. Vnehel Craw~ ford. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jacob- son. Mrs. Edna Goff. Verna Moravek. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Snyder, Joes. Coolrado. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Michael. Progressive Unit , Eabon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Miles. Zelda A. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Reed. Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd L. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. PoweU. Mr. & Mrs. Earl C. Perry. Mrs. Ollie Moon. leMr.,. & Mrs. Clarence Plx- Mr. & Mrs. Jessie Platt. E. U. B. Church of Mankato. Marvin Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Obert. Mrs. Christie Lewis. Mr. and Mrs, Lowell O. Yasmer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dreiling, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Le- Clair. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rafferty, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Meeker, toMr. & Mrs. Clarence Proc- ~Ir. and Mrs. Lyle Right- meier. Gladys Fordham. Thomas K. Ward. Ruth E. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higbee. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald James, Mr. & Mrs. Otto A. Renken. Mr. & Mrs. Bill Slmmons~ Mr. & Mrs. M. J. Peters. Mr. & Mrs. Carl Floroll. Mrs. Etta Young. Mrs. Maud Howland, "" Mr. & Mrs. Joe Kingsley, City Council The Mankato City Council met Tuesday evening. March 7, at 7:30 p.m. Present were Mayor Gayle Cristman, Coon. cilmen Cleo Hiltgen, Dale Sell', er, Doyle Alcorn, A, R. Weave erling and Eugene Meeker, City Clerk Finlay Munro ,~ City Superintendent Cliff Han- cock. : " Minutes of last month's meetings were read and q;p- proved. 'r Verl Michael and Leo Par, sons visited with the ~)ungU in regard to the deeds, e~.) on the land purchased from ~them by the City for wa~:) and sewer pro.~m)ts. ........ ~':>,: Roy aasart presented ~dt~a in regard to a Youth Cida~. This was tabled for; Itl~l~ study. ~ '' Max Liby, a M tO h~ School instructor, wah hired tO run the swimming pool fer tltlt coming season. Mr, Llhy W~ at the m0eting and diaeu~ routine problems, solUU0~, etc. A discussion was held on the moving of electric W~ in the city for house mov~ also on digging into atr~ for water and sewer hook~aL There will be an ordinance ~ the near future to take of this. Bills against the City read and approved. ........ Ordinance No. 518, all ofdl~ ance pro(,iding for and a~ pointing a City Attorney w~ approved. ManfoPd Holly Wal hired as City Attorney. Ordinance No. 517, an ~a, ance providing for the City Election, was adopted;. : The election board fOr City Election on April w~, be:ard, Elsie Alfred Broyles, Ross,l~'laie B~ ]] Kissinger and Monsole~ bey. Attend Music Auditions ; ::, At ..s _____ i Five Mankato music :'~ dents took part in the M~|~ Auditions, sponsored by ~ Kansas Federafl0a Women's Clubs at Hay~ ~t- urday. Roberta Meyer a~ Diane Rourke played in f~ year piano, Cindy Hal Nela Huntsinger sang /ear girl's voice and Mendenhall in first: voice. Their accom Jeannette Grout. sponsored by the Minerva Club of the Athena Junior Formoso. The accompanied the to hays: Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. Walter Mrs. Marvin Walker John Jones and Mr. Verl MendenhalI. American Legioll " i:! Birthday Party The American Legion iary will have a dinner party at the Hall at 6:30 p. Mar. 21, in honor of the, t ican Legion's birthday, Mr. and made a business trip last week,