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C A GONSOLIOATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MOM|I~I~ AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF I~l"S FOR JEWELL COUI~I'Y~ WE'RE FOR IT No. 41. | Sections - 14 Pc:e_" Monketo, Kansas Thursday, March 23, 1967 Jeweil County Home Economies Advisory Com- m. Back row (left to right): Mrs. Glenn Kind- Mrs. Claude Snyder, Mrs. Vaden Davis, Jr., Frances Holdren, H.E.A. Front row. Mrs. Mrs. Clarmcs Jemb, Cindy weli County Home Economics Advisory Com- Back row (left to Hght): Mrs. Wilbur Ob- Mrs. Elsie Howard, Mrs. Walter Hoiloway. row: Mrs. l)eane Fogo, Mrs. Curtis Dletz, Lvle Arasmlth, Mrs. Glenn Beldan. $. Buck says "The Who have the greatest influence today are planners. I won- know that?" planning for Home in Jewell County '~ne of the duties of the County Home Econo- Advisory Committee, also the group who s~ ~ad home econo- ion to all areas They aid, guide the County Home Economics Agent as she car- ries on her activities through- out the county. These ladies are elected at fall township elections to re- present the twenty-five town- ships within the county. The ladies meet monthly to handle the business of the organiza- tion and to make decisions re- garding the Home Economics program. These ladies give their time and effort to the benefit of all Jewell County families. ,m -- Outstanding records during the have earned honors" for 020 State University stu- to Alley H. chairman of the uni- Academic Standards that a student has honors is re- his permanent re- he also receives a from his dean. scholastic recog- K-State student must at least a 3.30 average (on a A equals 4.0) for of 15 semester work. The K-State who won scholastic the fall semester County are: Sher- Burr Oak; Alan Jewelh Donna Jean G, Graass, Teresa ,nkato" R o~er Randall; Pat- and Wayne Ar, Webber. HOURS Mankato City Library OPen from 3:00 to 6:00 beginning March Other opening hours as now. =.~ Van Royan of Sioux' was visitiP.g in and looking over pro-, the Mankato Packing Business Houses Will Be Closed for Good Friday Service The Mankato Business tlous,.,s will he ch,sed from t2:00 to 2:00 p. m. Friday. March ?4 The Good Friday Service will be held at the Methodist Church from 1:00 tc 2:00 p.m. Hays -- Clelia Howland and Mary Ruth Jones oJ Formoso will be among 41 student nurses receiving caps in pub- lic ceremonies March 10 at Fort Hays State College. Two of the group are men and will receive emblematic patches to wear on their shirt pocket. Dr. Victor F.,ddy, chief of the medical staff at Hadley Me- morial Hospital in Hays, will address the students and their guests. The capping ceremony will mark the first appearance of new blue and white uniforms adopted for Fort Hays State nurses, and in the week follow- ing, the students will begin floor work in the two Hays hospitalS, Dear Sir: Find enclosed check for our '67 subscription. We always en- joy the news and especially watching Mankato grow. Respectfully, Wm. Bechtold Brighton, Colorado ! ,. Van Royan is an Mr. and Mrs. Milton Van cattle buyer and this project thor- Wey of Beloit were Mankato is a friend of Man-[ visitors ThursdaY. Milton stop- Co. officials atoll ped at the Record of floe and had his name added to otw associated with] sulmcrillti list. I The MinilKerial Association of Mankato is sponsoring a Unio~ Good Friday Service which will be held on Friday, March 24, at 1:00 P.M. at the Harmony Methodist Church. The speaker for the service will be Rev. James Millstead, National Highway $6 Mooting el St. Joseph, Me. Mr. and Mrs. George Jen- sen, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Biecha and Forrest Fair drove to St. Joe, Me. Friday to at- te'nd the annual National High- way 36 Association meeting on Saturday. Melvin and Forrest were nominated and elected to serve on the Board of Direc- tors for the ensuing year. The guest speaker was Mr. Jack Lacy, Director, Department of Economic Development for Kansas. This meeting was well attended and the public is urged to attend the annual State meeting in Atwood, Kan. on May 12th. Rep. Arden Dierdorff was the panel moderator. Arden is chairman of the roads and highway committee in the Kan- sas liouse of Representatives. A copy of the resolutions passed at the meeting was sent to Governor Robert Docking, Kansas State Highway Com- mission, and the high~,ay and roads committees in the Kan- sas House and Senate. The main section of the re- solution stated: "The National Highway 36 Association ~ives strongest support to an accel- erated highway program in Kansas, based on highway user fees and taxes; to the use of revenue from additional highway user funds for bond L'inancing and to construction of freeway systems as opp~,sed to pledging of highway funds for toll roads." Some of the facts brought out at the meeting: Kansas has the 3rd largest highway sys- tem among the states in the union (133,000 miles); this state ranks 29th among the states in the amount of money spent for higl~ways: and Kan sas has the lowest rate of high- way user tax per vehicle of any state in the union. Lawrence -- The names of 28 University of Kausas coeds have been entered in the com- petition for the queen of the annual Engineering Exposition April 21 and 22, The queen, who will have the title of "Learned Miss", will be selected from candi- dates nominated by women's living groups or by K, U. en- gineering students. Six finalists will be selected following interviews, and will be announced March 17 during a St. Patrick's Day party, The queen will be selected by ballot of engineering stu- dents during the week of Mar. 20. The queen and her atten- dants will reign over the Ex- position and the queen will be entered in the Miss Lawrence - KU contest. One of the candidates for queen is Cheryl Halstead, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Halstead, of Mankato. CARD 'OF THANKS We take this method of ex- pressing our thanks and gratl. rude to the people of the Senior Citizens Homes and relatives for a surprise coffee honoring our 62nd wedding anniversary held in Myrl and Ruth Fickle's apartment. Thanks for the lovely flowers and cards. May God's. richest blessings be with all our relatives and friends. --Mr. and Mrs. John Beam. Clarence Meokers To Colebrets 4Sth Wedding Anniversary The children of Mr. and' Mrs. Clarence Mocker will hold open h,mse for their parents' ~th wJJddin| anrdvm.esW on Sunday, March Mth, at the Amezt sn LeMon Hall In Man, kate from | 4 p.m. pastor of the First Baptist Church. The Ministerial Association would also like to" extend their appreciation'to the business- men and women who will be closing their places of business during the service, nn II nl nu|nl A Report On Commercial Club Membership As of March 20th, a total of $2286.00 in dues has been re- ceived from the following per sons or firms: John Alsop Sand Co., Roy Basart, Ben Franklin Store, George Bechtold, Clarence Beck, C. L. Black, Blaylock Oil Co., Melvin Blecha, Boo- gaarts, Buffalo Roam Steak ~ouse, Bureman Roofing Co., Sellevtlle, Walter Campbell, Chilcott Motors, Clyde & Rex's Barber Shop, Dale Crangle, Crest-Vue Motel, Dick's TV & Radio, Ray Dietz, Dreiling Dept. Store, Frank Dugger, E & R Mobil, Alvin Fail, Jr., Clod tliltgen, O, K, Fearing, First National Bank, Gamble's Siort, The Gas Set vice Co., Graham's Trailer Park, Halstead Shoe Store. Hills Construction Co., Ada L, Hills Father .lames Hoover. Jewe'll County Co-op, Jewell County Record, J-J Oil Co., K & C Care, Kisslnger Real Es- tate, Kramer's, L & B Electric. I. C. LeBow, Lehrling Chevro- let, Mankato Feed & Seed. Mankato Laundry, Mankato Livestock Commis. seen, Mankato Welding. Me. Carthy Hardware Co., Mrs. Beth Merrill. Midwest Lumber Co., Mankato Greenhouse, Fin lay Munro, Newell Implement Co., Chas. T. Nichols, Osborne County Farmers Union, Qualit~ Cleaners, R-K Shopper, Lyl Rafferty, Ranch Bowl, Clyde Reed, Buck Roberts, Byron Rogers, Rev. Dean Rose, Helen's Beauty Shop, Seems' Barber Shop, Dr. Robert Simon, Went Smith, Wilbur Sothers, Court- land, Southwestern Bell Tele- phone Co,, R. W. Standeruick, State Exchange Bank, W. R. Wilson, K, E. Davis, Superior Motor Parts, Harry Swope, 36- 56 Service Station, Opal Teeple, Donald Thompson, Grog Thus- reel. Esbon. W. J. Turner, E. M. Tyler, Ute Theatre, Wagner Drug Store. Waugh Oil & Gas Co., Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer, Carl Westln, Wilbeck Rest Home. A contribution to the Club was donated by Albert Sharp. D. E. Crangle, Sec.-Treas. U. S. D. 271l School will be dismissed at all attendance centers at 1:45 March 23 for Easter vacation, and classes will resume on Tuesday at the Formoso, Love- well and Montrose attendance centers. Classes will resume at the Mankato attendance center on Wednesday. Parent-Teacher conferences will be held at the Mankato attendance center March 28 and at Lovewell. Formoso and Montrose March 29. A schedule of conferences will be sent to parents of students in grades kindergarten through six. It is impossible to schedule confer- ences for Jr. High and High School as many teachers have at least 130 students. Grade cards will be given to the par- ents at the conferences. If Jr. High and High School parents are unable to see a teacher, the cards will be give~ to the student on the following day. All parents who received "down slips" e~trlier should de- finitely plan to visit with the teachers. = Mark Alan Smith Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith ##f ~daUa, Me, are the parents of an 8 lb. 13~ oz. son, Mark Alan, born March I, IM?. There are two misters and thr brothers. Mrs Veda Drake, formerly of Mankato is the maternal andmothw. O g O Left to right: Ted Rathert, .any Gante bMn, Eugano Mlek, l Pn7 Clare e Joe HeM H k. Sad[ Bill Chdstolear, Doyle Alcorn, Walter Mayors, Jim Wilson,1 Rodnoy McCsmmon, and tires /hummel. Pictured arc members of the Mitchell CooperaLive Electric [16th. The board meets in regu- four-district area which it Boar(i ,)f Trustees and ~ '",e Co. in front of its headquarters llar session each m.on,l~ and.!ts serves. s h Jewell ~ a~ch mcmoers are e~ectea zrom me af the employee., of t e " buildin~ in Mankato on M ' ] NOTICE OF CAUCUS I " | P'' -- " '- "' 4~ .o,.- ...... o,__:-oo, -- c oos o,i Annual t:ast, lr tOO Nun tb There will be a caucus of There will be a , mm qualified electors belonging to qualified electors belonging toi the Citizens Party at the City the Conservative Party at the . . . = Hall Basement, Thursday, Correll Hotel Dining23,Room1967 on: II'l|"~ rck]llKStO1]----1---I Marcn'" March 23, 1967, at 7:30 .M., Thursday, March ao~ for the purpose of nominating 7:30 P. M., for toe purpose i ates for the offices of nominating candidates for the The Annual Easter Egg )f e s Each sack will be re. ~:~ ~v~:d~dr Police Judge and five oftices of Mayor, Police Judge. Hun!, sponsored by -the dee~gd" for five cents when it ji c.-unciimen to be filied at the and five Councilmen to ~e nu- ~an~ato ~namoer or uom- is returned to the merchant, . :" """ ." -,' ...... '--'o elec ed at the regular City of Man- merce wdl be held Saturday. . ~ .......... a ....~.. , re ut rUlty OI ~.VA~lll~ab" ' wnose name J~ u~aml~:u v. ~*~ ,' tt;~ ~be held on Tuesdaykato .election .to be held on March 25. at 2:30 p.m. at the sack : ~i./.. , , Tuesday, April 4 1967. Mankato City Park " " s of bad weath@t~,;/i~" ' ~: ril 4 1967 ' ~n ca e .,.tl~. ,~:; Ap ' Rov art Charles W Ramey, Special hunt areas will be ill be ost oned Un~ ' ---. Bas , . . hunt w p P Chairman Chairman prowded for the varmus age Saturday Anril 1 Monsolete Trubey, Rodermk E. Weltme , groups: Preschool age k~ds, Merchants are asked to take Sem etary Secretary hrough ~he s~xth grade w~ll~ I ,' , " ' ' ' ,' their sacks to the City Hal '~unt eggs in their respective by 10:00 am. Saturday, March Front row, left to right: lq tt , Hmb 3e y, Jay Wlerenga, and Tom Dieken. Back row, left to fight: Jim Gunter, Dwight Mart, D 'aM Stearns, and Clyde Reed. Nell Lianberpr and Brad F. lw were not present when the picture was lapp k l able to stand a lot of grazing the balance of the year, O By Clyde C. Reed Pasture prospects are poor because of dry weather, Many Another way of protecting the pastures is to plant supple- mental pastures such: as sudan. Sudan that is fertilized will make a lot of pasture later on. It will come on in July and pastures were grazed short last year and these are vulner- August when our native pas- tures will need some help if it able to overgrazing this year, Pastures that are grazed doesn't rain above normal. short let rain water run off Overgrazing pastures weak- from them so.they continue to ens and kills the good grasses get lower in grass production, and they may never come A big top growth on grass back. We need to do all we causes the roots to go deep in can to protect them. the ground which results in a Many pastures won't be graz- big top growth again, ed until it rains because the Grass that is overgrazed ponds are dry. Some farmers continues to produce less and have pit sites, where we can less. The tall grasses become find live water. These are dominant in the pasture, pretty scarce but some are The dry pastures are realI available,' A drag line is work- serious to our cattle produc- lng in the county. A wet site teen. Many pasturesneed someI needs a drag tins to dig the rest this spring. Pastures not pit. grazed until June would beI IT'SKEEpTHETHATWATERcouNTsYOU Dear Boyds. ' We have seen so many for- mer Kansas and Jewell County folks, that we hardly realize that we are so far off. We have sure enjoyed them. When we get caught up and have a little time will try and let you know what has been' goin~ on down here. Best wishes tO all. ,Frank and Ruth DtlJ|er Tucson, Amou. NOTICE Drivers License examine. teens will not be given on Fri- day afternoon, March 24, due to the one-half day holiday on Good Friday, according to C. W. McKay. chief driving II. sense examiner of Kansas. Examinations will be remnm- ed on Monday, March It. Me. Nay said. treas. Merchaois ~ill orovide sdcks Southwestern Bell Telephone~ Company today announced the plans to equip its new passen- ger cars and trucks with emis- sion control devices to help combat the growing problem of air pollution. The first new vehicles equip- ped with the control devices will be delivered to the Com. pany in April. They will then be placed into service in Kan- sas and throughout Southwest- ern Bell territory, Joining the Company's fleet of almost 11,000 vehicles in Texas, Okla- homa, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas. "Southwestern Bell, like oth- er companies, is concerned about the growing nationwide menace of air pollution," said James F. Haake, vice presi- dent and general manager for the Company in Kansas. "We are hopeful that by taking the initiative and installing these emission control devices in our new vehicles we will contribute to the solution of the air pollu- tion problem as well as encour- age other firmswith large ve- hicle fleets to do the same thing. "As older vehicles are re- placed, our entire fleet of pass- enger cars and service trucks will eventually have the anti- pollution devices?' Southwestern Bell operates a fleet of 1,135 vehicles in Kan- sas. The vehicles travel nearly 12 million miles annually, The control devices, which will be installed by the vehicle I ,ms i manufacturei', are actually two separate systems. One syste~ controls crankcase emissions and another controls exhaust emissions from the tail pipe, The function of the exhaust emission system ls to prev~t unburned hydrocarbons from reaching the tail pipe, particu- larly at times of deceleratlop and idling when the ft~l-alr mixture is richest and internal combustion is incomplete. Altogether, 1,300 Southwest- ern Bell vehicles will be pitt. chased this year with the anti- pollution equipment. Abeut 118 of these will go into service in Kansas. Dear Boyds, A 'check for $4 elie..}oeed. please extend our sulZseript/~ for a year. We don't want to be without the hometown INt. per. Congratulations on the new "Look" of your newspaper, We like it very much. We have had a very mild winter here. Lots of Wind, but very little snow. Kind regards, Wilma Sleeper Box 45 Douglas, Wyo, 8~33 Orville James Buys Registered Angus Bull Orville James, Formoso. re. cently purchased an Aberdeen, Angus bull from Robert Korb, Jr., Burr Oak, Kansas. Den ! Cub keut8 Visit Record Office Den 5 of the Mankato Cub Scouts and their den mother, Mrs. Virgil Beoughar visited the. Record office Monday. March 13th. 'fl e group is atxNe. left to right: Scott Ndson, m. I Barrel Becugh~, Jlma~ ray, Mrs. Virgil B~0~h~, and Rlcky Hancock, The Cub Scout progralM iS it worthwhile ac~tivlty. We ed having the opportun/t~ visit with them mng and their den moths' wh~~,, thq v tsd the