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4-H'ers in Regionat County had a large 4-H members, who in the Regional at Beloit Saturday, llth. In last week's pa- lint of the Blue Ribbon and their pictures Ribbon winners and are printed this Borger, Limestone Boiler, Odessa, Pro- Red. Vdx ! Instrumental Solo. Charlotte Borger- Public SpealdnE. Sandra Saint, Buffalo Valley, Jr. Demonstration, Red. Wanda Oplinger, Buffalo Val- ley, Vocal Solo, Red. Terry Voboril, Odessa, In- strumental Solo, Red. Dale Switzer, Formoso Will- ing Workers, Public Speaking, Red, Crystal and Steve Van Horn Limestone ValIey, Instrumen- tal Ensemble, Red. The 4-H'ers did very well Regional 4-H Day and we are proud of the work that they have been doing in Jewell County, Van Home. nstrumm -Jm r DmmmUsmL Swltz ., Sr. - Public Slmldq. By Mrs. Delbert Bird Worship services were not held at Union Chapel Sunday because the work in the church was not finished. The church members worked most of last week getting the church clean- ed and redecorated. Mr. and Mrs. Nolin HaJny were hosts to a pre-Easter din- 'her Sunday in their home. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hajny and family of Courtland, Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Meeker of Man- kato, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hajny were present for the at turkey dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Max Foutz and family, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Zeta Banks in Campbell, Nebr. Mrs. Eustace Bean of Inn- vale, Lois Thompson, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Thompson of Lebanon were Sunday even- ing guests in the Wayne Schoe- ni home in Kensington in honor of Eldon Thompsons' wedding anniversary. Elmer Leibbrandt, Homer Richter, Curtis Bodeman and Robert Korell of Hayes Center Nebr. visited Albert Russell Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Davis Jr, and family were guests, Sunday in the Verna Davis: home in Concordia. Mr, and Mrs, Rex Kugler and Roger made a business trip to Kansas City Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Claron Paxson Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Winslow and family and Mr, and Mrs. Nathan Winslow were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Pax- son home in Esbon, Linda Foutz was a Tuesday overnight guest of Vickt Bur- gess of Esbon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Howard. Mrs, Glenn Rightmeier and family of Mankato were callers Sunday in the Chas. Love home. Chas.-Love, Jr. of Belle- villa, Mrs. Nellie Gillett and the Nolin Hainy family and Rita HaJny of Courtland called last week at the Love's. Ladies Aid was postponed until this Wednesday because the Aid served lunch at the Carl Small sale last Wednes- day. A gift was purchased by the community and friends and presented to the Smalls. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kugler islted Mr. and Mrs. Billie Jo Kugler at Red Cloud Sunday fternoon. Albert Russell returned to his home Wednesday from the Red Cloud hospital following surgery. Mrs. Wilbur Obert The Esbon American Legion birthday party was well attend- ed Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert and girls were Saturday dinner guests of Harold Heitschmidts near Natoma. They got a cou- ple inches of snow Saturday morning. Dabble Clark came home from the hospital Wednesday morning and is getting along fine. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Reinert and Mrs. Peter Reinert of Tip- ton were Thursday supper guests of Joe Reinerts. Wilbur Obert had a coyote gun explode in his face while trying to bait it Thursday. He had his face peppered with debris from the shell but no serious injury. Herbert Heltschmldt of La- mar, Colo. was a Thursday morning caller at our place. He'd been to Cherokee, Iowa and was returning home. A local man from this area who was caught on Beloit's main street picking up dimes in the intersection .lust had a slight misfortune dropping his Jar and breaking it, spilling dimes all over. But he was persistent. He found them all and proceeded to the bank to Lynda Abram, Jim Dooley, and Kerma Headrick, Jewell, Kansas, were par- ticipants in the Kansas Youth International Affairs Seminar in Washington, D. C., March 4-11. Those attending from the First District are pictured on the steps of the Cannon House Office Building with Congressman Bob Dole. teposit them. As hard as they are to get, I don't blame any- one for tying up traffic picking up coins. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert were Wednesday dinner guests of Nick Heitschmidts of Os-! borne. I understand Bill Peroutek is seriously thinking of not taking flying lessons ???. But he'd rather have his feet on the ground. He's leaving flying to the birds. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Katten- berg are the proud parents of a baby daughter born March 16th at Smith Center. She will answer to the name of Patti Marie. She has three sisters to welcome her, Mrs. Myrtle Winslow is the maternal grand- mother. Mr. and Mrs, Ernie Kattenberg are the paternal grandparents. Great grandpar- ents are Mr, and Mrs. Henry Kattenberg, Mrs, Ella Wins- low, Mrs. Esther Carper, great great grandmother, Effie Bas- sett. Mr. and Mrs. Van Druff and children and Nancy Miller; were weekend guests of Mrs. Van Druff's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Deibert, Ricky Underwood played a trumpet solo for church Sunday morning which we all appre- ciated. Keep up the good work, Ricky. The migration north has be- gun. Birds, ducks and geese and Lloyd and Margie Marl- hugh arrived home Friday from McAllen, Tax. Welcome home, neighbors. Odessa Aid will meet with Sally Sipe this Thursday after- noon. Don't forget Good Friday services at Esbon Friday even- ing at 7:30. The National Farmers Or- ganization is holding its milk add you should hear what ter- rible people they are to do such a thing. But the same milk the consumer is buying, the farmer producing is going broke producing it. Grade C milk in this area is less than $,!.00 per hundred. Compare that with the price you pay at the grocery counter. Someone Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Han- cock of San Diego, Calif. have recently bought the franchise on a Speedee Mart Grocery Store located at 3111-30th St. in San Diego. The Speedee Mart Stores are a division ol the Southland Corporation ot Dallas, Tax., which have stores located from coast to coast. Gary and Shirley have four fine children and are now nice- ly settled in their new business. Gary is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hancock of Man- kato, Kans. between is reaping an enor- mous profit. I hope soon we farmers will become concerned enough for our fellow farmer we'll cooperate to help him have his dream of a family farm of his own and not be so selfish. We care only for our- selves and see him lose his life's work and dreams be- cause I was too busy and un- concerned to help. You and I are responsible to our fellow neighbor and should help in any way we can. Put yourself at tim sale of the farmer forced to quit because he's gone broke or going and must sell out and see if you could stand there and feel no remorse, because you didn't do your best to help your fellow farmer when he needed it. All the condolence and words won't give him back what he's lost because you didn't help. These farmers are only asking a fair price, not an enormous profit. Are you doing your share? I care. Do you? Mankato Eager Beavers 4-H Q: What is orange and grows in the front yard? A: Grass. I was just kidding about the color. ,, w What a way to start the club meeting of the Mankato Eager Beavers! Twelve members got the March 2 meeting off to a lively start by answering roll call with a Joke or riddle. Renee read the thank you notes from Mrs. Lichty. Oscar and Renee reported on the council meeting they attended. Mrs. Silsby also attended this meeting. A committee of par- ents was appointed to plan the Parents' Night which will be the April meeting. This will be on April 6. The club will present a window disvlt~y' at some future date in the 'Post Office window. Diedra led the club in group singing. Bar- bara Smith gave a project talk on knitting. She gave some terms and their defini- tions. A very interesting de- monstration on the best way to shine shoes was given by Os- car. Renee had music appre- ciation about Englebert Hum- perdinck and .played "Chil- ' dren's Prayer" from his opera Hansel and Gretel. Tadht and A. C. led recreation. The next "neeting will be April 2 at ~Vhite School. --Renee Silsby, Substitute Reporter. Dear Boyds, My subscription for the Re- cord expired with the February issues. Would you please start the new subscription and send me the back issues I've miss- ed. Since my mother, the late Aura Kimbrough is gone, it is my contact to keep up with the progress of the home town. After returning from Kansas in July, my husband was not feeling well, We started check- ing with doctors -- it was can- cer and he was taken in Octo- ber after much suffering. God has given us strength to Hays -- Conferring on a problem are Steven Heiman, Hays State College. Heiman, a Mankato freshman, and Ro- mathematics major, is the son bert Gumm, assistant profes- of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hei- sor of mathematics at Fort man. 7:15 - 8:30 Nightly GERALD BECKENHAUER, Song Evangelist IK N MANLEY, ZV ,aist IIIIIll II IIIIIII I go through the hardships of JEWE2A, COUNTY lgD the past year and I'm sure He Thursday, March 23, will continue to be our refuge. Page $ - | The Mankato paper is sure a progressive paper (I like all Mrs Ruth E. Price, 62i the.p ctures), keep up good cago Rd. - 60411, CMcag0 work. Enclosed is a check for $8.00 Heights, Ill. for one subscription to Mrs. Thank you. Keith D. St. Pierre, 134 Nantl Sincerely, - 60466, Park Forest, Ill. and Ruth Ktmbrough Price, IIIIIII I I I .-- - ~ I I I I I IIJ]l, i | I ,i | ! II 1966 CAPRICE (Real Extra Nice); 327, Air, Steering, Brakes, Vinyl Top. 1966 CHEVY II; C1d., Automatic. 4-Door; Real Clean. 1965 IMPALA SUPER SPORT; 4.On-The. Floor, 327 V.-8. 1963 IMPALA 4-Door Hard Top; Red and White, Low Mileage, One Owner, Real Nice, with Factory Air. 1963 IMPALA 4.Door; Steering, Brakm, and 327 V.8. 19.64 IMPALA; V-8, Stick, with Factory Air. 1964 IMPALA; V-S, Steering, Brakes and Ak. 1957 CHEV. STATION WAGON; V-8 and Automatic. 1955 CHEV. 2-Door; V-S, Automatic. 1957 LINCOLN; Extra Nice. See This One. . ,, ,i - I , I I I I II I II 1964 CHEV. Ton. ]963 CHEV. Ton. 1958 IHC Ton. See This One. 1952 GMC Ton. ][949 CHEV. % Ton. 1959 CHEV. 2 Ton Truck; Hoist. 16-foot Bed and STILL HAVE 2 BONANZA SALF. LEFT: BEL AIR 4-Door V-8 .................. $255 discount FLEETSIDE Ton Pickup ........ $233 disooun ,el , , i , i1, MANKATO, KANSAS Phone 8-3471 C LA.C. & BANK FINANCING III I I I I STARTING AT 2:30 P. M. MANKATO CITY PARK PRE-SCHOOL THRU 6TH GRADE CHILDREN ARE ELIGIBLE TO HUNT. SPECIAL AREAS WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THE VARIOUS AGE GROUPS. EACH SACK IS WORTH 5c WHEN REDEEMED FROM MERCHANT WHOSE NAME IS STAMPED ON SACK. In case of bad weather, hunt will be postponed for one week. I I II I 'IIII Ill IIIIIII I III II I llii I I l i it