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i- JEWEI.L COUNTY RECORE Thursday. March 30, 1967 Page 4 - Sectloa 1 gLANCES WITH MARY P t CES IV MeW lerucos Heldnm Jewall C4mnty Home Economics Agent 4mmmm~mmP Ws The One-color Look "For Spring" One color flowing from th, garment to the shoes is the big look for spring. Whether you're dressing for day or evening, try for that one-color look. Match the color in the gar- ment with stockings and shoes. For a variation, wear con- trasting color of shoes from the color of the garment and stockings. How about match- ing the stockings and shoes with a contrasting color in the dress? The contrasting color can be bold or subtle. For a bold con- treat, combine a navy blue dress with opaque green stock- Ings and matching patent shoes. What's a subtle contrast? Wear a brown and beige checked spring suit with dark brown matching shoes and sheer or opaque stockings, A white dress with sheer, shim- mar silver nylons is another example of a subtle contrast. Shoes are in color. Shin patent leathers are brown, red,I yellow, pink, and apple green./ aAnd season of colorful dressesI colorful shoes means yourt legs must be color coordinated it you're fashion conscious. Color for the legs comes in sheer, opaque, metallic, net, fine crochet, and even plastic. They range from high inten- sity neon to slick and wet. Color takes a different look in each of the hoisery types. Legs are up front for spring. Choose hoisery that's up front in color for that "one-color look" this spring, Fruits 1967 You'll find more canned fruit, more frozen fruit, less dried fruit, and more canned and frozen juices than last year. You'll find bargains a- mong processed citrus fruits and juices. Prices for frozen juice concentrate declined in January 1067. Among canned fruits, the more plentiful items such as peaches, pears, and fruit cock- tail will provide good values. Frozen strawberries are in good supply. Canned fruits may creep up in price because of higher costs for fruit and for process- ing and distribution. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Pierce and Kimberly of Hutchinson, Kans. and her mother, Mrs. Raymond O'Hara, spent the Easter weekend in Lincoln, Nebr. with Mrs. O'Hara's mo- :ther, Mrs. C. M. Geiger, who will be 90 next summer, and Mrs. O'Hara's four sisters, Misses Lucy, Susie and Alice Gelger of Lincoln and Mrs. Wilbert Fritz of Washington, D,C. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank friends and relatives for their visits, cards, letters, gifts and many kind- nesses extended to me on my recent 91st birthday, --R. R, Richardson. AROUND THE COUNTY with Jim Gunter, County Agricultural Agent ~e Musk Thistle: Musk or nodding thistle has t~come an important noxious weed pest in most. areas of Jewell County during the past few years. This weed is found on al- most all types of land but more especially in pastures apd waste areas. These areas should be checked thoroughly for musk thistle infestation this spring. Due to dry weather condi- tions and a relatively cold spring last year, control was not too satisfactory in some areas, so the infestation could be considerably worse this year. Good control can be had with 2,4-D applied at the rate of 1½ to 2 pounds per acre before the plant starts to send! up a seed stalk. In some i cases it may be necessary to spray a second time, in the fall, for complete control. Musk thistle has the ability to establish new seedlings during warm periods in late fall. In most years the period be- tween April 15 and May 10 is most satisfactory for spring spraying. Check with the County Nox- ious Weed Department about chemicals, Lawns: A good lawn brightens and unifies the entire landscape planting. Since it provides the setting for everything we do in the landscape, we need to give it special attention each spring. Early spring lawn *care con- slats of fertilizing, seeding, and weed control. In early spring the lawn should be cleaned with a rake to remove all leaves and debris which may have collected over the winter. Use a garden or power rake to remove any accumu- lations of lawn cuppings. The next step is to apply a commercial fertilizer at the rate of I pound of actual ni- trogen per 1,000 square feet: about 6 pounds of 16-48-0 fer- tlilzer per 1,000 square feet. After fertilizing, water the soil thoroughly to prevent burning the grass and to get the fertilizer down to the roots where it is needed. For seeding in patches in the lawn usually a straight grass variety is more satis- factory than a mixture. A pre-emergent type crab- grass killer, such as sacthal, should go on now on establish- ed lawns, if you have a crab- grass problem. For broadleaf weeds, use 2,4-D in the same form. Ionia Mrs. Lovona BaHlay , Mrs. Rose Michael and her daughters of Denver spent the Easter vacation with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wright and brother, Lyle, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose spent a week at Peoria, Ill. at- tending a Swine Promotion meeting there. Mrs. Rose and a friend visited at the court- house there where the Specht Jury are being selected. Very few have qualified to serve. It was necessary for them to pass the Security Guard. The Roses have purchased a new camper, They_ :,ame, back I1 @ Tours of the Building by Telephone Hosts. Learn How Your Phone Is Kept Ready to Serve You at a Moment's Notice, 24 Hours a Day, Every Day of the Year. • Free Souvenirs... Refreshments... Special Exhibits. • Meet the Telephone People Who Serve You. Call by Number, It's Twice As Fast through Kansas and visited her uncle, Floyd Simmelink, who was hospitalized there. Rodney, Tammy and Sylvia visited at the A~nold Rose, Gordon Alcorn and aria Van Wey homes while, their par- ents were gone. Mr, and Mrs. Rolls Dietz helped Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dietz and boys move from Downs to Clay Center Wednes- day. School students enjoyed a short Easter vacation from Friday to Tuesday. Danny Simmelink and Gene- va Bartley are among those being quite ill with the meas- les. Clelia and Nyla Thomas spent their Easter vacation with their grandmother, Mrs. Garnett Thomas at Smith Cen- ter. Our community was shocked and grieved when word came that Floyd Simmelink passed away at a Kansas City hospi- tal Friday morning. He is sur- vived by his wife, Mary; sons, Ronnie, Danny and Scott, all of the home; two brothers, Glen of Madras, Ore. and Maurice of Ionia; three sis- ters, Mrs. Nels Anderson and Mrs, Bob Moritz, both of Den- ver and Mrs. Wilbur McIntyre of Saline; many other relatives and friends. Our sincere sym- pathy to his family. Memorial services were held at Ionia Monday morning. Glenn Bartley, Jr. of Man- hattan spent the weekend at home. Saturday evening he and Margery Brent of Alton were guests of the Roger Gregg fam- ily at Norton. Easter weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meeker of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koster, Jr. of Kansas City, Jerry Rose and Jeanice Ma. hanke both of Omaha. We have received light sho- wers several days last week amounting to .25 inch or more which is certainly appreciated. We hope for a good general rain over our area soon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Billenwill- iams of SaUna and Mr. and Mrs. Lester states were Sunday afternoon callers of Mrs. Bess- ie Stites and Doris. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley, Glenn, Jr. and Gaff were Eas- ter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Thayer and Ronnie. Mr, and Mrs. Rolls Dietz and Sherri and Mrs. Bertha Dietz were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Leonard and girls of Mankato. George Hull of Mankat0 passed away Friday and me- morial services were held on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hull were long time Ionia community residents. Our sym- pathy to his wife and children. Mr, and Mrs. Jennings Bar- get and Charlotte were Easter guests of Mrs. Thelma Hauptli of Glen Elder. Easter guests of Mrs. Mae Terrill ~ere Mr. and Mrs. Ora Billenwillms of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Alcorn, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Abrams, Jolene and Paul and Jim Lewis of Steamboat Springs, Colo. Mrs. Bob Billen and Troy of "rile CHURCH IfOIq ALL ALL Iron TH[ CHUNCH The Church is the grmtmt factor on urth for the butldlnl of duwlc- tar and good idtizenehip. It is a store- house of spilitual value=. Without • ,~ron! Church, neither demo~acy nor civilisatlon can survive. There are four sound reuom why every person should attend sarvicsa regu- larly and support the Church. They are: (1) For his ownsake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material npport. Plan to So to church rqu- hrly and mad your Bible daily. .e s,ands a,one , king a,most *oo sma,, *or *he burden o,1 . books. You watch him, and you wonder what he is thinking. But you that if you were to ask him, he'd only look up with a little shrug and ---"Oh, nothing." , : "Nothing is so often a child s answer to the deeper questions. haps a child knows instinctively that he can't hope to put into clear/ b all the puzzle, the confusion, the joy, sorrow, and wonder that comeS• l growing up. And "nothing" can become -- to you -- the most frustrSt , w word in the world. : .Js What can you do about it? You can love him, and you can help in every way you know. You can be sure that he is given a chance th to church with you, and to Church School. Here he will find some best answers of all to that long list of questions that will become still, as time goes by. j ¢1, Exodus Isaiah Matthew Luke John Ephesians ~, 4 b, -- WEBB~R METHODIST ASSEMBLY CF GOD EVANGELICAL ulil~ CHURCH CHUKCH BRETHREN CH UR~IL," Webber, Kansas G.S. Wi~lsrd~ Paul Life, MIsld~m Loren J. Silsby, Minister Pastor Morning Worship .~ ~ Dele Crispin, S. S. Supt. Sunday School 10:00 a. m.Sunday ~hool ,. 10:~me Morning Wor-~p 9:30 a.m.SpecialM°rningChildrens'W°rship Service11:00 a. m. W.S.W.Swednesday of ........ eachlStl~.}I~"e Church School .. 10:30 a.m. "in Basement 11:00 a.m. t~ Cheat~ Rehearsal, Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. ~'-"" ~.e~ ~" Wed ...........7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer MONTROSE ME WSCS--lst and 3rd Service ......... 7:30 p.m. Rev. Dean "cHuRcEI . Wednesdays .. 2:00 p.m. C' 'RCH Veme Demp ey, IONIA EVANGEUCAL ESBON ---" UNITED BRETHREN Worship Service • CHURCH Winter Schedule: Church School DAVID TRO'rr, Minister8:30 a.m. at Esbon ---- 10:00 a.m. at Smith Center Worship Service. 11:00 a.m. Sunday School.. 10:00 a.m.OLIVE JRCH NAZARENE The "Y" Fellowship every R.R. I - Superior, Nebr. Lee Hille , other Sunday afternoon at aev. Dorman Foley 2:00 p.m. Minister Morning Worship .... r"1 Chrlssle Ahrens, S. S. Supt. Sunday School ..... iJh : UNION CHA L Sunday School .. 10:00 a.m. Evening Worship E. U. B. CHURCH Church Service .. 11:00 a.m. Youth Service. .... Earl Enyeart, Pastor Mid-Week Prayer Wednesday Evenin Supt., Vaden Davis, Jr.Meeting, Wed.. 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting .... DenverThompsonandof MrS.MankatoLawrenCespent Sunday Sch~--~. 10:00 a.m. Northbranch Friends Church ' E[RST B~L~ Friday with Mrs. Bessie states Morning Worship lh00 a.m. Wendell Barnett, pastor CHURCB- and Doris. 1st and 3rd Sunday Evenings: LaJaunta Winsiow, S.S. I~v James MII!le~L,I1 " . 'J~lF~lr Sunday guests of Mrs. Bessie Bible Study ...... 7:00 P.M. Supt. SundaY School • states and Doris were Mr. and The Fellowships .. 7.00 P. M. Sunday School at .... 10:00Worship ....... Worshlp at ......... 11:00Training Union .. MrS.Mr. andRalPhMrs.StiteSoraandBillemvilli-BradleY' ESBO~HURCH F, zcnd3 Youth at 6:45 p. m, Even/ng Worship ?:~ ams, Mr. and Mrs, Jim Me- Earl Enyeart, Pastor Evening Worship at 7:30 Se ice ...... Millan and Mr. and Mrs, Lea- Earl Slkby, S. S. Supt. Prayer Meetingat 7:30 p.WednesdaYM. Mid Neek Prayer - tar states, Morning Wor' p 9:45 a,m. Wednesday Cecil Hillman returned home last week from St. Joseph's Sunday School.. 10:45 a.m. FORMOSa COMMUNrrY Hospital of Concordia and is 2nd and 4th Sunday Evenings: CHURCH CHURCI'I ,, improving from his recent am'- Youth Fellowship .. 6:30 P.M. Paul Temple, Minister Michael Hines, • ---- Smday: gery. .--.-------- EIL/RR CHRISTIA Summer Schedule ' able School .... Weekend guests at the Ran- CHURC~ Sunday School ... 9:45 a.m. " orship Hour ..' aid Seamans home were Mr. Elche ILBI o Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. outh Hour ..... and Mrs. Dennis Spatz of Hays Mr. and Mrs. Don Ward of :$tmday School ... 9:30 l.m. YoUthEveningFellowshlPservice .. 6:307:30 p.m.P'm' ,cleaners,]able StudY2nd .... and*" Kansas City. Miss Arleta Sea- ~/[ornhlg Worship 10:30 a.m. Prayer Meoting 4th Tuesdays,;;, ~1/~" sans of Emporia and Mr. and Jr. - Hi Youth ..,p,m. and Bible Study Primary Endeavor, . ~' "% Mrs. Corwin Seamans and Bry. Jet Cadets, (Wed.) ....... 7:30 p.m. Wednesday .... e,- Satt/rday ..... 10:00 a.m, an of Wamego. 9 ~ Jet Cadets, ,, , Phone JU 722 3 ..... " RANDALL CHRISTIAN; Wednesday ... 4 . 4 ----- ~ -'-- CHURCH ~~ s~if e ,=plm e ! WESLEYAN METHODIST Randall, Kan.s C~THOLIC ........ ICHURCH Gene Snyder, Minister MANKA'I~_.u J~ ue: tac s aoout a [W.D. Buckley, Pastor ---- Mus SChe°'U ' .dJY t x-deferred I ----- 10:00 A.M ..... Sunday ScbJol ~undaw .... ~"]~, . . . .[ Sunday School .. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 A.M.. Morning Worsdp ...... ] refiremem InvesCmem pJan usingI Worsh/o_ Service 11"00. a.r. . . .. MASSACHUSETTSI _W. Y. -"ice'" 7:30 0 p.m, HARMONY M]gTHOD/JT LUTHERAN INVESTORS - . . I vemng . erv : P' CHURCH Pastor J mel. eROWTH / Prayer Meeting, . .,,. Rev. Delta E. Roll Elvl. Konova!skD ............ I ' Wednesday..,7:au p.m. :30 ,.m. Worship ServCe Worship Service'. /uur I'UINU i 9:45 a.m. Church $cbo)l Sunday School ..' . 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