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N JEWELL COUNTY RECORD (USPS-274-940) Vol. 90; No. 44. Printed Weekly at Mankato, Kansas 66956. ),. , "The Newspaper of Jewell County" THE BOYD FAMILY Owners and Publishers MRS. F. W. BOYD, Editor III ZIMMERMAN OBITUARY Dale Guy Zimmerman was born on a farm near Guide Rock, Nebr., May 17, 1920, the son of August and Nora (Guy) Zimmerman. He passed away Sunday, March 22, 1981, at the Webster County Com- munity Hospital in Red Cloud, Nebr., at the age of 60 years, 9 months and 5 days. Dale was a lifelong resident of the Guide Rock community i~nd graduated from the Guide i Rock High School with the fi~lass of 1938. He was a World !Z~ar II veteran, having served ~;!with the United States Army i in the European Theatre of :operations. :!: On January 25, 1947, he ::!was united in marriage to i~AnnaBelle Hamilton. They ;were blessed with two sons !iand a daughter. He had i~employed himself as a stock- ;!man and a farmer. He loved to :~urn the soil and work the ~:land, while keeping an active ~'~nterest in his community and ~tate happenings and activ- ties. !: Dale was a member of the ~Guide Rock United Methodist :~hurch, the Veterans of For- $ "Any good deed that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now and not defer it for I shall not pass this way again." Second Class Postage Paid at the Post Office, Mankato, Kansas 66956. Subscriptions: $8.76 ($8.50 plus .26 tax) per year in Jewell County and surrounding counties, Smith, Osborne, Mitchell, Cloud and Republic counties in Kansas; $8.50 in Nuckolts and Webster counties in Nebraska. $10.30 ($10.00 plus .30 tax) a year elsewhere in Kansas and $10.00 in Nebraska outside Nuckolls and Webster counties. $12.00 a year outside Kansas and Nebraska. Subscribers are asked to notify this office at once when they have a change of address. "1 eign Wars Missing Comrades Post No. 3355 of Superior, the Guide Rock Masonic Lodge #128 A.F. & A.M. and the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 9 in Hastings. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Ellen Terrell. Surviving ~'are his wife, AnnaBelle Zimmerman; a daughter and her husband, Gloria and Richard Wulf of Guide Rock; two sons and their wives, James and Mar- lene Ziinmei:rfian Of Red Cloud and William and Julie Zim- merman of Ayr, Nebr.; eight grandchildren; a brother, Neat Zimmerman of Lincoln, Nebr.; other relatives; and his many friends. Funeral services were held Wednesday, March 25, 1981, at 2:00 p.m., from the Guide Rock United Methodist Church. Rev. William R. Conrad and Rev. Jack E. Sample officiated. Music was provided by Donna and Greg Diamond, accompanied by the organist, Mrs. Shirley Hunter. The honorary pall- bearers were Bryce Ohm- stede, Dick Ely, George Sund, KANSAS NATIONAL GUARD OPEN HOUSE EVERYONE COME TO YOUR: MANKATO ARMORY APRIL 5, 1981 12 Noon- 5 P.M. PELLE RIFLE MATCHES EQUIPMENT DISPLAYS REFRESHMENTS OR CALL 378-3181 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Apr. 2, 1981 Page 2- Section 1 Dean Bartley, Edwin Hrabak and George Phelps. The casket bearers were Roy Anderson, Richard Langer, Evan Smith, Norman Frey, George Albin and John Bishoff. Interment, with Mili- tary and Masonic Graveside Services, was in the Guide Rock Cemetery. The Simon- son Funeral Home in Red Cloud had charge of the arrangements. Among those attending the Dale Zimmerman funeral in Guide Rock Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harrison of Kansas City, Me., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hamilton of Dodge City, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Don Ford of Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Marietta of Great Bend, Mrs. Fern Gliesen of Cheyenne Wells, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dia- mond, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond, Richard Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Diamond of Belleville, Mrs. Helen Mur- phy, Bob Murphy, Mrs. Lois Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Don Snyder, Mrs. Mary Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee Diamond, Mrs. Ruby Scar- row, Mrs. Ruth Sanderson, Mrs. Virginia Lange, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hughes, Mrs. Pat Lange, Mrs. Joyce David, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peugh. moisture loss with another cultivation. The 1978-1980 yield aver- age at Belleville has been 23.2 - 25.6 bushel per acre for the top four group III varieties. Some seed company varieties will yield as well. Swine Educational Meeting Wednesday, April 8, 10:30 a.m. at the Buffalo Roam, Dr. Gary Allee, KSU Swine Nu- tritionist, will discuss use of haylage and alfalfa in sow ra- tions. Randy Hansen of Re- public County will explain how the producer can work with the grocery store in ad- vertising pork. Can a pro- ducer recycle lagoon water in a finishing building with open gutters? Craig and Don Rob- inett are doing this. Their slide presentation will show the operation. Calendar April 8: Buffalo Roam, 10:30- 3:00, Swine Educational Meeting THE AGENT'S CORNER by Bill Wood, County Aqricultural Agent Weedy Wheat Firebush plants were in the two leaf stage last Wednes- day. The early variety of mustard was ready to put up a seed stalk. If you do not need any more mustard seed- I hope you used 2,4-D this past week. Atrazine Carryover If you used 2 pounds or more active ingredient per acre on sorghums or corn last year, you can expect severe damage to oats, soybeans, or alfalfa. Rates of 1Vz pounds active ingredient per acre would be marginal. Damage is more likely on eroded soils or soils above a 7.2 pH. Soybeans Why soybeans? You can probably raise an adequate yield with no fertilizer and no insecticide. Chinch bugs have bypassed soybeans thus far. Soybeans are generally raised without cultivation so use of herbicides is recom- mended. An inoculant specific for soybeans is absolutely es- sential. The planting rate for ohr area should provide about 6 plants per foot in 30 inch rows. With 90% germination and 80% emergence about 8 seeds per foot should be planted. If you wait until about June 1 to plant, you probably can eliminate an extra weed crop - but this is another machinery operation. There will be some TERRY MeAFEE AT NORTHBRANCH CHURCH Terry McAfee will be ap- pearing at the Northbranch Friends Church Sunday, April 5 at II:00 a.m. Everyone is welcome. Terry McAfee is more than just another singer. He is a song communicator. Since his high school days, Terry has been bringing mus- ical enjoyment to those who have heard him. While at- tending a small Christian aca- demy in Idaho, Terry was involved very heavily with several musical groups. When he moved to Kansas to attend college, he brought his sing- ing interest with him and traveled with the college choir and was also involved in a men's trio called The Fol- lowers. The Followers trav- eled intermittently for a num- ber of years and recorded one album. After the trio dis- banded, Terry began a solo ministry that is just now be- ginning to blossom. In the local area, he has performed for numerous community, re- ligious and social events. For the past two years, he has enjoyed being one of the prin- cipals in the Miss Kansas pageant. His first solo album, "I've Never Seen the Right- eous Forsaken," was released in February of 1980. The fact that Jesus Christ is the central theme of Terry's concerts is evidenced by what pastors say about his ministry: "In Orange County, we are surrounded by very large congregations who feature the famous in the Christian world today. We have three churches within six miles of us that have over 5,000 each on a Sunday morning, but on January 4, 1981, we had a service of praise and worship that could not be duplicated because Terry McAfee was at Grand Avenue Church." Rev. Gary B. Beard, Grand Avenue United Methodist Church, Santa Ana, Calif. JUST FOR TODAY Just for today I will be agreeable. 1 will look my best, speak in a pleasant voice, be courteous and considerate. Just for today 1 will not find fault with friend, relative, or colleague. I will not try to improve anyone but myself. Just for today I will exercise my character. 1 will do a good turn and keep it a secret. If anyone finds out, it won't counl. Just for tod~ y I will seek to live in such a way that my life is plgpsing to the Lord. We pray that today is the joy for you that God intended it to be. And that you will carry that joy with you into God's house CHRISTIAN CHURCH "Where the Bible is preached, exclusively" Burr Oak - S.S. 9:00 A.M.; Worship 9:45 A.M. Mankato - S.S. 10:00 A.M.; Worship 11:00 A.M. '~I'erry McAfee of Haviland, Kans., has sung for the Trin- ity congregation several times in recent months. Here is a young man with a mes- sage - a beautiful message - well presented." Rev. J. Don- ald Freese, Trinity Church of the Nazarene, Colorado Springs, Colo. "Terry's voice is a blessing to God and the Christian com- munity. There are so many screaming, strained or thea- trical voices around that an opportunity to hear'a smooth melodic voice is rare... Terry's spirit in the conduct of the service was personable, not flamboyant as so many popular performers are. The flow of the service was wor- shipful and inspiring. Every- thing was done in good taste for the needs of the people present." Rev. Kenneth L. Kern, Fairlawn Church of the Nazarene, Topeka, Karts. Terry and his lovely wife, Shari, and their daughter, Jennifer, have been traveling throughout the central United States and are in the process of expanding their ministry to cover a larger segment of the country. Terry sums up his feelings about his ministry this way: "There is no way possible for me to reach people where they hurt and live without the Holy Spirit. Without Him I would be no more than an entertainer, and that is some- thing I have no desire to be. If my ministry does not reach people for Jesus Christ, then my time as well as theirs has been wasted." Jewell County Record: Enclosed is a check for the Record for another year. We look forward to getting it every Friday. Thanks, Effa Handley Linwood, Kans. CLEO D. HILTGEN Manager CROP HAIL Dividend! 10% of the Crop Hail premium is being paid back to policyholders of Farm Bureau Mutual. A 10% return of the 1980 Crop Hail premium paid on or before December 15 1980. Though dividends can't be guaranteed every year, the 1980 dividend represents over a HALF MILLION DOLLARS returned to Kansas farmers/ It Pays to Stay with FARM BUREAU INSURANCE ! See us for your 1981 Crop Hail protection MAX BURKS Special Agent Mankato, Ks. Ph. 3711-3611 Farm Bureau Mutual Kansas FarmLife KFB Insurance Co The message of Holy Week is nota sad one. Rather, it is the most joyous news we will ever hear! The glory of the resurrection could not have happened without the stark tragedy of Good Friday . . . and because Christ overcame death, we are assured of eternal life. It is .certain that we will live again and forever, in a new way that God has planned for us. Jesus strove constantly to make this blessed truth plain. Time and time again we are told of God's great love, and of His constant concern for the world and people He created. The highest point of Christ's ministry was the cross. Because of its tremendous power we, as Christians, have been given a ceaseless source of comfort. Come to the church of your choice. Scriptures selected by The American Bible Society Sunday Monday Tuesday John Colossians Hebrews 19:1-29 1:1-29 2:1-18 ~ t ,i Copyright 1979 Keister Advertising Service, Wednesday Thursday Friday Hebrews Jude Revelation 9:1-28 1:1-25 &1-14 Jewel] County United Methodist Parish Office Telephone, 378-3830 Gary Appleton, Jim Swank and Ralph Jarboe, Pastors Burr Oak: Church School ... 10:00 a.m. Worship Service . 11:05 a.m. UMW:3rdWed.. 2:00 p.m. Esbon U.M. & Christian: Church School ... 10:55 a.m. WorshipService. 9:55 a.m. Ionia: Church School ... 10:00 a.m. Worship Service . 11:00 a.m. Jewell-Salem: Church School ... 10:30 a.m. Worship Service . 9:30 a.m. Jeweii-Trinity: Church School ... 10:45 a.m. Worship Service . 9:30 a.m. Mankato-Harmony: Church School ... 9:45 a.m. Worship Service . 11:00 a.m. Choir- Wed. 8:00 p.m. Odessa: Church School ... 10:00 a.m. Worship Service . 8:45 a.m. Webber United Methodist Church James Bush, Pastor Keith McKeown, S.S. Supt. Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. Church School ... 10:30 a.m. 19:11 First Assembly of God The Mankato Rev. Kennith Nash Christian Church Sunday School... 10:00 a.m. Russell Shoemaker, Children's Church 11:00 a.m. Henry Diamond Worship Hour ... 11:00 a.m. Worship ........ Evening~Servige . 7:00 p.m. i Bible Class Wednesday ~ : ...... Servme ....... 7!'30' 15.t~/. . _ 2nd Wednesday Sacred Heart Catholic Church - Esbon Father Bill Kilian Mass: Sunday .......... 8:00 a.m. St. Theresa's Catholic Church - Mankato Father Bill Kilian MASS: Sunday .......... 9:30 a.m. Montrose United Methodist Church Edward Redfield, Pastor Mrs. Dale Rothchild, Supt. Worship Service . 9:00 a.m. Church School ... 10:30 a.m. Northbranch Friends Church RR 1, Burr Oak, Ks, Lester Snyder, Sunday School ~.. 10: Morning Worship 11: Friends Youth .. Evening Worship Several Bible studY, er and share groups homes during the information contact tor, Phone: Formoso CommuniO James German Sunday School .. 9:~ Morning Worship 11v Youth Fellowship 6:; Evening Service . 7:; First Baptist Church Roger Easi;er, Pastor Worship Service . 9:30 a.m. ~Sflnday ~ha01=~:. 10:30 a.m. Prayer Meeting & ~k) E'~ehi~ ,~o~ship Service Study Ivced.).~ Wesleyan Church ,. ~l~ay~'~n~:00:.l~.m. , James LaRue, Pastor - Sunday School... 10:00 a:m.~ !,' %- :~=-~ ........... i-=!~:: .......... :27 I~urr Oak Worship Service . 11:00 a.m. ~ ;" - ~,-~:7 ~ ~:'3:~': Ch~tian Church Evening Service . 7:00 pzn. Union Chapel United Russell Shoemaker Prayer Meeting, Wednesday . 7:00 p:m. Randall Church Notes Combined Services, Christian & United Methodist Roberta Faulkner, Pastor Worship Service . 9:30 a.m. Sunday School... 10:30 a.m. Gene Barrett, S.S. Supt.; Don Bigham, Ass't. Supt. Christian Church: Fern Griffitts, Memorial Chairman United Methodist Church: Helen Cash, Memorial Chairman EvangeHcal Lutheran Church Duane Hoist, Pastor Worship Service . 9:00 a.m. Sunday School ... 10:00 a.m. Methodist Church William Brigden, Pastor Morning Worship 9:00 a.m. Sunday School... 10:00 a.m. Dentonia Church of Christ (7 miles south of 36) Bible Classes .... 9:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Worship .... .... 10:30 a.m. For information, call 725- 3561 or 725-4335. Church of The Nazarene " Clint F erguson, Pastor :Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. MorningWorship 10:55 a.m.: Youth Service, Sunday ....... 5:30 p.m. Evening Service . 6:30 p.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday ... 7:30 p.m. Youth Service, Wednesday .... 7:30 p.m. by the Sunday School ... Morning Worship (Children Church Wednesday Bible Study ......... 7:00 Olive Hill Church RR 1, Superior, Harry Blackstone Sunday School ... Church Service .. Youth Service ... Evening Service Mid Week Prayer Meeting (Wed.) Burnis A Hearty Awaits You Sunday School ... 10:1 Morning Worship Mankato Business Boogaarts Mankato La.ndry Jewell County Record Buffalo Roam Jensen Oil Gas Co. htankato Lumber Co. The First National Bank Mankato tlvestock Commission Co.