Newspaper Archive of
Jewell County Record
Mankato, Kansas
April 6, 1967     Jewell County Record
PAGE 6     (6 of 15 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 6     (6 of 15 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 6, 1967

Newspaper Archive of Jewell County Record produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

L' High hurdles: 3ira Varney, Jewell; -- Dale Alexander -of Terry Benyshek, HIIIcrest; W. Jack- son, Clifton; M, Grout, Mankato; S. WU the individual star sartsch, Jewell. Tim. 10.0. 100: M. Nulty. Jewail; H. Slckmann, high school won the Osborne; D. Powell. St. John's; T. in the 13th annual 8wltzer. BoSue; Allen Virgil, Jewell. Time 10.7. kvitational track meet Mill: D. Marr, ~sbon; B. Lawson. Clyde: S. HeetlnE, Burr Oak; 8, Jones, Loners; V. Jaeobs, /.,snore. 'flee were hampered 4:07.9. 880 relay: Osborne(T. Corwin, R. Z~sts up to 80 milescorwlo, R, Elllott, R. • 81ckmann I ; Mankato and Clyde tied second; end blowing dust. mosun, Lebonon. Time 1:40. Javelin: J. Hudson, Kensln~on; R. set two of the four Olckmanu, Osborne; M. Xlttm, Man. kate; D. Conaway, Kensington; I~ ran anchor on Kopn, Hlllcrest, Distance 167-5%, mile relay team first places. Bope speedster ran 03.7 and took the M.Z for new marks. Wou |he high Jump t leap of 8-11. was anchor man on mile relay team which. • in' 3:38. 0t Scandla got the with a heave d inches in the shot put. was established in run when R. Jol~nson was clocked at 1'Ids is the first year for 20 For Jewell woe the meet with 39 by Bogus with $4 A, Mankato, 32˝, 20, Clifton 14, Scandia 10, Kensington, 9, Esbon 8, Burr Oak 7, 440: D. Anderson, Clyde; D. M~ Nichols Burr Oak; D. Larsen, James. town; ~t. Breeding' Clifton; P. Terry, Bogus. Time 54.3, Low hurdles; M, Grout, Mankatol Carl/n, Osborne; J, Varney, Jewell| H. Elllott, Osbm'nel T. Benyahek, Hilt- crest. Time $2.0. Pole vault: W. Phelps, Teecott; R. Irby, Bogus;L.. Larsen, Scandla: R. Opllnger, Jewel1; D, Marrs, Clifton. Height 10-6. 880: D. Alexander, Bog~e: H. Twit. linghast. Clifton; H. Twlllinshe,Ft. Clifton: D, Marr. ashen; D. Coch, Clyde. Time 2:03.7. (New Record). Shot put: R. fancy, 3candle; ~I. Smlth. Clyde; M. Rottrke. Mankato; P. Owitzer, Bogus; M. Lowold. Seas. dis. Dietance 51-2. (New RecordL Medley relay: Clyde fM. Cyre, ~. Iknlth, M, Berstrom, P. Themes,; Lebanon. Mankato, Hlllcrest, Bogus. Time 4:01.7. 220: D. Alexander. Bolus; M. Nulty, Jewell; R, Slckmann, Osborne" B. 'Paget, Lebanon; R. Ozmun. Man- kate. Tame 23.2 (New Record). 2-mile run: R. Johnson, Lobsnonl H. Peterson. Tescott; H. Larson. Clyde; Spiroit, Cawker City; O. Carl. son, Clifton. Time 11:22.1. Mile relay: Bogus fT. 8wltzer, D, Alexander, R. Reece. L. Switzer); Jewell, Mankato, Clyde, Olasco. Time 3:38, (New Record). Broad :lump: A. Blrdsell, Jews]l: J. Beardsley. Lebanon : J. Varney', Jewell; R, Longs, Manketo; B, Wll. sere, Clyde, Distance 20-6. |, GIMco 4, Lasers High :lump: D. Alexander, Roguet tie betwean R, Opttnger, Jeweli; F. J0hn's of Bele~t 3, Cawk- Neff~Olaeco. end B, Bunker. Leben. L ~VgS! ~ Jcl~ols on: & D, Largos, Jamestown• HelJ~t 5-11. IC0ye. Discus,* R. Osmun, Menkato: O, .--iwh/d*': Smith. Clyde; M. Lervold. Scandls: O. Carter, Jamestown: Conowey, Hens. lniten. DIstanea 12T.lO. High is very proud the ten following in the Call- Scholarship and They are Ward, Dennis Dal- Haueer, Steve Owensby, Mor- ouser, Cathy Har. Bokma, John and Leslie Timer. number of final. nine. Hauaer, Michael and Steven Petre named Valedie- and Co.Saluatorians the Class of Chino High. They three top ranking according to their l~oint average. The was made by Alvin C. principal. son of Dr. Robert M. Owens. Seventh street, a member of the ~b and is its presi. year. He was sec- the Science, Math, nearing club and of the Inter- during his Junior has lettered in and water polo, he served as co- in the area of is what Mike is achieve this fall College, I111- article was print- Lariat" at Chino, The many friends in Jewell real proud of the Mike has made in at Chino and con- upon his accom- Mrs. James Log: and Lydia, of Hill dinner guests Sun- parents, Mr. and I. Boyd, Jr. and home from K. U., W. Boyd, Sr. Roam. Mrs. Clyde Suchs- one tour drove to Den-i a Jet plane from expect to be gone WALLACE BRUCE PLAYERS COMING HERE SOONI m Student Council sponsors I ppel rl flee. In these days of the same old grind of television, radio, and movies, most people wel- come a change once in a while. The people of this vicinity are going to have an opportun- ity to see the very best in stage shows, when the popular Wallace Bruce Players come here for a one day stand, pre- senting a brand new 3 act com- edy play, "Toby Comes To Town", along with a variety of singing and dancing vaude- ville. "Toby Comes To Town" is packed with sparkling comedy, furnished mostly by "Toby", the red head, a character Wallace Bruce made popular all over the midwest, The show is sponsored by our local high school Student Council and will be presented in the High School Auditorium the evening of Wednesday, Ap- ril 12th, at 7:45 p.m, All mem- bers of the Student Council have tickets for sale. Just ask any member about them. Yes sir, you can come out relax, and spend a whole ev- ening, and not have to listen to a commercial every few minutes. Instead of being full of commercials, this show is full of fun. So make a date with the wife and kiddies, and let the whole family have more fun than they have had in a long time. Special Student's Matinee Arrangements have been made for classes to be dis- missed at c~ne o'clock, and a special student's matinee will be presented at a bargain price for all students. An en- tirely different play will be offered for the matinee, when Wallace Bruce again will be seen as "Toby" in a rollicking 3 act comedy play titled "Love & Horseradish", with plenty of songs 'and comedy routines be- tween acts. Just remember the time, date, and place of this great entertainment. Be sure the kiddies get to see one, or both of these funny plays, as they will enjoy "To- by" more than they would a whole evening of cartoons. And you will get lust as many Jaughs as they. This is a guaranteed attrac- tion, and the Student Council should be congratulated• in bringing this fine entertain- sent to.0~r community. .,New Manager At Concession LOVEWEIL VOIR -- The state - leased concession at Lovewell reservoir will o p e n AI II 1 under the management Of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Peek, Belleville. is" Tom Lovewell, Salina~ doing btminee$ as Lovewell Enter- prises. The concession'a name h as been changed from White Rock concession to Lovewell .Marina. Tom Lovewell purchased the concession from Val Jean Gar- man of Mankato and Mrs. Dar- rell Garman of Republic. The transaŁtion, which was handled by Kissinger Real Estate of Mankato, was completed Mar. 27. Byron LsDean Diamond Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dia- mond are the proud parents of a son, Byron LaDean, born March 30 at the Republic Co. Hospital. The little chap weigh- ed 8 Ibs. 1 oz. and was 20% inches long. Grandparents are Mrs. Lois Diamond and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fisher. THANK YOU Many thanks for the cards letters, visits, and gifts given us during our stay in the hos- pital and since returning home. Your thoughtfulness will al- ways'be rememhered. --Jcrilyn Diamond and Byron Lal)ean. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr. visited at the home of rela- fives in Guide Rock, Nebr. Sunday where Mrs. Grout's sister-in-law from California is visiting, "An ounce of mother Is worth more than a pound of clergy." - H.H, ' Birkins, in the "Wesl v- an Methodist," __L ..... J II . ON THE STAGE The Show with a Million Friends A PINE CAST OF ALL lllqO ifSlON,q ACTORS a funny three-sol eomedy. mge play .With "WaUy" Brue as "TOBY" The Funny l dhead SINGING & DANCING BETWEEN ACTS Sponsored By Student Council MANKATO HIGH SCHOOL AUD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12 7:!5 SPECIAL STUDENTS, MATINEE -- I:M P.M. 'Love & Horseradish' Different Than I ight Show BUY TICKIrII NOW PROM ANY STUDENT COUNCIL Mmmm NO'rE: This Is the some shoW that pleased big crowds In Wi-i chits, Hutchinson, Belier!lice lest year. , To rake You L .ah Nellson Brothers Buy AIIIo Chalmers 54$H Loader The Neilson Brothers, Rich. ard and Murlin, have purchas- ed an Allis Chalmers 545H Loader to use in their loading, dozing, excavating operations, and in doing terracing and other soil conservation work. The loader was purchased from the Salina Tractor Co. and was unloaded Thursday morning, March 30. In a short time, it was at work on the Evan Hanson farm, building a stock pit. Soil Conservation technicians were on the job and staking out the operation. In the picture above are shown Mrs. Vochel Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Boron and John and Debbie of MuP vane spent Friday night and Saturday with her I~arents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oelkers..They also helped Mr. Oelkers cole brate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Shea- ban and family from Colorado spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sheahan and Joan. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clawson and family spent Saturday in Manhattan. Lonnie entered the quarter mile in the track meet. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kennedy ~f Ellis spent the weekend in our home. We all attended the Alumni at Randall Saturday evening. Mrs. Max Berry and boys were callers Friday even ing. Mr. and Mrs Harley Zim- mer left early Saturday mot. (left to right): Lyle Rightmei- er, SCS; Dale Taylor, Concor- dia, representative for SaUna Tractor Co. in this area; El- don Helle, Salina, company employee; Richard Neilson; Charles Graham, Salina. com- pany representativek Murlin Neilson: Donn Topliff: Evan Hanson; Don Uzdill, SCS; and Dick Neilson. The 545H Loader is equipped with Drott 4 in 1 bucket. 'the bucket capacity is 1 and yards. The bncket may be u~ed as a dozer, loader, scraper, and clam shell• ning for Columbus, urns to spend a few days with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Campbell. Clelia Howland arrived home Saturday from Hays College to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howland. Mr. and Mrs. Max Berry. Gordon, Wade, and Joel, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith and Mrs. Emma Crawford ate their din ner on Easter Sunday and spent the day with Mr, and Mrs. Vachel Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Barnett called in the evening. Limestone Valley 4-H The teenagers of the Lime- stone Valley 4-H Club chal- lenged their parents to a quiz on traffic safety Monday, Mar. 20, at the Ionia School IIouse, Guess who won! Curtis Shoe- maker and President Charlotte Borger led the group in songs. Karen Brinker gave the historyi • • ,4 MANKAT0 -- For 97 years, two families have continued to keep in touch by letter. This ten.pendents be. tween the KIssinger family of Mankato and the Herzog family of North Dakota and Oregon i~egon at Richfield, Wk., in 1870. Two Wisconsin neighbor boys, John ~ger, born Oct 23, 18~0, and Henry Herzog, born April 8, 1851, were separated when John le~t for Freeport, Ill.. in the Spring of 1870. The two men agreed to ex- change letters as long as they ilived. • Henry's family moved to Mound Prairie, Minn., three years later but the lettere con- tinued. John Kk~dnger moved to Jewell county April 1. 1871, and the Kksinger. Hcrsog letters continued at 6.wenk Intervals. In' 190,1, the Henry Herzog family migrated to Minot and Burlington, North Dakota, where Henry and his sons purchased farms. One son, Aubrey, took a homestead. As the years passed, pictures and letters were exchanged showing the growth Of children. In 19~, a letter from Hen- ry came to the KINinger home aorthe~t of l~adall. He wanted to see John Ki~ singer again. Soon John and his son Frank, were on their way to North Dakota in Frank's Model T. Ford. Frank and Heat had not seem The Saline Journal America the Beautiful.,. Is Everybody's Job It's the job of every family that spreads a picnic on a .roadside table. It's the job of every boatman who cruises the lakes and waterways. Every driver, every walker, every flier. That's why our Association throws its whole- hearted support each year into the Keep America Beautiful campaign. Lovely country we have here. Let's keep it that way. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. • P.O. 8ox xm, Topeka, WILLIAM R. HALE ... into office April I New State Architect A Topeka man, .William R Hale, 1508 Shunga Drive, to- day was named the new state architect by Terry Scanlon, exe- cutive director of the State Dept. of Administration. Hale, a partner in the Topeka architectural firm of Howells and Hale, succeeds James Ca- nole. The appointment is ef- fectNe April I. The state architect serves at the pleasure of the governor, and will start at $12,600 annually with the salary range increasing to a maximum of $16,092. The governor's office said Canole on Dixieland Music and led us all in singing. Dixie Lee Brink- er told what to do in case of an accident for a Droiect talk. Charlotte Borger and Curtis Shoemaker received blue rib- bons at the 4-H Regional at Beloit. Crystal and Steve Van Horn and Charlotte Borger ~e- ceived red ribbons. The nexl meeting will be Monday, April 17. --Becky Ritz, Reporter O in From Mankato each other in 87 years. After the visit, the Kissingers returned to Jewell county and the correspondence continued until the death of Henry Herzog in 1932. Mrs. Marjorie Hersog Under- dald, a daughter living in Mlnot, picked up the ~rrespond, ence with John and this continued un. tel John KAminger'e death in 1942 at the age d 92. After John's death, Frank, now a real Htato broker at Mnnkato, continued the eor- mpondence. Mrs. Underdahl died in 1993 and the Herzog correspondence was picked up by Henry's son Aubrey, now 89 years old. Aubrey is spending th~ Win- ter in Portland. Ore., with his son Dcuald. Plans to extend the necessitation have bees made resently makes $I4 5 a year'. Gee. Robert Docking declined to answer a question about whether Canole had been fired. "We have great confidence in Bill Hale," the governor com. mented. Docking also ducked questions about whether the replacement bad any connection with a pro. posed $2.5 million project to air condition the Statehouse. "I have strong feelings about that much money," is all the governor would say. OrlginslIy Included The air conditioning project was originally included in the five-year program of refurbish- ing the state Capitol passed in 1965 by the Legislature. First estimates of the air con- ditioning project were million, but after a preliminary study of actual needs was revised up- ward by Conole's office to $2.5 million. Hale, 43, was born in Man- kate, Kan., and was the con- sulting architect for the 20-apart- ment Senior Citizens Rental Housing complex in his home town. KSU Graduate He received his bachelor of science degree in architectural engineering from Kansas State University in August, 1949, after JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, April 6. 1967 Page 5 - Section I i MI returning to school from two years of service in the Army Air Corps during World War II. He became a principal partner in Howells and Hale in 1957 after working with the Topeka archi- tectural firms of Stookey and Howells, O. D. Howells and Associates and Howells-H e and Wholberg. Hale is married to the former Kathleen Paterson of Beloit. The couple has three children, Susan, 17; Martin, 13; and .Qyn.thl ll. The above Story was printed in the Topeka State Journal. Bill Hale is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hale of Manhattan. He was raised in Mankato and graduated from Mankato High School with the class of 1941. Local citizens are proud of the fine record Bill has made in his chosen profession and wish to congratulate him upon his recent appointment. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyrell took their son, Vance, back to, Hays Sunday after his vaca- tion and visited at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Lund- gren while there. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilsman accompanied them• AUTO HEARINGS--Senator James B. Pearson (R- Kan) confers with Commerce Committee Chairman Warren Magnuson of Washington during hearings on automobile safety devices. At left Is Senator Robert Griffin (R-Mlch) also a member of the Senate Com- merce Committee. Longtime Letter-Writer Frank Kissinger is one link in a correspond- ence spanning 97 years. (Journal Photo) i[ ...... iii -- IIIll I IIl l I I .... i ,I,-~ Prices good until April 1O, 1967 6.50x13 .... Black .................. 11.95 6.50x13 .... White.Black .... 13.95 6.50x15 .... Black .................. 13.95 6.50x15 .... White ................ 15.95 6.70x15 .... Black ................. 14.95 6.70x15 .... White ............... 16.95 7.10x15 .... Black ..................... 16.95 7.10x15 ..... White ................. 18.95 7.50x14 ..... Black ................... 14.95 7.50x14 .... White ................ 16.95 8.00x14 .... Black .................. 16.95 8.00x14 .... White ................ 19.95 plus tax In addition to above, all other tires sizes are on sale. These are NEW Atlas tires and fully guaranteed. O MANKATO, KANSAS Ill I I ......