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APRIL 6, 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD MANKATO KANSAS PAGE |II Before Saturday Night I KAYETTE KARNIVAL. ~ I [ Monday I had a nice visit[ " I , with Mrs Frances Kindler of/ _ ." ..... , | The Mankato Kayettes are[ 1( ~:snon. i ao not see ner often. [ having a "Karnival" this Sat-[ '|0 [Mrs. Kindler goes to her farm] urday, April 8, at 7:00 p.m. in ] | _ [neal: r=s~on real oiten.-Jane[ According to Richard Dia- Mr. and Mrs. Nelson D. the grade school all-purpose[ 1 ~,.~ [Marie tlennlngsen of Beloit ] mond, treasurer, $45,324.75 Keeler. room. Among the attractions [ I [visited us Monday. Jane has [had been raised for the hos Neilson Brothers. will be a fish pond for the[ 1 been employed at the Chris' i , ..... ~ ," . , . ] ............ ]p tal tund, prior to noon Tats- Mrs. Sal ah E. Baird. klddms, a cake walk every] In the city election at Man-1271: Carl Westin, 115, . !(ut anu t;url anop. t nave[day' April 4, 1967. Mrs. Nettle E. Johnson. lhalf hour" concessions" and at[kato Tuesda,~ Anril 4 Mavorl Councilmen Do*de Alcorn ....................... [ Iknown Jane Marie since she~ The following have donatedAssembly of God Church. [the booth's you will be'able tOlGayle Cristmanand 'Coun~'il-[282" Dale Seirer 274; l~.~e~ i~atlonal ~averrlslng Kepresenranve '~ ' li ~ , . .... ' ' ' "~ [ [ [ wa+ a tile gH'l al d enJoyed [since the Tuesday, March American Legmn Auxlhary [ purchase baked goods, fancy [men Doyle Alcorn Dale Serf- [ Meeker 256' Cleo Hfltgen, [ KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. [ thor through the years. - Dr.[28 report was made: Post no. 368 - Esbon. [work, and various other arti-ler Eugene Meeke'r Cleo niR-[220" A' R Weaverlin~. :104; [ 701 .laek~nn T~r~ba V ..... A/.,n,'#[ [WmZ Schlottc:.rhack t~d[ed art Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb. Town and Country E. If. V.[cles. Adoor prize will he given [ge'n and A. tt. WeavcrlingwereJGeorge'P. Jensen, 171-~"Alfred . w..,,~ .,v v ~.. I~clmloa= W-,~.,JV~ll LIIC r~ecorcl office ~,.~.uay rae n enln , r" ~ Mr & Mrs Milton Under Bull Oak a d at th clos of h ev [ ' ..... [ [ * " " ' ! [ ,'. ' ..... , ' 1" e e t e ' gireelected. Chn'ence Meeker, IRoss, 148; John R. Ros~, 13:1; .. ..___._______ I [was acc'on,apar)mdr!,y hlsson, [wood. Mrs. E. F. "ttap" Matousek. [the votes will be counted, and [who was unopposd, was elect-[Bob. G. Newell, 124; and Leo ]matt, anu oaugnter, Anne. ] Mr. & Mrs. Manford tfolly.Mr. & Mrs. Gall' ' F. Colson. [this year's Kayctte Queen will led police +iudgeo. I Dreiling, 94 1 TION~TIONAL NI:WSPAPI:!] .I can show to any human[ Matt, explained that they had[ White Rock Hustlers4It Mankato American Legion. [be presented with a crown. [ The candidates received the[ t)olice Judge' Clarence ~, ~ ~ . l aeing, let me do it now and |two ooys ann one girl. lnen/Club Kensington Club ' Ever-one welcome L. 'lo--in-- " I":,,,b "'" "" -- ' ] # ' IOl W g votes; meezer, z~. ~ [ [Af~S.O~b'~TIOP[not defer it for I shall not|he had another thought and[ ' Nela Huntsin-~er nubile[+'" [ ............ [ ~x~ES~ [ I ~ kJ [ ' ,, t I -- ' , ~' , x- ' yr. ! mayor: Gaym Ct'ls~m* .... t Ir'~.~lV.;t-~ ' ~' ~ ' |pass this way again. /told me they had another mo-/ .... --t _____ I I ' ~-e-" * " .... ' [ther. Their grandmother had [ I Mankato City To Drill [ Ja"cees Will Hold [ ........... ~' '|,... [ Second Class Postage Pa d at [come to live with then,so [# "/ # "I 4 Water W" s [ .. " ....... / ...... ---. .... ' I~ L = urganizanonal meenng montrose Attenoance ~.enler [EWELL COUNTY RECORD I ~:nP::t6g~ce' Mankato, l~::i~ h,:dn .thri.fe boY~l/ L. lKy COIJI'I.CLt --- I -- /w,,, Operate Next Year f ....d.....o.. ][_01.76, No. 43, printed week-[ " [g ":, ' u gr' p' ,~on [ ............ [ LayneWestern wcill haveI The Jaycees will hold an! ----- [ ,UUII, IIUUbI V at Mankato, Kansas 66956. [~..k---, ...... /died there would be four noys / ~ne manKato t; tv Count i] one of their well drilling out-'Or-anization M ..... h ....... " ouuScl-lpHons-" , . . " .' . g" eetlng in man- 'l" e ivlontrose ALLen(lance k,,,__,.'---"----,-'~.. 15300 per year in Jewell[rhe:et?x~l, ld%n aresbl~ght and/~.etwiT:e~I:Yo:V~'n~ng' Arpr:l fitscin Manl~ato next week tOlkato Friday. April 7. at 7:30[Center in Unified District 278I U~,~m~--a~a,~.a,~.~ The N ws r of w I ,n r,c e ltt ~t an Y Y bcgn dlllhng tour water wells m , e pape Je e I ' " - " ' ' ' ~ +" '~ " ' "" - ' ' " ' " ' p. at the Correll Coffee Shop will operate next year At a l'Th+ Jow,,, Icounty a.a surroundlnl~ ]looks after Anne He is taU and ]man. Councilmen Dale Seirer Ion White Rock for Mankatol ........... I ...... . I agpcnnnnny+ .uu,,,v court i S " ' ' a. young men 21-3o are ellgl- nqe(_tlng el trle patrons in mr- L ...... r t es ( mtth, Osborne [s ender (looks ke his Daddy) [Cleo Hfltgen Doyle Alcorn /City 1~, ~ [ : .......... ] ............... --~ + x.i._k_,, ,~,_ .J i-. It. , /' ', , , ; . : l-- ..., ',. . ~. ' I " I Die memoers. /met OISLrlCt 10~, +ne vote was [ =~Nua ru~tPllgl~: f __ I iv, tu!teu, ~.Aouu, KepuDII( land Anne a lOvely Olonde anO/Aren weavernng ano ~ugene / The wells will be 38 inches I Th-- ~'] ........ ; ..... ;,,; ....... |,~ .. : ;,~ r,,,o~ -f ~.~,,+,,,, [ Edward L Haun* .,~.,o,u.,, " , . . ~. . , . ' . ~ or ovt.r+-l.o io o Clyde sel- o,.t t.u o, ill ,~;~v ~a llavJ~,~ /~.-i lwJff~l~,lal411+ | THE BOYD FAMILY [count,esm Kansas, andlthe cuddly type. I received a[Meeker, City Clerk OmlaY[lndiametcrandapproxlmatelY[vice club Em-t ........ t .... [~.,h.m ;,r M,mt,'ose next .... [Sl000 and co*t. * I Owners a.d Publisher+ I t~.::~t~e~na~s~ael3ster coun |lwe~: fMTms 7 ~? ~;ndn;heirS.)M:ntr~lif?ndHanCffoYckS3Peetli':tten ] 70 feet deep lees. farmers :ndpr'ol'es"sJon~] ]+:/'h'~( +'Mo+'ntr:;sc Atten+d':an':e +* l~obert E. S;+l+t;er, Sl~Ib :+~. W " " "'" :" ' ' ...... men are eligible Center has 2 teacher's and they $10 00 and costs BOYD, JR., Editor $4 00 a ear elsewhere She had been looking over an Milford Dunstan Blue Cross-[ . . " ' .. . '. " B%D, S R. Edito.r I Y I l ....... ' :" [Chr,shan Gleaners l Mr. Boucher president of l have pupils in the first six J Drone L. Vefald, speel~ll~ B!~. Frank Boyd, Assoeiate l lold autograph album of her lmue Smelo area representa- ----. lih,~ m,~;+~ o+,,+~'. +,,,~ .......... i.,..,.,,o /~100n-n'~ ~'-o+~ I Edtt~of ] Subscribers are asked to [mother s and found the follow-Itlve visited with the Council ........ , .I ....... / / ............ mr -- ..... ,_ _..~ ., ..... ! ' J ' ,. ~ Joe unl')stJan t.waners met/In xian~ato wlonoay evening/ ....... / ~awu r~. ~elnert, speemng. | hOLily this OlilCe at once in verse written b me and in regarato a group insur- I" v ooa thing that II when th,~,, h ...... ~ .....~ [-' g - "+ ' ~ ..... Y ' [, I March 28. Delores Hines led [making arrangements for the/jR CLIO CLUB 1510.00 and costs. a m ~ "3' ,**,., a ~..a.~ u, UdteCl lvlay 28 1883 anee program ~ll-d~ll'dn~'ess"t-~a[laddr+~mm | ',+ " ' , : , | . , . .o" .... l us in prayer. We sang "Abide ]organizationa/ meeting Sever'-[ " -- [ Frank R. Grider, fail.re to a ........... ")esire t~()t to live long Lyre r~altei'ty lvianKato ' h ' ' " " - ~ ........... [.~ .~ , . 1_ ............" ........ Wit Me , Pat Hunter was ]al members of the Smith Cen-[ The Jr Clio held its an-[dim hghts, $5,00 and costs. m, }ISUL tO live Well postmaster, VlSlLeU WILII tile ] [ " [ M ' + III I III . " | , our devotmnal leader, using ter Jaycees will be here Friday nual Music Program April 3 am'ice L. Strait, speedil~ M I ,lh,w long we live Council inregard to having "J-sus Knocks at the Doo-"' ....... " ' ' ....... -- .. . : . ,. ~ ......... i e r . ~nignt to Iurnisn inlormation ~,,, 7,2fl a! |he home of Mrs |vlu,uu anu costs Not years out action tellS." tne alley soum ot me new " s ' ' a~ ......... e " De ' " 1 llhlllml II ~ll II qPqPpl~ I| ~. : ~ ' ........ [ .... ( .............. ]Lucy McBride led u," In the [ The Sm~th Center group would |Newell Alexander 16members[ 'nms E. Wilson, spel~Inl~ ~aluruay t~aroa~a ~nyuer pus~ nuce ,~uriaceu losin ra e 11 m mb rs I IIU/VII::LI' LIIA//I'K ||tookme/oCourtlandwherei] Supt. Bill Conner" and Board l C ; g~P'~'lr'alI n~e hea~d]liketspnsraJayceesClub|answered roll call. After a[$10"00 andcsts. . ~ .... . , , ,in. wer +o re c' a o we n" in zvianKato " ,. " ~v.t'" | FOR Ht)ME FnlKS | [visited my sister, Wmffred[ Member Clyde Reed ol School, two visitors Lois Hines and [ ' [short business meeting, lss I !1 "" 2"(_ . _ "-' | ISmie~, and also visited two of [District 278 were present and[ Ella Deet+r' Minutes of the / ----'------- [Dorothy Lihben and Mrs. Mic- I JUDICIAL CASES: | M, A, U. II |h~r ~rrandchil,q~on I)avi,q and [discussed newer water and !. . ~, ' - " . . | U. S. Air Forces, Southeast [ky Jones presented the follow- [ Robert A. Kugler, speedhlg, L-_ ~! "+ +" ..... * ~ '- ' last meeun were reaa an, I I [Linda Stoics at the home of[sewer hook-ups for thenewt roved Tg~e treasurer's re /Asia --Senior Master Sergeant/inK program:. . , 1525.00 and COSts. IF. [their' 'mrent~ Mr and Mrs Ischool house lapp2 . .~ *~ .: .. -]Virgil L. Newsome, son ofl Bonita Esshnger, vocal solo,[ Ronald E. Pierce, speeding, [tie, who only hopes is hope- then turn right round and get a I~ ~ ~ a' ~ ' 'r~, (~ h'~ +, 'o; I ' Mel Ma,,se' en,*ineer on the ] por~ was reaa ny t~etty me-/Mrs Ethel Newsome of 604 W ]"My Heart is a Silent Violin" i $10 00 and costs ]~ss, lot worse, swishing, p(,ullfing [~):a3 s:n~te~ied~'fro*r~a th;Na'~,~; water" pro~ect now under con-[At.ee: O]]ie Reager gave the [Johnson St., Tarboro, N. C., [ Patti Weltmer, flute solo, [ William L Garman, impro, |..+ -MAB- sphlttering, pouring, drenching, 'four -ears of service I struction, and his assistant [mtsm, onary .repor~ , benore [has received his second award ]"Russian Fantasia". [ per passing, $10.00 and COatS. |What, is most .... needed in the the thunder com/ag - crackity ['~,,paa,,;,, no,,,, Mrs,. Vernon" Ktaus-' . Everett~ ~ Weesner. , disc'usse~ [Srmta. . gave ,me cara report. [of the U. S. Air Force Com-[ David Mendenhall, vocal so- [ Albert M. Gordon, sDeedLrlg, der ~ IZ~ cnurcn caus were re erie, ~, n honle, m a lamdy. 1- BAM - and the hghtning land Mr Kraus and their fine the nrolect and asked the . ., P [mendation Medal at a forward tie "There ls a Lady" I $10 00 and costs MAB tla~hln: Hostesses were Ome ~eage olo IL. - " [ ": g so last and lurious ['3", months old son Richard[Council for their recommen-[ ';' ...' ~. .. [U. S. Air Force combat base [ Deanne Coffman, vocal s , [ Larry Shamburg, no ctlrrt~l+ Irrhe best way to get on top [you can't tell which flash goes [Joseph live at Hays 'My sister [ dations on some changes, etc. [anu ~ta ~ewnn. .. . [in Southeast Asia. ["Who'll Buy My Lavendar?~' [ license plate, $5.00 and costs, ffLo get to the bottom of[with which peal of thunder. So[i)rotr.li~ me home in time for[ Alvin Fall Jr County --tteporter. ] ~[ Sandy Manely clarinet soo, [ Larry D Richecky, over+ gs that all the women will get ~ ' .... "Bandina e .... " . ... [ ]Maknato Main Street. ]Clerk, and Clarence Black [ ............ ,ES.P+~Cv ~ :i: :i!,[ g " I lO,ld' $15.00 and costs. I~_ -lvA/J- [ scared and c imb on top of the t I......,,......~ . ............ ,.,.+;...~ I m~,.v,~ ~.~v -'-. ~. :: i:!~ | Run Esslin~er vocal solo I Richard M Flm.,,|~ ,,.~=r,, , , . , .............. ~'2~ pl a | ll~.u ~llX:: ll~ ev (/l~t t~lu t t ~;' ' +i .::; :; c~ , , *.,,~Q ~+ *w ~1 . ben t give anyone a piece el beds and scream at you not to ~ ~ COMMISSION CO REPORT ~ ~ ~ ' "~" I~ mind ;ou m'+a; nee~ it ]gct too cose ;: t l:it windo~ I Campbell Minnesota [assessments on property in] " Winds". I vehicle $500 and costs [- ,,7 ] . ..' + "~ . t : , " +ather Tom ttoover | Mankato which was brought, u~+ ,,+,~ ,~.,,~-~ .... d r-n of [+:+:++::+ ::: :++++ [ Cindy Halstead, vocal solo, [ Edwin G. Tarman, over. I~ yourself, i And men u deaious GOQ re- ~ ....... .... L...Z_ .,,~., ,..... -e-'uirin" ~ ....... a,,...... .. +]/ Dream Valle,," Iload 25 On ~"-~ -----+- B a~.~, I ~ " , ' ]~t. tneresas varlsn inn oy the 1~oo law [ q ~le+...~l..,i,h n]~.~f,~ Df h.vars on/~i : ::~'';'4'' ":'~: ~l " ,r t ' , + u a,~u ~-~oba, L -~va~D- I )eat tne wnole act about three I aa.~nu-~+n v.~n~.~e I ~ ~"'~ ----'-'-" ............. r'- ~ ......... ~" ~" ..... " .... ~'- " ~l : :::~,~,l!i '::l Mike Simon Steve Dodd and [ Michael D + ...... faitz,~ ......... a..Ka ..... a.~ao .. ou/o vama.u.o, v,o,c ty. s s he s to ed at ' : ...... :+ ' ' " "~''~'" "--+~'" terry is the interest paid on I times and in the middle of the I ..... I ......................... [the eat . Fat g pp : ...... : ~1 u,mcock trombone + ................. +,,. e+n tm L , lJear r amer', l[ley i'eque:st.eLl bile ~ULIIIUII ~ * [i :, lI, uu ~,y t/,( , t,u .Ot.t.+p ab i~l, Uld ~*l~a*~ q'I.VoW ~,Uble before it is due, and l second t me we wl/l climb the [ .................. I ......... ; ...... ., $17.50. Packing Sows sold to ..... ~ {~rio "Three Cadets" I costs -,~, - ,, . I . . I We were ~Lranueu ac, me i to CheCK Lne vaua~,v,,oa.u , +.= 50 ~t:i: i! :] w , ~ ' + alcn wul never nappen attic stairs and put the wash~ axe ~ olo ral, ~/er " ~. ]' , .,' .... .'.: Mankato Airport on last Satur- note any of them they felt[ =| " ......... :it Car(fie Ozmun, vocal s .[ LeRoy S, Kimminau, goln~ ~1,.. , -~v~- I pan unoe~ that tmy ~eaK in tn,e [ day afternoon and evening, [ were out of line. ! ._inere,ls a lOt ore oemana mr [~: : t I''Into the Night". I wrong way on one way st~et~ ~mer,can tsoy looI wnlcn usuauy you can t , me stocKer one ieeoer caLue Pat Peteete vocal solo The 5 00 n l'~f ....... .......... ]' "' , ' and by chance stayed at the] Minutes of thd last meeting _ . ~' " " 'n /[ ~ / , : ," I$. a d costs I~' ~uu~c, w,m~ we .,~v~ ? I even nonce in an orcnnarYIDrealnliner Motel, had dinner I were read and approved. [ ma~.,are not s n.owlng gral., [l: ! [Trumpeter". [ Quentin J. Leece, fallm'e t~ %nt to expect o[ the Ameil rain And after a couple of an(; mey are senlng at a goou David Mendenhall trum et I~ ~ ''--'- -~ ,e ,,. '-I_" " " ..... lot the Buffalo Roam and went/ Bills against the City werel ....." , ...... .~ ::::::! [ ' ' ~ , P+ [stop at stop sign, $10,{14)~ I'- ooy is mat ne snan turn I hours Kino O[' taper it now, O I +.. aa .... . c. Th....'..~a,.. an.~ / __ ..~ ._.= ....... .~ ! price, Fles ]y calves a.u tcvu- t,* .... :~:: :: f~ .... , Isolo "Calvarine Rusticana" I costs ~U " ' I.u xvaa~ ob ,..~b.ct~ ~, ta t'eaualia app-uv~u. . ::::~...' : : , " , put to be a good AmerlcanlLord to a good steady rain-[ ........ [ l ers are working lower. The[.[.,. ~:~. ::::::: ~/: ~t[' n .... an.+ ....... nl ~,+1,, "Soa l Rlan ~,~ +~. ,~ ,. I ' [t am writmg to tell you now~ ----------- i [~!: : ~:';:~.: i~:,e'- " " ~ 1 ~,uu~ ~v~x~z,, ......... , --v--I "------ l,+;;;:g'TZ' n+;It la+ bUte;Is l~tp~U~nt~l ro, ya:ly we we,re trea~;d 2 I.EART .EMORIAL 17:wermZTZ t::kedeeka 2;~tnl;[i IIFever "" "sin,or ,deal solo [~fo~3:--~l-h:rlnl.--'enl. [~f a m:'n nl"-+ h-" is " "o"d I ........ wnat wonoerrul warm o,'p + I ---- I .......... . ,., /.}: + ' ~ / t~ela num, g, , , ~, ,s , I y p no J~ll .a .u c~ c . :a ~ ~ :[ ~tus_t aoout aa~vn ann taen Spits [ ity we received from every one I Friends, neighbors and rela- I w?n .me weigh.Up nUll~;.LVV.e L~ ....... : : : : ..... l"Linden Lea". ,I "occa~ona~Ry w~ I.~Cu of a hey ne must not nela few arops occasionany our-t ..... / ............ /SOIQ a s6~ el wnl~elaee bteers/~/ 1~ ....... s solo lan e"-lier a_....a. ...... _Z.-.U, h -_ ~ ' ~,. ~ I .. ,. I we were In contact W1Ln. / Livesoonatea ~/u.uu to me I .............. /tf~ :./ ~lalne lxale tenor .'ax , i at- u~ay w.~t~ w~ ~t~uQ :t:uwarla or a weakling a inK the morning trom a gray / m f weighing 4Ub InS. Ior Sz~.zo. ~.~: ~ ~ , ,, . L~ ...... [ . [ Your town seems so mce,.Heart Fund in me ory o I ................ [i~: /~ if'Pastors and Bouree . I ust look at the stars wl~ y a shirk or a prrg. ne SKy. ' " ' ' 1' A set ot wnltelace ~teers mat l~ ......... : i th must worr in whe ~,....~. ~..~...~ o.a .,o.. ho..~ [ land it is obviously very ,re+ Floyd Slmme ink [ ....... ' ......... ] ~ ~I ' ' [ Everyone enjoyed e :+| y g ther they Wet'ill ,.~ wu,,, .,,,~, a,,u v,,,~ ,,,--,+. Kansas isindeed thePro ' L , ' ' welgneo qlso lOS. SOlU ior ~zo,~+u. ~...... : : .... , i ,, +, I['~._ ....... [ * ~ ~ " -] gresslve, The people are to be l --Mrs. Gerald McAtee, [ ................... .+= [~ :: ~' ;]cal numbers and appreciated theirs or ours. Bill Vaull~lx. must ne cean-mlnoeo ann raised and 0 Lordandif it ' ~ 10 wmteiace ~teers weighing ~,++,...+.,,.,+-~ .............. .,.,....,,..,.~-,~.-,:,:, ,+.*,:,,++ . . , . gan'",~.~ ~.~,~ able +o hold[ , , j comphmcnted on then" energy[ City Chairman. , , ]. ............... [ .. . .. tall the work that went rnto the ] Business callers and ViSl~lr ~.-.. -..v~, ,a.,., ," ~ I-ets a hi cat( it wil flow with~---~ =..,i...~,. I , ' ~ just unuer ovu tus solo ior ! ergeant rqewsome was I~-..c.a.,a~ A do/ioi+n]q lun~'hlla,:t u,,w~k ~u~P,a A.nl*a &lnda.. t~ own under al cl" lmilk and hone,, But wecan't[ , +'- - [~- * ~.. ~ [$2~:40. A Set of W uteface/awarded the medal for merit-/ ..... stess I son Mankat- "U ..... "~ . ~" , we enjoyeo your sermon ano Dear Doyusp , .... was serveo ny me co-no' , , ' o; ~ me F. nces and against all comers, I Uve much lon,,el on *'tom ses I' ......... as- Y-'" t=o I .oo.,, " ,ss d [ St rs lghlng 440 lbs. weigh-b, rlous s rvlce as a personnel [...o Walker I Martin Neo r "'"'-"" I~ ' ' ~' ' S ' ~ 1~ **' your IIiuuelll J.vl ~. uuto t .-.,,,,v,,~. #,.a. ,,a~v ,...o. ~.,.- ,, ~.~ , ,.-.,--,w, [Iris only on these condition. ]So in Thine own wa" andin[ ...... L ......... led out for $27 60. A set of[superintendent at LockbourneI I Gerald Cash Rand-n ,~m,,~, [~t~ " "[ ' ~ [ are ~o De compnmenteu [ qUlCKIy ann lt'S tune LO renew[ : . [ .[_ - ....... [ . ...... .,,~.,, at he will grow into the kind 'n n ti Th : Black Steers weighing 500 lbs. AFB Ohio He was cited for : i I~ . . I Thle ow me, make up Y I Thought you mlght Just be I the paper We are all flne and I ................. I...'. : ..... IUARD OF THANKS i Karen Garman, Marata~, [:' ~merican. man el wnom I rnind, O Lord, and we will bow ~ interesteu' ~ ........ in an outsluer s view ~ busy- unly" "' rune' more weeks of ~ SOlCt for Sxlfi.;JU. & ...... set o[ Wnl~e- InlS maaersmp, tecnmcat Know- i __ I DanDurant, J--'ell~w~ ; .......~-~ l~erlca can be really proud, lbefore Thy iudgment, andlpoint ]school left this year I teachlface. Steers.welgh.mg...,625olbS'l!edge',~nltla.tlve' and manager-[ We wish to thank all of ourlSmith, Mankato; Mrs, Frlutk / --Thee,ore ~oosevelt Jnraise Thine everlastina name| '-" . , I ..... " .,,.,_ I SOla tor SZ~.zu. ~t wnl~elace/iat aDlllty in me pertormance~ ..... . ...... '--- tht I ,:.._,...,.. ,,,..t.~..._. o..,~. ~,.~. I :lu~o .-.-, i - o , I ours very truly, ! secono graoe at me VV1LSOH | ........ ,L __,.~/ ...... /relatives ann irlciltlS ltJ[ ~ I I%'ULOI~|II~' YYI~L/Ut.~I.-! ~g~lJLIki| ~-'lb~ . ,.~oo-.o~o, m ~teers weighing /511 LOS. SUIU OI his UUtles. [ , ........... J Aen. I R M Smith I Grade School In the north part I_ Z,, . r. ........... / [cards letters and gifts which J bun Superior" Eugene I~* I. we t)elieve mat me ~un I I " " I ............. |for ~z3 2o, It wnlteiace ~teers/ He is now in Southeast Asia ~- "' - , -~ ' - ..... ' "" -" ~ :~ Peon, ......... '-'in" the train I --------~-- I .......... I o~ r~ays. ~ nave 2a pupns tmSl _, " ................. 51 . _ " /I receivetl aurmg my recentI son weaner; mrs, mCnlh~ . ~ at~ xv~uxv ~ " - . wetgnlng ~z.~ ,us. solo lur ;,~,),a as a memoer o[ the Pacific ' n , [i~',,,~.~ . ill make them the[ . [Cub Scouts to Concordia [year and enjoy them very[ ~ "" Whiteface Heifers that j ........ [stay in the K. U. Medical Ce "l Wattenbarger, SmithCenl~R', [ki~d'~".c".~' . ............ IAJ I~11 | [ Members of three dens of] much [anu ,t~ ....... ' ............ [Air ~'orces WnlCn provmes ot-|ter" We appreciated them so} Mrs. Dale CrangLe, MOnk.t0, [l ':sevIeltwY:s Lw tin "7 'o$ l/Vlaln 3freer attended the Ex-[ Mike is ten and in the fifth[~3eig~ete~;cen/~i'e~f~trs'w;~g~:;g[fensive'defenslve airpower fnr[very much. Also our gratitude[ **''* ~e'Mankat~*Cub Scouts are l +position at Concordia Satur-]grade. He is in the last year o1'1482 lbs s'o;d for $23 80 A set[~e i~i" ~'Fa;u lEtS all~;s !n the,goes out to the onse who took~ The Jewell County TeacheP$ '-'~ " ' ...... ~-a The Mankato Cubs had a~Cub Scouts so I am a den~ "" " ' .~ / ac'fic, a "asta Suth-]care of our chores for the/Associa'tion held its ~Uitl hr Ideal weamer greeteupeo o y Whiteface Heifers wel nm tunate in having dedicated .... ' ,, of ' " " "g " g east Asia * imlc ' " ' .... [~ers as guides [pie on Mankato MS Saturday[ "craftsman booth at the Ex+ mother We have our expom-]-'ust under 400 lbs sold for[ " [three weeks we wcre t '~,]meetmg following the spell|~ / MAB- I night.- We stopped at the Ben / position. Members Irom dens [ Lion this Saturday, [ ~2~ 50 11 Flesh,, Bi'acl Heifers[,. The sergeant served during[Thanks again. I contest April 3. The fol~ fiord S*nd Us Rain ] Franklin store first. Mrs. Her- / one, two and five who attended [ I surely enjoy the new print ]* _:'(. _. 6"" albs sold for [me r, orean war. [ .... Ardeth Wilson. J officers were,elected for ne~t ?:,:+7?o, Veryone was asked to pra~ , ' ' ' - ' Larger consignors were Lar- ' ' ' rs E ' ' ~ ' "" , I ter of Mr and M H s shown us i~'-.;., c~,,. minister Rev I for supper came back to the+singer, and Richard Bartholo-]Kate's Hometowner items, I ......... T ....Hills | .... ]many kind deed,' ," ,'fell, K+ S. T. A. re~-: -,.. .--- ry IVlCL.IlnLOCK lll'ee "-.....d as f'onows:lstore.-Me Opal Greene Lamb/mew. The mothers who ac- am always disappointed when[~tock ~arm Gerald Carlton [Jacbsn of Formoso, Kans. [during the recent loss of our[tire; Norma'n Walker, ["()1~ "Lor~'we'~need rain Send[ on the street She had c used/companied the boys were Mrs. [any of them are missing., ] ~-ls-'" v*-'~'~r Paul Lamb El'[. . ~ [loved one. We thank you for[ alternate. :".:: [,llSr'ain oh Lord Not the gully[ the library. Opal told rne that|Lyle Rightmeier, Jan Beougher [ Sherry will go to Chicago in J m;r~"+~r:nson Lyle Doxon'|Weslernalres [the kind messages, prayers,[-- Carl A. WesUn, [~asher' Lord 'but a sizzle [aer mother, Mrs. Margaret[and Mrs. Nell Huntsinger.]May for six months training[,~u Noller OrvilIe Thronson'[ ---- , [flowers, eards and food/ Supt. of Public Y The Westernalres will have to ach one who ave Instruction Ma [~zz' ' - '~- lord That/Greene was staying at thelPack 36 which included thelin a hospital there Jerry is[_~ Z __ "~l"re Frost'[ " " /Thanks e'' g I " " , Je soo soaker ~ . ' + . , . 'rnomas iarm, ~ a , a meeting' April" 9th a' t 7'30 at ],'und that it" ' ..... time'What we" need'Lord " The[lamh home now + Stopped at lthree dens received a particJ-]still working part time' at the/ , nro kelman Lle Swin [ " _ [to the Heart - ] Kansas..'. lhtia we had April 1st was one'/Roy's Gift Shop and foundRoy I pation ribbon for their exhibit. ]Methodist Church and plays/ton Zb ~urke ~)ea~ Launch[the Community Building. t~v- [might help someone else, to| i in for a German eryone plan to attend I tossed ,h r lunch [0P'those sizzle sozzle sod soak J just visiting with John Ross I ............ [tuba and s' gs " ' [~au 'h Jan :lones Melvi;| ..... . .';' }the ladies ~ o prepa ed j6th Dist. V.F.W, l~l's [ and waiting on a group oi ~ Mrs. Clarence Shook spent [ dance band besides going to [ ~e~n~ler I Brumme'r, Ronald[ the last meeting nut got; merelfor our family and especially [ -- g for some of the movie on n fo then William Allen White master[ boys, - At Dreil ng's Depart-[last Thursday evening at the[ college David is working +it[ Pa" ne I Rarrick [ ...... " . [the V.F,W. me r "} The 6th Dist, V~F;W, ~1~ ~tth,..-"~n lan+ua ;e ,wint/ment Store, found Mrs, Eliza-lhome of Mrs. Lola Lape of/Hadley Hospital on the Re-/ Se-us'if "ou are thinkin" of[~uarter nurses. ~teany enJoY-[memorable service. Yourland Auxiliary wtll hold i~ t ~ ,+-,~v ~ ~, v s is still ev y s ed it The meetmg is to OlSCUSS ill alwa s be l C n a I~d a *'-a .... in 1935, which has[ beth Recce leaving. She had [ Lebanon. She was the gue:t of~ habilitation floor. Pete ". " [ ... ~ * , .......... will[ " . , " ' ' ' "'"[thoughtfulness w' ' Y. } Spr'ng o vention t v # seillng your lIVeStOCK VVe been ;id;~v nuoted and we/worked he," full day. Merl[a former Lebanon high school[with International Harvester. / be -'lad to,a""raise'anl ad-tear next snow. + , [remembered. [ on April 8 and 9, 1~:~,~ , g t.,v Barbara dunker a L ~p.... ~J "~ /Rea,,er & Leo Dreilina were/c/assmate Mrs Vehna (Good)/We have enjoyed following/ ........... ] -- " ' ' J --Mary Ronnie D'nny, |tration starts at 2:00 p,m;~:+~i~ -,L me same: ~ . ~' *' ' '" . . veruse mem for you. we nave .... ' ' r ket it RAINI [busy with customers - that}Huston, who showed beautiful[all the interesting items about|_lent., of "~ood bu"ers for "our~_ [ Scott and the othe [Saturday, April 8, ~. ,~ 0 Lorcl~'in Thy mercy grant[wete strangers to me. - At[pictures of various countrie.~[and honors given Mrs. Boyd[~tocky ~ " a [CARD OF THANK5 / families of Floyd /VFW Home There ~:1~:~ ~ls rain and by that we don't[R-K Shopper I met Judge and[including Israel, Jordan, Tur-[this year. [~ "" ...... LINTO"K [ ~ ' [ Simmelink. |banquet at 7:00 , , man VAIL ~vicu u Thanks to eacn oi you wno II~ean a shower. We want to go[ Mrs. Rogers leaving the store,[ key, Greece, as well as y[ Sincere/y, [ ,~. .. [ * , .... [ .............. J National Guard : sent rson ~lmpson r~ans visited me, sent [lowers glfts rs tlt and watch the lightning rip[and Cliff Houghtaling coming[European countries, Pre [ Mildred Pete [ : .... " [ '' ' / Mr. and Mrs. George Aye /Sunday, April 9, Glen r But~ I~.'~Au and cards during my stay ,it Mend, m ICross the southwestern sky in] in. + Found Je,'ry Kicr, Bob[ also were Mr. and Mrs. [ 1106 Downing Ave./ ..... [" . ," ' /of Oxnard, Calif. left ' Y[ starts at 8:00 a, , at t~/~ Vt n as maturate t~ans Mary Lannmg ann since re f s endln f r h pot blue forks as the fat chluds[ Murphy, Bob Goodeyon, Mrs.[ Shields, Mrs. Neta Shipley, '-J Hays, Ka s [ ' " [ i ' J. ,.. -Jror their home a ter p ' g| school O t e Auxtli~ turning nome Tnese Klnoness ~ll in on us "We want to hurry[ Chet Moran, Jack Bradriek,[ ola and Nora Mallory. [ ,~ .... ....... ' [ .... t-~,-~rS--+Ju~e Ifland of[ ' . . '_. " ""'[ the past five weeks with rela-[ for the Post, 8:00 a,ra+ ~t:i~ 1 In mr a m mr es are lnvaiuanle ankato L h w [home to close the house with[ Betty Tyrell, Ruth Kier and[ ----------- / R.V. Ding' Murray "s [ .~ . a .. ~._ ...... '_~1 .. -_ .~ . ~ [tives and friends in M [ Post Home. unc ~iii~ of ~ayioro r~ans ano ~v~rs ~ue L~oromy ~earmg br ur own from 11 ~ 1; the first fat" drops the size of[ Ralph Ozmun husy. - Visited[ David Smies returned home[ the hospital at University [ _, .' 'o ." ". '1 -- ' ] and Superior. Ne . [ yo :00 [~:rbles on a suddenly risinglwith Mrs John J. Caylor. Mrs.[ March 29th after sere[ g [ Ka sas "c, "[ " .. ......... :'__._ :;I ... _ ...~_,_ ~---: ...... [ , ----- .... }p.m. The aftenrO0n n 4 n Medl al Center Kan ~lexanuer ot Lawrence r~ans ~, " /were zuesuay umner g,e~t~ m W l-t waugn t~utt rnns L . a nus ' s a 1"00 m ~+ ' : 2 months in the s Clt Kansas He under Mr and Mrs Carl M g be in t p ~ind chasin~ us and plunking[ Caylor told mt that their son.[years and (sa. y, . -i ........... q " ; .' ..... ' q ' . . -[ g , , , ...... :' ,~ tnelr nleceaneen Laylanu M Weltmel Konney IVIC~alYI ] ft for ~ the car hood. We want to[Gerald, was nowin Spain and|U. S. Navy, being promoted[went surgery Tuesday. His ad-I '' ' [m'n Clarence Beck m~d3 a[snf Lngmnt' Cl' e [ ............ me oo ~28 B o h lr home I. rlda after a Mr and Mrs Bra~le ~ramble all over the house,[ was to he sent to Naples. -i several times; attairdng [ dress is R m : . [ ~.,. o_,~-~--v,~T..~ ,.,ho is [, " ....... lit e' + ~ ' ' Y ,' ' [ ' , ! ~ ~t as the first sheets des-[Mrs Delbert Underwood told/rate (ff Aviation ELectronicsI ------------ [sl;e;;iTor':n';":e~dZce ha~J~uslness t'~sPut t~emaac~;n~[week's visit with Carl s sister,[ attended a FarmBure~tUme~: , ~nd frantically slammingl me that she hact been workingI Technician Second Class. [ Mrs Wihna Nelson and Mrs. [," pc. '..._..' . .... ~{ clay to 0 ...... P' ,, g[ Mrs. Steve Arnoldy, and Mr.[ }ng in Ellsworth Friday ~t~+ ,~ . " -- +~. ~... r....... (Xr,~ I ..,~. r~ ...... his service in thelLela Michael of Red Cloud /in Alva umanoma unlverslty,[ plant with officers of me tvianq M nold., |inK i':: ...... ~UOwn the wmdo l l M nkato Corn an erent w mn r uests of spent severa days n a kate Packing p y Pro ~ ~, r, .........~', ....... nt tn]~ren makin~ out income tax+ Navy he visited diff :J Nebr ere d' e g ,. It" ; *','' " * " " , " + ..... ''i ...... ~;, IO:k L:urt 31f 7#e++x~indows"'and [ es.-'Visited 'with Mrs Francis ,,laces including Japan HungI Ruth Colson Tuesday. ,'last weeK. '1 g~S;oi;:;o~ t~3d:;~c~ws;a;tI m ,, ~11 II II .... arch the regiments of close-[ ~+Yreea::s~mr~t~In:3~l~urr ~:k Kong, Tshaii;n~hPhiII~p2ne,iInSdl .[e p Y " ' g P +I II]I.~ --II.L ..,J- III~--I---..~II , d 3 God of Israel, Isa -I ', - ... ~' ,, *, s , . . au " .... let it come down so hard.I getting her groceries. - Mrs ............. [ Jewell County received wel- I Saturday morning, April 1 and[ opens. ] Clarence Loomis Don Walk- [Walker 62 votes. ~+ 'the dro s dance so high Dean Rose was loading her Mrs. Bill Bingham and chil-[ come moisture over the week-[.49 Sunday morning, April 2 [ ........ [er and Quentin Leece were l The Unified Dlstr|a t |:i i the str eSts and sidewalks basket with groceries, I told dren, Kim, Kevin and Shirley,I end. The amounts varied froml The high temperature for[ Mr. and Mrs, Harry Boston[re.elected as school board[has six m.~mbers, 'Phr t a covered with a six-inch her it looked like she was get- of Topeka spent the Easter va-I area to area. In Mankato, ae-[the week was 82 degrees Wed-[returned home Saturday after[members in Unified District|bers are elected :e~r of spatter drops Then let ring ready, for threshers She cation at the home of her par- i cur 1inK to Clyde Reed, official[ nesday, April 5. The low for[ spending the paStplatttwOfamllweekS[at 278 at Tuesday'Sre ca election 67} years and they Sem;e ~r r,: ;keep up for a while, and answered, 'Just, a hungry tam- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meg, weather observer, .75 of an[the week was 39 degrees Men-[with the Jim Y tIballots we . st. Loomls and[ terms, :.~ begin:: to t~per off~,~d ily,, tot Mou~. iinu otmoi,~ture,f#~ll;Tuegov.lday~&pff~t~. ~Llneoln, Nebr. |Leece received 63 vote's and