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i i~ii'i,~.~,~ ~ ~i~i'~,~~I ,-~i~i ? : NEWS 11963 Plymouth, hit and kill- local Nyla SelectiveBerg' Clerk Service[damage f the] ed a deer.to There was $300.00the car. ard, makes the following J ---- port: [ Wednesday, March 30, at Called for Induction April 4, 1966 :7. Darrell Jerome Fager Called for Physical Exam- inafion April 4, 1966 II1'' Terrence, Deane Fogo I Stanley John Blair ] injuries, but $100 damage to Enlisted the trailer and $75.00 to the James Edwar dd Ross--Navy [ car. -- Wednesday, March 30, at[ Judge Byron Rogers issu- 8:00 p.m 1.7 mile south of/ed a marriage license to Ar- IJewell on K-14, Chester A.[len Ray Brandt of Lincoln, [Beineke of Salina, driving a[ Nebr and Donna Kay Rose 7: the greut /FUMK'S-G HYBRIDS for grain silage summer pasture green chop 12:15 p.m 5 miles east and 13.5 miles north of Mankato, Virginia Lilland, driving a 1962 Oldsmobile with a U- Haul trailer behind, had the trailer upset. There were no LINDSEY - FUNK MILOS 555 New 12-18" shorter 744 - Early to medium 755 - Medium 788 - Full Season Pasture, Green Chop, Baled Hybrid Sudan 77F SILAGE 101F SEED CORN G-144 New G-4680 G-711 AA of Exeter, Nebr. Judicial Cases: Enoch A. Cheek, failure to stop at stop sign, $10.00 and COSTS. John W. Burke, failure to yield right of way, $I0.00 and costs. Nelson D. Keeler, failure to dim lights, $5.00 and costs. Harry O. White, improper passing, $10.00 and costs. ORDER EARLY TO GET NUMBERS WANTED MANKATO FEED AND SEED :i( i ; i: e BUT, YOU'LL COSTS ! Trooper Laynard Shearer, Highway Patrolman, reports a one-car accident which happened Monday, Mar. 28, :i at 6:15, two miles east of Mankato at the intersection of Highways 36 and 14. Erich A. Cheek of Dillon, Mont 65 years of age, fail- ed to see the stop sign and drove across the road and hit the ditch. Mr. Cheek was taken to the Belleville hos- pital with broken ribs, chest injuries, and facial lacera- tions. The car, a 1958 Chev- rolet, was a total wreck. Office of Co. Supt.: Advice to underclassmen: "You will become a well- adjusted, person when you can make the same mistake 2: ?: ffewell County Record, Lebanon; Orville Hafner, Burr Oak Schools. The first and second grade students in Randall have fine reading ability. They can distinguish the chief elements of a story and repeat them. They have completed their text books 'and are now on supplemen- tary books. Miss Hannah Hansen is their fine teacher. She is Jewell county's nom- inee for candidate for the Kansas Master Teacher Awards. Pupils of first and second grade are Jill Abram, Shan- non Anderson, Ferris Bar- rett, Nicky Baxa, Brenda Goff, Rhonda McMillan, Carla Robinett, Dixie McEI- roy, Edwin McMillan, Brian Robinett, Patty Russel, Steve Sheahan, Jay Lee Shelton, Keith St. John, and Nancy Vetter. The third and fourth grade pupils in Randall are inter- ested in doing things well KanslB - a long time. we visited a moment with Mrs. Mildred Zipse, who has taught 13 years in Randall. Her freshman girls were working on some fine dress- es and outfits. The girls were Sharman Anderson, Kathleen Baxa, Della Lov- seth, Lynn Diane McElroy, By Don Modlin MUSK THISTLE ON INCREASE Musk Thistle has become a serious economic threat to valuable Kansas grasslands. It reduces forage yields by taking moisture and plant food from palatable grasses. Livestock refuse to enter heavily infested areas and will not graze closely to the spiny plants. Permanent and they are developing a pasture grasses are destroy- sense of justice and a clear- ed by aggressive growth of -;7 er understanding of right and wrong. Mrs. Bertha Frye is completing 11 years as teacher in Randall. This year's pupils are Mark Baxa Max Jay Flinn, Bobby Wayne Goff, Marcia Lee Goff, Gary Charles Hough- ton, Dianna Lynn Russell Catherine Sheahan, Ray- mond St. John, F.reddy An- derson, Donna Lorene Goff Bruce McMillan, Linda Kaye twice without getting ner- Novak, Michael Ramsey, vous. Be yourselfi"--Diana Craig Robinett, Richard Jos- Gwen Luckey, Moville, Iowa eph Sheahan, and Elaine (State winner in interpre-Vetter. five prose and oratory). Mrs. Marilyn Hodgson is We had the following vis- doing an excellent job of itors and business callers teaching the 5th and 6th Linda Ross, Burr Oak; Mr. Abram, Roger St. John, Rox- and Mrs. A. C. Fedde, Jew- ann Lovseth, Phillip Brand- ell; Rev. Stanley Black, Kan-on, Perr r Vale, and Mike sas City, Kans.; Mrs. Bruce Pelsor. Corrick, Esbon; Mrs. Louille Always a fine school unit Kihchhoff, Athol; Mrs. John is the 7th and 8th grades the rosettes and plants. Introduced as an orna- mental from Europe, this in- vader was first listed as a weed in Pennsylvania in the early 1900's and has grad- Ually spread westward. Ne- barska legislature declared this weed noxious in 1959 and a survey conducted in Kansas reported 150,700 acres to be infested. In 1963 the Kansas legislature fol- lowed the action of Nebras- ka and declared musk thistle one of the Kansas noxious weeds. The heaviest infes- tation was found in 37 coun- ties of the northeastern sec- tion of the state but the ten- last week: Herman Roe, Sup- grades. She is a graduate of acious weed continued to erior, Nebr.; Glen Grout, the University of Kansas. spread and while many farm- Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Pupils in this school unit are] ers and ranchers had started Higbee, Formoso; Mrs. Ray Nyla Hockett, Yvonne Goff,[ control measures, 45 eoun- Burnham, Jewell; Mr. and Bruce Barrett, Debby Me-[ties reported 440,000 infest- Mrs. Oscar Sund, Jewell; Mr. Millan, Sheita Hoel, Rex] ed acres in 1965. and Mrs. Frank Hajny Es- Flinn, Daniel Baxa, Vickiel Found primarily in grass- bon; Marwn Fall, Montrose; Vetter, Allen Goff, Juanita land, musk thistle can be: identified in the early spring i as flat rosettes varying in size from 2 to 3 small leaves to others as large as the top Patzel, Smith Center; Paul taught by Gerald Cash, who Dahl, Clerk, Dist. 91, Web- has been the efficient grade ber; Mrs. Marshall Bishop, principal for more than 20 Burr Oak; Lester Barnett, years. Students in this room are Gregory Barrett, Alfonso LOVE HOW LITTLE IT SEE US FOR Bank Money Orders Travelers Checks Checldng Accounts Business Loans Safety Deposit Box The Bank by Mail g Baxa, Jr Erma Goff, Sondra Goff, Linda Johnson, Rex Lienberger, John Lovseth, Wayne McElroy, Gregory McMillan, Linda McMillan, Jerry Baxa, Mike Brandon, Lee Collins, Rieky Hartsel, Edward Johnson, Ann McE1- roy and June Novak. John Lovseth was absent recover- ing from a recent appendec- in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY ESTABLISHED 1883 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. ii April 7, 1966) 31 I IN THE PROBATE COURT I OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of John Henry Flinn, De- ceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: I of a bushel measure. The leaves are dark green with a light green midrib. A ma- ture plant varies from 2 to 7 feet and the dark reddish purple blooms are borne on heavy prickly stalks. The plant is a biennial and nor- mally takes 2 years to com- plete its life cycle. The best method of con- trol is spraying with one pound of 2, 4-D before the i flowering stalk begins to I* elongate. Reasonably good results have been obtained 'by increasing the rate of 2, 4-D to 1 to 2 pounds per tomy. ]acre after the stalk has We are honored having]lengthened but before the been asked to give the 8th grade commencement ad- dress May 18. We're happy to have Supt. Homer Bigham in Randall Schools. Randall has had an excellent school system for - - I plant is in full bloom. Mow- ing the infested area can be effective if the seed head is clipped and not allowed to remain on the plant and con- tinue the ripening process from the sap in the stalk. If the plant is mowed before maturity, secondary shoots may develop and produce heads that will continue seeding. Scattered individual plants should be grubbed out b yl3 r 4 inches bel w the ground surface. 2, 4-D, if applied at state Investors recommended rates, is avail- able from your county weed department at one-half cost and Don Modlin, county weed supervisor, urges all farmers to check pastures and known areas for ros- ettes of this pest now. If plants are found, make ar- rangements for spraying. Repeated treatments are es- sential as seeds in the soil may continue to germinate and produce new plants. It is notknown how long seeds may remain viable but a :Nebraska experiment proved seeds taken from a sample of infested sod continued to germinate for 5 years. Concentrated efforts for eradication are necessary as the umbrella attachments on the seeds may carry them for considerable distances New infestations are oftev found around brush piles. a month !* Now you can accumulate mutual fund shareson a reg- ular montl~ payment plan to fit youx family budget, With payments of $20 month--*after an initial $40 paym~ht--you can ac- h#dge rows, pond dams, and deserted farmsteads as well as in pasture areas. It is well to remember that musk thistle, commonly called nodding thistle, is de- clared a noxious weed by Kansas law and it is the legal responsibility of every land owner or operator to prevent seed production on land under his supervision. quire shares of Investors Stock Fund. This is a mutual fund de- Miss Lesley Walker, the of Mr. and Mrs. Ed will, be home this State Thursday, signed to provide long-term capital appreciation possi- bilities as well as a reason- able income. For full details (prospec- tuses) of Investom Stock Fund and the new Investora Accumulation Plan-- executrix' final account and final settlement of said estate, including the allow- adce of fees and costs of probating said will, for a de- cree assigning title in accor- dance with the terms of said will and the laws of Kansas applicable thereto, and for f!nal distribution; for con- o'clock a.m. of saidc said court, in the Mankato, Kansas, at time and place said will be heard. ShoU fail therein, judl decree will be due course upon tion Witness my the city of Mankato, County and State, day of April, 1966. PHEBE MAY By: Robert H. Meyer, Attorney. ATTEST: Byron (Seal) Probate CALL YOUR BRAND I~EW ALL-WEATItER BY GOt THE O. JU/ L ?-PRICEO TIRE WITH EXTRA-MI] ,::~'=" 7~ "TT TUY Yi",NB EXTRA-STRONG 3-T NYLON Turnpl