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April 9, 1964

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t~l in Manks~ ~t Sale Barn ~very Frkl~ Jewell County Record I I I ll|ll IIIII II Ill Ill OOIHIIOLIDATION OP ~ ~ ADVOCATe, ~ ~ MoNrI~R, L i i ii II ii II I Ill V~1_73; No. 43 IKANKATO. KANSAS Thursday, April 9, 1964 TWELVE PAGES I I I i i BUILDING ACTIVITY IN MANKATO Building construction in Mankato is oi~f to a good s.tart t~his spring. Dut~on and Putizer Co. of Nor- ~on has a crew in Mankaito pu%ting it, euvb and gutter. Ohas. T. Nichols and Oral Wa'g- her have severel, men working for ~lem on the building, they PU~,ehased jus't south of the Wag- her Drug Store. They are making an a,parUne'm upsta~.s awd an office Just north of ~the Nelson Jewelry @tore. This bui, lding ~s also being condRioned. Fred Ahhnan, who owns the new motel, east of NIanka%o on high- W~y 36, has had a crew of men hel, in him run .a eorm~,ste drive JP~g Fuller, Clarence BLayl~, and ForreZt Colson have been a,e- tnadelin.,g their homes. Bill Buster has ,been remodeling .*he house he mov,.xt ~ Nianka%o. They expect to move iWm it soon. ~ver~l men are remodeling the ~fice o~ Dr. J. R. Co~ner. L & B ElecWie has recer~y ~ooked several homes on ~o the ~w sewer line, C, eovge Simmon i's .busy remodel- ir~ the Seymour building, for- ooeupied by the Pren~ium which he reoenfly Haro;d Chile~t has had severa'l ffxelpi~g him rernodd lhe he recea~fly pu~dhased, lust east of Jerry's StandaTd Ser- ',~ice. He 'has installed a new roof ~1 ~he 'building and has r~painemd structure. Too, he Nas fill~d io%s east of ~he bt~i'l, dSng. This has grea,{ly imporv- the looks of th~ area. Alan David ~M_r. and Mrs. Dairy David of Tem, aoe, I~ard~a~mn, t~a~s., ~ou~ce the ~ of a so~ ~n ~p~,'l 2, 1964. The baby wei~ 9 I5s. and 12 oz., was born at St. tMar~'s ~ospi't~, and has ~.en trained Bax, ce A/an. Mrs. David was formemly Mfiss Jar, ice Bzoy~es. are [Mx. and Mrs. Broyles ~ Mr. and Mrs. David, ~beta of Mm'~kato. Fred Kuiken of Ri~nd Mr. and M~ R. A. Broy~a Mankaem, [Ma~. ~lizabeth Jones Axte~I, K~., ~ Mr. B. F. of~a, ~.Mrs. A.E. of A~tel,1 is a great grmxhnother. ~ W,aeya~ ~ - - - ~ ~ ~--~a~ c~ bIa~em As~x~tior~ moet~ ~r~ 17. The servi~e wi~ be i~ Chur~ ~ witlm'f-~'be a basket ~er at ~he noon, h~xm ~lea-~= went with ~h~ ~ .to t~e Good Semmman 'Rest Home at The W~me~s ~ea~v and ~ayer Grot~p m~ at the I~lmaz ~oberson h~ne Tuesday ~or ~he ~tlar weeldy service. _ ~Ray How&l and ~'~m. Zade ~lect&i ~s Chumh ~ at ~he Qu~ter~ business meeting ~Wed- ~esday evening. C~IIevs aa. ~/a~. Wi~m Roesta ~esda~ a~mmo~ were Mm. Inez ~n, ~m. IJucy M~evs, e Past~. Rev. ~Vl, ah~ was a su~aper Wuest :~urs~y ev~g ~t the Ben Wood ~ome m Bel~R. ~rs. Oliver ~urks has beea h~v- t~g ~ siege of fl~e mumps, the see- the since Aug.. ~nember the dines of W/my 3 k. Be sume 0o at~tend youz emn- School. Dorg~ se~d those tdds Sund~ Scho~ -- ~ ,~hem wi~h you. and [Mrs. Ben ,Wood of ~e- ea~led or~ the Ray Ho~,ve]]is evening. Wesley~ Yout~ Group m~t Edgar C-eorge ~ Mond~ g for a ~ of ~'~": devot2o~s, w,1~c~h were ~.rs. George ,vim fl'm y0~-g i>e~e lm~ir~ aav~, g~n~es were l~la~ed ~nd ~ts served. ~va~. m~d iM!rs aBer~ Wood a~d Shiekls of ~r~aon, ca, lied ,p~r:~,0a-~ge EvI, o~my .cve.nir~g. ~C_.ara/e Smith vi~i,~i wi,h ~. _, .,~r. tMrs. Ann,a Se~f, a G'u.,~e Ro:k over ~e we'k-evd The PaAor ea, l,led on ~e Nia~tm a~msorus. S~rd~y a~terr~aan. The ~ ~'obers~n ohildre~ have .been h, avi~g E-re dhieken pox. W~n. Zade was. the spoa,ker ~t the Su~a,~ evening ,~ervice. dVrs. Christie Lew~ was an a~- te~on ea2~.er ~t ~e h~ne ~f M~s. l~ez Anderson. ~eaehimg ser~ioes every ~.a~l~.y naorn,ing and ere, erring, we in~rrm You o worsh,~p ~vi~ah us. There is a Sunday mo~ing sick- ~hat ~ strikes you quick; a~end your Sunny fl, .beoause y~u a~e so slc[ck.._:.. comes on yo~ rea~[ sudden ~ke, i. ft slmike~ wi$1"mat a %varrtir~;~t frames a l~t~le ,after nine, a~w~ys m 8ur~ay m~ning... 1~.t a ,lit~fle e~ev eleven, its course ~s rtm oy ~mrbh. ,by n~oa youYe ,~el_ amen.. ~t aUvays .,_c~_ ~ o,i Sun- day, ail week you m we~_,~ m~d .~zzmg; You never here a, silck da,y. till Sunda~r comes ~1o~. MANKATO MAKES SLate Superintendent Approves GOOD SHOWING IN 4 Unified Districts For C0untu MUSIC FESTIVAL ~e s~e st~~e~; of of said cl~al:~er 393 in my oginion. Local Students Win Five No. One Ratings At District In Concordia Sharon Loomis, piarm solo; Girls' Dice Cl~ub; M,ar}a Iaaac, vocal solo; Oher3,] Ha,lstead, voeM s~lo; Girls' Sextette, all received a I ~t the District IMusic FcstivM, which was held at Coneordia, April 3 and 4. Afll of ~these I's, except the GiNs' ~lee Ck~b, will be able to eraser the Sta, te ~Music Festival at Hays on A~rfl 25. A No. I rating is H~ghly Super- for, H f~R0erior, and HI Exee~lv~at. Those receiving a II in the vocal d,op~rtrnen/~ are as ~oll~ws: ]%~xed Ohc~; Boys' Glee Club; ~ixed Ensemble; Joyce Cranston, vocal solo; and Ginls' T~ple Trio. The GiNs' Trio ~eeeived a IH. Those receiving a II i.n ~e in- simumerRoa depa~ta,ne~t are as ~ol- i~ws: ,Kerry Kramer, piarm soap; ]Banl; Trombone Trio; Bob 'S ,hit- !Icy, Cornet s~lo; Olavinct Q~n- tebte; ,and Marie D~wey, Bass Horn solo. The :~ollowir~g ~ece}ved a 111: *M~a Isaac, Clarinet solo; Jane Kier, Ba~s C~a~m, et solo; Sax Trio; E~aine ,Ka'le, Tenor iSa,x solo; and !N,e~ Hv.wtsinger, Tenor Sax solo. i 'i!he vaa,mes of the s~uden.ts who !~re m 0here gro,ugs ~a,e as fo~low~: Gi'ris' Sexmtte, Joyce Craftsmen, Sharon L0omi~, S~ Judy, ~n- i na H~As, Betty ~VIoon ,And ~4[e~ry! [K~mer; Giels' TrSp'le T~io, Nela !Huntsi~ger, S. ~usan ,Benson, Cindy ;Hals~ead, J)arline Gartock, Viekae Dm~, ~la'ine K2ale, Diane Staff- ~ord. ~ir~cta Loud~. ax~ Glenda Tyler; G'.mls' Tr~o, ff.anda Louder L'mme I~e, a, nd ,O~'__~. 'I-Ialst~d; Tr~mb0,ne Trio, ,Eddie D~, 1~41 ~M~:hetl, an~ Steve *Ka~e: Olaran~ Quintette, C~evyl H~I: s~ead, ~Mavla lsa,ae, ,Jane Kier and Jerry Grout; Sax Trio, Valme Ty- reR, ~IAnda ~ a~xl ~ Mvyer. ~Teresa Graham and ~e~ry ~VlV~. C OL FOR CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT I am a c~li~te f~r Cl~k of ~he Dl~ct Court m Je~ve~l C