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,/ A GO$1$OLIOATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWEL:L COUNTY MONtT(~, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF I~1"'S FOR JEWELL. COUI~TY, WE'RE FOR IT 76; No. 44. $ Sections. 14 Pages and SUl~!tm.__gn! Mankato, Kansas Thursday, Aprii 13' 1967 E. Schlotterback, M. D., his office and clinic in Monday morning, Ap- 10th. It is located across Kreet south from the Man- Apartment House. In the above, Mrs. Herald Thompson, left, office and Dr. Schlotter- are shown discussing for the day. They are in office area in the clinic. Burkhart of Jex~ell registered nurse. She is aughter of Mr. and ),!rs. Folsom of Jewell. Shir- Who has been working at l~elleville hospital, will be at Dr. office, She is below, on the right, Vera Thompson. whole interior of the has been remodeled. office has been con- in the east portion of ~aiting room. A new coun- With formica top, has been across the front of the space. In this area, Mrs. ~on will keep her re- etc. There is a great more room in this area, the space formerly occu- by the office. All of the in the clinic, with the of the x-ray room, been paneled with at- wood. New office fur- has been installed in room. area, formerly occu- by the office, facilities x-rays and films provided. new paneling covers the the w~th~ room and CPA Firm Donates Commercial Development Stock To Hospital !e Woods and Durham, a certi- fied public accountant firm at Beloit, has purchased $300 of Mankato Commercial Devel- opment Association stock and donated it to the Jewell County Hospital. The purchase and donation was handled by Jim Durham. a member of the firm. Mr. Durham has been doing the audit work for his firm for the Mankato Commercial De- velopment Association and han dles several other accounts in this area. This donation is sin- cerely appreciated by h)cal residents. office area, the doctor's pri- vate office, the examination room and the emergency room. Different types of wood have been used in the various rooms and they are all appro- priate kinds. New cupboards and counters have been placed in the labora- tory and other improvements made. The remodeling, which was done by Arden and Thaine Clegg, makes the building very attractive and improvements were made, which will make the clinic better adapted for the work of Dr. Schlotterback and his staff. Jim I Before opening time Monday morning, Dr. Schlotterback went on a house call and sever- al patients were in the waiting room. Too. the phone was ringing steadily. The telephone James Dodd has purchased number at the office is FR 8- Jerry's Standard Station in 3511, Several bouquets of beautiful Mankato from Jerry Seirer. The deal became effective flowers were sent to the dec- Monday, April 10. In the pic- tor's office Monday by citizens, who wished to express their ture below are shown (left to appreciation to Dr. Schlotter- right): James Dodd, Jack Dun- can. Hays, Jerry Setter. and back and family. Stanley Noller. Mr. Duncan This young man is a fine. district sales representative experienced doctor. His many was in town to help Jim an( patients and friends, in this Jerry with the inventory. The station will operate under the area, are extremely pleased to have him open his office and clinic in Mankato. Mrs. Schlotterback (Sarah) and their three children will move to Mankato as soon. as housing arrangements are made, Everyone is mighty happy to have this fine family as citizens of Mankato, firm name of Jim's Standard Service. The sale includes all the in- ventory in the station and Red Carpet Shop. The station pro- per is leased. Jerry Seirer has operated the station for 11 years. He is leaving to take over a new Standard Oil Station, which is being built at Re,sell at the intersection of 1-70 and 281. Jerry appreciates lhe fine pat- ronage he has had through the years. Mankato is his home town and the decision to leave was a difficut one to make. Because of his good record here with the (.om,);my. he re- ceived this opportunity, which he felt was too good tu turn down STATE MUSIC CONTEST The Mankato High School students who will be partici- pating in the State Music Fes- tival will present their numbers in a dress rehearsal to be held in the gym on Monday, April 17, at 7:30. The program will feature the concert band, mixed chorus girls' glee, boys' ensemble. mixed ensemble, three girls' ensembles, vocal solos, and in strumental solos. The public is cordially invit- ed to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rohla of Formoso stopped at the Record office Monday and subscribed to the paper. e Jerry and Pat Seirer have four children; Terry, 11: Ter- esa. 8: Jeffery. 7: and Tracy, 4. The Seirers haxe sold their house in Mankato to the Denny Murrays. They plan to move their fm'niturc to Russell Ap- ril 19..larry will be a! ;i Stand- ard Oil School m Kansas City for three xxeeks:, starti, ~ April 24. The family will stay with relatives m Mankato until school is over. Stanley Nolh.r will hell).Tim until school is over. Stanley and Mike (]rout. a high school senmr, will go to Russell to work for Jerry. Jim has a good source of help in his own family Mr. and Mr,,: Dedd have four sons. who will be working at the station ;filer school and during vacations. ['at and Jerry are bvth Man kato High School graduates and have made many f:'iend~ in Mankato through the years. They have been active in c~,m munity affairs. Their friends wish them every success in their new location. Jerry and the Standard Oil Co. are happy they could find a local citizen. like Jim. who will contimm to operate a first class business. } Ladles Bowling COral In Ladies Bowl- are competing in Journal Tourna- Competition is being singles, doubles, and April 8, the Ranch and State Exchange were in Salina to The Mankato Green- team will go to Salina April 15, and the No, 1 team will corn- April 22. members of the teams Bowl: Barbara Junk- Bradrick, Betty Alice Kinsey. and Ahrens. Bank: Doris Pat Czirr, Darlene Nyla Berg, and Doro- Greenhouse: Eva Je~e Graham, Jan. Marie Morris, and Meeker. No. 1: Helen Uz- Russell, Orpha Fogo, Petoraon, and Faith Mr. and Mrs. Chester Het- tlnger of California stopped at the Record office Monday mor- ning. They have been here to attend the 50th wedding anni- versary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hetttnger, which was held Sunday, April 9th, at the Formoso Commun- ity Church. They report a won- derful reception was held for the Hettingers. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar George returned Sunday, April 9, from Glendore, California where they have been visiting for the past six months. They spent the week days at the home of their daughter, Mrs. John Spink, the former Shirley George, Shirley teaches school and they took care of her two year old daughter during the week. On weekends they stay- ed with their daughter, Marie lyn George Creed, and her family. Marilyn and Shirley on- ly Uve two miles apart. e MANKATO HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Third Nine Weeks First Honors Melvin Kitts, Linda Louder, Barbara Mohler, Mike Rourke. Jeannette Grout, Carol Moh- ler, Steve Rose. Scott Seirer, Ann Donahue, Danny Han- cock, Roanna Meyer, Doug Page, Terry Peteete, BOnnie Reynolds, Dale Switzer. Claudette Ault, Mike Dodd, Diane Park. Second Honors Max Freeman, Verna Gough, Cindy Halstead, Nela Hunt- singer, Patty O'Quinn, Ralph Ozmun, Diane Patrick. ,Tean Berry, Pare Lehriing, Dick Munsey, Kendall Oat Carole Ozmun, Sondra Reed. Sam Colson, Jack Dean Brad Owen, Renee Sllsby, RI chard gnash. Ed Beck, Larry Blew, Mike Dempsey, Greg Diamond, Cin- dy Hesser, Danny Hunter, Fred Mr, and Mrs. Chas, Ayers of Rose, Doug Wirtz, Jewell were Mankato visitors Monday. Chas. stopped at the office and renewed their paper M~keta Unlfl~ DistriCt I[~lJ,~ for the coming year. Junh)r High School Honor Roll 8th GRADE "A" Honor Roll - possible 15 points Susan Kler - 15; Max Smith - 15; Richard Wirtz - 15; James Ryan - 14; Sarah Jane Russell - 14; Diane Rourke - 14: John Weltmer- 14. "B" Honor Roll - 10-13 points Bobby Freeman - 13: Karen Louder - 13; Carol Myers - 13; Patricia Cady - 12; Sara Mart 12; Roberts Meyer - 12; Kar. en Reynolds - 12; Donna Clegg - 11: Rita Anderson - 10; Stev. en Dodd - 10: Sheila Huntsing. er - 10; Mike Simon - 12. 7th GRADE "A" Honor Roll - 14-15 points Debra Noble - 15; Joyce Love - 15; Angela Meyer - 15; Kelth Roe - 15: Joann Kitts 14; Rotmrta Smith - 14. "B" Honor Roll - 10-12 points Andra Newell - 13; Karer Eilert - 11: Brenda Huntelnger 11; Jennifer Young - 11; Car rie Ann Weltmer - 11; Bruce Taylor 10; Michel Volksr - 10; Trela Rafferty - 10: Mary Jane Smith - 10; Ro ld Roth. ohfld - 10. The Mankato Packing Corn- |any officials, shown above, visited Mankato Thursday, Ap- ril 6, 1967. They are, left to right: Bernie Rothschild, ex- ecutive vice-president, Ted Ac- ton, plant superintendent; and Charles Moritz, vice-president. The men were making ar- rangements to open an office in Mankato. They rented the building, formerly occupied by Nelson Jewelry, from Oral Wagner and Chas. T. Nichols. They are going to start taking applications for employment this week. Ted Acton, plant superinten- dent, will be in the office Thursday and Friday, April 13 and 14 and Tuesday, Wed- nesday, Thursday, April 18, 19, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McElroy were happy last week to have the opportunity to meet and visit with the Christian Church missionary from Japan, Mr. Harold Sims, who married their daughter, Sharon, and Airman 1st Class Carl Walton in Misawa, Japan in Novem- ber 1965. Mr. Sims, who is on a furlough teaching in a Christian Church College ifi Cincinnati, Ohio, was one of five missionaries who preached at the Christian Church Mis- sion Week in Mankato which was sponsored by the Manhat- tan Bible College. Sharon and Carl are still in Japan and ex- pect to be there until June L968. Mrs. Louise Sellhorn Passed Away Monday Mrs. Louise Charlotte Sell horn passed away Monday. Ap ril 10, at Beloit. Funeral ser- vices for this fine lady x~ere .held April 11 at 2:00 p.m. at the E.U.B. Church in Man kate. A complete obituary will be printed next week. Mrs. Steve Ahrens a~d Elaine of ,Vianhattan spent the weekend at the home of Steve's parents, iVh.. ano Mrs. Harold Ahrens. They accom- I)'mied Miss Audrey Ahrens el Manhattan. who came to spend the weekend with t~er mother Mrs. Henry Ahrens. e Left to right: Allen Smith, Charlotte Roe, and Dale Park. The Open House. sponsored by the Southwestern Bell Tele- phone Co. in Mankato April 5, attracted 506 persons. They all enjoyed the fine demonstra- tions and explanation of tale. phone equipment. Charlotte Roe. service re- presentative, Dale Park. com- bination man, and Allen Smith, Installer-repairman, were the hosts at the new Telephone building. They took viewers through the building and ex- plained how the various items of equipment were operated. At the Correll Hotel, a large number of exhibits had been set up. The viewers were shown through the rooms by John Schmitz. Concordia, man- ager, & Mrs, Wanda Graham of traffic department. Con- cordia. They explained the op- eration of various types of equipment. Refreshments of doughnuts, coffee, and pop were served. The telephone company offi- cials were pleased with the large turnout and local per- sons found the Open House educational and entertainlng. WHEN left to rlSbl= Wan Steve McAtee, Mm. Gerald M tm, $olm S mdtL |1 I and 20. Office hours will be from 9:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 5:00. Charles Moritz will be in the office some of the time. The men want to have per- Sonal interviews with persons, who would like to work for the Mankato Packing Plant. They are looking for general Iabor, mechanical workers, and a bookkeeper and office help, if you are interested in work- ing for this new industry, you are cordially invited to stop at the office. You can reach them by mail by writing Mankato Packing Co., Box 511, Man- kato. The telephone number is FR 8-3182. A personal inter view is preferred. In Mankato First Place Winners at Hays Rela~l 0~ to right): Ralph Ozmun and Russell Lange. Mankato placed second in the Fort Hays Relays Wednes- day, April 5. in the Class B division. The Cougars scored 29 points. Sylvan Grove won 1st with 35 points. Smith Cen- ter was third with 26~/~ and Osborne 4th with 24~/~. Russell Lange won first in the broad jump with a leap of 20'1" Ralph Ozmun scored two firsts. He heaved the dis- cus 153'4V2" and ran the 440 yard dash in 52.7. His discus throw ~s a new school record and he only missed the Hays Relays record by a few inches This is one of the best throws in the state this year by a Class B performer, Other Mankato points were scored by: Mike Rourke, se- cond in shot, 46T': Mike Grout, 3rd in low hurdles, 21.5": 880 relay, 3rd, 1:32.0 (Mike Rourke, Ralph Ozmtm, Eddie Wilson. and Mike Dodd) ;" mile relay, 5th, 3:41.8 (Mike Dodd. Ralph Ozmun, Russell Lange, and Eddie Wilson). Other performances, which didn't place, are: Mike Grout, high hurdles, 17.5; Melvin Kitts. high hurdles. 17,6, dis. cus, 120'. and javelin. 161'9"; Mike Dodd, 100, 11.1: ~d~la Wilson. low hurdles. 23,9, 320, 25.7; Dale Freeman. low hurd- les. 25,; Mike Dempsey. ~20. 25.g. 440, 59.8; Mike Rothchfld, mile, 5:23: Marvin Lcom~ mile, 5:25; Chuck Zadiu, 880, 2:18: .l.C. Clegg, 880, 2:19; Tony Patrick, 2 mile, 11:~. Leon Holl, star half miler, didn't get to compete at Hays because of a knee ailment. Itb ksto Point Wlmmm at the l ys Rels m to ri t): Mike Rourke, Ralph Ozmun, Rummll Eddie Wlison, Mike Dodd, and Mike Grout. i CARD OF THANKS The Mankato Fire Depart- ment would like to thank Ray Smith for the supper Thursday mght, April 6, at K, & C, Care, Russell Oplinger of Jewell was s welcome caller at the Record office Monday morn- lng. He stopped to renew his subscription to the paper. Enciosed i t is cl ,ck an,, other year's subscriptk~ the Record. We are having April ~W, ors. Haw had ome frost, Hasn't done too mU~ damage as yet. lrrtptl~ Wlb~ ~s will be somewhat ye . quRe a few tkt ftrmer| are digging ir t/at m Wldis, You I t