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i COUNTY mmom) The, April 18. l= e 4. S km | OG/,NCES WITH MARY FRANCES By Mary Frances Holdren Jewell County Home Economics Agent Kansas Extension Homemokers Council Workshop- Hutchinson - April It and 20 The Annual Kansas Exten- si0n Homemaker's Council Workshop will be held April 19 and 20 in the Baker Hotel in Hutchinson. The theme of the two-day event is "Launch, Learn, Live." Wednesday, April 19, opens with the General Assembly at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. J. J. Moxley, [n, esident of KEHC, will pre- side and the group will be welcomed by the mayor of Hutchinson. Mrs. Shirley Marsh, State Leader of Exten- sion Home Economics, will ad- dress the group on the theme and the assembly will close with the address by Lieutenant Governor John Crutcber. The afternoon session will open again with a general as. ratably. Musical entertainment Will appear throughout the pro- gram, From 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. there, will be committee work s~mions on citizenship, cultur- al arts, family life, health, in- ternational, and safety. The evening program for Wednes- day features a banquet at 6:30 p,m. The program will feature the Ramlrez Brothers, an in- strumental and vocal ensemble from Mexico. The final day, Thursday, Ap- ril 20, will open at 10:30 with ' the general assembly. Senator Marvin Cox of Kingman will , address the group. The high- lights of the afternoon include 8murthwaite Sketches, "What NOW?" by Mrs. Kathryn Sug- hui, Associate state leader Home economics extension and ia business meeting of Kansas Extension Homemaker's Coun- cil. i At least one car will be going to this Workshop from Jewell COunty, If you would like to attend, please contact me by April 14 so that reservations can be made for you. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Scarrow drove to Atwood Saturday to attend funeral services for Verne's brother-in-law. AROUND THE COUNTY with Jim Gunter, County Agrlcuitunll Agent rims To Spray Fruit: The time to start a general spray program to prevent fruit rots and wormy fruit is when most of the petals have fallen. Spraying when in bloom may kill the pollinating in- sects. The home fruit sprays, such as ferbam and zineb, purchas- ed at garden stores are satis- factory except that in a few cases more of the material may need to be applied than called for on the label. One needs 1 tablespoon of actual captan per gallon of water. If the label gives the percent of captan as 12.5, then 8 table- spoonsful would be required to make an actual tablespoonful of captan. Captan is a fungi- cide and malathion, methoxy- chlor, dieldrin and sevin are insecticides. When poor results are noted from fruit tree spraying, it is usually due to one of the fol- lowing: (1) failure to spray often enough--should spray at petal fall and then immediately after each rain and every 10 days up to as late in the season as it says on the package; (2) failure to use enough material --use 1 tablespoonful of actual captan per gallon as explained above; (3) failure to cover the entire tree and soil beneath-- including both the underside and top surfaces of all the foliage and bark; and (4) fail- ure to rake up and burn old fruit, sticks and leaves under and near the tree from the previous year. Fruit spray schedules are available in the County Exten- sion Office. Cedar-Apple Rust: Cedar-apple rust, a fungus disease which affects cedar, apple and hawthorn trees al- most every spring is showing up in the county this year. The disease shows up on the cedars as orange colored jelly-like masses in April or early May. Spores from the jelly masses are blown to the leaves of ap- ple or hawthorn trees where large spots with brown centers and orange or yellow margins are produced. Brown blotches appear on the fruit. In the summer the diseased spots on the leaves of apple and hawthorn trees have horn like projections on the under- side of the leaves. These pro. [ections produce spores that are blown to cedars. There they start woody galls which grow to marble or golf ball size. The galls are greenish-brown [n color and develop indenta. tions similar to those on golf balls. When mature in the spring they produce the orange elly masses. Cutting out the galls before he orange horns appear helps to control the disease. If there are too many galls, spraying is more practical. Bordeaux mixture applied in April or just as the horns on ~he galls are visible, but before they start to swell, has given good control. Ferbam or zineb at 2 table- 5peons per gallon of water, sprayed on cedars once in July end once in August, has been effective in control for the next },ear. When wettable powders are used it helps to add a sticker- spreader to the spray solution. If it is not available, a tea- spoonful of household detergent per gallon of spray will serve as a spreader. Fish And ame News Dperetlon Northern Pike Ends Walleye Spawning Time Nears Norton - Kansas' first full- scale attempt to collect nor- thern pike eggs has been high- [y successful with the taking )f more than three million eggs to date, the Kansas For- estry, Fish and Game Com- mission has reported. "Although large numbers of northern pike eggs are still being taken, we will Conclude the pike operation this week and will move our crews and equipment to Webster Reser- voir to start trapping walleyes", Roy Schoonover. Pratt, chief of the fisheries division, said. Most of the morthern pike eggs were collected from two- year-old fish at Norton, al- though a small number were taken at Council Grove Reser- voir. The pike, live-trapped In hoop nets, are transported to the shore where the eggs are removed from the female by gently squeezing the abdomen. Sperm to fertilize the eggs is obtained in a similar manner from the males. After the "milking" process the fish are returned unharmed to the wat- er. The eggs are then washed and transported to the state hatchery near Pratt where they are placed in hatching Jars. In about 6 days, depending upon water temperature, the eggs hatch. The small fry are then stocked immediately in lakes across the state. "Most of this year's hatch will be stocked in the new Milford and Elk City Reservoirs," Schoon- over said. Approximately 6 thousand of the first hatched were stocked in King- Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for the Camera Sport Coupe with the Stendarcl S=x. This Camera shown has at extra cost: hood stripe, $14.75; style tr,m group, $40.05; wheel covers, $21.10; and whitewall tires, $31.35. All prices include Federal Excise Tsx and suggested dealer dehvery and handling charge (transportation charges, accessories, other opt,anal equipment, state oncl Ioca~ taxes additional). / ,man County State Lake. the shows are invited to Visit "We're hoping to have a the Commission booth. Com- good hatching percentage on mission personnel will be in the northern eggs, but it can attendance at all times and vary from I0 to 60 percent," will be happy to answer ques. Schoonover said. flons regarding all aspects of Several fisheries personnel outdoor sports in Kansas. have been assigned to Webster C ommlssion personnel as. Reservoir to set up the port- signed to the Wlch/ta 'show are able hatchery and capture Clem Gillespie, Arkansas City, nets. The spawning season for walleyes is expected to be in full swing next week. Most of the hatching of wall- eye eggs will be conducted in a portable unit near the reser, voir. The unit, housed in a semi-trailer truck, contains hatching Jars, collecting tanks and water supply equipment for the hatching process. Collection of eggs from the walleyes and hatching of the eggs is similar to the process used for northern pike, and will he continued as long as spawning fish can be found. The walleye fry will be stock- ed in new reservoirs and in older impoundments across the state. Fish Are Moving; Angling Is Goad Pratt - If you've been wait- ing for the fish to start moving to make your first angling out- ing of the year, don't wait any longer. Reports from the Fish and Game Commission indicate that fish are starting their Spring surge, and anglers throughout the state are re- porting good luck. Crappie, some up to three pounds, are being taken at the Commission's Neosho Water- fowl Management area near Erie, and the Southeast Kan- sas Strip Pits are paying off with bluegill, green sunfish and a few black bass. Pomona Reservoir is pro- ducing some fine strings of crappie and a few black bass. Tuttle Creek fishermen report some fine crappie being caught in coves, but fishing is still somewhat slow. The Marais des Cygnes Wat. erfowl Area, near Trading Post, is yielding some fine bullheads, crappie and a few bass. A few black bass, some up to 1 pounds, are being caught at Cheney Reservoir, west of Wichita, along with an occa- sional walleye and channel cat- fish. If it's fishing you want, why wait longer? It's Beck To The Show Circuit During April Pratt - "There's no business like show business" - at least that's the story for the Kan- sas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission for the month of April. Commission representa- tives will be at the Wichita Sports, Boat and Travel Show, April 4-9 in the Wichita State University Fieldhouse, then will move its exhibit to Lib- eral, April 27-30 for the an- nual Triple-I-Show at the fair- grounds. The Commission booth at both shows will feature two live bobcats as well as live fish displays. All visitors to moves you up to the head of the class. Camaro, the sportiest looking and acting: lower, wider, heavier than any other car at the price. With the biggest Six, the widest stance, the foamiest interior. Drive it at your Chevrolet dealer's and see. You get more than your money's worth. and learn why it gives you that feeling iii!~.ii:i;::ii!:ii~iiil;i::ii!!!i;!:i;!;ii:ii!!i: ::::::i:~:!/~::!i~i?i.i:i:ii::;ii::7;:Ti regional law enforcement sup- pervisor; Thayne Smith, Pratt Chief of information-education division; Leroy Lyon, Pratt, informational counsel; and game protectors J. C. Morgan. Valley Center; Dudley Foster Wichita; and J. D. Lichlyter, E1Dorado. Research Projects Reviewed And Inspected Pratt - Federal aid research projects of the Kansas Fores- try, Fish and Game Commis- sion were inspected and re- viewed this week. Keith Schreiner of the US Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Albuquerque, New Mexico, visited Kansas to view some of the progress being made in wildlife projects. Pitman - Robertson Federal kid funds are being used as 3artial financing for research ind investigative projects in- volving quail, prairie chicken, deer, pheasants, antelope, wild turkeys and waterfowl. The Inspection involved Commis- sion personnel engaged in the various research activities and included reviews of past ac- complishments, projects for the coming year and discus- sions of future work. In addi- tion, field inspections were made at study areas and re- lease sites of wild turkeys and antelope. The high spot of our family album! We've only seen Meg hold emn expression once before, when she was a freckled angel in the School pageant . . . and then she wasn't quite so cross-eyedl Meg's our darling adopted daughter, and usually she's a little . . full of surprises. It was Meg's enthusiasm for Church School us to improve our own record of church attendance. It was Meg's question, "Why don't we ever thank God for dinner like the revived the custom of mealtime grace in our home. And it was Meg's about "the poor hungry children" that eventually drew us into our the Mission Fund. Frankly, we used to be "fringe Christians," givingGod very time or thoughts. Meg was God's instrument in showing us that our really needs us . . . and that it is a blessed thing to be needed. Copllright 1967 Ke~,tor Advertising Service, Inc., Stra$burg, Vo. +:.: The fsctor on earth ins of che, citi~nshi of spiritual a ~trong cBn sound resigns s should own sake. (2) dren's sake. (3) H) For the sake it.ll, which and material to So to end read your Lawrence -- Nine hundred one students earned places on the fall semester Honor Roll of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Kansas, Dean George R. Wag- goner announced today. The Dean's Honor Roll stand- ard {n the College is a grade- point average of 2.26 or better. (A is 3.00, B is 2.00, C is 1.00) Eighty-seven of the honor students made all "A" grades for a 3.00 average. Among those earning places on the Honor Roll are: Donna Jean Hills, sophomore, Man- kate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Hills:and Dorian Michael Meyer, sophomore, Mankato, son of Mr. and Mrsl Robert H. Meyer. dren in Methodist churches will be held throughout central and western Kansas April 3-10, Miss Nancy Eastridge of the Methodist Conference Office here has announced. Leaders will stress creative teaching in the church school through drama, choral reading, and the arts. There also will :be session designing for vaca- tion church school teachers and a study of the d~ties of the superintendent of the chil- dren's division of the church school and the counseling tea- cher. From 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 10, a workshop will be held at Concordia with Mrs. Lois Rose of Mankato as dlr- Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday I Chronicles II Chronicles Ezra Luke John II Corinthians 16:7-13 29:31-36 3:10-13 17:11-19 6:4-14 8:1-7 II ASSEMBLY CF GOD EVANGELICAL UHI CHURCH BRETHREN G. S. Wi~lsrdr Paul Life, Pastor Morning Worship Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Sunday School .. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. W.S.W.S ......... 1st WEBBi~R METHODIST CHURCH Webber, Kansas Loren J. SIlsby, Minister Dale Crispin, S. S. Supt. Wichita --- Interest work- Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. Special Childrens' Service shops for workers with chil- Church School ,. 10:30 a.m. in Basement 11:00 a.m Choir Rehearsal, Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m. Wed ........... 7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer WSCS~lst and 3rd Service ......... 7:30 p. m. Wednesdays., 2:00 p. m. Wednesday of each CATIIOLIC CHURCH ESBON Winter Schedule: 8:30 a m: at Esbon 10:00 a.m. at Smith Center MONTROSE CHURCH Rev. Dean Veme Dempsey, Worship Service Church School .. IONIA EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH DAVID TROTT, Minister Worship Service. 11:00 a.m. Sunday School .. 10:00 a.m. The "Y" Fellowship every other Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. UNION CHAPEL E. U. B. CHURCH Earl Enyeart, Pastor Supt., Vaden Davis, Jr. OLIVE HILL CHURCH NAZARENE BURI R. R. 1 - Sup. rior, Nebr. Lee Hillery, Rev. Dormen Foley ___ Minister Morning Worship .... Chrlssle Ahrens, S. S. Supt. Sunday School ...... Sunday School .. 10:00 a.m. Evening Worship ...... Church Service.. 11:00 a.m. Youth Service. ......... Mid-Week Prayer Wedncsday Evening Meeting, Wed.. 7:30 p.m.Prayer Meeting ...... ector. On April 13 from 9:30 Sunday School..,. 10:00 a.m. Northbranch Friends Church FIRST BAFI~ a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Mrs. Rose Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Wendell Barnett, pastor' CHURCH. will be the director at Phillips- 1st end 3rd Sunday Evenings: LaJaunta Winslow, S.S. Rev. James Mills burg. Bible Study ...... 7:00 P.M. Supt. Sunday School ,, '10: Milford Oat Buys Tha Fello~vships .. 7:00 P, M. Sunday School at .... 10:00Worship ......' 11: Worship at ......... 11:00Training Union .. 6f Registered Angus Bull. ESBO RCH F, cnd Youth at 6:45 p. m. Evening Worship 3 Milford Ost' Mankato. re- Earl Enyeart, Pastor Evening Worship at 7:30 Service 7: Earl Sllsby, S. S. Supt.Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mid Week Prayer --- at 7:30 P. M. Morning Worship 9:45 a.m. Wednesday ...... Sunday School .. 10:45 a.m. FORMOSO COMMUNITY MANKATO 2nd and 4th Sunday Evenings: CHURCH CHURCH Youth Fellowship .. 6:30 P.M. Paul Temple, Minister Michael Hines, ----- Sunday: _ BURR OAK CHRISTIAN Summer Schedule Bible School .... 10: CHURCH Sunday School . .. 9:45 s.m. Worship Hour .. 11 Richard IL Brook, Morning' Worship 11:00 a.m, Youth Hour ..... Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Bible Study...... 7: :Sunday School .., 9:30 a.m. Evening Service .. 7:30 p.m. Gleaners, 2nd and Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Prayer Meeting 4th Tuesdays .. 2:00 Jr. - Hi Youth ... l m, and Bible Study Jet Cadets, Primary Endeavor, Saturday ..... l{k.00 a.m.(Wed.) .......7:30 p.m. Wednesday ....4:00 cently purchased an Aberdeen angus bull from Ralph Becker, Cawker City, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McElroy and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Joerg of the Randall commtm- ity recently attended a Nation- al Farmers Union meeting in Oklahoma City. Ray was visit- ing in Mankato one day last week and reported they had a fine time and enjoyed the ex- cellent meetings. Jet Cadets, j ...... Phone JU 7-2293 RANDALL CHRISTIAN Wednesday .. 4:00 self evil, loped! .. " V'ESLEYAN METHODIST Randall, Kansas CATHOLIC Evening Service Prayer Meeting, Wednesday .. CHURCH Gene Snyder, Minister MANKATO W. D. Buckley, Pastor .___ Mass Schedule.^ I0:00 A.M ..... Sunday School Sundays ........ 8;w Sunday School .. I0:00 a.m. II :00 A.M.. Morning Worship - Worship Service lh00 a.z. W. Y ........ 7:00 p.m, HARMONY METHODIST LUTHERAN 7: 30 p.m CHURCH Pastor Jones. Ray. Dean E. Rome ' Elvl, Konovalsky, 7:30 p.m 8:30 a.m. Worship Service Worship Service . 9:45 a.m. Church School Sunday School ... 11:00 a.m. Worship Service Clyde Reed, Supt. Choir - 8 p.m. Wednesday SP(TNSORED BY THE FOLLOWING MANKATO BUSINESS Jewell County Record Mld-West Lumber truer Abstract Mankato F. U. Co-oP, Mankato Feed & Get the facts about a tax-deferred retirement investment plan using MASSACHUSETTS INVESTORS Founded eROWTH in 1932 STOCK FUND A mutual fund investing in common stocks of invest- ment quality selected for bet- ter than average growth pos- sibilities. A Prospectus and descriptive material may be obtained free bywriting: Waugh Oil & Gas Co., Inc, Jewe l County Co-op Oil and Propane Co. The First National Bank ............ __ "WALTER J. CAMPBELL MANKATO, KANSAS Res. Phone FR $44 'RIglslar, d ReprM~taflve Cddumblon :urltles Corp.. Topeka, Kamms Mankato Sales Co. Lehrling Chevrolet R-K Shopper, Inc. Betty's Studio Kramer Furniture Raymond and Eddie, Barbers Ha]stead's hoe Store McCarthy Hardware Mankato Greenhouse Newell Implement CO, Mankato Laundry Helen's Beauty Shop The Ranch Bowl Roy's Wallpaper & Gifts38-66 Service State F. cha e Bank .Ik)ogaart's Walper Drug Store Trucking J-J Oil Co. & Car Frontier C. e Coffman Sinclair Buffalo Roam Mankato Weldin & e / /