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f t I JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, April 13, 1967 Page 6 - Section 1 I,II III I II Big Parade Will Highlight Legion Meeting At Concordle What already is being hilled as perhaps the biggest, parade in Kansas will highlight the Sixth District convention of the Kansas American Legion April 15 and 16 at Concordia. Bill K. Folkner, commander Of the Doyle-Crook Post 76 at Concordia, the host post, said 30 bands and dozens of other entries already have entered t~.e parade list. Expected in the line of march are Kansas Governor Robert Docking, Senator Frank Carlson, a Concordia resident, and Debbie Bryant, the Kansas girl who became Miss Ameri- ca. The Saturday afternoon par- ade also will attract Saddle Clubs, drill teams, antique cars, regular Army units, in- cludlng the 43th Army Band from Fort Riley, drum and bugle corps and Legion Digni- taries. There are 8,500 Leglonalres in the Sixth District, largely the North central and North- western tier of the state. Folkner said the Concordi~ post began planning the con- ventlon 11 months ago, "the day after we were selected as host post." The old and new in aircraft will be on display in downtown Concordia. T-38 and an F-101. tboth Jets. will be parked on in Street by Wright-Patter- AFB, Ohio, and Charles Blosser, Concordia will display his 1928 Lincoln-Page plane. The Isis Shrine band and the Shrine's drum and pipe Scot, fish band have accepted invita- tions along with the Saline Op- timist Drum and Bugle Corps Ind the Crack Drill Squad from St. John's Military School all of Saline. The Argonne Reb- els of Great Bend, the State Champion Drum and Bugle , ~ 31: i :i::/~ ~ . Coming To Concordla Corps, :s entered. "We've invited 50 saddle clubs," said Folkner, "and we expect to have 20,000 persons in Concordia on parade day. The Army will send a towed 105 howitzer and, an Honest John rocket with launcher. Legion officials expected in- clude the State Commander~ Pat Finley and the Sixth Dis- trict Commander, Peter Brun- gardt. High school bands which al- ready have accepted invita- tions are Glasco, Washington, The Ilagplpers Are Coming To Concordlo April 15 The "Isis Temple Pipes and Drums" have accepted an in- vitation to appear in the up- coming Sixth District Ameri- can Legion convention parade to be held at Concordia April 1'I. The band is made up entire- ly of Saline businessmen who q Mrs. Lovone Bartley Mr. and Mrs. John Burdett have finished the remodeling of' their house that they had moved into Ionia and recently moved into it. Her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dieck. er, of Duncan, Okla. bare visit- ed them recently. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Slaughter of Salina are the parents of a little son who arrived April 2. He has two older sisters, Anita and Vachti. His father is serv- ing in the U. S. Navy and his mother and sisters are at Schilling Manor. Grandparents are Mr, and Mrs, Glen Kinche- lee and Kent Slaughter. Great grandmother is Mrs. Arch Cotmtryman of Cawker. The students of Esbon Rural High School who were taking nUmbere to the Music Festival at Conoordia presented their numbers to the public Tuesday (Iventng. Larry McKlnnis is their music instructor and the lZmgram was enjoyed by all p~nt. M~. and Mrs. Lindon Sample Ipent three days in Colorado, While there they visited an uncle, Mr, and Mrs, U. L. Hlatt at LaJunta, saw Dr, and bnd Mrs. Lester Stites. Dorothea, Ferna and Garry Phillips of Beloit spent the weekend with their grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Phillips and Elizabeth Joined them for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sim- mellnk and Mr. and Mrs. Ad- am Rose were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Van Wcy. Lester Barnett was a Sunday visitor at the Glenn Barfley home. Limestone Valley 4-H Club will meet at the schoolhouse Monday evening April 17. Mrs. Bob Boyer returned to her home Sunday evening from the Ron Callaway home at Al- mena where she had been help- Ing while the youngest grand- son was recovering from se- vere burns on his hands caused by his pulling the steam iron on himself. Mrs. Dale Birdsell was a Thursday morning caller of her aunt, Mrs. Rolls Dietz. Ionia Garden Club met on i~i~' Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Sybll Finch, hostess, at the home of Mr. "and Mrs. Jim [Finch. All members and one guest, Mrs, Margaret McFar. land, were present. Mrs. Bertha Dietz visited from Tuesday until Friday with Mrs. Gertie Countryman Hanover, Concordia Higll School and Junior High School, Notre Dame of Concordia, Cu- ba, Jamestown, Miltonvale, Minneapolis, Morrowville, St. John's of Beloit, Deshler, Neb., Scandia, Blue Rapids, Water- ville Junior High, C!yde, Clif- ton, Jewell, Lincoln and Chest- er, Neb. "We're looking for more parade units," Folkner said. "Anyone can enter by getting in contact with me at Box 50, Concordia." are also Shiners of Isis Tern. and were especially tailored in pie. This is the only band of Scotland for the group. The its kind in the state. The kilts are woven of material of Shriners have undertaken the the Shrine colors. The bacp~pes band as a hobby and make a and drums were also imported very limited number of appear- from Scotland. The full band ances other than at Shrine of 16 pipers and drummers functions. The uniforms are plan to march in the big con- authentic in style and material vention parade. me cream and cake WednesdayI There were three members evening at the home of Mr.[ present. and Mrs. Kenneth Braden.l Mrs. Ralph McHenry and lit- Mrs. Garrett Phillips "was ob-[ tle granddaqghter of Belolt serving a birthday. [ spent Thursday with Mrs. An- Sharon Borger and Chuck[ na Schmidt and Glen. Wright, K. U. students, were[ Our area received another guests from Wednesday to Sun-' good rain Friday night. dav at the Jennings Borger Amounts in our area range fi-om .85 to 1.85 inches. Some of the ponds are now getting water and the creeks are run- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meeker of Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Holl- oway of Beloit and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miles were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose honoring the birth- days of Carl Meeker and Mrs, Holloway. Mr. and Mrs. Jennlngs Bet- ger, Sharon and Charlotte and Chuck Wright were Saturday supper guests of Mrs. Thelma Hauptll of Glen Elder. Members of the Coonhunters and Sportsman Club held their clean-up day Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shoe- maker and family were hosts Saturday evening at their home to a turkey supper honoring the April birthdays of Mrs. Delmar Shoemaker. Harold and C,,rtis Shoemaker. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs, John Shoemaker and ,ludy, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Douglas, Gary and Terry, Mr. and Mrs, Del- mar Shoemaker, Dennis and Julte, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Glaus- ser, Larry and Sharon and Mrs. Helen Stltes. Mrs, Phlllip Benoit, Tim, du- lie and Kimberly of McPherson were r ent visitors Of 'Mr. home. K. U. had their spring vacation last week. Limestone Valley 4-H Club members will be calling at the homes in Ionia township for the Red Cross. They will ap- preciate your contribution for this worthy cause. Mr, and Mrs. Larry Phillips and Garry of Beloit were Wed- nesday afternoon callers at the Garrett Phillips home. High school students of our area were busy Friday and Saturday at the Music Festival in Concordia. Mrs. Gordon Alcorn spent several days last week in Smith Center caring for her grandsons, Billy and Jack Frost, while their mother, Mrs. Bill Frost. was working. Mrs. Larry Ahlvers, who is Limestone Valley 4-H Project Leader for the Beginners, met with the mothers of those en- rolled Thursday morning. Ma- ry Frances Holdren, H.E.A.. was also present. Mrs. Leonard Ritz, Project Leader for *l:e Mrs, Wflmer COnger end Mr, Other sewing class held a meet- I~nd Mrs, Wilbur Huffman at ing at her home Thursday af, Colorado Springs and were the ternoon for the mothers and IgUesta of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mary Frances also attended ~mple at Ft, Lupton. [this meeting. ~/r. and Mre, Garrett Phil. I Stitch and Chatter Club m(K Ui~| and J~ i/nd Mrs. Terry ~Th~sday after2oon at the PMilllm and Elizabeth enjoyed Ihome of Mrs. Garrett Phillips. /.. J ;, and her daughter, Mrs. Katie Clampett, of Ozark, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz and Sherri a~,,ere Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dietz and boys at Clay Center. Ionia T.T.M. will meet to- night (Monday). A nice pro- gram has been planned. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Tullm" were Sunday afternoon callers at the Jennings Borger home. Mrs. Marsh.-II Bishop Mr. and Mrs. I)elbert Roper and Joyce of Hardy were Sun- day dinner guest.~* of Mr. and Mrs. Merl Iiammett. Mr. S. C. Jensen of Sidney', Nebr. x~as an afternoon caller. Mr. Jcn sen is a l)rothcr of Mrs, flare- matt. Mrs. Lyre React visited he," mother, M:s. Enrl Smith. and her sister, Mrs. W. A. An- drews Friday afternoon. Mr. Earl Smith an'l Mi*~s Dixie Reece were Saturday af. ternoon callers at tim W. A. Andrews home. Mrs. Lyle McCamm,m wa~ hostess to the Harrison Exten- sion C]ub member~ Th~u'~d.:~y afternoon Mrs. Dave Stenzcl gave a lesson on window treat. meet. The Cloud Snyder sale drew a large crowd Moudny after. ~oon. Thh~f'/~ sold ~v;l. Meg. (;~'" r ,' 'T"~vencl" o[" Sll- parlor was a gu",.l~v s"DI)er guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dye and Dennis. Mr. Douglas Folden of Thlef River, Minn. vb~i~,'d with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blackstune Fri- day. Olive Hill Ladies Aid Society met Tuesday :~fternoon at the church for quilting. Mrs. Gail Hudiburgh presided at the bus- iness meeting and was also the hostess. Manl~eto Grade Track Teams Win Meet At Lebanon T~e Mankato 7th and 8th Graae ~,r,s anti me ~vla/iKa~u 7~ and 8th Grade Boys won a dual tracz meet w~m the Le- banes teams at Lebanon 'rnursday, April {~tn. Tee next action for the Mankato grade teams will ~e at the :~mtth Center Invitational Thursday, April 20. Coacn Don AnUerson s teams made a fine showing at Lebanon. The Mankato place winners: 7th Grade Girls High Jump: Andra Newell, 1st, 3'10"; Barbara Blair, 2nd. Broad, Jump: Angels Meyer, let, 12'4 ; Karen ~:ilert, 3rd. Softball Throw: Michelle Vol- ker, lit, 88'2"; Kathy Murray, 3rd. 75 Yard Dash: Kathy Black- wood, let, 9.5; Carrie Weltmer, 2nd. 100 Yard Dash: Kathy Black- wood, 1st, 12.7;. Angela Meyer, 2nd. 220 Relay: Kathy Blackwood, Angela Meyer, Cai'rie Welt- mer, Andre Newel[, 1st, 29.6. 440 Relay: Karen Ellert, Tre- la Rafferty, Barbara Blair, Gsyle Berry, let, 63.6. 8th Grado Girls High JUmp: Shella Huntsing- er, let, 4'; Beverly Conner, 2nd: Pat Cady, tie for 3rd. Broad Jump: Diane Rourke, 1st, 12'~"; Susan Kler, tied for 3rd. Softball throw: Diane Rourke, 1st, 142'6": Rite An- derson, 3rd. 75 Yard Dash: Koran Louder, let, 9.76; Karen Reynolds. 3rd. 100 Yard Dash: Karen Loud. of, 1st, 13,85; Sarah Russell, 3nd 0 Relay: Kar,m Louder. Diane Rourke.~ie Right. rn,fl , Sarah Rua i. let. 38.8. . e (Standings for Games Through April 7,) WOMEN'S LEAGUES COFFEE w 1 Mixers 69 39 Zippers 57 51 R-K Sparklers 57 51 Pin 'Pushers 53 55 Ranch Hands 45V2 62~,~ St. Bank of Esbon 42 65 High Individuals, 3 ~ames Jan Beougher, 454; Midge Oli- yer, 442;, Dorothy Hawkins,, 430. High Individuals 1 game' Midge Oliver, 182; Jan Beougher. 178; Eva Menden- hall, 172. CLE C i R-K Shopper ~ 39 Lehrling Chevrolet 7~47 Ranch Bowl -" 6~53 Formoso Merchants 58. 62 Jewell Co. Record 43~, 77 Boogaart's 38 ~82 High Indlvlduals, 3 g~mes' Joyce Bradrick, 528: Helen Uzdill, 437; (Tie) Faith Stroup and Vera Seirer, 432. High Individuals l g~rne, Joyce Bradrlck, 201; Vera Seirer, 197; Norine Hajny, 171. m TUF.~DAY SIX w I Frontier Gas & Oil 8139 Mankato Greenhouse 7050 State Exchange 5763 F. U. Co-op Elev. 189. REDSTONE w I Ranch Bowl 73% 50~ L. & B. Electric 72 52 Kramer's 62Vs 61~ Swope's 62V2 61~& Boogaart's 59 64Vs Waugh's 42 82 High Indivtdual~, 3 oam~.s: Dean Buster, 539: Chester Brown. 532; Glen Kindler. 52"I:Iigh~ Individuals, 1 game: Dean Busier. 209: Wayne Blaylock. 198: Chester Brown 193. i ASTRONAUTS W ! Newell Imp. 76 48 B. O. Amer. Leg. 71V.~ 52V~ Knights of Col. 68 56 B. O. Plumbing 6261 Raflriders 571/2 66% R-K Drugs 36%. 87V~ High Individuals. 3 game~: Joe Reinert, 212: Jack Brad- rick, 205: Newell Alexander 196, High lndividnals, I game" Tom Cavanaugh, 527; Joe Reinert. 524: Warren Nebel 523. MIDAS | w ! R-K Sackers~ 73V~ 50~. First Nat'l. t~nk 73 51 Hedges Conoc~ 62 62 58 66 57 63 Jewell Co. Co-op Jerry's Standard 48:& 71 36-66 Service 57% 66~ Jewell-Mitchell 46 73 Citizen's St. Bank 48 76 High Individuals, 3 games: ~... High Individualst3 games Faith Stroup, 569; Marie Mor- unes[er tlrown. ~; Larry ris, 538; Eva Rogers. 481.McKinnis. 525; Merwin Petez, High Individuals, 1 game: Faith Stroup, 210: Marie Mor- ris, 190; Faith Stroup, 195. MEN'S LEAGUES ATLAS w 1 V.F.W. 90 34 State Exchange 83 41 Lumberjacks 67 56t/~ Seems' 51 73 St. Theresa's 44~ 79~ Kissinger's 36 88 High Individuals, 3 games: Richard Diamond, 553; Sam Gillett, 534; Art Berg, 524. High Individuals. I game:' Sam Gillett. 222; Richard Dia- mond, 20~; !,arry MeKinnis, son, 522. High Individuals, I game: Verle Hedges, 203; Chester Brown, 202: Don Uzdill, 198. HERCULES w 1 Ute Theatre 79 45 Dr. Simon's 78 46 Speed Wash 69 55 Jensen's Texaco 6063Vs Jewell Co. Record2499 High Individuals, 3 games: Don Anderson, 553; Ralph Demaray, 518; LaVerne Hae gert, 495. High Individuals, l game: (Tie) Ralph Demaray and Don Anderson. 203: LaVerne Haegert. l.qO, 440 Relay: Shells Huntsinger, Susan Kier, Sarah Marr, Pat Cady, let, 63.5. 7th Grade Boys Pole Vault: Richard Willard 2nd. Shot Put: Mike Peteete. Is:. ~'5". High Jump: .Richard Willard. let, 4'3". Broad Jump: Ronnie Simon 18t, 12'8", 75 Yard Hurdles: Phillip Ess linger, let, 12.5. 75 Yard Dash: Ronnie Simon, let, 9.7; Mike Cortner, 2nd. 100 Yard Dash: Keith Roe, 1at,.12.75; Mike Cortner, 2nd. 220 Yard Dash: Keith Roe let, 30.1; Mike Peteete, 2nd. 440 Relay'. Keith Roe, Run nie Simon, Mike Cortner, Ar- den Mendenhall, 1st, 60.3. 8th Grade Boys Pole Vaalt: Rodney Hancock. [st, 8'3"; John Dewey, 2nd. Shot Put: David Badger, 1st. 40'9"; steven Dodd, 3rd. High Jump: Robert Wake- field, 1st, 4'8"; Steven Dodd, 2nd. Broad Jump: Brad Hansen, 1st, 14'6"; Wayne Coffman, 2nd; Bob Freeman, 3rd. 75 Yard Hurdles: Wayne Coffman, let, 11.7; Kirk Oat, 3rd. 75 Yard Dash'. Mike Simon, 1st, 9.1; Rodney Hancock, 2nd: Bob Freeman, 3rd. 100 Yard Dash: Mike Simon, let, II.7; David Badger, 3~d. 220 Yard Dash: John Dewey, let, 27.9; Brad Hansen, 3rd. 440 Yard Relay: Rodney Hancock, John Dewey, David Badger, Mike Simon, let. 55.3. The editor received a recent letter from Robert C. Turner, M. D. at 3460 N. E. 36th Ave- nue, Portland, Oregon. Bob asked that his best regards be extended to all the good people in Mankato. Dr. Turner is a specialist in internal medicine and has an exceptionally fine practice in the Oregon city. He and his family have many friends in this area, who are always happy to hear from him. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peter- son. who are moving to Junc- ition City, have sold their home on north High Street to Mi~es Frances and Sara McCune of Formoso, who will take pos- session May 15. Meh,in Blecha Re:,I l~:~lal~ lumdled the trans ,tction. Always Behind qt's easy to find (he stsml- ard of living you can afford, It's the one you were on before you last two rides,a - F.m APRICOT-COCONUT BALL This delicious confection may be served at an informal morning coffee or a formal afternoo, tea. Your guests will enjoy them any time of day. Be ure to use Griffin'e Fancy Shred Coconut . . . in the sew Super Moist vacuum pecked can. It stays fresh longer. I c. dried apricots, ground 2 c, Gri[fin's fancy shred coconut c. chopped pecan meats I can sweetened condensed milk Colored Griffin's fancy shred coconut Blend apricote, coconut and pecans together in a largo taxing bowl. Stir in condensed milk. Shape into small balls and roll in colored coconut. Let grand in air until firm, ) CONGRESSMAN 1st District, Kansas REPORTS from Washington, D. C.--Con- gressman Bob Dole has intro- duced a bill to raise the limita- tion upon the amount of out- side income which an individ- ual may earn while receiving Social Security benefits from the present ceiling of $1,500 annually to $3,600 annually. Thousands of Americans must deplete their savings, sell their homes, and rely on rela- tives and private organizations because the present Social Se- curity benefit and earnings limitations .relegate them to a near poverty level existence," according to the Congressman. "Increased maximum benefits voted in recent years, com- bined with the present maxi- mum earnings limitations, barely permit an individual to rise above the poverty level~ The high cost of living is here now, and those presently living on fixed incomes are having great difficulty waiting for the maximum benefits to be made available. "There are many instances where mdivlduals are able to work, waut to work and jobs are available to them," Dole continued, "but they must sharply curtail their working hours since possible earnings would exceed the unrealistic earning limitations. The pre- sent law tends to destroy the incentive through which this country has achieved its great strength and discourages many elder citizens who have valu: able skills which can contri- bute materially to the econo- mic well-being of this Nation. Certainly, these citizens should be encouraged, not frustrated, in the desire to use their full capabilities. "I urge prompt passage of this legislation to remove the existing inequities and dis- criminatory practices penaliz- ing those who are entitled to the benefits which they have earned after long years of con- tribution and sacrifice," Dole declared. "We continue to dis- cuss ways and means of im- proving the lot of our elder citizens. This is one of the best ways to help those who wish to help themselves." Dole Introduces Bill Amending The Service ,. Controct Act Congressman Kans.) has amending the Act of 1965 bill would tractors or Star from the Act. On July 1, 1967, contracts will be under the Act: Some contractors to pay the mined by the bet, which ble rate or that Common Union members), an average wage k any area or steW; "The lated by me employees are overume pay uP per week, wher~ tractors mus~ pay tar 40 hours of any "#-uay peri( words, for a $ mall contracwr~ quired to pay i per wee~ lllOe Common placmg :nail higher salary explained. wages paid alone, tractors would offer the lowest which law master to Dole's b.l threat of putting tract carriers and the resulting their families. Menkato Will Junior Legion Mankato will Legion Baseball summer. This sored by the Mankato will play Details will be later date. Don Uzdill, Eugene Clark coach the team. need new to buy 21 cost is $20.00. men have uniform and some making out This will give money to buy If you want to program, just check to the Legion Team Don Uzdill, Charles I~ameY. This club will and eligible to trict and sponsored by the glen. Prospects are strong team. I~ boys, who have ball before, members on 'year's cham will be ( glen team. If you are ing with Mankat0, of the coaches. II