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April 14, 1966

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April 14, 1966 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, M~O:~ ,I~ NSAS PAG~ 5A E. H. U. ~kato E.H.U. met Mar. :the Leta Dietz home. Mrs. Dietz called to order with and reading the creed With the help of little kindergarten boy, Pletcher, we saluted Roll call was 'How lengthy telephone The twelve members interesting answers for as: How about a ket- over; The baby in The Mister is call- for help; There's some- at door. I'll have to call back. Some now have automatic cut off at five minutes time. We all admit iPox. There will be a charge lthey decided about them. there are times when a chat i of 25 per person. All are Did you know that a handful I on the phone helps release } urged to take advantage of I of chestnuts in the bath tub tension, settle a question or this worthwhile and very might prevent a ring around i just generally make for a important project, the edge? That's one group's more pleasant day. Miss Lucy Wiley reported on the Co. Advisory Meet- ing. The Spring Tea will be Mar. 29 at 2 P.M. at the Ar- mory in Mankato. Our unit is to furnish cookies and set up tables and chairs. The District Meeting is to be May 2 in Beloit. There is to be a Testing Clinic in Man- kato under the charge of Dr. SchIotterback. This will be at the Armory Mar. 23 and 24 and will include Dipther- ia, Tetanus, Polio and Small Viola Bunch, Foreign Re- lations leader, told of the race situation in Australia where no negro or oriental is allowed to settle. Erma Thompson had the lesson on 'Communication Within the Family." There's interchange of thought, mass communication through ra- dio andTVwith wife,husband! and children. The group was divided into pairs and were told to talk on the subject of water and chestnuts for five minutes, then tell what! report. We also played what we used to call 'gossip' and found the final version far from the beginning one. It was a good lesson and enjoy- ed by all. The next meeting will be with Charlotte Pletcher. The lesson will be 'Creative Use of Leisure Time.' We welcome Maxine Fail as a new member. Because of the illness of the new Public Relations Chairman, Mrs. Jim Gunter, this report has been pre- pared by Mrs. Cecil Bunch Odessa E. H. C IIOW TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR ELECTRIC BILL! TURN OFF YOUR LIGHTS AND COME TO TIlE AT THE MANKATO ASSEMBLY OF CHURCH MAIN AND LINCOLN GOD Are you an 'A.M.'er' or a 'P.M.'er?' Nola Bess Atwood gave a very interesting les-! son Monday eveningon+ 'Communication within the Family.' She caught some of us napping when she gay( directions to follow. There were nine member~ present. We answered roll call by answering 'Why I being a Farmer's Wife.' i There was a wide variety of answers. After the lesson we made favors to be used at WITH EVANGELIST JOPLIN, MISSOURI District Superintendent of Kansas Dist- rict Council Assemblies of God. in Topeka First Assembly 28 years Former Youth and Sunday School Director VISITED BIBLE LANDS PROPHETIC AND EVANGELISTIC MINISTRY P 7:30 NIGHTLY EXCEPT SATURDAY Rev. George M. Bingham, Pastor ON BY +a local hospital or Nurs,ing Home. Meeting adjourned. The hostess served deli- cious refreshments. --Ruth Obert, P.R.C. Whitemound E. H. U. go to R~g~O~l were Barbara Saint Piano Solo; Lynn Spoofler, VocaI Solo; Char- lotte Borger, Demonstation. ---Sandra Saint, Reporter. White Rock Hustlers 4-H The regular monthly meet- ing of the Wllite Rock Hust- lers 4-H Club was held on March 14 in the Methodist Church. Roll call was answered by 'What career I hope to choose.' Terry Runyon gave a re- port on the council meeting. r exphined and dlscussed. Kansas State 4-H Chorus was discussed. We talked a- bout sending some 4-H'ers. We were reminded about Regional and County 4-H Day. Five people were appoint- ed to write articles to send in to the National 4-H Re- view. The meeting was adjourn- ed for refreshments. THANK YOU My sincere thanks to re- latives and friends for their Mary Stepp gave a dem- prayers, cards, gifts and onstration on the contentsI visits, and many acts of and use of a knitting basket. I kindness extended to me .Delihah Benjamin had mus-!during my recent illness. m appreciation. A safety talk was given by Mark Un- dcrwood. Tollof Everson gave parliamentary proced: ure on making a motion, Billy Runyon introduced a new game to us. Recreation: was led by Lynn Everson and Mary Anderson. Refreshments were Your thoughtfulness is deeply appreciated. May the Lord bless you. -- Mrs. Aura Kimbrough. Athena Junior Club The Athena Junior Wo- serve;d men's Club of Formosa held their regular meeting March council met in the Court House and the meeting was opened by singing some fun songs. The treasurer, Barbara Saint, Buffalo Valley, gave the treasurer's report for last year. The report was !Dunstan will be delegates. Mrs. Walter Hocker had the program on The Sound of M~sic.' She told of the first people to make music and how it steadily progressed to what we have today. Club was ad~urned by repeating the Junior Pledge. A showe~ was given after the meeting tar Mrs. Bernita Hocker, who was married recently. Club will meet April 14 with Mrs. Norman Dahl,] with Mrs. Eugene Dunstan as co-hostess. Wesleyan News St. Luke 22:44. "And be- ing in an agony he prayed more earnestly: and his sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling down to the ground." The date of the Jewell Co. Holiness Association Serv- ices has been changed to 'sin The disciples we~ too sleepy, To pray in a time like this; And Judas came into the garden, And betray- ed Christ with a kiss They brought Him be~ore Pilate, tte was condemned to die; They said, "He is a criminal', "He must be cxu- cified" They put the thorns upon His head, T~e nailed Him to the tree; He hung on that "Old RUgged Cross", He died for you and me. Two Mankato st Id ts, George Robert Dvmpsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dempsey, 221 S. Lincoln; and Kerry Kramer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T, Kra- mer, 512 E. Main will tour with the Philharmonic Choir of Kansas Wesleyan Univer- sity during spring Vki~ 1On, the first ten days of April, The college choristers will sing nine concerts in seven Thursday, April 7, because states beginning in Manhat- of the different Churches~ tan Friday, April 1. Their participating in their Good conductor Donald F. Ohlsen i Friday services. The Service joined the KWU faculty last will be at the Pilgrim Hall- year as chairman of the Di- Whitemound E. H. U. met at the home of Pearl Blatt- ner on March 17. Roll call was answered with an Irish ~ agree; That there was a gar- joke by 12 members. Lucille I den, That was called Geth- Frost gave the Advisory semane Jesus was a man Council Report, which was a of sorrows, With such a benefit to our club. The les- & SI A i heavy load to bear; Some- son was given by Nina times He would go out to Beam on "Communication that garden, And spend Within The Family". "Be much time in prayer That ness Church in Superior at vision of Fine Arts. 10:45 and 1:30, with a bask- The Choir will sing April et dinner at the noon hour. 2 in Warrentown, Mo.; April The Quarterly Business 3 in Carmel, Ind.; April 4 in Meeting will be Wednesday Kalamazoo, Mich.; April 5 each inch that your waist evening following Prayer in Kenosha, Wis.; April 5 in measured. This money was lMeeting. Chicago; on Good Friday in : Plans were made for going[ The Good Friday Service Dwight, Ill.; and April 9 in sent to the Penny Art Fund.[will be held at the Baptist Salem, Ill. Easter Day t~ to the State Convention in]Church from 1 o'clock until will present a pre-~ Lawrence on March 30, 31 [ two. program at 10:30 a.m. in Se- and April 1. Mrs. Geraldl The W.M.S. will hold the cond Presbyterian Church James and Mrs. Eugene regular Missionary service in St. Louis. The other pro- on Thursday, April 7, at the grams are in Methodist home of Mrs. Grace Burks churches. :' in Jewell. The annual tour and :a On the outside of Jerusa- concert during Fine Arts lem, All four Gospels do week, the first weekinMay, are highlights of the spring semester for the Kan~ Wesleyan Choir. ++ CA - - HA S I wish to thank ~.11 o(my friends and relatives for t~ Wise With Your Buys" on "Trends In Food" was given by Golden Blew and Merle Paxson. The Homemakers Council was given by Nina Beam. The Club ladies will serve an evening dinner to the Lions Club .the first Thursday in April. The guess box was guessed by Mable i Avison. A game was given Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop, Mrs. Ella Patterson of Courtland, Mr.:and Mrs. Floyd Dunstan of Russell, Mrs. Bessie Bell of Downs, and Mr. Leroy Moss of Be- I loit were Sunday visitors in the Carold Van Schoiack home. I E. H. U. The Highlanders E.H.U. met March 25 at the com- munity center with Mrs. Jay Gillett as hostess. The meet- 'ing opened with saying the flag salute and singing the club song. Roll call was an- swered by eight members i reciting a poem or a Bible 'verse we had memorized. i Mrs. Vaden Davis, Jr. gave :a report on the advisory I council meeting she attend- ed in the place of our regu- lar council member. Mrs. Marvin Epp gave a report from the K.E.H.C. News. We decided to have the wells in the community tested as a unit project. Also we will make the smocks for the Grey Ladies Ass'n. Mrs. Melvin Shipley was e- lected as Treasurer for the rest of this year. Mrs. Mar- vin Epp gave a very inter- esting lesson on Communi- cation Within the Family. We planned a roller skating party for April 23 at Downs. This will be our April Fam- ily Party. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments served by the hostess. --Mrs. Jay Gillett, P.R,C. burden was so heavy, He had such agony within; His sweat was like great drops of blood, And all because of : III II WITH T][IE' GAS THAT WON THE WEST WASH JOB Reg. Price $2.00 LUBE JOB, reg. price $1;25 SPECIAL Fill - SAT WITH 10 GALS. OF GAS $3.25 FOR TI4E EDUCATIONAL AND' ENTERTAINING/ LOOK FOR. IT IN THIS PAPER./" Meeting On March 5 the Buffalo 4-H Club took their i model meeting to Mankato for County 4-H Day. We were fortunate to receive a purple on it which enabled us to go to Regional 4-H !Day. Regional 4-H Day was held at Beloit on March 12. We would like to thank . members, leaders and rents who helped us get ice I II The State Exchange Bank, Mankato, Kansas was established in 1887, for the purpose of making loans. It is not our purpose to encourage needless borrowing, but to serve a genuine need. When +you want to borrow, talk it over with us.+ g08I u! paqsilq lsa SUA mapu v aellliN "S 'fl +q& cards, gifts and calls while in the hospital and since re* : : turning home. ---Mrs. Clarence Meeker,i i I +; )ur meeting ready for this event. The members who had entries at County 4-H Days were: Charlotte Borger, Sen- ior Demonstrations; Barbara Saint, Joanne McCollough and Becky Oplinger, Instru- mental Solos; Sandra Saint, Junior Demonstration; Alan and Lynn Spooner, Boy's Public Speaking; Lynn Spooner and Wanda Opling- ATTENTION FARMERSI The 'rime is here for Aerial Spraying of + or NODDING THISTLE i There are 9000 newly infested acres in Jewel! Co. aver last year PLEASE GET YOUR MAPS DRAWN++ON: YOUR PASTURES & FIELDS BEFORE RUSH ON AERIAL SPRAYING CONTACT CROP CARE, who has been aerial applicator in Jewell County for 10 Contact Mankato Feed & Seed for Crop , erviee and your mapping and booking as )ossible for MUSK THISTLE. kdditional information on Musk or Thistle, READ Page 4 in April 2nd issue of sas Farmer. MANKATO FEED & SEED for CROP CARE, Lee Corviss, FR 8-3381 : Pi 1963 CHEV. 4 speed, 6 cyl long', wide 1961 CttEV. 4 speed, 6 cyl long, wide 1960 CHEV. 3 speed, V-8, short side 1965 CHEV. 4 speed, Big 6, Long Narrow 1958 IIIC 4 speed, short narrow 4 i ;+ + i Real Nice Chev. Step Van Camper er, Vocal Solos. + Those who were able to, " m III I