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i~ . ~: ~i~I i ~, ~!~ ~ ,Th! ty, April 14, 1966 SeWell County Record, Mankato, Kansas IB . I i,! !.~= ~ I ii I a ~ / ,~ ,*, i i I I II I I II I I,lii fl i ]~ F.W. BOYD, JR Editor the Record office with sacks: there trying to stock up on ed spots on the leaves of Bartlesville, Okla !! Mrs. Frank Boyd, Associate Angela Meyer, Brenda Hunt- groceries for Sunday. * * apple and hawthorn trees Miss Alice Ferguson ac- Editor singer, Mike Peteete, Tim Will see you again Thursday have horn-like projections companied her brother, Mr. "Any good thing that I Dodd, Camilla Meyer, Curtis or Saturday * * on the underside of the John Ferguson, and Mrs. can do, or any kindness that Ernst, Grant Hodges, Audie -- leaves. These projections Ferguson, to church Easter ,I can show to any human Neeper, Roger Neilson, Carl Before Saturday Night produce spores that are Sunday morning and attend- being, let me do it now and Hesser, Phillip Esslinger, Garry Keeler was here on blown to cedars There they ed a family dinner in their m~Nm-~w-~,~.g bp iv, not defer it for I shall not Jane Garlock and Wayne Wednesday to attend an start woody galls which home, KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. pass this way again." Coffman. * * F. C. Fenner FFA program in Jewell grow to marble or golf ball Mr. Dean Barrett of :i 701 Jackaon, Topek K,a 66603 of Jewell stopped at the countv - Garry will gradu- size Jamestown called Sunday[ ~ . , becona tAass rostage raid . ~" " " vlanKa[o Record office to pay his sub- ate from Kansas State Uni- The galls are greenish- afternoon on his mother,[ a[ me rust UIIIC% P/Inn- . i - ~ATIONAL [DITt~IMI! l~t,~ Iz~.~.~ scr]ptmn, and he wanted to vermty this spring and h0s brown in color and developl Mrs. Mmme Barrett [ FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY I.o~:'I~ "'~." :":"' .7 :~ know if I was starting Main been employed to come to indentations similar to thosel Ice cream and cake were[ APRIL 15, 16 17 A ~ /I ~ ~UDSCrlp[Ions " ' - " I " ~ " " ' : . Street, so it was a good ex Jewell county as an assls on golf balls When mature served at supper time Sun Start' 1 ' $3.00 per year m Jewell cuse for me to start. * *itant to Walter Campbell in in the spring they producelday in celebration of Mr.~ ng at 7.30 p. m. " County ano surrounolng, Went to the R-K Shopper] the FHA program. * * Mrs [ the orange jelly masses [Vilas Freeman s birthday. I STRIPPED OF I=VERYTHING- "? Jewoll County Record counties (Smlth, Osborne, i first. - I would not attempt [ Mike Caldwell of Guide] While this disease wilt/ Rev. Paul Life, Pastor of/ "l'Hl:y LIVFD AND 1OVPD AND FOUGI4~ Mankato, Kansas 66956 M tcn.en, ~loud/ Kepubhc ] to name all the folks there. [ Rock stopped at the Record ] probably never kill a cedar [ the Mankato and Jewell Ev- [ ~~-~~----~,-~ COUE[leS m l~ansas, an d - I did have a visit with Mr. [ office Monday, and told us [ tree, it causes them to be[angelical United Brethren i AS IF TH[Rl= W[R[ NO TOMORROWo,~ r~ucKol~s and ,weoster coun-[ and Mrs Wm Peugh andJabout the Mother-Daughter[ unthrifty and they won t dolChurches, held the Easter[ I/~Llllkl IAlaVIKII', IflBl~ I'~l l~l ~ 4L " ' K " " " " " " The Newspaper of Jewell tlesln r~eoras ,a. . I those attrachve daughters,[Banquet whmh will be held[quite as well as they should, iservlce here April 10. Mrs.[ O%t1-11~1 V ~L/INll~! I~II~ll~ II~l~~ iuounty" ~4.oo a year eisewnere Tammy and Susan of Dodge[at the Northbranch Church Spraying is usually the[Life came with him and[ PATI I IA KI[A[ ," Subscribers are asked to City four and three years[- The Northbranch Church most l~ractical way to con- played the piano. [lllll~ ~'''~' "- r~ -,*.~ i~Lp~L ~: " : " notify this office at once old. - They were accompan- [is sponsoring the banquet[ trol this disease. However, ~ [ ~ [!i~ ~~ ' THE BOYD FAMILY when they have a change of led by their doting grand- [ this year. * * Ed Caselman [ if you only have a few trees [ Brownie Troop 26 ] ~~!ill~~ ~ Ownero and Publishers address I mother, Mrs. Lester Broyles. of Beloit called Thursday. - I that are lightly affected the I -- I :. " I Also met Mrs Don~alMr- Caselman is visitinglgalls may be cut off before [ Anril 4, Brownie Troon 26I ~~ I~ ~:.~~~ ", =~Broyles of Kansas City.~'~-[with his daughter, Mrs. [ they release the.spores Iplayed an Easter ga~rne.[~i~,~ll~.~ I i IAma~m ii $1 aq-qwP~ IllWes and Pat Hedden were,W.enne~m Nelson and tamily.[ bomeaux, mlx[ure appueolGayle Anderson served re-I [4~~:~i!} ~'~ /-" I ~ NI Illtll II-/Y / I~ Alll" I~ ! ] visiting with A. L. Hale andI- Mr. uaselman.sald he usedl in April or just as.the horns ! freshments. The Brownies I ~iiii ~-~ ~~~ I I IV|Illl- L/ ~1 II~//l-II i l Charley Ramev grandfather[t haul newsprint from Be-[on the galls are visible, but repeated the Pledge of Alle-, l~l[~~i ~'~. I ~' loit to Mankato to thi~ of-[before they start to swell lance and the Brownie Pro I FOR HOME FOLKS land father of Mrs. Itedden. -[ g . . - ~ ~/:~i~ ~l~ ~ ~~ nce Mrs Kenneth Ma~ has ,tven nod control Fer ~ Th Brownl " A ~ I [ They had come after their I ' ' ~g [ ~ g g - m se e es wrote [ ~ :~ ~lF~ I~[~ll~ I lldaughter, Jane Ann, wholwr te a note to me speak-[barn or zineb at 2 table-thank you letters to Mr.[ ~ll~l~,~~~:~~~ lng of the Lincoln Park near s nuns er allon of water, had visited with her grand-[ I'P " P g Westin, Mrs. Roe, and the IV We would like to have [ parents, Mr. and Mrs. [ Cawker C!ty; - Mrs. Maag i sprayed on cedars once in Junior Clio Club. The Junior! - -- ~l~~ someone invent a car which ] * . [Charles Ramey, for the past I a lesnehna ) ear.d Ilelen [July and once m UgtrSt] l}as Clio Club purchased a [ . "lr ltl had'brakes that would get IUI~In ~Tr~II" few weeks. - Found the old poe m a tent[neen errecuve n co t or Brownie Flag for the trooP. I ~/I ~ I~{; 1 l[ItlLllll~ ; a ^. ~ I,lIQIII I#l~l~,~, Ik former Kier crew busv in at lviankato Chautauqua, [ the next year. Each Brownie made an East- [ ~il ~~ I~lllA ,~,~ u~,v,~ ~u.w~ u~ [ [the ~rocerv and mea(de-Iand had heard Booker T.t When wettable powders er bunny salad from a Dear.I l~[[[~l ~[J~~' ~t~. ~npa~atw~ A lady i-snawoman who[ Well, Ye Scribe is backlpartments:]3obMurphy, Vir-[Wash!ngt n speak at the[are used it helps to add a Jacklyn'Le0nard was t~irth-[ ~~'~ ~HA~UU~~ causes aman to act like a[again on Mankato Main!ginia Lang.e, Bob Goodeyon, lL!nc m rark . Chautauqua [teaspoon of household de- day Queen. There will be no[ |NH~~'XTXL~ Jill ,; l~ ~.~ i c,~,~ a io~ land Rav t~ean howell, and/w~t~u t.u~uL~uqua~ were [oF/[ergen[ pet gabon ut ~pzay Brownie meeting April Ill~ ~'?'~"~""~"'-MAB- [ Bu'tsometh~in;~'is~missi%]":" i l A. L. Hale Charley Ramey, [notch entertainment. * * [to serve as a spreader, because of no school. ~i[~I' DANA ~DHI~! Why say "'~Ioney talks"? 1Imiss many old friends here' Jack Bradriek and Margaret[ ~ [SAFE USE OF ~ I ~HRHiiW' i:flmlll ," ~ ~':':'~"~:~':~':"~:~:vn:~' TICIDES ,- r. ,~Uer,~.r,~--~ ---. m~m~lmm can t think of anything that i- I have heard that you lBennett in the drug depart-i~~!~i i~:~i~l~Nii~[PES, &l ./ / T.r is as dumb as an idle dollar. I"Can't teach an old dog new [ment. - I went to the base-[~~~i}~i~ii I t~very year new cnemicms NnrTnnr.~ntn ur mc rmca~ bibllUN rlt;IUrii:: TUU -MAN [triek~ " - Whi/o I wn~ o,~Iment to see the new cloth- I~~!~ii~i~N~::~N~ lare cooed to me list [or con- nIVltllI~l~ll~il IAlil I I~ldglff ~I~E - "'"'-- en k ~'~-~m lng" department, and found trolting insects, weeds and ew iLL LILII ~]11.1 --hogan t~opper : , 'We are getting old wh [the past few wee s, so e-t Edith Folger ] it tal~es us longer to eet lone chaneed thines - In- Lanny Dick and Betty Tyr-! l uiseases ot plants and ani- rested than it took us to get [stead of tl e merchants stay-[ ell. - Mrs. Keith Halstead[ [mals. These pesticides are Visitors at church Sunday here Pastors of local[ with her parents bred. -MAB- penn2atu[adyiYngniogh~ Mn:ryda~sg'tt~t~ithC~dydi~ liii:unsheedwlPf!l llY :bti Y J~i~m~ty2a~n~d~::i2! M:&d ch~ches:dad~h!~t~:t iell[~i!tle!!~2 Russian Proverbs [on Thursdays. : For sornelwho, with his family, were[ [," - .', . ". . Barnett plan to attend Pas- . . . ~i -w.; : a ~/~,~n that fact was missed lhere visiting, from Manhat-I Iticioe can make sure mey cniloren, all ot wicnita [t~r~ Allinne~ ~t lih~rM tscn (n in ~vtanl~ato~ : to a stupid question "- me and Thursday was[tan. - The oldest son, Butch i : Jii::ii ]are applied properly. Since Max Hawkins and daughter, Kansas ihisweek -' She was marri Juty Straddle two horses, and/gone. - As I mentioned, iSmith, is on tour with the[ this true, ,t lmpo. ant Lou Ann, of .Kansas City21 Ronald Dillon and a 1.935, to Arno C: Be e ' "~,i ~ I 1,;,~ I ~ "~t't%~."~ ~w-'3",~o "~ |'- ~lthat me user or pesticides Mr ann Mrs. t~laon rugn &l fr;,~n,~ G]~ n Pnlkorqon roruano, ure. son or ou u mti m me muu I can t teacn an om oogl e . ' . Y " [,[ take the necessary t me to two children of Bellevllle &t- . ham and Elsm Be A fortune is not always new tricks . - I am not a Wesleyan Umvers ty, tour-[CEDAR-APPLE RUST from Friends Um erslty at[ :, a friend; but a friend is al- dog, and I am not old, just ing a number of northern[ Cedar-apple rust a fungus [study me op memo soAt a wes ustrom &, Wichita visited Ron's par-l t e stn : Arn [too states Otlie Red er anfll I, s " [Dillon " o -, r ways a fortune, older (all of you are older, - g disease which affects cedar . . .ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter . s, the label carefully and fol The Balt s were VlSmn Ore, Dallas, Tex, Sa~ l At the bottom of the wine so I am not alone). - I Lena Monbeck were visit-lannle and hawthorn trees al-~ Y g Friday and Saturday " ~ .? ;~ tch " " " " ' " ' " " "" ' fever for a year ,s. to ca lout of nlaces of business IBall just turnmg the key and ] ~,iL.I IVlll||~fK (~ Mrs. Reeve Hawkins. I The Eldon Page family wood 'C'ti~ff and hold the first three nail- ollectin nickels for Easter Mrs Leotis Gates and Betty I;" Y ", I w The Womens' Missionary and their daughter, Carolyn, I ', ' ;: ' . c g . . ileaves ot apple or nawmorn . . L . . . mange atea In nerl eggs they had collected at trees where large spots with[ Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 [. ]m the early mormng I stoneL of the spring. Frlnk were gone. Ear-. Society plans to meet w th and Wes Ostrom and son l I,~. hun+ at the Cit"lner in me nay I nab oeenl. . -- ~. In ~n. '~.na A.na~-A "~.aa Mrs. walter L)UIOFIlnuia-/ v~ait~u L~UUU ~ pa~2ut~, xvx~. |,t: ~n.~ h 9? 1Q~ ~ . u,~ o~ ~ y,orown centers and .ormz~ ~x. ~ ,~.vu--~.vu oam vu-,~ ~ u, ~. MrsJ ~lblmrve Arasmtth of [ p.rU - ~omo nf tht~ rhildron [ at Boogaart s but d~d not ] [ R-nn 9 M day, Aim! 14, at 2.00 p.m. t and Mrs. Harold Pugh h 7~ na: n v. :,u,v~, .~a~.~a ot~ p.v--- r ' -'"" Jewel was m Mankato o have m notebook and en- . Our State W. C. T. U. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Te- ] 1 [had found many a few had Y P [duced. Brown blotches are [ Mrs. Marmn LaRue called ,a,~.~, ur ~; ~oa ~o~o~ I~;u ,dn.~ o n ~ North Hollyw o i ' weanesoay u o w,0 usne~,~ . [none--but all se~med happy, cal. - I know there was a produced on the frmt. ]Tuesday afternoon on Mrs ^T v ~o.o[,- a . ~.[ Besides her~ ' ' ' " Callln Oil 1 I1~ I ~vxl vt ,r'xzt, uzx, zxaxta~o ~Jta~a ,~ ~Ly~a~ vv c~= ~azx~to ~t zt~t ' , W~S lt~l!~ . g [ - The following stopped at crowdof hungry peoplel In the summer the dlseas- [Mattle Sm;th. ' u^ [ r W~ *h [ daughter of ~e h D ~ nnm sen ~ ] LU L)U IIUII~ IUI ~:l O O, 111 lllI=:l:~L- ~l :tllU[O l t2~ t~, L I:~ !I :iIUI%I v arus tie g Mr Me er Miles of Jewell ". Madge leaves to, ] [[~l ~ : ~ I ] I J "Y . mg with the local Union on[Pughs m the afternoon [- -, ~ :~' DOUBLEDIVIDEND: Elegance by Caprice. Price by Chevrolet. i:--k - i l L ~ i Della Myerly, Mr. and Mrs: ~ngr T ,g, ;,~,~ n~, Iuck/,MADG~ iBask]ns and fami!~;~" I i [ ~ -"~ I E. S. Rothchfld, and Mrs. supper is planned for Thurs-[ Zella Madeline "Madge"l;? s ' I~ans.; f~.~e~.~a i :,1t I I I d I Church. come It is at the church/was the granddaughter of k, au t. JJ~" ' " Y Y - ' " ' " " Calif" an n' : ] [ I [ t I c~M(cr A Smc~laCtn~:dw~h~S~ ba]teem?nBrook of the Chris-/~ery Pj neer(SFryJae;b B:~d]~ii)~f~! I ,~ ~ I I I,II 7 / "4 ,~ " I ~ tian church at Burr Oak|ins and Thomas and Aman- tires an~ fr'::~:~~ !~i: I [ ~ I : ~ I I [IL~t~"/ "-~'ql I " ~ ~ I on ~nUeSaaY.KalnVlsr:s ~DenCK brought usa good messageldaJanette(Longacre) Brady. The fune;;~:~ I I I I i I tte aea a . g at the Good Friday service, Madge lived as a childi,x~ ~ ~.~, ~~ ~ I SURROU "YOURSELF WITH MUSIC I I AUTOMATIC HEATING, COOLING i I SELECTYOUR DRIVING POSITION I Home Association mee tmg. --" . - . ' Four memoers of the " ,Add AM/FM MulUplex Stereo radio. L,ke I I m, oisture from ] I Tflt-telescop,c steer, ng wheel, you can [ Womens Missionar Union i i ! ;unm d 'rm0rud;:'itc in:aSt;tJ e ::rrm:: t" J an:d~a~:girs/SufTa~tl~esI:t~ er] New rind-and-mix ' ~' Class of the First Baptist -, = u Church in Mankato called dsg pl ks or~ us Saturday forenoon, en uessw0tk, ugslea : They sang many hymns of Cortner Ur choice.at theWithpiano,Mrs" JOhnMrs. -" that steal hog profits ~'~" Linda Millstead closed the service by singing "WhyN k~.-~.~ C stly--and~:' Should He Love Me So?" I The others present were To find out how tMs )r~gram works, sary-in Mrs. Mary Gunter, Mrs. please read on: consum Gary Hesket, Carol Sue 7~ 3. Now Cortner and Drusilla Taylor. third leak: : EIGHT FEATURES NOW STANDARD We wish to express our ap- Dean o[ the I'rofcssional Advisors mix pro .IB0 WITH SPORTS-CAR FLAIR ASK FOR TURBO-JET V8 POWER FOR YOUR ADDED SAFETY, including preciation of their visit and mendations Order Strato-bucket seats with smart cen- There's up to 427 cubic inches of quiet seat belts front pnd rear. padded instru- to thank them for the fruit grain to ter console in Caprice Custom Coupe, or authority on order for leveling steep grades rnent panel, padded sun visors, outside and the delicious home made Tom Staley different ' add Strato-back seat with center armrest. --with plenty of reserve for safe passin0, mirror (use it always before passing), cookies. Never have I seen a new pro- 2. Th e s e c 0 n d I ea k we These ratic~' Mr. Vilas Freeman cele- gram received so eagerly, found was the result of average brated his birthday Sunday Feeders tore out our first an- stretching one concentrate to across the . and was the guest of honor nouncement of this program, meet the needs of all phases fessional at a dinner in the home of took it to their Professional of swine production. We points s his sister, Mrs. Newetl Ax- Dealer and said, "I want to found there are four distinct every ! tell, and Mr. Axtell. He re- put my hogs on this new phases. One is the breeding bination. ceived some nice gifts, program!" herd. And there are three the most N0. 1 ~S " N0 " 1 CA~ ] ' ": Mr. Frank Jaske of Jewell These feeders knew that it phases from birth to market, mixing Now at your Chevrolet dealer's was a Tuesday morning vis- was backed by two years of industry. It . :-I-. I ---- itor of Mr. Harry Wilbeck/ testing. They knew that our As a pig gets bigger, his handsof Mrs. Arden Vestal and research group had uncov- need for protein declines, but Chris Aaron called i~ the ered three vital areas where his need for vitamins and Home, Wednesday after- profit leaks commonly occur, minerals does not decline at the same rate. A 50-lb. pig noon 1. The first big leak our needs about 16% protein, Miss Teresa Graham visit- research people found inwhereas a 200-lb. pig needs ed her grandfather, Mr. swine grind-and-mix feeding only about 12%. When you ' lCaprlceCustomCouae. Charles Graham, Saturday. programs was the use of pro- start with a standard 35% Other calters, later in the tein concentrates that were protein supplemenLyou cut PROFE grad buye all in one place at your Chevrolet dealer's: Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy 11. C0rvalr Corvette afternoon, were Donna Sea- originally intended to be fed the protein by addingyou more ~~ mans of Burr Oak, Arleta free choice. Every pork pro- grain. But when do this -t- Seamans of Emporia, Mr. ducer knows that a concen-you also cut the vitamins and ' and Mrs. J. CliffordW ard trate to be fed free choice minerals. This is why a pro- . and Mrs. Alice Ward of must contain certain ingre-gram based on only one con- ~ Kansas City, Kans Elaine dients to regulate consump- centrate cannot possibly be Seamans of Cimarron, completely from