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14, 1966 'JEWELL COUNTY.RECORD, IKANSAS ue ioowuna": '" - Ranch Bowl ,1 (Games Through" Friday, April 8) Hercules w l ',N'S LEAGUES 180. Jewell Co. Co-op 8836 Wagner Drug 78 46 MEN' A--- ES Farm Bureau Ins. 691/~ 54 Cuff C w 1 [tills Const. 64 60 70 50 A- as Speed Wash 86 Coca Cola 35 89 68 51 w 1 Ind. Highs, Three Games: Hands 67 53 i State Exchange 75 53 Nyla Berg, 508; Joyce Brad- . rs 611/2 581~ Jerrys Standard 70 58 rick, 497; Bulah Folsom, 455 rushers 57 63 IV. F.W. 69 59 Ind. Highs, Single Game: )a St. Bank 36 84 l Lumberjacks 65 63 Joyce Bradrick, 201; Nyla d. Highs,Three Games:lSeems 56 72 Berg, 177; Bulah Folsom, a Roach, 477; VirginiaI St. Theresa's 49 79 175. ttmeier, 459; Twila Mor-I Ind. Highs, Three Games: u.~3~Iighs, Single Game: Lyle Rightmeier, 547; Sam~10 Gillett, 544; Art Berg, 533. * iaia Rightmeier, 193;] Ind. Highs, Single Game: nla ERoach, 188; Alma Gar-I Jack Morris, 212; Sam Gil- /180. lett, 211; Lyle Rightmeier,Mrs. Lovona Bartley : Classical 1205. Tammy Rose placed 9th and Scott Simmelink 10th in ; w I Redstone,the County Spelling Contest Shopper 98 26 w 1 Tuesday, representing the so Merch.67 56 Ranch Bowl 80~ 47~ Iortia 2nd Grade Miss Vera m Chev. 64~ 59~/2 Waugh Oil & Gas 70 58 Marietta is their instructor. Bowl 61 63 L & B Electric 68~,~ 59 Our congratulations to Tam- Co. Record 47 77 Kramer's 58 70 my and Scott rt's 34 90 Boogaart's 54 74 Ionia Garden Club met on Highs, Three Games:Swope's 53 75 Uzdill, 503; Colleen Ind. Highs, Three Games: 485; Faith Stroup, Don Fogo, 537; Byron Rog- ers, 533; Don Koester, 521 Swope's 53 75 Tuesday afternoon at the Ind. I- ee Lmc home of Mrs. Kenneth Maag Don Fo~ ~yr,Re with six members present ors, 533 est 51 Mrs. Helen Colson is a new Highs, Single Game: Ind. Highs, SingleGame! member Roll call was on .~n Kramer, 201; Col- Byron Rogers, 213; Geraia"Signs For Planting'. Flow- ehrling, 185;Helen Ault, 207; Don Koester, 203. er Sisters names were re- 177 vealed and new ones drawn Astronaut for the coming year. Sybil Tuesday Six w 1 Finch won the guess box. - w 1 Knights of Col 891~ 38 Lesson leader Lena Ahlvers s "l's Im-le" 64 64 had the lesson on "Spring rouse 4/ r ewei p . ,r 64 64 ann bummer t~ulos LOtS OI .r Station 70 58 Hale D ug l " ,~ ~ ~ ~ D r~ vh,~ inn 611A66t/ gooo lnrormauon was pass- . u-up vu /. 72 ~ll-Mitchell 59 68 Railriders 54 74 ed on to, club members. A ,r ~. ~AI/~tz ~ o Le~ion 51 77 scramoleu word game was ~-;~n~r~d ;~Tz~;z2 "~'In-cl. Hi ghs, Three Games: .enjoyed. Refreshments .of ~. Highs, Three Games: Merwin Peterson, 551; New- ice cream, omsms, COOKies ~,~,~o a~A. =~;~ ,m Alexander 538; Tom ana coffee were servea. . rth Di z R rt lp 522; Barbara Junk- Cavanaugh, 529. lvia a et,epo or. ~98. Ind. Highs, Single Game: Miss Vera Marietta visit- :L Highs, Single Game: Warren Nobel, 215; Newell ed Mr. and Mrs. Allie Tuck- Sanders, 204; Joyce Alexander, 203; Ralph er of Red Cloud a week ago rick, 194; Faith Stroup, Seems, 202. Sunday. Sharon Burger, a K. U. Midas student, and Charles Wright Pride Nighters w 1 of Topeka were visitors last Y w I Hedges Conoco 8516 421~ week of Mr. and Mrs. Jen- 1 Co. Co-op 8535 36-66 Service 72 52 nings Burger and Charlotte. er Drug 76 44 R-K Shopper 63~ 64 Athens was the scene of Bureau Ins 681A 51 Citizens State 59 64 a Track Play Day" Thurs- Const " 60i~ 59 Jewell Co. Co-op 531/~ 741~ day afternOOn with the fol- Wasi~ 37'- 83" First National 42 78 lowing schools attending: Cola 33 87 Ind. Highs, Three Games: Scottsville, Valley View, Highs, Three Games: Lyle Rightmeier, 587; Chris- Solomon Rapids, Athens and ra Junker, 500; Nylasie Ahrens, 566; Don Uzdill, Ionia, with events for both 464; Vera Seirer, 447. 544. boys and girls. Ionia won Highs, Single Game:Ind. Highs, Single Game: 1st place, Scottsville 2nd, Junker, 191; Opal Dale Switzer, 216; Lyle Solomon Rapids 3rd, Athens 182; Icel Haegert,Rightmeier, 213;Ed Sapp, 4th, and Valley View 5th. A GAS PAIlO (=RILL " . ~L ' ' l } OUCHE~ CORONLq" i MOO G~7 CHARMGLOW BY MACHINE" BY ARKUI BY BRUES/ NOD. 66 2000 HAVE MOBE FUN, BIGHT IN YOUR OWN BACK YABD Backyard barbecues night-time patio parties outdoor living takes on a totally new look with Gas Lights and a Gas Patio Grill. Right now, you can buy both at low prices extra easy terms! Choose any one of four ./L. $|00 PER MONTH Gas lights $54.50 plus tax~ B (PER LIGHT) OMB NATION OFFER Your choice of one Gas light plus a Charmglow Gas patio grill Gas Lights lend new charm to your home . . . protect against accidents . . help discourage prowlers. A Gas Patio Grill gives you wonderful "out- door" flavor without the fuss, mess or bother of charcoal. This offer is good for a limited time only[ The sooner you order, the better! $129.00 plus tax ;7 PER MONTH IALL PRICES INCLUDE NORMAL INSTALLATION WITH UP TO 50 FT. OF PIPE RUN. Pa Charmglow Mod. JAK Gas grill alone $84.50 PER MO. I See any Company 8 employee ' " office - or visit our THE " i /merits added ta your Gas bill. NOTHING DOWN NO NO CARRYING CHARGES CE CO. nice time was had by those [ [ were Easter dinner guests of I'Rarah Jar~ Ru~. ~ II'-~ ' -- nin attending and the weatherI l Mr. and,Mrs .Rex Hen g'lRoll call' was answe was ideal for the track ath-[ [sen, t.may ana~lay . l"A Place 1 Would Lilac letes. Mr. Carl Westin, Co [ ] Mr. ann lvlrs oto] Visit". Terry Seirer bat1 a Supt presented the trophies./ ISh emaker, Cur iSnianav?U 'l project talk about knit|t Stitch and Chatter Club[ [were Sunday e e g -Iwe bad a demonstratiot' ~' ors at the Rex Henningsen[ Rebecca Smith on howI to met Thursday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Feddelfriend, and Gene Stites, all l the home of Mrs. Gordon and Linda of Shawnee and[ of Salina, Mrs. Delores Sum- ] home; [ measure ingredients a~ur- ~mna tnomas ann r~atny Alcorn. I Dr. and Mrs. Roger Fedde, I mers of Kendall, Kans Mr. I I ately. For music apprecm- Ionia School was dismiss- ] Cynthia and Bruce, of Man- I and Mrs. Phillip Benoit, Tim I van wey are ootll fll Wlthl lion Sarah Russell talked ed Friday afternOOn for a I hattan spent the weekend land Julie, of Burr Oak, andI the mmnps. Mrs. Keith VanI about Ludwig Beethovem short Easter vacation. Class- I with their parents Mr. and ] Mrs. Helen Stites. I w ey, oger ano r eny, navel She also played a piano s01o also oeen.recent mumps vie- for us. A. C. Fall and Diedra es resumed Monday. Mrs Ben Fedde. g,ndav dmn~r ouests of t~ms Cleha and Nyla Thom-] Rlocha were admitted int~ Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz Mr. and Mrs. Veryl DietzI '-nn-d'Mr l hn Ahlver l " " - heir and Shern were Thursday and Danny and Mr and Mrs I nod lndv w~re Mr and ] as are staying wttta t I . the club. Helen Russell set'v- . : Mrs grandparents Mr and Mrs s cocoa and cake - evening visitors of Mr. and Leon Shrum and David were ~ r~; a r~ ~[ I,cu u . . . [ andYMrs.V Leon Shrum~' and[* Albert Van Wey. 4-H Club Day Entries Mrs Glenn Bartlev and Gall. weekend vlmtors of Mr and We received a nice show-I Mrs. John Ahlvers and JudY. l David Mr. and Mrs Rollal ~ Mr. and Mrs. BufordI The Mankato Eager Beav- er Thursda night and are Easter guests of Mr and ni~t~'nnd glhorri Ra~-'~ IR~r IiucKer anu Connie spent . . Y . I " - I ers had the following entries Easter in Topeka with Mr his "ear'- C"un~'" 4 H nopmg tor a good general lWWS. Koy van wey were:ltha Dietz, Mr and Mrs land Mrs Leon Falk and rain soon Connie and Terry Van weylt n; ~ nn,~ h nndl . " tAUD t~ay: t family. They plan to return Jerry Rose of Omaha and Jerry Wi!son of Belle-l lr" and Mrs. Larry Ahlvers [home today (Monday) [ oscar warner, lnustratea weekend Vllle, Ivlr ann ivlrs nun Laa- sp.ent the. Easter ina ann'" family "of Beloit, Jand girls, d[{ Mr. and"Mrs. Carl l~eeker talk. ~- ~irt2 AhAS$~3;etS, Mr and y[c~ 2yyll Finchia2d I MEas rgu StrStlOf aMn ni l[ guests f LawrenCeof Mr. andWereMrs. EasterAdam [I speaking.Dalene Warner, public Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kos- Ja' '.ie were Lester Barnett, Mr. and [ Rose and visited with Jerry I Max Smith, clarinet solo. ter, Jr of Kansas City spent ' I Mrs. Roger Gregg, Theron I Rose and Mr and Mrs Carole Ozmun, vocal solo. the weekend at the home of . Easter guests of Mr. andI and Thadean, Glenn Bartley, I " " [ Henry Koster, Jr their parents, Mr. and Mrs. l.virs, l~.enneth Maag were I jr.' of Manhattan, MargeryI Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose Mr. and Mrs. J. B. "B .~" lvlr ann Mrs u.iarence wmag, Henry Koster of Cawker and I Brent of Alton, and Mr. and [ were Sunday afternoon call- [ Canfield and three childr~, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Duane SpatzlMrs" Darrell Thayer of Sup-I Mrs. Bertha Dietz spent and family, Mr. and Mrs. lerior" It was also a get-Iors at the Adam Rose home. James 10, Donald 7, and several days last wee c at [ I Mr. and Mrs. Cart Meeker, Jeanne 4 visited Monda~,in the home of her sister, Mrs. [ Gertie Countryman. I 1 several days last week at Max Bowman and family, together in honor of Theron - r nce,Mrs. Audrey Abram and Mr. Mankato with relatives and the hm of s ;ter, V :orem.r. ann mrs. e Gregg s 5th bir day and Mrs Adam Rose were friends. "Bud" was the Rock Gertie ',ounl cma . Mr and Mrs ~arney ~Jass : ~ Sunday evemng visitors of Island depot agent m Man- Glenn Bartley, Jr of mr. and mrs. DoYle Rem- or WlCmta were aunuay at- Mr and Mrs Clarence kate for three years They Manhattan spent :the Easter us, Anita and Loren, were ternoon callers of Mr and in 1959. ,rh,r,a L weekend With his parents, r-aster guests or lvir. anti Mrs. Jennmgs. Burger. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hosting fields live in Des Metrics, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley Mrs. tester Colson. Ed Fedde is a patient at and family were Sundav "Bud" has a fine osition and Gaff. Bur er and Charlotte and t~eiolt Mr. and Mrs. John Ahl- Mr. and Mrs. Jennings the Community Hospital in supper guests of Mr. an~i with the Rock Island. He is g Mrs. Floyd Simmelink and the assistant superintendeWt vers drove to Salina on Mrs. Thelma Hauptli and Mr. and Mrs Rex Hen- boys. of station activities ifor the Wednesday afternoon to boys were Easter guests of ningsen and family ~ isited Rock Island and covers 14 bring their daughter, Judy, a Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Slate Mr. and Mrs. Kenny. Rhea Eager Beavers 4-H states. He works out of the Marymount student, home and family and girls of Superior and March Meeting Rock Island main officesin for Easter vacation. Classes Charlotte Bor~er and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Logan and Kansas City, Kansas ~t Shirley Slate enjox]ed a 14- girls of Harvard, Nebraska, The March meeting of the makes his home in i~s Aprilresume18.at JudyMarym untis assisting n mile horseback ride Sunday on Tuesday. Mankato Eager Beavers 4-H Moines. i Mrs. Wendell Moyer with to the Tasty-Freeze at GlenRev. and Mrs. David Trott Club was held at Helen and :; ,:j Neighborhood Girl Setmt~ FROM THE OFFICE fore mid-April, or before the Survivors include his wife, pointed to the blackboard Mankato Nei hborli OF THE COUNTY forsythia blooms. You will Mrs. Lora Hodgell, at home; on which she had listed six Girl Scouts met at ~e h~e WEED SUPERVISOR find some fertilizers contain a daughter, Mrs Carol Lee actwltles'" " that women of Virginia R'tghtrr(eier~ ~c:~ the pro-emergent crabgrass Neff, 1196 Garfield, Topeka; rhc~,ld an9a~e in tn become March 25 All d~kie moneY . h " " H - ell o-,:, SPRING LAWN CARE erblmde two sons, Robert odg,Christian citizens. Mrs. has been turned :ir .i Girl The amount of time and x ememDer, any practice St. Petersourg, fla ann Jot w, a n m stressed the Scout Dav Camo will : for money spent on lawns each that he!.ps produce awthe k Murlin Hodgell, L incg n, facithat women ought to be all Brownies, Juniors, a/ld year for maintenance is turf aiscourages y Neor;^. ; a sister, wtrs ce reformed" persons when they Cadettes at the City. Park staggering. The home owner grasses, bn.ocmeton, mppewa tans, went to vote. Mrs. Kramer from June 20 to 24. Time is proud of a beautiful lawn Wlsc.; and mght grandchild- continued the study by will be 3:00 to 7:30 p.m. and there is no secret.form- rteurea leacher, ren. quoting from J. Britain registration fee w ill be 51 . ale for producir g oh e, butPastor, 74, Dins Services weremeh ladtFndaLw i*o V, Winters' article entitled The, i third grade Brownii wni proper use of herbicidea Witl April 8, 3:00 p - 'The Christian As A w'll attend Bro n'e Day give. hima head start on un- ,The Rev. Ray D: H.odgeu, [man Memorial Methodist Citizen Mrs Clarence Black Camp. Fly-Up wtl be thb desirable grasses and i /eeds, uiea zuesaay, Aprn a, at [ Church Burial was in Mem- -" " " r of thin-s last evening of Day Calnp. :, Crabgrass need n0t ruin hishome, 1157Mulvane, l.O-[orial Park Cemetery. Wall- pl a Lahea jUn Nations Roma Grout was elected your lawn. It can be eon peka, Kans atter a rang m." [ Diffenderfer Mortuary was - Day Camp Business Admin- " trolled through fliel of ness He was a retired Meth- in charoe of arran ,ements gamzatmn trying to ac- istrator proper cultural and chemical: " " ' ister,e, " complish and asked the ." ' ' odmt mm . i - h Durlng Girl Scout Week practices. Once yoti:"find He was born Feb. 16, 1892,1MISSION: CHRISTIAN l~ue~te~ n~a~iSoS:P2 ~h rst~a3 the windows were judg~id: crabgrass in your lawn. it is near Montrose in Jewelll CITIZENSHIP -" - 9 r l~min Brownies, I St prize at Jer~ s : ~ not easy 'to Mlt che.RMcally county He taught and serv-I : oougatlon, lvt s. Beaut, Shon" Juniors 4-'~ : ' " everalof ~ v,~,~t,~ without daffmging de irab!e ed orincipalships in JeweUl "---- = . l eeterson stateu s rize atPost Offic "1 lawn grasses, so a control county schools 11 years. ' Elevnen m: rSof b: 3lthe obligations which al! of adettes, 3rd prize tt .pmgram should be- plann ] Inter was Jewell Courgyl wome s ty,: . us have Those present then r, :ms SUr--- ' . " lfle next l el 11oo ,- ,:, ',7' I sixth meeting. The Reverend/smn This was ve hel ful g ~ Fertilize your lawn in ear- l meet g I be April ~ ac ~,~ m,~v,J to Ton~kn in ] Mr. Paul Life was also pro- l While singing the first and i 10 years. . . ry P " in wi I " ' ly spring to make certainI the grass is thick enough to i ""~"" `% ]. ---r-- " -: . ! sent After the ladies had I second verses of the hymn virginia ~lgncmm~rs l. sa3.ana serveg, as ass stan igatl 'ered around the table, l,A Charge To Keep I Have"', May 13 wilt oe Camp .: compete against the seed- ]to me supermtenuen~rv dO [ the president, Mrs. Charles I each one contributed to the Training at tie e^ City Pare ~ ling crabgrass. An applica- I scnoois stx years ne ne he* from 9 30 to a'ou " m Brin tion of pre-emergent crab- I ' ,ramer, conauctea t Ioffering Mrs Life closed . ", P" " seven years on me orate ~ ' " " a SaCK lunch An O in" grass herbicide, properly ap- Board of Education [business session. When this[the meeting with a prayer. : y ne.;~ r~.- !. plied, in the spring can be l The Rev Mr Hodgell en-Ihad ended, Mrs. Paul Life,[Before adjournment, Mrs. estea in outaoor sinus ts expected to eliminate 90% I tered the " ministry during [ the leader, explained that [ Ward Ozmun read an ap- wemome. of the crabgrass that wouldlw, d n an- l . erved[the aim of the afternoon's[propriate poem, "The Don- May 19 will be a Fi.n3e lothndi t eh,reho at .qilver I lesson was to aid wome !key. n . " " ' ~ . r normally appear. ] n to " meeting at 7"00 p m at n and gmla ghtmemrs Since crabgrass is capableI Lake, Rossville, Lyndon, Oli-[ discover: understa d I . Mrs. Clarence Black was Those wh- at't; ,d fl of germinating all through l vet, Auburn, Scranton, HoytlacceP[rtneir hostess, r.veryooay Roma Grout, Lib'i~"ie""Cra~te~~ '> the growing season, many of]nnd Mavottz His most re-I as t.n "st" "l enjoyed the delicious lunch ::" the past emergent chemicalsI - - " - - ' r"viae the "ro"er at- ' wtarus Jensen, L, oueea tanner-' cent nastora. te was at Meri- l uc, tu v u u v v l mat sne servc~a fills COil- I' ~,) a ~gc.~ ~ ;. den )mosphere,the plan s, "l restedof apricot salad,I-I.~il~,~nnnd Vir~{~= ' L can be applied on smallI ~ t t Mrs lng, ~arotLeonara, ~tm , ' la ed," ~'--- areas but these materialsl He was a member of Low- I Elmln Peterson, P Y [ Sociables,cheese, candy . " " Beautiful "' KIgntmemr ~auy Lamber% - : " are not as sure killers as " ist America The Easter e gstea and coffee ~,->~ man Memortal Method I I g ' " District Advio~r f~'~'~ ~o',; ~," those applied before the lo *,--, crabgrass germinates and CrhUrCohf H~w~$ ~NNraWI v::j Mr:rsL~f,e,g~ve12e25:4' landl led the meeting. ~ j~:: must be applied at intervals was a member of Barracks read the. Scrip ture, w hel of two or more applications. No 1~1.% Vm~rnn~ of World/was Matthew 2b: a0-4b, e/ Completely rake all the Veer I-" Ie wasa member minister offered a prayer ' '* * '* '**' leaves, debris and thatch of American War Dads and for understanding of Chris-] ; collected over the winter was chaplain of the Topeka tian citizenship . respon~ and apply fertilizer at the chapter sinitiues for ourselves ann rate recommended for your He was a member of Cap- our church. individual area. It may be itol Post No. 1 of the Ameri- Mrs. Charles Kramer and ooo.o,oooooo,o* well to have a soil sample can Legion and the Masonic Mrs. Sue Green assisted : test made of your lawn to Lodge at Mankato. He form- Mrs. Life in telling what de- determine the actual need. erly was president of the termines good citizenship Pro-emergent crab grass Optimist Club. for women. Mrs. Kramer killers should be applied be- I6HE WAG . . and headed straight for Dicks T. V. and Radio. She knew she could 'trust them to repair her radio and TV set at reasonable prices You can, too. When your set acts up, call Dick's T. V. and Radio HAVE YOU ORDERED YOUR CHICKS? Order them now so that our hatchery may serve you better in supplying the kind you want, when you want them. Place your or- der at your earliest convenience by stopping in. BREEDS THAT WE CAN GET: WHELFS - 937 GHOSTLY PEARL - 63 TOP CROSS CALIFORNIA WHITE WHITE LEGHORNS BROILERS Market Analysts see a better year ahead in the. Poultry Business. 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