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Vo. Ag. Shop Apr. 26: Jewell Co. Extension Executive Board Meeting by Steven Walker There is certainly growing interest in solar energy and its usefulness in heating and cooling our homes and offices. Many of you are wanting information and are not sure where to find it. For those interested, here is a list of resources I have researched and found infor- mative and useful:"Rodale's New Shelter" (a monthly mag- azine), $10.00, Emmaus, Pa. 18049; "The Passive Solar Energy Book,' by Edward Mazria, $24.95, Rodale Books, 33 East, Minor, Emmaus, Pa. 18049; Sun. Up to Sun Down (Understanding Solar En- ergy) by Shawn Buckley, $6.95, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Princetown ,Rd., Highstown, N.J. 08520; The Solar Home Spring Roundup will be Apr. 23 at the I headquarters. The fast g program will begin at a.m. and close at 2:30 of the nine topics on research are: Finely r~ilo compared to corn; billet grain as a feed; urea-molasses to si- feed additives; and g young bulls for research topics in- Wheat research; High Population rail,; Inten- stocking on range; insect and plant di- and solutions, calendar to at- 23. Ask your neigh- space for 3 in the .car, just call and a space. Book" by Bruce Anderson, $9.50, Brick House Publish- ing, 3 Main St. Andover, Ma. 01810; "Solar Greenhouse; Design, Construction, Opera- tion" by Rick Fisher and Bill Yanda, $6.50, John Muir Pubi., P.O. Box 613, Santa Fe, N.M. 87501. Write for details on Solar Energy to: Kansas Rural Cen- ter, Inc., Box 133, Whitting, Kans. 66552; Doug Waiters, University for Man, 1221 Thurston St., Manhattan, Kans. 66502; The Kansas Energy Office, 214 W. Sixth, Topeka, Kans. 66603. If you are interested in more information, call Steven Walker, 378-3084. And by all means, chvrk with our local library. you a plan for your cow ~r stocker calves? mineral feeders in Do you have mineral feeders? Min- work well for distribution, also. choice is a spray is your sprayer ready to go? fly control chemicals going to use. If you formation on chemi- for our Extension Livestock Insect lations. angle, a successful program includes among neighbors. trying this ap- Trees that are slow grow- soils may respond applications of Recommended fer- is 2 lbs. of a 5-10-5 a or 1 lb. of 10-10-10 for of trunk diameter 4 feet above the concentration roots are located the tree branch area. should be scat- over this outside Meeting with 11:00 a.m. Beloit Bull Fair Corp. 8:00, Courthouse Hays Roundup Last Class on safety, NEBRASKA HABITAT STAMP AWARD Norris Senior Brenna Ogle of Hickman competed with over 2,000 other entries in the Youth Division of the State Game and Parks Commis- sion's annual Habitat Stamp Art Contest and her antelope 7:30 P.M. Adults $2.00 Students $1.00 NEW STAMPS ON SALE Blocks of new stamps de- picting the state bird and flower of all 50 states went on sale Apr. 14. This is only the second time there have been 50 different stamps on a sheet, according to Postmaster Gall Colson. The first time was when the flags of states were printed. GREENBERG FAMILY REUNION Maude Greenberg Abram of Jewell planned and carried out a family Easter party. The Easter Sunday party was held at the Hospitality Room of the Jeweli Apartments. Those attending were: Jr. and Carol Menhusen and Brian, Violet Flinn, Clarence and Frances Greenberg, Steve and Connie Butts and Adam, Maude Abram, Jewell; Mable and Gene Haskins, Form,so; Jim and Charlotte Abram, Jamestown; Ray- mond and Marie Joerg, Adri- enne McDaniel, Anna Bar- nard, Randall; George and Grayce Greenberg, Leonard Greenburg, Mankato; Phebe Greenberg, Irene Naillieux, Washington; Charley and Betty Stoker, April and Joni, Marysville; Rev. James and berg, Scott City; Paul and LETTER FROM Kim Seehafer, Kara and Kris- ELSIE GORDANIER tina, Kenesaw, Nebr.; John Dear Mary, and Marilyn Young, Linda, News of Mankato and Lana and Nikki, Beatrice, friends there is still important Nebr.; Bessie and Raymond Johnson, Superior, Nebr.; to me, so here's my check for Vicki Greenberg Abram, another year of Recordsl You Tammy and Tena, Beatrice, are putting out a splendid Nebr.; Pete and Rita Stev- land, Bellflower, Calif. Everyone enjoyed the typi- cal Kansas carry-in dinner, then spent the afternoon and early evening visiting. Many had not seen each other for several years. The day was particularly dedicated to Mary Greenberg Gray who has been ill for some time and has not been able to attend family gatherings. Record Classifieds Bring Fast Results! paper, Mary. I hope that every member of the MHS Alumni Associa- tion will plan to be at the Armory for a potluck dinner on May 29th. That's the ideal time to visit Mankato and I look forward to that event. I'm sure that many mem- bers of the Alumni who at- tended MHS during the 1920's were saddened to learn of the sudden death of our popular English teacher, Bess Cuddy- Gates, in Tulsa, Okla: Bess Cuddy was not only an out- 10St standing English teacher, she was also a lovely lady and a dear friend. She was a grad- uate of Washburn College and a member of Delta Gamma Sorority and MHS was her first teaching job. She later taught in Ionia before teach- ing English and Journalism in Topeka High School. She is survived by her husband, John, and her sister, Mrs. Hazel McCurdy of Whiting, Kans. In closing, I want to say that all my memories of my high school days are brighter because of my association with Bess Cuddy-Gates. I'll always miss her. With all good wishes to you, Mary, ....... Elsie Beaumont, Calif. in colored pencil was judged the finest in grades 942. Her award of $50.00 will be pre- sented at a special meeting in May. This was the first time a Norris High School student has won this award. Brenna is the granddaugh- ter of. Bud and Millie Hills of Mankato. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Apr. 15, 1982 Page 3 - Section 2 KFRW IN NORTON APRIL The First District Kansas Federation of Republican Wo- men will meet in Norton, Apr. 24, at the Legion Hall at noon. Mrs. Winifred Campbell, Norton, area chairman, and along with the Norton Repub- lican Women's club are hos- ting the buffet luncheon and meeting. Persons who are candidates or potential can- didates are invited and will be given an opportunity to speak. All Republican women's meetings are open to men and friends. Luncheon reservations are to be made with Mrs. Camp- bell by Wednesday, Apr. 21. Her telephone number is 913- 877-5266 or write her at 1009 N. Norton, Ks 67654. (Include price of luncheon $4.25, where permissible) The First District has two meetings each year, spring and fall. These meetings are held in areas. The northwest area is hosting the first meet- ing, Saturday, Apr. 24. 'l~he fall meeting will be in the southwest area with Mrs. Zana Rudzik, Ulysses, the planning chairman. The 1983 meetings will be in the south- east and northeast areas. Mrs. Alveda Adams, Wa- Ke*hey is the Director and she urges all Federation mem- bers, husbands and friends to make an effort to attend the Norton Meeting. Sbe hopes that the people in the area make a special effort to attend the meeting closest to them. ST. THERESA'S GUILD Wednesday, Apr. 7 St. Theresa's Guild held its regu- lar monthly meeting. JoAnn Doud reported on Religious Education in the church for members of all ages. It intro- duced many interesting topics that could be expanded on. Kathryn Eilert announced there will be a meeting of the North Central Kansas for Pro-Life group on Apr. 25 at 2 p.m. at her home. Theresa McGinnis explained what is involved in preparing the altar. --Reporter Alice LeWis of Aurora;' Colo., sent a check for re- newal of the Record subscrip- tion. Mary Gray and Beth, Wichita; Charles and Loretta Green- berg, Morrowville; Tom and Joyce Abram, Ennis, Tex.; Marvin and Louise Green- PIANO& ORGAN SUPERIOR imPLEmEnT, inc. EAST HWY. II Iq, IONE 40|47|.47|| SUPERIOR, NI~ERASKA Used, Floor Models, Repossessed, Demonstrators, New - some still in boxes. Electronic Organs from $350. Pianos from $75. SPECIAL EVENT Thur., April 15 Fri., April 16 10:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. Both Days LOCATION: 100 black Main, Smith Center 2 DAYS ONLY! DIRECT DISCOUNTS 70% BALDWIN - KIMBALL CONN - HAMMOND T,HOMAS - LOWERY WURLITZER Plus Morel E;u~cr~ Item priced for sale and must be sold. Low monthly paymenJs available. Shown By: HAYS PIANO & ORGAN CO. 10th & Fort HAYS, KANSAS You Are Cordially Invited to Attend The OPENING of Our New Facility Friday, April 16, 1982 Lunch Will Be Served from 3 p.m. Until 8 p.m. Entertainment Will Start at III -!