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PAGE 2B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSA~ ................. iili ]iiii iiiiiiii i ...... i~' , .~.ff~ ...... h,.., ....''' lit ................................................ ' ..................................... II ~ i il Ill i i THURSDAY, APR[I ZO, II|II I I !( Mrs. C. Summers Two inches of rain were re- ceived ill this vicinity this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey and family were Saturday ev ening supper guests of her mother, Mrs. Ella Summers. Wayne Ross who attends K. U. spent Friday night and Sat urday with Arnold Ross and family. Mr, and Mr,,~ Clyde Phipps and family of Overhmd Park were Saturday night and Sun day guests of Mrs. Ella Sum reefs. Nancy Ttpton attended Hos pirality Day at the Agriculture College In Lincoln Saturday. Sunday dinner guests lit the Eriek Heitman home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth lleudrickson of Courtland. Keith Erickson is spending a few days with his uncle, My- ron lntermill, arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mc Keown and family were Sun day evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Dora;ray. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun entertained the following Wed nesday evening to homemade ice cream and cake: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Crispin of Lincoln, Nbbr.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vernon of Admire; Mr. and Mrs. Forest Marple of Nelson; Miss Joy Crispin of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber and Alvin; Mr. and /~lrs, Don Webber and family; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin; Mr. and Mrs. Max Crispin; Mr. and Mrs. elite Crispin; Mr. and Mrs. DeAn Hansen; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson; Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen; Dewayne Crispin, Ellis Bash- f~rd; Wylie Kirkpatrick; and Mrs. Elleanor Crispin. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Web ber and Alvin were Sunday afternooa callers at Don Web her's at Be!oit. Mrs. Paul Rathbun accom panied her sister, Joy Crispin, to Ransas City Thursday and returned homo Sunday. Carol Hobble of Superior vis Red Patricia Rathbun Sunday afternoun. :ll~d" Grade Brownies The 2rid Grade Brownies Troop 178, met A~)ril 17 at the ~hoblhouse. Fudge bars and bubble gum w~e s~r.v~l .I~) Sylvia Meyer to:10 I%~6~?~' two leaders and two tag-along,, and then the Brownies walked I~ Roy's Gift Shop. He show ed us where ando.how to make Wreaths and how they cut sty- r0foam into different shapes. He gave everyone a stem of roses. Then Mrs. Basart show- ed us different crafts tha Could be made. Then the Brownies walked~-oger to Gam bles' basement wh~re'Kenneth Bttll showed and told us about his chinchillas. The Brownies enjo$,ed both tours very much and Wish to thank both Mr. ahd Mrs. Basart and Kenneth Ball. -Reporter. Ea/d Walnut E.H,U. #2be East Walnut E.It.U. mel April 4th at the home of Mrs. Earl Rinard with Mrs. Donald Diehl as co-hostess. Nine mem hers answered roll call by giv ing "my favorite TV pro- gt.arn". SpCJng tea will be Ap- ril 1Oth ~t/.)~leWelL Homemak- ers Bay wi~l~ ~e Agril lath in Hastings at 9 o'clock a.m. The District Meeting will be May 5th at BelIeville. Mrs. Lowell McNtchols had the lesson on Decorative Window Treatment which was very Interesting. We were very happy to have Mrs. Earl Buckley back with Us agatrl after her serious ill. ness. The hostesses served lovely refreshments. Our next meeting is May 2 with Mrs. Lowell McNichols as hostess and Mrs. Mike Cald well as co-hostess. Roll call will be humor in the news or an amusing clipping. At our next meeting we are to meet at Mrs. Clell Hancock's for aur lesson on Art. Then we wIH go to Evelyn's Cafe for our business meeting. Remora Imr this is May 2nd. East Walnut E.H.U. was hos. tess in a Joint meeting with the West Walnut Unit March ?th in the home of Mrs. Harold Pugh as hostess and Mrs. Wil- bur Warner as co-hostess. 8 members of West Walnut and 9 members of East Walnut an- swered roll call by giving an Irish joke. The lesson was on the prorram for the year 1968 and was given by Mrs. Nor- man Smuck and was very in- teresting. It looks like we will have a very interesting year ahead. After the lesson each trait met separately for its meettnt. The East Walnut Unit lvas pledged $25.00 toward the hospital in Mankato. Our next n)~t~g will. be April 4th with Mrs. Earl glflat'd tm ltos- tess and Mrs. Don l)iehl as eo-tmstess, Lesson will be De- corative Window Treatment by Mrs. Lowell McNichols. At the close of the meeting our hos tesses served lovely refresh- ments. --Mrs. Earl Rinard, P.R.C. Harrison E.H.U. Have you cvcr noticed your windows from tim outside of the house? lie they hick as nice from the outside as fronl the inside? 1)o you know that there arc but three lengths for' your curtains and drapes: ap ron, sill, and fh}or length. When choosing your drapes and curtains, seh,ct material and a coh)r that will lie pie;is ing to tim whole family. All of t.hes(, points were brotight to us by Mrs. l)avi(I Stenzel ill ,.he second lesson on Whtdow' Treatment. The IIarrison tJnil net April (; lit the home [)1 Mrs. Lyle McCammon. Our )resid(mt, Mrs. I)ow St;as bm'y opened the meeting by having us read the Club (;111 loot. Eight members answered 'oil call with "Why 1 like beirlg a farmer's wife". Mrs. I,yle VI tea inlnon rea(l "Be Wise With Your Buys". It told how o select, cook, an(] serv(' lamb. Our' next meeting will be May 10 a! Webber. --P.R.C. Mrs. Vachel Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Bert Payne lccompanied Mr. anti Mrs. Vernon Quy to Manazola, Colo. to the home of their daughter, Mrs. Milford ,loimson, Mr. Johnson and son on a Saturd;ly and returned home on Monday recently. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Duns tan and family called ou his grandmother, Mrs. Edith Clark in Burr Oak hlst Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robbins, VII'. lind Mrs. Vachel Crawford drove to Red Cloud last Wed nesday evening lind ate sul}per with Mrs. Robbins' sister, Mrs. ':dith }{;lnge, anIJ tht'y all lit tended Dick Wickman's orches tion on a fruit drink. Steve Dillon gave a conservation talk and Charlene Wallace gave ;i health talk. The games were led by Jim Wallace and Ken Winslow. The Dilh}ns were hosts. At the March meeting the roll call was answered by an Irish song. St)me answered Doyle gave ;I music apprecia tion on Victor th, rbert, an or- chestra conductor. Ken Wins- lowand .Jim Wallace were in (:har/L{(' of g;llrlt's and the Glov ers were hosts. Mary Buff} Doyle. Jr. ROll. Odessa 4-H Oth,ss;~ 4 11 CHub met April 3, 1967 at the Westl)ranct} S('hoolhouse. l'rt.si(h,nt Dixie Obcrt presi(h,d over the Incet ing. Roll (!;111 was answered hy "My Favorite Ih)hby". It was voted to attend the Calholic Church oil 4 tl Sunday April 30. A proj(,ct talk on horse inanship w;is given by l)(,hra Ih)ller. ,leal}etl(, ()l)ert le(I 115; in tile song "Little Skunk". I)ixie Oberl I)lay['d .Java for musi(: appreciation. Terry Vo horil's health talk was about the 4t.I} meal. ,h, anette Obert gave a talk on soil fertility and erosion, l{onnie Whelehcl led recreation. At.woods serv(,(l the lunch. April 15, six of our meml)ers atten(h'd the live stock judging and school lit Salina. Those attending were Debra Boll(r, .leanette Obert ,hick 1)eiberl, David ktwood I)uane Atwood, and Judy At w,),,(t. Nola Bess Atwood and ,lira Gunter accolnpanic(I l,he group. -Judy Atwood, Reporter. Honor Roll Esbon High School To be placed on the Honor Roll at Esbon tligh School the folh}wing criteria must be met. A student must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 bas Ira entertainment, ledon a four point system. To Mr. and Mrs. Irl Snyder] make honorable mention a slJent Monday evening With Mr. student must have a grade and Mrs. Edwin l)unstan and point average nf 3.0 based on family. The Chesebro Club met with Mrs. Iva l,ea Payne last Thurs day. Not very "many of the rrtgmbe~, were .,there due to the muddy'r~Jaa'~. ~ very nice lunch was served ;in(] a good time was enjoyed by all. Our lext meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs. Vivian Payne. This part of the country has been receiving some very nice rains this past week. The Double Six Club met with Mrs. Bert l)ayne on Fri day. There were six members oresent. A lovely lunt'h was served and a fine time was en.ioyed by a11. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Snyder and family of Beloit, Mr. an(1 Mrs. Bob Snyder and family o1' Phillipsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Snyder and family ,ff Mankato were Sun(lay after- noon callers of their parenls, Vir. and Mrs. lrl Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. lrl Snyder. Mr. M. It. Kissinger and gad made a trip to Minden, Nebr. on Monday to visit a relative who is ill. Northbranch 'Busy Bees 4-H At the February meeting the roll call was answered by a valentine [rom a valentine box. There were 12 members pre- sent plus our two new leaders, Mrs. Neal ttarris and Mr. Na- than Winslow. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gunter and daughter were our guests. Mr. Gunter gave a talk on the County 4-it Day coming up. Gwen Glover start- ed the program with Cindy Winslow giving a demonstra- a four point system. In addi- tion to the above, a student must carry at least 5 subjects and have no grade lower than a C. Honor Roll - 3.5 Points l,eta Havice, Dixie Obert, : Kenneth Voboril, Donald Whel chel, Ruth Blattner, Glenda Hatfield, Terry Voboril, Dale I)udd, Patricia Nebcl, Cheryl Underwood, Marcia Voboril, Honorable Mention - 3.0 Points Janice Bartley, Darrell Marr, Jay Andersen, Judy At- wood, Sharon Johanek, Kay Krtley, Cheryl Peroutek, Gaff Bartley, Geneva Bartley, Rita Countryman, Linda Fnutz, Car- ol Hancock, Jerry Lewis. Jtmmte L. Downing, Principal. Convention In Russell April 29 The Kansas Federation of Democrat Women's Chlbs of First District North will hold their annual convention in Rus- sell, Kansas, Saturday, April 29, 1967, at the Elk's Club south of town at 12:00 noon. The charges for the hmcheon will be $2.50 per person. Re- servations should, be sent to Eunice Whitmer, Russell, Kan- sas no later than April 24th. Guest speaker will be Nor- betrt I)reiling, Kansas State Democrat Committeeman. Mrs Zelda Vermillion, District Dir ector, will preside at the bnst- ness meeting following the luncheon. A District Director will be elected for the next two years. Other dignitaries attending will be Mrs. Nell Blanffers, Kansas Democrat National Committeewoman, Salina, Mrs. Mary Alh,n, Kansas State l)emocrat COIYU}I itl et,w()lna n, Topeka, and Mrs. Jenih'c Mill- er, President of tile 5tare l"cd Prated Clubs, Newton. - Mrs. Zelda Vermillion. l)istrict Direct(w: Special Speakers At Formoso Community Church day during the ino/'ning st, r- vice. The 13rowns have been serving ua(ler the Sudun In tcrior Mission for m;iny years, ;1111t ;ire now oll ftlrhH;gh. Th(qrs is one of lhe mission I'ieids which the l,'orn}()so Colll nmnily Church has h('en hell) inK wilh ~Ul)porl for ~ev(,r;ll yea rs. ']'h('l'(' \'~;1~ ;I ]);Ixkt'l dilln(w ;It the church folhlwing th(, I}lOl'nin!.~ S(,l'%i('e, ;t[ whi('h limp there was opporllnfily for visit ing wiih lilt,So I11 i~;si()ll;i I'y friends. Fish And Game News Pollution Reaches John Redmond Reservoir 1)olluh'd vv;ller [real feed h)l~; along the Coltonwood l~,iver rea('hed lhe hea(hvaters ()t ,John Redmond Reservoir last w('ek (';lllshl~ ;lll()|ll('l' exten sire fish kill. Roy Schnonover fishery chief of th(, Kansas Forestry, Fisi} an(] Game Corn mission, says that a e(}usidcr able quantity of game fish arc tea(I arid l'ln;Hing to Ihe sur face in signifi('ant numbers. S('hoonover \:Jsile(I the re servoir (In Tues(]ay of this w(q'k ;HI('[ reports :~e(,ing dead walleyes and flathea(Is. Other ,)hser\'tq's report seeing ('han- ncls and crappie. Most of these were n))seI:ve(l in th(' upl)er en(i of John Redmond below llart- ford. The fishery chief states that ;I large numl)cr of fish of var iOUS species were killed. Of i)articuhlr signifi('anc(, are the hundreds of 3 h) 5 llound walb eye and fhllhead ('atfish (,x ceeding 5 pounds in weight. I)ue to the cool \valor Iclnpora tures, many of the dead fish did not float to the surface im mediately and appeared peri- odically over a number (if days. This latest kill is only one of several which have occurred in the ar('a (luring the f)astl year. Source of the pollution i is livestock fecdlots h)catcd in the Cottonwood River drain- age. Rains wash the animal wastes into the river and down stream. John Redm()nd Rcser voir is located on the Neosho River beh)w ils ('onfhl(,ncc with the Cottnnwood. Deer Season Recommendations To Be Presented Recomnmndations for the 1967 deer scasnn in Kansas will bc presented to the Kan- sas Forestry, l,'ish and Game Commission at its regular meeting lit lhe end of April, probably on the 29th. Accord ing to Bill l)eabody, big gillne biologist, the Commission's game division has nearly (:ore )lete(i m'eparatinn of fhe re ('on/n1 Podiitions. ]nl,,,'osted sportsmen will be advised through all news med- ~:, .,s soon as the Commission has established the fall deer hunting seasons and regula- tions. Walleye Operations Continue Walleye egg-taking by fish- ery crews of the Forestry, Fish and Game Commission is con- tinuing at Webster Reservmr with something less than out- standing results. According to Johnny Ray, fishery biologist. better than IS,000,000 eggs have been taken up to this mint but more are needed to stlpply the expc('ted needs. Ray states that one reason fnr the low take is the wall eyes have been hard to trap. Crews have not been finding large numt)ers of breeder fish in their nets lind those which are ('apturcd are only about 50 per cent "ripe". "Operations will continue at Wehs(er as h)ng as clogs can be taken," Ray says. The eggs are being hal.ched Ill, th(, Cum mission's portat)le hatching un il Io('ated beluw the dam al the reservoir. More Northern Pike Stocked 'rhe new Milford Reservoir norlhwest of Junction City rc ('eivcd a boost in the fish popu- hflion this past week with the addition of 3,800,000 more nor- lhern I)ike fry. ,185,000 were transporled from expected. A ~rand tntal of lhe Prai.t hatchery on April 7 12,500,000 northern l)ike eggs l o augment an earlier st(}cking were taken bv fishery crcws of 580,000. F,k City received of the Kausas Forestry. Fish its first stocking of northerns and G;une (?omnaission during last spring and these are re- the nine days of collecting ef ported to be 14 to 16 inchesfort. Most of the eggs came long now. from Norton Reservoir. Pollution Kills Roy Schoonover, chief of the More Fish Coznnlission's fishery division, Rains which occurred in thestates that the original goal eastern half of the state (luI was to hatch at least thrc( ing the past two weeks havemillion fry during this first resulted in more fish kills;year for the project but it ap caused by runoff from live- : pears that this will be exceed stock feedlots. Roy Schoon-ed. The hatching of eggs taken over, chief of the fishery div- during the latter part of the lsion of the Forestry, Fish and operation is still under way. Game Commission, states l hat So far, 580,000 northern pike at least three different water- fry have been st()clre(t at Eli, sheds have been affectedby City Reservoir and 1,545,000 this type of pollution, h;ivc I)een deposited in Mil During the hlst week of ford Reservoir. Further stock March, rains in east-centralings will be made as the eggs Kansas washed manure wastes hatch off. into the Cottonwood river caus- Emphasis has now switche( ing a hiss of an estimatc(I to the taking of walleye eggs 25,000 fish in a stretch of the ;it W(,bsler J{(,servoil'. t"ishery stream below Strong City. On crews at the impoundment re or about April 2, another fish port ;it, h,ast 5,000,000 (,ggs kill was observed at the Cot have bccn l aken during the tonwood Falls dam but a raise first five days of this op(,ratiol on the river diluted the wastes with the peak ('el]coting activ and prevented an additional ity expected to occur moment serious kill. arily. Feedlot drainage also was Landowner Deer Survey responsible for a fish kill es Still Not Complele timated at 30,000 fish on Four Slightly o\(q' one fourth o~ Mile creek, a tributary of the the bmdowncrs contacted still Walnut river in Butler county, have nol replied to the dee~ An estimated .1.(100 fish met a survey sent out by tile Kansas similar fate on the west branch Forestry, Fish and Game Corn Roy Schoonover, chief of the fishery divisiun for the Fish and Game Commission, re- ports that three million of the newly hatched northerns came from Ill(, sta(c of Nebraska on !;In exchange agreement; Ne- braska will re('eive channel catfish from Kansas. The re- maining 80{),000 were provided by the Cedar Bluff National Fish Ilatchery. h)cated beh)w ltle dam at Cedar Bluff Reser- voir. All together, 5,345,000 nor- lhcrn pike have been released in Milford Reservoir this spring, Schoonover says. There were 1,545,000 placed there earlier from hatching opera tions at the Commission's hat- chery at Pratt. The new Elk City Reservoir near Independence also reeeiv cd more northern pike fry.i of the Whitewater river near mission. Bill l~cabody, big the Harvey-Butler county line. game projecl h,ader for Ih, Both (If these kills were rc. Commission, shltes that 2,006 ported to have occurred on landowners have r('turn('(~ April 2. their questionnaires but gl2 of Roy Schoonover stated that the survey h)rlns are slill i~ one of the reasons for the the hands of farmers and small numbers of fish killed ranchers. on the Cottonwood river dur All lan(towners who have not ing the last two instances of replied to lhe (luestionnair( Ipollution is because fish pop are urge(1 to do st, as soon as l ulations have been reduced possible. The facts are need :periodically by previous pol- ed to provide a complete state lution from feedlat runoff. A wide picture of the deer her(' total of seven kills in the Cot tonwood and a portion of the I Neosho rivers were reported to the Fish and Game Corn- IlI I mission in 1966. The latest fish I I loss was the third noted so far in 1967. Northern Pike Egg Taklng Exceeds Expectations The final figures are now in and the results are better than in ~ansas More New Facilities ' At State Lakes New facilities have recently been added at several State Lakes in Kansas, according to Walter Harrison, chief o17 the field services division for the Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission. The im- provemenls are a part of the continuing program to up- grade the facilities at ;Ill of the Commission's public use areas. , The most recent addition, :completed this week, is a new ~: boat ramp on the west side Of Clark County State Lake near the northwesl corner of the impoundment. Hop;lit on the existing ramp ix alsO under way. Four new sani- tary units have I)een Con. sh'ucted at this southwest Karl- sas lake. Construction has also been ('On~l}h'lc(I tin a n(,w boat ramp ;It Geary Counly State Lake. 'rhe additional launching site will ease congestion at this l}O[)uhu" lake Io(';Ited south of Junction Cily. New double sanitary units of concrete block construction ',ave re('ently heen a(hh'(I at t(eilrny County State I,ake al}d i('ar the c(mccssion at l,eavcn" worth County State Lake. Weekend guests lit the home of Mr'. and Mrs. F. R. Fair were Dr. I). M. Fair and fana- ily of St,. Fran('is, Mr. and' Mrs. Fred Hill and Jo(ly of Cawk('r Cily ;irl(I Miss ,JaniS Fair of Salina. i i IIII I / I I III I I II I i I ' II I Mrs. Mamie Cox of Carnett arrived Friday for a visit with her (laughh,r, Mrs. Walter Campbell. Mrs. Cox came bY has ;ix far ;is Salina, and MrS. Camt}l)ell wenl, i.o Saline to get her. IIII l.et Us ]Ielp You With Your Fertilizing Plans nla The Mankato Saddle Club will meet Sunday, April 2:), at 3:00 p.m. at Saddle Club grounds. We would like all members to be present, also anyone else interested in joining. Election of lizer We ('.an Blent1 Dry With Other Elements TILl officers and planning summer activities will be CItRISSIE AHRENS, Manager Telei~hones: Bm'r Oak JU 7-3745; Mankato FR 8-3319 Ill II I I H II I I II the main business. Bring your horse and en- joy the afternoon. I)OYI,E StIOEMAKER, President. i li II I II - i IIIll I IIII II II I I II IIII III I I II I - I I II MADE IN AMERICA ttARDWARE Im Phone .IU 7-2191 Burr Oak, Kans. ! i i i i i , ,! ~ ,i , ]lAVE ABOUT THE USUAL LINE OF HARDWARE: Stock Tanks, 4-ft. up to 8-ft. Lots of Bolts, all sizes, up to l A"x8'' A good assortment of Wrenches, Socket Sets, Box End; 1 set drive, good Paint and Thinner; Linseed Oil, bulk Chains ,all sizes Ul) to %", bulk Roller Chains i i i I I Sprocket Chains (SOLD) A few Grain Augers ' !! l!i!!! ood h.vy Aluminum Ladders, up to 40-ft. Plenty of Spades, Pitchforks, Scoops, Garden ) Get Your Tools, Gab'den Seeds ould hke t t ank th t EII L We w " v s Drill bits -- Wood bit . supported our candidates in the recent Saws, Hammers, etc. Warfarin Rat Killer. City Election. tO( COl Gardenhose.1/2'";~/,N", V," Black & Decker E]eetr]e Drills 11 Mower sickles, all kinds, sections guards and It m our hope that we will justify your other parts. faith in us by continuing to work for A||L Huffy mowers, used and new. a better and more progressive Mankato. " NI;F" V-puA fewlleys; Bguns andel ting.Sme fishing tackle. CITI'[I'II$ PARTY,'. ~~l]')DEsbon. 7,),.~1,? ..... il'! ) ' ,I (This ad paid for by mem~rs of the Citit~ns Party) DAVID DEMARAY ............TTITi I I ............ : .... I[ .... Burr Oak - SlT-3$1IF . i II