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PAGE 2B lit ill I iilii I [ Ili II I ~, i,r''~' , ,,, .,.i,, ,,,, '' ,1" JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSA ...................... Ill IIIII III III IIIIII i ii ii i| Ii I I n " " ...... im i ~ II III I ,,,THUR,SDA, April 20, , Mrs. C. Summers Two inches of rain were re- ceived in 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 wilt) attends K. U. spent Friday nigtlt and Sat urday with Arnold Ross and family. Mr. and Mr~ Clyde Phipps and family of Overland Park were Saturday night and Sun day guests of Mrs. Ella Su)n mers. Nancy Tipton attended Hos pirality Day at the Agriculture College in Lincoln Saturday. Sunday dinner guests at the Erick HeRman home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth llendricks(m of Courtland. Ketth Erickson is spending a few days with his uncle, My- tess and Mrs. Don l)iehl as1 co-hostess. I,esson will be De- corative Window Treatment by Mrs. Lowell McNicho]s. At the close of the meeting ([tll' hos tesses served lovely refresh- ments. --Mrs. Earl Rinar(l, P.R.C. Harrison E.H.U. day evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. David l)e|naray. : Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun Have you ever noticed yl)ur windows from the outside of the house? l)o they hall( as nice from the outside as from the inside? Do you know thal there are but three lengths for your curtains and drapes: ap ron, sill, and floor length. When choosing your dral)e.4 and curtains, select material and a coh)r that will l,e l)hms ing to tim whole family. All of Lh('se [,(tints were |[ro,lght (() us by Mrs. I)avid Stenzel in ..he second lesson on Window Treatment. The Ilarrison Unit net April 6 at the home oi Mrs. Lyle McCammon. Our )resi(h,nt, Mrs. l),)w St;ms bury opened the meeting by ron Intermill, and fan)ily. Inaving us read tht, Club Col Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mc[lect. Eight members answered Keown and family were Sun 'oil call wit ) "'Why 1 Ilk(, ht,ing entertained the following Wed nesday evening to homemade ice cream and cake: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Crispin of l,incoln Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vernon of Admire; Mr. and Mrs. Forest Marple of Nelson Miss Joy Crispin of Kansas City: Mr. and Mrs. Ma)'vir~ Webber and Alvin; Mr. and V~rs. Don Webber and family; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin Mr. and Mrs. Max Crispin: Mr. and Mrs. Oltie Crispin Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen Dewayne Crispin, Ellis Bash ford; Wylie Kirkpatrick; and Mrs. Elleanor Crispin. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Web her and Alvin were Sunday afternoon callers at Don Web her's at Beloit. 'Mrs. Paul Rathbun accom panied her sister, Joy Crispin, to Kansas City Thursday and returned home Sunday. Carol Hobble of Superior vis ited Patricia Rathbun Sunday afternoon. :lliill' Grade Brownies The 2nd Grade Brownies Troop 178, met A~prtl 17 at the schoblhouae. Fudge bars and bubble gum were seryqd bY Sylvia Meyer toW. 10 ]~1~,~ two leaders and two tag-alongs and then the Brownies walked tO ROy's Gift Shop. He show ed us where and-how to make Wreaths and how they cut sty- r~oam into different shapes. He gave everyone a stem of roses. Then Mrs. Bnsart show- elt US different crafts the could be made. Then the Brownies walked~oger to Gain bles' basement ~h~ire: Kenneth Ball showed and told us about his chinchillas. The Brownies enjoyed both tours very much and wish to thank both Mr. ahd Mrs. Basart and Kenneth Ball. ---Reporter. Eaiit Walnut E.H.U. The East Walnut E.II.U. me( April 4th at the home of Mrs. Earl Rinard with Mrs. Donald DteM as co-hostess. Nine mere hers answered roll call by giv tag "my favorite TV pro- gram". $pir}ug tea will be Ap- ril 10th ~t,~e~elk Homemak- ers Day w't]f be A'~,ril lath in Hastings at 9 o'elocl a.m. The District Meeting will be May 5th at Beilevtlle. Mrs. Lowell McNiehols had the lesson on Decorative Window Treatment which was very interesting. We were very happy to have Mrs. Earl Buckley back with us agaill after her serious ill- ness. The hostesses served lovely refreshments. Our next meeting is May 2 with Mxs. 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 our lesson on Art. Then we wilJ go to Evelyn's Cafe for ou~ business meeting. Remem- I~r this is May 2nd. East Walnut E.H.U. was hos- teM in a joint meeting with tll~ We~ Walnut Unit March ?th in the home of Mrs. Harold Pttgh as hostess and Mrs. Wil- bur Warner as co-hostess. 8 members of West Walnut and 9 merebeta of East Walnut an- swered roll call by giving an Irish joke. The lesson was on the program for the year 1968 and was given by Mrs. Nor- man 8muck and was very in terestL,~. It looks like we will have a very interesting year ahead. After the lesson each unit met separately for its meeting. The East Walnut Unit has pledged $25.00 toward the hoapital in Mankato. Our next mq~mg will be April 4th with Mrs. arl Rtitaht B ilm- a farmer's wife". Mrs. Lyle V]eCamlnon real] "l~(, Wine With Your Buys". It. told how o xeh,('t, cook, a|,d serve lamb. Our next meeting will l)e May I0 al Wel)ber. .... P.R.C. Mrs. Vachel Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Bert Payne lecumpanied Mr. anti Mrs. Vernon Quy to Manazola, Colo. to the hi)me of their daughter, Mrs. Milford Johnson, Mr. Johnson and not] on a Saturday and returned home on Monday recently. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Duns tan and family calh,d on his grandmother, Mrs. Edith Clark in Bur')' Oak last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robbins, V[r. and Mrs. Vachel Crawford drove to Red Ch)ud last Wed nesday evening and ate supper with Mrs. Robl)ins' sister, Mrs. ']dith Range, an(l they ;)ll at tended l)ick Wickman's orches trl, entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Snyder stJent Monday evening With Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dunstan and family. The Chesebro Club met with Mrs. Iva l,ea F)ayne last Thurs day. Not very many of the ~rr~@nbeq~ ware~there due to the muddfr(~ads. A' very nice lunch was served and a good time was enjoyed by all. Our ,ext meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs. Vivian Payne. Tiffs part ill' the (ountry has been receiving some very nice rains this past week. The Double Six Club met with Mrs. Bert t)ayne on Fri day. There were six members present. A h)vely lur)ch was served and a fine time was (,njoyed by 1,11. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Snyder and family of Beloit, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Snyder and family ,)f Phillipsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Snyder and family ,)f Mankal.o were Sunday after- noon callers of their parents, Vlr. and Mrs. Irl Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Irl Snyder. Mr. M. II. Kissinger and (arl made a trip to Minden, Nebr. on Monday l.u visit a relative who is ill. Norlhbranch t3usy Bees 4-H At the February meeting the roll call was answered by a valentine ~rom a valentine box. There were 12 nl(,nqb(?rs pre- sent plus our two new leaders, Mrs. Neal IIa)'ris and Mr. Na- than Winslow. Mr. and Mrs. .Jim Gunter and daughter were our guests. Mr. Gunter gave a talk on the County 4-II I)ay coming up. Gwen Glover start- ed the program with Cindy Winslow giving a demonstra- I lion on a fruit drink. Steve Mary All,,/), Kansas State Dillon gavea conservation talk ! l)emocrat Comnfitleewolnan, and Charlene Wallace gave a ITopeka, anti Mrs. Jenih,e Mill- health talk. The games were led by Jim Wallace and Ken Winslow. The Dilhms were ilosts. At the March meeting the roll call was answered by an Irish song. Some answered "Sweet h'ish H, ose". There were l0 members present. (;wen Gh)ver gave a project talk on clothing. Tom Wallace gave a (h,monstration on load- ing and unloading film. Mary l)oyle gave ;I music apprecia- lion on Victor tlerbert, an or ('hestra conductor. Ken Wins low'and Jim Wallace were in chal'~e llf gHll)es /lad the Glov ers were hosts. Mary l~(,th l)oyle, Jr. I{el). Odessa 4-H Odessa 4 II Clul) [net April :;, 1967 at the Westbran('h Schoolhl)use. l)r(,sident Dixie ()bert presid(,d over lhe meet ing. Itl)ll call was answered I)y "My Favorite Ih)bby". It was voted to atten(l the ('atholi(' Chur('h on 4 II Sunday April 30. A l)roject talk on horse manship was giv(,n by I)ebra lh)ller..leanette Ol)ert led os in the song "l,ittle Skunk". Dixie Obert played .hwa for music appreciation. Terry Vo boril's I)(,1111,tl talk was about the 4th meal..h)anette Obert gave a talk on soil f(,rtilily and erosion. IOmnie Whelchel led re(,reation. Atwoods served the hmch. April 1.5, six of our meml)ers al.l.(,nded the live stock judging and school at Salina. Those attending were I)ebra Boiler, Jeanette Obert. .lack 1)eibe)'t, David Atwood l)uane Atwood, and .ludy At woo(I. Nola Bess Atwood and .lira Gtmter accompanied the ~roup. ---Judy Atwood, Reporter. Honor Roll Esbon High School To be placed on the Honor Roll at Esbon ltigh School the folh)wing criteria must be met. A student must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 bas ed on a four point system. To make honorable mention a student must have a grade point average of 3.0 based on 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 Leta Havice, Dixie Obert, Kenneth Voboril. Donald Whel ehel, Ruth Blattner. Glenda Hatfield. Terry Voboril, Dale Dodd, Patricia Nebel, Cheryl Underwood, Marcia Voboril. i Honorable Mention - 3.0 Points Janice Bartley, Darrell Marr, Jay Andersen, Judy At- wood, Sharon Johanek, Kay i Kriley, Cheryl Peroutek, Gaff Bartley, Geneva Bartley, Rita Countryman, l,inda Foutz, Car- ol Hancock, Jerry Lewis. Jtmmie L. Downing, Principal. Convention In Russell April 29 The Kansas Federation of Democrat Women's Clubs ()f 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 luncheon will be $2.50 per person. Re- servations should, be sent to Euniee Whitmer, Russell, Kan- sas no later than April 24th. Guest speaker will be Nor- betrt l)reiling, Kansas State Democrat Committeeman. Mrs Zelda Vermillion. District Dir ector, will preside at the busi- ness meeting following the luncheon. A District Director will be elected for the next two years. Other dignitaries attending will be Mrs. Nell Blangers, Kansas Democrat National Committeewoman, Salina, Mrs. I II I ill III I I I We would like to thank the voters who supported our candidates in the recent City Election. It is our hope that we will justify your faith in us by continuing to work for a better and more progressive Mankato. (This ad paid for by membet of the Cititens Party) ......... T-'TI I I .................... lift ...... Formoso Community Church Rev. and Mrs. Thomas f~|'()~Vll, I,lissioI'~al'ies who h;ive t)een serving in Nigeria, were guest speakers at F()rmoso Community Church last Sun- (tay during the morning ser- vice. The Browns have been serving under Ihe Sudan In terior Mission for many years, ill){) ;ire flOW ()[] fln'lollgh, Theirs is one (,f 111(, mission fiehls which the l,'[)rm(iso C()m nmnily (~Imr('h has i)e('n h('Ip in!'~ wilh .~mlJl)ol'l for se\'(.ral , years. [ Th(')'e was ;I I)~IMu'I dinner fat the church folh)wing th(' )no)'nin~)~ st,)\ ire. ;,I ~hi['h lira(, there was Ol)I,(,rlunif.y for visit ing wi)h lh(,s(, inis~ilin;i)'y h'ien(l~. Fish And Game News Pollution Reaches John Redmond Reservoir lh)lluI('(l w;Me)' Irma fe('d I)I!~ ahmg the C(,ttonw[)od River reaeht,d (he h(,adwalers el John i{e(hnond l{('servoir last week ('allsing ;Hl(ilher eten sive fish kill. Roy Schoonover, fishery chief of. t],e Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Corn inissil)n, says (hat a consider al)le quantity of game fish 111"(' l(,a(l and floaling t(i lh(, sur fac(: in significant nunfl)ers. Sehoonover x isih,(I the re servoir on Tt|es(lay ()f ltlis week ;I),I )'el)errs ~('('i)i~ (It';ill walleyes and flatheads. Other ,lh,;ervers r(,1)ort seeing (']i;i11 nels and craf)pie. Most of these were obs(,);vc(l in the Ul)l)er end of John Redmond beh)w IIart- ford. The fishery chief states that a lar~(' ntJml)er of fi4h of var ]pus species were Idlled. Of )articular significance are the hundreds of 3 to 5 I)ound wall- eye and fhlthead catfish (,x ceeding 5 pounds in weight. 1111(, t() the (:(tel \\'ate]" Ic|npera tures, many of tim dead tiM| did not fh)at to the surface im mediately and appeared peri- odically over a number of days. This latest kill is only one of several which have occurred in the area during the past year. Sourer of the pollution is livestock l'eedlots located in the Cottonwood River drain- age. Rains wash (he animal wastes into the river and down- stream. ,h)hn Redmond Reser voir is located on the Neosho River below its conflu(,nce with the Cottnnwood. Deer Season Recommendations To Be Presented Recomrnendations for the 1967 (lee)" season in Kansas will be I)resented to the Kan- sas Forestry, Fish and Game Comnaission at its regular meeting at the end of April, probably on the 29th. Accord ing t.o Bill l)eabody, hig giune biologist, the Commission's game division has nearly corn t it iiit Get Your "DEKALB" Is a Itellistered Irand Name HOWARD ELNIFF Jewell - 428-3611 KENNETH DODD Esbon - 725-3427 DAVID DEMARAY Burr Oak - S8/-3521 , ~pleted nreL)aration of (he re- 1.185,000 were transporled from !COnlm,mdations. l lhe Pratt hatchery on April 7 ]nh,,'-sted sporlsmen will be advised through 2111 news )ned i:, ',s soon as the Commission ham established the fall dee,' qunting seasons and regula- tions. Walleye Operations Continue Walleye egg-taking by fish- ery crews of the Forestry, Fish and Game Commission is (:on tinuing at Webster Reservoir with something tess than out- standing results. According to Johnny Ray, fishery biologist, better than 13,000,000 eggs to augment an earlier stocking of 580,000. F(k City received its first stocking of northerns last spring and these are re- p()|'ted to be 14 to 16 inches long now. Pollution Kills More Fish Rains which occurred in the eastern half of the state dur ing the past two weeks have resulted in more fish kills caused by runoff from live- stock feedlots. Roy Schoon- over, chief of the fishery div expected. A ~rand total o[ 12,500,000 |)o|'thern 1like eggs were taken hv fishery crews of the Kansas Forestry. ViM| and Ga|ne CommisMon during the nine days of collecting ef fo|'t. Most of the eggs canoe from Norton Reservoir. Roy Schoonover, chief of the Commission's fishery division, states that the original goal was to hatch at least thre( million fry during this first yea|' for the project but it ap pears that tiffs will be exceed ed. The Its)thing of eggs taken during the latter part of the have been taken up to this point but more are needed to supply the expected needs. Ray states that one reason for the low take is the wall ('yes have been hard to trap. Crews have not been findin~z large numbers of breeder fish in lheir nets and those which are ('aptured are only about 50 per cent "'ripe". "Operations will continue at Webster as h)ng as eggs (!;in he taken," Ray says. The eggs ;ire being hatched ;11. the Corn mission's portable hatching un- il. h)(:;)ted l)eh)w the dam al i he reservoir. More Northern Pike Stocked The new Milford Reservoir no|'thw(,st of Junction City )'e