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Vol. 75; No. 45. A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. Sixteen Pages - Two Sections MANKATO. KANSAS Thursday, April 21, 1966 IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNT Y, WE'RE DISTRICT REA MEETINGS TO BE HELD NEXT WEEK The annual district meet- ings of the members of the Jewell-Mitchell Cooperative Electric Co Inc serving the~ rural areas of Jewell, Mitchell, Smith and Osborne p.m Osborne iiigh School Gym Wednesday, April 27, 7:30 p.m Smith Center Armory Build- ing Thursday, April 28, 7:30 p.m Mankato Arm- ory Building counties, will be held on] There will ~e entertain- April 25, 26, 27 and 28. Iment, drawing for electrical A planning committee of lprizes, special drawi:~g for the members has a good pro- I children's prizes and l~ai'resh- gram scheduled for each of lments, along with the reg- the meetings.They are as ular business at each of the follows: meetings. Monday, April 25, 7:30 An advertisement appears p.m Beloit Municipal elsewhere in th:,s pap r giv- Building ing more de~.aits or' the loca! Tuesday, April 26, 7:30member meeting. HONOR ROLL First Honors: CDudette Fifth Six Weeks Ault, Mike Dodd, Dennis --- Esslinger. MANKATO HIGH Second Honors: Diane SCHOOL Park, Patti Weltmer, Mary First Honors: Halstead, Fred Rose. Ronald Fraass, Jerry Seventh Grade: Grout, Robert Howland, First Honors: Susan Kier. Steve Kale, Donna Logan,] Second Honors: Patricia John Waldron, Sandra Wil- Cady, Karen L::,'~Mer, Ma-.: son, Melvin Kitts, Linda SmRh, John 'Weltme;, Sarah Louder, Barbara Mohler, Di- Jane Russell, lbiare Rourke. ane Patrick, Mike Rourke, Bobby Freeman, Roberts Jeannette Grout, Ruth Hunt- Meyer, Donna Clcg,g, Rodney er, Carol Mohler, Dick Mun- I ttancock, Carol Mvers, Rita sey, Carole Ozmun, Steve Anderson, Slleiia 'Huntsing- Rose, Scott Seirer, Jack er, Mike Simon. Dean, Ann Donahue Danny Sixth Grade: Hancock, Douglas' Page, First Honors: Joyce Love, Terry Peteete, Richard So-Keith Roe. ash, Dale Switzer. Second Ilonor,:: Brenda Second Honors: Huntsinger, A~dra Newell, Janis Fullerton, Karen Angela Meyer, D:.'bra Noble, Garman, Marla Isaac, Caro- Roberta Smith, Kathy Mur- lyn LeClair, Patsy Powell, ray Michelle Taska~ V~Cnk~te Daa~- Fifih Grade: ~ is, Verna G g,' y - First Honors: B~rbara Roe. stead, Elaine Kale, RalphSecond Hoaors: Sh, rri!vn Ozmun, Glenda Tyler, DonnEsslinger, Reh~::cca Smi{h, Bartholomew, Jean Berry-,Diane Gro~t, Maril~ Ham- Jane Bowersox, Ellis Dun-ilton, Susan Rourke, Doro- stan, Pare Lehrling, Tony Patrick, Sondra Reed, Ed Wilson, Dale Freeman, Jerry Rourke, Vicky McClure, Chuck Zadina. MANKATO ELEMEN- TARY SCHOOL Eighth Grade: thea Weltmer, Lynette Lehr- ling, Danny Kennedy, Steven McAtee, Adrienne Anderson, Sheryl Rose, Wade Alexan- der, Scott Hamilton, Law- rence IIoll, Paula Right- meier, Billy Blackwood Mark Munsey. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross, Mrs. Lenora Blaylock and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blay- lock drove to Belleville on Monday evening to visit Wayne Blaylock, who is laid up at present from a dog Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Gra- ham of Seneca, Kans and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pauley of Westmorland, Kems, came to visit Mr. Charles Graham on Sunday. A pot luck din- ner was held at the Ronald bite he had the misfortune Seamans home for the above to be in contact with Satur- mentioned persons. Others day evening, when he went present were: Mrs. Lendell to the Jerry Seirer home to Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Mur- get statements for his Stan- roll Graham, M and Mrs. dard Oil work. Jack Blair and children, and Donna Seamans. KANSAS EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS WEEK MEETING IN BELOIT Homemakers attending Kansas Extension Home- makers Week meetings in Central Kansas will hear a featured speaker repute the idea, "I Haven't A Thing To Wear". All homemakers are invit- ed to attend the meeting on May 2 in Beloit at the Muni- cipal Building at 12:30 p.m. Judith Keith, described as a fashion humorist from Philadelphia, illustrates with garments and accessories how new ideas in fashion change not only "The Look' but "The Outlook". Her pre- sentation has an ABC flavor, Accessories, Basics, and Comedy. Miss Keith is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and has ap- peared in numerous theatri- cal productions on and off Broadway. She has been a newspaper editor and since 1959 has guided her own public re!ations business. This meeting in Beloit is one of the 23 programs . planned in observance of Kansas Extension Home- makers Week, May 2-7. Itome demo : ration unit m~be'3CS'~ in ~6bperation with district and county home economics agents have planned the annual event. The day's schedule in-.: eludes the featured speakeri musical numbers, greetings from the Kansas Extension Homemakers Council dist- rict director and district home economics agent, and NOTICE I V.F.W. Auxiliary 7830 will hold election of officers l at their meeting Tuesday evening, April 26, 8:00 p.m. Everyone is urged to be present. F. R. Fair Elected Director State Chamber of Commerce F. R. Fair, President of the First National Bank ip, Mankato, was elected to serve as a director on the Board of Directors of the KANSAS STATE CttAM- BER OF COMMERCE. The election was Wednesday, !April 13 in Topeka, whicl was the last day of ti~e ii(i /i:~?ili) i :i~ !ii~ii!:~ ~i~ if( three-day State Chamber ot Commerce annual conven- tion. Mr. Fair was accompanied by W. R. Waugh, who is serving on the Executive American Fire Equipment Co. will be in Mankato to service all kinds of fire ex- tinguishers. They will be here from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. near the fire house. Two public meetings will! be held to discuss the school bond issue proposed by School District No. 278 to be voted on May 10. The first meeting will be held at Mankato High School Gym, May 3rd, at 8:00 p.m. The second meeting will be held at the Formoso Gym, May 4th, at 8:00 p.m. Any resident of the unified dist- Committee of the Retail i:as proclaimed the week of Sales Council and L. M. April 24 through 30 as Weltmer, who is also a Clean-up Week in Kansas, a member of the State Cham- MANKATO HIGtI SCHOOL BLUE RIBBON week which offers each and ber of Commerce. WINNERS ~very citizen the challenge This is a real honor for of shouldering his own fire Mr. Fair to be elected as a Left to Right: Douglas Page, Linda Louder, Carol Mohler, safety responsibilities to in- director and will give Man- Steven Kale, John Waldron, Donna Logan. sure against the needless l kato a voice and good rep. Ron Fraass, Jeannette Grout, -- -- loss of iive~ and property. resentation in this statewide State Fire Marshal FredI organization. Mankato High School [Grout, 3rd American His- R. Farr states that the Kan-i Glen L. Blauvelt, Kansas Places Third In l tory; Robert Howland, 4th sas Statutes require an an- City, Ks and formerly of Scholarship .Meet ILindalAmericanL uder, lstG vernment;spelling, nual cleaning of premises] Beloit, is another new direc- Students from Mankato]3rd Vocabulary; Mike during the month of April, tot, who was elected. Glen is now divisiofi manager, High School attended an in- ]R urke, 5th Literature:i and he reminds us that every i The Gas Service Co Kansas vitational scholarship meet/Vickie Davis, 5th Typing II ! attic, basement and closet City. Before going to Kansas held at Downs High SchoollBarbara Mohter, 2nd Home- i cleared of trash and clutter April 13, 1966. The scholar- [making; Cindy Halstead, I means one less fire hazard. City, Glen was district man- ship meet was won by[3rd Homemaking; Jeanett