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April 23, 1964 i By MRS, LYMAN HANSEN ; Ts tI~ns, ' ~a~ on Thursday. Seven regu- members and one honorary member, ~Mrs. May Ahrens, were present Ce av~swer r31l oaLt with "A New R.ecipe I Have Recen.tb Tried". The P residen opermd the meeting by reading from the Scrip- tures, followed by the Isoad's Pray- er. /Mrs. Clarence Blayl,ock had eka~ge of the recreation with Mrs. ,Roy Ahrens, Mrs. Bud Dye and ~Virs. (May A~re.r~ wirmir~g ~he prizes. (Mrs. May Ahrens e, lzo won ~e hostess gift. After refreshments, ~hey adjo,urn,ed to meet again on ~VIay 21 with Mrs. Bud Dye. Littile Kenneth Spencer, son of h~r. an~i IMrs. ~aymond Spencer, is u~der the .dealer's care witch an ear irdec.tion. ,Mr. and (Mrs. Glen Cederberg of O~k, tMrs. Bertha Cederbmg of NeE(m, ~Mr. and ~_rs. ~ohn Fer- guson arid Mr. and Mrs. Chrissie Affwens a*~tended the funeral ser- vices of .Mrs. Harold Dah~ at For- moso Sunday a~fternoon. ,Mr. and (Mrs. Gary R~e of J~nc- tion Caty, Kans., ape the proud parents of a son, Grog Johns~xm, born Wednesday evening. He wel,ghed in at 8 115s.. 7 oz. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Lee of Weeping Wa~er, Nebr.. and IMr. and/Mrs. Glen Roe are the grand~am, en*ts, and Mrs. Myrtle Roe ~f Fmpe~ier is t~he great grandmother. tMrs. Wyli.e t~la,ir was one of ~:he sponsors who accompanied the ,~or~lrose seniors on ~ah~ir sneak to FROM YOUR the Lake of the Ozarks.HOME AGENT'S DESK Jah~ Steverkson was homo over[ By Beverly Jean Bishop the week-end from his studies at[ Hays Cohlege. 1: Key To Cooking Beef Mr. and Mrs. ~eotty Mead arml[ ~ht rmw wfth beeff in espeeLal- ALlen of Columbus, Ohio, brought l,y ~bundant supply, .homemakers her :sister, Mrs. 'I~il,a Hendersemlean afford *t~ do a .little expert- and :CarLa, to ~e h,ome of their parents, /Mr. a'.~d 3r:;. Clare Schus- ter, on Thmt~d,ay. ~q:r. and Mrs. ,Mead called cn 5he Dearie Fogo fiamfly Sa,:urd,ay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Stevenson were Friday supper guests of ~VIr. and Mrs. Darre! (Michael and Car- man at Red Cloud. Mrs. A!:va Tyler and aan, e~t and Mr. and M~. John Fcrguson took Mis~ Alice Fer'gmon ~.9 Smi'h Cen, ter on Friday to consult an eye d, oetor. [Mrs. De,!b:,rt Steven,s0n attended a eaffee at the home of (Mrs. Don D}0h,1 ~n Thursday in hon~or of Mrs. Bud Lewis. iMrs. Chriss~e A,hrens was in Mankat2, Tue d,ay. to get a 1,ess:m on meals for the H. D. U. ,Mr. and IMrs. Do!,bert Stevenson were rE!ring Mrs. Stell,a Wa~ffh a~d IMrs. Lee Sage a ~the Brod- stone Hospital in S~perior, Sunday aff-~ errn~c~n. Mr. an'd ~Mrs. Lyman Hansen and Jon,i drove to Hox~e, Karts., Sun- day 'to visit with Mr. and /Mrs. Evere~ ~Neal. Other guests in ~he Nell home were/Mr, and Mrs. Ly- m~r) D. Ha~en. /Mr. and Mrs. Areh~e Moss and Mr. and/Mrs. Bob Heske~ and ~:heir ami,li.es. The bi.~gest neams arctmd here is the ,nice rain that fell S~an~tay. The moisture was badly needed. DEI(ALBo C-44b EVERETT DODD, Esbon, Kansas. Phone 5-3932 DAVID DEMARAY, Burr Oak, Kansas, JU 7-3527 People like you...and people you like travel Domeliner ... to and from the West. Going Union Pacific makes even a business trip seem like an exciting vacation. Accommoda- tions, either Pullman or Coach, so rest- ful you'll get lazy~food, so delicious, you'll diet when you get home. Round trip reductions, in addition to Family Fares and generous baggage allowances, will tailor the cost of your trip to fit almost any budget. ~0MEUNr~: ,,city of Los Angeles" "The Challenger" "City of San Franci=co" "Cil~ of Portland" "City of Denver" "City of St. Louis" Union Paoifio R=ilroad For fell Information or ;ontaet , [ meriting wi~h differen:t cooki~g ]methods. One i.m~prtant factor to remember b tha~ le~s tender c~ks are 'be~t cooked slow and cowered. You'H have no trouble deciding thes~ criers if you kn~ow where the cuteemes from. H ~t's a work- ir~g mu~le---drom the neck, shouI- c der or leg~i,t's best to coe,k i~t 10rig land slow in a tighVly covered pan. i Meat from a section that doesn't I get much exercise~t',he rib sec~tton, for exarr~ple---va'n, on the oth>r ha,n,d, be broiled or quickly pan fried or pret~red by other dry heat me~h0'ds. Lots of Strawberries rum un, tfl J,uly 'Fourth./May 1 is Mso the 23rd awm~v~ of the i~um~e of ~ ~'~t Series E ,Bond. Pumh~e prize of llhe new troy.d, w~nich wi,~t reach 2u'l} rederr~tion vaIue d~ seven years ~nd trine ! nmnths, is $5625. ,M'r. Gvo~ sa.id Cha ~he new bowd is sirnil~r to o~Jher derm~i~a- i whida ~ear portraits of deceased chief executives. ~th the per- tr~,~t of /Mr. Kennedy are carried the ~0words ~ ~'~is ~m~ ad- dress: "Ask n~t ~ your ~i ea~ do for you--ask wha you can do fer yom- comm%" "Tim ,repatriation ~ ~s mem-i erable statement on, ~e face off the bomi," said/l~Ir. Grout, "is a fresh r~r~nder tha~ our ci~zens hel~ strevl~he~ ~heir cain seou~ty and, consecluer~ly, ~e seou~ty o~ lh~r eommuniey and ~eir country a~hen ~'~ey ~ a ~ ~ Rae~r sar- ~n~s in, S~vin~ 'Bon~. a~,eu Fd2._~oo~_ ,. ~. ~. I t NOTICE OF [ ! PRIMARY ELECTION Topel~a, aKns., March 30, 1064. 'i To the Cour~,~y Clerk o'f Jewell i [ Counity, Ka,r~as: ! ' Topeka, Karus., tlV~arch 30, 1964. Primary Election wit,1 be held on! ,the 4~th day of AL~ust, 1964, this being ,the first Tuesday in said Deeds. One ear, ida,re for Country Attor- ney. One ~an,dktate for Pr~ba, te Judge. One candidate ~er Sheri~L One car~dida,te for Cour~ts' Superin- ter~de,n,t ~:d Public Instruction. One candidate for Clerk of Dist- rict Court. iiii Bir~day and Am~iversary Sut~er for ,the ~tNs of March mad ApriL, n~i; After the supper we bad a bridal shower for /Miss J, anie Per(mtek arid ~,Ir. ~Burdet CaLlaway. About fifty friends and relatives were presem. ---Mrs. Ed$ar Voberil, P.R.C. mor~th, at whi, eh time candidates Two emKtida,tes for Coun,W Corn- HONOR ROLL ~or the fc~!oavir~g offices will be misN~ne~s. 2nd arxl 3rd dis~riok~. Esbon Rural High School nominated ,aceordin,g to the pro-lTwo candidates far Justice of the . 5th Six Weeks vLsi0ns of l~aw by E~CH of the Peace in each to~'n-~ab_ip. political parties of this state: Two candidates l'cr Cor~table in] To make the h*o~or roll, a s[ud- One eandichate for Congressman, i each township. " er~t must have at least 12 tx)@~ts . 'with ~o grade t~l.ow a B. Width ls,t District. One ca:r~didate :far Trustee in each this system it is passible i~ have One candidate for Governor. [ ,mwr~ah~p. erie candidate for Lieutenant Gee- One candidate for Clerk in each[mere Chan 12 poin, ts and miss the ernor. I ~towm~ip. !honor .~x~ll with a C grade. ,, A:=4 points; B=3 poims. One eanrtird.ate f~r Secretary of Den candidate for Treasurer in State. each lowz~ship. One eand i.date for Stale Audi~orl I And, the following cl'ficePs will be One cand4daLe for State Treasurer. !eleeLcd :by EACH cf 4.he political One cactdtdate for At.torney Gen-lpart.ie,s of thi,s sta~:e: eral. 1 One Precinot Commi,tteeman in One candidate f~r State Superin-! ea,ch precinct. ] If you Like strawberries=-in cream, wSth s,hort~ake, or just by tenden t of Public Irks, true,on. ~One Precinct Commi*~teewom~n in themse~ves,---~hi,s is a ,good year ~o One candi,date for Commissioner of ~ each precinct. ] ~ spe ull~, buy ~thern, because t:h,e,re s,heuld be Insurance ~ ctf Lo~ on ~he market. One oan~did!ate for Slate Printer. [ Paul R. Shan~han Aeco~ing to the U. S. Devart- One ca,ndida~te for Sta.~e Senator, [ Secretary o~ State' me~'t of Agrieubture, ~he 1963-64 32nd District. (SEAL) -- " win,ter crop in F10.~da is 5% above One candidate for S,tate Represer~- ~last year's record high. And the m tive, 85~th District. , i Westsifle Matrons H. D. U. first forecast for early spring One cartdidate ~cr County Clerk. [ ~ _ [strawberries is for a crop almost One ca~tidade for Coumy Treasur-} On accotm, t off eonfliel:~ne dn~es ~ri~e 1963 production and 15% or. [ the We~trdde Matrons me~ 0~ Xi~rii I above avera,~e. One ca~dida~te for ~Register of i 13 ~nstead of ~e regular dace A~r~l " 1 , ~br I Have You Wondered ,~ ',~ 21, at t~he home o~ '.Mrs. Emit S'i~ l Where The Ye~ow Went. ,, , . !Eig,ht mer~bers were lx'esent. IM.rs. ! { ~vem n~r:,ce .~a me you,Ks o.z +.rP~i~r~,~...P-~., ;,-',~-++-~..v.~,t~ }~l, erm. ,Kindler was, Lesson leader eggs are a n:ghmr ar~a more urn-i on 'Wieats 'For K~ms" and &,~ Lqrn], ye!qow than they used to be? ': FIRST PICK YOUR DEALER, [hlso gave a regont-~:~ laer ,t'r~p--~oi }~na,t s 't~ecause e~gs now e,ome THEN PICK YOUR USED CAR ]Wichi.m, April 9, ~ eahe Kansas] ~gom eormnea flocks on regulme~i ........ l Homemakers Leadership Rec~gni-] me~s. *:very /.Pay m_~a~e~ u~y At [ tion of the State &dr~istnw Co,dncil. l ---- t our trace. Our President Mrs. Grog Th~m-I DEBUT NEARS FOR NEW [ ]reel, ~ave ,an accouter of her trip] $75 SAVINGS BOND ~ [,~o Hastings for Rm~a~ Homemakers i -- ! 1963 ~U.I'C.K ~TRA 225 4- [ Recognition. W is~ Buys relx~ts A rernind,er 4a~t 'the near $75 DOOR HA~TOP. One owner. I were ~given ,by/Mrs. Cl~as. Vobori'.l, ! Series E ~Unged States Savings Sold ,new by us Equipped wbth f,ula CMvs..Ora~ Gillbert. Mrs. Chas ~Me- Bond, !beari,~,g the Imrtx~it of the power, faetow' air, l.)yna,flow, ra-iGina~s and Mrs. E~gar Voborfl. ~ate :Pre si,den~ Kennedy, ~ilL go on die, etc. I_K.av m~emge. An, out- The KI~DA nears iCem was given sa, m .M, ay ~, came tocmy from .,,vtr. standi, ng buy. [by Mrs. Emit Sin, k. The C(KmlTmn~ Gl,enn Grout, Cou, rgy Savlr~gs, 196~ CHEVY II (6) 4-DOOR i'g /n,4~overnen Committee set man~s Chairtman. ! SEDAN. On'e owner Lo~,v mileage ]/Vfay 6, at 1:15 ~. ~VI., as the dey to Decision to issue ~he $75 ,bond, ~E~tuipped wi~h A,u~tic radio: clean ~ghe yard ~t ~Lhe West~ide .vchiCh. ~ills a gap m ~e lower-ihea,te~,~ E-Z-Eye, wMte t~es, etc. ](3ommur~i~y Center, we~,ther per- _de~.~ r~.ge of Savir~gs:L0oks like new. Priced a a big ]mittS, of course. The next meet- ~o~.ds, was a~n.ounced l~y the savings, ing will 'be wl;th ~VIrs. ethos. V~boril W~te ,House '12}e m Janua~...The I 1963 RAMBLER CUS/rOa'VI 4- on ~V~ay 19, and WLrs. Emil Pero~- k~sue aa,m of avtay I was zixe