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THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS " P~IJ !H -- I . I I II r I krA'rn /v~ ’Ir~rMAN " .... " ......... IGrade School ' .... i iI I __-----~ ~ I COM:_'/S'S~O--I'__-_STL'_-'_" ........... Girls Compel. • IN | 1| .' M (0 U--..;&..I U..------ 0--11 Jln Smith Center Invitational I I I I E we had th-~---pens all full rlO:} ltdl ntlflU( hull i Coach Don'--Anderson took 1 ~1 II ] I 19 ~~ ~ la.g in this..week.wit!a 71 con- -- [his 7th and 8th grade girls to It l• IF \--~ ~ I~ / ]signors seulng livestock. The According to Richard Dia-1 The following have contribut-lthe Smith Center Invitational •' 'I ~ I ,I Id III ~.~lDltlm__ li I [mai'ke! was very active with mend, treasurer, the total in led during the past week: ]Track Meet Thursday, April if I | I ~llq I I ' 11 Cal Iseverai out of state buyers on the hospital fund, at noonl Highlanders E.H.U. [20 ..... -"=-~-----~ ~ I the scats. We had a h)t of cat Tuesday April 25, was l Brownscreek E H U I ........... The regular meeting of the ilstratlon will take office In .... ]tie go into Missouri, also Iowa .~4.a .~65 7~ " IMr :~nd Mr~ i'{dwin'14aldron I zne /tn graoe girts won t!rmr Mankato Lions Club was held June. I .............. and Nebi•aska. I ......... Monday night Aprtl 24, Presz- A musical program of in- ~ .......... ~ ............................. meet wim a total of 37 points. • • .• • I~lalional AaverllSlng Ke resenlaTivo ~ Tile IOllOWlng girls places Ior J ~lz p ] We sold 19 Mixed Butchers i ]dent Melvin Blecha presiding strumental solos was presented i KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. weiglfing a little under 230 lbs, i • •e m m [Mankato: i New charters were presented by Junior High students, RO- I .... . . . ....... [for $17.65, and 35 Spotted ~maA~ UII~ ~Wlm L='AAiA / Kathy Blackwood: 1st in 50]to Raymond Hell and Virgil belts Meyer, Angels Meyer, I iul JaCKson,/opeKa, ansas OOOUZt Butchers weighing 227 lbs. for ~i~-~d, [111 UV [yard dash, 6.6, and 1st in 75 I Beougher for the Boy Scout Joyce Love, andra Rse Newell I .............. ~.w~ ~ ~m.~ m~-~ ,- .. ~~1~ /"ard dash 9 6 'bo'h new re ' ................. ' . i~,~t.va. ~acKlng bows rappen at ~ [~ ' • ~ ~ -inns t~un beaut chapters, re- anti busan ~ler. lwlss Dorothy - --- [$15.70. . ............. ~cords). ispectively, for 1967. Wayne Libben, director ofinstrumon. UA,,,,',,,,, .,~,.e~Anerl I can show to any human] We sold 25 Choice Whiteface ...,~ccormng to ~lyae l~eeu, el [nesuay, ,~pi'll 26: .13. ,, Carrie Weltmer: 2nd in 50 IBlaylock made the presents- tal music in our schools, and I~l~tUl%Jl~II'Itl. l~llgVV.~rJ~tr kv . . flClalweam r ns rver n, " , ",,' , . ' *, • . • I ~ I-. "-7 ] being, let me do it now and ]Steer Calves weighing 443 lbs, e o e , t e I , qheu~.ezc olin,aged .me time 6.7. [tlons. The Scouts are sponsored Miss Sarah Jane Russell were ~-~1 Ih SS~)’~t~TI~I~[n°t defer it for I shall nolifor 30.70. Heifers Mates solditeinp.erat~'e,fell .to t)tq(,)w[f,owers_.trults, an,a.,growlngAngels Meyer: 2nd in 75, [ in this area by our club. the accompanists, .J ~ -- I ,, lreezlng bunoay nlgnt The (raps The stage el me crop 9 75 an um ~.~I~.2---# , _ ~ _ _v , pass this way again. / for $25.20. These good calves ] . ," ' ] ; ". .~ : ' ' , ,. ; • d 3rd in broad j P, I Nation-wide directories of Ted Acton and Chuck Morlt~ leading Monday mmmng ~as at the time of the freeze 13 4 ZIP ~ ' "- ' -: -" ": :1 |belonged to Walt and John l."" ' . " " "]' • , .' ' ". l" Code numbers will be of- of the Mankato Pack[ha Cam- i,=.................... I Second Class Postage Paid ariD[lien at Northbranch, a good]25 degrees: The !ugh tclnper-[ma(k: the damage.~,ary in dll- Andra Newell: 2nd in high lt'ered for sale soon by the pany presented a fil~ sad vr-,,r.~.~. ~,J,,~r~ ar-~vao the Post Office, Mankato , r atule for me week ~as 16 oc rcrcnt palls at the county um 4 2 , |set of Black Steers weighing I' rer~ Frida' A•~r:il ~1'" "/ ' ,'''" . ' ' • J P, '". [Lions. The directories will sell commentary on the operation ~Vol'. 76, No. 46, printed week-I Kansas 66956. J456 lbs. sold for $27.40, Heifer J g ~ ". ay, p, ,...I~l'oo,.~ ,~r'eeze is more severe 220 relay (Kathy Blackwood, J for $1.00 and should prove to of the new plant which Is nest- • 19urlng the week this arc,I in me lower areas Actually Andr 1 m~r ~y at Mankato, Kansas 66956. I Subscrintions" ]mates weighed out for $25.00. [ .......... ' ..’'•.L :::;.,! !',' /.. ' o" o" '" .' ' a Newell, Carrie We t e , ]be handy little gadgets for ad- ing completion. A question and r v L-ecmvcu o,)ut an men ut tne ,inount el [lttzc oamage n 5 ..... I .... " .... ]A set of Whiteface Steers l ~ ,. ".'• o ,, " ~ ,' [. ',' , , ,~ ~•" ~,~." ' . a d Angels Meyer): 1st, 28. , ]dressing letters and packages, answer period followed SHOW- ~ ,,........ I~a.ou per year in dOWel}/wei.hin,~ 467 lhs sold for ’20 90 linoisture, ~t ieu as rmiows: /Is naro to preoict. me real new record I Th'~ follow[ha ofq .......... : ...... '- ..... ""- " .... /fie flawspaper o[ deWell . •8 ~ • • ,~ . , . , . ~ . • e ~ t ~et~ were tug uz ~ne 111[I1• Lvlr. ~t~la~ll. County and surroundln~ Sunday April 23 10 Men dam,ige will show dt harvest 44 Bldir t ........ I land tleifer Mates sold fell ..... -I ........ ", 0 relay (Barbara '' .i elected to serve during the who will be plant supertnten- [ ..o.,,,y Icounties (Smith, Osborne /’24 ~. 2a B .... t. ~..~ m,,.,L- Idly, April 24, ,10; and Wed- It[me• I Trela Raffertv Gavle Berry I ....... ,..,, ..... ~. Tn-,-,:irl,~nt ~nl,, ,4..., ...... ,4 ,h.., ,h. ^... [ ,r ...... ]iv, ItCh.Jr, .~lOUCl, KepumlC./Whiteface Steers wighing 630/ ' ,land Karen Eilert): 2nd, 61lSwitzer;lst, 2nd, and 3rd Vice. l ing date for the plant ls tenta. , THE BOYD FAMILY counties in Kansas any bs so f ~- ~ seconds • • ] , ,, ", ~ , ] :. ,' d or $26.70.Heifer J ........ I ......... ] ' • It resident, respectively, Carroll l tively set for July 1. Applice- NUCKOIIS and Webster coun "SPOrt ana ~urr oak ~lace Jewe w ns t.lass DD , , s Owners and Publishers [ . , , " [M; tes so d for $2L40. ~7 White- / ........ I , ... I The following 8th grade girl: I Collins Ed Walker and Vir£ill tions for emnlovment are be. ties in Nebraska .... m ~.ansas wes eyan Keiays AI Kansas Wesleyan ~emys • '~ • • - - - F w ..v..o ] ..... . /,ace Steer's weighing 568 lbs. [ [ ]made points. . . i Beougher; Tail Twister, Wayneling taken now. Mr. Acton stat- ........ , .... , ...... I~a•uu a year elsewhere, l~old for $26.50, 27 Black and/ Esb nsc r,-'ni in" ~[ ~ ,. -~- -- ._ ..... I Beverly Conner: 3rd in hlghiBlayh)ck; Ass't. Tail Twister. led that previous experience In o o eu nc po LS ano all, Well stereo qu pOhz~ ~,o / Mrs. Frank Boyd, Associate ] ..... |Whiteface Steers weighing 579 / n " .. ,s ' . . ' . '' , [_ , ' ' ' ' ; .... ; ]jump, 4'4". i Dr. Merwin Peterson; Sect.- I such plant operation is neither ~..,....... i buoscrioers are asked tel .....,-, ,'-- -.) ....... o ..... '- /l~urr oak maoe tour points mlnrlng name the first pmcel Debbie Ri'htmeier" 2nd 50~ .............. ~* • ,- ........ IE,UILU[ | _ " /~llS. SOltl IOI• ,'~o.,L'). ,~'J WHILe- / .......... I .......... /4 a ' ' I tary-lreasurcr Jack wamron I requlreo nor oeslre~ in me • r rlotify this office at once • ............. Ime v.ansas wesleyan r~etays tropny Irom mc r~ansas wes-~"ard dash 6 9 ,.." .~ ;4 .... , , . ,, ......... ! ..... Dace ~teers weignmg o~o los. / ....... " . . . I ....... lY" ' , I Lion lamer oayle tn'lstman; I pi cants • /~rly gooo [rang mat i when mey nave a change el ~old for '9' = • ' at ~at]na Saturoay. For EKe)on leyan umvers]ty t~cJavs ~atur- , ,. , ' " ~nn dn nv .m, t.;.,~ .... *~.* i..aa .... [' $.1),,,,). 13 Whiteface [D a" ......... ~;-*'* ;- '~-- "~'- [ ............... ':" ...... [ 220 relay (Karen Loudt,, ] DlrecU)rs, Jan Menhusen, By I Our next meeting is schedul- e-.... ~ .... # a~mumm~;~n u|aL / elUUlC~. Steers weighing516Ibs sold . ..o...,,,, ..~., ~,,c ,..e ,uay. ~xu,yruuu, w~m ~ l~u,-~, Sarah Jane Russell, Debbie ran Re ers Don White and I , , |,. ,o ,o ,,,,. , .... [run with a winning time of i was second and Bogue placed [Ri-htmeier and Diane try, -~g ,,' "- .... led for May 8. ~.1' .p~...~o. ~o *vt~J~t•thLe ~s~(?C~S . '' ' ,. ' ~, r: I, ' ~ . x-~ale ~rangle In. new aumln- ]4 44 4 and J Anderson placed third by scoring 2at~ points - ~ [weighing 570 lbs. sold for $26.95. :. " . ". I " " I Rourke): 1st, new record. I n 12 B H ] s (1 third in the high jump The J(wtll points ~ere scar I " • A • III I • 1~ • -- • • ..... I [a d ' lack e'fer." w (ghing[ For Burr ak D McNicho [• ; ' ' ..... [ 440 relay (Susan Kier I atri-i J O ls ed as follows Kar I UnAAr'I V rUATI"ED |]506 lbs. sold for $23.25. 17[', . ?, " ' "' 't ,"" ": [ciaCady, SaraMarr, and IDAYLIGHTSAVlNGTIME IDelmerRothchildH.s , pmced 4th in me 440 withaI I (/1’ ~ault R Ophngez 1st I II IVlLI. I I-I/4 1 I ! ]W fit.face tteil'ers weighing 567 " . ....... . " ' " : • " ", :'len Reynolds): 3rd. ]INTO EFFECT APRIL 29 [Returned TO Action • ................... • i ....... ,~ ..... ~ time el az v anct me t~urr oak 1 11' I I I In Vietnam IDS. sate for ~z,~.,~u. A set OI ' " -- .... I FOR HOME FOLKS | im ...... hi ...... S .......... h ]medley relay team placed 4th. ] Javelin' G. Seamans 2nd i ............ [ Da,,li,,ht Savin,, time -oes ] • .... • / hCr2 vv Lelace , ceel'swel~ - I ~ .-. . - ~,~ . I. . . ' ' ' I I~eiol! invira!ionai ~.,raae I a ~ ~ ' ~' I M ~ U n ~ 7 0lbs sol f r 24 t~urr UaKano .,soon com 171b into effect S,ttulda A)iil 29 Mt and Mrs Delbert • " " I i" g 0 . d o $' .50• I ..... " .-.,~ ' - 1 1' ". ........ I Track Meet April 24 i" ~ '~ .... Y, ~ "' ' • I '. " . 1~ peteo in tslass 1515 rlroao Julnp /~ l~lrosell IHeifer Mates weighed out for I. ' " • [ ', ....:,, • , I [That means clocks will be ad-[child have received a let~r 1st 22 1 and 3 4 tl ........................ [$23.35. 29 Whiteface Steers ]. . ..--____7, I " ' " " . i The Beloit Invitational Grade [vanced onc hour at that time. I from their son, Sp. 4-C Delmttr - aDiL, Ii not resist.o, wilt [ sun StlJl Shin rig. - When i I .... i-h: .....p.. s'-l,4 t'"- I mr. ann ~rs. Jonn ~agnusson I High Hurdles: Varney 1st, i .......... .-.---..., [The state le,qslature in the I Rothc lild Delmer was ~,o,,-d becom • , .. . . we g mg o/ us. , u u ut lraeK tvleeL was ii~lU l₯1OllUay, ~ . cv ~" e a nect#'SSnlty. Istoppcd. at Boogaarts, I tound| 2a.40. 5 Black Cows with[will Celehrate Golden Wedding ]15.5; Seamans, 4th. [April 24. Teams competing]State of Kansas voted to abideled in action April 8th snd re- ~va,'~D me usual people busy w utmg 100 Blrdsell 5th ,- F;-, ~" " "'- " .... I . ' . ~:', .' _ " . ;~ , Icalves at side sold for $225 O0 i . , .... I ___:_, ' : : ..... I were' Glasco St John's of i by the daylight saving time [ turned to duty April 16th. 13~l- Web, sle~m.a~toonar~ c~o~C coo-ton, t raoe. mcnaro fine upm[a pair. ButcherCows sold] Mr. ano tvtrs. JO!m ~. ~vlag- 680 re.lay: ~st ~. t~iroseu, [Beloii Beloit 'Minneapolis as-I federal act, which directs all]met wrote the fellow[rig to hts ties y e' e -i wne~Crn~l well" Bgetting ~n{.~lr Imost y from $15 00 to $17 50 [nusson of 1041E. 7tn, ~uperlor, IS. ,Bartsch, L. Clawson, M, ]borne Bell.viii. Downs Smith lresidents to advance their [parents: "From the looks of '• .... ig ', ,, s. r~y a erg nao me i Larger consignors were [~eprasKa, w!u arts.rye meir [l~ulty~ z:,~a.t~. . [Cente'r Lincoln 'and Mankato. i clocks one imur April 29 for" a t things, the monsoons have ,• . -~w,'xD- ~ netp. at her attractive laugh i t.narne ............ Anulews ~-,uy r~ouer i~omen weuoing Anniversary i 180 low hurdles'. Nulty, 2no', i_ " ' t)~" n " ' ...... ,rson too~ a I ~.,neriod of six' months" each,' • .year, I started' , It rains" everyday with- [ A styhsh woman is always 1 term choosing her groceries [~ ......... ~".. ........... ' ]with Open House from 2'30 [ Varney 3rd Iu°acn o o ~noei . I " " I)~.. ’...' , ........ ".._ g..,.::"r " love i'h h "~ ~ ......... : i ,~a~et ,-xua,.a, ,.~c.am ~,x,:~vxu.- / ,-, . ' I ' " Igroup oI nays tO me meet. i .................. i uu~, ~a~. • aupIJU~C ,you ~t~w ~t m w ~ erselt. ~aw ~vliss ~v~ane ~app ano i .~ , ...... ip m to 5'30 p m ~un~ay, Discus" Seamans 3rd I ...... I~ ......... ~ ........ ~ t,mt hurt the 8th of ~nril" tt [~ -MAB IMrs P~',,! Huff ..... ~-;.a .[ray, t)me noaro, rrancm/^" .... • ,~,, • " I ;.£ ;,;;.]',,, I The following ManKato ntnl~,,uau~ ................ I" . . - . "°~ ' ~ F t .... ). • .... OLIIUUII/fllI. ~lU~U AL~LUWII, D~=I| ' rade I~O s place~* . .~onert -- ,, . ~ .... ~ ,.~.~ [ asnonrsalormofughness nice vslt wgh Mrs Elton GIII-[~',4.~ uz.,,,~...,, ........ ~...i Nogifts, please. I Mile relay' Jewell 2rid [g Y • , ". ] ........ ,- [,athcr luck" If " h"a ~'~ . . r, ua.|~, vva~cl" .xu.awav, o,,.. ' ' " " ' " In Mr ancI iVlrS LAa ton IIU ties ~ 3" ~, n~,a ~-ma ID intolerable we have to lett. Mrs. Glllett will complete I;.-'~ .......... ; .,. / I /Wakefield, 3ro, nigh ju P, I • '." Y g i .......... g'..--r- : .............. '-- I .......... I waken. ~ln nouer, ~ale leg- / la'a~/o" lot Formosa r, ansas announce I anomer nalz inca over z ~gla m~all~t~ 11, Uv~Ey ~IX IIIUII~LI~. tfle WOrk at the L~oncoi'o[a Jun- r " ~ o .~ . , . . , MAB- liar Coil.-. in June She ",as [11"5, Walt and John Dillon, [ i I 1 . / 880 Relay (Rodney Hancock, [the engagement of their daugh-I have kissed my right eye goad- - ~ • --* • • • • b e As it was it ust ca t ,. ........... I IChuck Fogo, I. Brummer, Ar-/r n r [ i /Mike Simon John Dewey and It.r, Miriam, at Denver, Colo. I y , , j tl~ Legist, chang to me ra,mo talk]awarded a ,t~'o-yea~ .scho!ar- iihur Cockroft Dick and Mur-i I, vm I IIV II t ,l llR [Steven Dodd) 3rd 1"53 1' tee Dwight B Marsh I)enver [the side of nay face They l~alt uotmpg ana.a ntt!e ooy isnlp a.t.wasn usn umfers)ty, Ilia Nielsen 'Max Thompson i II IMIlIll l l l qMIl i IMlI1 l] / 440 Relay'iBrad' Ha'as.n, ]Cole son of'Mr an i Mrs C']about a half dozen stitches In Nt Leo as saylng: ", am go g ann win enrou mere mis tan, ' " " ~ " ..... • " it Also at a smll ' ~get all the education i can..IWandaHowardhadthehelpof[~or~n.~liMt£ah~nos. Arn~ed W~lll~,[ ~1~ -- liB• ]David Badger, Warren Ncw Me: 'co. ltl/e ie= itgis still i~thg;:ee,~.in ~en I will sit down and let lh ...... ~,,~ ..... i. ,~.,.;,~,~ I~ au ~'t, tes a u "c ,/ UAdI~4i~AI~ I~vEl:y.~rJr-,~ ]roy and Kirk Ost): 4th 56/ lvnss hughes zs a grauuate ~. • ..= It ' , . . ,, I;' ......... :~ .... L; ":', ~' ..... ",',~ I Jerry Van Pelt Joe Tobes / rll'~lI~_! II till I I 7.-1 lIJ~ /~...' /of Mankato High School of ldoctnrs said it would work ottt iqe government take care at I ner groceries, - went to soum I m...., m....];r’ r~:.'.. ~.,.:** u..' ! /V~I~IlVl I ~ L tl/l_k'~t~t-~ /~='-' . , / ....... :. ,-. ' in tim" It "-'"sn'* *"" ~..a r e " af --ws- ~,,p,-., ~u..-~u,~, ,~a~- The following 7th graoe nays tvlanKato, lx'ans, arm me ~rown =. wa ~ ,,,, ,,,... , • MS to the K and C C" e for wa ck in th ' l t P .... I ....... laid Totten, Larry and Vernon I The Jewell County Farm gher Mankato School; and/nl..,,.~. Mit,,~ Pme,~t~ shot/Mackie School of Business, Sa• ] 's ba e fie d he 16th. -LVlAI~- supper, lxamerlne ano ~ora • . , ' , ~. ........... ~ .... , . . let ............ noticed .... IMcChntock ]Bureau Safety Committee an- Eric Nelson Kenneth Relter/put 4th 34'5" /hna Kans. She is employed It was a booby Lrap that g~t ICll opOnalng i,, un nave so much more room tnan • . . ' " , , ' ' • .. , • • ....... i ..... [ The buyers hke these fresh[nounces the following wlnner~Jand Dane Rogers, Montrose[ oo. ~,.,,,., ~a,~ t~o,.~ner [by the tenn Mutual Lit. In- me. Get this, It was a home- ~'resmems message imey all so can serve many 1 11 " ' I Oou .~c,.y ~..,.. ....... made "ob m d out o a IP~ .............. Icountry catt e that we se so/in the county-wide Safety Post- J School /o..o,o ~;m.,, ~.a~,~ ~.naen Isurance Company in Denver I ' J a e f eoke ,one oi me alarming signs at more people Sn riey Gal'mc~ .. '. ~ - • ~,,,,,~ ........................ " • ' ,, tl ....... i • . ". • .... ill you are thinking of selhng, ]er Contest / First and second place post- thoU ~.n ~'.,~,~ w.i],~r~ 5th [Cole can The many friends of the r Llriqes was tne laCK at re- IS a Ilne waitress anti i nao ." , . ' ' . - ,,,.-, --.. .......... , , • . . . ' ........... - ............... l .............. Iglve us_a_call. I m sure we [ First placewinners wei~.]ei's have been sent to Man-[..aa ~ l Mr Marsh ~s a graduate of Rothchllds are glad tO knOW ~un m~ wee~ ~u ,t u~,=- me company o[ MISS ~oeiaioe ~.u~..,. ,~t ' • ~a ........ [ ..... ' " "* ican satisfy you. If you are]Roger Reiter Becky Pete.tel hattan where they will cam-| [Whither High School Whtttter I that Delmer is ~nkt.g It $1~lS. .nuance part oi me presl- t~egnler wnue we ate. ~wlss . '. -- ' • • ' r ~nt'~ ,~t.*,, nr ,h~ lTninn mes-]~,,~, i~,~n~,,~ .., ....... n ]needing stock cows and calves !and Henry Smith from Mont-/pete in the State wide Farm [~.a ~..o~l. la .... I.. ]Calif, attended the University t factory re.eve y. , [::"" ",~" .... "%, ":7 "~ ,7 - L I Fee"'~' .... "~, ~'~"~. ",~"~"'Y 1 we will have them this coming rose School , J Bureau Safety Poster Contest / ................... / of Colorado and was in thel -- ge nis preolCtlOn Ol a hUe- Irom nays where sne nao at- . • ' • • . . , : . ' --- ' . ' ' ' ~e* :~--i.a ,h ....... ' fiscal[,,.-a~a., ,,,-, ....... ,~.~. ]Friday, April 28. The ruris,are[ Second place Winners were:/ The postet~s receiving honor-'[ ,m,,~ 9.a c..a. Brownies /United States Aw Force. He]Cub Scouls- Oen 1 ~'b....f 19R 7 hlillan dnll'~r" ..,,4 i*:..., a .... .1 ~ ..... .~ u..a....., [about over if you need cattle Becky Diamond Lovewell, able mentloil are bOW on dis-/ ...... ,, .... ~...;, ,~a ,~ ,h,~[ is also employed by the [ enn[ ',-----~ next fiscal year of laS[and Mr and Mrs. Mull'eli[!°r gr ss, yOU ,had bet!er be]School_;. TIm Waldron, Man-[play the Jswell CountY| t 0$ ,’ hrch. The Brown-!MutualkLlfe urance com-i. De, l.w. on the: atty.n Era;.._ .~..u ..... a ....~ ....... '~ I c,....~..~.. ".~,., ....... "an .... a lnuying them, bee you In t e ka~p $’/~ool; ano claCK tyler, Farm l~tlreau office, ano me ~:, all lr.~l.~tt r, wn~. #h~iv ndnnt pany t~enx er, t..oio. I lantern thiS monul. ~IolI{UI~ r-stun uuiaat~ ,auk ut•A~ yea, o m uta.a|n oo~ ,,cat no..,.t.a.u m "' n Frida , .--~- i'. ,~ . , , , ..... ,.o =., .v.,,.,.,..,.,~ ......... ~--- _ - ...... , , ....... Qe ........ • "-:':~n dol I .......... 1 auctlo ' Y I M0ntr0se bcnooi i ptn31ic is invites to view tnem -.~ *--.-- 'Ph~ Rrnwnios and I A JUne weomng 1s pmnneo. I Apru zq we llnlsne{l our wl~n IlClt Wnl ne tl.t tuntu - i lvtrs, taowaro Cole ano ivlr. / ~ i ~A_ , " I ' " ' ] t~u '~.t-~, ...~ .......... " , , _ ' .... . o larkFurther his nrediction and Mrs Bill Hainv of Esbon ] VAIL McCLINTOCK Those receiving honorableA total of 87 posters were'leader walked over to the .......... I nouses. ~aen o[us p4antt~ it' '" ' " ~" ' ~ " n ' " h " ttlaL ............... Lne umct~ m.~;~ .~--ar will] .~,'~ .... ~,,~..*--~*~o- ..u,e.sC~*~,"=T-,,*;'~,=.~]~ .,,~,~e,~ Simpson, Kans. Ime tlon were Steven Smlt, ] entered in our contest and dur-. , h,...,..~ .... ...~ J-],~-,~ Rtout....~_. .... Jumnina t Hanov Dozen C ub Supper,_ ~ ___ ]patch, of grass, then huiRa be a ~ ~.m;.... a..no.~ [ ...... ~ollo ~,~.~ a~ ..... a~. i BOB ISAAC Jewell School; Janice Cock-ling the coming months we hope . ....... i~,,o,~ for their t_ ]fire and toasted marshmall0wa~ i Just a'"ve'r;"f'ew"years ago ]lock~, Bhl"Bea'le~'Mr"~and Mi~sl [ Mankato, Kans, raft, Burr Oak School; Ken-Ito display more of them. i game. ~e sai~oqr Brownie [ The Happy Dozen Club met ]Greg Hamilton conduct,ed tl~ , neth Walker and Duane Beau for a 6 30 su er at the Butts flag ceremony and tOld I~1 It ~residents were trying to keeP IPeter Rafferty, Mr. and Mrs. / - ' ' "1 j Promise and the Flag Salute. I ' ':' ,' PP "' ''" I ' " . . [he national budget under 100 i Paul Huffman, Guy Carter and i Wichita Among more than I Keel-aid and cookies were 1o Roam Monday evening, Ap-I st°hriY to help complete ltta billion dollars and everyone IMr and Mrs Cloyd Myerly - 1400 members of the Kansas .......... West Wa nut E H U. i served by Patryce Stout to I ril 24. Mrs. Russell Hooker was [ ac mvements, • ' " " ' As 'n nd D C A uau r~v. -~a " " " a mest The remainder of the l Reporter Was worried about deficit]Stayed at the cafe so long ICh]ropractlc . s . a ..... ,10 Brownies, 2 leaders and 2 g ,. . -- • ~l~ending. Ithat the places of business up- i Auxiliary expected to convene all ~,~.a~-~ ..... i,.~ ~n Mrs. Harry Wilbeck was has- I tag-slangs. Trudi Taylor was I evening was spent at the home I --~ .................... e..~e... . • • " • - • 1 ' 1 ' Today, our country 1s over I town had all closed - Itad no lin Wlchlta May 4-6 will be Dr. ~n ........... tess to the West Walnut E H U i our make beheve birthday I at Mr. and Mrs. Russ. 1 Wa k- I Baptist Women s l ' ..ankara unlileu ~cnool l~lS- ' .... s lenn Grout ~00 billion dollars in debt bud Iplace to go so came home land Mrs. J. R. Cortner of ............... .... April 5 at her home in Man-~queen for her birthday June er. Mr. andMr .G ,IMisslonary Union , • ' ' ill ' ' . ~rlct ~o. ,.m wulgoon oayugn~ d co )residt nts ~ts are proposed which w I and getting my SatLirday night Imankato Kansas ........ kate 11 members answered' 30 She was crowned by our Sr, were elect. ' -( , ' ,'1 crease this deficit by more Iwritten ready to go on the ] The annual state convention savings ume monaay, ~vtay ~, roll call with a favorite Bible : past queen Mildred Hulbert. I for next year. The next meet- ! The ladies of the Rapt[st • • • . .... ** a.ou.. • ' ' a , • ' ' 1)' ' ' " " lhons each year and little ff I copy hook Monday morning. Ith~s year is a hlghhght of Na- verse. There were two guests, The Brownies then went up- mg will be a Mother s . ay [ Women s Mm, smnar₯ U~ ~y notice is taken. I - It[anal Correct Posture Week," I Mrs. Merl Reed and son, Mi- stairs where they learned how I dinner party Sunoay, ~vzay ta, [I met at the church Mo~d~, Spending in the war effort[ Before Saturdav Night [May 1-7, sponsored hy the Jewel .~ount.y Democrat chael Dean, very much wel-to make beds. Thank you notes I ................ April 24th, and we n.t to th0 necessary and cannot be] Last week I missed an in-[American Chiropractic Ass'n. women's Clue come. Besides Michael Dean, 'were written to Mr. Ball and Limestone Valley 4-H [County Farm where cr~y U~- duced under present condi-[teresting news note. While at Ito stress good posture as a -- the children present were Eu- Mr. Basart. We discussed our l - led ice cream and cookies. We ,,c The Jewell County Women s re o h )as. In fact, it prohably will [tending the State Federation of Ibasic requisite to robust health , ' gene and Kathy Morris, and first aid kit and each girl de- I My Favorite Flower was the~ ~turned t t e church for our crease. But, a reduction in [ Women's Clubs I failed In men- [though frequently overshadow- Democrat Club will mect Tuck- Kimma Sue Winslow Mrs cided what they could bring ] roll call at the Limestone Val- [ meeting. Our Sunbeam ~114 r day, May 2 at the home of • ~mestic spending could and ~tion that the Athena Club of led by today's emphasis on d'et , Doyle Silsby read an "article for it. I ley 4-H Meeting, April 17. Gaill is making May Baskets to'~k0 tould be put into effect. [ l,'ormoso had four of their land exercise. Mrs. Rena.Ellers.. A goodd" at: from Extension News concern- Reporter. I Bartley led the group in sing-i to the Wilbeck Rest Home,:it~., | Millions, if not billions, are/members attending, Mrs Ger-/ Featured speaker at this tenoance is oeslrea. ~nal ing common poisonous plants. -- .... ing Curtis Shoemaker told County Farm. The ladies:'~ '~ I ~sted each year in programs ] aid James, Mrs. Jack Higbee, ]year's convention will be Dr. plans will be made for the Mrs. Virgil Warner treasurer MANY THANKS [ about the importance of ter- W.M.U. are going to furnMl .,| Ill first anniversary tea whlcn hich are failures. Most of the ]Mrs. Clark Howland and Mrs. !~loseph Janse, Lombard, ., ' ' . reported $20.00 donated to the I races in his Soil Conservation handkerchiefs for each basket , | o rt re s , r s nt of th~ National Col will be held May 20 at the t all Pro ect Talk Steve Van Horn and we will accompai%y the -called war on p ve y p - I Bill Thomas. Mrs. Jam,: ga~e I p e.'ide ~ ' " - ' , ~. ~ . ! . . hospital fund, as was agreed I sincerely apprecia e • [ j ' " • " ' ' , . . ~ ' | ns he has Buffalo ~oam ~v~rsvirginia S nb m n th ~ v 'ares are either duplicatio • i a fine report about junior club[leg, of Chiropractic w " • ' last month. Mrs. Doyle Silsby letters cards and gifts sent to[gave a demonstration in el.c- u ea s o e r mrs Stm- I or are n hrou hout the U S Docking willbe the guest ~ 1 and trlcal wlrln Carol Schmldt day, May 7th, and h~ve it | existing agencies " [work. The remarkable incide t i lectured t g ' " "" "~'' "li is invited gave a very interesting lesson me while in the hosp'ta I ' " ' g. ' i o t in En land South Africa and speaker me put)c son s monstrated how to dlaw and short program for each HOM~, mpl~tely unsuited for m s labour the Athena Club, was l' g' , " " • • on window treatments (home since I came to my ' I de .... i the areas of the country. ]that the club had 50 percent lather foreign countries on chir- -- furnishing No 2) with many home May God bless you all. showed some of her pictures Mrs, Judy Hesket gave file ~ometime, and we hope not lot their total membership pres- ]opractic practices. In observance of their wed- illustrations l'.esson's advice" " --Mrs. Cena Livers she had drawn for art appre call to prayer and asked that 0 late, this country will have lent at the state, which beats l .... ding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Dress your" windows with the ....... ciation. Crystal Van Horn gave we pray for our missiona~l~ , turn from a program ell all records. - Thursday, myI Contracts totaling $1,740,223. Lester Broyles were guests of same care for style and suit- Roy Hayes and Thelma Ly-Ithe Parliamentary. Barbara in Brazil. The program WaS' anned deficits that have been I daughter, Mary, took me tot awarded for l'w~provement on their children at the Buffalo ability that you give your ons were very pleasantly sur- I and Janice Schmidt de[non- prepared by Mrs. Opal Taylor :acticed for many years into] Courtland, and my sister, Win[- I Kansas highways at Junction Roam at noon on Sunday, Ap- clothes. Minicurtains, maybe? prised Thursday when the tel I strated how to measure cook- - "Home and Foreign Misslotm realistic program that will] fred Stoics, and I went to Man- ] City on April 6, have been ap- ril 23. Those present were: Lesson leaders were selected lowin~ came to spend the ev- I ing ingredients. Mary Frances Work of the Brazilian Bapt~ ~)ay for itself as it goes." [hattan where we attended the]proved by the State Highway Mr. and Mrs. Donald Broyles, for~1968 The houseparty game eningY Rev. and Mrs. Geo./Holdren gave some interesting Convention". Mrs. Taylor W~ Although economists may ar- [ Theta Sigma Phi Matrix Tablet Commission according to John Linda, Steven, Debra, and Lori was won by Mrs Doyle Silshy Bells" Richard and Karen, Mr.t suggestions on how to give assisted by Mrs. I-lest, t, Mt.s.~ otherwise, there is no sub-]Banquet. - Had a visit with[Montgomery, highway direc- of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. The hostess served delicious and ~Irs. Loren Roberson, Mr.]demonstrations and project Jim Gunter and Mrs. Llnois .~for a sound fiscal econ-I Dorothy Beeler formerly of/tar The awards include Wm Peugh Tamers and Sus- refreshments with a spring- and Mrs Don Mclean and[ talks, The group divided into Millstead, who asked questtetta Some day someone will[ Jewell.• Mrs. Beeler's daugh-[$729,341 for bituminous sealing an of Dodge City Mr. and time theme q?he unit will meet Dixie Mr. and Mrs Everett/teams then co[rip.ted in sing such as these: to pay for our failure to[ ter, Rebecca Pitzgerald was[ on 348 m es of primary high- Mrs Larry David and Bruce with Mrs " Earl Winslow on Dobbins Mr. and Mrs. Earl/ing nursery rhymes for recrea- (1) How long have ~ra~ili~ government debt. / with her. Rebecca is employed] ways, the director said. of Manhattan; Mr. and Mrs. May 3rd. " • Buckleyl Sherry, Randy, Ran/tion. Next month we will have Baptists had Home sad For Garnett Review. I as a Public Relations director] One of the project locations Mike Mechsner; and Mr. and Mrs Sheridan Self, P.R.C. and Roger, Mr. and Mrs John] a tour instead of the regular eign Missions Board? [ in the East. - Roy Nay]or of] and bids is: Machine-laid Seal Mrs. Mannie Loomis. The day ' Parsons, and Mrs. Ethel Han- meeting, (2) Where are they locatl~l? [ Burr Oak stopped at our off[eel - 66 miles in Clay, Dickinson, was made complete by a tel.-Mrs. Lendell Graham, Man- wen all of Burr Oak Mr. and ---Becky Ritz, Reporter. (3) What led to the orgailtl- ° /to renew his subscription to/Ottawa, MePherson, Morris, phone call from the Nelsonskate, and Mrs. Pat Nulty of Mrs. Kenneth Dew, Red Cloud, ’ ................. ing of them? , ] tw Record. - Mrs. Murl Nel-] Jewell and Washington coun- of Casper, Wyo. who were un- Jewell spent Mother's Week- and Mr and Mrs Jason Loud- To Celebrate60th (4) Were they enthuslastlo . • . ~: .... . ? son was accompamed by her ties, to Gee. M. Myers, E1 able to be present for the oc- end April 22-23 at Smurthwalte ermllk of Superior. Refresh- Wedding Anniversary about it. The weather man turned on daughter, Celeste, brown-eyed Dorado, at $140.489.00; San- casion, House, Kansas State Univer- ments consisted of ice cream, (5) What types of missloi~ best charm for people who beauty, when she stopped at Ore Construction Co., Inc., sity, with their daughters, Ter- cookies and coffee. A lovely Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Waggon- works do they foster? (1) Mr. and Mrs. Bob Parsons, esa and Judy. They attended• gift was presented to Roy and er of 121 West 5th St., Fair- Teaching (2) Healing. and ($) on Mankato MS Saturday Again Ye Scribe started At noon the sun was although the air was nippy enough with north a bit chilly. - I went to Coffee Shop a little late for Saw Blanche Thomas. Fair, Oral Hart. and and Mrs. Charles Perking- the owners, and their chil- Barbara Ingraham gave prompt and efficient ser- and Sheryl Beck was on other customers. - I started Saturday ev- wlnd had gone dewn, the Record office. - Mrs. Wes Icy Moore was accompanied by her three year old son. Todd. Todd told me he had a sister, who was in school. - Lori Per- due. fairy looking little sprite, visited us with her mother, YIrs. John Perdue, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarnece Shook visited Mrs. Celia Shook at the Dick Rest Home in Smith Center• She is very weak and fratl. They also visited G. M. Shook at the Cozy Corner Rest Home in Downs. He remains about tlae same, McPherson. at $24.632.00: and Rhoades Construction Co., of Newton. at $140.922.00, for a total of $306.043.00. Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Under- wood and Chervl of Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Darus Henning- sen. Mrs. O. D. Noller. Mr and Mrs. Robert Ost, Kirk and Kim of Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arasmith of Jewell were ~uests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barrett and sons of Ran- dall on Sunday afternoon, whn were entertaining in honor of the April bktiid~ya, Cynthia, Curtis, Lorrie and the Miss Manhattan-K-State Gregory were Sunday dinner Pageant Saturday night. Sun- guests at the home of Bob's day they went to Blue Valley parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Grout made a trip to Lincoln, Nebr. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Ross of Mitchell, Nebr. spent the week- end at the home of her par- ent~. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Memorial Methodist Church. Mrs. Nulty and Mrs. Graham returned home Sunday even- ing. Word has been received by Mrs. G. S. Willard that Mrs. Cena Livers is recuperating as well as could be expected at the home of her son, Christo- pher. in Stapleton. Nebr. She still has quite a bit of pain in Thelma. Sandra Wilson, who is at- tending Bethany College at Lindsborg, visited Thursday at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson. San- dra accompanied a friend who will teach music in the Super- ior High School next year and visited her grandmother, Mrs. Lloyd Reed. in Superior. Mrs. Alice Gustin came home, from the Belleville hos- ~;ltal Monday. ’. bury, Nebr. will hold ()pen house in observance of their 60th Wedding Anniversary on Friday, May 5th. at Park View Manor Recreation Hall 121 West 5th St. Friends are invit- ed to call between 3 and 5 p.m. The couple formerly of For- mesa and Washington. Kans., request no gifts. Sixteen members of the local Rebekah Lodge attended a Re- bekah sheool of instruction at Jewell Monday afternoon and evening. Preaching. (6) How is the work flaaa~, ed? (7) What are some greatest needs of tha Brazil? (1) Learned (2) Language problem Money. --Rel~rt~ : Callers at Clarence the past week were MrL Hockett, Mrs. and Pamela, Mr. Claron Pax~n, and Henry Dieekor, gL, L L ' V' '