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TdDi SDAY Brings [ Given by Mrs. Clifford[m )omvlom/ WILL BE ]MHS Track Team Places I Library[ Jones. [ ll,~I BELOIT IVIAY 17 [ First in Track Meet -7----- [ For Elma Dykes Dulaney: New Books! These two [ How Good Is Your Taste - [ Surely the top news story" The Mankato High School are magic to many J Gerard; The Insects - Farb;[of this year and subject for Track team competed in a and adults in the[Evolution- Moore; Guide to ,~,ebate for many years to quadrangular track meet at iCy. Now it seems[Interior Decoration-Wright. come is the United States Jewell Thursday, April 21. n the most avid [Given by Mr. and Mrs. J. K. finvolvement in South Viet- The Mankato team scored 'ill be supplied with |Beachy. :ham. One thing is certain-- well and won its second ks For Effie Ellsworth: For- American servicemen, many meet of the season. The Lto City Library hasjever and a Day- Loring - from our community, are boys bettered four of their become a member~ Given oy NiL ann Mrs. veter fighting, bleeding, and dying team records for this year Kansas Libraries [Duerksen. there everyday, and placed first in severn] distributes books For Harve Fogo: He Came We can give these men events. the westernl From Galilee Poling - Kansas. A truck, [ Given by Mr. and Mrs. Eldon' y the group, deliv- ] Grout. s from ,the head-] For E. C. Greene: Flood -~ at Hoisington to 39' Warren; Voices of a Summe]: which are mem- Day - Shaw - giveq by NeIIe [the group. Every two on Saturday, the about 60 books City Library and ) about the same wh ch had been left ;vk is stop. The lib- not obligated to re- book in two weeks';, be kept as long as it : uSedrfo locally. The all ages -~ age, intermediate !:i: There is no for this service. is invited to the Library to or to. check out magazines for to the Man- Library, in me- ~ relatives & friends, a valuable ad- the book stock ~to readers in Jew- Books, given 1965, when gifts were pub- listed below: Beeler: Tricks : Fish - Blaisdell - neighbors and 3ngs of the Din- Allen- Given by Mrs. Gerald Kier. (Mrs. George) g Cakes - Snyder; y Cook- de's Book of - given by friends Bogenrief: A - Helen Hayes, ,Mrs. Robert Isaac. W. Boyd: Hotel Kids, Crime, and Ten Days New Life - Ed- Mrs. Frank New Illus. of Gardening - - GiVen by Mr. and ~. Boyd, Jr.; Read Costain; Pictor- of Knowledge, and Mrs. Mc- ~merican Her- Given by Boyd; Book of House Plants European Land - Duprey. ,Jim and Frances Evening of 1960; Rock- to Successful Practical Handy- ~pedia, given | anct: Mary Beth ~t Son - Ferber; the Falcon - r, given Elizabeth and Its Marvels, Mmal, Human - Dr:~ and Mar- Mill1 History - given by Boyd Hiss. Chandler: Don't There - Robb - Roy Chandler. Collie: Story Singers - by Mrs. R. B. H. E. Colson: Gibran - Longnecker. For Glenn Hale - My AI~-[ pointed Round - Day - Givea'l by Mrs. I. L. Lutz. For L. L. Henderson,: Procession - Gunther; The F. B. I.'s Most Famous Cas~s - Tully, given by Mrs. L. :L. Henderson. For George W. Hunting- ton: Constantino Brum~di, - Michel Angelo of ~he United States; Capitol - Murdock - Given by Helen Fern' Hines. For Glenn Kuiken: Clary- santhemum Book - Cu~am: ing - Given by Flower Lov- ers Club. For Lillian Moody: Story' of Royal Copenhagen Christ- mas Plates - Owen - Given by Miss Mary Hulse. our support in a very per- Team places and points sonal way, through the do- for each of the schools enter- nation of blood. Presently, ed were: Mankato 1st, 79 & whole fresh blood is suppli- 1-10 points; Jewell 2nd, 77 ed by the military through and 7-10 points; Burr Oak collections in the Far East. 3rd, 56 and 3-5 points; and This has produced an ade- Esbon 4th, 24 and 3-5 points. quate supply of that perish- The places and times for able commodity and saves each of the events are as fol- expensive shipping costs lows: from the States. But vital Jewell County Track Meet blood fractions can only be High Hurdles: 1. Jim supplied from this country. Nulty, .Jewell; 2. Jim Vat- The American Red Cross, ney, Jewell; George Sea- at the request of the Depart- mans, Jewell; 4. Grout, Man- merit of Defense, is collect- kato; 5. Steve Bartsch. 15.7. ing blood to be processed in- Pole Vault: 1. Roger Op- to the fractions Gamma Glo- linger, Jewell; 2. Rourke, bulin, used to fight hepatitis, Mankato; 3. Fogo, Esbon; which is a great threat in Conner, Mankato, G. Sea- Vietnam, and Serum Albu- roans, Jewell, T. Kadel, Jew- min, used in the treatment of ell, Fogo, Esbon, Stone shock caused by wounds. Burr Oak, tied for 4th and Unlike whole blood, these 5th. 9'. fractions are in extremely 100 yd. dash: 1. R. Oz- short supply and the need is mun, Mankato. 2. Ost, Burr increasing daily. They can- Oak, 3. May, Burr Oak, 4. not be obtained in the Far Flavin, Esbon, 5. Anderson, Esbon. 10.8. Neita Jones. For George Teeple: Gentlemen, Scholars and Scoundrels - Knowtes - Given by Mr. and Nfrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr.; Herbert Hoover - Lyons - Given by Mrs. Frank W. Boyd; Supreme Court - Tully - Given by Mr. and MrS. Mc- Dill Boyd; Fresh Water Bass - Bergman - Given by the Priscilla Club. For Marion E. Walker: To Live Again Marshall - given by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Swarner. For Myrtle Weltmer How Far To Bethlehem? - Lofts - Given by O. H. Wag- ner. Brownie Troop No. 26 April 18 Brownie Troop no. 26 walked to the library. Rachel Bales showed the Brownies things they don't see when they usually visit a library. She explained the "Adult" side, showed: where up and blood donated today kato; 2. Hesting, Burr Oak; will not be available in 3. Lamb, Esbon; 4. Bird- fractions for many, many sell, Jewell; 5. Lewis, Esbon. weeks. The Vietnam crisis 5:11.9. has drawn heavily on High Jump: Anderson, stockpiles of these deriva- Esbon and Ost, Burr Oak, fives, tied for 1st and 2nd; 3. The American Red Cross Spatz, Burr Oak; Birdselt, has been asked by the De- Jewell and Garman, Burr pertinent of Defense to coll- Oak, tied for 4th and 5th. '5" ect a quarter of a million u-' nits of blood for this pur- Mile Relay: 1. Man- pose. Some 58,000 units kato; 2. Burr Oak; 3. Jewell. have been collected to date. 1:38.4. !College students have been 440 yd. dash: 1. Ost, Burr the top donor group and Oak; 2. McNichols, Burr: more than 40,000 units have Oak;3. Howland, Mankato;i come from them. In doing 4. Wilson, Mankato; 5. S. i !this they have set an out- Bartsch, Jewell.56.05 standing example of corn- Low Hurdles 1. J. Nulty, munity service. With the Jewell; 2. J. Varney, Jewell; need for these blood frac- 3. T. Kadel, Jewell; 4. Grout, tions continuing, every indi- Mankato; 5. Skelly, Esbon. vidual civic and business 22.05. SCHOOL LUNCH MENU ]' Day Camp [ative Use of Leisure Time"] HONOR ROLL Week of May 2-6 [given by Mrs. Fay Vestal at[ Fsbon Rural High [ The Mankato Girl Scout[ the Extension Unit meeting[ Fifth Six Weeks Monday: Fried Chicken,[ Leaders and Lebanon Girl[ at the home .of Mrs. W. W. I Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, l Scout Leaders met together ] Gunn, Tuesday afternoon, [ To mak~ the honor roll Raisin Sauce, Celery, Rolls,[Friday morning, April 22, at[April 12. The retirement]student must have.at le Butter, Milk . [the home of Virginia Right-[years are the oroduct of at( [12 points with no grade 1 Tuesday: Ham and Split[mdier. The Lebanon Scouts[titudes developed in young-t low a B. With this systc Pea Soup, Potato Salad, Jel-]will attend Day Camp with[er years, and that part of it is possible to have rm lo Salad, Rolls, Butter, Milk.[the Mankato Scouts at the [life is just as interesting as than 12 points and miss 1 Wednesday: Beef and Veg- City Park in Mankato, June'we make it. A few sugges- honor roll with a C grade, etables, Corn Bread, Butter,]20 to 24, from 3:00 to 7:30 tions were: Music, a back- A is 4 points; B is 3 Carrot Strips, Cake, Nuts, p.m. Plans were formed for ground of music from a radio Seniors: Milk. books are repaired, and showed the old magazine storage. Mrs. Hamilton was Birthday Queen. Barbara Smith served refreshments to 15 Brownies and 6 new girls. The new Brownies are Kathy Powell, Corlene ! Lange, Joni Jacobs, Debra] Jensen, Tammy McCammon and Patricia Jonas. Marlis Jensen is the new assistant leader. Next Monday the third grade Brownies will visit the Junior Troop at the VFW Hall. Mrs. Aurelia Shook and Tamara Jo Shook called at Thursday: Hamburger and Macaroni, Creamed Corn, Buttered Potatoes, Rolls, Butter, Milk. Friday: Sandwiches, Hash Brown Potatoes, Jello, Cel- ery, Milk. CUB PACK 36 MEETING L Diamond, President Waugh, Vice President Fogo, Bookkeeper To Kramer, Director The Cub Scout Pack 36 meeting was held April 21 in the Community Building. Awards were presented to the following: The Lion badge was pre- sented to Billy Blackwood. A Bear badge, a gold arrow and two silver arrows were presented to Mark Bower- sox. A gold arrow and a sil- ceived two silver arrows. Wes Alexander received three silver arrows. Douglas Bennett received his 2-year star and a silver arrow point. Den 2 won the Attendance Lantern for having the high- est per cent of attendance at the Pack meeting. The opening of the meet- mg was the flag salute by Den 5. Den 1 had the pro- gram which was singing "She'll Be Coming 'Round The Mountain". The closing .was with all the Cubs in the Living Circle repeating the Cub Scout Promise. Webelos Day is Saturday, April 30, 1966, at the Boy Scout Camporee at Lovewell Reservoir. Cub Scouts 10 to 10 years of age are urged to attend regardless of what rank they are in Cub Scouts. County Postmasters Meet The following Jewell CountyPostmasters were guestsof Host Postmaster and Mrs. Ted French of Jamestown on the evening of April 20. A steak dinner organization should be guid- Discus Throw: 1. Sea- was served by the Dotson ed by their example to give roans, Jewell; 2. Ozmun, ~Cafe of Jamestown: at every opportunity. Mankato; 3. Kitts, Mankato;[ Mr. and Mrs. James S. i The. BModmobileLwill be 4. Wanklyn, Jewel};,5. Ed-[McCormick, Burr Oak; Mr. in Beloit May 17 from 9:30- wards, Jewel/. 126 6 . and Mrs. Bruce R. Corrick, 1:30. Plan now to give. 880 yd. run: 1. Marr, Esbon; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph The Red Cross Bloodmo- Esbon; 2. Birdsell, Jewell; 3. Bohnert and Mr. and Mrs. bile comes to all surround- Clegg, Mankato; 4. Fearing. ing towns and it is the wish Burr Oak; 5. Loomis, Man- of VFW Post No. 7830 and kato. 2:13.7. ~ Auxiliary that EVERYONE Javelin: 1. Tyrell, Man- will take advantage of the kato; 2. Spatz, Burr Oak; 3. opportunity to give. Most Seamans, Jewell; 4. Kitts, people can give every three Mankatoi ,5. German, Burr months. Any questions about Oak. 169 9 '. the program may be answer- Medley Relay: 1. Burr ed by calling FR8-3757, Mrs. Oak; 2. Mankato; 3. Esbon Lyle Rightmeier, Jewell Co. 4:03.1. Blood Program Chairman. 220 yd. dash: 1. Ozmun, Mankato; 2, Nulty, Jewell; Mrs. Harlan Lake of Ta- 3. McNichols, Burr Oak; 4. coma, Washington called Ost, Burr Oak; 5. Grout, her brother, Ed Diamond, to Mankato. 23.7. tell him of the death of his Broad Jump: 1. Birdsell, cousin, Fred Diamond. Fred Jewell; 2. Varney, Jewell; 3. is a former resident of Jew- Spatz, Burr Oak; 4. Lange, Jon B. Menhusen, Vice Pres.- Cashier D. K. Balch, Assistant Cashier Howard L. Appleby, Director Condensed Official Statement of Of Mankato, Kansas at the close of business on April 5, 1966 LIABILITIES Capital Stock - Common Stock $ 50,000.00 at the University of Kansas have been honored for their academic achievement by election to Phi Beta Kappa, national honor society in the liberal arts. Each has earned a grade- point average of approx- imately 2.5 or higher through seven semesters at K. U based on a scale of A is 3.0 and B is 2.0. Initiation ceremonies will be at noon on Commence- ment Day, June6, followed by a luncheon in their honor which their parents may at- tend. Most of the new Phi Beta Kappas are seniors in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences but others are chosen if their studies meet the distribution require- ments of local chapter in re- gard to the liberal arts. Catherine A. Waldron, the of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Waldron of 501 N. Center, Mankato is one of the seniors who earned this high honor. Laura Van Dusen Stone of Longview, Texas visited xe- cently with Melvin Kindler. They were schoolmates Mrs. George Queen, Jewell; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle E. Rafferty and Mrs. Ruby Hale, Man- kato; Mrs. Harry Higbee, Formoso; and' Mr. and Mrs. Elven Leece, Lovewell. Also present from Cloud county were Mr. and Mrs. Cal L. Johnson of Kackley, and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Farmer and Lorreen Stouffer and hus- band of Jamestown. A nice film was shown by Retired Mail Carrier and Mrs. Sam Long of James- town. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Rohla spent Wednesday in Clay Center visiting their son, O. R. Rohla, Jr. and family. A main attraction seemed to be Otto Rohla III, now about Shree years old. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Endsley, Mary and Mike, of Salina were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lay- land and Donna. HAVE YOU CHICKS? various activities, including bike hike, folk dancing, ov- ernight, Fly-up, flag cere- monies, and a program for parents on the final night. Those who attended" from Lebanon were: Vinita Buett- genbach, Cadette Leader; Loretta Flynn, Junior Lead- er; Mary Jean Seems, Com- mitteewoman; and Gladys Kennedy, Brownie Leader. Those from Mankato were Libbie Crangle, Cadette Leader; Virginia Rightmeier, Junior Leader; Jean Harffil- ton and Marlys Jensen, Brownie Leader. A birthday cake for Jean Hamilton was baked by Marlys Jensen and served to the group. White Rock Hustlers Photography Meetings Three photography meet- ings have been held by the White Rock Hustlers 4-Hers They were on March 23 and April 6 and 13. One of the main projects that is being worked on is that of assem- bling photography boxes which will be on display in Burr Oak on April 30. These boxes contain such items as camera, film, flashbulbs, negative files, any needed 4-H records in a special notebook, and extra equip- ment such as lens cleaner or a flash attachment. All of the members, along with their leader, Mrs. Runyon, hope to learn how to take better pictures and take bet- ter care of photos already taken. ---Renee Silsby, Rep. Surplus 50,000.00 Undivided Profits 25,324.03 Deposits 1,305,886.54 RESOURCES Discounts $ 560,820.56 : Building, Furn. xt. 16,228.29 States Bonds 626,537.84 Bonds 44,100.00 and Exchange 183,523.88 Resources $1,431,210.57 Total Liabilities $1,431,210.57 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Richard : White Rock Hustlers The White Rock Hustlers held their regular monthly meeting on Monday, April 11, in the Methodist Church. It was decided that the club would hold a bake sale on May 7, the day before Moth- er's Day. A project talk en- titled "Do You Know How To Give A Project Talk?" was given by Cathy Gates. Renee Silsby gave a demon- stration on how to make a unique case for your sun glasses. Music appreciation was given by Heather Korb. or record player can relieve the monotony of humdrum tasks. Time spent reading can be the most profitable time we use if we select good material and analyze all we read. If you like hand work, how about ceramics? Double your enjoyment by making gifts for, friends. What is more creative than stitching up a dress for a little moppet or knitting a sweater for a favorite grand- son. Whatever hobby you may fancy, the important thing is to feel that you are doing something worthwhile and enjoying doing it. To be an interesting individual, one must be interested in something. Three guests, Mrs. LeRoy Baringer, Mrs. Jess Wilson and Mrs. Verlan Broyles, and eleven mem- bers were present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Bernice Peed on May 10. 2nd Grade Brownies April 25, the 2nd Grade Brownies played "Giggling Gertie". Darci Blecha served refreshments to 4 Brow,~ies, :4 who will be Brownies, and a visitor, Vickie Junker They acted out the "Secrel of the Brownies" and learn- ed some Brownie signs and songs. Each made a May Basket. The meeting closed with the Brownie Tunnel. Jane Marie Henningsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coburn Henningsen of Be- loit and a senior in the Be- loit High School, was chosen for the $25.00 scholarship from the Beloit Business and Professional Women's Club. Jane Marie plans to enter Beauty School in Manhattan at the close of this school year. Sandra Nebel, 4 As, 1 B Juniors: Janice Bartley, 1 A, 4 Leta Havice, 3 As, 2 B~ Dixie Obert, 2 As, 3 Bs " Linda Reinert, 2 As, 4 Bs Kenneth Voboril, 1 A, 4 Bs Donald Whelchel, 2 As, 3 Bs Sophomores: Ruth Blattner, 2 As, 3 Glenda Hatfield, 1 A, 4 Terry Vobori], 3 As, 2 Freshmen: .~ Susan Adam, 5 Bs Jay Andersen, 2 As, 3 Ricky Boiler, 5 Bs Sharon Johanek, 5 Bs Kay Kriley, 3 As, 2 Bs Cheryl Peroutek, 4 AS, 1 1] ---Clay W. Brown, Prin. HONOR ROLL Jewell Rural High School Fifth Six-Week Period w Seniors: Nola Everson, 3 As, 2 Alan Varney, 3 As, 2 BS Diane Wilson, 4 As, 1 B Juniors: Marsha McIntyre, 1 A, 3 Bs Jim Varney, 1 A, 4 Bs Robert Wilson, 1 A, 4 Sophomores: Steve Bartsch, 2 As, 3 Alan Birdsell, 1 A, 4 Kerma Headrick, 4 As, 1 Mike Nulty, 1 A, 3 Bs, 1 Barbara Saint, 5 As Lynn Spooler, 2 As, 2 BS, 1C Freshmen: Lynn Bass, 1 A, 3 Bs, ! C Jerry Wilson, 5 Bs Clarence Shooks received word this week that little grandson, John Clar ence Shook, son of Mr. Mrs. Bill Troostwood Road, City, Mo. had the tune to break his collarbone in a fall from a divan. FIRST PICK YOUR DEALER THEN PICK YOUR USED CAR OUR FINANCE PLAN IS TAILORED TO MEET YOIJ~ FARM INCOME BY THE MONTH She read some about Chopin and then played a piece 1964 BUICK WILDCAT cornposed by him. Sharon 4-DOOR SEDAN. Power brakes, power steering, fac- Garman gave an interesting tory air, One local owner, safety talk. For other pro- gram Debbie Benjamin and 21,000 miles. Like new. 1964 PONTIAC CATA- Mary Anderson played a i LINA 4-DOOR SEDAN. trumpet and clarinet duet. One owner. Driven only After the meeting, refresh- 22,000 miles. Power, factory ments were served by Ben- jamins and Gilletts. air, etc. Priced to sell. --Renee Silsby, Rep. 1964 PONTIAC BONNE- VILLE 4-DOOR STATION WAGON. Full power, fac- Webber E. H.U. tory air conditioner. Hydra- ---- matic, etc. Very clean. Pric- What will you do with ed to sell. your 20 bonus years? The 20 1964 BUICK WILDCAT years added to the average 4-DOOR SEDAN. Power life expectancy are bonus ~ steering, fac- years~, :R' is up to each indi' ~, local owner. vidual to d~de whether 21,000 mil~. Like new. they will be tucked into the 1964 PONTIAC CATA- middle of our lives or added LINA 4-DOOR SEDAN. One to the end. This was the owner. 18,500 actual miles. theme of the lesson on "Cre- Power steering, etc. Sharp. 1963 PONTIAC BONNE- 4-DR. VISTA. Full i power, factory air,low i mileage. Very sharp. 1962 BUICK ELECTRA 4-DOOR. Full power, fac- tory air, a good clean car. One local owner 1962 PONTIAC CATA- LINA 4-DOOR. One owner, 17,975 actual miles. Hydra- matic, etc. Extra sharp. 1962 PONTIAC CATA- LINA 4-DOOR SEDAN. Very clean. Automatic, re- Order them now so that our hatchery may serve you better in supplying the kind you want, when you want them. Place your or- der at your earliest convenience by stopping in. BREEDS THAT WE CAN GET: WHELPS - 937 GHOSTLY PEARL - 63 TOP CROSS ' CALIFORNIA WHITE WHITE LEGHORNS BROILERS Market Analysts see a better year ahead in the Poultry Business. Order Early at ~,(> ---- - BY THF.YEAR dio, etc. Lots of good left. 1962 FORD FAI: V-8. Standard drive. A clean car 1962 FORD GALAXIE DOOR SEDAN. Low nil,~, age. Clean. Standard driVe.~ 1961 CHEVROLET (o! BEL AIR 4-DOOR. O~t" drive, radio, etc. Priced tO: sell. 1961 CHEVROLET 'PALA 4-DOOR HARD Automatic, Radio, ~tc, Priced to sell fast. 1961 FORD 4-DOOR. cyl. Automatic, Clean. good buy. 1961 ; Custom, ipower brakes, very Ready to go. 1960 BUICK LeSABRE DOOR. Air, automatic, Clean inside & out. right. 1959 BUICK 4-DOOR. Power and air. 1959 RAMBLER (6) DOOR WAGON. Clean. good low priced one 1958 PONTIAC V-8. Automatic, Nice. 1955 BUICK 4-DOOR. good low priced car. 1941 CADILLAS SEDAN. V-8. Stick. inside and out. A )iece. "0 TRUCKS AND PICKUPS 1962 CHEVROLET 2-I TON. 8.25x20 tires, V-8. 2-I speed LWB. 196i GMC 2-TON TRUCK. 15 foot bed with stock racks. 8.25x20 tires, 2 speed axle. Good hoist. Very clean. Priced right. 1960 CHEVROLET TON. 8.25x20 tires. ply. 2 speed LWB. 1956 GMC 2-TON 13 foot bed, hoist, tires, 2-speed axle. V-8 or. Priced right. BELOIT, KANSAS OUR, ATION IS YOUR