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i APRIL' 28, 1966 5! ~ (/!j/ii!~!~!!! 5 / ~i:!r ~ ii:i to right: Mrs. James B. Pearson, Mrs. Jack Burr Oak, Mrs. Calvin James, Jewell. ~ '~I'!~F, ~ ',i~ to right: Mrs. Brad Judy, Montrose, Mrs. James to right: Mrs. Frank W. Boyd, Mankato, Mrs. B. Pearson. Meeting Honors James Pearson coffee meeting, honor- James Pearson, the of U. S. Senator James was held at the 24- Cafe in Beloit Friday ling, April 22, 1966. fifty women from and Mitchell counties The hostesses )m Staley Mrs. Harold Bothwell Kenneth Millard of Lin- coln was injured when his J~WELL COUNTY;~CORD, car went off the road about four miles east of the Web- ber Cemetery last Wednes- day evening. He sustained facial lacerations and a broken rib. He spent the night in the hospital in Sup- erior and was released on Thursday. Mrs. ttarold Bothwell en- tertained with a "Come As You Are" coffee Thursday morning. Guests were Mrs. LeRoy Baringer of Seattle, Mrs. Fern Workman of Hardy, Mrs. Leslie Jensby, Mrs. Fay Vestal, Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mrs. Lester Sawyer, Mrs. Emma Gillen, Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell, Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mrs. W. W. Gunn and Mrs. Eleanor Cris- pin. Mrs. Tom Dahl and Mrs. A. W. Wilson were hostess- es to the WSCS meeting at the church last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Marvin Webber led devotions and Mrs. Dale Crispin gave the 10SHOrt. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Angle of Manhattan spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn and Mr. and Mrs. John Angle in Sup- erior. Mr. and Mrs. Fay" Vestal were dinner guests Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson at a cafe in Man- kato. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Saw- yer went to Topeka on Fri- day and returned Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensby enjoyed an anniver- sary dinner at a cafe in Man- kato, Wednesday evening, in honor of the Vestals' wed- ding anmversary. Wylie Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Eleanor Crispin went to Concordia on Sunday af- ternoon to visit their sister, Christean Davenport, who had undergone surgery last week. Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broytes called Friday even- ing on Mr, and Mrs. A. W. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben John- son and family attended the Blue Valley Conference of the Mission Coventer Church at Clay Center, Sunday. They were guests of an uncle, Con Johnson, for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Percy lepton called Friday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal. Mrs. Toby Kramer of Mankato spent Sunday af- ternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gibbon and Shelly of Bostwick were supper guests Tuesday even- ing of Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Russell. Mrs. Steve Ordick of Mid- land, Pa and Mrs. Run Kon- valin were coffee guests of Mrs. Darrell Reed on Thurs- day morning. Arden Russell, who is sta- tioned at Fort Riley, Karts spent the weekend at the ~,~R~,llX ~, [ home of his parents, Mr. and N~'~.~, ,~~~-~[Mrs. Charlie Russell: ~~t, ~ /i/li~]l ~,:ll[~:] The Executive Committee ~k]p~~ti[~lof the WSCS met at'the ~"O, ~ ~d~~~ t~' ':tlI~ [ church Monday afternoon to r ! 'lllUll [make out the spring reports. . -. N~~~'~h] Mrs. Frederick Thomas ~.~. ~~~.[ and Mrs. Sarah Russell call- ~ ~i/"~ "~f~ ,- =~;;:=.~ ". . ~,~.~!~ai~t~.l=;~0~-~/, ~[ m the Belmt hospital Sunday I afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cun- ningham, Mr and Mrs ~*.'-~*)D,~*~- ~[ Floyd Davidson and Patricia, ~, ~- ~l] [4~I~$I~[~,~,DZ/g~ I and Mrs. Chuck Diamond at- ~:~- kr-~r2 Y/-," v~ Y:: ~--~ , ~]~t~~~~l tended the Appaloosa Horse Sho,strong stalks--strong shanks.less fodder , DeKalb XL's are bred for all of the above combine character- istics, Grain shells clean from firm, solid cobs. With XL's shortei', stronger stalks, less fod- der goes through the combine. Put more grain in the bin--more money in the bank. *'DEKALB" is a Registered Brand Nan XL Numbers are Variety Designations. from Jewell County were More Farmers Plant Mrs. Calvin Jam~s, Jewell; Mrs. Jack Dyers, Bun" Oak; ne/ce/~t~ennnv ~1~1~2~ and Mrs. Brad Judy, Mont- etbarBrand. rose. DAVID DEMARAY Mrs. Pearson was accom- panied by Mrs. Richard Burr Oak 587-3527 Rogers of Manhattan. Mr. KENNETH DODD Rogers is the state cam-lEsbon 725-3427 paign manager for Sen.[ HOWARD ELNIFF Pearson. [ 428 - 3611 I New grind-andqa:ix program ends guesswork, plugs leaks - that steal keg profits To find out how this program works, please read on: have I seen a new pro- received so eagerly. tore out our first an- of this program, it to their Professional and said, "I want to my hogs on this new feeders knew that it backed by two years of They knew that our group had uncov- three vital areas where leaks commonly occur. The first big leak our people found in grind-and-mix feeding was the use of pro- concentrates that were intended to be fed choice. Every pork pro- knows that a concert- to be fed free choice contain certain ingre- to regulate consump- the pigs over- the concentrate, which up costs needlessly. possible to get more for less money Dean o/the Pro[essional Advisors 2. The second leak we found was the result of stretching one concentrate to meet the needs of all phases of swine production. We found there are four distinct phases. One is the breeding herd. And there are three phases from birth to market. As a pig gets bigger, his need for protein declines, but his need for vitamins and minerals does not decline at the .same rate. A 50-lb. pig needs about 16% protein, whereas a 200-lb. pig needs only about 12%. When you start with a standard 35% protein supplement, you cut the protein by adding more grain. But when you do this you also cut the vitamins and minerals. This is why a pro- gram based on only one con- centrate cannot possibly be completely efficient from weaning to market. Costly--and now tmneces- sary---ingredients to regulate consumption are eliminated. 3. Now we come to the third leak: Most grind-and- mix programs make recom- mendations on the basis of grain to concentrate ratios at different stages of growth. These ratios are based on average~ grain combinations across the country. Our Pro- fessional Mixer Program pin- points specific formulas for every conceivable grain com- bination. We have prepared the most complete manual of mixing formulas in the feed industry. It is now in the hands of Professional Dealera School which placed first at the track meet at Portis, Kans last Wednesday. Pat- ricia placed second in the running broad jump and the 220-yard dash. Carolyn plac- ed second in the standing broad jump. All three girls were on the relay team which placed first. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rus- sell, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Poole and family, and Mrs. Steve Ordick and son of Midland, Pa were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layton at Randall, Friday evening. Wylie Kirkpatrick entered the hospital at Superior on Tuesday for surgery. Mrs. LeRoy Baringer of Seattle, Wash and Mrs. Verlan Broyles attended the funeral of Mrs. Baringer's niece at Emporia, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Work attended a birthday supper at the home of Mrs. Lottie McKee in Superior, Monday evening. The supper was honoring Mrs. Bill Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rus- sell took their daughter, Rita Ordick, and her son to Kan- HE HANDED HE~ A LOT OF BALONEY sas. City on Sunday. From there she flew to her home at Midland, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marr and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell attended the Farm Bureau Policy meeting Fri- day evening at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broyles were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. LeRoy Bar- inger. Mrs, C. Summers Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed returned home Sunday from Sioux Falls, S. D where they visited a few days with the Henry Farrand family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin were Friday evening callers at the Carl Langer home in Superior. Mrs. Duane Nelson enter- tained twelve children Sat- urday afternoon in honor of her son, Charles, for his llth birthday. Mrs. Muriel Blair of Sup- erior visited Sunday after- noon with Mrs. Ella Sum- mers. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ross and family and Mark Inter- mill attended the Rock and Coin Show in Superior, Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Grauerholz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Heitman and Mrs. Henry Grauerholz, all of Byron, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Henriksen of Courtland were Sunday din- ner guests at the Erick HeR- man home. Mrs. Raymond Leece was hostess to the Valley View Club on Friday afternoon. Twenty members were pres- ent. The next meeting will be May 9 with a one o'clock luncheon with Mrs. Myron Intermill. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rath- bun and family entertained the following to dinner Sun- : day in honor of his mother for her birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller of Nelson, Mrs. Henry Somerhalder, Mrs. Doreen Sanders and family and Robert Somer- halder and family, all of Red Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Crawford and Mrs. Lloyd Monroe of Bruning, Nebr Dwayne Crispin, Waldon Rathburi, John Crook, and thei honored guest~ Mrs, Ida Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Huffman of Seattle, Wash and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Crispin were Sun- day afternoon callers at the Dale Crispin home. Mrs. Darrell Reed enter- tained to a coffee Thursday morning: Mrs. Steve Nor- dick, Mrs. Run Konvalin, Mrs. Bob Poole and Mrs. Bernice Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mc- Keown and family were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray. Mrs. Gene Purcell had a coffee Tuesday afternoon for several ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Inter- I I I I II power Po~'d. & Pots. Pend. ::!?i~!:>:" DELIVERS THE EQUIVALENT OF 2 extra horsepower at no extra cost! Competition "is', keen. Merry Tiller delivers more pow- er for tilling, mulching, cuhivat- But, it has kept us on ouring, weeding--accomplishingall toes, and our service grows garden tasks quickly and easily. better every day. Whatever Bonus horsepower .~.'~ PROFESSIONAL" FEEDS your ear might need- let US ttom Merry Tiller's .~ almost friction-free ~i~ serve Y0U - transmission is deli- '~ wered directly to the, ~,'1~t~ , xoller chain, sprock'e'ts ~ and bearings sealed in oil in a steel chain case ~. ~ x To stop this second profit leak, we developed four dlf- Trucking Servi~ Mankato Feed and Ask for a Merry Tiller demon. stration now! Choice of 4 models and many differeatrotorsand tra , tot tools. More for your money! mill and Mark were Sunday evening supper guests at the Don Switzer home in Super- ior. Mrs. Paul Rathbun, Marl- lyn and Patricia, spent Tues- day in Lincoln, Nebr. Mrs. Bernice Reed was in Beloit on Sunday to see her sister, Mrs. Katherine Nel- son, who is a patient in the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber and Alvin ate sup- per Friday evening at the Don Webber home in Beloit. Doug used the songs, "Oh, Texas" and "Moonlight Bay". Next was a project talk on "Picking Your Pro- ject Lamb" by Joy Kindler. Then came a demonstration on "How To Make a Strong Eugene Glover 3,0; Kathy Johnson 3.8; Linda Lewis 3.4; Pam Michael 3.6; Ron- ald Smullins 3.2; Jean Wrench 3.0; Willena Yetter 3.2. Seniors: Regi Diehl 3.4; Rope Using Plastic Twine". Carla Garman 3.6; Carol , This was done by James Hughes 3.2; Beverly Jeffexy Lamb and his assistants were 3.2; LaVon Ost 3.8; Ronald Doug and Cliff Silsby. Music appreciaLion followed this. "The History of Drums" was given by Gary Shipley. Af- ter this, Eldon Pate gave a health talk on "My Health Mrs. Bernice Reed attend- For Better Living". Next ed the College Choir sing in was a conservation talk Hastings, Tuesday evening, about Whoopfi~g Cranes by Her grandson, Mike Ross, Doug. The hostess' part of sings in the Choir. ! the program were two songs Nannie Tipton was in a by an unknown group called music recital Sunday after- the Windbags. It was their noon. She is one of Mrs. first and, perhaps, only ap- Clayton Sack's pupils. Mrs. pearance. Recrea[ion was Wayne Tipton and Mrs. led by Eldon. Lunch was: Raymond Leece attended, served by the Kindlers and ~ Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lambs. i Webber and Alvin, Mrs. James O. Lamb, Rep. Don't,ust W 0try Eleanor Crispin and Wylie X~d~~ Kirkpatrick were Saturday] Burr Oak Honor Roll ~UUUL . ~- evening supper guests at the ~- CORN ROOTWORM Dean Hansen home. [ The sophomore class of I Burr Oak won the honor of Whitemound Builders 4-H having their name placed on ORDER the scholars',hip plaque. Oh, boy! We had better Their winning percentage figure out our projects. Time was 42.02%. Seniors came And order N0Wt Proved m~t- : is running out. The White- in a close second with effective against resistantcom mound Builders 4-H Club 41.03% with Juniors right rootw0rm. Easy to apply held their monthly meeting behind with 40.02c~o. The Unpleasant fumes. on April 13. After the meet- Freshman class brought up Use less, too. May be in short ing had been called.to order the rear with 21.06 ~. Supply-order, "~ by President Ruth Blattner, Freshmen: Cheryl Decker roll call was answered by an 3.6; Gale 3effery 3.4; Renee April Fool joke. In the busi- Silsby 3.6. ness part of our meeting it Sophomores: Glenna Boy- was decided that our Spring tes 3.0; Dave Fearing 3.0; Tour will be held May 14. It Wayne Fogo 3.4; Atyce Gar- was reported that June 1st man 3.2; Wanda Glover 3.0: is the deadline for projects Nancy Richards 3.0; Dennis to be in. Plans for 4-H Sun- Stone 3.0; Tommie Tucker day were left to the commit- 3.0. tee. The program began with Juniors: Eric Aspegren music led by Doug Dietz. 3.4; Opal Cosand 3.6; Runyon 3.0; Donna Seamans, 3.2. Kimberly Dawn Staf~ Mr. and Mrs. Ghi~'~r~af- ford of Courtland are parents of a daughter. berly Dawn, who lbs, 5 oz born, the Belleville hos The proud grandpa.S are Mr. and Mrs. Dog 1da- haffy of Mankato and Mrs. Louie ; ' moso. ~ f! ~ !~::~ r % ; :;i ~:ii ~'!i~!i~iiiii~iill~!~I~'I' ~ii ~iiii~(17gi~iii~; ii i~;~,~i~:~!i!! ~ii~i /~!? i/ ~i )!i i:~ 6 cyl. P. G Radio and iI Heater ~tfll has new car warranty. :ii 1965 Impala Sport Sedan, V-8, FIG. Radio. 1964 Chevy Wagon, V-8, P. G. 1963 Impala 4-Door Sedan. V-8, P. G P. S Radio. 1963 Bel Air 4 door Sedan, V-8, P. G 37,000 miles. 1965 Chev. II 4 door Sedan, Radio and P. G. 1963 Chev. II 4-door Sedan, std. transmission. i962 Chev. II 4 door sedan, std. trans. 1963 Volkswagen Std. Trans. 1862 Bel Air Sedan, V-8, A. T. 1962 Chevy Wagon 327 V-8, P: G. 1961 Bel Air 4 door Sedan, V-8, A. T. A. C. 1961 Chevy 4-Door Sedan, V-8, A. T. 1961 Ford Fairlane 500 6-cyl. A. T. 2 - 1960 Chevy. 4-Door Sedans. V-8, A. T. Plus many older model cars with lots of transportation priced right. ~ ii~i !~!i . ;i ,J' ;2: !! iiiiii 1965 Chevy ton 6 cyl 4-speed trans. 1964 Chevy ton 6 cyl 4-speed trans. 1.961 Chevy ton, 6 cyl 4 speed u'ans. 1.960 Chevy % ton V-8, 3 speed trans. 1959 Ford 6 cyl 4 speed Plus several older pickups and we also have a nice Chevy pickups. e i ; 7