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April 28, 1966     Jewell County Record
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KANSAS THURSDAY APRIL entered the Jewell Cotunty Farm Bureau show to anyone, let as a s :e to students in me do it now. high this area. Mr. and Mrs. George Qualifications are that a Goebel from Kansas City Essay contest the Jewell Farm Bureau this The students gave on citizenship before Directors aiad a three judges April winning a trip to p Seminar at Springs Ranch August m alphabetical Halstead, of Mr. and :Mrs. : Halstead. Mankato; ger,daughter Mrs. Nell Hunt- 'Mankato; Jan,re daughter of Mr. Kiss, nger, presenting Jew- and Barbara of Mr. and mn Mohler, M an- will spend ff~ce: Seminar, m dl several nation- speakers co: citizenship and T~i? lar tuition char'; is paid by t'~e student must be entering visited Thursday with Mr. the eleventhor twelfth and Mrs. Wm. Zade. grades Sel tember, 1966, and Mrs. Gerald Collins of Be- is in the upper 40 per cent loit spent the day Friday of his or :her class. Charac- with her sister, Mrs. Lucile ter, scholarship and leader- Hatfield. ship abilil:y are carefully e- Mr. & Mrs. Ray Harrison valuated Joy the sponsors, of Pueblo, Colorado have Since impl.ementing this pro- been spending a few days gram several years ago, the with this sister, Mrs. Corn Jewell County Farm Bureau Sirley. has sent two to four high Glenda Hatfield was the school st Idents to the Semi- leader Sunday evening for nar each year. They return the W. Y. service. to this community filled Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mahin with erIhusiasm over their of Bladen were dinner experience, and with a bet- guests Sunday at the Par- ter understanding of the sonage home. rights and obligations of Mr. Wm. Zade was the citizenship. They are availa- speaker for the Sunday ble for talks to any group evening service. who may be interested. Some people's dispositions are so sunny, They are so Wesleyan News ,hapPy and so glad; While l I others are so gloomy, And Hob. 12:14. "Follow peace their faces look so sad If' with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord". "I shall never pass through this world but once: any good, therefore, that I can do or any kindness that OO Oo 4 OOO that look that is so sour; But your face will look soTdif- ferent, When He saves you by His power. Sterling--Miss Phyllis Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone of Mankato. Kansas. has signed a con- tract to teach Commerce next year at the Ingalls Pub- lie School, at Ingalls, Kan. A senior at Sterling Coll- ege, Sterling, Kan Miss Stone will be graduated at the 74th Commencement on Sunday, May 22, 1966. This will be the largest graduat- ing class in histcity of this United Presbyterian Church related four-year ' college, i with a total of 1351 in the 1966 class. Liberty Club Liberty Club met with Frances Walker April with 10 members and 5 chil- dren present. you have sunshine in your Vivian brought our club soul, It will reflect upon pictures that were taken at your face; Christ doesl our 50th Anniversary. Change the disposition,] Our club received a thank When He saves you by Hislycm card from Aura i im- grace Beautifiers cannot lbrough, who has h,e n so take away the gloom, nor tvery sick, for the f!owers the qlub #ent to her. l lilgn0r, had the program which was prepared by Grace because she was un- able to be with us. Frances gave a report on her trip to Florida and many other places of interest. Alma Zad- ma and Mary Belle Hanson won our games. Frances ser- ved a very nice lunch which was enjoyed by all. Club adjourned to meet with Alma Zadina. May 12. with our club committee to serve then, which will be our Birthday Party. --Grace Kiser, Reporter by Esther Ortman. Sorosis Club Mrs. Jennie Olson enter- tained the members of the Sorosis Club at her home on Tuesday, April 5th. Seven members answered roll call by telling what they plan to do on Easter Sunday. Fern Pair was program lead- er. Florence drew the gift furnished by Jennie. Re- freshments were served by the hoste s. The Birthday Meeting will be with Fern Pair on May 3 :rod Ethel Powell will be the program leader. Harrison E. H.U. 1 l Mrs. Dow Stansbury was[ hostess for the April meet-[ ing ot the Harrison Exten- sion Homemaker's Unit. Vice President, Mrs. Mar- shall Bishop took charge of the meeting in the absence of the President, Mrs. Ralph Dye. Ten members answered roll call on Cultural Arts. We were happy to have Mrs. Wm. Ward back with us from her winter vacation in Arizona. Reports were given by the County Council Mem- bers, Mrs. Delmar Boyles and Mrs. Claud *Snyder. They told us our major les- son for 1967 would be Home Furnishings and the minor on Health. More"plans on our trip to the Willis Cather Memorial were discussed. The fourth and last lesson in the Family Living major on Creative Use of Leisure Time was presented by 'Mrs. Irvin Pettit, who had the Use of Hobbies, Mrs. Lyle McCammon on Citizenship, and Mrs. Delmar Boyles on Cultural Arts. Mrs. Lyle McCammon was in charge of recreation; a game concerning cities, ri- 000 HOMfECREST CLOSEX ACCES 0RIES Made to our rigid .~ecifica. tions. BAG Ironing Table PAD and COVER SET Reg. 1.49 full,length bar. Silicone treated cover. Twin fr~ame, layer pad of poly foam and i. Full zippeJr, cotton. Standard.size. i SET 0 Ig 1~1~ Return address. Pee- ~: bmback. VV sonal size;80in pkg. b~# 88 1{ inch Photo Frame $1.47 Maid lubber Gloves 44c e I fants Anklets 4/88c Denim Boxer Shorts 57c I Crew Socks 28c pr. : I Men s T-Shirt 77c 's and Misses' SHIRTS Roll- 32 -38, PRIS fabrics, 44' ,ane, orco,ors m m m" m mm m n m mm qam mm Ill .2 I Polished Aluminum! l' i ch Teflon No~-stick finish makes frying and cleaning a cinch! Cool black han- die. DuPont approved. Plastic ASH CONTAINERS Reg. " 100 3.59 I,~ Cover locks on. Strong handles. 20-gat. size, Reg. 2.59 Plastic WASTEBASKET Reg. I ~)7 1.89 I.~i Won't mar floors. 203/~' in. high. 44-qt. capacity. , ":" ' i' r ' vers, and counties of Kansas. Most all .unit members plan to attend the Hospital- ity Day at Hastings April 19th. The next unit meeting will be witb Mrs. Dave Stenzel as hostess, May 5 at 2 P.M. ---Mrs. W. A. Andrews, PRC In a recent issue of the Superior Express, appeared a front page story and a pic- ture of a red raccoon captur- ed at Mahaska, Kansas. (This is the third red rac- coon reported captured in Kansas.) The mounting of this rare animal was done by Lonnie Basart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Basart of Mankato. o, Reg. 1.99 . Savings Bonds Sales In Jewell County March purchases of Series E and Series H Savings Bonds in Jewell County totaled $45,625, according to Glenn Grout. Mr. Grout said that the March sales in the county contributed to a state total of $5,036,809 and gave the state an increase of 4% over the same period of 1965, when sales totaled $4,839,690. First quarter 1966 sales for Jewell County totaled $173,999 to give the county 48 percent of the 196G goal. Statewide sales forthe quarter amounted to 615,674,696 and accounted for 26.8% of the state's 1966 quota. Nationwide, March ales of Series E and Series Iq Bonds were the highest Low-Loop :!i:iiiiii 18x22-lnch iili COTTON RUG iiiii!i -FRAMED PICTURE 1.71 iii! ~i~i Nubby weave design. !~ill~-inch natural oak ~i Non-sk d back ng. i!iiiil molding complements !iii;~il, Fringed ends. 30x50-in. i~iiill lovely 16x20-in print. '~i!i i!i ~::~!~!~!!:;!!i!:::.!~::!~::~i~!~i~i~i~ii !i~!~iii~i~ii::::ii~::~i::i::~i::~iF::;i::::::iii!i~i!! i i !::::!i!i!!i~N~!i i!~~ ~ ~ ~!! ~i~%;i i::i~i~ g V v: :o~ow::c] ~,~,~ 36-oz. size. Snap-on l~l~t [ Anti-splash pouring ~'~ cover. 3 in set. ~#~ I lip. ll]/~-qt, size. ~l-- Reg. 89c Reg. larly from the Council of Ec- "- ,:.--' onomic Advisers to the Pres- ,dent and other high govern- ` i;i pricesment officials,for the blaminghigh costfarmof SAV living have brought sharp iiiii 52c I criticism from theNFO. The TEFLON PAN I DISH DRAINER NFO said that such state- I ments are unfair and that 2-qt. size. Aluminum.f ~I Kitchen colors. 14J/~ f ll~ Bakelite handle, i.Jr. m I x201/~xh~/~-in, size. I .~-Ir althoughmers for somePriceSfarmPaidcommo-t far- Reg. 1.79 Reg. dities have risen, farmers are still lagging far behind " the rest of the economy as far as income is concerned. NFO pointed out that food is still the best buy in America and that one hour's WINDOW SHADES I TISSUE DISPENSER wages will buy more food 36-in. wide by 6-ft. ~C I crystal plastic. 100 A ~6 than ever before in the his- rang. White. vv I z-p;ytissues. -~v tory of the nation. It also pointed out that farmers total outstanding to out current president, $49,405,000,000, a gain of ducted a short bm 781 million dollars over a meeting. A nominating year ago. mittee of three chose year's officers, namely: Attention Farmers ident, Thelma Freeman; President, Helen McMil The Jewell County NFO Sec.-Treas June Saint; is calling on all farmers and Reporter, Ruth Cordel. ! business men to immediate- Means gave a report of ly write individual letters to meeting which she, the President of the United Saint and Mrs. Salsb r, States so the voice of rural cently attended at America can be heard, ac- Bend. With the b s: cording to Robert Boiler, meeting ended, a rept President of Jewell County tive of Anderson-Hut, ai NFO. Sales, Inc Food Brol Recent statements coming Kansas City, Mo pr out of Washington, particu- a demonstration and a 1.27 '"' :print and it certainly backed 97 'this up. According to this Shirt and boxer shorts in play ,of some of the pany s products, inc plastic bags of the variety. Explan tior weights, prices an me of some canned goods, as instant potatoes, c apples (apple slices apple Chips), and Each lad r was 1: several good apple We were served the cobbler and,several 1 of gelatin from the stration, with chocolate and coffee, for refresh] The next meeting will be October at Jewell. Ruth Cordel, NOTICE VALOR@ ' Women's SNEAK yS White canvas Fu I |[ ~,~ arch cushion in- |''J J Z fl'R sole. 3bz-lO. Reg 1 99 During May a tive of the Kansas Commissioi will be in kato, Kansas on May 12 from 9:00 to 11 a. m. ,at the City Hall assist veterans and their pendents or survivors veterans service work. one unable to contact that time may write, or visit the office listed low. HI 3-4581, Kansas erans Commission, house, Marysville, Clayton G. Morton, Representative THANK YOU I want to thank my relatives and friends nice cards, letters, flowers, visits. Mystic Circle Club for lovely Sunshine box I received while in They were certainly elated very much. May bless each and --- Le Verne bottom; crew neck. 4-8 set. 2-6X ~****'*~ ~ PRESTON MILLING ~ ,g~' - INDUSTRIES, IF. L0w.CutSNEAKER,PANTS White canvas. Boys' t 77I Trimmed acetate tri- ~C sizes 11 through 6. I .m I cot. Colors. 4-12. ~#~# Reg. 1.99 rl Reg. 39 ! N*MankaIo, Ks. Fairbury, Nebraska, The Home SUR-GAIN Feeds - Mid-west ltes,t . ei alfalfa hay m and ; 100% cotton; knit cuffs, SWEAT SHIRT SHORTS SETS The NFO said that indi- vidual letters to the Presi- dent is the only way rural America's voice can be heard and called for every- one to write an individual letter stating the necessity of realistic and fair farm prices so public opinion can- not be swayed against farm- ers. -:-Mrs. Ruth Obert, P. C. I recently gave the local paper a clipping that was written by a news corres'- pondent in New Jersey to writer, we farmers all Cadillacs and spend winters in the and the government gives pay checks to do this on. A friend of mine made this remark, "If really and truly think thing is wrong or unjust! unfair, stand up and fight. you don't wish to, then griping." So, Farmers, if this what you want, just sit and do nothing ,but your mouth shut. Mrs. Ruth Obert A DoubJe Meeting The Mankato Eager ver 4-H Club went to moso for an exchange ing with the Formoso ing Workers. When we walked in door, we signed slips of per with letters on them. ter, during the we paired off the letters. We got acquainted shaking hands with president. The 10th he shook hands with penny. The roll call was ed by "Signs of Mankato gave a skit. went to separate rooms short business meetings. After recreation we refreshments of punch cookies. We thank for inviting us and for time. Jewellettes The Jewellettes were hosted April 6, since 1956 and brought the p.m at Randall. Mrs. "mReg'--L'69c per capita income in 1965 was only 63% of the per capita income of the non- farm population. BIRD ATE! Jewell County NFO Presi- BATH r ;// CAN dent said, "It should be ob- !99. 99 vious to all farmers nbw C that the only way they can get realistic and fair farm ~ 2Wi.i:h~a. ] SAVE 2~i!;n:~i~ prices is thr ugh c lleetive shc .bargaining, because farmers can depend only upon them- ,: selves."