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April 30, 1964     Jewell County Record
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April 30, 1964

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< 91g Sale in ~h lit Sale Barn Every Jewell County Record OOI~$OLIDATION OF TH~ ~ ADVOCATIL JIWVILL ~ ilM~I~J~fOB, AND ~ ~I~aAOIBO ~ U. im No. 46 DAVIS REC EIVES PROMOTION u'VIaster Sg't. Kenneth E. Davis o,f the 12th Ordnance Co. (GAS) o~ Niar~abo recently wa~ promoted to the yank oI W.arram O~icer (We-l). Davis is the Admin.~tra- tire and Supply T.eehnic~an. a full time position. ~ :the loom Nationa.1 Guard Unit. Davm came to Man- kate in 1959 and has been 1st Sat. of rAe local ur~t during this period. Sgt. Thomas K. Mu2phy of Nor- ton succeeds Davis as 1st Sglt of the company. Tb~e ~oeai unit me~ wtth its Bel~eville p~atoon rmrbh of Scand, ia on Sun@a~, April 26th and con- ducted spring fir'mg al snmll arms. Qua~f'ication in srnal~ ar~ns adds to ~e camp pay for each e~,listed raen~ber, l~he men fired on the 1000 inch range arid the resul~ti~g scores for ~e day were good. Jeanette Grout Will Compete In State Contest LICENSE ANNUAL MEETING RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Was Held At The Armory In Mankato Thursday, April 23rd Meeting To Explain 1964 Wheat Certificate Plan PLEASE CHECK EXPIRATION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Please check ~e expiration date on your paper If your paper expires this month, your name will be removed from the list, after you receive the last issue of the month, u~less your paper is renew- ed. Th~l~re tast l~per in dkprfl. Tea. we would appreemte it if subscribers would c~eck their dates 'after renewing a subscrip- tion. H the date i~'t advanced within two weeks after subscrip- tion is paid, please let us know and we wilt correct the date. We print over 250{} papers each week. Through close supervision of the subscription list, we are able to keep errar~ to a ~um but it is ~le to elimi~e all errors. Therefore, we would ~- preciate it if you would check your date If there is an error, please let us know ~ we will rectify it at once. In order to save time mad expense of mailing, we are not sen~ing expir~ti~ ~mrl:iee~ on subscriptions ~rou~h the mail a~y more. A glance at the d~te on your paper will show when the paper expf~. LH Regional Club Day T~he program sSgn-up wilt held at rl~e V~F.W. Bui~lding 3~.a~lcato and wi~ be conducted ae- I I I I FOOD AND GIFT SALE FRIDAY, MAY 1 Jewell County Historical Museum Starting at 1 o'clock May baskets and Mother's Day gifts Sponsored by Nazareth Circle WSCS ........... I"1 I I MUSIC BANQUET FRIDAY, MAY 8 -- 7:00 P. M. Grade School All Purpose Room Tickets Available At: Hale's Drug Store and Wagner Drug Store Price $1.25 no tickets will be sold after Thursday, May 7 - 6:00 p. m. .... I H I COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION etlNFORMATION in By Clyde Reed, Jewell County Work Unit Conservationist TWELVE PAGES ~: .38 IN. RAINFALL * Clyde R:ed. c.ificiaI wca'.her " observer rep~rt.s .3g vf an filch * of rain[a.lJ Sunday, April 26. * tIigh ,temperature ~or me week * was 81 on S~tmday, A'prrl 25. ~ and the tow of 45 occurred on " Wednesday, April 22, M0nday~ * April 27, and Tuesday, April * 21;. * JAMES DODD ELECTED LIONS CLUB PRESIDENT At the L.i~ns Chub meeting he;ld at t~e CommunSty Bui, iding in Mank~to. Thursday ni,g~h:t. April 23. James Dodd w,as elec;cd to head the Mankabo Lio,na Clu~b for Che new ~lub year to .s%ar July 1. 1964. O~her nc~v officers elected for the rmw yea'r were: Rex Seircr. 1st Vice t~s,~den~t: Met,~in Rowet~s0x. 2nd Vice President; Melvin Blecka. 3rd Vice Pres'iderA; C~arlcs Warn,e. Secre'~ary-Treasurer. 'Dhe Directors of the el~ub for the n,ew year w,l be Leo Drefl.i~r~g, Don White. AI~ K~al.e, and Can~o'll Ccdlims. Tail Twister wi,lJ be Robert Swi'tzer: Assistant Ta~l T, wis~er, Lee J~xnker; and 'ni~n T, an~er. Larry Le~ourneau. Vta.l'ter J. C~m~l~be,l~l is the re~irir~g Presfd, ent and w~l,l een%in~ue ~o b: a member o~ the ~ew boa~d of Directors. Dr..Mervi, n Paterson. w,ho is ~e n, ow der~s~ for Man,k~to. was a guest of the Club. Denns Thomas er~tertained ~ his g~itav and s'mging. MRS. ROGER WHITCOMB, WICHITA HOMEMAKER AND CIVIC LEADER APPEARS ON KANSAS HOME DEMONSTRA. TION WEEK PROGRAMS IN CENTRAL KANSAS" You are invited m a~tend the Ddstrict Meeti~ to be h,eld in the [NIhnt~aton~,t~ Na,tian~ Guard Armory sta~ing a,t 12:30 P. M, May lt~h. ~i~ N~ildved Walker wil~ also make a presentation m the meet- ing FREEMAN BIERY NEW STATE WEED SUPERVISOR Will Take Office In Topeka June 1st. Mr. Biery Has Been County Agent Here For 11 Years The app=in~tment cg Frec~ E. Bicry, Jewel.l Cx, unw Agncul, tur~l Ag~em xin,ce 1953 as ,O,irector of the Noxious Weeds Dirt,s/on of the S~ate Board o~ Agricu,ltu~e been an,nouneed by Roy Ereelar~, Sc,ere't,ary o~f the State Beard of Aa~.ic ul tm'e. Biery wi(H star~ J,une I. He r~ places Warren C. Teal. He is a g'ra~u,a~e of W~bster Rural Itig~q Schoal ~nd Kmleas ~ta'te Ur[iversi'ty, 'served as an ~f- fice'r .in The C~tm, tar In~eil~e Cc~p d,uri~g World War H, taught vocational a~,ri~ture l~r six years ,belk~e ~beeoming J,e~e~l County Ag~,m.