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/: C & GOIIIOt.IOATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWEt~L COUNTY MOMITg~ AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF I~r's FOR JEWELL COUI~'I'Y,, WE'RE FOR IT Vol. 76; No. 47. |Z Pagea - I ~|kms Manke.lo, Kenses Thursday, May 4, 1967 Thummel of unanimously re-elected tQ another two-year term the Board of Trustees or Jewell-Mitchell Coopera- Electric Company, Inc., its annual district meeting 'members of Jewell County, in the Armory Building on Tuesday even- April 27. crowd of approximately people attended this meet- and heard Clarence Beck, [er, give a report of the ~ments made, the past and Ted H. Rathert, of the Board, spoke future financing and power for the rural electrics. ;ainment numbers by groups which consisted l music by a men's quartette, Alexander, Glen Grout, ] Richard Diamond and Menhusen of Mankato; Dodd of the Esbon High presented a trumpet and Jay Andersen also Esbon of the Esbon High School en- tertained with a vocal solo. After the business meeting a drawing was held for electrical prizes with the following being the lucky winners: Edward Wagner, Coffee Perk; David Stenzel, Coffee Perk; Glenn Kindler, Coffee Perk; Mannie Loomis, Portable Mixer; Mel- vin Brown, Steam-spray iron; Lee Wise, electric knife; W. R. Waugh, shoe polisher; Ed- win Marr, Electric drill; R. h. Powell, electric toaster; Archil Benoit, razor; Russell Opling- er, can opener and knife sharp- ener; Wm, Wideman, pressure cooker; and Orlo Van Wey, buffet chef-teflon. Planning Committee mem- bers who assisted with this year's program and meeting were: Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Alexander, Esbon; Mr, and Mrs. Max Louder, Mankato; Mr, and Mrs. Chas. B. Warne, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. G]er Goldsberry, Jewell. The members of the planning committee for the Dist- rict REA meeting (left to right): Mrs. Glen Goldsberry, Glen Goldsberry, Mrs. Merlin Alexander, Merlin Alex- ander, Mrs. Max Louder, Max Louder, Mrs. Burt Warns, and Butt Warue. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kennedy and family are register- Ing. In the background are Harry Gt ntenbeln, attorney, row ell, left, 4-slice toaster from Jim and Clarence Beck, manager. Dale Dodd, Esbon High School freshman, who en- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Oplinger with the electric call talnml the crowd with a fine trumpet solo. opener they won at the REA annual meeting. geant Enoch A. Witchley, sonI "Goldllock's Adventure" Will of Mr. and Mrs. Philip C.[ I~ Presented May~h Witchley of Sally Street, Rt.[ --- ~ a busy city street or~: ing away in a mist. Rose 3. Dade City, Fla., is a mem-[ The Formoso Kindergarten mote mrmsteaa ~o, as ~ e [~ " "" " of Ibushes, small trees, or other ber of the 4i6th Airborne Miss-[ will present "Gold|lock's Ad- Gays continue, care -'4'~i ....... rJ ]sensitive plants growing in the ale Maintenance Squadron thatl venture", a musical playlet in rv ~ty lawn or me iarmya u ne ~ ~ [area to be sprayed can be pro- has won dual honors at Grif-[ three acts, Tuesday, May 9, at Geo go on ' t ; _ rp~ . __. o, , L .....~olte ed by tarpaulins during the fiss AFB. N.Y. ] 8:00 p.m. in the Formoso Gym. 4'iti~ x me nrst cnmgs Im f Sergeant Witchley, a misstle IThIs playlet is based n the 93 l ti e spraying and then re- t $240. ~er is to completely rake * ~1 moved, providing a non-vola- guidance and control techni-I old favorite story, "The Three tile material has been usedein co eaves and debris (thatch) clan, and his unit were ratedl Bears". The following children ack b Gas collected over the win- 0 Identify the weeds to be spray- Lack c~{~d then apply the proper]o+t o"d d" "~* ..... ,o ,~mo n,. best in the Strategic Air Com-[ will'be performing: Cindy co+'Jl~ ........................ maud's (SAC)' Eighth Air l Free, Nora Jo Thomas, Tina ack Zer at a rate recommenu- , bl;~pz .o,,~, I ......... 'o i. Ispray material on weeds that Force for keeping air-to-sur-[ Studer, Kendall Nelson, Rod- =+(c#~l+t].~'+~"j~'",.,m~'""+'_.+.;ni[are resistant to spray mater- face guided missiles opera-I ney Pavne, Craig Dunstan, De- o -~.~ area vr~-e,.~.. ] " tionally reliable. ,anna Hoard, Mark Kinsey, serf,y' S~egrass-.-k.illers'~-hUl:r"a~s[seededials DOlawnsnOt spraYor yardsm neWlYuntiled eany, uctuL~ ~ His squadron also enabled[ Jimmy Scott. Their teacher is . Ithe new grass has become es- its parent organization, the[ Mrs. Gerald James. The public .s +l~t.mg.s.spruL. ....... Itablished. 416th Bomb Wing, to win] is invited, s()w~Zl-~, tms Is not a. mat m i _ "" -U ..... i r SAC s annual outstanding per-] ' " - ptllNlr..-, .........n i--uon ~ou n weea ~uperv so amp r,]r~', u to make a goou mw I ............ formance award for the high-[ }4 l~i#'~e will be weeds appearing [ ,+^~e,t,E est rating in maintaining super-] Omaha, Nebr. -- Miss Lucy Ime best of grass stands and l"+'''. sonic Hound Dog guided mis-[ Wiley of Mankato, Kansas has , esire of a good gardener l _ ..--. +.,,fM0 .++-,.... ,~. ...... ,,. If I .*, represemauve of the Social siles in combat readiness as a ] been named a participant in s ................... ISecurity Administration will B-52 Stratofortress weaponsJthe twenty-first annual Rural rUB -ew[1 tlapp~n~ r~u U~ u~ cz , ~1 ~ ~'~. ........... ~next visit Mankato, Kansas on system. I Homemakers Leadership Re- ~,~eau me urger wm ~re-~ ............ The sergeant is a 1951 gradu-I cognition Day in Omaha. Miss _ t.,. ,,~,A ..,.o,,=.lTnursaay, may ~t, 1907 l~er- ptly us: ......... v-o~-~ ..... " late of Rome (N. Y.) FreeIWiley will be a guest of the .oM~leat~n. tha ~+~+~d~ fnreet, lsons neslrmg lmormation are ~ext~.~llB th~+~ m'~ h~-'~++n.~l~w [requested to call at the Court- Academy. [Women's Division of the Ou- t n~u:dJl~- ...... "." ........ "-'u~ihouse between 8"00 and 12"00 His wife, Karen, is the[ aha Chamber of Commerce, r p . near oy SO we wo , " " ou ..... to the l Social Security business is daughter of Mrs, Hazel]Joining some 100 other nomi- ling ............... ,~1~ enthuslast whether l~e be ] usually heavy at this time of Schrotenboer of R. D. 4, Man-[ nees from Nebraska, Iowa and in ' " |it -w ller who uses his / year If you are unable to wait kato, Kans. [ Kansas. &y y fl e " ~,. S"ra,,er or s"rtnklin~ can [ to see the representative when I The event is scheduled for i~7=~n~m, wt~h him ~JmD lhe is in your area, Just ad- NOTICE I Thursday, May 4, and will in- ked field sprayer. ~ dress a card or leter to So- I clude an all day visit and tour ~I ~te th~ dir~ctlnn of the[cial Security Administration, Sealed bidsforContract Job[{ Omaha. Sponsors of the a I, b ore- IP O 74 . Sat|ha. Kansas ICleaner will be accepted L VaLare the Omaha Cham r Ithrough I'00 pm and blds|OI uommerce in co~unctlon ~"&vlb' joy ..... ana mene De ......... carmm~|67401~ showing the reason fOr[opened at" 2'00"plm Friday [with the Omaha Stockyards Lthe spray concentration I your inquiry, We. will either [May 5, 1967, "for ~Ite "new post | Company and the Associated am amine formulation of 2 lanswer your quesuons vy__mau one of the newer lo~/r g!ve you. a special appoJ.nt;lofnce in Mankato, Secessary/Retailers of Omaha. -- . ~.o$~]~lle mtge. tvn~ fowmulations/ment ume m wmcn m co,,,..~. [forms may be obtained by call- [ The women so nonorea in +~0-$'~ II~.~':,:,:.: ,,''." "+h':-mm~.b++t lYour business. The Social Se-llng at the post office during| the. Rur_aLH:~i0mak~;~ ~v~f; o-- "" Dre- " I curity District Office at Saline I rei lm, btmine hours. Job / ersn p t+ g y ". ~ip)er, u,a,, V = Tharayer will break the lIs .?pen on "I~urs.day evening I cleaner position will average[ .nominated loc. ally .as Guests+no me~ "ortlcles into such lunm #:co t'.m. m oraer ~o110~ hm..= mix dave a week lug leaemrs In melr commun- e. ,.., ..... [handre anyone who cannot ........... " "I e. Ji llrtl+,=o .,o..,+. +.-, ........ s I Lyle Ira. Rafferty, [ ties, ?, i!i ,. . Pictured above are some ofI From Shelton's feedlot the the livestock association mem-] group drove to Mankato where hers who attended the associa-[ Mr. 'Chuck Moritz and Mr. Ted tion tour Monday, April 24. ] Acton of the Mankato Packing The tour started at Fred Company showed them through Bohnert's, west of Jeweli, the packing plant. After the where Fred explained his cat- guided tour through the pack- tie feeding and swine program ing plant the group met at to the groul~. The next stop was Niles and Norman Greene's, east of Jewell. The group enjoyed seeing the dairy operation at the Greene's, asi well as their cattle feeding i set-up. From Greene's, the group went to Robert Shelton's feedlot, west of Randall, where Bob has a mechanized feed mixing and handling system. the Buffalo Roam for dinner. After dinner the packing plant representatives showed a film about the packing plant opera tion. There were approximately 65 farmers who attended the tour. --Edwin Marr, Sec.-Treas. Jewell Co. Livestock Ass'n Left to right: Bill Stoles, Henry Smles, Millard Bil- ling, Donn Topliff, Edwin Dunstan, Marvin Chllcott, Walter Campbell, Jim Gunter, Ed Soash, and Charles Moritz. Jim Gunter, left, and Rex Headrtck, right, hoidhlll cake. Norman Greene is in front. The cake fol' th41 dinner was donated by Oral Wagner. ++ Left to right: Robert Shelton, Raymond Leece, Ted Acton, Bud Hills, Floyd Davidson, and DoG