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MAY 4, 1967 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS E, ,Ill [ I ]Northern Kansas League I r. [ _e I Junior High Track . i I I ]Meet Mnday I 1 [ II~. =e [ l The Mankato 7th and 8th , ] n | I According to Richard Din- i Fund: Mr. and Mrs. M. M. ,Grade Boys competed in the The Mankato City Council|with the Council and inform- I = "= I mond. treasurer, the total in PSherrill, Mr. and Mrs. Leon ~ Northern Kansas I.eague Track met Tuesday evening, May 2, led them he and his sister [ Ithe Hospital Fund, at noon I West. Mr. and Mrs. James ,Meet at Beloit Monday. Coach in the City Office with May- ,would accept the City's of. I . Nyla Berg, draft board clerk, I Tu-c,sa"y.,,,.y .,.,~ ~ .... ~", 1967, was J Bennett. I Don Anderson has been givin-~ or Gayle Cristman, Council- I fer for well sites, easements, [zeports that Edward Eugene,s45.693.72. [ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blair [ the boys excellent training and men Dale Starer, Cleo Hilt-]etc. B has en isted in the Navy' " ~ ~ , " en A R Weaverlin, and ,,_...___, ,J ..... :_,__ n ........ [ '.. ,* 7.' .... The following have con- Whltelnound E. H U. |they are showing steady lm- g , . g' | Bur* Warn ast'ed o~,n,,, ,.d~[,onan aov~r,,~,n9 ~upresenral'lve ]anu Groan unarms Fogo nas tributed since the list was Roy C ttcttinger ]provement Doyle Alcorn, and City Clerk[,h_ ^..~^:,_,:',~,.~...,~:,...~._'~_~ , ' " ' ~.aal~ ~LV~ILllClLOIIIL~ UI ~llky qhrlll, lA~l cnhstcd m the An Force ~ f Fmlay Munro resent KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. J ....... ]published: ~ [ lcte Burcman Roofing J The 8th grade boys placed ' P " ]at a site east of Mr and .... , .. - ....... I Dr. K. E. Sherill Memorial [4th in the meet with 17 points Minutes of the previous[Mr~ n~'ar Newlin'Q )~,,,o /Ul JacKson,/opeKa, ~,ansas ooouJ I i~lun(lol~e APleil c3~[ antd 7~00 I __ ' .... I Belleville was first and Smith meeting were read and ap-|H'e-wou~l~t ru'll h"i.~ o~ l"'Jn'e _~ /P..., ' .~ -,' * . "/4 I I Center and Beloit tied for se- proved I from the main near the State ]!lilies north ol town. M~chael[ ~ 1 1AM =| Icond and third. Other schools. An official of the Downs I Highway Shop. This was ~a, ~wrpap;:|lI can show to any human[L. Dempsey, arlvlng a 1964I ' [who competed are' Lincoln Si n Co was resent to diSfee]a reeable ............... " " " 1 ' ) ..... g P - g "'11..tTM.-f"~,,'7/,[ being, let me do ,t now and[ MG.l.(.s! co nU:ol and went mid, 11111001 ~ea mer ,Minneapolis. and Osborne. cuss the present license ...... _~[ [a ~Jfu~-,]w,'Jnot defer it for I shall not,the retch l~stlmated damage] I The following 8th grade boys for putting up billboards in[ mus were reaa ann approv- ! ~ ~! pass this way again." [ to the vehicle was $300.00. [ m ~ m ~| 'placed: the city limits. The ordinance'ca" ..... - " " " ] , ~ ~B1r~ mnll~ ~[]LJ~ld~lJ~ [ John Dewey, 5th in high pertaining to this will bel Discussion was held on : L COUNTY RECORD SecondCl.ass Postage Paid at/ Emma Kibbe, register ofI I I llbJ IIIIJ |~'11~;1~11 Jhurdles, 15.8 and 3rd in broad examined to see if any ac-lrepairs at the swimming pool I the e-gel umce, mankato, ]deeds, who is in the Beloit/ ............... [jump. 16'16%". Lion should be taken. [and also a revision of the Kansas 66956 . ,.. . ,accorumg to~Lyoe rteo w. eonesuay morning snow was ........ ~ ........... , 76, No. 47, printed week- /hospital, is making a satisfac- [ ,,o. :.', ., , " ~i( ' . ~,~. '" ' ' ' J Rodney Hancock 2nd in pole M,v vih,, whn will man- city crew. There will soon .be at Mankato, Kansas 66956. ISubscriptions: / ,' *ivYe eCTerA*nlr:: om cr C3ert. [?*e C alratue/at e i.... toS26Vdergr[~,e la~mcgording' to Mr. Reed, it [VMl~ 9Si ......... 2"6 age the swimming' pool th!s[2:w,r' two vacancies oa tlie 153.0o per year in Jewell |Mrs Earl Winslow is helping [Tuesday, May 2. which was will be a week or ten days | ,,,, e . mort_ aro m~zu.. ~:,. year, was present ann want:[ _'. ........ lee Newspaper ol Jeweu th low s f h M b 1 r don remy (r~ouney taancocK ea to Know when me pool lnlS being tee ilt~t meet .... [County and surrounding/Miss ITtelen McCammon in the [ ee.'t o t e week. o,v e'o e the effect of the h'eeze/......... ' _ ....I ........ " "* ~ . , ~)avlu t~aoger oonn t)ewey woula De read , when to in oI tHiS tWO ear l, ernl all ~oun,y ]counties (Smith, Osborne./register of deeds office [day, May 1, It was 32 degrees on the crops can be deter- [Brad l-Tun,on) a,h 1 ag 9 ' ,~,,,,~ ,h ...... I ].YL ]oYn,~i,*, o ,~,,,Y: ...... '#m .... !Mitchell, Cloud. Re ublic * ' and Wednesday May 3 the ~nincd After the weather ......................... v ....... v-,,,,, ..... vv ....... ~ .,..,,.~o ~,~.~ ~'3"" . " P .... , " 440 relay (Rodney Hancock Delbert Stevenson met ed. ~wner~ ._a p..~.,-_t.^__ I Nuckolls and Webster court- / ........ /degrees. crops continues it wm De pOSS- / ....... ' ...... ' I ,. - v ~ ~uluuull~,ll~l~ ..... t deCK 11- trusser no VallCl / ............ ' . /an~ tVilKe blmonl and oa o i . * _ ties m NebrasRa. |d~ivc~'s IS( ense De[endant was l t)urlng me past week there lDle to assess crop damage / The 7th "red- bo-'- s-:---] ~ ........ ! ...... ' - ' " ~ " .' : ," ~. , ' ," " .... / g e yu cuveu I Jeweu ~.ounly bownng [ ~,namDer ot ~,emmerce F W BOYD, JR, Edntor was no measmaom mmsturc $4 00 a year elsewhere committed to aft A rll 14 to mn dints and 1 n " " I " " I " J'" P " | ...... "1 [ " e p " " p aced sixth i I Association Annual Meeting [Regular May Meeting Rrs. Frank Boyd, Assoeiate l ..... [serve 15 days. Defendant re-[ ]that division. I ....... I -- Editor [ ~uoscrloers are asked to/lcased from jail April 25 /Western~ir* [,~,a~,, =l,,~ ~..,a~,, | The following boys scoredI The Jcwell County Bowling ] The rcguh|r May meetin a I notily mis office at once . . " ........................ - . . g "An .... ,~ thin- *h-* ~ I ,,,~o. ,h,~,, ~ ...... i. ..... , / Ldwm W. Wilson. by passing / The Jewell Co Westernaires 'Meeting [the points for Mankato: I Association Anrlual Meeting J the Mankato Chamber of c m- , _ """" _. ":~ "'"." ?1 "'."."" ........... s= u, tstop sign by driving through lwill have a meeting Sundaj, / .... / Mike P,e, teete, 2nd in shot] will be held Thursday, May lI, Imerce was held Monday noon, ;an oo, or any Klnaness mat I aaoress s s ut 35 51/." [business drive, $5.00 and co.t.. 'May 7th 8'00 o'clock at the[ Randall Christian Church/P , ' z'. ]at 8:00 p.m. at the Ranch,May Ist, in the Club Room at [ Joy D. Coffman, disobeying ]Mankato'Communit- Hall Ev I was host A-ril 30th to a well ] 440 relay (Mike Peteete, Ar-]Bowl in Mankato. Officers will[the Correll Hotel. A larp , . i stop sign, $10.00 and costs. [eryone be sure and attend" Thilreprese'ntedv ass'eml~lage from [den Mendenhall, Ronnie Simon ]be elected for the coming year J group of members attended. I ................. m I Leo F. Beckman, speeding, [purnose of the meetin" is to {Burr Oak Mankato Glen/and Mike Cortner) 5th, 59.9. I ............ l President Mike Stout presld- I IJf-I&AI~/V fI.IATTI;D 11$1~00 and costs. |disSss the coming ~HorselElder ~ourtlaad Randall [ 880 relay (Mike Peteete, Ar-[ Miami -- Roger R McCol-[ed at the business session. The I II~,~l1L Li I~//LI~ i Bonds Forfeited: /Show and to turn in all money IJewell and Esbon 'The sneak: [den Mendenhall, Ronnie Simon lough, son of Mr. and Mrs.,secretary, Dale Crangle, read * " "." and Mike Cortner) 2nd 2"04 1 Ezra L McCollou h of Ran- the minutes which were ] FOR HOME FOLKS |1 Daryll L. Bacus. speeding,/on the dance. We want to thank [er was Rev. Wayne Parish of [ .... ] . g [ . , all- ] M.A.B. m[$10.00 and costs. [everyone for coming to our ]Concordia. [ ..... ,dell, Kans., .was among the[proven: I | Delford C. Thomas, speeding, [dance [ The group enjoyed a basket [FASHION REVUE MAY 11 [ outstanding A,r Force Reserve I Melvin Blecha, highway ogre- $10.00 and costs. ] " --Barbara Junker. /dinner fol ()wed bv an after- / I Officers Training Corps cadets]mittee chairman, retmrtd that Howard W. Hutchinson, no ] ]noon ctevotions session, nro-[ "Bursting into Fashion", a who attended the 19th National lthe State Highway 36 Aaa~:Rb ,Arc you exclusive?. At least, turfs .f th s meeting, was, the ] valid driver's license. $5.00 and ] An .......................... increase in intornzlinn.aal] gram, and' an address. " by Rev.'-,fashion revue, will be present-. Arnold A r Society. . (AAS) Con-] tion meeting will be at Atw~x~l 'P*' g " ]' g " g' Icsts" ]surface andairmailrateswilllWayne Parish of Concordia.[ Y ' " " : " " .1 " " Lay on s cakm terms with crownm of the km and ec~ b the Home Economics clave just con(luded in Mmml May 18 and 19 'our conscience._ [ queen. !)onna was an attt.,n I ----" , ]go into effect Monday, May 1, ] President Ralph Anderson ]Department of Mankato High I ~.~~.~: ................ ~*r~,~.* .......... ~ I dir.n Dodd. anew member of v, at~ dane to tee queen Lmnna also Office of the Co Su t School on Thursaay iway 11 Ithe cnamoer oz commerce, was . " " I ~ " ' , ' P : [Postmasters of Jewell County [presided over the business [ , " , I ~i~: ii!~ !] ~ome people are never able, sang in the chorus. _ye Scrihe[ "Too much time is wasted [announced today. [meeting. Glen Elder will host'at 8.:00 p.m.. in !he school a.ud-[ ~::!i?i :!!]~~ :i : :l I introduced' Jim recently pur- ~o anymmg on ume ex was proud of out former stu ~tormm Girls m the sewing ~ chased the Standard O11 Corn ept buy en o -- 1 dent and her leadelstu" ' . -I doing things it would be better [ The new internationales of urateS'hca [the group MJUlYna 30th.e~ MlkeOUr StoutS'ec" [cl'asses.'wlll. model the gar [ I~:::::publlc:~~Co o 'pl a it[ pany' m' Mankato po to" I ' ..... *" P" 1 not to have done in the first ]they said will not apply to ]retarv Mrs Pat Hunter read [ . ~ ' - I ~!::; 7 : :] ] ' . -MAB- . [Mike Grout was introduced as I place." ]mailings for members of the ]the minutes" of the last 'meet- /ments they have made this [ [ :ill Wayne Blaylock introdtlced If dogs could talk they might,vice president of Mankato[ The following were business'Armed Forces overseas. Do ling. In behalf of our group.|Year' There will also be a dis-]~ |~~i~:~ !,his guest. Dallas Diamond of ~ot have so many friends. I F. F. A. Chapter. - Ye Scribe I callers last week: John Love, |mestic postage rates are appli- ]Ralph Anderson tendered sin- [play of woodworking projects ~i ~ ii~i;~ [ Webber. A ril ....-i~AB- f Ma [~njoyed a good .visit withI Mankato; Mrs. Betty Thomp- ]cable to mail addressed [cere sympathy to the family ]of the Industrial Arts Depart-[t::i : !i~i~ii:i!~iii: ~:!: 1[ The chamber of commerce p 3urn, me eve o ' Y I 'upt. oerome mct~omy and his t son Mankato" Sun't Clay |through APO's and FPO's /of John Hunter /mere ann a snowing trom me I ~.:: ~~.~?:: ] I meets every Monaay noon at )flay, is celebrated as tl~ o~te?s wife. Prof McColey was super- Brown Esbon" Pau'l Russell. The~" rate increases for'both/ Ralph Anderson led the Con-'Art Department of the work ~i::~:::: ~~ii]! , ] the Correll. Anyone. who ia Sa- g uf spring. In Finla d " ' intendcnt of the Burr Oak Manka'toffNorman K Sto*ppel' surface and airmail avers-, [,~re,~ational son", "Faith of ]they have completed this year. I : ~~ji~ i! terested in the continued Ira- , , " e," ~ e, e~ ..... ~ " " .'ig;. .. , . . ,.ailed Vapun Auto and re]schools a number of years. - Houghton Mifflin Co. Topeka: ing 13 percent- were first pro ]Our Fathers " followed by]The pubhc is cordtally lnvited]i ~~'~[provement of Mankato, is Cot, i~ed:n ~t Is known as wal-[Fl~lday . morning.' my smter.[Mr, and Mrs. John Osborne,[posed on January 14 and pub-/prayer by Gene Snyder. [to attend the evenings act~v-[ ~ ~V~~ldmlly .melted to attend. g -~ ght W]mlrcd Smles and M~s ms ltles , [ "" . ~ '" ' ""' [Mankato; Mrs. Guy Robb' ,~, {licly confirmed on March 1. [, Tee program included: Song [ [i ~I~ ~[ -- , -MAB- John Slnles of Courtland', came I Randall Mr. and Mrs. Howard IThe Department explained at/ 'He" by the Esbon Quintette [ '~~ [ Ira Huntsinger mppiness afLer me and we left (or Dodgc l Fields' Jr.. Formoso; Miss that time that they were need-|Pam ~pooner Vicky Burgess,/ At .the regular meeting of !: ~!~il;i:iil~~lCelebrates Birthday If thou are sound m stomach, City to attend a meeting of the Lydia DeHoff and Mrs. Olive ed to help offset a deficit of ]Diane Baker Elaine Griffith ]the city council Tuesday even- ~ ~i~ ---- : de, and left, the rmhes ol a [ Kansas Press Women. We stop~l Fddv Bird City' Howard W [ .~r.o,,* 16 million in intcrnation |..-~a c,;.~a., r, orri.,k accomnan- ling the Mayor appointed the I ' I Ira Huntsmger celebrat.~ ;rag will add nothing to thy ped at Hays at the holnc of Mr ' v " o n ' . following people to the City The cadets represented their his birthday Saturday Aprll,~9 ", Rham., Lincoln Nebr. , al mall o~eratlons, lind by Claudette Ault. | [ " ' t .... ~appi~ess. [and Mrs. Vernon Kraus and[ ...... [ Specific information on the | Reading -"The Bible In My ]Library Board: Miss Mary,school squadrons o, the honor-].Friends and relatives dropped --Norace (about 5 B.C.) son, Rmhard where we enjoy- _ ......... new international rates can be ]ttand Jesse Platt |Hulse Mrs Nyla Berg Mrs. I ary mlht~ ry society Morel m during the day to wlah him ]om ..... ' .... ~cclaem uuesaay morn,ng ~ ' , . - ' " ' ! ' ' e l eu a nne lunch, lvirs, r~raus IsI I obtained from tim service win-| Vocal Salo - "The Stranaer |Thorborg Russell, Mrs. Paul-~han 1,000 cadets from 170 col-Imany more happy birth l~!k No place is home until two lthe daughter of Mr and Mrs I .... m. ....... I dow at the host office Jewell~f Galilee' Rev Rex Miller ]lrl~ Mentna~en Mt'~.Helen leges and universities met to lAii o~ Mr and Mrs ltui . s John . . " ' Trooper ,.aynaru ~JLIV.TaI.[;:I JtK:;" It" .... P . ' ' . . , *, , " , ople have latchkey' Stores, and Mrs. John ....,.n ...... ~.~.~.~ ,,,a~,h no. County Postmasters said ]accomnanist Mrs Rex Miller [Russell Miss Rachel Bales. discuss the AAS program lorlsmgers children we~l~ --AmerR;an. Smiesstayedat Hays and ..a ,1,...~a ...... ~.,, o* [ This Wad the first aeneral [ Readina" "Don't Blame The/and Mr. F. R. Fair. The [ the coming year and to hear[ for their father's birthday, irll The smoke of a roans own',lWmifred and I went on tol ..................... ~alincr'ease in international rates/~hidren" Mrs Clarence,Board lost four members wlth-laddresses by top level aero-[wantstothankallfor~tl~evislts ouse. is. better than the fire [ Dodge City. Ye Scribe was | ~:~,a'mues o.o tutti,east o~ mma~t'u~"on a~)Ucuun~y-'": ] ~"""~,,,,.= ou,a,,T'"" ........... lflal [~hnnk ' " ,'in the past.seven months, two I space._ leaders.. . . land. cards he recei~,~d., for ff his nelghborz. . [ very pleased to renew my ac-Iroad Mrs Vohna R McCluret The increases are: [ Vocal Duet: "No, Never ]by death ,and two by. resigns,t Cadet McCollough is working]birthday, . ,--Spanish ' I quaintance with George Hen- I ,, / / , Airm,il letters to Central | Atone" Mrs Davis & daUah- I t~br~ ,1/~ fifth member's term ~ toward a B. S. degree in ani- I ....... leauty ' [ricks whom I watched grow l~:'erSO:,:6 p]~o,~Sh~coach'on~a[ A~eei"r~a""~nd Caribbean area ]tb'~r,"B~rbara: ekPi~,ed .April 30th.. Mrs. Nits I mal husbandry at Kansasl The Boyd Faro.Sly: Nature gave horns to bulls,]up m Phdhpsburg. George lslhill, The vehicle rolled over onlft~o~a'13 rents a half ounce to[ ~V0~al Solo: "Prayer Per.[Fair and Mrs: Ahce Turnerlstate Umversity. J I am enclosing a ebeek f01P ~ooves to horses, speed to, president of the Dodge City I ,o ~.~ ~ .... n', ~m..,,~ ,rh,~[ 15