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May 11, 1967     Jewell County Record
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I I i m.4 I r 1Ii t III ed in the proper percentage, it is hard to control tempera. [ Each tank feeds 69 tomato in the summer. He plans to I-IIE ! Y P , Y trol the intensity of light ann iMlSS L,OOmlS. oaugnter0 q o I n ! l alld the food nutrients are mix- er. During the real not months, A GOIIIOLIOATION OF TN WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MOMltCIl~ 1 i I I This food is then fed to the ture. For that reason, Clarence &NB ~'uw gnDunen uw ~--A ~ pzams. "me proper m~xmg of plans to have this crop finished _. .........................."" Ill tile food Is the key to getting by the first of July and not IF IT $ FOR JEWKI, L COUI~TY, WW'RK FOR IT : l I the right taste in the tomatoes, start the second crop until late No 48 2 Sections- 1'4 Pagas ~I plants. That means Mr. Loomls raise two crops per year. ..... " l Re-ubllcon we...,...,. 1 I II age plant will produce 10 lbs. fans tn the building and he [ _ i' " " ~ [] |1 of tomatoes. Clarence has al- uses cheesecloth over the too I : Ifor all Republican Women May | I lck - - a " "- -0 in nm I ii::'~:: "~ i 20th at Smith Center. aegistra- ~:] |[ p en .ann. ,oox o no ~ne temperature when the sun Is ~'::: " i h ll t rucK Will plCK mere up at toe real not ,i'll tion is at 9 a m n t e p~ "y ' row slt s th a s " e l'l| Cl Held Men. r . , o,ow sin,,,, i i i l for th!s c~p ' V -- I l State Bank Luncheon will be G i~ rlpen, t.ne t~oomls [amny .nat were planted in the manzato ' ' t P ul s -6" Grill Con ~t, ~s [] ) been eatlng me rlrst ones. Tney Gi'eenhouse in December They u., / / anaB b" o,e is 't, e | i are highly pleased with the were transplanted the 5th __ II If IIIVF, ihi~ [ ~~~ [ .... ~.. , ..~. ......... ~., : fine quality and taste of the February to Clarence's Hy. i i ;i ~ i ~i~ ]+, ...... he ,~.a .... in. Mrs Clarence Loomis Is raising high ~hdol. crop, This week, Clarence ex- droponics Gardens. i ~ ~'I~ [ ~~ [~l"~'in~'"R~,,~" S'~'~t"h c"on';~r o,~ tomatoes by the hydroponics In the picture above are pects to have his first toma- Although a relatively new " , " lm ~,~'J~! | ~: - :~!: iBernice Howard Mankato method and his first crop is shown Clarence Loomls, left, toes boxed and ready for ship- conception of growing food and , ~ ~ i~" " #~ ~. [ ~'~~1~ [ ..... '_ .....' nearly ready for market, On and Marvin Loomis, fight. It ment. As the tomatoes ripen, i flowers, hydroponics has i~i~i~ ~ ~ "~T ~ [ ~~ iPre-Klndergarten Enrollment the lot, back of his house, is an interior view. Between they will be made ready for lproven successful. Clarence ~ ~i~ ~i~ ~~ [ ~~~ [For Unified School District ~71 Clarence has constructed a Clarence and Marvin can be shipment and Clarenceexpectsl has studied this method in ~|i~ ~ ~:II~ q l ~~~ | "---- building I02' long and 42' wide. seen one of the tanks, whichi the last tomatoes of this cropl fffeat detail and with Charlea'a ~:. ~:~~~~! r!~I[~Jll I ..... I Unified School Dist 277 will It is made of fiberglass and] feed the plants In the picture, t~ be shipped by the first of[ fine help they are raising ,~ i ~ '~ [s,~ml~rla~,~enevmve ~un-[hold pre-enrollment'for kinder- steel and was designed by PanI you can see a large number of July. . [an excellent crop. Because "of I~ ~ ~l '~~ ~W~-'~ |:-~-~.'-~'.'~:'~ ~: -,'~'.' ..... '~".':/garten on Monday May 15 American Hydroponics. ] tomatoes hanging from the All growing factors are con. i the disease element, Pan ~ m ~ ~.~ |~at~ .toga :,cnoou ~s one of ,~u |1967 ~t 2 00 p.m in the Burr Charles McGinnia works plants in the foreground. In troUed in this operation. TheI American Hydroponics ad- m ~ ~~r-- ~ |tP~ruclpams cnosen Item more |Oak' Methodist Church base regularly at the Hydroponics[ the pictures below, part of thel temperature is set for 62 de-I vises owners of its equipment !~!~ m i :~ t~ an zoo appncants mr me ~6~/ment Pu il must be 5 ears Gardens Clarence, who super-I front and the south side of the| greet at night and 80 to 90 de-[ to keep the general public from imp ..... i:~ INDZAfren~n,stItute~t.Kan'|o~ .ge o.Por befo,, Ny. , ] vlsed the building of the plant,i buildlng are shown ln one and grees In the daytime. Thelentering the building. Too, m m m orate ~eacners t~ouege, mi967 to enroll In kinder-artJn 'I does a lot of work in the even-[ Mr. McGlnnls Is shown looklngl bulldlng Is heated wlth gas[srnoklng Is not allowed In tlu~ . Emporia, Kansas This is the g 1 m I ~ ' ~,~, )fourth year such' an 'inStitute/ ........ " lngs and on Sundays and hell-I at some tomatoes he Just pick. overhead heaters in the winter-[interior. For this reason, it m mm ' mh_s ........... , m ......... [ days. Clarence s son Marvin ied in the other. [ time. Too, he has Installed[will be appreciated If people i i m i mR l a oeen nero a~ me couege, m nays .- Tnree oewe, ~ounty [ helns with th~ ,~ork in hill The-- ~-,, in +,-Us In thel evauorator coolers to control I, ,n ,o,,.~;,, ~ ..... t,~,,~, ,,, ~,, l The InsUtute begins June 15 women students at Fort ays spare time, He LS a junlor' building. In each Eva!uat~on meetlngI in charge of the program., land runs through August 2. [State College have been elect-[ in[ tank, waterI the temperature in hot weath-[$pect the operation. at the, t~u~alo ~om[ 4-H community leaders from [ Genevieve Munsey and the |el to Women's Leadership Or-I ~ ] ' .se ln.ManKato I every club in the county at- mother institute participants will mganization, a senior women's[ %;, ~'!~: ~i ) (' i ') !' ":! : : : ': !: C, L):~:! [ [~~'*~' '~,:~t'~J~[~ .m,g, ~w,ay 8th_ Jim[ tended. A very educational and |receive a steady diet of French |honorary group. | ~ ~ ~: ~' : ~ L ~' ~ :~ q ~:'' ~ :~ : :' ~' : : ] ~ ~ ~1~ ~: [ ~~+~ ~~ ~ ' ~ : ~ -~' =" -- left: aoo~:e,.,,.,#eweu[interesting meeting was held.[during the seven weeks the| They are Sharon Kay Loom/ .. ::!:Li ' I * :"-. .agent, .ano w uuamji.[ The dinner was furnished bY[institute is in progress. Be-[|s, Tarl Marietta and Linda[ ~h@,~r ::i::::' ;i/ : .... ' : : ' m : " I -=- : ~gnt, a.oove, area x-lthe First National Bank. Man-[sides their daily elght-hour[Ross. I : [ , I ' ~pecm~lSt lot -ri uzu[a|kato Esbon State Bank. Zsbon,lschedule of classes and con-[ --- [ -~.~, / her Youth Extensionl and 'Citizens State Bank, Jew-lversational groups' the noon| | ~ ~ ~:~ ~L " ::~ 's f Cncrd'a' were [ ell' I "nd evening meals are taken I I IIi ,'~ ::, l ~m~ . ~. ...... )in the Institute Center. assur-i~~/-A~, ~ i ~~~~~ ::~~ [ _-] : J g"..... ~ m ~t ling that only French wi]l be l~F'~, ~:'~I~m] ~~i~~i:II~,~~ m ] : ,:- ~} ~. , , ...~: ,!,~,~: .,~, spoken during those times, ,~.i~: :~ : .:,!!,i~F~ ;~ .. , ispecial events for the part|c|-lE~rl ' m m ILP'A~~IIIi m - I Shorl Of It? ~ne county. Wnere this iSlpants' events that supplement| l | ....... ~" '~'= .... -- " tss Quola I me case, mayb~ we should con- Ithe formal instruction and I [ ~{i~i ~i~~~ I ~31~~ ~q~,~~ sider contrlbutmg an extra 2 ~ ~ " 11 " " JPractice program. The special/~ / " _ _*:i / I* ire, $1,034.60 has beenI ao ars or 3. dollars to helPlevents include a lecture by Dr.|~~ /:// .... : : = / to the Jewell CountylPaY me" cost getting thel Theodore Anderson of the Uni| l " l-- I I ~~!~::i Oss Fund drive. This lo o extrac~eo xrom me omer I versity of Texas and a recital l~~, / [ - / "~T - :~ ~:~)~,~-~ :,: ....... ~ '~ is $565.40 short of the[ mellow. The cost to .three or lby the French actor, Pierre[ i. -~.-_ , . _ . l -- - : ..... i uota set for the tour people needm blood #ewe, ~ounry t.ultura! Kansas U S Highway 3 q / g I Vlala; visits to the Eisenhower l ..... I l | ~m ~ . ~I .,, -,, .based oh its needs, if I could easily be more than the ] l~useum in Abilene, the Kan-m JArls School [ A.o.laflon To Meet [ ~r- == Am= ~m~ iV i..=_m:,~.. I ] }o carr out our lan total county quota to say no a , In Atwood May 18 Y P - , - sat City, Me. Art Gallery nd ,l program which '"/thing for the summer swiml:he ~ruman 'Librarv in }nde/ / The regular monthly generalI [ ~.uug,Ir~ ttudmmmy m m " I e ' J ~ -- the countv blood nro-[ program the local home ser-[ n,~nH~.~,~ Ms. nntl a nioni~[ Sharon Kay Loom s |m etmg of the Jewell County] The annual meeting of the a vitally important pro-[vice program, and our local[ ~n'th~e'F~ini"Hihs ......... [., ..... fmCultural Arts School wa's held[ Kansas U. S, 36 Association[ ..... ,hich insures every Jew-[disaster fund which is virtu-[' The teacher-students whol. ....... |Thursday evening, at 7:30 in[ will be held in Atwood onI~m~=., n ....... n ~_ _,L all de I ted ~v~r ana ~v~rs ~mrence i oom~s ~ty citizen all the blood[ Y pe . fare instructors of French whol ~ ' ......... " .....oH'n- in[the basemqnt of the Mankato] Thursday, May 18, starting at[ I~nr ~_~]~m~In411 i~l~_~_~ y require at no cost[ If you have not given, or[~lan to continue in the field ellm ~w.an~?.~v, ~, ..~aj ~,, JCity Hall. Mrs. Evan Hansom| 9:00 at the American Legion[ mvu l~v]ivli~m VV~ - - - - art elucatlon bne is recoI olng ,i~ the need arise ]can see your way clear to[ secondar,, education are as ]~ . ' . : , ' ' [president. announced a change[ Hall with coffee and registra-[ ' of us due to various[gire a little more, please send[ slated in'their "total immerll secret,ary ol ner sororiw, ~Ig-]in meeting place of the Wed-[ tlon. [ The Mankato Cougars scored[ Medley relay (J. C Clegg k, can 'not give blood[Yur contribution to Mrs. Bet-[ sion" in French speaking byl ~faT~.'g~sal~ogarm.aaa ~ec~r[ nesday afternoon cake decor.[ The day will be spent with[ 32 points in the Northern Ken-[Eddie Wilson, Mike Rourke, he bloodmobile comes]tY Atkinson, Jewell, Kansas. flour native speakers of French ]( . g - ', .P~ p ..... ,mating and flower arranging[ reports, discussions 'and bust-] sat League Tr~ck Meet at Be-[ and Mike Dodd), 4th, 4:00. I .o live with the participant, l atraPP aaea I )r: eus ' 'ee.l classes' They will now be held[ ness. John Montgomery, Dir-Ilolt Thursday, May 4th. CoachI Tony Patrlck: 3rd in 2 mile, Of I sPrayed or when applied inland help direct their conversa-]j -. , P "[in the north basement room of| ector of Highways is to Dreiling and assistant coach[ 10:57. scenmng the Mankato City Hall at the h o nln set J k h he s uad o ke 3rd in shot, ,Indweed I permanent grass sod. JUons in the language In addi-]~ " [i " [ present at t e m r " g -[ ones too t e w le q .[ Mike R ur : ---- } Small patches of bindweedltionfour of th,~ ~nstitute's| ..... Iregular times.--3 to 4 p.m. for|sion and F E Hartzler ofmBeloit won the championship[45'6" and 4th in pole vault, 9 *'* ~* :, , * t~ have field bindweedl may be treated with one of J teachers are native speakers] ~ [cake decorating and from 4 to| Emporia State will give the[and Mankato placed 6th. Wzn-110', ve a serious problem[ the soil sterilants as a method mef French '| ~, 15 p:m. for flower arranging.] luncheon address. [ter conditions were poor for a[ Ralph Ozmun, 1st in discus, I can control it in three] of eradication. These chemi-I - Songs "informal talks by[ -~ false, 25 cents is being asked| All members and friends of|tr~ck meet, The schedule orig-[153'. - !ways; by intensive cul-] cals are more expensive on am native 'speakers of French,] i leach member to help defray| our highway are Invited to beninally called for the prelim-[ Melvin Kitts: 4th in Javelin, t, by use of chemicals] cost-per-acre basis and leave[films slides and other dem-I.~ _ [scnool organlzationa~ expenses.[ present. Luncheon tickets are[inarles to be run in the after-|166'. ' combining cultivation,] the land unproductive for a] 0~strations will be presented| ~"~" ~,, ~~ | Four sessions of the 8-weekn$2 and should be ordered early. | noon and the finals at night.| 440: Chuck Zadina, 5th, tls an~l-or competitivenPeriod of time, however, thel after dinner approximately[ [schedule remain. A new series| Pre-registration and a hot-|Because of the rain, the whole[ Ralph Ozmun has the best ]cost and loss of productivity[twice weeklv; conferences will| > Jwill begin, if enough interest|pitality hour will be held at|meet was held in the after- | throw in the state in the dis- bindweed is difficultn is justified since the spread of}be conducted by participants[ [warrants. New classes in knit.|the Atwood Country Club on|noon. This left little time be-|cut this year in class B. It tt ~' 4 J : r' ~Y/ ! q, .:' 4:~7' : ,!:!