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Speak At and counselor at Scott Corn-I charge of the program. It wasI The largest percentage of ac-I ured 38~ inches in length and of game animals after dark Commencement munity High School from 19511 as follows: Songs, Charlene:I cidents resulted from the vic-I 16 inches in girth. It was __ to 1955, then assistant princi- I Demonstration, Wanda Glov- I tim either moving into the line I taken on a large minnow with accounted for 14 arrests. Nine Tell[son, a guidance pal for two years. He was[ er; Health talk, Patty Wallace.[of fire or from the victim be-[ a casting outfit while he was persons were charged with tak- ing or possessing fame out of principal of Greeley County[ The games were led by KenI ing covered by the shooter asl fishing for channel catfish He season and four were charged t personnel special- High School in 1957-58, then[ Winslow. We were glad to haveI the gunner was swinging onI was using 14-pound-test- line, with shooting game from a re- Hays State Col- went to Garden City where helJim Gunter with us and he lgame. I he said. of students. He was principal until he joinedl showed some interesting things [ Shotguns were the most p~'o- I "It was a pretty productive hicle. let speaker at Burr the Fort Hays State faculty.[ about filling out our records. [ minent type of gun being usedl day," Wood said "I caught a Violations of the state boat- School Commence- He.served as dean of men atlRefreshments were served bY lwhen accidents ocurred with[couple channels, too, weighing ing laws resulted in 21 con- 24 at 8:00 p.m. Fort Hays State from 1960 to[ Wallaces. / 29 mishaps resulting from shot-[ six and eight pounds When victions. The majority of these ~~::~ .... ,:.! ....... ~ i~ 1966, when he was named deanI --Dianne Dillon, Reporter. ] gun 'pellets, Only one accidentI the Northern hit, I thought for caSeSwithoutWeresufficientfOr operationlife preser-bats ~!!i~:~ of students. ] ------------- [was attributed tea handgunla while I had the biggest chan- ~,: vers aboard. ..... ~ Jell[son is a Kansas Mas- p | 4 / [ while other casualties resulted[ nel in the country." ter Teacher, a life member of]/-'~r'~ ~r~[ [ from .22 rifles. Of particular] Theme Time For The top fine for tile period the National Education Asso- -- ...... ] significance was the fact th~] Youthful Offenders was $125 levied against an in- elation, past president of the f"_._~__ ~l ..... /no highpowered rifle was reef Pratt- Seven youngsters who die[dual for three separate Southwest Kansas District of] I,,.l(.~[/L~ ]~W~} /sponsible for a single accidental were caught breaking fish and counts of fish and game law, Kansas Guidance and Person] ] Nearly 50 percent of the/game laws during the first violation. He was charged with rtet Association, and a mem Kansas Hunters Continue /hunting accidents were attri- quarter of 1967 had some writ- shooting from a vehicle, shoot- bar of PhiDelta Kappa, men's[Safe Use Of Firearms .~ .. / buted to hunters under 20 years ing chores to do. A sunamary ing a game bird while not in eoucadon fraternity. I l-'ratt - Hunting in me ~un-[ of ~ge of law violations released by flight and hunting without a In Hays Jell[son is a mere flower State continues to rank Of th 7 ' " rv ~'s license. , I [ e 3 accidents, 22 m- the Kansas Forest~, l, Lh and ber of Lens Club the Meth high in safety according to sta valved oth r sh o , I " ' ~ " | e o ters; 15 were Game Commission reveals that Public Hunting Areas odlst Church the Hadle Mere tistlcs recently compiled by the s If inflict "" ' Y [ " ' " ' . / e -' ' ed. Four of the five the juvenile offenders were or- Receive Heavy Use orml Hospital Board and an Kansas Forestry, Fish ann fatahttes also nv l h " ' " I " [ "' i o ved ot er dared by the courts to write Pratt - Statistics recently nually devotes time and lead Game Commission shooters h " . -[ . . . /~ ~. t emes on the fish and ~.ame compiled by the game division ershlp to the Hays United The Commission stud today ] Manhattan Man Bids laws and conservation as a of the Forestry, Fish and Game Commission reveal that many Fund drive. I that a total of five hunting ac:[ For Northern Record part of the penalty for their thousands of Kansas hunters He and his wife, Margaret, Icident fatalities were recoraeo [ Manhattan - A Northern Pike misdeeds. have two daughters in the state during calendar re ortedl I ' ' " /, [ .p y ~eighing 14 pounds, The offenses included hunt- are aware of the fact that pub- year 1966 same as mat re 151 ounces ~-- I " -/ 2 was caught last ing and fishing without licenses lic hunting areas provide good Northbrench Busy Bees 4 H cordedin 1965 Duringthe weekat the R " I " . ' | iver Pond area and attempting to take pro- prospects for a hunting trip. same 12 month period a total below Tutti Cr .... I " . | e eek Reservoir tected birds. The themes, up .Charles Henderson, develop- The re ulai meeting of th~ of 12 people died from boating here 1 g " . ' "| - ' ' | by A Wood, Manhattan to 300 words in length were ment and management super- !r of the Fort Hays ' ' ..... , .... ~ [ . [ ce a ent. assessed b. _h ............. visor for the Commission, N~)l thbl ,me h Dus~ I~;,. ! ti accidents and 733 fatalities insuran g v t re~ different since 1960, Dean , .~ ~ . [ ' " ' .' -| d has applied to the Kan- magistrates, states that approximately 76 Chlb met r~ I ~t the school were lecolded on Kansas high Woo [ng,S devotedteaching15 yearSand iliitlzi), Mil)i't,i :!i I~:/iu~t!ig~tht~ite i~: a [i oO/iii:a ! ?ti: foprGr2 ei o t:i ~ tl~a!a2 1 i~TfiS~iet~h~i! thousandpended onman'days15 majorWerepublicex" dnistration. ~ l hunting areas operated by the 'ort Hays Stater, he led by Charlene Wallace. TheI mobile. [cord for Northern Pike is 14 months of 1967. As usual, Fish & Game Commission in both bachelor of roll ('all x~au answered by ~::~~l According to data obtained[pounds, 6 ounces, held by Kiln hunting or fishing without a all parts of the state the past I master of science .., " ~. ' '.' [ ' . . ] ergsten of Clay Center. His license was the most frequent year. The total does not in- Basket Memories Minutes of from game protector reports B ~m FHS. His dec- Ihc a: ,~' ~.,'e "': [ J was made at Turtle violation with 124 cases. I e- clude use of the 18 smaller I st m(~tin~ x~tl Ir td a total of 32 hunting accidents catch 11 ~ee was earned at and approved. Gwen Glarer,I resulting in personal injuries/ Creek on May 6 1966 gal fishing accounted for 16 areas managed for maximum ~ity of Colorado. was a teacher the vicepresident, ,,a~ inIwere recorded / Wood said his big fish mevs. apprehensions and the hunting game production. Henderson points out that / hunters are not the only per- sons who benefit by the pre- sence of these areas. Many of them are located next to the shores of reservoirs or contain bodies of water and an unde: term[ned number of fishermen use the lands for access to favored fishing spots. SHll others use public hunt- ing areas for varied types of associated recreation. Approx- imately 118,200 man-days were expended in 1966 for activities such as hiking, bird watching, picnicking, primitive camping or just sightseeing. All together, the 33 public hunting areas in Kansas re- present a tremendous outdoor recreation resource. Dear Bus, Mother's subscription, Mrs, M. Drake, expired the last of April. I would appreciate it if you would see she doesn't miss any issues. I am looking forward to our class reunion this summer. Hope to see a lot of old friends. Neva Joy Smith 316 West Broadway, Sedalia, Missouri, 65301 MANY THANKS m My sincere thanks to all my frcinds and relatives who sent flowers, gifts, letters and cards and to those who visited me while I was in the Republic Co. Hospital and since return- ing home, Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. May God bless you all for your kindness and prayers. --Joe Kingsley. (New Wide Tread tires from Goodyear) Ed Nelsen of Hardy, Nebr, passed away Sunday at the Belleville hospital. Funeral services were held Wednesday. Mr. Nelsen was an uncle of George Jensen of Mankato. Dwight Marr of the Lovewell neighborhood had business which brought him to Mankato Monday morning. EACH D70-14 (6.9S x 14) red or white stripe tubeless plus $1.92 Fed Ex. 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AI Mrs. Newell Davis accom- niece, Mrs. Esther Lawson, ofi panied Mr. and Mrs. Emmett ~ccom-, Lewis of Burr Oak to Kansu Sunyvale, California, panied the Hundevadts" ifrom] City this week where Mr. Lew- home~ is entered the K. U. Medical McAUen. On the way they stopped for a visit at'" libel Center. Mr, and Mrs..~...~.,..Dn home of Mr. and Mrs. John] Diehl, the Lewises' uaus-,~,, City, I and son-in-law, took them to Robertson at Arkansas Kansas City. Kansas. The many friends of] the Hundevadts are happy to| have them~home. I Mtlt Klssinger of the Randall tt ["an-" community was a Mankato Ed Zimmer, prominent business visitor Monday mmm- dall farmer, passed away atI ing. the Beloit Hospital last Thurs-I day. Funeral services were] held fr this fine man MndaYl Pike Trail afternoon, May 8th. I I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth SmocklT. Menhusen. Jan was "'- ' Summ2ris~e! of Lawrence spent the weekend I visiting with her mother. Mrs. ] A. met Jewelt ~, Cawker City 48. ~dll organist at the Dixie Reece-J ~v, Burr Oak St. Jamutov~ S$, Prudenclo Calderon wedding[Zldar~tre ~,Dams ~, co.rt~aa s~. os~ Saturday. I sm.m~N Broad |ump: 20-7~, Blrdlen, JsweU; Cong. Bob Dole planned toI Hedetrom, CourUand; Varnoy, $@e|l; fly to Mankato Saturday toI Dame.Haskln$' CourUand; 'l~'lar, lqot~ attend the Dixie Reece-Pruden- I ~.mlla run: 10:45.0, wberle. GIm Elder; Wallace, Burr Oak; PItottt, cOo Calderon wedding. Becausel eawker City; Sehlall, Cawkar City; of bad weather his plane wasI .a..., Jeweli, (Now recordJ Dlocuo: 148-3 Raney, So&ndl&. m@- grounded at Lawrence. Before ll mens, Jewoll; Lervold, Seandla; Nel. Hon, Courtla~d; Hahn, Jamestown. her marriage, Dixie was em-I New record..Old record 140.4, CoI~IlI, ployed fn the congressman's ] ~urr oa~, ~. Blgh htuCdleo: 15.|, Varney, $ewsll; office inWasilington, D.C. I Siemens, Zewell; Schmldt, Notre Mr. an~dgar LeeIt :~Dia'me; Bartaeh, Jewell; l.al, rsee, !ll~JI- 100 yard dash: 10.4, NultY, J~ell; Brinkworth of Lawrence spent[ 81rdlell. Jewelli Sehmtdt, Not~ the weekend visiting at the]2ourtland.Oame"~feNlekelX' Bur~-O~g; Ha~lttl~, homes of their mothers, Mrs. ] ~i~e run: 4:~.25 Hestlnge, ll~rr o ,.I'~eu'a"' Oak; Blngesser. Cawker City; Oot. Edith Ost and Mrs. tam, Notre Dame; Welse, C~.wl~l Brinkworth, and attended the] city; R. Johnlou, Courtland. ~ I'~eece' ~so relay: 1:35.~, Jeweli. Cawlt.l~ wedding of Miss Dixie ("it)', Cournaud, l~urr Oak, Sealadla. and Mr. Prudencio Calderon ] New record. Old record 1:~.1 by ~t'~' Oak. 19M. Saturday. I Pole vault: 11-11 OpIInler, ZeweU| l Lateen, Seandla; ~tensaas. ~ca~dl&;' Breauit. Notre Dame; ~n. Jolmsml, Cournand, New record. Old ra~ora Dear Friends, I 11-10 by Dickey. Courtland, 11156, I will renew my Jewell ] Javelin: 153-'/~. Raney, ~andla; Cm~ter. Cawker City; Slememl. Jewell; County Record, Mankato, Kan-[ Bi.geoser. Cawker City; Holdren, sas. Will send $4 for one year.I Jewell. N~ record. Old raeord l~F/.l~i by Raney. SoundlY, 19~. Send it to Lola Hoffman, 33311 ~io duos: s2~. MeSieken, B.rr O~; r~ ~;] u,~u~n"ew^''~, Colo. Claussen. Jewell; Lawsov, Js~entow~i So. Clarkson, Raise. Cawker City; Houton, Clwket 80110. City. New record. Old record ~I.S bF Ost, Burr Oak, 1~. Low hurdles: 21.1, Nulty, $~sn| Se~mldt, Notre Dame; Varney, Jewel|| Girl Scout Day Camp elngeoser, Cawker City; Hedstro~, Courtland. New reeord. Old record 2.1.35 by Lundblade, CourUand, 10G0. Day camp folders announ- shot put: 52-II~,, honey, ~d|&; Conu. Jamestown; Lervoui, ~&~dla; ring sessions, fees. equipment c~rter, Jamestown: Holdren, Jawell. lists, and other pertinent in- ,~ew record. Old record ~0-3, galley, Sea rolls, 1965. format[co are now being dis- Me,lie:,, relay: 4:01.7. Bttrl' Oak, e'a~kvr City. JewelL Jamestown, Olell tributed to local Girl Scouts. ~.ler Day camp for Lebanon and Mankato will be held in the Mankato City Park June 59 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. The girls will pay $1 of the camp fee, which will be match- ed by troop funds or sponsoring groups. Girls are asked to re- turn their registration and $1 to Mrs. Myron Hulbert by May 5. ~(I run: ~:13.1, Trude, Jame.towr,; Plrotte. Cawker City: tloulon, Cowker ('lty; Metro, Notre Dome; Heotin|| Burr (1ok. High Jump: 5-7, lllrdsell, 3~'ell; ]:A~,N$Ofl. JImor~tOWll; $1trrn~l, (2awMer City; Laroon, Jewell; /~rlck~on, toaa- dia. 220.dash: ~3.L Nulty, Jewell; Relic, Cawker City; Ldtrson, JameMawnI Clauosen, JeweU; NYlund, Ik~t~dts. New record. Old record ~.M, MeCo~r. mlek, Burr Oak, I~. t Mile relay: 3:4(I.3, Jewell, N~ilt Dame, Cawker City, Jamestowl~, Court. land. Girls' 440 relay: M.7, Ol~ ~Idel' Courtland, ~ Oak. I I Lively, moving, active, energizing. That's what Kinetic means. And that's what Kansas is. A great place to grow! Kansas' young people can make it grow. Help it grow. And grow with it. The future of Kansas is in motion. Now. Moving ahead with the times. Kansas needs youth willing to roll up its sleeves and work for a Kinetic Kansas... whose greatness lies ahead! The Electric Cooperatives believe in Kan- sas' go-power. That's why they're build- ing and planning for the great develop- ment that's still to come. Grow, young man. Stay in Kinetic Kan- sas. The State with go-ability. The State with grow-ability. ----------' i l I I l 0 0