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THURSDAY, MAY II, 1967 |IV i National Advertising Representative KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. 701 Jackson, Topeka, Kansas 66603 qATIONAL NEWSPAPEr I can show to any human ] 9 0 ~ being,let me do it now and A C T I f not defer it for I shall not pass this way again." JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Vol. 76, No. 47, printed week- ly at Mankato, Kansas 66956. "The Newspaper of Jewell COunty" THE BOYD FAMILY Owners and Publishers F. W. BOYD, JR., Editor Frank Boyd, Associate Editor "Any good thing that I do, or any kindness that Hosdtal Fund According to Richard Dia- mond, treasurer, the total in !the Itospital Fund, at noon Tuesday, May 9, was $45,808.72. Tile following have con- tributcd since the list was published : Dr, K. E. Sherill Memorial Fund: Mr. lind Mrs. Ellis Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Tietjen, Mr. and Mrs. Erling Dahl. IVlankato American Lutheran Second Class Postage Paid at Church Women. the Post Office, Mankato, Kansas 66956. I .......... Purposes Of Kansas Extension Homemakers Week Subscriptions: $3.00 per year in Jewell County and surrounding counties (Smith, Osborne Mitchell, Cloud, Republic counties in Kansas, and Nuckolls and Webster coun- ties in Nebraska. $4.00 a year elsewhere. Subscribers are asked te notify this office at once when they have a change of address. FOR HOME FOLKS M. A. B. economy. The president might take fewer trips to his Texas ranch. It is estimated that each trip to the Texas ranch costs the government $i0,000.00. No Saturday night on Man- kate MS this week. Ye Scribe was in Lawrence with grand- daughter, MY Betty. Before Saturday Night Wednesday evening 1 accom- panied my Boss and Mary to Belleville to attend the banquet at the State Convention of the P.E.O. Sisterhood. We visited with many old friends from over the state. - Glad to see the former residents of Man-i kato, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence; Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Householder, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haase. I also saw the following from Mankato: Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Waugh, Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Judy, Roena Nel- son and Aletha Loomis. - Fri- day morning my Boss took me o Beloit to meet the bus, and I went to Lawrence to attend the Theta Sigma Phi Matrix Table banquet with my grand- daughter, Betty. - I intended to come home Saturday but my son, McDill, was scheduled to be in charge of a program, "Opportunities .Unlimited", sponsored by the Young Re- publican Club of Kansas Uni- versit.~,, all day Saturday, so I stayed another day. Enjoyed a very interesting program that day. Heard congressmen and U. S. senators talk, and governors, including the young- est congressman, Wm. A. Steiger of Wisconsin and Con- ~ressman Larry Winn and Congressman Bob Dole of Kan- sas. Visited with Bob and he told me that he had planned to be in Mankato at that very hour to witness the marriage of Dixie Reeee, but he had been grounded on account of weather conditions. - Between sessions I had a chance for a little visit with MeDill. - Com- ing home on the bus Sunday afternoon I visited with Ella Colson. Ella plans to spend Insideinformationusually out. -MAB- Ever try to spend your va- cation that would fit within budget? -MAB- The more patience you have more people want to use -MAB- A woman will spare no ex- to save at a bargain -MAB- After a little experience, a will soon learn that will seldom miss any- even if they go to bed midnight. -MAB- The average man's idea of a sermon is the one that over his own head and a neighbor. -MAB- We were saddened the past when we heard of the of a fine friend of )urs, Drew McLaughiin, of Pa- Drew has been a trusted of Mr. Boyd and me for years. He began his career at the age 10 years, working for his Ewing Herbert, at Hia- Drew has extended aany kindnesses to me over years. The most recent when I was in the Osa- mtomie hospital with virus monia. I am in the habit reading the Topeka Capital since Osawatomie is in of the Kansas City the Capital was not Drew McLaughlin of my wishes and fur- me a copy of the Capi- each morning. - Another my contemporaries, who away shortly after McLaughlin did, was Breyfogle, Sr. at Olathe. my lifetime I have touched lives of many old time Capper, Henry Allen, William Allen White, Harger, Gomer Dav- is, Clyde Reed, Sr., Ed Howe, Morgan, Vic Murdock, Herbert and Will Beck. latter is the only one of old timers living. One by, our old time friends have the final roll call. 1. To acquaint more people with the total Extension Ser- vice program and to empha- size its contribution to home and family living. 2. To interpret to the many mblics the scope of the home economies Extension program lind how it helps families as they adjust to changing social and economic conditions. 3. To inform people of the home economics agent's duties and to tell them how to con- tact her. ' 4. To help homemakers know and use research findings re- lated to the home and family. 5. To give special recogni- tion to volunteer leaders, whose part in planning and carrying out the program has made possible the magnitude of home economics wo,'k. These purposes were printed in the l)istrict meeting pro- gram held in Belleville, Kans. May 5. --A Whitemound Extension Homemaker, Mrs. Ernest BIattner. Burr Oak Y.W.C.A. Installation of officers for Y.W.C.A. and Y-Teens was held at our April ineeting con- ducted by Lonnie Diehl. Glen- nit Boyles sang a solo, "With- out a Song". Installed were: Presidents, Elva McLean and Alyce Garman; Vice-Presi- dents, Ruth Glover and Wanda Glover; Secretary, Mary Stepp; Treasurer, Faye Deck- er; Sec.-Treas. for Y-Teens, Cheryl Decker; Finance, Con- nie Pettit: Publicity Chairmen, Jacqueline Boyles and Diane Ost; Worship Chairmen, Etta Runyon and Deloris Roesti: World Fellowship Y-Teens, Pat Richards~ Music Chairmen, Marjorie Johnson. and~ Marcia McNiehols~ Program Chair- men, Fern Harris and Glenna Boyles; Social Chairmen, Dor- othy Fearing and Lynn Blair; World Service, Winifred Me- Nichols; Public Affairs, Cath- erine Byers. Eighth grade girls and eighth grade mothers were guests of Y.W.C.A. Re- freshments were served by Marjorie Johnson, Marcelene Platt, Fayc Decker and Jane Harris. Attention all Y.W.C.A. mem- bers. Don't forget to bring 2 dozen cookies each for our Spring Style Review and Tea May 16 at 2:00 p.m. when the Home Ec. girls style the clothes they have made the past year. --Reporter. NOTICE The Mankato High School Alumni Banquet will be held in the Armory at Mankato Sunday, May 28th, at 6:30 p.m. Bring a covered dish and ser- vice. Forrest Fair recently re- ceived a letter from Blanche Cortner. Claude Cortner is in are privileged to have them. , -MAB- in Government? A year ago at Christmas President Johnson order- a "Light-out-of-the-White- campaign as an econo- measure. September 20, 1966 (about weeks before the 1966 elec- the president ordered a ~eze" or cut-back of the ~ral civilian payroll. What Since that so called "Freeze" 20, 1966, 90,902 ely- employees have been add- To meet this added pay- it costs us (our govern- about 750 million dol- annually. Additional facts about econ- The Johnson-ttumphrey ration has spent $40.5 more than it has taken during the first four years '65, '66, '67) of the "Great In other words, our has gone $40.5 dollars in the red the four years. That means we are going in debt at rate of $10 billion dollars year. might suggest a minor the summer on the farm. Hope to see you Saturday night. 2nd Grade Brownies The 2nd Grade Brownies, Troop 178, met May 6 at the home of leader Marjorie Hul- bert. We said the Flag Salute and our Brownie Promise. Re- freshments of keel-aid and cookies were served by Mil- dred Hulbert to 10 Brownies, two leaders, and four tag alongs. The Brownies were tak- en to the National Guard Ar- mory. We were given a tour of the mess hall, saw guns and all tried on a gas mask. A ride in a jeep was given to everyone. The Brownies and leaders were served cnffee and tea. The Brownies enjoyed the tour and ride very much ~nd wish to thank the National Gurardsmen very much. Reporter. Halsey Pangborn has been confined to his home for the past several weeks from a serious illness. However, he and Mrs. Pangborn do enjoy visitors, - Swedish Hospital, Room 559B at Englewood, Colorado. Claude had his left leg am- putated May 1, 1967. He would be happy to hear from friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mosburg of Kansas City, Missouri ar- rived Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis. They came to attend the fun- eral services for Floyd Byers, a brother-in-law of Mrs. Mos- burg and Mrs. Loomis. Mr. and Mrs. Mosburg, Mr. and Mrs. Loomis, Miss Mabel Yapp and Amos Yapp of Burr Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yapp attended the Byers fun- eral at Jewell Monday. The families all visited atthe Loomis home Tuesday. Chas. T. Nichols returned the first of the week from Chicago where he attended a Covered Wagon Club meeting. This is an organization which honors Springfield Insurance Co. agents, who have made an outstanding record. Dinner guests of Mrs. Lucy McBride Thursday were Lena Monbeck, Media Whttley, Le- nore Smith and Gaff Bliss. JEWELL COUNTY ,RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS i i i ..... i According to Clyde Reed, of- ficial weather observer, Man kate has received 1.61 inches of moisture during the past week. May 4th, one inch of snow fell, which contained .22 of an inch of moisture. The rains produced the following:i May 5, .55; May 6, .70; and May 8, .14. All the moisture came slowly and did a tre- mendous amount of good. It gave a great boost to pastures, wheat, and all other growing crops, trees, and phmts. The low for the week was 31 degrees on Wednesday and Thursday. May 3 and 4. The high for the week was 81 de- grees on Tuesday, May 9, Trooper Shearer Reports Accident Patrolman Shearer reports an accident which happened 12.2 miles east of Smith Cent- er on Highway 36 May 9 at 2:10 p.m. This was a one car accident with Ruth Kramer of Taylorville, Ill. driving a 1966 Plymouth. She apparently fell asleep. The car ran into the ditch and hit a culvert. Other~ occupants of the car were Miss Kramer's mother, Stella Kramer, and Lucille Entsmin er. The three were taken to the Smith Center hospital. Mrs. Stella Kramer suffered a broken left shoulder and the other two had severe lacera- tions of the face and bruises. White Rock Riders The White Rock Riders 4-H Club met Monday at 4:30 p.m. at the Robert Korb home. The leaders had a contest that in volved matching cowboys of the world to their own country. Bob Korb and Cheryl Decker gave a demonstration on grooming and clipping. Each member was given a chance to handle the clippers. All of the members present bridled and saddled a horse for pro- cedure, then unsaddled. Those present were Gayle Waugh, Cheryl Decker, Bing Korb, Bob Korb, Larry McMains, Brian Howard, Ed Runyon and the leaders, Norma Kiehl and Hazel Korb. Bob Korb was awarded the traveling trophy tit this meeting. The group en- joyed refreshments at Mi- chael's Care. The next meet- ing will be at the show grounds May 20. --Ed Runyon, Reporter. Mrs. Harry Sutllff Mrs. Helen MeNiehols and Merrill spent Wednesday after- noon with 'Kelly MCNicllols '~hile~ M~i .and MrS. lJo@~tl McNichols :and family attended the fra'Ck me'et at Beloit. Kelly is entertaining the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch were dinner guests at the Sut- lift home Wednesday. Mrs. Delbert Williamson of Casper, Wyo. and Mrs. Myrtle Brandon called on Mrs. Grace Haworth Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fitch attended the funeral of Mr. Ed Zimmer at Randall and the funeral of Mr. Floyd Byers at Jewell Monday. Mrs. Eleanor O'Neall and Mrs. Etta Masters were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins Sunday. Mrs. Fred Zoberst called on Mrs. Goldia Johnson and Mrs. Eleanor O'Neall Tuesday after- noon. Mr. Roscoe Knight of Hay-' iland spent Friday night at the Lowell McNichols home , and called on Mrs. Helen Me- Nichols Saturday evening. FUN DAY Mankato Saddle Club Sun- day, May 14, 2:30 p.m. at Saddle Club grounds. Every one welcome. National Nursing Home Week Mrs. ()la C. Wilbeck. Ad ministrator of the Wilbeck Rest Honaein Mankato, has received word that National Nursing Horne Week will be observed May 14-20, 1967. The theme is "A Fuller Life". The owners and employees of Nurs- ing tiomes are responsible for ' the care of our older citizens and strive to make their days pleasant. Visits to residents of these Homes during the week should be part of the obser- vance. Delta Kappa Gamma The Pi Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society of the Jewell and Republic Counties was held in the afternoon of May 7, 1967 at the home of Mrs. Mildred Moore of James- town. 18 members answered roll call with "an old fashioned remedy". Among the Show and Tell (creative) by the mem- bers were: Wood carving, cro- chet work, picture painting, copper trays, applique work, and afghans. Our New Pur- poses were presented by Mary Anthony. Mariana Switzer then showed slides of the KABIE (Kansas Agriculture Business Industry Engineering) that she had accompanied in the sum- mer of 1966. Mrs. Kelley, mo- ther of Mrs. Moore was a guest of the Society. The date for the Workshops at Mankato will be Sept. 30. The hostess- es, Mildred Moore, Thressa Kekky, Hannah Hanson, and Doris Smith served a lovely lunch at the close of the meet- ing. --Reporter. Mailbox Improvement Week Postmaster General Law- rence F. O'Brien said today national "Mailbox Improve- ment Week" will be observed by the Post Office Department from May 15 to 20. The Department, Mr. O'Bri- en explained, has sponsored similar observances for many years. They have been very helpful in encouraging postal i customers to maintain their mailboxes in good shape, with resulting greater security for the mails, he pointed out. Various employee organiza- tions have traditionally joined in the observance of Mailbox hnprovement Week as part of their civic programs to make' their communities more at- tractive, the Postmaster Gen- eral said. Mailbox Improvement Week is designed to call attention to the need to provide mail recep- tacles that will help protect the mails against weather, and i the necessity of locating boxes at convenient locations where Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Voss of they will not constitute a traf- Manhattan were dinner guests l fic hazard and will be readily of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Me-]accessible to the carrier. Im- Nichols and Kelly Tuesday. I proved appearance is also Mrs. Ollie Moon. Mrs. Mabel I stressed. McCorkle, Mrs. Lettie KorbI The observance has stimu- and Mrs. Jessie Knight accom- lated organized activities in panied Mrs. Estel Terrill to Red Cloud Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs, Stella Simpson. Mr. Skip Cull of Haddam was a guest of John Kaighin Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hastings were dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles, and enjoyed a boat ride at the lake. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles spent Monday at the Ruben Cassaart home in Maska, Kan- sas where a family dinner was being held. The dinner was given in honor of Mrs. Boyles' brother, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cassaart and family, from Garden Grove, Calif. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Spencer were guests Thursday at a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs, Ella Spencer Draper's 91st birthday at Paul's Cafe in Smith Center. Jay O. Rodgers, Jr. of Dan- bury, Conn. and his sister Mrs. Joyce Tyler, of Topeka stopped in Mankato over night Tuesday. They were returning fro,u a busines~ trip to Colby. many communities to develop more attractive boxes, sur- rounded by flowers and the addition of color, metalwork, etc. In recent years, the Depart- ment has encouraged manu- facturers to develop boxes of new designs, and homeowners are offered a large variety of new and traditional types. The boxes are served along 31,000 rural routes over the country, and are also used in some suburban areas where eurbside delivery is provided. -- Lyle Rafferty Postmaster. Mr. and Mrs. Coburn Hen- ningsen and Vail D. were Sun- day evening visitors at the Robert Ost home. Jane Marie Henningsen has had employ- meat at the Wanda's Beauty Shop in Jewell the past month. L. E. Weltmer, L. M. Welt- mar, and R, E. Weltmer at- tended a meeting of the State Bar Association in Kansas City, Kansas Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last wc~k. :,. , The regular meeting of the Lions Club was held Monday night, May 8, President Melvin Blecha presiding. Lion Byron Rogers is cur- rently in the Republic County Hospital. A "contemporary" type get well greeting was sent to him. A group of six high school boys offered a (loosely speak- ing) musical program. The group, composed of Mike Rourke, Leon Hell, Rodney Rafferty, Ralph Ozmun, Russ- ell Lange, and Bruce LeClair were introduced by Hap Wil- son. No one slept through the session. A meeting of the Directors is called for May 15, 7:00 p.m. at the Frontier Cafe. The next regular club meet- ing is scheduled for May 22. CAROL COSAND KWATCHER'S SHOWER DATE CHANGED Because of a conflict with Air Force plans, the coopera- tive community wedding show- er to honor Airman and Carol Cosand Kwatcher has been re- scheduled to Saturday evening, May 20th, 8:30, at the George Cosand home. Other plans re- main the same as announced in last week's paper. - The Committee. Laura Leigh Nelson Dr. and Mrs. Craig E. Nel- son of Bloomington, Indiana announce the arrival of their daughter, Laura Leigh, on May 4, 1967. The young lady weighed 6 lbs., 13 ozs. Laura Leigh's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wiley and Mr. and Mrs. Loide Nelson. Mrs. Daisie Nelson and Mrs. Nellie Vance are her great grand- mothers. Harland Roy Badger Harland Roy Badger was born to Robert Badger, Jr. and Leah Badger May 6, 1967 at the Republic County Hos- pital in Belleville. The baby weighed 9 lbs, and 15 ozs. at birth. NOTICE All boys interested in play- ing Ame~iwau L~ion ball, be at the north diamond by the Co-op Elevator Sunday, May 14, at 2:30 p.m. --Don Uzdill, Coach. Edith Felger Who says the weatherman cannot be frea.kish? Last Wed- nesday, May 3, it snowed about all day and perhaps 3 or 4 inches fell. Part of it was 2 or 3 days melting. Then about 3 inches of rain fell Friday and Saturday. No doubt much of the fruit is killed. Time will tell the datruage done to the wheat. Ida Pugh Went to Belleville Saturday evclaing to spend the weekend with. her son, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Pugh and family. Bob is home :from the hospital now and getting along fine, Fred Littledield of Wichita was here for Quarterly Meet- ing Friday a~d brought some good messages. Friday even- ing Roscoe Knight and a ladies trio from FL'iends Bible Col- lege at Haviland came for the services that night and Satur day. Roscoe was here about 35 years ago when his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Roy Knight were pastors ,at Walnut Creek Friends Church. The trio con- sisted of Misses Delores Stoll of Liberal, :Kans., Dorothy Green of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Car~on Wilkenson of Turkin, Okla., and Sheba Rat- cliff of Havilamd as pianist. Received a 'letter from Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Barrett. Since retiring, they live at Lake Wales, Fla. Leslie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Barrett, were pastors at Walnut Creek and he attended Northbranch Academy about 52 years ago. Clearing and mild this Mon- day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rinard brought her father, Mr. Hass- man, home fronl the hospital at Red Cloud Saturday. He is some better. Mr. and Mrs. Dmn Matile of Americus. Kans. visited her sister, Hilda and Earl Rinard, and their father. Mr. Hass man. over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ferger- son of Hardy, Nebr. were Thursday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Arnoldy. ! Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Swinton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray S~winttm at Heater, Kans~ t c~," ~,~ ' j" ~'i Ike Rightmeier won the local golf tournament held at the Mankato Country Club Sunday, April 30th. It was a windy day lind scores were higher than normal, particularly on the se cond round. Ike shot a 34 and a 41 for an eighteen hole total of 75. Jerry Kier and Sylvan Harris tied for second in the 1st flight and Buck Roberts was third. Wheat Growers Oppose Sale of Allotments Opposition to a proposal to )ermit transfer or sale of wheat allotments was voiced by the Executive Board of the Kansas Association of Wheat Growers meeting May 6 at Dodge City. The proposal, sent to Congress by the U. S. [)e~ partment of Agriculture, is in the hands of the agriculture committees of the House and Senate. "Kansas Wheat Growers are opposed to this proposal be- cause we believe that it would encourage an invasion of agri- culture by non-farm capital lind big corporation farming, which would be detrimental to the interests of commodity- producing farm families," says George W. Meeker of Garden City, president of KAWG. "An allotment could lose its value if farm programs were changed," he said. "and pur- chasers might find they had bought a pig in a poke." Meeker added, "We do not wish to see alhltments handled like common property with the possibilities of hiss or litigation! in which case the persons to~ suffer would be the produe- ers." The Wheat Grower spokes- man said that transfer of allot- ments could change land val ues, and that this could create i critical state-wide problems in evaluation, assessment, and taxation of farm land. "Confusion and adverse ef- fects from transfer or sale of wheat allotments." Meeker said, "could affect consumers of food and fiber from Ameri- can farms, and consequently would not be in the public in- terest." The Executive Board in- structed Meeker to present their objections to the proposal ;it the meeting of the Wheat and Feed Grains Advisory Committee which will be held in Washington, D. C., May 15 lind 16. Jewell County N.F.O. The Jewell Com ty National Farmer's Organization met at the White Schoolhouse Satur- day evening at 8:00 p.m., May 6, with l0 members, six ladies and one visitor. The meeting was opened by chairman, Jay Wierenga, with a moment of silent prayer for the success of the organization. The min- utes of the last meeting were read lind. approved. Our mar- keting facilities for hogs and cattle were discussed. Several members reported on the meet- ing they attended that Secre- tary of Agriculture Freeman held in Kansas. After discuss- ing the reports and findings, we adjourned. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thompson and enjoyed by all. --Mrs. Ruth Obert. ........................ Z Floyd Byers Passed Away Floyd Byers of Jewell passed i away Saturday. Funeral ser- vices were held Monday. Floyd, who was well and favor- ably known in all parts of the county, served as county com- missioner and state represent- alive. A complete obituary of this fine man will be printed next week. Keith Roe, Jewell County's champion speller, participated in the 14th annual All Kansas' Spelling Bee in Topeka Satur- day. Keith did well and finish, in the upper one4hird, among the 93 contestants. This year's winner was last year's runner- up and attends school in Wich- ita. Keith will have another chance next year if he wins the county contest. Witnessing the contest from Jewell County were Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Roe. Barbara, County Superin- tendent and Mrs. Carl Westin. Byron Rogers is in the hos- pital at Belleville where he is recovering satisfactorily from a slight heart attack. Bob Meyer took him to the hospital Monday afternoon. Halsey Pangborn passed away Tuesday evening at his home in Mankato. Funeral ar- rangements for this fine man weren't complete at press,time.. :~4'" 7 PAGE 111 Hap Wilson won the second flight, Bob Lancaster was se- cond, and Rex Weaverling, third. In the 3rd flight, Jack Blair was first, Jack Morris, second, and Kenneth Davis, third, The course is in excellent shape and a large number of golfers from Mankato and the surrounding area are enjoying regular rounds of play. I I Ft. Bliss, Tex. (AHTNC) --- John C. Bergman, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Berg- man, Lebanon, Kans.. WaS promoted to Army private pay grade E-2 upon completion of basic combat training at Ft. Bliss, Tax., April 14. The promotion was awar i two months earlier thaa:~ customary under an Army lml- icy providing incentive fQr'~[t~ standing trainees ........ As many as half the traln~ in each training cycle are eUJ gible for the early promotl~ based on scores attained ehlr, ing range firing, high score ~n the physical combat profl* ciency test, military ~rl~g and leadership potential. . During advanced individual training, also of eight w~$' duration, those who recei l early advancement to E-~ m~: be eligihle for another "accel- erated" promotion, tO :~.$ (private first class). ~' .. ,,, .... ~ 4~" ~ Dallas Hancock - Obituary .......... .-----... l)allas llancoek pas~ a~ tit his home April 29~,i' :1967 at the age nf 51 years ~limm%hsi and 11 days, He was I:~l~t Sept. 10, 1915 at Mankato, Kay, , sas. He was marrmd to Ila I-I~f- man at Belleville, Kanaas ~eg. 30, 1932, To this unton s~ children were born: DaUal~ Jr., Melvyn, Gerald, Raymo~ lind Darrell, all of Engle~ Colo., and Dallene Ly~h,~~' Littleton, Colo. Surviving are: His mot~, Bertha l[ancock; five brothe~, !i Pete, Clifford, Ross, and Ra~ i~ mend, all of Mankato, Kant;, ~i1 Warren of Engle~ond, _~_@,i i three sisters Fh)rence Mulli~ of Coneordia Kans., RUb@ Fullerton of Montrose, Kan~ii and Dora Lea Garman ~' lipsburg, Kans.; his mother~-: law, Mrs. Lola Hoffmaai Englewood, Colo.: 21 children; and a host ..... tives and friends, He was preeeded in dM~ by his father, Clarence 1,tar~ cock. who passed away Ma~]~: 1947. ' ,. i:! Funeral services wet'e' held ;at the Bu,,ock Co,ontal i May 2, 1967 with full mflita~ honorsat Ft. Logan Nati~al Cemetery by Lowry Air F~' Base. ' : : 'i , [ CARD OF THANKS L i: We wish to thank eaeh a~td every one who remembered us in our time of sorrow @~ the death of our husband father. Especially our fri~atl~ :.~ who brought in food and fl.mt~ .: :.! ers and helped out in ,eVertt~ way they could. May G~ i bless you all. ,t ---Mrs. Ila Han~k~. : and family. ' Whitemound Builders 4-H ekib Sunday, April 30, Sunday so the builders 4-H Club leaders and their parents tended the services at the ered Heart Catholic and later the church.of choice. At noon the met at the Community for a pot luck dinner. Mr, Mrs. Jim Gunter and Rev. Enyeart, and Mr, Mrs. Glenn Kindler ner guests. On Satur 20, we will have our tour. We wiU start st ~: Wayne Underwood's. --Dou~as Dietz,,