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i i! !//, -.d~ J t][ ][j ] " ' servlcel] An th a se of time [1, tvo) lmoam ~Dt e(tan, v ~ 1, v ' [ " [ I ' ' other nel hbor Mrs Ber,5' - " 6 PJ IIE ' Sewell County Record, Mankato, Xansu THURSD,/IY MAY 12, 1966 Y ; . ' " n ,| ~ droner guests Sunday of Mr.~ Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Frost Glenn Grout Honored " I John B: Rea, Goodrich, Rob- Cong. Bob Dole Reports HAYS--Fort Hays State Sharon t ,oom~s of Ma - ~~l~v ~and Mrs Jess Wilson. [were in Smith Center on i -- ] ert and George Bishop, Fu- On Jewell County Answers College's annual Student Art kato is amorJg the exhibiting ~1~1~| ] Mrs. Marvin Webber and/Wednesday afternoon. Glenn Grout, Jewell, son Cuthbert, Cubbison, I To Questionnaires Exhibition, the largest in the ! students. ~M~'i~m~rdd Rnthwoil I Mrs. Dean Hanson entertain- ] Mrs. Lona McCleery and County Chairman for United [ Reiman Georgia A. White- Cong. Bob Dole recently art department's monthly "~--" .---7-7~ . ":~" ted their mother, Mrs. Clean-!Mrs. Ethel Thomas were in States Savings Bonds haslhead, W. S. Field, Beagle, lsent out questionnaires to exhibition series, begins its The MavericK bana WUl ~rs. Clarence Jensby en-/ or Crispin, to a Mother's[Lebanon and Smith Center received ,the United States[ McCarthy, Hanna, McRo- all counties in the district, second week Monday. present a coc~cert, Sunday, ~ined With a birthda Da dinner Sunda at the on Wednesda Treasur s 25th Anniversary berts Allen Slauehter j Printed below are the an- The show which already May 15, 2:30 p.m at the Y Y Y Y" ' Y . . - l , ,eeln hoonr of Mrs FaylMarvin Webber home Mrs Pat Smith held a Citation for patriotic Lon,er meditation miohtIswers given by Jewell Coun- has attracted hundreds of in-Agra, Kans 1-hgh School iI ' art o the Savin s Bonds Pro- ~' ~' " " " " ~1, ,Thursday mornmg.l Mr. and Mrs. n. W. W -,Stanley p y Wednesday t g I brlna more of the early sett-[ty persons, terested wewers, will run Auditorium. le guests were Mrs. Fay/son, Mr. and Mrs. Lesterlafternoon." [gram. ]lers~to my mind. Anal doeslQuestions are paraphrased throughout May. The public ----- ~al,'Mrs. LeRoy Baringer,] Sawyer and Mrs. Emma Gil Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Cab The 25th Anniversary[ anyone remember Andy! Y-Yes, N-No, U-Undecid- is invited to view the exhi- Mr. and Mrs Gillis Ever- ~'S, Jess Wilson, Mrs. Les-flen were dinner guests Sun- laway of Jamestown cele-ICitation presented to Mr']BrandtV He must have l~een ed; Responses given in per- bit[on in Davis Hall from 8 son, Mr. and Mrs. Rex ~Jen~by, Mrs, Edwin MarL|day of Mr. arid Mrs. WayneI bratcd Monday evening fort Grout carries the signature]a stone mason But I remem- centage) a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and Kennedy and family, Mr. & ~. A* W Wilson, Mrs.] Wilson in Mankato. t their daughter's 1st birthdaY, lof Henry H. Fowler Secre-[ b~r him mainiv because ev-] 1 Creation of a Cabinet- from 8 a.m. to noon Satur- Mrs. Clarence Thronson and i~enCe Bothwell, Mrs. Ed-/ Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal ITh sepresent were herI tary of the Treasury and the[ err Sundav he-trudged from[level Department of Trans- days. Jerold Everson, Topeka, ' v ,~ " 'S Ross, Mrs. Perry Roe,| Mr and Mrs. Perry Roe andl grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I mgnature of L. M. Schwartz,| the far east of town to thel nortation~ Y 21" N 74" U 5 The exhibition is the larg- Kansas enjoyed Mother ~, Duane Kintigh, Mrs. W./ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kott- IJake Callaway and Mr. and[ President of the Citizens[ Methodist church to drawl" 2 4-year terms' for' mem. est in terms of participating Day dinner at the Buffalo :i; Gunn and Mrs. tiarold/ meyer and family enjoyed[ Mrs. Emil 15eroutek, Mrs.[ State Bank in Paola, and the[ beautiful pictures on an ca- l bers o(the House of Rep- artists and number of pieces Roam Steak House. They ~ell, /Sunday dinner together in],lane Callaway and boys Mr.] State Savings Bonds Chair-/ sel before Sundav School [resentatives~ Y 43; N 54; beinu shown Students ex- were also celebi"ating Clar- ~eWebber Grade SchoolIMankato. /and Mrs. Joe Peroutek andlman. / timeW I was an ardent admir-[U 3 " hibit~ng number 112, and :ence and Doris Ann's birth- [1~1 a Play Day for the Beginning hme 1st th,- family, and Mr and Mrs Bill Glenn Grout was appoint- " 3" Re eal of Section14 each student is shoxvin da s : ." - . "" er. " P " gl Y" ! ell, Montrose and Val-lworship service will start at/Peroutek and family, led to the Jewell County/ T t ~,ht of;my win-/(b)of the Taft-HartleyAct from two to eight examples[ View grade schools onl?:00 a.m. at the Webber[ Mrs. Dell Hayes and Mrs.[Chairmanship in 1951. /dowTw ile 'i" am eat~n- m"[ab lishing so-called "right" of his year's work. [ Mr. & Mrs. Toby Kramer eiulay. The afternoon lMethodist Church. [John Mceleery of Lebanon[ Treasury representatives| a; '. ;o ~ p~,t~ '" ~s ~ 1 to-work" laws~ Y 9; N 90;[ Paintings (oil and water- and son of Wichita visited !~nt with track events[ Mrs. Sarah Russell receiv-[and Mrs. Albert Rothman of lpointed out that the 25th| ~;~L'Lk-;'~ 2 ~"~;~a:7 th~ere~sI U 1. " [color), drawings in all media [his parents Mr and Mrs A. 1 / / .the older children and ~d the flower fin: being the Downs spent Friday after- Anmversary finds cmzens o~ 4 Le [slat[on,which des[ n ro'ects,jewelry, T. Kramer last weekend on ~ [ ' n the undoubted evidence of g g P I " " r races, three-legged oldest mother at church Sun- noon with Mrs. Edna Thron- Jewell County owning, a S rlng,"" mr all sorts puwt:l~w uld increase the Federal sculnture ceramics, graph- their, way. to Lincoln, Neb. ~ etc for the smaller day. Mrs. Sam Behrends re- son at Ionia. l estimated $4,742,322 m ~-~] Government's authority to tics and handcrafts make up[ to wslt her parents ~, Cookies and a bev-[ceived ,me for having the[ Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rick-j Series E and Series H Say-/macnlnes nave U~o~,e U ar~en] prohibit racial diserimina-[the exhibition } ' move six or m g h children with her at son and son Karl of To eka in Bonds ! were served after t elmost ' " [, P I" gs ] "~'~ "' ~ne remains-[ti n in the sale or rental of[ ---~ ~church. Mrs. Dean Hanson[were Saturday and Sunday] ~ / 9 Y.' i ca /housing~ Y 17; N 80; U 3 I -- Kirknatrick who i received one for being the[dinner guests of Mr and[ Salina--The dean's honor| moving vans ot all s zes, -[ ;- [ ~ v ' r!!!~] f~[U;:r~i~ lgCb~?S httre~:e~ue!gdlMrs !atsl~p!!'!~iZSr~!i "dR~ti~ [~)~ii ~nee:fl?!ni~mn!vSw~eer! ~ 1 'erpiuar macnines, scoopsI O. ~.OOllSnlng me l-louse ~Yho~id:aT:ttsS; ~, 1 i Pla~WSmd~SC:'s at~d$ # b:ge C ~im~;tee cn5;Un9Aml~/r'lc'an I R:u,n |nc ,issed. and retur e I . -/ " " -[. s r Jl machine all of which indi-i 6. Increasing trade withI,Ull I lllIllls. ~]~,e Weanesaa, i est morner. / noonanu evening at tnel two stuuentswn) cameo : . --: a^ / C'r, mmnnist Russia nna nthor I . a. . ' " ' " ' r : ?ates Moving time a.uu.- -~ ~',md Mrs Fay Vestal [ Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson[ Lovewell Lake. straight A s. Fifty-nine a e ] ~, r. [ ~, a,~ - ling or just a bpruclng up,~:a~tc =u m -, v u.- , ~:mui Mrs Floyd David- I called Sunday evening on[ Mr. and Mrs. R. Avlsonl on the honor roll. An addl-, ' "1 [st countries9 Y 17" N 80" U I,or ~ . c~ ~, .~,~4 " and" Mrs. Edwin Mr and Mrs A W. Wilson and Sh.rley were in. Red ltional 125 students, received'. . P " -[on. " [ * [ " " '" -," . " " ," ' .nd Mrs Har-I =r. and Joe Konva, m[Ctoud, Saturday morning [honorable mention *or bav hc,h goes to show us how[ . ,o o o o.ro.rio-1 96 C EVY H Nova 4-doo sedan, a. r. "" uncertain are anlans we ,',-~," . ' :~ell attended thelof Superior, Mr and Mrs / Mrs. R. Grlfflth, Elaine ing a grade point average be- Y P [-' " r the Pr si" t sl ~ meeting of the Jewell. John Konvalin . f Norton, and Janet, .and Maxine, Ship- tween ,3 and. 3.5. mortals make. I took my us-[ ,~lOnSantl movert " program:e oen ~" ] -- . i~*, Farm Bureau at[Mr and Mrs. Hlllard John-lley were in Red Chmd on[ Larry Fhnn of Randall aal walk and thought Ilia. Np o. lly J ~I ~ I wmld sto for a minute t ' ~ on Thursday even- [,son and Wyhe Kirkpatrlck[ Saturday mormng. I was among the straight A P [ ~ . r, : :~ ~,l UIi~I ~,li~Al| ~lkl[ U ~ ~UI 13Ll LU LIUI 10.1 ;~e nurnose of the were dinner guests Sunday] Mrs. T. R. Smith and Hen- students Kerry Kramer of see a neighbor who had justl~.~.~,~.~.~ ~ + o +~ol ll ,t l Ol l, lgll ~,4-,' o,vot,~ a" in ~of Mr and Mrs Butch Kon-/ry Nelson spent last week m l Mankato, Faye Alsobrooks returned from tbe hospital. It ~.~. ~;,~,~ ~ ,; dues to meet thelValin Mrs Eleanor CrlsplnlDenver vls,t,ng the Virgil of Burr Oak, and Terry Behr- was met at the door by h .h ir % isla 1-,- xr A m 6in state dues I called In the afternoon. / Netsons and Norman Smiths. I ends of Randall recmved,g ' " g [ ture considerin fa,'torsl , AiSt~a Renschler was a[ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence] Mrs. Laura Smith visited[honorable mention, who had stopped on a like[,~,~.~ ~ g ~,~,~ y[1964 Bel Aar 4-door Sedan, 6 eyl stink ~" m,est Thursday oflBothwell, Mr. and Mrs. Har-IMrs. Frances Kindler on[ ~ mission. She was just lea -/ao. r.~ ~. ,T ~ I . --- ~'v" ~- J I '] Shackle-l~L ' ' ' " ' n he o o, ,~ , ~-mnd Mrs John An le in ,)ld Bothwell and Mrs. Carrie Sunday afternoon ng, so said,Ill ,opt . t ~ [ n nddlticmM fay rrorllt~[ ~ IBothwell were dinner guestsl Mr and Mrs Ed IL door for you, ann close ,ta-/ ~; "c-Z*7" -; 7"%1 II , g " " I " " " "," r or aeductlons Ior parents o[ Vestal and DaniSunday of Mr. and Mrs. Don ton of Sm th Center v,s tedl USe[Vdl[IOH$ iter you. She went to he [colle e students' Y 66 N 31 I qk wA,'m of Manhattan s"entIDavis in Beh,it. her mother, Mrs. Julia Moy-I . i home next door and set her[ g " ; ;I II/IUlll w ,lhtlV l} ~ "d .t *ho Fay ~e -[ Rev. and Mrs. Don Wilson l er, Sunday afternoon. ] Mrs. Ira L. Wh, te i supper table put some eggs[ to ~a : o, I ~d Clay Lan~er homes J were overmght guests of Mr.i Mr. and Mrs. Burdettel 78 Cox Way on to bofl,and laid down for],r ~ ~ ~ ~ Wl'a~-~ T n xr ~ A T P ~ P' ~ .~ . " ~ ~,~ . ur ur:l c ~c',~]l .~" * -" -a moment s rest A counle/~,u. u,~ ~,=,p,-y,~ t lxvuo *mpa,a ~--,~ ~,~,---~,-~. ~ ~wi'tzer of Mankatol IIIU 1 113, /'~. . YVllaUll, OUlI- ] ~ Otllavvo. y Vl oaltl~,atuwll, a~Ul :JDrlnl~IlelO. oregon " ~ [ (~nmnane~fian nrnor~rrt irt-|,n,~n 3" 1 t~ 1 D ~'~" '% H*" 1 i :-mra-~n-g--business calls[ :lay. Theyreturned totheir[Mrs. Jane Callaway and boys] From my "tong "inter~{m, other ladies were t.o,stop torJ crea-s%g u'ra'tion*o}* e*nef]t's [tuna Lmpa}.a bp ;. wpe; vTb, QI?eK. ~ Webber communitvlhome in wooamne, ans lwere weanesaay evening you may think I never ar- ner to go to a nelgnnors m . ,o11963 Bel Air q-aoor beoan, v-es, T. !;-W~esda,s. "l Monday. . ]guests of Mr and Mrs lake I r~ived ho~me from m"~ lon-s play cards The house was as Well"2 as employer~" t,~:, con- Ixvo/ De,r'^' zx,r*:" ~-uoor* a ~. oeua, ~"~" v-o,xr o z~A m, : Lll~ffe'girl, Paige LeAnn, I Mrs. Doris Vernon of Ben- Callaway Burdettes took[ stay in California- or maybe .ful!yf smoke sothey went tributions9 y 6; N 91; U 3 I o1 Air 4 door Se ian V 8 A ;i; A C i: to Mr. and Mrs I nington spent Mother s Day Itnew oaughter nome with] you think I just didn't "ob- inside - touna .ner upcon: Do you" approve of teaci~-I.t~u~. ~ c, -,~,~. ~, , J0 hnson last Wed-]with her mother, Mrs. Sarah lmem I serve" anything during this serous - cat eo .nosp, l.ano ins, sit-ins, and other de-It bl mscayne ,' -ooor e(I.an, A. R ssell m Webber Sunda Mrs lta L, lmple or wlCh ambulance nat was rrlaay, orning. She weigh- [,' . y[ " . " " - ] period of time ; h h s monstrations against ourla - 1960 Bel Air 4-door Sedans, V-8, A. T. & Std. ~*~S 13,z oz ' Kternoon, Mrs Russell Mrs [ira was in ~ewen county on ana touay tMonaay) s e a ~ I , i 72 -" ~ . " " ~ne trum is - I nave on- vlet r~am poncy ~ 6; N ua tran i,:~ Mrs Harold Both ! Vernon and Mrs Frederick['lhursday afternoon I not regained consciousness [ ~. ~. - serveo iar too mucn to u z o i enJtto Ton"anoxie ] rhomas called on Mrs Kath- t Mr and Mrs Larry Welch . t They have called all rela- " - J196o CHEV II 4-door sedan, std. trans. :`, ~ ~| " -' " " write notes or even to ge uo you approve ot ~ee- " " M nkato of Alaska are the proud par ~ twes,o s n tiS 'get Mrs. Carrie Nelson ina . . - the necessary letters writ- " retarv McNamara s actions Ji96o Volkswagen 2-door Seda 'ell, who has been vis-! [ents.oz a, sonDorn May, O on[ten" - Today there was to be.a with reference to the war in i1961 Ford 6 cvl auto trans. the home of her[ 1 i iSt hr::a?asi t::t; n lrat%aY'] When I left I tried to give group party for tour nmgn-VietNam?Y24;N61;U15.[ " .r Mrs .enn,e Jonos [ l i bors who have had a b,rth ;," . " ' - away everything that was " - Have you been helped by ,n ther to help care for him da this month (customary,I st few months Mr ksbo " " r Y the assa of n r l:m . enshable to m nm hbo s p ge a y G eat ,P Y g ~ Mr and Mrs Clarence with ulte a rob of nearb , ~. Bothwell stayed ov- Mrs R. Avison Shool~ ---' Hm" - Di-^k-rSo, since I arrived in Eugene ~ q . . g .P Y Society program? Y 6; N ~ i 1 ~t in Wiimego withl [were in~onco~iaYto seeti~e[at 6 A.M. and we were met tot~s), out was maennlte~y 91; U 3. ~ / J 1 R~,awd, and went Mrs Alma Kennedy and [at the statmn b frl n postponed 'D ' I ]e -o "or Th r " " y a "e d Would you support the e Saturda Mrs Jane ~R4~-way were m ye o ct u saay,n n w I have lost m ' ~ ~,Y [ - . ." ~. ] . . . ~. " . MiRlred s, who dropped me A d o y so-called,Human Invest- ~ 1 1 1 1 ~ ret~ home o~ ManKato on Ouslness lues ~,vlrs Lona ivictAeery visit- nod nei hbor. for sh r n ' " ~ t ~ 1 ~ 1 1 nl ng I - off at 78 Cox Wav and g g . e e-ment Act ~rov]dlno a ax ~ Mrs. Car-[Jay afternoon. . led Mrs. Vernon Nolter, Mrs. since I had no breal fast - mained in a coma until sev- credit for part of the ex- ~ 1 / ~ :1 [I Lt rned to he, ] Mrs. Berneice CorricK and[Julia Moyer, lvlrs, frank vic- nor had the dinner the night en last night (Monday) since pense of on-the-job training 1 1 ~1 ~ Monda Valerle Sarah Baker ann t.arty and Mrs R Avlson on,Frlda P M wh h h ~:' ~ y. ] " ',I "- . before had any appeal, and " Y en s e ad to improve skills (Dole 1 1 1 ~ ~vidson and I VIary 1V[cCary were in Red Thursday afternoon, the Safeway "Store nearby been extra active, going bill)? Y 79; N 15; U 6. 1 1 ~ ~f~ilies enioyed ICloud on Tuesday afternoon. [ Mr. and Mrs. Carroll would not be open until 9 down town for Senior Citi- Do you believe that Ame- ~ 1 ~ 1 1 Da dinner Sun Mrs Frances Kindler Mrs Thronson and famfl of Ioma zen's club and wa ~ in all r ' Y: " " I ". ~ ; ",' "" [ " Y " A.M. - there seemed nothing,1 :" g . ica s prestige in the world~ 1 ~ 1 1 ,e~le home in,Lucretm ~mDs an.a .M[S'[spent Wednesday evening at much to do except take a the way home - some 8 or i0 has improved in the last 5 ~ 1 ~ I 1 'e~M ~' I Rose Hollern attended the[the John McCleery home. nan, which I did until the blocks. I shall miss her. years? Y 13; N 82 U 5. 1 / ~ 1 Ta lor funeral of Mrs Bertha Gibbs r " r" ~L~ ~i~. Da e y [ ] M . and Mrs. Jess Dou- store would open. And here Is my quote of ~ / ~ ~,and Mrs. Doris| Fuesday afternoon at Man- Ibrava and Katie Mendenhall,Now, while I have done the week", which I think the I 4818 Coronado Ave. ~ il/ ~EL Belier[lie were[kato. ]spent Friday at Belier[lie considerable traveling - on young folks might appreci- i San Diego, Calif.~ ~ ~ [ with Mrs. Karin Young. Mrs. Editorial excursions during ate. Does this sound famili- ! Dear Mrs. Boyd, IYoung will be moving to mv voun er days, and later ar. Our youths love luxury. Remember me. Nora H :: I Belolt soon. made several trips across my They have bad manners, con- !Hollenbeck, who used to m / ] The Freshman class will [beloved country, for my tempt for authority; they send Odessa and Dentonia ~ 1 / 1 [sponsor a car wash Satur- children all located in the show disrespect for their el- notes to you. In fact, I wrote 1 1 1 1 [day, May 14, from 8:30 a.m. west - I could never say I ders, and love to chatter in for the Monitor before 1 1 1 ' to 4 0" m Pri ~1 ~0 " lac f xercise Children ~ ~ ~ -~ ] : u p. . ce, ~, .o . :enjoyed it So, since the P e o e . you Dougm It anu ma con- ] ---'--- ---"---- Years have" piled up, I find are now tyrants, not the ser- tinue with you most of the 1962 CHEV. II 300 Series, Std. Trans Manbattan - Among spe- Jess joy and train trips are rants of their household, time 'til 1952, when my hus- 20,000 miles 7-2191 BURR OAK, KANS. REDUCED PRICES MDSE.MADE IN U.S.A. have Calf Feeders. Panks - Pig Feeders, priced to sell. new supply Huffy Mowers, about all This supply just arrived. Post Hole Augers. Tractor Sprayers - also small Hand of good Hand Tools, Wrenches, Ham- Pitch Forks, Spades, Shovels, Scoops, Tools, Tree Trimmers. aluminum and wood, from 10' up Step Ladders, wood and aluminum. ower Sickles - Repair Parts for Power 3;16" to 1/ ", "n bulk, 3-16" to %". assortment Tarps. Saws - Heat Lamps. 1, ,1". 4 to Hard twist for lariats. dt Pulleys. and Smooth Wire - Steel Posts. - Sprocket Chain. cial honors presented in much more tiring. They no longer rise when connection with the annual This trip was mostly in their elders enter the room. banquet and initiation of the night, so there was not They contradict their par- Gamma Sigma Delta, inter- even the beautiful scenery ents, chatter before corn- national honor society in to divert my attention from pany, gobble up their food Agriculture, Thursday night the limited quarters and dis- and tyrannize their teach- at Kansas State University; comfort. So, I will admit I ers.'! Again quoting - "Just Manhattan, were an award was dead tired on arrival right,for the twentieth cen- for distinguished faculty home. tury? Well, it was written by service and an award for a I even hoped no one Socrates, the great Greek distinguished alumnus, would see me until I had philosopher, in 400 B.C." There also was recog- time to get back to normal, nit[on of 14 undergraduate but I had only reached the Kansas US-36 Meeting In students, 15 graduate driveway before I was met Smith Center May 11 - 12 students and two faculty by neighbors with a real members into Gamma Sigma welcome home. Nothing Floyd Huenergarde, presi- Delta. could dim that pleasure - e- dent, has plans well arrang- Roger McCollough, Ran- yen the necessity of house- ed for one of the biggest dall was one of fourteen K- cleaning, unpacking and gar- Kansas US-36 meetings ever State juniors, who ranked in den work - all needed to be here in Smith Center on May the upper five percent of done at once. 11 - 12. their sophomore class in ag- An abundance of Crocus, A hospitality center has riculture, veterinary me- white, yellow and blue, lent been set up in the Starlight dicine~ foods and nutrition all the encouragement they room of Pete's restaurant for and agriculturing engineer- could and now the tulips are May 11, starting at 5 p.m. ing. rivaling the red, white, yell- There will be entertainment To be eligible for mem-ow and blue primroses, featuring "old time can-can bership in Gamma Sigma We have had favorable girls." Delta, faculty and graduate weather most of the time. The main meeting is set students must be outstand- Did have a bit of frost and for Thursday, May 12, start- ing in their field and have once, a few snowflakes. The ing ~t 9 a.m. in the National demonstrated striking abil- temperature runs 47 to 57 Guard Armory. ity to carry on research or most of the time, but did get There is an imposing list advanced study in ag- to 70 occasionally, of speakers for the conven- riculture or a field related to I am endeavoring to write tion--Addison Meschke, Di- agriculture. Only under- a bit of the early history of rector of Highways; Walter graduates in the top fourth Mankato - as it concerns me Johnson, State Highway En- of their classes scholastic- and my connections with the gineer; J. Rex Duwe, High- rill[ares Paints, house and barn, ally who have shown pro- people (Pioneers), who they way Commissioner, 3rd Dis- " i / all new this spr rig. mise of leadership are con- were, where located as trict; Walter Pierce, Presi- Oil - Turpentine Thinner. sidered for membership, best I ean remember. I know dent, Kansas Farm Bureau;; Gary D. Marr, Webber, there a few folks there who Clarence Rupp, Director of i Tackle and Guns. was amohg the undergrad- may remember better than I; Research, Kansas Farm Bur- uates initiated, but will they record it for eau; and Professor F. E. Fencers. Seeds (Earl May). in Bolts or Cap Screws Miss Janis Fair of Salina spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, F* Fair. their families and others in- terested? Some names I re- member were the Chilcotts Nathan and Wilse, Hays B. V rnite, Perry and Olin Green thi k thee was anther Hartzler, Emporia State Teachers College. Encouraging reports are already coming for banquet ticket band, Lew, and I came to California. He passed away in 1953, so I have been alone since and enjoy TV and radio. Why do I write now? Well, I had qutte a thrill last Sunda~' a.tm when I heard your name On KFI Ra- dio from L. A. An interest- ing bit of "Home Town Hap- penings" from "That country cousin of mine". Just inter- esting things from all over USA. So, when I heard your name and Jewell County, I sat up in bed. He gave you, your husband and sons and your paper quite a pat on the back, so I just had to tell you about it - though you may already know. "I don't know where he got his bit of news - you were really in the "lime light". I am almost as old as you are. I go to church and club, but little going is all I want. Have enjoyed Kansas guests often. The Raymond McDills were so enjoyed last fall. My heart is still in Kan- sas. I miss friends and rela- tives (Grace and the Arby Colts are cousins). Continue with your blessed life. Most sincerely, Nora H. Hollenbeck P. S. Please excuse me for taking your time. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beeler of Randall took his mother, Mrs. O, R. Beeler, to church Mother's Day and to dinner at the Frontier 1 PLUS MANY OLDER MODELS OF ALL MAKES. PRICED RIGHT. J- t965 Chevrolet Pickup, steps[de box, 6 cyl 4-speed trans. 1964 Chevrolet, short fleets[de box, 6 cyl 4 speed 1960 Chevrolet fleets[de box, 6 cyl 4 speed [957 Chevrolet pickup 6 cyl 4 speed t952 G. M. C. Pickup, 4 speed t957 Chevrolet Camper. Complete for that vaC " :,; tion or fishing" trip. Priced right. 'PLUS A NICE SELECTION OF NEW PICK" UPS: WE ALSO HAVE 2 NEW 2 TON TRUCKS STOCK THAT WILL TAKE A 16 FT. BOX. OME IN & LOOK THESE TRUCKS oVE " YOU WILL BE NEEDING ONE BEFOBI HARVEST. MAN.TO, KANSAS :