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! . - "w '' ", . -= = - -:: :== :: '.': = =. =. - F. W. BOYD, JR Editor [humor. - He was in a mel-[Mankato Class of 1941 WilIjMANKATOt ard IN !of streaking and mottling Of|wzth[ ! [ A ] Mrs. Frank Boyd, Associate [ low mood - (Living with ] Celebrate 25th Anniversary,LEBANON MEET ! the leaves and will ~sually i P 19 " ~ i,Editor I Josephine this long is hav-[July2nd and 3rd [ Ibe shorter than ealthy[ ---.----"m/ L IR [ Any good thing that I[ing an effect.) - Harry Nel-[ [ Mankato placed third in [ plants. This disease, becomes "~ ~J "" ! can do, or any kindness that I son of Boulder, Colo, was I The Mankato High School [ the quadrangular track meet I more apparent as the wheat I~ 1 ,-~ ! "~ i l can show to any human]in the store to have a'watch[graduating class of 1941 isiat Lebanon on Friday, MayImatures. The diseased plants[~~ l a t e os ltal Sand ]being, let me do it now andlchecked - Mr Nelson usedlmaking plans for its 25th]6, with 38 points. Otherlwill have shorter straw and [ ~ I N,ionel-~dverlising Representative /not defer it for I shall notJto live lucre anal is here now]class reunion. The dateslschools in the meet were:[shorter heads. [~ ~ gANSAS PRESS SERVlCt, me. [Pass this way again." ]to visit a daughter. * * Vis-]have been set for July 2rid[Downs, 471~ points; Leban-I This disease usually will ~ 7ol J,ckson, Topek, Kin. 6660S [~" -- "~" P - e Paid []ted with Ruth Clegg and[arid 3rd, 1966 [ on, 42 points; and Kensing- ] be more apparent around the,Mankato : ];~econ~het:~::t ~)of~ag Man [Donna while they were sit-[ Bill Hale, "1508 Shunga[ton, I6 "points. [ edges of fields that are close [ =*:/j ,ATIe~NAI :n~v,~ [, at ' -[ting in their car * * Saw Drive, Topeka, Kansas[ A Mankato high school]to volunteer wheat or fence[ ~'1 11)A - ~ATUt 1)AI~ - /~lP/tkI ~'l' ~'~w' ',~ ~'~ ~" [KatO' r~ansas ]Raymond Hancock hurrying 1 66611 has been spearheading [ record was broken at this [ rows and symptoms will us- J MAY 13- 14- 15 * : . ,~[ [A $~OCp~TlJ~blSubscriptions: [down the street. * * Mrs.]the arrangements He has!meet. Ralph Ozmun threw[ually become less apparent[ Startin r at 7:30 p.m. per year In Jewen[Perry Kier was talking to]the addresses of all but]the discus 139'41/ '' to, break]as you go aeeper into me] o . . -- [County and . surrounomg/Roy Basart about wallpaper. ]three of the members of the]the old record of 138 9 . ]field. [ " Jewell Count Record counties (Smith, Osoorne Mankato, K~as 66956 [Mitchell, Cloud, Republic/wen[~tmtht 2~ ~UpPa~r anddl asnSyon,ThEevYel/r noL teore, lasMoalr kat athletes placed]etP~ant~ngtroylS~gtantoluV?:er]/ll~lil~~ "The News a er of Jewell[ n'kltn l e mdsWa ??:tas'c::na-l :rndatheGTLle ssagh:e 'as[and l mes Athd:mSdd:egYf[2n21ghHurdles M keGr ut'[ hae [n:e[a ': P P [ ' " . ]to which one started the ar-lone or more of the above[ 100-yd. Dash: Ralph Oz-lwill help to control t's County" [$4.00 a year elsewhere. [gument. - As I drove up to]three, please send it to Bill[mun, 1st. ]sense. [~~~ [ Subscribers are asked to l the cafe, an attractive girl,]at his Topeka address. [ 440-yd. Run: Bob How- -- I~- -- -~'- - illiltllll Inotify this office at oncel Rhonda Coffman, hurried out f |land, 2nd. [ NEWS FROM THE [ . . THE BOYD FAMILY I when they have a change of I from the Sinclair station and ] CARD OF THANKS [ Low Hurdles: Mike Grout, [HOME AGENT'S DESK [ NOW the mightiest truo adve] fl;ux~ Owners and Publishers [address. !washed my car windows. -[ ]2nd. ] by Mary Frances Flentie, [ ~ ,--~-. ~ ~ m, ,~ I Rhonda told me that she and[ I wish to exnress mv sin-I 880-yd Relay" Waldron, I HEA I ~ IIK--!~ I~'k~V~/Ir~-~111~,l]|~ [ ' .[her sister took turns helping]cere thanks and appreci'ation I>Rourke, i~ange, Ozmun, 3rd.[ " '-" ] ~ii~lJ~~[ I ~~]~ [ 1 I n ~ I~ r I ~ 1 II It qPql" II" II~ 1 1 at the station. - Others who/to every one who remember- I Medley Relay: Wilson, I SAVE FOOD VALUE IN [ "'~ w~, I i'll IIUll'/ lHA//l'ld' Ilwere satisfying their hunger[ed me with cards, letters, iGrout, Kitts 2nd [CANNED VEGETABLES I /// llll [l 'll lll ]IIN|/I 1 1VIIWll~llnl ll IJP~/ll-II llwere: Mr. and Mrs. Pidlvisits and well wishes while[ Mile Relay: Zadina, Lange, I Which has more vitamins] ~~~~]~t('~k~l [ l FOR HOME FOLKS It Jones of Ionia, George Bech-II was in the Beloit hospital. [Rourke Ozmun 1st [and minerals, fresh or can-[ll~ *11 ! ,* M A B l ltold, Guy Carter, Ella Col-] Mrs. Irl Snyder. ]' Broad JuraTM'JOhn Wild-]ned vegetables? [~ Ill l ~ ! I son and Mr: and Mrs. Paul [ " [ ron 2rid; Rus~'ell Lance 3rd [ Practically speaking, veg- [i~~ .~'~.~ ~,[ tauttman from mere we ---, o, etables, fresh or canned, fur ' I wen- - "'h R K S- r [MANY THANKS ] Javelin: Mike Rourke, lst,[ :[~<~ ~~ I [ He who only hopes is role of helpmate to her [ }to t!eff- ~noppe. -[ ]154' ]nish the same amount ot|~~ "~ ~:~ Ill hopeless. [ husband, an inspiration to !vxsxtea wire.Mrs. ~ex taeaa-[ We wish to thank the] Dis ~,~ n ~, ]these food nutrients [~ ~:~ 1 ! " " ric n r v -MAB- her children w,th unfall- ] ~: a d th ee claughters, lfriends of Formoos for the[ Pole Vault" Mike Rourke,i The amount of v~tamlns[~ .L/,~(~.~:~ I I Everything comes to him[ ing grace and unruffled[Kerma, Melissa and Sherry.[remembrances while we[Brd, 10'6" " /and minerals in prepared|~g~: ~ll ~,/'-/~4~'~/ l! who hustles while he waits.I calmness. She cared for [- Sherry is a happy little]were ill [I " [ vegetables depends upon the[~ ~ ~:~~ l[ -MAB- [ them in sickness, sym- [ mite and a real go-getter. -[ -- Calvin and Lois [ Mrs ~ - ] amount in the fresh product, [l~~ ~~'~ I I A wise man never plants I pathized with them in sor- [ Sherry said she was "three [ Wiechman [ "'r~ . enae tJ ~ am anal the care in storage, and how [ I[[[~[~g~ ~~~,[ more than his wife can hoe. I row, took pride in their [ and would be four the 4th[ [M s. at uity or ~ewen[you cook the vegetables. [~ ~ l [ -MAB- [ accomplishments. I of July" - Visited with Mrs [ Ha Hour Club I Were guests ot their aaugn-/ Soon after vegetables are [ ~ " I|l [ Remember the good old] At the time of her death,[ E B Beam while she sat in l v~'~ [ ters, ,teresa ann. Juoy, at/canned, the water soluble[iUPHIllln ll~i[IUllU/. PA,Rnll IlXl/[g. I/llll 1 I i . ~ i bmurtnwmte taouse t r/nutrients distribute them- I IIIUlll~lllU |llUllll~llli ui~nllUl.I, ufllitn IIIl|ll&i ~ays when cnar}ty was a[Mamma was wearmg melthe car waiting for Mrs.[ Mrs. riarry lxindler and]Mother's weekend They at-/oo~ 1. ~h h,~,~h,~[Itll il|lltA IlllllIMIIlllA|lIil[llii n~lflDr}i virtue, not an inaus~ry. I priceless robe of her years I Perr Kier Met Mr and t Mrs Doyle Jeffers were I n.~ n .~ ^ :;, u o~ ~,~, ~ I ~dll ltiimMn Ku n~nin lmim n.~nnm |l~llinmr't, i A " # - " I,~ ttcu rue ,Wl~U~ w~ixnnal:tan- solids and li uids The sol- Ufll. II|mI.u IllUnl|UU IIIIUl|llnLu~ m~Ltmul I -M B- [wlthqueenlygrace. Thewm-[Mrs. Newell Alexander and [ guests when the Happy Hour [ K State Beauty Contest[ q L ] ~ ,m, Mother's Day I dos she had acquired [ small son Wray - Wray said [ Club met with Mrs Bryce [ Saturda" ni-ht Sunna, ,r.~ [ IllS, ma.~mg up ,aouut two- I HIIIIIRHI! H II|lilll~i ~llili I[tlL~lbg ~ii-WflHI Tl:om I " n, s s ~" y "'~ thiras ot the can s total con LUI|/UlM U, IIUU|IIUUi| U['IIIILU U|l-H/~|ll /KUlll i (M] l hoegl ttaTOother's Day [ hhr uigphith? a:ey d I h:o sa ikSv eety, plesaandMhe [D ddll StsWgdne da lAfwtesr I ]j yedyhthPr t t ni f]to nt ealsSgl p a % = ' s ] -- row brings a flood of memories.[ through many namsmps nUt]and Mrs Rol Miller and Mr.]answered by nine members lit Ahearn Field House Jud -[Roy Smith, formerly of the " n and PI~ e hardened " " - - . ~ ;: ~ cluamg me mmerms ann wt- i m,~oo~,~ won,~, a~trio, ~,~ Mr and Mrs When thinking of this day,] never becam [ and Mrs. Russell Walker as ]and the minutes were renal is a member of the Women s I ~ ~ d ~ ~ G we think of our own mother [ Mamma ~rew old vic- I I went into the store. - Hal- ]and approved. The only bus]- ] Glee Club that particitmted [ m~ :.: : [ the granddaughter of Mrs. ann sonof t=irand~lt o . x- -- " llll~ IIULILLLUIIIDL ;~Ut~ffJg;~ " ' " Mr ann ~we called her Mamma. The] toriousl*, remaininavoun~ ]sey and Sue Pangbom cameJness was about the mght] ] ]B~rdm Blair. [ . tars. KO greatest defense of America' in thouglat, full oF gr 9~ ~in.- sue and I had a visit. [supper parties and it was de- [ ~: :~~[t~nall;~aYghtqua~;ty~ca2n~[ Mr. and Mrs. Terry Gar-[were bunaay atom today is its mothers Mother] *,ears she had lived tri- - Sue taught school in Jewell ]cided to discontinue theml:~:~~~J Iman of Manhattan spent last [ of Mr. and Mrs, {31 o ~i~-~:~::~ ~ vegetames L)raln ann neat " " Mr and Mrs Ir~ and Home are synonymousI umnhantlv She died as Icounty a number of years[untflfall. The guess box was [ [weekendherew'threlaUves'l,; ' ~-foundation stones of Am- I she= had -lived ,-eaceful, I ago, and has been happy/won by Edith Reinert and a I ] WY. ,*,t~ *." -"/~ "~.~- [ Tom Capron came this I cauea on mr. laugv , v ' taDle ~vaporate me water t h h " erica s way of life. [ thoughtful, and always I that a number of her former ] game was won by Ione Ship- [ ~~ [ ~, b'oilin-- Then heat the[ week f r a visit with friends' P Our Mamma was the liv-[ considerate of others Ipupils from the Pleasant]Icy. The rest of the after-l [v zetableSin the condensedtrey" and Mrs. Glen Michael noon. . ing example of dedicated[ Mamma's death left such [Valley school have written]noonwas spent playing[~~'~,~]liouid and add season]no [and girlsandBillCarpenter.[ Mr. a no. IVll~. l]i ~- "~ ~' n in spent ~unaay w motherhood. She consideredI a nemptiness in the hearts [to her recently. * " We saw[bingo and visiting. Refresh-[.~'~[Use an- leftover liouid in[T m and Bill are spe d" g a ~: ~nOel~. l!be:wfas2)!2miel~4:!fde~l ~yfih;rp~?iltd~s gohne: ra, IMd" a:n:ddwiMsM:~:~n~:,~: [~}ie~Sesr:Si2~bfb:tr;eahdeo,s~e@i I ] g:aivyo~ts~p when flav ] hri!:!i at th;d2m);,2i~i ?;~gt1!:ii~i!npN a~rthiY:g' for herself. ShelTBgET sH~HATFTAT#ER~[Merle Blew, Mr. and. Mrs. lThe meeting Ydjourned to[ [he~phToeu uSsUggtt t' nSe t ii land gialsdsMrnt last Yunday] ~merc~ll!oed~sM~l? was like sunsnine, a waysI CHILDREN~ ~onn taunter, Mrs r.a WalK- meet May zo wire lwrs r~en-/ ~~ ~-< : I - ~ ~ :- -~-t ' ~h~rt o" ~Udn hter Connio I oI me nutrients iounu in me o n there when we needed her to ]er, Harry Swope, Ray Ells-[neth Dodd. I Ylm I~.F lll~)l.e- [ ,io,)irl nf orl .oootahlo~ [ at Hays. [ noo . serve husband, children, orI !worth, lock Murray, Blanche[ ---L. F Reporter. ;, 7 [ Mr-Huehes Pettit under-) Mr. Mrs: .~ - -v.~,v -, "~ " h a the neighbors. ~. ~mAA I Smith and Bob Isaac.- Opal] [ Jewe'll~couniy~ l~a'd" el'm~]eaf ] ()'I~ YOUR CHILDREN l went major surgery Wednes-[ Bls op c lied on he Mrs Edith Clark Our home was not just a/~V~llll JIkl~l, Taylor was. busy at tl}e[ Manhattan, . Kansas "[ beetle damage last spring] Young children will put[day at the Red Cloud hos- [ ~ ",i , filling station by day and a I . . ] check stana, and Rouse [ Lenora W. Liss, Esbon, has ] and summer Chances are [ anything in their mouths [ pital. He is recovering satis-[ and ~,irs Carold parking place by night. OurI Thursday-Saturday r~ight [ rraass, was ,ousy carrying,received an appointment to ] ~ood that many of these ] You as parents must protect,factorily. [ laCK OI D~fr OaK/ ~i' home was a re-fueling sta-[ This week Ye Scribe is[grocenesto me cars.-went]participate in the summer| eetles overwintered lastlthem from accidental,is-I Mrs Dave Stenzel was/ternoon. Other call " tion, a dynarno, where tired [ privileged to have two nights.[ to the drug. d el~rtmerlt andloinstitute for Advanced Study [ winter and We'p~l~ibly Wlll4"ontt~g tff~ltt~llje eI~[,~'the[he~tes~, to the Halwison. Ex-J Mr a~M MI~'~, .~I~ husband and restless child-Ins an excuse to goup town[[ouna A. L:.t narieY|in English at Kansas Smtelhave an infestation a-ain]manv" thin-s" inltension Club on Thursdayland Olive June " 1 rs icher s Colic e in 1959 She ~ ~- ~, ~ ~ ,-~ ,"/- ~ ": '""" " "' and stron as well as Mrs Glen Davenport and bne l~kes her teacher, M . g " oth '/ ~'l'~l ~l:m g master of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Leonard Blaylock - Cynthia is four ~s now teac~ng at Esbon uer^ vanet~s:~especlallY[ll - " ~~~'~ --~[ gentle She was . .ear vur -- n Rural H~ h ~cnool ,~ herself, thus in command of l and daughters had well-filled [ and will go to kmdergarte g " unteer wheat or westem[rl [[ISOB I the famil life. She gave her baskets of groceries. - Visit-[next year. - Karla, a blond, wheat russ I ~j~'~.~~ "~ ,~ : advice (if we, ed with Mrs Cleo Hiltgen[ is a demure little girl and Manhattan, - Forty-three g. ;" ] Mrs. Marshall Bmhop i~( asl~ed~f'or"i't~and neoe~v~d :t{i' ~edne:?eUr j:ineneda~jg:::[~3~[ex~it~ada ~h~reantheyg~gie~lg ~P?~salayW:[t?rnoWoenr? Mmyd~ ca~s2~y :tr~arosc:~mLi~sI Miss Rosalie Smith of ~~~~~~~,[~ (!~/--~ ,~ ~,~ :: but always with 1, . - . . . . which transmits the streak Commerce City, Colo was //' /L f ~"~ ~',mdar.~tandin~ and Pamela * * About mxss- smile, laughmg blue eyes, at a joint Army-A~r Force ;~ ,; :-~^riousl--:n:ured in a car ~~"~'~~/-//[/),'~ ~;~ . . wheat mat ~ ~v y ~ j t//~l/]l, "1 "~. ~. '.; Mamma s entp tireless ed telhng about a dehghtful] and would wm any heart. " ROTC awards review at infoot.a ;,h ,reak mosaiclaccident Rosalie is the ~ f/~'~ L " "M' days, months and years of breakfast I went to that Hope to see yotl next Sat- Kansas State Umvers ty, will "enerall" show "attemsldau"hter of Mr and Mrs ,u//a' ~ devotion to her husband and morning in Fellowship Hall urday ngiht. * * Manhattan The review, held ~ ~ v ~ " I ~:,~ children" . (13 of them). She of the Methodist Church at in Memorial. Stadium .was,a I I ALSO. KNOW THE STATE EXCH }~ ~o,lt,~ night when 9"00 a m (a bit late for me Before Thursday- practme for the Premdent s ~tt~t To ~AT ~ ii". ~m'e of [aer chil~lren had to eat breakfast for I had Saturday Night Review, May l!e, arW,hich witll our AffrlCUltural loans are approve . mumps, measles, whooping my breakfast and had been. Mrs. Joe Howard visited culminate the y ,s activ'. Ye ur~,v e wm'-"" ut-" ruaucn'-'-"- ~xu'-'c'io-t n t'h-e followin-g The-y like the friendly, personal" serv" 1(,I cough, chicken pox, leg ache at work for an hour). - Th~s us Monday. - She was ac- for both the Army s Bngad ~ or ear ache. Always busy--- was the annual breakfast of companied by her daughter, of Cadets and the Air Force property at the Mrs. O. R. Beeler residence, locat, the fair rates and convenient repaym were wet dmper,the Moues Mmerva Club JoAnne, lovely blond with Cadet Wmg there ' "," " ed across the street on the north side of the Me- an agricultural loan, come in and our officers. stockings to darn( washing, and the president, Louella blue eyes and a wealth of Among those honored was ironing, sewing to do, cut Yasm~r turned the gavel curly hair.- JoAnne is quite Roger McCollough, Randall, i thodist Church in Mankato, Kansas, on fingers to bandage, buttons over to the new president, shy but has an engaging superior cadet award for to sew on, hair to Comb, Aunita Anderson - The up-'smile. * * Visited with Rev. academic excellence in Air SATURDAY, MAY 14 missing overshoes to locate pet]zing breakfast was cook- and Mrs. Alsobrooks of Burr Science II. ,-.never eiading tasks,ed & served by some WSCS Oak on Thursday. * * Mrs. -- COMMENCING,AT 1:00 O'CLOCK PatienCe de Mare-, ladies. - Millie Hills was Calvin Wiechman was here Mr. ::d Mrs. Albert l nge, was to and the She was a6-Larsen Mrs. Maymie Air by Miller of Hill ine ; Garden "lsa!$ popuno I '.g 0poS V