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76; No. 49. A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWEL~L COUNTY MONI'rGII, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF I~l"S FOR JEWELL, COUI~TY, WE'RE FOR IT 2 Sections - 14 Pages 41ld to right: Coach Drelling, Coach Jones, Mike J. C. Clegg, and Don Miskimon. "M" Club held barbs- the Mankato Cl~y Park evening, May 8th. The of the club, J, C. Mike Grout, and Ralph Oz Isecretary-treasurer; and Coach Larry made arrangements fine meal and enter- the meal. All high school lettermen and the coaches and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. Dreiling, Mr. and Mrs. Don Miskimon, and Mr: and Mrs. John Paul Jones, attended. F. W. Boyd, Jr. was a guest After the fine meal, the new lettermen were initiated into the club. Mankato is proud of its fine coaches and the ex- cellent young men, who par- ticipate in sports and repre- sent this school in scholastic competition. Everyone present at the barbecue had a fine time. era and weiners cooked over a charcoal Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr. a large supply of baked beans and po- Salad. Iced tea, potato , pickles, etc. rounded out f to right: Coach Jones, Robble Dodd, Mike Russell Lange, Steve Rose, Coach Miskimon, ach Dreiling. Thursday, May 18, 1967 ,lewell County Memorial Post 7830 Monday. May 1. officers of the Jewell County Memorial I post 7830 Veterans of Foreign Wars for 1968 were installed. They are: Commander, James R. Freeman; Quartermaster, Gerald McAtee; Sr. Vice Commander, Donald Snyder; Jr. Vice Commander, Walter Campbell; Advocate, Duane Stroup; Chaplain, Ray Howell; Surgeon, Carroll Collins; Pat Mankato, Kansas PROCLAMATION Mey 22 to May 26 Clean-Up Week In Mankato DATES DESIGNATED BY MAYOR GAYLE CRISTMAN. RESIDENTS ARE ASKED TO HAVE TRASH READY. The week of May 22 to May 26 has been designated by Mayor Cristman and the City Council as Clean-Up Week. The city will haul all trash from the alleys. In case there is no alley, the trash may be placed on the parking in fr(mt of the h(mse. Trash must be in containers. No tree limbs will be hauled. Everyone is urged to get his trash ready as soon as poss- ible. A clean town not only improves the town's appear. ance, but reduces fire hazards. High School Girl's Track The Mankato High School girl's track team, coached by Don Anderson, attended a Be- loit Invitational Girl's Track Meet on Friday, May 12. This was the last meet of the season and the girls showed much improvement. They placed sixth in the meet which in cluded fine competition with Class A schools. Beloit took first place, Cawker City, se cond, and Concordia, third. Os- borne and the Girl's Industrial School were also represented. The MHS girls scored 23 points. Kayleen Wolfe placed first in the discus with a throw of 72'9" and fifth in the shot put with a toss of 24'71/2''. Bonnie Reynolds raced to a second place finish in the 220 yd. dash close behind the win- ning Cawker City girl who was first -- time, 29,5, She also took third in the 75 yd. dash with a time of 9.0. Cindy Simon was third in the 70 yd. hurdles at 12.6 and 4th in the 50 yd. hurdles with a time of 8.1. Jo Ann Murray was fourth in the softball throw with a toss of 156'4". The 440 yd. relay team was fourth with a time of 58.0. The girls who competed in the re- lay team were Bonnie Rey- nolds, Bonita Esslinger, Cindy Simon, and Sondra Reed. The girls enjoyed a good season for a first year of par- ticipation. Coach Anderson is to be congratulated for the fine help he has given the t?am. a talk on "Public Relations" after lunch to the group at- tending workshop. They tried to change our state song from "Home On the Range" to "Where In the World But Kan- sas". but lost by a few votes, There were 337 registered at the district meeting in Belle- ville on May 5th starting at 12:30. 124 registered at the Spring Tea at Jewell City Ap- ril 1Oth. $20.44 was given for the Cancer Fund that day. There has been $161,97 giv- en to the hospital fund through the Extension Units. K.E,H.C, Treasurer asked for 25 cents per member as a contribution DI! "- / ~ to be sent for a National meet- ()~l I lng of A.C.W.W. in Michigan i September 1968. The deadline to have this money given is November 1st of this year. ~;l Btlf . Don Miskimon is shown in the foreground. A The Jewell County Safety /l~ .v 4| ,, Sto01]t'k..! M Club members are lining up to get their I Committee met April 26. Mrs. ef~cll Deans Fogo gave a report on ash"t~ ~ " "~--'- ....... what would be expected in , 14"l:~each township in regard to Sid road signs needed. Material ndles0mnTv _ -- -- j was given each advisory mem- )eel_.,,lf0[__i..,v~.~l:: . . . ['her of her township and the committee will see that each township will be checked. Watch for a special article in the paper soon. We used the cooperation of each citi- zen in our county to make a success of this safety project. We are to have all these re. ports in by September 1st. Due to County Camp sched. uled June 16th the meeting on "Medical Care of the Aged" will be June 23. Mrs. Vaden Davis was given material for a citizen lesson in case any leader wants to use this ma- terial. Mary Frances Holdren showed some slides of beau- ful flower beds at the end of our meeting. If you are think- lng of landscaping your yard, check on flowers, a'ubber,/ I and trees adapted to your area. MHt/ng ad mr l at 11:80. Edw/n Rou, P.R.C. 4 q(lleS Lots ^~,IIL" ell County E.H.U. interesting report on her trip i T3111~:~ith 13 members and' May 4th. Mary Frances Hol. ' Ii~lrances Holdren pres-I dren and Mrs. Glenn Kindler 1ok a ~'~ meeting was called l both attended Recognition Day tor. by the President, at Wichita April 7th. Mrs. ,r Wag'rn Kindler. After roll Glenn Kindler gave a report [atlswered the minutes on that meeting. On April 19th j,,,~t meeting were read and 20th they also attended IFOved. Each unit has workshop at Hutchinson. Due TE [P_en a blue sheet on to the meeting of Secretary [De unit committee re- Freeman at the hotel they had [e to be filled out and difficulty finding a place to ~t~Eent's office by Nov. park the car. The theme for {[te chairman on each their meeting was "Launch. rs ,~ndttee can fill out Live and Learn." They wer~ and send her re- told Of the 9,000 school dis, riots, now 98 percent of them gave a moat are gone. Se~, Freeman gave The Mankato Senior Class for 1967 has 28 fine young men and women, who will graduate this year. Commencement will be held at the High School Auditorium Tuesday, May 23, 1967. Baccalaureate will be at the riotic Instructor, Arthur Berg; Buddy Poppy Chairman, New- ell Alexander; Service Officer Alton Kale; Legislative Officer Lawrence Moser; Public Re- lations Officer, Raymond Schaefer. Pee Wee Baseball Notice All boys, who plan to play Poe Wee Baseball this sum- mer. are asked to sign up at lhe Ben Franklin Store as soon las possihh,. The names must be in by June 1st. -Doyle Alcorn, Manager. Left to right: Mrs. James Dodd, Laura Park, and Deanne Coffman. They are getting the stage ready for the Style Show. I M'H$-STY1.E REVI EW [well tailored and fully lined. "-- [ Music numbers were giver The Home Economics class-ibetween parts of the program es of the Mankato schools held [under the direction of Mrs. their annual Spring Style Re-]John Jones. These included a view on May 11 1967 The ..... ' ' rresnman gwJs High School girls, under the ]_~. _~,. num"^r ensemble, a ' R mh ,uve~y ue by Senior able dJrectmn of Mrs ~ el i l sol ' ' ,*g r s, a o ny Pat Peteete, Dodd, each year gwe a show- and an excellenl rendition of ing of the clothing projects Jamaica Farewell by the Boy's they have completed during Glee Club. the year. This year they were An added attraction this joined by Junior High girls !year was a display of projects who are tn Mrs. Dorcas Welt- completed by the Industrial mer's classes. Arts and Art classes this year. The stage was set with an accent on spring. The doorway Mr. Larry Dreiling's classes I tn the center of the stage bore had on display a fine selection a large pink blossom motif of desks, cedar chests, chests ~with a background of contrast- :Ing aqua. Miss Carol Cortner was quite charmingly attired in a full length princess gown and a magic wand in her sta. tion beside the door. Large multicolored roses in 'flower~ pots helped make a delightful setting for the review. A fine selection of garments were modeled by the girls. They ranged from pleated and A-line skirts displayed by the Junior High and Freshmcn girls to highly advanced work by the Seniors. The hemlinc this year seems to be higher. A hit of the showing is always the display of children's and infant's clothing made by thc Junior girls and modeled by their young friends. The Sen- ior girls displayed full length gowns, suits, and coats, all of drawers, gun cases, etc. This is the second year of the Industrial Arts curriculum and excellent work is being com- pleted. Mrs. Gay Anderson's Art classes had their showing completely covering the back wall of the auditorium. In- cluded were watercolors, mod- ern composite works, colorful pattern pieces, welded sculp- ture, and some really, sensi. tively done pencil sketches. A wonderful showing for only one year of the new art curricu- lum. Mrs. Anderson also creat- ed all the rouses for the stage. Special thanks go to the girls who announced the pro- gram, the teachers who helped and to the large number of )arents and others who at- tended, Left to right: Lonzy Hanson, Mrs. Gays and Robble Dodd. They are arranging the Art Exhibit. tm to tmy umeuw MUm aom Tby m .UJhS In ot.a walnut in Mr. Drel/l s ell. High School Auditorium Sun- day. May 21. at 8:00 p.m. Class Night will be held Mon- day, May 22, at 8:00 p.m. ~t the High School Auditorium. Complete details on the pro- grams, the class members and their pictures, honor students. MANKATO USD NO, 278 CALENDAR FOR END OF SCHOOL EVENTS Wednesday, May 17 - 8th Grade Finals. t Thursday, May 18 - Finals for' 8th grade and Seniors. (Last day they come to regular , class.) Afternoon - 8th Grade Prac- tice. 3:00 - 7th and 8th Assembly (for parents if they wish to come) in All-Purpose Room. Friday, May 19 - 9:00 and 1:15 -Seniors Practice. All other grades take finals. 7:30 Junior High Com- mencement. Sunday, May 21 - 8:00 - Bae-{ calaureate. I Monday, May 22 - Seniors, Awards Night. I Practice for School for everyone exceptI 8th and Seniors. 8:00 - Class and Awards Night. Tuesday. May 23 . Seniors Practice for Comm'encement. High School and Juror High Classes. Grade School Picnics (K - 8th). Buses will run regular schedules. 8:00 - High School Com- mencement. Wednesday, May 24 - Teach- ers' Work Day. Students do not come to school. Thursday, May 9.5 - End of School. 9:00 - Report Cards. Buse~, will leave school to return students at 9:45 .... Last day that school lunch will be served is Tuesday, l May 23. This will be only for 7th, Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors. ,e By Clyde C. Reed Terracing contractors are available for work now. Land that is going to be summer fallowed needs terrace protec- tion. ACP funds are available at the present time. Waterways could also be built now. Waterways that are shaped now could be planted to a sorghum cover crop for erosion protection. A mulch of old hay or manure is better than the cover crop. It will pay to wait until August to plant waterways. Many waterways show a need for nitrogen fertilizer. Waterways will produce a lot of hay if fertilized. Brome grass, especially if it were fertilized is about ready to be cut for hay. It makes the best hay just when it headsl out. Brome that was fertilized early is making excellent pas- ture. Farmers are having good results with fertilizing brome in July and August. When we compare brome pasture with silage or hay costs it will pay to fertilize brome. The blue- stem grasses haven' made much growth yet. The summer grasses will grow rapidly how- ever as soon as it warms up. Brome grass should not be grazed past June 15 in most instances. However if it hasn't been grazed much up until now later grazing won't hurt. It does need a rest during the hot summer months. It needs some growth on it when going into the hot weather. We seem to always get some hard rains in June. Now is an excellent time to terrace sum- mer fallow ground. IT'S THE WATER YOU KEEP THAT COUNTSI Mr. a~d Mrs. Don Koester ~eturn to Menketo Mr, and Mrs, Don Koester have returned to their home ~n Mankato. They live in an apartment over the dental of- !ice of Dr, Merwin Peterson. Don has been gone since Jan- uary 1st taking army training, While m service Don was stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas and Fort Huachuca. Arizona, He was a supply clerk with a E-2 rating. He is a member of the Mankato National Guard and will participate In drllh with th* local unit, While Don was in service, Mrs, Koester worked for the state highway department in Lincoln. Nebr. She Was in the accident re, cords department. Don, who/$ the TV and radi palrman for L & B Electric is back at wm'k. etc. are printed in a page ad in this week's Record, ,he Mankato Eighth Grade Graduation will be held at the High School Auditorium Fri- day, May 19, at 8:00 p.m. There are 57 members of this iI the enrollment figures will jump. The class members, pro* gram. etc. are printed on an inside page in this week's cord. class, whzch is the largest In recent years. When this class enters high school in the fall, Left to right: Mrs. Earl Sllsby, Mrs. Ray Smith, Harold Beam, Mrs. Richard Waugh, and Mrs. by. Left to right: Curtis Dletz, Harry Kindl , ,Im lwlI Borger, Leo Blrdsll, and Robert Howland. Pictured above are some of the leaders who attended the Jewell County 4-H Program Evaluation meeting May 8, The purpose of the meeting was to provide an opportunity for our 4-H leaders to meet Bill Borst, Area 4-H Specialist, and to evaluate the present 4-H program. This meeting will be a start- ing place for a long-range 4-H program to be developed in Jewell County by 1908. The topics that were discuss. ed at this meeting were: Total County Youth Situation; Coun- ty Project Chairmen; County 4-H Program; Township R~ presentatives; Adult Leader- shtp; and 4-H Council. The dinner was sponaor~l by the First National Bank of Mankato, Citizens State Bank of Jewell and the State Bank of Esbon. The support of the, businessmen in the county is ' greatly appreciated. Left to right: Carl Sapp, Esbon State Bank, mM Forrest Fair, First National Bank, '12hmkato. Mankato scored 7 points in the Class "B" regional held at Concordia Saturday. Ralph Ozmun, with a heave of 144'6" placed 3rd in the discus, The mile relay team (Mike Grout Ralph Ozmun, Russell Lange, and Mike Dodd) placed third in the 880 relay, They ran the distance in 1:34.1. This ~s a new school record, which bet- for the state. Ralph and the 880 relay team will compete in the state meet at SaUna Friday and Saturday, May 19 aqd 20. The following Mankato com- petitors made good ~bowlngs Friday, although they didn't make any points: , ShOtaSla Put': Mike Rourkel Sth, Mile Relay (Eddie Wilson. Russell Lange, Ralph Ozmlm, and Chuck Zadina), 8th. 3:37.1. Javelin: Sam Colson. 159', Semml Rlyem~ Wrll~f Mr. and Mrs, Ed bWll~l~ Oberlin, announce tbe a daughter, Sammi Rayann, on May 8, 1967. She wellhed 7 lbs. 6 ozs. GrandparentI are Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Wright and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Eileti, all of Mankato. The Wrights have another daughter, gelll, 4. Ruth Stevenson of Manhattu spent the weekend with parents, Mr. and Mm. Iki~ ~Reven~, and a~ the l k