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.4._ MAY 18, 1967 I National Advertising Representative KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. 701 Jackson, Topeka, Kansas 66603 ATIONAL NEWSPAPEF JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 76, No. 49, printed week- 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 I can show to any human being, let me do it now and not defer it for I shall not pass this way again." Second Class Postage Paid at the Post Office, Mankato, Kansas 66956. Subscriptions: $3.00 per year in Jewel] 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 to notify this office at once when they have a change of address. FOR HOME FOLKS M. A. B. A smile unlocks many doors. -MAB- Dollars and sense will lay foundation for wealth and )iness. -MAB- If you arrive on time you have a lot of waiting to do. -MAB- I am ignorant enough to be atisfied with my life -- and life wonderful. -MAB- Some peopl6 leave their behind when they get an automobile. -MAB- man who knows it all is dangerous to society as the who knows nothing. -MAB- 4ER Last Sunday was Mother's ~ay. It brought many happy My children and :hildren remembered me flowers and gifts to show love and appreciation. children, grandchildren great grandchildren ate with me, But to me when I think of Day, it brings to my MY mother -- we called Mamma. To me, Mamma the embodiment of all a mother should be -- could be "Mother of the tmma was always there, like sunshine, whenever needed her -- for help and ement, advice if we for it, discipline if we it -- always with love understanding. often wonder why moth- are associated with laven- and old lace, frail white and gentle smile. Her were not frail and white. were strong hands, cap- hands, loving hands and ~ways busy. They had to be to care for her large Yes, her hands were but they could be firm it was necessary. As we grew older, we mar- at her philosophy con- her children. She to realize that her were completely her only at birth. After that began to release them for life-work; the more silent-: rthe release, the better for the ! I understand that some the philosophy inbred in us Mamma and Papa) has through a long and life. Some of their was: "No bird too high if it soars on own wing", and 'He who ; with pick and shovel, or d:eda,,tower unafraid, will We believe that Motherhood the most magnificent gar- worn by human beings. : is the most vital, the most mtial and the most power- job ever created. Mother- is a fulltime 24-hour-a- job. It demands tile pa- of Job, the wisdom of ages, love so strong and it reflects the divine. foundation of a home must built on the firm rock of ket, taxes, etc. I have enjoyed one written by a grandmother and printed in the Mexico Me. Herald, as follows: "I feel like I want to tell you about my new grandson. He was born March 15, and weighed eight pounds, three ounces, and is named for my father. We are all so proud of him and his older sister and brotlmr, age nine and eleven, respectively, just adore him. "As I held the precious 'bundle from heaven' in my arms. these are some of the thoughts that passed through my mind. Locked up in that tiny body, there might be the making of an inventor like Edison, of a statesman like Jefferson, of a genius like Ein- stein, of a humanitarian like Lincoln, or of a spiritual leader like tile apostle Paul. "Or he might be just an average human being like the most of us and 'live in a house by the side of the road and be a friend to man.' "No one, save God, knows the possibilities, either for good or evil, that lie before him. "He is so tiny, so helpless, but everything in that home revolves around him. "I mean to enjoy him and the other two all I can, for 'it may be later than I think.' "My very best wishes to all the other prot~d grandmas," Golden Thoughts for Mother's Day Despise not thy mother when she is old. Proverbs 23: 22b. A mother is a mother still, The holiest thing alive. S. T. Coleridge. The hand that rocks the cradle Is the hand that rules the world. W. R. Wallace. One may desert one's father, though he be a high official, but not one's mother, though she be a beggar. Chinese Proverb. He is bare of news who speaks ill of his mother. Irish Proverb. An ounce of mother is worth a ton of priest. Spanish Proverb. God could not be everywhere, so, He made mothers. Yiddish Proverb. Glad lobe back on Mankato Main Street again. Ye Scribe started early. - Stopped at the K & C Cafe for lunch. Avis, a very efficient and pleasant lady, looked after my wants. Cora and Katherine were both busy. I visited with Darus and Lily Henningsen, Merl and Kay Reager, J. E., Vivian and Vic- ki Moon, and Melvin LaRue. Saw Lowell Yasmer, Toby Kramer, Clyde Reed, and Bob Davidson of Wehber; Mrs. An- na Graham and Mrs. A. R. Kissinger, Superior; Mrs. Jack Mebius, Beloit; and Miss Mary Gagnon of Concordia. - You know that Ye Scribe likes to have friends "Make Main- street" with me. Mrs. Baldwin is such fun and I asked her if she would go with me on Main Street that night. She said "Yes" -- and we made a bar- gain. She and her husband Col. Baldwin would accompany me. I looked forward with real pleasure to that trip, taking the Baldwins with me to meet our fine friends in our friendly town. But my enthusiasm was taken out of me for a short time later, we received word that my husband's brother. Warren Boyd, of Lincoln, had been fatally injured. So had no heart to see even my good friends on Main Street. War- ren was more like rny eldest son, When he' finished high school, my husband, Frank, brought Warren to Manhattan to go to college. I was an assistant professor and Frank brought Warren to me and asked me to look after him. Then after we were married, Warren lived with us and worked in the printing office. Warren's wife, May, is a cous- in of Mrs. Ada Hills. Warren and May have visited in Man- kato many times. l:30 p.m, May 10, 13.5 miles west and 9.2 miles south of Mankato on a county road, a 1949 Chevrolet truck, driven by Marvin Miller of Cawker City, fell through a bridge, The truck was loaded with cattle. The cattle, which were thrown out of the truck, escaped in- jury. Approximately $275.00 damage was estimated on the truck. The back end of the ceny School at Lawrence May 9-10-11. It was sponsored by Kansas Peace Officers Asso- ciation. Judicial Cases: Jean E. Holtslander, failure to stop at stop sign, $10.00 and costs. Russell I. Tool, failure :to stop at stop sign, $10.00 and costs. ' , Katherine A. Grimes, speed- ing, $10.00 and costs. Boyd H. Ritter~ speeding, $15.00 and costs. James N. Snyder, speeding, $20.00 and costs. Bonds Forfeited: John J. Barnhart, speeding, $10.00 and costs. Darrel C. Sanderson, speed- ing, $10.00 and costs. Kenneth E. Heltzel, speed- ing, $10.00 and costs. Judge Byron Rogers is mak- ing a satisfactory recovery. tie is planning on coming home from the hospital at Bolleville the last of this week. i Offlce of the Co. Sup't.: "The recent graduate, a thoroughly modern youth, was asked if he was looking for work. He thought a moment, then replied, "Not necessarily, but I would like a job." Visitors and business callers last week were Mrs. Neita Jones, Mankato; Mrs. Ray- mond Lange, Charles Watson, Formoso; Mrs. Hazel Baylie, Wichita; R. S. McDaniel, Jew- ell; and Mrs. Eugene Meeker. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peter- son visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mel- vin Stockwell, and husband at Paola, Karts. The ladies at- tended a bride's shower for Miss Patricia Emrich of Kan- sas City, Me., whose marriage :to Clayton Peterson will take place June 6 in the Martin City Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Young from Lincoln, Nebr. stopped at our Jewell County Historical So- ciety on Monday and said they enjoyed it very much and would tell their friends to be sure and see it if in this vicin- ity. Thanks to you, Marvel Judy Isaac. - In the afternoon I and your sister, Mrs. Robert went to a get-acquainted tea White. for calling me and let- at the Buffalo Roam Steak ting me know they were in- House. This delightful affair terested. They came by for was in honor of Miss Carol me right away and I was JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, M~KATO, KANSAS ,.Y - i ' ' h i Hospital Fund According to Richard Dia- mond, treasurer, the total in the Hospital Fund, at noon Tuesday, May 16, was $45,853.72. The following have con- tributed since the list was published: Hawthorne Club. East Walnut E. H. U. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Riley. Aguadilla, P. R.- Airman First Class Jack E. Knight, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Knight of 721 Green St., Be- atrice, Nebr., has been assign- ed to the U. S. Air Force "Hurricane Hunters" at Ram- ey AFB, P. R. Airman Knight, a jet air- craft mechanic, is a member of the 53rd Weather Recon- naissance squadron. The 53rd which flies the WC-130 Hercules, tracked 12 hurricanes last year and pro- vided vital warnings after en- tering the hazardous weather to seek the "eye" of each storm. With 500 personnel and 13 aircraft, the unit is poised in the middle of the tropical storm breeding grounds. Being stationed in Puerto Rico en- ables the squadron to search out developing storms more than 2000 miles away. While hurricane reconnais- sance is the most colorful por- tion of the squadron's mission, it also supports aerial refuel- ings, Air Force Missile Test Center shots and atmospheric sampling missions for the Atomic Energy Commission and other governmental agen- cies. Airman Knight's wife, Mary, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Briggs of Mankato, Kans. Dear Mrs. Boyd, We have sold our home in l McMinnville, Oregon and will move into a duplex with our daughter and son-in-law, Bob and Grace Haberly, in Albany, Oregon. Our address will be] 3540 S. Umatilla, Albany, Ore-I gon 97321, so please send the Record there after May 20th. We hope to hear from our Kansas friends at the new ad- dr~ess.. James ,a~.d Bertha Montgomery. NOTICE ~k:ny boy wanting to play Ct~Okid:Ball at Burr Oak, come to It he '.~all practice on May 25th ahd 31st at 7 p.m. Suits wili be given out on the 31st. --LaVon Ost, Manager Westernaires The Jewell Co. Westernaires met Sunday, May 7th, at the City Hall in Mankato. All offi- cers were present. The Trail Ride for Memorial Day will start at the dam site at Love- well Lake at one o'clock. Ev- eryone is invited. All mem- bers turn in your ticket stubs on the saddle by Saturday, May 20th, by noon. Turn tick- ets in to Goldsberrys, Junkers, Shoemakers at Ionia, or Mable Sweet. Don't forget our Horse Show at Jewell, May 21st, at one o'clock. Concession stand on the grounds. --Barbara Junkey. wise judgment, tel- and love and under- -MAB- by a Grandmother Some people think that an should be about problems, such as In- the Unit- States Senate, stock mar- Women's Republican Area Meeting The Women's Republican area meeting will be held at Smith Center Saturday, May 20th. The meeting will begin at 10:00 in the club room of the Smith County Bank. The Honorable Bob Dole, congress- man of the 6th district, will be the featured speaker. The luncheon will be served at Paul's Cafe and the luncheon i speaker will .be Mrs. Dane Bales of Logan, area director. Barbara Bishop of Winona is district chairman. Everyone welcome. MANY TH-A--NKS---- My sincere thanks to my relatives and friends who re- membered me with cards, flowers, gifts and calls while I was in the hospital. Emma Kibbe. David Tyrell, who is attend- ing Junior College in Concor- dia. and a friend, Miss Mary Gagnon of Concordia, were weekend guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, whose marriage to pleased to show them through. Harry Tyrell. Vance Tyrell, Don Kissinger, will take place Thanks to you donors who who is attending Fort Hays July 8th. The hostesses were have brought your treasures State College, was also home. to display. --Idella Johnson. Mrs. W. G. Hills and Bud Hills went to Lincoln Monday to attend the funeral services for Warren R. Boyd. Misses Sarah and Frances Mrs. Frank Kissinger, Mrs Ralph Waugh and Mrs. Frank W. Boyd, Jr. Carol's mother, Mrs. W. L. Baldwin of Omaha accompanied her. Other out-of- town guests included: Mrs. Carrie Thomas and Mrs. L. L. '~,~' ~ ; ' I,r Liberty Club Liberty Club met May 11 at the home of Gertrude Shepherd with all members present. This ,was the last meeting of the season and our annual birth- day party. Mary Hanson, the president, held a short busi- ness meeting, after which the entertainment committee was in charge of the program. The committee. Esther Ortman, Mary Hanson and Ruth Han- son, each led in a very inter- esting contest. Gertrude served lovely refreshments in keeping with the birthday theme, and then each member received a gift from her Secret Sister. After a very enjoyable after- noon, club adjourned to meet in September with Frances Walker. --Reporter. 2nd Grade Brownies The 2nd Grade Brownies Troop 178, met May 9 at the Methodist Church. Jumping rope was played for our game. Kool-aid and cookies were served hy Deborah Johnson to 10 Brownies, two leaders and four tag-ahmgs. Sylvia Meyer and Pamela Millstead held the flags while we said the Flag Salute and the Brownie Pro- mise. Sylvia Meyer was our make-believe birthday queen for her birthday May 29. She was crowned by past queens, Debra and Diane Beougher. We worked in our Brownie Books. We wrote thank you notes to the National Guards- men. Each girl told what whe liked about visiting the Ar- mory. We made gift coupon booklets for Mother's Day. Each girl wrote in them some jobs she would do. We will not have any more meetings now until Day Camp which is June 5-9 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. We adjourned with the Brown- ie Tunnel --Reporter. Warren R. Boyd Struck By Car and Killed Friday Warren R. Boyd, 83, Lincoln, Nebr. passed away Friday night in a Lincoln hospital about 30 minutes after he was struck by a car in downtown Lincoln, Nebr. He never re- gained consciousness. Warren and his wife, May, attended a Shrine Meeting Friday evening. They had just left the meeting and were heading for their car. They were in the crosswalk, when an automobile struck them. The brunt of the blow hit War- ren. Mrs. Boyd was knocked down and Suffered cuts and bruises. She is making a saris- faetc~rY recovery and was re- leaSed'from the hospital in time to attend funeral services for Warren Monday afternoon. Warren was a brother of the late Frank W. Boyd. May is a cousin of Mrs. W. G. Hills of Mankato. Mrs. Hills and son, Bud Hills, and Mrs. Frank W. Boyd of Mankato and Mc- Dill Boyd of Phillipsburg were in Lincoln Monday for the fun- eral. Warren and May have visit- ed in Mankato many times and had made many friends in this community. (Editor's Note: I feel a great loss in the death of Uncle War- i ren. He .has always been a favorite of mine & I can re- member him from my early childhood. In recent years, since his retirement, I have had an opportunity to see him oftener and have looked for- ward to his visits. Although smaller physically, he looked' like Dad and reminded me of him in many ways. He lived a fine, Christian life and his family can always~ be proud of his accomplishments.) Col. and Mrs. W. L. Baldwin of Omaha, Nebr. were week- end guests at the home of Mr. IiIlif ill , I , i, WEATHER Clyde Reed, official weather observer, reports a high temp- erature of 92 degrees Thurs- day, May 11, and a low of 42 degrees Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13. .26 of an inch of rain fell Saturday night, May 13. NOTICE .------. The Jewell County Women's Bowling Association will hold the annual spring meeting on Friday, May 19. 1967, at 7:30 P.M. in Mrs. Vivian Ost's base- ment. Officers for the 1967-68 season will be elected and the tournament trophies and year- end awards will be presented. Kansas City, Me. -- Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ramsey of Man- kate attended a dinner meeting of Kansas Mobil dealers, dis- tributors and wives Monday night (May 15) in the Hotel Broadview in Wichita. Some 200 persons were present at the dinner which honored vet- eran Mobil dealers, distribut- ors and their wives. Marvin E. Houchin of Kan- sas City, general manager of Mobil's Midwest Marketing Di- i vision, saluted the women as !"Team Mates for Profits" and congratulated them on the important role they play in helping their husbands succeed in the service station busi- ness. At the conclusion of the din- ner each wife was appointed an 'Honorary Inspector of Mo- bil Station." She received a kit with which to conduct inspec- tions, and her husband pinned on her official inspector's badge. In addressing the group, Mr. Houchin outlined the growth of automobiles and driving in America which makes the service station business "one of the fastest growing in the world." He cited a number of new developments Mobil will be undertaking in the coming months in this area. These in- clude new service station de- signs, special training for the dealers' employees and strengthening the com- pany's program to aid the traveling motorist. Pre-Nuptlal Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Harding, Sr., Kansas City, Kansas were hosts to a wed- ding rehearsal dinner Saturday night; May 13, at the Buffalo Roam Steak House in Mankato, Kansas for their son. James F. Harding, Topeka, and his fian- cee, Miss Jerry Sue Modlin, Burr Oak. Guests for the din- ner were Miss Jerry Sue Mod- Sin, James F. Harding, Topeka, Kans,, Miss Linda Hauptli, KSU, Manhattan, Kans., Miss Bonnie Sharf and Ralph Hard- ing, McPherson, Kans.. Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Alsobrooks. Fay Alsobrooks and Ann Scott, KWU, Saline, Kans., Cindy Harding, Kansas.City, Kans., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Modlin, Charlie, Mike and Sylvia. Formoso Willing Workers 4-H The Formoso Willing Work- ers met May 1 at the Formoso Gym. The meeting was called to order by the president, Dale Switzer, Jr. Flag Salute was repeated and roll call was a barrel of laughs as each mem- ber and guest told a joke. The 4-H Tour will be held Saturday, June 10, and a committee was appointed to make plans. Pro- gram opened with the singing of "Swing Low, Sweet Char- iot" led by Becky Peteete. All members were ready to plant gardens after listening to War- ren Heinen's project talk on "Gardening". Alvin Heinen demonstrated with his talk how to "Grow with Good Books". Becky Peteete played a piano solo for music appreciation. Members spent the remainder F The Jewell County Demo- cratic Women's Club Silver Tea will be held Saturday, May 20, 1967, at 2:00 p. m. at the Buffalo Roam. The pro- gram with Mrs. Glenn Grout, Sr. presiding is as follows: Welcome, Mayor G. A. Crist- man. Musical Numbers, Unified School District 278 under the direction of Mrs. John Jones. 1. Into the Night, Carole Oz- rnun. 2. My tieart is Offered Still to You, I Love Little Willie, Four To Attend Seminar The Jewell County Farm Bureau Citizenship Committee announce they have obtained four reservations for the Farm Bureau Citizenship Seminar, which is to be held August 15 to 19th at Rock Springs. The high school students from the sophomore and junior classes presented a three min- ute speech on Citizenship on Thursday evening, May l lth, at the Farm Bureau office in Mankato in the presence of the Farm Bureau board mem- bers and wives and other in- terested parties, and were judged by Mrs. Ralph Spiegel, Mrs. Brad Judy, and Mr. Frank Kissinger. The four winners who were selected to attend Seminar were Joy Kindler of Esbon High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Kindler; Glen- da Andrews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andrews, Danny Hancock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hancock, and Carole Ozmun, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Oz- mun, of Mankato High School. Miss Carol Mohler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mohler and Jean Berry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Berry of Mankato High School were chosen as alternates. --Mrs. Edwin Marr, Chairman 4-H Sunday At Ionia The Limestone Valley 4-ti Club met in the Evangelical United Brethren Church, May 14. The Service of Worship: Piano Prelude, Debbie Ins- keep. ; ;. Candle Lighting, Pam'Burks and Clay Hennlngsen. Call. to Worship, Carol Schmidt. Hymn, "For the Beauty of the Earth." Invocation, Becky Ritz. Special Music, Crystal and Steve Van Horn. Scripture, Susan Inskeep. Responsive Reading, 4-H Jr. Leaders. "The Lord's Prayer", Con- gregation. Offertory Prayer, Barbara Bowman. Doxology, Pastoral Prayer, Sermonettes - Make Life Count Now: Begin Where You Are, Charli Borger; Use What You Have. Steve Van Horn (sub- stituting for Leta Havice); See Your Opportunites, Gall Bart- ley; Give of Your Best, Curt Shoemaker. Sermonette, "Don't Count God Out!", Rev. Trott. Hymn, "This Is My Father's World." Benediction, Jeanne Schmidt. Class Ushers, Becky Meyer, Janice Schmidt, Sue Shoemak- er and Tammy Rose. Collection, Barbara Schmidt and Cindy Henningsen. -Becky Ritz, Reporter. Celebrated 84th Birthday Mrs. Susan Baylie was honor guest at a dinner party at her home Sunday celebrating her 84th birthday. Her children, McCune of Formoso, who re- cently purchased the Harold Peterson home on North High St., are moving to Mankato tld~ week. and Mrs. Frank Kissinger. The Baldwin's daughter, Carol, and her fiance, Don Kissinger, who are seniors at Kansas State University, came from Man- hattan to spend the weekend at the home of his parents. Linda Charlene Louder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Louder, Mankato, is one of approximately 100 entering freshman chosen to participate in House Plan at Stephens Col- lege for Women, Columbia, Me. House Plan is a program to challenge and encourage of the evening working on 4-H grandchildren and great grand- Record Books. Meeting ad- 'children, and a few close friends were present. The chil- dren are Mrs. Hazel Seals, journed with the 4-H Pledge. Refreshments served by Kin- sey and Johnson families. --Jeri James, Reporter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peter- son moved Saturday to Junc- tion City where he is associat- ed with the Home Lumber Co., the company for whom he worked before coming here to become manager of the Man- kate Lumber. Co. The Peter- sons have been active in com- munity and church affairs and students of ability and partici- will be missed by their many pants are housed together in friends in Mankato, who are Searcy Hall. These girls all enroll in five basic courses which are studied under a spe- cified group of professors, as well as several elective cours- es. Participants were chosen on ttle basis of test scores and high school record. Mrs, Leigh Ann Van De- Creck arrived Thursday from Abilene to attend the 8th grade graduation of her cousin, Sarah Jane Russell, Mrs. Van De- Creck is the former Leigh Ann Walltt:r, i sorry to have them leave, but wish them well in their new home. Their son. Clayton, will graduate in June from Kansas State University with a degree in accounting and has accepted a position with an auditing firm in Denver. He will be married June 6 to Miss Patri- cia Emrich of Kansas City, Me., who will also graduate from Kansas State University. Mrs. Lucy Myers is visiting this week at the home of her daughter in Mlltonvate. '~'L III PAGE IB Im I III i n .... Girls Ensemble - Deanne Coffman, Carole Ozmun, Ann Donahue, Cindy Halstead, Nela Huntsinger, Bonita Ess- linger, Renee Silsby, Elaine Kale. 3. On the Street Where You Live, Deanne Coffman. Address, Mrs. George Dock- ing, Topeka, Kans. Reports, Mrs. Win, E. Lager- gren, president. Closing remarks, Carl A. Westin, Co. Sup't. Organ music furnished by Jeannette Grout. :Mankato Chlropratlc Clinic Will Open Thursday II III Mr. and Mrs. George IF, Drought & daughter, Georgia, who is 4t/z, have moved to Mankato. They wilt live in the back of the Lester Simmons building, which is l~ca~ across the street south of the Jewell County Co-op. Station. Dr. Drought will have his business in the front of the building and will operate un- der the name of Maakato Chiropractic Clinic. He will be open for business Thursday, May 18. Office hours will h~ from 9:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. from Monday through Friday. Lester Simmons has com- pletely remodeled the interior of the building. The reception ~oom will be in the front. Dr. Drought will have two treat" ment rooms, two adjustment rooms, an X-ray room, and an office. He has leased the building with the option tO buy. Lester has done a fine job remodeling and decorating the building for this clinic. Dr. Drought is a graduate ( of the Logan College of , Chiropractic of St. Louis, Me, For several years he practic, ed in Overland Park, Kansas. Then Dr. Drought spent 2~ years in Bethlehem, Jordan where he worked in a Crippled Children's Hospital. It was ml, Interdenominational Institution which was financed by Amer- icans. Most of the patients were refugee Arab children. Since returning from ov~as Dr. Drought and his family have been living, for the Past few months, in Atchison,, Open House At $ulifle~ Guidance Center ' ;',~' : : Open house at the: ~nflowefl' Guidance Center, 12~:We~; 6th, Concordia (ove~i.'ToW~ send's Gift Shop)', wll|q~ lteld Sunday, May 21, I~?,' fl~m,13!- 4:30 p.m. The hosts will the Cloud County Man~ Health Association and ti~: Governing Board and Staff the Sunflower Guidance Ce~- er. The public ts invit~d ~ come and get acquainted with this new facility available ~ all residents of Cloud CounCy ........ i The Sunflower Guidance Cen, ter is now functioning in community, trying to deal with the social and emotlo~l : problems people are c{mfro~- ed with. Help is offered by: psychiatric counseling and Im- chological evaluation. . . The fee schedule is set up: on ~: a sliding scale depending u~ the income and the size ~f family. Although this IS Pr~:; sently only a Cloud Coua~: facility, patients from counties will be aecePt~l as the staff has time available, ! Randall Eugene Lltzeal~rgerl Rev. and Mrs. Robert B, Litzenberger, Jr. of Sta, ouda,: burg, Pa, are the parents ofa baby boy born On Ma~ S, The baby weighed 8 lbs. 30ZS. A~I~ is named Randall Eugene: He has one brother, Robbie, and: 'one sister, Rite, and a fo~t': brother, George, to wolfe him. Grandparents. :are Mr, and Mrs. R. B. Mr. & Mrs. Otto Berg & Roger Sr. of Wilkes-Barre, of Jamestown. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gilled, Ralph Feasel of Belleville, Mr. A great grandfather is Mr, ~ and Mrs. Virgil Baylie of Wi- T. Thompson, presently, ii~ chita The grandchildren and Burr Oak : great grandchildren present .... ,1 were Mr. and Mrs. DelbertlMolher's Day Dinner Tunks and three children ell ----- Mission, Kans., Mr. and Mrs. The following enjoyed a Dale Swenson and two children ther's Day dinner at the of Coneordia and Mrs. Marge lo Roa~ Sunday: Hickman and four children of Hale, Mrs..~_M_. L. Ohivel~ Belleville. Others present were and Mrs. I~red Hale attd Mr. and Mrs. Rol Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers of Burr Oak and Mrs. Pat Hunter. Mrs. Frank Korbelik of Web- her called at tim Record office Monday to subscribe for the paper. Mr. Korbelik teaches at Hardy, Nebr. and is a part- ner in the White Rock Con- struction Co. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Broyles spent Mother's Day at the home of their daughter amt family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry David and Bruce, in Manhat. tall erie, Mr. and Mrs. Arden and children of Atw0od, and Mrs. John Hale and Alice Johnson of Clyde, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chtl~ttt illt Wichita. Guests of Mrs. Ollte for Mother's Day day were her sister, . FJdR Deeter, and her Son aad hil wife, Mr. and Mrs. IAoyd Deete er, of Topeka. Mr. Guy Vanover and their ter and son-in-law, Mr, Mrs. Don Ro~ Kans., and Mr. Reager, ) ii i:i 4,< ~ ~ ~ ;~