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A COAJOLIOATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWEI:L COUNTY MONI'r(J4 AND THE FORMOSa NEW ERA. iF IY~ u'OR JEWELL COUI~I'Y~ WE'RE FOR IT 76; No. 52. 2 Sections - 14 Pages Mankato, Kansas i i i,, Thursday, June 8, 1967 e tn The Southwestern Bell Tele- Co. sponsored a dinner noon, May 31, in the Club Eoom at the Correll at,].1 John Biles., district man- [e ' of Salina, and John 'l.h ritz, Concordia, manager, el .~ the hosts. Guests were is tuners in Mankato and ~v el i. The company regularly holds of this type and in different customers to one. The purposes are to any new advances in business and discuss of service, etc. The representatives want get an honest appraisal of company service in this John Biles announced that would go on direct around Sept. 1, 1967. conversion is being made communities served out of the Concordia district and will affect several Bell towns and others in this area operated by independent t~lephone com- panies, These meetings prove valu- able to the customers and to the company. Some service problems, which were discuss- ed at the last dinner, have been corrected. Bernie Rothschild, executive vice-president of the Mankato Packing Co. and John Troy, architect from Omaha, were present and discussed their telephone needs with Mr. Biles and Mr. Schmitz. Others present were: Wayne Grindol and Howard Elrfiff, Jewell; Charles Ramey, 'Jim Dodd, Bud Hills, Bob Fraass, L. M. Weltmer, Gayle Crist- man, and F, W. Boyd, Jr., Mankato. left to Hght: Mayor Gayle Cristman, Mankato; Mayor Howard Elnlff, Jewell; and John Schmitz, manager, Concordla. Left to right: John Troy, Omaha; Bernie Rothschild, Omaha; and John Biles, district manager, Salina. Left to right: L. El. Weltmer, Mankato; Wayne ( ndoi, Jewell. picture mapp at Telephone. Dhumr Mmy $1 day. May 28, in the Mankato National Guard Armory, 267 persons registered. Others were present, who didn't sign cards at the registration desk. The complete list of the graduates and visitors are printed below. The Graduates are listed under their class year. Herbert N. Skinner, re- presenting the 1901 class again was the oldest graduate present. Visitors: Mrs. George Montgomery, Mrs. Clarence Fearing, Frank Baird, Mrs. Russell Wiley, Mrs, Carol Ann Perry, Shawn Perry, Mrs. Harold Eider, Roy Eilers, Mrs, Nellie Freeby, Mrs. Roscoe Metz, Sherman D. Guy, Charles Coffey, Gil- bert Countryman, Mrs. Dale Crangle, Linda Crangle. Phil- At the Alumni Picnic Sun- Roscoe B. Metz, 616 Osage, Seneca, Mo.; Ruth Murphy Kier; W, H. (Bill) Freeby, R. 2, Box 2645, Auburn, Calif.; Loreen McNabb Eilers; Elmer DeHoff, 7325 Canterbury, Prairie Village, Kans. 66208; Harold Elder,418 W. 3rd. Hays, Kans.; W. C. Clement, 2727 E. 13th, Apt. 2, Denver, Colo. ip Underwood, Russell Walker J.C. LeBow, Clarence Bartsch Clarence Greenburg, O. R. Cunningham, Mrs. LeRoy Ray- nolds, Frank Dugger. Mrs. E. G. Blair, Mrs. Donald J. Mitchell, Mrs. Lloyd E. Shoe- maker, Addison Carlson, Nellie Graham, Mrs. Ray- mood McCammon, Mrs. Nor- man Pantier, Vernon Scarrow Mr. Gerald Smith, Mrs, Rus- sell Hanson, Mrs. Robert Is- aac, Mrs. Lawrence Thomp- son, Alva Teagarden, Mrs. Karen Trenton, Janet and Cheryl, Sara Peugh, Mrs, Wayne Blaylock, Mrs. A. J. Kramer, Cecil Korb, Delbert Korb, Derald Korb, Mrs, Evar Hanson, Lyndell Hanson. Grant Berry, Jean Berry, Gayle Berry, James Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Warner, Laura Bird, Connie Buster, Lo- la Buster, Mrs. R. E, Welt- mer, Patti Weltmer, John Weltmer, Carrie Weltmer, L. E. Weltmer, Mrs. Max Johnson, Mrs. Max Ortman, Terry Ortman, Diane Ortman. David Ortman, Larry Wacker, David Wacker, Linda Wacker, Martha Wack- er, Mrs. Lauren Roe. Keith Roe, Barbara Roe, Sue Weaverling, Jeff Weav- erling, DiAnn Weaverling, Mrs. Burt Warne. David Warne, Denise Warne, DeAnn Warne, Gladys Clegg, Frosty Clegg, Max R. Clegg, Mrs. W. E. Guffin, Jack Murray, Kathy, Jim-, my, Kristy, Johnny, and Key- in Murray, Mrs, Edgar Joe Warner, Arlm~e Hanson, Ly- nette Bradrick, Leslie Brad- rick, Todd Bradrick, Mrs. Leo Zadina, Renee Savoy, Mrs. Joseph Howard, Arlene Howard, Jo Anne How- ard. Larry Cady, Mrs. Frank W. Boyd, Mrs, Edna Masters. Mr. and Mrs. Iden Chilcott, Mrs. Lloyd Marihugh, Miss Le- la Lamb, Mrs. Russell Hooker, Mrs. P. J. Rafferty. Brad Judy, Mrs, Ike Soash. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mitchell, Graduates: Class of 1901: Herbert N. Skinner, Class of 1904: Myrtle Ben- nett, Class of 1906: E. M. Tyler. Class of 1907: Mary Walkez Van Meter, Harry Swope. Class of 1910: Harry Sutliff. Wint Smith. Class of 1911: Helen Staf- ford; Gertrude Helman Smith, 544 Marine, Boulder, Colo.; Ruth Late, 602 Maple Ave., Springdale. Ark. Class of 1912: Geo. A, Mont- gomery, 1144 Wayne Ave., To- peka, Kans. Class of 1913: Mrs. Jennie Class of 1918: Bernice How- ard. Class of 1919: Garnet M, (Frost) Coffey. 604 Center Goodland, Kans. ; Margaret Benham Countryman, Esbon, Kans.; Dale Crangle: Clara Gates; Lona Black Under- wood, Burr Oak, Kans.: Fran ces McCammon Walker. Class of 1920: Ruth Stafford LeBow Hester Dresslar Mc- Ginnis, 9705 W. 88 St., Over- land Park, Kans. 66212. Class of 1921: Mrs. Ruby (Axtell) Bartsch, Minneapolis, Kans.; Emmett DeHoff. Bird City, Kans. 67731; Frances Kelly Greenberg, Jewell, Kans.; Clifford Murphy. Class of 1922: Stella Cunning ham,. Webber, Kans.; Leroy W. Raynolds. 127 East llth, Emporia, Kans. Class of 1923: Mabel Hag- gart Clement, 2727 E. 13th Ave,, Denver, Colo.;Mrs. Ru~.h McCleery Dugger. Class of 1924: E. G. Blair, 1814 S, 8th, Rogers, Ark.; Don ald I. Mitchell, 8501 Tipprrary. Wichita, Kans.; Esther Axtell Queen. Class of 1925: Irma B. Free- man; Berryl Russell Mitchell. 123 E. 19th, Hutchinson, Kans. Class of 1926: Lloyd Marl- hugh, Lebanon, Kans.; Ralph W. Mitchell, 123 E. 19th, Hut- chinson, Kans. Class of 1928: Gertrude How- ard; Helen McCammon: Lloyd E, Shoemaker, 1711 Floberta, Wichita, Kans. Class of 1929: Wilma Smith Andrews. Class of 1930: Neva Wile)' Carlson, Scandia, Kans.: R. L. McCammon, Tecumseh, Kans. Class of 1931: Norman Pant ier, 5514 W. Douglas, Wichita, Kans.; Ruby Hamilton Scar- row; Russell A. Hanson, P. O. Box 84, Jamestown, Kans. Class of 1932: Marjorie Kyle Nichols, 912 N. Tenth, Man- hattan, Kans.; Robert Isaac; Helen Lorimor Russell. Class of 1934: Lawrence W. Thompson. Class of 1936: Amy Kim- brough Teagarden, I09 East 3rd, Frankfort. Kans.; Daisi- bel Loomis McIntyre. Jewell Kans.: Maxine Pcugh, 1313 Joliet, Aurora, Colo. Class of 1937: Wayne Blay- lock, A. T. Kramer. Class of 1938: Jess Johnson Washington, Kans.; Charlott~ Place Korb. Class of 1939: Evan Hanson C. E. Soash. Class of 1940: Ralph Hamil ton; Irma Johnson Washing- ton, Kans.; L. M. Weltmer. Class of 1942: Lena Hanson Berry; Earl W. Buster. R. R. 1, MePherson, Kans.; Twila I. Clegg Wiggins, 315 W. 14th St.. Richmond. Va. 23224. Class of 1943: Georgia L. Bird, 1512 Elm St.. Fort Coll- ins, Colo.: Opal Newlin Buster, R. R. 1, McPherson, Kans.; Kenneth Dodd, Esbon, Kans.; Rod Weltmer. Class of 1945: Alvin Fall, Jr.; Max Johnson, 1532 Hart- ford Rd.. Manhattan, Kans. 66502: Max Ortman: Donna Underwood Wacker. Edgar, Ortman Olson: Clarence Fear- Nebr. ling, Burr Oak, Kans. Class of 1946: Maxine Fall; Class of 1914: Miss Edna Lauren J. Roe, Superior, Nebr. Walker; Ruth Houghton, Class of 1948: Max Howard, Jamestown, Kans.[293 - 5th, Phillipsburg, Kans.; Class of 1915: O. K. Fearing,I Faith Howard. 293 - 5th, Phil- Florence Stafford Fearing. [lipsburg. Karts. ] Class of 1916: Ina Roe Lion-[ Class of 1949: Rex Weaver- [ berger, Superior. Nebr.; Mrs.[ling, Frances Hanson Weaver- [Frank Baird, 1785 Tamarac,[ling, Burt Warne. ]Denver, Colo. 89220; Ruth Hall[ Class of 1950: Wayne Han- [Spencer; J. R. Spencer; Miss[son. Downs. Kans. [Lucy Wiley; Russell Wiley,[ Class of 1951: JoAnn Crouch [11439 Bryant Road, El Monte,[Badger; Jack Bradrick: ]~n- [Calif. 91732. ]nie Gulf in Erickson, R. R. 3, [ Class of 1917: Dean Smlth;[Box 123 "E, Augusta, Kans. [Ruth Raynolds, 905 Fourth,[67010; Betty Hancock Murray; [Clay Center, Kans.: Linnle[ Edgar Joe Warner, P. O. Box [Dresslar Quy, New Hampton,|103, Madras, Ore. r Mo.; Katharine M. Nelson, C, las of 1952: Charlotte Llch- i~ ~i~ Left to fight: Rev. Paul Life, Dr. C. R. Findle_y, Dr. A large crowd was on hand presented by both the Junior " at 8:30 a.m., June 4, at }ear- and Senior Choirs. Dr. C. R. many Methodist Church, for Findley, Newton District Sup- the service of merger between erintendent of the Methodist the Mankato Evangelical Unit- Church, and Rev. Paul Life. ed Brethren Church and Har- many Methodist Church. The new congregation will be known as The Harmony United Methodist Church. The Act of Union was read by Rev. Dean E. Rose with the congregation responding. Special music was ty Hanson, Downs, Kans. Class of 1953: Jeanie Grah- am Blair. Class of 1954: Joyce McEl- roy Bradrick. Class of 1955: Leo Zadina. Class of 1959: Van Scarrow, Stockton, Kans. ; Marjorie Thronson Savoy, 716F2 Cedar, Concordia, Kans. Class of 1962: Joseph E. Howard. Class of 1965: Donna Korh. Class of 1967: Delvin ttanson. ~Lawrence -- Students from 3ewell County are candidates for graduation from the Uni- versity of Kansas in the 95th annual Commencement exer- cises Monday;-June 5, in Mem- orial Stadium. The Commencement pro- gram records the granting of 966 degrees and certificates since the 1966 exercises and the candidacies of 2.498 oth- ers. a potential of 3,464. This will be the first time for the 12-month class at K. U. to exceed the 3,000-mark. The University holds but one Com- mencement a year, in June. The candidates are: Bachelor of Science in Hu- man Development and Family Life, Terry Ann Kadel, Ran- dall. Bachelor of Science, Eugene Ward Wester. 224V2 N. High. Mankato, electrical engineer- Ing. Bachelor of Arts, Ann Shir- ~y, Rt. 4. Mankato. English. E.U,B. minister, also partici- pated in the service. Members of the new congre- gation assembled in Fellow- ship Hall at noon for a covered dish dinner to enable each one to visit and get acquahRed. Mankato Women Compete In Sallna Journal Tournament Several M3nkato teams and individuals competed m the 3rd annual Salina Jotlrl/;-l[ Wo man's Bowling, Tournanlent recently. Ttmre were 103 teams enter ed, 175 doubles. 350 singles. and 281 all events, Mankato Greenhouse plated 6th in the team event. In singles. Faflh Stroup placed 7th; Barbara Junker. 10th; Marie Morris. 28th; and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kissin- ger attended Commencement at Kansas State University at Manhattan Sunday. They ate dinner with their son, Don, and Col, and Mrs. W. L. Baldwin of Omaha and their daughter, Carol, Both Carol and Don, who will be married July 8th, received their degrees. Don left Monday for Kansas City where he attended Clayton Peterson's wedding Tuesday. Wednesday Don, accompanied by Lonnie Dillon of Burr Oak, left for Montgomery, Alabama where they will be in officers training for three weeks. At the conclusion of this period, Don and Lonnie will receive their second lieutenant's com- missions in the Air Force. Don will report for active duty late in the summer. n I 0~ Ray Cook, and Rev. Dean Rose. | Left to right (front row): Mrs. Paul Life, Mrs. O, Ray Cook., and Mrs. Dean Rose. Back Row (left to right): Rev. Paul Life, Dr. 'O. Ray Cook, Dr. C. R. Findley, and Rev. Dean lION. , jj Summer School USD 278 USD 278 will operate summer school again this year for six weeks. Attendance will be for students who will be in grades 1-8 next fall. School will start June 12 and end July 25. July 3rd and 4th will be holidays. Classes will take up each morning at 8:45 and will end with swimming from 11:00 to 11:45. If the water tempera- ture is too low, swimming will not be held. Bus service will be provided from each school center. The bus will leave the Lovewell School at 7:55, For- moso at 8:15 and will leave Montrose by 8:30. The bus will leave Mankato at 12:00 for the return route. The subjects to be taught this year include Reading, Mathematics, English, and Swimming. Mrs. Jones will of- Republican Women Meet The Jeweil County Federa lion of RepuMican Women will meet Tuesday, June 13th, al 9 A. M. at Jew eil in, the Christ- ian Church basement, The Je. well ladies are hostesses. Cal. via James, County Chairman will be gue~,t speaker. Special guests i',witcd include: Repre. sentatives Rex Borgen and Ar- den Dierdorff, First District N(,rtheast Area Chairman, Mrs. June Wmdscheffel. Coun, ty Commissioners Neal Harrl~ and Victor Tullar, Count, y Offi, cials Alvin Fall, .lock Murray, Robert Maya,', Bryan Rogers Emma Kibhe, Faye Andcrsor and Carol l~oss. Both men anc women are invited to attend Tilt' t)fficer~, of the Jewcll Court ty l"edcration ~rc Bernice Ha ward. Iris Cosand, Ida Arl. smith ~,nd Joan l)iamond, MI~ fer piano lessons and Mrs. Irma Nixon is president of the Gay Anderson will teach .~me Jewcll Club. Mrs. Barbara lessons in the lower grades. Crumri,]c is committeewoman fur Buffa)o To~ ~siaip and Mrs, Local Youth Attend Boys State At Lawrence Eddie Wilson. Steve Rose. and Mike Rourke are attending Boys State at Lawrence this week, Mike, who graduated from high school this spring, attended Boys State a year ago and was selected as a counsellor for this year. Eddie and Steve. who just finished their junior year in high school. are Mankato High School re- presentatives at this year's meeting. The American Legion annually sponsors Boys State. In Mankato. the Lions Club and the Chamber of Com- merce paid the entrance fees i~r the Mankato representa- tives. NOTICE Anyone having artificial 'flowers or flower containers in the Mankato Cemetery which you want to keep, please pick them up on or before June A large crowd of swimmers, Mrs Lib will h ! ....."llth. thor . y e p wtm me --Mankato Cemetery . I wo k at the pool on weekends. Association. , oughly enjoyed swimming r at the Mankato Pool Sun.say. [Sondra Reed and Cind~ Hal- ' Weather, was in the mxddle I stead are- the rf] e guards.- 80 s and the water was very ]Patti Weltmer and Maw H~' Mr. and Mrs. Erne:~t 'va,mus ., ~,- of Belleville and their grand. comfortable. _ . , ]stead are the basket girls son, Kevin Vanous. of Dallas. max utoy, WhO IS snownI ' Texas spent Sunday afternoon above,, is the manager of the[ Registration for Red Cross in Mankato at the home of pool mis summer. TOO, Max [lessons will be held at the her parents. Mr: and Mrs. J. ~. qualified ~ suparvisethe ]Mankato Swimming Pool at A. Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Ken uross ~w~mmxng ~ro- . ......... [9.00 a.m. Saturday, June 10th. J. E. Moon, Jr. and family .gram.. Mr: ~,my:.a. nlgn scno?l ]Mrs. Glen Stephens, secretary and his mother, Mrs. Ollie v~acner, m a m.gnly.capame [Cross Chapter, will help Max Moon, of Burr Oak were also young man t/e has me poor i I r .... . . L by, poo manage, and his guests at the Carpenter home, In exoeuertt shape ano super- ] ~mnlovees with ~ re~istra- Homemade ice cream was en. vision .of the swimmers will he [ t iOn'-. ............ Joyed by all. efnchmt. [ ' Annabelle Cross is committee- v'omtlll .... ?r,r C; v n ']'UWl'lqhil.~ _ ..... "]P Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ram- ey attended his high school alumni reunion at Protection, Kansas last weekend and vls, Red with old friends. Bill Ramey, a pharmacy stu- dent at the University of Kan. sas. is spending the summer at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles Ramey and is employed at the R-K Shopper. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richard- son and children. Mike and Betty Ann, of Texarkana, Ark. arrived Saturday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Richardson's aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Roberts. Mrs. Richardson is the fomner Elizabeth Young. blood, who has visited in Man- kato many times. -4 Girl Scouts Are Holding Dey Camp In Menkate The Girl Scouts of Leban~ and Mankato are holding Day Camp in the City Park at Man. kate from 9:00 a.m. to ~:00'~ p.m. Monday through ~'kt~ this week. Approximately 70 girl~ will attend these d~fly sessions. Mrs. ~~tpps O! Moundvflle, Mo. is here visit, hag her father, R. M. Cramer, and her' sister, Ava Cramer, Mr. Cramer was able to come home last week from the hoe. Ital at Concordia where he had been for treatment.