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i/ * JEWELL COUNTY RECORD lngton. He is married and has Thursday, June 8, 1967 tWO children. Page 8- Sect[oh "I Struble, 36, is a nat/vel ' Fort Scott, and recently re FISH AND GAME NEWS tired from the Air Force as Polluted Water Rails an air police supervisor at Down Neosho River McConnell AFB, Wichita He l Neosho Rapids -- Pollutedis married and has four child- water caused by feedlot drain- ren. age again flowed down theHendricks, 31, is a former ' pictttresque Cottonwood - Nee- chief of police at Kingman, she river system near here and for the last 17 months has this week turning a large sac- been employed by the Kansas tion of the scenic watercourse Power and Light Company. He~ into a blighted, foul-smelling is married and has one child, eyt~ore Warders said the new pro- The Kansas Forestry, Fishteeters will not be assigned and Game Commission us-specific areas until complet-; timates that approximately lag the training school about 425,000 fish, minnows included, July 1. were killed by slugs of wastes Boating Fatality Rate which washed into the stream Continues To Increa~ [ west of Emporia 1ollowing Pratt -- The Kansas Forest- rain on the watershed earlier ry, Fish and Game Commis- th!s month. 'sign today urged all boaters to Since the rairi was not make every attempt to curb l heavy enough to cause a raise the spiraling boating accident in the river, movement of the fatality rate on Kansas' wet- pollution has been slow and ers. devastating," Roy Schoonover, "There are more people and Pratt, chief of the fisheries boats on our waters and on division, said. "It's too earlyI roads enroute to recreational to determine if additional dam- [ areas than ever before," Fred age will result as the wastes[ Warders, assistant director, wash On downstream," he add-]said. More than 80,000 boats ed. are estimated owned by Kan- The fish-kill was especially sis captains. These craft, corn- costly to Kansas anglers as[bined with numerous out-of- many of the dead fish were state boats, spell congestion for heavy with eggs The kill oc-I Sunflower lakes during the up- cuffed just prior to the spawn- coming holidays and summer ing season for channel catfish.]months. Water pollution caused by In 1966 an increase in boat- animal~'wastes in runoff from ing accident fatalities was not- livestock feedlots is a serious led while the number of re- problem which has taken aI ported compared to 10 in 1986. heavy toll of fishlife in some t Reported accidents, those in- Kansas streams, Schoonoverl volving injury to persons stated labard or having property "Fortunately, however, thereldamage in excess of $100, is a brighter side to this[ dropped from 23 in 1965 to 21 gloomy picture," he saidllast year. "This note of optimism resultsI "The largest single cause of , from the commendable efforts lace]dents in Kansas last year , ,. of the State Department of/was collision with another yes- ' Health during the past several[sel," Warders said. Other ma- ~ years in conducting a program] [or factors were capsizing due for investigating effects elite overloading and capsizing wastes and designing and test-Idue to overpowering. ing effective control facilities,"[ The State Boating Act re- Schoonover stated. "Action ofl quires certain safety equip- the 1967 Legislature provides ment to be on board at all necessary authority to put times when the vessel is in these findings to use ,in con- operation All safety provisions t~lling feedlot runoff.' of the act should always be ' It takes time to make new observed. legislation operative; however. Boaters are cautioned to the Health Department is pro- make sure their registration is cued[rig as rapidly as possible, current and correct. Vessels ~i " Contacts with some livestock powered by machinery of ten ' feeding' enterprises along the horsepower or more are re- Cottonwood river have already quired to r~gister with the lli been made to provide cooper- boating division of the For- , at[on and assistance in deter- estry, Fish and Game Corn- mining the best approaches for mission, The Commission is to q! alleviating this form of stream be notified due to change of pollution." ownership or change of ad- Pour Protectors Hired; dress. Others To New Posts Warders advised all boaters i Pratt --- Employment of four to check state and local rules '~ new state game protectors and and regulations before putting transfer of four others was an- a boat on water, nounced today by the Kansas The United States Coast i , Forestry, Fish and Game Co~- Guard says,"The water, as the mission, air, is not in itself inherently Fred Warders, Pratt chief (or necessarily) dangerous; of the law enforcement diet- but it is unremittingly unfor. lflon, said. an extensive, five- giving of carelessness or rots- week training school will be use" held for' the new men, includ- Safety, coupled with good ing both classroom and field sense, will aid in-reducing work. boating accidents and fatal[- The new protectors include ties in Kansas. "Safety afloat A] Holbrook, Haven; Dean is your business." Deutsch, Hoisington; Don ~ .... Struble, Wichita; and Frank Mahhattan -- Participation Hendricks, Kingman. in a ten-day international Reassigned to new posts, ef- youth seminar conference on fecttve July 15, are: J. C Mor- problems ranging from Viet- gun, Valley Center, presently nam to Berkeley will highlight serving Harvey an(dth, northe a summer seminar in l~urope half of Sedgwick counties, to for eleven Kansas State Uni- a district comprised of Russell varsity ts_studen s and Lincoln counties. He will The-seminarparticipants are live in Lincoln and fills a ca- members of the ' ' h Dance Chmr clmc created by the deat s nsor W Y po ed by esley Founda- l~st month of Leon Hopkins. tion atK-State and will ~ Mor an, 36 has been employ n t ~ i g , " spa d en weeks this summer ed by the Commission. for in an "experiment in commun- mree ears, ann nas neen Y teat[on' traveling 6,000 miles ame rotector in Harvey and t g p hrough Europe and Scandi- Sedgwick counties for two navia. The trip begins June Fears. He is married and has 18 and ends August 25, four children. "Dissent as a Voice of Hope" Dudie Foster 27 Wmhita, ti Y , , " is the tie of the international resentlyservingthe south P conference at Agape. Italy. half of Sedgwick County; Directors of the conference moves to a new district corn- . ......... .... .... w,I ve rro essor ~pinl sad of Ottawa ana loua pri of the University of Florence countles He has served in ......... - ann a, J~ J~lOCn el tJernlan~ ick County since Sept ~: ~ "We probably will be called I, 19M is married and has , upon to present the American i~ thrse children, h perspective of the problems Geor e Anderson, Ellswort g , outlined for discussion at the resently servingEllsworth cnnferenm~ " R=id T'b~nniq and Rice counties will move . .,t..~o T .... s ....,,,--,. ' -- -- Hu~l&~o. Jl.*,yv~Jo. 4"t||J~|ls LuVI~o ........ " included will be poverty, black ~ to Valley Center ana De as L~ ~d P slg~d m ~eagwlca ana narv- nationalism, unemployment ey Counties Anderson 27, el- ---~-... ~ ~ . , and Latm America. ~,~,,~. so Joined the Commission last . ........ . Itinerary for the semmar- pmmDer m marrleo ano - . :... experiment, for which planning flas two cnu en / was begun two years ago, has Kermeth Keely of Eureka been arranged by Dr. Warren transfers from Greenwood Co. Rempel K State Wesley Foun- to a new district comprised of ' " # _ ..... dation director. He sponsored ~rokea County. He WUl rive a summer student bicycle trip ~t Columbus. Keely, 31. joined in Europe in 1960 and a study .... th Commission in March 1968 , ' seminar in Japan the, summer is married and has two child- of 1964. He conducts seminars ten, to the United Nation~ and Mex- Holbrook, 42, is a retired ice City alternate years dur- U S Army major, having ser- ina snrin~ break red 20 years in the Army and "The most all-inclusive way Marines. For the last two to describe our involvement ears, he has been employed Y would he to call it an expert- as a ranger with the Kansas ment in communication -- Park Authority at Chancy Re m u " co m nicl tion at all levels Servoir State Park He is mar " with many different types of , tied. persons," Rempel said. 'r " Deutsch, 35, has been em- The choir already is corn, " ployed by the Commission as mitred to present more than a laborer at the Choyerme Bet- 20 programs and dance work- toms Wattrfowl Refuge near Shol beginning w th four per- Orut Bend for tlw lag two. formancse in London., years, and pr iously was. e.n, "In the dance choir we in- aqd in farming neat' nan'attve -- el'ten tak- en from scripture -- in the Mrs. Floyd Olena Killed / medium of modern dance,"[ Webber High Alumni Meet said Mrs. Melvin Dale, 2618[.. ..~ .' .' .l[About 48 Old Grads Back for Kimball, director of the group. I Mrs Floyd Olena 47 of Burr uaz was killea ~aturaay, ,June] Annual Get To-ether Ma'" In addition to the narrative, I 3 on the cou.ty road three - v we use lighting and drum, gut- .. "" "h . [ The Webber Alumni Associa. tar and vocal accompaniment[ roues east, 7 roues nort, ano ~ a half mile west of Mankato. [i~n h:l~dmit:jea~lYthmee~21~inr! to increase the aesthetic ef-[ Paul Dahl found Mrs Olena ". M ,' . Methodist Church Sunday, ay fact ' Mrs. Dale was amem- I and called the sheriff s off!co ............. her of the group when it was] .... I ~, Ivy7, oegmnmg wltn a pot begun at K-State in 1960] arounaz~u p.m. h - d ~est I luck supper at 7:30 p m Ap-[ Most of the programs theI mrs umna was eaoe ' "" ' ..... st no-hI proximately 70 attended. on me :~teunen roao ~U rt choir is taking to Europe in- of John Fergu.sonI, ~hhsei~:e~] Theppr:s~de~n~t MY:~u:fn~s~ elude narration and Jurgen[ m Freund, K-State modern lan-[ c~'r upset on me u mee in ...... "~"" ~'" guage instructor, has aidedI t.herad'.Shewasthrwnfrmlelynts,gintTh.~read*the"minu~es with translation. ] me vemcm. _ . ... l of last year's meeting and alsc read greetings from format 'We have budgeted $3 perI trooper tmynaro ~nearer and Sheriff Charles Murray ar-[ graduates who were unable tc person per day for food andI ' --I " "h ne of th acci lodging and will be staying in[ rlveu at.t e see ximatele th;l attend. Special recognition was aunt at appro y youth hotels and private homes[ same time The Kramet Fun gwen to the Classes of 1907 during most of the trip," saidI . . ' . . . ' -[ 1917 1927 and 1937 Mrs Doro- eral home amoumnce nrought , ',,, , ;.:. '. .,, Leslie Allison. Florence. [her body to Mankato. The Kra-I ~Yah:~anL::%r~VXc~: l~luc~l~e As mementos for their hosts.[ mer Funeral Home is in charge ' . " " the choir members will give[ .., ......... ,~ t came the greatest d~stance to away sample bags of wheati U'Fur~er":~s";r'v]ces for this fineI a:~;snd:he~iSt:~a~oSr t~eetingmOf; provided by the Kansas Wheatt lady will be held Tuesday ..... ~_ n. iden .... a n Commission, ) ...... at theI yw. ,.c: r~es t w y June o at z:vv p,m .... ' . . Ttpton" Vine-President Thel- The group will leave Man- Chrmtmn Church m Burr Oak.[ ~. ' ~. .. . ' - hattan June 8 and caravan by] .... ma t~usey Roe' ~ecretary r~u. Burml will be m the Supermr ..... - '. --' car to New York City. They[ ,.T~. ..... ,~., ' race wuson Taylor; anu Treas- will be sleeping in roadsideI ,,~u, ......... ~, urer, Marie Graham Crispin. parks, church basements andI --- I The following former gradu- barns on their way to theI Ella Olena. Obituary ares signed the register: 1904: coast. / -- . . [Gladys Browning Herrmann; Ella O Ross was ~orn m "In Washington we have[ " [1908: Zatha Davidson Wilson: Jewell County on August 17 scheduled conferences with the[ , [ 1909: Violet Reed Graham, Ala Kansas senators and congress-[ 1919 to Gustav and Atta Ross. I Mason Plunkett and Carrie men to discuss some of theI She was the fourth child of a[ Humiston Thomas' 1911" El- family of e~ght chddren topics which are scheduled for[ " ' ' ^ [ eanor Kirkpatrick Crispin, An- the conference at Agape," saidI She passed away June 3.1 na Humiston Graham, Minnie 1967 Her home was m Burr n Carolyn Chase, Bethel. An or-1 ' ' I Fair Davidson a d Win[fred ientation in New York also is[ Oak, Kansas. I Van Gilder Crispin: 1912: Lor- Ella hved the majomtyof scheduled. I ' ' " [enzo Davidson; 1914: Marie i G.a .......... v .... Countries included in thel her life in and around the ,.~t,o~ f'~;~-in" 1916' G L dance choir itinerary are Eng-I communities of Webber Kan-I o~,~,,,~. ~c~. ~ .... Hum- sas Super|or and Red 'Cloud ..................... land, France, the Netherlands.I ' ' , '1 iston: 1924: Edwin Ross; 1926: West Germany. Monaco, Italy,[ Nebraska. .. / Dorothy Graham Sloan, Mil* On August 10 1938 sne was Austria, Switzerland. Denmark[ . . * [ dred Shaffer Blackstone; 1927: united in marriage to William and Sweden. I .... [Roy Headley, 1928.Wendell rtayes To thtsunmn c~o h Members of the choir are[ "" '[ lntermill, Genevieve Gra am daughters were born Mrs Leslie Allison. Florence: Lin-I , "'1 Roe Lucile Graham, Thelma . . I Busey Roe, Mary da Allison, Chapman: J. Mich-] Darrel (Donna} McCartney of ' Vader Sor Hastings Nebraska ano mrs eel Carter, Trenton, Me.; Ron[ ' , , 'l fells and Bern[ace Humiston Marvin (Carla) Parsons of ~ .... Chase, Colby; Carolyn Chase,[ [ K]ss,,,~,: , [ 929: Ag e~ ,* , Bethel; Ruth Ann Dannenberg,l Bartlesville Oklahoma 1 n o ~'ulton Oldham Her marrmge to Floyd Olena Hiawatha; Peg EriEkson,I ' " l 193u: Erma Shaffer Shill and Scandia; Ron Fraass, Manka-] was solemnized on October 23,I Frederick Thomas" 1931" Eve- to; Dennis Hughes, Lyons:[ 1966 The children in this fam I ,.. u~ .... ~. ;,,~,~ ~,,r;~ lly are Mrs Bob (Elma Dee) '~ ........................... Judith Hughes'. Wichita; Helen] ' [ Warne Daniels. and Russell Langley. Topeka; and Fay Ell-] Garner and Miss Linoma. both[ Thomas' 1932' Frank Herr- en Wylder, Albuquerque. N.M./ of Salina, Kansas, and Luanne,[ mann" '193'3"' ' Carrie Wyatt Harold and Cheryl of the r Inter Miss Wylder, a high school[ , ] Rothciaild and My on home whom whe loved and senior, is the only choir mere-I , [ mill: 1934: Wilton Thomas: ber who is not a K-State stu-[ cared for as her own. I 1935: Katherine Montgomery She was preceded m death dent at present or a recentI ' , [Preston, Marvin Webber and by her father She ~s survived graduate of the university. [ '. ' I Blanche Thomas; 1936:' Nyla Dr. Rempel, his wife, Patt,I by'her husband, Floyd, 7 chil- Crispin Webber and Wayne_ dren 4 grandchildren her me and their children, Scott, 13.[ , ' , ] Tipton; 1937: Norma Russell ther of Supermr 4 brothe~s Susie, 11, and Peter, 9, willI ' , v,[ Thomas and Wilma Crispin [ Rathbun: 1939. Joy Crt pm travel with the group. I and 3 rosters Her brothers arc 's ' Carl of Burr Oak Dormld of For the past two years, theI ; I and Rex Graham; 1940: Betty choir has toured Kansas andI Van Nuys, California; Ray-[ Crispin Hansen and Duane made several appearances in] mend of Golden, Colorado: and[ Snvder: 1~4|: Dwayne Crispin. the Kansas City area on week-I George of Pueblo, Colorado. I ' ~.t~ ~'i~ .~, ~ r ..... ends aod during vacations I Her sisters are Mrs, Herald[ teacher of Wcbber High School, They have visited numerous/ (Vera) Thompson, Mankat:l was orcsent and gave ~ fe~ colleges and universities in-[ Mrs, Vernon (Wilma) TerrillI highii'ghts of the years he cluding Drake University, DesI of Cucamonga, California; andI tauEht Metrics, Iowa; SouthwesternI Mrs. Donald (Lethe) Essinge ] Carrie Humiston Thomas, a College, Winfield; St. Mary[ of Pecateilo, Idaho. Many ne t909 graduate, has four chil- Seminary, St. Marys; Avilal phews, nieces and friends[ dren, all ~raduates Of Webber mourn her ass[rig College. Kansas City, Me.; Mc-[ P [ lhgh. All were present for tl~e Pherson College, McPherson;[ - - , [ get together. and Marymount College, Sa-[Spray Pastures To [ ....... lin~on Fraass is the son of] Increase Carrying Capacity I Mr. and Mrs. Alton D, Kale weeas m pastures utilize lweekend with his brothers. Mr, and Mrs, Bob Fraass, I ..... ----'" I and Elaine spent the Memorial Jewell ~lsrs Make[ moisture and light at the ex- [ Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kale and pense of palatable forage[ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kale of ~ood Showing ot Coxed, Nebr.I grasses. Certain weeds may[ Hiawatha, Kans., and her sis- Coack Jim Krob took several[ he eaten by livestock but usual- [ ter. Mr. and Mrs Howard L. of his track stars to Cozad.[ ly weeds are undesirable. [ Hurter of Bern, Kans. Nebr. Memorial Day to part[:I Many rank low in palatabilityI cipate in the Junior Division[ and usually ar ignored bY[CARD OF THANKS (high school age) of a large[ livestock. Some weeds causeI __ meet. which attracted competi-t off-flavor in dairy products./ I wish to thank my friends tore from several states. [ Other weeds $re poisonous or[ and relatives for the cards, Jewell won the state ttth~[ injurious to livestock. [ letters, visits and flowers while in Class "BB" at the recentI Weedy pastures produce con-/ I was hospitalized. A special state track meet at Salina. InI siderably less than their poten-/thanks to Mr and Mrs, V. A. the Cozad meet, many stars,] tial in palatable forage. Such[ Hills and Jim. who had won events in state] pastures can he made more[ --Lynn Volker. track meets in Nebr., Iowa] productive by chemical weed] and Kansas compote@. I control. Weeds have been[ ...... ook shown to use from 4 to 11[ Mr. aim v rs. t oncrc t, Terpenlng of Morrowville,[ times more water to mature[ and family ot Randolph A.F.B. who won the 220 in the stateI than do range grasses. When[ Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Paul meet, Joined the Jewell team] and ran with them in the 880[ competition from weeds is~ Dietz of Salem, Oregon were relay, t eUminated forage grasses take l ~allers the past week at the The following boys on the[ advantage of soil moisture andI Oarus Henmngsen home. Jewell City team placed: } make rapid growth. / .... Terpening: 1st in 100 and/ Many acres of Kansas' 21[ Mr. and Mrs. Cltnt Poplin 4th in 220. [million acres of native grass- / have moved from Satanta to Mike Nulty: 3rd in 220 and[ lands have been over-grazod[Mankato. Clint will teach mu- 4th in low hurdles. I and many species of annual J sic in the Mankato schools dur- Alan Birdselh 1st in broad] and perennial weeds have in- ing the coming year. They are Jump, 21'5". [ vaded the abused acres rend-[renting the Bill Zade property 880 relay: Terpening, Mike] ing many pastures unproduc-lin southeast Mankato. Nulty, Alan Birdsell, and Steve/ tire and seriously reducing The night before they moved. Bartsch, 3rd. Another Jewell[ carrying capacity in others. [Clint had an" unfortunate ace[- team (Roger Opilnger, Lonnie[ This situation is especially ser- [ dent. He dropped a trailer Clawson, Jim Varney, and ious in small farmstead Pas' httch on his foot and fractured Doug MeN[chela) competed in[ tures. [ three bones. Although he is on this race. [ Use of 2,4.D in a well plan-[crutches, he is getting along Mile relay: Lormte Clawson,{ ned spraying program will re-[fine and is looking forward to Steve Bartsch, Jim Varney,/ duce weed population and el-it he coming year with enthu- and Doug McNichols, 4th. ]low desirable grasses to re-]siesta. We welcome Mr. and Doug MeN[chela was a Burr~ establish. Rates of one pound, ~ Mrs. Poppe to Mankato. O~k ~Iigh School star track-] acid equivalent, per acre is[ recommended and time d~ Ed f~-l-han of Lebanon Ore man. ' w h ....a a - The boys, competed under[ spraying should coincide it the name of Jewell City. InI growth conditions of principal [go: ~prP:da;tft? ?~d ~ weeds to be eradicated. Not/ o,,n ,,,;r .... visitin at a meet of this type, they can ............. d .................. not compete as representatives[ an weens wilt De eramca~ l th- h"m- of his brother and with one spray application, l =. ~. = ...... of any high school [ - It r count weed ~ wi!e, Mr. arm Mrs. Clark t;m- t;onsu you Y n A number of Jewell City[ isor Don Modlin for~ ahan, at Burr Oak. Mr a d backers attended the meet.I superv L .. -t'o--r ~ Mrs J. E. Fisher accompanied These included: Mr. and Mrs.~ recommonaauo.ns reedsPmo~t[ the Ed Calahans to Kansas, Jim Clawson and danghter, spraylng ume for ......... -- -" infested-as /Tney are vlsiung at ~allna. prevalent !n your p Pat Ntllty, and Georlge Bartlmh.]. "[ Mr. Fisher is a brother-in-law CARD OF THANKS ]tmeit mustareas"De rememnereu ...... mat[ of Ed. 43 years ago Ed Cala- We wish to express our sin-[natty ........ ca~ue must ne w~thheld t [ ..... han. who was born in Jewell cere thanks and appreciation [ ~,~,,, ,,~o*~,~ -'ms for 7 days J ~ounty, moveo to uregon. ~. ..... : .....'.'". .... 4.~ ] Now, he is retired after a long to the Formoso Fire Depart-[following apptlcatton m ~, u., ............ taunt, the Courtland Rural Fire ~ Don Modlin / career wnn me ~tanaaru ~u Departmefit, and to all our/ -- ' co Weed Supervisor. " -- friends, relatives, and neigh-J - J Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stevenson bors, for their help at the time ] Mrs. Lena Monheck's son, [ of Wlxom, Mich., who have of our fire. and all wonderful]orville Gaston. drove up from | been visiting relaUves in Su. deeds since. Words can not ] Ddoto, Kansa early Friday / I)eador Jewell County, were expre, our gratitude. [morning to take Ms mother{supime .gt ts of,hie brother, --Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Watson I summer with his family. .I W kt lalr evemng. and Richard. / "[ home with him .spe l the ]Mr. an. M.. De|heft.. even. Washington, D. C. -- Con- Mrs. Wayne Dempsey is a Callers from out gre~man Bob Dole from the new employee at Boogaarts. last week in the C. ] Flrat District of Kansas was Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey are home were Mrs. L. F. ! hunorod last night at a gala spending this summer at the son of Salina, Mr. reception in the Nation s Cap- home of his parents, Mr. and Merle Launchbaugh ital. Congressman Dole was Mrs. Laverne Dempsey where villa and Miss Ruth presented the Distinguished Wayne is helping with the farm of Clay Center. Paul Service Award by the Board work. They are students at also took his coffee b~ of Trustees of the non-partisan Fort Hays State and have their these out of town fd Americans for Constitutional own trailer house, the Myerlys. " Action. ACA's Distinguished Service WAni~.IIf~ii~l~_ a~TAn/~ Award is bestowed every two .................... years upon those legiMators -- , . whose voting records in the _sbon Congress of the United States support legislation which serve^ . -r~.,.,o~ ~ Esb'-n K="'='a to strengthen and defend the t.~ounty.....-.u~,~'~--- .... ~_~_..a__~-,~.--~-~m., spirit and principles of the Constitutionof the United Effect/re States. Date March 22 r 7 In presenting the award to ----- Congressman .Dole, Admiral ~k Schedule B: For grain received ]or handling and/of Ben Morea. ll,_Chmrman of theunder CCC support program and handled under U. ~oaru O! TruStees, s[atea: ........... rates. (In cents per bushel.) :'Oll [~n:alt Ol our Trustees t The U G. S. A. rates are set forth below for your in~ I/ave tae pleasure o! congratu- " l~n,~ ~. thlg pvpnin~ and Kind el ncccivtng Charge Looding Out $~ .... e ~---;'-~', 7-- =' . ~uk ~ lorBarge Charge P~r~l SIGNERS OF WAREHOUSE '4 4 (// 0 ~nally tnanKlng n e i1,1 your outstanding record in the ~f~cat 5-.Of]----~--~-~ Gongress and devotion to those ~~~:,= '== ':== :~ fundamental principles of good ~rmn ~orgnums ....O.vU 1.#0 .tO .?~o government which serve to ~00 /175 ,75 .030! promote individual rights and nyc........,..... 5.001.75 .75 .036 responsibilities; a sound doll- Barlcy ...........4.2_,5_1.75 .75 .036~ ar; a growing economy; and a Corn ........ 425 1,_75 .75 .03" " "~ "~ "~0.~ desire for victory over com- Oats .............. 2.751.75 .7S .0~i[.~ munist aggression." I Storage charges ]or Erst crop year, i Tne acceptance of this " " 2 Storage charges [or ensuing crop yeats, it award does not imply that you are in complete agreement SIGNATURES OF AUTHOKIZED with all of the principles es- :1 poused by ACA nor does it Imply any commitment for you I~C~][~ to supportthem in the future." .] emphasized Admiral Moreell. ~'~ . ~ /'~ ,~,~ ] t: rnPou tion to t e C "" ~ ..... ~ ~, ! United ~tates. ' - " ' // ] Congressman Dole is now tY / serving his fourth term as a ...... | Member of the United States I hereby certify that the above information '] Congress and serves on the and si'--atur s r " ] ........ M- a e correct. ~t important Agracuiture ann . :| Government Operations Com- .J mittees. S ESBQN G_-IN COMPANY I .--%----- Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buck . ?)A~ ~_)~"~d_.,.,~,~,'d ~y and daughter, Mary, of Gunni- ~Y -"- ~"-~-~"~----"~1~ son, Colo. spent the Memo ial Presid nt Day holidays visiting relatives Titl Fresxo-n ; . and friends at Greenwood, ~ Nab. and Mankato. ~E~ Da'c,L Ma~c.][L.-~19--~~7 mm 1967 CATALINA 2-DOOR SEDAN ~i e prices we're OTTE! 't lose ow, you can IN STOCK " Ir ~;~ Winifre~ ' and El HAVE 0'~ o~ l~ USED CARS WE ,~ We atte Class r, 1967 - OLDS 4-Dr. Dame with Power and Air Progra~ 1967 - PONTIAC 4-Dr. Demo wi h Power graduat ~as Sta and Air t " ended 1964 - PONTIAC 4-Dr. wRh Power ~mce ~'. g . . . edmy( 1964 OLDS 4-Dr. with Power and Air One of his dipl 1962 - FORD 4-Dr. gree in saw MI 1960 - PONTIAC 4-Dr. with Power eott of 1964 - CHEV. Pickup rs. J~ 1den g 1963 - GMC Pickup Jake ir Mat Be 1966 - GMC Pickup Call, at 1959 - CHEV. 1 Ton Presi~ at the 1956 - { HEV. Pickup reviewe 1949- HEV. 1 Ton with Box and Hoist, i hvm , and New Motor Univer~ Past ye the E , aw ps i M i