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':% A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. I I i ill I ii I II I I III ~ - Vol. 76; No. 3 TWELVE PAGES - 2 SECTIONS MANKATO, KANSAS Thursday, June 30, 1966 IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNTY, WE'RE ~ 1~, M ~ ~L I Magkato ) ;: ,73 INCH OF RAIN * 0 I0 " "] V,str,ct 2]'8 ~r~ ,~ ~qudll~mlJ~il~ Jl~II rl Jll~jlljl~i~rJ~ * Mankat-T~reeeived .73 *l Ilal II I. ~; I I,~;1/ ICook,es UUII I~;%,~. II~;, ::' of an inch of rain, dur- i~i I ectiecl IW I*ingthepastweek'ac-':I tJills All Territory h I " *cording toClyde Reed, * b::si :',: . : : I .... -=-._ lll Ill ilrRnTI, measured Monday, June" State Superintendent I (c)Other and additional /luanKato ooKms o J J 4' F V 116I I Ill I * 27 and the gauge show- * I of Public Instruction , easons for denial of said Harvest is in progress and 15 to 20 bushels per acre and lBurr uak ILOOKles ~ -- " _ -i* ed .11 Tuesday, June ::.:1 Denies Request to I petition are as follows: the 1966 wheat crop is a the farmers hop.e, to finish/ The Man-~--Cookies de- ~i I "I I I:: 28;1-h^ '-i-h *^m--erature ~iI Fr.an.sferT.err!toryfrom I School facilities in Unlfh~l pleasant surpirse. In spite of wheat_laarvcst tll!s weeK., i feared Burr Oak 6 to 3 at IiJl~ll I J ~IT:~ I i: for t~Jt~eek~ w~s 100 * I wnmea uistnct Z i~ i District no. 278 can ode: ury weatner, freeze,and At Burr uak the wneatt ..... ~ ....... ii II I I ill~ I"" e " I i-uatel- meet the neeJ. ^~ '. ,, NlanKa[o JUn~ z,:l lfle Man- ,. , -t a -' ~*a ~,. other handmaps, the wheat had been averaging 18 to 22/kat- team io ,,n'~'~fe-"-~ ~,,[ IV I I I Ikqdl l" on Tuesday, June 28.. I The State Superintcndent lchildrert livin~ in the nrolxm- . ,. -, v ~" '~"" "~"" ~'~ :::h 1 r ture Ior :" . o ~- ,~- Is yielding much better bushels per acre, Ram h~.dithe "ear The Mankato box [... "1 e ow tempe at ...... [of Pubhc lnstructmn, Ad:lled transfer area, than was forecasted a few held up harvest insome|scor : " The Public Health Service secretary t)f the county hos-Iill me weeK was on IIIIF. Throckmorton, has deniedI A large portion of the at- Weeks ago. Quality is high spots. ]" " AB R H in Washington, D. C., a pital board. Harry Swope,[i..i wmnaay, June ~t. ,,:la request made by Unifiedlea proposed for transfer ill ann the price is higher than In the Mankato area'|Dean 2b 3 1 0 division of the He-flth. that the tentative date for~ .... |District no. 426, Republiclowned by non-residents and a year ago" . wheat had been reported/Dodd'' lb 1 0 0 Education & Welfare Dept. the hid letting will be JulylHearings Set For Trains 7 &iCunty for the transfer oflthere is no one living on lhO .. ine Kecord office received tl~at varied from 10 to 30 |LeClair 3b 4 0 2 notified Senator Frank Carl- 21, 1966. Actual construction J$ on Rock Island |territory from Unified Dis- | property. the following information bushels per acre. ]'he me|s-|Moser 'cf 3 1 0 son Friday, June 24 that a lwill start a short time after| __ I trier no. 278, Jewell County.| A bond election held In ~uesday from'the Jewell turecontentwasbek)w 14%]Colson lb o 3 2 2 grant of $220,000 of Hill-la contract for constructionI The Interstate Commerce lDistrict no. 426 includeslUnified School District no. ~[ounty Extension Office: and test weight was 60 lbs./Rourke a: "lb 3 0 1 Burton funds had been ap-l is signed hy the county I Commission has set hearings ICurtland and Scandia. 1278 proposing a new high ~oout 80% of the wheat is i or better. . /Lanue, 'c" 3 1 2 proved for the constructionlhospital board Ion the proposal of the Rock IDistrict no. 278 includes lschool carried The araou~t cut south of highway 36 inI For the most part, laar-|Holl: If 3 0 0 of the Jewell County Con-I The 32-bed convalescent/Island Railroad to discon_/Mankato, Montrose, Formo-iof the bonds was $950,* 0ewe_ll_ County and from 60 vest weather has been good. |Freeman, D, rf 3 0 0 valescent Hospital. Senator hospital will be constructed/tinue ]rains 7 and 8 (Roe-/s, and Lovewell. |000.00. They were sold to to ti5% of the wheat has Rain hampered wheat curt-/Ross ss " " 3 1 2 Frank Carlson immediately i on the site, north and east of |kets~ between Omaha, Nebr | The territory, which was|the City National and Truat oeen cut north of Hi hwa in in some arts of the ' ..... M " " " ' k,cated in ~ ~ " _~ g Y l g ~. P '. ~. | Totals 29 6 9 notffmd Jewell County by 1 the Oest-Vue otel, which [& Denver-Colorado Spnngs, [ . the north and eaot |Company, Kansas City, Mf~- "" count ine extension ()illCe ) Mr an ,.rt of k I Y" - " i telephone that the grant had J was d( nated by . d Mrs. /Colorado. The docket num-/P Jewell County in-lsouri on May 25, 1966.~The ,..e,r.ound Jewell harvest is lhad an unconfirmed report |Manford Hell,, Announces been anproved. |Joe LeBow. |ber on the case is 24161 ivt,lved 16 and 15-16 see-|registration of the rmmhed, with an average of|that rain and hail north of|For Count,, ~ttorne,, This~'$220,000.00 federal! Other members of the/ There will be hearings at|tions with a valuation ofiwas made June 6, 1966, Tt~ ~o [o 20 bushels per acre. Mankato had caused a 70% [ " ..... "- " grant matches $220,000 00|county hospital board are: [the following places: Lin- l$440,000. [territory described h~t~hl )ne moisture content variedl loss in some flems. 1 Manford Hell" of Mankatoof tax money, which was ap- I Kenneth Wheat, Jewell,|coin. Nebr July 18 a't 9:30[ The State Superintendent will be subjected to the ~rom 11 to 19%. There are aI Stan Ozmun at the OS-/has announced l~is candidacy proved by "the voters of|chairman; Chas. L. Fogo /a. m.; July" 21,'1966 at 9:30/gave the following reasons|bonded debt of this building. ~ew green fields, which thel borne County Farmers Union |for county attorney on the Jewell County The hospital IBurr Oak; Tom Miles, Jew- ~a m at the County Court |f~r denying the petition: | The hearing was held at armers hope to finish this I Elevator in Mankato reports/democratic ticket board will now proceed with I ell; and Roy Blauvelt,/House, Norton, Kansas; I (a) The transfer petitioned/the courthouse in Mankato weeK. _ [that harvest is 45 to 50% I Mr Holly wascounty at- the actual construction oflSuperior. Robert H. Meyer is !July 22, 1966 at 9:30 a m.] for does not carry out the/June 1, 1966 and was con- m the Ionia neighborhood, |completed in this area ]hey I torneL in J',well Count , for the building .I the attorney for the hospital I at the Court House, Good- I purposes and provisions of/ducted by Harry Dean, dU- narvest is pretty well flmsh had some wheat W~dn~sday ~ ~ rd th cho ~ , ed w"*t- - - .~--] .... "- -~- ~''~ 4 years from 1933 to 1937. Cart Ossmann, architcct iboa |land, Kansas; July 25, at] e s' el unificat'on acts |ly designated hearing officer _ ~Ln an average or l~ to [morning mat tested l~VOiHe will annreciate ,,our vote of Toneka, has notified the| ]9'30 a m at Denver; at| in the opinion of the State/appointed by and for the 2m0oib~ash:lSoP~en acre. ]he lmOieSt~aes 6~' l~)sn the a~edland suppo~ J .... ~" ............. -- ..... ! I C'oloraclo Springs at 9:30 a. ]Superintendent of Public In-]State Superintendent of Pub- , ..... t was 1 1 g . .... e z I "*" .... ]m July26. Istruction. /lic Instruction. "~'r ~"/ with a test wt ofI[ heard there was n,uL damageIi l] lllll ~onstrucnon Jl ra an tl Th Illl ' ' ...... [ :' ," , ] .,,. ...... ..... ,t... o_r Donations to Senior I la _ ! Jr_ I A delegation from Man-i (b) e transfer of terri-I The ord, r was made by uu [O t~3 lbS north of town, out wasn t xlle rtc;~lUVUL Ul. tile 19a . ..... ," ...... ! , , ~. ', |Association of the State of Citizens Apartment Project iH|anKa[o I kato will attend the Nortonltory peUtmned for ~s in wo-]Adel Z. Throckmorton, S(~3te .._ an t.ne Lsnon area, narvest I sure now much. t (,)n.aaer- I v ..... r, ..... r I .... [hearing and oppos(- the dis- liar|on of the limitationsl Superintendent of Public itt- _ls. pretty well underway with ling the early predictions;1 The following have madet Icontinuance of the i ockets [specified in Section (b) of[ struction, on the 14th day of ymlas of 17 to 21 bushelsleveryone seemed p!easeall or' aw ommi'tte o the donations to the S::nior[ vr [ " ] said Chapter 410 of the Laws | June, 1966 .... per acre. with harvest,accormng tOl, ..... . .... -.--.- "-b Citizens apartment house[ [Double Feature At Ute |of Kansas. [ 1. - the Otego neighbor- Mr. Ozmun. ~ .... ;.,,, ,, ,~; ..... ;**,~,~ ;~ project m Mankato elther|Mankato Pee Wees 18; J Theatre July 1, 2, and 3 I ' ..... 11OO(1 wn " ' j~c~v~ u~ c~t~ ~.UL~.~,~.U~..r.. ~o . , eatis averaging -- ,, ct th ...... nf dwectly or through the Man-IRandall Pee Wees 4 I I , -- ' ~z:.~,~':::..~."~.;%~,~-~ ~" t"~ kate Endowment Associa- I I The Ute Theatre is offer- I Ray Kircher Transferred i Mankato High School . -- _ re~a~onsean~i'~'ma~e~recom*_ tion Inc Mrs Sue Green,] Mankato Pee Weesdefeat-ling a fine double featurelto Hays Class of 1941 WIll Hold| '; Selt-H, I,., IPLEASE CHECK YOUR mendations to the state Mrs. Frank W. Boyd, Sr.,led Randall Pee Wees 18 tel July 1-2-3, starting at 7:301 125th Reunion .luly 2-3:, / " " ~'l~ IEXPIRATION DATE ] association as will make Ada L. Hills, Manka!o Lum-[ 4 !,n a game.played at ttan-I p. m. The feature films are [._Ray Klrcher, m.anager o!I -- " | ] quch laW~ usable helnful & ber Company, ~nas. LI cau, June z,i, ~t)o. I"Sands of Kalahari andlme meat department atl The Mankato Class of housing i The exp'.'lrat]on date" "~s] equitable ........ to the employee,~ Nichols, Bess Kramer, Harry;.. AB R H "Laurel" .,~,and Hardy's Lau,h" g- Boopmrts,~ in Mankato for, 1')41. will hold its. 25h rt e- 11 "1 It stamped on each copy (,[the the employer and the public. Swope, W.eltmcr.Law.Off|c;!,lOrtmjan 4 4 4 ling 20's.. , . .]several ye.ars:, has bee lunion in Mankato July 2,'3. 14VaLItThlp iJewellCom:ty Record. ItI __ ann me first r~auonai t~anK, livtc~tee ~ u u I The films are aavertisedltransrerreo to Hays. lVLr. analBill llale of Topeka, got the w.~,,,.,~ he Donations ma be given to Alexander 4 2 3 on Pa e IB of this week's Mrs Klrcher and their thr-e addresses of the ar " lyour date is 6-66, this is t Dr and Mrs R C Turner ' Y I ' . _ . I "g , [ ' ' " ='l ,... v i~ .... |last copy of the Record you of Portland (Jre:on" arrived Richard Diamond, Secretary- ] Hamilton 1 0 1 I Record. The dates in the adlchildren, Tonya, 7, Mike, d, lclass mcrnhers and e fr( xne l'armers Home Ad-lwill receive until your ,,m, Treasurer of the MankatolDodd 4 3 3 ]are wrong. This double fea-iand Mark, 3, left SaturdaY. lPonded with them. i .ministration is ready to putlscription is renewed. " urnerEndowment _ Associatio,n, lBJ 'ek 3 0 ! ]ture will be shown Friday,|They have rented a ntce Dallas Nelson, vice- rote action an unique self- [ With the last copy of the ] ~'~'~"'~';'o r,"*,',:;h,",~ t~.u" T,,r' at the State Excnange t~anK, I ~weyer o . ~- ~ I Saturday, and Sunday, July ] nouse at Hays, where Ray ] president of an advertt nil help housin~ nroeram to/mtmth in which the sub- I ....... o ~,u::,,.._ ~,...\ ..-- a,d are tax deductible The l Alcorn 1 0 0 I 1 2 and 3 start|w, at 7"30 I win oe manager or tim meat I.*: ........ ;. ~, .... t.,, ~L~.~" """ ur no Mrs ' , o . a~ u,~y .t ~vLump.~, a~aUl .~.- o ~ ........... ner, ancJ IamlI .. a . , , .. , . , , , . . provide new housihf,forl ,- i,ti, n o nires the naner] .... Y ..... monev will be used to paylS mon 3 1 1 ] Idepattment m a large ,. ....... l ' ~, .... v ........ ~- , - ~" ~- turner nao oeen In t~mcago - - " 3 2 3 " i "" ................. " "" ,"~' Low raceme rural families mlis removed from our ..... ocer- for extra mdewalks, som..ICo n, er .... I A potluck dinner waslgaart,S,tre. The K rche[s[of the members of:tli ''''. ,~ , Walter I cooperation of - I Ph,,~icians and attendedi -- , ]The o ed g ' i - .... ", . ] and his or her family * :. ~,ampbell. ] scribers and welcome re- I crffo:tifie sessions of that Fred L. Ross' To [ !and Mrs. Harlan Lake of nave mane, m.any )fichus nlI The folhiwin# hav~ i-d~,,- The program is a coooera-' newal & new subscriptions. I C.-riatrics Observe 50th Anniversary I Jewell County I Tacoma, Washington, their l !vmn a ? oun,ng., tne r stay ] ted they are" ti "- ,, ......~, ~ .... ~ Pe W Baseball ~ nere, wno wt 'n mem connn ...... "-" ve house-building project l t Society and the American, .... I.. e ee. ". , .,, I granddaughter, . Denise l ued success their loca-[reunin and tr er In which rural D onle inl Susan Rourke daughter of I -eiation Their In honor of the 50th we(i- I James piayeu since dune Goodman, uremerton, was- I -Imore. small rou s of not more rs Walter Rourke din anniversary of Mr and hm ton and Mr and Mrs uo , g P Mr. and M . , daughter, Susan, who is a g "" -- g , ' ' Carlos Beardmore 923 N .than 10 buildtheir ownlunderwent an aonendectomyl-,.- ,,,+o,f Colleoe is Mrs Fred L. Ross, their chil-IBurr Oak 12; Montrose 6. IGeorge Diamond of Muncie I The new meat departmentl7th Beatrice VA,u=' IOdines under the f hos tal dren will hold O en House E,bon 9, Montrose 8 Kansas man ger at the Boogaart . guidance o |at the Bellevlle P' [doing research work with a P " I,' . .. - - I ~ ... :' ...... I Bell, 1204 E Kansas, Omaha,' a skilled carn~ntor hlr~cl hv I ~,,,,no,, ~x,ean|no] .~ ..... :.. ,t.. Tt.~;..... i*,, ,,f Sundav. July 3rd, in the I Ranoau o; ~sbon a. I The followinu were are- I ~tore in ManKato ts watt I ,,r.,.... ~-,,, " ~-.,--.~,, r~ll,.~, U~DA s Farmers Home " I Or,o,~, M~rlical .qehool in Lovewell High School Audt-~Mankato 19, Burr Oak 18. ]sent: ]Bz.sel of 1lays. Mr. Basel l ~Nola Blaylock), 417 E, llth, Administration [ N TICE I torium from 2:00 to 4:00 t Esbon 11; Mankato 4. I Miss Edna Peterson, Ober- i was recently married. He has [ Concord|a" ao .... _,Campbell said rural re-I " ILynn "wiao i "a"gra du , t'e of P.M. All friends and.rela-IMank no 10; Jewel). 5. Ilin; Mr. and Mrs. Oscarlbe n w,,rk),gforBo('gaa !Slwel (llene muents, under the t)ro ram I Bef, innin July 1 1966 the Colleoe in Wash-fives are invited to call. I League tanalngs I Anderson, Obenin; lv r. an(i ann recently has oeen WorK-I 109th St Lvnwood Call| L O ~ ~ ~ ,V Jr& [ I.,IUUt L~ l I. ~ ~ }, " . ~.' , -, , ~ ,, J t 41 can get a $9,000 house for|Noxious Weed Office loca-lin ,t., is work|no in San I W L IMrs. Bert Dmmond and[lng ~n vatmus stores whale]Mrs" Roy Metzl[er about $6500 b )ur housein .... Burr Oak 3 1 famd and Mr and Mrs Dal the meat cutters were or .... y doing the|ted in the C( t "]Francisco; and daughters, MANYTHANKS [ ...... I" "Y . . '" -I .. ',,?..., 'lGates) "119 Ph]llit worl themselves. [ Mankato, Kansas will return| Debby, who graduated from i Kanaall z l I las Diamond ann Gregory, I v acuon, w,. tc.r .anu ms Salina, Kansas; MrS. 'i elm The self-help housin~l to their regular office hour~.l high school this spring, and I wish to sincerely thank] ~so(~n ~ ~ I Webber; Mr: and Mrs..Jonn] at tnt Friberg (Thelma Green)1171 pan has been tried success- I The offme wdl be open eve YIBetsy, who Is in the 8thmy many fnends who sentI ..... I . g ...,. .... t I :.nta Fe, Torrance, Ca!if4 l '~ " r o twanKato z z Fcr uson" Mrs rtelen NlUr- ~nepy l-lOllOW lVlOLel. ,, -,~ ' , ' ~ully on an experimental[ Wednesday and Friday af- | lzrade, are at home. Dr. Tur- cards, flowers and visited| wmntrose ~ ~ I pny; l~ob Murpny; ~,wr. ana I I Wm. R. Hale, 1508 Shurt~ basis in New Jersev and I ternoons from 1 to 5 p. m. I ner left by plane from Has- me while I was in the hos- JeWell o z I Mrs. Frank Dlamona;Mrs; WANTED I Dr., Topeka; ~Mrs.< :1~111~ California and is beinz] ' I tin s Tuesday night to re- pital and since returning[ I Elizabeth,, Murray ncll ..... =-V'-- Zimmerman (Annabol : . expanded to other ~t~at~'l MANY THANKS i h,r~ tn Pnrtlmd and Mrs home Thev helped me passl Mike Rourke and Cindy/Terry, t~eneviue; lvirs. DOnl wanteu: ~are and Sane I Ham| ton~ RFD no' 1' tl,dd~ Already, nine states -'laave[ I:r-J,e; will-vistt a few days many a weary hour. All| Halstead arc attending a/Grehnger and Karen, Beloit;Iboaters for the 4th of JulYl Rock, Nebr : announced plans to move] My sincere thanks to mY]longer here and in Leaven-such kindnesses will' be re-[National Convention.of high[ Mrs. Jerry Kinsey, M.ontrose;|weekend at Lovewell Reset-|Mrs" Tom Greenwood forward man friends who sent car(Is h r m red b me alwa s school student councu mem Nit ~ lvirs Larry ulamona, your Jerr Jac bs with self-help] Y " , I worth, Kansas with e me be y Y | - - -I o .. , . " ,. . . [( y 0 ) Red nousin nro ect I letters flowers and visitedl .... onn Wher relatives --- Mac Fi ,ins I bers in Sookane, Wash this/Mr, and Mrs. r mit Lange;I Requirements: must De ICasDer Wvo. " The Farmers Home Ad-I me while in the hospital and I week. Mr. Paul Roberts,/Mrs. Lore Dmmond; Mr'=. alert, sober, sound of mmd[ Lavi n (Doris Jot rnm me Your ence Mankato h] hschool rm Anna Hamdton, Guide Rock, & wdhng t~ coopeiate w th 5 istration makes loans tolsince returni ,g he . I Mr and Mrs. A. H. Mr. and Mrs. Cla" I ' "g P "[ ..... I i " - _ L i641. East 16th, farmers and other rural re-I kindnesses helped me pass lopolski of La Mesa, Califor- Blaylock and son, Wayne, ofI cipal, accompanied them on/ Nebr.; Mrs. rry .uaw(I;|Reservoir users and I Mrs. Dorothy earle (De sktents who want to buildlmany weary hours and willlnia' visited recently in the Mankato drove to Hebron,/ the trip, driving his car. /Mr. ann. mrs. uon .. nyaer;|enf!)rcement personnel, mus![June McNabb) 2420$ new homes under the pro-I be remembered by me as[ Arden Clegg home. Mrs. Nebr. Sunday p. m. to call| / Mr. ~ lvirs, tmw!n, ummona.,I mare.tam good luagment, a~ I ~et, Wichita; Dallas ] gram by working in groups,|long as I live. [ Clegg and Donna accom- on her aunt, Mrs. Jess|el __ . -- # I Mr. ana.fflrs. ~]c.naru wult[ all times, nave a r~,:asonanle[ 100 SW MurrayRd.; B ampbell said. Each man in] ---Durward Frost [panied them to South Da-Voight, who is a patient[ Pmr-k n Pl'lntl ramuy, ..tJume r ocK, Iquant!!y or.. regmattons, aI (on, Oregon; Dal!as l;ne groun will work ~-- ~.;~l I b........t..~..,, the,, s-ent a there The,r were aceom-I ~,,~'~'-~ "-~ --"'=~'~ ~'"1 r~eDr.; lom lvloyer, umana,/quannty ot litter DasKetS anu/ ~653 Chickasaw ~d own.and[aisneighbor's' ome] John Russell of Amariilolwee kvi"s i't ng r;latives and panie'd frown Chester, Nebr.[ INebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale/wiUing to maintain a de-/phis' Tenn, until all are built, lair Force Base, Amarillo,/ friends in Sioux Falls, Hart- by Mr. and Mrs. Elmerl ..... ......... I Zimm rman . ann .ramify:/lightful attitude.. Thos n.av-/ Mrs. Rosalie i iws j work 1s rogre~mg at a e rocK r Loan fund Texas and hm son Paul, r Mrs CI om a cousin of Mrs P Gum , el:) , Mr ann m tide s ccmeu reqmre ~ , s are used tel ' [ford and Cheste. . egg M 'er, " .| _ . " ....... I . . , -" . |" g P' -| ,ic Rogers) 2305Mary gooa rate on me lvlanKato rs1van I"IU n I purchase building materials[visited John's parents, Mr.[andMrs Opolski are sisters Blaylock. /u -. ..... ildin- Ab IM . . . g es , amily;|mentswillrece!veasafeand]win Dr., Ale dfla, anti such items a~ kitchen /and Mrs Raloh Russell me., .... a .... ~,~ nr~ent at the __ )-acKmg mant ou . ~,. . " Jerry Joe laancocK, ,aastings,/ e:~joyame notiuay. ] Mrs Emil Vo~ bathroom and heat'ing equi'p'! past weekend. Paul, who had] ~tf*orci r}arm for the Miss Susie Geiger of Lin-] bert .ConstructiOa~ovle~c.[ thae ! Nebr.; Mr..and Mrs,. John/ -?. Si,gned~. Merle. Gary/(Marion Smittt), -.: ment and to finance phases lremained in Lincoln, Nebr./Binggeli family reunion on coin, Nebr. visited last week lCntract(o)r, has ..... n___ Dmmana; lvirs. J!m vmrray./ r es et, ansas tate / Faye Ave., Garden of IOdine construction suchl to complete the school year,[ ] .... ~q,h It was the first at the home of her sister, ouncn or eqmpmem_~nu ma- Afternoon caners were/ Game Protector. ~ Calif n-,.~, xo'~l~,~*. as plumbing and wiring t-l~ai] returnee| to Amarillo with]tim'e in"'over" 29 years that 1Virs. Raymond O'Hara. Mrs. tc.r!als for the _ ~otin~:s Mr. and Mr.s.. Merlin Mu -// Ben "l~oe~)*rive':'l~os'' equire skills not acquired[ John, where they will make] the family had been together Clinton Peirce and Kimberly .,t ,. . " ...... - __. y a ramify, Marquette Lindsborg Kansas - Sandra Calif.; Mrs. Ne|l Dy the homeowners. ] their- home. I ....cm ....,a_whnt'has been. the farm Sue of Hutchinson spent the me,. ragging el me vasement Mr.. and Mrs. Henry. Lee| .Sue Wilson. has. been. accept- (I~orena Walker) Ma The federal a enev makes] ] homestead for over 62 years weekend at the home of her neany compmtea. Dmmond and family. [ ed for admmsmn to Bethany Max and Betty (Weay: loans at 4 erc~nt to par-/ Mr and Mrs. Fred Shook| __ arents, Mr & Mrs. O Hara. , I College for the acadernK. Walker, 1700 Court,' ' P " - / " P " " ' .... ticlpatlng families with ua to: and Tamara Jo of Kansas] ~4~vs Kansas - An estima- Francm Wainwright . o~ Paul Wagner arrived m year 1966-67, it was an- rice Nebr. 33 years for repayment in City spent the weekend with' ted*6~)() boys and girls par- Mrs. Clarence Shook and Syracuse, Kansas is spending Mankato, Wed., June 15th nounced by Edwin Gorsky. Tide members of th rural areas and communities their parents. They were tic|pared in a total of 38 Tamara Jo visited Mrs. the summer wormng at the and was in charge of the Director of Admiss%ns. have been looting f up to 5,500 population An Friday night supper guests events Saturday night a~ Helen Bradley and Zoe at Wagner Drug Store. Francm, Wagner Drug Store wh le his Bethany College is a four to this reunion and'a essential requirement" for of Fred's parents, also Fort ~lavs State College Hershners Saturday, also who has finished three years father O. H. Wagner, and year liberal arts college of- ments have b~e/l ra~ each loan is the inability of Sunday visitors there. Tam- sDonsore~d its annual summer called at the James Duttons, in the School of Pharmacy Harry Swope took a ,;herr feting the bachelor of arts, a fun packed w~el~ the applicant to secure~fin- ara Jo remained for a longer Track and Field Develop- Charles Frosts and the at the University of Kansas, weekend trip to Kansas City. bachelor of music, bachelor visiting and re~rdrlisl~i'l , , -- , , y . . %, anclal asststance from a re- vimt. m~,nt Program The follow-Aubrev Gass homes, m taking apprentmesh~p Mrs Paul Wa~m;r and cf fine arts, and bachelor ot ~-------, gular lender .... ' - i'ng"Jewe-ll" County young- - training here. He is the son daughters, Anne,"~ 4~'~ and science degrees. Dr. and Mrs.'C. S.~ Campbell said that by do- In addition to the self- sters t)laced in the meet: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene of Mr. and Mrs. t~arrou Mary Beth, 3, "visited at Miss Wilson is a graduate ner, Helen Zo~ ing the work himself, a hel= housin- -ro,,ram, the SeniorBo~,s (15-17) Meeker left early Saturday Wainwright. Mr. Wainwright Stafford with her parents of Mankato High School and daughter Zoe , . . P ~ P ~ ,.~ ~ . . rural resident will he able to Farmers Home Administra- 120 high hurdles: 3. Steve morning for a vacation trip is the banker at Syracuse. until Sat.. June 18 when they the daughter of Mr. and Mrs evening callers have a modest, comfortahle tion has a regular housing Bartsch, Jewell. to Colorado and New joined Paul in Mankato. Wayne R. Wilson, 308 South Shooks. families 160 low hurdles: 2. MikeMexico. Wesley Center Paul is half through his den- Center, Mankato. home for as little as $40 month. "Not only will limited in- come families get new homes,'" Campbell continued, "but the program will pro- vide eraployment in rural areas and strengthen rural , communities through the ' purchase +of building nm,I a program in which of moderate incomes my re-' Nulty, Jewell. tal course at the University ceive loans to finance hous- Broad jump: 1. Alar Misses Elizabeth and Mar- Sunday, July 3, 1966, at of Tennessee at Memphis ing construction. Birdsell, Jewell, 3 aret Waiters of Prairie Vii-/Wesley Center, the youth Information about the Jim Varney, Jewell, 20'21/ ''. lage, Kansas were weekend|will have charge of the Farmers Home Administra- 100: 4. Alan Birdsell uests at the home of Mr. & morning worship This will tion rural housing loan pro- Jewell. Mrs. Harold Peterson. They include special singing, gram.is available at the Novtce Boys(9-11) have been friends of Mrs, preaching and playing in- JeWell County'office, Court Bread jump: 2. Tim Dodd Peterson since their girlhood struments all by the youth. House In Mar kato. Mankato. 13' 5", days in Osawatomie. Thank You! L I. I ~''' ' L ' . ~ -- Donna Jean Jewell Countv Women's uated June Democratic Club Salina Beauty took the St~ Jewell County Women's Topeka on Democratic Club will meet Tuesday., with Mildred Grout, July work ith at 9:30 a. m. at 122 South High, Mankato, Kans. -- Publicity chairman ' * :>:',i: 3, ,'L