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A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. Vol. 76; No. 4. 12 Pages and Supplement The senior citizens apart-[ A sample apartment has ment house project will be/been furnished by the formally dedicated in Man-/Kramer Furniture of Man- kato at 1:30 P. M. on Mon-[kato. The public is invited to day, July 11 at the project]view this apartment, and site on the west side of Man- |also to attend the d-dication kato. [ceremony. REPUBLICAN WOMEN [Additional Hearing Date Set MEET ]For Rock Island Attempt To j ~ I Take Off Trains 7 and 8 ewell County Federation of[ . _'T-T-'- , Republican Women will! Because or the numner of meet for breakfast July 14th]protests against the discon- at 9 A. M. at Zetta's Cafe in [ tinuance of Trains 7 and 8, purr Oak. A good attendance[ from Smith Center east to is aesired All interested per-[the Nebraska state line on sons are invited ]the Rock Island, an addition- l al hearing has been s~:t for Lyrnan Bradley Has Arrived [Thursday, July 28, 1966 at 19:30 a. m. Lyman Bradley is the [ A large delegation from name of a 7 lb. 13 ounce [Mankato is expected to at- _son born to Mr ~n,~.. ....~.~ ~tend- the Smith Center_.hear- _LYman Donald Hansen at ling and protest the a~scon- Hays July 4th The grand [tinuance of trains no. 7 and parents are Mrand Mrs-18 on the Rock Island. Lyman Hansen'of Mankato[ , ~ and tMr and Mrs Everett,manKato Lio s C ub Real of Home, Kansas I ms Club " I The Mankato Lic Mr. and Mrs Bill .qhnnk 'met June 27 at 7:00 p. m. at and John Clarence of-4920 :the Mankato City Park and Troostw l~nad v.,~ had a Steak Fry nod ....., ...... ~o . . City, Mo., spent the wooU- Tom Lehrhng had as his end with Bil/'s narent~ ~t"h'~ guest, Don Wirtz, his bro- larence Shooks ~,,na~,, tner-m-law wno is a new hey enjoyed a turkey din- employee at Lehrhng Chev- ner, and home made ice ro~t. x Lions Club cream Sunday ,~,,,,,i, ~. lne ne t Henry Dieck~.r~woo'~','~",~"~ meetingwill be July l lth. 11 eng ' f' re At this meeting the Lions gwUeSt. They a J y - , . ., .,. orKs. plan topaint the ce|llng oi the west shelter house at East Walnut ....... I~. 14 P the Park. Members are ask- ed to bring a paint brush East Walnut E H C met when they come to the June 14th with "Mrs. "Iviike meeting. ~-aldwell as host, ess and Mrs. Don Diehl as co-hostess. ~ The meeting was called to!Wk ~,. ~, order by Mrs. Caldwelt by 11 oo--er ao.or,n ro..,, ; ocle of my favorite piece of .... equipment. This was a hard decision to make as we all ---- favored more than one piece R of e uip CALENDA q ment. The lesson on food and Thursday, Ju-~-y 7 - nutrition was given by Mrs.D .... , M~,., .Kermit Jeffery. It was very ,,uy ..... lghhors !nteresting. The next mee(- Tuesday, July 12 - mg will be July 5th with Mrs. Kermit Jeffery as hos- tess and Mrs. Curtis Jeffery as the co-hostess Roll call will be the funnies joke I've heard lately. Our lesson is on Foods & Nutrition by Mrs. Glenn Warner. The hostesses served de- licious refreshments Warren Vance of Walpole, Mass.~ arrived Friday to at- tend the 25th Anniversary Celebration of the 1941 Mankato Graduating Class He flew to Kansas City and his brotherqn-law from Manhattan met him. Warren is spending a few days visit- ing his mother, Mrs. O. D. Vance, and his sister, Mrs. Loide Nelson, & family be- fore returning home. War- ren is Materials Manager for a large Allis-Chalmers factory, which makes power circuit breakers. In adidtion, he is active in community affairs and ,recently was elected to the school board in his district, which has 400 students. Visitors in the Jim Mur- ray home Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harlin Lake & ~,vranddaughter, Tacoma, ashington; Mrs. Anna Hamilton, Guide Rock Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Donn Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Diamond and Mrs. Lois Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bry~n~and sons, David and Bruce, of Ontario, Calif., are visiting, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her- ald Thompson and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ost, Holly and Kelly of River- side, Iowa arrived Thursday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gleaners V. F. W. Auxiliary O. E. S. Thursday, July 14 - Bide A Wee Club - Mrs. Ronald Seamans Christian Gleaners The Christian Gleaners met June 28 at 9 a. m. The hostesses were Ida Apple- gate and Joy Coffman. We U " sang, "Fairest Lord Jes s. Jean Hamilton read Psalms 1. Jean gave us a lesson on "Giving Devotions". The Gleaners presented Ida Aplegate with a farewell gift. 12 members answered roll call. Visitors were F. W, Siegmund, Shane Applegate and Ralph Hamilton. Minutes of the last meeting were read. Betty McAtee read the treasurer's report. 18 church calls were report- ed. Ida Applegate led us Jr, closing prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shook visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Diecker on July 4, which was his 87th birth- day. He is recuperating from a broken right shoulder joint resulting from a fall while trimming a tree. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Platt & family of Lincoln, Nebr ar- rived Saturday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boston. They " left Tuesday for Spr!ngfield, Mo. [to visit Jim s brother, Jerry Platt, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Einer Johanson of Hardy, Nebr. were Saturday guests in the Steve Arnoldy home, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Larsen of Jamestown, Ks. were Sunday guests there. Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Richard Rafferty, Patsy and Steve of Kansas City, Mo. spent their vacation with Jewell County relatives and friends. Rtehard's mother Meeker, and his mother, Mrs. Edith Ost, and other relatlve Sunday. Mrs. Meeker accomlmnied th n on Mankato City Council Pauline Ketchum was a school teacher, having re- ceived a bachelor's degree in music from Kansas University.. Mrs. A. T. Menhusen was r, amed Pauline after Pauline Ketchum, who was teaching Melrose School, southeast of Randall, and was staying in the home of Mrs. Menhusen's parents, the M. G. Sadler home, at the time of Mrs. Menhusen's birth. Sunday evening callers at the Clarence Shook home included Jack Frosts of Yam Hill, Ore., the Aubrey Gass and Leland Frost families, Henry Diecker, Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Hershner, and Bill Black. Holiday weekend callers in the Lyle Reece home were Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- Culloch, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, Mrs. Neva Metzger, Fred and Sherril of Salina; Mrs. Rosa- lie Laws, Alexandria, Vir- ginia; Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Carte, Doug and Dennis of Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Buchanan of Mc- Pherson; Mr. & Mrs. Henry Seibert of Burr Oak; Mr. & Mrs. Bill Seibert and boys of Aloha, Oregon. MANKATO, KANSAS The Mankato City Coun- cil met Tuesday evening, July 5, at the City Hall with Mayor Gayle Cristman, Councilmen Arch Weaver- ling, Cleo Hiltgen, Eugene Meeker and Doyle Alcorn, City Clerk Finlay Munro and City Superintendent Cliff Hancock present. Jack McElroy visited with the council about a water line problem. Mel Mayse brought the council up to date on the street by the Senior Citizens Homes. Everything has been worked,- out and a contract will be entered into in the near future. Lee Corviss inquired about ~' getting water for his spray- " ing business. Anyone wish- Walter d. Carol)bell of perfornmnce a,; Chairman of ing to purchase water from Mankato, Farmers lhmv, the~ C~unty Technical Action the city, please inquire at Administration County Panel. (':unpb~[l has provid- the City Office. :Supervisor for Jewell and (d outslanding leadership in Dwight Murray, who has Mitchell Counties, Jur:e 30 ('.,()rdirlating,, the activities of leased the swimming pool, receiw,d a cash award of all I):~rticipqting agencies & discussed several problems $254.00. Elgie G. Jones ol organizati(ms engaged in with the council. Hutchinson, the Di,;trict achieving Rural Area De- Bills were read and ap- Supervisor, presented lhe veh)prm,nt Program objec- proved, check to Mr. Campbell at a tires. luncheon at the Correll Club Canq)b,dl's office is in the Jewell County Receives Room. Others attending ,h:well County Courthouse. Special Traffic were Clyde Reed, Miss Dons He ha~; been employed by Safety Award McCammon, Jim Wilson. the Farmers Home Adminis- John Perdue, Mrs. Walter" tration and predecessor Winners in the Kansas Campbell, and F. W. Boyd, agencies, for the past 25 Traffic Safety Program for Jr. years, l h, has been,, County 1965 were announced re- The award was presented Supervisor in Mankato Mnce cently by Governor William to Campbell for outstanding Febrtruy, 1956. Avery ~ Jewell County won one of I the Special Awards. It was Big Sign Welcomes [Bible Story ltour At '4 for Public Education. Class of 1941 , The Mankato High School E~., -an~elist Roy Harris An Item Of Interest To _ ~ ] . , . arl a Mankatoans class of 1941 sp,mt thel\wll h~)l(I 't nightly Bible E y-D y " Weekend in Mankato attend-ISt~rY t lour for' the Church Helen S~ received ing the 25th reunion of this l in Dentouia, starting July '- - f i s graduating class 11 at 7"45 p m The public notice of the death o M s . I . .- , ~1I |:,n']~ ~ l~.e~%~*~||.~t ~e*~f~T~ '~T~ When these h)rmcr/ls lwwted to bring their Paullil~ ~,.,. 1~,~[~11~1111 k~'~tll 111 ~,~ " . 1 . ~ ] /.I ' /, Mn kat re r tmugars arrlveo in town, [cnn(iFell ann enjoy tnls ..._n.._m, ..ansas, Octobe ..... . ,, - 23, 1886, daughter of Joseph mey touno a mrge sign ]hour. M and Emma B Ketchum stretched across CommercialI and passed away" Tuesday', Street. It r,e,.d:' Wclcome l The bill Shook and Clar- May al lOa6 -t Vort ScottClass 1941.' The sign w::st ence Shook families spent v~,,%~',,h~"~'~h~h,,~ r, ' 30 ft long and 3 ft wide' ] Monday morning at the n~tlo~t i~ Mart, w Mo~nit ~ "COZy Coiners Rest Home In Manhattan June 29 A 1)turns Bdls returned to for past two years. Burial , - [ :. ' : ~ was at Mt. Washington 1966 graduate of Superior t~z~nsas City on Monday af- Cemetery where her brother High School, Wayne Ross, is ] terns)on, and Tamara Jo lives: His address is: Har- the recipient of the $150 Shook relume,1 with them. old J. Ketchum, 11309 East Boyd Family Scholarship al --------------- 45th St., K. C., Mo. Kansas State Uniw,rsity, TI|ANK YOU Joseph Ketchum operated Manhattan, for the 19(;6-67 ------- a dry goods store in Man-academic year. ! wanl to say "Thank kato during the 1880's and Ross, the son of Mr. and Yon" to all my friends who Mrs. Edwin Ross, Webber, remembered mc in any way, A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Groves when their children were all home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Donker and family, Newton, Mrs. Dale Stecht & family, Jacksonville, Florida, Mr. & Mrs. Owen Yocum and fam- ily, Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Groves and family., Smith Center, Mr. and Mrs. I.arry Groves and family, Edison, New Jersey, and Harold Wolfe of Kansas City, Mo., a brother of Mrs. Groves. Mr. and Mrs. Max Ross of will major in physics. The Boyd Family scholar- ship is a permanently i endowed scholarship estab- !lished with the K-Slate Endowment Associati(m. Thv scholarship is awarded an nually to an entering fresh man and a resideht in Jewell, Phillips or Grahanl counties. Recipients are selected for need and aca- demic promise, according to Harold W. Kennedy, direclor of the K-State office of aids and awards. At Superior High SchoM, Ross participated in school plays and is a member of Science Club. He also help- ed build a sod house for the community. Chet Moran, automohile salesman for Lehrling Chev- rolet, has returned to work. He has made a fine recovery I from a recent operation at the Hastings hosl)ital while I was in the hospital. All was gratefully apprecia- Thanks again -- Clarence Bhtck CARD OF TtlANKS I wish to sincerely thank my many friends who sent cards, flowers, gifts, food, and visited me while I was m the h~:@tal and since re- turning home. All such kind- ncsses will be remembered by me always. ---LaVeta Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ilingelli visited last week at the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arden Clegg and tumily. They were enroute to their home in LaMesa, Calif(n'nia after visiting other r:elatives in Des' Moines, Iowa, in Sioux t:alls, South Dakota, and in Topeka, Kansas. Local National Guardsl .... ~10'] of Mankato's 12th Ordnance Company arrived at Camp Ripley, Minnesota, Sunday morning, July 3, to hegin 2 weeks of Annual Field Train- ing. Their arrival f,llowed a 2 day motor vehicle convoy 'movement with overni~lt~ bivouacs ahmg the way. The unit, commanded b3 Capt. Charles L. Fogo, spent one night in the Camp Rip- Icy Cantonment Area, then moved to the field early Monday morning for a week of bivouac, tactical training, and unit operations. They will return to the canton- ment area Friday afternoon and spend the remainder of tnctival, under simulated combat conditions, from 8:00 M(mday morning until 12:00 Tuesday noon, of the first week. The local Guardsmen will )rovide ordnance support for Ei~gineer and Artillery traits of the Kansas Guard Irainir:~a at Camp Ripley. !)urinl, the,' training an Eval- uatiou Team from the Fifth United States Army of Chi- cago will be evaluating the Iraining, staff and command operations, administration supply, nlaintenance, mess operations, and other as- 9ects of the unit operations. The Guardsmen will begin the long journey home the Field Training Period in again by motor vehicle con- the field, returning to the w:~y, on July 15, and arrive Camp: area each night: The home on Sunday morning, Thursday, 7, 1966 IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNTY, WE'Pd~ George Marshall, ac-Mitchell, Nebraska spent ed them , home of July weekend for :,a:'visit, ..... : parents. Dr: and [! t TEMPERATURE WAS * 110' TUESDAY * According to Clyde * Reed, official weather * " observer, the tempera- * lure in Mankato Tw-s- day, July 5 was 110. * This was the highest * reading this year. The * low temperature for the * [ ' n :' week was 66 o . Miss S " " , ' , , ~ haron Loomls, win- sldents made the trlp, ~"Thursday June 30 * her .... ............ , o[ me 'MISS P~orm bnaron is neln 11 of an inch of rain * . ,, ' g S~- , ~" ....... ~Central Kansas Pageant ated at Pratt by the ~- '" tell luesaly a/ternoon " Concordi ~ ..... .... a early mls year, kato Chamber of Corn r~ Rainfall for the * .-- "" , .. ,.. . . rae ......... ~u compeung m me qvnss lhe car, in which ~he ~i'U 1 " month or June was " ,, . . ' Kansas Beauty Pageant ride m the Parade, IS ap- 2 84 inches * this " .. . " week. She was accom- propriatelv decorated " ~ " 0anted by hc,r parents, Mr. Thursda'y and Friday, the Frank and Berniece & Mrs. Clarence Loomi,;, & preliminaries will be :h~ld Kissinger Move Into her brother, Marvin. They I for the Contest .with the i Their New Office left for Pratt early Wcdnes- finals scheduled foe Satur- day morning. " ]day night. The winner will .Frank and Berniece Kis- The first, event on the l)articipate in' the *'Mst~mt~, who operate the. Kissinger progr.lm.,, is a Big Parade,]America" contest at Attan- Real Estate in Mankato whmh ~s being held this af-l tic City. , .... have moved in a new, ternoon, Wednesday, atI Sharon is a beautifltl,and business building, which is 2:00 p.m. The Mankato[talented young lady.~ located just west of the High School Band is in Pratt[whole, area will bo r~ Ranch Bowl in Mankato on to participate in this paradt:]for her at Pratt.. ) the corner of Main & Com- and many other local re-[ , .... ~ : mercial Street. ~ ~ ..... ,, , ~i. The building is 22 ft. by 48 ft which includes an at i CfllINTV ~flll l State Highway ~ta tached garage at the rear ol ~ LJVUa I -----'-- : the building. I lIlors Irannl v [ Kansas h.ighwayeol~lt~c: ...... t tion projects progt~ to TthweobU ltdlng loSfdcetded ,n-] Va 1 lOrll ]f,,r North Central The Kissinger Real Estate ll II2/IDMATI M ]estimated to cost' I Illl.'UIMII/$.IIUI1 /of 107 million dolla~ 'httve will occupy the two rooms ,~,, __ ~'-. _ ,atthe south side of the By Clyde C. Reed I~ee:k:a, nnumnc~eah~.Y ~,~: oulimng one is a waiting /. , -.-., ........... v,:: .,,,. ~ ----- ~ nignway t ommission from room and one a private m-Letters have been mailed/c,., r... ...... .... rice.. ~ne entrance,,to tne to those that planted native / Th~ ftflltn~vint~ ~h~,H, "i~a~ l'~lSslnger OIIlCe will oe at -rass this cnrino If noOHe tn[. , "~-~--:v,--*--O l~,~J~w.,~ ..... -.,.,, ........... mcluaea in Jewell ~ t : the southwest corner ot the be s " , o~ y - prayed for weed control [7 5 mileo -raain,, *-~-"-*--=" ' , . - ~ ,'5 ~a ~ ~ ul~.,~t~' building, now. Last year s plantings/on K-14 f~,m ~h,, ~,,,~a! The three rooms at the ,hould be sprayed also if II,,w,m,.,,~7,~;: "1~.,7',~,.~i" north side of the building they have weeds or sweet .~34"4"[~n'1~'''~ ...... *"~ will be occupied by the clover. Sweet Clover is .......... .... North Central Production rough (m new grass because l H; " -~-~ " , "' " I "ADQUARTERS , Credit Association. They it shades t,he ground badlY125th IblI'ANIRY" "VI~'a'' will have a waiting room & and doesn t lot the grass[ .,~..' . ~l;i alan -" - "';, m u ~an Franciseo,~ two private offices. The spreaa out through normal l .......... ~ ..... I 1~ June I~ " private entrance tor l.ne growth ' t N -" "-= l o " , ~ . IG ' ERAL ORD~R~ N. C. K. P. C. A. w'll be n A large numner cn wetll, q~M~~ .... ,~,, the northwest side of the pits are being dug to provlde] AW~Vn ~, ,r~ ~t~, building, livestock water. These are l-. ~:~ "-'~' ~ , The structure is modern l0 to 14 feet deep water[ COMMENDATION : , . I FOR HERO~Mrr .... in every detail. It has holes to provid~ immeuiate~ , n wa )( ~t ~ l 1C ~20 the loll central heating and air co - ter if t )'~s')le. [its d(m't[ "" :" ' ; ~g ] ditioning The building iscost too much and will allow [AWARDS are annoula~ brick veneer with the walls cattle to rema n in an other-I HESKETT, DONALD H, covered with attractive wise dry pasture. ] RA17267110 :SSG'r E'8 paneling. The ftoor i's The oril~i~.a~ altocatirm nf] Co. B, ~ t cement and covered with ACP funds has been spent & ] 2ath Inf. Div,' ,~::!1 tile. more has been received from [ Awarded: Army.C~* ;[ The lighting is fluores- the State Allotment. These~datlon Medal with W?~ I cent and a gravel roof was funds have boen used fo~vice :] n n Date act on 20 A rtl installed, terraces and po ds pri cipal-: ..... . : p r I~ ] The offices have bec~ ly. The::e are long lasting Theater: Republic ofVt~t, ] equipped with attractive lhat both the farmer and ta~ nam office desks, filing cabinets, ~ayer get their return on. Reason: For herois~~ storage space etc. Wheat was better th~,n exconnection with Frank and Berniece have ~ectcd in many fields. Ter erations agains~ a made a tremendous success of their business. Their many friends arc happy they have this fine building. I1 provides utility, and maximum comfort. This is a fine and welcome addition to the Mankato business district. Crescendos Will Appear In Mankato, July 18, 1966 A delightful new singing group called "l'he Cres- cendos' and composed of a group of 28 young teenage men and women, who corn( from 15 different High Schools and churches af the Denver Area, have put their voices and instruments together to produce a de- lightful concert of sacred music to be presented in Bandshell at Mankato Kansas beginning at 8:0C p. m. on July 18, 1966. This unusual group of young people, with hearts & voices that blend in music are directed by Mr. Ralph Fry, Associate Director of Denver Youth of for Christ. Many of the songs and ararngements used by 'The Crescendos' have been created by Ralph and his lovely wife, LeAnn. Mr. and Mrs. Fry are well-known fo~ their musical arrangement, and artistry which has beer featured across the Midwest and in many churches throughout the Denver Area. Jewell county Westernlers t trait will op rat eo letely July 17. Jewell County Wes- terniers will have the trial ride this Sunday, July I0. Turn East first road south of Lake, go 1 mile and turp north, will be someone t(" direct you. Meet at I0:0C a.m. Will ride until noon and then have lunch. Any other can come at 1:00 p. m Everyone invited. Bring owr lunch and drink. Places available to unload. --- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Junker raced fields were particular ly high yielding when, al' ~he farming operations wen kept on the contour. ()n v dry year anything that get: a little more moisture in the ~round helps yields. Wheal can grow on less moistur~ than feed grain crops be :ause it grows during th~ ~older part of the year. Wheat fields could b( disced and planted to r ~cover crop for grass seeding, this next year. Last yea wfiunteer wheat botherec' quite badly but usually thi: doesn't happen. IT'S THE WATER YOU KEEP "/'}/AT COUNTS Applegates Leave For ~Wood River, Illinois )ther mine of Rev. Richard (Dick) an(' wpe. V~ Mrs. Applegate- and famil5:he area left Wednesday for Woo~ :over, River, lllinois to make "ealizing the their home. Rev. Dick wil booby be associate minister of the likelihood First Church of Christ, ir:overed by charge of Youth and Chris disarmed the tian Education. The Apple t~eant gates have been in Mankatcdisplay -of:, for the past 25 months, an( devotion to have endeared themselve, sonal braver~ to hundreds of friends, no~ with the hi only to memb,,rs of hi, of the congregation, but to th~ reflect~ community. The best o~ himself, wishes of their many Man- Infantry kato friends follow th( United Applegates to their future home. Memorial Service A service in memory o! J. Perry tladley will be hek' in the Northbranct Friends Church on Sunday July 10th at 3 p. m. Rev Olin Belt will have charg( of the service. Mrs. Nellie Malsbury o' Whittier, Calif. was a gues~ at the Ronald Seamans home last week. Mr. Char- les Graham visited wiff Mrs. Malsbury at the Row ald Seamans home two af- ternoons. Mrs. Malsbury left by train for Denvm from Salina noon. ;orcc: Staff Serg~mt ~tt distinguished imroic actions on 1 1966 in the Vietnam. On ;cant Hcskett was ~s a squad lead~:in 1 :alton defensive: )osition. An !etermined to . be:a 2ong claymore ratm$~:: "urred within hi~ :, wea. Sergeant nediately checked ~ions to determl mstained : isiting each:: po ttioa :lirecting his alert, he then conduct a naissance in the: 2xplosion. ;ation, he the Secretary under the 6,72-5-1. ~ FOR THE THOM~" Colon~ HERBERT ] Lt. Col., Adjutant Dlnner For; Family A oot luck held in the City .Park in honor Ahre