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July 7, 1966     Jewell County Record
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July 7, 1966

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Thursdq, July 7, 1966 Jewell County Recora, Mangato, l~ansas PAG m , I i ?' ?~, F. W. BOYD, JR., Editor sell two glasses of lemonade Mrs. Frank Boyd, Associate for a nickel, and we waited 19 [ Editor [and got our two glasses ~, [ "Any good tiling that II (mostly colored water). "w4 [can do, or any kindness that[ No one ever had more for [I can show to any human]their money than Margaret --N-i ' ~ [being, let me do it now and;and I did out of that nickel. K~7~;~a~r~l'l~_R.'P:"""t'"'* ][not defer it for l shall not[ We had taken turns carrying ~ 5EXVlCE, ,NO. I[pass this way again, t that precious nickel all day; ZO! J,ckson, Topek,, Kin. 66601 I [ ~loeand Class PostaGe Paid [ We wore out one corner ot ' Jl'"'~7"Tu,~-p,~, rifflee Man-[lhe hankerchlef then tied it ATION-- - ' ........... " ' '.'...,,areAL EDITOINAI/u~,,, U-n~-~ ]in a fresh corner. We often ..~w, ...... ( "" n ~-~L6,--] I ACt'~"~C~'l~.,.l~. [ ..... [st )pped to see if the me ey :~.~):~ ~[.A_~"~ ~'O"~ [~uDscr'puOns: . . .. I was still there. __~"P~" .'7 "" .' /~a.uu per year m JeweuI ......... [County and surrounding[ Jeweil County Record counties (Smith, Osborne, Mankato, Kansas 66956 Mitchell,Cloud, Republic --- ' counties in Kansas, and, Nuckolls and Webster coun- Ye Scribe was again on "The Newspaper of Jewell ties in Nebraska. Mankato Main Street County" $4.00 a year elsewhere. -- _ Subscribers are asked to _ notify this office at once THE BOYD FAM.ILY when they have a change of I mrendcIihd.den som3d OfgrmY Owners and Pubhshers address. [g ...... -- [grandchildren wlm me. - Jim 1 [ and Frances Logback, 1 IIP' IJIII'I 1 A ' rR 1]Frank (The lII) and Lydia, I llUIIP/1 IHA//I'I~ llwcre here (rom Hill City. - 1 VlWlkk/ ~I lll'~lll-- II llWe all ate with my Boss and I FOR tlOME FOLKS I[ Mary. My daughter, Mary, is M A B l tan exceptionally good cook. " " ~[- Next, 1 hurried up town to A [see my friends on MS. The ^~ man (or woman) wrap- be able to plow (provided it [first one 1 saw,, as I was peu up in himself makes adid not rain that night) and [parking "Pepper was Grace very.small package, would plow corn while[Miller. - I stepped into . -MAB- Mamma took the children to[Boogaarts Store and Louise xou will never experi+mce the celebration.1 don't[Powell and Mike Stout were the bitter ta ~ , o eratln the check out ste of failure if know whether Papa gave the [ P " g . .. you never mak 1 mone stands Visited with Ral h t " ' e an effortother chi dren any y,[ ..- P o begin, but he gave Margaret and 1 [and Mrs. Jacobsen of Mont- -MAB- one nickel "to spend be- rose. - Jennie Olson had her .,A.fellow who is asleep ontween us". We pnt the nick- niece and nephew with her, me ob will ~ , Diane Ortman, 13 ears old J " never hear whenel in a tea cup for safekeeo- '" Y , OpPortunity knocks ing overnight - and David Ortman, 8 years ,. -MAB- Mamma was to cut up the old. David was celebrating rroverbs chickens after supper, ready his birthday which occurred ~.tte who has not tasted to fry in the morning As Sunday and Diane told me rotter does o she would have a birthday not know what ever Mamma was ready t - ' sweet is.---German, go t'o anyone in need,'and Thursday -Mrs. LaVerne If you are patient in onea neighbor girl ,came run- Haege.rt was gettl.ng her moment of rocer es Scott Selrer was e anger, you will ning in and said, Mrs. Alex- g . - . sea e a h at the meat counter ann so P undred days of ander,come quick,Baby " sorrow ,, was Walter Basel, who re --Chinese. Jane is awful sick. Mamma Before a fi h ~ 1 our placed Ray Klrcher I had . 'g t two men went but paused to tel ' - are boast,r not met Walter, but we got e s; afterwards,great grandmother, Sarah only one.---Russian. Sutton "Scott, to cut the acquainted. - Walter will' 4"" -MAB- chickens up. I must tell you call me Mamie. - Mr. and tn of Jul Mrs John Thronson were "[ride " y about our grandmother. She T penaence Day) was a little southern lady, being helped by a couple of ne Alexander family al- blue veined, aristocratic, and blond blue-eyed grandchll- Ways wen dren Carla, almost three ,, t to church and had never done anv menial - ~unday School every Sun- work. She told me~I would years old, and Douglas. - aY. There was one other have to cut the chickens up, The children are staying aY of sl~ecial importance she would tell me how It with the grandparents while we alwa s ~ be their parents, Mr and Mrs .. y attended the 4th was a long proces, an(l" - " ot Jul e Carroll Thronson, are taking . y c lebration at the fore midnight, when Mam- eli Iron Bridge, near Col- ma got home the job was a little vacation in Colorado. ony. The first 4th' of Julv done As we drove away When I passed the Chevrolet celebrationI ~ " w o)ko arage I saw Tommy Lehr . remember in next morning, e 1 ( ~d g , uetafl wa rn lln, with several men stand ,, s when I was about back at Papa plowing co , " g ' x x years old. Mamma ab not a foot high and I felt ing about a new car..- May- ways re h v to be Tommy was telling about ~. P pared a big picnicso sorry for him to a e . ' umner the ood features of the car _ ~-stacks of fried stay home. g Chicken, bread and butterWe got started to the-We saw Toby Kramer: - san owiches, hard boiled eggs celebration, perhaps ten el Visited with Kamerme With pickled beets r (how twelve miles, but not until Vader.- Mrs. Bill Zade was P etty they looked), and Margaret and I rescued that getting groceries. - Bill and either cake or pie, not both. nickel, tied it in the corner Mrs. Zade have been spend- The evening before, Mam- of a handkerchief. We con- ins most of the summer on ma had five chickens killed, suited Mamma from time to the farm north of Smith scalded and picked. Papa time throughout the day to Center, but had come home told Mamma he would not ask her how to spend it-- for weekend. - Had a short be able to go. It had been so we wanted the most for our viist with Gloria Beam Phil- wet and our corn was small money. Finally she advised lips of Topeka. - Gloria and and yellow, and had never us that usually just before Jerry were spending the 4th been plowed. But he would the stand closed, they would of Jtlly weekend with her ~:i:i~:;+:~:i:~ i i i~ i ! :~ :.:.,.:...: .........:.:+:.:... ,..... .... + .... . .... a'.~,:m0, ...... Stevenson were together- .-.,a; ..... ,.a +. ........... .+.+ The folks I remember were ~ RIALLMacGIRP+IS.H[P+RYWlICOXON.I~MfStA~N[N0 ~AURIC[I~V~$ Mr~ ~.arv Garmnn had her ~.~.u,~,at~un n+z E+~v,a ,,'va~..u~;- a small boy nam-d Guy ...... ......... a ............ -:~, tinitely going to be curanve. - '" - II I lovely blond daughter with , ......... ~ ...... a ..... ~.,,, Broadwater, alady named J / .... ,~ ~va~ a ..++ p,uuu,.~, o,~ Su ie 1 ~, t her - Ray Ellsworth was ......... s A exander,but the .... .'. ....... naa oeen trlefl on nunareos small"" r --"-* visiting Wltfl rrlenos.- . . . u 3" tu ,,~.cu .,u~t u, Formoso Wi " ........... with beneficial results. ASthe ent~rWi ......... ~ ~ lhng Workers Those on hand to supply the Neolln laylor ann cnnuren c a HLnc, tq W,Ui U The Willin, [ ' ' ......... "'most folks seem to eat the r""n;",, e: .... ~ ........... g Workers 4-11lah n" i~r the task ineltlded ~ruc.ell~ x,+, t+ruce,.!z, ana main meal at night, i ~.u+~"~,~'U t~..~.~u~u'~d are at it again. Doing what? Mr. and Mrs. Forrest ~mp- lrUUl, t, were waiting tor I onf nl,,rso ~lrlohf nn f~xr~ xwu~ vv~o a '+'" Willin- work ,ff t'+.,r