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$EWEIL COUNTY RF~OI~D Thursday,, J,u~ 30, 1970 Page S - Section 2 I rmoso Weunlte Weir ~&. and Mrs. ~ ~er and Bonnie ~f ~-IDlton were Tuesday" ~r @~ests of (Mr. and M~s. Harry ,H.i~. r~r. and Mrs. Paul ~Rn'uham from Ohio were Friday everdrg callers. Via'gfl Sidders sustained in, ltmies ~d~en b~s car eoffided av~th a ,lq~ek iI.dand treig~t train at the east axyssing near Formoso ,Mr. ~md ,Mrs. Eddie Dewey and ~---------------~ren of ,Bedoit were 9at- ~ overmSg~t ~ ~nd~y guests of his gz, andp~e~s, M~. and Z~rs. ~la'ke Dew~. Mr. and qv~'s. TaFM C~ark spent from Tuesday un~ F~i. day ~isit~ag ~t ~he h~'ne d her niece, Mx. and M~'s. Jorma Ga~io- w=y" and ~arnily al St. IJouis, Mo. ,Enxzm, te home they slx~ped m Sa"}ina and visited" ~t ~te home of their dau~ter, OYl. and MPs. Steve Tyler and fami~,. M~s. rib,tar and Stephanie re- tin-ned home W~ her p~aren~ and C, al. rl3~er came a~,er eu~n on q%resday. He was ~ake~ to on Stmc~y. the [BeUev~e hospital ~srhere he ~#.r. IM~ford S~flford Of ~gea- was ~eated tfer mino~" i~uries da and Mx. ~ ~rs. /-I~vard and was dismissed on Wednee. F~Id, Jr. spe~ the weekend d~ry. vi.sRiag at ~ home of Mr. end 'Ear~ Dantean has returned ,V~rs. F~r{ISt~kn'd, Jr. and~am- hon~ ~ter *spe~d'in~ a week i.ly at Sco~t C/~y. vis/~tir~g 'h3s dattg~ters in ~ansas M~s. Ro~ ~Baskins was 'adn~t- City. ,I~is sonAn-l, aw, Jolm Weth- ~ to ~he Be~levi~le hosp~tIM on erla of ~anass City, brou~ Saturday ~r ~reatmer~t and oh. serv~ion. him home. M.r. and Mrs. ~Bi'l~ Simmons ~k ~rou~ of young people &'am will be honor guests ~f a ~are- the ,Formoso ~hrm~unity we:ll politick p~cn~c su~,per to be ~ Sunda~ School ~I the~ b,~d in ~the Formo~o C~ty Park sporrsors, Rev. C~as. Seamaas on T~sday even~tg, Jul~ 30, and Others, ~e~,t here on Monday' at 6:30. ,l~lea~e bring Four own rn~ning ~for a Great ~ains Fel- service. ,~veryone is invibed to toveabip meeting a~t a Ca,rap near attend. ,Mx. and ~rs. ~mmons Dodge City. They ~vi]~ retur~ wl~ be ~-gv~g to Be~lev~.~le home on S~tm'Oay. soon. Mrs. M~ude Abram d jarm~- ~3~.r. ~nd ~Mrs. C~a3~ton E-I~zghes town was ~ ~ue~ Su, n~ay of returned ~home on Sunday ~r~n Mr. and ~M~s. Joe ~as~ins. a ~ weeks ~ac~tion ia O>]o- ~Mr. and 'Mrs. Tay~r ~a~k. Mrs. Steve ~T~ler and dat~g~ter, rado. They visited at the borne ~tep~anie, were ~uest~ Sa0.rr- 0[ ~aheir dat, ghter, Mr. and M.r~. B~d M~rsh and daughter o~ daft evening at a csok-o~t Botrlder, ~o., and ~t Che hoano the home ~ Mr. and Mrs. Eu- ~f ~ ~xm~n at q~n~ose, 12o10. gene ~ark and John. "M.Ps. {L~lrarld ~urner, Pegg~ Mx. and Mrs. ~alc ~Sndle a~d I-]ar~d of I-lastir~sts, Nebr. and son, Stagey, ~f Miami, ~3e~ Wednesday and T~rsday Fq~. were Sa,~day morning viii '~t~,g her parents, Mr. and visi~r,s of ,their br~er-in4a~v, Mrs. ~ar0&d MoMer, end o~ter Mr. Howard Ross. On Sunda~, relatives, a ,fmaai, ly c~mae~ was b.e~d in ! I uI I I I I | III1[I I II - Quentin A. Leece Republican Candidate for County Clerk Jewell County We recommend Mr. I.eece to the voters of Jewell County and would appreciate your support of his candidacy at the polls. (Sponsored by Friends of Quentin Leece. Bert Diamond, Chairman) poL adv. fill Illllllllll IIH IIUII I I 7ll I ............. MORE LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPERIENCE THAN BOTH HIS OPPONENTS COMBINED THE ONLY CANDIDATE WITH JIIOTH RURAL thei~ honor at ~ home of sister, IMr. end Mrs. hw,,~n Jk)hn- son ~md ~ near Command. Other ~uests were ,Mr. {ariel Mm. V~rgil Sidde~s ~nd son, Mr. and Mxs. 'RaMmond McCRtre, and Mr. H~ward Rass of Formoso, ."dr. and Mrs. John ~l~ind~e of Couretand, ~ Laura Ross, and ~iss Mar~ Johnson ~f Con- c~rdia. ~VI~. R. C. StaSf~'d and Susan anti her ~r, Mrs. ~ Weir', ~ove ~o l~r~cx~, Nebr. on ~ri- day to spend a ~ew days at home of .Mrs. Weir s sister, Mr. and Ma's. W. L. ~ and l~rUee. Mr. and 0~rs. Kenneth H~er, St. ,and Me-. and ~cs. Kenneth I~uber, Jr., Judy, ,hnet* and Jer~ rwere ,gues/ts ~attaxday eve- aing of Mrs. ~lazel ~ for ke cream and Cake. ~Mr. and 'Mrs. Jim rNe~r end famTy of Salina mere Wednes- daY overai.~t @ue~s of his pm'- end, Mr. and ~/h-s. ~Roy Weir. Nancy Weir ~pe~t the ndg~ with Cindy Studer. Mr. ~nd ~V[rs. ~B~d~virt rM~f~Y~an Of .Randall and their grand.'Chi,t- dren, Mon~Oa an~ ~rFan Ge~or ~om .C3mr~te, were v~R~rs on ~mday evening ~t ~e borne o Mr. and 'Mrs. C~rl lql~rdl. Mrs. Jerry N~assey ~[ H, aig- ~er, Nobr. spent ta ,few days lastt week visRing he pare,fits, .Mr. and Mrs. Virg~ Mx~ler, and other relatives. 'Mrs. L~e ~askitm and chil- dren of 'I-loLler, N~r. were Friday oversight q~pu, ests c~f {Mxs. Kenneth ~luber, Jr. #,~d cke~ Mrs. Keane~ Wt~er,- ~. was admitted on Stmday" .to tlhe le. v~l~ bo~i.tM ~here she under- were stmgery on 5~onday morn- ing. Mrs. ~'ene F_~ving of ,Kmasae C~ty spent several days Last week ~isttJrg her parent, Wfr. and Mrs. ~3ar~ ,Dtmi~an at For- moso, and her daughter, ~f~r. and 'Mrs. Matson in Concordia. On.des ,Duntgan is Spending some ~rne ~v~t~ bls tm~e, Ivan Dumi~an at JameStown, 'Mrs. Minnie '~taffovd ~as been dismkss~ tram ~e Jeave~l Cotm~ Hospi~M, ~t Mankato and ia convalescing t~t her home. Her son, Dr. Ronal~ St~a~ord, drove up from Normar~, Gk~a. to spend a ~ days with hem. He ~ home on Monday. The ~fa~owing boo~ Imve bern donated to the Fa#um~ Conm~d~r ,L~brar~ by Mrs. ~ladys Wlgbee: P~eeders Di~ Best ~nred Books for You~ Readers ~d Readers .De_=e~t Stm~mer '1970 Se~eetiorm. Mr. ~ M~. ~id~rd and ~ami~, ~v~o Bye at Ta,l~s- I~a~ee, F~a., ~ve h~ormed h~ patents, Mr. and Mra. H, ar~ tBgbee, that tl~ey escaped with minor dncider~t the ,force of Huv- rlaane Becky. ,W~er entered their home bu~ ~vll~t~ ~aZcb damage. 'Mr. and ~V~-s. Wendell David- so~ d Gardner, Kz~. were re. oe~ weekend q~te#ts af ~ par- I1~ II il Sllll III nllll i eats, Mr. ~md Mm. Lee Devid. son. qVh'. Ea~t W~,mtstone, v,,bo ,m.~ fm'mer~ em~oyed as r~nager ~f the Formeso Grain, ~levator, has ~d ~ ~ matt at a ~ and elev~tar io- cm~ed ~t Genera, Nebr. The ~ to move there by Se~. 1~. Mr. ,mad Wfxs. DenRis a~d fam~l~ ~en.t ~ week on a ~ca~on ~i~p to Grand Lake of the C~r~4cees in Ol~ahoma. IMv. ~and ,M~s. Jdm ~ad~f~' of J~llev~tle were Sunday ~ter- tmoa vdsRers af Mr. and M~s, Dloycl Strnad and rPro~'. 'Mr. and Mrs. Hardd MoC~ttre af San 'Brtmo, CMff. were h~use guests h~t week ~t the home of M~s. Vemie ~rn~gh. They ~ere envonte to S~etha, ~la~s., their ~ormer home, ~ visR rehtives. ,Mrs. Ndson S~drdbroo~ Mkmea~v~is, /Cans. spent ~ed- nesday .and ,Thumday ~sRin~ her xnether, 5~"s. Maude How. hnd. ~4~s. Mabe~ d~mes e~ain- ed ~ae "IMesday-Te~ ~a~b e~ her home ~I~ue,~day a~%er~ ~ith all ~ present. Mrs. Ver- nie Ea'n~g~ was an irtvRed guest. The ro~' ca~ was answered by '~t ,T notice first obault a pemen when I mee~ them ~or ee fir~ time." A p~mi ~s p~ ned t~or ~turday evening, ~mg. ,l~t, in @m Ferrrmso pm'~. ~e- .lila~ Field won the p~ge. Opal Watson and PeaM Het~R~ger received a bi~lada,y p~c~a~e horn their Hea~ 6~sters. ~'~g bingo, refrmhmeni~ ~ere served by the hostess. Mr. ~ rMrs. I-I~w~d Sharp o~ Af0woed were SundaF a~- aoon visitors ~t @me home Of Mrs. Astxid ,tiara and ~Mx. Gleam ~. ~ S~ recently returned from ~r@land they vieited their son and am- ily. Frida~ eve~ @uests at the honm Of Mrs. ~inrde Stall~rd were ~)r. Rmmld ~t~afford of Norman, Olda., ~Mr. and aftra. WaRer ~ocker aad ~ Of Roeland Park, MiLford b~af/ord Agenda, and .Mr. and M.~. Andrew Ste&'m'd. Mrs. Cec~ Cl~,~ was a~ a@,erw~n vlsit0~ and ~ers on rrbtrelay were Mrs. ~ PaFae and chll. dren. ~r. ~nd ~$rs. Ke~te~ Baird Rollev~e ~ere q%u~:h~ her guests O~ his s~s~er, Miu Sara1~ ~drd. The H~y Hour ~ mem- bers m~d their ~amfl~es enjoyed a pi~tc sums" ~rkt~ ~r. Bona~d S~.~l~ord and his ~, Mrs. ~lr~e S~ord, were dinner ~mests Sund~ Of Mr. a~d Mrs. H. G. Field In ~ervm~ of She Fle~d~' ~rd wedding anniversary, at a e.~e in Omrtlmad. Km4b spent a ~z~e~ weekend In Oolorado. They h~a~r- ed at ~ Dmum Know,ton home. ill Ill III ...... I r .I I Mankato F~I. DAY - SATURDAY - Kids' Pm'adle 'me rpu~Ric ~ ~ ~'~ be an JULY 31, AUGUST 1 - 2 a~aua,1 ~fa.ir. The U.~. ~a,g, ,A ,grotlp of e..hildron ~om the visible ~in the picture. ~,a's m/ade ~ :[ Bond Fo~rm~ com~i~F p~'Ja,rmed by &'mn~ Stl:~fford. Those pi'~- and .~arried ottt la paraxie for the tured are: ~a~ck row, 1~ft o benefit of ~e Formooo el,bizarre "~rtght: Ginr~ Sta.~ford, ~Renee on Sa~urday morn&tg. They par- and Reni'l~a Dempsey, Anne aded throtlgh the bus'iness dis- Heinen, Cirtdy St.uder. From tri~t and were ~rea~d at each row, ~eR ~o right: Mark ,Hdinea. business p~ce. Gian~r Sta~ford, Bremla Statler, ~rina Smder, who has been ~;~ann,irrg the par- 0raig and ~3rian KdY.en ar, d ade ~or severM weelcs, ~a~orrg Batty r~hetstone. wi%h the he~p of O~he~ iri%rms GLANCES 1. rI~e addition of frui'ts or GEORGE WITH vegOt~b'les may be done in MARY FRANCES ~ta, ge of the process where the je~ is broken d~,wn and will arouaxl the corn pai~.h wi,ll The NorEa nat re, set. qu:i~ .get ,the hands-0t~ mess- State Pee Wee 2. The concentration o.f ,wa,ter age across to the ',m~aders. Put be 'herd ~the a~ gE;atin mast be in c3rrecl the fence e~gh inches 05~ the 7 ~t Glaseo, l~opotion to have ge~a.tion o.c. ground on the otrtside ~ the wi~l be held at Cm'. regul~~, garden fence. ~ the p.m. $. ~reased acidity gives a patch is unfenced l~t ~the fence less firra je-l~y, six im~es. O~ the ground. Keith 4. Gelatin which get,s se~ at -" boo low a ~temperatare me~ts Jewell County Pee Wee 'Keith i : a~ore readily tl~,a~ those forcned Tournament At Lebanon a~vay 3U']IY 1;3 a~t a M; ~ temperature. Last Week in Warveaz~bur,g, ~he son of I~r. Nine teams p~r~ci~ated in Higgi,ston, the J;eweltl Cotmty Pea Wee Oak, now lrourrtamen ~eh ~as hdd ~ aqso preveded i~ :!:.. .... L~banon, Kansas, M~t wee~. brother, Butri, a~ avas Ju~Y By Mary Frances Holdren ,'Ehe teams were: Sot~th Leaffue: J~wdl, l~anda~, C~w~ker City, vi~e, 'Me. Jewell County He, me and the Mankato Ve:ts; North Economics Agont ~a~gue: I.~banon~ E~bon, Bun" IMr. and Mrs. .~ Oak, G~ide ~o,ck, Nebr., and M,r. and {Mrs. Use Your Electric Knee the Man'ka'to Lions. Tooele, 'U~h, For More Than Carving , The first mg~t of eomtpeti,tion ertger m~d Don t limit use af your e,.e~ the l~azficato VeCs aad Burr Oak ~ ~,isited tric knife to ca~vw~g t~ eys '~ k . were el'im*inated and ~he second til Tuesday a o~tenTaSts. Be economic, use it n~gl~t Crltirde Rock and Eaton and ~trs. O. were defeated. The fo,ll~wing Gillette's a~d tea~s fin4shed in the tlr~,t four paxe~. Here are some pr~ct~cM.u~e ...... a ~aees in the tournament euglge.~imm: AROUND THE COUNTY' Oa~ker CJ~W, fi~'s't; RandML Mr. and Mrs, ~e etl'edtri, c k,n~l~e s~tces : By Barrel HoMe : seoon.d; 'I~banon, third; and spe~ 'thursday, eleanffy through sandwich lea,v- iCounty Agricultural Agent~ the Mardeaito Lions, 'fourth. Reo. 'arid ,Mrs. es, baked A~aska, bri~3k ice , _~ The league o,f, ficers w,ish to SO~, ~. cronm, frosted cakes, and tortes, thank everyone irrvo~ved in the ---~se R to stlice txnatoes, Omtrolllag Ham Flle~ tourna,mer~t ~r the suppo,r,t and M:r. and Mrs. The most conmaon irtsect pest good sportsmanship. To the Mr. ,arid Mrs. ~reen peppers, nnd cueumber~, o~ Kansas is the horn ~, -- a town Of Lebapcm, we give a and Mrs. L~,nn First cut a thin slice from one side mad mrn the v~ge~ab~es so U~de critter, about ha~ the size dot~ble ,thank you ~,or your sup- Mr. and M'rs. it rests s~c~e~F on the fiat af a hmme ~.~y. They take a high po~t and a we~ ran tournament, roo~le, ~ba~ sdde. Then you can ouit thin t~ in weight gain. on bed cat- The first ,fi~e tea,ms in the floe ,home of Mr. io and tn n-d3k prad~ction of League Tottr~a, ment are parti- BU}ch on s~Ices wi:thcu~ uSin~ a f~,rk to hold ~e vegetable in p~ace, dairy ~a~t~e. cipairrg in the D~str'M~t Touvrm- 1~he George -~Make croutons by s~cking The horn @l~ has a ~e t~yele merrt ~n MarrkartO this week. La.rsons arrived bread and s~lein, g ~to cubes. Or af orally ~ weeks, and, there- They are: ~l~anr~la]~, C~ker ~m all left s~tee fre~from-the-~ven Ita'lian fore, can ~.i~d up t~nendous City, I.,~banon, E~ban, and the sag City as or l~ronch bread witho~,l crush- IX~ti~ts during ~a~orabie ~'tanlca.to Lions. tiona,l eorrce,n{tion. ir#g the so& interior, mmmaer ~vea~iher. During some --Use it to eu ram meat into ~.asons, t~ey reach some ~,000 cubes for stew. To Cat thin flies 9er an/raM in a herd. ~bces of raw meat, as [or sl~ro- ~ut ~e ~lies do ba,e a weak- BELOIT ELKS ganot~, pm~t~ freeze the meat ne~. They generally ~ta,ck the fl, rst. badrs Of ca~tle, and that c'f, ers DANCE AUGUST 1 -.-~ectric knives are great a olue ~o one good method of [or .sRci~g chilled re~rtgera,tor- con~al. ~a~krab6ers m'e both cookie cMugh, ora~ges and lem- eczmcmlc~1 and corrve~ien~ in TO THE NEW ARRANI ons, and fresh pinelapp~e, head/rig o@f ~he horn ~q~ies. If Eleetrle Power F~ ,Im~stM{ the ba~rr~bhers near 9:00 p. m. to 1:00 a. m. Or, What To Do When water ~'oul~, at sa~tir~g p~aces, Your Home Freezer Ste~ or u a Spat .where ca,'J~le like to ADMISSION -- $ 1.00 The fi, r~ thin~ to remember, ioM. You can b~ ehem or If y0~r freezer ~tops, i's to keep them. Breakfast will be served following ~ottr freezer closed, a'eeordtn~ For a goad h~ne-m~de back- to the U.S. Dspa~ne~t ~f A@ri- ribber ,use an o~ chain covered mfltore. I-Ic~v long the food in with several thickn ,eases ~ Ixtv- your freezer win ~taT frozen lap ~ tied every six ir~ci~s R K 'Skeet' In the freezer -- a ~u,ll ~,reezer ~stened to a center pos~, then . . During the limited time I have had in erw~lthanStaYa o0~dtreez,ermanyon~yhoUrSa q~arterlng" tide~ret~eda~ ~ed~ ,Z0 feetto ondeep.s~each Which to campaign for the office of Clerk ~. Me~t ~l{,l rmt w~rm up a~ p0s~ JuSt, above the ground, Republican Candidate ~a~ as baked food. The la~,ger q~heet ~ but, tap cover~rtg can of the District Court, I have not bec~ able u~e freezer, the lor~ger the food be mturat~d with an tnse~bi~ide. ENFORCEMENT to meet every one of the voters as I had ~m stay frozen, meade F--P-- 3nelHe L-r'tt AND URBAN LAW ,o. ,-. hoped ~o do, Therefore, I am taking this p~und~ of dry }ee shbuad ho~d U~lees You're the generogs means of saying that whether or not I me temperature af a hlalNfuli t~pe, ~zt pr~abl~ rese~,t shar- I0 cubic ioo~ a bit bd0~v freez- ing ~ hard era'ned sweet. EXPERIENCE have had the pleasure of visiting with you lag for 2 or 3 ds,. Pu't heav~/ oo~ ~J~ th" masked and Jewell County personally, I would Appreciate your' vote c~rdboard ~rect~ on the ~,~ek- ring-~d m~esk th~wes--fl~ ages of frozen fobd mad then ~ rag, cons. on August ~th. put the drF tee o~ top of the You e~a p~t a ~p to this Although I have been working j OOST LEONORE GORDAN ,,~, ~drtngbe~vtortvs~~ng~Vrr, able to make an active campaig~ You mi,gh't eonslder e0~erln.g Ita~:ooa a ~ OE his own appreciate your support at the tim fi'eezer wRh .h~nkelt~, q,uH~ medt~m -- ~ ~aoek. II I I I - ~ some other c~vering. ]~t will ~~~~~'~ l' "" "" ' Ill I 'I "" tol~zt crtm~led neWe ~tper or excg, sior bet~ween the l #UU n#q EMMA KIBBE freezer~~lnet and the bla~ets. D OaL~wto thecovereCWerinlpthe air.ventn the KENT EPUBLICAN FOIl ATTORNEY OENEFIAL o~..ntngs (~e p~w~ may go on A unex~0eatedl~ and vemit~tioa ~ #le~rtc fence JIM w~R be needed). .x.....o. o FR IZZE Eleetecl 2 terms as County Republican Candidate eo~n.etel~, tlmwed I~fore you Attorney of Republic County. 2 terms Johnson County ' ' , t ~er th~ the free'zar is aot Attorney. operating you may re~ceeze HE KNOWS KANSAS LAW foods ff they Sti~ eon~aln ice K.U. Law School graduate, for ~ais and are s~J, ll ~o~d-- Re hi,ca Past president, Kansas M)out.40 de@rees F, Mea,~s and " County Attg, meys Assn. Kan- poultry beecme tms.a~e to ea, pu in sag Direc, t6r National District u "e--s - " o o,or odor is ques. schoolAAttrneys Assn.Born NATIVE in inLawrence' KANSAN WaShington, went Re- tO Register of spoiled--you "~T~R Rsh [fowever, t~on., so get rid of the food..d cooked toWith tell can', vegetables, .fbeds i,f te~ they it ~bymore h av~ ~ld, the GOVERN public. Phillips and Jewell -~ odor. M there is may que,#tton, counties, gee rid of R. Do ndt ~se merited ACTS WNILE OTNERS TALK, JIM sous I have enjoyed serving the cream. A" PROVEN WINNER He stopped the showing of .'lean your freezer bdore re- .the controversial foreign GIVE KANSAS A BOOST- ~fi'ng. When you r~reeze thaw- QUALIFIED OFFICE ~eicture, ", Am Curious people of Jewell County and ed food, freeze it qui'ck~. R is Ilow" in our state. VOTE FOR BOUSKA AUG. 4 w~se to rein you~ freezer be- Jim Bouska for Attorney Gener. Committee. Jim Harris. Treasurer wouldappreciateyour vote of ~ the "seasons w~en lm,wer LEGION l~i~m'e m aS, be r--t in your Vote MEMBER AMERICAN confidence in the August pri- Your Question, Plemm Mm, ~uy WiUard, Mankato. ( L. M. WeRmer, Chairman, a~ked w~ta~ makes gefl~tin des- Bouska for Governor Committee) mary. .~ get veate~ in the rdrlger- a~r. There ~e ~vera~ l~a~bie (]P01k Adv.) ~'Ommty' ~ for ~ Comm., Wayne ( 13oi. adv.) (poL adv.) ~ 0~ ~ gelatin.:~ ,,,, ,, , ,, h I I I II