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AUGUST 11, 1966 Sewell County Record, Mankato, KansU F. W. BOYD, JR., Editor ding is a wonderful wedding Mrs. Frank Boyd, Associate to them, but it's very inci- [ Editor dental to fashion. There [ "Any good firing that I hasn't been any fashion in [can do, or any kindness that the White House since Mrs. [I can show to any human Kennedy left. N,01on,l-a* :.. - [being, let me do it now and Mr. Fairfield said further KANSAs ;;;r$|~lTE:7~;';nt,a:l? /not defer it for I shall not in the interview: "This is 70 ..... , ,m..|pass this way again." nothing new to us. Everyone _. a,cKson, lop,k,. K*n. 66603 [o .... ., ........ in the fashion world is ex- 1 ,~I:UHU 1t.,lass vostage l'alu ......... __ / at th .......... cueu aoout ms own meas. ATIONAt e rust omce, lvian- [DITOR4/I ]t.,t, I," ..... Some of the people who say ] I A IS":"' ":'.'.'"~ they don't want the press in, ...... , ~ ~,~.-,jol~/~uoscnptlons: r all le u in th ack 153.00 per year in Jewell ei, rY, t yo e b ~Jew.~ [C?:gt~Yes a~admith~urg~:~dinn: ]~Asfaras Ye Screens fun: mankato, Kansas 66956 [Mitchell, Cloud, Republic ~- Icounties in Kansas, and ..... ,, ~.~ .... ~,,~,,t....b ,,,~7o, -- / .......... . or aDOUt ner weuomg, in me 4G,l~l.. ~, IlNUCKOIIS aria weoster coun-_ ..... e t~ews a " past iew weeks i nave at- P per of Jewelllues m Nebraska ........... ....... Co,,-**," I~ ..... tenaea meweoonlg Ol LWU _ ".".,-a' [~'i.uu a year msewnere, special friends, Jan Menhus- .... [ Subscribers are asked to en and Lynette Ault. They ,. ........ I notify this office at once:were interestine to me. No ,fin-. I~UI'D FAMILY Iwhen th o uwners and Publishers I address. when they have a change of :doubt the Menhusens and addre ~s. Aults thought that their ! 1 III daughters' weddings "were very important to them", as Lll~IIA" did the President of the United States, but no more so. No, 1 didn t have the FOR HOME FOLKS time nor the desire to watch M. A.B. the wedding or see the dress. Kissinger and Harry Humis- Traveling has its compensa-[lives at Oxford, Nebr., and ton got s:arte:l off, ,n their tions. * Hal a good visit I is employed by the Pioneer trip to Illinoi., to vi it rein- with Mr., FI )yd Hart and]Insurance Co. - I aceompan- fives, but her iunt, xs. An- Mrs. Jem ie \ qls )n of Leb- ]led Bud, Millie and Aria na Graha n, c3uldn'l go !fff anon on Ved tes, ay. - Mrs.[ Hills and Lowell and Louella she had aa enLergem y ()per- Hart had bee a isiting her[ Yasmer to Glasco on Satur- ation the day they left.- Vis- son, Oral, before they came] day afternoon to attend the ited with Adelia, Debby, to the Record office. - I i funeral services for Forrest Roger and Richard Right-knew Jennie quite a fewl(Frosty)Beardmore.- I had meier while they were wait- years ago, when we used to[a visit with Mr. and Mrs. ing for their mother, Mrs. attend B.P.W. meetings. -]Carlos Beardmore and their Glenn Rightmeier, to do the Lebanon still has an active[children of Beatrice, Nebr., trading. * * visited with Business Womans Club. * * [and with Beverly Hale- Mildred and Jack Collie of Friday was the sidewalk[Beardmore of Kansas City. Ellsworth at the R-K Shop- sale - I found Mrs Reece at ]- Beverly said she left their pod. - They had come fromthe "sale table at i)reilina's [children with their grand- their home at Ellsworth and - Frank Moyer had antiques]parents, Goldie and Milford were visiting with their on his table - Alice Duffv|Hale, of Manhattan.- Other daughter, Janet. - They all was Waiting on trade a't [Mankato folks we noticed at planned to make a trip to Wagner's. - Vivian and Ken-[Glasco were Frank Kissing- Tuttle Creek Dam on Sun- neth Ball at Gamble's ,- Mrs ] or, Harry Tyrell, and Mr. and day. - Classy looking Cindy Dennis Basart at Roy s Gifi|Mrs" O. K. Fearing. - Com- Hooker, a symphony in pink Shop. - Opal Tromble and l ing home, Bud drove through with expressive brown eyes, Mary Davenoort at McCar-[his farms and we saw hund-; was with her grandparents, thy's. * * Saturday, Eddyl reds of,,fine He_re, ford cattle,! Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Proc- Beardmore stoooed at the]also a Swather at worK. - ..... of tor. - Cindy is the daughter office - His wife Mar,, EL I A swather a new tuna of Mr. and Mrs. Richard len, ~'as with him and theylmachine and this one is Hooker. - Jerry Kier and were on their way to Glascolowned by Jim Wilson. - We Bobby Murphy were real for the burial service of his[saw it working in a milo busy. - Neolin Taylor came father, Forrest Beardmore. -]field. - It cuts, crimps and !n. and his ff, ife went with ['hey have two children, lp"uts {fiefeed inwinrows all ram. - a. t.. teg.g was carry- 5nelly and Rubble J. - Eddy in one process. * * mg out groceries. ' ..... Ye I Scribe quit early that night. Why should money be' According to a news story - But others I saw on MS in- called "dough"9 Dou,,h]from New York John B eluded O. T. Slaughter, Ella sticks to " .... ' ' the fingers. Ibmrchfld, pres,dent ol the Colson, Dorothy Halstead -MAB- l influential fashion magazine, -- ..... n and Guy Carter * * See you Anotner wonuerlul eve - .... . ". ., , , Life (sometimes learned "Women's Daily Wear", ing on Mankato MS. - Ye nextaaturaay nlgnt. . too late) is in the living--in seen", to have In'ought tim Scribe stopped at Boogaart s ---- the tissue each day and ~'ratta of the White House and found Mr. and Mrs. Before Saturday Night hour. M ]down on his bead. Some Glenn Bennett getting gro- I missed an interesting - AB- I sketches of the wedding ceries. - Mike Stout andnote last week. - Our good A mule and a humanbe-Igown were printed in his .... qt.-,naIcy"" ......... were neighbors, Diane, Susan and m?n a eu,mUch,alike. Neither [ paper before their release by l s nd Cathy Rourke, p~cked" a checking. - Walter Ba.. el a ..... . p n White kicking or the White House. The news- Sco|tv Seirer were at the OUCKet Or green Deans ano kick while_pulling. ' I paper's credentials to coverI meat-counter Mr and Mrs tomatoes and brought them -MAB- J the wedding of Luci Johnson " - " ' r"to the Boyd homes last Dave Rohla had thmr ado- Everyone is trying to [have been withdrawn, able curly headed, blue eyed week. - We,enjoyed the auto, by train and by air. a stir. Mrs. Elizab,~eth Car:rs- ~am~ my Sue with them. rresn vegetaotes anu me make traveling safe--by [ This incident caused mille - qho nhx*nve ha~ m~eh a win- thought that prompted the But you are on your own[ penter, secretar to M ". ........ / .......... "'" friendly act * * Mrs. Gerald when crossing the street Johnson, y some smile to greet friends.._ , .. .... "MAB said the sketches,,,, - VlSlteO. .......... WItH Bl-ncheu i, James ....ot rormoso V,SLtea us "-- - - - Iwere highly inaccurate .Thomas and she told me t I ..... mutt'"" a.o Carrie lpanied by her lovely daugh- Much empestAdoin a Teapot (or I "It's ridiculous,",: retorted hat vionaay - was accom- about Nothing) IMr. Fairchild. 'Luci s we - Thomas of Webber, Berniece[ter, Joni. - Mrs. James is I ]taKing an -weeKs course at 'Salina, driving back and forth each day. * * Mrs. Le- Roy Eaton was a pleasant In a word: Six ,, If you think winter's tough on an old car, believe us, so is Nave you ever known the instant , = delight of selecting a new Impala uper Sport in the color you want, slipping into its Strato-bucket seats, and driving it home from the showroom the same day? Now's your chance. xour Chevrolet dealer has a big choice of models on hand with small August price tags. caller Saturday - She was accompanied by Dana 5, Alan 4, and Mike, 18 months old, all happy, healthy chil- dren and full of life. * * Mrm Clarence Maag was in the office Tuesday. - Mrs. Maag is a niece of Mrs. C. T. Clegg but said she didn't have time to go see "Auntie" that day. * * Election night, Ray Mc- Elroy of Randali stopped at our office for a chat. - Mrs. McElroy was busy at the Laundromat. - It was a little too early to get much elec- tion news at the Courthouse and Ray helped Ye Scribe! make a chart for recording election returns. When Mrs. McElroy got her laun- dry finished we went to the courthouse together. * * Susan Judy is such a won- derful girl, always helpful to others. While I was tabulating election returns, Susan added the totals. * * Last week, Barbara Snyder took Ye Scribe to the bus at Beloit. - She was accompan- ied by Mrs. Mark Murray, Mrs. Lois Diamond and Mrs. Verlon Damon of Carbon- dale, Colo. * * We had a good letter from Bessie Guf- fin. - She said that Charisse and she had a small apart- ment in Augusta. - Charisse is saleslady for the 'Graybar Electric Co. in Wichita and drives back and forth. David is selling electric, ap- pliances. * * The world is small. - I had a letter from my sister, Elizabeth Trabert of Spokane, Wash., and she told that she had a visit with a classmate of hers (from Kansas State U.), Ed Schaf- fer. - Ed had been at Jewell to attend his high school class reunion. - He told my sister that when he was go-! ing home on the train, he, had a chance to give a boost for Kansas by reciting "Call Of Kansas" by Esther Hill Clark. - Ed's father was one of the first settlers in Jewell county. * * I was surprised and pleased when I received a letter from Bill Cunning- ham and Larry Haines of North Olmstead, Ohio. - Bill and Larry were two fine ap- pearing young men whom I met on the train going to Boston. - We had long waits to get into the diner each meal. - While waiting one evening to be called, we vis- ited with these men and More than likely, your present car will never be worth as muck m trade as it is right now. Money--- another good reason to buv a Chevrolet this month. 3 Read those articles about when to buy a new car and they'll tell you that August is one of the best raonths. And your Chevrolet dealer is ready to show you why.., with huy that are better than ever. summer. There's added strain on the engine because of vacation driving. Greater tire wear. The cooling system has to work extra hard. A new Chevrolet can save you a lot of trouble. You do a lot of driving for pleasure so why not ride on Chevrolet's Full Coil suspension. Let your feet feel that deep-twist Chevrolet: carpeting. August is to enjoy. :Make your summer driving safer driving by taking advantage of the eight standard safety features built; into every new Chevrolet. If your present car doesn't have seat belts, back-up lights, outside rearview mirror, padded instrument panel. look into a new Chevrolet. Ch when the steward called to Chevrolet, Chevell evy D Corvair Corvette come to the dining car, Bill Seethe man ............. and Larry held up three ...................... --..,, ,.an :avu yuu me most-- your Chevrolet dealer fingers, so as to include me. 15 510. ." ................ 7"'7""7"7""7 .......................................................... ' ............ ..... We enjoyed dinner and ---- they insisted on picking up the tab. - They had been at- e tending an electric exhibit in Chicago. - Larry was a representative of the Proc- tor-Silex Corp. and Bill of " , .... the Hamilton Beach Co. - :.,, They, gene Frerichs, t resident Don I)iehl, Vice-President Don Modlin, Member Glenn Fearing, Member Gerald Boyles, Member Lynn Harris, Member STAFF AND ORIENTATION MEETINGS Thursday, August 25: 1:30 p. m. -- Bus Drivers meet at Bus Garage 2'30 p m -- All staff meeting," Hig'h School Cafeteria Friday, August 26: 8:30 a. m. -- Elementary Teachers meet in sixth grade room with Prineii)al 8:30 a. m. -- High School Teachers meet in Home Economics Room SCHOOL FACULTY Carl Stepp, Superintendent of Schools Orville Hafner, Principal and Guidance Lorene Hafner, Home Economies and Spanish Mildred Mullins, Social Studio& Library LaVerne Wesley, Industrial Arts Barbara Robel, English & Play Director Ray Robel, Physical Education, Driver Ed., Science and Coach Milton Thoml)son, Commerce Robert Curtis, Science Jane Diehl, Mathematics John Kaighin, Grade and Iiigh School Music Orville K.afner, Principal Mary Stepp, Kindergarten Beulah King, Grade 1 Mary Johnson, Grade 2 Veda Dovel, Grade,3 June Dempsey, Grade 4 Evelyn Harris, Grade 5 Harold Johnson, Grade 6 Louis Andersen, Grade 7 & Coach Lynn Dovel, Grade 8 & Coach HOT LUNCH Lucille Platt, High Helen McMillan, Grade Jessie Knight, High Ruth Cordel, G ;ade CUSTODIANS Roy Brandon, High Clifford McLCune, Grade BUS DRIVERS Virgil Warner -- Ivan McMillan -- Cleo Morris Curtis Jeffery -- John Morris -- Harold Bailey Lyle Jeffery -- Gorham Fowley SCHOOL SECRETARY Karen Thompson OPENING DAY, Monday, August 29: 8:20 School opens; 11:30 School Closes; Buses will run to meet schedule; 1:30 Football Practice Tuesday, August 30: First full day of school; First day meals served Mankato :ii := i: FRIDAY- SATURDAY- August 12 - 13 - 14 Starting at 7:30 p. m .... :i iTlarJ 8rlrl rrlOBLOU qrarlj(.}ffrlos.miot,laOt ii1!,' Mystic C~rcle Club ~son, = _.__ served delicious. ......... ments of ice tea /aXug. D, L.dUD met: at me ,,,~ ,,~,,~, ,, ..... at~ ..... l,,n. b home of (,race Mdler on ........ , , , . wm oe Sept. / Friday evening insteadof Heisz. .,. Wednesday evening on ac- count of the horse show on Wednesday evening. Roll call was answered by eleven members. We missed Grace Bennett. Minutes of the last meeting were read and ap- proved. We played twoi games, Bingo and a wordI game. Winners were Beulahl Heisz, Syrena Hanson, Mar- inn LaRue and Mar e Van Mecer. There Were two l mss 4:30 p.m. boxes, won by Bess Mceker: Phone Night or l)ay: FR ---Marian Dale llenningsell~ Celebrate Mr. and the use of the school building for PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS IPOSeS. Any gt'oUl) or organization Friday, August 26 - 1:30 p. m. --- All high school [the schooi facilities must make boys going out for sports - High School Gym 'through the superintendent's All boys going out for sports are required to trove a physical examination. Grade school physicals will be given after school opens. HOT LUNCH PROGRAM Both schools will operate a hot lunch program. The program will start Tuesday, August 30. The cost will be 30e per meal students and 35c for adults. Grades one through six are to pay their teachers for their lunch ticket. It is requested that lunches be paid in advance each two weeks. The cost will be $1.50 per week. The seventh and eighth grades will purchase their lunch tickets at the high school office. High school students can purchase their lunch tickets on enrollment day or the first day of school. TEXTBOOK RENTAL PROGRAM, : The School week prior to the activity in order flicts. HIGH SCHOOL El August 16 - 8:00 a. m. to 4 p. m. Required Courses: En, 'lish II Elective Courses: BMogy; S Ec. II; World History; tion; Sho1) I; Mechanical Physical Education and Health; i JUNIORS : Required Courses: English Iit; Elective Courses: Algebra II; istry; Spanish II; Shop II; Shorthand I; Biology; l,ations; Sr. Math; Trig; Shop Required Courses: American : /). Science; Physical Education & tIealth Elective Courses: Home Ec. I; Drawing I; Spanish I; Shop I; SOPHOMORES: Chemistry; Spanish II; Office International Rehttions; Trig; Sr. Mal Band ; Glee. S( IIOOL ttOI,II)AYS September 5, Labor Day; Novemb Teachers Convention; November: Day; November 25-26, Thanksgiviz 23 - Jan. 3, Christmas; March 24-27, SCIIOOL FACILITIES The Unified School I)istrict Parents are asked t() see that book the first full day of school. ItlGII SCtlOOL SUBJECTS FRESHMEN : Required Courses: English I; Gener:fl Math ; Driver /lankato, i' !i ningsen wilt Silver Wedding i on Sunday, at the will be held