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A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. Vol. 76; No. 15. TWELVE PAGES - 2 SECTIONS MANKATO, KANSAS Thursday, Sept. 1, 1966 IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNTY, Donna Hills will receive a belated birthday gift Friday morning at 11 o'clock. For it was on her birth- day, Aug. 3, that she was notified that she had won a new 1966 F-85 Oldsmobile in a nationwide Pepsi Cola "Shopping Spree" contest. Donna chose a beautiful 4-door hardtop, equipped with power steering and brakes, white sidewall tires, tinted glass and all the rest. It will be delivered through the Waugh Motor Company, and presented in the R-K, Shopper parking lot with nn riving from !tie c(mapany on my birthday '. She we- 19 that day arid will be a soph- omore at K. U. this fall. PePsi Cola offered 10 new cars as prizes in its ":.~h()p- ping .ree" and Dop.na we3 the on y winner m Kansa,.s. Contest,ants were required to appropriate ceremony. Sharon Loomis, who was crowned "Miss North Cen- which fell July 13 has b:,en . ' " and won a l tral Kansas . shifted fr()n'J thePh:,llips- Pepsi Cola scholar. hip at[Norton county area to the Concordia last sprifig, will l general vicimty of the cor- be present to take part in l ner where Smith, dewell, the presentation. The corn- Mitchell and Osborne coun- pany will be represented by Mrs. Verla Josclyn, presi- dent of the Pepsi Cola Co., of Saline, and Jess Sisler, district representative, who ties join, according to Jack R. Hyde, geoh)~;ist from the Smithsonian Institution;. , Hyde explained that their data is inconal)let~ bce:ltlSO it was ch)udy at the time Will make the award. send in six branded corks from P-psi Cola bottle,,caps, or write "Pepsi Cola six time.'; on a piece of paper. "And that's all I did," she ,;aid. The public is invited to attend the presentation Fri- clay. The Board of Education of a month to submit propos- Unified District No. 278 tcok the first step in the actual construction of the now high school building in Mankato Friday night when a grading contract to pr.>', pare the site was 1.' t to Bud, Hills of Mankato for $19,830.00. Clyde Reed, president of the Board, said Monday that the general contract will probably be let late in Oc- tober. "The architect, Charles Shaver of Salina, saye that plans and specifications ~ill be completed about October first, and contractors are usually giv.~':n three weeks to Search for a meteorite would be no larger th.m a t):,sketball and probably smaller, or that several MANKATO GOLF CLUB pieces may be found. The FALL TOURNAMENT object would have a black or burned appearance with a The Mankato Golf Club crust. It will be much hear- held their Fall Tournament ier for its size than any Sunday, Aug. 28. A total of irock. 98 golfers entered, and all If anyone finds an object had a good time. which they beliew: might be 17 were entered the the missing meteorite, they championship flight, which are urged to chip off a small played 27 hilts. All other Donna said she was "very the meteorite lell. Many eye piece and mail in an enve- flights played 18 hilts. excited" about the wonder- witnesses saw the fiery oo- lope to Jack R. Hyde, 1600 The first four winners in ful prize, "with the letter at- ject as it entered the earth's N. Tenth St., Lincoln, Nebr., each flight at listed below. -- , atmosphere, but the track- for identification.~ Championship .,. ing cameras to the north of A meteorite may be dis- 1. Leland Chapin, Concor- WEATHER the area were unable to get]tinguished from an ordinary die, 90 ,, ---- ":la good picture, ri~ck by making the follow- 2. Gee. Meyer, Concordia, . Clyde Reed, weathc ] The camera at Garden ing comparisons: 93 observer, reports a high * City detected it, however, at Is it solid, not porous? Is 3. Bill Getty, Downs, 94 temperature of 9if' on * 10:10 p.m., July 13, and it of irregular shape? Is it 4. Don Dey, Wichita Thursday, Aug. 30. The * Hyde says there is every heavy for its size? Is it black 1st Flight low was 57" on Thurs- ' 'lreason to b plieve that pieces or brown on the outside? 1. D. Lee, Glasco day, Aug. 25. There was :" Iof the meteorite hit the! Does it show metallic iron 2. Dr. W. D. Wrench, Sup- ' no moisture. * ground. Data computed at[n a ground surface? Is the crier STEP ATTEN the 2cientilic center in rock different from the 3. H. Windscheffel, Smith HAN E A P Boston now indicates, how- usual find of rocks? C, nter , -- lever, that the meteorite If the answer to all of 4. Joe Sebelloz, Belleville P Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R.]probably reached the ground these questions is "yes", 2nd Flight tatten of Arvada, Colo. are lsomewhat furthest cast than then the object is probably 1. Don Sebelloz, Belleville 2. Don Hew tt, Phillips the proud parents of a 7 lb. was first beliew d, a meteorite. oz. baby girl born on Sat- Hyde said that thv object burg urday, Aug. 27. The youmg 3. Gerald Becker, Beloit miss has 2 brothers, Timmy[ - 4. C. Kc merling, Glasco and Gregg, to help welcome[NEW HIGHWAY NOTICE 3rd Flight her. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Patten of Sterling, Colo. and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blew of Burr Oak. NOTICE PROJECTS LET A teacher-minister rccqp- The State Highway Corn) tion will be held Friday, mission has awarded con- Sept. 9 at 7:00 p. m. at the struction contracts totalling Burr Oak Iti h School. The $3,435,708. Of this total, teachers and ministers will major projects will be built be guests and are asked to in the area around Milford l bring their service for their Reservoir in Geary and Ril-[families. ey counties, but one projectI is of particular interest in[ A neighborhood coffee this county. [was held Wednesday after- A contract was awarded[noonl for,Mrs. Ed ixmmis, to Ralph ,_W. Forkner Con-jwelcorning her in the neigh- struction Co. at Clay CenterI borhood, since moving into for reinforced concret~ box th(ir n w h( ' O ". ' -' [ .' e )me. "Ihose re- culverts, c(mcrete ditch lin-', cnt were Mrs Frank Kind- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hale and children, Steve, Kris, Mike and Sarah, of Atwood, Kans. will spend this week- end here at the home of his mother, Mrs. Glenn Hale. ler, Mrs. Jake Switzer and David, Mrs. Corwin Hinkley, Miss Myrtle Bennett, Mrs. Darus Henningsen and the honored guest, Mrs. Loomis. Mrs. Frances Biggs and family of Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Lorus Hulbert and fam- ily, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed 1. Art Schuldmiller, Phil- lipsburg 2. Gerald Kubat, Nelson, Nebr. 3. Dan Williamson, Glasco 4. (tie) Dick Tegoff and Robert New, Washing- ton 4th Flight 1. Quentin Nault, Cor cor- dia 2. G, rald Cox, Mankato 3. Lowell Yasmer, Mankato 4. (tie) Bob Johnson, Jew- ell; E. Wilkinson, Belle- ville; R. Hoyt, Belleville; Jim Loop, Concord:a. 5th Flight 1. Mike Anderson, Super- ior 2. Frank Hedden, Mankato 3. (tie) Darrell Jensen, Sup- erior; Rex Weaverling, Mankato H. S. Flight 1. Mike Rourke, Mankato 2. Greg Johnson, Courtland Clark and family were guests Trophies were awarded to of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Alex- the winners of the High ander and boys on Saturday, School Flight. Aug. 20. Frances, Merla, Lu- cile, Ed and Doris were all Mr. and Mrs. Cite Hiltgen classmates, and family attended the 50th Wedding Anniversary of his East Union Literary Soci- ety Pot Luck Dinner will be at 12:00 noon Sunday, Sept. 4, 1966. Bring your service. Drink will be furnished by the committee. Mr. & Mrs. John H. Hunt- er, John C., Ruth and Daniel attended the Hunter Reunion ing and bridge on a county at Wamego, Kans. on Sun- highway from Webber day, Aug. 28. Others attend- seuth. Total cost is $41,624. mg were: Mr. and Mrs. Jo- Seph E. Hunter and Johnny of Los Angeles, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Hill, West- moreland, Kans.; Mr. Sam- uel Hunter, Topeka, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mead, Martha and Sarah, Troy, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mrs. Leslie Heisz, Ken- Meneley, Quenemo, Kans.; neth and Keith came up l Rev. and Mrs. Dewite Hunt- from Dodge City Saturday i er, Goldie, Sterling and Ben- and took I eslie's mother alea, Topeka, Kans.; Mr. and home with them. Mrs. Harvey Reavis, Man- hattan, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Reavis, Brenda, Ste- sis." Reed added that the arch- itfect was confident that the building, planoed to meet the needs of up to 350 high school studc nts, could be c(mstruCted well within the $950,000 bond issue voted earlier t.his year. Since the g-neral contract cannot be let until late in the construction season, it was believed best to go ah:;ad with the gr:,ding whil:; the weather is good, permitting a better start on the general contract as soon as it is let. Hills plans to start work Sept. 6. STORES CLOSED LABOR DAY The retail stores in Man- kate will be closed all day Labor Day, Monday, Sep- tember 5. NOTICE ,..---.-- A leader's Meeting of Den Mothers and Committee Members of Cub Scout Pack 36 will be Sept. 1, Thursday evening, 7:00 p. m. at the Community Buildlng. All parents of boys, ages 8, 9, 10 are urged to attend this meeting. This meeting is to make plans for the coming year of the Cub Scout Pro- gram in Mankato. --V. L. Hamilton, Cubmaster D. L. Burdetts To Celebrate 50th Anniversary The children of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Burdett of Esbon will honor their parents at an open house reception September 4 to observe their 50th wedding anniver- sary. Friends and relatives will be received between the hours of 2 and 5 p. m. at the E. U. B. Church in Esbon. No gifts, please. The Burdetts were marr- ied September 9, 1916. Mrs. Burdett is the former Emma Kuiken. Their children are Dale Burdett, 5249 Galaxy Parkway, Sacramento, Calif.; B'en Burdett, 249 Timber Dr., Berkeley tleights. N. J.; and Mrs. Carney Gass, 9910 West Ninth, Wichita, Kan. There are eight grandchil- dren. Degrees to Mother, Son A mother-and-son combi- nation received degrees in education at commencement exercises for summer gradu- ates of Kansas State Tvach- er's College. Mrs. Glen (Ed- ith Beem) Glover, Oskaloosa, Iowa, received her Spe.cial- ist's Degree and her son, John, got his Master's. Mrs. Glover formerly was princi- pal of Logan Avenue School but she and her husband moved this summer to Oska- Three systems of cooper- I to participating lihraries sting libraries in KansasI each year than any one It- have been designated by[ brary purchases in a year. State Librarian LeRoy G. I 4. Use,-,,,of the Kansrs In- Fox, and Jewell county will I formation Circuit --- a tele- be a part of the Central type network connectipg the Kansas Library system, state's six largest libraries. There are many advan-This places more than tiger, but of major import- 1,000,000 volumes within 48 ance is the fact that a sys- hours of any patron. tern-wide program will help 5. Systems are eligible for library dollars do more. Features include: 1. Access to every system library with any system li- brary's card, plus libraries that are open more hours each week. 2. Development of re- search collections in easy access for all patrons. 3. Rotating book collec- tions bringing more wflumes *,"3 other special groups e,a l be provided at low 8. Extended tmrv',0 towns now without service can be mad, , : ! 9. Allocation funds where consultants on improve local 10. Centralized of materials all centralized processing of discounts on larg~t' books, bringing "ready-to- read" books to the library and permitting better work at less ('.()st than by hand. 6. Pools of periodical files, Full scale o and other little-used mater- new system will ials can be maintained, sav- ing space and money. 7. Personalized service to the handicapped, senior citi- zens, childr, n, the blind, and Long distance pt one rates lday and evening rates will in Kansas will be reduced l be reduced 5 to 30c. by approximately $1,320,000/ The new night rates will annually beginning Oct. 1,lgo into effect one hour ear- according to [lier Monday through Satur- Suthwcstern/day (8 instead of 9) and will Bell. It is the third reduction/be in effect all day Sunday. in long distance rates in the/ Starting Oct. 1, for past four years. No changes ]ample, the maximum charge are made in calls to cities lfor a two-minute station to less than 39 miles apart. For [station call anywhere: in longer distances within the]Kansas (Elkart tt) Atchison) state, two-minute station to/will be only 40c. Credit card sLtion calls will reduced[calls will have a three- from 3 to 15c; three-minute [minute minimum, however. persons-to-person calls and f SERVICES FRIDAY FOR PLEASE CHECK YOUR BURTON WILSON EXPIRATION DATE The expir'~tion date is stamped on each copy of the Jewell County Record. If your date is 8-66, this ia the last copy of the Record you will receive until your sub- System members can : more books for lille money, still keeping selection of titles, Funeral services for Burt- on Wilson will be held Fri- day afternon, Sept. 2, 2:00 p.m., at the Belleville Meth- odist Church. Burial will be in the Mt. Hope Cemetery at Mankato. Mr. Wilson passed away at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday after- soon in Belleville. January. Each retzfin complete trol, but will have vantage of ices few of them Ulrle Mohlers To Celebrate 25th Anniversary The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Mohler will hold Open House in honor (ff their Silver Wedding Anni- versary, Sunday, Sept. 4, 2:00 p. m. - 4:30 p. m. in the Christian Church basement, Burr Oak, Kansas. All friends and relatives arc in- vited to call. Charles Westin started last week with the personnel division of the V. A. Hospi- tal, Chillicothe, Ohio follow- mg a year's service with the same department in the Vet- erans Hospital of Pittsburgh, alone. Those communltl i without library pay a one-half the services. brary service have 1 levies and there increase in costs, " The law tonal boards, tatives chosen member library and members outside districts but WPd territory. .... The 13 countie Central Kansa Libi tern are Barton, CI0 Jewell, Lincoln, Phillips, Republie~ Rush, Russqll, Sa Smith. Towha wit counties not par are Barn ,rd, Courtland, Gaylo ' and Sylvan Grov i The system has, t]on of 197,2(;7 total cost including are levies, will be about $2.50 per I y :.ar. NOTICE Jewell scrip, tion is renewed. Democratic ' With the htst copy (,f the at the homd Of month, in which the sub- Broyles scriptkm expires, the paper at 8:00 p, m; ,is removed from our ad-are invited. :' dressograph file. We appreciate the fine cooperation of our sub- scribers and welcome renew- al aud new subscripti(ms. Martha Cameron from Gu- therie Center, h)wa and Min- nie Boylc, s from Courtland have been visiting their sis- ter, Etta Foster, and brotherl Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oglevie, and other relatives and friends. Harold Peterson entered the Asbury Hospital in Sa- lina Monday. Mrs. Lena Monbeck has returned home after spend- Fogo Reunion ' ':: The Fogo Reunion held Sunday, 19(]6 in the mory. Mrs. Don ,; Mike of here visiti Mr. and and her sisters Mrs. Don ; ter and Mankato.' .. ,, ,,,,,, ~:, a,,,',,,.,4, Mrs. Kate and Fred,, Leonard ! were Thursday : supper guests Mrs. Steve Arnol MANY THANKS' u i ............................................... " ........................... parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ioosa, where she is on the Hiltgen of Greenleaf, Kans: staff of William Penn Coil- I wish to siz (en and David, Manhattan, , on Sunday, Aug. 28. A faro- ege. John Glover is principal Mr.';. Perry Kier ins.; Mr. and Mrs. Forest ' ily dinner was held at the of Severy Elementary Guests at the home of[THANK YOU Bernice Howard Resets, Lucille and Ronnie, School. The commencement Mrs. F. R. Fair Sunday wereI -- lightful coffee gl Kans. at noon with ()pen exercises were held at 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jacobs of[ Thanks so much for the hoe.or of my 844 ugusta, Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Steak House in Washington, unter, Blue Rapids; Mr. ~I! House from 2:00 to4:00 at p.m. at WelchStadium. Superior, Nebr., Mrs. Tom[cards, letters and flowers 1 Also, thanks tO and Mrs. Melvin Hiller, ' ' Greenwood and daughters,[received while in the hosl)i-iwho attended: and v nice, Melvin, Jr., Marsha, thmr home m Greenleaf. Mr., and Mrs. Ken Trubey of[ Mrs. LaVerne Dewitt, 'rerri and Holly, of Casper,[ lal and since returning home. ~ ehc,'.~ry birthB~ ~ d erlin and Marvin, Ran- Mankato called in the after-] Mrs. Flay Huntsinger and Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Fred[A special thank you to our cards. olph, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. noon. !Mrs. Mabel Simmons came Hill and Jody of Cawker/neighbors and friends forI --Clara, v rgil Hunter, Douglas, Jer- from Dc,werTuesday for the City, and Miss Janis Fair,]taking care of t hi gs atI .... ry and Beverly, Manhattan, Lt. James D. Hunter, Me- Huntsing .r reunion and who was here for the week-theme while we were away] I THANK YOU Connell A. F. B. and John C. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. end. , " ians.; Mr. and Mrs. Cloyde We appreciate all theseI .... unter, Eugene, Donald, Hunter, Wichita, spent from Clarence Black. [ --------------- kindnesses so much. A special thank Marflyn, and Jeffery, Man- Thursday through Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Staf-I ---Fay and Pearl Vcztal. lboys of the Firei 9attan, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. at the home of their parents, Saturday night guests of fcrd write from Ely, Minn.[ -------------- I for their quick:i.,: Ray White, Wichita, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hunt- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Black as follows: 'It has bc,:n aI Mrs. F. R. Fair returnedI when we needed !Vlr. and Mrs. Min Chen and er. for a hamburger fry in their beautiful summer here withI home last Thursday after a[you. baby girl (Taawin China), back yard patio were Mr. good weather and wonder-lvisit at the home of her sis-[ --Mrs. Irlriai::] _lVlanhattan, Kans.; Mr. and ML and Mrs. Herman My- and Mrs. Durrell Mulb.tt ful company. Mary HowardI ter and brothc.r-in-law, Mr. Rex andti Mrs. Royal Draper and Stan- ers were surprised Sunday and grandson, Jamie, of and three children have land Mrs. Tom Greenwood icy, Valparaiso, Nebr.; Mr. when Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Wichita, Mrs. Flay Hunt- been here. Mark coutdn'tland family at Casp,r, Wyo. CARD OF a.~)d Mrs. Louie Feyh, Sa- Colvin and family from singer, Mrs. Mabel Simmons come as he is working. Leo-lAnother sist:;r. Mrs. W.B. ~ nna, Karts.; T. Sgt. and Mrs. , Wichita came to visit them. and Mrs. LaVerne Dewitt of nard, Margaret and Geo! [Davis, and husband and Thanks to all _ They were old friends and Denver, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan frey, Carolyns sons, hawldaughter, Debbie, of Tulsa, for their ; [:1 ierry Corbin, Barbara, Phyl- ss, Richard, Rent, Terri, Mi- MANKATO PEE WEES , .IZ went to Burr Oak to renew Shull of Lawrence, Mrs. Ed- been here. "We are all fineI Okla. were on the same while t was 't l Chelle and Janice, Offutt th raobn tVRoP' t lr oUr Auu, old acquaintances. Mr. Col-ith McFarland of Fairbury, and will see you after Laborlplan with Mrs. Fair from hospital. A. F. B., Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. The Mankato Pet Wets re- Neeper, Harlan Noble, Terry vin was born and raised at Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Clell Day." Denver to Casper and Holly ---Mrs. Richard Fairchild and Deb- cently finished a satisfactorY iOrtman, Tim Dodd, Wade Burr Oak. They took Mr. Hancock and Dennis of Burr accompanied Mrs. Fair Fo bit Kay, Sal/na, Karts. season. "['he team tied for 2nd Alexander, Jack Alcorn, and and Mrs. Herman Myers to Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Litt- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Benn- i home and visited here and in League play, won their Ronnie Simon. Sutton, Nebr. to visit their rell of Nelson, Nebr., Mr. ett and Mr. and Mrs. Harve with her father, J. G. Jacobs, MANY THANKS: F. R. Fair, who has been first game in the Regional Back Row: Doyle Alcorn, daughter, Mrs. Curtis Kell, and Mrs. Ira Huntsinger, Mr. Decker of Burr Oak were and wife at Superior, Nebr. ,,,-- on a People to People good Tournament at Osborne be- manager, Adrian Meyer, Friday afternoon, and Mrs. Verle Michael, and Saturday evening dinner until Monday. Thanks Will tour in Europe cal d fore losing the second.Jack Beck, Ralph Hamilton, ------------ the Blacks of Mankato. guests at the Clarence Meek- ------ friends that : ent :Mrs. Fair Saturday upon The coaches would like to coach, Carey Hiltgen, Max Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ross -------- ----- er home. Mrs. Edith McFarland of wers arrival in New York. He is thank the parents for taking Ortman, coach, Scott Hamil- qnd son, Jon, of Van Nuys, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tyler - ----------- Fairbury, N.:;br. came Friday way during:' ih [ a friend, Jay O. Ro- cars to the games, and all ton, and Roger Wagner. Calif. are here visiting his and daughters, Glenda and ofLOwel Newlin and family for tho Huntsinger reunion hospitaI and lives in Connecti- others who helped in an:, Several other members of Gus Ross, Judy, returnedlastweek had droner which .was held Sunday, here ,at:ili the team were not :from Mrs. Oscar 28.[ a guest at ....... ,, ..... : ! , home;' ...... :i:~' ,': /; '