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!:~ I " g I]wtth M Kenneth Ball" MI' i ' " n I n THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1966 3ewelll County Reeora, Mankato, Kansall PAGE IB =__ ,, ~ i , i ill I ,,, ....... , , ;,,, -:--- __..--.---. -~_ F.W. BOYD, JR., Editor our governmental structure. [Lewis, told Mr. Kale that we lEulogy--- a dedicated citizen .... II II I IAL ".~/l U O. ~ IIIUIIIO. L UII ; ~ ~ lWWlll ~VilllVll~ ~ ~--'~r'-A N I &~ IMrs. Frank Boyd, Associate City governments appearlwould eat lunch at Ehza-[Dr. C. S. Hershner and Trnbute to Plo eers , =, q " Editor helpless to protect human beth's Tea Room". When we[Esbon Township Pioneers To All brave pioneers, n, [ | ... J 19 ~ ~ "An,, oood tilin- that I life State governments arelfinished lunch and the busi-I ----- goes the credit for the many -'---: Ime r =, I "--'-~ ~4~,,-'-.~ ~l---,n1$/ lean do~. o~ an,' kindness that paralyzed by lack of tax rev-lness meeting, Mr. Kale had[ . . . rich blessings we so orion /11 el "' I Ira, "~AL-AI[~LCd[~II~" l eanshowto an,, human enues. The Federal Govern-llocated the Tea Room, hadl Carved from .the virgin casually accept May our lllll I I I]lt~ "- .Ih i.. .-, a,, ..... and meat is torn between the de-[his car parked in front and[sail al this time, lacing nard- Wsk be not to accent and ~'--- q l ~ .~ II [l~lL ~'~Jm b,,.,.,,,,, !1:7,",~';:; ~"~fT,~" n-t minds of a crucial warlcame m and waited for melships and trials, the history reap the h'lrvest of their In- IIIm I KANSAS pR|$$ SERVlC|, INC. II''" ""'"'*hl ......... .......;,,,o .. " abroad and the pressures ofl(although Ileft a httle early).lol' ' Jewell C)unty,'( charac-' bars,- but ~to take un their" llll I ' ~. ! I~k~ 701 Jackson, Topeka, Knn 6660,11 grouI)s at home that force|We arrived home before sev-/t~,~stm of all prancer tern- u.,.,~.eu-"""l'a"n t'"cU .......... .~n,~ r...,r.,,~ i~'- . I imm :. --- " J Second Class Postage Paid bi, ,er and bi ,er deficits in en The weather was ,odd tar is the ,:tar of all these , ~r,. a ,.,; , .....~af .. gg gg ." g. - Y . ~ Y ...... a ...........e, ....... at the Post Omce, Man- the Treasury /free roads and a good driver / ...... ...... sturdy t)loncers who forsook .~...~.;..a ~ ..... ~;...,.~a c~,,. M,...I..~,~ ATIONAL EDIIO I , . . - . . . 1, ..... ,.u ,~ a ........................ , r.~ ,~Rl~l/kato, Kansas City after city is plaguedllf we felt hke talking, we]birthplace and family ttes, task is to o live and recon- ~.~.~__.1 [A SS(~p-&,TI,~ ]Subscriptions: with "demonstrations" and]talked, or we kept silent, land came wcgt to build an sccrate anti rede~Jicat~ Our FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY "~..~2E~ ~ /.~3 00 her year in Jewell disorders led by irresponsible/This was a very easy and I inland empire. To them goes u .... ~., ,~ ........ ;,,~ ....... "'~" ' ; ' ]f2ount3~ an~t surrounding elements who put their own /restful trip for me. When lithe credit for the develop- 'e'ra~on'wi~l'cai*ch"t'];'e'visio"nl SEPTEMIWR 2 - 3 - 4 Jewell County Record /counties(Smith, Osborne interests above those of the [got tired I got in the baeklment of this rich heritage o,a ,.u,, from,)url aea= [Mitchell, 21oud, Renublic community ]seat and lay down and slept. I which stands today, a man- a, t nd [ Starting at 7"30 n m. .......... , ............. [counties in Kansas*- and Crime has increased to an 1- On arrival in Mankato l lurn{,nt to their endeavors ....... ;\',~, ........ ~, ,. : .~ I " ~-" -- ----'- JNuckolls and Webster' court- unprecedented degree as law/went to the Correll Coffee I J~)siah (Joe) Herslaner and ur.cml~rgneve, r,,r,e'a,~ze,toel ,, A, , ~t,., ,,~ "l'he Newsnaner of .lowoll hio, in Nohra~ka enforcement is frustrated. /Shop. I was greeted by that |wife, Ann (Brodbeck) Hersh- ""~" "*"~,L ;" ........... ~ I I ~1 II I I IIII I Iti .... -Countyk "- " - ............... $400 a year~ .... elsewhere .....The economic life of the faithful trio (Elizabeth Nich-/ner e~arents (,f Dr. Charles: neerS,full reWn'Cna on,We nCannoldingneVer[ Ll_ lI ] country IS threatened with/diS Elsie Hooker and RaY-IHershner came bvwauon to Y P Y'...Y,. . ] --. " ~- _[ S.ubscr!berso..are asked to disruption by labor groups of ,l mond Nichols) whoeat s up~[Esbon from Oregon; Mo. tier ~ann~efl'gtar~amdgsUtPt[l] .,il~ ,,~"} "~ ""7,~?'..~__?.~q~l~nm nOtlly mls Orllce at once unlimited and unrestricteal Der mere every 5aturoa3 I. ~. .~ P~ ,~ .......,~ ..,~ P ...... : / ~n-~ Q :~t nTmnv,anr~ THE BOYD FAMILY when they have a change of power who are interfering night Mr and Mrs paul' " w re al~ofought and gladly dicd for, i ..... ~': ~ . Owners and Publishers /address. with a sound functioning of Huffman were sitting'at the/Y:f , tsTho YLu,: "B .l e( canwe inn smallway r pay/ --- !the private-enterprise sys- same table. Kay Jones, Beth],,~,tai,,,~ in infancy Robert them Let's ~eep ~menc~]-- ~r.u~l~l~-~, ~,~::~ - -, tern. I Bohnert and Mike Dillon I;', ..... "7~ ..... ~ ,(,- ........ unsmirched, as tlmy passeo / II~'~"~F~!!~ i~~~%.>~jL,"~'~ ~. I IVIIIt--L/ ~1 II~t//Lll l innocent citizens [ham were our pleasant wait-/ ..... : ,, ~ '_. " ..... at stake. May we and our[ ...~;. ~+: "+:::~,L,, ~~" ~1 ',' town Ol LSDOn rests on Ltle ~ ~ ", , / , , '.~, ~ ;,. , 1 ,ac, uau ,nlu'e II Tha .... ram.., u .... alresses. I had a little vis t/ ........ childrenever reahze that ... / > ...... " .... ilwatchful e,,,~ on ever,, myra Iwiul L.,ic:tttt=, ratLn ~t,~ "~"'/.. ". ...... a ~'~u ,.~a~l~)~,S '~*"- .... J" NUPA~nn~Ak~A|,dAh e "~r v ~,~ d I iv,. a.n. Iler and invokes the a atitru i[este, the three lovely girls/ner:snn m Jtwasestaonsneu stronger or any greater thanl ,, ouunmv,u .... ""..171 In 1~551 when t.narles was .. -'- I~ ........ : .............Iof Mr and Mrs. Murl Nelson./ ' ' " the moral fiber of its indi-I Camleine ~ ,_ " It ~ ................... lB..* "'"v'n " "o~'~''-*i'' inIDiane will be nn the first |ckven y~-.ars old..lt was s u -; vidual citizens or the Chris-] I~,,w, I~,..,.aL~---- DII~aP _i~l||nl~ ",,,._~ J' r you on me 1in or ataustms reveal that a _ . ]or~dt~ at phnnl thi........ A l vcved and nlattea ny the ms- .. ..._ % .. .... ram rt nu$ .,.1, Pro.ress it ma,, blow -ou to lhi.h school -raduate can ex-Irestraint of trine arises to " 7Y.-";..... ? yc ., .,.u ........ ......... uan quautles num~e~. I =,d least but last .,~ml~l~' . Piec~es. ' " ~ pe~t to earn about $215,000'strike, down the freedom talent^n 2_~,n,~zgzt2.%~,2~l~|b--li~:r,,'~ ~wa'"O'"l~'r~si~en**~"~i'~ .............. . I WooduNlen n'v^^v. ~/IAW I in "a lifotimo u,ho,-ta~q ,ha operate airlines me monaD-/'men awls. vvcitit~l an,o. ~,~, . . ~ _. o . " I~]kKD UP IH/~l'~il~3 [ ama-?~--" -'at ~wl ~1~ lvv|e~ I1r ~:lm _ - ....... - ~'- v ........................ : ...... - ~going to like Lermra Blay- ~ was one oI me newest towns n__ -,, ..... n aL 1,i Be wary of half-truth--it student who does not finish o~y at me moor union goes/ ................. li- the count" and was es- 7-'7. .... [ UI~U|II Ilhdl'llCH~ ~l~J~! rn~,, ~... +~. ........ ,.~,* Ih;o~ ~oh,~,,i ......... , ~ untouched as the Adminis-/lcK. t visited a mue wnneu u ...... y, . ...... We want to take tins op-I ..... "'--'"'-"" ~ '1 -s 0~ .... -I~IA~B~ "'*'" ]e"a~n abo'u't"$140'()00~'~erson's tration and Congress timidly]With PaulineNoble_and Betty] taons.nea ~ugust ha, i~: portunity to thank each and] -" j~ look on /lnompson at me Ute Paul shortly utter me ~ocK island .... ; ........ ...Iwith less than' an ei;hth " -I . ..... everyone who assisted in| /l /teallt gl ta ainlll efi timll II ~CllLICJIIflll 1;~ d lllall WlIUI , . ~ [ I ' Ke : . -- holds the dad r open whfie grade educat,on willearn. The use of campaign funds ~tWaSstsaek~lngy g tt~eket.Sp:nd ' ~hCntplt:cr:Ugnn~l n:Pvnngg tthe :any ~oaY. yr~ng [hee~llness.] , Q.~~~~~J. chest, wife brings in the gro-~ifbgUst a$106,000 during h~s by labor groups to buy aine told me that her husband I tv~de and country of Old Sa-Your kind ex"ressmns of ries LL p majority Ol me votes in ~on- u .... h r an- Mr nci J" "" "" " "" ,~ fie-' P " I ~ ..... : ..... . 1 , ,: ,, . t~narles, ana e o . a lem ~arl vaugnn verl.u " r My nmghbor Floyd Dawes, Don t you be cheated out tress is well known But I ......... I _ " ...... sympathy will be long e- / .... "~ . a . , ~ - , " ". Ivlrs t~utcn lnompson nao the I'lct that me town was Re~easedlhm : Sked me why I dldn t hav,. of earnings in the $100,000 such scandalous behav,or In I.~ " ......... ] ",'. ........ membered. | ~J~q~'~.~"ARTn~S " ' " * ' " '0ha crazy suit Friday. I said I bracket by being listed in the our democracy is not punish-[~e~typmtUrnedSnpWd~iaeeu ~aa~ ]~alnechEZ:c~enr at~er ~c~l:~s --Mrs. C. S. Hershner | ............. ~, I was crazy enough without l 'drop-out' list The last four ed under existing law. The]~. .... t~..~. ..... a r-or.l],a ...... . . Mr. Earl Hershner | ~~ ' a suit. Floyd retorted: "Guess l years in high school and that lack of courageous leader- ]~,~a~.,~. ~'~'u'~,,-""-~-~t'~ and later.cnangea.to Mr.-and Mrs. C. T. Bradley / il W i lom 1 'S *VLUt.~ ..,~... o,.,,,,,~ p~p ,~v. Lsoon Lsoon l~ellOg W,~S me e have a truthful editor if- d'p a w'll increase one. ship is all too apparent. Iw-"l who were in sho 'v]o - ' ......... and Zoe / .............. ,i[LBA II I ter all " earnings about $I00,000 i A committee of Conoress I*~,P ." .... '- _ /tirst white cmla nora in ~s-. / ~[=~H~)~Ot.OIr , .~" ...... I .... " ...... ~' 'lincmaeu many, nut ~ got melt.,,n T ..... The first Post ~ n ---liKen tram ~racKer I -~w~t~- at its hearings recent]y, en-n ........ ~ ......p. . - ___.-, . . n .... ,, ,, names at amy a iew lVlF # Crumbs by Bob Boyd. The Era Of Anarchy" countered disorders instigat-]~a ~.o o,a,,~, w~{,~,~,.'[master was Sammie Woods. i mlkA ,l. m |Ill II n Ill!lllllll/~l -MAB- [by David Lawrence ed by extremist groups--I ...." ......... '/Esbon Twsp Is located m VV I IUI;:t.lt :) / , , . . t-atricla, Jonn and t.arn, " ve e r h tmr of Jewell Co da to sue the lad es t ther r ,ular meetm s Se t 6 at Education: Money-Wise [ Hmtorlans some day will some of whose members ha IRhonda Linda and Martv]th not ' . [ y .... ' " " 'a ,I ':g ' 'g What is an education]write that the United States admitted Communist connec-]Raffert Mr and Mrs Ger-/The sod house the Hershner Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00/Mr. Wilbur Jamieson. [the Legion Hall, A btl f!lle s Worth? The high school stud-fin the 1960s experienced an tions. /o,a "o.,a o a[family first occupied stood A. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-] Miss Maye Balch was a isession will be ent often asks this question;[.era of anarchy unparalleled ~..The anarchy goes further[ i ke" i r on."_" Ve m*iss e]in the northwest,corner of 8:00.P.M. , . ...[Wednesday afternoon vi."itor[proml)t!y at 7:30 p, m, M m- l~ext weeR, the nails atI]n a 1rye country governea ~treet aemonstrators engag.l~ ;hr, r,, *azhiPh i~ cln~od this/the plot, which in later years MISS ~va t~ramer visited/in me taome. ]hers, please rememt~r::~t learning_ open'_ in most partsloriginally by a written Con- in violence as they ]was uraced bv the "Hersh- Mrs. Mattie Metz Tuesday Friday morning callers of'it is, now time to ...... f the state, giving students sUtutlon and once dedicated a law which would, .... T ,,,m-son re-ular/ner Green House , which be- afternoon /Mrs O. R. Beeler were her dues. 1965 and l .dele, 0 .... ltlUll~ , " VV ~ va~.~l ~ vv i~La u " 1, ' : ' an opportunity to further Ira the principle of law and !ze the Government to tell lni ht watchman for Man-[came a famous land mark. M ss Lucy Wiley called]son, Mr. Don Beeler of Be-lgates t,, Kansas Girts' Stllte, meir stuaies in Chosen imos, oruer, me citizen to whom ne maYlu; n h,a Saturda,, nioht/ The first white settlement Wednesday on Mr. Wilbur/loit and her daughter, Mrs. With their mothersi Wtil Which will in turn offer them I We are !odayon the verge sell or rent his own property. Iof'( L'arr'y"'McKinnis came l in Jewell County was made Jamieson. i Leo Parians. Mrs. Parsons [our laucsts for the arighter Iuture. a complete oreaKoown oi , mooocracy to tazetnelalon,, wearin-a bi , star and]by Wlliam Hashburger and Mrs. Mabclle Simmons of I also visited her mother .';ev- ]At 8:0() o'clock Elaine Kate ..._. placeor aemocracy~ t:ven ~,' ~" ~" , c ' el" n who r 'su--os ]official hat. No chance for]wife, who settled along the Denver, Cola visited Mrs.|eral times during the we,:k. [and Cindy Halstead Wli1 re- .._ ergyme ,_ . a e ppt.-/me to get into mischief, with White Rock Creek, and by O. R. Beeler and Miss ALice Miss Alice Sellhorn wentI port on their week.~emt as ' ed to preacn aoctrlnes oI nu - , , . . : m-n love and conciliation:/bth those big guys looking I John Furrows who also .oak Sellhorn Friday. ito Belolt Saturday and ate|members of this orgtm~7~ "~ . .... /so I went auietlv down the/a claim nearby Thev were Miss Alice Ferguson ac-lsupper with her mother, lion made possible ~y ~ha ' " an0 ~ - ~" " nave olneame moo, ~ ~ ~ ~ I, ~1~ ~1~ J'( ..... i ]street - At the R-K Shopper/near the old town of White companied her brother, Mr [Mrs. Louise Sellhorn. [lo('al American Legion Aux- some nave actualty paruc-/ " er , Mr ols)n~ o I llk LI! I' ~ U~. ..... a; .... saw Mrs. M,chael Boy /Rock. The Clark family also John Ferguson, and Mrs. I . Guy F .'( f.Ran-']iliary and Lions Club, Nan' i r I ...... ,ho .... ;,,ped[Wlth Pammy and Tlna, wn /settled nearby. A battle be- F rguson to the Mankato[dall and Mr. Frank Folsomlcy Barth.h mew atgl CtU'O- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ur=l ~ violence"" '""""~ ~""~ """ """ ~ ]was riding" ' in" a grocery, c~tl~PI~ tween the Sioux' and one of Ctty' Park Saturday after-tar Jewell were.. Sund~y" , af-[iyn, ~LeC!alr*L:", ~." ~ '~;!~ Ivan was at home Mrs " : ...... ffie- b 1 :.l the Pawnees in which one noon Iternoon ws tors o1: their[of 13,!,.) r..tur ed nnurvn ~uru~ th~an a~tm~ ~l~aJtU~ l,,~or)aYlKenneth WellS of Denver waslof the Pawnees was mass- Mr'. and Mrs. Gene Barr-]~unt, Mrs. Mattie Smith .... IAlumn, mc, t~rtg, th!s.:~ar l'lltlbd~ lllllIIl ,oou~;o ..... ,o; involved and that ".. ..; . I acred, was warning enough ett of Randall called SUnday]~ Mrs. Mary Lou G "frith of It lad will "share the[~:::~,, ann Mrs Wells were week Esbo sto ed at the Home n an" '"w which is considered - ......... "l for them to leave, so they afternoon on his' mOther, I n pp' ': ' ' , tics a d plea t r : y ,a ena uests or me 1sailS. Mr. " ,. " " "~ : ....... ;;: ~a ....................... ,,.. _..;,,o. ...... r,,~ _ .g ....... ]returned to Knoxville, IlL. Mrs. Mlnme Barrett., I Frlday. , .. let thxs t~me., ~ey, ~; Se t;nev, aoor impure automauc, air ann .... # ~'~ and lv r z a,m wereto.: I A little Catholic stone i Mrs Stella Louder of Burr j Mrs. Will Lagergren call- [ first from here tO ch o, P '' " Y Next Saturday night will] '/'he pioneers had many .. _'tn .-., , = aai..i.:,'.z ' ": "' " - ~ .... "~,,.,I ~',lle ~,,.a~ 1964 Chev. 4 door B]scayne," ' 6' cyl., automatic, air that ',the. end lustlfles the soon roll around, lups and. downs, sorrows and Mr., wl-.,o,.e.. ''y" .... ii: ii!ilid:;iiii!ii ili!iiil i i iisut !v r'(ii!li!,iii!i 3 Chevy 11 - 4 door, 6 cy., s .... 'pork ,barrels' of the tax- had a visit with "Rev anct c . p ~ .~ nr ~' "" r" ' " .... ; .... - -a-ers mane'" . . ".. i n{.mla), Prank ~o au, IVLa- : . .~: 1 P y .v. Mrs Pittman ann Marnyn . ' " '~ 963 Ford - 6 cyl., standard trans. We need a majority which Ye Scribe en;o"ed LadiesI tin R.gan, Joe Llmburger, i 1961 Chev. 4 door Bel Air V.8, automatic, air=lit Psy tean oe dttda;heh r- Nignh a;tthg tL is, CwlU:n en,dY?k lt((! /iAhrn ii K !!y il ll AlL l Dg llA A,i,:i 19t , , .1 .... ..... + .... ,; .... ,1 ~.,~r by pressure groups with a of their famous steak dinne~s ] HOpston, J e ...... r, ,- ll F Jl llll llmm li l -,. ~t,t, ru ,tm,o[ au~v..a~.c ul,uow,,,,=- " interest control . ., ;., , ry rlersnner ann walter IXOD- , ......................................... ~ ","-~ , :~ material ...... erred ,, the shelter house] .... ~/)~i~:!:. : r ' lag much at me vaunt in our in the City Park I will chal-I i ; 1 u . l " ..... , i~*': ", ,' ,:,, %!~,: la,, ................. Congress and exe.ert a tragc lenge anyone, anywhere, tol Dr Charles Hershner ~')ii~ / ~l-1~I4Y (()~( -~)~ reel Air V-8, Automatic l ransmlss]on, Alr influence on me ~xecuuve. oroduce a "steak fryer" who1 / UL-- U ~u'~m ~,~ .... Of what avail is re-election ~ llins v,-..,.-,# ......... ,, ~ ..... .. Condmonmg .............. , can equal Carroll Co his Home Town for eighty [ I 4~ ai',::.; 1I It IS won at me co~L u~ Th,, ,.~,...b,~rs of the Lions " .......... /,e~ ar.a~,~ . and troubled ........ . ' sm years, ann never lost the //' 1961 Ford G alaxle 4.Door V-8, Automatic Trans-iself-respect a Club have such good t,mes, "common touch" with his | _~H~ ~4 n. ~'. ;, .. * conscience'!....... and I am happy to be includ- fMI ..... t ...... no~nlo .... =or ~ill / ' " ' "q~ ~/~ nllSSlOn When Will a t-reslaent ue-...~ :.. +~..,; ...... + );o, beanie .................. r-~--v--, "-~'t~'- ~U:"-~' / : .... _~2 ....... ,_, ..... ,_, cide that a single term which are so nice to me When I and ready to the very last to / . .,,.= I ,^. ,., I t'IUS everal umer t mue s truly serves the people is a o,o. oa .. support any wormy cause m W F/ I / ** I I : --- ........... more valuabie .contribution "r "Ralpl an l *R "*Sp*en -its b tlf. He was to. be- / ONtY WE HAVEA GOOD SELECTION OF NEW to higcPl C: ! grt an t l nh t a:r gh effir ce ngWeno . !!!dt iSe eW/:p 'ee ............ ,, o,no * x~,, m,),r,,t~ ~hro g r "i tion to my home, and I got ....... '.. u ...... ;i C.qn~dn' .... spectacular 2-hour nite Show... the most IOvhh' ~ ~u IVlUUISI.A~, lJUln v,~r~o ~-Lt~ li1~,lOWl~.~_-~, sure groups: , there -Wednesdav I had a ~vt,.Mcu, x) ........ -.2,'-."77' ,b. ....... r ,~resented to a Kansas audien-= Defeat in a wormy cause " "' ith "Dr Ru CentraI America, outn ' " ....... ~B~ ""~'r~' l: i 'i ~ ' 'i~:'l ~' TO CHOOSE FROM AT DRAS2ICALLY is only a temporary setback, gnie-el of Randall - Mr and America, as well as through- : m , Voodrow Wilson forthright- i s 'Johnny Ray'of Minne- out the U S He received ;:::5! .... / REDUCED t RICES ,y said in a campaign speech: apol'is visited with Mankato Post-graduate work in New :~::~ I ~ ~ ~ I~~ "--- ' ~~h~tatnhth:4 !iii~i ~h:{Sdf~:Y~s~ih{~t~ii Yii~;gs~)ew:~a':ck~hlF~L:ii!i" {/:": FRIDAT, SEPT, TH?:~H::LE OPR ~ !riump ' ...... lo-e" daughters were married, one phi a, ],as A, nge!es,_Chic~go, PERRY COMO SArURDAT, SIPS. ,0--PERRY COM0 Nl, SHOW : Know some uay wm n . living in California and one and internea in Lonoon, tmg- SUNDAY, SEPT. 11--PERRY COMO NITE SHOW MANKATO, KANSAS GMAC and Bank Financing Phone FR 8-8471 8.3 .] in Texas. Their son, John, is now in Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar New- lin spent Sunday with Mr. Ye Scribe had a board and Mrs. Lee Nichols of meeting of the Kansas Press Randall. Women in Wichita, Satur- lay, and my good neighbor, IIIIIII a.lton Kale, took me. I offer- to let him drive "Pepper" mt Mr. Kale said he was lsed to driving his own ~uick (it was air condition- 'd, too). Neither of us knew Wichita very well. We were to go' to 1548 Fairmont St. [ knew this place was two )locks south of tate University. driving s, land in his chosen field of Proctology. He and his faithful wife, Jennie, nurse, Miss Fickel and staff main- rained a thirty-five bed hos- pital in Esbon for forty Wichita Mr. Kale years. Truly, Esbon has lost II Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 Grand Ole FRL NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 9 Auto Races SAT.-SUN. AFTS., SEPT. 10-11 Thrill Show WED. NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 14 MONDAY, SEPT. 12--PERRY COMO NITE SHOW : : TUESDAY, SEPT. 13--PERRY COMO NITE SHOW WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 14- JOIE CHITWO00 THitlU Order Reserve and Box SEE THE PERRY BOX SEATS $3.50 [] TRACK SEATS $3.50 [] SAT. NITE (Sept. 101 MON. NITE (Sept. 12) NAME END BOX $2.$0 ~ :, [] SUN. m~ (~, TUES. NI~ (Se~~ (Check Dato of Porformapea D~i~odl ADDRESS ~h~ad cheek or mone~ or~r w;)h Ticket Oepor!ment, Mtd O~cl~ eady, ,0w.