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SEPTEMBER 8, 1966 Jewell County Record, Mankato, Kaasas 19 Natlonal--Advar rising Repremntatlve KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INf. 701 Jackson, Topeka, Kan. 66601 'ATIONAL EDITORIAl Jewell County Record Mankato, Kansas 66956 '~rhe Newspaper of Jewell County" THE BOYD FAMILY Owners and Publishers F. W. BOYD, JR., Editor Mrs. Frank Boyd, Associate Editor "Any good thing that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now and not defer it for I shall not pass this way again." Second Class Postage Paid at the Post Office, Man- kate, Kansas Subscriptions: $3.00 per year in Jewell County and surrounding counties (Smith, Osborne. Mitchell, Cloud, Republic counties in Kansas, and Nuckolls and Webster coun- ties in Nebraska. $4.00 a year elsewhere. Subscribers are asked to notify this office at once when they have a change of address. FOR HOME FOLKS M. A. B. poke into the bottom of the creek ahead of her to see if new holes had been made during flood conditions, and with the staff she steadied me as I crossed or waded. We climbed the bank on the other side and ran right into a thicket of elderberries. All our efforts were rewarded as we snipped great bunches (as large as dinner plates) from bushes and dropped them in- to baskets. I proudly made the trip across the White Rock (1 failed to see any rocks) without the aid of a rod. Those baskets of Ins.. claus berries would have been a problem for me, but not for Morn. She is equal to any task. "We only tarried at the house long enough to ex- change our boots for our own shoes, and to wash up. We had just a peep at the large, roomy, comfortable home of the Wilsons, a pic- ture of homey hospitality, then hurried home, arriving just. before a shower." tlowever, that was the last time I had to go huf ting el- derherries. My good friend, our former Congressman, rest Fair with my son. For- rest had just returned from a trip behind the Iron Cur- gain and had many interest- ing experiences. My daugh- ter, Mary, and my grand- daughter, Betty, were there too. In fact, we found a number of Jewell county folks near us. Miss Irma Nixon of Jewell has been a patient at the Medical Center for a few weeks, and is get- ting along satisfactorily. Iter sister, Mrs. Jean 15almer, and husband, Everett Pahn- er, had been with Irma a few days, and they visited Bus, too. Rex Divel and Mrs. Hoffer of Jewell were also in the same hospital but I did not see them. I accompanied Mary and Betty home S 'n- day afternoon. We stopped at Clay Center and saw an- other branch of the Boyd family, Jim and Frances (Boyd) Logback and Frank and Lydia. * * We enjoyed a nice visit with Dr. Robert Owcnsby, who with his family, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Schaefer. I asked about the family and Dr. said the boys could hardly be coaxed away from the Lovew l[ Lake, where his brother, Dr. Lindell Owens- by, had a sail boat. earned on the Standard of Excellence.A Silver Medal Zontest was won by Larry Ruthi of Kill Creek. Others speaking were Cindy Win- :dew and Dianne Dillon of Northbranch, Rex Johnston and Belinda Bales of Mt. Ayr. lnstalk:tion of new of- ficers was conducted by the StaLe President, Mrs. Wini- fred Peterson. Roll call was 'answered by six urq(ms with Nerthbranch receiving the prize for the most miles traveled and Mt. Ayr for having the most members present. The convention closed with the group form- ing the friendship circle and singing "Blest Be The Tie", followed by the Aaronic Benediction. Phillipsburg will be host to the State Convention this year. It will be held October 18-20 in the Methodist Church. / q III ............ Mankato FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SU AY L,, ~ ; ' ~ .... 9 SEI I EMBER - 10 11 Starting at 7:30 p. m. ........ I Wint Smith, brings me all A speech is like a wheel-- story follows: the elderberries I can use for the longer the spoke, the "Saturday evening we jelly and juices. .'ii~, greater the tire. drove to the home of Mrs. " : ..... . -MAB- A. W. Wilson's farm to * Never smoke in bed--the gather elderberries. 'Morn' aln No Main Street ashes you leave may be your met us at the gate. We don- Saturday.Night OWn. i ned rubber boots according Y