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TY a.d CLUBS (Items must be in by noon Monday) E.H.U. note was read from Lila E.H.U. met Smith for serving the wed- Gayl Han- ding luncheon and reception. was called Adelaide Reguier reported our president, the Rummage Sale held on As our next Friday, September 11 was a trip to Red huge success because of all tour of the rummage brought and the Museum, we faithful workers. It should be it and around 15 noted that rummage was ~to go, maybe more. brought from other churches caller know ahead if throughout the county. Since cannot go. There the General UMW Meeting going. Millie On October 7 will be guest was available day, it was suggested the go calling committee be used to Cather Museum. remind the members. The a donation to Western Conference will be House in Man- held in Goodland on October Hancock gave a 23 and 24. The Fellowship on A Per- Dinner will be in the church for Good Health. basement Sunday, Septem- a Craft Day ber 27. Marlene Neilson asks 17. We stood and for volunteer help in the crib Flag Salute and room for either Sunday an- School or church. Anyone who old home could help, please give her a next meeting call. The September birth- landlet days were acknowledged. You plan on going. Donna Silsby gave the lesson, --S.M., Reporter "Of What Should a Man be Proud if not his Friends," a quotation from Robert Lewis Stevenson. She closed with a poem entitled "Garden of Friendships." An auction was held. --Reporter met at the Peugh on V, September 16. were Marlene Kadel and Caro- opened with a devotion "All Thy Him." and one Smith, answer- a First Day of A thank you NOTICE The V.F.W. Auxiliary will honor the Gold Star Mothers at a tea Sunday, September 27, 2 p.m., at the V.F.W. Hall. The committee would like to see all Auxiliary members there. Prizes will be given. Carroll Hajny with a surprise at the Man- Friday, Sep- and rela- the blessed Jim and Ella Nebr.; Sorrells, Evart and and and family of and Mrs. Glenn Hajny, Brooke and i achel, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hajny, Rhonda, Steven and Jon Hajny and Jami Rafferty. After a delicious barbecue supper the honored guests opened their lovely gifts and shared their many cards received from friends and relatives. The beautiful anni- versary cake was baked by Kate Hajny. Carroll and Clarabelle gave a special thank you to all. 4-OUNCE SIZE TRIAMINIC DM Cough Formula SYRUP or EXPECTORANT YOUR CHOICE 14-OZ. $1" METAMUCIL VALUE DIETAC I .Sllm11, II I ,, " ultra brRe 7-OZ. COLGATE t-OZ. ULTRA RITE TOOTHPASTE PICG. $0, EXTRA TYLEHOL CAPSULES $4.41 VALUi n.U. THERMOMETER "" ' 169 VALW MANKATO EAGER BEAVERS The Mankato Eager Beav- ers met at the Methodist Church basement Monday, September 14, for the Sep- tember club meeting. County Agents Bill Wood and Lynda Bass were present. Mr. Wood led a discussion on the pur- poses and benefits of 4-H membership. Three of the identified benefits were: Par- ents and children working to- gether; Learning how to per- form as officers of a club; and learning how to talk to groups of people. Pare Moore and Sue Cooper were selected to be the Community Club Leaders for 1981-1982. Charlotte Plet- cher, Kathy Ahlvers and Ros- alie Menhusen were ap- pointed to the parent advisory committee. Pare Moore an- nounced that the club would meet with the Buffalo Valley 4-H Club in Jewell September 28 for an exchange meeting. Penny Menhusen announced that the next meeting would be October 10 in the Faraway Credit meeting room. The meeting adjourned. The Moore family provided re- freshments. --Reporter KANSAS FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS Modern Minerva Club met at Mrs. Jim Trafton's home September 17. The theme for 1981 is "Build to Renew." With this in mind we wanted to take a look at "Our He't- age" by visiting the Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial in Red Cloud, Nebr. We also enjoyed a tour of the Willa Cather home and the railroad station. We went through the Webster County Museum. Lunch was enjoyed at The Palace. Nine members at- tended. --Rec. Sec. FLOWER LOVERS CLUB Mrs. Ola Wilbeck enter- tained 12 members of the Flower Lovedrs Garden Club in her home September 17 at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Alfred Ross, president, called the meeting to order. Roll call was an- swered by jokes, clever say- ings and poems. Mrs. Wilbeck showed a Guinea Bean which was 3 feet long and most unique. Mrs. Lyle Swinton - i i S "! .- ..., ." and Miss Edna Walker were oi the last meeting : !lIFE 421320250;SenateSen" OfficeR°bertBuflding,D°le' JEWELLThursday,COUNTYSept. 24,RECORD1981 appointed as the nominating were reed and approved. The I t Womea Washington, D.C. 20810; Rep. Page 3- Section 1 committee for 1982 officers, guess box, furnished by the Election will be held at the hostess, was guessed by t Involved in Pat Roberts, 1428 Longworth top---o a' Oct°ber meeting" A questi°n Ailene Shoemaker" A l°vely I [ s °H°use Office Building' wash" and answer period brought lunch was furnished by the ington, D.C. 20515; Sen. dresser no different than help- discussion on plants which can hostess. The next meeting Nancy Kas baum, 304 Rus- ing themselves to a cookie be used in the house in areas will be in two weeks with What do you do hen y u sell Senate Building, Wash- sitting on a kitchen counter. where light is restricted, how Elsie Zedina as hostess,livebUy ups productto the standardsthat does youn°t ington, D.C. 20510 .eporter aB°thlureC°°kiethat isandmorem°neytemptationCan be geraniums can be brought--Reporter expect? DO you go back and than children can resist. indoors properly to insure When stealing money is done maximum winter bloom, FELLOW buy the same product, or do treatmentand mildew°fonblaCkrosesleafand spOtrea. Potluck.SePt" 25: Golden Years yoUthatgOdoeselsewheremeet yourand buYstand.One fulin sUChdi ussioninnocence,witha thought-ehfldre,. ards? about why this is "wrong sons why apparently healthy Sept. 28: Deluge beef pat- grape vines bear no fruit, ties, au gratin potatoes, toss- Hard red winter wheat " (C mti.ued on Page 5) Miss Grace Jenkins presented ed salad, rolls, cookies, grown in Kanm, and the a very timely and interesting Sept. 29: Oven fried chick- High Plains area, is excellent * ! lesson on "Hanging Plants." en, mashed pOtatoes and for bakingpurpo s, but the She discussed seven vital gravy, cole slaw, rolls, rasp- Kansas Wheat Commission points in this area including berry sherbet, has pointed out that in two containers, soil, type of plants Sept. 30: Sausage patties separate studies, a variety, to use, locations for hanging, with mushroom gravy, pine- Ansa, widely grown in Call- how to transfer plants, etc. apple beets, oatmeal muffins, fornia, and classified by the She also gave each member a lima beans, apricot cobbler. Federal Grain Inspection Ser- typed copy of a recipe for Oct. 1: Ham and scalloped vices shard red winter wheat basic mix potting soil to be pOtato casserole, green beans, is not suitable for baking and I-LINESLYNDA / is mainly suitable for live- used. In conclusion she reed apricots, whole wheat rolls, stock feed. Foreign countries i by S. I ] Jewell C utnty Extension the lovely autumn poem, chocolate pudding, who buy this wheat expecting I He, me "October s Bright Blue Oct. 2: Salmon loaf, cream- it to be baking quality will I policyholders | Weather byHelen Hunt ed peas and celery, sliced probably look elsewhere the BEING A PARENT J likelikeind|v-_indiv- J Jackson. Following the pro- tomatoes, cornmeal muffins, next time they want to buy. - PART m iduats, not lemon pudding. Since 3 out of 4 bushels of the Stealing numbers.., gram Mrs. Wilbeck conducted a tour of her spacious home. This was a real treat for the home was built about 1906 and contains lovely, old fur- nishings besides the beautiful wood in its construction. Re- freshments were served by Mrs. Wilbeck and club ad- journed to meet on October 15 at the country home at Mrs. Lyle Swinton. Margaret Countryman will be respOn- sible for the lesson. FRIDAY P.M. CLUB After a summer vacation for the Friday P.M. Club, we met for the first meeting of the fall at the home of Eunice Suchsland with nine members answering roll call. A lovely dessert of salad and coffee was served. A short business meeting was held. The rest of the evening was spent in playing canasta with Helen McCammon having high score. The next meeting will be September 28 at the apart- ment of Lela Lamb. --Reporter SUNSHINE CIRCLE CLUB The Sunshine Circle Club met on September 9 with Ruby Scarrow as hostess. Five members and one guest, Mrs. Ruth Sanderson, were present to answer roll call. II .... Delta and Marine Green 219 S. Mill Phone 738-2028 l loit,, Ks. TYPEWRITERS -- Service and Repair OFFICE SUPPLIES Pickup and Delh,~y every other Wedmmlay at HARPER PROFESSIONAL ELECTRONICS Mankatoo Ks. For reservations, please call 378-3385. CALENDAR Thursday, September 24 - Kiltie Club - Mrs. F. W. Boyd Kensington Club - Tborborg Russell Bide-A-Wee Club - Nellie Groves W.Y.W. - Clarice Decker Monday, September 28 - Friday P.M. Club - Lela Lamb Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson of Boise, Ida., were recent visitors of Geneva Ost. They have spent the past week or so visiting friends and rela- tives in the Burr Oak and Mankato area. wheat grown in the United States is expOrted it is urgent that this grading system be changed. David Frey, assistant edministrator of the Kansas Wheat Commission, said, "We cannot expect our grain to be represented in the market- place as a quality product when the classification system is useless, or even detri- mental to our agricultural system." W.I.F.E. urges you to write your Congressmen and the Federal Grain Inspection Service asking this grading system for h.ard red winter wheat be changed. Write: Ken Giles, Administrator, Federal Grain Inspection Ser- vice USDA, Washington, D.C, Some children find taking Flowers tA e Life Brighter. 9:00 "A.M. to S:00 P.M. Mondays thru Fridays 9:00 A.M. to 1|:00 Noon Saturdays PHONE 371-1715 After 5:N P.M. Call: Cindy 378~7SS Jori 37S-3t48 I I I each has different Preen N8 S. Center - Mookato Like a good nelghbor, State Farm is there. STATE FARM Insurance Companies Home 0W~s: 81ncmington. |llhl~l FALL ADULT EDUCATION CLASSHS CKAVTS BELOIT CAMPUS Classes Begin First Week of Octoberr 1981 NO. OF BOOKS & NESTING COURSE HOURS TUZTZON EQUIPMEWT INSTRUCTOR HIGHT NEETIb'G PLACE J , Bricklaving BrlcklaNing 30 $ 9. O0 $ 20. O0 D. Allphln I,I Business Personal Income Tax 36 11.00 ii.00 J. Webb T Basic Accounting 36 iI. O0 13.50 A. Smith H Intermediate Accounting 36 II. 00 13.50 J. webb T(4:30 Retail Salesmanship 36 ii. O0 18.50 J. Loper T Car~ntr~-Cablnetmaklnv Basic Carpentry and Cabinetmaking 36 Ii. 00 Optional R. Quillln T 6 Th Rcof Framing 30 9.00 30. O0 J. Lackey W Diesel Fuel .~stems Diesel Fuel 3~gstams 30 9.00 Optional J. Akers H for Trucks, Cars, Tractors, etc. ElectricitW ~ 8lectzonics Zntro.to Hicro-Computer 36 ll.O0 20.00 S. Creltz H Intro. to BeSiC 36 ll. O0 20. O0 S. Creitz H Beginning ~lectronias 36 ii. O0 30. O0 K. Ver ing M 2981 llat'l Blect. Code 36 11.00 20.00 J. Gilbert W Home 'onomics Upholstarv 36 11. O0 Optional C. Albert H Production Ag Soil-Wutrient Plant Relationship 36 11. O0 20.00 S. Chapman if Plumbing, Heating Air Condi tionin~ Air Conditioning & Reg. 72 22.00 15.00 L. Watt8 H • T Solar Theory 12 3.50 15.00 L. Watts Basic Arc with Nl~* 40 12.00 * D. Turner N CONTIb~IO~$ PROGRANS Cardiopulmonaur~ Re- suscitation (CPR)** I0 3.00 2.00 To Be Assigned Geriatric Aide** 90 27.00 Nursing Assistant** 90 27.00 9.00- To Be Assigned 9.00 TO Be Assigned Sric;r.Zayinf Dept. • ue/ne Dept. Business Dept. )Business Dept. #usiness Dept. 24 llwtj & ;:sin St. Carpentr~ Dept. Farm Eq.t ch.Dept, B @ E Dept. X & B Dept, g ~ X Dept. B S B Dept. R,R. 3, BelOit Production Ag Dept. Plb. ,atE.,& A.C. Dept. Plb. ,Etg, ,~ A.C. ~ept. Welding Dept. Nursing Dept . Basement Hitchell County Hoep. ay AssiSt Assi~t EE |I Is your car sot to UO in snow? Be sure before the cold' weather strikes. Bring it to us for e complete Winter tune-up eoonl: * Furnish own safety equipeant (gloves, glasses, oxy-acet goggles, arc ~ldlng hood) ** For inforn~lon call: 738-2259 In order to ~roll in one of the courses listed above, complete Item 1 of the "COmnunlt~ Needs Assessment', .and sergl it, along with a check for tuition, to NCKAVT~. The student must be at least sixteen (16) ~esrs of age. Ten (10} persons are needed to start a class. If a class does not fill the first night, ~our check will be returned. Enrollment will also be taken Monday, October 5, at 7:00, and/or the first meeting night, at the designated locations. DETACH AND PlAIL TO: Charles F. mChuck" Self ~CKAVTS P. O. Box 507 BelOit, KS 67420 Telephone: 738-2276 COIaNUHITY HEEDS ASSBSSNEHT This form will assist NCKAVTS to plen and implement progrem~ that sstisfv the contln~Ing education needs for the coming 8c21ool ~eaz. Here is ~our chance to tell us ~w ~ can best $ez~e ~ou. Nacre Last First Niddle Address Telephone Street Cl t~ Zip i i. List courses sou wish to attend: fRemember to at ch your enzol/n nt fee) Course Title Tuition Location PRESCRIPTION SERVICE s,.. ,,... ~/'L.at n er FREE DELIVERY SERVICE EI3411M CARRY OUT ensen ., Inc. 2. S,h~ects sou are interested in NCKAVTS to teach: (Please be specific) 3. Subject Nou are qualified to teach for I~IGWTS: Bags C~n~ua ....... Other Location We. wish to thank you for taking the ti~ to complete this asamsament. Please retur~ immediately.