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!/i! TY and CLUBS ,. {141m oust he in by aom Moadsy) ~AR tM.l. L-'lub. Roam, Mr. Dietz ~b. Mrs. RMph 0=. Club S. )arden Club C~b. BurlMu ,0et, 6 i Legion Auxiliary 01ub. Mrs. Marvin Women's OIub 7, - Mrs. Jack Oct 8 - [Mrs. Don ~b ~eet. Club met Monday 21, ,at the {BuCfalo ~ouse with Mr. Grah,am hosts. Jack Morris were n.ext meeting will the he.me o,f Mr. Locmis. Michael entertain- e'f ~t'he ,T & E her h0vne Tues- Sept. 2~. Mrs. and .Mrs. Ruth ~Uests. The bridge by Mrs. Ray- and Mrs. Finley guests were given served re. next meeti:ng Nichols Oct. P.~.O. 0~ the P.E.O. Tuesday, Sept. ~f Mrs. John read from thank- for the ~fare~v,ell presented to le~t for rtVake made for the for high the BuZMo w;as oa the b~'%aws a.nd by the were assisted Cinb met with hostess, F~even roll ea~. ,$10 to the G~rman wan as we phyed the Oetffa~r journey to the The hostess .~rma refres~m~er~ts at raeeting. ---,Reporter. Friday P.M. Club Entertained Mrs. Glenn Tyler e~tertained the men~oers o~ the Friday P.M. Club width a dessert can- asta party .at her home Satu,r- ch~ e~ening, Sept. 26. Mrs. Les- ter Bro~les .had hi!gh score. 'Lhe ne~t meeting will be a guest n~g~t Oct. 10 a,t the home ~f Mrs. Brey].es with Mrs. V. C. 6eirer and Miss Lena Dan~b co- hostesses. "Mr. and Mrs. Edward Imacsen Will Ce~br~te Z,~th ,Anniversary Open ~Iouse will .be held,, t~it- urday, October 10, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., at the 'a,t~ditori,um in ~'o~rn,oso in honor olf WIr. and Mrs. Edward ,Isa~acson'~ 2,~th wedding anniversary. Their children will be the hosts. Christian Gleaners gmnd~dm Club The Chris.tian Gleaners met -- Sept. ~2. ~We gave the Salute to Kensin~ton C~ub met with the ~merioan Flag, the Chris- Ruth IKier, .Thursday, Se~. 24. tian Flag, ~nd to the Bible. ,There were ~fifteen members OtIie Save the ,prayer. Sa~lly Oocklin bad the devotiona,l 'los- present. ~eu~ah FolSom ~as a guest. There was more discu~- sign abou't the Chub's: ~story. A committee had previously been appointed to bring .the b.i.'$- tory ttp~to-date. Our next meet- ing will be wlth LtmiRe B~mgs on O~taber 8th. R~fre~hatents were sewed. Green, Sac. Kllfle Club Thur~ay ,Mrs. ,I.awell Yasmer was bes- ~ss ,at t&e meeting o!f the Kirtle Bridge Club at her home tFhurs- d~y evening, Sept. 24. Refresh- meats *were served preceding bridge. Mrs. Clifford Jones was a guest. Mrs. F. R. F~ir and Mrs. Charles 'Ramey won the high score prizes. The next meeting will be ,at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 15, with Mrs. Bradley Judy. san, l~atientce--the liife o:f Job and his trLa:Is is a great ~esson f~r ~ts today. We should learn first to hold it, second to watch R, and third to drop it. it was a very good lesson. Roll call was ansr, vered by nine morn- bets. Minutes d the iast meet- ing were read and approved. There were 8 church ca~lls nrade. Communications were read. The yearly reports c~ the president, secretary, and treas- urer~ were given. The nomina- tion committee ,gave its report. Lucy ,gave ~he closing prayer. Bessie ser, ved delicious salad, crackers, and co(fee. We ad- journed to meet Oct. ~3. ---de~cre:tary. Jewell County Picnic in Topeka The an:nua~ Je~we~ County Marl Octo Club Wednesday picnic a( Topekia Was held Sun- _ day, Septem,ber 27th, w~th 36 Members af the Marl Octo persons s~gning the registration Bridge Club met Wednesd,~y evening, Sc~t. S3, ,at the home of Mrs. C~arence Lo0n.is. Mrs. Merl Reager ~ra:s a guest. The prizes were won by 'Mrs. Harry Tyrell end Mrs. Jack Morris. Refreshmen.~s were served. T~e next meeting ~dll be Oct. 7 wi~ Mrs. Morris hostess. Sunshine Circle Club The Sunshine Circle ~ub met Th~rschy a~terno~n, Sept. ~, ~ith Ruby Scarro~v. Ten mere. bets answered ro~l call. A~ter a short hasiness meeting, Rt~y served a lovely l,u~ch. The next meeting will be wi~ Lenora tqa~.ith on Oct. 14. Progressive Club Progressive Ctub met Wed. nesda~', SopL 9, with Mrs. G~enn Wiley. Eigh,t me,mber~ were present. The b~winess meeting ,was foflo~ved by ele. Eon of off}cers. New o~icers are: president, Dorothy Par- sons; vice - president, ~thel Loamis; secreta,ry - treasurer, !Evelyn Swinton; reporter, Le- cna Wiley. Cecile Michad re- ceived the ~uess box. Ea,ter- ta'inment was Ntm~ber Bingo with Evelyn Swinton in Ch,arge. Prizes were won by Geldie Pawe~l, ~El~hel Lo~mis, and Ce- c~e Mi*chael. ASter ~&esh- ments, climb adjourned to meet on Celt. 14 with Mrs. Ed Loomis. --Reporter. IMrs. C. H. ~a~tten of Ne,vada. Mo. is visiting at t,he home of her daughter, ~Mrs. W. C. Schlot- tenba.ck, ,and fa,mi:.y. She ca'me by bus ta !Salina Thursday and the S:ehlot~terbacks met her there. Dr. Schtotterback is spendin,g this week in Colorado. PINKEYE. SPRAY BOMB ~tOckmon,s favorite for yearsl ~t first sign of eye trouble use Frank- 'ns exceptional aerosol formula for ~rornpt relief of irritation and rapid ealing. The antiseptic and fungicidal SOlution, with local anesthetic action, I~rOv,de treatment for e e ' s an effective y nfections in both cattle and sheep- Serves also as a topical dressing to aid healing of minor wounds. KANSAS book. The towns represen!ted were: ,Burr Oak: Mr. and Mrs. John Calahaa, ,,Mr. and Mrs. Merle ~ayden, Mrs. ~tmy B~a.ck. IMr. and Mrs. tart De- Selms, ~Mr. Harry Engcl, Mrs. A~t~bie Swove0and; Lovewell: Mrs. Margaret Doxon; Man- kate: Mrs. M, attie ,E. A~hin- hurst; ~tog~: ,.Mr. L. M. Strom; ionia: :Mrs. A~,ma Strom; R,an- da~l: Mrs. l~dna Engel, Mrs. I~mma Vance; Jewel'l: Mr. and Mrs. Ph~ares ~Ioi.lfer, Mr. and Mrs. Lee V. Haegert, Mr. and Mrs. John Arb Gabe, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H'01.q~er, Mr. and Mrs. Luie Smi~th, E]etty Hen- nin,ger; Topeka: Mr. and Mrs. FPan~k Decker, (Lee Decker, ~at- ty Decker, Jeff Joyn,t, Leonard Strom, Jr., R e~b,eccla Strom, Ri~ca Revelle, Kerry Reverie, Kirk Revelle, Sandra Lemon, and Cindy ,Lemon. A.L.C.W. A.,L.C.W. met in .the parilor of the Lutheran Church on Sept. ~. at 2 p.m. with: Mrs. Don Keester and ',Mrs. ~aymond Me- Dill as our hostesses. Our les- s,on leader, Mrs. Ra~].ph Russet, opened our ~orship servi~ce by h,aving everyone sing "O tBe,a.u- Oful for Spa,cious Skies." Pray- er was given by !Mrs. Bob Ro.b- inson. Mrs. ~Russell then led us in a discussion off Lesson 10, "The Dilemma o,f the Cities, ItMark .L1:1-10; 15:6~5). At the close af our lesson, lMrs. Russell ga, ve the o,flferin,g medit~ation and the offering was received. The business vneeting was open- ed by our president, Mrs. Gil- bert Country, man. The secretary read the minu~tes o'f the ~ast meet'ing and they weru a~prov- for M~ in the Cour~hatme Meet- ed as read. ,The troasurer's re- ittg Roam on Wednes 'cta~F, Se~ port was gi.ven and acee~ted, tember 39, at 2:00 p.m. The Martin Lather Home has tIYe presentation will be made made its yearly appeal for cloth- by Mr. Ted S~vage Of Cook ir~g, canned good,s, e~c. *from Paint .a,nd Varnish Company. am" church. Any item.s to be ~te program ~ inclade use brought to the ,chur',sh shouM be off both interior a~d ex~rior there by Oct. 14th. tl'nere is to pa~ts. Choosh~g 6of'are, choice be a meeting o~ the nominating Of proper materials, prepara- committee bafore our Get. 7.th tlon and application, and pooper meeting to prepare a s~a~ of tree Of rotlers and brushes. candida,tes tfor no,ruination of Come and bring your paint2ng our 1971 tA.L.C.W, c~f~cers. Our h'lends. next meeting wi~l be C~t. 7 Craft Day-- with Mart:ha 6everson *as our October 8 -- Natiorml Girard lesson leader. M~s. RaSh R~s- Armory, M~ankato. eI:l and tMrs. ~Bob tl~binson will Time: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. be our hostesses. Admission: 25 gents. .-dRepor~r. Lun,ch: A~ai.l,a~e at Az~aory. '- ' Cr~ts Inlctuded: M~ts, Mrs. GLANCES l~.arion Collins, Concordia. An- WITH tique Pl~cqu'es, Mrs. Bud MARY FRANCES and Mrs. Harold Beam, St. Hair Pin L,~ce, Mrs. G. C. .... I-~ud~Imrgh and Mrs. Edna Kind, By Maw Frunces Holdren Jewell County Home Economics Agent Proper Use Of Paint '~Proper Use of Paint" will be the toepic o~ an open meeting PUBLIC SALE OF PROPERTY AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS As Mrs. Warner has entered a rest home, we will sell the following at the vroperty located just West of the High School in Burr Oak, Kans., on-- ler. .several other Disp,hy~s by Pvi- x~te Concerns and UnRs as well as W~rl~h0p Classes. P1,an now *or a .Fun and Ed- tmationa,l E,ay. Df~betes Screen/rig October ~0 A~I adults or anyone with a ba~gvotmd for diabetes will be ~lble to particiya.te in a diabetes ~reening cl~r~c on October 20. 'l~is screening will be in Jewell from 9:00 a.m. until 1~:00 neon and at the Mm.ory in Mank.a,to from 2:00 ~tmtit 6:00 p.m. The Health Cammi.ttee is sponsoring this and-is lonking for he$. There witl be necessilty to have R.N.'s, helpers and registrants. ~f you would like ta he~ with this, contact Mrs. Fred F~uhn, Camker CiW, Mrs. Redney Mc- Oammon, Mankato, Mrs. Don Simmelink, Jowe~l, or Mrs. Ed- win Ross, Ha, My. ~u~ ,tl~is on ~ottr calendar and plan to take advantage Of this ser,v~'ce od'~er- ed through the State Board o.~ Health. Your Question, Please :leers. V. L. Old~ield, B~,r~ Oak, asked for in'terra,ties on using a steam eooker. A steam pan has a ti, g~t fi~ing lid. with a ~e~ to keep the ~eam in the pan. The pan may be used with a rack to co~k severat foods ~t one time. The rack ma~' be p~aced in the bo~tam ,In the fa'l, t~e d'a~ig~t bou~ become sh.arter. The pred~ti~ Of new ehlarophy~l decreas~ and the break do~vn off old cl#loraphyfl continues a~ ~e same rate. Soon a~1 the chlaro- l~,yll is gone and o~r pig- meuts emerge, brin*~n,g with them trad,itiorm'l fall eo~ors. ,Weather a~fects lea~f color in variotts ways. Cool nights and ggWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursda: y, October I, I~/0 Page 3. Section I ,,=, pling m in evita~e. (~m or F~Ise) Go to the ~ head d the dus ff F~t ~nswere d ~alse to at1 five, Do ~eth~ tg About Ar'~dt/s Give /~ r Ramear(~-- Care- .~ducat/on warm days favor the produc- As I'm on e of ~he Jewel tion Of colorful reds, ye~lo~, Oou.nW v~hn ~s, ~ know scarlets and perhaps l.avende~., important R is ', to do somethl~ Below freezing te~,~pera%ures $or Suture s ~ erers, Send your will kitl the leM ce~Is and pre- con'trib~tion to: Kansas C~pt~r. vent ,any color from formin~g. The ArthM tis Foundation, In Don't Choke Tractor Engines Time spent ser~cing a trac- tor d~ring du~,W flekl work th4s fa~l can proMng its Iffe and improve engine e~flcien, c~y. A tractor engine takes in ~bou, t 9,000 gallons ot[ air for every gall}on oil fuel R burns. in norrr/~a'l ~pora'fions a tractor ~i~l burn ab~u,~ 3 to 5 ga~ons off ~uol every hour. This means for ever~ 10 htm,rs Of operation the cractor esgine takes in from Care 02 'Mr s. I~ "Ioren~e ~,lexan- der, ~ax~Iva,t ~, K "ansas ~, by Oot~ber ~1~ ~. No house-to-hot~ c~m,~ss this yeal ". No'r~CE T.he J, eweLt Corn ~ty Western- aires will rid e in th e CentenniM Parade at Je~vel, ~ Saturchy morni'ng, Ock,. 3. ~ ?he ~arade starts at ,I0:00 a.m. and hor~s are to be ,anlc~aded at : the arena 250,000 to S00,000 ga,l~oas ~ a~r. n.orth d Jewe 1,1 :by .tht e elevator. That mttch air wl'll include a A .free barbecue wll:t foiler, lot of dirt. In extreme condi- tions, dirt can r~in an engine in less than a day's work, i~ the air is not fi~tered. T~at's w~j an effi'cient a~r cleaner ts a must. ~,t removes dus,t parti- cles tha~: grind a~ay e~#ne parts, such as cylinders, rin@s, and bea.rin, gs. Re(nave the oil bath a.ir cleaner al~ter 10 hours of e~gine operation. This And That Ne~w galvanized, metal root- ing sheets delivered to the farm S~]OrUld be stored on end with the sheets s,l,ightly sepo,ra,ted. Moistare tra~ped belmeen sheets that ,are stored flat caus- es oxich~tion commonly ea~led "stora~ge stain." 0xi4ation will reduce the rust4rce life af the sa~vanized sheets. Also, anyone who is eli g tble to ride .in 'the state shaw t ~nd ptans to do so, please get y~ ~'~r entrias to me by Saturday, Ot :t, 3. ---~o ~aCammoa, C~tu Dai, Vi'etnfam (~-IIPNE) Sept. 18 -- Specialist l~ottr Lar- ry D. A,twood, gO, son af Mr. ~ansas Corn groovers sho~Id an~l Mrs. Dean A'~0ed, R~ute not be surprised ff they are 3, Lebanon, I~an., received' the phn;ting corn from the air in a A~my Commendation Medal few ,years. A new method c/ kng. 31 near Chu hai, Vie;tnam. pIIaating corn -- R's a1~,tl,y called Spec. AOwoed earned the a~t- aeriM seed'in, g -- is being deed- aped. The process is in the ex- perimenta~ sta,ge, h~ve,ver. The idea deve~,~ped fro~ aer~M ap- l~lication of pes~i'cides. Ti~llage ~a>uld $titl be h!andled on the ground -- nobody has thought a'rd for meritoriotm service as a tank me~ani,c in Troop H, 17th Cav,alry c f the American D~vi~ion's 19~th IAght In~an~a~, Br~$ade. He er~tered the Army in Mave~ t~9, com#,eted basi~ training Of ,the pan to oook as many as Of a way to till the soil from at Ft. Leonard Wood, Me,, and toter foods at one time. the air. While the eo~t o~ grmmd ,,~as last st~'tion~d at Ft. Knox, SAT OCT 3 ...--~n%o, water", aerial seediag .,~d be]TK,Y. added to the bottom Of the pan oon'~ar~ble, aerial seeding and a~ter stoam h~ formed, wcu~t redt~ce p~n;tin,g ~ con. OJ #~ the heat ~s |xmmed very ~ and skier~y. the cooking cor~ued for long The Arthri~ Founda~on a~d, Commencing at 1 O'clock e~ou~ time to give tender pro- ducts. This is a siow cookery The Silent Seventeen Mflllon' PROPERTY This home eonsists of 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kit- chen and bath. The property has 2 full lots. The house has sewer, gas, water and lights, with all the sewer tax paid. The house is in real good repair, has carpets on the floor, and kitchen e~binets. Taxes last year were $92.46 for 1969. This property is one block from store and Postoffice. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 1 and 2 in Block 1, MeCormick's 2nd Addition, City of Burr Oak. Terms of Property will be 25% down with the balance due when deed and abstract are accepted. All prior taxes are paid in full, and property will sell with a good clear deed and abstract furnished. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Hide-A-Bed Divan. Big Chair. 3 Stands. Bookcase. Platform Rocker. Pole Lamp. 2 Natural Gas Heaters. 1 High Back Rock- er, antique. M~gazine Rack. Sectional Bookcase, good. Coffee Table. Several Boxes of Books. Lots of Bedding, Sheets, Pillows and Spreads. Lots of Pictures and Frames, Several Phonograph Records. Several boxes of Crocheting. Steel Chest. 2 Window Fans. Card Table. Glass Wash Board.' Secretary Desk, small, an- tique. China Closet, antique. Buffet. Dining Table with folding leaves. 5 High Back Chairs. 5 High Back Chairs. Wall High Mir- ror. ~/~-size Bed, complete. Nice Dresser and Commode, matched Set. Sunbeam Vacuum Sweeper, nearly, new. Small 2-drawer Stand. Ironing Board. Post Card Album, real old, some cards dated back in 1800. Several boxes of old Post Cards. Set of several Metal Door. Chimes that hang above door, real old. 5 Table Lamps. 3 small Lamps. 1 Teacher's Hand Bell. Small Footstool, antique. Large box of new Greeting Cards. Full size Bed, complete with springs and mattress. Large Dresser and Commode, matched set of stools. Lots of Knick-knacks, antique. Box of old Hair Pins. Wicker Clothes Basket. Large assortment of Dishes, Pots and Pans. Cooking Utensils, several antique. Set of Stainless Steel Cooking Ware. Coronado Refrigerator, new, used 1 week, 12-ft. size. Steel Step Stool. 4-burner Cook Stove. 3-shelf Steel Kitchen Cabinet on rollers. Some antique Fruit Jars. Drop leaf Kitchen Table. Clothes Hamper. Set of Steel Kitchen Cabinets. Bird Cage on stand. Small Heating Stove. Metal Lawn Chair. Platform Rock- er. Garden Hose. Metal corner Kitchen Cabinet. Metal Shopping Cart. 2 small Saw Horses. Step Ladder. Grass Trimmer. 2 TV Cabinets. Flower Pots. Wooden Chest. Lots of Hand Tools. Bird House on stand. Porch Swing. 2 large Flower Vases on Stands. Illll I I I I Not responsible for accidents. TERMS- CASH. MRS. DORA WARNER VIRGIL AND W. W. WARNER, Power of Attorney AROUND THE COUNT'~ " By Oar~:el HoMe ;County Agricultural Ageni Changing Colors ~a,ve you ever wondered w~y Kansas coun!tr, y side changes co~or ~u, ring the fall? Gene Grey, Assistan~ State E~tens'ion forester at Kansas State University, exphins th~ a.~Itmmn color in eastern and cen.~al Kansas is usuMly pro. dffced by st~ma'cs, ~:ich t~ra the hill.sides in, to b~,lla~ red. Grey exptains tha the weath- er, la,ck o,f eh!Ioroph~ and l~g- meats inside leaves combine to change the a~pearmme of leaves. In the spring and ram- mer the green pigment, chloro- p~y~l, d~ndnates other pigments and is the only v~s,ible cal~r. Since ehloroph~,,l~ is a ssacl~ed with photosyntheses, it is con- stantly breaking down d,ur~g the stm~mer men~ths, bt~t is al- ways replaced. Tiros the lea~e= d a healthy tree remain green throughout the st~mmer. AARON MURRAy, Mankato, Auctioneer you don't h~a~e arthritis yoursetf, you know somebody who does. ,One ottt o~ 111 ,&m,er- ~cans---seven,teen million--lmve arthritis. They are the "Silent Seventeen M~ion", dropouts from ~I~, le~t Mone to su~l~fer and b~conm ~owly dis,~bled in a world ,whi,eh deesn'~ kn~w or seem to care m~ abo~t their pli~ght. The Arthritis Foundation is DOING something abo~ut At! -- R is alerting r~e n, ation to the mvnges of a~thritis and the urgent need for action. -- R is working to expand la~M medi- cal serviees--avhere there is so little hel~p ~or so many arthr~.is s~ferers. -- It finances re- search seeking cause and cure, better treatmertt methods, new drttgs--~b~t the tc~al s,u0port avai~al~le for arthritis research is not enough. -- It pro~vldea training ~for speciMis,ts in ar- thir,itis treatment a:nd research, al~v.ays in short su?p,ly. ~mething (IAN 'be dane abo~ arthritis. Cri~p~ting OALN be prevented, r~ght now. '.Research OA,N find the an- swer, soon. There IS hope $or the "Silent S~venteen ;Miltlion, i'f YOU help DO semething abo,~ arthritis today. What Do You Know About Arthritis? rl~T YO,L~qS~-~F Arthritis is mostly a disease off old peo'ple. (True or False) Nv~hing much can be done about arthritis. (True or False} Arthritis can be con,trolled by Special diets and foods. (True or False) Arthritis is nat a serious dis- ease. (True or F;alse) O~ce you 'ha~e arthr}tis, trip- Sure is a spiffy boat you ve got tl ere, Charlie. Oo Was it insured, Charlie? Don't b,. a Charlic. If you own a boat. insure it--with a boat, owners policy from State Farm, You'll 8t stem to stern praise, tton allow, low rate~. Call m, The First National Bank in htankato, Kansas OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner and The Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F.D.I.C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR -- $20,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corporation BURR OAK STATE BANK, Clerk (Maxine Rafferty) ESTABLISHED 1883 L