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i:}~i. : V ::C OCTOBER 6, 1966 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO KANSAS PAGE Itl F. W. BOYD, JR., Editor j churches corporated. The food or fabrics. I GLANCES I Dole Idea Gains Ground ] Mrs. Frank Boyd, Associate[teachers of our school, the Treating the cluster of] WITH + [ Editor [custodians, the cooks, the boxelder bugs on the foun-] MARY FRANCESI The Food for Peace bill i mmI "Any good thing that I[bus drivers and the mem- dation is more effective than [ + Ihas been returned to con- I BBI can do, or any kindness that[hers of the school board and control inside the home ]~'~ ............. : ~"+~i~ ference committee to iron I lI ...... .... :: :,,~.. ~ l canshowto any humanlthelr families were honor Sprays must be applied tolt} ,din]Ill ) lout some differences be- m,I "N . being, let me do it now and ]guests, also the ministers the bugs or where they hide. I ~.i: ~k',~ ~'~!!:11 tween senate and House ver- ~] . IOlenJ~dvorOisl.| Repromontntlv* not defer it for I shall not]and their families. Abouti The following sprays have[~i:'i ~lK:'~ii~.:~.ij][sions. But Rep. Bob Dole's I mmi ~AUSAS PltlSS SllWlCl, INC. pass this way again." l x00 were seated at the long lgiven good control of this/~i~lU~ll:~+ ; |lproposed Bread and Butter I m u ,..7_10n Jeckson, Topeka, Ke,. 6660S .... n .... -^ P"i-'/tables" Rev. Michael Hines I insect: for 1 gallon of spray,/[ ':l .... " ;]lCorps was left intact in the M, .[minister of the Christian use 1 pint of 20% lindane ]]legislation, and there is ev- 'A. JTIONAtEDITOIIIAIlu,, ....... ' ...... "/Church was master of cere-I 8 tablespoons of 18% deil-t ][ery reason to suppose it will Mankato -'*'-'9 "*'~," .'-" ~"-" ..... ec I ..... [monies, and a very fine one,]drin, or 10 tablespoons ofnk, ,+ lb ome law. uons: . ., . /at the program followingl 45% chlordane, or 8 table-/[ i n .... , . ]/ This is both gratifying and FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY per year in Jewell[the dinner and each churchlspoons of 60% toxaphene It's gratifying be- [t.ounty a.na .., sur ,unulng [had a part on the program [These foundation sprays will/!i+ :: qncnuse it's a good idea. It's OCTOBEI{ 7 - 8 - 9 Jewell uounty Keeord I counties t~mnn, usoorne,|l do nt~t have time t(~ lice the [ alan ctmtrnl crickPts and / i:' ~ "~ ~' ]/amazinv hoca.qo the Ad- M Mitchell, Cloud, Republic --, ............................................. + . o ...... , " Startin at 7"30 ankato, Kansas 66956 . , program numbers, but I will sowbugs. L . i ministration bought it, al- ' g . p.m. ~- Icounties in .Kansas, and/mention two boys (I calll -- "... il //though it came from a con- _ . ....... I Nuckol!s ann vveoster coun- [them our boys). Bobby Free-[/ gl|TIPl 10t /| It! ~~/servative congressman from l r_ Ill II l tint [ =t~ewspaper oI aewelt|uesmr~eoras~,a.. ]man, who sang a solo and]L||lll~ll ][ 3till [~~~lthe nation's most Republi- Ik)J[= il~. +.l.]~[~liQ~ ~iI ~i County" /54.00 a year elsewnere. [Wayne Coffman;,who had a l "S__-_--_-'__-_-__ _---"]_ /[: lcan state. .... ::':ll _] Subscribers are asked to|part in a Skit. Bobby isl['liN l i/VhTl[IN [P~~ Essentially, what the ~ ~ i~ II _ [notify this office at once/one of our "Paper boys" andl~lTlliJi,attlxltaa~al [~~[Bread and Butter Corps yotos~r~ I~ ~ ~ THE BOYD FAMILY ]when they have a change of [Wayne was formerly our[wt t nnzl |t tl 1~~[ would do is send agricultur- "M~dt iN P~ms" ] L "_~- Owners and Publishers /address. /paper boy.' - We were re-Ill Ul ll'lA IilIIX "/ lal technicians to underdevel- mt &qt Ill ---- [minded last week that Sept. I ........ /Jewell Co. Home Econ~micsloped nations where they __pictun[?" ~ ~:::~: ~ , p.~ ~~1 "-- 122 was the last day of sum-]By Clyde C, Reed | Agent ]would teach farmers modern ~ ~ ~., ~" nttl-a.tOOO[O "~- AMERICAN OO) I |liner and that the 23rd was l -- / ]methods modified to fit pre- l "-. I .am mc -- : -- m k" wILL gel THE. I U ltll:lV rUATTU'D n lthe first day f autumn" Per- lw::a USa3d eif darcfle l gf |Craft Day: IvalI ng. a( ndit 'ns". ia .... k--m+tdAcitl .I I rllllVl[// lk_l-li~//fl~ /sonally I could not tell anyl g / The Home Economics Ad-I t s ay .~merc l,l~- ~.l ~ I~ -~1 uV~lnlU ~1 I~lnln m~ ~ ~ ,~ I -, I|difference in the weather. Inlthe contour with terraces inlvisory Committee is spon. lwould be supplying its most 1 I ~OR HOME I~OLKS II/fact we Imve been enjoying]Jewell County this year. The/sorin,, a Craft Da,, in Jewelllprecious commodity--know /,~ ~ ~":'~ '~ l ~l M. A.B. fieine w~3~hernf~ tahmelpaX~la }oTetackentwlllllib; Weo }/lc U SYt 'ff W d ,0 rOC ;lht r andmUnStmgslt tto enp:d3 1~ ~:l: ( 'ii: .............. i;:: "+ l T dl . ,sure such ideal weather is[on and making dollars. Re-[from 10:00 a. m. to 9:00 p ]themselves. The cost of the l~ :i :: l &li :: ll Keep growing, keep learn- Sipes are now living at Me- cot d not be duplicated in Isearch shows an average in- lm There will be an admis- Iprogram will be relatively d~'r.i,l~ ~ ~ ~~!: : ~lltNIilll in " , " hel ' ~ ' ' ~ ~'::!:~::~ ~' g. it provides the frame- Pherson, and were spending any state in the union - Thelcrease of two bus s per/sion charue of 25, to cover[slight as federal programs r ~i['fi;,U ] .... - ,, Work for new ideas, the weekend at the Dean Lutheran ladies held a bake ]acre for drilling on the con-[expenses.~ ' ]go. k something, ~ :~ii::ii~}~:i '~:" f ~ ..... --~ql _ -MAB- [ Buster home - V s ted w thts le at the postoffice Satur-Itour. 1 Three crafts w I1 be/ It's a sane and sensible Ik ,oo! b 2t. [oto [d * i ( ': +.:: ' D tl t.DIOOOEO Never pull your ideals l Paul McCammon and he In- I dav. Ye Scribe had her arms ] A number of farmers ar, e [taught throughout the day ] dea and it is g )od news ~l ~ ~:+ !~ J~ ~ nt~ut_.'.0_t..tP UOwn Stumble if ou must troduced me to his niece Jr) ful'l of mail and Kath Kauer usin hoe drills These drills Thes~ wil include tool etch" that Congress seems certain :: :i:?\.]~ r,,tm..m~m bu " Y . ,.. y g . e l - . . .... + , t holdtoyour ideals and Thomas.- Had a race vts~tlcarriedthefoodlpurchasedlwill get seed down to the]ed metal trays toothbrushlto adopt it. l~ ~;. ~ :+~~,,m~[ strive to attain them. with Mike Grout and we re- to my car here at the office. ]moisture in fields that have ]handle rugs and webbing] . ~ :;/ ~+ I :fi--ll ~1 .. -MAB- I played the Friday night foot- I -- ]a lot of cover on the surface./tote bags. ]Sunshine Circle Club ] ~i ~. -JUl ~ ....... ~ ~::~l ~orrecting faults is like ball game. Mike played a l~+~++;+~-~: .....: .... /Surface coverhasdisappear-[ For the trays, round alum-| I lIKe/ t[ ing a necktie; we can do it lreal good game. - Mrs. l.'ran- led rapidly because of the ex-/inum trays will be etched / The Sunshine Circle Club l Ueh easier on ourselves/eli Frye and 1 visited. Mrs. lt /tra rainfall we had the last]with a tool using patterns. /met with Gladys Fordhaml lt~~i_+i +~_~~~~1 nan on anyone else. ]Frye told me she had three[ 145 days. [Mrs. Elsie Howard will be[on Sept. 28 with 13 mem-I gttthe message'?" MAB sons now in college M Re, ~_+ - -. , . i. .: '---~ ~ "1:~~] Drilling on the contour, ] teaching this craft and the lbers present. Mary Lager-I "~ ........... ..... ;.-, ,,-- n,^'.~r~n ^art,t,. -t?.uay is yesterday snaK-lat r mporia, t)onnie at ]between and with terraces,]cost of the tray and tool will/gren received a gift from ANN- A GRkl" l_OO[ OOOl O/ bl" KIGtlBI U GI U II A ],ng hands with tomorrow. ]lina, and Gary and Sharon [~~]and keeoing fertilizer boxes [be around $1.'75. ]her heart sister. The guess l " cait pll~l~ ~V~.P~TT ~2,::..1~II~1 I lo tVH .'nkOli rroperty" I at Manhattan Gary IS n the[i: [ /full is a'slo-w nrocess Res" [ Mrs G enn Kindler says/box was guessed by Gealie I.t) t. mmtv)P_', t.vuv-,, ..................... " . ~, :::; :~ : _ 1- _ _ _ Need for Youn I University and Sharon IS a I |dues on the surface alon /that the ladies who wish to ]Blaylock. A short business eerie on Farms ]registered nurse and is em-l [with fertilizer and contourllearn toothbrush rug braid- [meeting was held. Games] The ' be nearl ployed at the Studelat Health[ ! t!i |drilling will all help to con-ling will need to bring the]were played which were l ............ ... time ma , ,, When the Natinn~ zgricul ] - PP+ I+~:~~r/* :~ ]trol erosionA good wheatlhandle of anold tOl)thbrushlwon by Ruby Scarrow, Mary] ....... + .... ~. I .... " , .... ". Y, Center Sto ed at the '~::': ' ior ireezing wom wise t~omln laity Center Miss ............ - , nfound Mrs . , , , wim our t~uys was vet- t, lenue wul oe our l son ture and e,,d industries will/ Laundromat a d I /cover will help during hea- Ior the end of a rat tall comb ]Ann Neeper, Velma Brown, [ ...... ............. ......... wash]n, She ea mat our unit would nave header. MrS Jay Lilllett gave ne .. Even Hanson ' g. " v rains with a hole lar e enou h to and Elsie Zadlna The rest ~_ed to conduct recrultlng[has two bo"s one a sentorlGrasshoppers" Threat I Y ..... " . Iv_ ......... , _++,g ........ g l^, _, ................. .... four club date put on the Es-I the' , l,'sones on Rheul~Itle' ~arnpalgns' to ersuade our y., . . . . . ine county is going to put u]c ~ug ,ags tmougu ut t.c atucL.uu, wa~ ape.t ' , ' ' r "n ' P , To Seedhn Wheat bon Lions Club Cahndar Feve a d Heart Diseases, Youw, .... 1,~ + .... + n and one a' freshman.' in high ] .~ . g /have another bi~ mile erda Iln the broad end and the ~visiting. The next meeting ] .......... " ] ...... ": ._ o v..uv .......... -* school and admitted she ao-n brassnoppers are numer-/__ . ". --'l^,u,~_ .~_.~ _.._:_....~ n_..-l...-nt ~....o.;+t~ ,,-,,.~.... Lr...... ~.lwe Will meet oct 27 for aline meeting was adjourned eers .n farro Clnnr lPadorq/ " " ~ l I . .line warm aavs nave rloen-iutilt.2v UllU pOlllUeU, l~etb~:~/w.t de w~u~ ~lata ~xat~t.ot.r~I . . '.. .-~ I - ,. -- I. - .................... ~ "reciated the new materials ~ous enougn in some areas ot ~ .... ".. - - t.....,.~ 1_ ............ 'v +-./...~ ~.., ~o I special meeting at me ~om- I ann plans mane for a cam ,,t a ri nc rued/P ~'[ /ell mile rapidly anll corn-I$sllUtau uc uut u tu[H ,74 toIU" vt.t. ~,a. [ . [ g culture are co e n no iron the county to destroy mar ........ mumty Center at 1"30 l) m party Oct. 8 at 8:00. A dye wash and dry, a d - bines should be runmn 1 inch wide dependln on --Elsie Zadlna, Sec. " . . _ r, e way t a*our.un+,+ . ..... +o+o o+ ..... soupcon+ .o*.' .......... ...... : .... ,to out ++ qu., -- PeOple es eciall our rural[ ~"~" -~u~.y ~**~ ........ r'v'- | " Within me next monm. Pall WUIgUL Ol Illatr,.:/l[tl, aliaxu- I " ," ' P Y " t She had been at dry weather this year has 130 , the cheer ladies at the gwen to Mrs. Ralph Hooton ru:ehrs enJe ae fa i ng T /?hem ity'Library and had aI been favorable for survival/aPlnTggoufd mL rU rrItog nt hrlng' but not sewed [MrS.U::daydl 3r g:e%tss ?nf Sprague Nursing Home. [and Wayne Kurt, that the -- " " " " " ~ book to read Mrs Jackland egg laying of grasshop- P .... e ,. " 1 "" ;" 1 "n Be -r i'l in /. ,, " ..... I Election of officers will be I m,.mbers and friends had may well be a threat to the/ . " - I ..... I slon nazara ana aoesn t us- / lvJrs, me vi yew i - lnonor otner momer, MrS U. I ........ , I _~ ~ .-, t_ ...... ,__._ _.~L~_ was washin, Vis pcrs and mey COUl(1 De a . . . ~ . . , " nelo aLSO. uur unit WIlL de maue uur nostes~ men sin-v- Nation's future efficiency in]LaDw , g',-~ :] ........... ,,.._. :.. ,on,lually increase yletds. Mllo[struct the ladies in makmg|R. Beelers 78th birthday, ~. ........ ~.. i: .... ur.,.. + r: .,., ~ a. ~; .... , .... I, " " i h DiCK anti u al ~,cauc, p~uu~n, .t aou~ , ~ . nuau~ it, utc t~a~t **,*,,,uL t~. ~u . ue,,,~,vu~ ,u,,,+,,. fOod nroduction ] lted , w t. ..... ,P . I .~ . " ] stubble stops snow and thus [tote bags. Fhe tote bags are [were Mr. and Mrs. Don W. I ~ ,, ,~..+ + .+ ,..,, _+ ,t.^ ] ~+.,. r.,.. ~..,,..++ mmr+ pr.. .... Wheicnei. upal tom me mat I rive grasshoppers per I increases soil moisture. Un- Imade of webbing. Each lady/Beeler and family of Beloit, I "1" u" ..... ] --, ....... ....,.r,.,.., ,~ y,. ,,~. w. r, uu,m.~, u,/ their children, Mr and Mrs I square vard in fence rows, l,~ ..... +~ .... ,~;o~.l;.,, ;~lwill need to brin,," scissors /~ o,a ~n~ o ....... ,~ nonI I " t, '"" u~e [Inlwarcit~r nf ]~'~ntll~V | ...s , . 1 'i .. " | -- . W o 11 | ~I~,~I~.+I.&LVlII~ UL ~.~lllO~.~llll~ 10 | P~" , l+'a', m+~ ~,,~o. &XUfflIL[JII~.~ $+~+I" " .... "LT_-Y 'I Jim wneicnei and uaugnters,+roall attcnes, rlelll crops Or lmuch better than plowing. Ineedle and thread. Kits will ]er of Randall and the guest l --- it Is me image mat L~ attractin, ,,dune -eo-le"/Rhnda and Gayle, had just lpasture candestroy a mar-I Contractors have complet+lbe made up of webbing and!of honor, Mrs. O. R. Beelerl Pro--- ".9 " "/gone nome. tney live mlgln or wneat as it emerges.,ed terraces in wheat fields' lyarn for the pattern andlof Beloit [ _++" l~ro~e%nsents or me vari33S]Concordia where Jim is a[Spraying the border vegeta-rNow is a real good time to[they will be sold at about] "'" ] ~u u ~t u stuns anll occupat ar ........... [student in Junior College. -ttion with insecticides can]build waterways or terraces]S1.25 each. I~L,hno,ao..~ r , ,, I /m m l__l l~ 1... l' I~ not moaest aDOUt letung n ""~"""**"~ "~ "" "~ ...... IStopped at Boogaarts a dldestroy the population and[if the ground is open Ponds[ The Extension Homemak-[ -" "" " [ t n rv~L ~;;_= .worm Know mey are]found Mike Stout LarrYlkeep the margins free of the/constructed now would be/erUnits throughout the] The Hi(,hl~n,~,~r~ I: 14 tt III~W1 lmUIIIlI *ort n ' .... + ........... sto.h while. We read ma~l Diamond and Stan Mahaffy insects until there)s enough lready for fall and spring[country will be showing[ met Sent. 22 at the Commun-[ ,,,es apout me.wonuers tn [ busy in the front and Walter i growth so the plants can sur- I rains. Contractors will again [ the r crafts and will explain it Center with Mrs Edward ( ,n ) , ' ~ .. ,"gmeerlng, memcme, cnem- %ott Seirer at the vive ' ........ ' .................... [ y . , . . I 196,) IMl AI,A ,l-i)oor, Automatic transmis tStAYand.other" prof;sslo: maea ' 't n 'er. Louise ,Powell Grasshoppers spend the[ aer:UteYd,when me mud ,s[-,MarkWe es ay,,,,Oct. 19,[s :teopaSne A,S ySsi,n en e ] s,on, PS, PB, and AC. 327 V-8. : g mmture is lie! g c had left her post as checKer nl ht in the border ve eta n ....... - -] " ." " U "g ' g -I Brome grass has made ex-lon your calendar. Everyone l club send and repeating the l ......... , ........... - - miracms every[laY, land was get.ting her grocer- tion, so it is not necessarylcellent rowth this fall I is invited to attend I 1.... h, 'o D,.II t.on ....... / 1~)6~t 1111 AI,A q-LIOOr, 6 Cylnntler, s anllllrG li .. don t they getthe pub-Ires. - At the R-K Shopper, to treat the field. Tests com-IBrome should be fertilized[ Businesses Interested swered by 9 members and[ transm ssLon, 14,000 actual miles. ter tYe Agriculture. nail Dee- we found A. L. Hale, Char-paring sprays with baits thin' fall for best results next In Craft Day: our guest," Mrs. Verla Russ- * l ub irgamze and have a god Icy Ramey and Jack. Brad-show an advantage for]year. It will pay to put on/ If any of the local busi-]ell, telli.g about a product 196;] IMPAI,A 4-1leer, Automatic tra lsnlls-' ,. city department.. ncz m me drug department, sprays if there is green veg-[ 60 pounds or more of actual[ nesscs are interested in pre-[ we like to use. Mrs Don[ V P " " " on .... " " I ~It/ll, k' ...... "~-.. _ .urnishing milhons with Jerry Kler, Bob Goooey , etation around the borders]nitrogen. Fields heavily fer-] sent]nit materials or craft/Bird gave a report on the l ,uoq has to be made as dra- Bob Murphy and Opal Tay- of the fields to hold the.ltilized last year don't need|ideas ~o the neopie of Jewell/Standard of Excellency and l ~( .... ,,,~o*, * ~ , ...... * ........ +'+ * ..... =- marie a o en heart o er lor were bus J C Cle , r I~IFI 1111 211~/t q I)1)(11[', 21UlOIIli{ltl~ t[i~ll~llll~" a-- s an p . p - . Y=. gg spray. ]as much. The dry spring/County, they are welcome/the K.E.H.U. News. Mrs. I ....... ..... * .... a"u.n, a new Driogeospan or anll r alpn uzmun, were Heptachlor,chlordane]didn't let the plants use the/ to do so. For more informa-IRalph Hooton gave an in-I slon, 1"15, 2tu. -~, -trip to me moon, ii we ex- busy sacmng groceries anll and toxophene are efficient I fertilizer that was available.It]on con,tact the Home Eco-I teresting report about buy-I .. . [ rect to "build an image" at- carry g them to, the cars. - grasshopper insecticides but] ws THE WATER YOU /nom'ics Agent ling meat and preparing it l 196.1 BIS('AYNE ,1-1leer, Autornaue trans- ,~ctlve to our youm. PLOSSie 15eCK ano Stan- can be used only on waste-I / " -.:.. :.._ at, w '-'" Ozmun as I was leavin" ............. I r.,=.r~r .tzzcxx ~.,u~Jz'~xo/ --" -- "~--'-"---"" I IILI~IUiI~ zl.~t+,. ~O,) V-O. , tey ~ lane or roan ancnes mat Will [ | ] , lJl__e It~u ~t ~:xSt?v~,~avVll~ngd w~h Mrs ~l~:s b;ePra.Stured by hvestock I Girl Scouts / , 1963 BFI, AI! 4-1}oor, Automatic transmta- IVlilln :nreel three lovely children, Sue Waiting periods (beforel On Set I' -966 we held/ " -- q sion..,8,, V-8. 1 irnSaoturday night YeScribe Awnn':e fyrewYithnd21ry.ne'Rex c 3e na e.f br therD anzSieCotn]lG lm 4S )oU So. 50I WwaSwhroetlde/ [ramer Funeral Hen 1962 BISCAYNF 4-Door, V-8, standard ,, 'i v sed on Helen ~usseu . " : : " " " " " " r J' Mahthion and Carbaryl, 4 , by ....... -- ]letters to Salina Abilene,[ I transm]ssmn, overdmve suing alter working nours Ni ht n .... ..... L "bu ....... Before Saturday g days; a d no wmtmg perlodl Minden and Has~+in-s --- a/ a 1 I ~ I t t~elen isgooll natureu ~ , ~ o forSevln" ~ ~ u. , .. . Mr Last week I negl cted t " tri for the Girl Scouts ~L , s. Clarence To hff of Je- ." P trice ...... -- P .... u*a ver im-ortant Boxelder Bu-s In The Hom'l .......... I Ambulance be well had tho Imst re~,ular an- felt aDO t Y P I~ e, | When tie glrlS tlrst arrlvell,l I pintment'a t "IJelen's Beau[, meeting. The !adies of the As colder we+ther sets in I we played "Skip to My[ Ph,mo ,-" n.y. VU m 3+11 [ --- - - -- - - --.- Y " " nneo ,, ....... .,.~,.. ~,. ~---d ..... " - + .... 8hop, but Helen took time van(ms chinches pJa. insects, such as boxelder]Lou . Then we had the uP-/ I n u r uu u u nr to successfullcarriedout a ml rate l . Comb mv hair, while Sar- ' Y , ,. bugs, 'g "nto the home lening, refreshments, wrote] ! . I * ah Jan .... .... ..... cooperative community din- and become household pests, the letters and discussed ac- I "" ............. r,v,+-, n-r at the Armor" The lad ....... ' ......... I ]vlanKato, I r 1%. I% i.l I- J stormed at ~he Sweden e y. - " ~oxeLller ougs spenll me tlVitles tor me next weeK./ I Cr " ies of the Christian Churcn ._ eme for my supper Mrs. summer on boxelder, maple] We are planning a hike. The[ I Rex Seirer and Glenda An-" took the lead, and the other or fruit trees. In the fall they]girls in my patrol are Cher-| [ 196,4 CIIEVROI ET TLm, Short wide bo , rews cluster on the south slde of]yl Pletcher, Camilla Me er,[ ] , ) , r , i were kept busy wait- Y .... 6 cylinder, l owerglide lransmissiolk ng on aedile The oirls foundations of homes beforelLynn Newell, Susan Harder,/ W_/I,,, .... ,n, estment oblec$1vef l~ 1~ ,~ ] . . . IVY #~t*~, ~o j~u,~.~ ~ L, .take turns cookin and wait- ~, migrating into cracks and lKathy Anderson and Pau a/ I ,, ..... ,/ ',,-- .... ......... l " ~ l:Jl) L ~ ll]P~V l~]lJl:~l 7~ ~Jll, OllU/Ib lli~llqJrW n crevicesDurra the winter R] htmemr g on trade M~ and Mrs ' " " g ' "g " " + ' ' ' ' s., : .Slim Sine were accomnaniei they are a pest in the home I --Paula Rightmeier,[ INgflME? I box, 6 cyhnder, ,1-, reed. r r , , , nmlnv~mmm Y their ran u hter Bar / However,they do not injure Patrol Scribe , , b- ' g dda g , - ]614E6A, EHIMIHECUE I / ~Ra~lll~PIItll [ ,, xJu, W 1966 MOil ur;aA n~... u n --1 I1 llnllM i 1JUI~ ) 3.~1 ~ * .# lk41A~k]~ IT I~I~ llJ~ Buster, 8 years old. I - / rlRIIIIIM/n ir [ .... I ." \\ / un illl|uu I boxes anct a-speeds at a good pnee. Hgh " yG y[ i +* , ITAL 8AIN? KINGS , u es Hnwa roce ,,,. ^....... 1 / There is a Value Line Fund for you. 41 LfLP .m p/ lln c .L n East of Mankato on 36 Hlway / . - . . E1 , u.,, "" / Chp and mail th .s ad tor prol. [] " i Supermr, Nebr. Phone FR 8-3760 / rectus and other In/ormatlon on i dH L _-- ~,~~ ] [] THE VALUiEn LpE SPECIAL SITUATIONS FUN~, 1 ~ i " WATERMELONS 1..._ ..1. .......... ~ 0 1 INC, offorl g ]versified Investment In eocurl- n u .... wnelt ~11~ :~ut~c~/~u i ties where, Inthe opinion of management, Ipl. i I ~ " d ~TT~II~I2"TXT~ calling Dick's TV & Radio. / ~ ~ 7" cific developments creeto speclel l~lalblllllel III ~ M " " ~t ~Jz, m[l~,x~O ~,,~- ~vr,~,-;,~,o,~A ~r~,iPo. *,rr~,r~,~- ~r~t,r~ on~~, a c~ / ~k~r~Jr for ca~l ~ In reletlon to risk. I _~ .... --v,-;, ..... ~ ,~"+'--'".'+ l~'Jl~l~rk-J~lNU~fJ~.~12kl.+~ / ,--+~IAI..!A~I~" -7] THE VALUE LINE INCOME FUND, INC,, where -- _ . ......SOIIASH man put nis set DaCK in | ~'~LUE~LI~-~J the prlmsry Investment objective le ~ rr nt "~ shape In no timeat all.. / V Income. ' Et:R PLANT and at reasonable nrices.RANDY'S 1 [] TH-'~ALUE LINE FUND, INC., Investlnl In tie- "" un.,.. Txr rlt lZI l?l v frO,, / curries with possibilities for growth snd Inoml pPDDITDQ vvl~.- j,~,~. ~.~* ~. ~.~,~, .uxax,ux~.~,, xz~x uxx~,~a~ ......................... ~,~,., I selected by special formulss for dsterminlng rof ~Lx..~x~o acts up, Call rl< ~-~IZ,L [ ative atock veluel. TOMATOES POTATOES ........................................ 10 lbs. 39c I WALTER CAMPBELL, MANKATO, KANS. SWEET POTATOES < Later )0 O0 [E t of Superior BONELESS PORK CHOPS .................................... 2 for 25c CONE HONEY ............................................. 23