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OCTOBER 20, 1966 JEW'ELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS PAGE IB r Nltleaal--Advel~lelng Rep,elontstlvl KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. 701 Jackson, Topeka, Kin. 66601 At EDITORIAl Jewell County Record ~ato, Kansas 66956 Newspaper of County" Jewell 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- kato, Kansas Subscriptions: $3.00 per year in Jewell County and surrounding counties(Smith, Osborne, Mitchell, Cloud, Republic countiesin Kansas, arid Nuckolls and Webster coun- ties in Nebraska. $4.00 a year elsewhere. lately of Florence, who was sent in place of the ailing Dr. Taglatti of the University of Mihln. Though he came high- ly recommended, he showed his iimnaturity and poor judgment by advocating that 1he voyage itself be initiated imm(,diately." "ln~estigalion I)roved him to be quite ect'entric (he talks of flying lll;K'hiileS }ntd fan ties himself an artist), and he was therefore dismissed from the committee. If(, is the son of a lelorentioe notary, and in ease you desire to contact him his name is l,eorla)'do d;( Vhlci." Source of this historical gcin is I)r. llernlann K. Weidncr, l)ir(.('tor of t{eseareh anti lie Subscribers are asked to velol)ment OI)eralions, Mar notify this office at once shall Space telight Center, when they have a change of lIuntsvilh,. Ala. address. ............ e FOR HOME FOLKS M. A. B. People without rcsponsibil- are usually anxious to tremendous pt'oblems. -MAB- average adults with all rarely understands much the average child -MAB- Chris it appears, had as hard a time finding for his revolutionary of sailing west to reach as do space officials to Who want to land on Mars explore the other planet. ae of the 15th century nav- al)peals for help was Senate of his native of Genoa. Senate of Genoa, how recognizing it knew lit- oceanic exploration, did what comes naturally to senators of any age or state: They el)pointed a committee to study his suggestion. After months of debate 1.hey finally got out a report which has only recently I)een dis- covered in a monastery lihra ry in southeastern Spain. The report ran 964 pHges. The Senate commiUee also sent Columbus a letter, which in brief, discouraged his west ward voyage, its letter ended with these memorable pass- ages: "We feel that you will be quite pleased with the output of this progressive, forward. looking committee of m'ofound scholars. Incidentally, there was one additional )hen)her of the committee, a rather rash and impetuous young engineer, i 1965 IMPALA 4-Door, Automatic transmis- sion, PS, PB, and AC. 327 V-8. 1964 IMPALA 4-Door, 6 cylinder, standard transmission, 14,000 actual miles. 1963 IMPALA 4-Door, Automatic transmis- sion, PS. 283 V-8. 1960 MERCURY Parklane, 4-Door H. T., PS, PIL 1960 I)OI)GE Pioneer, 6 Cyl., Automatic Transmission. 1964 IMPALA 4-Door, Auomatic transmis- sion, PS, PB, AC. 283 V-8. 1964"BISCAYNE 4-I)oor, Automatic trans- mission, AC. 283 V-8. 1%3 BEL AIR 4-Door, Automatic transmis- sion. 283 V-8. 1962 BISCAYNE 4-I)oor, V-8, standard transmission, overdrive. 1964 CHEVROLET Ton, Short narrow box, 6 cylinder, 4-speed. 1954 DODGE Ton, 4-Spd., 6 ('yl., Complete with racks and grain sides. 1966 EL CAMINO (New), V-8, 4-Spd. Trans. 1963 CHEVROLET Ton, 4-Spd., 6 Cyl., Long Wide Box. 1952 FORD 1 Ton, with Grain Sides and Stock Racks Yc Scribe was on Mankato MS for a short tillle Saturday afternoon & saw many people, for the town wlts full of inter- esting I)eople and I am sure our merchants had a good business. 1 did not tarry hmg, t)ut do rememl)er seeing Mrs. l,'rancis l,'rye, l.ucy Wiley, Mrs. Steve Arnoldy, Lewis Taylor, Mr'. and Mrs.O. K. Fearing and Miss Mabel Yal)p. My sister, Mrs. E. it. Stoics, was giving a dinner t)arty at the Buff oh) Roam, honoring her daughter and husband, Margaret and th)ward Kitter- man on their 25th anniversary. My Boss and Mary and my two greatgrandchildren, t,'rank and Lydia Logback wore anloog tile guests pre sent. - At the Buffalo Roam Mr. and Mrs. Lcster Broyles had lheir guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peugh and daughters, : Pamela and Susan of Dodge City. At another tahle were seated Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Weltrner, Patricia, John and Carrie and L. E. Weltmcr. - We met Mr. and Mrs. Gerald .hnnes and their three chil dron of Forlnoso. Everyone enjoyed a delicious din(mr. - Yo Scribe will be protected froth spaoks, gohlins and witches during the HalhJween season this year. Four of my thoughtful neighbor children brought me a lighted "Jack- n-lantern, to place in my win- dew". They were Barbara, qEW , riny Head#lj ~ice qOstote~" }'our Under. rtanding l Ideal for NERVE DEAFNESSI I~/ear the t ny new Telex ELECTRON EAR in your ear canal and again enjoy : ear understanding arid good hearing. I'his super.miniature device Is self. contained with no tubes, cords o4" IwA molds to attract attention. ELECTRON EAR restores your ndl essurance, makes you look younllm and feel younger "10ocau'=o It ie II inconspicuous. You hear with extrl clarity becouol tile t ny speaker s deep in tho oil canal close to your eardrum. Ensll) placed in the ear or removed ~ I moments notice, Ask for your area represent- ative, Mr. L. W. Garman from Phillipsburg at the Correll Hotel in Mankato on Thursday, Oct. 27, 1966. He will be there from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30. If you can't come in just call for information, or write to TELEX HEARING AID CENTER, INC. 2010 Twelfth, Phone SW 3-8873 Great Bend, Kansas HE WA~J AS 6TUBBORI~ AS A ...about getting the fam- ily radio repaired. He was afraid of high bills. But our honest estimate soon ended his balkiness. Now he's delighted he called FR 8-3123 for radio repair service. MANKATO, KANSAS GMAC and Bank Financing Phone FR 8-3471 IO OO Opal and Mary Blair and Ricky Hancock. and packaging. They aren't as costly to produce as many al- ternative crops so they are in good supply year around. Carrots are attractive in color and fhlvor. They are high in food value arid have a long-I~e(,pin~ quality. Other ,'(,~'{;ltil('N Sll(;h }IS Co]'n and )(.lis [o~e s~\eetl(eSs \~ithin a short little as Stl~{ill cllilnges tO sLH r(h. New Label For Poultry Soups ]low often have you hought a can of ('hi('l~(,il nr turkey >,(lUl) and I'(Juil(I very little :)oullry in Ihe SOUl)',~ Aft(,r ./HIi. I, 1967, you'll find ltiat all soups iilentified as ctlicken or turkey soup will li;(\e eilol.igh llouilry nieat tl) nierit the lahel. The USDA regulation I)l'ohit)its the label- iiig of ~4(Itll)S ~1'~ chicken or tin'- lie3 tl((lcs~; they con{sin a' least 2 lierceli{ i)O(ltti'y on a ri'ady to serve hasis. This reguhltion is issued un- der the l)onllry l'roducts In sl)(,('lion A('I and is one tile COlIsnI/It'F pl'Ol('('[iOq pl'()gl'alliS adnlin!s!e:'ed bv It'(. USI)A's CollsuP. ter and M;Irieting. Real Value In Fresh Fruit Fruit shol)Imrs will find hananas, pears, apples, red grapes, ('antaloul)es, and lion- Before Saturday Night We start with Sunday morn ing. The Boyd families were happy to hear my grandson, Dick Boyd, give the "layman sermon" at the Metho(li~l Church that morning. By the time Dick was three y{,.rs old, lie came upstairs from Sunday School and sat on the front seat, right in front of I Rev. Brooks and h..ened at tentively to every ,'[,rd. lh, has always been very ni,i(h interested in religious work. Ills wife, Mary Beth, anti children, Larry and R, obecca were with them. - Billie Beeh told of Brighton, Colo. was a pleasant visitor in our office lVhmday. While Billie's eyes are failing, he is still the same enthusiastic Billie, and a happy outlook on life. Billie and his wife are here visiting his brother, George, and his sister, Mrs. Kenneth Killen, at Courtland, and a host of good friends. - One day this liaSl week, we enjoyed a visit with Mrs. Ralph Spiegel arid her two charming daughters, Bar- bara, two, and Sosan, f(iu years old. They told 'he C~(':, Lad a baby sister :n the ca,' and we wen'. to see her, Mrs. Noel Runyan and son, .Jerry, of Burr Oak visited w Wednesday. GLANCES WITH MARY FRANCES lewell Co. Home Econcmics Agent Carrots, A Low Cost Vegetable Carrots are in good supply, quality, and low-cost nutri tion during October. The cost per serving of carrots is sim- ilar whether purchased fresh, canned, or frozen. Carrots available with butter sauce and brown sugar glaze may he considerably nlore expen- sive than pbtin carets. Factors that help keep the cost of carcots down are the newer methods of shopl)ing ing quality. The grain or tex- ture should be smooth, fine, and velvety with tiny streaks of marbling throughout the lean. The lean meat should have a delicate rose or gray- ish-pink color. Soil Test Now For Next Year's Crop: During the fall n]o(il.hs is ill') excellent tinle fin' taking soil samples to detcrlnille next year's needs. If soil is tested early, ferti- lizer and liming programs can he planned before the spring rush and there will he ade quate time to order the proper fertilizer. Some fertilization may he done yet this fall at a time when fields are normally fir'm and suffer less corot)action from heavy spreading equip- t'' ((' ~r S getting less expensive. n mint ball apphcahon el ltr Crlinl)erries, coconuts, a d ' "" ' ' '* , ' ', Damson t)lums are arriving ira tihzer also will reduce the ti~e stoI'CS spring work load. Remember a soil test is no Less expensive vcgctables .... '" ' '." '.' - --, --,,. ,,. ...... ~. ,,.,.,l~ hetter than the soil saml)le ~l[e k'UUI~III~.~~.~let!llT~, ,~ ...... , obtained In the held L, ale peas, round white potatoes. [ ' " " " "* " " hould be takenso thdt the sweet potatoes, squasil, toma-I'