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;~, r A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWE LL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. L .L 76; No. 22. 12 PAGES - 2 SECTIONS MANKATO KANSAS Thursday, November 10, 1966 IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNTY, WE'Rig lame t t ans !i More than 400 4-H members, ler' Bernard Lecce. l Safety. , Jewell County voted Re- rict won 3874 to 2576. Iniwas pulling awayl f~ Mi~, Cents leaders and support-I Who's Who Award W/nnersI Alumni l~ecognition: 'S Of 4-H attended the annual l (Key): I Don lh,wland, Mrs. James publican in the general elec-IMitch~ll. County, the,.homeI DeCoursey, the, ~fl [t Achievement Banquet Sat-] Roger Oplinger, Darrell l t'eteete, Mrs. Earl Silsby. Har- . tion Tuesday In the three county tor ootn canamates;Icandidate. ........ 'day evening, Nov. 5. [Mart', Marityn lntermift, I)iX/C r.V Ki,dler. :: contested races on the coun-[Borgen had a 301 margin. [ Statewide it appeared t h~ The eight 4 H Clubs in the Ohert, Kay l)cmpscy. Gold Achievement Award: i . ~ ty level, the Republican in-[ All the Republican can-lall three C utI ,Unty use this annual eventl Special Awards (l,:h,ctric): , l'atrk'ia lntermill. , i. : cumbents won. Robert I-I. Ididates on the state and dis-[Amendments paJum:L In till 0he way of showing their[ Oscar Warner, MariIyn In-I (;uard For Silver Achieve- It : Meyer, county attorney, de-ltrict tickets carried Jewell[county the vote on'tim 'Preciation to the business- [ termill. I meat: ~ [] ~ feated Manford Holly 1488 [ County. Gov. Avery receivedlamendments was asfoll an in the county for their[ Special Awards: I Oscar Warner Ruth Blatt- ~ ~ j[ .1~ to 1330, a margin of ,158 1597 votes in this county to1 Amendment No. 1 (Ed~ eellent support of the 4-HI Darrell Marr- District Win-[m,r. | 15i votes. Charles Murray, sher-] 1219 for Robert Docl n .ltion): Yes 1143; No, 0gram in the county I ner in Personal I)eveh,pment. [ Silver Achievement Award: | ~ ll iff won from Eldon Grout, [Cong. Dole defeated Mrs.( Amendment No. 2 ~: 1'he awards presented to the $5(1 Savings Bond a,ld trip to J ,ludy Atwood, Sandra Saint, [ ll ] 1635 to 1236, a difference of Henkle 2114 to 682 in the lLegislative Sessiordi~. members leaders, par Wichita. ITerry Vohoril, tlelcn Deihert, B iiI 399. Emma Kibbe, register]county. Sen. Pearson polled[804; No. 1012, ..... ~. ,: ts and individual clubs are[ Oscar Warner-District Win lWanda Glover, Lindel Wood. il I1 ofdeeds, polled 1814 votes to [1790 votes to 924 for FloydI Amendment No. ~(illg~XllIO ted below: I ner in Electric. Trip to With I 10 Year Memhers: 1 [] ll . ~ Mrs. Thelma Folsom's 953, aI Breeding. [Tax): Yes 896; Ho"I~/~ : " n: Lindel Wood ita. Patrieia lntermill. Earlene ...... I m ii i margin of 861. Statewide Robert Docking, I Donald Magaw,, ~-I~ QUneg: Dale ttenry Swit-I Dixie Obert-tlome hnprove [Silsby. ~ ....... = :~ ................................................................. i In the races for State [Democrat, defeated Gov.[judge' Republican tm~ ~er, Jr. Iment Tour in K,an~;l:.; City. ] (;raduating Members: Mankato High School Royalty 1966. Front row, left to Representative, Arden Die~ ........ ed, received 2023 vo~ ia dorff " u" licanoll " " ::~iAvery' KepuDncan. lne mar- ithis county. votes " 1 gin is 55 percent to 45 per- .~en Attendants: Barbara ] Patriehl In erm I1 - $2~50 N. / K w l)cmpsev, Dalene War- right: Cindy Halstead, Susan Benson, Linda Louder; Back , KePm JeweO 1 Count--' p eo ut)Uito . . . , Dixie Obert. T. Veatch scholar,~hip. 'E(twin D~,ibert, Patricia[row, left to right: Keith Garman, Melvin Kitts, Ralph 397 votes for Ralnh Road-[cent wxth Docking holding a[ The following county ricers were elected witho~ g Attendants: Rick Boll-! Mike Bonjmnin - 4H Gmll]mermiI]. [Ozmun. house-Democrat,-in -l12t-h 67,000 votes lead Wednesdaylopposition: "' n " " morning, which was increas- County clerk: Alvin Fg|~ [ The Mankato Cougars andRodncy Cline. center; KeithDmtnct. Re. Dmrdorff re- . [ ...... ~ _ _ o. ling as more votea are count-I Jr. (R), 2181 voteS, cewea votes to Mr ......... ~ ......................... :'" ........... ~:'i ~:~*:r .......... ........................... i ]the Miltonwfle Pirates will Garman, guard; Mike Grout. p.....a. ...... nOn in +t.^ '4led. Cong. Dole won an o~er-I Co. Supt. of Public' l~ ? . .... i itangle on the local gr/diron fullback; McIvin Kilts, tackle: .-.uauzzuu~,~.u ~,.oI u -.-.. tH~ lwhelming decision over hislstruction Carl W ttn (D)t ~::~,, ..... ~ ~ [ Friday November 11 ~ t 2:00 I)~ v d Mc ~denha guard county mstrmt umroor~t~ ........ ~,.~ :~ ........... :: ~ , , ' . .... ~ iopponem, mrs. nenKm. ~en. l1641 votes . : ::: :~~"~ ~ i [p m Th~s ~s the final game Ralph ()z~mn halfback" Pat- cameo ms nome counw, .......... .. . .... .. ,, ......... , I Pearson won statewMe by a l Clerk of d~trict ~,~ "~~: ~ ~ [of the season for the Iota rio, i ttccte end and Mtke ~mztn, 2123 tO Jo/D. In [: f~~~.~. .... [eleven. ' Rourke, qua;'terback. Rodney his home county, .Osborne,[Cmfrta.b!e margin..... {Carol Ross (R): 2[}~ ~:!~. "~~" :'! [ This is Homecoming in Man- Cline who received an injured Roadhouse carried 1124 tel Ine state electecl ave ~e:] Commissioner ',st~ i~ .... i~ i [kate. The Homecoming ic knee m the Glasco game is 993 Rex Rex Bor~en Re.[publican congressmen. AulViC Tullar (R): ~6v',eS; i u~'li...Z" .~.. .... ., %-..~...., j IRepublicans were elected tel Probate jurist., .i.' ~ytl~tl | tivities which will be held be hack in school but won't be P ~a., ~,=,.=~,~=~, . . . Dus " at " t /minor state offices The only[Rogers (R): 1970 V~ !; '~ ~.i ~ :~:~ | fore the game will start at able to play in Friday's'game. kze, Democr_, in .he . ............ ]close race was heutenantf Edith Hoffer!(l~)):~ i::ii !;,:/!"~,, 1 45 p m. The Mankato Iti~h Marviu l~oomis, who has ~cn LnStnCt. uorgen carrma//~uvc..u. ........ ..;" t.c'~" ...u~'-: ........ ~m,.= i~opposed in the ~ ~ ~.,~ .... ~ school students have ch(,;en a ch~pped bone m lus ankle; Jewell County 906 to 438[office races and We dnesday~ surer s race. She~[~'U~ ~t~ the football Royalty for 196(i. Bruce LeClair, with an injured and in the three county dist-'morning Lt. Gov. .rutcner votes. They are all seniors. The girls knee; and Leon Hell, who re ......... , *iL 1~7 King and Queen and their attendants: left to right: Bernard Leece, second attend- ~t to king; Rick Boiler, first attendant to king; Dale Switzer, Jr., king; Lindel Wood, ~een; Barbara Saint, first attendant to Queen; Dixie Obert, 2nd attendant to Queen of Commerce Meeting Monday regular meeting of the Chamber of Corn- was held in Mankato noon at the Sun Room Correll Hotel. The George Jensen, pre- at the business meeting. Thomas, secretary, the minutes of the last which were approv- ra Gunter discussed the which the Jewell Livestock Association going to h01d at the Armory 15th. Around 400 expected to attend. M. Weltmer commented very fine 4-H Banquet, was held at the Armory night. A number of Chamber of Commerce were guests at this Gasper, the new at the Seems Barber was a guest. He was in- by Mike Stout. Was announced that a .ing of the chamber's ag- committee would be in Clyde Reed's office night. " the regular meeting, directors of the Chamber met. They dis- -~d promotions for the holiday season and business. Mrs. Lawrence Stedman will to Denver Thursday where Will visit her sore Gerald, family and attend her s wedding Saturday, FIREMEN THANK THOSE WHO HELPED WITH BALL Fire Chief Chet Leonard and the other members of the Fire Department in Mallk;AlrO wish to help everyone who donated to the annual Firemen's Ball and helped in other ways to make it a success. Mr. Leonard reports that everyone had a good time. The prize winners ~cre: 1. Mark Murray, $5.00. 2. Helen Russell, $3.00. 3. Belva Vestal, Burr Oak, $2.00. Fine enclosed a check for the Record as I do enjoy read- ing of all your progress in and [around Mankato. Glad that Bus is getting along fine. I, too, have been in the hospital. I would lik(~ my two p-q)ers of November l0 and 17 sent to 4211 No. 34Lh Ave, Phoenix, Arizona, then back to the same address at 361 E. Cypress Ave. Burbank, Calif., 91502. -- Mrs. Mac Reystead NOTICE WOMEN BOWLERS The Jewell County Womens' Bowling Association will meet Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7:30 P. M. at the home nf Doris ~,lexander. Captains or a re- )resentative of each team must be present. Miss Myrl Fickel moved this week from Esbon to Apt. 4B of The Senior Citizens' Hous- ing Development in Mankato. Her sister. Miss Ruth Fickel, of Paullina, Ia. plans to move in with her in the near future. WEATHER Clyde ~eed.ofbicial weather observer, reports a high tem- perature of 72~ on Monday, Nov. 7 and a low of 19" on Wednesday, Nov. 9. There was a trace of rain Friday, Nov. 5 and ~ inch of snow and sleet with .15 inch of moisture Tuesday, Nov. 8. State Park Authority Will Meet At Lovewell Lake The Kansas State Park Authority will visit and ob- serve the activities at Love- well Park Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 2:00 p. m. At 3:00 p. m. the group will meet with trailer owners in the Concession Area at the park manager's office on the norti~ side of the lake. The State Park Supervisor, Lynn Burris, and the five voting directors will be here. The directors are Boll Colvin, Manhattan, chairman; Glen Gilpin, Emporia; Bill Nigge- man, Girard; C. V. Barge- mann, Fredonia; and Byron Stout, Jr., Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stafford, Diane and Stanley of Scott City. Kans., Mr. Kenneth Bechtold of Apple Valley, Calif. and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Layhmd and Donna were Sat- urday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bechtold. Mrs. Mabel Bell of Scotts- ville was a business caller at the Record Office Monday. She also visited her daughter, Eva Mendenhall. The Farmers Home Ad- held a meeting November 7 at the in Mankato for the and former commit- in Jewell and Mitchell %l~nties. Walter Campbell, the %t~aty supervisor, was in Charge of local arrangements. ~,Ir~ addition to Mr. Campbell, ~lgie Jones of Hutchinson. the ~ii~?lct supervisor, and Henry ue, Delphos, state operating ~,oa.a supervisor, appeared on [ue Program. They gave de- Vils concerning the present 7~eration of the agency and ,ue amount of loans, which Were made in the fiscal years .of 1965, 1966, and to date in 1967, COffee was served by the office. In addition to a informative meeting, the had a good iVisiting with the FHA !!;i :/ ! : ............... "~i~ i ., ~ : Campbell, Beloit; are Susan Benson, Cindy tlal- stead, and Linda Louder. The boys are Keith Garman, Mel- vin Kitts, and Ralph Ozmun. The identity of the king and queen will not be revealed un- til they are crowned Friday, Nine seniors will close their high school careers Friday. They are J. C, Clegg, end; ceived a concussion in the "B" game with Smith Center, are the other players on the injur- ed list. Coach Dreiling's Cougars are primed for this contest & are looking forward to notch- in~ their fourth victory of the season. gress Good progress is being made 'on the Mankato Packing Plant. The brick work is nearing completion. The main section of the building is 16 ft. high from the ground to the beginn- ing of the roof. On top of the cement slab on the roof, 4" of insulation will be installed. This will be topped by roofing. Chet Kline, superintendent for the contractor, Abbott Construction Co. of Salina; is getting ready to pour the cement on the last section of the roof on the main part of the building. If the good weather continues, this will be dora, in the next few days. The kill section, on north- west part of the building, will be approximately nine feet higher than the main section. They are shooting for a com- pletion date in early spring. Wealher conditions will d(,~err:ine the date the packing phmt will be finished. I Jackson 23 62 46 45 36 58 65 23 74 18 59 : ~1: :' :::' Washington 52 23 52 31 38 48 37 48 48 34 48 Walnut 181 :? :?:6 502 58?? 7412 70' Ionia 43 49 69 491 Vicksburg l0 38 22 26 15 33 24 22 39 : 37: Richland 17 21 23 17 22 17 18 21 23 1 18 ~r,,o 20,20 ,0 07 ~510~ 7~ 6~ ,0, ~ Athens 17 47 21~35 28 39 39 30 46 22 43 i Calvin 12 30 31 14 30 28 15 36 35 301 Sinclair 17 35 26 28 21 34 32 19 44 10 Odessa :C: 27 27 27:26 26 30 25 28 33 18 28' ;Whi:tem0und 37 33 36 36 49 21 30 40 41 30 39 Brownscreek 9 39 16:31 11 36 35 11 40 7 Harrison 15 26 18 24 23 20 24 16 33 7 Limestone 30 27 35 24 45 16 25 26 38 20 Erving 11 36 13 37 13 38 34 21 42 13 Grant 66 78 66 79 70 78 86 56 115 32 Allen 9 28 12 26 7 31 22 15 32 7 Montana 15 34 29 23 29 25 32 19 43 10 Esbon 73 77 88 65 104 56 66 88 104 5~ West Center 112 196 175 152 148 108 186 139 235 83 East Center 137 214 197 166 155 203 195 154 259 90 Highland 14 37 25 27 37 14 34 18 42 9 Holmwood 16 32 33 17 21 30 31 18 39 9 Burr Oak 61 166 93 137 78 159 148 80 190 40 Buffalo 108 249 134 219 108 250 199 165 271 84 Totals 953 1814 1330 14881236 1635 1597 12192114682 Total 34 212 SSa 37: 18I: * Last two figures in the totals column are for the races for state Dierdorff polled 960 votes to 379 for Roadhouse in this county, The includes the following townships: Walnut, Whitemound, Harrfson, Esbon, West Center, East Center, Highland, Holmwood, and Burr Oak: **Rep. Borgen defeated Duskie 906 to 438 in Jewell County. The ships are in the 98th district: Jackson, Washington, Ionia, Vicksburg, Prairie, Athens, Calvin, Sinclair, Odessa, Brownscreek, Erving, Grant, tana, and Buffalo. Left to right: Dick Mallory, Jewelh Larry Noller, Mankato; Don Mallory, Jewell; Floyd Crimen, Mankato; Thaine Clegg, Mankato; Jim Peteete, Montrose. The above men were working on the roof of the main section of th~ Packing Plant Monday. w , ,,,,, MYF SOUP SUPPER The MYF Soup Supper wi]l be held Saturday, Nov. 12, at the Harmony Methodist Church. Serving will begin at 5:30. There will be soup, pie and coffee. Everyone welcome. FIRE DEPARTMENT MAKES RUN TUESDAY MORNING According to Chief Chet Leonard, the Mankato vohm- teer Fire Department was called to the Ray Smith farm 4 miles north and 2% miles west of Mankato, Tuesday morning at 4:00 a. m. 25 acres of feed had caught fire and they extinguished the blaze. Stores In Mankato Will Be Closed Veterans Day The stores in Mankato will be ch)sed all day Friday, Nov. l lth, in honor of Veterans Day. Golden Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. George Hag- gart will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Sun- day, Nov. 13. from 2:00 to 5:00 P. M. at the E. U. B. Church in Jcwell. Relatives and friends are in- vited to call. The couple re- quest no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. John McNabb of Superior had as their din- ner guests Sunday at the Buff- ah) Roam Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diamond of Mankato. No~,. 6th was the 37th wedding anniver- sary of the McNabbs. Mr. and Mrs. Diamond were their at- tendants when they were mar- fried at Nelson, Nebr. Mrs. John E. Scott Passed Away Mrs. John E. Scott. the for- mer Edna Alcorn, pased away the Norton hospital Wednes- day. Edna Brinkworth (daugh- , ....................... ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Brinkworth) was born April 10, 1884. She was married to George Alcorn. and following : . : his death, was married to John E. Scott. Mrs. Scott is: ~ survived by two sisters and : three daughters. Funeral ser- '~ vices will be conducted by Rev. David Trott in the Ionia E.U.B. Church at 2:30 P. M. Saturday, Nov. 12. Burial will = be at Ionia Cemetery. ~ Citizens Are Asked To Display Flag On Veterans Day All Jewell County citizens are asked by the various Vet- erans Organizations to display the flag on Veteraus Day. This is in honor of the many Veterans, who fought valiantly in prior wars and the service men, who are now doing vab iant duty in the various branches of the service in Viet Nam and other places. Mrs. Charlie Underwood called at the office Monday Fz,nk iu Topeka, Left to right: James Jensen, Pearl St. Wey, John H. Caylor. The Jewell County ffighway Department, under the super- vision of Ed Walker, county, engineer, is working on the Ro~,d, They are placing rock on the road, been graded.' Monday, was operating St. John loader; John H. trucks.