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November 10, 1966

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,>7 NOVEMBER I0 1966 JEWELL _ - - _ , ..... ASSOCIATION Nov. 15 Executive of the Kansas Association will be speaker at the Livestock As- Nov. 15. is being held producers and interested in live- The wives invited to the barbe- will be served Guard Armory beginning at 6:00 I are being sent to in the county with for your reply. not receive a /otter the Extension office You are coming so know how many to Nov. 15. Nation- Armory at 6:00 p. m. SCHOOL Greene and ttal Byar- Economists Mankato to conduct Tax school Nov. 17. discuss areas that most problems in- not limited to: Re- What to include and leave out: Sales of Purchased live- program. They surprised all of us girls by having Pat Boone walk in! He talked to us about his daughters and then sang "April Love" to us. Later on they presented a combo to play for us, "The Mad-Hatters". The rest of tilt, morning we toure(I downtowu department stores Macy's, Emery, Bird & Thaycr, and Kline's. At noon we girls assend)h,d again in the Continental th)tel We were guests of Merchant~ Association who entertained us with a style r(,view wilh Miss Wool as guest t)l hon,)r. The Iowa delegatmn held au alldelegate assembly in the Municipal Auditorium for a program titled "Focus on Val ues", Every person there ,dain ed many new thou~hl.s in fo cusing their own vaha,s. II was somethi)lg in which every teenager should have partici Tonight is tile hi~ lhn'se Show. Everyone youmz and old was looking forward to toniaht. At 7:30 we were there, l have never before seen such bemfl i ful animals. Arthnr (h)(Ifrey and his horse. Goldie. per formed that night and tltey were really good. Tuesday mor'nin~ each stah, had their own indi~i(hull I)reak fast and meetinm At 11:00 we all boarded buses for a trip to Sears for lunch. As each f{r(nlp Government pay- finished lunch, we wet'(' divid prorations; Ren- ed into groups and taken (m a Deductible and guided "Career Exploration" expenses; Hit- tour of the Sears plant. and Social Security; As the tour was completed OPerators - S0il Con- and the buses were filled, we Payments; Depreci-returned to the Auditorium machinery and and all delegates had free time Interest payments until the annual banquet time. rent; DepreciationThe Annual 4-H Banquet and credit; Feder- program in Grand Ballroom Credit. of Hotel Muehlcbach was the )1 is early enough highlight of our trip. The YOU to make some speaker was the co captain of te decisions, before the Kansas City Chiefs. it was of the year, on your a very inspiring talk. We were taX. also fortunate to have Arthur will be held in Godfrey speak to us. lie tom Guard Armory at 1:30 p. m. It is and everyone attend. LAND BANK NOVEMBER 10 of the Federal Association of Be- families, and guests in Beloit, at the for the an- meeting and Thursday, Nov. 10. will he served M. and entertain- provided by the School music de- SPeaker on the even- will be Robert J. Public Relations the N.C.K. Voca- School. of association of El- heard at the bust- and directors to fill the p/aces whose terms ex- Land Bank As- of Beloit makes and loans on farms in Osborne, Lincoln, Ellsworth counties. of the association follows: Robert W. Beloit; J. )resident, Ves- W. Heitschmidt, Ahrens, Man- I'Iazen Fleming, Ka- Royal 4-H Royal iunch The Jewell American Roy- target vehicle was launching at Oct. 15. All go, so Mrs. Nina Switzer and Joy i ~an their flight to Me. at Pad at Cape Mankato. Plans went as also. We set down ttely 4:00 p. m. We state's headquar- Muehlebach. we attended a Grill in our hotel. we worship- church of our iw At 2:00 from the us, "One i.hing about kids out here in the Middle West is il" you see two ldds walkint~ down the street you can tell whether they are girls or boys. Really though, you kids are tile ba(,kt)one o[ the nail(in. On both sides of you there are wild people, but you are the future rulers of America." The next morning we eheck. ed out and headed homeward bound. It was tile last stretch of our flight. We landed at Calm Mankato Tuesday after noon plumb tuckered out. but with memories of wonderful flight. This trip was possible only with the hell) and sponsoring of Jim Gunter. Mary Flenti(, and the Jewell County Council. would like to thank them for a truly worthwhile trip. --Joy Kindler. i raorning the girls ~ent their own way. ET'$ GO HUNTING with AMMUNITION SELECT YOUR AMMO i, Kansas, Missouri, FROM OUR BIG SUPPLY Oklahoma began tours of either Ag- WE SELL of Fame, Art Truman Library. HUNTING LICENSES at the Municipal ;here was a square and There sure were KANSAS UPLAND GAME there. BIRD STAMPS Also MARK V SUPER X SHELLS K. G. BALL, owner ere guests at a the Continental oraen's Chamber of of Kansas City. breakfast they They gave us a filled with very such as re- and tablets, i all wan their J i . Ill !i (i:// 41;i ::: hi:, ,:~< ,,:, NOTICE Courtland Art Guild Exhibit will tie hchl Nov. 13 to 19 in- clmd\ e in l.andis Building ne\t t() tim post office in C()uv'(f;md, Kans. from I:00 In .):(111 p. nl t'ach day. The l)ublic is ll]\riltql. NOTICE Th(, ()live Ilill Mis~donary N()ci(,ty t~ill Spl)nsor H canl pa/!_':l~ I() raise fun(Is to buy a l'('('ol'd [)l;)yt,r arid I'('('(trds for the ()hl l"()Ik~ of tht, Cotmly l,'arl,i for Chri>;lnias. We will W('It'()nl(' ~ltl~ ('on(,riblzlJons. 'l'h(,rt ~ill be cans placed ill .l(,w(,l] (~(tlHlly bllsines IIOUSeS or 3ou (':m re:ill contributh)ns to M.bl(, I),)vi~, l~urr Oak. Karts., Se(.r(q;iry of the Mis- ,q()nar3 So('i('ly. Mrs. Jerry ginsev Honored M)':~. ,h,rry Kinsey, M'o)tt r():;c, was honored at a l'ink a))o l;luc 5h()w(,r Saturtlay ill'- l,('rrlooll ill ~tll)el'ior, Nebr. ] h),~ ( '~-;~ t'~4 were Mrs, .Jilll llam(,l. Mrs lh, rman l.aird ~llll] ,IHilt'L. (~anles weFe I)lay- eli ;IIH[ rt,fr('sllnlcnts were ;('r\(,(l. Aflerwards. Mrs. Kin st'3