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November 10, 1966

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NOVEMBER 10, 1966 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, /VlAN~iU, I~AN~Ab PAo ; iB Netlemd-~dvirffs/ni Repramntat|ve KANSAS PRSSS SERVICE, INC. ~01 Jackson, Topekl, Kan. &6601 ONAL EDITORIAl Jewell County Record Mankato, Kansas 66956 Newspaper of Jewell County" 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, P, epu blic counties in Kansas, and Nuckolls and Webster coun- ties in Nebraska. $4.00 a year elsewhere. Subscribers are asked to notify this office at once when they have a change of address. FOR HOME FOLKS M. A. B. quitter never wins and a never quits. -MAB- People who think they are in politics, are really tools. -MAB- Sir Charles Darwin and Joseph J. Spencer of University, say on tile of world population, 60 years the world will twice as many people as now does. How this will .'ct living standards, /tow it change conditions of life We know them, are prob incapable of easy solu- ']'here seems little pro- alan's Christian Telnlterancc Union [or many years. Mrs. Walker was state presi(lent of the Kiulsas lfederati(m el We men's Clubs, in the I)ioneeriog days. 1 will not attelnl)t to list all the worth while things she has led and inspired. Mrs. Walker, a Republk:an, is also a leader in tile political world. She was the first wolmln to he elected to the Kausas legisla- ture. Messages of congratula- tions and apl)reeiation came from former president, Dwight It. Eisenhower, froni U. S. senators and COl]gressnlell lind governors. Frank Kissinger, i our real estate lllall, relllCnl startled me when she wonder- ed wily someone didn't men ti(m the wonderful work the fine t:hUl'Cilt'S ill Mankato are doing. We thought their good words "spoke for themselves". I remend)er that when I was a e;h'l ! heard n)y father say, "'No man would ino\e his fam ily [o il h)\~,n \~he|'e lht,l'e v, el'e IIO chlll'Ciles." We ]ZllOW anti altl)reeiate tile ~o()d churches in Manl~ato, and tile good I)eo ltle who iil~lintain them. - We asked Jolm l,ove al)out his nmther. Slit, ~as always with him shol)l)ing SHIIII'(IHy niRhls. Ills llloth('l' iS n()\\' ill the Wil beck l{,eel lhnne. Cora Car ter and hlella Johnson were to- gether. - When l.)assing the Nelson Jeweh'y Store. we no ti('(,(l a crowd. The auction was in It)'og)'ess. We regret Ih;ll Ihis I'illO V()IIII~ eoul)le are I(ql\hlK ()lit ('(H I 1 II'l In'l jl y. - r l)aisie Nelson ;rod Roena Nel- son were together. - At Ilal- sl,ead's. Keith and his (hlugh ter, Mary, were husy wailing Oil ('lJsLoIIIt'FS. Slopl)t'd [() st,e (h'/)c and .h)scl)hhle Tyh,r and (~('ne \'