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i i l i i Jewell unty Christ,.as Opening Friday, Nov. 23 The Christmas Opening in Mankato 3:00 p.m. until Christmas. Register will be Friday, November 23 when the in particlpaUng stores after Dec. 2, city's lighted decorations will be turned must be 18 years of age or over. One on downtown, prize will be given per family at each R cord A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITORa AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNTY, WE'RE FOR IT. L I00, No. 17 Thursday, November 22, 1990 Mankato, Kansas Veterans Day Supper in Mankato was tale- night, No~'ember 10, program at the V. F. with 69 In attendance. P.W. Post 7830 Cormnander Daryl Acting chaplain Doyle Alcom e the invocation. Hamilton, VFW Auxiliary Chairman, reported the poppy Were $469 for Veterans Assis- Programs. She thanked mem- in charge of selling the They were: Don Baker, Van Daxyi Vaugherty, Art Berg, Garst, Evan Hanson, Start Lawrence Moser, Ike Right- Rex Freeman, Mary Powell, McAtee, Lena Berry, MarJorle Hamilton. Hamilton received a gift for sold the most poppies. F. W. Auxiliary President Phyllis presented a communications to Mary Boyd, editor of The Record, in recognition news coverage of 'actlvifles.'The certificate was by Phyllis and Faryl Lange, chairman. I entertaining program was pre- ,The Four Flats, Newell Alex- :, Jr., Merlin Alex- Thadd Hinkle, and their Wood.They leading The Pledge of Alia- to the Flag and The Star Banner. They sang barber- religious music, a humor- by Shirley and 2 Sections-12 Pages Santa will arrive at 6:30 p.m. and drawing. the stores will be open until 8 p.m. There will be a free show for young- Santawillhavecandytreatsforyoung- stets at the Ute Theatre Saturday, sters at the V. F. W. Hall that evening. December 22. The Mankato Chamber of Commerce See the specials in this week's Christ- will have drawings for prizes every mas Opening ads. Shop in Mankato Saturday starting December 8th at and savel Local FFA Member Receives FFA's Highest Honor John Clark of Formoso Joined an elite group of FFA achievers today. Clark received the highest degree of membership awarded by the National FFA Organization, the American FFA Degree. Along with 1,056 other degree recipients, the Mankato Chapter member was honored at the 63rd NaUonal FFA Convention In Kansas City, Mo. One of the highlights of the conven- tion, the American FFA Degree cere- mony, included the presentation of a certificate and gold key to Clark as he walked across the convention stage with thousands of FFA members in the audience. The American FFA Degree is pre- sented annually at the national FFA convention to the top two-tenths of one percent of FFA membership. Awarding of the degree is based upon a member's Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program in agribusl- ness or production agriculture and on his/her leadership ability as demon- American Cyanamid Company, Agri- ctdtural Division, Wayne, N. J.; Case IH, Racine, Was.; Farm Credit System, The ]tour Phtta quartet gave an entertaining program of religious and Washington, D. C.; Na-Churs Plant barbershop songs. They are left to right, Thadd Hinkle, Merlin Alexander, Food Company, Marion, Ohio; Pioneer Glenn Grout Jr. and Newell Alexander. HI-Bred International, Inc.. Des a vocal number by Thadd. Commander Daugherty asked for volunteers to put up the flags of de- ceased veterans at the cemeteries Sunday, November I I. Site ivers 12thAnnlversarywascelebrated Delicloua treats for Open House in Shirley (Mrs. Bit1) Wood. accomp anist for The Four Flats. gave a humorous reading entitled "Do~- othy" Veterans Day the morning were prepared for the special occasion by Beulah Balch, Viola Ross and Ella Colson. Special music was piano selections by Lonnie Buckle),. Ruth Sanderson was honored on her birthday, Nov. 13. She has come on her birthday the last 12 years. Also she received a beautiful corsage and Happy Birthday balloon from an unknown person. Site with 35 signing book. At noon a delicious was to 34 congregate 43 home delivered meals. It was by Velma Smuck, cook and Dining room Charlotte Roe and Grace strated through involvement in FFA John Clark of Formoso is congratulated by Scott Crouch (right). national and community activities. FFA secretary, on his achievement of the American FFA Degree. The The American FFA Degree programdecfree was awarded in a ceremony November 9 at the 63rd National I~A is a special project of the National FFAconventio- --n-in--F~ms City, Missouri. Foundation, co-sponsored by the Farm Bureau Award Site Manager Charlotte that for the past I year 18,368 meals were prepared. Was 902 more than last year. Moines, Iowa; and Pirclll Armstrong Tire CorporaUon, New Haven, Conn. FFAIS a national organization of 387,042 members in 7,634 local chap- ters preparing for careers in the sci- ence, business and technology ofagri- c0lture. Local, state and national ~Ivi~ and award programs provide o~rtunities for students to apply knowledge and skills acquired through agricultural education. FFA members strive to develop agricultural leader- ship, cooperation and citizenship. persons committing crimes against any Farm Bureau member. A Farm Bureau $I,000 reward sign posted in a conspicuous place on the member's property is all it takes to qualify for tions of persons committing theft to $1,000 worth of crime protection. his property. The reward program is only one of The reward was offered under Farm many benefits offered to its members. Bureau's crime prevention program. If you would like more information on In cooperation with Jewell County the Services Farm Bureau offers stop Farm~m Farm B~~ftlee at 113 E. Main. Manhato, KS or call the office at 378 3611 offers a $1,000 reward for information " - leading to the arrest and conviction of Mankato City Report Connects Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hood- 220 E. Jay C & D Snack Bar- 114 E. Jefferson Disconnects Herschel Rhea-220 E. Jay Sally Rowe-525 N. Clinton Jewell County Farm Bureau Presi- dent Ken Oarman recently presented Robert Marihugh with a $I,000 re- ward for providing information lead- ing to the arrest and felony convic- dewell County Farm Bureau Prmddent Ken Garman. left. recently pre- sented Robert Marihugh with a $1,000 reward for providing informaUon leading to the arrest and felony convitious of persons committing theft to his property, Accepting the check for Robert. who was unable tobehere, was Edgar Marlhugh, right. " Local Conservationists Discuss Issues for the 90s by: Jon Ungerer Conservation in the 1990s will be the focus of the Kansas Association of water pollution c~ntrol as well as ri- parian and wetland protection." For more details about the conven- tion and the proceedings, contact the Jewell County Conservation District in Mankato at 112 N. Commercial or phone 913-378-3961. Conservation Districts (KACD) as they Jewell County Food meet in Wichita. at the Airport Hilton, November 18-20, 1990. "About 600 district representatives from across the state are expected to gather and hash out the challenges Lonnie Bueldey. left, played piano selections during the anniversary conservation districts and their con- Site kfft. serving coffee and cook- celebration from 9 to I I at The Nutrition Site, and Maxine Rafferty, right, stituents will face over the next ten wh~ birthday is on the same day as The Nutrition registered the guests and members as they arrived, years," said John Brown, KACD presl- November 13. Ruth was present for the organisaUonal dent from Ft. Scott. Related topics will 12 years ago and has not missed attending the celebration each include the new Federal farm bill, the table was decorated with a floral centerpiece and Lighted tapers. Dance dance of Nov. 15th was well with 12 1/2 squares danc- pro- [here were from The Jolly Mixers, Swingin Squares, The Spring Creek Swing- Mlnden, Neb., Ge- Smith Center, Esbon, and Neb. for the evening were Fern Reed, Raymond and Carol and Beverly Burgess. next dance Is Dec. 13th with Zellar the caller and Dean Raunds. The hosts will and Arnold Ernst and Shirley M ht h. Beloit Community Concert December 2, 1990, marks the open- ing of the Beloit Community Concert Series for 1990-91. The Canadian Trio, piano, violin and cello, wail be presented at 3 p.m., December 2, 1990, at the Beloit Jr. Sr. High School. Mrs. Marlys Price of Osborne came to give a program on Literacy at the DAR meeting at the home of Maxine Fair last week. She reported her son Gary Lives in Kansas City and another son, Greg, in California. Both are graduates of Mankato High School. Ed Loomis Is in The Jewell County Hospital following a fall at his home last week. Vycke Garman panles' efforts to trnprove the service and performance of their staff and Attends Commerc|gfl[ agency force, wtth the objective of providing better service to the people Lines School in the county. Vycke Garman, Career Agent, for Farm Bureau Insurance in Jewell County, has Just returned from a Commercial Lines School. The school was conducted by Farm Bureau In- surance in Manhattan, on the dates of November 12th through the 14th. The purpose of the school was to increase the agent's knowledge of commercial and mercantile insurance coverages and the commercial insur- ance needs of clients, The Commercial Lines Insurance School included instruction in such coverages as general liability, manu- facturers and contractors liability, products liability, and worker's com- pensation. This school is one part of the Com- Kansas Water Plan, nonpoint source water pollution, riparian and wetland protection plus a host of other issues. Locally, Jewell County will be repre- sented by Dan Garman and Kendall Warren Course Nelson according to Dan Oarman, Pantry Reports By: Paula Gooder The Jewell County Food Pantry served twelve households during Oc- tober. This included twenty nine indi- viduals of which four were children. The pantry is now well stocked with canned vegetables and soups. We need fruit Juices, sugar, and crackers. Donations can be dropped off at the local grocery stores in the marked baskets or at the office at 215 N. Commercial In Mankato. Those need- ing to use the food pantry should speak with a local pastor or make their C o m p I e t s Jewell County ConservaUonist DIs- request at the above office. trict acting chairman. Featured speaker at Tuesday's Thinking of Going Marine Cpl. Anthonyd. Warren, son awards banquet Is Orion Samuelson, of Douglas and Carol A. Warren of farm broadcaster from WGN-AM and Rural Route I, Burr Oak, KS, recently WGN-TV, Chicago. First District Con- gressman Pat Roberts will address the Monday luncheon. Additional guest completed the Basic Engineer Equip- ment Mechanic Course. During the course at Marine Corps Engineer School, Marine Corps Base, Camp LeJeune, N. C., Warren received instruction on the electrical, mechani- cal and hydraulic principles employed in the operation and maintenance of engineer equipment. He Joined the Marine Corps in Au- gust 1986. speakers will appear throughout the three-day convention. "Conservation districts are local entities of state government delivering a variety of resource conservation programs through technical and fi- nancial assistance," said Garman. "DIstricts play a key role In delivering programs concerning nonpoint source Into Business??? Pre-Busineas Workshop The Pre-Business Workshop is a program which will be running for two evenings. The workshop will be held from 7:00 p.m. through 10:00 p.m., December 4 and 5, 1990, at the First National Bank, Lower Level Meeting Room, Washington, Kansas. This workshop Is sponsored by the SCORE and the U. S. Small Business Admini- straUon. For more information contact Steve Melby at 913-378-321 I.