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   Scandia Journal (Newspaper) - August 17, 1967, Scandia, Kansas                                The Scandia Journal So ESTABLISHED IN 1871 REPUBLIC KANSAS School Ahead SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AUGUST 22 Enrollment for both grade and high will be next August 22 from to Students may pay textbook lunch at that Dennis Erkenbrack moved to Agra Friday ERKENBRACKS TO TEACH AT AGRA AND KENSINGTON and and Brett where he will be head basketball and track coach and assistant foot ball and also in charge of physical education and drivers train ing the former Judy daughter of Glenwood Linden of teach first grade at a few miles from Both are graduates of Kansas State Den his getting his degree last He is the aon of and Kenneth Erkenbrock of Both at tended RepuMiie High School and Dennis played American Legion base ball with Scandia in the early During his college days he played varsity This while living in he has helped in the altihJtotic program by umpiring baseball games and joined with oth er athletes of the area in baseball and softball He has been employed by Snyders Farm Supply of Erkenbrack taught at Wabaunsee last SCHOOL BUS CLINIC An unusual feature of the school bus clinic will be films of the school bus passenger protection and colli sion research program at the Uni versity of Los The Clinic for this area will be held in Moose Lodge August Donald student in Concor dia senior High School will give a students viewpoint of school bus The American Red Cross and Kansas Highway Patrol will have representatives Those at the Clinic will also be given a driver knowledge There has been a 20 percent in crease in the number of school bug It is vital that every school bus driver in the state attend one of these said Harold Pel Assistant Director of Safe ty for the State Highway Commis AUGUST 1967 LOYAL SUPPORT In listing names of a large group is the possibility of leaving out someone If someone has been omitted from the following list it is wholly unintentional and we would like to be informed so as to mention them next We feel that those who drove the 300 or so miles to Chanute for the baseball tournament last week rate individual Some visited in Chanute and others visited along the while others went only for ithe being there for all or part of the Here is the list as complete as we are able to make it and Elmer Johnson and Mrs Aline Housholder of Courtland and Robert Raney and and Mr and Myron and will Mrs Harold Hammer and Virginia and Mrs Pearl Jeardoe of Norway and Robert Lervold and Ericksn and and Clarence Terry and and Mrs Joe McDon Cathy and and Donald and and Ed ward Kenneth and Dielbert Aapegren and Cecil Al and Charley and Duaine Green and Saralyn and Mary Leslie Rose Jean and Larry Smith and Those traveling on the team bus were driver Larry Leslie Floyd Gary Johnson and pleyere Arlan Dwight Eddie Virgil Jim Richard Don I Gary and Randy Maurice Erick Jim Duane Jack Da vid Isaacson ond Dan VOLUME NUMBER 28 Barbecue Friday The Scandia Community Club is sponsoring a barbecue eupper August 18 at the Scandia Athletic Field with serving starting at Bring your family for supper and plan to stoy for the ball games sche duled At a game is plan ned for children between the 8 and 7 Fanners the City Pads and the Farm Wives vs the City Wives will be played following the kids Proceeds from this event will be used toward the Centennial program of Scandia in ATTEND FCA CAMP Gary Robert Maur ice Eriok Dennis and Roger Steven Dick Larson and Don spon sored by and Dean Hotoel mann are spending this week at Es tes Colorado attending a camp of the Fellowship of Christian Ath Russell Lervold took a group on SHERDAHL 4H TOUR The Sherdahl 4H tour will leave the north door of the Scandia Legion Hall at on August The tour will include viewing of swine and crop projects of the mem A display of cooking and woodworking items will be held at the west end of the Legion Hall on Anyone interested in 4H work may accompany this ENROLLS IN IOWA COLLEGE Gene McDaniel has enrolled at Beranard College in Iowa where he will be working toward his The leave Scandia next week for new home in McDaniels will their Mc Legion Nine In Top Four At Chanute Tourney COMMUNITY CLUB Scandia Community Club met Sun day afternoon with Archie Isaacson presiding in the absence of the pres John Reports were heard on progress of our Centennial Plans were made for a barbecue eupper to be held on Friday August 18 at the athletic Committees were Two ball games will be scheduled following the Proceeds from the evening will go to the Centennial Newt Notes And Views Remember the barbecue for Cen tennial benefit to be held here on the Athletic Field this Friday at with interesting softball games to Weather has gradually moved into normal August conditions of hot and following cool resort weather for most of the past week as temper atures dipped into the With about ten days since the last rain fall the lack of moisture is beginning to show Tonys Hy Klas has a window dis play of varied articles in the dry goods line which the store handles besides food Archie Isaacson had his little pony returned Monday morning when Har vey Melby phoned to tell him it had found its way to theMelbyfarmsev eral miles south of We had driven behind the pony Sunday af ternoon a mile south of town but could not it off from going wards the We saw a deer Thursday coming out of our corn field and crossing the road into the cornfield on the Smith farm now being farm ed by Irvin tei CENTENNIAL FUND There are seven who have contrib uted for the year ot per month Delbert Walter John Chris Charley Alva Thompson and Soandia REHU making a total of Other contributions have been made by Ethel Girl Scouts and Johnson Laundromat for a total of There was a net of from the ice cream social making a total of raised since the project PEACE CORPS TO TEST ON AUGUST 19 Scandia area residents interested in serving with the Peace Corps in de veloping nations are invited to take the Peace Corps Placement Test at on August 19 at Main Post The test measures general aptitude and ability to learn a foreign lan not education or It is given to determine where and how an applicant will be happiest and best utilized The test requires no preparation and is non competitive an applicant can neither pass or The test takes approxi mately one hour and a Persons interested in serving with the Peace Corps must fill out an ap if they have not already done and present it to the tester before the Application forms are available from local post offices or from the Peace Corps in Wash Peace Volunteers with widely varying backgrounds are currently serving in 56 developing nations in Latin Am erica and the They are work ing with the people of these nations in self help projects rangnig from food production and health to edu cation and community Daniel will have employment at the recorder office at the County Court and McDaniel returned to Scandia after a 10 day visit with relatives in Iowa and also attended the Free Methodist while Scandia American Legion baseball team broke even in its two games in the state class B tournament at Chanute last week Encouraged Iby the enthusiastic support of some 35 or 40 fans from this area the ju niors trounced the pretourney fa vorite from Columbus 82 in the op ener Friday More than 50 Scandia fans were on hand Saturday afternoon for Law rence which had beaten Lyndon 80 This time the Soandia fol lowing were to be disappointed as their mainstay both in pitching and Arlan was unable One Centenarian To Another Margaret Ramsey who cele brated her 100th birthflay sent a from one centenarian to another greeting to Smith Center who is six days older than OPEN HOUSE There will be a Open House at Church camp the American Legion August 20 in honor of Margaret Ramsey who celebrates ho 100 birthday this House from 2 to 4 Everyone to Invit ed HOSPITAL NEWS Clarence Williamson returned home Sunday after several weeks stay at the Republic County Hospi Vic JJerggren of Republic was ad mitted August 7 for observation at the Republic County Rus sell Parlee Gunter and Albert Moe have been recent admissions to the hospital in Belleville Edward Kunze is a surgical at the Joseph Hospital in Con being admitted on Thursday last Melvin Pret Jensen has return ed to his home from the Med ical Center in Kansas City after sev eral months hospitalization Jennie Stromberg was dis missed from thjp iQounty STEVE POUNDS LOSES LEG IN GRAM AUGER ACCIDENT Steve Pounds son of and to go more than 2 13 innings because of He had been ill during1 most of the trip and required1 cal attention Friday night never theless he tiged to pitch against Law going until he be ing helped out by two snappy double plays by the Scandia Duane Gile Outstanding Gile came in to relieve iFolsom and pitched 4 23 innings af ter having gone the distance on Fri day in the win over This made a total of 11 23 innings in the twoday one of the highlights of Scandia It was Gile who pitched the win over Salina last rear in subdistrict The final score was certainly a creditable performance consider ing the caliber of the Law in ran out of pitching and was beaten by Hutchinson 191 in the fials Saturday This area can be proud of the teams showing at Chanute equally important was the interest shown by area fans in that there were about including going a dis tance of 300 mile for all Harvey Pounds of Norway or part of the ceived injuries to his left leg in a grain auger at the Maher Grain in Courtland on He was ad mitted to the Republic County Hos pital where his left leg was amputat ed below the SUPPORT HOME TOWN BUSINESS Hospital after several days of ob Wayne Curley Smith of Wichita is a patient at the Joseph Hospi tal in Leon Lindecrantz of Topeka vist ed hs and Malker Lndecrantz and Lnda over the week On Sunday his 20th birthday was celebrated with the v following present and Lawrence Lin decrantz and and Walter Hocker of Mis and Andrew and and and Stasford of Fonmoso Vernon Dale Stafford were evening and Gene Manhat tan were Sunday visitors at the Clark who had spent the week here returned home with SCANDIA KEHHU Scandia KEHU met July 13th with Ethel Modlin as hostess with eleven members answering roll call by Are you taking a vacation and where The Unit voted to give to the Community Club to be used for the Ruby Moravek received the hostess Anjeanette Isaacson presented the lesson New Medicines stating sev en antibiotics are now being used for diseases and doctoring has progress ed so much the last 20 Trans planting of various organs for our bodies is fairly The unit adjourned to meet Aug ust 10th with Charles Scandia KEHU met August 10th with Klima as hostess with 10 members answering roll Neva Linda Odell and Helen Ward became members of our Field trip was planned to go to Nebraska on September Hilton Waite from the Advi sory Council gave the Cul tured Her subject was the life of Stephen Foster which proved very Unit adjourned until September 14 which will be the field trip to Min After the first game this was re ported by the Chanute Scandia pulled off the surpriee of the day as it easily polished off a highly rated Columbus It was a 7run outburst in the 3rd inning that broke a 11 tie game wide Scandia 2b 3 If 3 3 Ib 3 3 cf 3 rf 3 ss 3 p 1 Total 25 Columbus AB R H E ss 4 4 3b 3 cf 2 c rf Ib 2b p 3rd 2 Total 26 Scandia 01700 Columbus 0100 Scandia AB R H E June Mark and Ter ry ICtoloraJdo and Fred Olson were lunch guests Tuesday of and Glenwood Freed and American Legion Poet 191 Bateball Team Front Randy Danny David Arlan Gary Erick Eddie Johnaon Bade left to LeMle Don James Duane Richard Maurice Jim Dwfeht Floyd 4000 If 3010 c 3101 Ib 3110 3b 3000 2010 rf 3000 3000 p 1002 Gile 2000 Total 27 2 3 3 Lawrence AB R H E 3b 4230 If 4120 ss 4010 Ib 4 rf 4 c c 2b of 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 Scandia 011000 003020 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Total 32 5 13 4H WHEAT GROWER HONORED AT SHOW Adrian re ceived championship rating on his exhibits of 66 physical samples of wheat at the District 4H Wheat Show in The Kansas Coop erative Extension Kansas State sponsored the event in cooperation with the Kansaa Wheat Improvement Association and Kansas Crop Improvement Associa MARCIA PERRY HONORED Miss Marcia a September was honored with a mis cellaneous shower at the Norway Lu theran Church on Saturday August Hostesses for the occa sion were Loren Richard Larson and Harvey Approximately 25 neighbor ladies and Charlie and Alvin Sjolander and Scotty Had Gene Kan di and Allen were Frdiay evening guests of and John ston and Charles and   

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