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   Scandia Journal (Newspaper) - October 5, 1967, Scandia, Kansas                                The Scandia Journal ESTABLISHED IN 1871 REPUBLIC KANSAS OCTOBER 1967 VOLUME NUMBER 85 YW Banquet Committees c Are Appointed MotherDaughter banquet will be held October There are a few changes since the first reading of committee appointments at YWCA Committee chairmen are listed first with their second in command listed MotherDaughter Banquet comit mittees CoHostess Elizabeth Erickson Ann Decorations Shirley Cardwell Gen evieve Pauline Glenna Patsy Esther Thomp Program Mary Nell Beece Pat Irena Vivian Helen Norma Ethel Ruby Tickets June Ruth CleanUp Joyce Larson Velma Mae Maxine Ruth June Virginia Kitchem Marcile Curry Gladys Laura Alvin Sjo Opol Marion Kail NELLIE SHEPHERD IS 101 YEARS OLD Nellie a former resident of the Scandia Rest Home is 101 years Tonight DO YOU WANT A CENTENNIAL She celebrated her birthday Sep Thursday October VICKI FLORELL WAS HOMECOMING QUEEN VicM Florell was named Queen of Community Club City Hall the 1967 Scandia Friday tember 22 in the WilbeckRest Home in according to the Jewell County Record which carried a picture of She was born in in Her father homesteaded a farm south of Esbon in Nellie Mc Mammon had a millinery store in Es bon until she moved to Mankato in Her Clarence Shepherd died a few months after their mar Newt Notes And Views Last Friday we visited the Doane office in the Republic County Court house at Belleville for the first From this small room on the second floor on the south sde an important work has been carried on since early last yea Time will tell better what has been accomplished in an attempt to equalize real estate valuations over the Dick Jones of Belleville was in charge of the office that day as Don ald Johnson was reviewing some ap praisals Dick has worked with property valuation for a long time as business assessor and has been UNDERCLASSMEN 2nd HALF OVERWHELMS NOTRE DAME 460 Freshman and sophomore football ers completely dominated Notre Dame in the second half here Monday night to score a 460 Halftone score was 130 but the young got int ogear in the half to put across five the last a flashy punt return by Neal Combs helped along by good TableCommittee Anjeanette Isaaclof helP to several times when we Georgine Gladys Ger ry Deanna Don Rosie Bud Hallgren Buffet Table and Dish Committee Thelma Larson Norma Neva Vi vian Russell Leslie Aileen Al ice Opal Harold Myrtle FORMER SCANDIANS WRITE OF FAMILY EXPERIENCES Algot Anderson receved a let ter from who with Pastor Linnerson and family lived here some thirty years She writes about thedr Beth at her Moppet Players lihefc fea tured in the Scandia Journal year Linnereon was preparing 60 or large photographs of the Moppet Player cast to be used for advertising asthey their series of 120 per formances of childrens plays in 60 Bchools in Marshall After these performances Beth will fly to to Pennsylvania and New York to lec ture and hold workshops on childrens Thirtythree cities have asked her to start childrens work for Linnerson and her husband were visiting in Mexico last year when a tourist lost control of his oar and backed Linnerson against her car and broke her She was in the hospital for some time but is now able to resume her job as organist at the James Luthenan Minnea polis were in that We had some questions to ask about some of own valuations one thing we discovered was a great num ber ofclassifications of At least it appears that the necessary factors were RUNNERS PERFORM WELL AT MITNEAPOLIS MEET Scandias Cross Country runners showed up well again in the meet at Minneapolis last David Jeardoe came in 7th Berry Ron Aspegren 30th and Jack running for the first 39th in the field of There were seven schools Scandia team does not figure in the scoring as seven runners are MOE September Erick Erickson received the King Attendants of the queen were Betty Jo Tedrow and Patty King attendants were Maurice Lervold and Roger All honored students were from the senior The senior marching under the direction of Miss Phyllis led the pregame ceremonies with Roses and Roses to salute the new named Queen and Crownbearers were kin dergarten Monte Kent Gayle Johnson and Jody The Queen was presented a dozen red roses and corsages were given to the Miss Pyle and her marching band ialso presented halftime ceremonies including a review of the Queen and her NOTICE The City Council will meet Friday October 6 at YWCA will not meet on October 9 due to the MotherDaughter Banquet on October WSOS Rummage Sale will be held on November sponsored by the Naomi If you will have articles for it please contact Don Chris Nelson or Glenwood Deaths Wheat seeding is moving along well this week as sunny weather has moved There was a light frost last Thurs day but apparently very little damage There was some milo nipped but it seemed to strike the most ma ture Mand Railroad signal light south of town is now in operation as crews completed work on it early this t In the Sorosis story last week the word beautiful was used in referring to a It should have read boun PRO A M A T I O N By the Governor Executive Department State of Kansas Kansas LIBRARY NOTES Books given to the library by and Clark Danielson The Hoos ier Schoolmaster by Edward Eggle na Rivers by Mary Holmes True ston My by Forerster Le To The Old Fire by Henty Am erica or the Sacrifice by Robert Cham bers Quincy Adams Char les Felton Pidgin Ruth Fielding on Cliff Island by Alice Emerson In ternational Short Stories by Anna Ka TO THE PEOPLE OF KREETINGS econes of lives and mil lions of dollars of property are lost year to the ravages of uncon trolled fire in and much sorrow and suf fering and fianancial hardship come to the citizens of this Statee because of and the valiant profession al and volunteer firemen need the assistance and cooperation of an in formed citizenry to tid in combating the hazard of and exerience has proven that an effective fire prevention pro gram can materially reduce the threat of fire ROBERT GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF do hereby de AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall on Sept ember 1967 with twelve members James president called themeeting to The pres ident announced the following chair men for the coming year Americanism Billy Farrell Child Welfare Lloyd Brown Civil Defense Tate Commun ity Service Lula Waite Consti tution and By Laws Strom Education June Coop er Foreign Relations Alice Graham Girl State Darrell Garst Activities Ethel Mod lin Legislative Tedrow Membership Marion Kallman Muaic Ila SJolander Rehabilita tion Allen Gunter Poppy Norris Moravek National Security Anjeanette Isaacson Publicity Homer Cardwell TV James The Auxiliary birthday calendars were The auditing com mittee gave a report of the years The Junior Auxiliary members made cookies for the Kirk Rest Home in The unit voted to donate to the Community Club the money received at the Erickson for the Centennial The Coffee Tour was at the Legion Hall September 29 at Next meeting will cbe October Mary Moe died at Republic September 29 at the ae of followin a long ill She was the wife of William mayor of who Other survivors are William Moe of a Olive McFarland three William Cooper of Munden and Char les and Dennis Cooper of Funeral services were held at the Scandia Methodist church Oct ober with the Lee Dickey Interment was in River view BachelorFaulkner Dart Funeral Home of Scandia was in charge of CLYDE MILNER Clyde Melvin 61 pass ed away September 16 at the Lukes Hospital in Services were held on Sep tember 29 from Howard Chapel in Relatives received word Wednesday of the death of Ed Knudson of Hor Knudson was a bro therinlaw of Lloyd Davis and services were held Saturday in Hor Swedes Beat Tigers In Homecoming Game FOLKNER SHOWS PARADE T1LMS TO LEGION Scandia American Legion Post held a special meeting Tuesday evening to promote the membership drive for More than 50 members and guests County Commander Louis Kasper of Cuba was present and spoke Feature of the evening was color films of the 6th District convention parade at Concordia last April shown by Bill who was Commander of DaviesCrook Post 76 at that time he is now First instrumental in making the long parade narrated the Lunch followed tihla First win In PTL play for Swedes came at the expense of Court land Friday night in the SHS Home Final score was 3918 as near ly all of the reserves were freely usedL Halftime score was Scandia got the jump on the scoring early in the the first touchdown on a pass play was nullified by penalty but the came right back to get one that count That was the lone first quarter with 19 points going on Scoreboard in the second Br ick Eriofcson got three touchdowns ott runs of 8 and a 65yard punt re turn Duane Gile passed for the other three TDs two to Don Hammer and one to Maurice Both of these receivers accounted for an extra point ffrom Giles throwing arm and Lyla Larson scored the other extra on a The Swedes go to Glen Elder I Friday Last Friday Glen Elder lost to Jamestown KEHUiGOES TO MINDE iN The Scandia KEHU enjoyed a field trip to Pioneer Neb raska on September Ar chie Isaacson and Ernest Kirk accom panied these Archie Ernest Ed ward Morris Mora Charles Artie Anjeanette Ethel Darell Mra John Odell and Mrs Andy Thomp thrine Green Oliver Twist by Charles signate the weeek of October 8 through Dickens The Malefactor by Phil lips Bluebeard by Alte mus Series The Princess by Tenny son A Tale of the Prairies by Lester Given by Walter Berger in memory of Lewis Two Detective by Several paper Given by Rhonda Hall Treasure Is land by Robert Louis Given by and Max Muth Do Evil in Return by Margaret Millar Homeport by Olive Prouty Proud New Flags by Van Mason At Last by Marion Harland Now Never by Manning Coles Mountain Time by Bernard Devoto Kentucky Stand by Jem Wheelwright The Dark Wood by Christine Weston Something Between by Marian CockrelL Cavalier by Francis Parkinson Keyea Step Right Uu by Dan Mannix Friends and Lovers by Helen Machines The Web of Daya by Edna Lee Woman of Property by Mabel and Charlie SJolander wan Thursday evening of Alvin djokndar and Soott taf Scotts and Eddie and Herb Sandell and Lord of Manhattan were on a cattle buying trip last week in Oklahoma afcd New October as FIRE PREVENTION WEEK n and call upon our people o promote programs for prevention if fires I urge local Chambers of Commerce and abor and farm as well as civii and public formation to share actively n observing Fire Prevention also direct the appropriate agencies of the State government to assist in this effort to reduce the loss of life and property resulting from DONE At the Capitol uv Topeka under the Great Seal of the State this lt day of and Lloyd Nelson were coffee guests Monday morning of and Larry honoring Hobsons Adult education classes at Beloit VoTech beglin next Monday October 9 in 15 different areas of in It is expected that most students will complete enrollment on the open ing sessions their respective class Instructors will come from the regular daytime staff as well as from Beloit craftsmen in their respective In some instances those classes will be held in some of the city Courses offered are Diesel Mechan ics Electronics Electricity Refriger ation and Air Conditioning Sewing Major Appliance Repair Upholstery ad FCC 2nd Young Farmers Class wilLmeet on October 17 and Surveying begins on November Director Robert Severance indicated that there is a need for a minimum of seven members per class to justify its BOOSTERS 4H CLUB The Sherdahl Boosters 4H Club met on October 1 for pot luck 19 members and 8 leaders were present for the Roll call was an swered with something you did for a more safe The election of officers was Gary Hobson was elected president Cynthia Mi chael secretary Paula Non treasurer Mary Ann Waite and Leroy reporters Linda Lirtdecratrti ians Gary Hobson and Cynthia Council Paula Non alternate Judy Beth Randy Farrell and Lyle Jane Hob Ann Johnson and Sheila Thomp son leaders Sharon Rhonda jHall and Ritchie The parents had the Larry Hobson talked on Awards and Warren Johnson gave a Health Don Runft presented riddles for the group to Homer Cardwell return ed the 4H Books and explanied the proper order which they should be OTHER COMING SPORTS October 9 Cross Country at Jamestown Scandia football game on Scandia athle tic LIONS CLUB Tuesday September twentynine members and seven guests mt at the Royal Cafe for supper at which was served by the Lion Chief Robert Lervold called the meeting with the group singing Am giving the Flag Pledge and Guest speaker was Dean sponsor of the Fellowship Christian Athletes unit and four FCA each giving a speech on their Pictures were shown on the activities and Next meeting will he at Cafe on Tuesday evening at 7 Please be there U I ART CLUB George Cardwell was hostess on Tuesday to members of the U I Art EIReno Sederlin was a Members present were Carl Sen Martin Carl Wallace Raymond Alice Hammer andJ Ben BY THE GOVERNOR ROBERT DOCKING SEAL Shanahan Secretary of State SHERDAHL KEHU Sherdahl KEHU met with Clarence September Herrman opened the meeting with a Roll call was answer ed on their topics for the year by all Mrs Lula Waite gavethe Council Lesson on New Medicines was given by Emil Unit adjourned by reading the A lunch was served by the The next meeting will be with Emil Klaumann October The esson on Legal Transactions will be given by Dick Anderson and Mar West and uth Johnson were dinner guests Sunday of and Jake Karl and Monday afternoon coffee guests of George Larson dart Nonrto and Algvt LOCAL CHURCH CENSUS On October 15 the churcehs of the Courtiand area will conduct a religious You will be called Cferiqtlan Memorial Oowtnant Leroy The 4H nominating committee met at the Clarence Herrman home Satur day Paula Gary Hob Linda Malker and and Homer Cardwell were HOSPITAL NEWS Julia Johnson is a resident at the BellView Manor in Belleville fol lowing her dismissal from Republic County Hospital on Richard Jensen was dismissed from the Republic County Hospital on Sat Jerry Hay is a surgical patient at tle Republic County Hospital being admitted on Tuesday last Lindy Lindblad has return ed to his home in Courtiand from the Joseph Ernest Barthlemew was taken to the Republic County Hospital on Edna English has been a pa tient at the Joseph Hospital where she underwent SCANDIA HIGH SCHOOL 1967 FOOTBALL SCHEDULED October 6 Glen there October 13 Notre here October 20 Cawfcer there October 27 here October 31 there November 11 p nu Junior Class News Do you want a clock radio Ask any junior class mmber how you may own the one to be given away during the ScandiaNotre Dame football gigmeon October Please dont ask what the radio looks like becaus its a and Arlie Perainger and Family were week end guests of CARD OF THANKS I wish the following men who helped put up my hay Don Pat Larry Reu ben Lloyd Artie Johnnie Brad ley Danny Sandell andLarry Special thanks to Pat Sandell ACTIVITIES October 6 Lyceum Charles radio 7 Band to Hyllnings Fest at Linds 9 Individual pictures to be taken ginning Soandia grade 10 Senior announcements chosen at 11 Western Power and Gas Norway at Scandia Grade Scandia 14 Parade at 21 ACT test for 23 MotherDaughter November 23 Teachers 7 Pike Trail LeagueVocal 17 Junior 222324 Thanksgiving Dtcember 11 In Christmas Vacation January 2 School and Clarence and Clarence Leroy Leroy and enroute from Colorado to their home in On Sunday afternoon they all viadted with Ethel Thomas at the Belleville and Howard firewater and family of Clay Nebraska Callers at the Robison home the past for working the wheat ground have been and Joyce planting my Thanks also to all the neighbors for the lovely rub ber All of these acts of kind ness were greatly appreciated and will never be Daniel Supper guests Saturday of and Martin Larson ware and Kansas week uesU of and Davis and Craif Bradley Mrs Gary El sie Edith Elfie MissAmanda RosertBr and Henry Freeman of and Ev erett John and and Debby and and Ed Edward Robiaon of Concordia and John SUPPORT BOMB TOWK   

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