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Scandia Journal (Newspaper) - October 12, 1967, Scandia, Kansas HF1 I JL IOPEKA Historical REPUBLIC KANSAS OCTOBER 1967 VOLUME NUMBER 36 Swedes Lose At Glen Elder Glen Elder struck early with two firstquarter touchdowns and went on to a 2618 win over the Flying Swedes at Glen Elder Friday They scored again in the second quarter to hold a 200 halftime Scandia fumbles gave the Bearcats an advan tage that could not be overcome and a measure of revenge for the 540 windswept victory the Swedes had here last Duane Giles throwing arm ac counted for all Swede scoring as he passed to Lervold for one and to Eriek Erickson for a long run for the other score a pass to Maurice Ler vold got the lone extra Seandias record SB now even at 22 for the season and 12 in Pike Trail League Notre Dame of Cnocor dia comes here Friday night as the Swedes attempt to even up league Last year Scandia emerged win ner in a rugged at BUILDING PERMITS Six building permit apliccations were considered at the regular meet in of the City Council Octo be The following permits were issued Carl Kellman to build dwelling 32x72 o the corner lots at Main and also permission to put in a 4 foot concrete walk along the east side and a 6 foot concrete walk along the south side of his West a permit to build a garage and stor age room she was also granted permission to break out curbing for a Ralph Larson to build a front porch on their floor of con crete with iron posts and Methodist parsonage to extend the ex isting cement garage building 2 more blocks to the Clarence and Opal Gile an iron covered frame storage building and horse shelter 12x28 on his property in the Buffalo Park Ad Morris Moraveks appplication to move in a storage building to his property on Kansas Avenue was tabled for the present REMEMBER CHAUTAUQUAS Does anyone remember the Chau tauquas that used to come to town during the summer An inquiry from a professor in Winfield doing research on the subject has made us interested in We would Eke to hear from readers who attended such programs n LEGION COFFEE TOUR The Scandia American Legion and Auxiliary were hosts Friday morning to the annual Coffee Tour with the following state and district officers in attendance Kansas Auxiliary Pres Lyle Bird City 6th District Mra Orla Mc Norton Public Relations Marilyn Wichita 6th District Commander and VJceJCom Gilbert Holyrood and Lyle Bird Rep Clayton Marys and Chaplain Garold The ladies Auxiliary were winners of the Early Bird embership contest and received the Early Bird Refreshments were Reformation Services To Be At Norway A special worship service commem orating the 450th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation will be held at the Norway Grade School Auditor October 29 at 10 Erwin district president of the Central District of the American Lutheran Church will be the guest Pastor Melvin Peterson will be La vern These services are the joint effort of the following churches Ada Luth Kaokley Evangelical Lutheran Churcr of Mankato Concordia Luth eran Amana Scandia Am erican and Our Saviours Lutheran of The Central District includes Kans and part of SWEDES AND JAMESTOWN PLAY TO 1212 DEADLOCK For the second year in a row Scan dia and Jamestown freshmen and so phomore football teams struggled on near even terms as they came out with a 1212 tie here Monday Last year Jamestown won Early in the game it appeared that Scandia might dominate scoring a the first but thevjflawks dug in and got a TD of their own in the second quater with the half ending Third guarter was scoreless and Jamestown went ahead in the last quarter but the young Swedes managed to ge tthe score and also had the A pass interceptio nput Jamestown deep in Scandia territory with the Swedes holding their opponents with out gain in the last WSCS FALL LUNCHEON The WSCS served their fall lunch eon October 5 at the Meth odist Church with guests and mem bers welcomed by the She closed her re marks with a Who Am I and introduced1 her Cindy who gave a piano and Carold Anderson of the Brantford Covenant Church gave a program of their expression of faith through music and Musical numbers preceded his por tray in chalk of the verses of Luke with for I have found my Anderson gave or gan music during his illustration of the Lost Their program closed with a duet To Be Used of and Max Berry and eons were supper guests Friday of and Vachel Crawford of For Wade and Joel remained over night and Saturday with their grand Killian Cites Farm Problems NFO HOLDS DINNER MEETING Fred field repre sentative for was the speaker at a dinner served to approximatel ythir ty farmers and their wives at the Roy al Monday Donald local NFO was in charge of arrangements and introduc ed the The National FFarmers Organiza which has been in about nine has as its goal the protection of the farmer against low It is a he of what you get for cattle against what you have to Many an efficient farmer has been forced to the Killian operating costs continued to farm prices remained same or Too many men have left the farms they grew up on to find more profitable employment else The farmer needs to be in the position where he can bargain for a fair One accusation raised against the is that it stands for Violence ia being done to but were going to retaliate with vio Rather it is by he Holding actions were af ter contracts and we were successful in geting Farmers ask a fair price and make marcet arrangements where they can get We are for collective NOT collective Who is going to back the farmer Will it be the government RUTH CIRCLE The Ruth Circle will meet October 19 at oclock at the Methodist Hostesses will be Gladys Johnson and Norma 50th ANNIVERSARY The Norway EUB Church is observ ing the 50th anniversary of the church building on October Ev eryone is welcome to Regular church Sunday Basket the dedi cation of the new LOCAL CHURCH CENSUS On October 15 the churcehs of Gourtland area will conduct a religious You will be called Please Ada Lutheran Church Christian Memorial Covenant Methodist CROSS COUNTRY TEAM BETTERS PREVIOUS TIME Cross Country runners added a new member and became a team as it in the Belleville meet on the golf course Monday Dana Brewer as the newest addition finished 20th in the field of approxi mately with a time of David Jeardoe and Gordon Berry finished 8th and 9th with respective times of and for the two mite It was the best clocking of the year for both sophomore Ron Aepegren finished 19th in a notch ahead of Jack Davis in his second came in 27th at Bellevilles junior won the event with another Belleville run ner placing This gave Belleville the team title with a low total of 23 points Minneapolis had Jewell and Scandia and Bud White and chil dren spent Sunday afternoon with and Marvin Nelson at Smith and Paul Winkle of Glen Elder were topper fUMto Sunday of Wwu SOROSIS STUDY CLUB The Sorosis Study Club met October 3 with Henry Henriksen and Russell Henriksen as Fifteen members were Re ports were given on th Summer Story Hounand Reading contest The interesting program for the af ternoon was a forum entitled Lei How to find it How to use it Effect on Mental The Deadly Art of presented by Russell Milford An Henry Henrickaen and Lee Courtesy coffee will be served by tho Sorosis Thursday October 18 at the Sixth JMstrict Con vention in Clarence Strom will be hostess at the next meeting and Todd Cardwell and and Roy Walls left Thursday morning to spend a few In Den Colorado visiting1 their Hand WelU and also tiMir broth Elroone who ii SCIENCE ROOM NEEDS SNAILS By The science under Miss Flynts is alive with exper iments and An aquarium has fogs and a The frogs need snails for One student is experimenting with snails to see what kind of ecavangers they Someone else is looking at snail eggs through the So a call is out for Has anyone some to donate Expeiments for the science fair are in cage after cage of white guinea pigs and For thbe unlearned of they are Mongolian desert interesting little animals with helicopter Hampsters were misin from then They were at their owners home over the week end and had babies The Seniors are running an exper iment testing the effect of reduced air pressure on animals and Grasshoppers seemed not to be affect ed at all Community Club Talks More Centennial Plans Community Club members had in teresting discussions at their meeting Thursday both about im proving Scandias image and further ing plans for the CITY IMPROVEMENT Town improvement suggestions brought up by the John Ny were to clean out to paint stop on the pavement by down town stop to make the park by the river a camp site for These were all discussed but no defi nite action was For all downtown win dows ought to be Those an VISITORS FROM GEORGIA Reeoe attended the Na tional Board Meeting of Contractors in last He was ac companied home by and who repre sented their state at the This was their first trip to the midwest and they were very impressed They were guests of the Recces from Wednesday until News Notes And Views Temperatures dropped into the mid 30s this Wednesday morning to bring some Varying reports of the de gree of freeze were received some reported none at all while in other places there seemed to be enough frost to do This has been a gen erally cool week following last Wed nesdays mid80 degree There was rain the last of the week amount ing to a quarter inch or After escaping frost Sunday nigjht indica tions Monday morning were for war mer weather until a new cool surge moved in about noon There has been considerable cutting of dry trees and trimming of others the past few but a great deal remains to be There are some large dead trees throughout Scandia that are a real hazard in that some one may be killed or injured by a fall ing A letter received by Vernice Swanson from her Emil Swenaon tells that he and his wife moved re cently to the Augustana Home for the their address 1407 East 14th and Bob Thompson have moved a house from near Nebraska to the lots south of tie Earl Melby where after remodel in thyrwill make their e VETERANS NOTES O During Octobeer a representative of the Kansas Veterans Commission will be in Belleville on October from to at the Clerk Courthouse to assist veterans and their dependents or survivors with veterans service Anyone unable to contact us at that time may phone or visit the office listed HI Veetrana Oommis Clayton Field Rep SHS Band To Clay Center Piotique Day The Scandia Band marched in the Swedish Hyllnings Fest in one of specially selected bands to have that Their fi nal outoftown trip will be to Clay to march in the Pior Two new instruments have been added Bass clarinet played by Carolyn Isaacson and baitone saxophone play ed by Jim The band has increased from 42 to 50 members and eight additional uni forms have been There are 46 members in the grade school band this Marching band members are as fol lows Twirlers Linda head twirler Deborah Ora Lee Patricia Nancy Ny lund and Cynthia Drum majorette Saralyn Flags Pam Paula and Carol Seniors Vicki Duane Patty CharlesKas Dick Lyle1 Larson Betty Jo Juniors Cheryl Kathleen Nancy Dianne FVxg Kenny Harold Herr Paul Dixie Sophomore Ron Debor ah Gordon Steve Coop Bob Esther Rose Beth Richard Saralyn Freshmen Carolyn Alice Suzanne Linda Kasp Lou Anne Nancy Cynthia Jeff Paula Martin Mike Eighth grade Jane Ann Peggy Le roy Carla Thftyne Linda Jim Mc Jim Anne Shar on Seventh grade Jerry Miss Pyle reports 56 students in mixed They have begiun work in on music for the vocal clinic to be held in Oawker No vember Miss Pyle also has sixty two students taking private instru mental Mildred Anderson and Judith wene dinner of and Dean rSothew and of Courtland on CENTENNIAL FUND Ice Cream Social Barbecue Supper Donations previously listed Junior Girl Scouts Brownie Scouts Lloyd Pauline Brown vacant buildings could be trimmed organizations which do not have stom FUND RAISING Do you want a was the challengge to all for a large amount of money will be need ed to make it a If needs are the majority the various organizations will be squarely behind centennial fund rais ing the Club decided to send letters to all chairmen asking what projects they would spon sor and At an August the centen nial financial committee vol untary contributions of a month fo a years membership which would include anyone in town or surround ins Part of that contrib SOCIAL SECURITY A representative the Social Se curity Administration will next visit Kansas on Octo ber Persons infor mation are requested to call at the CourthouseWelfare Office between and Do you operate a summer re barber beauty tax icab line or restaurant If remem ber that tips of or mmore a month received by any employee are to be reported to you by the employee and included in your quarterly For more information get in touch with your security NOTICE WSCS Rummage Sale will be held on November sponsored by the Naomi If you will have articles for it please contact Don Chris Nelson Glenwood DAVID THOLSTRUP WINS IN PASS AND KICK David Tholstrup was a first place winner in the 12 year old division of the annual Pass ad Kick com ipetition in Salina on First place winners will compete in zoe com petition later this the son of and Del bert Salina is a igmndson of and Reuben Johnson of and Warren Tebow and Cathy of Winfield Satur day evening of and Loven Florell and DOES ANYONE KNOW Doeanyone know anything about Minnie Bell born October 1874 in Republic County near We have had an inquiry from Bob Province from so have not found any infor mation about Her parents were George and Louisa Swisher Ram Brothers were Edward born and Frank born ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Scandia Chapter 481 OES met Tuesday October 1967 at with George Worthy Matron and George Worthy Patron At the cloe of the meeting Chase read a verse entitled God Knows and The next stated meeting was announced for October 17th at which will be Mason All Masons and their wives from Courtland and Republic are Refreshments were servd by and Hary ad Walter Fisher and Elsie would finance the drawings and Since there has been a serious lag in such This fund of in creased twentyfour dollars Thursday evening when checks were received from the Brownie Scouts and Lloyd How much morifiy will he needed Although some figures were men no definite goal was decided upon until more study has been done on what will be A large ther mometer will be set in a downtown window to show the rising funds for the What can be done to raise There could be buffalo Com munity bake pancake concession fun donkey baseball the ideas are many and as varied as there are YOUTH TAKE ACTIVE PART Schools came into the discussion because the Club knos young people have much to offer in ideas and Brownie Scouts and the Booster 4H Club have already made donations and other youth have shown readiness and eagerness to do whatever they They are the future leaders and should have an opportunity now to help honor the FREE ACTS Although free acts had been dis counted at previous inter est in them was revived Thursday ev j Some felt that wellknown pro fessional would draw out oftown Among many sug gestions was that of contacting the Swedish Dancers of They travel widely and were featured at Expo 67 this Red Cloud Dancers and a radio entertainer were also REGULAR MEETING DATE SET Attendance at some the Com munity Club meetings have been dis couragingly to the fact that there has ibeen no fixed and people forget or do not know about The Club set ite meeting date as the first Thursday and decided to have callers alert members the day of the HOSPITAL NEWS Lee Dickey was admitted to Joseph Hospital on Oct ober John Graham of Norway entered the Veterans Hospital at Wichita on transferred from the Joseph Hospital suffering a heart attack on Loren Isaacson admitted Monday for observation at the Repub lic County Elwyn Isaac son is a surgical patient and William Moe was admitted on Friday for med ical Ed Olson returned home last Wednesday after surgery at the Joseph Charles Peterson was an admission there on October and Freed was admitted on Oct ober Jerry Hay returned home Thursday from the Republic County Hospital following Daisy Loringi was dismissed on Monday and is now a resident at the BellView Manor in and Darrell Morehead and and Harvey Melby were afternoon coffee guetts Sunday of and Letter Thompson and Pti and Bob Thompson and family were ATTEND HYLLNINGS FEST and Max Berry and Gor and Earl Melby and and Ralph Larson and Lou and Clyde and Bill Reeoe and Mildred Anderson and and Lorem Florell and and Don Larson and and and Arnold Robert and and Milton Coop er and family were among those at Lindsborg on Saturday for the Hylln Fest MUTUAL BENEFIT CLUB Mutual Benefit Club met September 27 with Arthur Goodwin as hos Six members and Gery Thompson and children were The next meeting will be on October 25 with Gib Price as Birthday guests of Carl Ham mer on Wednesday afternoon were Wallace Raymond Sena Ting Alice Mar tin Benny Larvold and EIReno and Max Berry and and Crawford attended the Oth wedding anniversary of and Payne in Formoao on Sun
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