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Columbus Telegram, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Columbus, NebraskaBuzzing with Bob personals saturday oct. 10, 1970 Columbus Nebraska tha Telegram s Extension agon you be voting on same import a n t o and mints tuesday nov. 3. Each one will have a bearing on Hie future of tier sonic. To help you belter understand Inch one our office has n handout that explains All 15 amendments. Tills bulletin is prepared by Everett Peterson Extension e c o n o m i s i. Lie received his information from the summary of constitutional amendments by the Nebraska Legisla tvs Council. If you would like a copy please Call write or come in. The value of Corn stalks As a source of Winter feed seems to be getting More and More recognition. Last year a number of reports were received concerning the Sale of irrigated Corn stalks for to for 160 acres. In other areas Farmers find there is hardly any Market for them. This year the demand is Likely to be greater than usual since Toto Hay crop was Short in in any parts. A Rule of thumb guide which Lias been used in the past has been 10 cents per heart per Day for mature cows. Charges for smaller animals would be proportionately less. These rates would be applicable under circumstances where Hay was Worth about ?20 a ton and somewhere in the neighbourhood of 3 to 5 bushels of ear com was left in the Field. Tins year Hay prices Are Likely to be higher and Field losses greater. Hence it seems logical that a higher Price might he charged for the use of stalks or Grain sorghum stubble. Two kinds of adjustments might he in order 1. Adjustment because of the higher Price of Hay. Divide the current local Price of Hay by Long Lime average Price of Hay and multiply the answer by 10 cents. As an example let s say the local Price of Hay was divided by is 1.5. One and a half times 10 cents is 15 cents the adjusted base rate. 2. Adjustment for unusually Large amounts of Corn left in Field. Reasonable care in harvesting and Normal conditions May result in about four or five bushels of ear com left in a Field yielding 100 bit Shell this amount might be taken As an except Able amount for the base rate. An additional charge might be made for Esli maled amounts of Corn in excess of five bushels. For example let s say there is an estimated 10 bushels of car Corn left in the Field. The excess Over the acceptable five Bushel limit is five bushels. The amount of the excess times one third or two fifths of the Price of the Corn at Harvest time might he a reasonable additional charge. In this illustration this would mean 10 minus five or five times 40 per cent of assumed Price of Corn or per acre. These Are Only suggested guidelines. Actual terms will depend on bargaining Between cattlemen and owners of stalk Fields and will depend on the Supply of available stalks whether water is available the local Hay crop Etc. Nothing improves one s driving More than the discovery that his operator s License has Hospital report St. Mary Hospital daughter to or. And mrs. Gerald c. Micek 833 second Street six pounds and seven ounces oct. 9. Daughter to or. And mrs. Theodore w. Ollert. 1, Columbus seven pounds and 10 ounces oct. 9. Son to or. And mrs. Walter a cock h08 third Street six pounds and seven ounces oct. 9. Admissions mrs. Jerome ii. Sock darks Fred a locker Shelby mrs. James Maslonka Columbus. Dismissals mrs. Martin Koziol Genoa Mary Behrens Lindsay Willie Williamson St. Edward mrs. Paul Braun Michael Krings mrs. Arthur lecher mrs. Lyonald Williams William Prokupek mrs. Robert Schmid and son Columbus. Behlon memorial Hospital admissions Marian Keyes sirs. Katherine Kaufman Columbus. Dismissals Henry Goeing i late Center. Killed Stromsburg pvt. David Larson of Axtell brother of Sims teacher Jerry Larson was killed in Vietnam oct. 4, according to inform Nylon received this week. Kris Keller Columbus Handy Hood tenon Aive Howard Central City ure Sophomore members of lie cast for tie tragedy of a Holcli will la presented at Kearney stale Cou Jjo oct. 20-24. Earn annual return with compolo safety. Have fully secured first Noorlun Rijs for Sale. Phone 564-6422. . Steak Fry saturday oct. 10 to members guests 2373 the great Tracy "20 s lounge 234g Laird Loomis accompanied by or. . Lynnan went to Lincoln Friday evening to attend Kappa Kappa Gamma dads night dinner As a guest of his daughter Ann. They also attended the Missouri Nebraska game today. Pal a calling formerly of Columbus has been cast Iii Churilo in Norfolk Community opening production never too oct. 15-17. Curtain Lime comedy 8 . At Norfolk City auditorium. For not Leo Law enforcement teamwork vote Ray Baker for county attorney paid by Gale Ossendorf 2391 p new office hours Boulevard vision clinic 3806 Howard Boulevard Columbus Nebraska or. . Gray or. . See Jer optometrists hours Mon Fri thurs evening closed on saturdays Telephone 564-2761 2.1531-lh-s wanted cock evening hours. Experience helpful but will train. Please apply in person to or. Frieze Louie s restaurant. 22qtf College View Mobile Park now ready Tor occupancy phone 564-456b 219tmh-f a rum imported quart the Oasis bar package store 2382 Ted Schmidt plate Center has pledged Phi Kappa Tau fraternity at Kearney stale College. Albi scotch doubled sunday Nile . Bowl 4 games use Best 3. Entry fee per couple. Columbus bowl. 2331 car undercoating Hugn Lurly slops Rawlins. Pro Eccli your cur. Slop in today or special Price own stumps Leonhord Conoho phone is and 27lh ave. Entertainment Larry Marik Trio the great sound for dancing _ october 10 Louie s restaurant cocktail lounge 2373 dancing in the turf lounge live music Friday and sat urday. This week the Blue the Lark bar. 2382 or. And mrs. . Ward will leave for their Nome in Fredericksburg tex., after a week s visit with his Mother mrs. Clayton Ward and visits with relatives at grand Island Arcadia and Ord. Dance to the country troubadours saturday night Al the Riverview inn. Featuring lefty Corder on the Lead fiddle. Open Friday and Satur Day nights. 23r2 bowl with the pros win a 550.00 entry in the Boulevard lanes pro am sweeper sunday oct. 11, . 2382 a magical double feature filled wit adventure Minuni to Itutti Kiwi shown i v new Whtie Rose Rod o3obri sat a Sun mi1, and mrs. Louis Cyza returned to St. Paul minn., after a weekend visit with relatives while Here for the wedding of Margaret Starostka and Ralph Knipstein or. Sunset Antiques Junction Hiway 81-30 South 67lflh-f-s honouring Linda Michlel and Robert Labenz a pre mip Lial dinner was Given by his Mother mrs. Sylvester Labenz at her Home thursday evening. Guess included the bridal party father Regis Walts the Bride s parents or. And mrs. Ii. J. Lehtel and mrs. Tom Bradley Kurt and Tom of Leigh or. And mrs. Tony Labenz and family of Denver. Original Spiro Agnew watches at Miessler drug. 2393s-l-lh or. And mrs. De Murcek and or. And mrs. Allen Kluever returned tuesday from the Bahamas they attended the four Day american pails conference. Enter now ladies Colum bowl tournament. Call Harry Carlson if interested. Columbus bowl. 2391 Wunderlich s Barbecue saturday night 122tt-s Junior youth Fellowship held a slave auction and dinner tills week the slaves to work for the others today and next saturday. Plans were begun for drive in food service oct. 22 at lie Church parking area and for work Days at Camp Calvin Crest oct. 29-30. After the regular meeting wednesday the group had a pop bottle raid. Nurses Williams Neuhaus Are pictured with the Bennett intermittent positive pressure machine used at Bellen Mem orial Hospital to treat chronic respiratory disease to insure proper breathing following surgery and to assist respiration in acute surgery two nurses attend recent session on inhalation therapy recently returned from an inhalation therapy conference in South Sioux City Are Hossann Neuhaus of Schuyler and Sheridan Williams of Columbus both registered nurses at Buchlen memorial Hospital. The two Day conference attended by inhalation therapists nurses and paramedical personnel from a Tri slate area dealt with treatment and equipment used in the management of All types of respiratory disease. In addition of various sessions concerning the medical aspects of respiratory conditions there demonstrations of every Type of inhalation equipment. From the simplest oxygen administration apparatus to the ultrasonic Nebulizer and highly sophisticated respirators capable of Complete breathing control. Five Columbus men selected of 1970 volume Columbus Jaycees announced today that live local men have been selected for inclusion in the 1970 edition o f outstanding Young men of America slated for publication in december. The men Are Larry Frosch Heuser chamber of Commerce manager Leroy k a 11 w e i to Edward d. Cerny a y c e e president or . Conrad and Ronam l. Sabata. Each year More than Young men Between Ages 21 and 35 Are nominated for the awards publication by Jaycee chapters civic organizations College alumni associations and military commandants. Criteria for selection includes a Man s service to others professional excellence business advancements charitable activities and civic and professional recognition. Forecast r by Sidney Omarr forecast for monday october 12 Nellie Benson rites monday Silver Cheek mrs. Nellie Benson 91, a former chairman of the slate Board of control died Friday in a Scottsbluff Hospital. Funeral services arc set for 11 . Monday at Mckown funeral Home Silver Creek with Rev. E. John Kess officiating and burial will be in the Silver Creek cemetery. Her body will lie in state a of tar 4 . Sunday. A Polk county farm resident most of her life mrs. Benson began her Long career of Public service As a school teacher in Ruvil and town districts for 10 years. She served on the Polk county and Nebraska state farm Bureau awards and was elected president of the Nebraska state farm Bureau federation be Only woman to serve As head of that organization. She was appointed to the Nebraska stale Board of control in 1929, serving until 1035. From 1030 to she served on the Polk county Rural Public Power Dis Ricl Board and she was president of the Nebraska association of hural Public Power districts in 1941. She also served As a d a socratic committe woman from Polk county. Daughter of the late Tillon and Angerona Hill she was born Jan. 24, 1879 at Johnstown Ohio. In the Early 1980s the family moved to sch Nyler and later to Merrick county where she was educated. Shu also attended Fremont Normal College. On june 3, 1903 she married Dealton Benson who preceded her in death in 1934. Mrs. Benson was a member of United methodist Church Eastern Star daughters of the american revolution and the Nebraska society of Mayflower descendants being an eighth generation descendent of John Alden. Surviving Are two sons Ennell of Scottsbluff and Gilbert of Torrington Wyo. Daughter mrs. Fred Hazel Merida la of Clear Lake Iowa six grandsons seven great grandchildren. Six Brothers and three Sisters preceded her in death. City briefs cd notice Catholic daughters will have a program on Home decorating accessories at their monday pm. Meeting at pc Hall. Pat Council monday at . The Pat Council will Mel at Junior High. Vow glib get out the vote Powers Are to be brought to the vow Junior girls meeting . Tuesday. For further information Call mrs. Victor Peterson. Wreck victim now out patient Albion Henry Niemeyer one of three survivors of a head on Auto Accident in february has become an out patient and will continue the physical and Speerli therapy he has had since that time according to his Mother mrs. Henry Niemeyer or. He had severe head injuries and was in a coma much of the Spring and summer. He is at the Home of his Mother in Law mrs. Mildred Coglizer 2706 Browne Street in Omaha. Aries Warch in Arlt be of Suhler nuances. Don t overplay or fx-53qerale. Conservative course is now. You can a name discovery resins n sol d gain. Taurus april 30-mny 205 so Elighi on How 10 effect beneficial changes. Be analytical. Deal member of opposite cd. Ask questions in direct manner. Gemini May 21-Junc emphasis is on hav you relate to superiors. Means rigid or Curkis for common interests. De diplomatic approach. At is adv Sab e. Cancer june 31-july you May find that Mere advertising or publicity is necessary o achieve Yoal. In personal area talk and write make known your Aims coals. Lorils on ocl Clive. Leo july 23-aug interest in sub Leafs persons . Take seriously statements made by mate partner. Your assets May Worth Nure than icy imagine. Act accordingly. Virgo aua.33.sept. You May be involved in completion on Legal . Gel expert counsel. Be to willing listener. Sift thro Josh information. Libra sept. 23-Otf. Special person wants to be of service. appreciation be co operative. Don t permit Pride to stand in any of Progress. Pc a get fresh a cent of View Vilch is or. And mrs. John Butner and children flew Back to Michigan after attending the wedding of Margaret Starostka and Kalph Knipstein or. Eagles saturday Nite pot Luck supper i bring a covered dish to there at . Also Millie s swinging combo from 9 i members guests 2391 take 5 armchair journeys of romantic spots around the world. Buy season tickets for the Platte Valley travel adventure series. Price or adults students for families. Contact the Columbus area chamber of Commerce or any women s division members for further details. 2383 today and sunday matinees Only time . All seats 75c starts monday oct. 12 find terrific values for yourself your Homo your family choose from a Large selection of fresh new merchandise at savings of 20% and Moro quantities Are limited so to Here Early for the Best selection. Columbus Day message radio a tit on oct. 12 will broadcast a Columbus Day message by John w. Mcd Vilt supreme Knight of the knights of Columbus. Tiie broadcast will he ill . Bolh am and pm. The executive head of the member Catholic fraternal organization will talk on Christopher Columbus an Optimist for our in commemoration of the epic h32 voyage of Lite discovery of America. Local arrangements for the broadcast were made by knights of Columbus Council no. 938, Wilh Robert Walmsl rom grand a Nigel. Service moms n a v y mothers will meet at . Monday at vow club. Senior scouts Uirl scout troop 42 will meat with mrs. Robert Gangel 8 . Tuesday to discuss plans for attending the senior conference in november. Bring National dues. Historical 1 Latte pioneers and historical society annual meeting will be. . Monday at St. Luke Church. Now time slag Etlo at elks country club will be 7 . Fun Day. Social Security John b. Cook of the Norfolk social Security office will be i n Columbus oct. 2i from 9 . To noon at the City auditorium. Cook reminds that social Security beneficiaries who will soon be 18 and plan to stay in Sci tool should be sure to return immediately the school information rues Leonaire they get in the mail. Robak services funeral services for mrs. Thelma s. Lobak 82, of Silver Creek who died tuesday morning in the Genoa Hospital were held Friday at St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Silver Creek. The Rev. Stanley Milera officiated and burial was in the Parish cemetery. Members of the altar society and St. Cecilia s served As honorary pallbearers. Casket bearers were grandsons David j., Steve Dan John and Mike Robak and William l. Spulak. Mckown funeral Home was in charge. Employment office Columbus office of the division of employment will be closed monday Columbus Day. Cicil Euclive. Scorpio oct. 53-nov. Break Down cations Senera Hwi Gap. Pc or intuition Points the Way. Dynamic App Roach a com of frills does liw 1rfck. accordingly. Change occurs. Sagittarius Thuv. 22-dec. Cover As m cd Ler Tilory As posse be. Find out the Why events. May of at slake. Correct errors have men per mixed to lag. Bn9hlen residence. Capricorn dec. Key is to be versatile without gelling too Many Irons in fire. Some contain truth. 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