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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Page 6 - Section 1 Thursday, January 12, 1967' SENIOR CITII[ENli ANNUAL MEETING The senior citizens apart- mmat house project, owned her the Mankato Community Homes. Inc. held its annual meeting of members in M~n- kate oa January 3. The house dq'ectors elected for the corn- tag year are L. M. Weltrr~r, Lowell O. Yasmer, Richard Diamond, Merwin Paterson, A. T. Kramer, Chas. Ramey, and Bess Kramer, The board of directors then met and elec- ted L. M. Weltmer, president, Lowell O. Yasmer, secretary- treasurer, and Dr. Paterson, executive vice-president. The rest of the directors were cite- ted vice-presidents. The apartment house pt~ Ject has rented 14 of the 20 apartments and has six ldt available for rent. The month- ly rent is $65.00 which includes all utilities ucept talephmm. The units are air emdltlmed, have m(t water, have a eem- pletely furnlMmd kitchen, and have a central T.V. system. The ovdy charge to the t~nt. er is the $65.00 monthly clmrge. There are no oUmr charges of any kind. i Mr. Yasmer reported that !all of the construction bills and operating bills hava been IMfld and that $I000.@0 has been pldd on the note to Farmers Home Administration. Walter Camp- bell, the county F.H.A. super. visor, and L. Yasmer are cer- tainly to be commended tar the great amount of work. time and effort they have eX- pended on behalf of this pro- Ject which is certainly a Mut asset to Mankato ami Jewel[ winter. Thank you, R. I, B. Ontario, Oregm 97914, The Mankato Cougars de-[second section ot this week's teated Downs 78'~ 61 Satur-lpaper day night on the Mankato The" box scores of the court. The Downs "B" team Downs' games: won 41 to 37. Because of weather conditions, the games had been pmtponed from Frl- day night. According to Coach Miski- men, J. C, Clegg was the top defensive player in the last two games. He held the man he was covering in the Glasco and Dowrm games to below their averages for the year. Mankato will go to Lebanon Saturday, January 14, for e pair of contests and will play Osborne there Tuesday, Janu- ary 17. The write-up of the games and box scores of the St. John's games played Tues- day night, January I0, at Mankato are printed in the Mankate "B", 17; Downs, 41. fg ft f tll Leroy Moser 2 1 4 S Jerry Rourke 1 0 1 | Ed Wilson 5 6 4 16 Chuck Zadlna 3 1 3 7 Jack Dean 1 2 1 4 Leon Hell 0 3 3 3 Totals 12 13 16 37 Manksto "A", 71; Downs, 61. fg ft f tp Russell Lange 8 0 4 16 J. C. Clegg 4 0 4 I Melvin Kitts 4 4 4 12 Mike Rourke 9 1 3 19 Sam Colson ~ 4 5 14' Ralph Ozmun 2 5 3 9 ..Totals 3214 2.~ 78 , : ,: :..-%. ..... WIYH MAltY FRANCI.II By Mary ' Frances Heidren JeweH County Homo Eceeomics Agent Family Living--Opportunity Unlimited; Theme For The 11N7 Home Ectmemlcs Days: Manhattan -- *'Family Llv. ing--Opportunity Unlimited" is the theme of Home Econo- ~cs Days at the Manhattan City Auditorium, Manhattan, January 31 and February !, 1967, acording to Miss Anna- belie Dickinson, assistant to the state leader, Extension home economics, Kansas State University, Manhattan. All Kansas women are en- couraged to attend the ses- sions which feature K.State KI~II Old Farm Rocords: It's tempUng to clear Your files of some of thoee old farm bilk. But, you'd bette~ keep records of ordinary re- ceipts and expenditures for at least 5 years. An Internal Revmue Jkcvlce assessment againM a taxpay- er for additional tag dim must ordinarily be made within 3 years after the- filing, date~ The Kansas statute of limita- tions is 4 years. It is usually best to keep the records an extra year, Just to play it safe. Thus, it will pay you to save some records, other than. those regarding depreciation and capital assets, for at least. 5 years. Keep records of land pur- chases, building costs, and other capitil assets for as long as you own the item, usually this information is also re. corded in your depreciation schedule, In case of fraud, intent to evade tax, or failure to file, however, the statute of limita- tions does not apply, and the assessment may be made at La~ Marie Non Mr. and Mrs. John Rom are the proud parents of a dmllh- ter, Leah Marie, who was barn at the BeIIevflle Mspital Wed- nesday, January 4, at $:00 p. m. The little lady w hed 7 lbs. and t oz. at birth. The grandparents are Mr. and It, s. Jack Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Roa nf M~mkato and the great. ~Irand1~wbnts are Mrs. Carl Thronson, Matte, and Edith Swltzer, Concerdla. NOTICE will IWld ItS dem meeUM 16th, at 1:30 ing will be office in pose O( the the directm's for the ensldl~| tl~e meeting noon dinner ~or era at the cormmunity m Save $1.00 Playtex made. with kycra* Gffdles only $5.95, reg. $6.95. Hold-in power that won't wash out--machine washable Girdle only $5.95, reg. $6.95; Panty only $6.95, reg. $7.95; Long Leg Panty (shown) only $8.95, reg. $9.95 pine, Ponderosa heat in rural schools of this area. pine,l/hlte pine, Rock Mt. Junl. Good schools help guarantee a quts: future for Kansas...and we're glad ("D"siz ..... over the remainder of the ~eans a part in the education of Kansas es ~.utJ more~ day. The meeting will include be $~ 0 per hun- Save$1.00 ~ I b.usiness transactions and, elec- dred on all trees and shrubs ................. ,~ ............ "Living" Long Line Stretch I O d l f er:ks. and $l.0o per hundred for ....... :::::::::': : ' Bra only $6.95, reg. $7.95. ~.-~i>/),1~ Sandwiches are, favorites stratified nuts.!~'~] ~.~:~i Adjustable stretch /'~','~# [ among teenagers. It s easy :to Orders must be for 50 trees,... straps; sheer back ..o~~ N~ [grab a sandwich before rush- or a multiple of 50, of each species ordered. Nut orders ~: and sides. With or without '~.__~ ~k ~t lag off to a school activity. If must be. for 100 nuts, or a mul- 2-inchwaistband. AlsoV. Length ~_..~. ~ l your teenager is tired of the tiple of 100, of each Ipectes ~:~:. Long Line only $6.95, reg. ~ ~ I same old sandwich, try that ordered. $7.95 32A-44C. ("D"sizes ~ "~[ ["same old thing" slightly dif- Orders should be placed as ~R 8-3151 .. $1,00more) ~k _.~ I/trent' soon as posible to allow for BOX ~,O5 # ~[ Flaked Filling early planting. /11[[/]1 ] l (7 oz.) can tuna, flaked [ I )' I ~ [~/~ cup chopped stuffed olives I [ / 11/3 cup mayonais~ t resldent and Extension facul- any time. ty. Ek~"~l Tuesday's session includes Trees For Windbraaks: Trees for farm plantings ~(~'~)7 i disc~sions on family and,child will be available again this "~,f development, consumer infer- year from the extension ser. ~'~-~, mation on clothing, food hal)- vice and orders are now being ~/~ ~ ]its of children, communitytaken in the county office. Or.- Save 66 ~ ' //"~ need for the aging, and per- ders will be taken until the Playtex"Soft Line" ~k%"~#~t- ~[ sonal development for women. enough ~l Padded Bra :ith or ~v~ 11 Speakers will be four mem- supplYThe iSfollowingeXhausted.trees are Ir :~o~ s^t.retrCh st~ps. ~ I ~e::,:fi~hse C~[tgy.e ~fnd-H~w: available,shrubs: : 1,401 American plum, Cotoneas- [ 32A.Y38~.Z'~, eg. ,.~.'~.~.. ] '1 members of the Extension ~Llite a sum? You bet! r ' ~f~7 ~ [home economics faculty, K-tar, Fragrant Sumac, Honey- f / ! ~ \ ] State. suckle, Lilac, Multiflora Rose, That's .how much your local ! Miss Juanita Luthi, home Tomorix, Nanking Cherry. {~""~ . _ l service director, Gas Service Cooperative, along with 36 others iS ~ /~ ~ave $1.00 [ Company Kansas City, Me.,Decidious Trees: Black Walnut, Bur Oak, State, paid in property taxes last l ..----~.,~c"t~ "~/~/~ only"Living" Stretch Bra$3.95, reg. $4.95. [will~ for Wednesday'sbe the keynOtesess~n.SpeakerHer Chinese Elm, Cottonwood, We think it"s money well spent. Green Ash, Iiackberry, Honey ~,~-'~ Adjustable stretch [topic is, "Cook'ing With Your Locust, Osage Orange, Red- Besides helping build and r ~.~ ~ \\ straps; sheer backancl/Hat On. ' bud, Rusian Olive, Russian ~,~ '\ sides. 32A-40C ("D" l The annual meeting of the Mulberry, Silver Maple. schools through our tax payments ~...7.,,~ ~ sizes $1.00 more) Also [Kansas Extension Homemak- Evergreen: also provide electric power for ligt l ~t '.~..-~.,~ --Save.66/on l er Council will begin at I0 "Living Brawith bias-in.re, following Miss Luthi'spine.AUstrianscotch pine,pine, WhitePnd'~rSapine, */ \ 11 cut elastic sidel Presentation'. Mrs. NormanRed Cedar, Rockey Mr. Juni. 1~'.'.'.'.'.'.'.~J~... [I panels on ~ $3 29 l Thompson, Garden City, /';,~ ~f~t~ .... I KEHC president, will preside per, Spruce. . reg. $3.95 32A-42C Stratified Nuts: i. Walnuts, pecans. Prices will be $5.00 per hun- MANKATO, KANSAS All Bras and Girdles---White All Girdle sizes--XS, S, M, L. (XL sizes--S1.00 more) Combine all ingredients, and you have filling for eight sand- wiches. Fire At Milford Fall- Home Sunday Mornhte A disastrous fire ocurred at the Milford Fall home Sunday morning, January 8, at 2:00 a. m., ~. miles northwest of l~mia. L The $ story house burned to the ground. The family d~In't, have time to save anything and had to get out of the structure in their night clothes. The Jewell Fire Department came as fast as possible and were able to save AS SEEN ON the pump house and equip-, meat. The Milford Fall family is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin C. Fall, Jr. on their ;'&~,-. sontheast of Mankato, m war until a copy. *DuPont's registered lrcldemclrk Side Donels: nylon, Lvcm spondex, Front and back panels: ocelots, rayon, spandex. Crotchl 1000/o nylon. I ltlOHA}tD L. DI.%MOND. President JON B. MENHUSEN. Vh.e Pres.-Cashier W. I tALPH WAtTGH, Vice President D.K. BATCH, Assistant Cashier (JI.I':NNA FOGO, I~ookk~per HOV~'ARD L. APt)tEl[Y, Director ALVIN T. KRXMEIt, Director Condenud OffI~LM Statemm~t THE STATE EXCHANGE OF ~ATO, KAJ~llAS BANK at, the close o business on Eecember 31, 1966 Our engineers have become used .towouldn't turn a Pontiac seeingtheirldeasshowuponothercars, thing less than a standard Two years late. And apparently so have a inch V-8.Or aTeml: lot of car buyers. Because 1967 Pontiacs than our revolutionary Loans and Disco nto "$ 732,935.94 Capital Sto k - .$ 50,000.00 are selling faster than 1966 Pontiacs. Six. (Notto mention ell those UnJ State . Bonds ..... 742,576.59 Suprlus . 50,000.00 And '66 was a record year. . features like GM's energy When you think about it, why shouldsteering column and a du ll MUnicipal Bonds .......... 39,]00.00 Undivided Profits 40,286.99 you wait around for innovations like Our inder brake system with wsrr Cash and 3ight Exchange ...... _ 410,551.23 DId.POSIT8 ..... 1,809,373.56 disappearing windshield wipers? Or.for In short; our engln TOTAl. RI OLIRC $1,949, '60'.55 TOTAL LIt'..BILITI S '1,949;660' 5 ,m lnative optlm s like our exclu , lem to h.. done it a llr . hooi -moud ed Ulch? Especially when They ll y avian start you consider that our engineers fOr roysRies on the opie& ....., o, ......, o...,,, ,....,. "L~he AJbove Statement is correct R~h~rd L. Dian~ond, Prmldent BANK I~IITABLISlIrdD lt~J~f 122 W. JEFFERSON / MANKATO, - r%