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January 12, 1967     Jewell County Record
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PAGE 6B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS THURSDAY CARD OF THANKS We so enjoyed tile cards, gifts and well wishes ol friends and relatives while at the hospital and since return ing home. Thank you all. --Ka ran and I,eah Marie Ross. MANY THANKS I wish to thank everyone for the cards, gifts and visits to me while I was in the hos- pital. All such kindnesses will be remembered always, -Debbie Clark. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my rela Lives, friends and neighhors for their prayers, gifts, cards, flowers and telephone calls while I was a patient m the Kansas University Medical Center and since returning home. Your acts of kindness and love will always be appre elated and remembered. --Mrs. C. M. ttower. MANY THANKS I wish to thank all my neighbors and friends for the cards, letters and visits to me while I was in the hospital. A special thanks to the State Highway boys who sent flow era. ---Earl Murray. MANY THANKS Words cannot express the appreciation we feel for your kindness to us the night our house burned. We want to thank Patty and Johnny Grimes for taking us into their home. Also a special thanks to the Jewcll Fire Dept. and to all of you who have encouraged us by words, food, clothing, and offering us places to live. May God bless all of you. --Mr. and Mrs. Milford Fall and Harry Shuck. Mankefo Eager Beaver 4.H The Mankato Eager" Beaver 4-H Club held their monthly meeting at the Silsby house. Business was talking about the 4-H Foundation and John Deere Day. There was music appreciation by Oscar Warne. Renee Silsby had a project talk. Cliff Silsby had a demon stration. There were games by T~ldll~ 8ilsby and A. C. Fall. Refreshmenl~s were served by the James Wilson family. --Terry Seirer. Reporter. Mrs. Idla Hills and Mrs. Gudo Smith returned to their 'home at Colby Friday after a few days visit at the home of Mrs. W. G. Hills. I II CARD OF THANKS 1 want to thank everyone who sent flowers and cards and visited me while in the trospital and especially those who assisted with the work and hauled bales. It is appre- ciated. -- Glenn Fearing. 3rd Grade Br?wnies } The F]ag Salute and Brown-I ie Promise opened our firstI meeting for the year 1967. Pat [ sic Jonas and Dabble tiesket[ wld tire fltigS. Lunch of Real I aid and cookies was served by Mary Blair. Roll call was answered by all members and two leaders, each telling one item they received for Christ- 'uas. Game stings were play cd and sung hy the groul). ramborines were made and decorated. Meeting adjourned with tire Brownie Tunnel. Reporter. Ionia Mrs. Lovona Bartley 1)allason Thomas, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas, has heen quite ill aith the chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz were Wednesday dinner guests at the Dean Leonard home in .~ a n k a to. Several from here were in Mankato Thursday as donors for the Red Cross Bloodmo- bile. Thanks to all of those who gave for this worthy cause. Most of the schools of our' area were dismissed early on Friday afternoon because of' the storm in our area. Many of the basketball games were postl)oned until a later date. Mrs. Maurice Simmelink is improving from her recent! surgery hut will be a patient at tire Smith County Memorial Hospital for a week or more. q'he nice farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Fall was destroyed by fire early Sun l day morning, ttarry Shuck. an uncle of Mrs. Falls, recov- ering from a broken hip, and l Mr. and Mrs. Fall got out of the house safely. Because of h(,avy smoke they were only able to save a few items. Neighbors and friends rei sponded to the alarm but the fire had too Inuch of a start to be extinguished. The wind direction and the snow cover ing kept it from spreading to other buildings. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dietz and boy,'; were Sunday after noon visitors and supper guests of M,'. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz and Sherri. The Solomon Valley Coon- hunters and Sportsman Club have planned a venison sup- per for Jan. 26 at 6:30 p. m. for Fncnlbers and their lam flies. When Mrs. Orlo Vail We.~ and Mrs. Bob Rose and their daughters were visiting the Glen Sinmmlinks of Madres, Ore.. Mr. and Mrs..h)hn l)hq/ and Mr. and Mrs. l'aul l)i(,tz came tn visit ~ith th(,m. "l'h(,3 also visited Mr. and Mrs. liar old Alcorn and Mr. and Mrs George Alcorn trnd family. All of these folks are fo 'merh' I() nJu residents so ne(,dless h) %a.~, a ninst enjoyable time ; was had. Mr. and Mrs. Orh) \'nil W,'5 visited Thursday with l,'rank Porter who is staying at (lit' Golliday home in Glen Elder. Mr. and Mrs. Orh) Van W(,\ ! spent Monday at the l)oyle! Al(:(,r't) honw in Mankatn. Mr. and Mrs. Boh Rose mid falnily were Sunday dinn(,r guests of Mr. and Mrs. A(lam Rose. Limestone Valley 4-H mere bcrs w'ill have their next nu,el ing at tire Ionia schoolhouse on ,Jan. 16. Stitch and Chatter Club reel Thursday ;it. the home of Mrs. Floyd Sinmwlink with four nlem hc r,s present. Mr. and Mrs. ,](re Rchlcr(. and l)aul and Mr. alil(] Mrs. Arcllie Tucker ;lll(I Tolllnli(' were Sun(t;|y suppcl' ~U(.'SIS O[' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simme link and boys. Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Jcrry Kinsey! and daughter visited relatives in Manhattan and Kansas City l last week. Congratulations and best wishes to Mary Frances Flen tie and Eugene "Butch" Hol- dren who were married at Centralia Dec. 31. Mrs. Rosa Schoonovcr has been a patient in tim Republic Co. Ifospital at Belleville the past week. Recent callers at the Frank Dempsey home were Jackie Wilson, Jewell, Gilbert Right meier, Lincoln, Lew Edgars, Webber, and Zclla Slaughter. Roland Price of Wallsen-1 burg, Cob). passed a\~,;ly on Thursday. Burial was at Wall senburg Saturday, The Prices: were former residents of Montrose. We extend our deep est sympathy to the family. Mr. and Mrs. Marviu Fall and snns were Sunday dimmer II You can/ose/he change in your Pocket, or lose your wallet But you can't lose money in a checkbook i )I in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.D.LC. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 I J I I I I I III guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cunningham in Mankato. Mr. anti Mrs. Bill Bmgham and children of Topeka spent ia~ wet,kend with her i)arents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meg. Bill lea\es .lan. t9 for Vietnam. Mr. m~d Mrs. Vcrn I)emp- s(,y, Mr. and Mrs. Mar I)pnll)sey trud Mr. anti ["()rrusI Dcnrlrs('3 and family spent Suuda.v afternoon with M)'. and Mrs. Frank 1)ernp- :-;(,y, Mr. au(I Mrs. Jess Crum ;In(l boys ;rod Kent Slaughter xisih'(I Mr. and Mrs. Glen h;IIldS to ;I stlppcr ;It t le Sh';Ik Ilouse iu Mankato Sun-] day err,fling. ']'host, attending were Mr. ;|lid Mrs. Melvin i th)yer, Mr. an(I Mrs. Bill Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pe-~ tecta, Mr. and Mrs. Marr I)eml)S('y, Mr. und Mrs. Vern I)empsey. Mr. and Mrs. Aar, on Murray and Mr'. and Mrs. I,Ioyd Ga]'(hmr. A shower will bc held on this Salurday e\'eniflg, ,Jan. 14, at 7:?,0 fro' Miss Micki Taska and Mr. Ernest Sil)e ;It. the I)arish lh)use in Montrose. Everyone is welcome. e Mrs. F,. E. Ransom The West Branch colnmun- ity meeting is this coming Sat- urday night. Bring your dish- es and a pot luck lunch. Ev- ery one welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Borden alr(I son, lCA)yce, were back from Arriba, Colo. for a New Year's visit with her mother. Mrs. Sylvia Morrow, and sis- ters, Mrs. Jack Reed and family of Formoso, and Mrs. th)h Badg(,r an(t family of Mankato. They were all with OME OWNERS Insurance Package ]nsurance for your home. Fire, hail, var/dc:l;sm,, liability and of hers oil in one policy fo save you money! I See Mrs. Morrow on New Year's! Day and with the Reed fam- ily on Monday. The Bordens left for home on Tuesday, I believe. The storm Friday was real bad while it lasted, that was most all afternoon. Schools let out and the bus drivers had a hard time getting the children home in some cases. The roads are still impassable some places and they have to back track and go around some. Lorena Pate got Don Whelchel to open our road so the children could get to the terday morning we had tr ten below zero reading but only ten above this morning. We sympathize with Mrs. Clair Lamb and all other rel- atives because of the death of lie," father, Mr. Mizner. Mrs. Bertha Dietz stayed with Mrs. Gertie Countryman the past week while Mrs. Sy- bil Finch was visiting her son and family of Ft. Riley. Jim- my is due for overseas duty soon. Mrs. Neva [,itton and family of Beloit was visiting in the Verl Mendenhall home Sunday and they walked the last two Formoso, Kansas - , Phone 794-2396 Ladies miles on account of drifts. Junior Clio Club The Junior Clio Club met tit the home of Mrs. John Wal dron Jan. 9. The vice presi dent, Mrs. l)ale Scircr, con ducted the business meeting. Mrs. Viola Ross sllovvt'd htq slides of her trip to l,chanon. l'he host(!sscs, Mrs. ,]ohll ~';I] dron and Mrs. Jack Blair, served refreshments. ANNUAL REPORT OF TOWNSHIP TREASURER To the township auditing board of Grant Township. In Jewell County, Kansas. The undersigned, Township Treasurer of Grant Townshil), submits the following Tel)art of Receipts, Expenditures and Indebtedness, for the year ending Deccmher 31, A. 1). 1966. RECEIPTS General Fund Treasurer's Book Bahmcc (Beginning of Year) 344.36 County Treasurer (i1.57 County Treasurer 19.89 Total Receipts ,t:;;).3z Sale of Cemetery Lots County Treasurer 30.59 Total Receipts 926.79 l'otal Expenditures Deducted 168.75 l'reasurer's Book Bahmce (End of Year) 758.04 Prairie Dog Fund CoLlnty Treasurer 283.59 County Treasurer 93.2:. Total Receipts 376.82 Total Expenditures Deducted 288.75 Tr(.asurer's Book Balance 30.00 Total Expenditures Prairie Dog Fund Gamble Store, Spray can Tony Patrick, Labor Delno Reed, Labor and Mileage Jewell Co. Coop, Prairie Dog Poison R-K Shopper, Prairie Dog Poison Jewell County Exten" sion Office, Prairie Dog Poison (End of Year) 88.07 Reconcilement Bank Acount General Fund l'reasur'er's Book Balance (End of Year) 371.60 Cemetery Fund Treasurer's Book Balance (End of Year) 758.04 Prairie Dog Fund 'l')'easurer's Book Balance (End of Year) 88.07 l{iu~k P, alance (End of Year') 1217.71 EXPENDITURES General Fund ,lewell Co. Record, l)rinting 15.97 l,'orrest Dcmpscy, Board Meetings 12.00 Floyd Reed, Total Expenditures State of Kansas, jewe]l ty, ss: I DO SOLEMNLY That the within and is in all respects true account of all received by mc and together with the of said Township, full period of the December 31, A. D. for the full time should make such So help me God. Signed: Donald Township Subscribed and fore me, this 29 A. D. 1966. Total Expenditures Board Meetings 12.00 Floyd Reed, I)eductcd 5,i.2: i)onakl H,)wland, Township Treasurer's Book Balance I Board Meetings (Fnd of Year) 371(;0I and Mileage 14.25~~ Cemetery Fund Total Expenditures 54.22 Treasurc,"s B,),)k l~ab,nceICemetery Fund YEW (Beginning of Year)77:)92]I),)yle Reed, Mowing rinyHearinl County Treasurer 92.28 1 and fuel 168.75 7evice ,, ?estorn Four Undee. ffanding I DUE TO TIIE FEDERAL WAGE ANI) II()UR LAW GOING IN EFFECT IN 1967, WE WILL CLOSE OUR SHOP AT 12:00 ON SATURDAYS. THE SALES DEI'ARTMENT WILL REMAIN LhDIES' DRESSB OPEN UNTIL 5:00 P.M. Thank You, JUNIOR - MISSES - HALF SIZES Values from 4.98 to 17.98 - Now Sl" to 1 PROBLEM ? (Entire Stock) Ig, XI:HAml;B I)IINI) " - (Newest of the Group o! 1/2 Exchange Funds EXQUISITE FORM BRAS BACHELOR GIRL HOSE Managed by Vance, Sanders & Co., Inc.) This new Fund will enable you to exchange one or more stocks in which you have large, unrealized profits for a diversified, profes- sionally managed account of common stocks of investment quality. You will not, In the opinion of counsel, incur a capital gain tax at the time of the exchange. This exchange offer is available only for a limited time. You may participate if you hold acceptable securities with large capital gains having a market value of :$25,000 or more. A descriptive Prospectus may be obtained by calling, visiting us or by writing: WALTER J. CAMPBELL MANKATO, KANSAS 66956 Res. Phone FR 8-3452 Registered Representative Columbian Securifles Corp. Topeka, Kansas 66603 Please send me, without obligation, Prospectus on fiduciary Exchanae ~und. ONE GROUP LADIB' SLEEPWArE Values to 5.95 . Only ILl I Name ....... .........., ............................ ._.._ Address ................................................... Clly ............................ State .................... Ideal foe .t NERVE DEAFN~ Near the tiny new TelO~. a1:~B :'AR in your ear cannl an@a~ :lear understanding and 8 ,,~'1~ I'his super.miniature deVc~ :ontained with no tubeS, - ~ molds to attract attention" ELECTRON EAR restor~l,~ 5ssurance makes voU I~.~iB and feel ~/ounRer l~ecatll~'I inconspicuous. - ,_.~11 You hear with extra Cl~'~l the tiny speaker is dee~''~-v~,~l canal close to your earW'.al [placed In the ear O~ renl~'~ moments notice. ,~ Ask for your area re~][ ative, Mr. L. W.~i from Phillipsburg ~l Correll Hotel in Ma~'dl Thursday, JanuarY ~ll will be there'-frona 9:~ to 12:30. If you ca~'t~ just call for infor'~W~l~,l write to l~l TELEX HEAR1 ~,] CENTER, IN 'ai 2010 Twelfth. l~m[ SW 3-8873 Great Bend, ! BOBBIE BROOKS ENTIRE STOCK a LADIB' DRESS & CAR coAT~ ENTIRE STOCK off POOR BOY KNIT TOPS Reg. 3.00 - Special S199 Children's Girls Girls' ONE GROUP LADIES'