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January 26, 1967     Jewell County Record
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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, January 26," 1967 4 - Section I .. btUdy, cation Help Jewell County Students Sharpen Abilities In Classrooms of Fort Hays Kan- sas State College. This pictorial story of the academic work of Jewell Coun- ty students was prepared by students of journalism at Fort Hays State College. The story, direct from the classrooms of FHS is particularly appropri- ate this month, as FHS stu- dents head into fall semester final examinations. IRIS 0ZMUN An Attentive Participant in Clan Lecture. I to F. R. FJdr, F. W. lloyd, Jr., L M. Weltmer, O. H. Wagner, Harry Swops, Bud Hills, A. 1'. Kramer. Bob Newell. and Ralph Waugh. The annual meeting of the board of directors of the Man. kate Commercial Development Association was held Monday night, January 23, in the Club Room at the Correll Hotel. The stockholders re-elected F. R. Fair, W. R. Waugh and Harry Swope to the board for three years. The board is com- posed of nine members with three year staggered terms and three members are elect- ed each year. The board of directors re- elected the following officers 'for .the coming year: W. K, Waugh, president; F. W. Boyd, Jr., vice president: ,and F. R. Fair, secretary-treasurer. The other members of the board are: A. T. Kramer, Bob New- ell. Harry SweDe. Bud Hills,. O. ti. Wagner, and L. M. Welt- mer, director and attorney. Finlay Munro is the resident agent. In the past year the Devel- opment Association has spon- sored two completed projects, the R-K Shopver and Buffalo Roam Steak House. At the pre- sent, the Mankato Packing Plant is under construction. These three protects represent a cost of $1,572,000. Too, the company has sold a lot to Bud Hills, who has constructed a building in the Johnson De- velopment Area. Chas. T. Ni- chols bought a house lot in the housing section of the same area from the development as- sociation. Too, the association has paid the taxes on the Johnson land and the Magnusson 320 acres northeast of town on which the packing plant is located. The yearly payment on the Mag- nusson land has been paid. The association has no out- standing bills. The interest and payments on bank loans are current. The Association h~s been very active in the past year and it is making,an out- standing community record. Mrs. Lovona Bartley MrS. Maurice Simmelink came home from the hospital and is improving from her re- cent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Copper of Evans, Colo. were Monday visitors of Mrs. Bessie StiLes and Doris. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz were Tuesday dinner guests at the Dean Leonard home in Mankato. Limestone Valley 4-H Club met Monday evening, Jan. 16, at the schoolhouse. Some of the members will take part in :ii!iii! ~i!: ?!~:: iii:::::!:!: ..... i!!: 4-H Club Day at Mankato on Feb. 18. Family Community Supper will be held Sunday evening, Jan. 29. at 6:30 p.m. For the program, Marie Burdett will show slides of her trip to Ha- waii. tIostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose, Mr. and Arnold Rose and Marie Bur- dett. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simme- link, Teresa and Brian of Sa- lina spent the weekend with relatives here. Clay Henningsen and Curtis Shoemaker have both been ill with the chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Mey- er and family were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Remus and family to help Mrs. Remus celebrate a birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Fall and Mr. Harry Shuck received many nice gifts at the shower held for them Thursday even- ing. Many gifts had been left at the house where they are moving before Thursday. The! family recently lost their home and possessions by fire. are now at home hie Loomis farm. Mr. and Mrs. of Salina were night and Sunday Rolls Dietz home. Mr. and Mrs. Anita and Loren guests of Mr. and Colson. Mrs. Remu! serving a birthday. Members of the Christian Education Ionia E.U.B. Church a pot luck supper ening at the home. Following were discussed and the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. er and Ronnie were supper guests of Mr. Glenn, Bartley and MANY THANKS My sincere thankl Temple and the class and to my for the prayers, its to me while I W~ Belleville hospital. each one of you. CONI SEAMANS. Taking Dictation in Seere tarial Studies. BOB ABRAM Taking Important Notes. Class EVERT LACOE During Economics Discussion. Class SAVE ON THIS HIGH- PERFORMANCE 4-PLY NYLON CORD TIRE Track tested at speeds up to 120 mphl Power Cushion discontinued tire in nylon cord construction 7.00x 13 :.7 ";" ".~, fr.oo 14) 6,0018,50 x ~I bkeckwall tubeless ~lus $1.80 od. Ex. Tm no trade-in needed -- [=IMS Fo Ex. Tax Not~ J " $1,93 ," $2.08 7.75x14 =z21 ; a.25 X14 (S.O0;jx :14) $284. ' $2.38 - 8.ssx14 (e.5Ox 14) =3131 $2.56 ' 7.75 x 15 (6.70 x 15) 8.15 x 15 (7.10 x 15) $2 3 $2.33 9.00 x 15 (8.20 x 15) tSlze shown also replaces size In parenthesis WHITEWALLS ALSO AVAILABLE AT SALE PRICF..8 $2.86 YOU SAVE ON OUR POPULAR REPLACEMENT TIRE WITH OVER 9000 GRIPPING EDGES SAFETY ALL-WEATHER t.m/7.o ls Mkwmll ~absless d. Ex.Ta Oo trade-in 2-PLY TUBELESS FOR CON~ACTI AND SMALLER CARl (DISCONTINUED Plum Size Fed. 5.90/8.00 X 13 8.5017.00 x 13 6.9517.35 x 14 ~:ill~ ~" :iL '~i !i:iiiii!il :ii ~ i~ 8.80 x 15 7.85 x 15 4-1 Y FOIl illgl.M Ill/AID Ilil .... ~,Pries no :: ........ .... 7.75 x 14 (7.50 x 14)$21J8 $2,21. 8.25 x i4 (8.00 x 14)$24.10 $2.38. 8.55 x 14 (8.50 x 14)$26;41 7.75 x 15 (6.70 X 15) J $21.86 8.15 x 15 (7.10 x 15) ' $ 1.10 8.45 x 15 (7.60 x 15) 2 .41 ' 8.86/8.00 x15 (8.00/8.20x15) i $211.18 1 .80,, tSlzs shown also replaces size in parenthesis AT EVERYDAY LOW PRICESl All- Weather HAROLD TOPLIFF I~perimenting in Chemistry Class. NOTICE ' ' A representative of the So- ckd Security Administration will next visit Mankato, Kans. On Thursday, Feb. 2, 1967. Per- sons desiring information are requested to call at the court- house between 8:00 and 12:00. People who have medicare only and will now receive the $35 a month special payment will receive a new medic,~re holpital card. It will be the sarno as your old card except for the claim symbol after your account number. Tbe new card should be used and your old cm'd destroyed. YOU GET A GREAT DEAL FROM. AS LOW AS 6.50 x 13 or 7.00 X 13 bl|ckwlll tubeless plus $1.55 Fed. Ex. Tax. end old tire Extra-mileage Tufsyn rubber and 3-T Nylon Cord Track-tested for 100 miles at 100 M.P.H. la In )