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SevvelI Co. k~eLorO. Mang~tO, W ALL: MANKATO VS. DELPHOS FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 Second Team Game Starts At 7:00 p. m. Thursday, January W L 57 26 57 27 Store 46 38 1 '42 3~ 51 Record 17 66 Three Gaxnes: ~, 480; He~e~ U2~ii~l, Van Sick-el, 448. Individuals, Single Game: Helen UzdilL 168. TUF~DAY SIX LEAGUE W L &Off M 34 49 35 46 38 42 42 FAectrie 36 48 20 Three Crames: 487; Wanda A~der- Berg, 488. Single Game: I~80; Wanda Ander- Jacabs, 177. NIGWI'ER8 LEAGUE W L Coop 49 35 48 36 Parts 4~1 43 ~treau ,h~s 41 43 You employ Maxine Walker, 496; (fie) Wanda Louder af~ Vexa Setter, 470 High n~ivid~ais, St~gle Game: Wanda Louder, 204; Vera Seirer, 1,$4; (tie) ~Iaxine Walker and Maz~guerite ~, 176. COFFEE LEAGUE W L JeweHs 48 28 Mixers 44 31 Sparkers 40 36 Gay Pins 39 37 Scatter Bins 30 45 High Individuals, Single Game: Jerry Seirer, 225; Lyle Rightmeier, 208; (tie) Richard Diamond and Mel Bowersox, 201. POLARIS LEAGUE W L American Legion 49 27 V. F.W. 48 28 Mank~to 'Feed & Seed 39 33 McCarthy I-Iardwaz~e 35 37 Gambles 27 49 Hills Constr~ion26 50 High Individuals, Three Games: Ge~e {Meeker, 506; Chet Brown, 541; Bill Dillon, 533, High Individuals. Single Game: Gene Meeker, 210; Bi~l Dfl,lon. 199; Chet Brown, 197. REDSTONE LEAGUE W L Pin Pushers Watch Gas & Oil 59 2,1 26 ~50 ,L & B ~lectrie 44 32 High Ind~du~as. Ttmm Games: ]I~r, arder,~ 42 ~8 C)rp~ Fogo, 443; Gert Burks, 424; ISwcge . 38 42 Midge Oliver, @16. . I ~ 36 44 Hi~h_Individ~.js. ~.le ~,.G~me:[Deims Beke_xy , 17 50 ~z~a ~'ogo, z~; Miage ~aver H" h~lividamis , I i~ . ~ Games. 163; Roma Grout, 161. [Clarenoe Loomis,~550; Sam Giile~t, 54AJ; Father, We~h, 501. MEN'S LEAGUES ,_~eh hxlivid~a~s, Single G~'ne: ten,Dewey, 20@; .Cqarerme I.~- ATLAS LEAGUE W L Jerrys Standard 5~ 27 State Exvha~ge ~48 30 36-66 Service 44 ~:3~ Citizens State Ba.wk 33~'4~ St. Thexesa 30 ~49 I.a~ber~cks 30 ~50 High Indlviduals, ~ree Climes: Rl~,ard Diamond, ~0; Jerry~*ir- er. 5~; Lyle Rig~.~meier. 524~. t[ .... you can form a Blue Cross-Blue Shield 6roup More than 8000 Kansas firms have Blue Cross- Blue Shield group hospital, medical, surgical plansl As owner or manager, if you employ four or more people, your firm, too, can work out a Blue Cross-Blue Shield group plan that will give you, your employees and dependents the highest protection at the lowest possible cost. Let a Blue Cross-Blue Shield representative explain the many advantages of a Blue Cross - Blue Shield group plan. Whether you have some type of coy- erage now, or not, it costs you noth- ing to see what Blue Cross- Blue Shield has to offer you. SO... MAIL THIS COUPON TAKE A LOOK AT BLUE CROSS.BLUE SHIELD THEN DECIDE. BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD 1133 T~ ~. Topd. ~nd expbdn ~ ~dv~19~ ,mverage f~r bur tim. Flm l,b,~ is, 202; Sam ~J~et~, 200. ASTRONAUT LEAGUE W L ~Misfits 51 29 Newells ~ " 48 31 Hale Drt~g S~ore3fl 41 BX~ Oak Paumbing 38 41 Knights of Colurr~us 32 48 ~d~Weet I~'~ Co. M 40 Hil~h Indivi&rals. Tl-a-ee Games: Lea Sz~es~er, 541; *'r ~ Johnson, 52~;, Toro .Cewmm~gh; ~1~. HitCh Individuals, ~e C, eme:l LesSp0one~, 201; T~n Ca~ana~rgh, 196; Rt~~l$1e Le~vls, 1~1. .. MINAS. LEAGt~Z W L JeWel~MitcheH Electric 5~3 26 Kiers~ Grocery 44 36 Loves ca, re 4~ 37 F~rst National Bank 30 @I Jewell Cotmty Ck>-oD 37 42 ~eems Barber S~op, 23 57 High Individuals, Three Games: J~:~/M~ris, 577; Ralph Ham~Iton, 555; Lyre Ri~htmeiev, 541. High Individuals, ~!n~le Game: Jack Morris, 215; Ralph HamiRon, 201; Jack Morris, 200. B]I~gCULES LEAGUE W L J~we~.l Coumy Record 46 34 Dr. Simon 44 36 Jensens Texaco 41 39 Ro~ Chan~lln 38 42 ~eed W~ 38 42 Progressive H, D, U. Progressive Unit is looking for- ward m a wonderf~ new year m 1964. New members will add much to our enthus~am~ and carrying out 0uL projects. 1963 we were quite busy. Our Presider~t w~as ~Mrs. B~b Rose. The county-wide ~rir~ Tea was held in Ionia Grade School. Our Unit was one of the tmstesses for this event. T~]ree o~ our members at- tended Fall Achievemem in Man- k~to. aMrs. Tom VIiies attended Workshoi~ in Wichita and Home Ec Days in ~ian~hattan. We were busy making cookies this year. We fixed a M~ay basket of cookies for the Ca~ker City Rest H~me. Our "basket" was a bugs ,pink ~lastic di.~'rt:~an that ~ouki ,be used in ~eir kitchen. rl~mnksgiving we fixed a large tray of cookies and candies for the Wfl- ~o~meeek Re.~t .Home "m WIala~ato and er f~ ~ C ew~er City Rest In July we mailed books, puzz2es g~nes, tO Parsm~.s State T~ain- ir~g Svhool. ~No~r was the ~non~th wea~:'led c0~om, color books and gamc~, to Wi~ield State Hospital. Our gs can sew, t~o. We bought materia'l a,nd made five ptay suits for the Win,field State School in Navember. " In Januard we ex,'~gaged .Mrs. Harris of Burr Oak to teach us how to knit. We generaled much enth:~ f~r -this art. Several noff~merd~ ]6ined us for ;~essons and We to, ned a new kni'ttin~ Club. ,Dux4ng t~e.year ter~ g, ues~cs, visit- ed our meetings. Some of these h.~ve become new men~bers. Susa~ Tott~n spoke to eur cloth in June to-be~p~ eara her state degree in Ftrtut% Homemakers of America. Mone~i~.taised by h~viwg ~wo bake ~a~e~ Within our c~ub each Fear, we p~iy lOc for our lunches earth t~eeti~g: and pay pennies for birthdays. 'l~e hi~t for the year was the Decemtter meetiz~g. We had a turkey: dinn~ at the ~len Elder Steak "..House for the men.era, ~heiv h~band~," and ten ~uest~ Our ,lessOR ca Iniernational l~- lations :~'aS:JCgiven' ~y MiSS Joan Cool, l~'~Ee~studerd. ~o France i.n 1962 from ~k%4)~i~ ti~ November. Miss Cool ~iowed slides and gave us ~ new :~.si~ht of the French people, f~e presen~y teaches Fren~ in the Beloit High So,heel. ~e is a n~ive of Gl~sco We are read~ for '64. --4M~lic ReMioas Oman M~vris Ger~e ~ 33 47 High Individuals. "l~nree Gm~nes:t Whltemound' H. D. U. Gene Headmen, 516; Layette ~cam~. bu~i, 51~; Lyel Slo~, 4#6. ~-~ Individuals. ~dr~le GM~e: La~me ~tanslmry, 195. (tie) Lyle Slo~ and Sam Gitlett' I@0. Wesleym~ News Mrs. ~tmy Myers and Mr~ Grace ~ aocor--r~anied ~e Pastor ~o ~ellevlile on ~M[omlay to see Stephen Ray l~oesti and his mother, W~na, and his ~re~t g~er, Mrs. Rebecca (:~la- han. They a~o ca~led 0~ Mrs.~n,..+hRu~h Wilson. Rev, M~ caltod on M~. I-Im~ Cl~rk ~t the ~eloit h~pi~ Tues- ~ Ssmr~y aftertmons. Hazel ~m ~wed:,to sit up ~or an hour Sandal. Rew and ~[vs. Dade Van Meter, P~t~s ~f the Wesleyan Mellmdlst Chur~ ~rt Leavenworth, wfl~ be Feb. 2 for our You~ vices. ~Hrs. I.mcy Myers was a: supper gut~ at .the I~e~ A.n~rson tmme Friday. Thanks to ~. Burk a~d M~. Ray Howel~ mad Mike fur ~e merit The ~lie~ Cottage Prayer Meet- ~mxl B~ble Stud~ was held on esClay ~fternoo~ at ~e home of Mrs. Inez Anderson. Re~e~besr every Sund~y even- at 7130~ there is a Prea~hiz~ Service at the Wesleyan M~is~ (:~mz~. ~,~ 10:29, "Come thou with ~ts, and we will do thee good." ',Mrs. ~VIargaret George was the leader for the Wesley~ Youth Prayer Meeting on Wednesday even,~r~. /Michael Fogo, who is on fur- ~o~gh from the Air ~, attend- service~ S trod_aT morning wi~ gl~~, I~l've Fogo. 'l~e Young Peele's Service on , evening was held in the prior to the I~read~ir#g ser- elating was taken for ~V~r. oz~cl M2s. Charley ~orpe were ca,Rers Sunday afternoo~ at the The from. Clay Center were t~a~lers at ~e home. nod Delores were here from Ta]~mge ~or the Stmday ev~.rsn? service. ~ebecea ~ has re- turned to ,Burr Oak to stay at the o~ Mr. mad ~ Caratd Van r sou~ /s '~altemoun~ ,H. ~. U. was held at the Com~tmiCy Ru~: ding on Jan. ' 16. ~e ~sson was ~nit choice, and we chose Reading by Nellie Gfi- l_e~. A report af the Na~m~.al Home ~ffO~ CotmcH Conve~tion ~t .~ l~0k, Ark., w~s given by Pearl I~lattner. Pearl Sthroder read l Be Wise With Your Buys. There were 11 members present. The February meeting will be a~ the Commtmity BuiJdi~g with Norcne Dietz. hostess. ~Public Relations Chxnn. Steve Fisher, 18, of Placerville, Calif., rolled a perlect 300 game at the l~lacerville Pear Bowl on Jan. 8. It is ca~y the second per- feet game in 25 years of bowling in the area. H~s average is 203. Steve, a 1963 graduate, took up bow4ing as a school activity and practices as much as 4 hours a day. Currently he is attending Sierra Col'lege, Auburn, Calif. He plans to make a professional career of bowling. He is a member of the Pear team that will compete in the upcoming ABC ,Nationa{ Tour- nament in O ,a~land.--Taken from the Mount'in Democrat-Times, Calif. P~cervilte,steve is the son of Howard Fisher and a nephew of tMrs. Ber-] nard Blair of Form~_. (First Punished in Jewell County ~Record, Thut~s.; Jan. 30, 1964) It ORDINANCE NO. 490 An Ordinance creating Sanitary Sewer District No. C-2a, in the City of Mankato, Jewell County, tion of. main and lateral sewers therein~, and providing for the payme~ a the cost thereof, under the auffl0rity of SeCtion 12-617 Et Seq.,, 6f. 'She General Statutes of Kansas for 1949, and all amend. ments thereto. 'BE IT OR~OA~ BY THE GOV]gRNLN,~ JM.K)Y OF .~-IE CITY OF ~'PO, J~ (X)UN2TY, :~: Section 1. 2~at it is hereby deemed necessary far the he~l.th and wetfare ~f the citizens of the City of ~Vlankato, Jewell Cotmty, Kansas, and ~y of those residents of ~ae d~x~t herein~ter created and ~bed, .that addi- tional sewers be made and ~- ed, e~nsisting of ma'ms and later- ais. in ~corda~ce with the. l~lav.s and. spectfica~ior~ as. made by GEORGE ~VI. Md~EE, JR., Eng~- eer~ Colby, '~as, and now orl file in the office of the City Clerk, said plans and s~aectfications being hereby approved and adopted. Se~,tion 2. That Sm~itary Sewer District No. C-2a be and the same is hereby created mad constituted as folluws: SAiNrrARY DIS~ NO. C.-~-- Atl of Blocks 1 and 2, and Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 8, 9, 10, 11 and '12, in Block ,13 and ,Lots 1, 2, 3 ~v,d 4 in 'Brock 14, all in the OrLgim~ Town c~ Mankato. Se~'on 3. Tha~ ~he main and lateral sewers in said ,d~strict sha.l~ be located wtthi~ said district as Shown by the lalar~ and specifica- fl0w prepared by INCOME TAX JITTERS ~omefimes the very thought of ~naMng out a return tles your stomach up in knots, espedolly if you can't locate proof of the deductions to wMch you are entitled. But if you pay by check, they are all listed neatly and at your fingertips, exactly the Idnd of evidence internal revenue Iiku to see. If you don't pay by check, for ymrr own protection you would be wiw to do so before anmher week by.. Stop in, F st National ank MANKATO, KANSAS Money Orders - Personal i.oans lhstallment l.oans - Insurance of all kinds Fidelity and Sure~y Bonds Western I rnion Money Tran.~fer~ A merican Expr~ Travelers Chetk~ Me~ber of Federal Delmsit Insurance ('ormwatin~ . ~ ~, ~i Lowdl 0. Ya~ner, V~P~~ w McKEE, J~R., Engineer. Section 4. That the cost and ex- pense of said main and ~ateral sewers within the sa4d Sar, itary Sewer District No. C-2a shall be apportioned to all ~e lots and par- cels of ground in said Sewer Dis~ riot, as herei_~before described, in aocordance with the statutes in such case made and provided, and the amount so apportioned sh~,l.1 be levied and assessed agains,t the lots and parcels of ground in said dist- rict, and shall be collected accord- ing to law Jn the same manner as other taxes are levied and assess- ed. Section 5. The amouwts so ap- portioned and assessed against the lots arid parcels of ground in said district shall he l:raid in ten annual installments, with interest, one in- stallmem of which sha~l be certi- fied each year by the CRy Ole_~k to ,~Te County Clerk, to be placed on ~e tax roils ~'or collec~on, the same as other taxes. 'Section 6. Tha for the purpose of .l:~roviding funds to pay the cost of said iv~rovemen~s, unt'i2 bonds can be ~ therefor, ~he Mayor arid City Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized to issue Tem- porary ~otes of the City of ~Ma~- kate. ,Kansas, not to exceed ~be aggregate of $0.0892,5 under ~he authority of Section 10-123 e[ t~e 19@1 ~uvplemer~ to the Gene~a' S~atutes of Kansas for 1949, the n~tes of which issue sh~ll be c~- secut~vely nu~ed, ,bearing in- terest at ~he rate of not exceed~n'~ 6% per arm,urn, payable se~n'- an~u.ally, all of said no~es ma~ur- ing within f0~r years from the date of said notes, or the due date of the fi~,s men.t off bonds issued by to ,pay the co~t of .said ment, and said Temporaryi shall De recleemable and d~ble at the ,~ime are issued in lieu Temporary Notes shall from time to time as i~g the progress of the shall not exceed in the the a,vnoun~ of borids be issued, and are sh~m by the approved on file. Section 7. Tha~ said Notes sha,~l be in the scribed by law. Section 8. That said Notes sha, ll be sig~ed and a~tes~ed by trader ~he corrpor~te City, and sha~,l be City Bond /Register of Mankato. Jewetl and in the o~:ice of the State of ,Kansas, at I~a, nsas. ar.d s:~J notes. est, shall be paid for in in p0xt ,by the issuance as ~rovided for by ~tiovt 9. That shall take effect and be from and a~ter its proval, and publication ficial CAW paper. ~ASSED .by ~he Body a~,d ~ppr~wd by this 27th day ~,f C. L. t~LAOK, the CiLy of Je'vell A2VI~ST: F r?gy ,~unro, (SEAL) City Clerk. a simple flip of switch Every member of the rural family e~n n~w haVe electricity with just a flip of the switch, thanks to Electric Cooperatives. Wonderful, somefimes-taEen-for.granted ele:i tricity, me.ans many things. To the child, rural! electrificahon means light and wa rmth. Mo~ enjoys the efficiency and comfort o{ living. Dad operates a more productive profitable farm through the use devices. This ample supply of low-cost power simple fllp of the switch, didn't come is the result of forward thinking people together to build and develop Electric Coope~ atives to get the electr,e] power they co,m- not buy elsewhere.