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This keeps out cold and wind, By heating the area, they are able to proceed with the brick Mrs. Fred Diamond - Obituary Anna Woolett Diamond, 80, of 825 E. 4th St., died Wed- nesday. She had been a resi- dent of Port Angeles since 1929. The funeral service will be held Friday, I p.m. at Mc- Donald Funeral Home. Rev. Frank Wyman will officiate with cremation to follow. Mrs. Diamond was born April 11, 1866 in Mankato, Kan., to Mr. and Mrs. George Woolett. She married Fred Diamond in Mankato, April 10, 1906. Mr. Diamond died April 18, 1966. Mrs. Diamond was a mem- ber of the Seventh Day Ad- ventist Church. She is survived by a daugh- ter, Mrs. Fred Becket, Port Angeles; four sons, Richard, .Oren and Gaff Diamond of Twin Falls, Idaho, and Buren Diamond of Kodiak, Alaska; and five sisters, Mines. Addle May, Maude Wentworth and Agnes Holives of Wenatchee, Mrs. Alice Dillman of Spok- ane, and Mrs. era Price of LaVerne, Calif. Six grandchildren and five great grandchildren also sur: rive. --Taken from Port Angeles Evening News, Washington State. Dear Boyds, It is time again to send our renewal. We are having very stormy weather. There is lots of rain down this way and lots of snow !up in the mountains. The roads were closed over the mountains most of the time yesterday, but are all open today. Our family was home for Christmas and we enjoyed having them Also my young- est sister and family were here from Washington, D. C. We hre all feeling fine again. As ever, Mrs. W. H. Freeby. Fred Folger - Obituary Fred Folger, eldest child of Peter and Krientje Tanis Fol- ger, was born Oct. 2, 1877 in Erring Township, Jewell Coun- ty, Kansas, and died at the Beloit Community Hospital in Be/oR,, Kans., on Thursday, Jan. 12, 1967, after a short ill- hess, at the age of 89 years, 3 months and 10 days. As a youth he graduated from the Chandler school. He. wa~ baptized and later attend- ed catechism classes at the Reformed Church, one mile east of Dispatch. These classes were taught in the Holland language and, even after all those years, he recited some of the Psalms and Scripture in that language. He was married to Anna Marie Voigt of Tipton, Kans. on Feb. 15, 190~. Four children were born to them: Gertie Louise, Esther Mae, Carl Fredrick and Robert Peter. He was preceded in death by his companion of. 58 years, who died May 8, Ii~3; by his son, Robert Peter, who died July II, I~9; and by all his brothers and sisters, Martin, Michael Traela ~Jmeuder, and Gertie, who died in intan- worR. The general contractor i~ employing 21 men at the pre- sent. The plumbing contractor, McDonald Plumbing and Heat- ing, has seven men on the Job, McMillen Electric Co. of Wi- chita, the electrical contrac- tor, has one man working here at present. Because some of the build- ing is enclosed, they are able to continue work on the hospi- tal, in spite of adverse weather conditions. Surviving Mr. Folger are his two daughters, Mrs. ttar- old Senti, Cawker City; Mrs. Glenn Halbert of Hunt- ington Park, Calif.: his son Carl Folger of Greeley, Colo.; twelve grandchildren, Gary L, Senti, Ontario, Calif., Larry E. Senti, Manhattan, Mont., Gayle J. and Robert D. Senti, Sioux Center, la., Karen A. Senti, Bozeman, Mont., Robert C. Folger, Whittier, Calif., Ro- ger D. Folger and Tuylah Fol- ger Kopsa of Freeley, Colo., Daryl W. Halbert, Bell, Calif., Norman L. and 'Theda M. Halbert, Huntingto~ Park, Calif., and Thelma A. Folger of Downs, Kans.; ten great grandchildren, Douglas C. and David E. Folger of Whittier, Calif., Gregg. Russell, Kurt, and Christine Marie Kopsa of Greeley, Bryan and Bradley Senti, Ontario, Calif. and Shmn- non Lynette and Cory Allan of Manhattan, Mont.; also num- erous nieces, nephews and oth- er relatives. Mr. Folger lived and farmed his entire life in Erring Tov~n- ship, Jewell County, ~ansas. Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 14. 1967, at 2 p.m. at the Domoney Funeral Home in Downs, Karts., with the Rev. Louis Bouma of Dis- patch officiating. Two numbers "A Few More Years Shall Roll" and "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" were sung by the Dispatch Ladies Quartette, composed of Mrs. Chester Keeps, Mrs. Gerald Keeps, Mrs, Lawrence Tanis and Mrs. Aura Tanis, with Mrs. Harold Rotman as pianist. Casket bearers were Hilvert Schreuder, WaLter Schoen, Au~ ra Tanis, Floyd Renken, Al- bert Rotmen and Fred Van De Riet. Burial was at the Reformed Cemetery east of Dispatch in Jewell County. l County Exceeds Savings Bonds Soles Quota Jewell County was one of twenty-three counties in Kan- sas to exceed its 1966 Series E and Series H United States Savings Bonds sales quota, ac- cording to Glenn Grout, Jewell County Savings Bonds Chair- man who issued his annual Savings Bonds sales report to- daMr."" Grout said that $586,903 in Series E and Series H sales were credited to Jewell County for the year to accotm~ for 182 percent of the 1966 quota. The 1968 $588,903 sales com- pared to ~6,614 for I~65, the County Chairman said. Limestone Valley 4-H "Swing your partner rottnd and round" was the call am the members of the Limestone Valley 4-H Club enjoyed their first session of square dancing at the monthly meeting on Jan. 16 at the Ionia school. EVeryone was interested in the different contest events to be held at the County Spring 4-H Club Day on Feb. 18. Plans were made for several entries. All the teenage mem- bers were appointed to the Safety Committee to plan and direct the community project of Safety. Early preparation for farrowing was stressed by Curtis Shoemaker in his Swine ama xmtem gave music appr Aatioo- her violin. D bMe lnskeep companied her on the ~iano. uic parliamentary practicu loeb.explained by Steve Everyone enjoyed Vt~ square dancing for recreation. Each .member had fun learn- lag the dance snd the parents enjoyed watching them. Ro- bert Burks were hosts and served lunch to the group. The next meeting will be Feb. 20 fn the Ionia school.- I iHonor Roll lisbon High School To be placed on the Honor Roll at Esben High School the foHowing criteria must he met A student must achieve a ~rade point average of 3.5 ed on a fo~r point sys- tern. To make honorable men- t/on a student must have a grade point average of 3.~ based on a four point system. In addition to the above, a student must carry at least 5 subjects and have no grade lower than a C. Third Six Weeks "A" Students - 4.0 Points Terry Voboril Honor Roll - $.5 Points Kenneth V0borfl Donald Whelchel Ruth Blattner Jay Andersen Dale Dodd Patricia Nebol Marcia Voboril Honorable Mention - $.0 Points Leta Havlce Darrell Marr Dixie Obert Linda Reinert Glenda Hatfield Susan Adam Judy Atwood Kay Kriley Cheryl Peroutek Linda Foutz Carol Hancock Jerry Lewis S Cheryl Underwood omisllr "A" Students - 4.0 Point Dale Doss Honor Roll - $5 Points Leta Havice Kenneth _Voboril Donald Whelchel I JEWEI~ COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Februs~ |, 10~ Pap I - Sectioa I Terry .Vorborfl Judy Atwood Kay Kriley Patricia Nebel HoMrebio Mention - l.I Points Darrell Marr Dixie Obert Linda Reinert Ruth Blattner Glenda Hatfield Susan Adam Jay Andersen Cheryl Peroutek Llnda Foutz Jerry Lewis Cheryl Underwood Marcia Voboril --Jimmie Downing, Prin. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ball 'spent the weekend in Omaha attending the Gamble Store convention. Get the facts about a tax-deferred retirement investment plan using MASSACH USETTS INVESTORS rounded 6ROWTH in STOCK FUND A mutual fund investing in common stocks of invest- ment quality selected for bet- ter than average growth pos- sibilities. A Prospectus and descriptive material may be obtained free bywriting: WALTER J. CAMPBELl, MANKTO, KANSAS 6MS6 Res. Phone FR Registered Ropreuntatlve Columbian Securltlits Corp. Topeka, KanNs 666411 1966 BEL AIR 4.Door Sedan; V-8, PG, PS, and Factory Air. m 1966 CHEVELLE MALIBU 4-Door Sed- ans; V-8, PG. 'Lo of New Car War- ranty left. 1965 IMPALA 4-Doo Sedan; 327 V-8, PG, PS, Factory Air. Sharp and local one- owner. 1965 IMPALA Super Sport Coupe; 327 V-8, 4-Speed. 1964 IMPALA 4.Door Sedan; V-8, PS, PB, and Air Conditioning. 1965 BEL AIR 4.Door Sedan; PS, PB, and: Standard Transmission. 1960 CORVAIR 4-Door Sedan; Automatic Transmission. 1959 BUICK Electra 4-Door Sport Sedan; V-8, PS, PB, Electric Seat and Windows. Extra clean for a '59. 1964 CHEV. Ton; V-8, 4.Speed, Long Wide Box. 1963 CHEV. Ton; 6 Cyl., 4.Speed, Long Narrow Box. 1963 CHEV. Ton; 6 CyI., 4-Speed, Long Narrow Box. 1950 FORD % Ton; V-8, 4-Speed, Timber Lock Stock and Grain Body. MANKATO, KANSAS Phone FR 8-3471 G.M.A.C. & BANK FINANCING J