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February 6, 1964     Jewell County Record
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February 6, 1964

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.f ~3. ~l~u~o is taking ,his ~n ~e A~r Force. A~3 James D. tYlu~- Tlig~t 50, Box :Texas. mee~r~g of the For- Workers was h~Id in the gym ~n Far- ga~e a wa'y or~ e~ectrici~. Bu~irmss and a ~he *op~c of Mar- "~bo", aces- , ~Marilyn. Date ~e da~ers of For a sm~arise V~aL~n, Dale 2a:u:Z,y, rr~ ~ ,.:cma, ed ~n the gr~.~ whi~ ~~1 M,arie~ta, Tari /M, artiebta and Neva flloan, Eaborg J~k B~ and Jol,een S}ate, Jewe%l; PhiRp R. W:~i]ison, /M, al~at, o; mad Roger R. :~vCol~a~h, P~ndadl. The mnnu~l "/Muster Day" aati- vR~es will begin ~t 9 A. M. wRh reg~ra~fion in fl~e Memo~M Uwion. During ~e morni~, the sta~ema will me~t w/~ ~-,u'l.t~ members in their ~i~eds of imerest, ]~ea~n abou~t ~he oolk~e's new Hon- ors ~Program, and hear descripti~s the eo~ege req~, study ~og~ams, fees a~d other costs, l-mot~r~, studer~t aids, and c~er a, spec~ Of coMege l'ffe. At n~n, ehe students w~ll ea,t i.n a c611ege resider~e hall, then be ~uests of f~sterv~ties ~nd sororities at a soci.al hour in the a~temoon. The ~t~S~'V~a~bum Umversity basl~e~ba~l same in Hays w~ be the evmix~g a~a~. If they wk~h, ~e sLude~rls n%ay sta~. n}gbt in a eokl, ege re~idenee ha.ll. Those ~nvRed to a~tnmd the eve~ mu~t have scored at ~ 87,th pea- or ~bove on ~he Arnevlo~ College Tests, been a semi4h~list on the Na~n~l /Merit Scholar~hi0 tests, or been r~0~xmended by tht~ir h~gh s~h~ol priTmipals. sister; ~erry a~d TRa~, have re-I 4 Weeks $1 " covered ~nd retu.~md to school. [ SpeciM press ~vires direct to ~the ~~ [Star ~ you cA complete, 1-eLi- .. .......... i able news from a)l the worki You Mts~ ~na~on USL a smaem a~a so at now ..... "-- V.~ns~ St~+~ U~i--ersit ..... . ,~.^/ g s o~ your looa.nIy, t~,u5 mid4erwl v~cation ~i~h her mo~-' W ~7> "l~'t~ a'~iCt "'X .......... er /Mrs. Edith Ost A frier~d Carol! "~ P~ '~'a Pl~-~ ~' ..... t'm, rne wi'th ~l'~r. gou'/d enjoy ,l~e famous comics Joyee Endsley of Sal~na spem 'wee~-er~d ,at the ~]'~me of her sister, ]~Xs. Willie Ross, and ~r. Ross. M'rs. C~lee Hought~hag,,*~ also visi~d a,t the ~ home. THE EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH Merton S. Zeisset, Minister 9:30 M0r~g Worg'~ip; sermon, ~First .Be l%ecarmi:led To Thy Era- her". 10:30 Church Sahool; Ward Oz- mun, superintendent. Wed~esd~, 7:30, First Service. Friday, 2:00, World Day of Prayer ~rwice. ~N.F.O. NEWS Ike Eilert, Publicity Chron. The N.F.O. membership drive is moving in a'H areas, ,but in some heavy membev~p m'eas, such as M~h~gan, the continued sign-up is astounding. The dairy farngers iF~llerton pan- Sunshine Circle Club have definitely decided that the The room -A~s, only organization tha will so,lye ve~ay Del, ictous a.~n~ Jar~u .... so ,,,}f,, aP --~: g~er~rnent nor ~-ta~t en%~qua, ted ~i by ,K~ys and spem iMaying a game a~d Elsie ma~. ~ex~ mee~ v,~fll be ~.~ve a l~so~n on ~ ~vf~v .N.F.O. is p~esenly ~ a the ,Fox~noso Gym. T,~,~,ren re~ei~ed the m~ box l~lf~hour TV show ~r~n 3.30 to weagxm~e. Ne~ r~ wifl be w~ah E~iela:Oo . m~. evexy bmxtay over .~zu,~'m~, ~m~r. ~br. 12. lt a~ ets m an~t ~. ~mve you .ev.ex .... ..... --Sec~M~y l.~V~ _m~. ~ncer~.. persm~ea B mmkers H. D.U. __~ I~n ~wmt ,try ~em~ Uaey last Sma- ~a~ ~F "~'~A~ [daft. These nmn sine ~armers with ~ke~,~ met Jan ""~'" " ...... [th,~A,r he~t ~ the soi,l--ond ~he ' I' ~ I fu~ire Mrs, A. W. Wi- ~ I would l~ke ~ ~mnk everyone ~0r the cards, ~etters, gifts a~ P~,ans are beir/g '.laid far a ,bi- Mrs. Ed- visits while I was in ,utut~ hc~/>i~,l eeur~ Sausage Feed on Tuesday, and a~tev ~etuvnin, g .home. ~ M, ar~ 3. We ave very foVttma~m ~he~e ki'ndrmeses w~ll ~ever be for- to ,have Vkm-~resk~.at Pfi.n~ten galen, for our ma,in spea, k~r. As y~u re- -Esther Da, uber. manber, he ~vas nearly kil4ed in a platte ~ae: was s~b~aged Mst fall; A/2 Rober~ W. Muuro, AF 1759. in ,Beloi't. Ye~, fo~s---N.F.O, isl 2277, 'Box 7667, ~onr~l AFB, iv~zy l~'~g on deCel~fi~:m. K,a~s., ,is spm'~lPag some time wRhi ~ you ~rmers ~',t satisfied l~is parer~s, Mr. a.~d ~VIrs. ~'~t~I~y, wR`h ,t~e prize squee~ you're i~, Murmo. I what ave you doing ebou~ it You Jitney ,kheve are throe kirgt~ of Be.~ .umon,t H. D. U. wil~ meet lpeopl, e in ~he warld---the ones who Feb. 11 with Gea,iie Bla~lo~. J r~ke ~b.b%gs ,hsppen, lhe em~s ~o I v~st~ ,tl-d,r~gs happen, a~i fl~e ones Grace Ktser and Aura Kim-[ who wffI .wa, ke .up ~ day a~ br~u~ cai~ed Fr4da~, on MyNQe]wonder ~bat .has happened. Join Var~deven~er. They fc~md her ab~eJ@~e v~,irm~g teama and help rn~ke to ~be ~bou ~he house, and s~e parity ~happen. welcomes ~iends. ' was tmi~ Choice, ~ive a,n,d nu- 'Next mee~in, g w.i.l~l ~I~s. Harold Bohh- will be ,o,n '~ea~ 'Re~ans ~hmn. Celebrates [ M_~. Peter IR~fe~y, Jr., er~ed w~th Ragferty Mon- 3 on her were Rafferty, ~$arshall, a~ Ra~ferCy. C Acres .lewell County Grass Land K a nsa s my health, I Will sell the following at the east side of the farm located 9 Mankate on rock road, or 5 miles South onHighway 14, 5 miles South of Superior starting at 1 o'clock, on onday, February 17 7 i 160 acres more or less of rolling grass land in Jewdl County, Kansas. This farm has 80 acres of native grass and 80 acres of grass that has been in | the soil bank for the past several years. It has been terraced, has a windmill and well and a large pond. This will make a good pasture for anyone who is lo~king for grass land. Legal description: North half of the Southeast Quarter (NSE), Southeast Quarter of the ~S~utheaSt Quarter (SESE) and the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (NE SW) a] in ~cction , Township one (1), l:ange ~lght (8)~ Kansas. per cent day of ~, and balance w~ deed and abstract furnish- can be arranged h~'cbntaeting the owner or A. H. Kottmeyer, Nebraska.: 19~: and allprior year taxes paid. Possession~ ? "u?; --DICK TRACY, POGO, MARY WORTH, DONALD DUCK, and twelve o~hers. C~turr~ists include BREW PEA'RSON, ABIGAIL VAN BU~DN, 'BOB CONS~, N~A~RQU'IS OH'HA:)S, awd ~li~,~- ER ON BI~II)GE pl~us ~ICTION, ADV]!~TU~4~E and IIK:XMA~ (:YE STOt~I~S. There's a prize~wim~ing S~te Women's Club Da,ge, some~ ~ing for every~me in your .family. ,The Morning S~av arwives ~w time for mail delivery on publica- tion date, ei~her in town or on the rural route. By-rural offer in N~brasl~a and N0~khern l~ansas--ou, tside of Lab- caster Cotmty---4 v~eks $1.00 daily; 4 weeks Dai,ly and Stm- d~y $2.00; a year $11.00 DaiSy; wkh Sunday $21.40. Order direct or ,through our of_ rice. NOTICE Feb. l lth wi,~t :be family night ~r the Eastern Star members w~th[ a ~uck supper at 6:30 p. m. Thei r lvhsgns and thwir famihes are in- v,,ted ~ attend. /Mrs. Glerm Kuiken attended ~he funeral services $or her friend a~d feaTaer cl~, Dorothy 'B~r Lawson, at ~le, A~k. S~turday, &m~ry 25 ~t the Me- ~od/st (:~trch. IM~, ~,ike~ the sol~/st a.t ~ ftmeml. Mrs. I~wson's brothex, Earl B~air, who {lives in Io~a, & his so~, BeIma~, ~o@ra~dson, A~a'~, of Lovewell a,ttended the iXmeral. Jeffery Duane Caliaway ,Mr. and ~rs..iRon (3a, l.la~ay am- ~ounce ~he arrival of a baby boy r~med Jet, cry Duane. He arrived J~an. 30, 1964, at ~e ,Bellevflle h~s- p~l, and we~hed 7 Ths., 11 oz. ~Ie has ,a Mster, P~n~la Jo, ~o wel- him home. Tl~e proud gra~d- ~'~ ~~r. a~ M~.'Tom C~I- of E~bon and {lV~,r. and /Mrs. ]~b ~