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i JEWELL COUNTY RECORD![ J, p Stinson 68.0~ Consolidated-Saline 36.13 Thursday, February 16, 1967. L. & B. Electric 8,31 Jewell Co. Treasurer12,50 Page 6 - Sention 1 J International Labors- Diamond. Menhusen, COMMISSIONERS' I tortes, Inc. 69.65 Nichols Agency 10.00 PROCEEDINOS Kelso Chemical Co. 16.55 ---- John G. Perdue 7.00 60.58 JANUA_H_HY, IN7 Charles R. Murray 12.50 County Home The Board of County Com.[ Dwight Murray 14.00 Raymond Seems 10.00 missioners, Jewell " County, [ Larry McKinnis 7.00General Assistance Kansas met in regular session[ Jewell Co. Treasurer 25.00 Baxa Grocery 28.00 with the foliowmg present:]Lehrliqgs'Chevrolet 73.OAspegren's Grocery 25.00 Neat C. Harris, Chairman;[Texaco, Inc. 7.50General Assistance 71.0@ Ray Dietz, Member; V. E.JStandard Off.Co. 23.99 Tullar, Member; Robert H. ] ---- 124.00 Meyer, County Attorney; and[ 924.74 Aid To Dependent Children Alvin C. Fall, Jr.,County County Matchlna RetirementAid to Dependent Clerk i Ks. Pub. Emp. Ret. 553.25 Children 1221.00 ON MOTION THE I " ROAD Old Age Assistance FOLLOWING CLAIMS [ "" O ..... WERE ALLOWED"OENE[~IkL [i i~?~i(:~ 28!ii ~~!!;eeF :ii!"I Assessment Suppileo i Wagner Drug Store 8.0@ i Office Supplies & Equipment Jensen s Texaco 15211~ San Di-- Burge Printing Co. 15.60 , ~ ego, Calif (FHTNC) Jim Barnes ..... Hos /talma ' Sam'l Dodsworth Co. 39.85 Anderson Machine& ~ p . n Apprentice The Hall Lithograpbing go 5neorge C tiesting, USN, son Co., Inc. 12.62 T/:&P~arts & "~" ~' of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Hes- Spaeth Office Service30,U ....... ting of Route One, Burr Oak, Burrough's Corporation 27.50 Equipment, me. z*lo.m# Kans " ....... = .....,_ nas completed the bas- Burro~h'e Corp~r~ttion 143.~ Man, am w~smnS m "' " "" 1560ic Hospital Corps School at Jewell Co. RepUbIican 19.48 ~acnme ......... ,, ~A the U S Naval Hospital in Jewell CO. R 0rd 47'.50 t,enmngs nevro eL Co. ..... ~^ 66 ~,.~- ,.-,csv, ~am L. J. Messer t~o ~. 324.30 Postage 3swell Co. Clerk 60.00 Legal Publications Jewell Co. Republican 14.0'/ Burr Oak Herald Jeweli Co. Record Jewell Co. e ord Jewell Co. -Repobl/can Burr Oak Herald 14.07 z4.o7 48.80 39.00 27.30 155.31 Coyote Bounty Chester Van Meter 2.00 Judy Hesket 4.00 Wayne Skelly 2.00 Rodney K. McCammon 2.00 Derrald Hanson 600 Ed Clark 2.00 18.00 MlKellaneous The League Ka as- Municipalities 15400 State Libraries of Kansas 1.00 John Burch 13.13 Carl Ramsey 50.00 Ray Dietz 144.54 Kansas Association of Coroners 2.00 Raney Exterminators 5.00 John R. Buroh 3.44 Roger P. Weltmer, M.D. 15,00 The Community Hos- pUad 11.90 : Charles R. Murray 148.50 Citizen's Insurance Agency, Inc. 53.26 r I l Olena's Mobil Service 10.20 Saline Tractor Co. 223.35 Superior Motor Parts 581.23 Walker Farm Store .78 Krier's Electric'& Supply 16.11 Brown Welding Supply. Inc. 114.11 1787.18 Materials Jewell Elevator, Inc. 59.05 Coffman Sinclair Service 3.25 Jack Byers 528.20 Johnson & Platt Service 18.81 810.21 Miscellaneous Jewell Co. Treasurer 1067.50 Frisbie Construction Co. 12.50 The four-month course teaches hospital corpsmen and corps WAVES to assist in the applying of bandages and dressings, taking of tempera- tures and care of ward pa- tients. With further on-the-Job train- ing, he will be able to assist in physical examinations, per- form first aid and be trained in operating room, laboratory and x-ray room procedures. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Finch of Blackwell, Oklahoma arrived Wednesday, Feb. 8, for a visit with his aunts, Mrs. Raymond Nichols of Mankato and Mrs. Jessie Lantis of Esbon. Paul stopped at the Record office Thursday to renew his sub- scription. He stated, "I notic- ed that my time was nearly up and decided to drive up and renew it." Paul operates a wheat farm and his rela- tives and friends are always happy to have the Finchs visit Jewel/County . m Kansas State Bbardr Of Agriculture Seventeen of 18 vehicle and livestock scales in Jewell County were approved in tests run by the Weights and Mea- sures Division of the State Board of Agriculture. J. Fred True, State Sealer, announced l scale was condemned. Test- in Jewell County was under the direction of George Gallo- way, Deputy State Sealer. A scale is condemned if thd error is more than 2 potmdJ )er 1,00, either above or be- low the correct weight, True said. The owner has the scale corrected and it is then retest- ed. Consolidated-Salina 5.47 ;Jewel] Lumber Co. 1.76 Arthur George 23.04 The Gas Service Co. 40.99 McCarthy Hardware .90 Ace Hardware 7.63 Jewell Co. Engineer 25.00 R-K Shopper 3.20i Kansas County Engi- neer's Association 40.00 1228.05 Special Bridge Aaron Ferer & Sons Co. 1641.50 WELFARE Administration Lehrling Chevrolet 1.95 FIRST PICK YOUR THEN PICK YOUR USED CAR OUR FINANCE PLAN IS TAILORED TO YOUR ip FARM INCOME BY THE MONTH BY THE YEAR True pointed out that the 19H BUICK LeSABRE 2- DOOR HARDTOP. Power steering, V8, automatic. 20,000 miles. A real sharp red. 1965 BUICK WILDCAT 4 DOOR SEDAN. One owner, low mileage. Power, factory air, etc. N~r new fires. Pric- ed right. 1964 CHRYSLER 4-DOOR SEDAN. Power steering and brakes, factory air. New York- er. .1964PONTIAC BONNE- VILLE 4-DOOR HARDTOP. percentage of approved scales in Jewell County is well above average for the entire state In 1948, when testing of re- The Mankato 8th Grade Basketball Team and their coach. Kneeling (left to righO: Jim Ryan, Kirk Ost, Max Smith, Joe Tyler, Wayne Coffman, and Boh Freeman. Back row (left to fight): Ger- ald Cox, coach and principal; Mike Simon, David Badger, Rodney Hancock, Brad Han m, Steve Dodd and John Dewey. The Manlutto Basketball Team their coach. Kneeling (left to right): Fred Rose, Jerry Campbell, Doug Wirtz, Lyndeli Hanson, Jim Munsey, Danny Dempsey. and Danny Hunter. Back row (left to right): Don Anderson, Larry Blew, Cliff Siisby, Mike Dempsey, Greg Diamond, Mike Dodd, and Ed Beck. 0 hicle and livestock scales was t rude Fiery>, Thursday an( 1~60LOS DYNAMIC 88 4- owner. Nice. first started, around, 35 per- Sunday afternoons. DOOR SEDAN. Power steor- 1964 PONTIAC CATALINA cent of the scales were con- Mrs. Will Lagergren made lag, power brakes, factory air. 4-DOOR SEDAN. Factory air, demned. At present a. much Visiting hourS: 10:00-11:00 several calls on Mrs. Mattie New tires. Nice. power steering, white with red larger percentage of the scales A. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-8:00 Metz last week. 1966 PONTIAC STARCHIEF: Interior. A good buy. are accurate. P.M. Mr. and Mrs Gene Barrett 4.DDOR HARDTOP. Poweri 1964 CHEVROLET IMPALA Two heavy-duty trucks are Miss Alice Ferguson spent of Randall were Sunday' visit- steorlng, power brakes, fac- 4-DOOR H. T. Factory sir, used by the Weights and Mea- Monday, Feb. 0. in the coun- ors of his mother, Mrs. Min- tory air. Clean, power steering and power sures Division in the testing [ try with her brother, Mr. Johv nie Barrett. 1965 BUICK ELECTRA 4- brakes. Very nice. program over the state~ The Ferguson, and Mrs. Ferguson. Mrs. Mariann Sorenson of .I~OR..FuI! power, factory 1964 PONTIAC CATALINA truck operated by "Galloway Mr. Glenn Love and Mr. Lincoln, Kans., called Satur: ew. one mcaJ owner. Like new. Lrwmn ~amnve,~ m,,,,, carries 20,500' pounds of test John Love were Tuesday call- day morning on her cousin, D~SR PO6?TIIfnCd:EM~sE:T/d ~t~'~n;, Au'~om-s't~-trens~n~l's- weights. All of the 2,600 re- ers of their mother, Mrs. Hat- Mr. Harry Wilbeck, and Mrs. hlcle and livestock scales in tie Love. Wilbeck. - Y , a o sign. Sharp. transmission.An economy 1964 BUICK WILDCAT 4- the state are tested annually. Mrs.Cora Launchbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Launch- King ~*,~ n~.~v.~,- ~_~.^ ~,. , DOOR SEDAN. Factory air, - Mrs. Leo Parsons visited Mrs. baugh of Belleville came Sun- _,:~, .... ,~.,,,, v l.~" v-...~- Power steering & brakes. A Dear Bus, Launchbaugh's daughter, Mrs, day afternoon and took his on-,ape, rue,o, wn,e wire ,,,, ,k ...... I thought I should tell you Violet King. Wednesday mot- sister, Mrs. Violet King, out black vinyl top. One local own- "~':.~"'~,:.~' ~,~.m. , how much we enjoy getting ning. for a nice car ride. or. Only 25,000 miles. ~,~ ~v,~,~ ~"~"~*~ ~" the Record down here. Just Miss Alice Sellhorn attended The Rev. Mr. G. S. Willard 19&~ BUICK LeSABRE 4- DOOR HT. Full power, fac- like gettihg m letter from a meeting at the Jewell Even- conducted the Feh. 12 Chris- DOOR. Power steering, radio, tory air. Ready to go. home. A contrast living here, gelical UnitedBrethren tian service at the Home. Only 13,000 miles. Like new. .1963 PONTIAC STARCHIEF leave a town like Mankato, Church Thursday. Mrs. Willard was the pianist I~ PONTIAC CATALINA 4-DOOR SEDAN. Factory all', among friends and neighbors, We had some special visit- and the Assembly of God min- 4-DOOR. Power stenrlng, pow- power steering, power brakes, and our home~ an@ live in a ors Saturday afternoon. They ister from Jewell led the sing- er brakes. Ready to go. Extra clean, small trailer house in a town were members of the Women's ing. Several young people pro- 1962 BUICK 4-DOOR HT. of more than a half million Missionary Unio~ of the First vided special music. All of iNVICTA. Power steering, people. Almost all strangers. Baptist Church in Mankato. this was certainly appreciated. power brakes, ~f~clory air, except our neighbors and The ladies gave each one a ll reedy to go. friends here Traffic is so pretty Valentine and brought Daily Lincoln Star 1961 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR. crowded and speed faster a box of delicious fresh fruit By Mall Standard transmission, over- here, 30 to 40 in town, and 40 for all of us. We wish to ex- 4 Weeks $1 drive. Priced right, to 60 on the freeway. You will press our thanks. With. Mrs. 196t OLDS 88 4-DOOR be stopped quicker here for John Perdue at the piano, a Special press wires direct HARDTOP. Power stoerlng, driving too si~w than too fast. nice song service wasenjoyed, to The Star assure you of power brakes, factory air. A Lots of accidents & when they Other ladies were Mrs. Jim complete, reliable news from good clean car. have gnat lots of cars are in- Gunter and Mrs. Neolin Fay- all the world. You also get 1961 OLD$ 88 4-DOOR SE- volved in it. The worst one lor. Little Lori Kaye .Perdue news of your locality, plus DAN. Automatic, power atser- was the other morning during was with her mother. State Capital and Nebraska Ing. Priced for quick sale. the rush hour. 47 cars in all. Friday callers of Mrs. Gert- news with plenty of pictures. 1956 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SE- They kept coming and hitting rude Fiero were her sister-in- Sports fans like getting final Full power, factory air, power DAN. Cheap. from the back and people law. Mrs. Mamie Mullin of scores, pictures and special seat, ~ miles. One local 1955 FORD. A good old car. watching and not where they Burr Oak.and a niece, Mrs. Nebraska sports columns. c were driving. 24 police were Lawrence Jones of North- You'll enjoy the famous called in on th~ scene. Over branch, comics - DICK TRACY, PO- TRUC~ AND PICKUPS 1000 people were late for work Mrs. Marie Morris. Mrs. GO. MARY WORTH, DON- on account at these cars being Jessie Graham an0 Mrs. Mar- ALD DUCK, and twelve oth- 1Hi FORD F~ V4. 2-[ 1N2 CHEVROLET ~ TON in this mess the Sevel'son visited Mrs. O1- ers. Columnists include, BOB ,xl.. A good heavy duty[:I~.KBU.P. ,-cylinder, 4-speed. Crime is "so much worms eanna Thronson last week, CONSIDINE, DREW PEAR- here, an average of 25 cars Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Roth- SON, ABIGAIL VAN BUREN, _ . stolen every day. They have a child were Saturday afternoon MARQUIS CHILDS, and ...-- u...-- i police force of around 700. nz.r tn, ss tx nr. s The weather is swell here-- visitors of his aunt, Mrs. Mat- BECKER ON BRIDGE plus tie Metz, FICTION, ADVENTURE and HAVE THE GMAC ~ PURCHA~ -PLAN AND] up to 78 degrees. Lots of sun- Mr. and Mrs. Rolia Miller ROMANCE STORIES. There's MOTO]~J~ ]NSI~AN~"~'R YOUR CO~CZ ]~li:~ H gavr~ citrus trees in called Thursday on his sister, a prize-winning State WO- cky~. ~. Zade l Mrs. Hattie Love. men's Club Page, something Miss Maye Balch was a Frl. for everyone in your family. 116 4 No. 21 Ave. I day afternoon visitor in the The Morning Star arrives in] p Pho~w.~, Arlzol~ -[ Home. ' time for mail delivery on pub- Miss Jards Fair of SalLna. Mrs. Wint Smith was a Sat- lication date either in town Oti Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill and] urday mor~r)g ~.er Of; Mrs.,] on the rural route, f Judy wore weekend guests at] Violet King. . I o er in Ne ml the home Of their parents, Mr.i Mrs. Waunda Donahue ra- fted her n ther, Mrs. Gert- L4nc terand Northern coffin 4 w uJK'=u" outslda mid Mrs. F. R. Fair. [ $1 00 dally; 1 month Daily and Spensored flights to see it . e~ Sunday .00; a ye. ,1,.50 hen a ut 1.0 persons Daily; with Sundpv g~'aO, i nade the trip This year, tourl,h ..... *h~n llid i~ Order director through~our ~oers will number more than w'ho"~il~ stand ~ -~ office. 2 450 Effort was made to send ........ S ~ __ I p~ple who didn't make theIntual,h~lt~$1v;;:it,~! g~ INt. end Mrs. Chafers Sgash [trip last year. rFeb-'15-17 The i~ ~.4 Tour Co-op Fertilizer Plant l, Local co-ops earned expense/in service training I~ "~ _~ I free trips--as many as lourlthe K U Govers~ Mr. and Mrs Charles E' i per cooperative--for managers t L :' .. " *---- t "Ed'' Soash left" Wichita Air~ land directors by meeting dis-[searcn u~ ~ r-'- ~)ort Tuesday, January 10. on[ ~ribution program prerequi-] --.*lL | chartered jetliner. Ed is the Jsites and by achieving goans~ "~," and Mrs, 6~Ji i z Osborne County Farmers Un-]in movement of supplies toI ,,#"~':.__ nolr stOpI~.[~ , " /on director for thin area. ]co-op members. Each man go-~ .... a ,,n,,e Tht~ I 7, Besides its crew, the big [i.ng could take h,s wife w~th~;ew" geir"su~ plane carried 164 passengers, lmm. Nor a ~ee. I Beldens were ace0 ,r~ mostly farmers and their wiv- Icl:hed S/e~aCdxUlteo~ni[lt~ed~am ]her mother, Mrs, ~ATION/ as: They flew to Florida for a i~ ~ -i.. -. lU iook at a fertilizer factory [pa-St. Petersburg area on thait~rzie ~ i,~.~,~ hey helped buffd and for some/"aY of arrival, tours of the Vernon L fun in the sunshine state. Jfert,hzer plant and nearbyCy:[son, Mrs. Eva , Tuesday's flight is one of a [press ~araens on me seconu[Mrs Frank IsasCS~JEWELL ( }aries of 16 sponsored by [day. a round of sightseeing on|,~o .... -~,,ndaY ~. ..... ~'armland Industries, Inc., to Jthe third day, and return to[~'~..ff~.~"~es~S"d ~,.01. 76, No ke' cooperative, leaders from the Midwest on the fourth day... M~o.~;:-'"'~'-'~vo i'Y at Mank phate fertilizer plant in central i Nolin Hainv of Burr[ i "The Nev F- 1 r ......... !.6rida. Four of. the f ights o- ~ Oak paid a welcome visit to . - -- "t~ ~gmatea in umana. | the Record office Monday. Mr. and Mrs.. ~., The ,Florida plant was just |~,~ W~inv was accomm were St~day d~n~ ..__ dtarting operations last yea~ i b"::'Mrs-'Everett Dobbins Mr. and Mrs. C I' /'HE Bq ~hen Farmland Industries [ : " " ~ OWners WHAT'S NEW? "Any gc do, or MY BRAND-NEW TELEPHONE[ Nothing ~ advice. ~IOdcrati( the noble fie who thinks. lie know,, ~i[e all hc llll~eware ay be th( A family New l~g $32.00 : ~01nt of M ~ashed ( l~Iinced %rried -~roth on COttage] ~'he lisLil ~t~la for the Weekll h Practmi liah hous Put the phone of the future in the palm of your hand l The lighted dial is in the handset. So easy to see and use, Now you can make calls wherever it's convenient.., sitting at a kitchen counter, standing by the stove. The dial is close at hand, If you're making several calls, no need to hang up each time. Just press the reca//button by the dial to disconnect one call and get a dial tone for the next. A Trimline table model is available as well as the Trim/ine wall style. In lovely colors, of course. To order, call the Business Office or ask your telephone man,