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[Esbon, General 52.91 Pleasant Prairie 104.66 Total all funds -$1,210,221.80 ANNUAL MEETING l away during the program by Icream bars and kool~ Cemetery 869.41 Rosemound 1.28 STA~[E;~ 'F KANSAS L: : -- Jcourtesv of area businessmen We all mi 31, 1966 [ Grant, General ~ 40.46 S~r 31 19~ JEw~[v.t CnUl~mv~-~~,* j . . n I ssed our I e= ~, t ~o.~o+o =n.o Tr.-^- " ,~,'.~ =*.';;':TT, ~' .~* t~7" . ~ne annum meeung ot tneland the ~ouruand Community[Hamilton. who is "ll . ,~r~,~a t-~P,'~ o teW.- ~ ~Ht~H --~-~ J-QtL*ID " '$. ~' ]$ b ~r . -- ~. " $1,210,221.801 Prairie Dog 18906 Wallace 871 60s4;ate~[~ l~)~m~-~;~,~ K.ansas.B~stwlck Irvlgatloa D!st~ -tCILlb Will SertrB coffae ap.dl [Harrison, General !Z0"00,tat. " nct w ter-users will be held atldou hnuts at the close of the/ Mr and Mrs Way[ correct to the best of my knowi " ' Generafecurity li:23950:523' :::::::::::::::::::::: !I~:~II ~.;::=:lynary- ]~i~gI 2,009.95ledge and bikini;el, ~Onh~rPsonme God. !~) C~:r~a~men~riweI.~h~nhg S:!leOO~eg~.~'me~mg |sh:rS~a~)fdaM~ssll:~, wK~2k --- ,811.63|High,net ~8.03. Fund --- 10,415 80 County Treasurer ] :. L. t)~Af ~S Le-ICWC CLUB ]at the home of'Mr and ~i8 General 106 781 Cemetery' 2~ 51 Educational Bid~," ~ ~ ports by the Distr~ct directors ! /C Smith 6ti General ~. ~5,805:40|Holmwood, Generai'"~i~27155] " Fund o. 18,042 06 Subseribe~a",~ ~,o"an~s ~ At 10:45 Win Hedges, Chief oft ."--'77--. " Socml Security ?. 215.85]. Fn~.e : 236.20]Eounty fore me this 4th day of February,]~rr]gatmn Operatm~s, Bureau ofl ; vv. ~. met January 20 with[ ~u ,xenerm 20,560 02 lonm, tienera! 462 66 County General 71.591 08~ lq6a It~eclamadon, McCook Nehr Ive~~a ~ue. r~gnt members an-~ " " Building ~und 1,565.58[Jackson, General 85.73]Road and Bridge 122,49201~ Iwill discuss a variable repay-/swered roll call. After theI I ,Social Security 2,832.92 [ Limestone, General 35.60 } Road Machinery 2,350"00 ~v~n t~%~'an, or. Iment charge option based on tl~elbusiness meeting was over,! ~ t, eneral 3,783.89] Fire 317.51}[ Seeondar~ridgeMatching ". ~94,645"95 [ ~uun~y tg~erK |parity index. This will concern[Geahe ,Blaylock gave the specia!/,- , 91 Genera! 6,924.69[ Cemetery 4.8[)|8pe ia.l 30,422.60!- hll owners of irrigated land in|pOems, A John Deere Christmas [ " ' ~ ~en.e,ra~ 7 2,761.6,)I vrairie !)og. 4.7g|Welfare 47,181.56[n~n [the District with;n the next six~and Happy Kansas Birthday.' / ~-- "-~ .: ~^ ~oemi ~ecurlw 1,092.30[~ion~ana, ~/enm:al 1.6~|Welfare Retirement Re- ] a ~umor ~.omens t.iun |years Assessments for construc-]The program was by Evelyn~ ,: uu ~eneral 249.25[ udessa, t~eneral 73.35 [ state . 01[ -'---7--' [tion charges wiil begin next fall [Blair. The group had planned a| I~ w~gr-lg~/L~ULJ za~ ~oen:~-a~e~u~iit. 14,4~5.3t[ Cemetery 146.58[W:xl.fare So cm! Secumty 1.02[ChZllnefP~thregoas(J~n]or ,Women s[for Block I which includes the/SUrpn,se in honor of Gealie as] [~ rv /] ~ "'~')|n - : z.~Z/~ mus wee~ 24,642.39[ aa guest mgnt[irrigated land north ot White[her bwthday and wedding an- [Q.e~'~)~[/f/ /~ : ~O t~enera~ :: 4,958.67|vran~e, tlenera! 65.16|Weea~ales'Lax. 2.54[a~neauoHoriumonourreguiar~Rock Creek, excent for the~niversary were' the 5th A I ~flg.-.'V~? 165 ~:na:ra?eeur]~y "4~'2-~|Richl:~ Gene~al 69.50|Ag. ~x~en. ~ouneil 9,475.19]n!eeung mgnt, Feb. 10. Sixty-Ipump Lift No ~ At~'ll.30 R V |pantomine was read by| ] ~-'.~ "a OtZ.TZ/," t~.~t/WO. ~enoot rounaarion le~nt guests trom eignt townslsmrha Chief "E n'oineer "D;vi::;'--/Beulah Wilson, songs by Evelvn[ I // I~J~X"'~i" l"hgh ~ hool, ]Sinclair, General : 6.34| Fund l14,397.11}signed the guest book. We had of w~,~ ~ ~, i~',:o ~+',~;~'~|Blair, Vera Dw and Veda n~ [ 2.~ ~ " ~.D,R.H.S. No. 9, Gem ll,340.031V]CKSDUr~, ~eneral 187.92 [County Retirement 12,811.94ias our euest ~'neaker Beloit'sl% "~Y',~," ~,' ~ ~"a'u[aco "^a ~.Z ,~ :'~ ;'; i [ ~~, Socml Security 1.469.04| Cemetery 417.64|County Social Security 5679[American Fie'd- Service Ex /Or Agrzcmture, wm aiscuss newl:z"=~'y~ *."= u uY aamce ansenI I ff[, ,:: : era.!:::::: : : I, Gen 108",3 ~ . . -;=." ] y ' --,04.78 devotions Snecial music was g " a film at 1:15 and/ ",~ [ when they got ~ir' Transportation 13[ rrmme ~og 236.28[Teacher's Institute 472.891furnished" bv 'a i~ixed Ensemble[Dr" Wilber Ringler of Kansas/r~ uary ,~*m, wire ~tneiyn~from Dick's T. V. for t:er~ l~lac~! Bonds " Whitemound, General 185.o0[Undistributed Tax 317'634"03|from Jewel(Hiu~ School Coffee State University will address theI~e m2ray: vera ~ye wm nave[of their TV ,set it was I Jr. 1 JM Bond : 3,601.45 Ceme:er o " l ,{'08281IA?ve::teaenC aTaX l' 00" 7!punch cookies'"and san'dwiches group on ."The Impact of Irriga-[ n l $a ,la' rP : aem Vc ena e'Ireasonable. They know tnei ~'~o. 3 Bond 3,90228[ g I "; ' " ~lwere served fro,n a table d~cor It|on Development on a Commun-|n . g .~will work just fine, new. ( i!! ~OS:ii:il"N2o.1 iiili ii / BC ~t: ;i~' it:::iii, r tst ~'iil ii [ i~i!~!iiiii~~iii ent ~!i!ii!!~i!c~~i~n~b~i~cs~tMe`~!iiem~~!~~~i::~we~-~:~-S~uessDoxJD~k:pTrsV~en~`~(.u~~, ,~ E~.O.R.H: NO. 9, Bond ,1(,4.1 ~ Spec. Assessment 2,085.70 [Game, Upland BirdSta';nps 22"0013,~,~ A.n.dy Thompson, local farmer, Feb. 14, Troop 26 had in-! I It .lg~H. No. 8, Bond 7,508.10 |Esbon, General 2,368.82|Unclaimed Estates 1,313 46 I*'''~ ara~u,~a will talk about livestock and vestiture for Mary Blair and Bar- !IL . J-R.H. No. 4, Bond 8 174.73/ Weed 108 181 Co. Hospital,Bldg Fund 5,000.00 t ~ grain pr ducti n' especially h g rbara Smith" Mrs Blair and Mrs I ]1[ 1 $~R;1~/. No. 1, Bond 4,139.23|Mankato, General .: 6,890.0,10o. Hosp. Bond & Int 5,251.46! Thank you frlends and rela- raising and corn in 30-inch rows Smith were guests [ [ " ,ou.tsona 2,028.81[ Library 742.85[ Motor Vehicle 2.738.25, fives for cards, ,etters, visits and At 2 45 the Boettcher Enter- Christine Turner and Maril n ~,t~e~'=~= [ ~'oxious Weed 223.931Tr{as; Spee. Fund 936.00[phone calls while I was in the prises and Vernon Woods Asso- Halbert were Birthday Queeny [ e v*=n,m Ib.bO/ t~ona ~ lnt 10,807 96[vemme ~ates ~ax 1,742 151 . c ates will re~en ./ Fire ~nv ~.~-! ~ ~ ~, ~ e ~ m.2 ^ o .- ,hosnflal. . p . t an mforma- The 2nd orade Browmes gave oo oo Ceme*et- . L'L'L'I 2~,~. ? ~.- ~ ~,o,o.~aI ~ ~,?~ ~as aax l - ~ hve sessmn on insect and weed the 3rd grade a Valentine Part - ~- 'y z.85 / ~pee. Asses ~t 2 1,185 68 / *'errands 97 001 -- rAmne r'atrl(:K, control ,r~:~ ~ Y" ~row~sereek, General 2 87 Sewer 2 4 ' r~aibty wturray servefl relresn- Fire [ - : . 33.26[ 1 Door prizes will be given ments of valentine cookies ice ~, -- ~l, 8.40 ] We~oer, tieneral 51.09 r,----------- ' . *,1 ~u=a~o, General 19.43|Randall, General 43.37 =; we 197.781 Spee. St. Light 4.84 Burr Oak, General 41.28 [Cemeteries: t Calvin(~mGetorY - 600.81 [Athens 148.88 ~"~ >.~." ~ ~enmal 1.91[ Center 1,582.86 ~. ~ ~ 1~ .J r " ~e ,~ .~re,~ - ; 86.25 [ Fairview 345.81 ~' :':'i ~ ~ .x~ n~er, uenera~ 17.02 [Ionia 235.45,~:; ~ - Fire 330.7 ] Jewell ". - 667.28 E~ving, General 228.53 Laurel Hill 358 l~t :~::: [~:~ ~.531 Laurel Hill .~ ~ : I USED CARS, " - F RST PICK YOUR DEALER --- THEN PICK YOUR USED CAR OUR ARMER FINANCE PLAN IS TAILORED TO FARM INCOME BY THE MONTH BY THE YEAR YOUR 0 tt}65 PONTIAC 2 plus 2 2-[ 1963 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF I~ORTS COUPE. One |4-DOOR SEDAN. Factory air, er, driven only 13,400 t power steering, p wer brakes. ] uipped with factory [ Ready to go. er-steeri go.mill akes, [ q963 POI !' Motor. Factory War-[2-DOOR HARD TOP. Automa- /tic, radio, heater and tinte 1965 BUICK RIVIERA. Full glass. factory air, 10,000 miles. 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA of the nicer units in town. 2-DOOR HARD TOP. Factory air, power steering, power 19{}5 OLDSMOBILE DYNAM- brakes. One local owner. Very 4-1)R. HT. Factory air. low mileage. rer steering, power brakes. r mileage. Very clean. 1962 BUICK LeSABRE }65" BOICK LeSABRE 2-DR [DOOR SEDAN. Low miieage, I automatic, radio, etc. Very Power steering. Less than I clean. Priced tight. ) miles. Like new, at 1962 BUICK sPECIAL V-8 4t- tiful red. /DOOR. Very clean. Automatic, 40LDS 2-DOOR HARD[radio, EZ eye, etc. Priced to sell JETSTAR I. Power steer- /fast. wer brakes, factory air, [ 1962 BUICK LeSABRE 4-DR. seats. Ready to go. |SEDAN. Power steering, radio, 1964 PONTIAC TEMPEST V- automatic, etc. Priced right. CUSTOM 4-DOOR. One 1962 PONTIAC 4-DOOR Low mileage Power radio, factory air, Auto- White tires. Priced right. 1964 PONTIAC CATALINA 4- HARD TOP. One owner. air, Hydramatic, radio, steering. Low mileage. g value. BUICK SPECIAL 4- V-8. Automatic, 13,000 miles. New like new. PONTIAC CATALINA Factory air, g. One local owner. 1964 OLDS 88 4-DOOR Fac- power steering, power One of the nicer cars in One local owner Low Very clean. HARD TOP. Factory air, very nice. Priced for quick sale. 1962 RAMBLER 4-DOOR. 6 Cyl. Automatic. 38,000 miles. One local owner. A good buy. 1961 CHEVROLET IMPAL~ 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Automat|c~ power steering, power brakes, tinted glass. 1960 DODGE V-8, Automatic. Very clean. A good buy. 1960 CHEVROLET t8 CYL. Standard drive. See this one for a big saving. i 960 BUICK. Factory air, power steering, power brakes, very clean. Low mileage. Price l right. 1959 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SE- DAN. V-8, Automatic. Priced for a quick sale. 1955 FORD V-8. Standard transmission. & PICKUPS GMG ~/~ LWB. 4 speed. go. CHEVROLET 1 TON Dual wheels, new bed. racks. Very sharp. CHEVROLET ~ TON PICKUP. V-8 ton Very cleam One owner. Wide side box. Priced to 1959 FORD TON pICKUp. 4-Speed. Long box, nice. 1956 CHEV. ~/~ ToO ~. W. B. H. D. Tires. 4-Speed 1946 FORD 2 TON. ~ goo~l older truck. -0. CKIR REPUTATION IS YOUR BEST GUARANTEE HAVE THE GMAC TIME PURCHASE PLPeN MOTOBS INSURANCE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE NSAS PHONE PE $-Ull $ Southwestern Bell's only business is to give you the kind of telephone service you want--the world's best. We know our service isn't judged by statistics. It's judged by customers. Customers who expect their tele- phone service to be better today than it was yesterday-better tomorrow than it is today. To live up to our customers' expec- tations, Southwestern Bell will do many things in Kansas during 1966 to make phone service better than ever before. We'H spend $32 million to im- kffOV service throughout the state. in doinlg this, we provide n boost to the state's healthy eco- nonu progreu. DIAL SERVICE IN KANSAS When a new dial syslem goes into ~rVlr~e f~ eor 500 ~ustomers at De- aH of the more than 850,000 lele o0es served by Southwestern Bell"Kansas will be dial, Ten short dears tly 68% of our customers di l telephones. We'll install 34,000 new tele- /= one throughout Kansas. That's enough phones to serve a city the ize of Lawrence and Menhatlan corn- b|ned. You'll be able to call m ,re people" and more p aces than ever before. TORM.PROOF UNDERGROUND CABLE We'll make your telephone service more reliable with the addition of 215 miles of inter-city telephone cable buried underground where it is safe from weather interruptions. For instance, a cable with the capac- ity to handle up to 700 conversations at a time will be Naced from Topeka Sabetha and Marysville. EXPANSION PROJECTS CONTINUE ~a[or building and equipmeqt ex- pansion proiects are under~ w=ly at Hays, Bethel, Hutchi~sen, OveFland Park, To peka, and Lenexa 1Additional conversation-carrying facilRies will be installed between Kansas City, Kan- sas, Lenexa, and Olathe. &:ores of less dramatic but equally important protects will be carried out in many other Kansas cities and towns. MORE DIRECT DISTANCE DIALING We'll provide Direct Distance Dial- ing (DDD) for telephone .users in Lib- eral, Hugoton, De~oto, Ki,ngman~ An- dale, Douglass, Moont Hope, and Peck. With DDD, these residents will be able to dial their own long Dis. tance calls as easily aS they now dim local calls. DIAL MOBILE PHONES COMINQ We'll make dial mobile telel one service availalale ft r tNe first ti,rl in four Kansas cities. This improved mo- bile service, a vital aid to professional men and man~/ kinds of businesses, will be offered in Wichita, Hays, Great Bend, and Chaqute during i ?66. tOUCH-TONE PHON The new Touch-Tone with push buttons in~teatd of thl~ fa- miliar dial, will be introdpced Kay- sas customers at McPherson next fall. These revolutionary new instru~ents.~ ,~ that let you tap out the numbers on buttons, will be offered i0 o~heiT places" when an adequate s6pp!y bell comes available; )L And, finally, we'll do evei ,thin ' we can think of throughout it~66 to see that our service measur~ up to what you think it should be. If ever. it doesn't, we'd like to hea)r ;daOut it. As ! said, our only businelm is t9 : .give you the kind of telephone servo ice you want---the world'a I t.