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February 23, 1967     Jewell County Record
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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD ed with politics. Because you . . . ..... Thursday, February 23, 1967 don't hear every sneeze of a Amerzemm Investors Life Ins~ CO.---TOpeK~ Am ........... Pale_ 6 - Section II ............ nff oJA1 d. sn't mean we er]can mvestors -.lie msumnce ;o.--lopeKa ' [are dormant. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION S"MMA ............... |A ,..=. I Look around! Has any ~lther at Deem $l, |gN U 1~I Ur" Ut'J~Lt~A'I'IU_N~ I HI(] organization dedicated al its Janua U I work and activity toward get- ry l, 1966, to December 31, 1966 Mrs, Lovona Bartley r ting a fair price and no other A g 1: T .g , ,, ,- e. ? -- --- i IN i. ~.j /~ r" Prospectors Sunday School deterrin.", factors. We have -- " ,.to~. ~.a a Valentine Partv lmet with more organized buy- . ......... ~=:~n~'"= .... ;,,,, ~, ,l,,~ h^~l ~r resistance in the marketing ~onas ............................... 965,152.44 Life Insurance Premiums .................1,189,547.52 JL~T~]~ ~ ~ d~ "~ ~ ~r ~L ~ ~L A~ ~ ~Z~ ~ ~i~t~ ..... tock ...... hi n Ifield because we are on the S s- Common and Preferred ........... 161,122.52 Net Investment Income .................. 25,859.82 i:;,::! I !!i: .......................... ::iii!}ii , : oo:oo ~rri.me!; TIVI~!~.e ,~.tn~Ld~n f:n:tsta?n ex~::~en~ : y::/;:=i:::n~q~?ce ....... ~?:::,:::':::gl~::Sme ." .'." .'." .'. .'." .." ." .'." ." .' .'." .' Mr and Mrs, Floyd Simme- ' " f the .......... Total Income ................................ 1,241,; link. Ray. and Mrs. David countries ann some o investment Income Due and Accrued ....... 11,606.22 " --- Trott Mr and Mrs Larry I Scandinavian countries have T t I A " ....... '-^ 'n o a s em ................................. 1,500,368.48 Ahlver~, Mrs. Rex Hcnning-1 been operating on l~.~iu prs - ~ D E D U C T I O N S i i Rust s' Mtr .c, anndl~aMrt Ii,Se i[ Ce ioP~es, for 25 yearS.win- t..~ow _ [ spiritual ]mplicahonsDd~4~mmsuch as[ F [I , Ill law is hel InB to form,~~~Calnj] siva I~! sen and Harold Shoemaker, Mr. and lcan you unoerstanu wny.gra!n ......................... u.. v....~..o n~,..o. M~ / is two to three times nigher In L l A O l L l I l ~" ~ ~earn msnertTs ......................... l U,2OI.~U ,,-o .......... 6 ....~ ..... ~'~ ........""--',--~ ~,~,~-~ Increase in Aggregate Reserves ...........190,005.00 aaw~:M~!~ o; ~:l~f ~!se~, ~ ~ m~r~!s I ~2!!de iiii: ~i~fa!i! pN;:m~:lmitY p:~S~?~dva n ce ............... 21~:11~.(~~ ~!m:mr~i S~E:: L 'T.i:eY.s .F u ? .d s .................. ~2~'iii'ii freshments were served. Cin-~ " " " " " sh Premium Deposit Fund .................. 49,528.71 P ........................ ~Ye~: C:nc~ HI~;t~ygSGrimed ]d:;s}~i: fa,~Ve(~u:~ir~!~i~u to RC~en?t~:ln~:ytn~esltDU: al~:t ~:2:tded" ~ ~ ~" ~ " 7:)66:~ ~:~trt:ceD::X::da;def:e;:d Premiums .......15~:6;6.)9 were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wouldn! ~I. e "" nt gand Mandatory Security Valuation Reserve 4,272.28 Totel Deductions .............. ~ ..... 1,022,, Know mat tlm preslae ...... Dale Henningsen while .their l,ho no~,, ~ Ae~.,,~,,~r~ wmfld Special Surplus Funds Set Aside for Gain from Operations Before Dividends ................... - 219,1 parents a!tendedthe part~: [~.'~,~..7~,U" ~,,,'~.~l'~'~us-'far'mers Dividends to Po cyholders .. 76,738.55 Dividends to-Policvbolders " " 77/, tvlr. ann ~ars. ~rstz wesen ~ ,,o~= ~'. """~"" 3 " " "'" "'" ~ ......................... -'--'~ haft an,d ~'amily h~ve movedI first before they lowered the Total Liabllltie ...............................355,499.03. Net Ga,n from Operat,ons after D,v,dends .................... 142, to Glen Elder. Their little i prme o~ wneat, mcreaseu meat Capital ............................... 500,000.00 red and butterfat imports put an s daughter, Pare, has enteI .... ' -- i PaJd-ln Surplu ........................ 500,000.00 h r emvargo on nines or a mou- the Ist grade t e e. l ........... J Increase to Surplus 1965 ................. 14,939.74 S P E C I A L D E D U C T I O N S the farmers of sano omer nign-nanaen mlngs. Several of . / .... ur r sident sa- inIIncrease to Surplus 1966 .................129,929.71 this area attended the meet-l~m not o p e .. ,Y I Totel Ca-ital and Sur-lus ' 1,144 869 45 Non-Admitted Assets 9,749 15 and en'oved the supper the State of Union Aauress ~" ~- ....................... , . ........... : ........ ing ~ .... / ................. i-esI _ . . ~ Increase ,n Security Valuation Reserve ......2,357.55 sponsored by the Walker Grain I mat, we nero zarm pr ~ Torsi ............................... 0,ouu,ooo.4o ....... I ~w~ekd:Wfesh~d~;wneavscO~i~d aat'IEs~l~o~[ ~:i~d!dAorn:/::lavnsfa:nmt?r h;/:' The above financial statement is a true and exact reproduction of the assets and Increase to S:/;:u:P:::! ~=::::::: ........................ - " "-. .... duction record even though our liabilities of the Annual Statement of Amer,can Investors Life Insurance Company Insurance in Force December 31, 1965 ...... $21,832,481 ny Deslgned With r ing at the O)'a Billeuwilliams gamzed s, el]er s market,I - [ Mr. and Mra Harold Shoe wake, ; e~:,~:" d uests Let's quit cutting each oth- i~:.; :!:,, maker w_re _hurs ay g . ad- ~ .... ~ of his gran~h~*'~.er. "~rrs. Ed- ers.throat for.a .temporary / umntunn ~:: -~ ww uummunr l*h Dean of Glen Elder whol vantage ou tight nog cnozeraj ~ ~ w w mm~mm , and black leg as fast and fur- r l~t bwth- was ob,erxl,g he 9 .... [ ...... an [ 1 -"~ ~ ~:'- ' ~ l , ~ ~OUSly as post[Die, uur org - :~ ........ day, She lives in her own[ .... [ ~ home, caring for herself ~he~ ized buyer'.s market has swm-J baked some pies Thursday l dled us out o! more man any] ~ ~ n i ~ | ~ ~ morning for her children I epldem*Cfererrh:s or :i leb -] ummenm m ~,,~am, e ~ ~m grandchildren, Who were her~ cause ......... PP .... ~I u~utnn~n~n ~~//~~ ~vut~ ~ | guests m naven t tne Will tO Ilgrlt. NL~U[ ~r,. '~a m Wichita Barrow .~how Friday] en plan for success ,Jet's pu I :~'~i~ with a pen of 10 Barows whichI them !ogether anld g~t tchetJobI ~~[~ ~ . IndivldualWere ratedBarrowsChampiOnswhichandre.[4[ more.ane' walung wl on y II ~~'~ ~~ t.ouruana ........... - ~esmen[ Agent ~ ceived champion, 2nd, 3rdJ .~ . -V--V----- . J Belleville . District Supervisor ratlnas resnec t ~,ounty leaoers ann mere / : ~ n and gth place ' ~' "*" " I o NF O~ -" ~ I tively. Mrs. Joe Patterson ac-I bert :,f. the :lcwe, I .C. .- / ~ companlcd her and visited herr a~tenoeu a c iosea / - [ daughter, Mrs. Carol Gaston,~ strategy meeung a;. ..' _I there [ zne purpose oz me meeung[ County 4-H Day was held|was to discuss plans for aI at Mankato Lime ! milk holding action and to dis-t Saturday - ~,, . t ...... I}-" 4 H Club mem ] cuss a new ~pproach N 0 ss] . ~.~ Talk Steve and Crystal Van attitude, i! looed : g of the Nazarene representing der by reading the 8th ehaLS- _ The s eaker will be John A._ q. Manywritsrstodayeem and e~rnlmrs is on imnn~n _ Have you a~_eI. mev ,~om~ st il be ta~ ,n~ ten eighty five churches throu h P ---r- t~ q~ Horn, cornet duet. "ears zrom"* now .... w~m'J nu -~ a,~-=,"'"~'"" '..." ..... g " ter of Psalms. Prayer follow- ~Miller. agronomist at Farm- [to favor convertibles. ~ [semeUme's'I sea a company re-i" -'" investingV Mr. O . Bob Rose has been recently|Y o . lou~ me state, m nereny oppos, led in unison. Seven members 'land Industries, Inc., Kansas ,the., .m to be caned at 0 ....... ....... , of the monthly magln N~ "~ ~al Corn prices for milk to ~h~ farmer ed to 'Liquor by the drink' be ,, ~..... -......~ ~m~ ~mu mmm- ~ appdinted on a , r., o,- ' . answered roll call by Some- City, Me mmr ~version, In your in= s tar Investing , and mittee fo Prk Product . thing unusual a ut Kansas .[ A couven is printed in this Jlon. isthisfalr to the investor? --,.~.,-, [ r o ion unless a holding action is call- cause of its ethical, moral and be ,, . op lng but the price of the stocknation's reeogniz l# Mr. and ~rs " . Yl =.................... 1~[ .. - .' ... ' . . . lAtter the regular business ]week s pa'--por. If you wan~ a [And will you discuss rite pros [s'~"'~':~oi,l~, ,~.*,-*-'----[ will ~hswer as m~lY I spent Sunday in Red Cloud as[. zTne ~u L e~?~F: W ~'~ ::-[nlgner frame acc!aem, rate, [meeting' Gealie Blaylock had [Free Ticket to this interesting i mld cons of convertibles? ]....i"Bu/l~e~v~1~nln~'a;U~a~'~[ in his column or I~ I their sister-in law. Mrs. Floyd[ tm~t ~eu m 'a~:~2,a ~ .~,~P.~/nigner crime rate. nroKen |the proCram, reading "The [event. please clip the coupon | A. A convertible seeuritvie mail, but must U l! rt proacn to ~ =.v~ ~, ,~,~ nomes, m ner law enzorce- ,, -~ ..- .-.,.....,..,.......,w~,..,.. Bartley, had a severe bea | ...... ,:....|]1 .... [ . . g! .... [Village Blacksmith , and con- ]and mail it to the Chamber of hsually a debenture or are J^ ,,~d,. ~,,d,= ,..n a,, o,,1 to those of g~er~l ot,o,,b ~=tl,vd,~x, every!n= and/farm prices. Lmta.~ --... o,.u-/ ment costs to city, county ann [faata .Tannin ~i'an~an ~'a~la /e~ ....... # as..w.t*, ~,~,~ I. ~r " |,~ =~,s, amo ~w,... .,!,,,- .8. ~*[ r~ .... ..! 6 ~u411 , ,, .................. a ............................ ,..uu,m=~ =,, ,,,=-~=~. .w. [errod stock which may be con- ~,o.w.~,.uonts ,o-- waS in critical condition Her[ be announced:. This new P'/state agencies, and likewise is [Roe and l~eulah Wilson won ~tickets are available from [~,,.~,~ ,;,.....~.,..~. _~. .... [auction market, so the price[ floe cony Of ~BO~Olrl ,,hn,~o, were all c~Hed home | preach wilt ohm" ~armers an [ opposed to 'Pari-mutual bet- N, rizo. Several heard from I;.;k__~......, ~, ........ ,,, I'." ~ "~' " "~' "~"'"~'- u= / goes up or down at any i~v~/ ...... 2"_',.~ _ ^,,.,~ - ......... " ' . . , . ,, v ~o. ~ ,- ~,.nm~.~ m ~,w.,,,~,,.~ -,~-." snares of cumin s .am w z. u n.,' . Genc and Don and their fam-] .apportun~ty to.use, marketing[tmg w~th its attending evils [their mystery sisters Beulah |bars Every farmer in the [! .... on .lock .of the [mome"t on a Imais Of wheth '[ ...... l ior!!~U~a~:: froAmtteE~d~ngoal~l~er:~::.nfl~ [won ~: og~:; ob~ne ~yd:auimCe l!~t::~, Is cordially invited ~;o l~link~let~r~:u!~ce ~y:~em~ew~a=~ J~r~r.earo more buyer or .li,-J ~:]~e~?4~:~iBO. X ly Sunday morning, l~rs. Bart-[ size .of the agrlcu t?!__,.p ^_ .~rs: Lee .HiIlery.. past o, rs oflber" Lovely refreshments l ' Ll~kj _,_ ,thepl |ee.o.z .the eom / Alldthls ls hlfluancedbythe[ .... f [ : ley showed very slight imI ~:nbr~:ug~UCe~a~:ncePwPi~h~d~j: t?elOCal t~nurcn ot tne Nazar-nwere served by the hostess.[ Mrs Jesse O'"uinn and whlehc,1 provement Sunday noon, As " " The February meeting will be ~/ e me ~ and ~liing h, ,, an asthma victim her mand. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles]the 16th with Janice Hansen [daughter, Pat, who is a senio~ [~ddowna of the common stock Ipublle's concero at the mom,tl ~r~o woshjl oz me aewe ~uu az rec0ver~ will be sb,w~r. I. Jay W!erenga.lC~untn~.PI~7~ were in W~hita SaturdaY lEthelyn has the special andli,,n.., high sch,ooi and Mrs. ~rlceo . .... ]over the ge"er lcom'aeOfbusl- ...... 11~ Bert Alcorn, Mrs Margaret sent ' "" Yuse wnere ~rs. ~oytes atten(~en Vera Dye the program .... Roll ut~umns morner, ~ars. ~ary . rormsumce, mymvesunanx hess, foreign affairs, or mY wrmn 8 s m i McFarland a~d Mrs Kenneth" said. "No one .snoula opp a meeting of the Adult Plan. call will be valentines or White, of Fairfield Calif. are crab held American Metal Pro- other subject whieh (.)ms slg- explain a ~reosbil t~ ~' Trubey visited Got(ton /klcorn this dynamic new apprO::vhc ning Committee for Kansas something about Lincoln and making their home ia Man- ducts, which was take. over by ant '~i:ii~~ natStiiil ~!c:;! ~Yw~i!~e~2!i:/::::::~!M " nifle to the publlc at the mo. likely 'i wind uii It ~s something farme Y W C A Alyce Garman and r~aCd~~rhiii2i I~~i~iskato while~s~;e~!)rMrs O Qumn s I~~ l~~r~s~l FjI.~ar=S1 ler w were lssued rear end " st~ffo~l family o~ Be,oit. ' r at ' ' Yakima Wasnlngton auring ' is written, I~ar-Slegler con It is praetieaily impossible pen , , ~.~ddewasable tocomel Tbecounty NFO leades - of the Vo-Teoh School at Schill- ! ...... ~'_ .................... ! Mrs Bradley Judy returned J~.... __. .... .. ...,.... J ...... [ barostn.ble. "' ...... . . . ~ll~ ~,,nr0-~HIu8 [lullu~y~ [,~ Vx~x~, ' ~u~ M-~-~-~ zm o~g,uuq~ g,~, ][or ~e I~o os| wna1~ t~e o from the B lint' hospital tending the meeting were Joe mg Air Base where Dennis ~s home recently after spending 8 s S II i~l kin a Citiz~l, homo ^ " ~: '-i'ors a'I Reinert, Robert Kohn and Bill taking draftsman trainin~ ~the!r son, Richard, and family. Jlthree weeks in Toronto, Ca,a-I~ ~d the eommon i e InK ]psychologleal f~etor will be[ (P ") ili il i!;ii:i!ii !ill / / /iii;i : ii r roll call b Frieda Kuh ma 0 P. us eonal Cosfl Scho ' Mover ' [ present to answe Y coln and Main. in Mankato,| ............. o^ "e and his |puters. preferred gives der- |growth but it ls one Of themore | Y '~ J r Mr. and Mrs. Bert Alcornl ~ivi~g their_ middle name. will Join several thousand oth-| o 'chi 'd r'en* a heir faro-| -- able more income than would [reliable indicators. | "Experience is [i~ bury Hospital in S~lina. [ .... Alvin ~ave a safety r,.. ~..~. ,~ " ' |Maxine Dare of Englewood,[,... u..-a,., ~ .... ,., ,~..,,.~ ha| in thepast, thanthocommon[ . .. .P" .... J ~ " " I .anKam. ,. i.,,= -,,,or,-- --- ....... r zt me me nros ts ': BIG NFO STEP | talk and R~ck gave a demon-The service will begin at[~murauu' [for Mr Arthur Lichty. The fol- Ifl~ul4 grlKl~..,,~ ~now grN~r |;,~-.,Ma,.~.,, .,~...,..',-,. ~=-.~.'~ | ....... ~,. I , B Ike Ellort str~h~n on ~w to make a 7:30 on Sunday evening ac- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Under-Jlowlng names ue to be add- .~. aa.d In.c..l~. Prie.e|thL, tkZw~ldtmwt=.tnhm,~,~w| ~td.~l...,. nt,~h [ .... | flashlight Coke floats were cording to the Rev G S [wood of Forestville, Maryland[ed: to where n coma oe .our ;2. ,...,.- " * .. .j , MI~ U|UI,|~,v V,J &JJV~DE, ~J| II*IJJLIS~ *"lMl J NFO, in its relative shortl served by Rettv andEvonne. Willard, pastor [announce the arrival of an 8| Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross van~, ertint~theco~= |... _,.___ _,_,. ............ | .__ _ .... ~, " " ' " ' I ~ wnaw~ uu4~.t 1&'utmgmon~t I"~" ~OI11~UIU~ existence, can point to achieve-[ --Doug Thomas, RepOrter. Program for the annual re-lib. 10 oz h~bv l~v. [[is.name| Mr. and Mrs. Chrissie mu . - . | A Whil-. --, |..... "-=; .... hi ment| not matched by any[ ---- cognition of the ministry of [is Max Michael. Mr. ann Mrs. J Ahrens AS r~aros me q~ ~uon of |,..z. ..... _-_" o*." _,, other 'farm or~tanizat~on inlRaY' and. Mrs. HIHery women in the church has been[ Chas. Underwood of Esbon| -Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Snyder, ~l'~ss in a flrmfore[r, 'vouto|:'dv~,:" #.~ ~m~.~um~u_~ |g~r.: el man w.~.~ ~.i. ~ s~ Of these other or~aniza~l Attend Convention titled, "Yes, Lord '. The two are the proud grandparents. J Mrs. Alice LaRueoonveri, the OpUOnS Oftl. , ~-,-,v~ a .uuut me .~qp~ .m.p,m~; | mSKe8 a . nSITW _~' ' ~ U"ms operating for forty orl . . ---- words will emphasize the val- Da~e is stationed at the An- ] Mrs. Nellie Graham and to convert and the com~. ~y to l~u"..'~"uon: I..woma. lute ~. | Spartan: ^ pers~ :,' ~i h~N~N~;!i~$.t~h~teoa:!it!!io~t !o 1 ~!~;!ii~iiii!~!~ir!!i~ ~e~tw~il~l~!Lnh~::~;W~w~e~ae~:C//[ :!':~:~:::: ~r~,on~reI~?ouil~[inf:~ ~~~ I~~;'~i : " ' at a Hot ital Me " ferant/fyouhadthomoneylying ~ ~r ~l~t~ffl~l~ .... 1~--tUn" .................. I~1 n~mko,., a= 4.,|. Hutchinson,. Kansas. Feb. 13 a part of the national organ!- extra training in May !1be added to . the P . " whan the sinckmu tbeconvort, j... . [ morial Fund for Mr Ghris tree. Conc,~rdia No other or~aniza-Jtnrugh 15. zation of A~semblies of God base In Florida. i] ' ad. Tnth.~_.S.,of~nvm..tl,..h,,., . . . [ Guest speakerswere Dr nd venter AS zor wnore you couldbor t/on has established a fat he .... Women s Missionary Council, -- ]Va : ..... ,., | Front Row. g nu n e N/ """ o-~m,,-,, -,.-7-,-. ~ -- -- outlet averaging over G0,0001 .g. C~.. uenn. ..,r g.eneral sup- with headouarters in Spring- |uford' Eulinger |uya , Mr. and Mm. Robert chols over with wmr br(~or, Ho~llJ"rw . the. mona...,: .... ,_ bead a day, on a weekly basis,| ermtenaent "wi,~n ~nternational field Me, Local groups of 50 R~istersd An0us Bulls | .----------- ,_ .~.~..... ,..~'-~'......,.,,o.~....8... l Yonr mmm' You relm~lylmown I ;'.. .... neao a . w ,w,. w w, .~v,..,,...,....~ .,... ' ~r/~ | a NFO has for the last year.| .. qu tiers In ~ansas City. dist~ictq help p~ovide for more --- J Not" SO r.ost ~ ~fll t~s h~mvm,.tl~,lm, j fl~l~., an d.~.lts .poJ|lbly lts Of- J .,,,,.,!, and we continue to build. Thk| o..ann ~r, ~:ugene, stowe, than 2,000 members of Assam- Buford Esslinger, Mankato, [ ~ =-=- ............. InClldS w111 allommwsom~hh~ I Concordia station opened with-I preskaen.~ of the ~anare"eblies of God home and foreign r~.ently purchased two Aba~- | Rs~mn/}m' bw.k whan ~ ~,._ ~ . , . .,._. [about bo~ the ~ that || | .crlue ! :/,assoelaCed with achievementel D - " ' WMC and Misslon~ ~ivln~ ][~wahlS. ~Ndll/~, l~t~| 'e 'ram? - Tulle (TS~) JwhosFogontt~SIL j I r... ,......, . |