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RECORD 23, 1967 Section I Kansas 31, 1967 the Tree- at the above ....... $1,155,338.34 64,560.43 ~rity 4,330.13 school 1,258.80 13,75o.85 5,155.57 Warrant 6,370.68 neral 53.34 ~rity 5.11 school 7.27 2(.)8.22 2.73 14.92 3,~05.33 3,737.35 3,465.94 827.32 No. 1 6,528.55 5,492.68 6,530.58 Hbzh 9,057.19 High 7,484.71" Hi~.h 7,010.40 al tligh 3,308.'23 1,550.91 21.62 431.93 82.90 87.96 ] 95.64 Gen. 75.18 208.48 21.12 140.00 12.18 237.53 468.11(; 39.64 16.20 317.54 148.80 58.89 274.04 32.07 51.07 1(;6.45 55.89 51.47 81.95 177.41 532.57 147.19 ~n. 53.33 234.38 66.12 2;$2.40 10.34 .i77.77 116.38 25.37 15~.40 :t5.08 425.60 t8.86 396.99 3{;5.27 ~en. 90.65 98.61 250.61 C, en. 69.68 102.08 2,362.59 129.40 345.07 593.08 2,005 55 2,012.11 22.64 1 ,I 33.83 220.10 36.69 146.74 52.73 Interest 589.25 War- 303.37 2.38 162.98 1,468.03 142.82 254.90 605.98 2.04 142.08 51.45 2.12 1,272.21 2,(:09.95 9,05L84 18,11)9.72 60,036.84 142,699.09 ry 2,250.00 51,197.8~ 36,'~02.39 53,127.43 .03 1.03 24,067.14 Ztension ~1 4,589.80 105,531.63 10,221.55 County 10,719.95 3,274.43 Water- 833.02 7,920.77 Ire 320.89 f ( ax 363,5,)5.14 R 77.31 edemp. , ~, 7/.)12.40 ~heriff .q67.55 325.31 606.50 81.00 1,445.73 272,726.53' ' 12,022.61 383.06 Fund, 928.2fi 2,016.31] 79.4( 1,155,338.34 swear tha~ ~ent is corn correct t( an{ ,nderson Treashrer Kans&s AN Belolt -- A future In the auto mechanics trade is the ambition of Delno Reed, For- moso, right, who is currently enrolled as an all-day student in the Auto Mechanics De~ partment at the North Central Kansas Area Vocational-Tech- nical School. SWORN TO before me this 1st day of February 1967. Alvin C. Fall, Jr. County Clerk (SEAL) Mrs. Marshall Bishop Miss Allcia Andrews of Mill- ard, Nebr. came Thursday and accompanied her mother, Mrs. W. A. Andrews, to the Vernon Mohler hor~ at Gar- den City for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Btsho and Jerry of Bladen, Nebr. brought a birthday cake and helped his mother celebrate her birthday Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Roe will be home tonight from their visit with relatives in Nampa, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackstone and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black- stone helped Mrs. Myrtle Roe and Mrs. Gertrude Blackstone celebrate their birthdays at Mrs. Myrtle Roe's Thursday night. Mr, and IVlrs. Marshall Bis- hop were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Means and Sharon of Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black- stone called on Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray of Burr Oak Friday evening. "Have A Heart" Give To The Heart Fund The White Rock Hustlers 4- H Club members will solicit for the Heart Fund in Burr Oak. A sheet was passed at the Jamestown-Burr Oak ball game Friday night, Feb. 17, and will be passed aqai~ at the Grade School Tournament Saturday night. Feb. 25. The club will solicit the .homes in Burr Oak Saturday, Feb. 25. --Gerry Waugh, Jr. Leader. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all of those who so thoughtfully remember- ed me wi*h visits, eav,4q and letters while I was in the hos- pital. It's n;ee to have s-ch wonderful friends and rela- tives. --Golda Doxon. Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 A. M.; ~:00-4:00 and 7:00-8:0( P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barreh and Kyle of Randall visited his mother, Mrs. Minnie Bar- rett, Tuesday morning. He called on her again Friday af- ternoon, Mrs. Jessie Graham and Mrs, Marie Morris were visit- ors of their mother, Mrs. Ole- anna Thronson, during the past week. Mr. Paul Crangle was a Thursday afternoon caller of Mrs. Violet King. Mrs. Will Lagergren visited Mrs. Mattie Metz several times recently. Miss Alice Sellhorn went to Betoit Friday afternoon and called on her mother, Mrs. Louise Sellhorn. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Gert- rude Flare were her daughter. Mrs. Waunda Donahue of Mankato, and her granddaugh- ter, Mrs, Billie Laflen, Mr. Laflen and Billte Ray of Sa- line. Mrs. Donahue had also called on her mother a few days earlier. Mr. Sherman Loomis of Ran- dall came Thursday to see his father, Mr. Clarence W. Loomis. Mrs. Cora Launchbaugh and Mrs. Went Smith visited Mrs. Launchbaugh's daughter, Mrs. Violet King, Friday, Mrs. John Diamond called on Mrs. Mattie Metz and oth- ers in the Home Sunday after- noon. a Single Wheel Leaves Deep Track -- Creates Heavy Compaction Zone Under V-T Instructor Eli' Bontrager, left, Reed will re- ceive 1080 hours of instruction in the auto mechanics trade before graduation on May 24, 1967. Delno, a 1966 Courtland High grad, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd D. Reed, Forlnoso. ~'[,'.. (;u~' F(,lsom of Randall was a Sunday visitor of his aunt. Mrs. Mattie Smith. The Reverend Mr. James Millstad and a group of young people from the First Baptist Ch~,,'ch in Mankato provided the Feb. 19th Christian service for us. Verna Gough was the pianist. Nela Huntsinger, Dru- silla Taylor, John H~mtsinger and Bruce Taylor took turns reading the Scripture. The minister gave an interesLing talk. Mr. Neff Huntsinger was also present. Liberty Club The Liberty Club met Feb. 9 at the home of Jennie Olson with 11 members present. Es- ther Ortmaa, the vice-presi- dent, conducted the meeting in the abseace of Mary Han- son, the president. Gertrude Shepherd received the gue,/s box which was brought by Es- ther Ortman. Vivian Ost, the program leader, presented two valentine contests which were won by Ann Ost, after which traveli,~g bingo was en- joyed. A valentine gift ex- change was an!eyed by every- one. Lovely refreshments, car- rying out the valentine theme. were served by the hostess. The March meeting is to be held with Esther Ortman. --Reporter. Duels Eliminate Compaction Zone, Assure Total Tillage a Lowenng Christian Gleaners m--- The Christian Gleaners met Feb. 14. Our president, Gladys Fordham, led us in prayer and salute to the American flag, Christian flag and the Bible. Pat Hunter led us in singing "In My Heart There Rin~s A Melody" with Delores Hines at the piano. Ruth Clegg, our devotions leader, led the group and we all read Bible verses with "heart" in them. Pat Hunter read a poem "Par- able". Delores Hines sang "God Cares For You". Ruth read scriptures, Matthew 8:19- 27 and Matthew 6:25.33. Ollie Reager read "Life's Mirror". Ruth read "God Loves You" and scriptures and explana- tions on "God's Love For Us", Transforming Power of Life" md "Change of Our Attitude of Others". Lenore Smith read a poem "The Go~pel Accord- ing To Me". We all read scriptures on "Love". Grace Cristman led us in the closing prayer. 17 members answered roll call. The secretary's re- port was read and approved. Betty McAtee gave the trea- surer's report. Ollie Reager, Missionary Chairman, read letters from Christi~l School, Cookson Hills and Manhattan Bible College. 28 church calls were reported. Lenore Smith gave the card report. We clos- ed by praying The Lord's Prayer. I4ostesses were Eliza- beth Mohler and Charlotte Pletcher. The next meeting will be Feb. 28. We will have slide~ on .Tartan. Joy Coffman will be devotional leader. Vel- ma Brown and Pat IIunter SPECIAL will be hostesses. Famous Triple ]Ub --Reporter. ....... .FRONT M M OR I A M TRACTOR TIRES |-T n~,lon oord body fllbts In loving Memory of Ever- bml~ ette Doxon who passed away Wldt tread Sow easier a year ago, Feb, 25, 1966. steeds He is not gone, he Is just Bufltfor axbs|onlwes ll:00 X 16 plus 12.00 Fed, I[x. Tax away Away from his family, his loved ones, and friends Away from the frets, the toils and cares, Away from all Ills this old world ensnares. Our hearts are still breaking Many tears we have shed As we walk through the places that he might have tread. But we know God in heaven With his Jewels s~ rat, has fashioned a place for him over there. --The Doxon Families, and twb uublt trade.Ins at low pair prices... 12.4 X 28 4 P. R. pigs $8.68 Fad. EX. Tax and I Usable Trade.lns 1.70 x 15 I P. Ft. Tube.Type plus ~4.1HI Fed. I[x. Tax and II reoappable tlre~. SPECIAL TRACTION L~