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February 24, 1966     Jewell County Record
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1966 "- Mankato American [Legion Post 115 met Feb. 15 at/ Elizabeth Nichols, Preisednt. The Legion Auxiliary j the Legion Hall. Meeting was[ Opening Prayer was given by ------ called to order by Vice President:/ Ruth Kier, followed with a morn- The Auxiliary of the American { Ruby Davis in the absence of } ent of Silent Prayer for our dead Left to right: Mrs. Irene Bryant and Mrs. Frank W. Bo~:d a~ the Native Sons & Daughters ban- quet at Topeka Friday, January 28. Mrs. Bryant is the mother of Debbie, "l~!iss America." Melvin Kitts, 45, is shooting Free Throw. Mike ~.2ourke, 15, is in position to rebound. , Jewell Co. Reeord heroes. The flag salute was giv- en and our preamble recited in unison. We sang the National Anthem. The Secretary, Edna Walker, read the notes of the last meet- ing and they were approved. The Treasurer, Lela Lamb, reported on our financial standing. Ellen Nailer reported she had sent cards to the sick. also sympathy cards. Ruth Kier talked about legislation in letters she had re- ceived. Mary Van Meter had the song of the re(ruth. "My Faith Looks Up To Thee". This song was written by Ray Palmer. 22 years of age. He said they were words of a deep consciousness of his own soul. and is now writ- ten in several languages. The Chaplain's message in "The National News" is dedicat- ed to "Our American Heritage". We have birthdays of two great men this month. George Wash- ington and Abraham Lincoln. We are grateful for the foundation of our heritage, but our thoughts and prayers are dedicated to our fighting men in Viet Nam. Let us each in our own way pray for the love of God to overshadow them. and that our lives may be examples of that love for our God. our Country, and the Free- dom we all enjoy. We are getting ready to order our poppies to be sold in May. The dinenr we served Feb. 1 was well attended. Hostesses were Elsie Hooker and Verneda Beel- or. The evening was spem sewing carpet rags and visiting. Host- esses were Hazel Smith, Alice Turner and Clara Logue. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH Ross Mahin, Pastor Delmar Roberson, Supt. Tunday School 10 Worship Service 11 W.Y. 7 p. ra. . M. W. B 7p.m. Bible Study 7 p. m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 o.m. Prayer MeetZng Wed 7:30 la.m. .oo oo. KMMJ 12:35. DALLY TttE OlmS'ffAN ~ ENCE MONI~ RedFace-Up II world news ii III I ili| The Christian Science Monitor One Norway St Boston, Mass. 0211 Please enter my subscription to the Monitor for the period checked be- low. I enclose $ ----- (U.S. Funds) F1 1 YEAR $24 1-1 6 months ~12 n a months ~6 Name . . - Street. State ZiP Code -.-. pM4 3-WAY GUARANTEE I Against failure due to mater{61 or workmanship defects. Super Active 48 Month Guarantee With the Super Active, you get a fast, sure start every time--for the next four years{ Full-size plates are silver- cobalt protected. ~-=o,~ No Money Down Gr. ! Plus Exchange SUPER ACTIVE VARCON 12 Volt Batter,/' Or 4S $18 s 15 MONTHS" GUARANTEE.! STANDARD VARCON , 6 Volt Battery Factory tested factory freshl A low, low price for 15 months Gr. 1 of guaranteed starting power, Plus EXdto even in sub-zero weather{ See what Varcon power can do for your car. i.=a=.~ NO MONEY DOWN STANDARD VARCON 12 Volt Battery Or. :|4s $1099 :Kg, Sunday Sohool 9:451 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Record? Worship Service 8:45 Church Service 11:00 a.m. We are enjoy.ling ]Young People 6:30 p.m. We have had somei FORMOSa COMMUNITY ]Evening Service 7:30 p.m. days but the mos '~ CHURCH IMid'week' Wed 7:30 p.m.[real warm and nic Paul Temple, Minister [Ladies Aid, Wednes- ]shorts and sle~ Carl A. West[n, S. S. Supt. I days 2:00 o m Seems like it ----- I -" " be so cold in Left to right: Mary Lempenau, president of Native Mrs. Frank W. Boyd, Kansas Mother of Year; Bales, president-elect and Dane Bales. Daughters; Mrs. Dane ,ii i:j ' ~i ~': ~ii~/'!~I ~ i ~i;'i) i 'i~, We are kept real ~ many things to do. :, Hope al~ are well in 'Sincerely, Mr. Lloyd Texan Mobile Park, : 2901 Hiway 83 WeSt,: McAtlen, Texas To the Record and Boyds: I am a R. N who the government, i 'have care of boys, no arms, and no mind. I have s en as four wheeled out .at. time in death. The beds weeks interneshi part of January duated January 28, I am so glad to see kato people even t Mrs. Warren McClure, the form{etti-Underwood Printing Calcu- have much time to er Dixie Howell, Montrose, gainsJlator at the NCK V-T School u Sincerely, business exper,!enee on ~ O[liv:] ~9~~*~ fill. It is an everlasting on. It seems. It but it does make me angry I take my vacation f6 see ill neglected at home. no reason for if. Gbdhds ~ love for this entire some people would Bibles as far as they mouths, they weuld find the nurses did not our training any most church members Bible, we would lose our m 24 hours. I will from work from the at a certain age but I on caring for the ill, ed them but we do as he did but car through love, encouragement. MY was Washington, D. Long Island, New Cleveland, Ohio. Working in New Will soon be Nellie Weir, R. N, Dear Friends: i . ~ ~: Would you please Record to 2331~ Bellevi!le, Kansas. ' : We moved this Terry is in school here. the people so neighborly that we~are~ at home already I am working in the Records Department, alL petal. I have just months course cords. I spent J we are retiring from the farm, we will offer for puhlic auction the : ing items, located at the farm 3 miles north, mile west of Jewel!, BEGINNING AT 12:00 NOON MACHINERY 1962 3010 Diesel John Deere Tractor 1964 J. D. Oneway, 12-ft flex[tiller 1959 C-20, IHC Field Cutter( like new) 1963 Dual loader with push-off hay fork and snow blade 1954 Chevrolet l,-ton Truck, with hoist, good rubber 1946 B IHC Tractor and Mounted Cultivator; (2) IHC 3-14 Plows; IHC 16-ft. Springtooth; IHC Mower, no. 27; 4-Section Drag" Harrow; 1953 John Deere Baler, 14 T, P. T. O. (good shape) John Deere hay trailer, 14-ft. with grain sides; 40-ft. Grain Elevator; 4-in. 12-f . auger; Hay loader, for loose hay; Road grader, on steel wheels; 2-row corn disk; A-C 5-ft. combine, new canvas, HAY 800 bales alfalfa hay in barn MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT Alhnond 180-amp. Electric Weld Laval Single-Unit Milker, dition; Allis-Chalmers Motor, SI)rayer, with pump, 200- point hitch, good; Cob Tank Electric Tank Heater; Tank Heater; 50-Bushel good condition; McCormick-: Sol)crater; Full line chicken e( Etetric Fencers, good TANKS 300-gal. gas tank on metal gal. underground butane gal. water tank; 4-ft. water water tank. BUILDINGS Barn, approximately 50'x50' corn crib, 30'x32'; Granary, Chicken house arid other ings; Silo, 16'x35' (All torn down o,r removed) MR. AND MRS. -- i J ~i( ( I i < %'~i : /!i?/~ i~ i Lunch by Ladies of EUB Church TERMS: Cash, Nothing Removed until settled for. AUCTIONEERS: Not responsible Clerk: Citizens State ~i~ i