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J i PAGE 6A Jewell Co. Record, Mankato, I~. = ]~ MJg8. LLOtrD GARDNFJE .~ Z~la Slaughter spent Tuesday ~afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. t~rank Dempsey. ;~. Mr and Mrs. Ray White and their d tt;3hter, Mrs. Miller, of ~uthrie Center, Iowa were Thursday overnight guests of ~thyl Dempsey. They were Imroute to their home, from and evening visitors of Mr. and and Mrs. Blaine Blair and chil- Mrs. Fred Haegert. dren of Superior and Mrs. Jewell Zella Slaughter attended the Murray and children were Satur- Flower Lovers Club meeting at day callers at the Bill Fullerton teh home of Mrs. Orville Slaugh- home. te rThursday in Mankato. Mrs. Ronnie Brown and chil- Rev. Harold Palmer & daugh- dren and Miss Debbie Brown of ter, Thelma, of Chippewa Falls, Salina, were Sunday dinner Wisconsin and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd win Elyea, Belleville called Falk. Mrs. Falk returned home Thursday on Ethyl Dempsey and with Mrs. Brown and will spend Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Murray. the week there Janis Dempsey of Herndon, Sunday visitors of Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner and Gary were Friday dinner guests of Mrs. Jennie Briggs. Zella Slaughter called on Mrs. BY MRS. VACHF.L CRAWFORD Ethel Dunstan, Friday afternoon. ~:--'--'- Mrs. Lulu Jacobs and Grace ~aer aria Cole were shopping Friday ini Mrs. Lois Diamond were callers Superior. i of Mr. and Mrs. Irl Snyder, Mrs. Quincy Sills spent Friday Saturday afternoon. with the Jack Sills family in Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Payne, Manhattan Julia Ann and Rodney were Mrs. Lloyd Gardner and Mrs. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and C. R. Briggs called on Mrs. A. R. Mrs. A. C. Payne. returned home with him. =interesting. Betty Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dunstan demonstration on and family spent Friday evening a manicure. Music with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Erickson was given by Wilton in Scandia. Health by Nola Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robbins and Conservation by were shopping in Superior ler. Dorothy Thomas Friday afternoon, program, which was Mr. and Mrs. Max Berry and solo. Sam led us in boys entertained the following rhe meeting was to st:pper on Friday in honor oI Nola Bess Atwood the birthday of her mother, Mrs. cious refreshments. V~ chel Crawford: Mr. and Mrs. ---Rick Boller, ~,olorado where they had spent ~everal weeks with relatives. Mr~ and Mrs. Raymond Ferron, spent the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Marr Demp:;ey, Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey. Vern Dempsey, Janis, Wayne & Mrs. Harold Welton and Steve Miss Joan Whipple. Mr. and Mrs. weekend with her Dempsey were: Mr. and IVlrs. Jacobson, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Falk spent Concordia were Friday afternoon Forrest Dempsey and family and .Mrs. Dennis Murray ~nd Brian. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bangs spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Bill Cool and family in Manhataan Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vale and 1965 BA 4 dr. V-8, AT, one local owner. the weekend with relatives at Colby, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Harry White of Jewell called on Mr and Mrs. A. R. Jacobson, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Briggs and l Mrs. Jennie Briggs spent Satur-: family moved to Mankato this day evening with Mr. and Mrs. week. Gary Gardner and Brian at Es- Mabel Osborne. Courtland was l bon. a weekend guest of Ethyl Demp-I Mr. and Mrs. Marr Dempsey sey. land Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Demp- Zella Slaughter called on Mrs. sey and family vcere Sunday din- Jennie Briggs Sunday morning, ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jacobson Dempsey. Mr. and Mrs. Max Berry, Gor- don, Wade, Joel and Ronnie Aspegren were Sunday after- noon and Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Craw- ford. Mr. Howard Patrick did some papering for Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field, Jr. recently. Mrs. Leo Sheahan "and Mrs. Vachel Crawford were guests of Mrs. Irl Snyder as she entertain- ed the Tuesday Ten club in her home on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ad, ams and family of Simpson called o~ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ir! Snyder Sund@ afternoon. 1965 CHEV. -- IMPALA 4-dr. SEDAN V-8, one Owner. 8867 actual miles 1965 PONTIAC Catlaina 4-door Sedan; PS, PB, Air and All, Like new. 1965 CHEVELLE SUPER SPORT COUPE R. H. P-Steering, 4 Spd. trans 300 hp, one owner 1965 OLDS Jetstar 88, Holiday Sedan; Fully equip- ped; factory air; sharp; factory warranty 1964 IMPALA 3-Seat Wagon; P. S. P.B.; Air! white - aqua interior. i964 PONTIAC LeMans Coupe; R. H. AT, One owner sharp. 1964 Dynamic OLDS Holiday 4-door; air and all; 1 owner; local car. 1964 CHEV. IMPALA 4 dr. SEDAN R. H AT, PS, Air Cond.; one owner; Priced to sell fast 1964 OLDS JETSTAR 88, 4 Dr. HARDTOP called on Mr. and Mrs. Bert! Saint, at Jewell and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Payne, Formoso Sunday af- ternoon. Kent Slaughter was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mls. Jess Crum and boys. Thursday, February 17, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Briggs of Williams, Calif called Monday evening on Mollie Jones. Lew Edgar of Webber was a dinner guest Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dempsey. Community C!mb met Thurs- day afternoon with Maye Balch. Fourteen members were present. Agnes Balch presented the pro- gram. The next meeting will be Feb. 24 with Jennie Briggs as hostess. Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Jessup of Lebanon were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Florence Holdren, Morgie Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holdren, Robert Folsom, Miss Mata Hodgins and friend of Belleville were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Holdren and girls. The dinner was in honor of Mrs. Florence Holdren's 80th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nease and family of Concordia were Sun- day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Holdren and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fullerton and family of Superior spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Murray and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Right- meier visited SL:nday with Mr. arid Mrs. Paul Hancock and fam- ily at Plainville and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rightmeier at Wal- do. Mr. and Mrs C.R. Briggs left early Monday morning for their their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gei.ger at Chahute. Mr. & Mrs. Joe Kingsley, Mr. !and Mrs. Harold Morris were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. h'l Snyder. Mr. ar, d Mrs. lrl Snyder drove 'to Be!G~i on Thursday afternoon I to the Beloit Community Hos- !pital to make the acquaintance of their new grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Adams of Sc~:tsville are the parents. Lc car Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith and Mr. Vachel Basketball Homecoming Crawl'ord. Held At Jewell High Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McMillan returned home last Sunday from Miss Carol Boden their California trip They are ed as the 1966 now spending a few days with coming Queen for High School. Jim Nulty I called on Mrs. Jessie Jenn- ings, Mrs.Mary Hughes, and Mrs. Ora Frye at the Good Samaritan Home in Superior C:!:z:;a 4-H Thursday afternoon. ] We are sure having a taste ofI The regular monthly meeting winter weather the last two or I of the Odessa 4-H Club was held three days. 'Nov. 1 at the Westbranch scho.ol Thursday, February 17, 1966 house. The meeting was called Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dunstan to order by Edward, President, and children called on Eugene's and the minutes recorded by Grandma, Mrs. Edith Clark, at Terry, Secretary. Roll call was Burr Oak, Sunday afternoon, answered by giving your favor- Fully equipped, plus Factory Air, 1 owner. Sharp 1964 OLDS 88, 2 dr. HARDTOP Full Power and Factory air, extra nice 1964 CHEV. B.A. 4-door, V8, AT, air, P. S like new. 1964 PONTIAC CATALINA 4-dr. HARDTOP; full power and factory air; Vinyl Roof Cover; Extra Sharp; priced right. 1963 OLDS Wagon. Air and all. Sharp. IMPALA 4-door Sedan; AT; PS; V-8; 1 owner, local. OVER 20 EXCELLENT OLDER MODEL USED CARS AII thoroughly reconditioned and road-worthy for thousands of trouble-free miles James Fullerton. home at William,s Calif, after a Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bottorf] two weeks visit here with rela- and Mrs. Bob Burks of Jewell,[fives and friends. Mrs. Art Kissinger of Superior, We received 2.26 inches of~ Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Briggs and rain here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field, Jr. were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Howard Field, St and his uncle, Mr. Charley Hout. The Double Six Club of For- moso met with Mrs. Vachel Crawford on Frid:w afternoon with nine members and one guest, Mrs. Irl Snyder present. Mrs. Vachel Crawford received a birthd::y gift from her Mystery ire movie. New business was: plans for the 4-H Banquet and: Christmas program io December. i We drew names for a gift ex- change and everyone will bring [treats. Terry gave a summary of the last Council meeting. Sam i reported on weighing calves. Nola Bess stated Officers Train- ing will be Dec. 4. Three parents were elected for our Adult Ad- visory Committee. They are: Sister Mr. Ralph Spiegel made a business trip to Topeka, the past week. H~s mother, Mrs. Ruth Spiegel, who has been visiting, R A Faye Boller, Esther Whelchel and Betty Voboril. The meeting was turned over to the parents who presented the program. Pro- ject talk by Ruth Obert was very[ A as King. The Queen's Miss Marilyn ~FIiss Diane Wilson, Kadel was 1st usher Seamans was 2nd Janis Bass served as Crown bearer and were Miss Kim Master Tom Crumrine. The crowning was tween games on when Simpson played Dear Boyds: Enclcsed is my check! the "Reco.'d" coming. Would like to read Betty's work and Europe. Will you be coming ka to see one of its games? They seem to nice team. We are all busy Respectfully, Mabel Beardmore, 618 N. 7th, Beatrice, Nebr, Candidate For County rreasurer I will be a Jewell County subject to the vote of lican voters at the Primary. Your v,nte and will be appreciated. -- Edith Hoffer. IOWA FAI,L ~ 1962 MERCURY Meteor 4-dr. sedan; fully equip- pad; with air eond. 1962 CHEV. 6-pass. Station Wagon; R. H Std. Trans 6-cyl. 1962 OLDS 88 4-dr. sedan, R. H AT, PS & B 1962 CHEV. 4-dr. Sed. R. H Std. Trans. 6-eyl. i ] ][PONTIAC STAR CHIEF, 4-dr. hardtop, fully with power and air. Sharp i CHEV. CORVAIR 700 Coupe, St. Trans. sharp. I I L~INVILLr triAl/HAT Impala; 4-dr. HT, V8; Std. trans. Sharp. : 1959 BUICK LeSABRE, 4-dr. hardtop, fully i l i:eq tipped; extra sharp lie PHERSON 1959 CHEV. Impala 4-dr. H. T.; loaded. K N 1959 CHEV. Impala 4-dr. Sedan; extra sharp. 1959 CHEV. Biscayne, 4-dr. sedan. 1958 CHEV. Nomad Station Wagon, V-8, AT, full power and extra nice. MERCURY 4-dr. sedan loaded. How the proposed Union Pacific-Rock Island merger would eliminate a transcontinental rail route. Using what it calls "the best portions" of the Rock Island ( = ) and present UP Kansas City- Denver line and abandoning 265 miles of present trackage (circled), Union Pacific would leave one railroad where now there are two. The Rock Island's present vital transcontinental route would disappear, withering the now busy route between Colby and Belleville, Kans PONTIAC 4-dr. sedan, extra nice. 1958 OLDS 4-dr. sedan, extra nice. I957 CHEVROLET 210 4 dr extra clean. 1957 OLDS 88, l-dr. Sedan. Extra Nice. 1953 CADILLAC, 4-dr. Sedan; loaded. A M I 2 RAIL LINES CRITICAL [annually in revenues from rail- 1964 CHEV. T; 4 sp.; wide box; well equipped; Rock Island-ZtMerger Plans ]roads with which Union Pacific 4 sp. and heater; rear bumper; etc. Demo. [ and Rock Island are at present 1964 CHEVROLET LWB ton FLEETSIDE, R. By Willard Haselbush ]interchanging freight,' said Denver Post Business Editor [ Heineman. "It would cause eco- i : H, 4-Speed, overloads, etc. Sunday, Feb. 13, 1966 [nomic ha~'dship in many areas & 1963 LWB Fleetside. Sharp. . The Denver Post [seriously damage or impoverish ------- I several lines while further GMC LWB ton Step Side, 4 speed, Strong new attacks were enriching the already-rich Heater; H. D. wheels and tires; launched Saturday by two major Union Pacific." CHEVROLET 2-ton Truck, railroads opposing the proposed He added in a formal state- box, hoist, 2 spd. axle, ready to roll merger of the Union Pacific and ment that the UP merger pro-! Rock Island Railroads on which posal "would result in economic 1955 DODGE 2 Ton, 2 Speed . hearings will begin March 7 in wreckage through most of CHEVROLET 1 ton. It. H. 4-spd overloads, Chicago. America's lteartland from the box & hoist In Denver, officials of the Great Lakes to }he Gulf of Mex- Denver & Rio Grande Western ico." IHC Step Van, Heater, St. Trans. Runs good ,Railroad said in a prepared 'Detailed Maps ~harp. statement that "the carefully The Rio Grande said full ex- CHEV. 2-ton, Box and hoist plotted course ef Union Pacific tent of the UniOn ' Pacific "plot ,merger . . . spells decline and for destruction" was revealed in CHEV ton. Near new box and hoist, deterioration fgr railroad trans- printed tsetimony and detailed ::: GMAC FINANCING --- Motors Insurance :: ' CONVENIENT TERMS TO SUIT YOU Cawk City, ] Dial 781 - 4311, er branching to Omaha-Council Bluffs, Kansas City and St. Joseph on the Missouri River. UP's present Denver-Kansas City line west of Oakley, Kans would become a stub branch as far as Cheyenne Wells, Colo and vanish between Cheyenne Wells and Limon, Colo. UP would continue to concentrate transcontinental shipments on its main line to the north, across Nebraska and Wyoming. Map adapted from official UP exhibit. " I with ICC is proof that UmonlColo and Hugo, county seat of communities on the Pacific's portrayal to Kansans,]Lincoln County, witlaout the between Omaha & Coloradans, Nebraskans andI railroad upon which their eco- there's talk of a rail others, of improved, service eco- ]nom. y is based. ." " to serve what now is nomm benefits, and 'blending"[ Said the Rio Grande: "Even continental line," of routes and help for shippers is after the abandonments & melt- Grande said. in reality a blueprint for des- ing of the two rail lines into one, The Union Pacif truction of rail lines,vital today the remaining route will be by- since it applied for and for the future, the Rio passed by transcontinental UP to merge the Rock Ish Grande statement said. traffic, most of which will de- network of rails has The Rio Grande said the aim tour Kansas and Colorado."such a move "is a of the Union Pacific is to "oblit- It said that UP's merger map cessity under erate competition and leave shows clearly that all traffic dKions" and that it shippers subject to its domina-[generated eagt 'of St. Louis and new and major freight tion and rule over rates, routing [ Kansas City will be diverted to to the East to keep ] and schedules " - h r [ t e no thwest at Topeka, Kan growth of the West. It Specifically, the Rio Grande [ the the Union Pacific mainline competition from tru made these points based on which runs through Wyoming to airlines, as well as Bailey's submitted testimony: --- the West Coast. railroads, will make The Union Pacitic plans to aban- The Rio Grande also charged Pacific incapable of don its interchange with the Rio that the UP merger map shows itself as a major Grande now handled in the mod- that the UP plans to convert the railroad unless it is ab] portation in the growing West & maps flied by UP with the Inter- tern, automated North Yard of Rock Island line from O!naha major gateways directb Would involve abandonment and state Commerce Commission the Rio Grande at W. 48th Ave. into Denver & Colorado Springs loss of time caused by consolidations" and would crip- during the past week. The and the Valley Highway -- an --- the line the Rio Grande is de- delays." ple or destroy all other trans- printed testimony will be offer- abandonment wt~ich would cost manding it be allowed to pur- The Rio Grande continental rail routes, ed in evidence on March 7 by the Rio Grande at least'S7.5 mil- Chase and operate if the merger Loaded Gun Edd H. Bailey, "UnionPacific lion a year in interchange re- is approved -- into a mere the UP has shown no va~ In Chicago, Ben W. Heineman, president, venues, branch line ending at Colorado or use for the Rock chairman of the Chicago and Rio Grande's management ---The Union Pacific plans to Springs. adds: "Nor could it, North Western Railway Co said its study of Bailey'stes- the historic Kin- It also charges" that the Union trackage could said, "We are convinced that a that the sis pacific between Pacific ,would remove the Rock ant functlon : Pacific-Rock Island mer- Kin, i be a loaded gun aimed