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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Mar. 30 1983 Page 4- Section 1 Local Spelling Contest Winners 1st Grade, left to right: 1st, Chad Sauvain; 2nd, Chad Brown; 3rd, Grant Lammo; 4th, Evelyn Peters; 5th, David Moerer. 3rd Grade, leR to right: Ist, Jeff Autrey; 2nd, Tim Ander- son; 3rd, Amie Roberts; 4th, 2nd Grade, left to right: Ist, Deborah Dillon; 2nd, Susan Gillett; 3rd, Marc Grout; 4th, ATTEND DISTRICT AUDITION Students sponsored by the Modern Minerva Club and Athena Club of Formoso attended the 6th District Auditions at Oakley Satur- day, Feb. 19. Those performing in the music auditions were Philip Menhusen, vocal, who re- ceived a certificate to compete in the Kansas Federation of Women's Club Fine Arts Fes- tival Mar. 11 and 12; Gregg Doud, piano solo, who also received a certificate to enter the state contest; Karla Ross, piano solo, who received hon- orable mention; and Shannon Murray, Natalie Doud, Sharon Grout, Penny Men- husen, and Amy Thompson, piano solos. Also attending the audi- t~ps were Susan (Mrs. Bob) ~per, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry G~out, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Menhusen, Mr. and Mrs. John Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson and Richard, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Doud, and Mrs. Jane Murray. Mrs. Boyd Silsby attended the District Art Contest. She received a blue ribbon for her entry in pastel, a blue for a pencil and pastel, and a red ribbon for her water color. The students sponsored, Gaff Boyles and Judy Huber, received ribbons, Gall, a blue for her acrylic painting, and Judy a white for her acrylic painting. All of the above will be entered in the State Fine Arts Festival at Lindsborg. Gaff is sponsored by the Minerva Club and Judy by the Athena Club of Formoso. Jessica Lange; 5th, Brant Zeigler. Ranch Bowl (League Standings as of Friday, Feb. 18) Splits: S. Partridge, 4-10, 2-7; D. Buster, 5-7; D. Ander- son, 2-5-7; T. Cavanaugh, 3-10; J. Garman, 5-7; D. Stroup, 2-7; C Westin, 2-7; J. Bell, 2-7; J. Diamond, 2-7; J. Mc- Cutcheon, 6-7-10; T. McCutch- con, 2-7; B. Sauvain, 3-10; M. Nickel, 2-8-7; J. Howard, 3-10; M. Oliver, 2-7; S. Shoemaker, 3-10; K. Joerg, 5-7; D/ Ost, 3-10; G. May, 3-10, 6-7; M. Hulbert, 5-6, 5-8-10; A. Ted- row, 7-8; K. Blake, 3-10; D. Sells, 3-10 {3 times); S. Shoe- maker, 2-7 (2 times); C. Weav- erling, 5-10; A. Reinert, 7-9; V. Conn, 3-10; M. Zimmer- man, 5-7; S..Marihugh, 5-7, 5-6q0. Mixed Couples League Team Standings: Royals, 56-32; Devils, 50-38; Alley Cats, 47-41; Busch Bunch, 43-45; High Rollers, 38-50; Go-Getters, 30-58. High Individuals: Al Sur- meier, 487; Bob Swank, 457; Kendall Chapman, 451; Faith Stroup, 547; Penny Kirchboff, 509; Chuck Snyder, 503; Al Surmeier, 190; Bob Swank, 174; Kendall Chapman, 173; Faith Stroup, 215; Chuck Sny- der, 183; Penny Kirchhoff, 179. Sunday Mix League Team Standings: Black 4th Grade, left to right: 1st, Jeremy Lippold; 2nd, Dorry Paterson; 3rd, Toni Dewey; Panthers, 64-8; Mustangs, 35-37; Go Getters, 28-44; War Eagles, 17-54. High Individuals: B. Laflen, 486; D. Rohla, 441; M. Free- man, 378; B. Laflen, 197; L. Johnson, 170; D. Rohla, 163. Redstone League Team Standings: Dubuque, 62-30; Pepsi Cola, 53-39; Kra- mer's, 52-40; State Exchange Bank, 43-49; Gambles, 33-59; Malcom's Flying Service, 32-60. High Individuals: Don An- derson, 212; Tom Cavanaugh, 210; Bill Sauvain, 207; Bill Sauvain, 570; Don Anderson, 552; Richard Oliver, 550. Astronaut League Team Standings: Esbon Grocery, 63-29; Burr Oak Plumbing, 55-37; First Na- tional Bank, 53%-38V2; 36-66, 49Vz-42V~; Ranch Bowl, 47-45. High Individuals: LaVon Ost, 516; Dave Fullerton. 515; Bill Taylor, 501; (tie) Fuller- ton and Garman, 200; Gary Cosand, 199; Chuck Callaway, 196. Coffee League Team Standings: Athena's, 62-30; Ranch Bowl, 53-35; Coca Cola, 46-46; Tom's ATTENTION- Brian Dorcey; 5th, Cyrus Thornton. 4th, Crystal Holdren; Casey Enyeart. 5th, Sweeties, 44-48; Pepsi, 40-52; I~ & H Aviation, 27-61. High Individuals: R. Grout, 522; A. Ost, 520; K. Joerg, 492; A. Ost, 195; R. Grout, 188; H. Howland, 182. Classical League Team Standings: Burr Oak Plumbing, 57-39; Jewell County Record, 51-45; Kinsey Fertilizer, 50-46; Frontier Care, 47-49; First Natio~a~ Bank, 46-50; Magill Trucking,'. 37-59. High Individuals: J. Arne- son, 214; M. Oliver, 202; S. Foster, 201; J. Arneson, 581; M. Oliver, 515; N. Berg, 510, Tuesday Six League Team Standings: Jewell County Hospital, 58V2-38Vz; Walker Grain, 57%-34Vz; Cosand Automotive, 42-46 (last week): Mankato Live- stock, 40-52; Burr Oak State Bank, 37-51 (last week); Burr Oak Welding, 36-56. High Individuals: (tie) N. Berg and D. Sells, 520; O. Spatz, 471; F. Stroup, 462; N. Berg, 207; D. Sells, 192; O. Spatz, 183. Early Birds League Team Standings: Magpies, 50% -41%; Cuckoos, 50-41; Peacocks, 46Vz-45%; Do-Do's, 45-47; Roadrunners, 44-48; Doves, 40-52. High Individuals: T. Shel- ton, 184; H. Howland, 181; H. Howland, 178: H. Howland, ,501; T. Shelton, 493; J. Wil- i/iii:i! i iiii!iiii!i!iiii ..... I 5th Grade, left to right: Ist, Christopher Holst; 2nd, Jerod Kinsey; 3rd, Shelly Hanson; 4th, Michelle Stafford; 5th, Kevin Robbins. y /:5 I ~ .... ::: ~" N ~ .... 6th Grade, left to right: 1st, Chad Benoit; 2nd, Peggy Col- son; 3rd, Angle Autrey; 4th, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dodd of Cando, N.D., will receive the Record for the coming year. Subordinated Capital Investment Cortiftcates $I00 lalmum NOW PAYING 13% HOG PRODUCERS: McKee Livestock SUPERIOR, NEBR. is now buying top quality Butcher Hogs - top weights 210 to 240 lbs. - plus all sizes Sows and Boars. For more information call: Days - 402-879-3660 Evenings - Scott MeKee, 402-879-3770 Jerry Harris, 402-879-3392 Don Wiilett, 402-879-4655 LETTER TO THE EDITOR In August of 1981 we had a grand gathering of the Tribe, 0 Dochartaigh, in Attica, Mich. It was the first Inter- national Reunion for this group. Members attending, for the most part, were not related and in fact, did not know each other prior to that reunion. Various spellings of the Irish surname were repre- sented. The most common were: Docherty, Dockerty, Dockrey, Doherty, Dorrity, Daugharty, Daugherty, Daughtrey, Daughtry and Dougherty. The spelling mat- ters not! All originally came from the same area in Ireland, Donegal, Derry and the In- nishowen Peninsula. We were privileged to have Paddy Doherty, of Derry, Ireland, as our guest speaker. Acting as the Emissary of Mayor Joseph Fegin, Paddy extended an invitation to our group to hold our 1985 Re- union in Derry and Donegal. In June of 1982 three of our Association members jour- neyed to Derry and Donegal to take part in the initial planning sessions with mem- bers of the Irish Committee for the 1985 Reunion. Plans are underway for the rebuild- ing of Fort 0 Doherty in Derry. Our President, Patrick F. Dougherty, helped lay the cornerstone while he was there. It is our sincere desire to contact all members of our ;onr 482,. ,, tribe, to ensure, , the, success, of Paymaster Seeds Earn Large EARLY ORDER DL%OUNTS up to 14% by March 8th. Also, we can handle your PIK acres problems. See me or call Collect if interested. MILO OR. Robert Carlson SOYBEANS ALFALFA Formoso, Kansas FORAGES SUNFLOWERS 794-2~01 H,APPY BIRTHDAY, JOAN AND CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR RETIREMENT! Eloise, Keith, Arden, Mike, Beverly, Ruth, Everett and Vivian, Bus and Marlene, Bryant and Carol, Harold and Twila, Bob and Helen, Frosty and Joan, Bill and Sharon. Tonia Simmonds; 5th, Sherry Grelinger (not pictured). this historic event 1985 will truly be the year of the 0 Do- chartaigh and we have the capability of taking part in the largest family gathering of the century. We ask your assistance in reaching fellow tribesmen and women in your area. The women who have given up their name in mar- riage, we are most eager to contact and know of no better way than through the news- papers. This past summer we have attended reunions in Burn- side, Atlanta and Brown City, Mich., as well as St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada, Barnesville, Ohio, and Downingtown, Pa. In 1983 another International Reunion will be held at Me- morial Park in Barnesville, Ohio, on Aug 13. We hope to meet many more Irish cousins at this gathering. We wel- come participation by all members of our noble tribe. Let us help you design your new or remodeled kitchen LOOMIS BUILDING & ELEC. CO., INC. tll N. Commercial Further information may be obtained from our Association headquarters. Thank you for your help in "getting the word out." Jeanne Dougherty-Kitchen, Secretary 0 Dochartaigh Family Research Ass'n. of North America P.O. Box 98 Attica, Mich. 48412 LETTER TO EDITOR I am trying to locate some of my relatives. If anyone who reads this letter knows any of these people, or their rela- tives, or their descendants, would you please help me out? You could either write to me or ask these people (or their relatives) to write to me. John and Delia White (both deceased) were my uncle and aunt. Their children were: Harold (Eddie) White; Lucille White (a man); Pearl (White) Wilson (former movie star); Maudie (married name un- known); Mary (married name unknown); Myrtle (White) Bailey (Mrs. Doss or Ross Bailey). Myrtle had children named Clifford and Irene. Please help! Here is my address if you think you know about these people. Sincerely, " Mrs. Opal I. Baker 2820 Wright Selma, Calif. 93662 LETTER FROM MARVIN WALKERS To our Jewell County Record friends, The post office is changing our address to 9501 Business 83, #681, Harlingen, Tax. 78550. The increase in population plus the winter visitors has added many new patrons for rural delivery here in our area. We have had a nice winter season. We have certainly enjoyed seeing so many friends from Mankato lately. And, of course, we look for- ward to our annual visit there in early summer. Sincerely, Marvin and Vera Walker Bob Nelson of Ripley, Miss., sent a check for renewal of the Record subscription. Mrs. Francis former Joan Clegg, nounced her the Bell Telephone fective May 1 ~ Joan began her ~an7~ Southwestern Bell in March 1947, worki~nr~ Norton and Topeka .be/ Mountai~ transferring to 19~J~ in Denver, Colo., in She was promoted ~l agement in 1972 as ~.~ Service Supervisor, a~d I~! " served as Testcenter F,~L.~ man, Control Foreman, .~r~y currently serving as ~r! manager-distribution .se~. on ices-installation and maint~.~t[ ance. - ~iati held, A reception will b ,I .~a her honor on Friday, Msr~/~ka, at the Sullivan Testcent~8~g] Aurora, Cole A memory b~ue is being prepared for .Ttau which will include piCt.~,J~ cards, and letters fro~: and co-workers, d ~8[ Joan and her husb~ ~][~a. side at 3100 S. Acoma, F~,P~ ~ta wood, Colo. She is '][*ee~ daughter of the late Chet s, Viola Clegg. ~i0n tot NOTICE ^,~k,~ Gene Lundgren, Repr'7,al~P" al Se~.~ of ative of the Soci Administration, will next v2~%n Mankato on Mar. 8. perS'l~u~ desiring informatiOV ~i~d~, requested to call at the a~ttion house basement betwee~th hours of 10:00 and 12:w' i: If you work in a job ~tMil you get cash tips, yoU~: know that those tips c~:: ~_n'~ for Social Security crOCi you have to do is Ii, ~. in report for your bo~:a month and pay your s"~'~l~m the Social Security :,l~rai You'll be earning vsl~e.hi, credit for benefits and P~ v tion for you and your !,,~...~s Call the Social SecUr~l~ le Record Classifieds Bring free number, 1-800A~ lytl Fast Results! ~----"-" ~c~e ' ~p T A NT: ~lt i I O0 EAST MAIN. BOX 363 ~'~a: [ o,.= ,,,-=.,.; .ore. In Addition To PORTRAITS and WEDDING5 We Specialize in Restoration and Copying of OLD PHOTOGRAPHS We have the largest selection of genuine wood frames in this area. Also custom make frames and will cut tnat~ of any size. KROB STUDIO of Photography MANKATO, KANS .... ~""~'~:~ _ ..~dld TI=" I;14S41 ~7-24M Belle~l~~*' .CIo~ ~'- t ) "i~ ~ ~: ' ': Dr. Burton D. t.ox, Sr. ' IIs Family Physician ,s return,ng to Downs, Kansas: He will open his praa e on Monday, Februaff 21. OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Dr. Cox will be at the Lutes office Monday afternoon a~ Thursday morning. Lutes Office - Phone 525-7788 Downs Office - Phone 454-3311 Home - Phone 454-6266 Osborne Hospital- 346-2121 ii: i: