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TY CLUBS, ;' (Items must be In by noon MondaY) CALENDAR Chapter CN, P.E.O. March 9- 0.hapter CN of the P.E.O, -Mrs. O.D. Sisterhood met for a salad luncheon at 1:00 P. M. Tues- - Mrs. Chet day, Feb. 28, at the home of Mrs. I. L. Lutz. The dining Club- Mrs. Lucy room table was laid with a printed linen Swedish cloth and - Dessert bridge centered with an arrangement p.m. - Buffalo Mrs. F. W. Jr. March 11 - Club - Mrs. V. 13- 7:30 P. M. ~ Roam March 14 - Auxiliary of wild flowers in a ceramic bobwhite. Mrs. George Kram- er came from Smith Center to attend the luncheon and chap- ter meeting and Mrs. Frank W. Boyd was a guest. Mrs. A. T. Kramer, vice-president, in the absence of the )resident. The next meeting be election and installa- tion of officers at the home of i Mrs. L. E. Nelson Mrs. L. E. Nel~,., March 14. ------.. HEART RESEARCH-- Cyn- conduct research at Fort Hays Trump It Club Entertained thia Jacobs, Hays junior, left, State College under grant-in- i, March 16- and Rata Frost, Esbon senior, aid from the Kansas Heart IAssn, Mrs. D. K. Balch entertained , March 16 - the members of the Trump It Hays --- Fort Hays State cobs, Hays junior, and Rit~ ;;o Club - Buffalo Bridge Club at her home Wed- College has received a $750 re- Frost, Esbon senior, are doing /Mrs. Lawrence nesday evening, March 1. Mrs, search grant from the Kansas research testing in electro- John Fuller and Mrs. Robert Heart Ass'n. phoresis of lipoproteins and Lovers Club - Mrs, Standerwick were guests. The The grant, the fourth in as cholesterol under the direction r Hanson high score prizes were won by many years, is supporting the of Dr. Harold ChoguiU, pro- i Club- Mrs. Thomas Mrs. J. R. White and Mrs, work of two student research lessor of chemistry and chair- ing Perry Kier. .Refreshments assistants, man of the division of,, physical Eve. Bridge Club - which carried out the St, Pat- The assistants, Cynthia Ja- science at FHS. and Mrs. Ed Walker rack's Day theme were served Neighbors by the hostess. The next meet- son we seldom hear a concert ~Sell-horn was 'in ;~Yee Club - Frances ing will be March 29 with Mrs. by a Tenor. From advance Beloit Saturday afternoon and E. B. Beam. notices this promises to be a visited her mother, Mrs. Lou- rare treat for Community ise Sellhorn, S Club Meets Marl Otto Club WadnaKIsy Concert Association members. Mrs. Waunda Donahue was Community Concert Associa- a Thursday afternoon caller.of lUsy "~ee Club met The Marl Octo Bridge Club tion members that are new for her mother, Mrs. Gertrude F, March 2, at the met Wednesday evening, Mar. the 1967-68 Season are entitled Fiero. She came again Sunday. Margaret Huntington. 1, at the home of Mrs. Buck to attend this concert by pre- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene La- es, Martha Severson Roberts, Mrs. Kenneth WIls- senting the receipt for the Rocque of Burr Oak called ra Switzer were guests max} was a guest. The prizes membership. Saturday afternoon on Mr. and |ted Margaret in sere- were won by Mrs, J. E. Moon, Mrs, Harry Wilbeck, elicious lunch, There Jr, and Mrs. Clarence Locals. I Mr. and Mrs. Dean Barrett, Roger and Scott of Jamestown n embers present, Refreshments were served by visited his mother, Mrs, Man- Meter brought the the hostess. The next meeting Barrett, Sunday. which was won by will be Thursday, March 16. Visiting hours: 10:00-ll:00 Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wiley of or. Election of offl. at the Buffalo Roam ith Mrs, A, M.', 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-8:00 Jewell called Saturday after- held with Gertrude Lawrence Roe entertaining, P.M. noon on his aunt, Mrs, Mattie president; Alta Chil- -------- Mrs. Helen Blggs of Labs- Metz. president; and Ma. MUNRO.BURGESS non and Mrs, Marie Morris Mr, Clarence Thronson came ter, secretary-trea- visited their mother, Mrs, Ole. Sunday and took his mother, t next meeting will Mr, and Mrs. Finlay Munro anna Thronson, Tuesday of- Mrs, Oleanna Thronson, for a luck dinner April 6 at wish to announce the marriage ternoon, nice automobile ride. ,of Mabel Carpenter, of their da.ghter, Kathleen A. Mr. and Mrs, Glen Louder Mr. Guy Folsom of Randall -------- Munro, to George E. Burgess, of Burr Oak c~lled Wednesday was a Sunday afternoon visitor vening son of the late Mr. Perry Bur- morning on his sister, Mrs. of his aunt, Mrs. Mattie Smith. lu gess and Mrs. Frances Bur- Harry Wilbeck, and Mr. Wil- Mrs. Mary Diamond and her gcss, of Esbon. K~nsas, The.~ beck. mother, Mrs. Emma Leonard, Thursday Evening will be-at home in Esbon. Mrs. Will Lagergren came called on Mrs. MaRie Metz Club met March 2 for to see Mrs. Mattie Mctz sever- and others in the Home Sun- !d dish dinner at the Mysil Circle Club al times last week. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn dTheay. Reverend Mr. Dean r, Mr. and Mrs, Ed The Mystic Circle Club met ~ ~ Rose conducted the March 6 received the high March 3 at the home of Lucy co ,c.n. me.as o,c,o Ntw church service here. Mrs. Rose next meeting will Wiley. 12 members answered rwl ,,,h sue tv.~o,, si,p.n,, was the pianist. ~" ere In v0ur are@. NO QUoIIfv . w,t roll a out __--- hosts. Easter or verses. We missed Dear friends at the Jewell Ella Colson and Bulah Heisz. #,,~r;~' wr,t, srvc~ i~m,sv~ County Record: LNG C0.~616~ E. MO, Suite 100, Minutes of the last meeting Do,,... z,xo, 75214, tet~hone We are a little late with this were read and approved. The check for another year of the Dick was honor-hostess gift from Grace Ben-~'~]~ ~I~J~0A~'I=- .~ ----- -- '_ ecord. Mother has been ser- e stork shower Satur- nett to Lucy was a beautiful iously ill but she is recovering ng, March 4. at the box of stationary. We played slowly now and our household m. The hostesses some guessing games and then Get the facts about a is returning to a more normal John Ross, Mrs. had delicious refreshments of Mrs. Duane coffee and cake. tax.de erred We are most pleased to note Refreshmentsand Mrs. Jon Men-were Marian LaRue, Reporter, etirement investment plan using katomanYis making.imprvements Man- at tables of 8 which Belolt Com~ - MASSACHUSETTS We enjoy the pictures in the red with stuffed ani. Concert March 12th [N~/FST{~RS ~ovnded Record, too. With pleasure we The guests at each Jon Crain, famous Tenor, a poem which was will present the fourth and GROVe/T|-[ in 1932often recognize a familiar face which helps to keep us related the honoree. The gift last number of the 1966-67 sea- STOCK FUN[:) decorated with a doll son of the Beloit "Community bath tub filled with Mrs. Gerald and Mrs. Clarence Burr Oak, mother of the honor her in opening lovely gifts. Concert Series on Sunday, 3:00 p.m., March 12th at the Beloit Municipal Auditorium. While Sopranos, Contraltos, and Baritones appear to be plentiful, famous Tenors are rare. Perhaps that is the rea- A mutual fund investing in common stocks of invest- ment quality selected for bet- ter than average growth pos- sibilities. A Prospectus and descriptive material may be obtained free bywriting: WALTER J CAMPBELL MANKATO, KANSAS 66956 Res. Phone FR 84452 MOt,,/ / IANY SI IVER5 THERE TO TIlE DECLARATIOIV OF IAIDEPEHDEIqCE Registered Rappesentatlve Columbian Securities Corp Topeka, Ksnxs 66601 checks you sign every day form an legal record of your financial Take advantage of this through to that happy part of our lives vhieh we spent there as a rowing up family. Greetings from all of us. Sincerely, Ethel C. Clark 2502 McLeay Drive India.nnpolis, Ind. 4620 Mrs. A. T, Kramer. Mrs. I, Lutz, Miss Helen Stafford, Mrs. Kenneth Ball. Mrs. A. T. Mrs. Keith Hal- stead, Mrs, Bradley Judy and F. W. Boyd, Jr. attended a meeting in Concordia Satur- to plan for the state P,E.O, which will be held May 2, 3, 4. A luncheon was held following the meeting at the Concordia Elks Club, You won't be delayed by a medical pre- scription a,t Wagner's. Promptnem k a feature of our careful compounding. mNlg rAiK Enjoy prompt prescription lervt st Wagner's. UP TO 81 MM0 L LEGISLATIVE NEWS By Ard, O,..do,f The tempo of the 1967 legis- lative session picked up this week as both branches started consideration ot many more bills on the floor and commit- tee action scuttled some of the so-called major proposals. The proposed Fair Housing bill was killed Wednesday by the Senate committee on State and Federal Affairs. On Tuesday, the House State Affairs Com- mlttee killed the bill to allow the sale of liquor by-the-drink in restaurants and hotels in cities of first class. Decisions on other major issues are about to be resolved and bills its will find it more difficult to get bond bmuee approved ff Cougar Tracks two bills recommended for passage this week by the The Senior play, "The Cal- House State Affairs Committee amity Kids", will be presented should clear beth branches on March 17. The play, a session. These bills would re- three-act comedy, has eleven quire school and. general obli- characters and is directed by gation bond issues be approved Mrs. Mary Frieda Barker. by 60 per cent of the persons l mha voting in an election. On Saturday, February 25, The Senate Assessment and Cindy Halstead and Nela Hunt- Taxation Committee on Tues-singer were guest DJ's over day recommended for passage KRFS, Superior radio station, a bill lowering from 12 months from two until three o'clock. ~o six months the age at which Under the sponsorship of Boo- livestock may be taxed, gaart's, they gave a program of student dedications and school information. Charles A. Rlcerd - Obltulry mhs Charles Arthur Ricord, son The 1967 Cougar staff is bus. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, March 9, 1~7 Page 3 . Section 1 , | , , , , ,=,, member of the advanced home economics class serves as a critic. Later in the spring they will serve complete dinners. mhs The Jewell High School band entertained the high school students and teachers with the first of two exchange prod'rams on March 2. They presented a varied selection of hand. dance band, and vocal numbers. Mr. Norman Walker is the ,qrPe- tar. The Mankato band will give a return program at a later date. carrying out those decisions of Thomas and Mary E. Ri- are being hammered into cord was born November 3, shape. 1~t~4, at Salem, Kansas, and In one of the major actions died February 20, 196 in the of the week. the Senate corn- Beloit Community hospital, at mittee on State and Federal the agq of 82 years, 3 months Affairs on Wednesday recom- and 17 days. mended for passage a bill He was a true Kansan, sharply increasing the interest spending most of his life in rate on inactive state funds, and near the vicinity of his The bill provides an effective birthplace. rate of about 3.3 per cent, Art, as he liked to be called, based on current U. S. Treas- enjoyed the fellowship of the ury bill xates. This was a com- men o! the Church, and he promise bill slightly loss than especially enjoyed playing that recommended by the Gee- i shuffle board with the group ernor but considerably more ion Saturday afternoon. He than that advocated by the was a member of the First bankers, Based on the latest iMethodist Church, Beioit, and available figures on the money She could be depended upon to market, the proposed rate J fill his place at the services as would raise approximately $5,- long as he was able, 328,(10, compared to the $1.- He is survived by his wife, 1920,00 earned under the exist- Hazel, of the home, one daugh- lng rate. If passed by both tar by a previous marriage, houses and given the Gover- Mrs. Glenn Renshaw, and a nor s approval, which appears con.in.law, Glenn Renshaw, [likely, the bill would go Into Aurora, Colo.; three brothers, effect June 1. D.P. Ricord, Kansas City, Senate sub-committees are Kans.; O. L. Ricord, Eaton, busy studying the recommen- Colo.: R. F. Ricord, Hender- dations for revision of the son, Colo.: three grenddaugh- school foundation financing tars, Glenda, Sherry and Pug- program and a bill is expected JT Renshaw, Aurora, Colo. to be introduced in the next Funeral services were held few dsys. Some observers here are optimistic that many bene- ficial change8 in the foundation plan will be incorporated In the new bill. However, the way things are going, anything can happen, The Roads and Highways Committee [ as completed bearing~f on HB 1247, the pro- posed turnpike bill, and some decision should come out of committee the first of next week. Something almost unheard of these 0ays here in the legisla- tive committee rooms occurred Tuesday when some 50 repre- sentatives from various coun- ties appeared before the House Parks and Memorials Commit- tee urging that the state park user fee not be abolished. They urged that such fees be retain- ed in the interest of having ;cod, clean parks in Kansas. In other action this week, he House killed a bill that vould have authorized local units of government to invest their idle funds in savings and loans associations. The House Republican ma- Jority in a party caucus Wed- nesday sealed the fate of a bill that would advance the date of primary elections by voting overwhemlingly to con- tinue primaries on the second Tuesday in August. The House GOP caucus also agreed to support the bill that would de- crease the amount of state withholding. The bill passed Generat Orders on Thursday and is now ready for third reading and final vote. It has already passed the Senate. House Bill 1066 which shor- tens the time lending institu- tions must wait between fore- closure of a mortgage and re- demption of urban real estate from 16 months to 6 months. This bill barely got through the House by a vote of 65 to 54, Just two votes above the required ma.|ority. School and governmental un-" u,umi II I I I I at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, Feb. ~3, 1967 at the Harrison Funsr. al Home. Rev. Bob Haines of- flclated. Organist was ,Mrs. R. C. Baker and soloist, Mrs. Helen Wesselowski singing "In the Garden" and' 'Beyond the Sub- set". Casket bearers were Howard Wehl, John Young, R. D. Chap- man, R. X. Belknap, Charles Vetter and Ubert Scholl. In- terment in Prairie Home Cem etery, Esbon. Out of town relatives attend ing were: Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Ricord, Kansas City, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Renshaw and family, Aurora, Colo. : Mr. and Mrs. Garry Newquist, Effingham. Kans.: Mrs. Ross Blide, Effingahm; Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Ricord, Mrs. Doro- thy Schwalm, of Eaton, Colo,.: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blade, Kansas City, Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. Del Rorabaugh, Lebanon. |arton Elected President Of K-N Angus Association Elected president of the K-N A~ngus Association at the group's recent annual meeting was Dale Barton, Oberlin, Kansas. The organization is made up of Angus cattlemen in North Central Kansas and South Central Nebraska. Kansans elected to serve on the board were Julian Deters, Cawker City, and Robert Korb, Jr., Burr Oak. NOTICE FROM THE OFICE OF THE COUNTY WEED SUPERVISOR The Jewell County Noxious Weed Office will be closed [rom Tuesday, March 14 to Friday, March 17. The Weed Supervisor and secretarv will be attending the Annual Weed Conference which is be4na held st the Ramada Inn in Topeka. n l ily preparing to meet their Al-c James D. Munro has first deadline on M~rch 9. Mr. arrived in Thailand. He'reports Switzer. of Concordia, took people are very friendly, tern- the remaining group pictures perature 95 degrees and hu- on February 22. Charles Lamb. midity 80. His address is A-Ic American Yearbook represent- ' 2 James D. Munro AF17670616, atlve, visited on February 8 lqn~ 1153 11th r~aw nm~ to assist witI~ composmon pro- APe San Francisco, Calff blems and to offer advice be- 96330 fore the completed pages are ...... sent to the printer. [l~---~ ~. mhs I~ ~ Mankato Schools recently en. ~ ~ Joyed one of the finest Lyceum programs as Mr. Bill Michael Ill ~'~C~'~).x,"~I['E~'~O presented an hour of folksing-]l intl. Mr. Michael's program ^~[~ II consisted of various folksongs, I1~ L~