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Thur~ n@, March 17, 1966 Sewell Co. Record, Mankato, Ks PAGE !B II I I I I III I I F: W. BOYD, JR,Editor afford to go and camp out - We saw many sections of include the Kansas Crippled] any more parent study class- I I II Mrs. Frank Boyd, Associate for three weeks, or even a the city that were unfamiliar Children Commission, the[ es this year. 1 9 Editor week, we did hear several to me.- Yet, many beautiful ~oepUbliCnCth:~ansMa:dsioCal] loTihe teacnheormaedeetnhe fo~[,-lll~l Illlllmm ~-bA "Any good tiling that I good programs. We heard l memories crowded into my y -] ' g . . . -<4 can do. or any kindness that William Jennings Bryan' mind. - We didn't go about lety tor .Crippled Children. ] plaque with the names oi all [ I [ ~ II I-!l . I can show to any human (Boy Orator of the Platte),i the campus.- We have visit- The clinic will be conduc-[ the charter P. T. Ai n~eambe~ns ] I |,~ ~[d~ Natlonai--&dverfitlng Repretentafiv. ] being, let me do it now and The Hawaiian Singers, andI ed the campus most every ted by two orthopedic surg-[ was made and w'l . g" : IL, ,~ ER C E NC not defer it for I shall not th~ Harvard Male Quartette year for more than sixty cons--Spencer (2. McCrae, lthe school ] I i iqll I1 KANSAS PRESS S V,I . . " ~ ] -ass this way a~,ain ' Those programs were on years, andlthas grownwith M.D. ot Sahna, and G. Ber-I On March 31, the schoolI I . ,31hi gVl JIICK$One /opeKa, r~an. ooouo v """ " ' ' ewe to a L " - - ] Second ClassPostage Paid either Saturday or Sunday the years. - Four happy nard Joyce, M.D. ot Topeka.I will go to J 11 y-] , - - at the PostOffice Man- Huge crowds attended on lyears spent there (In tact All examinations, advice and l ceum Program. ] Mankato ATI O N A L [D I~ R,I & i u, Kansas ' Sunday as many as ten [ seven years for I worked at diagnoses are tree, these be- [ On April 7, a track meet will ] l~l~ll) ~v ~ ~mlroi~v ~iI~rnAv FOR HOME [OLKS ment and speed back homelwith their grandmother an apnointme~'~t r, ivin~, the/er Laynard Shearer. " ~i~ I M.A.B. II at night. The crowds got/Mrs. Lawrence Brooks.- So]childs name ang date of[ ~ Ira.- i!~ I thinner and thinner, the As-[Dmk and Mary Beth took birth. Appointment noUces] !~!~;~ sociation couldn't make ex- / me to the bus station, where I will be sent to all whose let- / :~: ~;~.i~ ~ ii;i~i~::;~i~i In rummaging through milk, anu we drove to tne penses, so the chautauqua/I left on a bus foe Excelsior]ters and cards are receivedl(Fwst Pubhshea m 3eweu ~ some of the materials for my Park We found annul i ouuwas dro ed " M friend / Snrin~,s Me I am ,~ h, M~,-,-h "m "r'ha~o whn / County Recom ~nursaay : ~!'~g~;'~ book, I found a good story other campers. Lo,ts could be looking back wistfully, said: [sick, just ran off down herelcome to the clinic withoutlMarch 17, 1966) It ~i!i about the Lincoln Par~, purchased from tne Llncom"I loved the rain on the tent, [for a rest. - I was beginninglappointments will be exam- / NOTICE OF INTENT TO : ' !~ii)ii::ii:;~ Chautauqua, as told to me tPha:klA:SOCeatfiO2nd b:nm :l hearing the clump, clump,/to get tired and when itlined, if possible, but it may[ FILE APPLICATION FOIl by a friend. Lincoln Park is k bank or tucked awa* clump, of the horses, feet go-/takes, longer to get rested lbe necessary for them to| PERMISSION TO ISSUE ~;: "l:ogemert/z, v located On Highway 24 near Cree, Y lng across the bridge, out on I than it has to get tired, you]wait until the scheduled ex-] BONDS OF UNIFIED Cawker City, so our Jewell qnd:srgrera:ataoKa r t? e:reti i the road, the fresh smell of ]better stop and get rested.-laminations are completed. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. "*- county friends may be inter- ( ,g the morning as I went,for a I always come to the Oaks The services of this clinic 278, JEWELL COUNTY, [obtg~t;[OF a aream ago that the dates around August 1st to August 21st meant vacation, social life and good times in general to thousands of folks in that part of Kansas. That was the date that the Lincoln Park Chautauqua was held. It was the job of my four- teen year old son to hitch up old Nellie and Frank to the Park was lighted with elec- tricity, but not the individual qua. tents. A good well was lo- cared in the corner of the grounds and pumped by gas- oline engine through pipes to large tanks and fountains in South Park. Campers wanting water could bring buckets and get water from those running fountains of nice cool water. "This three week vacation was planned for the whole family. In the morning a craft school was held for the children. Ball games were arranged for the boys--they wagon and load up with a few pieces of furniture, for we would camp out at night. Seen and Heard Saturday Night Before Saturday Night As I told you last week, my typewriter along when I man of the Kansas Society of Unified School District drove my car. - But Phil, the for Crippled Children: Mrs. engineer at the hotel and all- 1 Elmer Swiercinsky, Belle- around helper, whom I have lville; Mrs. Lindell Owensby, known for years, manages to Concordia; Miss Irma Nixon, get anything I want. - When Jewell; Edwin J. Kongs, I asked Phil to find a type-[Marysville; Mrs. Jacob D. writer, in less than half an Fisher, Bennington; Mrs.E. hour, here he came with R. Sonnenberg, Smith Cent- table, chair and er; Mr. John O. Ross, Warn- 'and I am right at home. ego; Mr. Kenneth R. Chap- When I get this far from pell, Manhattan; or Mrs. Carl i home, and out of Kansas I D. Rosenkranz, Washington. 'do not see any Jewell Coun- If there is no chairman list- ty friends to tell you about, ed for your county, please get in touch with your pro- No. 278, Jewell County, State of Kansas, intends to J and will make and file its l application with the State School Fund Commissioners of the State of Kansas, to- gether with proof of t)ubli- cation of this Notice, for permission to hold an elec- tion for the voting and issu- ance of bonds in excess of 7% of the assessed valuation of tangible, taxable property within the District, for the purpose of providing funds County, State of Kansas, i/n the 15th day (if March, 1966, pursuant to K.S.A. 75-2315 et seq. Dated this 15Lh day of March, 1966. UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 278, JEWEIA. COUNI'Y, STATE OF KANSAS By Clyde C. Reed, President Billy G. Conner, Clerk Grace Louder, all others on the 9th day 1966, the by the Probate Jewell County, lx)inted and ministrator of the Geneva Grace Lo~ (:eased, late ty, Kansas. All parties said estate will and govern cordingly. All The furniture consisted of an was in Manhattan Saturday iron bed, springs and mat- night, March 5. Sunday tress, dresser and looking morning, March 6, while in bate judge in an amount not to exceed glass, a little rocking chair the Wareham Hotel, I enjoy- Crippled Children Clinic $950,000 to pay the costs of and two other chairs, an old matched games with other ed a good visit with Faye Athens PTA purchasing or improving a notified to exhibit - ' sh bowl towns A talent program was and CharleyGundy - Of A free diagnostic cVnic for carpet, gas stove, wa " site or sites and construc- (First Puhlisbed in Jewell mands against and pitcher given twice a day--one at course, we discussed his crippled children of Republic The Athens P. T. A. met ting, equipping, furnishing, County Record,March 17, estate within ni "Dad dug a pail of pota- 2:00 p.m. and one at 8:00 sister, Margaret Huntington, I county and surrounding ter- March 9. Melvin Douglas & repairing, remodeling and 1966) 5t from the date of toes and I went to the cellar] p.m. The talent consisted of and his niece, Neita Jones. ritory will be held at Belle- Charles Olson were in making additions to school IN THE PROBATE COURT[ lication of this not and got canned fruit a home music, drama, and the best - Soon after that my grand- ville on Wednesday, April 6, charge of the program. The houses and other necessary OF JEWELL COUNTY, i vided by law, and cured ham, a couple of doz- lectures that could be ob- children, Dick and Mary [ 1966. The clinic will begin officers for next year were buildings for high schoolI KANSAS t mands are not ~thus en ,~,~, a 2-1b tar of butter I tained" Beth Bovd, came to take me I at 8:30 a.m. in the basement elected: purposes within said Dist- ~ In the Matter of the Estate ed, they shall: he, th"e"l~t' t-we quarts of fresia While the Boyds could not for a ride about Manhattan. [ Of the Courthouse. SponsorsSpooner.President: Mrs. Oleta appliedrict' the foram untbeing f ineXCeSSthe[LOUDER,] of GENEVAdeceased GRACE II barred.s.R. LOUDER;I::) Vice President: Mrs. Keith amount of not to exceed{ CASE No. 4948 Administrator Van Wey. $483,100. I NOTICE OF APPOINT- MANFORD HOLLY Secretary: Mrs. Bernice This application will be IMENT OF ADMINISTRA-Attorney for A~trdi Winkel. ]made pursuant to a resolu-[ TOR ATTEST: Treas.: Mrs. Geneva Bird-Ition passed by the Board ofI Notice is hereby given to BYRON ROGERS sell. I Education of Unified School]the creditors, heirs, devisees Probate Judge It was decided not to have] District No. 278, Jewellland legatees of Geneva (SEAL) - Chew le SS 396. Impala Sport Sedan./ As we have quit farming and moved to town, We will hold a pulflic auction at the miles north, 2 miles east, mile north, and !,} mile east (on rock road) of Jewell sis, or 4 miles south, 2 miles east and mile north, and !/z mile east of Port of Highway 36-- t STARTING AT 12:30 P. M. Corvair Monza Sport Sedan. Chevy 1:I Nova SS Coupe. Just the car you want-~ Starting now-Double Dividend Days at your Chevrolet dealer'sl u=,o o,ouw ! NO. 1 BUYS " NO. 1 CARS Now at your CImvrolet dealer's Right now you'll get a mighty handsome buy at your Chevrolet dealer's during Double Dividend Days. Pick from 45 great models of Caprice, Chsevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy H or Corvair with a huge selection of colors, tom touches, engines, interiors Availability, variety and buys have never been better. Hurry in to your Chevrolet dealer's now! I Eight features now standard for your safety ! include seat belts front and rear. Always fasten I them before starling. - : - 2:2.-ne.?laceat"our Chevrolet dealer's-Chevrolet, ghevellee Ch6vy !1. Corral Corvette AllkiUdS or gooo uys all m o .p. :-: 15 5105 IMPLEMENTS & FARM MACHINERY 1951 Case tractor D; 1942 Case tractor SC (Tractor tires and a number of Implement tires have been replaced in past five years!; 1951 IHC combine, S. P. V. C 14-ft.; 1956 Case field cutter; 2 Case trailers, grain box & ensilage sides; 1958 New Holland blower, 14 distributor buckets, 35-ft. pil)e; Flatbed trailer; 1956 Case baler 140, twine tie; Case corn picker; Dempster lister. Set 12-inch sweeps; 3-14 Case plow; 4-ft. tumblebug; IHC 12-ft. disc; Case tandem disc; Case mo- wer; Case side-delivery rake; M & M drill, 16-8; new disc; Champion post-hole digger; Drag bin.row, 4 6-ft. sections; Kewanee elevator, 32-ft. ; Snoco auger, 20-ft. ; Briggs & Stratton motor, 3 H. P.; Trailer sI)rayer, mounted, 22-ft. boom; Portable sprayer and 2 galvanized barrels; Mounted cultivator, fit either cultivator; Fertilizer attachment, fit on cultivator; Letz feed burrs; Walsh 750-bu. steel and wire silo; J