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t~ Jewell Co. ][~q. March i: eague Bowling - Ranch Bowl f(Games Through Friday, March 11, 1966) WOMEN'S LEAGUES I MEN'S LEAGUES ,Co-Vee Ii A- as w 1 I I Jewells 60 44 ] State Exchange 67 45 MHer, s: 58 45]/~ I Jerrys Standard 64 48 Ranch Itands 58 46 [ V. F.W. 60 52 Sparklers 53 50 Lumberjacks 58 54 Pin Pushers 48 56 Seems',44 68 Lsbon State Bank 34 70 St. Theresa s 43 69 >-Ind. Highs, Three Games: Ind. Highs, Three Games: FaRh Stroup, 518; Eva Men- Melvin Blecha, 531; Glenn denhatl, 517; Norma Kieht, Grout, Jr 513; Lyle Right- 510. meier, 512. Ind. Highs, Single Game: Ind. Highs, Single Game: FaithStroup, 210; Eva Men- Melvin Blecha, 195; Art denhall, 199; Norma Kiehl,[ Berg, 188; Melvin Blecha, 182. j 187 /' Classical t Redstone ,- w l [ w 1 R-K Shopper 88 20 Ranch Bowl 681 Formoso Merch 571.~ 50 I Waugh Gas & Oil 641~ 47 ~ffgfl~nChev. 55i/2 521/2 IL & B Electric 57 54~) ~anch Bowl 53 55 Kramer's 521,~ 591~ ~well Co Record 42 66 Boogaart's 47 65 ~oogaart s 28 80 Swope s 46 66 ]rid Highs, Three Games: Ind. Highs, Three Games: ~lyla i]erg~511; Faith Stroup, Chester Hanson, 536; Dick ~/4; Orpha Fogo, 467. Callaway, 529; Gerald Ault, ~, Ind. Highs, Single Game: 5 8. ~etty Thompson, 189; Nyla Ind. Highs, Single Game: ~erg, 187; Vera Thompson, Lee Junker, 235; Kepneth t~81. Ball, 200; (tie) Chester Han- i -- son and Dick Callaway, 189. Tuesday Six . -- w 1 Astronaut reenhouse 72 40 w l ~Frontier Station 63 49 Knights of Col. 821/~ 29 ~. U. Co-op Elev. 581/~ 531~ B. O. Plumbing 54~ 571/2 Jewell-Mitchell 521~ 59 Newell's lmple. 53 59 ~tate, Exchange 471/~ 64]~ Hale Drug 52 60 :ferry s Standard 421~ 691~ B. O. Legion 47 65 :7 Ind. Highs, Three Games: Railriders 47 65 :~oyce Bradrick, 202; Marie Ind. Highs, Three Games: -Morris, 191; Faith Stroup, Max Ortman, 552; Bill Dil- 189. lon, 525; Tom Cavanaugh, ~. Ind. Highs, Single Game: 517. Joyce Bradrick, 534; Marie Ind. Highs, Single Game: Morris, 520; Faith Stroup, Bill Dillon, 215; Lee Garman, 509. 208; Carroll Collins, 198. Friday Nighters Midas w 1 w I Jewell Co. Co-op 75 33 Hodges Conned 75 37 -Wagner Drug 67 41 36-66 Service 63 49 Farm Bureau 65~ 42 R-K Shopper 59 53 Hills Const. 57Y2 501/~ Citizens St. Bank 51 601/~ ~ca Cola 31 77 Jewell Co. Co-op 51i/z 60 S~ Wash 28 80 I First Nat. Bank 36 76 lnd. Highs, Three Games: Ind. Highs, Three Games: Barbara Junker, 525; Cathy[ Don Uzdill, 609; Lyle Right- Kauer,6. 506; Wanda Louder, 553.meier' 559; Larry McKinnis, 46Ind. Highs, Single Game: Ind. Highs, Single Game: (~ie) Gladys Higbee and Bar- Lyle Rightmeier, 244; Don am Junker, 190; Cathy Uzdill, 222; Tom Cavanaugh, .~auer, 188; Wanda Louder, 212 176. ==== . Hercules weekend [ Oak. There wilt be a carpet rag Several of the menfolks sewing at the Legion Hall in from this area were guests Esbon next Friday to finish[of the Walker Grain Co. of up the work for this spring, lEsbon at a supper Wednes- if possible, and so there will day evening. be an all-day meeting next] Rolla Dietz helped Glenn Friday to do the extra work./Bartley a few days last week Mrs. Sarah Walker was[ cutting hedge posts with his with her daughter, Mrs. Lor-/ chain saw. Mrs. Dietz spent ena Pate, a couple of differ-I Thursday afternoon with me eat days the past week, as] and had the wedding pic- Lorena had a bout with the[ tures of M< and Mrs. Gene mumps or a gland infection,/ Dunn of Salem, Ore. Mrs. and Mrs. Walker washed and/ Dunn is the former Cheryl ironed for her. /Dietz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elma Morrow, Aud-/ Mi s Paul Dietz. rey and Arley, were Concor- Mr. and Mrs. Linden dia visitors last Friday forI Satanic were Thursday even- an eye check-up for all oi ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. them. They called at the Mr. Clarence Topliff at the Buf- and Mrs. O. S. Switzer home[ fain Roam Steak House in while there. I Mankato Mr. and Mrs. Newell Bos- The regular meeting of the sen of Haddam, Kans were lAthens P.T.A. was held on visiting Mr. and Mrs Clyde l March 9. It was decided not Bossen on Sunday afternoon, to have any more study Mr. Paul Heiman took groups as the six lessons Kathy and June Heiman and have been completed. The Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen Invitational Track Meet has with him to a wrestling been scheduled for April 7. match Friday night at Be!nit. New officers were elected: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bos- President, Oleta Spooner; sen, Mr. Lee Hooton and Mr. ,ice-President, Keith Van Paul Heiman were supper Wey; Secretary, Bernice guests in the home of Mr. Winkel; and Treasurer, Gen- and Mrs. Morris Hillman on eva Birdsell For the pro- Friday evening, helping Mor- gram Gary Douglas played ris celebrate his birthday, two accordion numbers, Mr and Mrs Arnold Men- "Cowboy Jack" and "Beau- denhall of Hays were at the tiful Brown Eyes". Warren Verl Mendenhall home over Inskeep showed slides and Sunday for a visit with the gave a talk on Thailand The home folks, next meeting will be April Mrs. Judy Hillman and 13. Meeting adjourned and Ranae and Mrs. Georgene refreshments were served. Bossen went to Jamestown and picked up Mrs. Phyllis Hake and went to Concordia last Wednesday for a com- bined shopping and sight- seeing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Mild Matou- sek were our callers Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Sarah Walker was a caller here and of Mrs. Lor- ena Pate this Monday morn- lag An Act of True Dedication Edwin Marr, Jewell Coun- ty Farm Bureau President, and Nelson Keeler, Board Member and Past President, are to be truly commended for their dedication and help in operating the Farm Bu- reau Spray Truck while the permanent operator, Closer Sipe, has been in the hos- pital and is now recuperat- ing at his home from a re- cent illness. Ed and Nelson both are Oleta Spooner, Pres. Several basketball fans of this area were interested in the Nebraska High School Tournament, Thursday, as Ord, Nebr coached by Bud Trubey, was playing. Bud is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Alcorn and great grandson of Mrs. Margaret McFarland. Mrs. V. E. Sample was taken to the Community Hospital last Thursday as she suffered a fall as she was getting into a car. X- rays showed no broken bones but she will remain in the hospital a few days. for care. Several of the men folks of this area attended the N. F. O. meeting at Burr Oak Friday evening. Mrs. John Ahlvers suffer- ed bruises and a sprained Dietz home. Mr. and Mrs. foot as the result of a fall Paul Van Wey and family of in her home last week. Colby were late afternoon Mr. and Mrs Lewis Gast- callers. ley and Charles have pur- In the Regional 4-H Club chased a farm in the Salem Day held at Beloit, Saturdaj, community formerly owned Lynn Spooner rece::vcd a by Mr. and Mrs. John White blue ribbon on his vocal solo JoAnn Schmidt was a and Charlotte Borger a blue weekend guest of Sherri on her dernonsh'ation. Dietz. Glen Kinchetoe has b~<'n a Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van part time helper of I (mt Wey were supper guests a Slaughter of Mop.i:ro~c w,ith week ago Tuesday of Mr his carpenter wink i~ t,~b' and Mrs. Kenneth Maag at area. The Leland"~k'.~ tlcy and the Terry Cafe in Glen El- Pid Jones hot-ses h.~.:e new der. The Terrys have recent- shinales i ly moved to a new locat'on there Ionia P.T.M. Lester Barnett of Leban Joma V.l'.~'vl. rnol Ior mew on was a ~unaay guest at r,/l md regular meetlnJ (in ~ i, ay me talenn baruey nome in '~ .- -: .evenlng, hvlarcn 1.p,~c(?l lng me afternoon we Called at e ~-~, e - ~ . ~ ~ ; vvao CClIIULI L/) O]~IL~I I;'~ ~. J L~I- the home of Mr and Mrs. . , aent aamce iI qmmgsen. olen IMncneloe "" - '" " ' <" 17/{ : till * ~ wnnutes ol the la ;t :e Mr and Mrs Rona uletz, ,=, ; ~ere read I)y ,beereLdl'V ooaIl ana ~nerl ana Joan bcnmlat ; : ,rmaen i'lnancIal ~;[~renJoN. were Saturday evening cart- " - "" i - '~ . was given ny Y.ltl ce as t =o ers ot Mr and lvlrs Lynn ~. -,I . . .- ' .-. . lreasurer, aeaA 'c, se, "vv&s uletz an~ Joys oI t~lay t~ent- ~hcant l-2l ,lit~,~ ,c ()F{ ;r,:~l q =*, " 19a6-67 are: i rcsid ,: i:. ,t:m- lelevlslon Steve DletZ came: . Ice Hennlnpsen v 1:' . :7 b- home with his grandparents - . - .""),' ,~ . oent Jean b( ,ae":: t - t"'-. ann stayeu unul bunaay . ' l'~eva shoemaker: :-,~ ~c::::- evening when ne returned s,r,~ Ice,an I;~)~-(~ r~,~, ~ ' c,t n home with his narent~ "- ~ ' I" - announced [ ]a[ .iowe.t coun- Mr. and Mrs. Bud. Zadina ty is sponsor in;; arl immuni- and family of Belo~t spent zation Prof, ram within the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. next few weel,::.;. The exact Roy Van Wey. date will be in the ,lewell Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dietz county pape.~s. For t!'e pro- and family of Clay Center gram, the. Grad,:' School spent Sunday at the Rolla Band, m:der th:: direction of Mrs Stetler, played, four] safety talk, numbers, marches, Broad-[Howland led us way", "Pacemaker" and "On I singing for music The Way", and a waltz,]tion. Dannie Dem "Sunday Afternoon"; clari- ] us some important net solo by Kathy Heiman,] we all need to rer accompanied by Mrs. Stet- ]his talk on par] ler; piano solos, "Skating procedure entitled, Rink",and "Indian War]Amend a Motion . Dance', by Becky Moyer;[ After the mee and a piano solo by Kathy]critic, Jim Gunter tleiman. The meeting ad- [ his opinion of our journed and refreshments of ling, which seemed warm doughnuts, coffee and[ quite favorable He kool-ade were served by the~ pecially pleased v refreshment coml'nittee, Mr. llarge attendance. and Mrs. Buford Tucker, Mr. [ notice one fault in ;~d Mrs. Glenn Bartley and]liamentary pr e en Stites. ]though. After static} --LoVona Bartley, Pub. II thought was corr [denounced my opini rormoso W ;ing Workers [ severely. Being a g~ 4-H March Meeting ]though, he allowed l chance for revenge ,~noua,r exclnng ep~soce[ lowing me to take m the lead between Jim] ture while stuffing Gunter and Dale Switzet:'/wich into his mouth .It, was enacted MondaY, I tak~ advantao~e a cn / at the rormoso[ situ^qon I w"uld vs. Ires was also the~ ~ -el Zene for the Formoso Will- vma:eea ean ?o; ing Worker's March meet-[Y ( ing. The meeting seemed to/l'oo~ 2 ~; "~ progress quite smoothly des-I w:":-- ','~-'- plte tne presence or our| Book at the 4-H F county agent, Jim Gunter, &/ the home extension agent'l Ye~jrale Switzer, Jr Mary Flentie ~ ,~, - " ~eporter To start out our program, I Jerry Johnson led us in a l ~ D~a ,~ ~ I IVIISS LlnUa ~x~ ~ song rohoweo by uanme~ "'" - If D ' ' " " l a position In wu empsey s prolect talK on] Store in Wichita, personal oevempment. Eric I ia~t wook vi, elson maae hls debut as a~ . parents, lvlr. and speaker in 4-H with h sl Reed. DFaL UADll ~I!~ w I busy farmers and are mak- 6Hg Dr Simon's 60 48 ing a real sacrifice by neg- WHEELED IIIUDIL lifo . Ute Theatre 57 55 leering their own work, bvt ON HER- ~ Speed Wash 55~ 56 they want to see that the HEEL ~6A$ l' Jensen's Texaco 54 57 sprayer is kept running so tk,k," ~-. WW|'I~rT~Vn ~[ Jewell,Co. Record 53 55 our n ne customers can ~e k ~ -~ Morris Garage 52 60 served. Anyone mat needs ~, ,Ind. Highs, Three Games: spraying please contact when you first Don Anderson 542; Cecil. these two men or the Farm J Ut,ll -at, ln Clark, 531; La'Verne Stans-I Bureau office and those'who the pnco listed here *'~11:'~ ~' bury, 525 [have been on the waiting list r- '~b : . ] 2['iRES i~~ ~4~I/ ~ Ind. Highs, Sin~zht. Game:[ please be patient as these ~--~---- t 6.50 x I3 Blackwall tubeless $15.20 $ 7.60 gO011YEkR cecil Clark, 236; '([ie :LeoltWo fine men are working $22.80 ALL-WEATHER TIR] /F:iiE Dreiling and LaVerne Stans-I hard to catch up 6.50 X 13 Whitewall tubeless WITH EXTRA-MILEAGE bury, 200 I Closer Sipe will probably - when her iv set went TUFSYN R1 ," "-" I be back on the lob in the dead. Headed for the phone 7.75 x 14 Blackwall tubeless 16.45 i * AND I next few weeks. and called Dick's T. V. and EXTRA-STRONG 3-T NYL! lll, .)JI * . I Radio We went to her home 7.75 X 14 Whitewalltubeless '19.10, 9 55 -8.g i- ;!T-," Limestone inajiffy, had her set going $.25x14 Blackwalltubeless $20.75 eSafety-testedfogl00milesatl00m.p.h. g CJ' l II A-= . in no time at all. When you --~:~~ ri~", Mrs. E. E. Ransom [,~.~" Id andneedRadlorepairs' call Dick's T.V. 8.25 X 14 Whitewall tube[ess $23.45 'l l'!2---L~35AT-o / .~-- ~.~ sureTh usandstraction finr ad'grippingany weatheredge' to give, West Branch Community I Mrs. Lovona Bartley " ?.75 X 15 Blackwall tube-type '12.20 $ " Sizes to fit practically e= ~ ~ in ~e~, d~ ~,~ n- ~, --tea Party was very well attend- I ~' ' "" "'" ~'" ev ' Clelia and Nyla Thomas ed Saturday evening and -[ 7.75 x 15 Whitewall tube-type '14.80 ' 7AO--[--$-22L2{i- " eryone had a good time.[are staying at the home of If.' more people would, i Sorry that some could not| thmr" grandparents, Mr. and [ ~[I ~ 7.75 x 15 alackwall tubeless '16.45 ] * 8.22 [ $2a'--61-- L lir!!t~ tn eve, ry day to put, be with us on account of[ Mrs. Albert Van Wey, for a ~11~'~-~" 7.75x 15 Whitewalltubeless *19.10 I * 9.55 [ $28.65 BeluxeAuto Fm Floor u )2to a test wed be even ]mumps and other reasons. 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