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p t i l i RECORD March 23, 1967 T - Section 1 *, Hlrry Sutllff COM M ISSION ERS' PROCEEDINGS FESRUAR'Y',..'Jm' The Board of County Corn.~ missioners, Jewell County, Kansas met in regular session with the following present: and Mrs. Lynn Alvin C. Fall, Jr., Hastings, Clerk. Gexald. Boyles ON MOTION THE Mr. and Mrs. Del- FOLLOWING CLAIMS and family, Mr. WERE ALLOWED: ~les and faro- GENERAL and Susan dinner guests at Salaries & Wages Coffee Ship in Su- Emma Kibbe and spent the Alvin C. Fall, Jr. the home of their Robert H. Meyer and Mrs. Claude Byron Rogers Don to Hastings ~arol Ross he took the Carl A. Westin Ohiowhere Paye Anderson three new buses. Charles R. Murray them back to Eva Myers Edith Heifer of Santa An- Neal C. Harris, Chairman: in and stopped Ray Dietz, Member; V. E, Parents, Mr. and Tullar, Member: Robert H. Boyes and other Meyer, County Attorney; and County enjoyed [-Ielen McCammon from her nieces, Eva Rogers ikJ ns in California Velma Cline di t Crew in Port- Esther Dauber on her birthday, Aaron Murray ny more happy Nina McClure received many Lucile Clark Ardeth Wilson Earl Rinard LaVeta Winslow Mr. Hassman, Maxine Fall guests of Mrs. Ray Dietz and Madeline Neal C. Harris evening. V.E. Tullar Edwin L. Walker a visit with my Mrs. Olive (Elli- ~oldie Thorpe at Pratt from Fri- ~arl Dennis Murray I accom- Patricia A. Hunter and Mrs. Edgar Clara Hancock were visiting ~arl Montgomery and families C. L. Black and Medicine Mrs. Arthur Allen Me. were calling 01d neighbors last Sirs. Everett Ter- visiting in the home of their Vernon and 333.33 430.00 341.66 466.66 803.33 418.84 375.00 383.33 242.00 242.0(i 231.0G 242.0( 231.00 178.0C 270.00 128.00 195,00 220.00 170,00 159.04 179.25 179.25 179.25 700.0C 210.00 21.25 87.58 31.25 118.8e 295.75 7538.49 Less Withholding 576.60 Less State Withhold. 85.50 Less Soc. Sec. 329.74 Less Retirement 161.44 Less School Retire. 25.99 Less B. C. - B.S. 134.52 and Mrs. Win. St. SCh. Ret. Board the anniversary Ks. B. C. - B. S. 8224.70 They cele- Administration 49th wedding an- Dir. of Intern. Rev. 576.6( the evening by State Dept. of Rev. 85.50 with a group of State Contribution 329.74 then went to the Ks. Pub. Emp. Ret.161.4~ 25.99 134.5~ and Minnie Sut- 1313.79 Smith Center on Commissioners' Mileage I was a & Expense Korb at Ml- Ray Dietz 11.55 We had a Neat C. Harris 31.86 Paul Qulring V. E. Tullar 21.30 Center. Curtis Terrill 64.71 were dinner Office Supplies & Equipment Sutliff home Sun- Central Typewriter Co., on their par- Inc. 85.7~ Mrs. Glenn Dew- Sam'l Dodsworth 19,5( in the after- Sam'l Dodsworth 66.82 of Rossville The George D. Barnard afternoon to visitCo, 186.28 The Lockwood Co., Inc. 91.43 Bob Terrill Central Typewriter Co., Saturday to see Inc. 102.17 Mrs. Ethel Ter- R. L. Polk & Co. 12.00 Eva Wilson, at Dsborne Cotmty :Farmer 5.57 Aunt Ethel is Burrough's Corporation 57.55 writing. The Consolidated-Sallna 34.28 on their aunt, ?he George D, Barnard l'Iaworth, Sunday Co. Bob Terrill The Lockwood Co., Inc. in Jewell at the S C M Corporation this week. Lowell Me- family spent the I'Iaviland visiting relatives and at- Quartette Festival Ernest Korb and Mrs. Kor- on Mrs. Lottia afternoon. Grover Mizner afternoon at the home in Jewell ~lSter, Mrs. Ethel Communicationj Service CO. 15.74 30.90 195.00 38.00 869.92 Telephone, Utilities & Postage Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 238.79 City of Mankaie 138.64 The Gas Company 317.84 Emma Kibbe S.00 Carl A. Westin 10.00 rs. Gerald Boyles, Gayla, Douglas and Mrs. Terry ~lanhattan were of Mr. and Mrs. in Salina Sun. Coyote Bounty Tim Kuhn ~Irs., Foley and David Demaray Yla Boyles visit Ed Frink Gar. John Frost Gayla returnee E. V. Parmenter Parents~Sunday" Meryl schpen Gerald Boyles A. L. Tyler -~ Farm Bureau B. M. Foutz and dinner at Joe Tyler Care in Mankat~ Chadron E. Wood 708.27 Assessment SuppUes National Markets Reports, Inc. 39.26 The George D. Barnard : Co. 725.99 A. Don McLean Dorse Childers '?HANKS Lawrence Gentleman ~-- Helen Shamburg "Thanks" to 785.19 2.00 14.00 42.00 2.0( 4.00 2.00 14.00 12.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 32.00 for t~eir .many 134.00 and gifts while ]~ Miscellaneous tospi al and sincd Carl A. Westin 5.40 horn i. To all whd Robert H. Meyer 68.90 in any way, es~ Alvin C. Fall, Jr. 109.59 s :heel for takinl~ Standard Oil Co. 6.17 making of th(~ Inc, 114.64 ins. God Waugh Oil & Gas Co., ~,~ of youMItYrfo y~ou~ Sinclair Refining Co. 30.91 ~, ~ Larry McKinnis 21.00 "%. ~_Alsobrooks.CharlesBetty K.R.MurraYMurray ~i~ r and family of Aaron Murray " 10.55 Kans. arrived Continental Oil Co, 22.01 ing Mrs., F. R. Charles R. Murray 148.68 a week s visit Manksto Lumber Co. |.00 doctor and his Kramer Furniture Store 8.78 ichita to attend Kelso Chemic1 Co, ~,15 Seminar+. on L. & B. Electric Y/.78 +hildren, Chris. Dr. C. W. Flowman U.00 remained here Raise7 Exterminators S,00 . dereoa 10.00 Joe Rohla 50.0(~~ Eva Rogers 4.90, Finlay Munro 9.50 Beverly E. Gavin 10.00 Clerk of District Court 300.00 Secretary Treasurer Kan- sas District Clerk's National Sherlff's Ass'n Carol Ross 2.00 Lloyd W. Corcoran "16~00 3ohn R. Butch 4.0B 1106.01 County Matching Social Security State Contribution 1016.38 County Matching Retirement Ks. Pub. Emp. Ret. 798.67 ROAD Salaries & Wages Gordon Alcorn 442.50 Robert Badger, Jr. 440.00 Lester Bausch 440.55 Leo Birdsell 455.40 Win. Marshall Bishop 431.25 Wayne Broeckelman 384.45 Wm. E. Butts 473.51 John H. Caylor 282.80 Dean L. Cline 841.25 lames E. Compton 180.60 m. P. Dillon 448.50 John Frost 325.00 Donald Gering 434.24 8. F. Goff 352.50 Paul Huff man 426.83 James M. Jensen 280.00 Robert Kugler 310.50 Wm. R. Logan 390.40 Vernon Marietta 445.0.~ Joy Michael 442,50 Virgil Mohler 461.12 John D. Parsons 325.00 Theodore Powell 299.60 A. F. Reeker 229.32 Carl L. Ross 329.00 Pearl St. John, Jr. 435.96 Doyle Shoemaker 378.00 Richard L. Sipe 399.00 Duane Spatz 472.88 v'aughn L. Stafford 346.50 Edwin L. Stansbury 483.45 Robert J. Switzer 420.00 Frederick S. Thomas 481.44 ~arold Van Wey 411.6Q Lee Vestal 419.18 [-Ienry Wright 436.43 Lyle Wright 456.72 Melvin Zade 325.50 Erma Dillon 220.00 15058.51 Less Withholding 1385.70 Less State Withhold. 205.10 Less S oc. Sec. 682.58 Less Retirement 457.73 Less B. C. - ,13. S. .330.98 12036.42 Administration Dir. of Intern. Rev. 1365.70 St. Dir. of Rev. 205.10 State Contribution 662.58 Ks. Pub. Emp. Ret. 457.7~ Ks. B. C. - B.S. 330.98 3022.09 Equipment Superior Motor Parts 872.79 Salina Tractor Co. 420.95 Satins Tractor Co. 15250.05 Olena's Mobil Service 50.20 Mankato Welding & Machine 20.85 Lehrling Chevrolet 54.37 Gambles 7,73 Axtell's 5.76 Hutchinson Foundry & Steel 846.24 Humes Sales Co. 87.52 3ensen's Texaco 247.36 Brown Welding Supply 33.08 Foree Tire & Treading 2.91 Fuller Body Shop 22.45 [-Illlman's Garage 1.98 Homelite 103.90 Martin Tractor Co. 2041,13 20069.24 Materials Mobil Oil Corporation 217.86 Johnson & Platt Service 10.48 ~ontinental OilCo. 1409,51 Continental Oil Co. 83.81 Iewell County Co-op Ass'n. 200.00 Dale Mahaffy 443.00 Standard Oil Co. 288.55 Webber Standard Service 20,48 Continental Oil Co. 48.72 Blauvelt Station 4.80 Blauvelt Station 142.46 Max Bourbon 7.60 Clinton Reynolds 725.60 LeRoy Mohler 16,50 Mobil Oil Co. 138.10 Ssben Oil Co. 105.78 YIankato Lumber Co. 82.70 ~sbon Oil Co. 84.00 4098.04 ~qlscellaneous /~ar Klean Co. 9.50 Iewell Co. Engineer 3.01 Joy Michael 7.91 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 34.76 Diamond-Menhusen- Nichols Agency 2115,00 Jewell Co. Engineer 31.45 The Gas Service Co. 75.30 Richard Frasier 10.50' City of Mankato 45.20 Coffman Sinclair 2.50 Consolidated-Salina 93.~5 Joy Michael 1.98 2430.8~ Secondary Matching Reece Construction Co. 4642.4E Special Bridge Welborn Sales Co. 2810.45 Welbern Sales Co. 1051.16 WELFARE Salaries Wages ., Dorothy Borger 34!..00I 3ertrude Howard MT.OOl Blanche Penner 486.00. Thorborg Ruuoll .41MI.00I Msrilyn Svhaff r I.00 Hancock IM.N Lois Thronson 112.00 Leah Badger .00 2481.00 LOss Withholding 243,50 Less Withholding 42.20 Less State Withhold. 38.95 Less State Withhol& 6.15 Less Soc. Sec. 89.00 Less Soc. Sec. 27.04 Less Retirement 60.92 Less Retirement 18.00 Less B. C. - B.S. 11.44 1927.80 Admlnistratlcm Dir. of Intern. Rev. 243.50 ~t. Dir. of Rev. 38.95i Rate Contribution 89.00[ ~s. Pub. Emp. Ret. 80.92I Ks. B. C.'- B.S. II.44[ .~eserve Soc. SOc. 89.00i Reserve St. Retire. 88.63 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 19.59 Behavioral Science Book Service 7.34 IBM Corporation .90 Gertrude Howard 7.381 Salina Office Supply 2.00[ Blanche Penner 3.691 Gertrude Howard 2.45[ Jewell County Co-op i Oil 28.381 Phillips Petroleum Co. 2.431 709.60 County Home Dir. of Intern. Rev. 42.20 St, Dir. of Rev. 6,!5 ~tate Contribution 27.04 Ks. Pub. Emp. Ret. 18.00 Reserve Soc. Sac. 27.04 Reserve St. Retire. 18.00 Ross Hancock 16.30 Raymond Seems 10.00 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 4.80 Osborne County Farmers Union Co-op 85.82 Gambles' Store 37.68 City of Mankato 37.55 Mankato Feed & Seed 9.90 L. B. Electric 20.98 Waugh Oil & Gas 230.15 Central Chemic~l Co. 22,64 Boogaarts' Store 257.59 869.64 General Assistance General Assistance 150.00 9oogaarts' Store 94.20 3axa Grocery 28.00 Aspegren's Grocery 24.60 Jacobsen Grain & Supply 2 +'.6~ Western Power & Gas 2.50 Aspegren's Grocery ~4.~t~ 346.5C Aid To Dependent Children Aid to Dependent Children 1587.00 Pearl Stephens 96.50 Boogaat"ts' Store 80.00 Halstead's Shoe Store 25.45 1768.95 Old Age Asslsta~:e Old Age Assistance 11151.00 Mrs. Ray McKanna 30.00 McDonald Funeral Home 250.00 11431.00 Aid To Disabled Aid to Disabled 1300.00 Medical Assistance For Aged Medical Assistance for Aged 140.00 Cozy Corner Home 157.50 ~ood Samaritan Home 590,00 867.50 BINDWEED Salaries Wagel Don Modlin 400.00 Mary E. Modlin 146.90 546.90 Less Withholding 30.90 Less State Withhold. 4.64 Less Soc. Sec. 24.06 Less Retirement 18.00 Less B. C. - B.S. 34.32 438.98 Administration Dir. of Intern. Rev. 30.90 State Dir. of Rev. 4.84 State Contribution 24.06 Ks. Pub. Emp. Ret. 18.00 [~s. B. C. - I3'. S. 34.32 Johnson & Platt Service 40.85 Salina Office Supply 36.35 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 9.37 Lehrling's Chevrolet 45.05 Mankato Welding & Machine 19.00 tteidrick Frame & Axel 90.44 Don Modlin s 7.66 J. H. Abel Insurance Co. 10.00 County Treasurer 35.00 403.84 Home Towner Monday, March 13. A rather gloomy looking day outside, foggY and the temperature 30 degrees. A light chilly breeze, following a pleasant Sunday. Speaking of variability, the weatherman has had a corner On that characteristic quality the entire fall and winter. Kansas has the reputation for ~himsical weather -- If you don"t like it, just wait a min- ute and it will change, The Grade School Basket- ball Tournament was held at the Loveweli Grade gYm last Thursday and Friday nights.' A large crowd attended. Four tom were p aylng, Montzoalo, Formoso, Mk kato and Lov well. Eaoh team had a fine m'owd M horn/, foll~ from their school backing them, and a lot of friendly enthusiasm and good fellowship. Being busy in the kitchen with our fellow W.S.C.S. workers, who were running the concession stand, we did not see too much of the games, so will let some ~ne else, more qualified, re- port them. Naturally we were glad to have Lovewell carry ~ff first place on the second night, but the losing team was somewhat handicapped by lack of a chance to practice, being smaller and younger, but their fighting spirit and "won't give up attitude" predicts the fu- ture development of a good team for Mankato. No high school team with a lot of train. ing could have played with more enthusiasm than these small sixth grade and under, showed both nights qf the game. The committee of Cir- cle No. 2 of the W.S.C.S. spon- sored the concession stand which did a remunerative job for our church. The only one regret was the realization of this being the last tournament that will be held here for some time. but for the future good of all children concerned, the old idea of "If you can't lick 'em, join 'era" and we might add, "Do it with a spirit of cooperation that will work out what is best for every boy and girl in Jewell County. Mrs. Mary Thomas and new baby daughter, Michelle Ann, came home from the hospital on Wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Thomas of Webber, the chil- dren's grandmother, stayed with the children at their home in Lovewell, while Mrs. Thom- as, Jr. was in the ho=pical. Our congratulations to Mary and Sam and much good health and happiness in the future for all concerned. The W.S.C.S. ladies on the concession stand committee are very appreciative of all the cooperation recevied from the other members and from all those outside the W.S.C.S. who helped in so many ways. Mrs. Ray Clark for stacks of delicious doughnuts. Mrs. Quentin Leece for furnishing and preparing the barbecued hamburger filling, Betty and Clinton Reynolds for the neat, clean kitchen and dining room and gym, Chat Warren for hauling in the good soft water for coffee, tad making trips to Superior for supplies, and to Floyd and Nellie Risewick for making available all the sup- plies they carried and to all who furnished delicious pies. Again, thank you. Several members from the Local W.S.C.S. plan attending the conference meeting at Be- loit today, while others plan going to Mankato for the Driv- ing Course being sponsored by the Farm Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Leece and children from Omaha spent the weekend with rela- tives in Lovewell and Hardy. Too Late for Last Week: Mr. and Mrs. Junior Leece and children left by train last Saturday night for Longview, Wash. in response to a call from Leonard Leece for Junior to drive Leonard's truck load of household goods back to Oklahoma where his next con- struction contract takes him. The Junior Loeces expected to spend a week visiting in Long- view before returning. Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece took the Junior Leece family to Grand Island Saturday night to take the train. Needle Craft Club met last Friday p.m. with Mrs. Gladys Van Meter. One visitor, Mrs. Violet Jepson, and five mem- bers were vresent. Election of officers resulted in Mrs: Ruth Rothchild elected president, Mrs. Gladys Van Meter, vice- president, Mrs. Delia Heldt, treasurer, and Mrs. Katherine Warren, ,~ecretarv. O~r next meeting will be with Miss Dol- ly Vale in Webber on Tuesda~ afternt~D, March 21st, Mr. and Mrs. C. v. Warren made a business trip to Con- cordia last Friday returning by Bellevflle to spend an hour with Mrs. Dean Leece, then to Hardy by way of Cbester~to visit Mrs. Sophia Holstine. / Mrs. Delia Heldt and Kath- erine Warren drove to Man- kate last Sunday to see Mrs. Tena Van ~y. Not finding her at home, they visited Mrs. Warren's cousins. John and Clifford Simmons, and Mrs, Mary Van Meter, who had re- cently returned home from a stay in the Republic County Hospital. On the road home they chose the "hill road" past Ed Montgomery's, pausing on the highest point on the road west of Ed Ross' pasture to enjoy the beauty of the dark outline of the hills to the north and west backed up by the glow of the setting sun behind the hills. Who says we must need distant travel to find beauty. So much of it is here in Kansas in the hills, the blue of the lake and the full length of the White Rock Valley. The ladies took time for a few minutes stop at the Fred Ross home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stans- bury of Formoso and Mrs. Arms jean 'Whitney were also visiting the Ross family. Larry Lovewell and family spent the weekend In Love- well. Larry, who works for the Salina Journal was taking pictures and getting the story of the freight train wreck near the Tom Myers farm, south- east of Superior, Friday after- noon. Spreading rails were re- ported M.the cause Of the ac- cident, N~ reports were beard here of any injuries to the train crew. Mrs~ Giadys Van Meter re- ceiw~l a phone call from her, son, Marvin Van Meter, Of Start, lda. tO-~say that Mrs. Grace Peele. Giadys' sist~-In- law was in the hospital for surgery on one of her eyes, from glaucoma. There was some doubt about saving the sight in this one eye. We all hope for a most satisfactory recovery. W.S.C.S. was held Wednes- day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Winifred Stoles in Court- land. Circle 2 of the W.S.C.S. spon- sored a pot luck supper at the school auditorium last week. After the supper Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross showed the pic- 'tures taken on their trip to Amman, Jordan last summer and these pictures gave us a new insight into the habits and life and the type of country where the Ross' daughter, De- an,a and her husband, Baddi Naddih, are giving of their youth and education for the betterment of agricultural con- ditions and better living for the people of Jordan. Only an- other example of one of the many things the youth of this country are doing under con- ditions far less advanced than they grew up with in the U. S. and more proof of the fact that our youth are not the thoughtless generation they are sometimes accused of be- ing. Sometime in February, Deanna and her husband pre- sented her parents with a se- cond grandson. Need~ess to say, everyone who saw these pictures has a word of apnre- ciation for Alfred and Viola for sharing them with us. We will hold. Public Auction of the late George McCune estate at the farm 1 mile east of Formoso, Kansas on old highwa,y 36 or 4 miles west of Courtland. Kansas, on: Lunch On Grounds Starting at 1:00 O'clock I 1960 Ford tractor, 801 power master 1943 H tractor 1940 M tractor 4 1952 International Pickup, % ton 1957 Chevrolet Truck, grain box and stock rack and hoist, 2 ton Ford 8-14 plow, 3 point hitch Blade, 3 point hitch Reversible Ford, scoop Ford mower Ezee flow fertilizer 10x16 tin 8x 12 International mower, 7 ft. David Bradley side delivery rake Van Brunt drill, 8-20 * Snow Coo bale loader I. H. C. tandem 250 bales Prairie hay in barn 475 bales alfalfa hay in barn 2-16 I. H. C. plow 2-row corn binder 10 ft. g 'ain binder, always been shedded Papec ensilage blower 4 wheel trailer grain box 4 wheel trailer with rack 2 wheel trailer Feat hole digger, 3 point, like new Boom, 3 point Cattle Chute 11 Feed Bunks 300 bu. self feeder for cows Lots of horse drawn machinery and old iron 300 gal. fue l tank 250 gal. propane tank Set of tractor chains, 11-38 Set of pickup chains 1960 power lawn mower Weed sprayer 2 - 500 chicken electric brooders Steel geared wagon, with box . Iron butcher kettle Jayhawk stacker and loader with fittingsUsual rack load of tools found at a Clean Up for H or M . Sale including wses, anvils, wrenches, saws, Wooden wheel wagon with box hammers, pztch forks, shovels. I II I I I TERMS OF SALE--CASH. Not Respmm|ble In Case Of Aeidat. Property At Bidder's Risk When Bid .Is Off. (;I-ORGE IAc ESTATI:. COL. ED MON itY a SON, Xuct M XINE RAPFEBTY, I # t t + . / + r ~! +,I