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x PAGga .lewell County Record, Mankato, Kans THURSDAY, APRIL F. ] -. ~! l l l '~l~[Ug'| /"N][II~I'II'V 125% distribution of the ed property. Defendant paldlpassmg, $10.00 and costs. I Oak - $1.00; R. R. Richard-IMankato 4th grade, taught wlth the h~ghest grades forI In the absence of a ~r,v~r,d[j l[JUUl~l 1 current taxes to the various fines and costs. [ Douglas A. Hall, speeding,[ son, Burr Oak - $1.00; Emm-[by Geneva Ost, ranks far the fall semester. [ ter April 17, we e / units Phillip E. Adams was]$15.00 and costs. [ ett Dehoff, Bird City - $5.00;labove the national average. Ron also plays with a trio listening to church fAIIi/TIlAIIqI ! " charged with two counts of[ -- Mrs. Ward Ozmun, Mankato[In our last week's visit we of folks singing freshmen[provided by our recort 1 r 1 ~I~VU~tLIItl~UUh Judicial Cases speeding. He paid $40.00[ Offme of Co. Supt.: [- Winter flowers bouquets.[learned that their regu a ca led The Bountymen. [ er. ~IrIIilo Ralph Seems was charged fine on count one and $20.001 "A friend is one to whomI * . [text in reading had been The other members of theI ~[~1~ in county court with the fol- on count two and court/one may pour out all the[ Mike Dempsey was spell-[completed and now they trio are Carlisle Bergquist]N.F.O. News lowing: count one, driving costs. [content's of one's heart, ing winner in the contestlare supplementing their and i !t Van Gund, y off , ~ while intoxicated; and Howard Blachly was[ chaff and grain together;[Tuesday and will represent[work with Science Research Salina. ~ne trio was cnosenI lne aewe. t~ounty Alvir C. Fall, Jr county count 2, destruction of pro- charged with improper pass-[knowing that the gentlest of/JewelI County in the All-[Associates material, by the K. W. U. student[al Farmer's Organ lerk, will be out of the of- perty. Defendant was fined ing. Defendant paid $10.00 [ hands will take and sift it,[Kansas Spelling Bee at To-[ One of the fine exhibits body to represent K. W. U.[was called to order I ~ice Tuesday and Wednes- 125.00 and given 30 days in fine and court costs. [ keep what is worth keeping,[ peka May 7 Mike attends[ noticed was Courtesy in the in a regional taltnet contest Boiler, Chairman, by -" '[Lay, April 26 and 27, while jail on count one and fined Ivan D. Newell was char-[and with a breath of kind-[Burr Oak School County[Magic Key having as parts sponsored by the Kansas[ent of silent prayer 1 is attending a school on $50.00 on count two. The ged with speeding. Defen-[ness, blow the rest away."[and State champions must[ "Exchange Me"4th5to ann Conference CoHe.ges at[success of the organ ~lections defendant was granted im- dant paid $45.00 fine and[ Author Unknown. [qualify under two basic re-[',',Excuse Me,' Please", Tabor t oiiege. Uther col-[There were twelve m' -- mediate parole for period of court costs. [ Viskors and business call-[quirements. (a) they must[ Im Sorry, arid "Thank leges competing were Baker, land five wives presel Faye Anderson, county one year on condition he [ers in our office last weekt~ot have passed beyond the[You." After visiting with College of Emporia, Ottawa, [ minutes were read ~treasurer, is putting out a make restitution for damag- Nyla Berg, Clerk of thelwere: Lester Barnett, Leba-[eighth grade; and (b) they/these fine folks we found and Bethany. lne uounty- proved. The Treasur ~ local Selective Service[ non; Preston Gunn, Hardy,[must not reach their 16th[ that they seemed to have all men won first place at[ port was approved. = Board, reports that James~ Nebr.; Beulah Fayle, Oak,{bixthdav before the date of[ the fine oualifies that make Tabor College and will com-| It is important tl n Wester Marr ? "' - - ete in finals at Kansas s ~ Harold Porter has enlisted[ Nebr Ge e ] the national finals. [ pleasantand worthwhile .P ] grain board member in the Air Force. [ kato; Myer Miles, Jewell;t * * [ peddle Students in this tAthletIc Conference ~cnoms,the next meeting. Th~ [ LiNn Wv wTrxrTz I Irvin Pettit, Board member.[" Attorney Norbert R. Dre&[ school" unit are Richard Bar- I at Bethel April 23rd. ]Board election was h ,~ ~r~[ [ ~o ~x-x,~ Friday, April 8, at 8:20[no. 165; Don Modlin, Burr[ling' Trustee Fort Hays[tholomew, Maria BerP.[ This trio will also, appear[ John Bergman r, -->.:- a.m 1 mile west of Man-[Oak; Mr. and Mrs. ErneatJ State College and campaign[ Deidra Blecha, Denise Ion a nationwide temvisionlnn recent N F O m [~'~[ ] MILOS kato on Highway 36, Glenna Stiefel, (Katie~Kier), Cald-manaerforRobertDockinglDiamond, Jeanette'H;ltgenl"CampusTown of 1966",'~h~,~.~,~,~" ' :" " g ' - r rn ' "'~ "'"" " L. Fogo of Burr Oak, driving well Idaho', Mrs. Perry Kier, candidate for Governor of Jeanine Hiltgen, John ttunt- P esented by Southweste I c~ Mnva 7th ,t 7:001 ~. Bell Tele hone Co which is ,a 1962 Buick and Ronald Mankato; Mrs. Paul Gaaff Kansas in speaking to the singer, Dee Ann Jaco~ s p,I 1, . 555 New 12 18 Cle of Mankato driving a Beloit; Jim MurraY,r Man-M n ] teachers nrincinals narents Mary Jensen, Nanc- Mar', [ TheSCheduledcormthlant appears clalin MaYro [mere wmoe a .potiu~t ' " gg ' ' ~" "- ' ~" I ~ J - . . " per at the wnite horter 1956 Chevrolet, collided att,ka!o; R. V. Mur ay, a -]friends, board members and tin, Billy McCollum, DeDra " pe ~P -lhouse. Each member' !~ ~ ~1 ] an intersecuon lnere waslKato, s ellinp g winners stressed the,Munsey, Kathv~ Neilson,UUCUOnS ot taouston, xexaS/u ~ ~ gu~ a.'u~ ~rVi0~. 744 Earl to medium $250 00 damage to the rogo * ':: { imoortance of shaoinz the l Terri Newell, June Ouelette, [ conducted T V auditions on[ ~ ~ma, Tho me~ car and $50.00 to the Clegg A total of 105 children future of Kansas through Cheryl Pletcher, 18 Kansas campuses before[ otluck and the entire! ].on - ,x u,u,x car. [ participated in field day[ the two party system. West-[ Rehmert, Marlin Ro:l:Jiild, [ making the, selections tor[ily is invited and the [788-Full Season [held Thursday at Athens[ern Kansas must havelRoy Wakefield, Kerm5 [the L v. now. ]ly meeting will conv ~,~ "~ ~l [ Sunday, April 3, at 7:35[Rural School. Weather waslrights that will maintain its Walker, Timmy Waldron,[ 18"30 PM following the I"1 [ p.m 3.5 miles north and 1 [ ideal for contestants and the [ eouality with all of Kansas.[ Sue Ann Weaverling, Duane [ I" I I,? [ ner Get" out and su[ :: tlllnmlmlmllo |/ o o mile east of Mankato on[many spectators and somei - IBeougher, and Douglas Berl-IWIl l ~ /[,our organization and[ :;~ q~ilNItl~ll~l~-~ I" I~a~u'e' ~eeu ~,up, county road .1 mile north of[good records were made inloffice of the County ]nell. I w~ mmm#~%n ,) I ,our family. , ' I 111 11 1111 t t[ Baled Hybrid Sudan Lewis Sanderson s driveway,[the 40 events. Sunerintendent" t The 4th and 5th grade l j Let's net some bac r " . V1SlUn~ hours: IO:OU-II:OO t9 . . ~ lal~,A~l) &~,-] [ ~/v~ Delbert W. Stevenson, firlv-[ Ion m scored 131, points toI "Those, who complam[com.bmationroom is beinglA M" 9 nn-a-oo nnd 7"0D- in our organization =~ ~V~t[~Og-~f~ l "'~" in~ a 1953 Plymouth, hit alvin me meet ioHowea oyl ~.~ + ,~ the ballltauuhtby lennie Atter-I^-~Z' = mot ~move Weneeo ~ " ~ " " S I ~.UO b'M. !! ,o" "-- " [ steer belonging to Lewis [ Scottsville, Solomon Rapid { ~-~.~o"'"~ '",",~,all.r the, berr~v Their reading was ] " [ .".~.~.'~.~r~*;'on and heln # [ ~ [ "" Mr v ~ Sanderson There was $200 Athens and Valley View t.~ .~ A [nrooressin~. nicely Adonted[ . Manme Loomts of[ u^ : t~ . S G I r' all Ihe great ILA E damage to the Stevenson The meet was successfully r 's Cor texts had been completed &] Jewell visited his father, General Featu p. . . . "n|M PV/IilMII,car. larrangedby Mrs. Ethel Bar~ The following called in Readers Digests Readmg[ larence W. Loomls, one[ Let's price "our" pr0 !! ili.l.lW~);;;R~D~ o v [ .tu~, Bonds Forfeited: [ !latrDd~iaC:er@a~l~aCtnC~?:wi~nkn~- ~U'rlt frfl~v~a/i~aStg2e~keigaM:nS ISsk~ t:~adt:# g w. j abeangl ~Yv~Sa~:~lfr:omR~YcklW:[ ~eFy" ~t he;hbl~i~;~ts~ : . [ William L. Charles, speed-i ~, ~, ~, . . '. I Melvin Miller, Melvin ] tage. Th. following students ] C,1.~ =.:~ ~ [ port on Grain Marketi, !i rar |n silage [ 15UI I I ing, $10.00 and costs, luougi,as, lne mucn needed[ Ranneback and Keith[ are in this group: Annettel p: next meeting, so get o ~:~ "--" ~ ~" I Clifford P Hake no driv-Irerresnments were iurmsnea q~hr,~uder Cawker City I Anderson, Carol Bohnert [~me.~me w~tn ms momer, learn and work witia Y-, t-miner t asture I G-144 in ossession [and served by the depend- Chandler[Mark Bowersox, Timothyl Vi s. wia ttm wietz. i!i ~ k-- [ xr o ~oA $5.00 and costs. [able Athens P.T.A. W!th[ School; Mrs.Ethel Modlin,! Dodd, Sherrflynne Esshnger, l .Mrs. Etta Nees/our .Day[ Bill Smiths serVed ~i ~ . ~rl~l~ll ~mm~l~ [ a~ew ~--,uov Robert C. Hujar, speeding [more than 40 cars ,an.a s}a-[ Scandia; Mrs. Darrel Gmst[ Charles Harder, Barbaral 2r~e'haC~ nm2an~ma ners~ter[ freshments. . :~; ~./,/'~ ~711 A ~ ~n nn ~ ~ o,o~ tion wagons parked in me e. u-~,;. M-nkato" P qs Roe Terry Seirer, Rebecca l I ~,h c ber " ) ~ ] al,in -17 R'~ith ~ooain- [area indicated that attend- [ r~,n ~,mn n,rr Oak" t, Ar Smith and John Turner. 1 yd McMurray of Jewell,[ --- :'~ ~. R~-~ ,~ ,x -~ -~ .a %. ov~ ~ o, I ance was unusually good ""7 *'L"2"*'-' ~" '.~,"I I to Brookfield, Mo, Saturday I ~ ~ " ' -- I $10 00 ana costs ~ ~ ~ ana mrs rtowara t~om, 1-- can A. wesun I to s--en~ "~- - "- ~ IIVlAN~ ltial'~r, ,[ ORDER Arthur Shook, no valid[ "*- week of Esbon; Carl Stepp,Burr[ Superintendent of Public [the Pla ies'm mo t :2u Vvl|;2[ To the friends and L' ~ [ driver s license, $5.00 and] ~. ine o e~atn last [ Oak Schools;Clay Brown,[ Instruction [ ~'i,~|ao,h, ;o ;,~a, ,~;,~[ bors who helned put o~* Iff i I AI L costs I . ". . I Esbon Schools; Clyde Reed, IMankato, Kansas I; " I oraso fire at our nlaC . X Kay L) rioogell removeo a ,~ o, ~ a o s - :; ~r, speeding, M ri~Ia:d ,M. (, Kenneth L. Hu'ber, driving[. *h-De' -rtment He[ be co p . "1- " " - -[sister and husband from of Randall were sun : ~ --O in xrinlnt An nf roctrie'ti~n I"" " ~ o~a ~ r'~ " I sprouting only an occasionall hattan and the grandson otl . *er-oon -uests at the " : " : =; ^;. :'~- . I held thegreatestrespectl n~ betweenl D n Smi'h of "" &~ eastern r~ansas. '" " ~,Ida n o s ]w rmwnne pla t-- ea t ivmnsato [ -: of Mr and MrsJac~- : ~.oo a u c st . " su rvised [ Friday afternoon VXSltOrs [possible. He pe the lush fertile stretches of Mrs Millard Billing of For- Enoch A Cheek failure M/tNg/tTfl ~1~ ANn . Egn to sin at sin" si"n, $10001 [quality juvenile and adult[moso, has made an out- - ." ~~ ~iI :i ' more than 160 operating ' " of Mrs Minnie Barrett were I ,~,~=~t~v =----~a, ~aatt~u, ~ ~ . v v s schools all locally adminis-I T~. r"u+ 171o+onn'n- r~-rn in his fresh-]her niece, wirs. Avis t.raw- - il .- a .~,~. tered and far from present[ mi~ ~.~o.i between r a+ K-nsas Wes lford of Formoso, and her P,'llllllll~l~q,ll] ! j " K. niuman, improper[day government centraliza-[a"g'es"of" 'an l 'i last ,l'eya'naUniversity. [son, Mr. GeneoBarrett and[ m[ |]| I1[ unl n ~ Mrs Barrett, Ol NanQall tion Roads, comm caUo I " " " [summer 31 nercent read Ron the president o~ the[ --~ ' [and conveniences were de-[,mh, 4 or less books About[freshman class had a 3 341 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Loomis l~ U U [] /:11 ' ~ ~ m]ficient by our present stan-[ ~f read over 50"books [urade averau'e the first[Of Glen Elder called Thurs-] I1~11~1~1 |~-'~ m[dards. Mr. Hodgell left Jew-[ A'recentsurvey showed that J semester, majoring ii~l day afternoon on his father,[ i~~~l~ m mm mm m mm m m m[el] County to accept the 13o-1 18 per cent of the homes[English. This won Ron the[Mr. t~larence W. Loomis. / ,m m a m mm m m [] m[sition of Assistant State Su- had 1 to 10 hard-cover academic M C Culotta] Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wiley[ ,m .m. mm ,l~illl m!perintender}t. Following this books and 31 percent read l[football award at Kansas[ f Jewell, Mrs: Clara Head-] ,i ~ ~ n ~ l i ~ i~ ni~a []1 ne was asmstant and advisor to lo nanerbacks There isl Wesleyan This award eoes[ my and tvirs, wm Lagergren/ ; . - -= II m m m, mmmm mm m/mm, am m ! theMay r feT v eet adi rt every'evidence that the[to the" football letterman[haeterVi it d .Mrs. Mattie[~ r ' " ' m ,z years a a t - y. "w mmm mw amy wI m - m Minister until recent failing [ Mr. Charles Graham ssis-] ~l~li~ m ~:: m[health. The very best for the ."~:::::~::::i +~i :::iii:i!ii:~!::iii!i:;?~::i'i:/7;! ~-~ ' -~ [ter brought him a bowl of) > ---:- :-- m J: m[ youth was uppermost in his!i:::i::!~:~;::il:: !!:~;:~:::i:!;i:;:; [ ~ [beautiful, long lasting blue-:| m On March 10th 1966 the Man it" Librar-" [] I untiring efforts, i;i::i;ii:i;~iiii:~:i::~-;}::i::::i::::/i:ii::?:ii;~::i~#~!:i:::i I .-- m ~ r~ I I shaded flowers which all of n |', - Board made application to be admitted to the m, The Je.well Count.y H~Sttl~- i~ ~i::).i;i~ t'~ -- e %[, Mr. Guy Folsom of Ran- II l[lcat bociety appreciat t e ;:: ::!ii!!; ]J' l II['K I iloau anu tvlr. franK roisom -. :. - "- I 1 CENTRAL KANSAS LIBRARIES'SYSTEM for 1 following gifts of last week. ~'~i::!~:~:i::i,1 /I of Montrose were Sunday [~, - ='" '-"l "-. " - mlMrs. Douglas Gillett, Burr~i~i:~i~'~)i{i:::: k .@ / lafternoon callers of their- - -: = =~ I : ; I the purpose of cooperating with the Regional 1 i [aunt, Mrs. Mattie Smith. m . [] ~~i)i~::::ii!,:i ] Miss Alice Sellhorn ac- -=" ~ -" :=; i Library Service. This Service deliversto our local 1 YL C-- AS ::i Icompanied" Mrs. Vera Se rer" -'-- ? ! m]mn ~umm~ um land Miss Helen McCammon =- "--~ "--" ~- " = :I : ---- da" library EVERY OTHER SATURDAY, 50 to 100 m 1J [to Beloit Saturday after- for, prospectus-baalm" I " m ~%umm~ ,=munro [noon and called on her e.~.z~i~ x ~4/ll~. -. |' new and used books to remain for two weeks and mlJOHN WA -. :] imother, Mrs. Lomse Sell- - h ete'kl I m] DEAN MARTIN horn n ma ) it to r . . ::ii;:i~:i;:ii)iii:::}[i:::ii~ii:ili:i ~:~::~;,~ .::};!~:::~:~ . tisement a d " "" i': ", then replaced by the next dehvery This Service nl,C: I Sunday evening visitors of m.v.va s . ," ' " :i?i:i::]i:i{i.i~i:i~}i::?!~:!E~i:ii!! :~ii~]i!~]i!~i :i!i!::: i? : .) :::~ ,/ ' started Saturday, April 2nd and the 2nd delivery COLOR [wMerr:~V~r Mar~ Hrarry2 beuCke ALBERT i m * " m[- " " of Lincoln, Karts', and Mrs 214 N. Walnut, U received Satmday, April 16th Many books That aura of wbrant health and energy at 1 r," " " m, - "" ,Kenneth repre~reno m :, m[ yours with proper diet, work and rest. Don't let[of Beloit Mrs Couse is a z i ' ha e alread been checked out by patrons oI our infections drag you down-cure them with prompt isister of Mrs. Wilbeck and ltvraxs # - --, ~~' [,jex a~ I Mrs. McCorkle is a niece. l Library. We urge you to examine the many new m[~~ou,a~,~,medacatlon. ! ~" titles and take full advantLage of this fine i[ tcaom.l !e e? ' [SERVICE. Next delivery date is April 30th. Friday, Sat Sunday ' April 22-23-24 VjrA m L. [] i d ' UTE THEATRE MANKATO, KANSAS(-- I Mankato, Kansas The in Mankato, Kalmas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY i!i = C! 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