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April 28, 1966     Jewell County Record
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April 28, 1966

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? ~-~ i THURSDAY, ~RIL 28; wm . m mm k l~asture is one of our most Now you are ready to for extra hanging space, rict Republican Women will I )BONDS. t 5% November 1, 1968 important cropsin Jewell hang garment bags in sizes A well-organized ~10set be held. on Saturday, Aoril .) [ WHEREAS, by Ordinance[ 5% November 1, 19or county, and shapes that fit your, will help you to go outfwell 30, at Eilsworth at The First ] No. 366, of the City of For- ] 5% November 1, 1970 Musk Thistle: needs--shorter bags for groomed, as you will be able Presbyterian Church. I a I moso, Jewell County, Kan- [ 5% November 1, 1971 I With the recent warming suits and blouses, extra long to readily find any *clothes Registration and coffee[ linger, Leon Boden, Bill Hof- [ sas, duly passed and approv- I 5% November 1, 1972 E [trend in the weather, it is for house coats and formal in perfect condition And will beRin at 9 00 a.m Mrs I fer, Jim Varney, Jvlarionmed, a soecial election was[ 5 ~ November 1, 1973 " -- -- 0 time to give serious thought gowns, and average length you will be proud to, open Lloyd -Grothusen of" Ells'[Roberts, Janice Kissinger,[called and ordered"to be[ 5% November 1, 1974 to control of musk thistle, for dresses and coats. Hang the door of a closet so at- worth is overall chairman[ Linda Owen, Jeanne McCoI-[ held in said City on Decem-[ first interest is due May 1, This noxious weed is becom- all clothes in one direction,~ trhctive and clever that it for the hostess club. [ tough, Marsha McIntyre, ber 18, 1965, for the purpose[ 1967, and semiannually. ~ ing established in all areas with those used daily near- will enhance your bedroom. A workshop and panel dis-[Donna Life, Donna Mallory, of submittinz to the[ thereafter on the 1st days of . of Jewell county andrhaS est at hand. [ ~- cussion will be held during[Brenda Reece, David Kadel, lqualified elect~ors of said[November and May of each ' done real good this yea . You can ~o over nlastic or] KANSAS .EXTENSION the morning Mrs Ed Wolf[ Jim Burks, George Seamans, City the proposition of year. Said bonds and the in- < : ~ v - - " " " "" " ta h I Th~se thistles should be quilted chintz accessorms[HOMEMAKERS WEEK of Gaylord wdl be panel[ John Crumrlne, Kevm Wfl-[ issmng General Obligation[ terest coupons to be at c - ~ Comr.v [sprayed while in the rosette with a well-lathered cloth [MEETING IN BELOIT moderator. [son and Lois Reece. I Bonds in the amount'of not]ed thereto, as hereinafter ~bh,t ~hr.~-,stage for best results. Those made of fabric can be l ~ Following the noon lunch-[ '* * [ exceeding $6,000.00 for the[ provided, shall be payable emical~, ~,i~l ~,~ [ Musk thistle is becoming laundered after removing l Homemakers attending the con, Attorney General Rob-[ On many occasions refer-[purpose of extending, ~ at the office of the .State ~a j an increasingly important their metal frames and card-[Kansas Extension Home* eft Lon&.rholm will be the l ence has been made to the)enlarging, and improving the ITreasurer of the state ot ~.~ > ~ ~ ,~ problem m Jewell county board bracings This also ao-[makers Week meeting in, main speaker. A fine pro-[seventh and eight grade[waterworks system of said] Kansas, in the City of To- km i,~ ~,~,~o,r,-- i and pastures,should be plies to shelf~trim, shoe bags [ Central. Kansas will hear a gram--but not too lengthy--[ pupils as theTneglected group ] City under the authority of [ peka, Kansas. , ~. A~g~ic~,l ;)checked tnor~ugmy to see it and laundry bags. :l featur,e~l speaker repute the is planned for the meeting, l in our educational pattern, lSection 12-801 to 12-803,[ Section 3. Said bonds ~b~ ,- ~-,~ - I they are presc, nt so that a ~t,~r- ,-l~ fot,~od t [ idea, I Haven t A Thing TO First District Director Mr~.[ Our visit to the 7B class[ and 12-842, Kansas Statutes[ shall be in the usual ~orm ~'~,~,i, ~ ~ i spraym~ program can be ers in nlastic envelones or[ Wear . Art Kuhlmann of Leotl will[ taught by Mr. Cox was dur-IAnnotated and any amend- [and contain the usual re-! ~#i;:~the * ~ m j ~ :. I followed before they go to boxes and arran~,e siaoes in [ All homemakers are in- speak during the morning[ ing the mathematics subject [ ments thereto; and ] citals, including a recital: ~,~Jt ~ ~,~ .~c, i seed. a shoe ba~, inside the closet[vited to attend the meeting session. Mrs. Arno Wind-[ and there was a wholesome[ WHEREAS, notice of said l tl~at they are issued underl ~V~t~| t ,ll ) The County Extension Of-n~.~ ^ ~.~' ~ o+ ~.o [ May 2 in Beloit at the Muni- scheffel of Smith Center is[ attitude toward this lesson [election was duly ~iven by lAuthority of Sections 12~ [rice or the County Noxious, .m~" om,o~h~.~ ~,~o ~o[cipal Building at 12:30 p.m. Area Chairman. Miss Ber-[The children, seemed to feel[nublication of a notice of[ 80t to 12-803 and 12-842, memiad,on i. IWeed Office has additionali (;~f'~ll"'~r~'t'~ o~'~h~,~o[ Judith Keith, described as nice Howard, President of[that it was useful; that they]~aid election in the JewelllKansas :~tatutes Annotated ~[-~-2 4 ~, e, ) information on identification a-~l'smo'l'~'accessori'es"~'~" [ a fashion humorist from the Jewell County Club, will[ could master the matter; and ] County Record, the official[ and any amendments there~ ~:~ ": :", control methods and charac- ~ ~- "f,~ a~,- -- "~ [ Philadelphia, illustrates with annear on the panel ] the teaching was interesting I -,~wsD'aDer of said City, pub- [ to The Mayor is hereby ~urm~ ~:t~~ teristlcs of the musk thistle, r~.~.~no [garments and accessories [ Mr. Cox seems to be doing titration havine been made ln[Idlvected to Officially slgn~ aar/'~ ~" "r. [ -" '~-'~ h ~ ,n ,-.m,~. [ how new ideas in fashiori, |I~ IIT~|,~|IIPIFM' ~, an excellent job as princil~al .[ ida" newspaper on Novem- ] and attest said bonds, an~ av~a a m~. [ NEWS FROM THE .~='~:7~,:'~.~,: ~"~.:~'~'~:,~[change not only "The Look! J][~.~][~LI. LIIUHI 1 of t~e elementary gradeS, lber 25, 1965, and for two[the City Clerk is hereby diq ~ u~ .=, t- t HOME AGENT S DESK ~ hat boxes Those made of[ but The Outlook . He~ I Enrolled in 7A are Debts .~1- [ consecutive weeks there. [ reeled to sign an~ im~ ~. ,~ f lby Mary Frances Flentte, i nlastic or chintz can be[presentation has an ABC PfllIDTWflII ~ )corn, Blaine Badger, Danny[after and for more than 2littlest said bonds, and~ ; l" I " HEA ~2on"~d with thick suds flavor, Accessories, BasicsdUffUl[lllUUOl~ [Bowersox, Dena Clegg Jan- [ davs before the election; and [ said bonds shall have th~ 5 I ~,! then wined with a damp[and Comedy. ~]MI~I|TO [lee Davis, Wayne Coffman,]WHEREAS' at said election[corporate seal of the City) ~ .:~i~ "i ! EVrRYTf-qNG rln~o ~"ioth Transnarent[ Miss Keith is a graduate# I1~.~.~I [Steven Dodd, Susan Eilert,[ d majority of the qualified lafhxea thereon The interes~ " " " ' : ~-xe~ r-yea' their contents~ tme'~mencanAcaoemy t! ITom Eilert, Larry Howell, lelectors of said City voting[coupons shall bear litho~;' I~ oy subcel>- iN IJS ~'LAt~t~ ~ s e x . ,u~, ~,~ a w, ~ + ~n m a flash so keen them[DramatIc Arts and has awl [Shells Huntsinger, D nna[on said oroposition voted inlgraphed facsimile signatures e ~ ~[,~.-~io,L: / ~. tr~ns arent, b- ~,~uent ] peared in numerous theatric-] Nyla Berg, Clerk of the] Layland, Roberts Meyer, [ favor of'the issuance of said ] of tide Mayor and City clerk le Inl.svetz a c eai~ neat cl()set ~* r, Y ~'~ 'al rodu-ions on an" off" '" " " " ' ' " ~ lo~,~ ) ~(,'~ ;~,~ )q,~,~+ ic I w~china " t P ct a I ~elective bervice t~oaro, re- I Nelson lvtoser, uonala Nell- I h~ndc. ~nd ! Said bonds shall be register: ' I :~ I Tak- advanta-e of the]Br adway She has been a lports the Selective Servlcel son, Diana Kay Ortmar~ Me-[ '~'U=REAS the Governin~[ed by the City Clerk in hlS~ )r manage- has e toa well-groomed e g " '1,vv o [ - " . :[ . . [ newspaper edttor and '.since, Office will be closed May 4l linda Rafferty, Joyce Rehm- I of For I office and by the State Aud~ g is o~,en( ~,aro:o,~ lr your ClOSer [nmly conve[ueHL closet gnu- - bOdy ol Ln~ %lLy - . ,~-. ,^ ,* fl~ i .~o ,: ~^-~- nt etch, he[ ~ets nn tho markot such as[ 1959 has graded her own[ and 5 due to a Clerks Con-[ ert, Debbie Rightmeler, Sar-[ mnen W~nsas does hereby itor of the State of Kansas ,~--.- ~ ,~ .;. ~,~+v: [waeh-hl,~ ,q~stic shoulder[public relations business. [ference m Topeka She also[ ah Jane Russell, Mlchael lfind and determine that it is I as required by law; and saldt ggeds 'and!to;~,ard'-" ~i;eautv functiOn,[covers to protect delicate[ This meeting in Beloit is[reports the following: [Simon, Robert Wakefield,[n'ece~arv at this time tolbonds shall be offered t c4'fective av, flabili.t- of "the eoments)items, multiple blouse and] one of the 23 programs plan-[ Physical Ez aL2inat n Call I and.BobWalker. .' [issue all'of said General Ob-[the State School Fund Com ~vn enm~ I ~nd ~] ~ nlt olr, ~nHn~c~ [ skirt han,ers and sneeial| nea in oDservance or ansasl may s~, s~o i ~ne t~ class was, aurmgl li~,ation Bonds in an amount lmission as an investment or) aii' ti e-ci>'n te t ts ]racks for s~pec[al accessories. [Extension ^ Homemakers [ Edward LeeRoy Adam [our .visit, hav.ing a period, ofi no~-'[o"exceed $6,000.00 for[ school funds mid if not put-! fu V c:tm-" an:t scr;.:b the closet interior[Add some original gimmicks[weeK, may z-7. [ ames Araen. yi.e.r [~ngnsn writing, one oI melthe purpose of paying the lchased by mat Commission~ '-~ ~.~ b n"~: ~"w.:'r', u v -~- u~^" u~tc'~"~r',-~*'ge~c ~u~.~"~ ~ --like t"ingy ~. em"tv y 12crfumeI I t~eorge ~llnt ~esung I tour language arts oi. tnel ~,o~,',~+ ~ oxtenain~'~ ~, enlar~,in~, I~, o ~ shall be sold as provided by~ ' ff prc~'ed[ R< inish th, ins:de eitherl:bottles on ribbons and hang-[Atty. Gen. Londerholm To i Bllhe Eugene May [ elementary school. Language t and imnroving, the water-: law and the proceeds used~ ice ,'h.q~" Wiih iv~shable" paint Ori[ing them so that everything[Speak at Ellsworth Apr. 30 [ - Enlisted ~ [arts function in .all areas .of)lworks s~stem of said City. [for the purpose above stat-i ,t(ay Jgean HOWell Navy living and learning in SIgNal,BE ed ar~ ~uSh~enamel in a color that con-i[in the closet takes on ant 1 [ . ~. . :i~ NOW THEREFORE, [ " i :~ . a 51[sff-[ trasts, with your ro6m, or[ aura of fragrance,* Or att~h:,[ A meeting of the Nqrth- ] ~ [ ely. uon Anaerso. n seemea;[ IT ORDAINED BY THE [ Section 4. The full faith~ "~! ~ I with Washable wallpat~er, ling peg board to 0he wall[east Area of the First Dist-,l .Aprn ~ s:lu a.m ~uoy[to nave every~nmg un~er[GOVERNING BODY OF[credit and resources of th~ . . " ~ ~.lnitt of Ranoalt, uriving a control fOllowing are stun-' w wc~ i r-i+, ,~ ~'~,--,~,cn V~noo*~ - ' . ." . THE CITY O- vRMOSO ~ , m par o, .01j w,tara. be an. t e.ame ~ [] [ Lillian Thompson, also of [ seventh graders in Mankato: [ .~-A~ ~ ~nT T OWS" [ t,~,~a ~,~ ,h o't~ Ill [] ' ,~[ Randall, driving a 1965 Ford [Rita Anderson, David BadJ' ':'~ .q-~eti'~n~n'l" T"~hat for the l~v~n~t~'~ ~ ~i'rl ~n~"n%Vd |~ ~ '[ at an intersection of Randall [ ger, Sherry Beck, Patricia nur~se~'of-"nro-v-icling funds al"'i~ i"n'teres~t thereon"a~ "th~ " : ~ ' s re r r-- ~. o ,~, II [:streets. Mrs. Thomp on -[Cady, Donna Clegg, Beverly ,~, ~ in, ~f the cost of t The Cmvorn- &l ]iceived some bruises. Esti-[ Conner, John Dewey, .Bill exte~i~~" enl~ar~,in~ and[ in~"Bod"~'o~'t~iae'C~t, of'l~or- [mated damage was $150.00/ Eilert, Bobby Freeman, Rod- improving' the wate vorks I moso Kansas, shall~ar~uallv [to the ~niff car and $250.00] ney Hancock,: Cl~r~J~;Rql!, sy~em f~r the City of For-] make' provision for the pa~-" /to me tnompson car. /susan ~mr; ,Kard~,t.oU~, m thoro shall be issued lmont nf tho nrlnrinM and 1' . .~ --,wkarren }wct~troy, carol ~y- and hereby are issued Gen-I interest on said bonds as the~ l:audieim t~ases: I ers, rdrk Oat, Rhonaa rtas- ~.~, ""li--ation Waterworks s----^ " ~-^ ~--- ' ]!r Byron E. Sink, speeding, [ferty, Diane Rourke, Max Rnnd.~ of the City of For-] in-and e,llectin~r ta~ nn- ll~lO.00 and costs. [Smith, Janet Wagner, John ~-~-Kansas in'the nrin-]o~-l~'~ -~h-:-'~"~h~"'~--,:,~- II Charles 15 Young, speed-] Weltmer, Mike Zadina, and -%'=2~"-"ount of e6 000 0~0 rag, $15 00 and costs Gerald Morrell - nes A 1966 l) " . ." be designated Se" ,[ at the same time as other t~lcnara Larson, Improper l) -- under the provisions of See-] taxes are levied and collect'- [passilag/Kenne.$1~ool~Mlnard,'a~acostS.trans NOTICE fions 12-801 to 12-803 Kan-I ed, and said taxes shall be [! . . ; - -- sas Statutes Annotated and l paid to the City Treasurer, [Iporung a~con~mer~q~~ ~ A representative ofthe any amendments thereto, as provided by law. The pro- I;an open c,~ Social Security Administra- Section 2. Said issue shall reeds of said bonds shall be [land costs. . tion will next visit Mankato, consist of eight bonds, ! used and applied for the sole / ~oger A. Lame, no log Kansas on Thursday,May numbered from 1 to 8, inclu- purpose of paying the cost tbook, $5.00 and costs 5, 1966. Persons desiring in- sire, all of said bonds shall of the improvements herein" RCAVICTOR SPORTABOUT TV Elden F. Johanek, speed- formation are requested to ing, $10.00 and costs, call at the Courthouse be- James E. Cudeback; no tween 8:00 and 12:00. daily log, $5.00; inadequate Liberalized Retirement Test safety equipment, $10.00;Affects 1966 Eam~gs and costs. The new retirement test Ray J. Reed, driving while means that some may be intoxicated, $150.00 and eligible for benefits while costs, they are still employed, if : Anita L. Watson, no cur- you are past 65 and never4. $750.00 tentregistration plate, $5.00 made application for social 5. $750.00 and costs, security benefits, contact6. $750.00 your social security repre- 7. $750.00 Office of Co. Supt.: sentative at once. 8. $750.00 "Trouble is a great sieve INT. RATE MATURITY through which we sift our Republican Women Meet 5% November 1, 196J acquaintances; those who are too big to pass through The Northeast area of the are friends." First District Federation of Visitors and business call- Republican Women will era last week were: Melvin meet Saturday, April 30th at Rannebeck, Clerk, Chandler Ellsworth in the Presby- for School, Cawker City; Harry terian Church. Coffee and a e rer, Kindler, EsbonSchool Board; Registration at 9:00 a.m. sharper pmcture Glenn Bennett, Burr Oak; Workshop and panel discus- Mrs. Walter Marihugh, Es-)sion at 10:00 a.m. Robert ben; Mrs. Eva Wilson, Jew- Londerholm, attorney gen- ~vtu~(ove,a~.a. ~. ~ict~r* : ell; Mrs. Ray Burnham, Jew- eral, will be the guest spea- 19"tube(6~raHniag.) ell; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dav- ker at the box luncheon. Re- 172=q. in. pictu, " idson, Webber; Mr. and Mrs. servations may be made to Rose, Mankato; Earl Mrs. John Gust, 1218 Lin- Mrs. Bill An- coln, Ellsworth. A good at- :~ ~;~jdrews, Mankato; Mrs. Mel-tendance from Jewell Coun- be in the denomination of before described. Section 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be ir~ force from and after its pas-' sage, approval, and publica- tion in the Jewell County Record. PASSED AND AP" ROVED by the City C mncil this 20th day of April, 1966, Approved AND by the Mayor. knowledge of "our govern- JEWELL COUNTY, KAN- ment and rights, All these SAS, IN THE SUM OF I,] are included in the $6,000.00 FOR THE PUR* ' POSE OF PAYING FOR i ' :::~ 0)~ vin Bowersox, Mankato. ty is desired. ~5 ~" Citizenship education im- (Published in the Jewell a ~'~' plies the .development of County Record, Thursday, for a cle rer, I~OILLABOUT i. civic/ resl~nsibilities, social April 28, 1966) 3t T~ND : ~'~ competenciesi and the high' ORDINANCE NO. 36SWHAT WAS THE REASON? Messy hair, picture ~.c, Yictor est possible level of indivi- AN ORDINANCE AUTHO- 8~o~ TV. dual achievement. Good citi- RIZING AND DIRECTING kers, B. O. ? Don t let us happen to you ! How zenship training includes a THE ISSUANCE OF GEN- you fixed for blades, shaving cream, hair sh knowledge of heritage, tra-ERAL OBLIGATION WA, p0o, deodorants, toothpaste Stock up 172 ,~. in. mctur~ m-os~ ditions and customs, pat- TERWORKS BONDS OF," - riots, great documents, and THE CITY OF FORMOSO, Wagner s. City Clerk (Seal) $750.00 each and shall be dated May 1, 1966, become. due serially and bear in- terest as follows: NUMBER AMOUNT 1. $750,00 2. $75O.OO 3. $75O.OO Howard E. Patrick, Ma ATTEST: Phyllis Hurd