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to right: Eddie Wilson, Mike Dodd, Ralph Oz- Lange, and Chuck Zadina. b Makes Good At Belolt Relays Mankato Cougars, by Larry Dreiling and John Paul Jones, showing in the Friday, April 28. scored 22 points 5th in the B Class. Grove. with 33 points Smith Center was Clyde, third, and Le- boys scored Mankato: :Ozmun: 3rd in discus, 3rd in 440. Mike Grout: 2nd in high hur- dles, 4th in low hurdles. Leon Holh 3rd in half mile. 880 Relay (Mike Dodd, Russ- ell Lange, Mike Grout, and Ralph Ozmun): 3rd Mile Relay: (Eddie Wilson Russell Lange, Chuck Zadina and Ralph Ozmun) 2nd. The Cougars will go to Be loit Thursday, May 4th. to par- ticipate in the Northern League Meet. The prelhninaries stm't at 4:00 p.m. with the finals held under the lights. Hght, front row:. Roger Oplinger, GeOrlle Sea. Jim Varney, l ike Nulty, and Alan Birdseil. row, left to right: Bill Wilson, John Stoeber, Holdren, Coach Jim Krob, Ion Clawson, Steve and Rae Goodwin. Class BB At rs Jim Krob's Jewell won first place at Relays Friday in Jewell scored 54 easily outdistance second place with records were Alan Birdsell, 22'2%"; Roger vault, 12'1": 220 yard dash, Mike tied the low 20.9, which was held by R. Bass of yard relay, 1:35.3. The following Jewell athletes placed in the Meet: High hurdles: Varney, se- cond; Seamans, third. 100 yard dash: Nulty, second. 880 relay: First. Low hurdles: Nulty, first, Varney, fourth. 220 yard dash: Nulty. first. Mile relay: Third. Pole vault: Oplinger, first. Broad jump: Birdsell, first. Discus: Seamans, third. Javelin: Seamans, third; Op- linger, fifth. Jewell has an excellent track team and will be a prime con- tender for the state title this At Bololt Relays __.__ ~igh School, scored at the Beloit Relays, winners are shown; to right: J. Ander-: for second in high Jump, 5'8": Kenny Fogo, 2nd, half mile, 2:07.5; and Darrell Marr, first in mile, 4:47 and third in half, 2:08.9. Anderson and Fogo are sophomores and Marr is a senior. Superintendent of Schools at JeweH, and Belolt. The JeweU team won the Clue Mr. CheMnutt, the retired SuperintaMent tit Beloit, was,the founder of the Belolt Re- Ims bmm the mmouaeer at every one of tim Is a womlerhd meet ud E. M, Im Imm ter this wdl nmaqlal mmt. Burr Oak Scores 6 points At Belolt Relays Burr Oak scored six points in Class BB at the Beloit Re- lays Friday. Doug McNichols placed second in the 440 yard dash and the medley relay team (Gayle Jeffery, Dave Fearing, .Mike Harris, and Doug McNichols) placed 4th. In the 440, Doug was second tO Dale Alexander of Bogus, who set a new record of 49.7. Left to Hght: Pat Davlds(m, their father, Floyd Dav- Idson, and Carolyn Davldson. Pat, a sophomore, and Carolyn, a senior, are members of the Republic High School 440 relay team, which won second at Beloit with a time of 52.3. Abilene won first in Sl.4. Both times were better than the record. COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS APRIL, 1967 The Board of County Com- missioners, Jewell County, Kansas, met in regular session with the following present: Neal C. Harris, Chairman; Ray Dietz, Member; V. E. Tullar, Member; Robert H, Meyer, County Attorney; and Alvin C. Fall, Jr., County Clerk. ON MOTION THE FOLLOWING CLAIMS WERE ALLOWED: GENERAL Salaries & Wages Emma Kibbe 333.3-~ Alvin C. Fall, Jr. 430.00 Robert H. Meyer 341.6f Byron Rogers 466.60 Carol Ross 303.33 Carl A. Westin 418.84 Faye Anderson 375,0C Charles R. Murray 383.33 Eva Myers 242.00 Edith Heifer 242.00 Helen McCammon ' 231.00I Eva Rogers 242.00 Velma Cline 231.00 Esther Dauber 176.00 Aaron Murray 275.00 Nina McClure 109.20 Lucile Clark 200.00 Ardeth Wilson 92.26 Maxine Fall 25.00 Ray Dietz 179.25 Neal C. Harris 179.25 V. E. Tullar 179.25 Edwin L. Walker 700.00 Goldie Thorpe 210.00 Bernard Blair 232.50 Charles Harris 201.25 Patricia Hunter 52.50 Clara Hancock 31.25 Carl D. Murray 28.75 7111.61 Less Withholding 552.40: Less State Withhold. 82.35 Less Soc. Sec. 314.47 Less Retirement 160.05 Less School Retire. 25.99 Less B. C. - B.S. 83.00 5893.35 Administration Dir. of Intern. Rev. 552.40 St. Dept. of Rev. 82.35 State Contribution 314.47 Ks. Pub. Emp. Ret. 160.05 St. Sch. Ret. Board 25.99 Ks. B. C. - B. S, 8&00 121- .26 Commissioners' Mileage & Expense Ray Dietz 11,14 Neal C. Harris 45.89 V. E, Tullar 28.10 85.13 Legal Publications Jewell Co. Republican 4.71 Jewell Co. Record 4.71 Burr Oak Herald 4.71 14,13 Office Supplies & Equipment Samuel Dodsworth 59.80 Consolidated-Salina 48.~5 Samuel Dodsworth 9.90 Samuel Dodsworth 34.50 Jewell Co. Record 10.00 Tbe Sommer Badge Mfg. Co. 17.85 Central Typewriter Co. 102.93 Osborne Co. Clerk 4.96 Communications Service Co. 37.50 Royal Typewriter Co., Inc. 343.00 669.29 Telephone, Utilities '& Postage Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 201.39 The Gas Service Co. 252.25 City of Mankato 108.43 Byron Rogers 25,00 Charles R. Murray 25.00 Jewell Co. Clerk 150.00 Carl A, Westin 11,75 Coyote Bounty Ivan Johanek 162.00 W. Keith Pair 2.00 Ralph Russell ~A.00 .W.O. Eisbman 2.00 Charlle Andrews 6.00 Evart Vader 2.00 W. Keith pair 2.00 Billy J. Smith 88.00 Dennis Comb# '48,00 Charlie Andrews 1~.00 Glean Bennett B.00 , ,L O. R. Rohla 0.00 Ed Frank 16.00 Robert Isaac 148.00 D. D. Decker 74.00 Glenn Fearing 22.00 Wylie Blair 8.00 Glenn Paul 26.00 760,00 Jurors Robert Kemmerer 6.26 Mrs. Clare Schuster 8.24 Harry Sutcliff 5.00 Lee Sprenger 6.62 Wylie Kirkpatrick 9.14 Howard E. Edwards 7.10 Wayne Wilson 5,00 Arnold Colson 7.97 Gerald Lienberger 8.24 John Sink 7.88 Woodrow Wilson 7.88 Allen R. Keeps 9.14 Mark B. Kinsey 6.2q Harlow Watson 7.71 Joan Badger 6.2( Earl D. Leonard 5.00 James Wilson 6.44 Gerald Cash 8.24 Frederick Deibert 8.24 Raymond Joerg 8.06 Neolin Taylor 5.00 Philip Underwood 6.80 Lowell McNichols 7.34 Harold Morris 7.16 Lloyd Gardner 6.26 Lyman Rightmeier 6.5 Alfred Ross 5.00 Dwight Marr 8.51 Re;and Dethloff 6.08 Melvin Dahl 7.70 T. R. Smith 7.70 Raymond Crouch 5.00 Gene B8rrett 8.42 Garrett Phillips 8.15 240.38 Miscellaneous Gambles 1.90 Lehrling Chevrolet 48.27 Standard Oil Co. 163.14 Carl A. Westin 4.68 Betty K. Murray 28.00 Continental Oil Co. 2,79 Champlin Petroleum Co. 4.99 --------- Continental Oil Co. 36.99 Texaco, Inc. 37.00 Sinclair Refining Co. 10.77 Charles R. Murray 12.45 Larry McKinnis 35.00 Charlotte Murray 7,00 Aaron Murray 3,75 Charles R. Murray 66.00 Emma Kibbe 2.25 ------- Faye Anderson 2.25 Carol Ross 17.10 Alvin C. Fall, Jr. 24.70 Diamond, Menhusen, Nichols Agency 60.00 Kelso Chemical Co. 31.00 Jewell Plumbing & Heating 17.32 G, A. Crlstman 3.75 L. & B. Electric 7.83 Door Closer Service Co. 10.0S Kib-Kraft 3.75 Eva Rogers 4.80 Jan G. Banker , Sec. Tr. 45.00 Raney Exterminators 20,00 Robert H. Meyer 300.32 Manford Holly 150.00 Charlie H. Thorpe 5.00 Shepherds Citations 40.00 Raney Exterminators 5.00 Richard D. Loffswold15.00 1228.64 County Matching Social Security State Contribution 876.80 County Matching Ratlrsment Ks. Pub. Emp. Ret. 669,92 ROAD Salaries & Wages Gordon Alcorn Robert Badger, Jr. 442.50 440.00 234.00 297.00 310.20 310,501 iEdward Ball Lester Bausch Leo Birdsell Wm. Marshall Bishop Wayne Broeckelman 297.00 Wm. E. Butts 328.61 John H. Caylor 297.00 Dean L. Cline 341.25 James E. Compton 57.40 Wm. P. Dillon 311.36 John Frost 325.00 Donald Gering' 231.20 B. F. (]off 270.00 Paul Huffman 283.50 James M. Jensen 292.00 Robert Kugler 267.00 Wn . R. Logan .00 Vernon Marietta 300.15 Joy Michael 442.S0 Virgil Mohler 818.04 John D. Parsons &1&00 Theodore Powell U7.60 A. F. Reeker Carl L. Ross Pearl St. John, Jr. Doyle Shoemaker Richard L. Sips Duane Spatz Vaughn L. Stafford Edwin L, Stansbury Robert J. Switzer Frederick S. Thomas Harold Van Wey Lee Vestal Henry Wright Lyle Wright Melvin Zade Erma Dillon Less Withholding Less State Withhold. Less Soc. Sec. Less Retirement Less B. C. - B. S. Administration Dir. of Intern. Rev. St. Dept. of Rev. State Contribution Ks. Pub. Emp. Ret. Ks. B. C. - B. S Equipment SaUna Tractor Co. Humes Sales Co. Jensen's Texaco L. & B. Electric Superior Motor Parts 217.03 Truck Parts & Equipment 94,44 Coffman's Sinclair 3.50 L. J. Messer Co. 233.50 Bloomstrom Welding Service 175.00 Lehrling Chevrolet 24.51 Mankato Welding & Machine 44.00 Homelite 416.85 Foree Tire & Treading, Inc. 2325.42 Axtell's 25.10 Mark Kinsey 239.62 Martin Tractor Co. 2993.64 Broen Welding Supply, Inc. 156.82 Ross-Frazer Supply Co. 184.49 Waugh Oil & Gas 29.99 264.60 Continental Oil Co.48.72 252.00 [ Phillips Petroleum Co. 4.26 211.40 [ Standard Oil Co. 167.99 345.87 [Standard Off Co. $.1~ 970.00 IMankato Lumber Co. 49.20 331.20 [Jewell Co. Coop Aes'n. 212.88 346.50 ' 297.00 Contract 660.15 420.00 Republic Co. Highw.ay 318.60 Department 235.20 Mlscellaneeua 301.56 The Gas Service Co. 312.68 Gambles 326.97 City of Mankato 325"50 !Kar Klean Co, 220.00 Diamond, Menhusen, Nichols Agency 12202.89 Kar Klean Co. 978.10 Southwestern Bell 147.10 Telephone Co. 536.95 423.89 305.52 Socondory Matching ------"- Schwab & Eaton 9811.33 Special Bridge 978.10 A. W. Williams In- 147.10 spection Co. 530.95 Webster County 423.89 305.52 WELFARE 2391.56 Salaries & Wages Dorothy Borger 823.76 Gertrude Howard 56.29 Blanche Penner 1~7 22 Thorborg Russell ~'~'~[ Marllyn Sehaffer .... I Ross Hancock 9996.78 Materials Blauvelt Station 37.95 City of Burr Oak 48.00 Esbon Oil Co. 88.00 I 90.68 44.95 1 .98 37.20 5.50 628.00 9:20 25.05 762.99 550.00' 70.@ 167.75 238.15 341.00 557.00 436.00 468.00 231.00 250.00 Leah Badger 112.00 Lois Thronson 102.00 2487.00 Less Withholding 262.20 Less Withholding 42.80 Less State Withhold. 39.85 Less State Withhold. 6.15 Less Soc. Sec. 89.00 Less SOc. Sec. 27.31 Less Retirement 80.92 Less Retirement 16.00 Less B, C. - B.S.11.44 1911.33 Administration Dir. of Intern. Rev. 202.20 St. Dept. of Rev. 39.85 State Contribution 89.00 Ks. Pub. Emp. Ret. 80.92 Ks. B. C. - B.S. 11,44 Reserve Soc. Sac. 89,00 Reserve St. Ret. 91.04 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 12.96 Lungren Chevrolet s vl.ce , Consolidated-Salina 7.10 U. S. Post Office 15.00 Gertrude Howard 1.18 ConsoHdated-Salina 8.70 Salina Office Supply 2.00 Jewell Co. Co-op Ass'n. 20.87 Blancbe Penner 3.00 748.11 County Home Dir. of Intern. Rev. 42.80 St. Dept. of Rev. 0.15 State Contribution 27,31 Ks. Pub. Emp. Rat. 16.00 Reserve Sac. See. 27.31 Reserve St. Ret. 18.00 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 4.40 Raymond Seems 10.00 Ross Hancock 20.80 Boogaart's Store 233.58 Waugh Oil & Gas Co. 217.05' L. & B. Electric 30.90 City of Mankato 32.65 Raymond Seems 10.00 697.75 General Assistance -----General Assistance 150.00 Baxa Grocery 2&00 Western Power & Gas 2.83 180.83 Aid To Dependent Children Aid to Dependent Children 1485.00 Dr. Merwin Paterson 45.00 Norma Causby 50.00 Mrs. Verne Kennedy 21.38 1601.38 Old Age Assistance Old Age Assistance 10276.00 Mamie Mullins 23.00 Opal Tremble 1O.00 Megrue Funeral Home 20.00 Good Samaritan Home 76.00 Mrs. Ray McKanna 21.00 Megrne Funeral Home 250.00 Mrs. Guy Willard 8.~ 10684.00 Aid To Disabled Aid to Disabled 1497.00 Medical Assistance For Aged Inavale Care Home 821.00 Good Samaritan Home 140.00 Good Samaritan Home 590~00 Cozy Corner Home 157.50 1708.50 BINDWEED Salaries & Wages Don Modlin 400.00 Mary E. Modlin 176.8___..~0 jzwr cotnv UCOnD Thursday, May 4, 1MY Pie 6 - & q tt I Less Withholding Less State Withhold. Less Soc. Sac. Less Ret/rement. Less B. C. - B. S. m.m 48. 1 .00 ~.76 486.M Administration Dir. of Intern. Rev. 48.00 i St. Dept. of Rev. 8.M State Contribution 25.28 Ks. Pub. Emp. Rat. l&00 Ks. B. C. - B.S. 28.76 Johnson & Platt Service 40.30 Don Modlin 181.~ Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 10.~ Mike Modlin 1.50" Charles Modlin 1.~0 Lehrling Chevrolet I.~ 316.0~ CARD OF THANKS' We want to express our thanks to everyone who came and helped when our home was on fire. And a special thank8 to the Randall, Formoso an~ Courtland. Fire Departments, who responded so quickly. May, God bless each of you. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Eugene Dut~tan and children Mr and Mrs. Floyd Dunstan. . ,', |, , ~ . Mr. and Mrs. Otto Seyb0~d of Cozad, Nebr. visited ov~ the weekend at the home their daughter, Mrs. Walter Rourke. Mr. Rourke and faro- A S ep Forward Corn, Grain Sorghum, ~ Sorghum, Alfalfa Leslie Nelson Courtland, Kansas .FR 4-J4~ The heirs of A. C. end UIIian Gordanler will off- er the following deudbed real estate at publlo am- lion to the highest bidder 3 miles west and 1 mile north of Randall or $ miles East and Va mile south of Jewell. LEGAL DESCRIPTION That pm't. of the Southeast Quarter (BETA) Of seetinn Th/rty.threa (00). Township Four (4) South, Range Srven (7) West, lyin~ south of the Missouri Pacific Railroad rlght-of.way (about 190 seres); Subject to all reservations, restrictions, easemeBts and r/sht-o~-way M rec- ord and subject to all other visible emmment& This unimproved 130 acre farm has a 1967 wheat base of 82.6 acres with a 26 bushel normal yield, a feed grain base of 37 acres with a 50 bushel normal yield, 7 c nserving acres, 127 acres of cropland, and 93 acres of good growing wheat planted, TRACT TWO LEGAL DESCRIPTION That part of the North Half of Southwest ~uarter (N~ of 8W~) lying south of the Mismurt Pacific Railroad rtght.M.Wa~ in Bectt(m Thirty-four ($4) Township Four (4) South, Range Seven (7) West (about $ acre). This unimproved three-acre tract is located across the road ____. from Tract 1 and is 'oil in cultivation. Buyer will receive a quit claim deed and no abstract. TERMS AND POSSESSION 28% down on day of sale and the balance when abetraet and deed showing merchantable title has been delivered t0 the purehaNr. Buyer will receive landlord's ~ share of the Pre~nt growing wheat and posmsion of the wheat land after the 1~7 wheat harvest. Buyer will receive landlord's zA share of the 1907 feed grain crop and any future feed grain payment& Po~eeslon after the 1967 mile Real estate taxes for 1966 and all prior years have been paid by the Nlkn's at 2:00 P.M. B ie will be he&t et tha City 18 1 In RsndeiL geame SELLERS: J. P. 8TINBON, ADM. Randall Kuua RANDALL NATIONAL BANK, CLER~ and F.~row Agent Wet nar - WeUme Woltmot, Aitomo15 M~ gsaJBs |eb Coudu ed by Col. Gerald Zlmmer, AmdiOnea~ cad Limmsed Rmd Ibmte Ikdesman Pb. PSI4010. Bele J I - J I Aueflonear'e Ne~et faro have seed prnduc l(m ! re mh loeated in a m "-- Lima i munit~. All e U I t iv'atod are I ttln hard to find, io if intlulted in knd look owe.