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i) PAGE 2B - , I 3rd Grade Brownies June Ramsey and Christi Murray held our flags while the ],'lag Salute and Brownie Promise were said. Games, were played while Teresa Seir- er prepared lunch of orange drink and cookies. We then made our Mother's Day pre- sents. We adjourned with tile Brownie Tunnel. --Reporter. Special numbers at the Es- ben Christhm Church were a piano solo, "Mystery of Life". by Mrs, Hillman, and a trurn- pet solo by Dale Dodd, ac companied by Mrs. Hillman. The alumni, parents and friends of the University of Kansas were invited to a party Thursday, April 27, at the 24-66 Cafe, Beloit, Kans. R. Keith Lawton, Vice Chancelh)r of the University, was guest speaker and Dick Wintermot~, Execu- tive Director of the Alumni Association, showed the excell- ent Centennial movie, "K. U.'s Second Century--. Misses Nellie and H~ilrtti~,. Ltrtz of Mankatn are among the alumni of .the University of Kansas. Gll Sceut Day Camp Thirteen day camps will be 1 held within the,- jurisdiction of the Central Kansas Council (if l Girl Scouts to serve tim ~:outs ! with summer camp expert-! etlees. I Day camping is exactly whati the name implies camping byI the day. The campers arriveI at the campsite sometime inI the morning and afternoon and spend five to six hours enjoy i ing activities suitable for the l out of doors. The Scouts return i home at night unless over- r~ghts are planned as part of the program__.~. ..... Highland By Me$. Dalbert Bird Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mechs- r~r of Red Cloud were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Claron Paxson. The Pax- sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Jel'fers at Esbon Satur- day. Several ladies from this com- m~vity attended the Mother- Daughter Banquet Wednesday ewm~g at Esbon. We were! very proud of our neighbor. ~ieki Kugl, er, Junior at q~ligh School, who pre-I seated a very lovely vocal solo at the close of the banquet program. This fine young lady has an unusua;ly lovely voice and we'll be watching her in the future. Keep up the good work. Vicki ! Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Meyer of Mankato were Monday vis- itors at Charles Love home. Mr. and Mrs. l,eonard Right meier and family of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Noller and family of Red Cloud were Sunday guests in the l,ove home. The Highlanders Extension Unit held their regular meet ;ng at Highland Center 'rhurs day afternoon. 'rile members !lean(!(l the building and work ed on the registration tabs for the District Extension meetin~ to be held at Belleville this ,'rid~ly. The May meeting will be set up a week early t(i May 18. It will be our annual hirth day party. A surprise birthday coffee was given for Mrs. Albert Rus s~,tt at her home Mortday morn ing. There were seven ladies present 1,o help her celebrah, her birtilday. Mrs. Russell has been hired to teach a rural ~('hool in Nebraska this fall. Mr. and Mrs. ,Jay Gillett and ramily visited her brother, Keith Smith, Mrs. Smith and family at the Andrew Smith home in Northbraneh. "rite Smith family reside in Saline. Mrs. Jay Gillett will be hos tess to Union Chal~l W.S.W.S, in her home this Thursday. Mrs. Alfred Andersen will be lesson leader. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. F'o||lz and family were Sunday even- ing guests in the Holliee Avi son home. They enjoyed home made i('e ('ream and cake. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne HamiL ton of Belleville were Thursday guestsin the , Rex Kugler home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman and John of Burr Oak calle(I at the Vaden Davis home Sun- da), evening. Mrs. Rex Kugh'r and Vicki were Saturday even ins guests at the Davis home. Becky Foutz accompanied the Aubrey Gass family to Hastings last Saturday. Mrs. Richard Gates and Jnni visited the Delbert Bird home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pruden of Cowles and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Minnick were Sun day afternoon callers in the Bird home. We hope everyone is used to the new Daylight Saving Time by now. The original reason for the time was ttY c0rls~rve IIII I [ _ I I I '~: 1968 PROPOSED BUDGET Ode~ma Township, Jewell County N~ott~'e is i'~bby given ,t~a~t on the 16th d.a,y of May, 1967, t~le T~vl~l~p Board of ~ T(~wl~shiD, Jewell C,()Url, l,y, Ka~l- ~, ~tlI meet at ithe Odessa ~hool ,l-I~use for the purpose ~f h~a,r~g ~nd ~ns~q'lnlr obje(.~tlor~ at" ,tax,payers relating trr f;hl I~ budget and for l~he purpose of eor~lderir~g aanend- ,to such Cltwenee S. You,rig, 'I~r~ee. &~oo~, ~l~rk. .A~le~ !R. Koops, 'lh'ea,~rer. Preee41ng ,Oun'eat Proposed GENERAL FUND Yt~r Year Budget I~xl~ndltures: 1000 1,96'/ 1968 Per ddem of tw, p. a.udltla~g ,board $ ~60.00 $ :~.00 $ 36.00 ,prenmm .................. 0.00 Offl~ 8ttpplte*s ............................ ,50.00 50.00 ~tkm exoense .................19~10 25.00 25.0~ Ma~ir~t~rmaxce of t~wr~hi.p hall ...... g.0~ 1,50.00 "lMt~ ~p. by tm, p. board' ..... $ 88.12; $14;1.60 $26.1.00 tt tpt.: l~i3ered Twp. Bal., 1-I .... $ a2.39 $179,20 $148.77 00. '~'e~. Aft)tinted Ba/.. 1.-'1 ..... 21.6q vatlolt'mn property tax ............... 103,53 112.23 l]a~m.ngl~le t~x ................................... 88.90 O~ ~amces . ..................................... 81.40 . .Tl;~,al l~pt~, Ir~l. 1-11, l~t~}. ~i~7..3~ $Ntg.q? $:161.00 : ~xperuai~t~u.res .......... i~.,1 ~ 14;1.00 2~1.00 f~,v~rd .............. $1~9L20 $148.77 ~EMETERY FUND Expenditures: T~t~d ]gxl:~t .ur~ .................... $1~3~t.47~K)O,O0 $400.00 Reoelpt~: r.1 ...... 07.3 ,38 .52 ~em ~y r, ax ................. 184.25 381,93 13.48 l,~O~l /t~ ~alor~'a Tax Red~u~tton., 6.02 '1~ l~eeipta, Ir~cl. II-1, t~l. $401,61' $7~6.52 $400.00 l~'~s: ,~xpendttures ......... 1,~t.4q 400.00 400.00 l~t01atltoe lmo~a rd .......... $~57,14 $3~.5,2 IPlg&lltlE DOG FUND E~nditm'es: Total Ex~nd~mres .................... $ 4~.40 $tqfi.0o $100.0o lgeoelpta: U~bered Twp. B~,I., 1-,1 ...... $325.31, $21~G~'1 $101.81 P,~etpts, Ir'tel. I'-,I. hal. $:1"25,21, $27~6.81 $191.8~I I.~: Exl~nditures ............ 4~.40 176.00, 100.09 foiw~a~'d ............. $276.81 $101111 larec_~d I r~g GENERAL FUND Year li~l~mltturea: l~6e Per diem of '~I:~. ~u~ng board, $ 30.00 O~flce ~t~les .................................. PttbHet~ion expense ........................ I~;00 Matl'~naa'u~ of tow~sMp hall ...... ~0.00 Pralrie ,D~ POLson ............................ 1'~.75 ~ by twO. bom-d ...... $~.a~, 1 1 I l~ff8 PROPOSED BUDGET Center Township, Jowell Cotmty Notioe is ,hereby gmren ,that on ~ ,16th day Of May, 1967, 1~ 'Ikm'~l~ Board Of Oer~tt~" To~rrsl~p, Je~tell COur~ty, Kan- ~1~ a~tll meet ~ IMl~m,k:~to City I-lat~, @:00 p.m,., for he pt~rpo~ of ~la~g .sald ~ertr, g er~e01~lons Of taxpayers relatit~g to proposed budget an~t for the pro-pose of cm~kterin~ mnend- lla~ ~ such bu'tlg~. O. L. Black. 'rmlst, ee. ~a Hanson, Clark. Bess Kr~mer. Treasurer. OuaTenl,Progosed Year l~udget '1~7 1968 $ 60.00 $ 6O.00 25.,00 25.00 35.00 35.00 Ul~lel~~ Twp. BaJ.., 1-i ...... SM,0:Sff ~/e~m p~'oo~rty~ ................ 34.~ t~l,~b~a tax .................................... lt~eelgt~, Inel, b-l, ~al. 18ff&96 Lem: ~ll~ml~bta, e~ ........... 424~I fforward ................ $45~1~ Flltlg lglJNl~ lg~qmnditures: Total Expeatll0ures .................... ~92.00 ~e~Mr~ ~ l~al, 1,-~1 ...... $ ~1~ Std velm'em ~ ,rex ................ ~.~ Ad vNiore~ '~ Reduct, ion 200.00 ~00.00 $32&00 $320.00 $46@ .'16$171.55 148.45 ~2.40 $4~1.55 $320.00 320.90 3'20.00 $171.56 $65"/.00 J,EWELL,, COUNTY RECORD,...MANKATO," KA.N...SA$ .,,,,,,-- rHURSDAY, MAY 4, IIIIII I electricity, l'ln stdl trylllg |,0 get the roosters to crow all hour earlier. After sevt,r;tl ni~hls last week of beh)w i reezing tom 3eratures,' it was about 82 de grees Saturday with high winds that keep blowin~ daily. Sun day evening we had another freeze with still n. moisture. We are hoping for sonl(, t, his wt'ek. Several families in this area have purch~sc(l their t)nhy chickens. With eggs currently at 19 cents per dozen, the pro fit in raising laying hens is very low. The howling team l'rom this area bowh'd ill Red (~loutl Nri day ev('ninK. Th(, hullos I)owh,(I also Ihill (,vtqlinLq Mrs. Gall Coh.)n and Mrs. It;ill)l| Ih)t)l()n xi'~ih,(I rclal.ives in A~ra Thursday. Mrs. W. G. llills returned For Tons of "sweet.eating" Summer Pasture P/ant INE I]GHIIM-SUDANGRASS HYBRID Tests Prove Cattle Prefer its Taste to all other brands Seed Immediately Available See or Call JEWELL, KANSAS Sunday from a two weeks' visit with her datJgl~ter, Mrs. Rich- ,wd l,ong, and Mr. Lo,ng and fannily. ! Visiting hours: 10:00 11:00 A. M.; 2:00 4:00 anti 7:00 8:01) P. M. Monday, April 24, callers of Mrs. ()lc;mna 'l'hr(mson w('r(' her daughter, Mrs. Marie Mor- ,'is, Karen Ross. and her ~l'eat ~_r;m(Ithm~hlt'r. I,e;l}~ Ioss. Mr. ,h)hn I,ov(, visited his ,w)~her. Mrs. lhltlie t~t)ve on 'ru(wdily. :Vii~s lh,h,n '\4(.(h~nmmn ('all ed Wedn,,sday evening on h(,] aunt Mrs. Ne/lie Shepherd. Mr .lira Conrad was a Timrs d;,, ,fternoon visitor of Mr. i hu'ry Wilbo('k. Mr. and Mrs. ,John Ferguson were Friday callers of his sis ter, Miss Alice Ferguson. Miss Edna Walker visited in lira Ih)me Saturday afternoon. 31r'.;. Will l,ag(,r-rcn came to see Mrs. Mattie Metz a hum her of lime~ last week. Mr. Vilas Freeman accom- panie(I his sister, Mrs. Newell Axtell, and Mr. Axtell to the I)(,me of his niece. Mrs. Burton Wilson. in Belleville Sunday. Mrs. Waur, da l)onahue ha:; vn;ide severul calls op }/er me lh('r, Mr:;. Gt,rtrude Fic,ro. rc i (:Dally I Miss Alice l"erguson was a Mrs. Jessie Graham visited[Sunday guest; of her brother, her mother Mrs. OleannallVh', John Ver~uson, and Mrs. Tbl'OllS/)l], SHILIrtlHv I/It)rnill~: A son, Mr. John Th'ronson, mid Mrs. Thronson called on her in the allernoon. Mr. .rid Mrs. Clarence Loomis, Jr. were Sunday nf ternoon callers of his father. Mr. Chirr,nee W. Loomis. Mrs. [A)OllliS illS/) visited SOIIIC O[ the ladies. Mrs. Ola C. Wilbeck attt, ndt,d Institute in Salina last week. 'J'he Institute was conducWd by Lawrence University and lh(' SLHI.(' 13o;lrd of lh'alth. Mrs. Bid Thompson & Mrs. 13(,ssie Van [)ust,n callt,d in lht. Homo Sunthly ;tftt,rnoon. IPhono for froo deUvery Just give us a ring and " .... we'll deliver right to your garage door. No clmrge whatsoever. l,'orgltSOll. Mr. and Mrs. Gone BarreH of Randall visited his mother, Mrs. Minni( Barrett, Sundayl afternoon. The Reverend ' Mr. Rose took charge of the April 30th chtu'('h service in the Home. ? K. G. BALL, ~wner ! ADVERTI ED IN . M 1 II III 1 ADVERTISED IN Has the easa, speed and safety of your kitchen range. Nothing to fill, spill, pump, prime, or flarel Bumlng time 4-6 houra per propane fuel cyllnder. ADVERTISED IN '11 :~T ~ "'V''T''O" ADVERTISED IN P A CHEF SAEE C. I[ll Has the ease, speed and safety of your 'tchen. range. Nothing to fill, splll, pump, prime, or flarel Burning time 4-6 houri ...,.. ~@qae per propane fuel cylinder, urvi v&~.=~ Blaok s Deoker. Y4" Deluxe Variable SPECIAL SPEC~AL alaoka ]99 PYREX* PYREX WARE set thor de so much ...yet costs so IIhl Iloke- Servo- Store -- all i one dish. Ava;Ioble Im Town & Country, Eorly Amod- con ond Turquoise, REG. $4.50 SPECIAL Limited Time Offer April 3=May 13, 1967 ADVERTISED IN ADVERTISED IN way, your stove old enough to be trouble me? can .save you money on a new tove - one that will save you 50% each day you use it. The new stove is modern and really costs less to operate. ADVERTISED IN I ADVERTISED IN CORNINGtWARE=[ ':'~ MENU-ETTE "EE'T"i , These kitchen he~pers off,, . I t or|ety Of uIeI: ! RANGE TOP COOI(IHe , OVEN BAKING ! , STORtNG LEFTOVERS I ' Three handy sizes I SPECIAL $9.99set I REG. $12.9F I SAVE $2.9 t tlmlted Time Offer ApriI,,3-Mey 13, 1967 I We New Table Cutlery is a labor saver and so nice to have when your friends call for a visit. We are making a very low price on it at this time. By a new Studebaker Car. JEWELL COUNTY'S OLDEST STORE