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in My Heart', -~ Rodgers and engagement of their daugh-land Mr, and Mrs. Joe Rein- A Hart, and ',li Believe" - ter, Lois Lyn, to Sp, 5 qar-]ert and Paul ate Mother's [nrm Drake, GrahaL~t, Shirl and ence L. Tyler, son of Mr. &[Day dinnerat Pete's Cafe in F:V~~ ~ Stillman, sung .by Mrs. John Mrs. A, L. Tyler of Mankato, [Smith Center. ~ Perdue. Sandru Wilson ac- Kansas. Sp. Tyler is present- [ Mr. Wiebe, the Esbon companied Ci:vMy and Mrs. iy serving with the U. S.[Grade School pincipal and CALENDAR Marvin Waike~ accompanied Army in Germany. [eighth grade teacher, put on Mrs. Perdue. Mrs. Yasmer three one-act plays Friday May 12-- Club, Mrs. V. L. Mieahael Mrs. Chet ton Birthday Par- ty, Mrs. G. L. Cristman May 13--- Clio Club, 12:00 Lunch- eon, Buffalo Roam House, Mrs. Hale May 17--- Legion Auxil- May 18--- U. B. WSWS May 19-- Neighbors Club, Buffalo Roam Room, Mrs. Ramey Club, Irbie :Hanson [ Flower Lovers Club, Elsie I Howard Bee Club, Beulah t ~makfast Modern Minerva Club entertained guests Annual May Break- morning, May p Hall of the Church. The long laid with color- cloths and decorated izi Lg spring Arrangements crab apple tul- spirea were used room. The club Mrs. Lowell Yas- the guests r members and asked to introduce Mrs. J. C. LeBow, of the entertain- presented program: vocal Fillette" - J. B. n and "May Day sung who re- Minerva Club Music Audi- of the winning p by Lin- Also Linda's essay in the sponsored contest her to a trip D. C.; and "There's a Song then turned t'he gavel over to Mrs. Keith Anderson president for the coming year, who a~onounced the new committe~es. The break- fast was served by the Don- na Circle of the W.S.C.S. Hostesses were Mrs. Clifford Jones, Mrs. O. K. Fearing and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. Kiltie Club Entertained Mrs. Bradley Judy enter- tained the me~nbers of the Kiltie Bridge Club at her home Thursday evening, May 5. Mrs. Clifford Jones was a guest. :Refreshments were served by the hostess. Small vases of pansies cen- tered the table~s. The high scores .were v~'on by Mrs. Jones and Mrs. F. W. Boyd, Jr. The next meeting will be May 19 at The Buffalo Roam Party Room witch Mrs. Char- les Ramey entertaining. Thursday Evening Bridge Club evening using his class of . twenty-two pupils, and the were outstanding. I think . anyone attending thought the evening very worth- while. The casts were well Mrs. Wilbur Obert Jicked and knew their parts. We are happy he is return- Odessa 4-H met at the ing next year, as he has done Westbranch school Monday an outstanding job with his morning, school. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Young Memorial Services at visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Odessa will be May 29 at 11 Mullen of Red Cloud on a.m. Sunday school will be Tuesday evening, at 10 a.m. that Sunday only. Odessa Aid met with Ruth Mr. and Mrs Jim Gouldie Obert on Thursday after- and family were Sunday af- noon. Not mentioning any ternoon callers of Mrs. Edith names, but one lady found Johanek. The Thursday Evening Mr. and Mrs. Sam Obert. Frid, ay evening. Bridge Club met May 5 at Sunday dinner guests of ]VIr. and Mrs. Bill Richards the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Henry Kellers were Effie emd sons and Mrs. Gladys L. Black. All members were Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Callaway of Hastings were present. The 'high score Kattenberg, and Mr. an'd Sunday supper guests of Ed prizes were won by Mrs. Mrs. Mike Young and chil.d- Clarks. Lena Monbeck and Clyde ren. The former Bonnie Phil- Suchsland. This was the last Audrey Young was b~ost- lips, daughter of Chester meeting until fall. ess to a Stanley partyfWed- Phillips and granddaughter nesday evening and wfe went of the John Phillips', from Engagement Amaounced on a scavenger hunt. Audrey Ashton, Idaho, visited Wed- found a sack of the v.rticles a nesday evening at the John Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sim- mons announce the engage- ment and approaching mar- riage of their daughter, Mar- garet, to Bruce McCullogh of Clay Center. Margaret is a graduate of Burr Oak High School and the Salina Beauty Academy. She is now employed at Washington, Kans. Bruce is a graduate of Clay Center High School. He is employed by Boogaart's as the Meat Market Manag- er at Washington. A June wedding is being planned. Engagement Announced Sp. 5 and Mrs. Dale Dunn have announced TOP OF THE CLASS CAR / / FROM WACONDA MOTORS! CORSA COUPE 4 Spd Telemcopic wire wheels, 6228 actual miles; f~ctory 88 Holiday, P. S P. B Air and All; 1 local owner OLDS 98 4-Dr. Air and all, 1 local owner, fae- warranty. Impala 4 dr. HT never been titled; new IMPALA Conv red and white top, nice. CHEV. Impala 4 dr. Sedan. Power & Air. Bel Air 4-Door 6 cyl. Std. Super Sharp. 4-door Catalina IMPALA 4 Dr V-8, AT, real nice, $~0; V8; AT; Real~ nice. fully equipped. 25,000 Super Sharp. IMPALA Cony. white with white top; sharp. Spt. Cpe. V-8, AT, double sharp. V-8, AT, PS. Super 4-dr. air and all, like new. ) RAMBLER 4-dr. Sedan; low mileage; one local 4-door, 6 cyl. overdrive, clean. LeSABRE; 4 dr.; really a good car. Spt. Cpe. V-8 Sharp. SPECIAL -- SPECIAL CHEVROLET 2-Ton, 2-speed--box and hoist . . $1895.00 V-$ 4 spd nice pickup $1095.00 OTHER CARS TO CHOOSE FROM TRUCKS 15'6" Steel box and hoist, like new. ton Heavy Duty, V-6; 4 speed. 13'6" Knapheide Box and Rack 1 ton Duals 10' Box, Rack i CHEV. 2-ton box and hoist, 2 speed Ton, 4 Spd. OTHER TRUCKS AND PICKUPS "t ! ,ii iii Howard Reece, Lyndon Booz Bill Ludwig, Orval Range, John CAWK kNSA fishing very good that day. The Esbon CYO had a Saturday supper guests of hayrack ride and a barn Mike Youngs were Mike's dance Sunday evening at the sister, Vera Richter of Stras- Charles Bergman home north burg, Colo and his niece of Lebanon. They report a and husband of Denver and fine time. their family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jo- Larry Heath and children, hanek and family called on The Heaths are moving to Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Van Wey Atlanta, Ga. " Sunday e~'ening. Sunday dinner guests of Glady~ Callaway and Eva Wilbur Oberts were Ronnie Dee of Hastings attended the and Donnie Whelchel and i8th glade plays at Esbon on Phillips home. She is now Mrs. Carl Bates. She and her husband and year old son spent the night with the Phillips'. The little great grandson celebrated his 1st birthday May 5 but they had the party May 4. Paul Frost also had a birthday on the 5th so they celebrated them together. Others attending the party were Mr. and Mrs. John Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frost, Ruth Colson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marihughs, and the hosts. I didn't hear which birthday of Pauls it was but I imagine around 39. NFO News Ike Eilert Have you called Pres. -" Westbranch Card Party is Johnson or written him yet Saturday night at 8:00 p.m. concerning his recent devas- The Junior-Senior Prom at tation of overall farm pro- Esbon was held Saturday fits? If not, you can do your- evening. Th6 Jtlnio~s did a self and your neighbors a wonderful job of decorating good turn by doing so this under the supervision of Mr. week. Don't think your let- McKinnis, their sponsor. The ters aren't doing any good. A Juniors' mothers, under the letter from Sec. Freeman to chairmanship of Betty Jo- Sec. McNamara (of the ar- hanek, cooked and served my) made public, states that the meal. The muu muu girls the Defense Department will who did the serving might probably resume it's pork not have been the most buying soon. The mere men- adept but they did their best. tion of the army's probable The only thing that marred purchases kicked hog and the Prom was a car accident cattle prices last week. We that kept Lee Kriley and have seen Washington talk Sharon Flavin from attend- the price up and down in the few days later st(ll intact. We had a wiener roast fol- lowing and a lot "of fun. Mrs. Banks is certa;,rfly a glutton for punishme ~t to put up with all the ribbing she gets from that g, toup. Ricky ~nderwood was a Wednesde~y overnight guest of Ronni.e Young. The Home Economics classes, under the supervis- ion of "Mrs. Dwight Frost, of Esbor). will hold their annual Styl z Revue this Friday nigb.t at 8:00 p.m. Everyone wel,come. Judging from the m0ny fine shows this group he,s had in the past it will be '$~orth while and interesting. E. These girls turn out some the very fine garments each year. ing. Sharon is still in the Red last few weeks. Forget about Cloud hospital with severe Supply and Demand. We far- facial cuts. Lee was checked mers furnish the supply and and released. Everyone was chainstores manipulate the thankful it was no worse, demand--with the crushing Doris Matousek was a influence of Washington al- welcome visitor at Ruth Ob- ways in the background. erts, Tuesday morning, shar- Why did Pres. Johnson, ing Some of her flowers with personally, announce the me. 15% acre increase in wheat? Rhoda Keeps, Lena Mc- We are riding him so hard Cleery, Ethel Thomas and that he thought we might Margie Marihugh attended forget his latest salvo he the District Homemakers dealt us. My wounds aren t meeting Monday afternoon healed yet and I hope yours at Beloit. aren't either. When you Mr. and Mrs. Alien Keeps write him, mention the fact visited Sinnie Boeskooi at that had hogs risen in price the Concordia hospital Wed- since 1947 proportionately nesday afternoon, to steel; hogs would be Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kra- worth 60c a pound today. mer have made several trips Had hogs risen to 64c a lb a this past week to see her government price roll-back mother. Sinnie is staying in would have been fair in a motel near the hospital light of inflationary forces and going daily for treat- at work. If you didn't get ments. Joe is staying there, 60c a lb. for your hogs (live too. We are all hoping for weight), why don't you help from this therapy, write to Pres. Johnson and I visited my parents Wed- ask him in plain English nesday morning at Osborne i just what's going on? and they had been in an auto! In view of what has been accident Monday evening: going on in Washington, They don't seem to be hurt aren't you getting weary of but their car was a total being bought and sold by wreck, bureaucrats who don't even Buri Hall returned to CaW know bacon comes from fornia to his Navy Base, hogs? The only way we can leaving here Tuesday by cari get out from the shackles of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Axtell government fumbling and and daughter of Denver, bungling and chainstore Colo were Wednesday din- dictation in the wholesah ner guests of Joe Reinerts. Joe stayed with these people several years ago while working there. Last Wednesday evening, returning from Youngs, we saw a mother badger carry- ing a baby badger across the road. They are certainly a cute little animal. It was the first one I had ever seen, Congratulations to David department is to organize. Your future depends on it. National Farmers Organiza- tion is the ONE far.m organ- ization working in the mar- keting field, ONLY. Our work is not hampered by en- trenched business interests and we are non-political. We each of the years 1984 fight only for a fair price, to 1986, inc. Fair prices are your business Interest will become due too. LET'S GET TOGETHER. and payable on the first day of February, 1967, and New Editor of Jewell thereafter on the first day of Republican August and the first day of February in each year until Wayne Lingg of Cawker )aid. Both principal and in- City is the new editor of the terest on the bonds will be Jewell County Republican. payable at the Office of the He took charge of the paper State Treasurer in Topeka, May 2. Kansas. Wayne has been working Each of the bonds becom- MAY to 1979, inc [reject any or all of the bids. to Clyde Reed, President of 55,000 on August 1 inI The bonds, printed, the Board O~ Educati0~i of each of the years 1980lexecuted and registered, lUNWIED SCHOOL ])[ST- and 1981,' [x~ill be furnished by the is- RICT NO. ~78, Jewell Coun- 60,000 on August 1 in[suer and the bonds will be ty, Kansas. each of the years 1982 I soid subject to the legal and 1983, opinion Of Cosgrove, Webb Clyde Reed, PresiO nt 65,000 on August1 in & Oman, of Topeka, Kansas,Board of Education UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 278 Jewell County with his father, Warren ing due from August 1, 1979, Lingg, at Cawker City since to August 1, 1986, inclusive, he returned from service will be redeemable at the with the navy after World option of said Unified War II. Wayne and his wife, School District on August 1, the former Marilyn Koster, 1978, or on any in- equipping, furnishing, re- of Cawker City have four[terest-payment date there- pairing, remodeling and children. Wayne, will drive[after which is prior to their making additions to school- back and forth from Cawker[originaily-stated maturities, houses and other necessary City until schooi is over this [at 101% of par plus accrued buildings for elementary and spring. [interest, notice of such re- high school purposes. The Wayne is an experienced'demption to be given not bonds will constitute the ~rinter and understands the[less than thirty (30) days general obligations of the complete operation of the prior to the date for which Unified School District pay- weekly newspaper business, call is made by publication able from taxes levied upon His wife, Marilyn, who will thereof once in the official all of the tangible taxable work at the office, has had state paper of the State of real and personal property experience in the newpaper Kansas. in said School District. business and will be a val- The interest rates will be The assessed valuation of uable partner for her hus- supplied by the bidder at all tangible property of the band. lowest rate or rates at which School District for the year Miss Sharon Means, the!he will pay not less than 1.965 is $6,670,000.90. The experienced linotype ope-'par and accrued interest. Unified School District has rator, will continue to work Not more than four (4) dif- no bonded debt, and its to- at the Republican office, ferent rates shall be spe- tal bonded debt includu~g Everett and R. L. Palmer cified in any bid and one the bonds submitted for bids will assist the Linggs while rate ,shall apply to all bonds will be $950,000.00. they are getting familiar of the same maturity. Each A good faith deposit by with the operation of the 'interest rate specified shall cashier's or certified check Republican. be a multiple of one-eighth in the amount of 2% of to- or one-tenth of one percent, tal par value of bonds shall EVANGELICAL UNITED Each bid shall specify accompany each bid, and in BRETHREN CHURCH the total interest cost to the case a purchaser whose bid Paul Life, Minister issuer during the life of the is accepted shall fail to bond issue on the basis of carry out his contract or Morning Worship Service, such bid, the premium, if purchase, the deposit shall 9:30 a.m. Sermon, "What Is any, offered by the bidder, be forfeited to the School A Christian?". and the total net interest District. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. cost and the average annual Proposals should ]Se made Wednesday, May 18, WS- net interest cost to the is- WS Meeting, 2:00 p.m. suet on the basis of such bid. Clarence Proctor and Ted It is understood that the Houghtaling caught two issuer may rely upon the large channel cat at Love- representation as to the total well Lake Monday. They net interest cost in awarding officially weighed 11 and the bonds to the successful 10 lbs. at the Lovewell bidder. Subject to rejection by the State School Fund Marina and have been of- Commission, the bonds willI ficially entered in the fish be sold to the highest and catching contest, best bidder provided that the Frank Moyer's Shetland issuer reserves the right to mare had a colt Saturday, May 7. The mare weighs 310 lbs. and the colt weighed 24 at birth. ,r (First Published in Jewell County Record, Thursday, May 12, 1966) 2t NOTICE OF BOND SALE $950,000.00 Site, Building and Equipment Bonds of UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 278 Jewell County State of Kansas (General Obligation Bonds) Written sealed bids will be received by UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 278, Jewell County, State of Kansas, at 8:00 o'clock p.m. Central Standard Time, on May 25, 1966, at the Office of the Superintendent of Schools at Mankato High School in Mankato, Kansas, for the sale of $950,000.00 in principal amount of Site, Building and Equipment Bonds, Series A-1966, of said Unified School District, at which time and place said bids will be publicly opened. No bid will be considered at a price of less than par and interest accrued on the bonds to the date of the pay- ment therefor by the pur- chaser. The bonds will be dated May 1, 1966. The total par value of the issue is "~5~ ,q99 90. Ti~e b~!s will be coupon bonds in deno- minations of $5,000.00 each. whose unqualified approv- ing opinion will be furnish- ed, and that and all services respecting the issue will be paid for by the issuer. The bonds will be delivered to the purchaser at any bank in the City of Topeka, Kansas, to be named by the bidder or, at purchaser's expense, at any other bank, on or be- fore July 15, 1966, and the :successful bidder will be no- 'tified definitely of such'date. The proceeds of the bonds, will be used for the purpose ,of providing funds for pur~ chasing or improving a site j of. sites and constructing, The bonds will mature: [ $20,000 on August 1 1967,[ 30,000 on August 1, 1968, I State of Kansas ~(First Published in Jeweil Co. Record, Thursday, May 12, 1966) 3t State of Kansas, County of Jewell, "ss: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Es- tate of Gee. E. Teeple, de- ceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned" You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Opal A. Teeple, executor of the will )f Gee. E. Teeple, deceased, praying for a final settle- ment of said estate, approv- al of her acts and proceed- rags as executor, and also praying that the court deter- mine the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the estate and assign the same in accordance with the 'will of Gee. E. Teeple, deceased; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses ~hereto on or before the 3rd day of June, 19fi6, at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day, in said court, in Mankato, Kan- sas, at which time said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. OPAL A. TEEPLE, Executor-Petitioner. ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (Seal) Probate Judge. Relihan, Relihan & Relihan, Attorneys for Petitioner. 35,000 on August 1 in each of the years 1969 and 1970, 40,000 on August 1 in each of the years 1971 to 1973, inc 45,000 on August 1 in each of the years 1974 to 1976, inc 50,000 on August 1 in each of the years 1977 FORMOSO FIREMEN'S BENEFIT TURKEY SUPPER -- MAY 14, 1966 At The School Auditorium Start serving" at 6:30 p. m. Door Prize Adults - $1.00 -- Children under 12 - 50c LOVEwELL ALUMNI BANQUET Lovewell Auditorium, 7 p. m. Saturday, June 4 Advance Tickets $1.50; At the door $1.75 I'ickets may be purchased from one of the following: Art Ferguson Bruce Ayers, Butch 4, O THAT WERE IN OKLAHOMA WHEAT LAST : MONTH, HAVE MOVED INTO NORTHERN KANSAS, AND HAVE SHOWN UP IN JEWELL COUNTY. SOME FIELDS ARE RATHER BADLY INFESTED WITH . ~ ! AND ARE IN THE PROCESS OF DOING DAM- AGE. SPRAYING WILL BE STARTED IMME- DIATELY. ARE NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH ENGLISH GRAIN APHIDS. FOR FURTHER INFORMA- TION, CONTACT MANKATO FEED & SEED AND-OR YOUR COUNTY AGENT There will also be av.a,ilable 2 men, who hav worked the past 15 years with GREEN BUGS IN OKLAHOMA. THESE MEN WILL BE ABLE TO ASSIST yOU IN CHECKING YOUR FIELDS AND IDENTIFYING GREEN BUGS. a [ "i ~.'