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FROM WHITE HOUSE Wint Smith received following letter from mident Gerald Ford who in Congress with her husband: THE WHITE HOUSE WAS H IN GTON May 4, 1976 Dear Mrs. Smith: Mrs. Ford and I were deeply saddened to learn of Wint's death, and we join in sending our heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. I have wonderful memories of my years in the Congress with Wint. He was a dedicated American, and a loyal friend. He was ad- mired and respected by all of us who served with him. While words can have little meaning in the face of your great loss, we just want you to know that our hearts and our prayers are with you during this difficult time. SiMnrCs . Wint SMith 320 South Lincoln Mankato, Kansas 66956 FROM RECEIVED MRS. WINT SMITH (Mrs. Wlnt) Smith a few of the many and letters she re- as testimony of the esteem in which her late was held. Prom former Senator Darby, Kansas City, "With the passing of beloved husband, the of Kansas and the na- have lost a very dis- and devoted ser- Edith and I are deeply as are Wint's many friends. But all of and find comfort great accomplishments Is lifetime, which remain his memory in hearts and minds. Our sympathy to you. Also, further expression of our we are sendingacon- in the amount of 1.00 to the American Can- Society of Wyandotte Wint was an outstand- individual, who accom- a great deal during his All of us are very to him for the out- work he did for the *rment of mankind. We i certainly lost averydear - we always considered and Wint to be two of our Keith G. SebeHus, of Congress: =Sin- regret I will not be to be present for Wlnt's Ruth and Pat Rob- cline because I had just gone have asked me to extend into newspaper work and was in my behalf. My prayers and thoughts axe with you. Wint was truly a great man and left a strong legacy of patriotic virtue." From former Governor Edward F. Am, Wichita: "Wint was my dear and loyal friend and his going from us leaves a great void in my heart - as I know it does with so many of his friends throughout the State and Nation. Our Wint rendered a great service to his State and Country- and you have the consolation that he had a full and honorable life and many, many friends. God bless you, my dear - and may you carry on as Wint would want you to do." From W. E. Lee, Smith Center, former editor of Smith County Pioneer: "Mere words cannot express my sorrow when word came of Wint's death. To me he was the greatest Kansan of his time, even the greatest American. No other man of my time ever spoke so clearly or so cour- ageously of what the course of this country should be. His death leaves a vacuum in statesmanship with no one so strong and so devoted to the ideals that made this country great. I admired him. For al- most 27 years his photo was before me on the wall im- mediately in front of mydesk. I expect that you know he of- fared me the job as his sec- retary when he first went to Washington but I had to de- sympathies along with obl~ated to a partoer. I have Am sending you Con-:r~6ften said that ~s offer'was Records with our the greatest honor tll~ ever Wint. Mrs. Ida Mae came my way." of my Salina office will From Major Arch Pritch- funeral services ard, Upland, Calif.: "I was really sorry to hear of the General's passing away. We were in Texas and did not re- ceive the information untilthe 4th of May, therefore was un- able to attend the services. I'm sure many of his boys, as he referred to us, were at the services, and that all like me lost a great friend. Be was truly loved and respected by all who had the privilege to serve under his command. The spirit that he instilled in all members of the 635th will live on until the last of us has passed through the opengate." Mr=. Edwin Holdren The Montrose United Methodist Church congrega- tion held a social-work meet- ing Tuesday, May 4, at the church. A pancake- sausage luncheon was enjoyed at noon with Mr. Morgie Sutherland a guest of honor as a belated birthday observance. Mr. Sutherland was in the hospital on his March 21st birthday. The group also made some needed improvements on the building and grounds, par- ticularly new linoleum for the kitchen. Miss Zella Slaughter took Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooks, Ontario, Ore., to lunch at the Thomas Care Thursday noon. The Brooks later left for Lo- gan to visit his relatives and friends before going on home. Miss Barbara and Miss Judy Hodgins, Belleville, call- ed on their grandmother, Mrs. Lulu Jacobs, Thursday morn- ing. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hndgins, Belleville, had left that morning to fly to Great Lakes Naval Training Base near Chicago to attend the graduation of Tom Hod- gins from boot camp on Fri- day evening. Mrs. Cecile Gardner and her brother, Mr. Tommy Briggs, Williams, Ca., were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken West, Randall. Miss Mabel Osborne of Courtland was a weekend guest of Miss Ethyl Dempsey. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore, Norway, were Sunday evening callers to see Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kinsey on May 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Page and Tom hosted a family dinner Mother's Day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lee of Mayetta, Mr. and Mrs. CHnton Reynolds, Dan and Darla, For- moso, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Za- dina and son, Salina, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kuhn and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dean, and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Page and sons, all of Mankato. Mr. Lee is Mrs. Page and Mrs. Rey- nolds brother. Mrs. Lulu Jacobs received a card from her grandson, Mr. Mike Jacobs, Tucson, Ariz., while he was attending the an- nual meeting of the Society for American Archaelogy last week. Mike, who is associated with Arizona University, was presenting a paper there. He is also the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler, Man- kate. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ja- cobsen, Formoso, called to see Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kin- sey Tuesday evening. Mr. Guy Holdren, Stockton, Calif., Mr. Charles Holdren, Jewell, and Mrs. Edwin Hold- ran were Wednesday luncheon guests of Mrs. Janet Wilcox and Jennl in Jewell. Mr. Guy Holdren left later that after- noon by bus to return to his home. He was called here by the death of his brother, Mr. George Holdren, on April 21. Full Line of Household Goods 12".30 P.M. Lunch on Grounds. Sale will be held one block North of the Grocery Store in Jewel], Kans. In case of rain, sale will be held in the American Legion Building. owner Cola. Ed and Slim Montgomery, Auetimme ENERAL REVENUE SHARING PLANNED USE REPORT Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local and state governments. This report of your government's plan is published citizen participation in determining your government's decision on how the money will be spent. No~e: Any complaints of in the use of these funds may be sent to THE GOVERNMENT ..........., of Revenue Sharing, Wash., D.C. 20226. OF ~t.IN~ UHK C 1/'~ - ---- "---- - ..... , v 6 -, CATFG--"~RIF---"~.~ -- "~B)~O--~ERA-~ ....... 7"---~-._~" SHARING PAYMENT OF I- FOH THE ~T--PERIOD, JULY 1, 1976 THROUGH ....... "" '"~" J MAINTENANCE ------t- ,.. DECEMBER 31, 1976, PLANS TO SPEND THESE FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSES SHOWN. / ~,/ ACCOUNT N , 17 ~ D45 001 $ $ $ "$ BURR OAK C ITb 169 C ITV CLERK BURR OAK KANSAS 66936 $ $ {ARIES $ I AGED OR POOR $ $ $ $ AND GOVT. $ $ $ a COM- $ ~IOMIC $ $ $ $ $ (D) Submit proposals for funding consideration by At uSt 1. 1976 tO ~.'.m*~. ~ T 1J~.AOO~_Ir_10 . A COpy Of this report, and v 4~.*~ ,s ,.e, v sup~O~tmg ;~ocumenrs. are open for public scrutiny at ffA11 UT'T. O$k. l[allsas (E) AS--StJRANC-ES(Refer to Instruction E) I assure the Secretary of the Treasury that the non-discrimination and other statutory requirements listed in Part E of the instructions accompanying this report will be complied with by this recipient government with respect to the entitlame..Dt funds reported hereon, Mr. and Mrs. George Sills, McCook, Neb., came Sundayto visit Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills. In honor of Mother's Day they took Mr. and Mrs.Quincy Sills to Belleville fordinner at the Kravemore 81. Mrs. Helen Huffman and .Mrs. Dora Howell, Meadow Vista, Ca., called to see Mr. John Fullerton Monday aRer- noon. They also called to visit Mrs. Agnes Cusic. Mrs. Cecile Gardner and Mr. Tommy Briggs, Williams, Ca., were Mother's Daydinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gardner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hold- ren accompanied Mr. and Mrs. David Wilcox andJenni, Jewell to Hays Saturday and were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meis and Brian. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Folsom and children, Belleville, stayed at the Holdrens. Brian Meis celebrated his 1st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kinsey and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dewey and Craig were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kinsey and family. . Mrs. Neva Cole and Mrs. Icel Haegert were recent call- ers to see Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cusic and Fred. Mr. Edward Hays, Arkan- sas, was a Saturday caller to see Mr. and Mrs.QuincySills. Mrs. Lulu Jacobs called to visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler in Mankato Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holdren and grandson, Brian Williams, were Friday even- ing visitors at the EdwinHold- ren home. Mrs. Mary Folsom, Eric, Debra and Susan, Belleville, were Saturday lunch guests of Mrs. Lulu Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dempsey and Heather, and Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Dempsey enjoyed Mother's Day dinner at the Bell-Villa in Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Ken "West, Randall, called to see Mrs. Cecile Gardner and Mr. Tom- my Briggs Sunday evening. Mrs. Lulu Jacobs enjoyed Mother's Day as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jacobs and Roger in Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Hold- ren and girls, Belleville, call- ed to see Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Holdren Sunday evening. Molly, Michelle and Jared Kinsey visited Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kinsey Monday af- ternoon. The officers of the Mont- rose Alumni met recently to make final plans for the ban- quet on May 29th. Those plan- ning to attend remember to send reservations to Mrs. Cecile Gardner by May 20 as they must notify those serving as to how many to plan for. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sawyer, Sr, of Fremont, Neb., and son, Richard, Jr., who is home on leave from the Air Force stationed in Germany, visited over the weekend at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Corbitt. Record Classifieds Bring Fast Results! JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 13, 1976 Page 9 - Section 2 Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Goff of Ness City spent Mother's Day with his mother, Mrs. Edna Goff. Lyle is superintendent of schools at Ness City. WANTED Custom Processing Slaughtering Jamestown Processing Co. (Formerly Hutchinson's Locker) 439-6311 - Phones - 43S4=$4 JEWELL, KANSAS Featuring "Billie Bob and The Belaires" e#. $2.00 Cover Charge We will sell the following for the Stella Patrick Estate at the town property site 2 blocks South of the Co-op Filling Station in Formoso venlng, Commencing at 6:30 O'clock This 80 acres of land lies in Vicksburg Township - located 6 miles south, 1 mile east, and % mile north of Formoso on the west side of the road. Legal Description: North 1/2 of the Southeast z, t of Township 4, Block 6, Vicksburg Township, Section 15. This land is rented at present to John Novak. The land has 20 acres of growing wheat and 31 acres to be planted to spring crop. The balance is prairie hay mow land. The buyer will receive % share of wheat at harvest time and of spring crop harvest at harvest time 1976, and of the prairie hay that will be baled in 1976. The Buyer is to receive possession of the wheat land after harvest 1976, and balance of the land March 1st, 1977. Taxes for 1975 were $154.02. The Seller is to pay 1975 and all prior taxes. The Buyer is to assume 1976 taxes, Terms of Sale are: 25% down day of Sale and balance within 30 days or as soon as a good Merchantable Deed and Abstract are furnished to the Buyer. The BuYer will have the right to have the Deed and Abstract examined. This property has 5 bedrooms with 2 upstairs and 3 down - with bath, all modern. Has partial basement and a garage. There is a nice large garden spot, The house is rented at present so it will sell with possession on 30 days notice. This property is located 2 blocks south of the Co-op Filling Station in Formoso on the west side,of a gravel road. Legal Description: Tract of land in the City of Formoso, Tract 29-80-31 in Northeast, Section 21, Township 3, Block 6. Taxes fot?1975 were $85.61. The Seller is to pay 1975 and all prior taxes. The Buyer is to assume 1976 taxes. Terms of property are 25% down day of sale - balance within 30 days or as soon as a good Merchantable Deed and Abstract are furnished the Buyer. The Buyer has a right to have the Deed and Abstact examined. Sale will be at 6:30 O'clock on'Saturday Evening. Aaron Murray, Auctioneer, Mankato, Kansas Phone 378-3974 Aaron Murray, Broker - State License Howard Patriek Power of Attorney Atorneys for the Estate are Noah & Harrison, P. A, Belolt, Kansas k~ 1 ! m w Y j .t -q i -- " "-"Rar~'3"-T]]]6-~-PlbitsV'e Print " - "Date ..... /