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May 21, 1964     Jewell County Record
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Jewell Co. Pa~x~f, ~gam~ato0 ~ . ........................... Thursday, May 21, 196'~ ~*-,,~--,,,,~,,~-.,-,*,,~ F~ore~l acid ,N, ancy of ~Yla~m, l~rs. Lowell l~eN.k~h~ls arid forn~y. ~ayne, hMr. and :M~s. Armo}d ,l~3ss Pasa~tene, Ca~. ,ivl_r. and M.r& Rayn~ond Jeer.g, Mr. t ~VI~s. .Helen ~VI~Ni~o~s and a'r~ fatally, Mr. ,and ~Yla-s. Raj, mo~]d ~Ir. a~d Mrs. J. ~. l~ers FORMOSO .NEWS i~ ,Smve~a.nd ci R~a~H, M.r. a~d grandson, Dougl,~s'Mc~Nich~l,s, sp'a~,t Leece amd l~n~rd, arid ~{M~s. A&na girls of ;Salina sparer the Mrs. M~Avm J~g, ~Mrs. Enm~a %he week-end in Wichita vising I~inyo,n of Superior wea't %o St. w~ ,Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Powell. VACATION SPECIALS BUY NOW WHILE THE SELECTION IS GOOD These cars have been checked and serviced. They are ready to go. Prices have been reduced. Come in : and look them over. 1963 FORD RANCHER0 ............................... 1695.00 Big 6. Fordomatic. Tinted Windshield. Padded dash. Seat belt. Tutoned. Side mirror. White wall tires. Still in factory warranty. Give this one a try 1963 FALCON DELUXE FORDOR .......... 1845.00 Big 6. Fordomatic. Tinted Windshield. Padded dash. Seat belts. Side mirror. Radio. Backup lites. White walls. Still in factory Warranty. See and drive this one. 1963 GALAXIE FORDOR .................................. 1995.00 Radio. Heater. 13,000 miles. Still in factory war- ranty. Save money with this one. Economy six. 1963 GALAXIE 500 TUDOR ....................... 2395.00 390 VS. Stick shift. Beautiful black, all vinyl in- terior. New white walls. Studio sonic radio. Tinted windshield. Padded dash. Belts. Like new. o 1" Still in factory warranty. Try this one ~o_ real 1962 GALAXIE 500 FORDOR .......................... 1795.00 Sharp tutone. Beautiful interior. 352 V8. Cruise-O-matic. Tinted windshield. Radio. White walls. Seat belts. Checked and Tuned. Road test- ed. One owner. You will like this one! FORDOR ................................... 1445.00 Big six. Fordomatic. Radio. Padded dash. Tinted windshield. Back-up lites. 6.50 white ~walt tires. low mileage. Like new condition. Do your- a favor, don't let this one get away. FAIRLANE FORDOR ............................ 1245.00 " Radio. Stick shift. Economy six. Excellent tires. Very cleean. Low miles. Tinted glass. Lots of room a~d economy too. Try it. 1961 FAIRLANE TUDOR ................................ 1095.00 Economy six. Stick shift. New brakes. New heavy duty shocks. Excellent white wall tires. Local one owner car. This one will serve you well. 500 FORDOR ..................... 975.00 VS. Stick shift. Radio. Seat covers. Wheel covers. Hood ornament, Etc. A very well eared for ear. Former owner will recommend this one. 1959 FORD FORDOR ................................... 875.00 Anoother very nice local, new car trade-in. Low mile& Economy six with overdrive. Radio. New battery. Tinted Glass. Tutoned. Clean. Get cpm- pact economy in a big car. 1958 MERCURY MONTCLAIR FORDOR 695.00 Fushbutton transmission. Radio with rear seat speaker. Tinted glass. Padded dash. New battery. Beautiful luxury sedan. Shows good care. If you like them nice, see thi~ one. 1958 FAIRLANE FORDOR ........................ 695.00 Big V8. Fordomatic.. Tutone. Radio with rear seat speaker. Clean interior. Excellent tires. Good looker and runs like mad. 1958 RANCH WAGON FORDOR .................. 695.00 Big V8. Fordomatic. Radio. Tutoned. Tinted glass - Load leveler shocks. 18.00x14 tires. 3A cam- shaft. - Real seat wagon-Drives beautifully. Good tight body. Ready for fishing, vacationing, etc. 1975 FAIR~NE 500 FORDOR ..................... 495.00 V& Fordomaici Radio. Tinted Glass. Padded dash. A beautiful car. Excellent tires. Mileage a bit high but runs good. Give it a try. 1955 CUSTOM RANCH WAGON ................. 545.00 One owner and very well kept. You will look a long time to find an equal. Six cylinder with For- demotic. All vinyl trim. Roof luggage rack. Bet- ter hurry. 1955 NASH FORDOR ............................................ 275.00 New pistons, Rings, and bearings. You break it in. 1954 FORD CLUB COUPE ................................ 295.00 Good running 6 cylinder. Stick shift. New front seat cover. New brakes. We drive it every day. Dependable and clean. Excellent tires. 1953 FORD V8 FODOR ................................... 97.50 Overdrive. Runs OK. Fair titles. Tinted glass, 1952 FORD 6 TUDOR _~ ....................................... 97.50 Stick shift. Motor a bit loose but runs OK. STATION ........................................ 49.00 tires, Radio, Overdrive. Starts and runs can turn it on. 1950 CHEVROLET FORDOR ........................... 165.00 New rings , rods, etc. Excellent tires. Power glide. Out of date but lots of service. 1949 FORD V8 TUDOR .......................................... 75.00 Bit loose in the engine room but may last till someone runs over it. 1946 FORD V-8 TUDOR ....................................... 97.50 Good engine and tires. Fair body. 1951 F-250 TON PICKUP .......................... 1395.00 Like new. 22,000 miles. H. D. Rear bumper and hitch. Overloads. Fresh air heater. Brush t~Te grill guard. New 8 ply rear tires. This. one will haul a heck of a load. TON PICKUP ............................ 1195.00 New rings, bearings, tires, paint, seat covers, etc. H. D. rear bumper and hitch. Tinted windshield. t-speed. Look it over. TON PICKUP .............................. 595.00 1955 F-100 TON PICKUP ................................ 435.00 1940 CHEVROLET V2 TON PICKUP ............... 97.50 SCHUETTE MOTOR CO, - LEBANON, KANSAS BT WAUNrE~, ~WEl~ Mr. and Mrs. ~' S~ford amd &heir gram~x~bt~r, Cynthia .A~an~, d~ove to Ha~,s, Sunday mom~ing a_nxl ~per~t the day wi~ their daugh~r, Mys. Be~ta ~, 'dams, a student ~t Ft. Hays cota%e Co~l~ge. "M~-. ar~ 'Mrs. Fred Butler were Suml~y ~r gue~.s ~ Mr. and Joerg and M~. ~Vlav~m-~t Gei'tson o~ Mr. arid ,Mrs. Roger McNicho~s avxt ~h~nets, K ,a~s., to a,tt~nd ,the wed- Fo~znoso. ~fami.ly. Roddy "McNieho~s, son of ding Y~id, ay evening of H,av~an Mrs. Taylor C~ark rec~eived a be-', Mr. avid "Mrs. Roger M~id~ol, s was Ross ~o tMargaxet Cooper. Jim We4d~on a~d san, Cha~es, Pasadena, Catif, we~'e visiting friends in 1V/o~,kr~se, Saturday lated ~Mo0he~ s Dzcy,~le~hone ca~l ,~ spendin,g, a few. days. ~n ~,. hc .~.,@a:l The pragram comm%%ee of t~h2 terncon. The Weld0ns were former : erie day l~t week from her son, i~fter bem*g t~t m the eye w~n a WSCS met at the church refines- resi, denCs o~ M'c,r~tro~e. A21c Eug~ene O~.rk, who is staion- .rock. He 'had ,1,a;,t the mgh for day afternoon to plan ~he program ,.Mrs. A. R. Jacobsen is ed 'at Goose l~ay, Labrador. iaw~h~Ae but it came back before ,~he for the co~ing year. ~h~ week .at the J. C. Jones hccne M-. and Mrs. l~dg~ur Isaacson:bandages wore pt~ on. Merri.lq Me- ,Mr. ,a~d Mrs. Tom Sweet moved at Timken. spent the week-end visRing red,t-;Nichols spen,t ~ohe week-end a4 ,the Tuesday to ,~eir new home in ~vI,~s. Don Ban,gs ca lq~d i tives oct HMdrege ax~ ttastmg',' me (ff his brother, Lowe,1, and Manka~o. moxn~ng in ZeEa Slauahtcr. ' Nebr. Mrs. Ross ~i.~bee. I Mrs. Ger~ie Patr,ick accon~panin~ IM~s. "Marie F~5~e and "Mrs. Rich-t Mr. Dl~ake, back ~o Ha~in,gs on ard Rumbaugh and d~ugh~r of t her daughter, Mrs. Roy Drake, an S,uperi~ stone T~,esday oct ~he Sm~Say, ~M:ay 10. Mrs. Patrick 'is ex- home ~ Mr. ~d Mrs. Ceci,1 Clm'k. I pected ,to return home the .la,tber Stmd~y evenir~g visitors in the l~aa, t of chis week. __ , Clark ,home were NI:r. and ~NIrs. ~ On Wedr~,esday evei~ing, May zO, Dude Nelson awd ~arnily of Court-ia group o~ relatives and frierms iia~Kt and aM.rs. Clara Ci~rk. gathered at the home of Mr. and M~,s. {Meda Dick of Kansas City: Ma.s. W~,lter G~,~mm to help ~hem is spending her vacation a,t Che celebrate ~..eir 46th wedding anni- home of her sister, Mrs. Ray Stud- versary. Those ha a,~ce were: 'M'r. and "Mrs. Gus Halbgren, Mr. ing with ,a sack of home made Allen. arxt Mrs. Bud H~lil~ren and ~,ugah-doma, ts. l Dermis Srni,th o~ Lincoln. Nebr.. ters, Mr. and Ma.-s. ~uben Carlson i donuts. ~Mrs. Ethel Terr~l brought' spen r~h.e week-end ~t/~he home of of Courtland and ~Mr. and Mrs. i a bun~ of peonies. ~vh-. and "Mrs. Oh~flie Russe}l. " or~ o~ Forrnoso Mr and ~Mrs John ~4oul, ton of B~,}I Simm ..... t M'r. e~d ~. J. B. AnNie of Mr. .aT~d 3its. Wadder C-vin~n Red Cloud ealded Sui-~da7 afterno