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PAGE 6B Mrs. Harry Sutliff Mrs. Marie McMains return ed home Sueday after spend ing the past three weeks in Wichita visiting relatives and attending a niece's wedding. Mr. and Mrs, Ben Wenke & Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wenke of Wichita brought their sister home. Mr. Cecil Webb entered the Vet hospital at Grand Island Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Gibson is visiting her son and family in Grand Island. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Brown of Salina, Mrs. Lela Dillon and Wihna were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNichols Sunday. Mr. Kcith Terrill made a business trip to Marysville, Kansas Thursday and Friday. Mr. Hessman of Emporia. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rinard were dinner guests of Mrs. Madeline Miller, Mrs. Grace Haworth. The dinner was in' honor of Mrs. ttaworth fur Mother's Day dinner. Mr, John Kaighin and Eve rett Terrill made a business trip to Hastings Saturday. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ten'ill Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers andi family Topeka, Kansas, Mr. ] and Mrs, Keith Terrill and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Terrill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jones of Bar nard, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Max Terrill and family of Gaylord, John Kaighm. They visited with Vernon Terrills in California Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Rea Sutliff of Belle, Me. spent Sunday night with Minnie Sutliff. They are on their way home to Paonia, Colorado. Kelly McNichols was absent from school last week and he had 'just gotten over the inca: ales. (Thursday, May 18) Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mc Nichols and family met Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Abel and Jo Sean of" Colorado Springs, Colo. for a day's visit Sunday at Colby, Kansas. Marcia McNichols spent the day with her grandmother, Mrs. Helen McNichols and Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ter- rill. Minnie Sutliff were din- nor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Terrill and girls at 1Whall~el's Cafe on Motller's Day. Mrs. Curtis Terrill and Col- leen spent Wednesday in For- moso yisiting her parents. Mr. aad Mrs:, Glenn Dewey. Mr. ~nd Mt~S. Cu~iS Torrill and children spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.I Everett Terrill. They brought I |i | . ]1 a freezer of home made ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and i)ebbie of Hastings called on Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyles Sunday p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boy lea called on Mr. and Mrs. AI hert Billing in Formoso Sun day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil War nor were dinner guests of Mrs. Itelen McNichols and Merrill Sunday. Mrs. E. E. Ransom I had a chance to go see the first and second grade "play (hly" last Friday at Esbon Grade School and il was vet')' good. Mr. MeKinnis is certain- ly very good at whatever he is responsible for and as I have been privileged to see other things he ('(inducted. I think he is very good. Both grades put on a real good program, thanks to Mr. MeKinnis. Mrs. Whelehel of Salina got to the Esbon first and second grade program in time to see her granddaughter. Cathy Whelehel, in the above pro gl'~tn/. Slit, visited her son, l)on Whelehel, and family. ehel. in the above prograln. She visited her son, Don Whel ehel, and family. Mrs. Ransom aod Joe were Sunday morning callers at the Mrs. Elma Morrow holne de livering s(nne flowers wanted for decorating for Baccalaur- eate at Esbon E.U.B. Church Sunday evening. Flowers have been in demand for several different things the last few days and not too many flowers out yet due to the set back the fr(/st and freezing caused. So glad to furnish what we did have. Oriental poppies are gor- geous now but are not much good for decorating purposes. The honey bees are having a tough tim(, to find flowers to get their honey and pollen as things froze and there is no alfalfa or sweet clover bloom- ing yet. The temperature was a cold 40 degrees Saturday morning, and dry too. Mrs. Georgene Bossen and I took a little time off to see Dr. Schlotterback Friday while in town. Both are getting along fair now. Merry Mixer Club met at the West Branch Schoolhouse last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. l~orena Pate was hostess with seven members there. Pitch was played as recreation. All seven members at the same t~tble for a good old razzlc dazzle g~me. The next meet- ing will be with Ethel Th(tmas in three weeks. So much school activity go- ing on. Bible School will be soon. Both high school and grade will be out tomorrow and with all tile farm work makes for a very busy time. Cindy Lee Morrow is the only one of our innnediate faro ily who is graduating fl'onl high school this year. Slit, is Cynthia l,ee nf Elnl)oria and gr;|duates t(mighl, May 22nd. She has out" heartiest congratu lations. Mrs. Ruth Obcrt and Dixie are helping Mrs. Lorena Pate do some papering this morn ing. [laven'( seen so nl;tny l~lIll~s out m pastures for a hlng tilne. Many fal'ulers are having to haul water to cattle in the pastures who normally depend on ponds. We have no pond water but do have good wells, thanks be. Mrs. Lloyd Gardner Mr. and Mrs. lmery Solo- Inon and daughter and ~rantl- daughter of htaho and Mr. and Mrs. Lon Solonlon. Mankato. called on Mrs. Ethel l)empsey last Monday afternoon. Grace Cole spent Tuesday with Mr. mid Mrs. Arby Cole at l~urr ()ak. Mr. and Mrs. l,hlyd Falk were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Falk in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Shannon. Fort Collins, Colo.. called on Mrs. Cleo I)empsey Monday. Comnmnity Club met Thurs- day afternoon with Mrs. Jen- nie Briggs with' 13 members and three visitors, Mrs. Goldie Powell, Mrs. Alta Randall and Mrs. Fthel Moore, present. The next meeling will be June 8 with Ethyl Dempsey as hos tess. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Demp- soy of ttays spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern l)empsey. Mrs. Ronnie Brown and chil- dren nf Salina were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Falk. Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Holdren were dinner guests Sunday at the Gee. Hnldren home. Ivan and Zella Slaughter were dinner guests Friday at tile Orville Slaughter home in Mankato. Mrs. Agnes Simmons and son, Kensington. and Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons and family, Topeka, visited Mrs. Rosa Schoonover Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Murray and family of Marquette spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Don Bangs. Mrs. Lloyd Falk and Mrs. Ronnie Brown of Salina called on Mrs. Hugh Cusic Satur- day al'ternool]. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Duns , CLOUDY VENUS VENUS ATMOSP.ERE RoM OTHER SETS "ER APA THOSE ,-, ..... *NETS. NO ON, .',,E LAZES At US]'. VENUS MOST PURE WHITE AT N/GHT 14/ken/ts r.loudy and Ioo/rs I/ke rain, do your &nk/ng. by-Mail 7he on/y cost/s a few cents/or postage. Tile 'I in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OEDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member FJ).I.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 IIIII I I[ I I I I JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO KANSAS tan and family and Mrs. Ethel I)unstan attended a birthday dinner for Mr. Will Dunstan in l,'orlnoso Sunday. It was his 95th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fall visited Mrs. Arnold Livers at the Red Cloud hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Demp- sey, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne lJeml)sey and Mrs. I,:thel I)en]pst'y drove over to Glen Elder Sunday to see the new (lain that is heinz inade there. Mr. and Mrs. Joc Vanek of I)enver and Mrs. Bessie Ney \~('rc recent x~isitors of Mr. und Mrs. Ed M()g. The ladies are sisters of Mrs. Meg. Marsh Mrs. Vachel Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clawson silent Friday in Salina attend- ing the State Track Meet. ton- hie, their son, entered the track meet. Mrs. Vi(la INK(' of Coneordia ~as a caller of Mr. and Mrs. I,ewis Reece on Tuesday after- noolt. Mrs. I,ewis Reece, Lois and Patricia, Mrs. Vachel Craw- for(I attended lhe Style Show of the ,Je~ell tligh School on Tuesday evening. Mrs. M. H. Kissinger was I)rought home Monday from the Cnncordia Rest Home. We are glad to have her home and we know she is glad to be home, too. Mr. & Mrs. Max Berry, Wade and Joel and Mrs. Em- ma Crawf(ird were dinner guests and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Craw- ford on Sunday. Gordon Berry and Gone tlammer were call- ers in the afternoon. Mrs. Guy Robbins left from Beloit on Saturday morning to go on the Capper's Tout'. She will be gone about 15 days. She will be at the World's Fair in Canada. We were ali sorry to hear of the fire at tile heine of Charles Watson on Friday evening. To have a fire in your home means a great loss of things that cannot be replaced. Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Craw- ford spent "Phursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daw- dy. Home Towner Monday, May 15 - A beauti- ful sunny day and weather warnwd up after a week of chilly, damp weather of a freak nature, rapid changes frnln warm to rainy and slight- ly freezing. Saturday and Sun- day drizzles gave us .30 to .40 o1 an inch of moisture. The usual Monday routine plus some yard work and putting out dahlia and canna plants has been the order of the day. Thought to put them out soon- er but accepted the advice of a greenhouse man and let the job go 'til the 15th. In spite of 2 or 3 freezes, the peony buds are looking better than we ex- pected Some wheat fields are heavy and green and heading while others are spotted and a little yellow. Mother's Day was a very happy one in spite of the chili and partly cloudy weather. The large hydrangea blooming plant, with 3 of its 5 large bh)oms, almost as large as a small dinner plate, still bright and beautiful, given to Chat by Charlene and Merlin Warren over a month ago while he was in the hospital, continues to put out another stem with buds. One of the Mother's Day gifts was ama- ryllis and dahlia bulbs from Shirley and Quentin that we hope we have good luck with, The good man and myself and Delia Heldt spent the evening at Quentin's enjoying sand- wichps, cake, ice cream and strawberries. Came home at 9 o'clock and shortly after re- ceived a phone call from Char- lene and Merlin Warren from Longview. Wash. with Mother's Day messages from them and the two grandchildren. Nancy had had her dance recital and closed out all her classes and "had 3 weeks of real hard school work" to dig into, get- ready for last semester tests. She is a freshman at Lower Columbia College and has cer- tificates of acceptance from Washington State U. at Pull- man, Wash.. one from the State College at Seattle and one from Wichita. Kans.. but is undecided where to go as Thursday PAN FRIED CHICKEN Special yet for her sophomore year. Tom, a 15 year old Junior High student is making good grades, helping Dad at the filling station and active in church choir and Scout work, taking care of the lawn and anything else Morn can think up for him. His latest interest is a litter of 3 puppies, belong- ing to Cheri, the toy French poodle and enjoyed by the whole family. So much for the Warrens on, the west coast. The Vestals have been very busy with re-doing the yards with new planting and grass around their apartment house and getting ready to paint it. The yard around their new home in the country club dis- trict was beautiful when we were there last summer and from all the work done since is even more so now. This is one way of letting folks here who ask about them, hear from them. We are looking forward to seeing Leonard's daughter, Judy, her husband and baby. They arrive here this next weekend for a few weeks' visit here and in Iowa. Laurence and Vesta Leece spent last Wednesday after- noon at the C. V. Warren home. Mr. and Mrs. Elba Cantrell spent the weekend at Junction City visiting their daughter, Joann, and husband for Mo- ther's Day. Jimmie File spent Saturday night and Sunday with Ricky Leece. Mr. and Mrs. Chat Warren and Mrs. Delia Heldt were trading in Superior Friday af- ternoon and enjoyed about an hour's rambling through the greenhouse, gaimng informa- tion on plants and planting. It is well worth anyone's time. Chat Warren spent part of Monday doing some carpenter repair work for Quentin Leece. He is still taking orders from any one wanting hog shelter houses or calf creep feeders built. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross, Oscar Ross and Mrs. Anna Graham were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Whitney in Superior. Mrs. Alta Lovewell received word from her daughter on Sunday, May 14, saying her grandson, Pfc. David S. Love- well, 2230075, was injured May 12 in Vietnam. More details were to follow. We are all an- xiously awaiting further word. Monday morning, May 22 and a most beautiful Kansas day, The type that will bring the corn popping out of the ground. On a drive Sunday afternoon we went the early day road from the county line east of Swanson's as far east as one can drive, to the old Sherdahl bridge site across the Republican River, turned north here and followed the many curves of the river. There are many beautiful looking wheat fields here and some corn fields up, some not yet planted and some being levelled for some future pur- pose. Very few fields m soil bank through this area. Drove slowly north and west as the curving road dictated until we came out at the gravelled road leading V2 mile west to the Pawnee Monument site, where considerable work has been done in the last month on the rock building being con- structed there to house the museum. There are several framed pictures on display showing some of the Indi;{n homes that were uncovered, around 22 of them in the area. Any one who has any authen- tic material either in records kept, or in antique articles found at this site should get in touch with those in charge of this project. Mr. Chas. Doxon. Mrs. Mar- garet Warren, Madeline Mart. Mr. Edwin Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Chat Warren were amo],g those who attended the funeral of Mr. Frank Jaske at the Christian Church in Jcwell on Friday morning, May 19, at l0 a. m. Mr. Jaske's death occurred suddenly from a heart attack, while he was driving home from Guide Rock to Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Arnel Abelbeek of Superior were welcon]e guests at the C. V. Warren home Sunday evening. The Courtland school was ended this last Friday noon. One of the Sophom(ire students, Margo Warren, visited at the home of her grandfather, C. V. Warren, Friday afterno, m. The Lovewell school is clo'dllg this week on Thursday with the usual community dinner and the Lovewell High School Alumni Banquet will be held at the school, audRorium in Lovewell the night of Saturday. June 3. Tickets are being sold by Estaline Bouray, Floyd Risewick, Art Ferguson, l,etha Vale and Kenneth Cook. Price $1.50 each until June 2nd for tickets. After that, $1.75 each. The Lovewell W. S. C. S. will start serving the banquet at 7 p.m. Sarah Marr and Karen Rey- nolds of Lovewell were alnong the 8th grade students graduat- ing at Mankato Saturday night. C. V. Warren did some ear penter work at the Henry Top- lift farm Monday a.ln. Mrs. Lottie Cantrell and Ka therine Warren spent Satur- day evening at Mrs. Alta Love- well's home. Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece and Mrs. Delia Heldt drove to Beloit Monday afternoon to meet Mrs. Arlene Leece from Valiant, Okla. and Mrs. Norlna Berg from Manhattan. Mrs. Leece came up to meet her daughter, Mrs. Rodney Baker, her husband, Rodney Baker, and baby from Longview, Wash.. who are also expected to arrive by this evening. Mrs. Inga Courter and Mrs. Wynet ta Ball of Salina were to go to Wichita Sunday to meet their sister. Mrs. Arlene Perrill of Berkley, Calif.. and bring her back to Salina. Lt, and Mrs, Arden Blay- lock and son. Brad. arrived last week from McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey to spend a 30 day leave visiting at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blay- lock and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Grout. and other relatives and friends, They plan to be here until June 11. Arden is a pilot of the @135 Air Force trans port planes making flights from New Jersey to Hawaii. Japan. Vietnam and Thaihmd. On one of his recent trips to Vietnam he visited with Jack Waugh, who is stationed at Tuy Hoa Air Furcc Base. South Vietnam. 1968 PROPOSED BUDGET Whitemound Township, Jewell County NOl~ice is hereby given rb~l~ on Che ~ d,ay of June, 1967, bhe Township Board of W~l~i~ezno~r~d Towr~shfp, Jewell County, Kansats, ~lll meet ~t ~l)tm Wlhtte,nour~d Coman~unR~" Building a 8:30 pan. for ,l;he purlx~e of he~il~g ~nd ans~vering objectimm of taxgasam's rel,~tmg to ,the proposed budget ~n,d fur the pro'- pose of consi~erio.g ax~endraent~ to such bu~ge~. Earl hi. Silsby, Trustee. Leo ~izner, Treasurer. Preceding Currer~l; Proposed GENERAL FUND Year Year Budge~ Expenditm'es: 10{}6 1967 1968 Per d~iem of ,tw.p. auditing ~bom~ $ ~5,10 $ 7,5.00 $ 75.00 Office ~tOpli, es .................................... 20.00 20.00 Publication e~perme .......................... l~.2q 25.~0 25.00 ~air~tar~nce of townsttip ha~l .... 83,40 200.00 200.00 Prairie Dog Poisor~ ............................ 100.00 Total Exp. by tr~p. board ...... $14~.1~ $321).00 $420.00 Receipts: Unenoumbered Twp. Ba~alnlce, 1,-1, $1~a9.02 $303,.02 $195.7~1 ,4a:l valoreln propemty l, ax ................ 370.@6 1.20.9~ 24.22 Looal Ad v~,lorean Tax ~ed~o~ion 13.40 Intar~g~ble tax ..................................... 1~.8,8 Tran~fm" h~n l:~aine Dog Poisor~ Fuzed .................................................... 200.00 To~M ~Reeeipts, Incl. 1-4, ,baJ.. $509a88 $515.7~ $420.00 Less: Exoezgiitu,res ............ ~1al.00 320.00 420,00 B~axme tomward ................ $363,02 $195.'/8 CEMETERY FUND Expenditures: Total Ex,per~dibures ................... $1,7@.77 $500,00 $600.90 Receipts: Unermumbered "P~p. Bal, an~e, 1-~i $50~;39 $615.77 $329.26 Ad valorem property ~laax ................ ~1,1.5 ~04.15 270.74 Local Ad valorem Tax Redumtion 9.34 Tot:al Recei,pt, s. Incl. ~1,-1, b~. $7~95.54 $829,26 $600.00 Less: Ex~endJ, t~u.r es ............ 17@.77 500.00 600.00 Balance fozr~m'd ................ ~16..7~ $3a9,~0 PRAIRIE DOG FUND Expenditures: TranSfer to Oermv:~l Pund ............ Term iE~pend,l~ures .................... Receipts: $200.00 $ 8~.(X) $202.O9 U.~encumbere~ Twp. l[~tlance, 1-1 $ 93,,~i $219.8~ $199.54 v~m. property t~x ............... 1@6.~ Ba~k tux collections ........................ 46 2k:~Oa~ Receipts, Ir~k ~I,-4. h~l, ~270.54 $~9.54 $~)~.0~ I~.ss: F~pera~tures ............80.00 i~00.o9 ~htn~ f~rd ................ ~'F~.$,~ $I~.~ THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1 Mankato FRI1)AY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY MAY 26 - 27 - 28 Starting at 7:30 p.m. THE SPY WHO CAME OUT OF THE WATER IN PANAVISlON' ; A,N D METR(X:OLOR / ; "" ............... 4 .... ....... nAm [ dl ARTHUR ];l: \ Manhattan --- Mrs. Mary Frieda Barker, Mankato, is (ine of twenty Kansas high school journa]isln leachers and publications advisors awarded fellowships for two weeks of study at a Publications Ad- visors' Institute at Kansas State University, Manhattan. The Institute, sponsored by the K Stale journalism depart- ment, will be June 11 through June 22. It is made possible by a grant of $2,500 from the Newspaper Fund. a foundation financed by gifts from The Wall Street Journal, to the level of scholastic ism and to assist high journalism teachers and ]ications advisors in work. Emphasis wi]l be on hc] advisors become bO.ter alists and teachers, with struction in news writing, depth reporting, press freedom, headlines, makeup, ing, circulation. problems and school publio lations. FOR onnage USE ! LI i TI Seeds that grow aad produce to the utmost in our area We have a good stock on hand now. FUNKS LINI)SEY 744 MILe - Early Maturity 755 MILe - Medium Maturity 788 MiLe - Full Season 101-F SILAGE SORGHUM - Higher Tonnage, More Palatable, Stands Better 77-F HYBRID SUDAN - Protein Comparable to Al- falfa --- REPLANT AGREEMENT -- I Ilave a good stock of Golden Acres and Frontier We have a good stock of Rox Orange, Sumac, Greenleaf, Piper and Atlas Sargo, but some Cane Seeds are a bit short this year. 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