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# , MaHI/|rowe- Obituaw I the following poem which ihe ~nj recent times and ever. [3EWELL COUNTY RECORD I ~ [ wrote: . May the Lord bless each and[ Thursday, June 1, 1M? I Matie Elmira Hunter was[ "All He Hath' ' every one. I born Jan. I, 1882 to Wililami Peace I have in His path Harry Hunter ['Allen and Mary L. Hunter, inI For he giveth all he hath Mr. and Mrs. Cephas Wilde [ Stuhen commt/nity, Jewelll As I look up with a glance Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hamilton [ins, of Wa hs Ington, D. C., and [ County, Kans., and departed[ I can see his countenance Mr. and Mrs. Vincent I Mrs. Gertie Hawkins of Red. I this li~e at Brodstone Hospi-[ He gave his life, the path and Lammers, John and ]lands, California; and a num- [ber of nleces and nephews. I tal, Superior, Nebr., May 16,~ way,. . . - James. _ [ 1967, at the age of 85 years, 4l We can follow ~na~h~y ::~ ,~:::~un~tUnt.er, [ Her llfe has been a witness [ months and 16 days. I Peace I have n is p , [of her love of God. Prayer and [ She was united in marriage] For he giveth all he hath ----------- [faith have brought her tri. ]umphantly through her hard- I Dec. 24, 1904, to Claud W./ Why do many go astray Mar7 Carver - Obituary [ships and suffering. Always Brown of Burr Oak, Kans.,/ When there is the better way ~,, , / where he was engaged in farm-/ I know there is a Jesus Christ Mary Idella ( Della ') Hawk [uppermost in her thoughts was InK. They made their home on/ And through Him eternal life Ins was born in Greenevflle, I the we[fare of her fam/ly, IORESSMAN ] a farm in stuben community,] Let ,~m come abide in you Tennessee February 18, 1887. I nei~brs and friends who lev- i Jewell County, Kansas until~ You il be happier if you do She was the youngest of the Ied her and-k- new-her affect/on- DoI James B, ~earson Mr. and Mrs. Max Hawkins and Development. ]they xnoved to the Belden Rest[ let us follow in this path eight children of Lydia and lately as "Nana". and girls, Lou Ann and Lori. The participant will meet for~ Home' because of ill health [ FOr he giveth all he hath. Jacob Hawkins. [ Funeral services wars_held strict, Kansas Reports Prom The of North Kansas City, Me. will regular instructional activities[ Her husband preceded her inJ Services were held at the [..When she was a. small child fat the Megrue Funeral Home :PORTS United Stoles Senate spend this summer in PilLs- approximately four hours each/ death tl~ree years ago. Since[ Olive Hill Church Friday, May m.e zamssy moves to ~ansas. fat Superior Tuesday, May 23, burg, Kansas where Max will morning and four hours in thai then she'has continued living] 19, at 2 p.m. with The Rev. I[ney nvea for .a ttme north of [1967, with the Rev. Ronald from The Background of the Threa! participate in the National De- afternoons. [ in the rest hbme. [ German Foley officiating.~heoanon, ann rater setuea m INelsn officiating. Thehymns ~-~|~tt~TO .~ of War in the Middle East lense Educational Act Ins[i- Field trips will include Kan-[ She united with the United[ Music was furnished by Ger- t e ~aLem community. As a Iwere sung by Earl Silshy, Ea- rn -. Rep. Bob lute in Industrial Arts, at sas City, Wichita and Tulsa,[ Presbyterl~tn Church as a[ aid Boyles and Mrs. Merle young girl, she Joined the Me- Jbon, accompanied by Mrs. Kans.) announced Old Testament stories of Kansas State College of Pit[s- Okla. Eight graduate hours[ young woman. This church[ Semke. J thodist C.hu~h, . . . I John Price. Pallbearers were 5, 1967, is the dead- wars between the Arab and burg. He was chosen as an will be earned. ' [ later became the Olive Hill[ Casket .bearers were Lewis her scnoonng was cut snortiS[even Hake, Denny Wad~e, otmg men interested Jewish peoples may soon be alternate at both Ohio State Max graduated from Pitts-[ Christian Church of which she[ Sanderson, Max Van Dream, b~ the illness .of.her mother,]LawrencelKehneth WoodS,woods, andMaX Woods,Eldon Lppllcati0n for enter- modern tales where once a- and Maryland Universities. Af- burg College with a B.S. de-/ was a faithful member until] Paul Blacks[one, Clare Roe, I no..m, s e mvmgly cared for I Glanville, Interment was in gain events become the mas- ter having completed all their gree in 1958 and with a Mas-[ her passing. (This church late-I Clare Schuster, and Robert I un~ui n_er Death in 1917. ~e academies. Appli- Esbon, Kansas. ,t be single, between tees of men. plans to go to Pittsburg, Kane. ter's degree in" 1961, and has[ ly becoming the .OliVe Hill] HarVey. I .un ~ieh. 1~,.1920, she .was ]the Prairie Home Cemetery at of 17 and 22, as of The danger is certainly not he received an offer from Ohio been teaching Industrial Arts[ Community Church.) .[ Interment wasin Mt. Hope I ureter m_ marriage to L~einert YOU~ $8, and must reside the resul't of a single action, State University to participate in North Kansas City, Mo.[ She leaves to mourn her loss[ Cemetery, Mankato, Kansas, I~arver" TO mm union four cnu- ea covered by the but the product of a series of in their NDEAI in Industrial since. His wife, who is teach-[ a brother, Harry, of Grants[ with Megrue Funeral Home[~en ~ere horn. They lived in [THANK tressional District. actions and reaction which Arts. ink music in the NKC schools,/ Pass, Ore.; two sisters, Mrs.[ of Superior, Nebr. in charge. [.. sbon community until d he has one vacan-create an irresistable momen The program is entitled will take classes at Pittsburg[ Gladys Hamilton of the Olive]_.__.___. [.mey. moved.to ~uperior, Ne-lily[ MaYto we takeexpressthiSourOpportun-sincere 1 United States Naval turn toward war in the Middle "Curriculum from Contempor- also, to begin her Master's de-[ Hill community, and Mrs, Ha-[ CARD OF THANKS Iorasza m zs~z. [thanks to the man) friends, She passed away May 20 Annapolis, one to East. ary Industry". Subject matter gree in Library Science. Lou~ Tel Wilde of the Stuhen com-[ ---- ] ' [neighbors n, a d relatives for States Military Aca- Those actions and reactions areas to be studied in the In- Ann, who will be an eighth[ munity; a niece, Mrs. Joyce[ We do thank Reverend Gor- [!967, at the Bro deton.e Memor- ]their many acts of kindness ,t Point, two to the have been as follows. About a stitute include: Industrial Arts grader next year will take[ Lammers, of Little :Rock,[ man Foley for his spiritual, ira1 rLosp/tal m ~upen~. at the land expressions of sympathy Academy, Colorado, month ago Syria sent Arab Curriculum Seminar, Industrial band and art. Lori is Just two[ Ark.; two nephews, Eugene] and otherwise, helps of en- [age or vv years, ~ monms, and l in the death of our loved one, the Merchant Mar- guerilla raids into Israel. A Product Design, Industrial years old. [ Hunter of San Francisco, Calif.] couragement all along; Edna [ 2 days. Uy, Kings Point, Jewish reprisal raid into Syria Production. Lectures will coy- Mrs. Hawkins is the daugh-[ and Jack Hunter of Grants[ Belden, her staff of workers[. Preceding her in death were I-The Delbert Carver family. d Academy appli-cost that nation the des[rue er such topics as: Industrial ter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell[ Pass, Ore,; and two grand[ and inmates of her south]nee parents, brothers and sis- apply directly to tide of six Russian built jets Phycbology, Personal Manage- Lewis and Max is the son off nephews, John and James[ Home, who were kind and [ ters, an infant son, Delhert t CARD OP-'T'-H-ANK$'- redan[, U.S. Coast Thereafter Syrian leaders men[, Production Management ~ ~nd MrA Reeve Hawkins.] Lammers. ] helpful; Dr. Kiekhaefer, Dr. flee, ann an infant granddaugh- [atin~e been released lhington, D. C., be- spoke of a "liberation war" and Sales, both group and in- all of Burr'()ak, Kans, ~ Mrs. Brown was active in[ Hallgrimson, and Dr. Howe lte~.ur i ors inclu- h ~ I After 40 days and four oper. ber 1, 1967. against Israel. And on the day divi, duai, Production Design | her church life as long as she[ for their interest arm fine con-[ v v De er nus- I from hospital to nursing home s are required toof the twentieth anniversary - ............ [was able. She had a strong[ cern: the Brodstone Hospital ~ band, Delbert: two daughters, i Service examina- of Israel's independence, the ts the e~:iing effect if wouid Sunday evening guests m our[faith which was a great help[ staff of nurses: Wayne Me.[Catherine (Mrs. Nick Hake) Ir E.C.F. (Extended Care Fa: , 1967. However, a air was filled with speechs certainly have on our nation's home. The Pates were Sunday[tn hpr in her last days off grue and others; Geraldine[of Cawker City, Kansas and [cility). I want to thank all'of rumination will be warning again of armed re- young people -- particularly dinner and all day guests in]suffering Her life was spent[ Semke and Gerald Boyles for[Esther (Mrs. Clyde Waddle~ lyu for good wishes, gifts, let- nst 22, 1967, for prisais, those from poor homes. In- the Mrs. Nellie Ault and Art[in devoted service to her hus-[ the wonderful music; distant~of Superior. Nebraska; one [tees and cards. There were [dates who cannotEvents continue to develop die[dual incentive would be Reeker homes in Ionia. ] hand relatives and others.] relatives and friends for greet-[son, Eldon Norman, of Beloit, [some "corkers". Each gave the July exam[ha-with rapidity. In a show of dealt a body l~low, and most Kathy Whelchel visited Nan-]~he ~tad a talent for writing[ ink cards, flowers, etc., to and[Kansas; 15 grandchildren: one fits own especial lift, Thanks a Arab unity, Egypt, Syria, Joe- surely America's decline as a cy Jo Pate Sunday. [ noetrv and her faith and love[ for our beloved sister and[great granddaughter; two sis- [lot, forms should be dan, Iraq and Kuwait troops world power will have received Mr. and Mrs. Clarence[f'~Lord is portrayed in] aunt, Mrs. Matle Brown, dur.[ters-in-law, Mrs. Jane Hawk-J --C. V. Cortner, |h my District went on the alert. Egypt and a great stimulant if the day Moore were to go to Hill City'~ | [ [ at 101 Federal Syria, flanking Israel on each arrives that the guaranteed an- Sunday for Decoration Day. of S~lina cam~. to ~ their Great Bend," Dole side, moved troops toward nual income becomes a real[- Mrs. Lorena Pate and chll- rJeplJe~, Donnie Whelchel, gra- frontiers. Israel responded by ty. dren were at the Mrs. Sarah duate & also Donnic's grand- a partial call-up of reserves. In any event it seems certain Walker home in Mankato Sun- mother Whelchel of Wicilita Stricter Dairy Imports an Bob Dole (R- ~ber of the House Committee, urged role on dairy Ira- ~ct the dairy far- speech in the House relatives today. .ted that dairy ira- resulted in increas- to the domestic airy, Dairy imports new high of 2.7 bill- of milk equivaletlt this was triple the of .9 billion~ pounds, mates show that [m- r reach 3~ billion L967. Pstlmates for 1967 fl 2 years production dairy cows in the ~ansas and an es- years production in nties of the 1st Dis- msas. [man Dole pointed. s imports increased, parity ratio went all time low of 72. t real squeeze on the o ts constantly faced ally increasing farm tttement Dole clearly rat action is needed ,tect the dairy farm- ~ domestic consumer tionai security. 'The Klon must act," he der the en~ergency in the Dairy Import the Congress must to close loop- Import Act by amendments. be from he added, quotas will be evad- possible opening is can be exploited by has already Dole corn- over 150 House myself included, dairy imports one half of the co-authored sire- We want to see restrictions on Including con- importation of the products." "The Na- dairy farmers, by a cost-price not have to of still lower by increased ira- products." Annual Income more is being The Guaranteed It is being "economists" for poverty and in the United the nation's or perhaps more because of it -- have in recent greatly concern- Very few find themselves in the objective it. It Guarantee? .... Annual In- the support number of left- and organi Against this background of danger, the seven nation U.N. force of some 3400 troops which had guarded the Gaza strip and the Egyptian-Israeli border was suddenly with- drawn, at Nasser's insistence. But even before the pull-out of the U.N. peace keeping force, the Egyptian troops had forced U.N. sentries to aban- don one post ancl had fired warning shells against other observation polnts. Nasser now seeks to impose a ban' on shipping into. the Gulf of Aqaba: thus blocking one of Israel s main ports, with the result that the Jew- ish nation has announced they will resist this blockade at the risk of war. But the antagonisms and passions between Israel and the Arab states is not the only force or momentum toward risk and brinkmanship. There istoday a competition among the heads of the Arab states as to whom will become the leader of the Arab world. Thus the actions of nations and the heads of states have now reached a point where a veteran diplomat in Washing ton observed that the danger is not now the action of a nation or the policy of a lead er, but what will happen. "...if you get some crazy ser- geant doing something foolish out there". , zations -- among them the ADA, various leader's of or- gantzed labor, and publicly - declared socialists. Generally speaking, the scheme involves establishing a level of family income roughly set at $3000 per year. Every family in- come below that figure would be classed as poor and would automatically receive a sup- plement from the government to raise it out of that cate- gory. Advocates say this plan is a necessary consequence of for- ces at work in our society -- elimination of Jobs by auto- mation in industry and other factors. They hold that society must adopt the concept that every citizen has the right to an income and it is the duty of the Fedel'al Government to guarantee everyone an in- come sufficient to llve in dig- nity. Drawbacks of the Plan Promoters seem inclined to ignore some of the drawbacks to the plan -- which appear to be many. The guaranteed income would not differentiate between its recipients. The subsldy might be inadequate for some and excessive for others. More important is that it would discriminate between those who are unable to sup- port themSelves and conse- quently in need of welfare and those capable of self-supper[ but preferring welfare to earu- /ng their own way. It Is my view that to be meaningful, freedom from want must also mean freedom to str/ve for a better and more fulfilling life, The most dam- aging' effect of the proposal the tempo for adoption of this Or a similar plan will increase as the months roll past, and It may be nearer to becoming a reality than most of us real- ize at the moment. fFirst Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, June I, 1967) It TO THE ELECTORS OF UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2711 JEWELL COUNTY: Notice is hereby given that the above school district will file an application with the School Budget Review Board for authority to increase its budget and expenditures for operating expenses over the otherwise permitted under Senate Bill No. 432 of the 1967 session of the Kansas Legisla- ture (The School Foundation ~Finance Act, amended). The maximum budget and expenditures .for operating ex- penses of the district if such application is not granted will be $332,143.28. The amount of the increase applied for is $18,835.72. The approximate increase in the district's tax levy if such increase is authorized will be 2.59 mills, or $2.59 per thous- and dollars of assessed valua- tion. The reason for making the application is as follows: "Construction of new or ad- dltional school facilities causes an increase in operating ex- )enses per pupil greater than the district is permitted to budget or expend under said limitation." Mrs. E. E. Ransom First off. we want to express our "thanks" for the good two inch rain we received Friday evening and some Saturday mormng. We got some water in the ponds, but not much. The change of weather is a very welcome change of the 100 degree weather of part of the past week. Verl Menden- hall baled a nice lot of hay for us before the rain. Mrs. Mable Bell of Asher- ville was a visitor in the Verl Mendenhall home the middle of last week. M.B.W. Club met with Glad- ys Doud last Thursday. Ten members and the neighbor lady, Mrs. Jeanne Doud. and little son, Gregory, were our guests. After roll call and the business meeting, Agnes Zad- ina won the guess box. Gladys served a delicious lunch and the next meeting with Ollie Ransom in three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burd arrived from the west to at- tend the fuz~eral of Mrs. Elsie Henninger of Jewell, who is an aunt, I believe, of Mr. Burd. They came Friday and ser- vices for this very fine lady wi~lr be this (Monday) after- noon at Jewell. Mr. and Mrs, Guy Ball of Esbon and Mr. and Mrs, Joe Pate of SylVan Grove were day evening to visit her aunt and uncle. Everett Burds. Mrs. Mary Simmelink and son, Scott, were callers here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Obert of Sweet Home, Ore. was a visitor in the Deryl Burdett home last Wednesday and Mrs. Muriel Mechsner was an afternoon visitor there also. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. Darus Henning- sen of Mank~,to. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Bossen were Sun, day evening visitors in the Mr, and Mrs. Mike Mechsner home. The Lowell Hancock and the Earl Silsby families, both have graduates at the Beloit trade school this Wednesday even. ing. Cheryl Hancock and ~-ar line Silsby have our congratu- lations. Miss Edna Walker, Mrs. Mary Van Meter of Mankatol and Mrs. Nina Lox e of Califor-i nia visited Mrs. Georgene Bos-i sen Thursday. [ Paul Hciman was an even-~ ing visitor in the Bossen home and Lee Hooton was there an- other eveninl~ last week also. Peonies wil! not be very plentiful this year here on the ranch for Decoration due to the freezing. Some .places es- caped the bad weather, how- ever the iris and some roses are doing pretty well. Mrs. Wilbur Obert Odessa 4-H Tour will be held June Ist and starts at Sam Diebert's at 6:00 p.m. with a wiener roast following. Guests are wlecome. Remember this ThursdaY is the date. Memorial services were held at Odessa at 11:00 a.m. Sun- day morning. The cemetery looked very nice and was de- corated and some of the peon- ies in the cemetery were open- ing. Mrs. Otis Marihugh was a welcome guest at Odessa on Sunday morning. She is visit- ing the Walter Marihugh's. School closed the past week an~i all the farmers are busy with hay and planting. Friday an inch of rain up to 3 fell in this area with heavy hail damage at Clark's, Young's, Kellers', and Seems'. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert visited the Allen Keeps Satur- day evening. Cindy, Carol, and Kathy Blackwood were also guests of the Keeps. Mr. and' Mrs. Nick HeR- schmidt of Osborne and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heitschmidt of Natoma attended Esbon graduation Monday evening to see Dixie Obert their grand- daughter and niece graduate. Mr. & Mrs. Leo L~ke and family of Manhattan and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lund of Os- borne were at graduation ex- ercises to see their brother and nephew, Darrel Mart graduate, Mr. & Mrs. Rogez: Whelchel was present. Vacation Bible School is on at Esbon. It will run Wednes- day, Thursday, and Friday mornings this week also. Nelllt Obert of Sweet Home, Oregon and Mr. and M~'s. Sam Obert were Thursday dinner THE FOLLOWING LAND WILL SELL AT THE EAST DOOR OF guests of Wilbur Oberts. COURTHOUSE IN MANKATO, JEWELL COUNTY, KAN- Mr. and Mrs. John Miller (grandparents) of Glen Elder, SAg, ON'-" Mr, andMrs, BogerNltsch& rues Jun,. 6 I Bradley of Hunter (sister) of Janice Bartley were to Esbon graduation Monday evening. ~ Jeanette Obert spent from L Friday to Sunday at Osborne with her grandmother He[t-" * At 2:00 O'Clock P.M. schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bur Obert attended~, the Kiper Golden Wedding at Downs Sun- Tract I T act III day and went to Osborne and r visited the Nick HcRschmidt's. Jeanette returned home. NE-18-2-9 ENE-32-1-9 Jim Saltklll, a former resi- dent'of Dentonia passed away I,oca d 8 miles West, V,., North r^ --,-- .,,--. o,, at the rest home Friday noon. OI uurr uaK, a/isas. improve- fl R.~-,. ~=lr W.nu~ Anm.~r{ Services will be ,st Odessa at ments include a modern 7 room ..... 10:00 a.m. Monday. The family . _ . ll~xbel.v "iv et~z-m uA wllmb ~lt~ .Iv has our sympathy as they were house, barn, 2 steel gram bins , mil, , and supporting outbuildings pioneers of this area and the ....................... Odess" com. ......... whe .t ground after 1967 wheat family workers at munity and church acti~ities.:i uooa st cz well , na pon.a, to- cut. Landlord's share, % of mile cated on rock road, serwced by Frances Brant of Great Bend .......... to purchaser. Sold subject to was a Sunday visitor of Odes HJ~A, 8CaOOl OUS ann mall rou~e _. ,,. ~^... sa and of John Sloan of Portis. Growing crops axe approximate" ,c,,~, Sunday dinner guests of Eth- el Thomas were Verl Thomas ly 50 acres of mile, 12 ac es of . Ilkl and Paul and granddaughter cane. Landlord's share, 1/3 of fall /ran iv of Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. CLOD, to purchaser. Sold sub- Pete Doughman and family ofject to tenant's lease. SE-SSW-32-1-9 Guide Rock. Mrs. Pat Flavin and Mrs. m I I (except West 29 rods of the Elden Johanek made a trip ract lull NW of said SE) Sunday afternoon to bring the Sisters from Concordia to the Catholic Summer School at Smith Center. Ronnie Whelchel was a Sun- day overnight guest of Steven Obert. Already many people dying on our highways. We abhor the war in Vietnam and loss of life, but on our highways u!e slaughter needlessly duc to speed and drinking. What de- fense have you and I if we are involved? So, let's drive carefully and don't cause need- less death by adding the drink- ing if you drive, don't drink. Yours for a safe and sane hell. day, Mr. and Mrs. Max Howard, Kristy and Kathy, were Sun- day visitors in the Elsie How- ard home. Mrs. Ruby Parsons of Kansas City, Kansas spent some time in the Elsie Howard home. On Wednesday she ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Jor- dan Olson and Brenda, Sada May and Elsie Howard to the Gerry Howard home in Sabe- [ha. Then in the afternoon Janice and Jordan took Ruby to the bus in Hiawatha. From there she went on to her home. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sin- cere gratitude to all who re- membered us with cards and gifts while we were in the hos. pital. A special "thanks" to those who helped with the farming. May each of you be richly blessed for your thought. fulness. , --Emmett and Verda Lewi.~ WNW.32.1.9 located 3 miles West, 3%, miles North of Burr Oak, Kansas. Ap- proximately 80 acres of good gr' ss, Sold subject to tenant's lease. Located 3 miles West, 3 miles North of Burr Oak, Kansas. Ap- proximately 75 acres of wheat and 50 acres of milD. Real good stock well. A lot of good gram. Sold subject to tenant's lease. All of Tract III, the South Half of Tract II, and the N / SE A, except West 29 Rods, of the NW , SE%, in Tract IV are covered hy a very favorable mineral lea held by International Pipe anti Ceramics Corporation under which they pay $1,000.00 per year total minimum rental or 25 cents per ton of minerals removed, which- ever is the greater. For full details, see D. K. Balch, State Exchange Bank; Robert H. Meyer, County Attorney; or Arden Oat, Ost Agri-Servi . TERMS: 25% down day of Sak, balance on delivery of Deed and Abstract showing good Title. All Information believed to be correct but each prospective put. chaser is advised to mtisfy himself as to acreages, boundaries, lo- cations, and any other information. Only good title is warranted. SELLERS: Conservator of the Estate of Luther X. EverNn CLERK: STATE EXCHANGE BANK Mm ato, l(mm ) / \