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June 4, 1964     Jewell County Record
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June 4, 1964 Jewell Co. lge~z'd, .,M[aaa]~to, ,c,!t , ~ I li Judge Byron Rogers issued a marriage ~cense May 29 to Edward A. tMun'k a~d Jeanne Griff~tts of 'Ra~da~. Ti~e.;e ma~erisLs were charged with speeding by Trooper Cran- ston, pled guilty, were assessed c~mtt cos, is, and paid fines as re]- Saws: Sydney R. Demovsky, $10.00; W4Hi'am L. "Brawn. $30.00; Robert L. Day $10.00: John C DeJumg, $10.00; Dat~l E. By, ers. $20.00; Ray- rnc~d J. Schuatta. $10.00. Max R. Doyle was ch,arged on eotm'~s by Sheriff Earl Sta,f- Jr.: I. TrarL-:pc,rting alcoholic uor an open ean4ainer: and II. while intoxicated. De,fend- gu2}ty, was ~ined $59.00 cn I. $I00.00 en Goum II. and a~sesse~ court cosks. Defendant paid $106.63 with balance to be paid in 20 da~ys. :Dryer A. J acob.~on was charged w~th reckless dmiving by Depudy ~heriff Zade. Defendam pied guil'W, paid $25.00 fi,ne, and was 'assessed court costs. P~odney Ziegler was charged on t~vee counts by .the City M,a~-sh~tl of !Patrr Oak: I, Disturbing %he Peace; II, Throwing glass on public higbrway; ~d Ill. Desbruefion of Defend~an,t pled g~i~y, $10.00 on each coun, t. and es~essed court eo~ts. Defnd~n% !Dai~ V~ of ~che fi,rms, wh,ole, ,tb2e wa~qd had d,e~I.t kindly l wi~h ~tbe ,g~ad~. The class of 1958 R, odney Eve,.son v~s charged W}th destruction of prope>ty by 8~e~i.ff ]~a~l Sta~f~md. Jr. Defend- ~% ,pled gui,}ty, was fined $50.00. ~sessed court costs. ~n'd sentenced '0o i0 dsys .in j,a~l. De:f'e~da~t paid fi~ ,e arid costs, and was granted an ~rm'mdia~e parele for 6 m'on~hs. Of.flee of Cotmty Sa~per',m'tenden,t: "There's a ~b~g @~.ferenee be- Saw, Bowles and Mrs. C'laylx>n i Hughes, Fm'maso; Mrs. I.~ H. Den- ni,s, Fort (Myer& Florida; Oh~les H, ard,er, Mankat~; [Mrs. Lloyd Han- son ~Marshall Crys~ and Kath.ie, '.Mankato; Mrs. Glenn B. Hale,~,l _~aakao;~= Mr& D. K. Baich, Man- 'kate: Mrs. Leo B~anding, Mrs. Ka,~herirm Isaaeson. .:Mrs. Wayne Bcrnek, ing, and M,arga'ra Ger,'mn. Farmaso; Glen Mo~gomery, Sup- en~r: Genevieve M~r~ and Duane Superior: L:':and BarI,ley, Clerk. Di~t 82 E~bon : Wiabur Obert. Treasme,r. Dist. 82. Esbon; Mary Ca, therine Oldfield. BUTV Oak; Lyle F!inn, Clerk, Randal~l HiKh SehocI; Mr.~,. Gene BSack- wood. Cynthia and Onto1. NIan- tcato: Lloyd Harrson Man,ka~o: Viola [Mayhew. I.,oveweit School Prineipa'/: Lee Shirley, Prin.. Web- be r Seh0.o.1; Bevev/y James. Frin.. Formc~o Seho,~l. More than 400 Formoso High School Alumni a~bend,ed "the first hom~cc~ming eVtT to be held of this .a~sc~ei.atdon last Saturday night. The gymnasium perhaps hove," beware had held a more joyo,us crowd. Represen,taedvc~ were., presen,t from n'emqy every class. 1904 .to 1960. They orehe fr~>m many seelions of ~he worM. About 63 alumni mem- bers 1.i've in Cal'iform!a. One wou.kt experRmee difficu,Igy i~n finding a mone sueeess:[,ul general group of high scho2l al~umni :than thee pro- em at *.be homecoming. 'Ma's. Anna Bowles Jesc'h. St. Jose!~, M,o.. a member of ,the first clangs, ~a's pr~en~t, as was ~q_.rs. Vida W'i'l~,n Inge, a mem,ber of the 1905 class and 'laSer a %cachet in Fomm~o. They both a.ppeaved younger han even 'the number of yelps since their gvadu,a~on. As a bad only one geaduaem. !%a~ Dunstan. ~w'ho came ~rorn Go~hen- burg, Nebr.. for the h~mnec~n}~g. The evening was most ir~ter~b- ing. J~.'n Mi,Ker. '26. was %oa,st- ma, s~er of ~:he ,evening's program. Many helped %o mmke ~he ~euni~ i~ great sucres. ,a~d speeia~ recog- ndti'on ~oes :m Mrs. C~ayr~on Hu, g.hes, eheirma~,/Mrs. Cleo Blending, Mrs. Isis Bow~es. and /M~. Edg, ar Isaac- son. gree speech .and cheap ~a],k." On acce,un,t off dhe s'hort Deriod 'I~he ~cillowi~g called in our of- rice 'last week: Vi,ala R~ss, l~lem." of time si~nce pl.ans were first su,g- teacher. ~ank.ato; l:~aul Dahl. ~ested Coy ,~Ks ~on. there we~ m,m'~y ~ho could not a%i~nd. There Cask, ~Dlst. 91 Webber; Larry C~ir- I was a n~te of reg, r~ in ~a~ J. W. ~cl, t~a~her (Elem.). Jewell: H~r-' oM J~n, Prin., Jewe~l; Harry C~avk, ~o now lives in For~noso. 'A@rn., ~or~tra~ Schoals; could ,not be p~esem ~n ,aeeoun of Lyrm ,Essl,i~ger..Barbara Roe. i!lr~ess. He was superin~nd, er~t from Kennedy, h/Iank~o Schools,; 1922 o 1928 whe~, enrol, lrnen~ I~mks Fi.eki. Formoso; Mrs. reached 100 "and the class of 1924 Hare you'll find the used car you want at a price you'll like. Come and see! Under our Goodwill Used Car slgn we keep fine used Pontiacs and the best of the rest. The ~oodw|ll sign is our way of saying, "Here you can buy with confidence." Con- fidence in our fine used .ars. And oalideaGo ill US, 1962 - 4 dr. Pontiac 1961 - 4 dr. Rambler 1960 - 4 dr. Pontiac 1960 - 4 dr. Olds 1958 - 4 dr. Pontiac 1956 - 4 dr. Pontiac 1956 - 4 dr. Chev. 1956 - 4 dr. Olds 1961- IHC Fickup 1960 - IHC Pickup 1952 - II-IC Pickup SEVERAL OLDER CARS WAUGH OIL & GAS CO. bad 26 me~bea~ and o~hers. ShtN, ey is She daughter Same ef the early ,grad~ liv-[o~ Ellen a, nd L