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1 14, 1988 3EWELL COUNTY RECORD, TO, KANSAS " I E.'H. U. [ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whel- Mr. and Mrs. Gary Han- sccretary of the nationalI ASH CREEK CHURCH at 8:00 p.m. ]Prayer Hour, Mr. and Mrs. / | _ [chel and daughters, Ronda cock and children of San group, is to induce travelers! OF THEUNITED .... ] Wednesday ....7:30 p.m. visited her cousi Miss Ter,| Harrison. Extension[Rae, 2 years, and Gayle Diego, Calif., left for home to use route 36, and to bring BRETHREN IN CHRIST NAZARENE BURR OAK [ ..... esa Graham, -rlWrs, | mlkerseetim at hehUmttheld ltslDenise, 1 years, have Friday, July 8. They had public awareness to bear on] Esbon- Route 2 Lee Hillery, pastor] CATHOLIC CHURCH ham Friday evening. [ g ome[moved from Washington, D. spent two weeks in Man- the need for a four-lane| ---- ] ESBON i i'. :', .... [ W. A. Andrews. [C., to Mankato and are liv- kato with Gary s parents, highway from Indianapolis,] Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:001 ---- Mr. and Mrs. Noble [ [at members and three] ing in one of the Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hancock: Ind., to Denver, Colo. [ Evening Service .. 8:00 p.m. Sunday School ...... 10:00l Winter Schedule: tinsen, Sherry,and ,Ricky of [ s answered roll call]apartments on East Main. and Rodney, and also visited A movie, demonstrating] ~ Evening Worship ....8:00[8:30 a.m. at Esbon Forest Grove, Oregon vi~t, [ something concerning]Jim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary's sister, Linda Owen the importance of highway[ WEBBER METHODIST Youth Service ....... 7:15[ 10:00 a.m. at Smith Center ed Geneva Ost Saturday af, [ a. Our guests were[ Richard Whelchel, is ()ut of and family. Gary works for safety and the need for bet-]CHURCH Wednesday Evening ~ ~ ternoon. .... ] vernon Stone, Phyllis] the Air Force after serving Sears & Roebuck in San ter roads was shown prior to/ Webber, Kansas Prayer Meeting .... 8:001 OLIVE HILL CHURCH , , . ,, | and Mrs. Loyd Davis.[ for 8 years and plans to at- .Diego. the talks bv Sgt. G. C. John-[ Loren J. Silsby, Minister ~ [ R.R. 1 - Superior, Nebr. Richard Dewey was in the ] ; finished our plans to[tend college this fall. ~ son, Jr. of'Troop H of the[Keith McKeown, S. S. Supt.IONIA EVANGELICAL | Rev. Glenn Michael, Belleville hospital ~ two days| the Willa Cather Me-/! ~ iM'mh'lttanJulv7-hi~hwayvatrolSgtJohn-[ ---- UNITED BRETHREN I Minister last week with aia attack of / u . [ " race Jenkins visit- Ou standing ' academic re- son also ~luote~l f~ures on Worship Service . 9 30 a m CHURCH Chrissie Ahrens, S. S. Supt. appendicitis. He was able lxl d. ?laAudge ;taller gave edMl(~:eG the 4th of ,l,u, ly ]cords duringg the spring se- highway safety for this area]Sunday School .. 10:30 a.m. DAVID TROTT, Minister Sun ---- come home Saturday. report from the Advis-[ weekend at the Clem Tuggle [mesler earned scholastic and pointed to a relationship] Choir Rehearsal, ---- [ ' day School .. 10:00 a.m. | Council. She explained] home in Atchison, Kans. [honors" by 761 Kansas between improved roads and/ Wed ........... 7:30 p.m. Worship Service . 11:00 a.m.[ Church Service .. 11:00 a.m. Dear Friends: : ] e of the check mate pro-] ~ [ State University students, [fewer accidents. | WSCS--lst and 3rd Sunday School .. 10:00 a.m.[ Mid-Week Prayer [ Enclosed find a ,cheek tO ] a, urging each to -et a[ Mrs Maymie Miller )f[according to Alley H. Dun- [ A five year plan of thelWednesdays .. 2:00 p.m. The "Y" Fellowship everylMeeting, Wed.. 7:30 p.m. I renew the subscription for | ly check up for Cancer/Goodland visited over the can, chairman of the [state highway department| other Sunday afternoon atI [the Jewell County Record. , r [ our own good and to win [ weekend at the Steve Arn- [ university's Academic for route 36 from St. Josephl UNION CIIAPEL 2:00 p.m. I CATHOLIC CHURCH [ We look forward each week ~ts for this program. [ oldy home. [ Standards Committee. I east to the Livingston Coun-[ E.U.B. CHURCH ~ [ MANKATO t, receiving the paper and_ i he second and last part[ ! The fact that a student]ty line calls for more dual[ DeWitt T. Miller, Pastor ESBON E. U. B. CHURCH | ----- we like to keep informed of i the foods season was] Mr. and Mrs. John Mosier[ has won scholastic honors Ilane highway, the group was[ Supt., Vaden Davis, Jr, DeWitt T. Miller, Pastor [ Mass Schedule ] Jewell County news. i en by Mrs. W,, A. An-land son, Tommy, of Hills-[ is recorded on his per- told by Kenneth Townley,[ ----- Earl Silsby, S. S. Supt. ]Sundays ........8:00 a.m. Yours Truly, I ws. It was Tips Tolboro, Ore., came Thursday[manent records and he also[district 1 engineer. ]Sunday School .. 10:00 a.m., ----- [ ~ ] Mrs. Nelson Sorrells ! e Down and S ruce U "l for a visit with his sister,[ receives a commendation Eventual plans are for al[ Mornin Worshi 11"00 a m Mornin Worshi 9"45 a m[ MANKATO CHRISTIANI Phillipsburg, Kansas : er P P" " g P " " " g P .... ! summing it all up the/Mrs. Clarence Blayhmk, andllrom his dean. limited access, divided routelSunday: Sunday School .. 10:45 a.m./ CHURCH I ~ ! .y.successful way to lose[Clarence, also with the[ 'Fo receive scholastic re-J36 from St. Joseph to Hanni-I 10:00 A.M. Bible School [ ~~ [ Minister: Dick Applegate I Mr. & Mrs. Bob Hodg~ & aght is Eat Less And Do l Wayne Blaylocks. They left l cognition, a K-State student l bal, Mo., Mr. Townley stated.[ 11"00 A.M Morning [ BURR OAK CHRISTIAN I "~- I son, Brad, of Seattle, WludL )re." [ for Harvard and Hastings, Imust have earned at least aI of primary importance in[ " " Worship [ CHURCH [ Sunday: [ are visiting her mother, K. H. D.C. News was/Nebr., to visit Mrs. Mosier's1330 grade point averagelcarrying out these programs, l 6:00 P.M. Senior Youth [ Richard K Brook, minister / Bible School .... 10:00 a.m.1 Mrs. Grace Chileotla i [en by Mrs. David Sten-/relatives before returning [ (on a scale where A equals lMr. Townley said, is money.| 7:30 P.M. Evening [ ".___ ] Worship Hour .. 11:00 a.m.] : t and parliamentary prac-[ home [ 4.0) for a minimum of 151 There is not enough money] Worship I (win .,i m [ Youth Hour ..... 6:00 p.m.[ _ es were presented by[ [ semester hours of work. I to carry out any crash pro-[ Tuesdav" - I Bible Study ...... 7:30 p.m. I ............. i s: Marshall Bmhop. / ................... I Ronald McCammon, Man- ] gram on any one highway at] 2:00 P.M. Gleaners, 2nd [ Tr - N] v,.th 6"3a n m ] Gleaners, 2nd and ] ~2~.~,~| Mrs I'L-~KIVIUINI l IVl t'.IIIUUI;~I ,, .................. ~ ..... ~ ] .~ .7 Lyle McCammon[ ..... RCH I kato and .Mary, Evelyn[this time, he said. | and 4th weeks I Jet Cadets, [.~ .4th "luesdays .. 2:00 p.m.]l[~lll~ll~ ~_ i u me recreation. / ~n,a / Wanklyn, Kanaau won I Secondly, he said, Driorityl of month I co, .no,, ] a.nn., ..~ I rnmary Lnoeavor, I 17~,,~;1[ a~,~,,r.J-..~ ! ] Our Unit will not meet in/Rev. Dean E. Rose [sch,,lastie honors at Kahsaslfor the construction of four" Wednesday: I ...... I Wednesday .... 4:00 p m.I I~~iU~[ ] tgust. The next re~ular/ . / State University during thellane highways is reserved 1"00 P M Year I MenninI I Jet Cadets, t I~J'~m~~.~m~!~ | '~ I " hi Service . ..... :etmg. will be September[ 8.30 a.m. Wors , _po ..... ; [spring semester, l for those routes which are ger Bible Class I MONTROSE METHODIST I Wednesday ....4:00 p.m. c With Mrs. Delmar Boy-/up ^a.m.t.nurcnpc ,u, [ I carrying 5,000 or more cars 3"45 P M Primary Youth [CHURCH [ I I [ '- uMb[Sc W. A. Andrews, chCo 2e?e?2r / ci;::: se[k alci,Ha:ig2: oYr3m6ed lao u: egt;, t eme,s t?: of:: ;oo P:M: Cen ) I,Y aUthnin_] veReVl ?me;neR? ept.I LuTEITEARN2EL CALRcH I ' elations Chr. I - [ ..... land the Livingston line carr- ger Bible Class [ ____ [ Pastor Nielson, Scandia I ..... !:i~ [ ] to rromote oute I ies an average of about 3200 e.,. raa.,. [ ........... I Mrs Elvie Konovaisk'"I ' ,,,, _ ~ ~_ ^...a ~n..,~ "~xr;H;...,.. Sie_l __ i o o,~ u ~. / worsnlp ervlce . v:6o am.I .v, I = I lv rs IYII. i;IHIA 111 . llllalll * rs " " " ' .... B - 2:-'urt s-Fo[som, Mzs. lbert and boys of Aloha,[ New interest here in thelCa,,a day: ...... :_,^., ..., 10:00 A.M_Youth Chmr [Church School .. 10:30 a.m./ Plamst [ wor| :!:/ ] d mrs. vjvian ust[ore' spent Wednesdaylpromotion of Highway u u rracuce I [ ....... ""7- .._.. I I 'ter stster, Mrs. ~redl_ ._2 ....... ~.~ u ...... ~ ~^. I ...... N.hli.h,,~a Wh,,rona,,I me two-ram cnauenge lot ~ I ASSEMBLY OF GOD /worsnlp bervme . a:aa a.m.[ ..... ~.~ ..... [ IlCl~ of ' U, VelIIH~::9 i~l.L LH'U III, JIIIU tJI 111. vYaO 11 ~ I~ L~..,u & u ou ,y , re,C,, Marion, Kans., left land Mrs Art Berg and Mar-[nightwith the formation of l m.emberS.f aoUi,g)owa.y.a..6 Northbranch Frmnds Church[ CHURCH [Sunday School... 9.40 a.m. [ :] /.-.2a, on a trip t)y car to l~. " l a St Jose,,h chanter of the l E"U"''~''"" u.s,~,.,.,~,u.,., Wendell Barnett, pastor I Mankato / ~ I ....... I maid. They plan to be I [ ....... I that they must push for the LaJaunta Winslow, S.S. | George M Bingham, / WESLEYAN METHODIST I ...... I ne abo .... .... ......... ,. ...... s r i " .... ut two weeks , [ Mr and Mrs Glen Gh,ver] Harry Gamage was elect-lcnst.ul l_n, of a bett_er Supt. [ Minister [ .. CHURCH . ] , . [ I .-.,,..:.......'2_, ,,.. ....... I. I .,.4 ..... .. .r, ........ toau w tie ,tt die un,e U.le Sundav School at 10'001 S S Supt - Myrtle Ault / ttoss manm, rastor I .... I The "" ...... lot r.mpu.a ~vc-~ m~= w,=e,~-i =~, v.e~,,.,.,,~ .,t ..,. s-~-v ,*~/inducin" travelers to use 36 " " .... " .... e"" _,)~nKato t tre Depart-lend visiting Mrs Glover'sla meeting following dinnerl.^ .... Worship at .......... 11:001 .... ------ / Delmar Roberson, Supt. I ] ~"~ltudySfn::t~ th;;kr Beard-[ parents-~MrL,andr M::e Jm':hvn_ l aatntth~ wS2:ng:;~ad rl~st~l~e[ ~he~5,0~0~) a daT'leve'~:" ,~t,.,, [ne2d:g y~rtohs~a~p7.1a5t p8 ad/ aunfanYgS oOrOslhip I0.00 a.m.] Sunday School. 10"00 a m [ l l dPt lyth?mt ThuI~?c~Yes n~gaht, i gamjulY:e tVo Osk i,(,,::;I 2:Xpw i hw trSle a tm :ntthel ATheia~a2~asfHiwghiwl~Y 36 Prayer Meeting Wednesday] Evening Worship. 7.30 p.m. [WoTh~" S.ervme 11.00 ;.m.[ --------'. mmml. Icy had put out a rasg[..i, w(', l" ,~1,~,4" tlHuenergarde is president is ............ ~ ..................... , ...... 'Y.'M'W.B::: ....7:00p'm'l" _.'~m..~m2._ ' 'e " o ..,,, ju., ,...~ ..... [: ....... - ...................... :?~ ..... ....... The Chrstlan r~len~ ~I~1" m the Jud as . the most actwe m the four , ! ...... B ble Study ... 7"00 p m ..... ~, _ . Y p ture sev-lham Penn College and Mr Iwere Bob Wollenman, vine-] ................ t~...:_.. ...... ~ ..... ....... ..... " ..... [ OneNorw~ySt,,S~t~tllll| ~, weeks a o . . o~a~c lzzuv~s,z~zz~ a~ ~stl~ ~szn~. :~ ~ , ' Lvangelistlc ", '' " _ g and BradlGlover will be in the main-/pres dent, and Haroldl ....... : ..... :,' .... .... .... .. . __^ [ .................. a, snowing his a""re":" I. ~ , , , /,~ ,_ .. ....~.__ .....Im years past, Mr tauener- ~.~ ' ~" bervme 7"3U pm I vea~termy|m~r~mrm~ vv ~,a- tenance oepartment. ~crlmltz, recoruing secre- . : ,o~ ~ .... . .... ' )r for the fine work af thol 1,.... Tt. .... I. ~.~;o;.,. ;..~ ~.[ garde stud, the assocmtton ~4' .... ,:~ ~ ~ : /;, ..... , Prayer Meeting, j /donitor fat lhtl~tl~l;~t~.lt~l ~ ', e department /,-~,,,-, ,-,,~ T,_,~,,u lr,.,.~. ~ u, ..... ~ ~.a ,~. I has been actwe at any time ~} ;~ ~ Wednesday .... 7:30 p.m.] tow. lenlo~ $---.-- IU.$.~' [ ,.,1 I , ,,,u ' it w--s f-If n,~,-oec.,-,r t,, .,,,eh ll ' I " ' ..... -- [ I want to thank all my/r'ghtemployed by the ha-]for i=rn_rovements"" -,-v .... tL; Ira:Y A $Z4 l::l p u lla : trlt~NK YOU " for .... P " ~ : ~, IPIIKJI ltlhi*ll;~l .... ' > I- /fnends and relatives [tu)nal assoc|ation, was ln-I ........... :~';~1~[~.~ :2ilY*~ [ "-B ....... ' ..... want to thank m " . . ,. . . mmauy, ne said, me asso- CHURCH I.I _ . . y ch|l-/cards, wstts gifts, and also/strumental m setting un thel ......... ...... [ arm triendsforthe/-. .... S t.'.a .... "- I Cmnon was formed Dy cm- l[l[I Rev. minstead I Iq me .......'' .rs, wsits . zens who wanted the states .... r _ , cardsand/I was ,n the hospital and] The purpose of forming .... ----- I .... o:ni :feive.a while in/since returning home I the association, according to[ ht Ke::enrommam::t nce :r School .. 19:00 a.m.] St t ...... o i and since re il ' , r ..... El p .......l :uu am , -I You w I always be e-IBlll Johnst(m of the adver-[un ...... i ~ ....... " "[ ..... , home. Thanks a lot.lmembered. It]sing firm and Floyd Huen-[to avea road oetween ...... Training unmn .. o:Ju p.m. I ..i :I ---r ertha E. Ernst. ] --- Hazel Shipley ergarde, Smith Center, Kan.,I rGazette St Jose"h Mo | * / (of sorts) What ts tt that: Runs errands.., save time. a reaches friends.., gives protection...wins busine ... on0 of biggest bargains you buy? A man named Bell inventod Southwestern Boll / /i ii /i : : Speed enforcement by air- description of the vehicle. craft has been used by the'the speed, location, and time Kansas Highway Patrol for of the violation. The pilot several years and quite ex- keeps the violator's car in tensively for the past five view until it is stopped by years. The Patrol now uses the Trooper in the catch two planes and plans are]car, so that if necessary, he being made for a third, can testify in court that the To check your speed from the airplane the pilot uses a stop-watch and times your vehicle from one mile mark to the next. The mile mark hc uses is the white square painted on the highway surface each mile. More re- cently a symbol of an air- plane is painted on the road instead of the square. In a typical operation, two Patrol cars approx- imately ten miles apart near the roadway. These are the intercept or "catch" cars. The aircraft patrols the stretch of highway between the catch cars. The pilot flies at an average altitude of approximately 1500 feet and one fourth mile to his right of the highway. This gives him a clear review of the traffic. To his experienc- ed eye, cars traveling over the speed limit are easy to spot. The pilot starts his stopwatch on a suspected speeder and flies along with the car until it reaches car stopped was the one he har checked. All pilots of Patrol planes come from the ranks of the Patrol. When inclement weather grounds the planes, the pilots return to their re- gular duties as Troopers. Drivers committing many different violations have been issued summons by the aircraft crew. Thees viola- tions include improper pass- ing, running stop signs, driving while under the in- fluence, following too close- ly, throwing trash on the highway and many others. The Patrol planes have been used on many oc- casions to make emergency blood runs, and to look for lost or wanted persons. However their main fun- ction is speed enforcement. The deliberate speeder who watches the rear view mir- ror and sideroads while burning up the road is ducksoup for the aircraft CleW. his speed chart deter- For any questions or mine the speed, then comments, contact Trooper alerts the catch car that he Laynard Shearer, Mankato, has' a violator approaching l Kansas, giving him the color and, .... , OF THE .... ,. CENTRAL;' '---"" KANSAS PROI uuT " CId, DIT ASSOCIAq ION" 301 West 7th, Concordia, Kansas, As of June 30, 1966 , ....... Loans (Less Provision for Bad Debt .... Losses) $5,715,4P,5'00 Cash ' 0,401 U. S. Government ,Secumtms " " V alu e ) " " 5,947i99 Other Investment (Cam" in ,' Value9 . .... y 5,000.00 Class B Stock - Federal Intermediate- Credit Bank 132985.00 Equity in F. I. C. B. Allocated Legal'= ' ' : ,I 1) . ~..= .... : , eserve ::-: 49. , : 1 AccrLmd Interest Receiwtble *:T* t)CA Office Buihling (I,ess 7:; ])epreciation ) Furniture, Fixtures & Eqmpment? Less I)el)reciation ) Otl A ts .......... ler sse ' :.,i, 190, 46;6 1 Total Assets IJABILITIES ..... : - , , : li" : Loans Rediseounted - Fc leral In'mediate .... Credit Bank 5 Notes Payable - Federal Intermediate Credit Bank Accrued Interest Payable Other Liabilities Total Liabilities NET WORTII Clans A Stock (Owned by 139 Members) Class B Stock (Owned by 431 Members) Surplus Unapplied Earnings $ Total Net Worth $ Total Liabilities and Net Worth I hereby certify that the Statement is correct to the best of my knowledge James D. Ganson, Secretar DIRECTORS Geo. Fredrickson - Cloud County Stensaas -- Re Arnold M. Rose - Jewell County - S ' Louis Bierbaum Wa, hmgton 4//i j:::~{?:(' i : :~" (: ~:i::' ~ ~!' ,