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July 14, 1966

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JULY 14, 1966 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSA$ OF CONDITION State Exchange of Mankato in the of Kansas at the close on June 30 L,. ASSETS balances with .'r banks, and items in pro- ; of collec- t .......... $361,480.9: ~. Gov't obliga- Ls, direct and ranteed ... 496,537.84 igations of States political sub- isions ...... Let loans and :ounts ..... rik premises, niture and fix- !es, and other 44,100.00 591,367.15 ets representing tk premises . 24,878.29 ter assets ... 3,649.08 tal Assets . $1,522,013.29 LIABILITIES mand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. $753,583.37 i Time and savings deposits of indivi- duals, partner- ships, and cor- porations ..... 92,354.52 Deposits of U. S. Gov't ....... 42,561.19 Deposits of States and political sub- divisions ...... 507,539.70 Total Deposils $1,396,037.78 (a) Total demand del)osits . $1,255,684.26 (b) T,)tal time and savings dep()sits . $ 140,354.52 Total Liabil- ities ...... $1,396,038.78 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Common Stock-- total par value . $ 50,000.00 No shares auth- orized 500 Surplus ....... 50,000.00 Undivided profits ........ 22,814.92 OF RIGI4TS .., . UNTIL~ /93 0 LO~AL ~RJM)EMARKS, Inc. had . lave ower..- Today's moaern homemaker has electric power ; hundreds of electric servants that perform her more efficiently, faster and more eco. aoraically than Cleopatra ever dreamed possible. From preparlng meals to cleaninq the floors... electric servants make every homemakinq job easier and leave more leisure time for the won- tiers of electric entertainment television, radio, atereophonic music.., all to be enjoyed in the orrdo t of electric air conditioning.., Cleopatra never had it so goodl Your Electric Cooperative invites you to see your mVorite electrical appliance dealer about adding to your staff of electzical aezvants.,, I ie'll be agP to help youl e-me Reserve for con- tingencies and other capital reserves ...... 3,159.59 Total Capital Accounts ... $125,974.51 Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts .. $1,522,013.39 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ........ $1,292,531.83 Average of total loans for tim 15 calendar days ending with call date ........ 583,982.87 l, Richard L. Diamond, President of the above-nam- ed bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Richard L. Diamond Correct--Attest: A. T. Kramer, J()n B. Menhusen, D. K. Balch, LITTLE 81RD 1 I XOLD .HE / I: ?o;" 7,.AlT ' a W. Ralph Waugh, Directors State of Kansas, County of Jewell, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this l lth day of July, 1966, and I hereby cer- tify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. Opal A. Teeple (Seal) Notary Public My commission expires March 19, 1968. MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMM. CO. REPORT We had a good rain last week over a lot of the coun- ty, and several farmers who were planning on selling cattle shut the gate on them. But we still had a lot of cattle and the market was real good. There are plenty of Eastern buyers wanting cattle. They are calling us every week wanting to know what we will have in the auction. If you have to sell because of a shortage of water or grass, you will get a good price for them In our auction. We sold Fat Hogs to $24.70, Packing Sows to $19.10 and Feeder Shoats to $25.00. The Light Pig mark- ct has been some slower the last week, selling mostly from $10.00 to $16.50. We sold light Steer Calves !to $32.10. A set of 350 lb. Bull Calves sold for $28.50, Heifer mates at $26.00. We sold a set of Whiteface Steers, average for quality, weighing 634 lbs. for $26.65. 26 Whiteface Steers weigh- ing 770 lbs. sold for $25.80. We had several loads of 700 Remember, we have the buyers for your stock. Call us so we can advertise your livestock for you. See you in the auction Friday. VAIL McCLINTOCK Simpson. Kans. BOB ISAAC Mankato, Kans. I Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 A. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:00- 8:00 P. M. Mrs. Leo Parsons came to see her mother, Mrs. O. R. Beeler, several morning dur- ing the past week. Miss Ava Cramer called on Mrs. Mattie Metz Wed- nesday afternoon. Mr. Vilas Freeman accom- panied Mr. Newell Axtell to Belleville on Sunday after- noon and visited his sister Mrs. Newell Axtell, who is in the Republic County Hos- )ital. The Jack Blair family ook Mrs. Blair's grandfath- er, Mr. Charles Graham, for an automobile ride Sunday evening. Mr. Raymond Beeler of Randall was a Thursday af- ternoon,* visitor of his moth- er, Mrs. O. R. Becler. Mrs. Will Lagergren made frequent calls on Mrs. Mat- tie Metz last week. Sunday afternoon callers of Mrs. Minnie Barrett were her son, Mr. Gene Barrett, and Mrs. Barrett of Randall. There is not much news this week on account of the hot weather and the busy times. Other pictures shown were l those taken by the Life fam- ily during a trip to the Ev- angelical United Brethren Mission Stations in the Cumberland,, and Red Bird Districts of Kentucky. These were all interesting. minister. The film was en-tBill, Douglas, Martina, Sus- titled "Light In The Hills". !an and Jane, and friends, Glenna Gayla Boyles, of Mankato; Clyde Caramel of Blue Rapids, Kans.; Francis and Florine Goulart and children, Judy and Jeannette, of Fresno, Calif.; Edgar and Alma Rosebaugh of Barnes Kans.; Hazel Bean of Beloit Durimz the discussion per-[Phyllis Winder and children iod which followed, reasonsIRt~d, Robin and Rick, of were given to explain thelWM}'ta; Larry Koh!er /).f difficulties sometimes en-!t~ehnt; and toy anu ~tta countered by the workers in[Crouch. the ministry to people living[ -- -- in this part of the United[Mystic Circle Club States. With Mrs. Colson leading, those present join- ed in a litany containing selected Bible verses. The regular monthly offering was received To close the program, Mrs. Colson read four lines of poetry written by Harry K. Zeller, Jr. Miss Alice Sellhorn was the hostess. Several ladies assisted. They served a tasty cottage cheese pudding, de- licious cookies and cooling lemonade. ;'ifty-five relatives gath- ered in the Mankato City Park for a family reunion Sunday, July 10, 19(16. The reunion was sparked by RoyI and Etta Crouch, residents of Mankato, when Georgv Meyer and family and I:ran- cis Goulart and family came from California on vacation. Mrs. Della Meyer is Mrs. Etta Crouch's sister. Other sisters include Mrs. ttazel Bean, Mrs. Ahna Rosebaugh, Mrs. Vida Rose- baugh and their brother, Clyde Cammel. July 6, Club met with lmcy Wiley at he.r home. Ten members were present. We missed Grace Bennett and Erma Thompson, also Bess Mocker who is visiting her" sister in Colorado Springs, Coh). Roll call was answered with stories of tim F(mrlh of July. Minutes of the last meeting were readt and a l)l)roved. The hostess[ vifl fr()m Marie h) Lucy I a hwely pListic hmch ch)th.I We l)lay,,~d lwo word pames whici~ (;race Millet" and Ella (7()ls()n won. The prizes were little stationery notes. We then had a (hi licit)us hmch and spent some time visit- ira-, afler which we thanked ()tlr hostess for a h)vely evening. Th,t next me('lin~_', will be with (',raee Miller al her h()me Auv,. 3. --Marian LaRue, Rep. Mr. arid M~s. R. E. Tate and d~u,,.',h/cr, l,indsay, who ;_n'o 14ovitw, fr()m Kai~sas City I~) Ph,)eni'