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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, July 22, 1976 Page 4 - Section 1 "MANKATO U.M.W. Harmony United Metho- dist Women met July 7 for a 2 p.m. meeting in the Fellow- ship Hall. The July and August meetings have always been breakfast affairs for many years, but with air condition- ing now, it wasn't necessary. Our President, Mrs. Vernon Spider, led in reciting the Purpose, followed by her pray- er. Since the lesson was on "All Are Called,m the leaders, Mrs. Harry Smith and Mrs. Beulah Brinkworth, decided to give the program toMlss Tad- hi Sflsby, who reported on her trip to over 20 points of Inter- eat on the United Methodist Missionary Tour for Junior- Senior High School girls and First-Year College, in our Kansas West Conference. Tadhi was chosen to join the bus at Wichita June 2nd, to travel on the Northeast Tour with 40 girls and six adults. They returned June 11th after visiting Day Care Centers, Indian Missions, Wesley School of Nursing, and First United Methodist Churches, all these in Wichita the first day. Then on to Newton to visit our Youthville project. Next to Kansas City to St. Paul's Theo- logy School, and Stella Lamb Neighborhood House. Chicago provided Community Centers, Orphan's Homes, and beautiful churches, After reaching In- dianapolis, Louisville, St. Louis, Southwestern Univer- sity at Winfield, they com- pleted another safe and suc- cessful journey which our Con- ference Methodist Women have been promoting for many years. Tadhi was assisted by her mother in presenting her own slides and displayed in- teresting brochures and pic- tures. Our U.M.W. wishes to gratefully acknowledge the gift of $500.00 from the estate of a deceased member, Mrs Mary Caandler, Mrs. Sniderthanked the members of the Circles for cleaning the entire church. Mrs. Larry Thompson was ap- pointed chairman of the United Methodist float project for the Bicentennial Parade Sept. 4th in Mankato. Several are plan- ping to attend the School of Missions at Salina July 27-30. August 22rid is the next church service at the City Park with Sunday School promotion and picnic dinner. Mrs. DonnaJen- sen, Adelaide Regnier, and Mrs. Elaine Smith provided refreshments for the Rebecca Circle. We are sorry to lose Mrs. Floyd Van Engen from our membership, but happy to be able to report a new mem- ber, Mrs. J. D. Groves for Ruth Circle. -Mrs. A. T. Menhusen, Secretary. 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY The American Legion Hall in Esbon was the scene of a happy gathering whenthe chil- dren and grandchildren held open house in honor of the "l WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE IN THE PRIMARY Republican Candidate for State Representative 107th District Pal. Adv. Luster Hanson, Chairman 50th wedding anniversary of Charlie and Dor(~hy Love. The hall was beautifully decorated in green and gold. The gift and serving tables were covered with white with golden wedding bell decora- tions. The guests registered at a square table trimmed with green and gold streamers from a gold wedding bell. The granddaughters took turns opening and recording the gifts. The older granddaugh- ters, the daughters-in-law and daughters served the cake, nuts, mints and punch. The children who honored their parents were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard (Martlyn) Mey- er and Mr. and Mrs. George Love, all of Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn (Ina) Rightmeier, Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Love, Jr., Belleville, and Jim nf the home. The out of town guests who registered were: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sanderson, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell, Mrs. Fran- cis Frye, Mr. and Mrs. Del- bert Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Iden Chilcott, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hedges, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Entwistle, Mr. and Mrs. George Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Scarrow, Mrs. Ruby Scarrow, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Love and Patti, Mrs. Law- rence Maser, Hallie Maser, Mrs. Mary Lagergren, Mrs. Agnes Zadina, Mrs. Pearl Sloan, Mrs. Grace Hancock, Mrs. Gertrude Russell, and Glen Love, all of Mankato; Mr. Bruce Bugner, Mr. Rndger Quy and Miss Martie Colladay ct Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hedden, Winfield; Mr. and Mrs. Butch Mahaffy, Oxnard, Calif.; Albert Love, Chester, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster, Superior, Nob.; Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ernst and Mrs. Delbert Underwood, Burr Oak; Viekie Suthers, Wetmore; Mr. and Mrs. Laur- ence Jones and family, Em- poria; Mrs. Dorothy Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Car- ter and children, Grand Junc- tion, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Andersen, Jewell; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Killqn, Courtland; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eilers, SCan and Gay, Nelson, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Davis, Sr., Red Cloud, Nebr.; and Mrs. Pearl Murray of El Cajon, Calif. There were two great- grandchildren and 17 grand- children who were able to at- tend. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our chil- dren, grandchildren, other relatives and friends who did so much to make our 50th wedding anniversary such a wonderful day. Also, many QUARTERLY REPORT OF CITY TREASURER Burr Oak, Kansas For the period from April 1, 1976 to June 30, 1976 OJd FUND6 ~ General .......... 11,073.59 War, m" ............ 8,.102.21 Street Lights . ... 491.33 Rural Fire De- partment ...... 1,589.31 Library .......... 556.62 Sewer Fund ..... 1,887.39 Special State Gas Tax ....... 4,328.85 Sewer Bond and Interest 13,336.44 2,358.46 6,306.30 195.60 1Z1.68 1,390.93 x 677.92 3,875.7O Disburse- New me~t8 ba~znces 4,111.26 9,320.79 3,099.99 I 1,30~.52, 278.66 408.27 381.28 123.92 856.76 1,054.87 thanks for the cards, gifts and calls. -Charlie and Lorothy Love. NOTICE Mr. Gene Lundgren, Field Representative of the ,Social Security Administration will next visit Mankato on Tuesday, July 27, 1976. Persons desir- ing information are requested to call at the Courthouse bet- ween 10:00 and 12:00. If you're 65 or over, or blind, or disabled and just can- not make ends meet, you be able to get rconthl mental security checks. You don't have tol completely without resources to get these ments. If you think you be eligible, or if information about mental security income, or write any social office. Or, if one who is havir ting by, have them with their nearest security office. Expenditures: 1,208.03 Per diem of township audit- 554.38 ing board .................... 60.00 60.00 2,421.56 Publication expense ............ 6.90 16.00 Prairie Dog Poison ............ I00.00 3,951.90 Total Expenditure by township board ..........66.90 176.00 17,212.14 Recelpts: t977 PROPOSED BUDGET Jackson Township, Jewell County Notice is hereby given that on the 4th day of 1976, the Township Board of Jackson Township, County, Kansas, will nleet at Webber Elevator, 5:00 for the purpose of hearing and answering objectiOnS taxpayers relating to the proposed budget and for purpose of considering amendments to such budget. Lawrence A. Bothwell, Trustee. Lloyd E. Olsen, Clerk. Clarence Behrends, Treasurer. PrecedingCurrent GENERAL FUND Year Year 1975 1976 19/1 Revenue Sharing Unencumbered Township Bal- Program ....... 5,567.71 1,199.00 696.30 6,070.41 ance, January I ........... TOTAL .......... 46,933.45 16,125.59 10,603.04 52,456.00 County Treasurer's ,~djusted I, Ruby R. Wood, do hereby certify that the above Balmice, January ......... statement is correct. Ad valorem property tax ..... Ruby R. Wood, City Treasurer. Inmagible tax .... ' ....... i .... 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