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i/! ODMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS JULY, 1966 The Board of County Com- missioners, Jewell County Kansas, met in regular sos- mton with the following pro- Bent: Neal C. Harris, Chair- man; Ray Dietz, Member; V: E. Tullar, Member; Ro- bert H. Meyer, County At- torney; and Alvin C. Fall, Jr., County Clerk. ON "MOTION THE FOLL- OWING CLAIMS WERE '11 f ,, j -" COKD, IANiLa.TO,, KAI; AZ: ii i5RSDAY,' AUGUS t 242.00'~[ Keith Roe ALLOWED: Eva Rogers 2.00 Salina Tractor Co. 3500.00 Ross Hancock 29.97 Mankato Welding & rovia, Calif. GENERAL Esther Dauber 176.00 Walter A. Railsback2.00 Christensen's 12.50 City of Mankato 35.30 Machine 10.00 guests of Mr. and Salaries & Wages Arden B. Clegg 295.0( .[ Humes Sales Co. 15.73 Mankato Feed & Seed 24.93 l.ehrling Chevrolet 27.30 ell McNichols Emma Kibbe 333.33 Nina McClure 75.6f 102.00 Jonson's Texaco 910.53 Mankato Lumber Co.30.30 Argo Industries, Inc. 44.31 Thursday evening Alvin C. Fall, Jr.430.00 Lucile Clark 185.00 Legal Publications Joy Michael 65.90 L. & B. Electric 6.00 Frontier in , Robert H. Meyer 341.66 Ardeth Wilson 220.00 Jewell Co. Record 7.97 Superior Motor Roy's Wallpaper & 2075.34 McNich ,ls Carol Ross 303.32 Irma Fogo 7.00 Jcwcll Co. Record 15.24 Parts 255.19 Gifts 4.69 - - for their h,,r b. Byron Rogers 466.00 Susan Judy 170.00 Burr Oak Herald 15.24 Sylvan Oil Co. 1.25 Waugh's Oil & cuing caller; on Carl A. Westin 418.84 Ray Dietz 179.25 Jewell Co. Republican 15.24 C. & W. Farm Supply 71.50 Supply 62.15 Nichols were Mr. Faye Anderson 375.00 Neal C. Harris 179.25 Jewell Co. Republican 22.04 Mankato Welding & McCarthy Hardware 20.00 Ardean Jeffery and Charles R. Murray 383.33 V. E. Tullar 179.25 Jewell Co. Record 22.04 Machine 8.20 Osborne Co. Farmers Dinner guests Eva Myers 242.00 Edwin L. Walker 700.0C Burr Oak Herald 22.04 L. J. Messer Co. 100.58 Union Co-op As 'n74.64 Mrs. Marshall I .ishop Grace Haworth Edith Holier 242.00 Goldie Thorpe 210.00 Salina Tractor Co.329.33 Mr. and Mrs. Val Dean Mrs. Alma Gard, Mi Helen McCammon 231.00 Pat Hunter 46. 5 119.81Martin Tractor Co. 1114.16 686.033ourley and family of Nam- Korb, Mrs. Velma Cline 231.00 Carl Dennis Murray32.50 County Matching Peerless Conveyor & General Assistance [ Idaho, are visiting her and Minnie Sutliff Social Security Manufacturing Co. 326.11Boogaart's Store 49.201 arents. Mr. and Mrs. Her Buffah) Roam in 6894259 State Contribution 840.85Regnier Automotive R-K Shopper 30.00[mon Roe, and his parents, Callers at the I IllI Less Withholding 567.80 County Matching Parts 7.95General Assistance 64'50[Mr. and Mrs. Art Gourley. Nichols home were Less St. Withhold. 85.67 Kansas Public L. & B. Electric 2.11Aspegren's Grocery 24.60] Ohmstede and Less Soc. Sec. 294.81 Employees Retire. 630.83Brown Welding Western Power & Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peery Grace Darwin of Less Retirement 178.88 ROAD Supply 118.31Gas Co. 2.21 of Lincoln, Nebr., were Rock. Mr. Verner Less School Retire. 16.75 Salaries & Wages Force Tire & Baxa Grocery 28.00 weekend guests of Mr. and came Thursday to Less B. C.-B. S. 97.84Gordon Alcorn 375.00 Treading 141.11 Mrs. Ralph Dye. Other the Kent McNichols' Robert Badger, Jr.400.00 198.51 guests for Saturday supper before they left for 5652.84 Lester Bausch 324.75 10349.33 Aid To Dependent Children were David Rust and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Administration George Bingham 60.,90Materials Aid to Dependent and Mrs. Sam Willett and Dir. of Intern. Roy. 567.80 Leo Birdsell 354..00 Continental Oil Co. 146.45 Children 1139.75 family of uperior. ey of Formoso were guests of Mr. and St. Dept. of Rev. 85.67 Win. Marshall Bishop 30L50 Esbon Oil Co. 124.83 H ncock Furniture 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon tis Terrill and Stone and family were Sunday. State Contribution294.81 Wayne Bro:ckelman257.40 Mobil Oil Co. 30290 Eldon Grout 59.00 weekend guests of Rev. and Ks. Pub. Emp. Rot.178.88 Win. E. Butts 349.50 (;us Bernard 340.90 Pearl Stephens 180.00 Mrs. Claude Ks. Sch. Rot. Board16.75 John H. Caylor "253.70 Mrs. W. R. Blair735.00 F. J. Moyer 3.97 Mrs. Richard Gould of In- Neal visited Claude Ks. B. C.-B. S. 97.84 Dean L. Ctine 101.68 Jack Byers 33.60 galls, Kans. Phyllis Stone at the Vet hospital 263.20 Max R. Bourbon 753.40 1407.72 moved to Ingalls as she will Island Sunday. Mr. TO THE VOTERS-- I am very grateful to the voters of Jewell county for the fine support received in the Prtn ry, Aug. 2. I wish to solicit your con- tinued support at the General Election in November. ARDEN I)IERDORFF Republican Can didate For Representative, 112th District James E, Compton ---_ ...... " 1 II I 1241.75 Wm. P. Dillon 334.50 A president with no wife? The "Press" cor- respondents must have been real unhappy! Married or single, we aim to serve You. uoPlSaad a oloq. nfI Otll ueue.q. n I am ,f NANKA ,KAN , _ I 1 "f0r your Protection. Operating under Federal Supervision t With $ Jghteg run of livestock on hand Thursday, August 4, the looked fifty cents to 1.00 higher on all classes of ~ocker and feedePeattle and 50 higher on cows and fat cattle. Demand ~1 t'e~~ ~or these stocker and feeder pigs and thSy also sold tt iot'hil[her~ than they have been In the past. Our s4tle this Thursd~ty, August 11 we will have a larger run of cat- till, Wo~ve this sale advertised all through the east Including $11~Oll!~ World Herald and any one having cattle to sell will fl~ OllO Of the better markets here at the McKee Sales Co. ~~w. gre a few sales from last Thursday's auction: ~l~%l~ltl~ H~rdy, 5 black heifers, a~g weight 466 ~t 24.10; ~ll~ ]~e, Ha~dy, 3 whitefaced bulls avg weight 350 at 27.25: V~rtl~o/i~ l~phsner, Esbon, 2 whitefaced steers avg weight 805 at' U~I, ]oit~ Rltterling. Byron, 1 whitefaced heifer, weight 525 at~ $4L50; Arnold Koester, Des~der, 1 whitefaced steer ~eight ~65~ lit |~75| ~1 I~mb, Esbon, 7 whitcfaced ,steers avig weight 508 ~$ '~L40~"][]hirold Johnston, Davenport. 2 mixed heifers avg We~$ ~ &t 24.50; Wayne Skeily, Esbon. 11 mixed steers avg t ~45 at 25.90; Emil Abelbeck, llardy, 1 whitefaced cow W~bt 980 at 17.80; Gerald Whitely, Nelson. 1 holstein cow. ~'~l~'tt 18.30; Ernest Khnmina, u. l~o,~,twh, k, 1 hoistei. eew, weight 1380 at 17.90; Vernon Gebers, Chester. 4 corn fed &Vii weight 1023 at 24.45: Kavanaugh Bros., Belleville, 12 #ed steers, avg we|ght 1125 at 24.75, also 12 corn fed ]b~l~"i~ ling. weight 1040 at 23.85; Kenneth Tuley, Republic, 26 eet~t l~d ~eers avg welgh~ 1050 ~t 24.95; Fred Dalton. Guide | l~qlldle cow, weight 1120 at 16.30; Ervin Fennell, Byron, I ~ bltU, weight 12,90 at 21.30; Arnold Stendt, Republic, 15 ~ Weight 960 at 17.25, also 1 hereford bull, weight 1355 at ~. La4"s Pederson, Hardy, 2 black steers avg weight 1060 at =~| D~vkl Hgnsen, Ruskin, 1 shorthorn bull weight 1135 at ~Ietl~: Bill Delay, Guide Rock, 4 red shoats avg weight JlG lit Iff~| Lewis Dunstan, Formoso. 17 feeding shoats, weight 185 ~.75; IP~lph Mellott, Superior. 8 mixed pigs at 16.75 per head; [htllivm~l, Superior, 15 sm~ll pigs at 13.75 per head; Don J~l~llm~ 8up4~tor, 6 small p~gs at $15.75 per head. ~ listings of both cattle and hogs. For highest prices, ~"~ livestock bill your next consignment to the McKee Stieo OD~ ,~.[l!l~l~or where you will find good buying power, ~ widely m~rket and clean and modern facilities for handling ~~[L IAat your livestock in advance so we may get them ~y advertised. ~For more infornuttion about prices get in ~fitk tat and ~e will come and look at them. When cen- dg~h~Tyour livestock feel free to call us collect. Special Notice: JK/NII~ Ip~ @ur spec!gi calf and yeaHlng sale which will be held the third Monday in October. Feel free to talk to us at any IlUW',tI~ yore" livestock. SUPERIOR, NEBR. McKee, Owner, Superior, Nebr. phone 879-3711; Seamen, Manager and auctio eer ff/9-3707 Tune into KRFS at 7:15 or to KMMJ at 7:30 on Thursday 'iaOrl ag for consignment information for our rile. IIIII I I _ IIIIII I I I I Ufl vice Co. 37.5D Jewell Co. Record 20.00 The Lockwood Co. Inc. 325.75 816.19 Telephone, Utilities & Postage Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 215.74 Gas Service Co. 23.71 City of Mankato 151,80 Faye Anderson 29.20 420.45 Coyote Bounty Dennis Swanson 2.00 Cindy Korb 2.00 Mrs. Don Reed 2.00 Mrs. Vaden Davis, Jr. 2.00 Glenn, Foaring .....40.00 Cleo Hiltgen 6.00 Ulin M. Davis 4.00 Paul Blackstone ' 18.00 Robert Frasier 6.00 Jerry Lewis 8.00 Mrs, Jack Higbee 8.00 Lee Vestal 340.80 Henry Wright 342.75 Lvle Wright 347 85 Melvin Zade 310.00 Erma Dillon 220.00 Robert Kugler 81.90 Wm. Logan 64.00 12060.83 Less Withholding 874.90 Less St. Withhold. 131.40 Less Soc. Sec. 5,06.56 Less Retirement 373.96 Less B. C.-B. S. 209!00 9965.01 Administration Dir. of Intern. Rev. 874.90 St. Dept. of Rev. 131.40 State Contribution 506!56 Kansas Public Employees Retire. 373.96 Kansas B, C.-B. S. 209.00 2095.82 Equipment Lehrling Chevrolet 3368.87 I I I RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY & SATURDAY, AUG. 12-13 Wayne Wilson's Garage 308 S. Center, Mankato, Kans. Sandra Wilson, Sharon Loomis, Cathy Waldron II I IIII ? THE MANKATO COMMERCIAL DEVELOP- MENT ASSOCIATION, INCORPORATED IS NOW OFFERING STOCK FOR SALE AT $10.00 PER SHARE. THOSE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING STOCK SHOULD CONTACT'I, M. WELTMER, AGENT FOR THE ISSUER. STOCK CAN BE ISSUED IMMEDIATELY. THIS IN NOT AN OFFERING. THE OFFERING IS MADE THROUGH THE PROSPECTUS ON FILE WITH THE AGENT. le IACENSE No. 1722 Standard Oil Co. 146,24 lowell Co. Co-op. 317.54 Continental Oil Co. 1804.48 A. & B. Oil Co. 443.25 Vlankato Lumber Co. 5.99 Sinclair Refining Co. 134.00 Oxindale Rock Co. 336.00 5624.58 Miscellaneous Burr Oak City 2.00 Kar Klean Co. 5.50 Osborne Co. Co-op 7.50 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 35.74 Diamond-Menhusen- Nichols Agency 1038.00 Jewell Co. Treasurer 4.64 Jewell Co. Treasurer 23.50 City of Mankato 34.50 Gas Service Co. 4.12 Gambles 211.93 Kar Klean Co. 5.50 1372.93 Special Bridge General Products Co. 268.71 Secondary Matching Haakon Dahl. Estate 471.24 Mrs. Eleanor E, Crispin 45.00 516.24 WELFARE Salaries & Wages Dorothy Borger 309.00 Gertrude Howard 505.00 Blanche Penner 395.00 Thorborg Russell 415.00 Marilyn Schaffer 210.00 Ross Hancock 250.00 Lois Thronson 104.00 Leah Badger 104.00 2292.00 Less Withholding 205.80 Less Withholding 42.20 Less St. Withhold. 30.95 Less St. Withhold. 6.45 Less Soc. Sec. 77.03 Less Soe. Sec. 25.80 Less Retirement 73.36 Less Retirement 16.00 Less B. C.-B. S. 8.60 1805.81 Administration Dir. of Intern. Rev, 205.80 St, Dir. of Rev. 30.95 State Contribution 77.03 Kansas Public Employees Retire. 73.36 Ks. B. C.-B. S. 8.60 Reserve St. Retire. 82.53 Reserve Soc. Sec. 77.03 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 23.11 Jewell Co. Co-op Oil 25,26 Blanche Penner 4.40 Thorborg Russell 1.40 Phillips Petroleum Co. 2.00 Behavioral Science Book Service 8.74 County Home 620.21 Dir. of Intern. Rev, 42:20 St. Dir. of Rev. 6.45 State Contribution 25.80 Kansas Public Employees Retire. 16.00 Reserve Soc. Sec. 25.80 Reserve St. Retire. 18.00 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 4.00 R-K Shopper 249.80 Rayme d Seems 10.00 for a prospectus.booklet man or cllD this comolete adver. tisement and marl it to your INVESTORS marl ALBERT WAUGH 214 N. Walnut, Belolt, gala. Phone PE 8-$8 0 representing l l l DIVERSIFIFA} SERVICES, IN~ Old Age Assistance Old Age Assistance 11353.75 Mrs. Melvin Jonson 45.00 Hazel Seals 7.50 Irene Ross 10.25 Aid To Disabled Aid to Disabled Medical Assistance For Aged Medical Assistance for Aged Nichol Rest Home Good Samaritan Home Cozy Corner Home 11416.50 1024.00 52.00 150.00 300.00 150.00 652.00 Non-Reimbursable Expense Boogaart's Store 4.00 Jewell Co. Co-op Oil 3.59 7.59 BINDWEED Salaries & Wages Don Modlin 375.00 Mary Modlin 193.70 Terry Morris 371.15 939.85 Less Withholding 83.10 Less St, Withhold. 12.47 Less Soc. Sec. 39.48 Less Retirement 15.00 Less B. C.-B, S. 17.20 772.60 Administration Dir. of Intern. Rev. 83.10 St. Dir. of Rev. 12.47 State Contribution 39.48 Kansas Public Employees Retire. 15.00 Ks. B. C.-B. S. 17.20 Johnson & PIatt Ser. 210.40 Don Modlin 25.91 Jewell Co. Record 3.20 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. 23.90 Kansas Weed Ass'n 16.80 R-K Shopper 1.27 Wayne Blaylock 1425.00 Woodbury Chemical Co. 120.00 teach school there this year. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis attended a family reunion at Central City, Nebr.. Sunday. Dearie Fogo's mother, Mrs. Jim Fogo of Burr Oak, pass- ed away -Friday at a Rest Home in Red Cloud. Mr. Claude Boyles was taken by ambulance Thurs- day from the Belleville h()s- pital to the Veterans' Hos- pital in Grand Island. Mrs. Delmar Boyles and children visited Wednesday and Thursday with her sis- ter, /lrs. Leland Greving and family of Central City, Nebr. Mrs. Boyles called on Mr. Claude Boyles at Grand Is- land, Thursday morton,. Mrs. Vernon Van Ornam and children of Omaha are visiting Max Van Ornam. Mrs. Claude Boyles and Neal visited Mr. Claude Boyles on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Sutltff Mrs. Marie McMains re- turned home Saturday even- ing after spending some weeks with her brothers and families. Her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wenke, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wenke. Jr. of Wichita brought their sister and aunt home. Mrs. Grace Haworth, Mad- eline Miller, Lettie Korb. and Minnie Sutliff called on Mrs. Alice Rinard, Mrs. Vi- da Burkholder and Cora Pair at the rest home in Red Cloud, Nebr. Wednesday. Mrs. Claude Boyles called on Minnie Sutliff Wednesday p. m. Sorry to hear Mr. Claude Boyles is in the hos- pital again at Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Me- Nichols and family of Mort- entered the hos ville Friday and taken to Grand ambulance. Mr. Lowell took his brother, family to Grand Isl day a. m. to take home. INDUIITIAL, FUN~ INGO~POflATI~ in ap[ y different basic for as little as $20 each m( FOR FREE write or call FINANCIAL distributor, WALTER $. Mankato, Kansas Registered The Columbian Corp. Topeka, Kansas We will sell at Public Auction at the Ed Loomis farm in east of Mankato, Kans., the following farm buildings, on-- r at 6:30 P. M. HOUSE, 24x36 with a 6x14 screened porch. This house consists kitchen, living room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom and utility room. GARAGE. 12x18. Tile side. BROODER HOUSE, 10x12. BARN, 22x24, lean-to 20x24, with galvanized roof. HOG SH, ED, 16x40. Buildings Are To Be Removed By Sept. 2, 1966. TERMS--CASH. Not Responsible In Oase Of For Information, Contact Melvin Blecha COL. ED MONTGOMERY, Auctioneer |