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AUGUST 18, 1966 SEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS ]and friends, and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Starts- Crystal Colson,,of Mankato hoste~to~,,the Hawthorneland children are vacationing Mrs. Frank Kissinger left . .Pr~iri? Dog . . Ruth Reynolds of Clay bury of Formoso. and Mr. and Mrs, Nelson Club oll,Tl~psday afternoon, fin Iowa. Eugene Clark is in with their brother, Harry ti1~n~an~r~ener~.L•~.~ t Center, and a former Jewell Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hu- Keeler, Julie and Jeff were The afternoon was spem[ charge of the Formoso Ele- Huminstan ThurscMy for In- Hot'wood, General Waunita Welt" ]County resident, was a via- ber, Sr. and Mrs. R. C. Staf- Sunday evening visitors in socially, followed by nice]vator in his absence, aiana to visit relatives. Fire ...... 351 ~_ ,~ ]itor Friday of Frances and ford made a business trip to the Roy Keeler home.refreshments. [ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ionia, Gener~I .............. 48i • ,c rormoso Communityl Sarah McCune Salina Tuesday, then droveMr and Mrs Earl Tobias Mr. and Mrs Earl Staf-| _ _ Bothwell are the parents of~ Jackson, General ii, ~ 91 )rar, • " • • - • • " • • " " . • • -', Story Hour will bel Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Fmld on to Hutchmon and vmlted were ws,tors Thursday ev- ford, Jr., and family of scott/IAl_L, IL.., a baby girl born Fr:day Montay.a, General _90.?0 I~ ~ Rurday, August 20 at[ drove to Norman, Okla on the ladies' brother, Jim Weir, ening of Mrs. Vernie Emigh. City were house guests over[ ~ ~C| night, r,..~;ra~r'e ~°f., ....... ~,~'At ,,0. Mrs. Beverly Jamesl Monday to spend a weei~ atwho is hospitalized with be- Sunday evening visitors the weekend of his mother,[ ........... Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wil- "%',.',~ .........1~'~ u ,, ,, • • l-lagOl’l uomweu ........ .-- , read Go Away Dog [ the home of their daughter, vere burns, were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mrs. Minnie Stafford. On[ mrs. son, Mrs. Bermce Reed and Richland, General ~9:,4'/~:: Joan L. Nodset, "This is] Mrs. Ronald Stafford, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert An- Joerg of Courtland and Miss Saturday evening they were[ IThursdav, Aug. 11) Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson 'Sinclair, General 9'51:t i~i~', ,,tiouse Where Jack/Stafford, Tracie and Mike. derson, Rita, Cathy and Delia Joerg of Beloit. all, including Milford Staf-[ Mr and Mrs~RichardDoy- and family were dinner Walnut, General . ees by Joan Heilbroner,/ Mrs Maude Abram of Gayle of Mankato were Members of the Mystic ford of Agenda, supperlle were overni~,ht guests of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les- ,,C’~metery .1 • 106,O~ !~ ~addy and Hm Brother"]Jamestown was a Wednes- W~:dnesday evening guests Circle Club and their fami-I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyall|Mr and Mrs ~erlan Broy- ter Sawyer at the Steak vv~I~c~t~.n,, t.,en. ~'~I ,i ....ratricia Coombs a funnYlda, y overnig, ht guest ......... of Mr of Mr and Mrs H G Field lies held th,~ir annual picnic [ Doxon. ] lea" Frida, "y nig .,ht They left House in Mankato Thursday lJi~,e, ..... 'oe j ~.~. ~rY,ab.out a raccoon family/and Mrs. J~>e Haskins. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Web- Sunday in the Belier:lie Mr and Mrs Bert Payne| Saturday for a vacation in evening. Prairie Dog u ',,R!bsy at the Football/and Mrs. Paul Greenbcrg of ber and children left Mon- park. [and Mr Homer" Paton drove[Colorado Their son, Jeff, is Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Citie,: ~i~I ~e by Beverly Cleary. | Eagle Grove, Iowa were or- day morning for their home Mr and. Mrs. Taylor Clark[ to Smith Center on Wednes-/staying with his grandpar- Gunn were dinner guests of Burr. Oak, General 1,690~67 ~i ~. J. W. Clark read atlernight guests on Friday. at Spokane, Wash. follow- accompamed by h~s mother, ldav mornina and anent the[ents while they are zone Mr. and Mrs. Toby Kramer !, fl, rary .... . 64,02 4, >ur" rO~rar~u72a Library' Story [ Mr..and Mrs. Jim Nitches. ing, a visit with her parents, Mrs. Earl Clark,., of Court- da"y with tl~e latterfs sister Mr. and Mrs. I~n ~'ale. Thein MankatOhel edFridaYthmreVening"reat BondSP" Streetand InteriBs[Liglal; ' 884~ ..... .... . Y. and Sandra of Bellewlle Mr. and Mrs Roy Keeler land are spending a few dayslMiss Ethel Paton in observ/and famil,, of Kansas City .Y • P" ' g " ~ -- • - ~'---,~: Mr. _ann Mrs. Geraldlwere guests Sunday of her ar d other relatives with relatives in Colorado. ]ance of her birthday -[were weekend guests of Mr. grandson Patrick Kramer, 1,,o;.PleCso,a(~eseS~a~n~ l';~!~i~! a s, Jeri, Jeff and Joni[urandnarents Mr and Mrs Guests Friday even ng for Mrs Dean Dewey was[ r and Mrs Bert" Pa ne~] and Mrs StarrVale celebrate his first birthday. Sp :~t Light ..... nt . ~, ~ , • • " • M • • Y • • ;,." ;" . .... • , a few days in Kansas/ Bill Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. a cook-out at the home of hostess to the Double-S~x]entertained with a dinnerl Mr and Mrs W. W. ~ 1 Ire Eqmpment .... 18Jll ~ Y mat week. While there,[ Taylor Clark spent Tuesday Mr and Mrs. Wybern Berne- Club at her home on Friday] Sunday in honor of theiGunn" visited over'the week- . m •• • ~. S trcet.ltepair . ~5,~ :~:!: Y attend ,, ~ . • ", • . • ~ , t~onu tu ~n~erest~' ~t~n :, ,. ed The Sound ofl eveninu in the S~mmons king and lamfly were: Mrs afternoon w~th all members[ hirthda~rs of Mrs Vernonlend at the J B An~le home : . : S' " -- • . . ~-...- y • • • o Jewell, General 4~.' zc .and.the Kansas Citylhome in honor of Mrs. Sim-: Kenneth Dellett and child- present but one. Roll dai||Quy and Ronald Payne. The]in Manhattan. Valley View ~eo~,, ,an cl Chmago White Soxlmons' birthday ren of El Dorado, Steve was answered by gwtag a[,uest list included Mr and[.r~ ............ ittee Randall, General l . . . " ~. • . . • ~ " ll lqE:~ IAJ ~.~. 1’.~ 1 1 1 ’'.~'~J l & 1 & :' 1 i :~ game. They ws~ted w~th/Mrs Bernard Connell and I~ eld, Wayne Bernekmg of recipe for an easy and quiCk/Mrs Vernon Our Mar-aret] ...... ,~V~.~.k... U~ C r S Mrs. C. Summers Cemeteries- • ~ ' "g~l .[ " " ..... • ",~ .,,, I~, t.)l LII~ VVU~U~=L VV . ~J. ',J• • , " .... ' ., temple who ~s work-]son Benme of Wmh~ta are Milford, Kans. and Mr. and dessert. 2 members recewed/Ann and Stanley, of Suner-[m~ .~, ’~,~ ~h,,rch Monday ~Th .... d~" Au" ID Ce,tcr 9-,i89,:0~.~ _ ecroft. ]snendlng thin week at the Mrs B. A. Fmld bwthday gifts from thewli~r Mr and Mrs Ronald[ ............... 1- ..... the ................ ~ ..... ' ' ' • . -- . . "4 , " • ~It~lllOUIl [Id ll/O.lxu: IAIJ [)UI~ J[ll)tidll l~alllU 110111%..# ~ ...... ,, ;~,~!' ]t James IS spending a[ home of her parents, Mr. Mrs. Isis Bowles was a Heart Sister. Refreshments/piavne Julia Ann and Rod- , .... h,~,~k’ for the comimz r:,.;,~ .... from Lincoln whereW.~.~t,~e,, ~ys tlais week with her] and Mrs Fred Ross Sunday Sunday afternoon visitor of: were served by the hostess'. ] ,,~ Mr and Mrs Laverne ~,~.~:- ..... ~..',"~:',L ,,i .... ,t,,,ai ..... ~- S~t'ee. ....... "~'""" i | . . . _ i . ! .~v~/, . • L:’XI. IlL; IICl~ [le~II ~t~ll~'lIl~ O~lti • .... parents,.,Mr, and. Mrs./afternoon wsltors m the Mr. and Mrs. Raldo Hale of Mrs. Leona Fleming, whoI St:ansbury and Richard, Mr. :’ Marilvn Intermill, who re- mer school. General 2,009;~i,~ .o~.nurcnm m Beknt. | Ross home were: Mrs. Larry Randall. had surgery at Asoury nos-q and Mrs. Jim Stansbury, centlv returned from an Ed- [)avid and Cheryl Healey Elee~\msynary. .... °. r~enneth Dellett t Whitney and children of Su- Mr and Mrs Lewis Duns- pital in Salina last Monuay,~ Jimmie and Terry and Mr ..... ~--~ • ..... "o χh- United .............. ' -~a"s this weekurea.. Fun4 " 8,18~,~ :: n ~ • • .~, " LIU/:tLIL)H~:ll LUUI t L ~ , .~pm~t ~t:vc~a~ ~ ,y Fdutati •, r .John • e • • rl o ~s makm a sansfactor re- . ations showed i tures with their randmother, Mrs ~ ~ o!~al :! Y and Randy of El/penor, Mr and M s tan mad a business t p t g "Y __ Frank Payne N her c an .... P g • Bldg I, un.d ....... ,.. • ~7 , It ,spent from Tuesday[ Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Dan i Hanover, Kans. on Friday. covery and expects tore- Dale Sw~tzer, Jr, left on at Hardy Tuesday evening. Ella Summers County. ' ~ : ~uncla " " " , , ' • • r ...... y wsmng her Dunn and daughter, Melame I M~ss Harlene Watson was turn home on Tuesday lvl s b B, lolt / , ,. . • •Monday y bus from : Carolyn Davidson showed Mrs Bernice Reed went to General 4~ ~, ~v.ir. and Mrs. B. A./Mrs. Starr Vale and Connie, [a visitor Thursday evening Fleming owns and operates for Glendora, Calif., for a her horse, Alpine Cat at the Colby," Kans Sunday to Road and bridge. $5 ann other relatives| Miss Dolly Vale of Webber of Mr. and Mrs. John Mag- the Formoso Cafe and Mrs.visit at the home of his bro- Horse Show in Grand Is- spen~l a few "days with her Road Machinery ...... Se,col~dary nusson. Miss Watson, daugh- Edgar Isaacson has taken or- ther, Mr. and Mrs. Charles land Friday and Saturday. daughter, Mrs. Marvin Ross Matching ....... .~,,,iii B8 ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow:er the duties during her ab- Gordanier. She received the Grand and family. Spec. Bridge ;~;/;., Watson, left Monday for sence. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mat- Championship in the Youth Mrs. Dale Crispin went to Welfare DANCE 0 TO THE PAGING SOUNDS OF THE PHANTOMS AUGUST 19, 1966, 9:00 I'.M. ESBON LEGION HALL -- ADMISSION $1.00 FIRST PICK YOUR DEALER THEN PICK YOUR USED CAR OUR FINANCE PLAN IS TAILORED TO MEET YOUR FARM INCOME BY THE MONTH BY THE YEAR 0 }65 BUICK WILDCAT I225 2-DOOR HAp, D TOP. r'~,SEDA.N. Power steer- I One local owner. Only 27,900 oVVwer brakes, factory lactual miles. Full power, "e owner. Very clean. [Dynaflow, etc. Outstanding. PONTIAC CATA- I 1963 PONTIAC CATA- DOOR SEDAN One[TM 4-DOOR SEDAN. One Very clean "Lowlowner, automatic, radio, etc. Equipped" with[ Sharp. Good tires. ;teering, factory air,[ 1963 CHEVROLET 1M- ic, etc. Factory lPALA WAGON 4-DR. Pow- ee. ]er steering, power brakes, BUICK WILDCAT air, condition. A good clean HARDTOP. Power wagon. power brakes, fac- 196'3 BUICK LeSABRE. one local owner. Factory air, power steering. PONTIAC STAR One local owner. Red and One owner, power, factory tic, etc. A sharp t FORD V-8 CUSTOM )R SEDAN. One own- can inside and out. etc. Priced at big CATA- HARD TOP. :tory air, etc. Low of good serv- CHEVROLET 4-DR. transmission, to go. ELECTRA white. Sharp. 1963 PONTIAC CATA- LINA 4-DOOR. Power steer- ing, automatic transmissien. A good clean car. 1963 OLDSMOBILE4- DOOR SEDAN 98. Full power. Factory air.Very clean. A perfect car. 1961 BUICK LeSABRE 4- DOOR HARD TOP. Air power, etc. Low mileage. Very clean• Priced to sell. 1959 OLDS 4-DOOR 88. See this for a good buy. 1941 CADILLAC 4-DOOR SEDAN. V-8. Stick. Sharp inside and out. A showroom piece: 0 SCHOOL CAR SPECIALS CHEVROLET "6" 4-[ 1960 PONTIAC d-DOOR :Stick shift, radio, I SEDAN. Automatic, radio e.s. I etc. Nice. RAMB .... _ LER 6 4-~ 1959 CHEVROLET 2-DR :Stick, good tires [Runs nice. Good tires. p "'1 1957 PLYMOUTH 4-DR LYMOUTH 4-DR I Clean, solid. Low priced. et_e: Runs good. "[ 1955 BUICK 4-DOOR UHEVROLET V-8 4- I Nice, automatic. Automatic, radio,] 1955 PONTIAC 4-DOOR [Motor A-1. Fair body. TRUCKS AND PICKUPS GMC ½ TON, 3-[PICKUP. PICK1 p. 6-cyl Ex- [ly clean, " I 1959 CHEVROLET ½ CHEVROLrrT ~a [TON PICKUP. 4-Speed. UCE LWB. Heavy [Clea . _ [ 1'947 GMC 1 ½ T TRUCK. 1960 GMC LWB % TON 'Good tires, box and hoist. OUR REPUTATION IS YOUR BEST GUARANTEE THE GMAC TIME PURCHASE PLAN AND: INSURANCE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE BELOIT, KANSAS Denver, Colo. where she will teach school the coming term. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hu- ber, Jr., Judy and Jerry visit- ed at the Dale Ross home in Concordia on Wednesday.' Kathy Ross accompanied them back to Formoso and they were all supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hig- bee. Kathy visited in the Higbee home until the foll- owing Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Shark- ey of Hastings, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Stansbury were Sunday afternoon call- ers of Mrs. Delia Heldt in Lovewell. Mrs. Dan Hurd and chil- Dewey visited her at the hospital Monday, returning home on Tuesday. They were accompanied to Salina by Mrs. Amelia Brewer, who, visited at the home of her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Ches- ter Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jacob- son of Manhattan were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes. Miss Delia Joerg of Be- loit calh:d~, Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Joerg'~ in Courtland and J. B. Joerg, who is now a resident of the Good Samaritan Rest Home in Superior. Glcnwood Gertson was ad- mitted Wednesday to the St. dren drove to Ca'and Island, Joseph's Hospital in Concor- Nebr. on Sunday and visited dia for tests and observation. ' ' r Mr. Hurd m the Veteran s Mr. and Mrs. Mason Joe g hospital. Mr. Hurd is making I of Manhattan called on him a satisfactory recovery from[ Saturday. a recent heart attack. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell Stafford returned home Sun- and Mrs. Howard E. PatrickI day evening from a trip t0 attended a party Thumday[Cleveland, Ohio. They had afternoon at the home of Mr. Itaken their daughter, Mrs. and Mrs. Ben Florell near]Walter Hocker and Cynthia, Jamestown, in observance who have been visiting here, of his birthday. [to Cleveland where Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dia-]Hocker met them, and they~ mond and children of Web-[continued on to their neW ber and Mr. and Mrs. How-Jhome in Boston. Enroute ard Appleby were Sunday]home the Staffords spent the dinner guests of Mr. and]weekend with friends in Mrs. Ed Diamond of Man-[Chicago. kato. ] Mr and Mrs. J. C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Howard E.[and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne; Patrick and Mr. and Mrs.[Parkhurst of Mankato were Carl Florell attended the An- Sunday evening guests of i derson family reunion inl Mr. and Mrs. Billy Smith and Montrose on Sunday. [family for ice cream and Mr. and Mrs. Gordan[ cake. Grimes and granddaughter,[ Mrs. Connie Smith was i TIIE MANKATO COMMERCIAL DEVELOP- MENT ASSOCIATION, INCORPORATED IS NOW OFFERING STOCK FOR SALE AT $10.00 PER SHARE. THOSE INTERESTED INi PURCHASING STOCK SHOULD CONTACT L, 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. @ @ P LICENSE No. 1722 Ill I ter of Jewell were Sunday evening visitors at the home of her sister, Mrs. Bert Payne, and Mr. Payne. Sarah and Frances Mc- Cune visited their sister Mrs. Mary Hughes, in Sup- erior on Thursday. Bob Doxon of Jewell and his brother-in-law, Wendell Hunt of Phillipsburg, were Sunday afturnoon,-~ callers at the home of Bob s grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Doxon. Mrs. Bertha Greenberg re- mains in a critical condition in the Belier:lie hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Keeler spent from Monday until Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bonjour and family in Topeka, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Keeler fin Kansas City. On Sunday afternoon the Keelers at" , tended the wedding of Miss !Mary Wanklyn to Mr. Ken- neth Russell at the Meth- odist Church in. Courtland. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Boyer were Sunday evening visit- ors in the Keeler home. Mrs. Martha Huber, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Sr., and Mr. and'Mrs. Ken- neth Huber, Jr., Judy and Jerry, were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hid- bee. Mrs. Esther Berneking was dismissed on Monday of last week from the St. Joseph s Hospital in Concord:a, and is convalescing at her home. Mrs. Pearl Street of Re- public entertained the Laurel Hill Club at her home Tues- day afternoon. Mrs. Chas. Watson, Mrs. Wm. Logan and Mrs. Irene Park were in attendance. Mrs. Eugene Dunstan and children went to North Da- kota last week to join her husband, who is combining wheat in that area. Edgar Isaacson is doing the chores while they are away. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Free Halter class and tied for 5th place in the Youth Rein- ing class. Patricia Davidson received the Grand Cham- pionship in the Western Pleasure class and Reserve Championship in the Halter class at the 4-H Fair in Man- kato last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. David- son and Lew Edgar called on Minnie Edgar in Scandia on her birthday Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Dia: mond and Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Poole and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson ~and family enjoyed a picnic supper at the lake Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Work to make their home. Mrs. Anna Graham was taken to Lincoln for surgery Thursday. She returned to her home in Superior Mon- day. Mrs. Anna R. Graham came to her home in Web- ber Friday where she plans to remain. Mrs. Carrie Thomas and Lincoln, Nebr. Friday to be with Mrs. Anna Graham who had surgery at Lincoln General Hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mc- Keown of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown and Ir- vin McKeown visited Mrs. Fred Smith in Lincoln Sat- urday and Sunday and also attended the wedding of Beverly~,~ Jones in Omaha Saturday p. m. The 4-H club members and their parents of this vi- cinity attended the 4-H Fair held in Mankato from Wed- nesday through Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin visited Mrs. Grace Marr at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tip- returned Tuesday evening ton and family were Sunday from their vacation in Minn- visitors of Bryce Blake at esota, where they visited Minneapolis, Kans. their son, Clyde, and his Mr. and Mrs. Myron In- family, termill and Mark attended Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lyne of the Switzer picnic held in Superior and Mrs. Eva Har- Washington,, Kans. Sunday. ris of Reno, Nev. called on Mrs. Wade Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson Nancie went to their home Wednesday evening. [in Clay Center Tuesday af- Mrs. Jennie Jones of Tonal ter several days stay at the ganoxie, Mrs.. Don Davis ~ KeiLh McK0owa,, ~h~m~ ..... Be:nit, Mrs. Carrie BothwellI Kenneth Heitman attended of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs.~l the Walther League at Camp Lawrence Bothwell were Comeca at Cozad, Nebr. supper guests of Mr. and laot~ week. Mrs. Harold Bothwell Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hamil- nesday evening, ton and David left Sunday Word has been received for their home at Nc~bles from Fay Vestal that he un- Ville, Ind. after a week s vi- derwent surgery Thursday sit here with her parents, morning and is making a Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hansen satisfactory recovery, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Saw- Mr. and Mrs. Erick tteit- yer left Friday for Grants man, Diane and Kenny at-! Pass, Ore. where they plan tended a Heitman relation get-together in Bryon Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold He:t- man and family of El Dorado Springs, Mo. were Monday dinner guests at Erick He:t- marts. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Web- ber and family of Spokane, Wash. were Friday night guests at Marvin Webbers. LUMBERING AROUND LOVEWELL v FEED BUNKS: Have good materials to build them with. , =, Ruberoid or Old American asphalt roofing and shingles. Another load coming soon. Unloaded a car of lumber, also a car of plyboard recently. More coming. ASH GROVE CEMENT Also, Farm heffield Barb Wire, 2 and 4 point. Fencing Dierks posts and poles. - Unloading a car this week. Just received another shipment of pam line Face Fly Oilers; also c, ttle oilers COOPER FEEDS Pride of the Farm Hog Feeders and Cattle and Hog automatic waterers. SCOULAR-BISHOP Lovewell, Kansas 66954 • I I CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone who remembered me during my recent stay in the hospi- :tal. These kindnesses were very much appreciated. ---Esther Berneking TREASURER'S QUARTERLY STATEMENT As at July 29, 1966 Total Cash in the Treasury as at the above date $812,779.23 Schools: i No 277 General 11,768.00 No. 278 General44,418.71 Social Security10.00 No. 279 General13,503•28 Social Security1.07 School Bond: Jt. 1 JM Bond 4,542.:15 No 3 Bond 4,730.46 No 8 Bond 4,396.57 No. 66 Bond 1,062.11 No 76 Bond 1 8,741.43 Bond 2 6,205•56 No. 155 Bond 7,948.84 B.O.R.H.S, No. 9 bond 11,205.93 E.R.H.S. No. 8 bond 9,531.90 J.R.tt.S. No. 4 bond 8,395.73 S.R.H.S. No. 1 bond 5,290.96 Jt. 150 bond 2,522.33 Townships: Allen, General 24•45 Fire 161.06 Cemetery 4•75 Athens, General 21.20 Fire 79.36 Buffalo General 31.31 Fire 293.13 Burr Oak, General 14.05 Cemetery Calvin, General Fire Center, General Fire Itarrison, General132.98 Cemetery 129.71 Welfare Retir~ .... Reserve o::,~, Welfare Soc. Se Noxious Weed Agriculture Ext~ Council County Retirement'~ County Soc. ,S,~, County Matc~hin~ Social Security Election Buffalo Creek .... ' Watex~hed C ou nty : : Equalization ' 1 State and County ..... School "8,: Teachers Ins~;~tut~ ; Undistributed T~t 8~ Residue S'ales ! Tax.,i] Now you to fit With $4O ~uire shares tock Fund. This signed to capital bilities For full tubes) of Fund a~ Accumul~tidff!i 231.00 2.871 ALB] 127.03 [ 214 N, Wa~ 25.88 499.14[ 1~!O1~ l~ ' ::,,