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A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. - P ' ...... '-~'~ ...... ' ...... ~ ....... ::'~ ~'i:~ -- lll l ..... I .... I I I V~ol. 76; No.,,17., 14 PAGES- 3SECTIONS ,, ,-~-----MANKATp,,KANSAS Thursday, ,Oct. 6, 1966 IF IT'S FOR ,EWELL~Y, WE'RE FoR,ft. i' ~Ua ............ ]of mnmgl ..... ~~l~J~ff~" : ~~ burgi Township: S~IN' 1966 Jev,,..ll Countl, ]Mk, n a,o W,ns" Th'r,ller Hiway :!,a!ety Featured . . . _.. J Fr,,m LeGanon 32-30 At Exte,,,s,on A eet,ngs /^...^. A.., I Mankato defeated Leba-goodfor2ycardsacdrapass " non 32-30 in a thrilling foot- to Wilson f Jr a e was t1) I:, r /IIILCU I ..... , , |ball game on the tocal gnu-I good for 22 yards. Lange ,, The Jewell County 1966 be possible to get a true jmills to 94.73 mills; Formo-|iron Friday night. The Cou-[threw a pass to Melvin ,~a,~ Levies are printed in ]picture of the cost of opera- I so is up from 82.09 mills to [gars scored the winning| Kitts, which was good for 4 Laynard Shearer, local 4-H. The township repre- 9:4,) p. m.: Extension A$~tll ~ae ~ ~ r~ 64 Jewell s u from touchdown m the closm, ards Jewell County Record ltion of each unified d'st ct. 196." ; i p / " " g IY' Highway Patrol, will present sentatives in each of the Presentation; 9:45 p, m.::Re~ ~h.d the other county papers I In certain townships in ]76.03 mills to 97.12. Burr [minutes of the ball game. t In rushing Ozmun gained information on highway safe- groups of townships are| freshments and ty at the five Extension lplanning a part of the elec-t ]'he dates, meetin8 nlS Week. It is easy to fig-Ithe county, where they have [Oak is down from 74.28 [ Mankato scored the f!rstl85 yards in 15 carries; Grout Council township election tion program involving peon[and chairmen for eac~ ~t- ~e taxes in any part of the ] irrigated land, the taxes are/mills to 71.44 mills; Esbon is |toucnaown m me opening ]had 68 yards in lz carries; COUnty by using the figures [ up considerably. For the I down from 73.37 mills to [quarter on a 22 yard pass IRourke ran for 55 yards in meetings to be held in Octo- pie or groups within the[ ing is listed below: :: ber. townships. ~ I Oct. 10 - Highland TowtP Unthe 1966 levies. Ifirst time, land owners have[72.77 mills; and Webber islfrom Mike Rourke to Eddiel6 carries and Wilson made ,In addition to Mr. Shear-t The prt)gram for each oflshil): 7:30 p. m. at Hig~ fThe taxes in Mankato city lstarted to pay construction [down from 50.71 to 48.46. /Wilson. Mike Grout plunged]17 yards in 8.carries. or 1966 will be $102.03 on ]costs for dams and canals. [ The 1966 tax levies go on/for the extra point to make | Wilson leturned two punts er s presentation, the Extcn- I the election meetings will beI Center, l0 miles north 0tEs- ~e.h $1,000 of assessed val-I The tax levies in all the [the tax rolls Nov. 1, 1966. |~the score 7-0. Later in the[for 80 yards and Mike Dodd sion agents will present in-[as folh)ws: 7:30-8:15 p. m.:I bon grain bins and 21,~ West, ,puon. This is a raise from I cities of the county are up/The first half of the 1966 |period Lebanon scored on a I had a 16 yard punt return,formation on the Extension [ tJighway Patrol Safety film| Edward Shute, Chairma/1, ~ast , ~ eed to be md Ion run and kinked the ex r rater _ years levy of $81.96 [ with the exception of Web-[t,.xes will n P ' / g " -] This was a ve y ' est- program and some of theIand discusison; 8:15 - 8:451 Oct. 11 - Washi~on ~,e.r $1,000 of assessed valu-lber, Esbon and Burr Oak. Jby Dec. 20, 1966 to escape ltra point, ling contest, with the out-current problems in agricu!-p, m.: Electicm; 8:45- 9:15ITownship, Grant Tow~ip0 ~lon. The composite parts[Randall is up from 49.85/penalty. | In the second period J come in doubt until the final ture, home economics andlp, m.: Local Program; 9:15-IRichland Township: 7~30~!p. or, the tax in Mankato are: i /Ralph Ozmun plunged six[whistle. ~ ~ | m. at Montrose Chutch~ ~Ja, o~ate ............ $ 1.501 /yards for a touchdown and[ Mankato goes to Lincoln [nex, Montrose, Mrs, ~0Unty .......... 30.60, . I ~ . . ~ / |drove over on a running [ Friday night for a game with ~ /o III [ A I th~wland, Chairman .... l~ernetery ......... 72 Hafrtl4"_,2tl [ alrt,v~?4"t' LJ~@~'~g4 ,l play for the extra point and [ Lincoln Dope points to a lara,dlng Work On IshT~cti(,d:a~ioOd~l~tt~p,~ Ond no. 1, district I I IU, III,III ~UIII, II~I~I,L.~[II~IJJ~;U la 14-7 lead. Later in the per-lvery good game between l~ a0. 76 ......... 5.86[-- l iod Rourke passed to Russ-lwell matched clubs. Coach /'I',)wnship, Erring To~p Dad no 2, district [I~ /1" I I h/ l~ s Jell Lange for 70 yards and a]Dreiling's Cougars are show- LI if' I fs |- 7:30 p. m. at Westb~h un.o. 27"8 ........4.271I~ll I~llnll i~fi,~ll'n I I~I~T Itouchdown. A run for theling improvement in every II lfll' u a il ~il~,lllk/Ik#l~Fnaal ~J~lL~'ll?fi I[Schl~ mile 4~east ofmileSEsb0nSueh'aiil'~ nffied district, I~' ,1,11~,,~, l ,~I~IUI,I,,, IIJ%~ll,. ]extra point failed. Beforelc.ntest and the last two vic- [Jct. U. 36 ~rto. 278 ........ 29.861 ........... ..........,. _~.:..., ~...~ u~_,.~.., r~.. ] the close of the period Leba- [tortes are expected to give ,~ ato City 29 22 .................. [non scored on a 50 yard] the Mankato club extra m- I : ~llman. '"i ......... total .... ~ng'nq I vxce approved me contracts I t~oncorum, Will rio the I ........ I , ~ .......... pass pray and KICKED me ex- centive ............ Ifor the Jewell County Con- plumbmgandheatmg;Hmks-[ .......... [ | ...... : Oct 17- LimestoneT ,Ingeneral taxes are up in valescent Hospital Sept 29 Ashby Kansas City, Mo.,ltr.a.~p.mt~ .~ne natr c~,sea] ~ [ : I ship: 7:30 p. m, atl~ ~Well County, according tolaccording to word received[was tl~e low bidder for the[wnn ~antl~t~ mara~2~ ~Unt2elMANKATO JUNIOR HIGH [ . ' ~ IlSchool 4 miles west,:21I ~l~v!n C. Fall, Jr., countylfrom the Hospital Facilities[case work contract. I scored"on a 2~ "ard "assIDEFEATS KENSINGTON ~ " ....... l inorth and 1~ miles W~ [terl~. Taxes are up in the [ Division of the Kansas State I Construction is expected I..,.. ~.~.~ ,,~., .if" ,xV o I -- [ ,~ta ..... v,,,:, ...................... ~ : : i " ~ i,', 4dI Mankato, Ray Smith, d~.~kato and Jewell umfled[ Board of Health. ]to start ~mmedmtel.y..The th,~ try for extra noint failed ! The Mankato Junior Stgh ! ]man. au~'~cricts' are .... down in the] The Jewell County_ Hospi-I county. . has graded. . the hos- ih,:~,,~ ,~,~--~,--~r':'~ ..... -...h-~ ,.~ _..-PC .]zt_ football team defeated Ken- ~,.~:~. ............ '~~~ Oct. 18- Cal,vin T~ ,,~r Oak umfled dmtrtct,[tal Board signed the con-IP~tal stte and ~t is ready for [i,,~1 After blockino a kick [sington 26-0 Thursday even- ~,?i~~~[Buffalo Towns,_h!p~:~ ..~ r"u arela practically.the, same. tracts for the construction~ work to start., Lebanon" .... made ~ts~ third' ' ing on the local gridiron. . w_}he Esbon un.lfted din-the new hospital on Sept. ~ touchdown and kicked the|This was the second vmtory Jewoii H gh :,,ct. In some townships,[22 following the bid letting [ NEW EMPLOYEES AT i o,,tr .... iW t,~ make the [f the young season for the ~[1~.~1~~~~-~ Clark Oplinger,.G~ ~fart of the area is in one un-[at the courthouse in Man-[FIRST NATIONAL BANK I sc"ore 26"-21" atVthe close of[lcal eleven, who are coach- ~ ~ . ~ ' ~ . [ These electio.ns~.~i~'!.! ~ district and part in an- I kilo. The contracts have I ----- ' [ the third neriod I ed by Don Anderson and Jim ~limportant to the eou~ ~'~aer urfified district. Too,[been sent to the successful l Two new employees have r, ~h,~ ~',~,,~th'n.ar~or ~o Olson. ~ltension program andi:~ t-" e land was m one dis-[bidders and are effecUvelbeen h~red at the First Na-I,._n..n -cored o- a "unt re I In the first quarter, M~ke . one is urged'to at~i ~et last year and in anoth- [ Sept. 30. I tional Bank in Mankato. I u~ ,,~ ~t., o"27 ~" ",~o~- [ Simon scored on a one yard particular meeting. ~1" t " . * ,L U Jt l,t I,o I, a ~'k I.~ - v 1 ~., t~*.t ~ ~. h~s year Some school[ The contracts have been lMrs Pauhne Noble isre-[ ........kick for ex'r-Ikeeper play In the second i .................... :~:~ ulStr" . " , wnen the t u " ,,^_ ~ets d~dn t levy lastlawarded to: Busboom and[ placing Neva Sloan, who .,~., ~aon a eh,~rt ~;mo period John Dewey ran for !MANKATO CHAMB ,#~r in its last year of exis- IRauh, Salina, general con-[was recently married and has I,v'~/''~.'~' .... "icke"~ a f:"i";ia touchdown on a reverse I tepee 'n t ..... h later Lenanon u ~e u " ........................................................................... MEETING MONDA~ ,. Therefore, ~ hts first [tractor; McMdlen Electric[ moved to Sahna. Kennet I.oal to ex"~n"~ its lead *olA third quarter touchdown ] .... ;~: ..... i COMMERCE OCTOI ~r of unified district oper- I co., Wichita, is the electri- [ Wilsman is a new employee I ~n 2~ ~= ,, t ] was made by Rodney Han- I Left to right: Gene Alexander, Jim Hills, and LeRoy Eaton. i m, .my_ ~!on, it is hard to get an ac- I cal contractor; McDonald I in the insurance department. [""~. v" . ...... t cock on a pass from Simon. [ ;i~mte appraisal of the tax [ ................ 1, t.ate)n me murm qu.a~er, I The last Mankato touch- ! ' ' , mgtneof theregutarMankatoOCtObec ion. Next year it willl I ' - , Idown was scored by Simon, The Hills Construction Co./ed just east of the high i" ~ .~ I.~C , ,I . _ . _ I drive. After Ozmun mace a lwho ran 30 yards on a roll is doing the grading on the| school, or ~ommer.ce was,~,~ ! , ~ , good 15 yard dam on an off site of the new high schoolI John Shaver and Co. of .... ,, ....... ' Bnclc ~ )ll FI: f Sk ' ,('.d itackle play, he fumbled and[ut Wayne Coffman and ..... o uaYor menncorr,.um tnettoteLcl~ Rodnev Hancock scored the on the former Ed Loomisl Salina, arcmtects nave c m- : ..... .: farm,northeast of town.]pleted their plans and they ~ ...... ,"2 -..~i. I Rodney Cline ~overed fo~l ,,,,,.~ ~.,~,.~,. ,. ' , crown attenaea ala parents of the teen- . =lpl ~ * al [the Cougars on!the Lebanon[ ,x,.oA,.a,,,,. t,~ c',.,~,.r, z~,~ Bud Hills is in cha ge o ]have been sent to prospec- , ...... ~ ,k:,~ ,,,.,u ............ a ........... - the job ,with Jim Hills, the]tiRe contractors. The b~d .o;.,.... ~;~.. t~ ~,,,a met Tuesday evening j~ /ihc l:l ~'l.lrl~ I I~|,,~ [2 yard hne..Rourke, on alderson, Dewey and Simon ' '~ ............. v,~o,,~ elected the following~"llk //II ~, I I II Ill~ [ 111,41 Keeper, scorea to ma~e me twor~ cmt~.tandinr, on defense .... !'"'"s" '"'~ " ~"~ ...... Th r "r x ............ ~" . foreman at the rote. Genellettmg on the new h~gh Io. ,~.. ~,,,.~,~ rs for the coming year: ........................................ ,.~ .......~ ~ ~ ~ ~atty 3.z-au. e t y zo e -i The Mankato starting line- Alexander and LeRoy Eaton!school will be let November'?? .... ~. ?Y." .... '~]I ...... ~--~r~ ra point Ialtotl , . .... me activities [flQ lent - Clarice Peteete; ....... ..... ......... , ........... .......... ...... ~ ~ ~'. up on offense: ' ends -David have been working tor me lSt,. minutesOf t~he last treas : Elizabeth Moh- :' * ~ '' ~'~: i; ' " :i | AccOrding~ to' statistics' Badger and:Dew~ey: tackles: Hills Construction Co. When --- " - Senior parent - Mrs. ' l ' ' : [~ept by Mankato high school MikePeteete and Brad Han- the above picture was snap- .................. It was Davis; Junior par- . [statistician, the Cougars had sen; guards: Bobby Freeman I. Lawrence M0ser; , ~i . a total offense of 406 yards and Richard Wirtz; center: e parent-Mrs. " Mrs.~W; LyleFreshmanRafferty;par- : i katotO185218passing.gained for 221Lebanon'LebanonrUShingMan-hadand baCk:coffmanWarren Simon;andMCElrY;Kirk halfbackS:ost;quarter" full- grade parent- Mcs. i 139 yards rushing and 79 back: Hancock. On defense, Clegg; Seventh grade ~ ~ ~" passing. , Blaine Badger, Danny Imler - Mrs. Robert Simon. ~* Rourke completed 6 of 12 and Donnie Neilson are reg- Executive committee ~ ~ passes. Lange caught 3 for ulars. ~ke the plans for the 109 yards. Mike Grout re- Mankato will play its next this year. ~ ...... ceived one good for 27 game at Lincoln Thursday, ~ yards. A pass to Ozmun was Oct. 13. W_l~Ir. and Mrs. Ray Dietz ~'~re guests for dinner Sun- ....... : at the home of his sis ............ ,:: ~r.and brother-in-law, Mr. .~(1 Mrs. Homer Roach, at ............... ~ewell. a,l~Irs. Roy San~ner passed Left to right: Slick Deines, foreman for Abbott Con- l~a.Y at her home in Gay-struction Co.; Derald Hanson, masonry contractor, ,urtl, Kans Oct 2. She was Coneordla; Chet Kline, superintendent for, Abbott ~no " " mn Co and Don Garver, ~oneorom, nneK ~)_.~n here as Mary Jane Construct" .; "~t~llSorl foreman. COOP BUILDING GRADING WORK ON NEW POSTOFFICE SITE i LINE TO PACKING PLANT i neer,Ed isWalker'--'-'cuntYin charge of gradingengi-i~ .... @< i, , ) on the new postoffice site, ................................................ " which is located just south , of the McCarthy Warehouse in Mankato. The land has been leveled and the lot is now ready for the start of construction. Kenneth Van Tilborg of Cawker City, the contractor, hired the county to do the grading work. J. Floyd Breeding Visits Mankato Wednesday ped, Gene Alexander, Super- ior, was driving a sheepfoot packer and LeRoy Eaton was operating a DW 15 Cater- pillar hauler and scraper. At the moment, they are working On the leveling of the land where the high school building will be h)- cited. The new foo.tball field and track will be construct- Unified School District 277 To Hold Parent- Teacher Conference Tuesday, Oct. 11, is the date set for Burr Oak Lie- visit with the teaclaers at we-scheduled periods. It is hoped that the teachers and retail merchants was going to hot Tuesday evening ling s to plan aeti the Christmas Se retail merchants W ed to attend. Bind Korb of Btltt a winning steer at Fair in I-lutchl: buyers from Ma!~ his steer, which good price. The wh() shared were: R-K g:.larts, Wa Jewell Conley dent of the mentary School's second an- Company, was a t nual parent-teacher confer- ...... ence. Parents having pupils Walter H. Peery, State .... in grades kindergartert Treasurer, was in town Tues- through eight are invited to d'~y campaigning. I-1~ is ask- HELD AT ing for re-election on his re- SUNDAY, cord. Peery says that the treasury del)artment is im- The annual parents can achieve a better p(~rtant and a department of: understanding of the child, trust, with over $850 Million tholic (~ so that they work togelher in money and securities un- day, Oct. 2. Itl:'! more effectively. The pupils der the control of the State Record last will not attend school that Treasurer. The department, stated that the: day. ~s growing each year and it. would be held , requires close supervision at 9. This was a, Parents will receive letters all times. Experience really eryone reported from the school, indicating :::ounts. Peery says that he at the event ai their time on the schedule ~)l)erates conservatively and lwant anyone to: Those with more than one child will be scheduled s~ uith sincerity and efficiency. [Esb(m the 9th'. He is working for the Kin-g',shord becam i that they can see all the ~as taxpayers and is trying be one .... teachers involved with the to do them an extra good least possible loss of time. iob. Next time you are in Mr. and Mr~ Both parents and teachers Topeka, drop in for a visit, nigsen were have expressed themselves ing supper guests as being quite gratified witb Miss Carol Baldwin and Mrs. Glenn Gro the results of last year's Don Kissinger spent the Buffalo Roam Rehmert parent teacher conference J. Floyd Breeding, demo- Left to right: Dean Leonard and Jim ~ i- . .... : ! weekend visiting at the home crat candidate for U. S. , It is noped that it will ~e of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kiss- Mrs. L, E. The State Highway De-ldirt on the north slde of the even more effective this 'Senator visited Mankato partment is working on I highway running into town. year ' " inger. Carol and Don are Thursday moi Wednesday morning. A Highway 36, both east and I This will help fill in the low - " ~ students at Kansas State Un- home in L~ k~v group of his supporters, in- iversity. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. ter being called cluding Darrell Stearns, the west of ~he intersection, one spots. An excess road to p~. t'~'r~r vn~ ........... Kissinger of Superior joined ldeath of her ~ Democrat county chairman, mile east of Mankato. The I commercial buildings, on ~m~'~'.r~'~'~r~T~ "the group for Sunday dinner.IN M Fair: and Frank Kissinger, area highway west of the inter-[Ihe north side of the high- " .................. .... chairman for Breeding in section is being made into way, will be built at a later .... ~ ~ ...... ~ ,,. a four lane highway all the date. st22;ede:21ratc~)nopyal)~ tl~ 2--'' . this area, held a coffee in "dr "gN way into Mankato East of ~ ~. ~,, ,~--,--+-. ~)~ If ~l~ft to right: Rex Weaverling; Harold ,ones, Sm|th, his honor at the Correll the,ntersect,on ...... me'-'-mgnway WE--TItE"~ ~ J~w~..,_ -~'~ ....... :~ ~Y'" ........ ')-'~ is th~ ethn or. ~enter; Duane Stroup; Bill Rudolph, Smith Center; t~of[ee bnop. - is bein .... :n.......~ you~ u.t~: ,~ o-~,o, , ...... w,u~ncu. -- P" r VOU and Kenneth Trubey line foreman Before leaving town ~tr This intersection will be Clyde Reed official wea i~:i Cr(;PYi,: tuhntiR~)c~f sub -- Th ...... i Breeding covered me N )h $he the main traffic turnoff to ther observer, reports a high [o~,~n~;,, ;~ r-newed e .... e Jewell-MitchellCoop-[Theaoovepctt, re was snap- business district, shaking Fri ................ For ew Hi( -~uve Electric Co., Inc. is|ped when the hne crew was hands and handing out his the new Packing Plant By temperature of 85 day, . ........,~ . -...~ th~ w dening the road on each Sept. 3O, and a low of 37 mctinz a new three lworking on the construction, cards line f'rom the sub-sta-iNew poles will be installed "~ side of the intersection, Saturday Oct. 1. There wasl.......,k .... ;~.~ ~he naner The letting for the new this week, wl lust south of the inter-]and they will be moved. . back. M. a d __s.r n Mr Evan Benz,.~. trucks and other vehicles no moisturb. [~s"~'emovedV'fro'm" out~ aci- Mankato High School will[spective bid~ )n on highway 36, one I from the road. Thin w~!l gtve Mr. and Mrs, Roy Eilers and can slow down, with safety, ~ ..... be November 2. I School bffi~h before turning off to go to Mr and Mrs Elmer laressograpn rue. cut of town, to thelthe county highway aepart- Maude McNabb attended the the Packing Plant, Schrock and family are[` We appreciate the fine John Shaver, architect ofllarge numbero Packm ~te ment lent of clearance for.~ fu 1 "g ec,~:[~e," [ ~ew p road y they are build- nera of Mrs. Roy Santnertl The highway department renting the Raymond Schae-[ c~.gee~tat~l ofl~ Urresub'new- and'Salina'specifications.has preparedTheyplanSarell i~r!~ x ii~ty,:bids ~L]~ tO the packing plant. ,) has been placing i.t~ 'fer Hi )t.Jal ( ~ being sent to: all contractors ...... ': /! .... i:::