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October 6, 1966     Jewell County Record
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JEWELL COU ITY RECORD, KANSAS Waun'lta Weir sept. 29) Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ben- tonof Gillette, Wyo. arrived II a-e Tuesday evening for a visit at the home of her me- flier, Mrs. Grace Hyde. Win- st0n Clark of Moor Croft, Wyo. is also visiting Ills mo- th, r, Mrs. Hyde. :~lt. Cleo Blanding spent the W - kond visiting her So~, Mr. and Mrs. Boh htnding and daughters, of SL.John, Kans., and Mr. and Mrs,~ Max Bianding and faro- OI!0f Ktnsley, Kans. On day Mrs. Blanding took train for Los Angeles, Calif, for a 2 weeks visit at tl~ home of her brother, Mr. arid Mrs. Manfred Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chadd of 'Courtland were Sunday dihl r guests of Mr. and M ts, Howard Appleby. Fri- day evening guests were Mr. and, Mrs. Harry Ault of Tar- , ;:Calif. and Mrs. Vernie 'ltMt~, Leonard Smith of ~antl was a Friday af- ~n guest of Mrs. Apple- 7'~11111 ~Spiegel took his mo- t~rSMrs. Laura Spiegel of ~ll'ii~.ffltO, and his aunt, Mrs. 1]liilV'er rne Glens, of Belleville ItO!!the funeral of their bro- llltt',Dale B. Levi, of Denver, X -- at Olathe on Saturday. .:'Levi accompanied them IX~lk to Formoso that night ~!~n Sunday, returned to hUir:,hOine. Mr. Levi, age 68, kiltt, d-in-a one car ac- near Cheyenne, Wyo. ,o~lKiay,~i6~'~ Sept. 20. Samaritan Nursing Home in at her home Thursday after- Superior, Nebr. will be noon with 11 members pre- pleased to know that she is sent. The afternoon was able to walk s(~me with the spent socially, folh)wed by aid of a walker,, and take a nice refreshments. few steps by hmself, follow- Mrs. Emma Joerg enter-! ing a fall at her'~t,me in For- lained with a dinner Wed- most) about 10 months ago, nesday evening. Guests were breaking her hip. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ault, Mr. and Mrs. ].ynn l-)oxon Mrs. Vernie Emik, h, Mr. Glen and family of Peru, Neln'. (~orlS(llL Mr. and Mr';. Clay- and Mrs. Golda. l)oxon of Ion llul;he:~, Mr. Mason Jewell spent. Sunday :it the .hie(g,,, Mr. and Mrs. John home of Mr. and Mrs. Char- MaLnusson~, and Mrs. Mar- ley i)oxon. ] t~al'ct Gertson. Mrs. Raymond Peterson of[ Mr. and Mrs. Enmrson Chicago,, 111. spe,nt, last we~ ' k ]Worick ,f ,lewell were vis ling. her molhor, .Mrs"[ l,uesl,' ........ Sund'lv ~1' Mr iml Clara Clark and her smter, lMrs 11 (; l:ield Mrs. Rudoll,b nelson, and "Ma;'mm l i;,,rl,;,in ca- family. Mrs. Clar~ and Mrs. lered the Ih,'llevilh; hospital Peterson were overnight Monday dl'ternot)n for xrays guests Friday of another sis- and lesls. ter, Mrs. Fred Lagergren and Mr. and Mrs. George children at Lincolrj, Kans. Shedden of Encino, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. ttank Piper arrived here Thursday for a 'and son have moved to Be- visit al the home of Mrs. 'hilt, where he ha,s employ- Elsie She(Iden. ment at the Eleciric Appli- Mr. and Mrs. George ante Center. Green of Howard, Colo. and Mr. and Mrs. La Mayne ]Mr. and Mrs. Ray Studer~ Johnson and fami{y of Wich- were Tuesday evenim~, guests ita were recent weekend of Mr. and Mrs. llarry Hig- guests of her pa:rents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Stansbury. Mrs. Bernard Connell ac- companied them at)d visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne of Webber were visitors Sun- day at the Stansbury home. Mrs. Mabel .lames,. enter- tained the Tuesday-Ten Club at: her home Tuesday after- noon with 10 members pre- sent. lnviled guests were Mrs. Harry Ault and Mrs. Vernie Emigh. Roll call was answered by suggestions for making the club more inter- esting. The guesn box was Taylor Clark won by Mrs. Emigh and and Mrs. Wyhern Mrs. Emma Joe(g, the host-i ~klng attended tim fair ess package. Mrs. Margaret i bee for a cook-ouL [row Show there and Mrs. Mrs. Lovona Bart!ey (Thursday, Sept. 2Z) Johnny Beam of the l:;sbon Lions Cluh was in thi:; area last week selling, the Birth- day Calendar which..is..one of the Lions' proiects (tach year. : Much cooler temperatures last week with .60 inch of rainfall Tuesday nfternoon and .80 Saturday morning. There has been quite a hit of wheal drilled the past few days. Glen Schmidt is enjoying a new Plymouth car. Mrs. Bob Rose and Mrs. Joe Patterson arrived home Friday evening from Austin, Minn. where they had at- tended the National Fat Bar- Cross Bred Barrow. The re- stilts of the carcass .judginp. will be known in a few days. Mrs. P, ose received much publicity throush newspa- pers, radio and TV Inter- views. She had entries from the greatest distance and was the sol~!hldy represent- at.ire .qf ,l~,r exhibits. Other women w re.,tt re as assist- ants to their husbands and sons. Congrtltu.lalions, ,lean, on yotm, winning st) many honors., Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz and Sherri were weekend visitors of the Veryl Dietz family at Garneli. Mr. anti Mrs. Lynn Dietz and boys of Clay Center came and did chores for them. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bart- ley and Gail were Saturday afternoon visitors of Mrs. at>!Hutehinson on Wednes-[ Gertson was in clmrge of the program. Nice refresh- Mr. and'Mrs. W. L. Smith ments were served by the arid Brtlce of"Eincoln, Nebr. hostess. Weekend guests of Mr. ati~ .l~t~, KeMneth Huber, St;: 0~n Saturday evening they were all coffee guests o~:~t, and Mrs. R. C. Staf- f0r~ tll~l family. !, rnon Patrick of Jeffer- l~fl ell:y, ,Me. brought his lher, Mrs. Stella Patrick, I .k hp.me on Saturday, foll- o llg:a 3 ,weeks visit. W|tl Patrick was dismiss- hil day from the Belle- v|l hospital and is conva- of his ; i i' Glenwood Gertson enter- ed the St. Joseph tlospital in Concordia on Sunday and underwent surgery on Tues- day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ,lohn Abel and Elizabeth in Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Miller The Reserve Champion Barrow at the 1966 National Barrow Show, September spent the weekend visiting 12-15, in Austin, Minnesota, was a Crossbred owned by Arnold and Bob Rose relatives at Beloit and of Cawker City, Kansas. The 200-lb. barrow brought $.50 a pound and was pur- friends at Junction City. chased by Armstrong Truck Lines, Austin, Minnesota. Mrs. Bob Rose is pie- Mrs. Etta Young was hos- tured with the prize-winning barrow. This was their first trip to the "World tess to the Hawthorne Club Series of Swine Show". ,, ,'Mrs., Ella Patterson of C~ttrtland and Mrs. Taylor drove to Osborne on a.turday and visited Mrs. ~ Sloan, who is a surgical ttent in the Osborne hos- pRa!. ?Mr, and Mrs. Glen Wright el Mankato an.d Mr. and M~. Roy Keeler were Sun- dinner guests of Mr. and l .j, Nelson Keeler, Julie lib,t! Jeff. Afternoon visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ted W,rJght of Ionia, Mrs. Gor- Grimes, and Mrs. Rich- Colson and daughter, C tal, of Mankato. ~!~ir. and Mrs. John Mag- Olllmn spent Thursday vis- Mr. and Mrs. Rex in Munden. /l rs. Harry Ault of Tar- ~Ufq, Calif., Mrs. George 0#~n of Howard, Colo., Carl Hedin of Court- l! itl, and Mrs, Vemie Emigh Wettnesday afternoon ~l~t~ of Mrs. Bill Haskins 0~: :Courtland. The ladies all old school chums, ~'~ attended Center Hill ie school many years and Mrs. Gilbert ~yn of Courtland were =dnesday evening visitors and Mrs. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Melvin were Sunday evening ~olors. Cl rk .u. and Mrs. Taylor . a arid : Eugene were guests for dinner Sunday of Mr. and 'WII L Howard Patrick, Elaine, I Dtanne and Tony. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ault Mr. and Mrs. Banks Fl ld were Sunday dinner gUeSts of Mrs. Vernie Emigh. Afternoon callers were Mr. arid Mira. Matt Joerg, Mr. attd,Mi'lL Erloh Anderson of ~t'tilmd, :Mr. and Mrs. Em- of Jaweil, Mr. ~. al[L G. FieLd, Mr. al d Mt . Bert Payne, Mr. Mi's:* W m Berneking family, and Mr. and Mrs. T tplor,Clark. The Aults left Monday morning for their l me at Tarzana, Calif. foll- owing a most enjoyable 2 Weeks, visit with relatives area =,tri nds. :Mr. and Mrs. Lee Volker el': Stafford, Kans. were "# k md guests of Mrs. Gebr, Stafford, Mrs. Ther- ,: well and Jim. Mr. and V iker and Tam- were among the group a resident of the Good I TAX LEVIES FOR 1966, JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS Rate expressed in dollars on each $1,OO0.00 T~nglble Valuation $24,278,795 STATE Oerteral ...................................................... -O- ERmaooyx~try ,Dutldlt~ ~ ................ 50 likluoatl~nal Bxllld:Lng FUIKI .................... 1.0~ 1.50 COUNTY Oeneral ........................................................... 3.60 Roa~ and Bridge ................................. 9.59 W~lfare ................................ 2.42 Affaqcullm,r~l :~xlt~mion ~ourmil ....... 72 Noxiou~ Weed ........................................ 96 Ck~t|ll:ty ,Scrhool Fo.unda, tion ............. 8.69 ~-~cia,1 Brl~g~ ............................... 1.92 l:t~t4t~,n~t ............................. 04 U:Rmla I ,-~e(ur~W ................ 19 Ho.~pi,t a 1 tlVllad, n t,~n a ne~ ........ 99 Bond arid Ir~t, ereat ..................... 1.48 30.60 BLlf, f, alo Creok W,~tershed General ......... 31 Kansas Bostv~iek Irrigation ................... -0- CEMETERIES A~h~l~ ................................................ 33 Cer~ter ................................................ 72 Fairvlew ...... : ............................ -0- lonl~t ....................................................... -0- Jewell ............................................................ 96 La~arel I-I,lll ............................................... -0- Ple~ t~r~tirle .............................................. 59 ~nou,ntl ....................................................... 2,9 i~am" . .................................................................. .53 Union ................................................................. -0- %Ve~ac.~ ............................................................ 08 SOHOOL I~ND~ - Dl~orga~ized II~trlets C.~D. 3 ............................................................ 1.98 C.~,ID..8 ............................................................ 3.84 Oa~.O. 06 ..................................................... 1.70 Od~JD. ~1~ Bond. No. 1 ........................... 5.86 C~.~D. 71~ ~otld No. 2 .......................... 4.27 C.,S ~D. 156 ...................................................... 6.89 O.8~D. ,It..1 ............................................... 2,.51 O.~nD. ,,.~. 2 ,:Bor~l No. 1 ....................... 4.63 Oa~qJD. J~. 2 Bond IND. 2 ............................ 5.81 O,S.~. Jr. U-10 .......................................... 5.70 Oa~J2t. d,t,. 32 .................................................. 4.26 O.i~.Z). d~. ,l{i0 ................................................ 1.48 Oa~ ~ ............................................ 4.30 ~ ...................................................... 4.3,1 $~ Rffl~ ............................................ 4,50 aealell ~ .................................................... 5.48 8In,,air ~ ............................... : .................. 3.99 Darrell "l'hay,'w and l~.~lnnie, Mr. and Mrs..iohnny Adams and family and .l:wk White tit the ()rvillc I):~f; ('rs(,n home in Snl)(trl()r. LeR(ly P,t~rn('tl wp.:; ~Ulf!ql ()I" h()l/i)r ;1[ fill ()y%[~ I" >;(Hill supper Saturday ('\'(q~iilV, f()r his birlhday. Altcudi~w were lho hosls, Mr. and ,%qvs. l:]l- l'tlS Ma;n/:h~':;l?r :,i,d N,'il. l.csler alld l,el,'.~V ]'::vtwl! and Mr. and Mis. (;Icnn Barlh!y and (;:ill. Mr. and Mrs. P,~)I) Sklu?,h- ler, Vashti and Anila at:' ex- IteCte(I Io zliTiVC hi'it' Ihi:-; week to vigil lllei, llm'~mis, Mr. and Mrs. (;l,m Kh~dhw and Mr. ]{eat F, lat|..,,lll(tr ()f Mimlrose, (dhm r~,]:; I i',.,cs and friends. M'. Sl',mp.hlei" is (in leave fltl111 his (lilly wilh the U. S. NavV. While allcndim,, ~hc Slate Fair at Hulchit!'~on M~,~d:~,y we enjoyed a ;,i.:it wi~h i)~m Colson, Mark ()l,ori, W(.n- ,' dell Lewis and I(i)~(,r Skelly. The boys ;ire eith','r enlph)~ I ed in Wichila or :lil