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October 13, 1966     Jewell County Record
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=W LL .ECO,D. M ,TO. ,NS*S HU.SD*Y OCTO.ER i/ o I . II . I I III P I , I1~ X | ~banon on Friday evening. Pittsburg visiting their Donnel and Mrs. Lillie family, Mr and Mrs. R. L. STATEMENT OF OWNER- c. Total Paid Circu- vendors and l i~fllrlP i[ |~bll Ricky, Ronnie and Curtis daughter, Joyce Fogo. En- Moon were Sunday after- Bang at Denver, Colo. and SHIP, MANAGEMENT lation ........... 2335 counter sales ..,~ ildFUiil VUI~ Paul returned home with route home they stopped at noon callers on Mr. and Mrs. her brother and wife, Mr. AND CIRCULATI?N d, Free Distribution 2. Mail Subscrip- l Forrest Howard them for the weekend. Mrs. Kansas City to get Mrs. A. W. Canfield. and Mrs. Gerald Smith at 1. Date of Filing: October (including samples) tions ............ I~ Rex Paul and Mike Paul Bessie Burton who had spent Mr. and Mrs. Archie Boulder, Colo. 1, 1966. by Mail, Carrier or c. Total Paid Circu- it, o,,n nn~ Bit] Dillon came after them on Sunday. the past month there with Franklin of New Castle, Ind. Carla Garman spent the 2. Title of Publication: Other Means ..... 55 lation ........... 1 .... Sur, da" evenin- visit Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren relatives and friends, came I~nday to vm~t m the weekend home from Ft. Jewell County Record. c. "lotal D~stnbuhon . 2390 d. Free DtstrLbutmn w~ ...... y, ........ ~; - and Marjo of Lovewell Mr Mr and Mrs Reeve Haw- home of his sister Mr and Havs State College 3. Frequency of issue: f. Oilme Use, Left- (including sampleS) r~vI~I 2:~' ;;/stl ~kl/l~yn'cole and Mrs. Rodney .,Warren kins and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Fred Sanderson. " i~Irs. Doug, las Giliett spent Weekly. Over', Una"ccount- by Mail, Carrier or we~'~'SaturdJy dinner guests and sons of Repubhc, Judy Brandon spent Saturday m Mrs. Raymond Balty of Saturday at the Dan Franco 4. Location of Known Of- ed. Spoiled after Other Means ..... Scottsbluff, Nebr. came to home in Kensington. rice of Publication: Mankat(LPrinting ......... 10 e. Total Distribution . of Mr. and M,s. Clarence Pix- ler.L:" Mrs. Helen McNichols and Me!~Ul, Vernon Mathews and Elfin, Burgess were Wednes- day p, fternoon callers at the Jak~ McDor.nel home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bran- don were Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs Daisy Bran- don at Beloit. Jardce Collie of Ellsworth was:a Saturday dinner guest of Cdnaie Fogo. A.2/e Larry Gillett and M r.:alid Mrs. Douglas Gillett were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Franco and Cindy of Kensington. Clay Stlsby spent Monday in the Lynn Harris home while his mother, Mrs. Boyd Sflaby, took Cliff Silsby to Lincoln, Nebr. to have x-rays and a check up. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bernard of Fairbury came Thursday upend some time in the elson Harris home, Behrends of Webber, Mrs. Doug Warren, Janice Ander- son and Mr, and Mrs. Wil- bure Smith and Sharon of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. En- cille Lewis and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Suchs- land and family were guests for a farewell supper in hon- or of Mrs. Doug Warren on Wednesday evening at the Floyd Myers home. Mrs, Warren left for Germany on Monday, Oct. I0. Mrs. Larry Wacker and Martha of Edgar, Nebr. were Saturday visitors in the Phil- lip Underwood home, Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Un- derwood and Cheryl were Sunday diner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darus Henningsen at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Old- field and Mrs. Ona William- son spent the weekend in Lawrence visiting Mr, and Mrs. Guy Oldfield and fam- ily. Enroute home they stop- ped at Blaine, Kans and at- tended the Blaine bazaar. Kearney, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs, Forest Fos- ter spent the weekend in O'Neil, Nebr. visiting his cousin Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Pie rson. A2/c Larry Gilletl spem Monday and Tuesday in the Douglas Gillett home, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harris took Mr. and Mrs. Mack Harris for a drive on Sunday afternoon. Mrs, Jim Rehmert of Man- kato was a Thursday dinner guest at the Forrest Howard home. Nelson Harris entered the Red Cloud hospital on Fri- day for observation and treatment. Mrs. Lyman Hansen and Jonie were Saturday morn- ing callers at the Henry Hes- kett home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag were Sunday after- noon callers at the Clarence Moore home in Lebanon. Mr and Mrs. Gene John- son and Mr and Mrs. Jack Mr and Mrs. Clyde Korb Byers attended Open House Terry Morris of Ft. Hays State College spent the weekend in the Dallas Mor- and Cindy were Friday even- at the Veterinary College in ris home. ing visitors in the Frank ] Manhattan on Saturday. Mrs. Ollie Moon, Mrs. Korb home in Mankato. ]They visited Chuck Johnson Glen Paul and Mrs. Glenn Mrs. Eleanor O'Neal and] and Jackie Byers while Fearing spent Thursday in her brothers and sisters[ there. Hastings shopping. ]were guests for homemade[ Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ta- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Leslie of[ ice cream and cake at the[ turn of Bernard were Sun- Newton were Wednesday Jake McDqnnel home on[day dinner guests of Mr. and dinner guests of Mr. and Tuesday afternoon. [Mrs. Lester Bausch. EClrs; Clarence Pixler. ] Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grout-] Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Mor- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers house of Smith Center were]ris were Sunday evening vi- were Sunday evening supper t Sunday dinner guests of Mr. [ sitors of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-land Mrs. Fred Sanderson lard Montgomery and family bure,Smith and Sharon and and their houseguests. [of Guide Rock. Mrs,, Doug Warren at the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence] Mr. and Mrs. James Me- Hilltop Care in Superior. Blew were Sunday afternoon[Cormick returned home on Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Un- c:dlers at the new housel Wednesday from a trip to derwood visited Mr. and] that Merle Blew is building] Indiana and Kentucky. Mrs.~ Guy Ball at Esbon on [ in Mankato. They also calledl James attended the National Sunday. ' on Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sils- [ Postmasters Convention in Larry Suchsland visited by later in the afternoon. ]Louieville. Mrs. Ada Stan- with Dennis Michael while Mr. and Mrs. Archie] ton acompanied them home in port at Subic Bay Philli- Franklin of New Castle, Ind.[after spending the past 4 pines, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred San-I months with her daughter, , IVI~:' Clark Calahan and derson were Saturday dinner] Rada Stanton, in Kentucky. Mta, W. G. Decker were Fri- guests of Mr. and Mrs. EllisI They also visited Miss Grace ~ ,day afternoon callers on Mrs. Benbow. [ Stanton and Mrs. Jim Nor- Ad~ Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Eng-lton in Topeka. MIt~ and Mrs. Harve Deck- land were Sunday supper[ Mrs. Grace Birch and Mrs. er Were Sunday dinner guests guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. [ Molie David left Monday for : Of I~,.. and Mrs, Floyd My- Bender. [Intercession City, Fla. where .ldx0rg" and Mrs. Roy Fuller- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fear-Ithey will make their home ing and Dave and Mr. and I for the winter months. Mrs. '~ ~ atafl family of Superior Mrs. Jean Fearing and Ran-]Lena Harris of Red Cloud ,. ~/id ,Mr, and Mrs. Richard dy were Sunday dinner[accompanied them to Flori- ~:~. OHVer' and girls were Sun- guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Ida for a visit. : day'~rmer guests of Mr. and Fearing. I Jennie Wilson of Lebanon ~ffll. Guy Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fogo]was a Monday afternoon , Mr, and Mrs, Glen Paul spent the past weekend in[caller at the Mack Harris attended the Red Cloud-Le- the home of Mr. and Mrs.]home. '~. 1~01~ football game at Le-Lowell Laughlin home in[ Mr. and Mrs. Jake Me- IIII II ii ,3 I[' THAN AVERACoE IN "TEXAS.. PODNU H I SUN SIZE MILES, OR 109 TIMES THE OIAMETE~ OF THE EARTH, MORE THAH A MILLtON EARTHS COULD BE SQUEEZED INTO A GLOBE THE SIZE OF THE SUN. YET THE SUN IS ONLY AN AVERAGE SIZE STAR. Insured Savings Accoun/s uf all sizes are we/come here Come in our bank today to start to save for tomorrow. spend this week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. L. Bender. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ben- nett spent Thursday even- ing in Superbw. Mr. Vern Blew of Logan and Mr. and Mrs. Don Blew and Donald Wayne of Phil- lipsburg were Friday over- night and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blew. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar New- lin of Mankato were Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. May Boitnott. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas CaJd- well visited Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dillon at Manhattan on Sunday. Mr.and Mrs. U. O. Moh- ler w~re-- Wednesday even- ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Cock- roft and Jank'e were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Mamie Cockroft of Mankato. Mr, and Mrs. Keith Mc- Keown and family were Sun- Brownies Barbara Blair called the meeting to order Oct. 3. Minutes of the last meeting were read, We discussed what we spent our money on last year. Plans were dis- cussed for a trail ride. We had r~freshments. ---Carrie Ann Weltmer, Scribe. Wichita~Ten laboratory schools for Methodist church school leaders have been scheduled throughout the Central Kansas Conference beginning Oct. 9. Teachers, parents, pastors and others who enroll will observe act- ual classes in action, then evaluate and help plan the next sessions. Except at the last session in Mankato, all schools will have classes for leaders of aH age groups - nursery through adult. Students will Kansas 66956. 5. Location of the lh'ad quarters or General Businc's~' Offices of the Publisher:< Mankato, Kansas 66,956. 6. Names and Addresse~ of Publisher, Editor, and Managing Editor. Publisher: Boyd Family Pub- lishers, Mankato, Kansas. Editor: F. W. Boyd, Jr., Mankato, Kansas. Managing Editor: Mrs. Frank W. Boyd, Mankato, Kansas. 7. Owner: F. W. Boyd, ,lr., ~ankato, Kansas; Mrs. Frank W.-Boyd, M:ml.tato, Kansas; MeDill Boyd, Phil- lipsburg, Kansas. 8. Known Bondholder,'~, Mortgagees, and other S,.'- curity Holders (~wning ," holding 1 percent or n:o~ [ of total amount of Bonds, I Mortgages or otber Securi- ties: None. Average No. Copies E~ch Issue During Preceding 12 Months. t:. Total ............ 2400 Single Issue Nearest to Filing Date: Oct. 13, 1966. a. Total No. Copies Prinled ..........2405 b. Pa;d Circulation 1. Sales through dealers and carriers, street f. Office Use, Left- Over, Unaccount- ed, Spoiled after Printing .......... g. Total ........... I certify that the ments made by me are correct and F. W. Boyd, FOR SALE 160 A. Jewell county - $30,000.00 lmn(l in Soil Bank; need not be left in, Will consider contract to right party. A. A. MclNTOSH Phone PE 8-2526 BELOIT, KAN$ day evening visitors of Mr. learn better class procedures, a. Total No. Copies and Mrs. David Demaray. methods and materials; and Printed .......... 2400 Mrs. W. G. Deck- to understand what can hap- b. Paid Circulation,,. ~#/# Mr. ",a.nd er att, nded the funeral ser- pen in Christian education1. Sales through vices for Mrs. Grace Kiser classes, dealers and _ ..~_ / at Mankato on Monday af- Schedule for the school in carriers, street ternoon. Mankato, announced by the vendors and Mrs. Lela Dillon and Wil- Methodist Conference Office coumer r, ales ... 60 ma visited Mrs, Ella Wins- here is April 16-20, with no 2. Mail Subscrip- low at Lebanon on Sunday youth or adult classes, tiot?s .......... 2275 afternnon. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Deck- -- -- -- er returned home Saturday , i evening form a 2 weeks va- 0RD H0 cation in Colorado. They vi- MANF LLY li: sited their daughter and COUNTY ATTORNEY Let us coach you to destroy old medi" Born in Rel)ublic County, Kansas cines and pills. Don't keep old prescrip" Degree from University of Kansas chool tions around the house where ehiidrett of Business 1927 and University of Kansas serious might get harm. at them and do themselves bchool of Law 1930' Resident of Jewell County, July, 1930, to i ii':March' 1943' and May' 1965' t date : Co ty Attorney Jewell County, Jan., 1933, imaglne : .' to Jan., 1937 (Democrat) Lifelhsurance "'"'"Your support will be appreciated. MANKATO, KANSAS a Mnn-[ '- I I I (pol. adv.) . talking: like this! An Investors Man does. That's why it is worth your while to contact him .. For sound financial planning, call your INVESTORS Man today! : .? .'.:,: : ,:.:- SYNDICATE LIFE INSURANCE AND ANNUITY C, OMP~ ALBERT WAUGH O lh,,i , i .... 9/' 214 N. Walnut, Beloit, hma. Phone PE 8-3850 ~l~le in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.I)J.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 Porches Breezeways Cut With Shears [ Tack Over Screens Genuine FLEX-O-GLASS is the 0nly plastic window material that carries 2 year guarantee.The name FLEX.O.GLASS is printed on the edge for your protection IL~ Hardware & Lumber $for r- Iverywltare ill ,lOW, as many kinds as there are kinds of drivers to enjoy them-from the SS 396 (the Chevelle for the DRIVING MAN) to the brand new Concours Custom WagonJ Long live Chevelle! And its trim dimensions, moreremarkal lecapacityfordelightin thestout sharp performance and great maneuverability,of he rt. Other models too: Maligu,Deluxe For '67, there're a new grille, new wraparound and 00, all with Body by Fisher. taillights and distinctive sheet-metal changes. In addition, every '67 Chevelle carries a multi- The effect is a newer, more contemporary look. tude of new safety features such as a As for specific models, one is completely new: GM-developed energy-absorbing steerin the sumptuous Concours Custom Wagon shown column, four-way hazard warning flasher, dua below, featuring the rich look of wood outside, master cylinder brake system with warning light. Then there's the SS 396 with a 396-cubic-inch Try a Quick-Size Chevelle at your Chevrolet Turbo-Jet V8, special suspension and an even dealer's. For ;67, everything new that could happen ... happenedl Now, at your Chevrolet dealer's 51o5 Chevelle Concours Custom Wagon Another ~ P|astt ! 66956 /}.' )i .i'?: i, "