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October 20, 1966     Jewell County Record
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' . /r r~ PE'UOH Peugh, son of and Mary E. Peugh born at Bethany County, 16, 1879 arid pass at the St. Joseph's at Coneordia, Kans. 1966, after a long ill was a ummber o! L U. B. Church of Marl 4, 1927 at ()lathe, was united in mar ti) Emma C. Thonlpson, in death tn also preceded in ] r' three brothers anu one stepson, Ar of Billings, one sister, Mrs. Olli( Woodward, Okla. nieces and ne Memory :One, thou hast left us, we deeply feel, God that has bereft our sorrows heal. we hope to meet day of life is fled, Heaven in joy to tear is were held at the Home Oct. m. MusJ by Lanny Dick tClegg. Casket Bear Evan Berg, Glenn ), K, Balch, John Love, Y&smer and Francis Interment was in the Cemetery, Osage iCE W. NEBEL ,-.-__ Warren Nebel was ,i hon, Karts. Aug. Jbhn and Mary Ne away Oct. 8, St. Joseph's Itospital, ~lge-~,'of'8 years he his mother to a of Esbon on until the He was an in the valley but knew the comfort of her presence, from ~he source of the White Rock at Old Salem to its mouth where it emptied in the Repub ,lean Rivet" in Republic Co. In ~he fall of 1884 when the pestb trace of Black Diphtheria struck, raging through that winter, she laid three of her Jwn children to rest, as its ictims. Undaunted hy imr loss she continued to go into ~he homes of others, helping ~o assuage the ravages of this disease, or closing the eyes of its victims and comforting the parents who suffered as she ~ad. Her life was spent in un ~elfish sacrifice and service to Jther.s and on this her birth lay, we pause tn pay st)eeial xibute to all pioneer mothers and to our own mother, Mary E. Doxon, "Little Mercy Angel )f White Rock Valley", in par- ;fouler. Could she enter the mine town today or climb the fills to scan the valley, her l mart would rejoice at the beautiful sigilt of fields of ~rain, the prosperous farm mines, the blazing autumn olors on the hills, and the air )f prosperity and happiness in l;his, her chosen Kansm; land., We thank thee, God, for sucb l as she gave us, again the peace she loved. This is her ~tate and natinn's plea. Oc, t~. 17, is a typic, al witl~~ a nipliff~the air Olat says it's high tih~e.td pre i pare fat" wintery days. Partly !cloudy, the temperature is 60" and falling. The flag at the i !P. O. whipping in a fairly strong chill wind. Silo filling practically over and the mile rapidly being harvested. It is: reported both a good quality and yield. The serious wreck. on the Rock Island at Formosa and destruction of the elevator has caused some inconveni- ence to farmers for unloading' and disposal of drain but work- men are going ahead as rapid- fly as possible to improve this situation. While a very damag- ing wreck, everyone still has a feeling of relief to know there were no human lives; taken or injured. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dox- and capable far-on and Mr. arid Mrs. Delmar he loved. Doxon spent the weekend with a: member of thetheir daughter and sister, Mrs. of Esbon Estaline Bouray, and husband, of Columbus. Laurence Bouray. The Nor- in death man Doxans and 'Mrs, Est~:n three sis- line Bouray and sons visited : Emma and Sunday P. M, at the C. ~, War'ren home. Emma Jane Sten~i Mankato, was hostess to the Oct. 12th, meeting of the local W.S.C.S; Yt was an all day meeting. The Tuesday 'forenoon spent in conjunction Sacred Heart with two of our District offi- at Esbon, errs, Miss Lucy Wiley of Man- Roger Meitl kate and Mrs. Max Beam of was in the Washington, Kans., who pre, Es. seated us with inspirational ideas for the future growth of tWere Ted Thum- our circle. A fine pot luck din- Glenn Kind- net was enjoyed hy all the Clifford ladies present. The two visiting Benoit. ~ank our many for the spiritual bou- and many acts our recent officers left for their homes after the noon meal. The local members spent the afternoon meeting with the regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Ruby Lee Near gave the leson in a very interesting mann(,',, and giving out questions for: opin- ions and discussions by the members. A few ideas for bet- ~ering our Iinances were in. ~roduced and plans made for dm World Day of Prayer to oe held at the Lovewell Meth- odist Church OU Weducsday, Oct, 25, to which the W.S.C.S. members of Webber and Court !and Churches have been in- vited. Mrs. Wm. Cantrell of Lick ing, Mo., mother of Film Can lrc}l has been a house F uest of her sofa for the l);Ist two w(,(q:.s. tter (htughtcr, Mrs. Coy Mc Comb and imsband, with their lw(i sons, Randy and Billy Boh, fame last Monday for a dmrt visit anti to tak(, th(,ir mother honle with I hem 1,,)i Presser, Wash. 'they left ea|'ly, last Wednesday morhing. Mr. ;lnd Mrs. Starr Vale and Mrs. i)elia ,~h,l(lt spent Sun-1 day afternoon at the Fred Ross ] home. Mr. Oscar tto';s of Web I her was a dinnc,r gUeSt Of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross. Mr. and Mrs. t{odney Ayers spent the past wec,kcnd in (;rand Island, Nebr. M v':~. Bruce Ayers kept, lheir .s chil drcn, L(,ann, l)(,rv'ick and l,isa Beth. Mrs. Bruce Aycrs and daughter, Saundra. an(l the 3 children of Mr. m~d Mrs. Rod ney Ayers spent part of Sun. day afternoon at the C. V. Warren home. Four of our 25 great grandchildren and a live. ly four to enjoy. The latest addition, nor 25th, ix the new daughter, Erika I,ynn Baker, weight 8 Ibm. 14 ozs. nn Sept. 24 at the Rodney Baker home in l,ongview, Wis. Mrs. Baker iv the youngest daughter of Leonard and Arlene l,eece. We received a letter and l)ic- tore from our youngest, Char- line Warren, who has been the president of the Washington Homemakers Safety Council for the past two years, to say she had received a $100.00 award, in the number of re port batiks turned in, a contest, by the counties from all ow~r the nation. Washington with 31 counties and 577 clubs repre- senting 5749 women had the largest number. These reports from the counties in Wash. were all sent to Mrs. Warren's home in Longview, where she checked and signed them, box- ed and mailed them to Wash- ington, D. C. She did this work "while in her wheel chair fol- lowing surgery while we were in Longview with her last summer. She had 'previously won a trip to Hawaii in 1964, accoml~a nted hy'her,'husband, Merlin Warren, to the annual convention of National Exten- sion Homemakers Council with headquarters at the Hil- ton Hotel in Honolulu. In 1965 and 1966 she went as president of the Homemakers Safety: Council of Washington: to Lan- sing, Mich. net. 10 to 13 of this month she spent 4 daysI with members of the Longview Dorcas Extension Homemak- ers Club of Cowlitz Co. and other counties at the Wash- ington State Homemakers Council heht in Spokane. Her name was placed before the meeting for state president of the Ifomemakers Extension Council for the stale o~ Wash- ington, to which office she was God bless you City of Webber, Kansas NOTICE OF BUDGET IIEAEING ~L~ NorI~oE Iv l--~,retby given, in eomoli,,an:ce with the ~ Nebel provisions of K. 8. A. 70-2009, th~alt the governing body will Warren meet on t~l~e 31~ die5r of Gotobev, 1~O6, ad~ 8:00 o'clock, p. m., at the Oity HuH for the purpose of hearir~ obj~tions and :" shivering, questions of t~xpayers relating to the fal,lawtng lves bud_g~' ea~d tam proixxo, ed ~ax levy, and considering ~anend.-~ents reluttng t~. ' ~ ~, ~ler~. ~ l~ederick 'theme.% Mayor. l~u~ced~i~g Ourrent Proposed GENERAL FUND Year Year B'udget Expenditures: 1965 1066 1967 "rowBer Oenev~l Government-- Oct: 17, 1966. Just ~aJ~rles ............................................ $ 4~6.00$ 500.00$ 5.00.00 Le~a~l PrinH~g ................................ 69,36 2.5.00 50.00 &gb' today a baby~trlld,lng l~adneeneance .............. 336.52 10&00 100.00 in Greenwood, CHeat, I~tg~t and ~er .............. 2~.~9 ~50.00 15,0.00 to womanhood Election Expense .......................... 3'2.00 50.00 a another who ~tscella~e~~s ................................ 10.00 ~5.0~ 25.0O the value of ser-Total (:~eneval Gov~en~O .. SLlr/R,.7q $ ~00,00 $ 875.00 and a compas- ttighv,~y Depavtav.er~t---- ;: Sick and helpless. Street ~,~a~terl~ls $ 600.00 $ 250.00 age of 14 she Plre ~e~t~- of nursing likluipmen iRep~irs ...................... $ 47.20 $ I00.00$ 100.00 wages Term Pire Depa~lre, e~ .......... $ 4~20 $ 100.00$ 1001)0 older experienced Total Ek*neral Operating Puoxl ! Rain training and Ex~tures .............................. $1,21&0'/ $1,400.00 $1,225.06 Receipts: them,' for the Otty~ ~nenct~n,bered Ca~ BaL, by work- - . ................................................. $ ~.7~ $ 5.2~ -field hospital during Co. Treas. AdJ~l~ B~l.al~ce ........ 50.3"/ War. Growing to Ad v~lorem Property Tax .............. 306~2 she chose her life In~'~ble Tax .................................. 1.43 4.76 and came with him Ol~are~t~ ~amp Tax ...................... 140.00 140.00 Kansas in Liquor Ck)rlbrol En2orcemen~ Tax 50.00 5020 settled on a Oa~ollne Tax ((Regtfl.,~r) ................ fl~l.0~150.00 150.(}0 Mfs~ellarmous 2.94 5.24 in the beautiful Trax~fer erom'T.]~iat"~::::::::::[ ~15~0 ;1,000.00 8"/&00 $1,4oo.0o 1,40(t.00 1,225.00 less: Expe~dY0ures .................. 1,21~ u~beved Bal. For'd .... $ 5.26 LIGHT UTILITY FUND Expenditures: in the way Salaries and Wages .......................... $ 1~.~ $ .100.00 $ 100.00 and education R~p~lm ~ ~irgoen~nee 81)0.00 800.00 of the valley l~ttel, lao~er, Light and W~'r'"~ 3,0~3.06 3.~50a.003,500.00 by their efforts, lgxtenat~m and ~Be~ ........ 4,31&gr/ 500.00 other parents, Miscellaneous . ..................................... a5.80 where she quickly took a~ builders of a Their enthusi- of the first Sal~ ar~ Ct~npen~ting Tax ....... 1~4~4 air Township Tra~n~fe to Germral ........................ ~1~5~0 1;,000.00 8"/5.00 church TOt~ ~,xpandltalreS .................. $8,4~0."/9 $5.,4(W).00 $6,775.00 Reoelpts: in this Oash al., at the same ................................................. $9 1,7 .41 i& l'/,la 4,34q 9 k wledRe ot to ...................... ... 4,00a 0 4,000. kill i .oo JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO KANSAS THURSDAY, elected by ~ nice majority for the coming 2 years. Elected with her was :,n's; Liuireu (lnis) Tweedt el Pr(r..,cr. a.; tilt+ rK'W St%'FOI. HI'y (of .. \(~;II'S. ~he WHS .f2, l't'll ;t StW])I'!:~(_" ]);11' ty arter Lae iUCCtillg thlt] IriS. illelllh('rs of ht.l' OW,I ('!UI) V,;I\ O hot' a toy Mustan~ (';~r, s,?. iny "We are puttin!~ 3t)u in lh;, clri't,r's .,;(';it f(a' lh(' m,xt 2 y('ars". To (tuott' "l had royal lr('~llRq('ut" for th('!~O ['c',~, ([;!3s, t~:,~i!;md ;rod Rot a('.quaint('d Tol)pka. vith their new grauclson, the l'-;lton Gillott took Mr. I,'l';mk tQ,r~Ul'Son baby. Barrett to tim do('l.or ,~ llt. l,'uut, ral servic't,s for Alice loit Wednesday. th' It,.;: v,.,rs,, l(mm'(I were held here last in the night and was IMv,.n to 'rues(lay afternoon with Rev. tlu, hospital in Be,loll. Weu(h,H t;arnctt in charge. Mrs. Lowell Mc.Nicl,~ts t),m'i;il was at Burr Oak. ~l)ent Friday an(1 Sa(,u'day Thpro xvw~ a small atten- i. 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