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PAGE 4C /EWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO KANSAS OCTOBER Co,mot Trocks I plan to hold a bake sale on liors of Mankato on Oct. 18. ]P. M. , [Church in Salina Sunday night, changes suggested by both ...... I Nov. 12. [These tests arc useful for gaiu Miss Alice Ferguson spentI Mrs. Will Lagergren called proponents and opponents of -- I -mhs- |ing experience before taking Tuesday in the eouutry with[on Mrs. Mattie Metz last week. tile bills. This column will be appear-I The Juniors have recently[the Senior year tests her brother, Mr. John Fergu-[ The Reverend Mr. Paul Life, As printed, the new hill con- ing weekly in the paper as[completed their annual maga-[ -mhs- son, a.d IVlrs. Ferguson.|pastor of the Mankato and Je- tains all of the modifications the Student Council is hopinglzine sales A record goal ofI Kayettes, as a school ser Mrs. Waunda Donahue vis-[welI E.U.B. Churches, took which a majority of the mere to better inform the public of] $2.000. in sales was hit this] vice project, donated $10.00 to itt,d her mother. Mrs. Gertrude[ charge of the Oct. 30 service bcrs of the subcommittee felt hapl:mnings and activities inlYear, lligh salesmen were Car l the Student Council to pay l,'icrth a lltunber o1' ttnw.~ lastlat the Home. Mrs. Life played were supported hy good faith the school. ]el Mohler, Ellis l)unstan andlStuCo mel~fl)(q'shilJ in Ihc Na week. Ithe piano. Mrs. Glen,I Right criticisms of the original pro -mhs- I l~'laiue Badger. The Juniors [ tional Cotmc.ii. 'l'h, Cotmril Mrs Matiie S~dth en.i~yed| meier and girls were also pre- l)osals and in illtell(it'd to give The Student Council meets] recently selected their cl.ssI ~ishes to thank Mrs. Mtm~t,) a Suu(lay ;iflclqloon tch'phone]sent. I)oth tile full Committee and twice a month. Its first aeti [ rings, which will be in two[ and the Kayettcs [or this gift. r,n~crsatioT~ ~ith her son Mr.[ _.___ i the public an opportunity to vity was a trip to Osborne toI styles and should arrive aboutI -mhs- N*rOrd,ja,,~, lh'ndr,x and lamilyI New Committee Print [thoroughly familiarize then~ attend a regional Student lChristmas time. J School will be dismissed at '~ ~v~c~ rmrsou, ~'.ans. IOn REA Bill [selves with the proposals bc Council conference. At thisl -mhs- I all District 278 attendam'r cen Yh's. I,urih~ Wood and KathI ]fore the convening of tile new meeting, the members gained] The Sophomores held a men ] tc,'s on Wednesday, Nov. 2, :, t ri, Wood ,,r l~cd Ch,t,l. Nehr.[ Congressman W R r'o~gelCo"gress. much valuable mfoi matron " ' " " It'3' making project a food sale[ 2 o'clock. This gives teachcr.~ ~'alk'd W, Ch;wlte l)avl~. | Subcommittee on Conservation I endorsement of four of lhc six i\li.~s Alit'e Y, ellh(a'n aceom-[ and Credit of the House Com-I members of the Subconmfittee provements. . I -mhs- [ of the Kansas State 'reachers' ),till( (1 Mz.. lap 1 ars(ms and[ tmttee on Agriculture announc- [ resently m Washmgton W .... -runs- I The Freshman class, in a[Convention, to be held Thurs _\It:. Lawrence Stedman t|ed today that he had orderedlR. Poage, Texan; Frank Stub 3,1~ (,hnu I (ixe nf M ml, ato ~ ~ An all,~chool assembly ~as (c t M~ m(I Mz~ 1) m Bwrett r ss "'." . " "]r~'en meeting, appointed al(lay and Friday, Nov. 3 and 4. I h,hdt t'~ri(lay afternoon. ThcYla new "Committee print" of Iblefield, Kentucky; Clair Cal- presented when thf summtl ( w( i ~ -~ ~ " "l '~ 1 and flower committee. ] The theme of this year's c(m (.ailed on Mrs. l,ouise Sell- [the Rural Electric and Ruralllan, Nehraska; and Robert camp delegates sh ~rcd sprat h, ( ~ n " "; ' " 'IT's 'tm x'ttee is conaposedoflvention is 'Opp(wlunities a~d holm Mrs. (). R. !eeh'r and|Telephone Banks Bill. ThelDole, Kansas. There are in of their more memoi /ble ex I l ) , , i~i ,hlmeirr A(hqi'l "m(I I)et) ~ , . , ' . ~ ~ '" ~ .~ rrv flew, I ennis Esslinger, [Responsibilities in a Chan~m~ .\Its. Mary llanson m tilt' Lew-[ draft is based on the original ]addition two Ex Officio mere p~iencea~at the various camps [ Candy Stephens and Mary Hal I Role", in I(esl l lotue. | bills H.R. 14000 introduced{ bers (the Chairman and tilt, attendefi Students takmg pa~t s ( ~ ~' ' .... [.'t ~ d. Cards have bee ~ se it to ] -mhs- " ' '" " ' ' ' ~ . "" '1 b) Mr. Poage of Texas, and franking minority mc~ ~t)er . in the assembly were Ralphlclifford Silsby, who has heen[ The nlans for the en(l of the h~s,' d;n~ht( ,r ~md child,. en] H.R.14837, introduced bylChairman Coo(yl ~ h~,'~s ~ w(:ll Ozmun, Lions' Band Camp; J.] hospitalized about five weeks. [ first, q'uarter or nine weeks' I'ronl Nehr,ska, Mrs. Bobl Chairman Cooley of North Car- lestahlished policy of never at C. Cleg.g,, Fellows.h,p Kt iChr,S, lThe class is happy to learn|period, include l'a,'e,,t Teach I.ov,, and rm,iiy. Mrs Glenn|olin,,. but contains all but onelte,npting to influence 1he ,It, uan Ammms; r~mme a e ano ] that lie is at)le to come home. ]er confe '(,nces T rune co fler ~" '. ' : . " [ of the amendments agreed on[ cisl0ns ol the Stih(.omlu,tlee. Cindy Halstead. Girls' State:land hope he will soon be back lentes will be held on 'rues ' '' ~. , "' ]hy the Subcommittee (the] Mr. I)ague, the rank| ~ ' })l( ~%tlt ~Uli(~ I\ % l~;IIOl S O[ Ir 111~ Melvin Kitts and Mike Rourke I in s(hool I ........ ~ , " , " '~ . ,pay l'~ov ~ a~ lvionu'o~( For- Mrs. llalti(, Love. Jamendment eliminating exist-Jority member, is retiring from Boys State Cindy H,dstcad ('~ ' ; " " " ] -mhs- Jm):o and Lovewell. They are . ' ~ "".. '~ .~ ' [in~ R,E.A, loans for genera-[Congre:.. and Mike Rourke Natmnd P t s . ~,, .' ' J ic ore." for the Annual wcrelto be held at Mankato Scimols ot .l~um~to~n,.' ~stt(l.' ~ his.' me |lion), as well as numerous[ The above.mentioned n~(~ ~, Student .Council Conterence. ] takt,n on Oct. 26. Most of the Ion Nov. 9. The part,nts may Ihcr. Mrs. Mi.nic Barrett, ] Others will be presented m a I g,'oup pi('tures of the high Jvi,~it the leacimrs' rooms at ~lmdav aflrrnoon. ,- ' later assemby. ]~chool organizations were ta [their (:onveniellce fro, u 8:40 1o Mi~' Alic(, ~cllhorn .,,len,~,,,~|,~,,~ (First published in The Jewell County Record on PROPERTY Student Council is mal, mg qdflg l 1 th(E .. ... e, e,oo classes and session. Tlie S,i, de,l, ('ou, c,l I//:.." ST TE E ' ' ~" ' " .... ] TAXES plans for painting so m.e signs ] groups will be scheduled later, ] will serve as guides at tile high | 1, Faye Anderson, County Treasurer of Jewell County, on the one way strecL in iront ro bl 1 I r " .' , ~ Ip ba y "n Jamary. ~school building durin~ the day. ]Kansas, ila compliance with the requirements of 19547 ()f of the SChOOlS m sept s (n pi( ', . " "~J -mhs- [Grade cards ~ill be picked upi .. - - - [the 1957 Supplement to the General Statutes of Kansas do venting an accident . ~ [ Mr. V. I. Mercy. sponsored [ by the parents at this time. It" ~ I -'" -' -I:" :" - -] hereby cause to be published the following lists of unpaid -rnns- ~" ~ .... . .. [by the Midwest ford D(alers' J they at( tmahle to come. the -._ _ _ _.; _ [ or partially unpaid delinquent property taxes showing the M Club acttvitms beg'm . ' [AssoclaUon presented a pro-[cards will be gwen to the stu- ~ I~ ~ ] name of each delinquent or partially delinquent taxpayer, with a car-wash on Oct 8 I q " M' " ....... l ld~nt the ntxt (1 v ........ " "; Ig "am at anKaLo tJlgn ~enoo I ' ,,' a .... -" _ . [ listed alphabetically, all as shown on the returns made to Tne money rmse~ wm ne useo , . |on Monday Oct. 24. He is a | -mhs- ., [ me by the Sheriff of Jewell County, Kansas The by._.the a!.hleUc, department. ]retired biology teacher, photo-[ Career Day was held qt Be --|amount shown following the name and last known address rllllng stauons mat cooperat !.q,r.ht r -nd "- c"r - " ........ ' ' , [ of each taxpayer is the total amount of the delinquent 1965 ........ ig"P ' , a ~e'LU ev. rxeiloit on UCL 2t /or juniors aim ea were rnillips 66, Stanuaro sh ) ~ " ' ' o,,a ~"~'il ]." (w~d about 160 eolored pw-[semors. The students were giv-I ~ | personal property tax unpaid, together with penalties a~:d ......... . Itures of animals, hirds, and/en tim(, to attend three sen- ~'-f~------~. |costs as of October 10, 1966. -tansy. .... [plants. /te also told interesting|sions, most of the colleges of ~~ |Name of Taxpayer and Address Tax and Costs ., Ata meeting ,neld uct., j.~, |stories at)out how many of the ]Kansas as well as the armed "~'~" | Automotive Rentals, Inc., 7411 Maple Ave, Merchant- me ~ougaretms negan maK,ng h.ict_t .......... s ......... I '. ~' '- - ' ~. I ville, New Jersey ....................... $ 56.20 ...... O " /la' u ~:~ were , ecutcu, iservlces ha(1 representatives plans for me nomec mmg ac-! mh- I -'-- ~ : , - U/%IWC'IITI i ]Barrett, Rodger, Formoso, Kans ............... 9.75 - . , - ~- tpresent mr m)nerts anQ wlr tivities. Homecoming is ~ov. M nl " " " - ' " ,,., o ..,..,...,.. h"n "h-- ~' -u ] a ~ato School was host to|Jones accompamed the stu- J~J1~lVIS--LI/l.s~ | Betzer, George, Address unknown .............. 7.32 ,, ,~ ~ ,, ~,o~,,, ~..~ ~ ~ ,~. ]the ACT tests given to Seniors [dents on this tripCH~|M _tlAw | Cardwell, Pat H., Mankato, Karts ............... 16.01 gars meet me wnm)nvate ri-.on O(t 15 --~ " "~- s ' ~ " k ..... I Claycamp, Emil, Mankato, Kans ............... 29.08 ...... I '. . ~ )out 4a emors / -mhs- ~ z~ ] Hayes, Calvin, Formoso, Kans ................. 9.52 races "me sopnomore gn'ls are took th (s! A is.p .... / . ....... | " e t ~,". CT .' a c(, ,e~-t .......... responstme .... for maKmg the |t.... ntl,, ac~c t~svt and Is'" ,'eq~,,'~u,;" "'~ / '~i~,~/-~..~ [ Herrington, Paul R., 10920 Whitehall Manor, Bridgeport, platform, whde the junior guls ]hv all state schools and ~umor [|111" "i/ ~dlr,~t drlve~,g~,:~ | Missouri 63044 ..........................86.46 will make the crowns. |colleges in Kansas I M1/lln flt * ~lylSpOup~..~]'~, "Ill I H & D Cattle Co. (Bud Hulings), Box 95, St. Joseph, -mhs- |' ' mh "" | ,,- ==~m~,u=~ ~ m,~,~na,~ ~.~la~,~kx I Me ................................. 32.77 - s- ] Malsbury, Thee, Mankato, Kans ............... 4.65 The Cougarettes have alsol Pz(liminarv Schola~ti . .. / ................. ' ~ .... .' c ~pu-, ws~tmg hours" lw uu I I'UU ~ BII~081~ " - - I Mankato Implement Co., (Arno Smith), Mankato, made a mascot outfit which tude 'lcsts w r " ..... " " " n e 3297 ', .... " . / ' "': :e e g~ven to jun-/A M 2'00-4"00 and 7"00800 ~d~tltn8 ~ '~ ' ~ Kans .................................. will be worn ny r~,is Dunstan. | ....... ,~01 ] M~tchell, William A & Ed a, B loit, Kansas .... 7.69 who will appear at future bah | " " games. The Cougar head was | .,~ - - - ~ '" [ Mooney, Vernon, Salina, Kansas ............... 20.78 ltlMmeMIl @U ll - ll I1 | Olena's Mobil Station, Burr Oak, Kansas ........ 18.35 JWII I~I m aommmg~ 71 made by Mrs. Don Anderson. | | ~~ | " J Sheridan, John R., Sutton, Nebr ............. 43. art instructor at Mankato High | J ~~ I~ I ql ~\~ | " ............. ....... I Smyzer, Bill G., Jewell, Kans ................. 32.77 School. mhs [ J Speaks "~.t TM ~' [ II~DDV'~ ~'PA~rl~ADI~|Smlth, Arno, Mankato, Kans .................. 153.5u SERVICE [ Spear, Floyd, Scottsville, Kans ................. 40.86 The Mankato marching] ......... | Zwickey, Marvin D., P. O. Box 342, Willow Creek, band, under the direction of|[ ~i~[ tttgnway ;~b- l~lanHato ~ Calif ................................. 58.60 Miss Dorothy Llbben, has [ J ~~:~I"I " ~ J .... made trips to Band Day at[ I th~the-C0mmunists, whii,~ II ~l 'both Kansas State University [ [ cont'muing to seek peace in oodg faith. ~: Jill and For~:.Ha's" State' College: [ i I I i~l~ ~mhs: , / l[, . : .lll The Seniors have chosen a / l_.lL II il ;.1 1 1 1 I I Er /iE1 class motto, flower, and Sen] tot keys, as well as ordcimg l:lr d, . ". ~-.~,/ ,ee " lg for Senator (7ommlttee---L.t'il, kln. ('~ha]rlfrl~til: Topeka, Kan. ,,,,.1,,net ??,nou ncemems. rney| , , '- I I I SHADOWS ON FULL MOON? NO. THERE ARE NO SHADOWS ON A FULL MOON. SHADOWS GIVE A THREE.DIMEN. SIONAL EFFECT TO THE MOON'S SURFACE AND ALL THE PEAKS AND VALLEYS, THE CRATERS AND RIFTS STA DISTINCTLY ..... ' ND OUT MOR THE .....~ UTHER PHASES E ~UUN THAN ON THE FUL?~,IOON. Our ',p s/tory gives you the same conven/ence as a bank that neve closes/ The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN 1KANKATO DLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CONFIDENCE F. D. I. C. MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR HAS BEEN RAISED TO $15,000.00 11 L Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.D.LC. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1883 II III II II II I II I I I II ~:~ :. :,,. @ MR. AND MRS. RESIDENCE IT WAS A PLEASURE FOR US TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY 3'0 FURNISH THE BUILDING MATERIALS FOR THIS BEAU- TIFUL RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. DEAN BUSTER, Manager Phone FR 8-3243 II bers stated that while they re- ing course. She served the right to disagree seven foundation wiLh details that they felt that parts of a meet ,)eitherpuhlicun should have the op- handbooks, meaning( 1 ' ity during the recess to and kinds of things G.~ study a bill which seemed to do. Those who took !IV01 be fair to all parties. It is, of ing were Carol Leon~ course, understood that no sic- lys Jensen, Jean Ill[ lion will b(' taken until the new Libbie Crangle, Marj~ ~| (.:OIIgI'CSS COllVCIleS. bert, Jolene Stout,] ~ ...... Rightmeier and FranC~ Girl Scout Leader Trainingerling. .J lJ -- are ''?S. ' "?S. .~, .? n 63 Y.E.S. 64 Y.E.S. 65's? Y'$rs 0[ , j4 4-H A Yes, We ve Got Everything For Y0'[ rday During Our [ The YEAR END SALE! :il Pr0gr 1966 CADILLAC Coupe De Ville, padded roo i 4500 actual miles, lefts 1966 CHEV. Impala Coupe, Red, V-8; near isted "'.t% 1966 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4 dr. Std., 4-H double sharp. - - _ [Zer, 1965 FORD XL Coupe. Loaded, air and all'l double sharp: ......... a | aint 1965 CHEV~ 4 Dr. HT; V-8; AT, P~[ Kit l oor--Ilke new, power and ldr.[ 1965 Coupe. Red-and white,[ tory air. , l , 1965 STING RAY Convertible'red in color; sharp. .J 1964 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 Door; ~| sharp. I 1964 CHEV. Bel Air Wagon. ,J 1962 Chief; 4 Dr.,air and _ _ nice car. - [ 1964 CHEV. Bel Air 4-Door. ] 1962 CHEV. Bel Air. 6 cyi. Std. | 1962 OLDS 98, 4 Dr.; air and all; like new. 1964 GMC */~ T, long, one local owner. [ 1961 CHEV. ~ T, 4-spd., Steps|de. ~] 1958 CHEV. 11/2 T. 3 sp', Stepsid'e. [ 1955 CHEV. 3~ T, 4 spd. [ .1956 GMC V-8, 4 speed. .J 1949 CHEV. Truck," box, hoist and stock MANY OTHER CARS AND TRUCKS T0 [ I~'~t CHOOSE FROM! _ % Waconda Motor Co., '' er OPEN WEEK DAYS TiLL 9:00 P.1VL [~ Max Dudley, Howard Reece, Lyndon 13oo1"" " "" "- " - - - - " "e SALESMEN: Bill Ludwig, Orval Ramge~ k DIAL 781-4311 CAWKER CITY, ['! ELDON GRI3UI i DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SHBff Lifelong resident of Jewell County Graduate of Mankato High School Air Force Veteran Commercial Pilot and Flight Instructor Farmer in Jewell County 12 years Still in business in Mankato Your Support Will Be Appreciated (Paid for by Jewell County Democratle Womelf$ (pol. adv.) 1 b t~ 160 A. Jewell county - $30,000.00 Land in Soil Bank; need not be left. Will consider contract to right partY. Phone PE 8-2526 BELOIT, Republican (98th Lincoln - Mitchell - Jewell County STATE REPRESENTATIVE * FARMER STOCKMAN Your support, vote, and influence will 1# appreciated Rural Kansas Needs Experienced (Pol. Adv.)