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PAGE 613 JEWELL COUNTY - =(- , KANSAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKETS :30 A.M. & 11:40 A.M. (Games Through Friday, Nov. 18) WOMEN'S LEAGUES . COFFF.E w 1 Mixm 27 9 R-K sparklers 24 12 Pin Pushers 16 20 Zippers/ 14 22 Es-b~ St, Bank 14 22 Rmmh Hands 13 23 Hi~ individuals, 3 games: B~a Junker, 466; Eva M~hden~hall, 459; Roma Grout; 421. High Individuals, 1 game: B~ra Junker, 180; Roma Gmt, .170; Eva Menden- h '7168 w 1 R-K Shopper 29 15 Lehrling Chev. 25 19 Formosa March. 23 2 ! Ranch Bowl 22 22 Jewell Co. Record 1727 Boogaart s 16 28 High Individuals, 3 games: Helen Uzditl, 524; Nyla Berg, 514; Joyce Bradrick, 464. High Individuals, 1 game: Nyla Berg, 218; Helen Uzdill 185; Faith Stroup, 178. TUESDAY SIX W i Greenhouse 31 17 Frontier Station 30 18 F. U. Co-op Elev. 2523 State Exchange 22 26 Jerry's Standard 191/2 281/2 Jewell-Mitchell 16 ~ 31 ~/~ High Individuals, 3 games:~ Faith Stroup, 496; Iva Bust- er, 473; Barbara Junker, 465. High Individuals, 1 game: Faith Stroup, 197; Iva Bust.-: er, 188; Dorothy Libben, 177. [ MEN'S LEAGUES ATLAS w 1 V. F.W. 35 13 State Exchange 30 l 8 Lumberjacks 30 18 Seems' , 18 30 St. Theresa s 16 32 J Kissinger's 15 33 High Individuals, 3 games: Larry McKinnis, 545; Art Berg, 526; Lyle Rightmeier, 517. High Individuals, 1 game: .Larry McKinnis, 197; (tie) Bill Taylor and Richard Dia- mond, 192. REDSTONE w 1 L & B Electric 34 14 Ranch Bowl 29 19 Swope's 27 21 Boogaart'$ 21 27 Kramer's 18 30 Waugh's 15 33 High Individuals, 3 games: Even Berg, 504; Duane Stroup, 497; Glenn Kindler 495. High Individuals, 1 game: Glenn Kindler, 199; Dean Buster, 190; Duane Stroup, t87. ASTR-0N-AUTS w 1 Knights of Col. 30 18 Newell's Imple. 30 18 Railriders 26 22 B. O. Am. Legion 25 23 B. O. Plumbing 21 27 R-K Drugs,, 12 36 High Individuals, 3 games: Tom Cavanaugh, 518; Newelll Alexander, 500; George Cos and, 484. tligh Individuals, 1 game: Percy Oliver, 225; Newell Al- exander, 189; Verne Wesley, 184. MIDAS w 1 36-66 Service 271~ 201/~ R-K Sackers 27 21 I:irst Natl. Bank 26 22 ttodges Conoco 24~ 23~/,~ Jewell Co. Co-op 23 25 Citizens St. Bank 16 32 High Individuals, 3 games: Lyle Rightmeier, 576; Ralph Hamilton, 546; Don Fogo, 527. High Individuals, 1 game: Melvin LaRue, 235; Ralpn Hamilton, 221; Don Uzdill 204. HER-'~LES w 1 Ute Theatre 3117 Dr. Simon's 30 18 Speed Wash 25 23 Jensen's Texaco 23 25 Morris' Garage 22 26 Jewell Co. Record 13 35 High Individuals, 3 games: (tie) LaVerne Haegert and Jim Bell, 545; JohnPerdue, 512. High Individuals, 1 game: Butch Holdren, 203; Jim Bell, 202; (tie) LaVerne Stansbury and Eugene Clark, 199. FISH AND GAME NEWS Quail Season Opens Across Entire State Thousands of Kansas nim- rods enthusiastically tromped through thickets this past weekend in search of Kansas' finest tasting wild game bird. the bobwhite, as the 1966 quail season opened. Many of the hunters lured by countless numbers of bob- whites and by Kansas' most liberal quail season in recent years, were successful in their attempts to fill their daily bag and possession limits. Hunters in all areas con. firmed the Commission's forecast nf a "22 per cent in- crease in population levels or- I er that of 1965". The eastern one-third of the state provided the best hunter success but practically all arcas rot)erred good to fair hunting on open ing weekend. No estimate was made by the Kansas Forestry Fish and Game Commission on the numl)er el birds tmr\'ested o\ er the ~eel~end. but C, ommis sion personnel are expecting the total take for the entire season to climb past the 3 million mark. Last year 2.9 million birds were harvested during a 42-day season over: most of the slate. "l'hi~ vt';lr" the season runs throughJan uary 15 over the entire slat(, a total of 58 consecutive days. liunters are retain(led that the daily bag limit is eighl with possession limit ('onsist ing of 16. An UI)hmd (;ame Bi|'(I Stamp an(1 a valid K;m sas hunting license is required fo," all hunters hetwcea tilt' ages of 16 and 70. Pheasant Take Increases 19 % Over 1965 Thousands of pheasant hun tars lut'ned the ol)ening week end of the 1966 pheasant hunt ing season into one of the most su(,cessfu] openings in recent years ac('ord/n,~z to da ta compih,d by the Kansas }eoresh'y, 1,'ishand Game Commission. Dave Coleman, chief of the game division for the Commis sion, said today that 7,950 hun tars checked by game biolo ~ists at seven cheek stations bagged a total of 14,890 ring- nee'ks for a 1.87 birds per hunter average durin~ the DO ening weekend in Zone two. "This represents a 19 per' cent increase over that nf 1965." Last year nimrods averaged 1.57 birds per hunh,r while in 1964 I)hensanl hunters posl- ed a 1.40 birds pc," hunter average. The most successful nimrods this year were those who spent both Saturday and Sunday in the field. Of the 7.950 hunters checked, 6,093 hunted on both days and bagged a total of 13,349 pheasants for a 2.19 av erage per hunter. "The one-day hunters were less successful", Coleman sta- ted. A total of 1,451 hunters who hunted only on Saturday averaged .85 bird per man with 1.233 total pheasants bag gad. Sunday bunters had even less success with a .76 bird 3er hunter average. A total of 308 birds were I)a~g, ed I).~ the 407 Sunday only hunters. The check stations were h) cated near Alexander. WaKee- ney, Codell, Beloit. Mankato Larned and Cunningham. The Alexander station had the best average for weekend hunters with a 2.61 average followed I $P4C[ FO00 FOR A THANKSGIVING MEAL ON A SPACE FLIGHT THE TRADITIONAL TURKEY COULD NOT BE SERVED ON A PL WILL HAVE TO Be ..... A TI"ER. FOOD TUBE FORCIB.~, .~f~au~EZED FROM CAusE IN A av~tr-I.REf SHIP NOTHING WILL HAVE ANY WEIGttT. FOOD NOT IN CONTAINERS WOULD FLOAT. ~e in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST 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 Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.DJ.C. Since 1933 ESTABLISHED 1888 ] I I I I closely by Larned's 2.42 aver- age. lh'aviest art'as ef l)heasant kills centered around irrigated lands while soil bank lands aud other patches of heavy weed and ff, rass COVer also produced abundant numbers of JJhCasants As tlstlill hunting success \~,;Is slJo|ly but some eoun lies ]'Cl)O]'le(l g:ood hunter suc- cess. Counties leading the way were Pawnee, Phillips, Jewell. Nort(m, l,ush, Ford, Decatur an(I Grant. (~'olenlan said that one Of fhe HIOSl outstanding I'('aturesl of Ill{.' (qJcning V/its lilt, bag- n:ing of young birds. Accord- ing to preliminary data gath ere(l by biologists the ratio of ~()ung 1o old birds bagged ran approxinmtely 5 to 1. "This qllh!;I;lnl tales our e;n'ly rel)orts ,)1' :l Koo(t h:,teh this year," C.oleinan slated. "This indi- (ales that ~e will go into the wintc, r with young hreeding stock and ;It the sanle time provides optimism for the 1967 K;qnsus phellsant hunting sea- SOil." The pheasant hunting sea- son which opened Saturday Nov. 12 in Zone 2 remains op en through Nov. 27 then opens ;u~ain 1)ec. 17 and runs thr,,ugh ,laD. 8. lu Zone 1 tim se;ison will open Nov. 19 and run through Nov. 27, then opens again on l)ec. 17 and runs through Jan. 8. Zone l is that portion or the st;fit,, the west boundary of which is U. S. t/ighway 81 mid the south and east boundary of which in Inter- slale Highway 70 from the Missouri line west to the in- tersection nf 1-70 and State High~ay K 177, thence south along K-177 to ils junction with U. S. Ili~hway 77, thence south ahmg U. S. 77 to its junction with the Kansas-Ok- lahoma boundary, The daily bag limit for Zone 2 (that portion of the slate west of U. S. tlighway ;ll) is thr(,e eta(ks while in Zone one the daily bag is 2 cocks. Possession limit in both zones consists of two days hag limit. First Half Of Duck & Pheasant Season Will Close November 27 Kansas hunters are relnind ed by the Kansas Forestry Fish and Game Commission that the first half of the sea- son for l)heasants, ducks COOls ~111(1 mergansers will ch)se at sundown Sunday, No\,. 27. Duck hunters will wait 12 days before the second half of the duck. coot and merganser season opens on Dec. 1O. The second half of the split scas~,)n will close at sundo~n. Jan. 2. Pheasant hunters will have a little longer waiting period as the second half of the split pheasant hunting season will not ol)en until Dec. 17. The second half ('loses Jan. 8 Cub Pack Meeting The November Pack Meet- ing theme was "Space". Re- creation was led by Den 1 .... Den Mother Kay Elkins Each Cub Scout was given a piece of paper with which he made a glider, The Cubs took turns throwing their gliders at a basket, Virgil Beougher led the group in a gmne "A I Frontier Thanksgiving." Den 4-Keith Hamilton Marty Raf- lerty, Was Alexander, Mark Blew, and Ricky Blair- dis- played outer space masks and achievement projects. Den 1- Roger Rightmeier, Stephen El- kins. Martin Neeper and Jer- ry Harder dressed up in card- board space suits Den 2-- Duane Beougher, David Mc Cammon, Roy Wakefield, Ri- chard Bartholomew and John Huntsi~ger showed plastic mo- del airplanes and banks. The Attendanae Lantern was giv- en toDaY' 2. Den 2 and Den 4 wene tied in attendance al~ this pack meeting but as Den 4 had received the honor several months ago, the Lantern was awarded, to Den 2. Awards were presented to the following Cub Scouts and~ parents: Martin Neeper, weir badge and gold arrow; Dar- rell Beougher, bear badge, gold and silver arrows; Mar- ly Rafferty, bear badge; Du- ane Beougher, lion badge, gold and silver arrows: David Mc- Cammon, silver arrow; Ricky Hancock, four silver arrows; and Mark Blew. silver arrow. The next pack meeting will be Dec. 15. The December Leaders' Meeting will be on Tuesday Dec. 6 in the base- men( of the Community Build- ing. A card nf thanks was presented to Mrs. Ray EIkins. Den 1 Den Mother Mrs. Pearl Stephens is going to be the new Den Mother for Den 1 Pack 36 has met its goal of six new Cub Scouts. A Certifi- cate of Recognition was pre- sented to Cubmaster Vernon L. Hamilton at the Roundtable Meeting Nov. 15. THANK YOU ESTHER N. RICORD Esther N. Ricord of 1006 E. 9th Ave., Denver, Col(). (lied at the St. Anthony Itospital on Nov. 1, 1966. Funeral services were held at the Drawing Room, Spear Blvd., at Sher- man Nov. 7, 1966. Burial in Fort Logan National Ceme- tery, Denver, Colo. Esther, daughter of Albert and Julia Foster Rose, was born in Callendonia, Ia. June 16, 1887. She was married to W. A. Ricord in. Golden, Colo. Nov. 5, 1919. She was a mem- ber of the Presbyterian Church and the Ladies Auxil- iary V.F.W. Mr. Ricord died in 1942 in Denver, Colo. Survivors include: five sis- tei's, l~yra (Rose) Jones, New Camt)r.ia. Me.: Vera (Rose) Stevick, Colfax, Wash.: Sylvia (Rose) Johnson, Denver Colo.: Opal (Rose) Chilcott, Beloit, Kans.; Lucille (Rose) Montgomery, Saugus. Calif.: two brothers, Clyde Rose, Bur- bank, Calif.: Ralph Rose, Mc- Allen. Tax.: a brotherdndaw C. A. Ricord. Beloit. Kans.; and many nieces and nephews. Jewell County Council Cold eider and home made doughnuts! No it wasn't a Halloween party, but the re- freshments served by the Odessa 4-H Club at the Oct. 31 meeting. The Jewell County Council meeting was called to SALE RINf I of this year -Joy Kindler, Dale Switzer, Jr. and Mrs. ttarold Beam, Sr. Tim business agen da was mainly concerned wilh the coming 4 It Achie\'ement Banquet, to be held Nov. 5. Election of officers for the ne.v year followed the busine:~ meeting. They are: ,Jalnes Lamb, president; Ricky Belief, vice-president; Charh)tte lh)r. ger, secretary treasurer: Tar ry Voboril, reporter .The~c new officers were then given, the "oath of office". The meet- ing adjourned. --Terry Voboril, Reporter. Mankato American Legion Auxiliary The auxiliary of the Ameri- can Legion Harry E. Everest Post 115 met Nov. 15 wi~h 12 members attending. Ruby l)a vis, president, called the m(,el ing to order. The meeting ,.~;', : opened with prayer by t"~a:: ces Walker in the absen,(' o; our chaplain, Alice Raff(,rl,x followed by the flag s:l]uh,. The National Anthem was sun;~ followed by the Prealnl)le r(' peated by out' meml)ers. Roll call was aaswered and Edna Walker, secretary, read the minutes of the last nmetin,~ I wish to express my sincere appreciation to the voters of Jewell County for the fine vo e I received in the 1966 election. EMMA KIBBE REGISTER OF DEEDS III I ;which were approved as read. Lela Lamb gave the treasur er's report. Cards h',ve been mailed to our sick. The (h,]lar bills will be mailed h) Winter General Hospital and we have lap robes and carpet rags to be mailed. The robes are made of wool p:eces and lined wilh outin~L tied and are attra('tive a'~ well as warn], Mary Vao Meter gave the song of (he month "Day is l)ying in the WesF'. The Armistice I)ay I)ot luck was well attended with Mrs. Vachel Crawford Mrs. l,ola Weseman of Has tings, Nebr. spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. Guy Robbins, and Mr. Rob- bins. The Robbins took her to her home in Hastings on Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Max Berry, (~(,rdo,L Wade and Joe[ spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wybern Berneking and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zipse have bccu having the mumps. We received the sad word Tuesday evening of the death of Miss Katharine Zipse of ,h'well. She was loved by ev- eryone. We attended her fun-' eral on Friday afternoon at ,h'~ell. Then on Wednesday ev- ening we received the sad '~,u'd of another of Vachel's c,usin's death, t)aul Conley, of I,incoln, Nebr. The Chcscbro Club met with Mrs. Ira Lea Payne this past Thur,,,day. There were 11 mere- I:,,rs and one guest present. The afternoon was spent visit ing and with our own work. A h)vely program was presented by Vivian Payne. A delicious lunch was served by the hos- tess. ()ur next meeting will be in three weeks. Mrs. Karl Kissinger helped hcr molher, Mrs. Earl John- son, celebrate her birthday on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Anna Wolfe was also present. Mrs. Clifford Vetter enter- tai~:ed the Study Club in her honle Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Craw- ford, Mr. and Mrs. Max Berry and boys, Mrs. Kate Surier and Mrs. Emma Crawford ]were all dinner and Mrs. Jack Smith day to help Max birthday which is Nov Mr. and Mrs. Fred visited her Myron Stay, in the Concordia on Whitemound E. H. U, Whitemound LE t the home of Mrs. Blew Nov. 17. The m gan with a poem re~ president, Pearl ]lat call, "Happiest TI anl was answered by 10 and two visitors. notes from Nellie Agnes Gastley were advisory report Lucille Frost and was teresting. The lesson~ given by Lucillej Arts and How It All We appreciated this wonderful lesson, of officers was held as President, Betty President, Pearl retary, Norene Die(Z; surer, Nina Beam; Merle Paxson. The journed to meet DeC, Mrs. Claron Paxso~~ p. m, with installati0~ cars. This will be mas meeting and members will be lovely lunch was the hostess. Mrs. --Merle Paxson, Cawker Dear Mrs. Boyd, Please send the Record to Box 269, City, Kans. We week from Arnold, really enjoy the would like to keep tip local doings. My doing welding at here, and likes it real~ Sincerely, Edna I. We will sell the following land to the highest bidder, Jewell County, at the Courthouse in Mankato, Kans. at 1:00 160 Acres level to rolling land located 4 miles south on highway state line and 6 miles west of Superior, Nebr. This land is and rolling, has an old set of improvements, 39 acres of planted which the purchaser will receive one-third of harvested crop. 29 acres mile and balance grass. Legal description NW of See," T-l, R-8 West, Jewell County, Possession March 1, 1967. Terms: 10 percent day of sale and balance March 1, 1967. Sold to tenants rights. Approximate|y lS5 acres of level to rolling land, located 7 miles with WflODBIIII'$ IIAT and MOILS[ ttEI Safe - Economical - No Bait Shyness - Effective! NOW AT THESE SPECIAL LOW, LOW PRICES of Northbranch, Kansas on Jewell County and Smith County line. land lies in a L shape, described as lots 1-2-3 and the NE of the and the NW of the SE of Sec. 18, T-1 W, R-10 N. Purchaser receive one-third of planted wheat and possession March 1, 1967. Terms: 10 per cent day of sale and bahnce March 1, 1967. Sold to tenants rights. 7 lb. bag 3.49 3 lb. bag $1.69 Get It Now At... I 1 lb. $.79 * ,e A. H. Kottmeyer, Weltmer, Weltmer, & Auctioneer Attorneys