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DECEMBER 22, 1966 3EWELL COUNTY RECORD MANKATO KANSAS PAGE 3B Watmita Weir and Mrs. Taylor Clark Thursday evening dinner in honor of their son, , Those present besides guest were Mrs. Ella Mrs. Gladys Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick, Elaine and Appleby, along group of ladies from attended a coffee morning at the care Fleming and Mr. lelt here Wed- morning for Tucson. a two weeks' visit and to look after matters. Ellsworth of Mankato SUnday afternoon visitor and Mrs. Chas. Doxon. Ella Patterson of was hostess to a ~arty Friday evening el-Villa restaurant in Guests were Mr. Taylor Clark and and Miss Elaine Pat- Formoso and Mrs. Clark of Courtland. Mrs. Lynn Volker have moved to the Greenberg proper- the east part of town. by Rev. James Valley Center, Kans. Mrs. H. G. Field and Mrs. Howard were Monday even- of Mr, and Mrs. of Jewell fur a pre- gathering of the Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Worick of Jewell al- so were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stafford of Mankato were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs, A. R. Kingsley. Harlow Watson is a surgical patient in the Belleville hospi tal. Mr. and Mrs. B. A Vie[d drove to Riley on Saturday and were overmght guests of t,h(,ir son. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Field. Mr. and Mrs. Wa,,ne Berne king and sons of Milford. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bassford and family of Beloit, and Mr. and Mrs. Wybern Bernekin~ mid family were guests Sunday nf Mrs. Esther Berncking for a pre-Christmas dinner and gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarokt Mnhh'r visited her brother. ()ran Ilyde of Court}and. on Saturday who Ds a surgical patient in the Belier[lie hospital. Mrs. Wayne Berneking, Mar tin and Brian of Milford were callers Sunday morning of Mrs. Georgia Stafford and Mrs. Theresa [lowell and .lira. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Field spent Thursday evening visit ing Mr, and Mrs. Bruce How- land and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fleming and sons. of Columt)us. Ga. Mrs. Letha Matter of Jewell was a Sunday afternoon visitor of her uncle, Mr. Homer Pa- ten. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Free of Courthmd and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark were coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bennic Free. Cindy and Becky follow- ing the Christmas program at the Formoso Community Church on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce How- land and Mr. and Mrs. Don Fleming and sons drove to Lawrence Sunday morning and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs H, onald Koehan and son. That, evening the Flemings left t or their home at Colum- bus, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lorimer and I)cbby ol Superior and Mr. and Mrs .John l,'ulh,r ()f Man kate were Tuesday evening utlests of MD'. and Mrs ttow ard Al)plehy for a waffle sup- i)cr honoring the birthday of Mr. Fuller. Rev. and Mrs. Paul E. Tern ph'. Naomi. Sharon and Steven entertained with a I)irth(tay Imrty at their home on Satur- day (,veninl~ n observance of the birthday of John S. Mag- mDsson Those present besides tide honor guest were Mrs. Magnus,;on and l)ah, anti .Jim Freeman nf Mankato. Follow- illg o IYlosl cn.ioyable evening the guests were served cake and fruit salad on poinsettia I)lates. ;)long with home made candy. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ross Sl)enl, Thursday evening at tide home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Dale H, oss and family, of Concnrdia, Miss l,nrel Temple, student at Taylor Un versity, Upland. Ind.. is expel:ted to arrive here Wednesday for a one-month Christmas vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Temple and fam- ily. Mr. an(t Mrs. Merle Spooner and family of Gayh)rd and Mr. and Mrs. "Frosty" C/egg and family of Beloit were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elza Miller. In the afternoon, the Spooners and Mike Clegg vlThe 1965 session of the Legislature of the St, ate of Kansas re- ded the personal property assessment laws. This has resulted in t asiderable confusion. We hope that this article will answer most the questions that ha,ve arisen. The new law on assessment of personal prol)erty 1)laces the en- burden and responsibility for filing an accurate and complete on the individual taxpayer, and provides severe 1)enalties for failure to do so at the proper time. The law no longer provides the assessor to come to the taxpayer. I'Ioweve,r, even under the new law, the County Commissioners and Clerk are still given discretion to provide certain assistance individual in making his return. Furthermore, an accurate will probably require some I)ersonal calls by the assesso,r. it has been decided that since the enumeration of resi- is of extreme importance to the County, both in the amount Sales tax apportioned to the county and in the reapI)ortionment the State House of Representatives, we feel that a house to house is of utmost importa,nce; therefore, we will be sending out assessors in all of Jewell County. The new law makes it the responsibility of the individual, not deputy assessor, to see that all of his prol)erty is listed for tax- and has provided much more severe penalties for failure or to do so. Also, there are m:andatory 1)enalties against indi- failure to submit his return to the assessor by March 1. The penalties are as follows: called on Mr. and Mrs, How- ard Russ. Mrs. Maude [lowland. Miss Sarah Baird. and Mrs. Laura Spiegel were dinner guests of Mrs. Ethel Clark on Tuesday. Mrs. Golda Doxon of Jewell was a visitor Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Doxon. Mr. and Mrs l)ml l,'leming al'ld SOilS Of Cnlumbus. Go.. Mr and Mrs. Bruce lh)wland and Mr, and Mrs. Clark tlow- land ;rod Terry were Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. l)onald llowlan(I and Jennifer for honle made ice cream lind cake in honor of ,lennifer's birth(la.~. Mrs. Vernic I,hnigh left t,'ri day to spend the holidays at tim home of her family, Mr'. and Mrs. Bud McGeary and datlgl)|.ers, of Wichita. The American l~e~ion Auxil iar3 held their regular husi ness meeting Friday afternoon at the Legion Hall. Mrs. l)ean Dewey, vice-president, presid- ed over tide meeting. A Christ- mas gift exchange was enjoy- ed, followed hy a nice lunch. with hostess. Mrs. Merle Dox- on and Mrs. Irene l'ark. Mrs. C]idra Breckencanlp en- tertained with a dinner party at her home on Wednesday. Guests wpre l,ev, and Mrs. Paul E. Temple, Mrs. Ftta Young, Miss l,'lorence Nelson, Miss Sarah Baird and Mrs. Margaret Gertson. Mrs. Alice Doxon was hos- tess to the Hawthorne Club on Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Shaw and Mrs, Minnie Stafford. The ladies en- ,joyed a race program and a gift exchange. The hostess served a nice lunch. The Mystic Circle Club met Thursday ;Dlltcrnooll aL the home of Mrs. ttelen Howland [or their annual Christmas party and gift exchange. Re- /reshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Elsie Shedden enter- to[ned the tIappy Hour Club at her home Thursday afternoon with a gift exchange and a nice lunch served by the hos- tess. Mrs. Maude ttowland. Mr. and Mrs. Don I-lowland and ,h'm|ifcr spent Sunday, l)ec. II. at the home of Mr'. and Mrs. I)on Ricek at Munden. Miss Delia Joerg was a call- er Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Higbee. Graves[de services for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tlenry Piper were held Saturday afternoon at the Balch Cemetery near Formoso with Rev. Paul E. Temple of- ficiating. Little Victoria Dawn was born Dec. 14 at the Belle- ville hospital and departed her short life on Dec. 15. Besides her parents, she is survived by a little brother. Larry John, her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Stansbury, of Formoso and Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Piper of Stromsberg, Nebr., great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Payne and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Stansbury. Out-of town relatives who were here for the SOl'Vice were: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Piper of Stromsberg, Nebr.; Mrs. Pat Nicklcs and Mrs. Harold Os- trander of Benedict. Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stansbury, Beloit; and Mr. and Mrs. Ver- non Quy and Margaret of Su- perior. A large crowd attended the turkey supper at the Masonic Hall for the Masons and Eas tern Star and their families. Joint installation ['ollowed the supper, With Stanley Ozmun of Mankato. Installin& Oflicer. and Beulah Howhmd. Formo- so O.E.S.. Marshal. the Eas tern Star officers were install- ed --Betty Howland, Worthy Matron: Don ],lowland, Wor- thy Patron: Elvie Knovalsky, Assoc, Worthy Matron; All'red Knowflsky, Asoc. Worthy Pa- tron: Agnes Balch, Secretary; Margaret Gertson. Treasurer: Ethel Clark, Conductress: Ver- nie Emigh, Ass()('. Condu(' tress: Beryl Jacobsen. Chap lain: Beulah llowland. Mar shal; Sarah Baird, Organist; I Stella Cunningham, Adah; ]tonga pastor, in Sioux Falls, Cleo Bhmding, Ruth; Clarice S. D. Curtis is a pre-med stu- Peteete, Esther: li:dna Hughes, dent at Southwestern State Martha: Mildred Reece, Elec- College of Weatherford, Okla. ta: l,ewis Recto. Warner: Fnrmoso folks are reminded Ralph Jacobsen, Sentinel. With of the 9:30-10:30 services at ' Don Robinette of Randall, In- stalling Officer, and Stanley OzmLm ,)1 Mankat,). Marshal. the A.F.A M. olficers were in stalled l,eo .la('ol)s, Worship lui Master: Nelson Kceler. St'. War(len: Ralph Spiegel, Jr. Warden: 1)onald llowland. Se- cretary; Ralph Jacobsen. Treasurt'r; Gerald Dempsey, Chaplain: AlfD'cd Knovalsk y, Sr. I)eacon; C, harlie Rnsscll, Jr. l)cacon: I,'rank llermann. Sr. Steward; Lewis Engle, Jr. Steward: Lewis H, eeee. Tyler. Curtis S|ein of Watonga, Okla. ~r;~ S I ] }~-~ overnighl guest of key. and Mrs. l'aul Temple TI)estla3 of la, ~eck. Curtis, a nleml)er of the church trey. Temple once pastored in Wa tonga, W;DS cnroute to a fun- eral for another former Wa | A Gocd Old Fashion Christ.ms to oil Ti tfl b ge, mes and s es c an composed of securitie~ m- leered for their p~miblliti~ of future GROWTH amt I~*, but our Christmas wishes , .. to you are toeless. MANKATO,66956KANSAS Res. Phone FR 8-3452 Registered Representative Columbian Securities Corp. ................................................. ~ ........................................................... } : : " 1: " : .................. Topeka, Kansas 6~603 "~{~ii}:i i~i::::ii: : i: i : .: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~:~% FumL Adds'-- the church on Christmas Sun- day. There is to be no Sunday School. The Community Church was well filled Sunday evening as tide Sunday School departments presented "Christmas Is a Miracle". under the direction of Mrs. Wybern Berneking. Mrs. Charles gamey Is h(Dme IroIrl the Belleville hos- pita/ where she spent several days last week. May the lights of t~a# joy always shine on y~tw luab. I r II TO OUR FRIENDS EVERYWHERE. Return submitted between March 2 and March 15 -- 10% March 16 and March 31 --- 20% April 1 and April 15 -- 30% After April 15 -- 50% Due to the fact that the assessor must complete his work in a raonth period, he will call on each individual residence only once. person is not at home at the time, the assessor will leave a notifying the taxpayer that he, the assesso,r, has been unable %ntact him and it will then be necessary for the taxpayer to con- the assessor. This card will also recite the penalties for filing return. i inee the new law also requires that all vehicles be listed for tax- before a 1967 license p la,te can be bought, you will receive a to fill out for your car rom the state. Assistance with this: will be provided at the Courthouse or by your deputy assessor. &ny further questions you may have should be directed to the Clerk at Mankato. 4} '~ L.! ': J CLIP THIS COUPON O THIS COUPON WILL SAVE YOU 15c Provided redemption is made in accordance with ~ ~ ON ANY ptTRC'Ha~E ~F ~rt'r'rv croxr | terms hereof. Coupons shall be accepted only ~j~ NEAL C. HARRIS, ~" ER TW ................ " with the sale of Kitty Clover Twin-Pak Potato "~ i,L Chmn., County Commissioner's ~/~ O IN-PAK POTATO CHIPS. i ...... ........ . ,; L&~ a. tm~ps, rot payment present tt to your r~ltty t~lov- w " [qq ,v m OFFER ENDS I er representative. Coupon may not be assigned or ~ o !!i~ . E. TULLAR, tuo. JAN 31, 1967 i transferred by you Invoice orovin~ ourchase of~"-~ i,~ E13i] ~ " -- ~" -- "t -- * County Commissioner ~ ~i ~ n- | Kitty Clover Twm-Pak Potato Chips to cover .~ ~ ~ u Mr. Grocer: Kitty Clover Div- coupons submitted for redemntion must be shown ~ ~ ~/~ RAY DIETZ, ~ ~ is[on of Fairmont Foods Co. i upon request. The consumer'must pay any sales~'~: will redeem this coupon for | tax involved. This offer void where ever restric- County Commissioner ' b- 15c plus 2c for handling.| ted.--KITTY CLOVER DIVISION, FAIRMONT ~ ~ ALVIN C. FALL, JR., Value 1/20e. | FOODS CO., OMAHA, NEBRASKAjre. , County Clerk an d Assessor W =o= E oo=o lSt % ~L g :, /i:!?: