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S LEAGUES CLASSICAL LEAGUE W L Bowl 47 21 Chevrolet 43~ 24~ Drug Store 38 30 December 26, I Miohael G. Mohler ran into a tele- Wl l phone pole. ~o injuries. $150.00 B0wling At Ranch B0MaIlkat0 ,to car- (Games Through Friday, Decembe 20) I I~c. 20, 5:20 P. ~., in Ma~kato, I Lin~a A. NoUer and Jaunita Coff- meier, 207; Gerald Ault, 206. man collided. No injuries. $300.00! ~VIerchants 32 351/2 28 39 County Record 14 53Y2 Individuals, Three Games: Uzdifl, ~50; ~Io~solete Tru- Vera Seirer, 440. Individuals, Single Game: 172; Vera Seirer, 171; Stroup a~# Glerma 162. ~JESDAY SIX LEAGUE W L Green, house 41 27 Gas & Oil 39 29 S~andard 38 30 Union Elevator 34 34 Electric 27 41 Bank 25 43 ~ls. Three Games: 493; N~axine Walker. Bradrick, 468. Individuals, Single Game: Walker. 1@1; Fai,th Stroup, ; Faye Ouellette, 173. l~gl]DAY NIGHTERS LEAGUE W L County Co-op 42 26 Drug Store 41 27 Motor Ports 34 34 'B~u ,Ins~ 32 36 Wash 28 40 Serv4ce 27 41 Individuals. Three Games: p~a 440. Mcnsolete Trubey, Grout, 430. Individuals, Single Game: Trubey, 174; Veto Seir- 164; (.tie) Nyla Berg and G~'out, 156. COFFEE LEAGU~ W L 32 24 Pins 30 26 29 26 29 27 24 32 23 32~ Individuals, Three Games: Wheat, 441; ~orma Kiehl. Gertrude Burks, 419. Individuals. S/n~'le Game: Hawkins, 167; Rosa 165; Louise "Magrmss~, MEN'S LEAGUES ATLAS LEAGUE W L ~ard 46 22 Bank 38 29 34 34 Bank 30 38 28 4o I 27 4O Individuals. Three Games: ~ne Haegevt, 584; Lyle Ri~ht- Gerakl A, ult 551. Single Game: a~ne Haegert, 209; Lyle Ri.g~t- 1, +=-~- ~ " :~ -'* t ++ s== ~ o~l/ +::~ --~* .. ' : '-~ + L~t t V; .:::+:+i " :~ .... +, + , : ~ y. '+::++ T~ -~+!5 @ ::;:++ ~'~+~ " 77Z):., +, : ~t,, " "~":?:,h-~:. ~. ,+. POLARIS LEAGUE W L American Legion 46 18 V. F.W. 40 24 1Vhnkao Feed and Seed 28 32 MeCanhys 27 33 Gambles 25 39 H:_~I~ Construction 22 42 High Individuals. Three Games: John ~Iorris, 563; Gerald McAtee. 524; Gene Meeker. 499. High Individuals, Single Game: John Morris, 210; (tie) Gerald h~c~tee and Gene "Meeker, 187. REDSTONE LEAGUE W L Waugh &as & O~1 52 16 L & B Electric 38 30 Kramer Ft~ni~ure36 28 Swope 31 37 l~c,gaarts 28 40 Debus Bakery 15 49 High Individuals. Three Games; D~ Fogo, 508; (tie) Toby Kmmer a~l Clarence Loornis, 492. High Individuals, Single Game: Lawrence Roe. 199; Toby Kramer. 193; Lester .Broyles, 190. ASTRONAUT LEAGUE W L Misf~t~ 43 25 NeweRs ~VIobi,1 42 25 Burr O~k la~umbin~ 33 34 Hale Drug Store 32 36 Knights of Coltu~ms 27 ~1 Mid-West Lbr. 26 42 High Indivi&tals, Three Games: JaCk Morris, 529; Lyle Righ~eier, 524; Er~ci~,le Lewis, 516. High Individuals. Single Come: Enciile Lewis, 208; Lyle P~:gh- meier, 206; Joe Reinert, 197. MIDAS LEAGUE W L JeweH4MRcheil Electric 46 21 First Na,tion, al t~,~r~ .k 35 33 Kiers Grocery 34 34 Loves C~fe 34 34 Jewelt County Co-op 32 35 Seems B~ber S~)p 22 46 High Ir/dtviduals, Three Games: Heddem, 515; Ralph Hmnil- ton, 504; Lyle Rig~tmeier, 500. High Individual& Single Game: Jack Wa'ldron, 199; (tie) Ralph Hamilton and (~aeb.H.anson, 195. HERCULES LEAGUE W L Jemell County Record 39 29 Jemens Texaco 34 34 Speed Wash " 34 34 R0ys Chan~pl~ 33 35 Dr. Simon 33 35 Morris Garage 31 37 High Individuals, Three Gm'nes: Jim S~nsbury, 520; (tie) Oharles Harris and Sam G~ett, 488. High Individuals, Single Game: Charles Harris, 203; Gone Holdren, 198; Lyrm Hards, 195. JEWELL COUNTY COURTHOUSE NEWS I d~mage to each car. Dec. 22, 5:30 P. M., 3~/a miles Nyla Berg, Clerk ~f She local ]elecflve Service ~'d, reports: Fnysical E~amination Ca~l January 13, 1964 Lowell Jay CrR~ffLfield Paul Eugene Garst Wi,lti.am Daryl W~.~n Colonel C. Field Kenneth H~r~ard Schuster James Raymond Sibert Rons'Id Lee Burgess. Judge Byro~ Rogers issued mar- ria, ge ,licenses ~ the following: Dec. 18, Francis Bd~vard Polmn of M~rcus, Iowa, a~d K~hr~ An- nette Ar~ersen of Eslx~; Dec. 20, Jesse Sha~v and June Drake, both of O ",lir~n, Okla. County Treasurer Faye Ander- son reminds vehicle .owne~..o IBM oard ~ the state or pr _ registm+ion card with Shem wenen buying car and track ~gm Charlo~e Hm~on is acting as m,~-etary a~ the ,~.xtemion Of~'ce while Jean Mi$chdl is on Christ- mas vac~ti, oc. Dec. 16. 2:30 P. ~I.. 4~4 mkle~ north of J ewdl on H~B~ay ,1~ Olie C. Lovse~ af of his car m~d ran over a bank. ~1~ Tr~ll, ~o was rid- ing ~,th him, st~fered bruises. Damage to the vehicle was $600.00. Dec. 19, 5:15 P. "M., in Formosa, MERRY CHRISTMAS west of Manka~, A, Heyne Banks and Bobby Parsons collided..Mrs. Banks, Gary Banks and AniCa Wil- son suffered some cuts and bruises. Damage ~o Parsons pickup was $500.00 and to ~ car $1200.00. These motorists were cha~ged wi~ speeding by Trooper Cran- ston, and forfeited bond coverir~g $1020 fine and court costs: Todorau T. Terraria; Frank E. Morgan; Vic- tor G. Rose; Thressa L. Smythe; Harold E. Arnold: Fred M. Har~ Corneal Rupke; Patrick T. Ham- blm; Gary L. Mashis; Sylvester M. Combe; Clair Marshall; Carolyn A. Jones; Earl L. Spencer. John A. Weaver was charged with '~uning wit~5out a 1.icense by Game Pr~ec~r 'Merle Gary Hesk- et. Defendam plod gui,!y and paid $15.00 fine and court costs. James T. Grace was ch&rged on two counts by Trooper" Cranston: I, Speeding; II, No curren,t driv- er's license. Defe~dam plod ~uilty and paid $25.0~ fine on Coun,t I, $15.00 on Count II, and cou~t costs. I These motoris--~-were charged w~t~ speedirg by Tro~per Cran- ston, pied guilty, ,and paid court costs ~md ~ines as follows: Darrel E. Vail, $35.00; ~eryl F. Bran~, $10.03: DemOs ~, $I0.00; Ken- neth H. Hemmn, $I0.00; Roy Good- pasture, $10.00; Melvin F. Rader, $20.00; Darrell Leonard McHu~h. $10.00; Elmer F. Dicke, $25.00; Ru~dl L Henriksen. $10.00; Leren D. WalChers, $10.00. Newell Alex~xler, an eomplain of Stardey Cmmun, was eha~ged on two counts: I, Cruelty to at~imMs; II, Dismrbirg the peace. Defend- am pled guilty and paid $10.00 fine on caeh count and court cos~s. O~ice of GounCy ~-M.tendent: BEHOLD, 1 bring you good rid- i~gs of ,great joy which shall be to all people. For r~ you ~ ~ this day~a S~viour, Which is (~n'ist ~he Lord. Luke 2.q0-11. Visitors in our office the past week were Lyle Price, Adm., Mm-~kato Sdhools; Burton' M. Fomz, Burr Oak; Earl Sa~p, Es- bon; Ntis Floreli, Scandia; Byron Iwtermi.l~. Webber; Jack Byers, Burr Oak; ~Ylrs. Fattest D~ey, Formosa; m-~d Prin. ,Billy Warner, Burr Oak. o $ $ $ We visited the grade school building in Jewd~l, Tuesday, and sam a v~v/e~y offine Chrisln'ms scenery throughout the bui1~. We delegated our vi~i mostly to the ~mt grade and teacher, Mrs. Bormie ]~ff. I~ seemed that most of the students were near the same level. ~ were ell progre~inl n~cely. St~derrts are Mark Burrs Lefla CeM~m, James Olark. Shir ,ley Greene, Wi{li ,~n Griffe"h, De- mma Hastings, Dc-~s Hastings, Jayme ,Huff, ,Dennis Hutchinson, Nom~a Jean Shte, Anne Neill, James Sak~t. Larry Saint, Tammy S'late, LeneCte Smith, and Christy Clayeamp. In the evening we at- Cended the Jewe~,l Schools Chri~- mas program and it w~s the usual excellen per2ormanee slWavs ex- pected and atways accompl'shed Whenever Non.nan Walker is di- -""lllllll /, i i iI i i! i i fill if? ii i (? iii i' i i I i iI ~ ii~,i~ii~i: ~ii~ i ,, ii !) i i,ii i il,i i Jewel1 Co~Manksh~ Ks. tlm re.sa~oirs ~n ,the state trove only a ~ew remai~g. Gooee ~ml~t- ing success has been down co~- 'sid~rab~y on most reservoir public hun ".th~ areas wher~ compared with previous years. Hun~em interested in Caking geese before the dosing at sun- down on December 18 would prob- ab!y do we,~l ,to p~an a trip ,to the Cheye~,ne Bot~oms. Success at thi~ area is reported to be "Red Hot" with most hunCers getting a least some good opporturgies for shots. SQUIRI~L S~N CI.X~F_,S DEC~IBER 15 Commission Asks That Bands Be Sent In Now The Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission has reques~