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I JEWELL COUNTY RECORD ] kate, Doris Jean and husband, ]George Jacobs, Ft. Collins, Colo., Nelson and wife, Mer- [na, Formoso, and Betty and ]husband, Wayne Webber, Spo- . : kane, Wash. One son, Lee, RATE CARD NEW HOMES for sale, finane- bkplay Advertlsin ing available. Richard E LOCAL HOME OWNER can munity Church with Rev. Ja-, Moisture is much needed in was killed in action in World assume small payments on rues German officiating. In- this area. War I1. There are also 16 $1.05 per coh~ inch. Burns. 28if first Quali~y Piano - Full War- terment was inElmwoodCem- Mr. and Mrs. HaroldMoh- grandchildren and 18 great- rarity. Call or write Hays Music etery, Beloit. ler were weekend guests of grandchildren. Mrs. Keeler Frequency anlvolume dis- TYPEWRITERS and adding Co., Inc., 710 Main, Hays, KS Brian, CraigandJeffClark Mr. and Mrs. Ketth Hoard and has been in Jewell County count rates available machines for rent. Supply 67601. Ph. (913) 625-3418. 34t3 stayed with their grandpar- family of Oxford, Neb. Hospital for a few weeks for upon request, limited. Good condition. Rental observation and treatment and Classified Advertising:applies on sale price. Royal ...... ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ----'---- 5c per word 1st insertion, electric and manual machines HAY FOR SALE: Prairie hay Clark, last week while their FORMOSO BOWLING NEWS while hoping to be released $1.00 minimum charge, and new electric adders with in big bales. Mile stover in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Don't look now, but I do soon, the family is planningno ~c per word each addition- subtraction. See at the Record JD 200 stacks. Herb Jeffery, Clark, made a trip to Har- believe those men are still reception at this time, but the al week; 75c minimum, office, Mankalo. 28tf 587-3645. 35t2" lingen, Tex., for a visit with showing off. There goes Ri- Keelers would enjoy cards and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.chard slipping up to the 200 letters from friends and rel- Classified Display: $1.00 AI~ALFA HAY foe" sale. ~ FOR SALE: Overhead garage Wendell Intermill. Club. Oops[ He almost got his atives. They have always been per inch. . door. Call Raymond Wake- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sorick nose caught in the door, as a very interested and vital 20Cclassifiedcharge fOrads.billing /or 33t3*Putman' 725-3303, Esbon. field. 34t2" of Oklahoma City, Okla.,spent with a 199, had thedoer slam- part of the community and ev- the past week at the home of reed in his face. Carl has a eryone extends them congrat- Card of Thanks FOR SALE: 1973 Chevy Blazer. Form0$o her brother, Mr. and Mrs. cat that swallowed the canary ulattons and best wishes. °~l Memorials: Low mileage. Cliff Si]sby~ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meis $1.00 Junior Stafford, and Susan. On look on his face as he finally lk try: Mankato. 34t3" Waunita Weir Saturday afternoontheSorlcks overcomes those few elusive and Brian, Hays, were over- 10c per line HOUSE FOR RENT: Harry Mr. and Mrs. EdgarIsaac- and Mr. Stafford called on pins. Yes, there he goes into night Saturday guests of her ..... Wilbeck, 308 N. Commercial, son spent MondayandTuesday their uncle, Mr. and Mrs.the 500 Club. Us girls! We're parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sales tax collected on all Phone 378-3936. 33if visiting Mr. and Mrs. Art John Magnusson, and acousin, still the wallflowers. Holdren. Mr. and Mrs. David Sttbscriptions in Kansas. The Barker and family at Hold-Mrs. Velma Flott, Superior, • Now to get down to the Wilcox and Jenni, Jewell, were Price (including tax): $6.18 WANTED: A receptionist and redge, Neb., and Mr. andMrs. Neb. While here the Soricks facts. The Weirdoos paced supper guests Saturday eve- year in Jewell and the a cbairside assistant. Will Max Schmidt and family at also called on Mrs. Theresa close behind the Mudville ning. s~rrounding counties; $7.73 train. Apply to Dr. M. D. Pet- Minden, Neb. Howell and family, Mr. and Three for the past three Miss Zella Slaughter paid ~J~where in Kansas. erson. 35t2 Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Mrs. Harry Higbee, Mrs. weeks, decided they had had calls to see Mrs. Neva Cole ING HOGS at Superior ATTN.: MANKATO, RAND. Hughes, Mrs. Astrid Hails Wauneta Weir and Mrs. enough mud slung in their and Mrs. Cecile Gardner on g Market - 6 days a week, ALL, MONTROSE, FORM- and Mr. Glenn Gertson were Maude Howland. On Monday faces. They streaked past them Tuesday. a.m. to 12:00 noon. Nov• OSO, ATHENS. AVON CAN Tuesday evening dinner guests they called on her aunt, Mrs. with a 1365 as they tallied a Miss Margaret Balch of Mar. 1, 9:00 to 12:00 and HELP YOU fight inflation with of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Watson. Minnie Stafford, at the Jewell 1271. It's Richard Watson Concordia was a Sunday guest to 3:00 p.m. The Butlers, excellent ear on quality Mrs. Mary Jane Isaacson, County Hospital, Mankato.highWaVingscorethe blueof aribb°nsinglef°rgamethe of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Balch. Nebr., 879-3660. 13tf products. Interested? Call 587. took her son, Duane, to Salina Mr. and Mrs. Chet Gru- Congratulations to Mrs. 3493. 33t3 Wednesday where he left by baugh, Clay Center, E-3 John with his 199. Dale Switzer Ethel Jacobsen who celebrat- rides the rumble seat with a ed her 87th birthday January RENT OR SALE. Walk- , plane for Costa Rica to serve and Mrs. Crowner and son,191. With three good games~ 21. In observance of the day ~rs, crutches, ~lchairs, OPPORTUNITY to get ahead, with the Peace Corps for two Ft. Riley, and Mr. and Mrs. ~es. Mankato Pmfessfonnl Mature company represe~]t- years. Mrs. Bruce Howland Larry Stafford and Shelly of Carl Studer totals a 517 for the following friends and rel- mrmacy. Phone 378-3142. latf ing a nationwide manufacturer, accompanied Mrs.Isaacsonon Durant, Okla., were Saturday high series honors. Again it's atives took Mr. and Mrs. Ja- now biting in Mankato area. the trip. High income, complete tra - Mrs. Minnie Stafford is afternoon coffee guests of Mr. Dale receiving secondary hon- cobson to the Buffalo Roam Land AL-ANON at rag, tast .aavancemem.ana ore- a oatient in the Jewell Count,, and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Sr. ors with a 505. Wednesday noon for lunch. ocandia, Ks. For further In-~ er bemefzts for the right per- "'o~i a ...... e i ~ Coffee guests on Friday wereA look at the ladies sheets Those attending were Mr. and tion call: 374.4462; 794- son. For confidential informa- sp t l, ManKam, une ng Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goedall and and we see the Strikers May- Mrs. Marr Dempsey, Jewell, ~; 527-2125; 527-5095; 335- tion call 402-879-4144 between 1 treatment for a heart ailment. Miss Susan Stafford. be still riding high astheyde- Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Demp- 25ff and 6 p.m. 35t2 Mrs. Georgia Stafford, 75, Mrs. Wilmur Bouray of mand the high series withtheir sey, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ful- ~ passed away on Tuesday, Jan- Hardy, Neb., and Mrs. Golda i315. The Wholly Rollers lerton, Norton, Miss Ethyl ME for any Shaktee I WILL NOT BE responsible uary 20th. She had been in ill Doxon, Jewell, were Sunday finally see the light of day as Dempsey, Miss Anna Ander- _. ucts, which consists of for any debts other than my health for some time. SUr- afternoon visitors at the home they emerge from the bottom son, Mrs. Wayne Dempsey and cleaning products, cosmet- own Lyle Baskins• 35t3 rivers include two daughters, of Mr. and Mrs. Elven Leece. of the pile with a 12430 Janice Heather, Mrs. Jane Murray, , and food supplements." ...... ............. Mrs. Theresa Howell, For- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clark,Peters totals a neat 402 to Mankato, Mrs.VeraDempsey, stand in the spotlight for in- Formoso, and Mrs. Madeline mership available. EdithFOR SALE: John Deere 18' moso, and Mrs. ShirleyPolok, Formoso, and Mr. and Mrs.dividual high series. It'sVera Sills. The group spent the af- ~affy~378~ ..... ~"49t~ . heavy.d~y sprir~g, tooth, pull Iuka, Ks., two sons, Mr. Lee Bob Matthews, Columbus, NSI type w/xom up wings, earner GNMENT AUCTION ev- • ~- c~'~°" of ~ -" Used Volker, Stafford, Ks., and Mr. Neb., were Sunday eveningReed at her side receivingthe ternoon visiting at the home All~"~'~ ........ e~y 2rid and 4th Mondays..... ^..h s~ ~ D~,~.~ al~ Lynn Volker, Burr Oak; two visitors at the home of Mrs. red ribbon with a 379. Asec- of Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Mur- ong round of applause forVera ray in Mankato. , ig wnen sN . welcome.. Contact402 .......... stelxlaughters, Mrs. Paul SUr- Mildred Kibbe and Brenda of as she accepts honors for her The community was sorry . orrxs Auction Co•, ( ) ~ tck, Oklahoma City, Okla.,Concordia. in Superior or Aaron D h o son ., and Mrs. aleT r n , 'ray, ~8-3~,4 Mankato 18if FOR SALE: Registered York- Mrs. Amelia Brewer andindividual roll of a 159. b to learn Mr. Hugh Cusic was -" ....... ~ ...........shire boars. Very reasonably Eagle Creek, Ore., four step- Mrs. Eva Zlmmer were twinkle away stands Maxine taken to Republic County Hos- x, .... ,~ ~,~,r,c ~ a priced. Please call for appoint- sons, Dorman Stafford, Van- Thursday afternoon visitors at Stnder showing a 158. pital, Belleville, Friday night. ~ur~ r~J r~o a~,, " 587 • -Mrs. Dale Switzer. He was in intensive care for a .................. ment. Ray SmRh, -4336, couver, Wasb , John Stafford, the home of Mrs, Florence area e, catt ~s-~z~t, L~eCc • * Mntro" " o---- se time but was able to be moved 'vice Max Smith, 794-2261. 35t4 Portland, Ore., James Sta - Soder. ~t~r~"Ka~"s ......16ti ford, Warren, Ore., and Z.C.Mr. Ivan Dunigan, For- from there over the weekend. ........ FIRST SATURDAY Flea Mark- S~afford, Formoso. Memorial moso, andMms:VlrginiaDurd= Mrs. Cusic and Fred have ?ERAL GOOD USED color . et, Burr Oak,MKane., F_eb.3, services were held Friday af- gan, Lawndale, Calif., have an- • Mrs. Edwin tleldrn been with him often. V sets 1969 solid state sw~v- e:~. am:- s_w p.m; .ra.ole ternoon at the Formoso Corn- nounced the engagement of Mr, and Mrs. Bill Mels • " ick's rent, ree anmmslon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler and Brian, Hays, called to see cabinet model. D2BE- talaSS,'~" rrllrnuv~,~'" "'-" ~o ,.,,-~,~-''~ f~on~,.,,..o munity ~Church" with ...... Rev. Ja- their daughter, Miss Ginny of Formoso will observe their m~d Good Food Don and Lon- rues t, orman omcmung. Lou Dunigan, to Mr. Richard 60th wedding anniversary next her grandmother, Mrs. Lulu ~e- D~ehl M~magers, Phone Graveside services and inter- Lee Stansbury, son of Mr. and Monday. Mr. Roy Keeler and Jacobs, on Sunday morning. SALE An 8x12 ch, 3 ' The Montrose United Me- es, an t: a 40-ft. TVP°rtower ...... 913-587-2736. ....... 35t2 ment t ¢ ,.dwas Saturday morning at Mrs. Laverne Stansbury, For- Miss Margaret Chilcott were ne 378-3742. 35t2" WANTEDpay cashTOforBUY:used Wemo~leWill ~'-M~ss" Jennifer Howland has beenm°S°'set.N° wedding date has havemarriedlivedFebruarYall their2' 1916,1ivesandon thodistenjoyed aChUrChcoveredC°ngregati°ndish dinner p returned to Hays to resume E-3 John and Mrs. Crow- farms near Montrose until re- at noon Sunday and in the af- ERIENCED, dependable homes and travel trailers. Bar- ,. ..... -' Fo"~ Ha- s St e • • • ner and son, Ft. Riley, were tiring to their home in For- ternoon Mr. and Mrs. Roy seeking farm work. Able teen Mobile Homes, 915 E. 6th ................ eln renair ~drm~,t or arty Concordia Kans 1-913-243-3879 uoHege xoHowlng a ws]r w~m Saturday supper guests of Mr. moso. They are parents of six Moore, Norway, showed slides • -,- --,--r ........ - .... • and pictures of a vacation er her parents, Mr and Mrs DOn alized farm work. Weld- 34t4 . . and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Jr., children, Don and wife, Ann, trip to Alaska they had en- experience. Phone 378-3785. Howland, and other relatives, and family. Towanda, Katherine and hus- joyed. Everyone had a most ~)R SALE" Like new, one 1ti Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth The Athena Jr. Women's band, Gordon Grimes, Man- 4-row rotary moukiboard Huber, Sr., were Monday col- Club is meeting each Tuesday ~ 278 NEEDS Bus Driver. planter with fertilizer attach- fee guests of his mother, Mrs. at Superintend- merits, $1600. One new John Hazel Higbee, Concordia. • 378-3102. 35t3 Deere 2-row rotary mouldboard Mr. and Mrs. John Mag- Experienced mech- for General Motors Deal- Retirement benefits, plan, paid vacations. of work for the right See Herm Eck at Be- Motor Co., Beloit, Kansas. 913 738-3511. 35ti US for your hydraulic needs. We make hos. ions with l We also in stock oxygen, acety- carbide, Victor welding torches, Lincoln machines, welding and accessories. Steel angles, channels and rayer pumps, hose, accessories. Also repair service. Steel stock racks. Gilmore- grain handling equip- Bulldozers for farm Mankato Welding Phone 378-3949. planter with attachments. One 60-bushel bin on wheels, three rotary feeders, onepig pal- ace, one 50.bushel seLf-feeder, three 85-gallon watere s, one 100-gallon summer pig/a terer, and two hog troughs. Jew- ell 428-3579. 35t2 Will continue 2 year warranty on all 1976 mer- chandise sold between now and January 3. Free pocket radio with purclmbe of Console or Portable Color TV. DICK'S TV MANKATO, KANSAS Phone 3784125 Located In Hotel Lobby nusson and Mrs. Velma Flott of Superior, Neb., were after- noon coffee guests Thursday of Mrs. Grace Tobias, Court- land. They were enroute home from Belleville where Mr. Magnnsson had a doctor's ap- pointment and the cast re- moved from his wrist. All are former Formoso residents. Mrs. Maude Howland has been dismissed from the Jew- ell County Hospital, Mankato, and is convalescing at her ~home in Formoso, under the care of Mrs. Marilyn Green. Mr. Orville James, 72, a retired farmer, passed away Thursday at the St. Joseph's Hospital, Concordla. He is survived by his wife, Mabel, of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Maxine Noah, Mrs. Dor- r is Kindscher, Beloit, and Mrs. Ila Lee, Bennington; and a son, Gerald, Beloit. Memorial ser- vices were held Monday after- noon at the Formoso Corn- and Thursday to work on the Bicentennial quilt. When com- pleted, numbers will be sold, and the quilt awarded to the lucky person at an open house to be announced at a later date. Proceeds will be added to the multi-parpose tennis court project. Mrs. Ethel Dunlgan spent from Thursday until Saturday visiting at the home of her dau- ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Decker. and family, Concor- dia. Mrs. Don Howiand droveto Clay Center on Wednesday to get her aunt, Mrs. Amelia Brewer, who is visiting in the Howland home and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Staf- ford and Shelly have returned to Durant, Okla., following a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodall, and his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. R. C. Stafford, and Susan and other relatives. One inch of snow fell inthis area during Saturday night. We are now associated with at Burr Oak. Contact us for Fertilizer, Chemicals, Seed, and Custom Applicaton. The Gates Family Richard Byron John 587-2505 587-4795 Dave Burr Oak, Kansas REAL Doctor 4 bed- Small house in Burr Oak. residence at 744 N. High. Two hookups In yard for trailer full baths. NcSw central homes. Very reasonable. and Shown by One story older home on 80 in Grant paved street. Good location that is all in pictured for a new home. Very low Ithas been in the Crop- price. Program for years. Modern two bedroom, one )ro~;ed 160 with 120 story home with basement. of well watered pasture 4 miles from MaP~Mo. of entire farm Jan. Contract with liberal Price reduced. : both cash and contract for unimproved cul- land. A new Mm'lette Modutsr home 3 bedrooms and I'A baths. mnd, poms- Will Imome Removal • Serving Mankato and Burr Oak For Service Call Collect 527-5070 CUSTOM OR FACTORY BUILT CABINETS UPHOLsTERY - FURNITURE REPAIR Bring in your Woodworking Problems. Ph. 878.8855 Dedicated To Those We Serve. • Phone Night or Day: 378-3211 Mankato, Kansas EUNICE HUGHES Area Representative Phone 378-3760 Mankato PALMER BROTHERS GRANITE COMPANY HOLDREGE. NKBRASKA 915-4477 Thursday, Jan. 29, 1976 Page 7 - Sect,ion 2 pleasant day. Other guests of of RUBY HAYF~;, Deceased. the congregation, besides the NOTICE OF t{EARING Moores, were Mr. and Mrs. The State of Kansas to DOn Hurd, Mr. and Mrs. Tay- All Persons Concerned: lor Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Brad You are hereby notified Keeler, all of Formoso, Mr. that a petition has been filed and Mrs. Karl Kissinger, in said court by Thelma F. Jewell, Mr. Ronnte Rothchild, Lyons, an heir of said dece- Beloit, and Miss Karen Kel- dent and part owner of the logg, Smith Center. herein described property, Mr. Jim Balch is present- asking the court to determine ly assessing the residents of the heirs of the decedent and Washington Township. He is to determine the descent of at Jerry Kinsey's office, the the following described real old post office, through the property in Jewell County, week. Kansas: Mrs. Leo Jacobs and Re-AN UNDIVIDED ONE- ger visited Mrs. Lulu Jacobs HALF INTEREST IN: Sunday afternoon. West Half of Southeast Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ful-Quarter (W 1/2 of SE lerton, Norton, were overnight 1/4) of Section Twenty- Wednesday guests of Mr. and two (22), Township One Mrs. Forrest Dempsey and (1) South, Range Nine girls in Formoso. On Thurs- (9) West; day Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton and of all other property, real were guests of Mrs. Madeline and personal, and interests Sills at the Buffalo Roam for therein owned by Ruby Hayes noon dinner. Others attending in the State of Kansas at the were Mr. and Mrs. 3.. R. Ja- time of her death, and asking cobson, Miss Anna Anderson the court to assign the same and Miss Ethyl Dempsey. to the persons entitled there- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sorick to, as of the date of death of of Oklahoma and Mr. Junior the decedent, subject to any Stafford, Formoso, called to lawful disposition thereof see Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills heretofore made. Saturday. The Suricks were You are hereby required to here to attend funeral services file your written defenses for Mrs. Georgia Stafford of thereto on or before February Formoso, st~p mother of Mrs. 20, 1976, at 10:00 A.M. of said Sorick and Mr. Stafford. day in said court in the City Sunday dinner guests of of Mankato, Kansas, at which Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Holdren time and place said cause will were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meis be heard. Should you fail and Brian, Hays, Mr. and Mrs. therein, judgment and decree Walt Holdren, Becky, Rex- will be entered in due course anne and Crystal, Belleville, upon said petition. and Mr. and Mrs. David Wll- THELMA F. LYONS, cox and Jenni, Jewell. Petitioner. After several days of ATTEST: Jack D: Bradrick, "June in January~, almost, (Seal) Probate Judge. through last week, a little Weltmer, Weltmer snowstorm and cold weather & Weltmer have us back to normal. Sure Mankato, Kansas 66956 was nice while it lasted. Attorneys for Petitioner. The many friends and rel- atives of Mr. Phillip Fuller- ton were happy to learn he was released from the hospital early last week and is recu- perating at home. His address is: 263 Garland Dr., North- glenn, Colo. 80233. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collins, 775 W. Dartmouth, Englewoed, Colo. 80110 writes as follows: Nutrena Enclosed is a check to re- new our subscription to your CAIILE paper. My husband is from there and really enjoys read- ing your paper. FEEDS witl Record Classifieds Bring "- .UM NS!N (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, Jan. 29, the new eed-sa i g 1976) 3t case No. additive! 1N THE PROBATE COURT Adding Rumensin to the OF JEW'ELL COLRNTY, Nutrena beef supple- KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate ment cut feed cost per ....... 100 Ibs. of gain by STEEL BUILDINGS' FACTORY SALE Distressed Steel Prices LIMITED OFFER! 30 x 48 • $3,390.00 I 40 x 66 STRAIGHT WALL $5,490.00 OTHER SIZES AVAILABLE GENERAL MFG., CO. 5408 Mohawk Fairway, Kansas Call (913) 831-1330 Collect 7 Days a week. I ]11 $4.81 - in Cargill research! Cattle averaged 14.3% less feed per 100 Ibs. of gain. SEE US NOW FOR NUTRENA CATTLE FEED WITH RUMEN- SIN- RESEARCH- PROVEN WAY TO USE THIS NEW ADDITIVE RIGHT! "Rumensin (monsenin sodium- trademark, Etanco Prod. Co.) JOHNSON & PLATT Burr Oak - Ph. DENNIS ROESTI, Salesmau • " Ph. $S7 I1 I / I II IlL1 Full Line of '76s In Stock! 1975 Monza Town Coupe 1974 Impala 1973 Impala 4-Door 1968 Chevrolet 4-Door 1968 Pontiac 1967 Camaro 1973 GMC Ton 1972 El Camino - V-8, automatic 1971 Sprint - V-8, automatic and air I Ill III I I III I IIIII !il