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the transition school to college at ~al. Counselor and t Kansas from Man- School are. left to Cleveland. Duane counselor, and principal. 400 high school principals and counselors from 161 Kansas high schools attended the event February 19. In addition to meeting with their former students, officials attended a session on career planning and place- ment. Later they heard ses- sions on financial assistance and college costs. PLANNING SEMINAR in Beloit at the STATE BANK & TRUST CO. basement meeting room, March 18th & 19th -- 7:30 p.m. Come see how estate plarming can benefit you now and your family in the future. Same program presented each evening. Each session size limited. Call (913) 738-3501 Member FDIC DAR STATE CONVENTION Approximately 200 mem- bers of the Kansas Society of the Daughters of the Amer- ican Revolution will convene in Manhattan March 19-21 for their Eighty-Third State Con- ference. DAR sponsors numerous youth projects and these awards will be given out at the Thursday luncheon. These include, Outstanding DAR Junior Member, State winner and runner-up for the DAR Good Citizen Contest, Ameri- can History Essay Winners, Junior American Citizen win- ners and Scholarships. The winners and their parents will be guests at the luncheon. The opening business ses- sion will be Thursday after- noon with the State Regent, Mrs. Wallace R. Decker, presiding. A memorial service for the deceased members of the past year will be held Thursday afternoon in the chapel on the campus of Kansas State Uni- versity. The 64 Chapter Regents from across the state will be honored and give their reports at the Thursday night banquet. The report of the Desire Tobey Sears chapter will be given by Mrs. Ray- mond Lange, regent. BALDWIN FILTERS And WES'S AUTO SUPPLY Are Proud To Name AUTOMOTIVI: Jewell, Ks. Ph. 428.3500 YOUR FULL SERVICE BANK As A Dealer Of AGRICULTURE FILTERS Filters For All Your Implements oor Covering Sale save up To "ngton 20% Patterns We Have Your Golor, S le, Size and Price! Kentile 129 Patterns ID-WEST LUMBER KATO YARD Mr. Dean Armburst, Soil Scientist with Kansas State University, will brin$ a mes- sage on Conservation and Energy at the Friday Lunch- eon. The speaker for the National Defense Banquet, Friday evening, will be Dr. William Reals, Dean, Univer- sity of Kansas Medicine School - Wichita, and Retired Brigadier General of the USAFR. The final business session will be Saturday morning. The March of Dimes leads the fight against birth defects, the nation's most serious child health problem. A quarter of a million babies are born in the United States each year with birth defects. {First Published in Jewell Co. Record. Thursday, Mar. 12, 1981) 3t NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Public notice is hereby given to all qualified electors residing in the City of Formoso, Kansas, that a petition has been filed by the legal number of electors, asking for a vote on the proposition, "Shall the City of Formoso, Kansas, establish and maintain a City Library in and for the residents of the City of Formoso, Kansas, as provided in KSA 12-12207". This will be voted on at the City and School General Election which will be held on April 7th, 1981. The regular polling place will be used for this election. The polls at said election will be open on April 7th. 1981, to all qualified electors residing in Formoso, Kansas, between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. The ballot to be issued at said election will be sub- stantially in the following form. OFFICIAL BALLOT Shall the following be adopted? "Shall the City of Formoso, Kansas, estab- lish and maintain a City Library in and for the residents of the City of Formoso, Kansas?" To vote in favor of the question submitted upon this ballot, make a cross or check mark in the square to the right of the word "Yes" To vote against the question submitted upon this ballot make a cross or check mark in the square to the right of the word "No" By the order of Herschel R, Rhea, County Clerk, "County Election Officer", of Jewell County, Kansas. (Seal) HERSCHEL R. RHEA (First Published in Jewell Co. Record. Thursday. Mar. 12. 1981) 3t NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that the annual meeting of the County Board of Equalization of Jewell County, Kansas will be held commencing on the first business day in April, 1981, at 10:00 A.M. in the commissioners' room at the County Courthouse at Mankato, Kansas. The first session of the board shall be limited in length from the first business day in April to the last business day in April, during which time the board may adjourn from time to time as may be necessary, and at the expiration of the last business day in April. the board shall adjourn until May 5th, when it shall again reconvene for the purpose of hearing appeals from persons who have been notified by the county clerk of pending changes in the valua- tion of their real property as provided in G.S. 1971 79-1602, but such adjourned session shall not continue for more than ten (10) days, after which the board shall adjourn sine die, which adjournment must be taken on or before the 15th day of May, or if such day shall fall on Sunday, then such final adjournment shall be taken on the 16th day of May and the board shall have no authority to be in session thereafter: and after such final adjournment the beard shall not change the assessed valuation of the real property I have re-opened my Beauty Shop in Formoso. Open: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Call: 794-2420 for your appointment. Operator: Viekie Osborne. VICKIE'S HOUSE OF STYLE Peace of mind comes in small packages. It com~ m a ~e M m~nall ~ a F~fal ImCklnsuranceC~p .urance pmvidmthenoeded CaUy~r FClC ~m. ince~ti~ to spmd a Utile mo~ tire and find out bow you am ~nsur~icy,~u~A.-I~d~C~p /nfm~mtopn~lu~amo~ u~F,M~alC~lnsum~to tskm j lo~ of the Iwu~tal~ c~YO. build l~lce of ralDd ~ worry and eoac~m out of crop It's impmt~mt to have ~p plantir~ time on -- with no pmductto~ immraace that ~ the premium to ImY until h~rvmt ~wvmt. ~ bocamm you'~e that m o~nfirm~ to Imild ~ ~ covered.All-Risk Cmpln- with wee crop year, ,, ~ | BILL LEBANON, KANSAS ~I~-388-42~ i r of any person or reduce the aggregate amount of the assessed valuation of the taxable real property of the county. The session of the board held for the purpose of con- sidering the valuation of per- sonal property shall com- mence not later than the fifteenth day in May or the next following business day if such date shall fall on a day other than a regular business day and shall remain in ses- sion until the last day in May, during which time the board may adjourn from time to time as may be necessary, and at the expiration of the last business day in May, the board shall adjourn until June fifth, when it shall again reconvene for the purpose of hearing appeals from persons who have been notified by the county clerk Of pending changes in the valuation of their personal property as provided in G.S. 1971 79-1602, but such adjourned session shall not continue for more than ten (10) days, after which the board shall adjourn sine die, which adjournment must be taken on or before the 15th day of June, or if such day shall fall on Sunday, then such final adjournment shall be taken on the 16th day of June and the board shall have no authority to be in session thereafter: and after such final adjournment the board shall not change the assessed valuation of the personal property of any person or reduce the aggregate amount of the assessed valuation of the taxable personal property of the county. The county clerk shall furnish appeal forms to any owner of property which has been assessed who desire to appeal to the county board of equalization as to the assess- ment of any of his real prop- erty made prior to April 1 of the year of assessment or as to the assessment of any of his personal property made prior to May 1 of the year of assess- ment by the deputy assessor or the county assessor: Pro- vided, That any such appeal in writing involving the assess- ment of real property must be filed with the county clerk on or before the tenth day of April of the year in which the assessment was made and any appeal in writing involving the assessment of personal property must be filed with the county clerk on or before the tenth day of May of the year in which the assessment is made. Every appeal so filed shall be set for hearing by the county board of equalization which hearing must, if the same involves the assessment of real estate, be held on or before the last business day of April and such hearing must, if the same involves the assessment of personal prop- erty, be held on or before the last business day in May, and the county clerk shall notify each appellant of the date for hearing of his appeal at least five (5) days in advance of such hearing. Every such appeal shall be determined by order of the county board of equalization and such order shall, if the same involves the assessment of real estate, be recorded in the minutes of said board on or before the last business day of April, and if the same involves the assessment of personal prop- erty, be recorded in the minutes of said board on or before the last business day of May. Such recorded orders and minutes shall be open to public inspection. Notice as to disposition of the appeal shall be mailed to the taxpayer within five (5) days after the determination. HERSCHEL R. RHEA, County Clerk, Jewell County, Kansas {First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, Mar. 5, 1981) 3t Case #81-P-9 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of EDITH GREEN, Deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansas to the Creditors, Heirs, Devisees and Legatees of Said Decedent and All Others Concerned: You are notified that on March 2, 1981, the under- signed was appointed and qualified as executor of the will of the above named decedent: that letters testa- mentary have been granted to him as such executor: and that you must exhibit your demands against said estate within six months from the date of the first publication hereof, or be forever barred. L. P. DURKEE, Executor ATTEST: Jack D. Bradrick, (Seal) District Magistrate Judge Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer Mankato, Kansas 66956 (913) 378-3172 Attorneys for Executor (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, Feb. 26. 1981) 3t Case #81-P-6 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of LEWIS H. STAFFORD. Deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansas to the Creditors, Heirs, JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Mar. 12.1~1 : Page S- Section I ::, ;": Devisees and Legatees of Said Decedent and - ,, All Others Concerned- ': You are notified that on February 23. 1981. the under- signed was appointed and qualified as executor of the will of the above named decedent: that letters testa- mentary have been granted to him as such executor; and that you must exhibit your demands against said estate within six months from the date of the first publication hereof, or be forever barred. JON B. MENHUSEN. Executor ATTEST: Jack D. Bradriek. (Seal) District Magistrate Judge Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer Mankato. Kansas 66956 (913) 378-3172 Attorneys for Executor (First Published in Jewell Co. Record. Thursday. Feb. 26. 1.981) 3t Case #81-P-6 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY. KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of VIOLA CLEGG. Dece~ed. ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND NOTICE TO CREDIT(~RS The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that on February 18. 1981. a petition was filed in said Court by Vivian Reed. as executrix named in the will. asking for the admission to probate of the will of Viola Clegg. dated November 6. 1969. which will is filed with said petition, and for the appointment of Vivian Reed as executrix of said will; and for other relief: and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before March 20, 1981 at I0:00 o'clock A,M., of said day, in said Magistrate Court room, in the City of Mankato. Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judg- ment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demanc~s against this estate within six (6} months from the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, or be forever barred. VIVIAN REED, Petitioner ATTEST: Jack D. Bredriek (Seal) Magistrate Judge Robert H. Meyer 208 N. Commercial Mankato. Kansas 66956 Attorney for Petitioner~ . Few people : m the over-vast cities leave home to do their trading That's one reason their cities are big; but another is that so many of us who live in smaller community areas take the time and buck the traffic to share our substance with them. But this form of charity won't put :any stars in our crowns because we think of it as shrewd buying rather than as an attack of city-shopping fever. 7 THEOI'ATEOXCHANfiE BANK 0