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PAGE 4B 5EWELL COaTi~ RECORD, ~iANKAIO, K.a/~i,~SA23 :I-idURSDA-Y-, Waunita Weir "Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present" by Charlotte Zolotow will be read at the Children's Story Hour Saturday, March 18, at the Formoso Comnmnity Library. Also will beread +Ramona Knew What She Wanted!" which is thestory of a very special kind of dog a circus dog. 'Noses are for Roses" is a book about you. ~our head, your eyes, yom" neck, your arms and even your elbows. More will be read of "Key to the Treasure" a ~nystery with interesting clues. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wat son spent the weekend in Oma- ha visiting at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Watson. Mrs. John Rogers and Mrs. I Leona Logue and son, Glen, of Wichita were dinner guests on Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tobias. Mr. and Mrs. Orville James spent the weekend in Wood- alert, Kans. visiting her sister. Mrs, Roland Murphy, and Mrs. Irvin Glodfelty and hus band. Mrs. Raldo Hale, age 82, passed away on Tuesday, Mar. 7, at a nursing home in Con- cordia. Memorial services were held Friday morning at the Methodist Church in Ran- dall. Interment was in Picas ant View Cemetery, southwest Formoso. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Field spent from Frkday until Men day visiting at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Field, at Riley and at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brewer, Junction City. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohler and Gloria were Michael Mohler of Prair- ie Grove, Ark. and Mr. Colvin ~ayes and son, Eddie. of Lin cola, Ark. Charley Hayes of Randall accompanied his son, Colvin, back to Arkansas for a few weeks' visit. . , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris were dinner guests Sunday o4' of Kansas City, who had suf- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higbce. fered a severe stroke recently, Mrs. Mayme Butler was an was some improved. afternoon caller. Sunday evening supper Sarah and Frances McCune guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene are making plans to hold a Clark were Mrs. Goldie Hiatt cleanup farm sale. The last of~ Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith and the McCune cattle were sold family. Mrs. Robert Woobard lasl week. Due to the death of of Jamestown, Mr. and Mrs. their" brother, George McCune James Lundblade of Courtland, this will be the first time in Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patrick almost 80 years that the farm Dianne and Tony. and Mrs. has been without a choice herd Stella Patirck of Formoso. of beef cattle. The McCune Mr. and Mrs. Bradley KePler girls will continue 1o live at spent the weekend in Topeka the farm home, the former visiting their daughter, Mrs. home of their parents, the late RoAred Bonjour, Mr. Bonjour Mr. and Mrs. Neal McCune. and children. Wednesday ev Mr. and Mrs. ,I. A. Bowles ening visitors in the KePler of Atwood were recent house-i laorne were Mr. and Mrs. Mel- guests at the honte of their ivin Joerg, Mr. and Mrs. Meb sister-in-law, Mrs. Isis Bowles. vin Bayer and Mr. and Mrs. I AII attended the funeral of his Edgar Isaacson. sister, Mrs. Raldo Hale, at Mr'. and Mrs. ,Joe Kingsley Randall. were Thursday evening visitors Mr. and Mrs. Carl Florell of Mrs. lsis Bowles. Sunday were Sunday afternoon visitors afternoon callers were Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haskins. Mrs. 1t. G. Field, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. l,ewis Duns Mrs. Earl Tobias. tan returned home Friday at- Mrs. John Weatherla, the ter spending 7 weeks in Phoc former Carol Dunigan of Kan- nix, Ariz. The Dunstans left sas City, was recently a visitor" here the latler part of January at the home of her parents, and drove to El Paso, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dunigan, where they spent a few days Rosalea and Carlos. Mrs. Dun- visiting her nephew, Jack lgan accompanied her daugh- Coffelt, and family before go- ter back to Kansas City and ing on to Arizona. Mr. Coffe|t spent several days visiting her who is serving with the U. S. other daughters. Army, and his wife. the for- Miss Sarah Baird and Mrs. met tielen Howland, and chil Ethel Clark were coffee guests dren will be leaving soon for Thursday afternoon of Mrs. ttawaii where he will be sta- Clara Clark. tioned for three years. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Apple- Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Nolan by drove to Wichita on Satur- of Story City, Ia. were house- day for a weekend visit at guests last week of Mr. and the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes and also i Mrs' Dennis Appleby, and to visited other friends, make the acquaintance of the Sunday afternoon visitors of new granddaughter, Elizabeth Mrs. Georgia Stafford and Gwen. Miss Sarah Baird ac- Mrs. Theresa Howell and son eompanied them as far as Sa- Jim, were their cousins, Mr. lina and was a guest of her and Mrs. Forrest Woods of brother, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kingman, Kans., and Mrs. Lil- Baird. tan Rarunstein of Belmont Mrs. Minnie Stafford enter- Kans. tained the Double-Six Club at Mr. Ray Ellsworth of Man- her home Friday afternoon kate was a Sunday afternoon with nine members present. visitor at the home of his sis- Invited guests were her daugh ter', Mrs. Chas. Doxon, and ters, Mrs. Alice Doxon and Mr. Doxon. They report that Miss Louise Field. A social their cousin, Vernon Ellsworth afternoon was enjoyed, follow- ed by a nice lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Studer and family of Haysville, Karts. were weekend guests of his WE ARE MAKING DEALS THATStuder.parents' Mr. and Mrs. Ray YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS CARS .+ .......... , ....,J~J )~, + , i~ [YADILLAC Coupe DeVille; f"ll power and air; 14,,327 Actual Miles; Outstanding Buy! , ~966 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-Dr. Sedan; V-8, AT, PS; 9,000 Actua~ Miles; Priced to Sell. 1,966 IMPALA Sport Coupe, Demo; 327, AT, PS, Vinyl Roof; Low Mileage. 1966 CHEVELLE Malibu 4-Dr. Sedan, Demo.; UP, AT, PS. 1966 PONTIAC CATALINA Coupe; Power and Air; Low Mileage; Locally Owned. 1966 PONTIAC CATALINA 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; Very Clean; la)w Mileage. 1966 OLDS DELTA Holiday Sedan; Power and Air; Ex- ceptionally Clean. 1965 OLDSMOBILE DYNAMIC 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and &if; Locally Owned and Priced to Sell. 19U FORD CUSTOM 500 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; ]Priced Right. 1964 OLDS 88 Convertible; Red and White, and All Right. IN3 BUICK LeSabre Convertible; One Owner. 1961 CHEV. IMPALA 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and AC; Very Clean. TRUCKS 1~ CHEVROLET 4-Wheel Drive. INS INTERNATIONAL ~ Ton; Short, Wide, V-8, 4-Spd. 1965 CHEVY Van; 5400 Actual Miles. Ig63 OHEV. ~ Ton Stepside; 6 Cyl., 4-Spd., Very Clean.. 1962 CHEV. :~ Ton; 6 CyI., 4-Spd.; Priced Right. 1962 CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd., "261" cu. 6 Cyl., Box and Hoist; 13,000 Actual Miles. i~0 CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd., 6 Cyl, Box and Hoist. 1958 CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd., 6 CyL, Box ~nd Hoist. 1948 FORD Truck; 2-Spd.. Box and Hoist. CAWKER CITY, KANSAS ON ALFALFA DON'T WE OFFER ALFALFA PELLETS BLENDED WITH MOLASSES Om ton will replace 2 ton baled hay. No Waste - Easy To Handle - Better Gains - Lower Feed Costs Contact PRESTON MILLING IND., Fairbury, Nebr. OF sun.GAin EDS 7n..slu Relatives from here have re- ceived word of the death of Mr. George Hails of Los Ange- les, Calif. He was the husband of Mrs. Cornelia (Gertson) Hails and a brother-in-law of Mrs. Emma Joerg and Mrs. Margaret Gert~n. Mrs. Etta Young has return- ed home from Liberty, Me. where she had spent the past three weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Georgia. Dodson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Finn had been visit- ing her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Young, and other rela- tives in Kansas City and Mrs. Young accompanied them back home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Balch of Mankato were hosts to a fam- ily dinner on Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jim Balch, who will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on March 31st. A beautifully decorated cake forrned the centerpiece for the dining table. Other guests in- cluded Miss Margaret Balch. Miss Barbara Balch, Concor- dia. Miss Maye Balch. Mrs. Alta Randall and Mr. Edwin Balch of Mankato. The honor guests received many gifts from relatives here, and from those out of town. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. lPietd were Monday afternoon callers of her brother, Chas. Hout. at the Good Samaritan Nursing ttome in Superior and visited other friends. Mrs. Emma Joerg, Miss Florence Nelson and Mrs. Margaret Gertson were Sunday afternoon coffee guests of Miss Delia Joerg of Beloit. Dinner guests of Miss Joerg were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Joerg of For- moso and Mr. and Mrs. Lil- burn McDaniel of Randall. The "Peek into the Past" and Fun Night at the Formoso 'auditorium Saturday evening. drew a large crowd. The Eas- ter Style Show presented by, the Athena Club members was one of "the highlights. Mrs. Paul Temple gave two inter- esting readings. Nearly every one wore something green and the club ladies looked attrac- tive in their green hats. Many antiques were on display. Mr. and Mrs. Art Aspegren of Burr Oak gave a discussion on ar- ticles displayed. Refreshments were served by the Athena Club, sponsors of the program, on a beautifully decorated ta- ble. Mr, and Mrs. H, G. Field were guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Worick of Jewell. The Formoso P.T.A, will hold their regular meeting on Mon- day evening, March 20th. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross of Man- kate will show pictures taken of the Holy Land, Other num- bers by the school children will be vql is welc'ome to attend. Bring cookies. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Higboe and Mrs. Martha Huber spent Sunday ~ffternoon at the Dale Ross home in Coneordia. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Church- hill of Beloit were guests el their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald James, Jeri, Jeff and Joni for Sunday evening sup :)er in honor of Mr. Church hill's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hu ber, Sr. drove td Lincoln, Neb. Saturday and were overnight guests of her aunt, Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mr. Smith and Bruce, before going on to Council Bluffs, la. on Monday morning for business purposes. Miss Rita Wagoner of Clyde was a weekend guest of Miss Rosalea Dunigan. Rehttives who attended the memorial services for (?,ohtia A. Hale were: Mrs. John Quick, Mountain Grove, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. Laben Pedrick, Yates Center, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith, Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. James Hale and daughter, Mrs. Candy Jones of Englewood, Colo.; Mr. Clar ence Rogers, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Milford Hale, Manhattan, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. Funston Bowles, Mr. Lyle B0wles and Mr. Fred Hale of Atwood, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peterson and sons, Shaw- nee, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. John Magnusson, Superior, Nebr.; Mrs. Ruby Hale, Mankato, Mr. John Hale, Clyde, Kans.; Mrs. Isis Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Higbee and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higbee of Formoso. IN MEMORIAM In memory of Mrs. Clara Jamieson, who passed away: March 18, 1966. Softly the stars are falling Upon a quiet grave. Where there sleeps without dreaming, One we loved but could not save. Oh, do not ask us if we miss her, For there's such a vacant place Oft we think we hear her voice Oft we see her smiling face. Yet we know that she is happy In the mansion of the blest Where there is no hour of parting, Just one sweet eternal Rest. --Sadly missed by all of her loved ones. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hills and Mrs. W. G. Hills spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ogle & Brenna at Festus, Me. They also visited Donna Hills. who is attending Kansas University at Lawrence, on the way. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, March 16, 1967) It ORDINANCE 517 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE REGULAR CITY ELECTION BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF MANKATO, KANSAS: Section 1. That the regular City election of the City of Mankato, Kansas shall be held on Tuesday the 4th day of April, 1967, from the hours of 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.. in the community building for the purpose of electing a Mayor, a Police Judge, and five Coun- 9~lmen. , SeCtion 2. That Alfred Ross, EIsi(~ Howard, and Monsolete Trubey, citizens, not candi- dates for office, are hereby designated by the Mayor, with the approval of the Council. to act as judges of said elec- tion, and Elsie Broyles and Berniece Kissinger, citizens, not members of the City Coun- cil, are hereby designated, by the Council to act as clerks of said election. Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publi cation in the Jewell County Record. the official paper of the City, PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 7TH DAY OF MARCH, 1967. GAYLE A, CRISTMAN, Mayor of the City of Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas. ATTEST: FLnlay Munro, (Seal) City, Clerk. ....... I| '(Pirst Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, March 16, 1927) It ORDINANCE 518 ~N ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR AND APPOINTING A CITY ATTORNEY BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF MANKATO, KANSAS: Section 1, That. Manford Holly, a citizen of Mankato, Kansas, and an attorney in good standing in Jewell County and the State of Kansal, be aaa0iat t Section 2. That "he, as such City Attorney, pc,: 'o 'm a ne cessary legal services required in connection wqth the City's operations, and that his corn pensatJon be b;~sed upon tht, time spent necessarily and up- on the nature of.' the legal work done, his charg+m+s to be in con fortuity with th, e recommended Minimum Fee+m now in exist- ence and esr~tblished by the Northwest K~msas Bar Asso- ciation. Section 3~ This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from ~nd after its publi- cation in 'the Jewell County !Record, the official paper of Lhe city. PASSED AND APPROVED This 7th ,day of March, 1967. GA.YLE A. CRISTMAN, -~Aayor of tire City of Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas. ATTE'$T: Finlay Munro, (So;~I) City Clerk. . (Fir,~t Published in Jewell Co. Recofrd, Thursday, March 16, 1967} It Unit"led School District No. 276, Jewell County, Kansas. SC[HOOL BOARD ELECTION (At-Large) Notice is hereby given thati ptzrsuant to K.S.A. 1965 Supp. 726752 and 7267,114 an elec tion of board members in Uni- Fied School District No. 276, Jewell County, St~ite of Kan- ,sos, will be conducted on the 4th day of April, 1967. The names of the candidates are as follows: Vaden Davis, Jr., position number one (1). W. L. Peroutek, position number two (2). Meryl Schoen. position number three (3). Two voting places will be provided: One at what is known as the Chandler School Build- ing for voters who reside in the south part of the district, One at the Legion Hall in Esbon, Kansas for those voters who reside in the norlh part of the district. Since this is an election at large voters may vote either place. The board conducting the election is the Board of Edu- cation of USD' No. 276 and election headquarters for this election is located at the high school building in Esbon, Kan- sas. Signed this 10 day of March, 1967. NORITA R. DODD, Clerk. Unified School District No. 276. Jewell County. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, March 2, 19671 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of E. J, Hughes, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The Stale of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Mary J. Hughes and Howard M. Hughes, wid- ow and son, respectively, of E. J. Hughes, deceased, ask- ing the court to determine the heirs of the decedent and to determine tAg,descent of thi~ following described real Pro- perty in Jewell County, Kaa- sas: Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter (SE~ of SW) and Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quar- ter (SW of SE) of Section Thirty-two (32), Township Two (2) South, Range Six (6) West, and Northeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter (NE of NW%).and Northwest Quarter of Northeast Quar- ter (NW% of NE%) of Section Five (5), Township Three (3) South, Range Six (6) West, and An undivided one-half in- terest in: Southwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter (SW~A of SW) of Section Thirty- two (32), Township Two (2) South, Range Six (6) West, and of all other property, real and personal, andinterests therein owned by E. J. Hughes at the time of his death, and asking the court to assign the same to these pe- titioners as of the date of the death of decedent, subject to any lawful disposition thereof heretofore made; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before March 24, 1967 at 10:00 A. M. of said day in said court in the City of Mankato, Kamaa, at ttma place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judg- ment and decree will :be deter- ed in due course upon said pe- tition. M~ry J. Hughes Howard M. Hughes PETITIONERS ATTEST: Byron Rogers (SEAL) Probate Judge Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer Attorneys for Petitioner (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, March 9, 1967) 3t IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS Rolla R. Miller, Plaintiff, -as- Cecil Roberds and Agnes Roberds, his wife; the un- known heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, and as- signs of such of the defen- dants as may be deceas- ed; the unknown spouses of the defendants; the un- known guardians, con~r- raters and trustees of such of the above named defendants as are minors or are in anywise under legal disability; and all other persons who are or may be concerned, Defen- dants. Case No. 8215 NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMED AND DESIGNATED AND ALL OTHER PERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY BE CONCERNED: You are hereby notified ',hat a petition has been filed in the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas, by the above named plaintiff asking that a judgment be entered in favor of plaintiff cancelling a cer- tain contract entered into on the 23rd day of October. 1962, between the parties definitely named herein for the sale un der an agreement for a War- ranty Deed involving the fob lowing described real estate located in Jewell County, Kan- sas: The Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SE~A of NE%) of Section Three (3), Township Three (3) South, Range Eight (8) West of the 6th P. M., which contract had a provi- sion wherein a forfeiture could be declared in case of a default and you are further notified that because of de- -fault a forfeiture has been tie clared and you are hereby re- quired to plead to said peti- tion on or before the 21st day of April, 1967, in said court at Mankato, Kansas. Should you fail therein judgment and de- cree will be entered in due course upon said petition. ROLLA R. MILLER, Plaintiff. By Manford Holly, Mankato. Kansas, His Attorney. ATTEST: Carol Ross. (Seal) Clerk of District Court (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, March 9, 1967) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Aura B. Kimbrough, De- ceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF KANSAS, ~0UNTY OF JEWELL, ss: NOTT~GE 1~ tf-~REBY GIV. EN TO ALL PERSONS CON- CERNED, that on March 3rd, 1967, the undersigned was, by the Probate Court of Jewell County, Kansas. duly appoint- ed and qualified as administra- tor of the estate of Aura B. Kimbrough, deceased, late of Jewell County, Kansas. All parties interested in said estate will take notice, and govern themselves according- ly All demands not exhibited within nine months from the date of the first publication of the above notice shall be for- ever barred. W, MAX HOWARD, Administrator. By: Robert H. Meyer, Mankato. Kansas, His Attorney. ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (Seal) Probate Judge (First'Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, March 2, 1967) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Frank A. Naylor, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of KansaI To AlL Persons Coocerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in sai~ Cogrt by Charles Wilbur Naylor. Roy A. Naylor. Walter M. Naylor, Veran S. Trunk and Alice Roe, children of Frank A. Naylor, deceased, asking t~ c~u~t t~ de~nine the heirs of the decedent, and to determine tire descent of the fallowing described re,':~ oroDerty in Jewell County, Kans~'~ : An undivided One half (1/,) intere,,t +n all of the follow- ing de,,;crihod real proper ty: North Sixty ~cres (N 60 A) of South,~, ,t Quarter (SWS:,) of Section Thirty- three (33), To~,n,qtin One (1) Sottlh, I~.angc Nine (9) West, Bonded and Southeast Quarter (SE~.I) of Section Three (3), Townshil) Two (2) S(rnlh, Range Nine (9) West, sub- ject to roads und hmd tak- en for highw;3ys, nnd North Half of Northeast Quarter (N!~ of NE':~) of Section Ten (10), Town- ship Two (2) South, Range Nine (9) West, and of all other lrroperty, real and personal, and interests therein owned by Frank A. Naylor at the time of his death, and asking the ('ourt to l assign the same to the per- sons entitled thereto +is of the :date of death of decedent, sub- ject to arty lawful disposition thereof heretofore made; and Phone 262, you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before March 2,1. 1967 at 10:00 A. M. of said day in said court in the City of Mankato, Kansas, at which time and place said cruise will be heard. Should you fail the,,'(qn, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said pelition. CHARLES WILBUR NAYLOR I~.OY A. NAYIA)R WALTER M. NAYLOR, VERAN S. TRUNK ALICE ROE Petitioners. Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer, Attorneys for Pe~.itioners. ATTEST: Byron R,)gers, (Seal) Probate Judge Northwestern In: J,CK W. Special Jewel1, Fans. - MANFORD Mankato, DR. J. R. Dentist Office Hours: 8::;0. Afternoon by Mank t0, l)r. Dale A. Optometrist 1202 N. 3 doors North Theatre Dr. John J. Optometric Eye Smith Center, Coin Opel WASHERS & A convenient way Open 24 hours Seven days a MANKATO Phone FR UNITED FUNDS, INC.. WADDELL & REE , Inc. Mutual Fund Shares STANLEY MARR ESBON, KANSAS Dr. Merwin Doctor of Dental 8:00 a. m. to 5:~ Monday Through First Door Soutlt Drug Phones: Office Residence FR Closed Wilbeck Rest For Men or lever 6ef0re... Licensed iound So Full, Roon~ Have Conditioni~$ So Clear, So Truel Member Kansas lean Nursing tion 308 N. Phone FR Helen's Shampoos - ~eM PermanentS 1st House Nortl Sweden Phone FR 8-3561 " A FULL DR CLEARER HEARINGI Mukato Feed and Seed and Trucking Service Mankato, Kansas ICC and KCC Carrier Cargo Insured Eldon W. Grout Bus. Phone Fit 8-3381; R&. FR 8-860] Fast Service & Quality Handling of All Loads or 16 Ft. Trucks - Call us for Semi GREETING For All Birthday, Cheer, R-K SHOPpEI , Col. Ed General Farm When Thinking a Sale, See Mc Phone FR 8-3336 " t __ Dr. James L. TEACHWORTH Chiropractor Located 2 miles south of Superior, on state highway Phone 875-8652 " 1 For T. V. Radio Service. at L & B Electric, Don is a graduate Trade School, ~nd has also Zenith Service Wichita. CALL L&BI MankatO For This TREE CLEARING, .l~W lqlllP, lll, o, f~lY ~11~11 NORMAN Phone FRontl Call