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March 17, ]96t] /ewell C mty Mml tQ ' pAGE it wash t so bad after al. In - . ]estate w thin nine months from of National US- as chairman. The other members "' -- 1 - Association met in are Byron Guise, Marysvitle, andIfact' n was reany a tot at tun ['he "a" of " t ote the nrst pUOllCation Boy) I can t wan tll next year). Friday, Feb. 25, at Gall McKerrow, Chillicothe, Mo. [ .". [ of thin notice as provided by law, Kmttmg umss nd " " at the call of WilliamI I l a if their demands are not I [thus exhibited they shall be for- Oberlin, president of lHighlanders E. H.U. The class may De smau, out the enthusiasm runs nigh. un u .~ ation. Plans for pro-[ - [Thursday nights after school, tow[ BLAIR Executrix the highway and fund] The Highlanders E. H. U. met[young fingers learn to purl and[of the Will vere discussed; including[Feb" 24 at the Commttnity cast off, etc. in other words, Wqb"- a ',1 Ul DIe;Ill, J~/I;~ ~.~ I;~i:l ;~ I l )loyment of an adver-iCenter with Mrs. Marvin Epp, knit. Having mastered the bamClBv. Robert H Me" er gency to both promote[as hostess. The meeting opened techniques, the class is now con-[ "" Her Attorneys ' e money in states east ]with all singing the club song & cerned with the production of a l [saying the flag salute. Therel yron Kogers, ,pair or oearoom snppers, lne, (Seal) Probate Jud e Huenergarde of Smith[were 8 members, several chil-[proiect leader is Mrs. Irene Park[ [oeaO vrooate Juage. permanent secretary- dren and two guests, Mrs. Nellie ' ,was asked to report lGillett and Mrs. Ernest Blattner, I f F )mgS switzer Jr, Re orter [(First Published in Jewell Co. fund raising and oth r[present. It was decided that any-I ' . P '[Record, Thur Mar. 3, 1966) 3t for the year. Total re-]one using the community build-Den -- [State of Kansas, Were $12,419.00 mainly[ing will be charged $1.00 fee, .-. [Jewell County, ss: once each monm we nave run I IN THE PROBAT ations. Disbursements [beginning January 66. Our duesday. Thin' time we plaved base- ] $9,433.64. The balance [will be due at the Mar. meeting,ball. Mark made 9 home runs,[SAID COUNTY AND STATE )ank as of Feb 21, 1966 /We will elect a treasurer at our -* - made 8 In the Matter of the Estate of 3,387.31. (See" attached next meeting to assist Mrs. Del-i scoreManY was za:&weSto maoei. [Fidellaiviarty ] McMillan,case doceasedNo. 4999 [ton Harrison, our Secretary. It brought treats. He got Hersheys.[ NINTI I Cll? I-II ADINIf' ' Huenergarde was given atwas voted that our Unit will Buckskin is Wes Alexander IThe "Stateo-f g, ansas"? of commendation for his lfurnish the program for the May s to Marty is Denner. Richard is as-JAil Persons Concerned- and activities in behalf[C. T. M. at the Esbon High sistant Denner. ! organization He sug- tSch l" Mrs. Melvin Shipmy, I ] You are hereby notified that a the employment of a lob-[Mrs. Ralph Hooton and Mrs. Don Mah o Me m I Petition has been filed in said !Bird were appointed to be in Ln D . 'e were complaints about charge of this. After the business h Wednesday; to .Saturdayanu^ . vn . --visiting I Itiae son. bYana Ivan soleE, neir-at-lawMCMlllan' aSot uate markings for US-36 meeting, Mrs. Sprague R. N. and mona w cum, mahlon, whu ,rluena . lVlCNnuan, deceaseo ;out of Indianapolis, Ind Wal ee tRo. N. af Oomt cently finished four years in the [pray!ng tar the determination of me aescent at the following de signs along the highway c ,uo, ta Air Force, is working for Federal[ ". . " r nlacin,President War- VOlunteer bervice tar me new Electric" at Vandenburg AFB, scrloeo. real. estate, locatea in ; authglzed to contact nursing home in Red Cloud. Th!s Califr rm'a t-lo warn on tn wn, Jewell County t ansas, to-wit'. )er authorities about the will be known as the urey Laa to Vwgmm for a weeks training.- Lot. Thirteen (13) in Section " ies Assn. Everyone felt this will He will be working in a tracking Six (6), Township Two (2) Leman, vice president, be a worthwhile and rewarding 'n South, Range Nine (9) West - cted to contac) a Troy service to give to our commun- of the 6th P. M to represent US-36 at ity. Mrs. Edward Shute gave a and all other property, real and . ,'7,I verv interesting lesson on our personal, or interests therein, :lg in lopeKa on lvlarcn J nin highway billboards Emotional Maturity. Mrs. Del-I'Llh[,owned by the said Fidella Me- "' :' h' )bert Bird gave a report of the[NFI - Millan at the time of her death; lr pmclng along Fllg-I The and you are hereby required to ]/~OVISO .1~ r boUncl,l megu g. S rmo Tea will be held Mar 29 travelers are most[ P "-o " - file your written defenses there- on US-36, according lat the Mankato Armory. Our to on or before the 28t, h day of Allen of Norton who next meeting will be March 24 Don)- vionA . March, 1966, at ten o clock A. traffic count at Norton at the community building with M. of said day, in said court, in the City of Mankato, in Jewell A military burial iS County, Kansas, at which time 1965. Other states with travelers, ranked in the of numbers, are: Ohio. Indiana. Colorado, and California. advisability of employing Wessel, & Enright, Ad- Inc was discussed. Joseph, Mo. firm is being for fund raising and of the highway in and states east. The Was represented by Rod annd Bill Johnston. who plans for the proposal. said there would be two to their program: 1. Fund and, 2. Advertising and Mrs. Jay Gillett as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shipley were hosts to the card party Feb. 26 at the community center. There were 6 families present. High score prizes went to Mrs. Ralph Hooton and Jay Gillett. Mrs. Delton Harrison and Edward Shute were low score winners & the traveling prize was won by Jay Gillett. There will be a pot luck supper at the community center Mar. 11 starting at 7:00 p. m. with Mr. and Mrs. Don Bird as hosts. --- Mrs. Jay Gitlett. P. R. C. Formosa Willing Workers 4-H Club Day Whew! Were we ever glad when that was over! 4-H Club Day, I mean. Oh, it's fun and exciting and all, but it's down- right nerve-wracking; All morn- ing before our turn came, our stomachs were tied up in knots. And when it came time for the results to be announced, our palms were so wet with perspir- ation we couldn't hold on to a thing. Despite our fears, our club came through rather well. Dan- hie Dempsey received a blue ribbon for his demonstration. and Mike Peteete received a red for his efforts in the project talk department. Margaret Dahl's piano solo won a white award. Doyle Reed was awarded a blue ribbon in boy's public speaking, and Dale Switzer, Jr received a purple in this same category, as well as the opportunity to give his talk at the Regional 4-H Club Day. Come to think of it--maybe costs, they said. would $1,200 for research and $1,000 for analysis and and $1,500 for preDar- ,of sales tools, including art, work, etc. each to be paid for as it was The firm would work ion basis. outlined promotion how they would en- memberships and intro- ideas for raising money membership dues. also recommended the of billboards and radio for advertising along the including at least three reports on weather and conditions for the bene- travelers. Warren appointed to confer with the firm to see if a saris- r contract can be arranged. Huenergarde was named FUNERAL HOME MANKATO, KAS, MASH CRUMBLES .OR PELLETS A SUR-GAIN FEED FOR EVERY NEED BLACKSTRAP MOLASSES Dry Granular 50 lb. bags or 33 lb. Blocks Stockade Mineral 50 lb. bags or blocks the right of any person serving officially in any branch of the U. S. military services or who has been honor- ably discharged from military service. Burial may be select- ed in a National Ceme- tery and a headstone or marker is available from the Quartermas- ter upon request. Respectfully, ~Phon~/'or FREE ESTIMXTI~I (AUTOMATIC WARM AIR HEATING~ LOW PRICES. EASY TERMO L&B II WADDEL1, & REED, Mutual Fund Shares National Dlstrlbut Represent~l loe~zlly by 4,1ankato Feed 8 Seed said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. IVAN E. McMILLAN, Pettiioner. Manford Holly, Attorney for Petitioner. ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (Seal) Probate Judge. (First Published In Jewell Co. Record, Thurs Mar. 3. 1966) 3t JEWELL COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT Invitation to bid Notice is hereby given that sealed bids, subject to the terms and conditions herein contained, wilt be received at the office of the County Clerk in Mankato, Kansas, until 1:30 p. m. Wednes- day, March 16, 1966. PRICE Car no. I 100 pcs 3x12x24, 7200 Bd. Ft. 200 pcs 3x12x20, 12,000 Bd. Ft. lO0 pcs 3xl2xIS, 5400 Bd. Ft. 200 pcs 3x12x16, 9600 Bd. Ft. TOTAL 34200 Bd. Ft. Terms and Conditions I. Bids on other than the form provided will not be accepted, and bid form shall not be chang- ed in any way. Bids shall be in sealed envelopes and clearly marked on the outside "BID". The returned bid shall include both pages 1 & 2. Extra forms may be obtained at the office of the County Engineer in Mankato, Kansas. 2. All materials to be furnished under the proposal shall, in all respects conform to the spec- ifications and requirements hereto attached. 3. Price quoted shall be F. O. B. cars at the County Storage Yard in Mankato. Freight shall be pre- paid by the contractor. Where shipment is by rail, Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific lines shah be indicated as the County has a spur from that line to their storage yard. 4. The proposal must be accom- panied by a certified or cashiers check in the amount of 5% of the total of each bid made pay- able to the Board of Mankato, Kansas ESBON, KANSAS , Prospectus on, Requmt OF ALL KINDS AT THE MeKEE CALES CO SUPERIOR, NEBR. We will have 7 packer buyers present each week your cows, bulls, fall cattle of all kinds, plus local and long distance buyers for stocker & cattle of all classes - also stock hogs of all For more information on prices for your livestock, get in touch with us and we will come Rnd look at t em. SALE EVERY THURSDAY McKEE SALES CO. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thur Mar. 3, 1966) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Wilbur Blair, Deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX The State of Kansas to the Cred- itors, Heirs, ]Devisees and Lega-i tees of Wilbur Blair, deceased, and all others who are or may be concerned: You and each of you will take notice that on the 28th day of February, 1966, Birdie Blair was appointed executrix of the will, of Wilbur Blair, deceased, and dUly qualified as such executrix and letters testamentary were The State of Kansas To All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Lora H. Hodgell and LaVerne Overman, daughter and son, respectively, of Daisy B. Overman, deceased, asking the court to determine the heirs of the decedent and to determine the descent of the following de- scribed real property in Jewell County, Kansas: Northwest Quarter (NWIA) of Section Twenty-five (25), Township Four (4) South, Range Seven (7) West, and An undivided one-half inter- est in: South Half of Northeast Quarter of NE A) and North Half of Southeast Qs::t ten'T(hN/(2ee l#,l/T')ow3f ship Two (2) South, Range Six (6) West, and An undivided one-half inter- est in: All of Nortbwest Quarter of Section Eight (8), Township Three (3) South, Range Eight (8) West that is located between the right-of-way of the Missouri Pacific Railroad and the right-of-way of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad, containing123 acres, more :rdleSs, An undivided one-half inter- est in: Northeast Quarter and North Half of North- west Quarter of NW of Section Seven (7), Township Three (3) South, Range Eight (8) West, ex- cept Railroad right-of-way, and An undivided one-half inter- est in: Lots Five (5) and Six (6), less the south 54 feet of said Lots, in Block Forty-eight (48) in original townsite in City of Mankato. and of all other property, real and personal, and interests therein owned by Daisy B. Over- man at the time of her death, asking the court to assign the same to these petitioners as of tbe date of 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 April 1. 1966, at 10:00 A.M. of said day in said court in the City of Mankato. Kansas. at which time and Dlace said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. LORA H. HODGELL and LaVERNE OVERMAN, Petitioners. ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (Seal) Probate Judge. Weltmer. Weltmer & Weltmer, Attorneys for Petitioners. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thur Mar. 10, 1966) 3t NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF STRAY ANIMALS Notice Is Hereby Given: That I, the Undersigned, Sheriff of Jewell County, Kansas, will of- fer for sale said stray animals, 3 Yearling Steers, branded on left hip The sale of said animals will be held on the 8th day of April, 1966, at the hour of 3:00 o'clock P.M. of said day, at Mankato Sales Co Mankato, Kansas. CHARLES R. MURRAY, Sheriff of Jewell County, Kansas (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thur Mar. 10, 1966) 3t NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF STRAY ANIMAL Notice Is Hereby Given: That I, the Undersigned, Sheriff of Jewell County, Kansas, will of- fer for sale said stray animal. One Yearling Steer The sale of said animal will be County held on the 8th day of April, Commissioners of Jewell Coun- 1966, at the hour of 3:00 o'clock ty, Kansas, as a guarantee that P.M. of said day, at Mankato if his proposal is accepted, the Sales Co Mankato, Kansas. bidder will enter into a contractCHARLES R. MURRAY, and furnish the items as set out Sheriff of Jewell in the proposal within the time County, Kansas limit herein specified. The suc- (First Published in Jewell Co. cessful bidder's check will be retained by the County until the Record, Thur Mar. 10, 1966) 3t contract is completed, and pro- NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S vided the contractor does not SALE OF STRAY ANIMAL fulfill the contract in every res- Notice Is Hereby Given: That pect the check shall be forfeited I, the Undersigned, Sheriff of Jewell County, Kansas, will of- and become the property of Jew- fer for sale said stray animal, ell County. 5. Contractor shall guarantee de- I Yearling Steer, branded on livery to the County within 60 right hip days after acceptance of the bid The sale of said animal will be except for c ntingencies beyond held on the 8th day of April, his control. 1966, at the hour of 3:00 o'clock 6. The B0erd of County Cam- P.M. of said day, at Mankato missioners reserve the right to Sales Co Mankato, Kansas. reject any or all bids. waive CHARLES R. MURRAY, technicalitle and to determine Sheriff of Jewell the best offer to Jewell County. County, Kansas The decision of the Board shall Phone 879-3711, Superior, Nebr. issued to her on February be final. , 1966, by the Probate Court of (First Published in Jewell Co. R. J, Fulton, Mankato, phone FR 8-8197 Jewell County, Kansas. [ Record, Thur, Mar. 10, 1966) 3t H. M. Jensen, 87 3707, Superior, N ro parties interested in said[ IN THE PROBATE COURT OF estate will take notice and gov- JEt'ELL C OUNTY, KANSAS ranch sales conducted of all kinds era themselves acc ngly. All Estate of dr litors are noM/ " tO !Mt * their against the said Bonded Abstraetor Mankato, Kansas [ CLOCK llEl'/Ull a I JEWELRY mmPAm O I N w. ,o I EI30NJN Y [ Mankato, Kansas + ON CAR INSURANCE [ + , You may save 20%" n your car insurance (or Dad's)1 ' I II with our Good Student Dis- [ DR. J. R. SPENCER count another State Farm first. You're qualified ] I)E 'I'IST if you re a full-time male [Office Hours: 8:30 tO Noo student between 16 and 25, at least a Junior or in the [Afternoon by appointmeml eleventh grade . ] MA.NKATO, KANSAS and have a B/",'-"/ ]ltlll I IIIi I average orlA .l ,--- :. equivalent. Call l l DR. DALE A. STEWART me today, for all the details! . I@ptometrist [ 1202 N. Mill W. R. "Hap" WILSON [ 3 doors North of Beloit Phone FR 8-3298 [ Theatre 308 S. Center - Mankato, Ks I Phone 261 Beloit, Kansas m. nt 'i no + .+ I Dr. John J. 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