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:PAGE 5 :WELL COb TT RECORD, iviA KA tO, KAi SAL Mrs. Forrest Howard Callers at the Clarence Pix- let home the past week have been Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole, Mr. and M~. Herbie l)oud, Mr, and Mrs. Halsey Pang horn of Mankato, Mrs. Arthur ~lckett of Lincoln, Nebr. and Dr, Cyris Pangborn. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. tfow ~rd Larkins of near Superior. @ther guests were Mr. Everett ~.hUllins and Mr. and Mrs. ()rin lers and family of Superior, Mrs, Thorn Dovery and friend et Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Paul and family of Red Cloud. Rex Powel] of Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Frye" and Mary ol Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dillon of Emporia were Sianday dinner guests of Mr, alad Mrs. Ira Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. John a0n of Omaha, Mrs. Wilbure S~aith and Sharon of Sul)~)'ior, Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Lest~r,, Suehsland ~d family were Easter Day dinner guests nf Mr. and Mrs. F.~cflle Lewis and family. Warren U nderwild of Kansas City was a weekend visitor in the Phillip Underwood home. Mr, and Mrs. Dwight Under- wood and Debra of Belhwille, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wackcr t~d family of Edgar, Nebr. ~d Mr, and Mrs. ,Jim Calder and family or Hardy, Nebr. were Sunday afternoon and ev- ening visitors Mrs, Milburn Allred and family of Denver, Colo. ('ame Sunday to spend the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foster ~d girls of Phillipsburg were Sunday supper gufsts,, of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster. Mrs. Robert Korb, Jr. was an even lng visitor. Mrs. Wade Bauer. David and Naneie of Clay Center and :Mrs. Keith McKeown and fam- ily were Monday dinner gL~ests of Mr. an~l Mrs. David l)ema ray. Mr. and Mrs. Robei% Murray and Mike of ,Junction City, Goldie Johnson and l)oug Fra sier were Sunday supper guests uf Mr. and Mrs. Stanley John son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb and Cindy were Friday even- ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korb of Mankato. Rev. and Mrs. Olin Belt and of Glen Elder, Orin Un~derwood Carla German, Mr. atnd Mrs. Dennis Spatz of Ha ~ s, Mr. and Mrs. l)uane Spat:z, A!yce German and Mrs. Dmanis,Gar- man of Salina. Mrs. Ethel Hasty and Mrs. Mamie Mullin were Sunday dinner guests of MiTs. Edna Jorles. Mr. James MeDonnel of Hox- ie and Miss Diana Peters of Denver, Colo. weret Easter weekend guests of hi~' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake MeDonnel. Alicia or Bennington were din- Mrs. Carpenter and, Mr. and nor guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moon Jr. ant Mrs. Stanley ,Johnson and faro- Vicky of Mankato ~ere call- ily. era on Mrs. Ollie ]Moon the Mr. and Mrs. Jean [,'earing )ast week. visited Mrs. Glenn Fearing at John McCormick o(Emporia the hospital in Hastings on and Mrs. Rod Fogo aIId family Sunday afternoon, of EIDorado weye weekend Mr. and Mrs. tiarold Baylie guests or their pare nts, Mr. nn( l'amilv were Sunday e~en and Mrs. James M(.'Cormick. ing visitors nf Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Derald Dedker and Loyde Garman and family. Mrs. Glen Paul visi~ted Mrs. Merl Reed and son a~ the Red Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paul were :Cloud hospital on W:ednesday Friday evening visitors of Mr. and IVirs. John Gates. afternoon. : Mr. and Mrs, Clar*enee Pis- Bonnie Johnson of Oklahoma ler were Thursday dinner gu- City, Okla. spent the Easter ests of Mr. and Mrs. George weeker~d with her parents, Mr. Ayers of Osnard, Calif. at the andlamily.Mrs. Stanley Johnson and Frontier Cafc in Mnkato. In Cheryl Platt of Salina, Mrs. the afternoon they visited at the Herbie Doud hon',ae. Alma Gard and Mrs. Nettle Johnson were Easter Day din- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Y'aul were her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday afternoon visitors of Bud Platt and Mike. Mrs. Glenn Fearing at the Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korh Mary Lanning hospital in Has- and Cindy wer~ Thursday ev-tings. ening visitors of Mr'. and Mrs. Rex Powell of Hangs spent the Easter weekend~ in the Jay Beale and family, home of his grandp[wents, Mr. Mr. I. C. MeKenwn and Tim and Mrs. Ira Pow~ll.l Sweet of Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph!O. John- Oscar Newlin of Mankato andson of Omaha were iweekend Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins were Easter I)ay dinner guests guests of Mr. and MEs. Floyd of Mrs. Etta Masters and Ed- Myers. ! Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Olena n a, Linda Harris of Manhattan and family of Genev'a Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harris were Sunday dinner guests of and boys were Sunday dinnerMr. and Mrs. Henry Sfebert. Mr. and Mrs. Lutl~er Wil- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mackson visited her mothdr, Mrs. Harris. In the afternoon they Laura Payne at GuidelRock enjoyed a drive. C~llers at the Everett Reedon Easter Sunday. ~, home to visit Pvt. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Clark of Formosaand Mrs. :Harvey Merl Reed and Michael Dean Sloan and sons of Osborne were Mr. and Mrs. tlerman were Saturday visitorg in the Roe of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Carold Van Sehoiaek home. Roger Montgomery and boys Mr. and Mrs. David Michael and Mieky of Salina wexe Eas- ter weekend guests of her par- and Mrs. Guy Oliver. Mr. iand ent~Mr and Mrs Claud ', . ' "i Mrs. Roy Fullerton and.fam- Gutscher and Lento. WE ARE MAKING DEALS THAT ' " ily of Superior were afternoon Bert Reed was' admitted to .... .- ..... ..... ann evening waiters. me ~upermr nosp~tm tar on-. Mrs elite Moon was hostess I servation and treatment. Ito t~" Walnut Creek Mission YOU CAN'T Aft{ Mr and Mrs Glenn Bennett " .. . .. [ ary meeting on Thursday. were Saturday evening vmltors [ Mr and Mrs Terry ~arman ' of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mttl-l~ M'anhattan'" Mr. "oral Mrs. hns at Red Cloud CARS ' " [ Lee Garman'and Carla and Mrs. Forest Foster and Mrs. rie Everson and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mur- ray and Mike of Junction City ~md Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson and family were Easl- ,er Day dinner guests of Mrs. ~Goldie ,Johnson at the Mictmel Care. Chuck, Bob and Chris John- son and Mike Platt were guests to a pizza sup0er at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Nettle Johnson on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tatum of Bernard were Easter Day ,dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Korb attended a Pfister Hybrids din- net' at Smith Center on Tues- day evening. Mrs. Olive Miller of Cald- well, Ida. came Sunday even. ing to visit in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- bert Korb, Jr. and Bobby. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Lewis and Jerri Lou returned home Tuesday fFom visiting their son, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lewis and family, at Dallas, Texas. Bud is a pilot for the Braniff Airlines in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Throup and Larry of Smith Center and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foster and girls of Phillipsburg were Eas- ter Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest How- ard and family and Mrs. Glee Howard were Easter Day din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mceune at the Mi- chael's Care. Edna Masters of Beloit spent the Easter weekend with her mother, Mrs. Etta Masters. Mrs. May Boitnott will be moved from the Superior hns- pital to the Good Samaritan Home in Nelson, Nebr. Rada Stanton left for her home in Befford, Ky. after spending the past two weeks here with her mother, Mrs. Ada Stanton, who is in the Belleville hospital. Miss Grace Stanton of Topeka accompan- ied Rada as far as Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oliver and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Oliver and Rust. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr, 'Ii[N C~tDlflLI, AC COUl~. DeVille; f~tl power and air; 14,327 Actual Miles: Outstanding Buy! CHIEV. BEt AIR 4-Dr. Sedan: V-8, AT, PS: 9,000 Aetult~ Miles; Priced to Sell. IMPALA Sport Coupe, Demo; 32~, AT, PS, Vinyl Ig~of; Low Mileage. OHEVELLE Malibu 4-Dr. Sedan, Denm.; UP, AT, PS. 1966 PONTIAC CATALINA Coupe; Power and Air; Low Mileage; Locally Owned. 19@6 PONTIAC CATALINA 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; Very Cle~n: Low Mileage. 1966 OLDS DELTA lloliday Sedan; Power and Air; Ex- cep'don&ily Clean. 19615 LoMANS PONTIAC Sport Coupe; 326 Engine, 4- Spd., Radio; Sharp. OLDSIKOBILE DYNAMIC 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; Locally Owned and Priced to Sell. 19615 FORD CUSTOM 500 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; Priced Right. 1964 OLDS DYNAMIC 4-Dr.; PS. AC, Radio; Very cle~n. 1963 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-Dr.; V-8, AT; Clean. Derald Decker were Monday afternoon callers on Mrs. Glenn Fearing at the Mary Lanning hospital in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Harve Deck: er attended the 45th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs: Clarence Meeker at Mankato and Mrs. Daisy Brandon at Beloit on Sunday evening. Mrs. 1,ela Dillon and Wilma were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Lowell McNich- ols and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Aye~rs of Superior, Nebr., Mr, and Mrs. Aielt Lupkes of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swart- zendruber and George nf Hes- ton, Norlene Everson of Kan- sas City, Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley Everson and family of Jun- iata Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. 1~ BUICK LeSabre Convertible; One Owner. Clarence Pixler were Easter 1~ CHEV. IMPALA 4-Door; Air, PS. ])ay dinner guests of Mrs. Ma- TRUCKS 19@~ CHEV, ~ Ton L,N; 4-S~d., 6 Cyl: like new. AMA21NG NI W . lt~ INTERNATIONAL Ton; Short, Wfule, V-g, 4-Spd. gllAR 'Fl'MAl'lg 1955 CHEVY Van; 5400 Actual Miles. |y AMIZllIO~-~an~ t96,$ OHEV. ~/~ Ton Stepside; 6 Cyl., 4-Spd., Very Clean. MAKES OTHER ttl~$ OHEV. 2-Ton; V-8, 2-Spd., 102 CA. |9@~ CHEV. % Ton; 6 Cyl., 4-Spd.; Priced Right. AIR-C0NDffl0NI 1R~ CHEV. ~./~ Ton LN; 4-Spd., 6 Cyl.; sharp. SYSTEMS OLOTA IONF.I 1960 CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spa., 6 Cyl., Box and Hoist. ...~,~_~~ 1958 CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd., 6 Cyl., Box and Iloist...~'~..~~~,, 1948 FORD Tr.ck; 2-Spd., Box and Hoist. , gH~a~"-lr~ ~mum@~n~ U.S. Patent Pending ' THE FI[$T SELF-CHAI 'INII! WHOLE-NOU AIR CONDITIONING SYgi-LliI SALESMEN: Bill Ludwig, Orval Ramge Max Dudley, Howard Reece, Lyndon Booz Installs fast0d CAWKER CITY, KANSAS Looks neatefl Works t fl.: Costs less to buy imtollf WORRY! WE OFFER ALFALFA PELLETS BLENDED WITH MOLASSES One ton will replace 2 ton baled hay. No Waste - Easy To Handle - Better Gains - Lower Feed Costs Contact Cuts down en service calls! Works with any furnace[ JIJID IT'S EXCLUSIVE YOUR AUTHORIZED AM mc_ - tandm't r~ l.tmmm~ eW,,,nmm, PRESTON MILLING IND., Fairbury, Nebr. THE HOME OF SUR-GA|N FEEDS Ph. 72fl4514$ See Thi~ Ale ,GoMillo~ Orin Underwood were Easter Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Decker at Mi- chael's Care. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jef- fery and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jeffery and family were Eas- ter DaY dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon. Mr. and Mrs. John Abel and Eliz- abeth were afternoon callers. Mrs. Emma,,cdrtner was a Tuesday visitor inithe home of Mr. and Mrs. Pe[~'y England. Norlene Everson of Kansas City came Friday to spend a few days in the Marie Everson home. Mrs. Glenn Fearing under- went surgery at the Mary Lan- ning hospital in Hastings, Neb. on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Beale mad family, Henry Garman and Mr. and Mrs, Loyde Garman and family had Easter Day dinner at Michael's Cafe. They were afternoon guests in the Loyde Garman home. Mr. and Mrs. John Gates were Saturd~y..~vening visitors of Mr. and blrSl Fred McDan: Lihda Vade riof Mankato was a Saturday mv, brnight guest at the Lynn Garpaan home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan France and girls of Kensington spent the Easter weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Oillett. ' " i Mr. and: l~rs. Eldon Pugh, Stevie and Bob of Bellevfllel Mrs. Wes fl~trum and Johnny of Saline hnd Mr. and Mrs: Terrill LaCleff and Scotty of Clyde were Sunday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. John Gleason. James McDonnel of Hoxie. Diana Petters of Denver, Colo., Mr. and M~'s. H. L. Grubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDonnel, Mrs Lil~ie Moon and Gale ~urgess were Easter Day din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jeffery and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heskett. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kiehl and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyles and girls, Douglas May and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gar- man were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garold Ohmatode and girls at Guide Rock. Mr. and,Mrs. Max Bowman, Ronnie, Karen. and Judy of Lebanon and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spatz. Bob and Pat wege Easter ]~ay dioner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Spatz of Hays were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Alexan- and Mrs. Merlin Alexander and girls of Esbon and Mr and Mrs. Forrest Dempsey and family were Sunday after- noon callers at the Ehner Alex- ander home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sander son, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roe- sti and family, Mrs. ()pal Rot' sti and Deh)ris and Mrs. Re- becca Calahan were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Benbow. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bender returned home Saturday rrom a 6 weeks' visit with their son Mr. and Mrs. George Bender and family, at Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Don Modlin and family were Easter Day dinner guests or Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Modlin at Michael's Cafe. Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Bennett attended the 45th wedding an- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meeker at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blew were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blew and family at Mankato. Sandy Korb and Fred Metz ler of Manhattan were Thurs- 'day afternoon and evening vis itors of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Calahan. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cock- rolland Da,'win of Hebron Mr. and Mrs. Erich Penner and Mrs. Mamie Cockroft of Mankato, Mrs. Goldie Broyles of Superior, Duane Coekroft of Concordia and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and Arnold were Easter Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cock- roft and Janice. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Cole of Topeka were Easter weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Derald Decker and Cheyrl and Mrs. Ollie: Moon went to Salina on Easter Sunday where they attended church with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whisler and boys and were dinner guests in the Whisler home. Mr. an~1 Mrs. Reeve ttawk- ins spent the Easter weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Max Hawk- ins and girls in Kansas City, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foster and Mr. and Mrs. John Conrad el Red Cloud were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs'. Cliff Hawkins of Esbon. In the afternoon they drove to the :Glen Elder dam site.,, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Me- Keown and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom MeKeown of near Superior were Sunday af- ternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray. Michael Dean Reed Pvt. and Mrs. Merl Reed of Burr Oak are the proud par ents of an 8 lb. 8%oz. baby boy born at the Red Cloud, Nebr. hospital March 21. Pvt. Merl Reed, stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., arrived home the same day, The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Figgins of Burr Oak. The great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fielden Fig- gins of Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bisbee of Hills- bore. Ore.. Mr. Bert Reed of Superior, Nebr., and Mrs. Vi- ola Clegg of Mankato. CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank every one who sent cards at the time of my father~ death. A special thank you to the West Walnut Unit for the Easter lily, friends for the azalea, the Burr Oak .Plumbing bowling team and ~mployees for the flowers. They were all~beafltiful. YoUr thoughtfulness will never beI forgotten. 1 --Mr. and Mrs. Ivan_McMillan Floyd Slmmelink - Obll, uery ] Floyd Edwin Simmelink, the youngest child of Ben and Dena DeBey-Simmelink was born near Cawker City, Kanl on ,Tune 20. 1921 and departed this life at St, Luke's Hospital in Kansas City following open heart surgery on March 24, 1967 at the age of 45 years and nine months. He received his elementary education at a rural school near the place of his birth and attended one term of high school at Athens Rural High School. He discontinued his schooling and took up farming with his father which held an unusual fascination for him. In November 1942 he entered the service and served in the Field Artillery for three and one-half years. Two of these were spent in Germany. On returning from service he op- erated the A & B Oil Company Service Station in Ionia for the next three years. He was united in marriage to Mary Tucker of Ionia on Nov. 10, 1946. They estab- lished a home in Ionia and be- came the parents of threel sons: Ronnie Dale, Danny I.,ee~ and Scott D. / The love for farming and ills/ keen interest in inducing soil' TiqUR SDAY, MARCH to respm~ to careful, diligent labor kept calling to him so he sold his business and purcbas ed a farm in Irving Township where the family lived for se- veral years. He later invested in a larger farm in Odessa Township which is the present home. if it could I)e said that Floyd had a hohby it would have been horses. He loved to be around them and spent many happy hours grooming his saddle horses and loved to just be near them. Ite was baptized at the E,r- ly Christian Reformed Church in Dispatch and received his! childhood Christian training in this faith. His untimely death has left a vacancy in the home where his devotion and counsel to his family will no longer be a part of their daily experience. His parents preceded him in death. Survivors include the wife and three children of the home; tw9 brothers, Glen of Madras, Oregon and Mauriee of Ionia; three sisters. Mrs. Margie McIntire, Saline, Mrs. ()pal Anderson and Mrs. Ruby Moritz both of Denver, Colo- rado. Funeral services were held Monday morning at the E.U.B. Church in Ionia conducted by Rev. David Trott and was in charge of Kramer Funeral Home. Interment was in the Ionia Cemetery. Music was by Carroll Col- lins accompanied by Blanche Thomas of Mankato. Organ music was by Margaret Rose. Casket bearers were Lelar, d Bartley, Glen Schmidt, John Bergman, George Wierenga, Wayne Brummer and John Scholl. Honorary pallbearers were Lawrence Sanders, Jay Wierenga, tester Stites and Laurence LaRoeque, Mrs. Clarence Shook visited Mrs. Jean Corbett and family of Detroit, Mich and Mrs. Iris Grauerholz and family of Mc- Pherson at Charley Frost's on Sunday. She also called at the Aubrey Gass home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Larsen and Mrs. Mayme Miller were supper guests Wednesday ev- ening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Arnoldy. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, March 30, 1967) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Luther X. Everson, an In- capacitated Person. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE The State of Kansas to All Persons Interested in the Es- tate of Luther X. Everson, an Incapacitated Person: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in the above entitled cause, by D. K. Balch, as Conservator of the estate of Luther X. Everson, an Incapacitated person, pray- ing for an order for the sale of the following described real es- tate, situated in Jewell County, Kansas belonging to said es- tate. to-wit: The West One-half of the (.First. l'ublishcd in ,}e\~clt Co. Record, Thursday, March 2" 1967 [N THE PROBA't'E COURT OF ,IEWEI,I~ COUNTY, K,4NS~S In the Mall(,r of the l,]stal(, of Earl C. ( (fie, I)eceascd ;md In the Mallm' ,ff th(, l,:state of Ray M. Cob'. t)e('ea:t'(I. NOTICE OF H[:ARING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned You arc hereby notific(t thai a petition has been filed in said Court I)y (;race E. Cole as owner or the herein (h scribed real i)roperty, I)rayin~ rot the determination of the descent of the I olh>~ing de scribed real estate in Jewell County, K~tnsas, 1[)wit,: The East One half of ihe Southeast Quarter ( 1']~2 SE~) o[ S('(li()ll Nine (9), Township Thr(,e (3) Soul h, Range Nine (9) West of the 6th P. M., and the interests of said Earl C. Cole, deceased and Ray M. Cole, decease(I, therein, and further praying for the deter- ruination of the descent of all other l)roperty, real and l)('r sunni or interests therein, own- ed by said d.c.(tents or 1)y either-of them at the lime of their (leath; and you are here by required to file your written (|eren,~;es lher(,lo on or bet'or(' the 14th day of April, 1967 at 10:00 o'clock a.nl. of said (lay. in said court, in the Cily of Mankato. l,:ansas, at which time and place said ('ausc will be heard. Should you rail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Witness my h;m(I in 1he city of Mankato in said county nnd stale Otis ]71h day of Mort'h, 1967. GRACE E. COLE, I-clitioner. By: Robert It. Meyer, tier Attorney. ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (Seal) l'rol):llc .lu(l~,' UNITED FUNDS, INC. WADDELL & REED, Inc. Mutual Fund Shares STANLEY MARR ESBON, KANSAS lever Before... Sound So Full, So Clear, So Truel Northwestern Insurance JP.CK W. Special Jewel!, Fans. - 42tf MANFORD Bonded Mankato, DR. J. R. SPENt Dentist:' Office Hours: 8":'0 tOl Afternoon by Mankato, l)r. Dale A. Optomei fist ]202 N. Mill 3 doors North of Theatre Phone 262, ]}eloit,. l)r. John J. Optometric Eye Smith Center, AUTOMATIC Coin Operat WASHERS & A convenient way to Open 24 hours per Seven days a MANKATO Phone FR Dr. Merwin Doctor of Dental 8:00 a. m. to 5:00 Monday Through First Door South Drug Store Phones: Office FR Residence FR Closed Wilbeck Rest For Men or Licensed by the Rooms Have Radio Member Kansas |can Nursing Home tion 308 N. Phone FR Helen's Beauty Shampoos - Set Permanents 1st House Sweden Phone FR 8-3561 - Northwest Quarter (WVz A ~JU=o~ NW%); the East One half OR CLEARER HEARINGI of the Northeast Quarter GREETING (EI/,NE1]4}: the South One- It-K SH0 )PER , For All ('~C' half of the Southwest Quarter (SVzSW); and Birthday, Cheer, ' the Southeast Quarter salT, Thank you, ~- (SEI~) except the West 29 llllll ~ ' ~ ;~': ;Gil~-!~tc~4 r0dsii~;df '. the.?', riorthwe~t quarter of said sd~them~! M~:lkR~o I~.~ allLd ~ R.K~sHoPPER, quarter; all in Sectionand Trucking Servl Thirty-two (32), Township Mankato, Kansas One (1) South, Range Nine (9) West of the 6th ICC and KCC Carder P. M. in Jewell County,Cargo Insured Kansas,. and Eldon W. Grout . CoL Ed Montgol The Northeast Quarter Bus. Phone Fit 8-3381, General Farm Aue (NE%) of Section Eighteen Refl. ~ 8-~60] When Thinking of a Sale, See Me for (16), Township Two (2) Fast Service & Quality Phone FR 8-3336, South. Range Nine (9) Handling of All Loads West of the 6th P.M. in Jewell County, Kansas, or 16 Ft. Trucks - C l] us for Semt Ill For T. V. Radio Service. Call at L & B Electric, Don is a graduate Trade School, ~.nd has also Zenith Service Wichita. CALL LAB Mankato For This Dr. James L. TEACHWORTH Chiropractor TREE CLEARING, NORMAN Ph e J h)ntte Call Coll et for the purpose of paying the 4ebts of the said Luther X. Everson and because said sale is in the best interest of him and of his estate, and You are hereby required to file your written objections or defense thereto, if any, on or before the 21st day of April, 1967 at 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day, in said court, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, order, judg- ment and decree will be enter- ed in due course upon siad )etition. Witness my hand in the city )f Mankato in said county and state this 27th day of March 1967, D. K. BALCH, Conservator of the estat~ of Luther X. Everson, an Incapacitated Person. By: Robert H. Meyer, His Attorney. ~.TTEST: Byron Rogers (Seal) Probate Judge Located 2 miles south of Superior, on state highway Phone 875-8652 ~ WMI-Am igUlm~ Iqll~8.. LASY I'IRM$