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J , the former Salem church going [ with Mrs. Perry B~e in Super- 4 miles north will soon belier. Mrs. Arnold Ii~oss was co- ~ent to Kansas City Monday. rs, Kugler went to the K. U. rocked. The last mile is being hostess. The husbands met at rocked. The long white ribbon the Roy Ahrens h(lme. By Mrs. Delberl Bird will be a great help in getting Wylie Kirkpatric~k and Mrs. Several from this community out in stormy weather. This Elleanor Crispin: called on attended the Open House for is a county road in Highland their sister, Mrs. C;ladys Russ- ~e 40th anniversary celebra- Township. ell in Concordia Slunday after- non of Mr. and Mrs. Hollice qVne Highlanders Extension noon. Mrs. Russel} was recent Unit and their families plan to ly released from :the hospital. Avison at Lebanon Sunday af l~rn~n, have their ice cream socialTilt? regular meeting of the this Saturday night at the Webber Methodist Church Saturday, the month of April was ushered in by welcome Comnmnity Center. The Ed board was held a$t the church ward Shute family are hosts. Monday evening. showers. We received only at~ut inch but hope to get The Highland t, adies Aid was Rev. and Mrs. Don Wilson more this week. tfigh winds postponed this week because of from Woodbine, /Kans. visited last week brought damage to illness, from Sunday night until Wed- several farms in the area. The Mr. and Mrs. Alden Brosniak nesday morning at the A. W. roof was ripped off our cattle and family of ttutchinson were Wilson and Earl Corman shed during the tornadie wind- Sunday guests at the De/tonhomes. storm. Harrison home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both- ~lr. and Mrs. Ralph Shute Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Harri- well and Mrs. l~l:elen Nelson visited Mr. and Mrs. Win. [son are visiting in the Darryl drove to Wameg~) Sunday to Boren in Red Cloud Sunday afttarrison home in Colorado~ visit Mr. and Mrs. David ternoon. Mrs. Shute visited Springs, Colo. Bothwell. Mrs., Hamp Nelson near Red ............ Mr. and Mrs. l',eslie Jensby Cloud Thursday afternoon, attended a family get together Margo Gillett Steve Shute. Sunday at the Olrville Meyer home at Ruskin. Mrs. Meyer Raymond Mizner, Lori Russell is their daughter. al0d Becky and Linda Foutz Mrs. Harold Bothwell represented this area at the Jewell County Spdling Contest l Mrs. Winifrcd Stoics, Court- this Monday at Mankato. Bec-[land, called on Mr. and Mrs. ky Foutz is competing with/A. W. Wilson last Wednesday the other County Eughth Grade afternoon. Mrs. Vachel ~rawford students to represent the Rev. Silsby conductd county at Topeka at the State a meeting at the church last Mr. and Mrs. iGuy Robbins ~ontest in May. Wednesday for the Sunday made a business' trip to Lin- Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kugler School teachers and others to coin, Nebr. Monday afternoon, explain the use of the newreturning home 'L'uesday mot- Methodist educational mater- ninE. ~ledical Center. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bowley and family of Beloit were din her guests Sunday at the L. L. Bird home. The Bowley family and the Donald Bird family Mr. and Mrs. Gene Snyder and children were supper guests recently of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irl ~Snyder. Mr. Wendell Dayidson of Ot- tawa spent the Eas~ter weekend were Sunday evening guests in the Delbert Bird home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mey- er of Lenexa, Kans. visited at the ~s. Love home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Carter of Mankato visited tne Loves Wednesday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Gary Noller and fam~ lly of Red Cloud and the Leo- the date that they will move rote town. Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broyles were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Langer m Superior Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson who ohserved their 54th wed d/n~ ann/versary Saturday on Saturday evening were guests with his sister, Mrs. Eugene Dunstan. Mr. I)unstan and children. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Davidson joined them for Sun- day dinner. They all drove up to the Pawnee rrmnument in the afternoon. Mrs. Vachel Crawford called on Mrs. Milton KSssinger in the Concordia rest home Satur- nard Meyer family of Manl, ato were Sunday visitors in the Love home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hajny, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Under wood and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williamson were Sunday vis itors in the Nolin Hajny home. Mr. and Mrs. Roberl Thomp son attended Open House at the National Guard Armory at Smith Center Monday evening. Their son. Eldofa. is a member of the National Guard. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shute and family and Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Davis. Sr. were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Verna Davis in :Conordia. Steve Shute placed first in the County Spelling Contest in Mankato Monday morning and Raymond Mizner placed 4th. Congratulations, boys! Mr. and Mrs, I)elton Harri- son were Thursday evening supper guests of the Delbert Birds. Mrs.,Harrison was ob- serving another birthday anni versary. The four mile stretch of road connecting the rock road hy al a dilmer party at the Steak day afternoon. I found her ira- House in Mankato. Those pre- sent were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor of Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. A W. Wilson, Mrs. Fern Workman of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vestal. Mrs. Anna R. Graham. Oscar Ross, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensby, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson spent Sund~y with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broyles were among those from the Wehber community who at tended tile supper at the Me- thodist Church in Superior last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Graham and three children of Benning- ton spent Sunday al the Char- lie Russell home. Sandra Wilson. who is a stu- dent at Lindsborg College, spent Thursday and Friday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson. V-Club met Tuesday evening I I II H I ENHANCE YOUR SPRING DRIV. ING PLEASURE WITH ONE OF OUR OK USED CARS CARS i, ~ CAkDILLAC Coupe DeVille; full power and air; ~ 14,327 Actual Mll." Ou~tanding Buy! OLpSMOmLE Tow. sea.; p...r Aetmd Miles; Priced to Sell. 1966 IMPALA Sport Coupe, Demo; 327, AT, PS, Vinyl lgoof; * Low Mileage. 1966 CHEVELLE Malibu 4-Dr. Sedan, Demo.; UP, AT, IS. lgN PONTIAC CATALINA Coupe; Power and Air; Mileage; Locally Owned. 1966 PONTIAC CATALINA 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; Very Clean; Low Mileage. 1966 OLDS DELTA Holiday Sed~tn; Power mad Air; Ex- ceptionally Clean. 196,5 LeMANS PONTIAC Sport Coupe; 326 Enl~ine, 4- Spd., Radio; SharD. 1965 OLDSMOBILE DYNAMIC 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; lL~eglly Owned and l~lced to Sell. 1~5 FORD CUSTOM 500 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; Priced Right. 1964 CHEVELLE MALIBU Sport Coupe; low mileage; locally owned. 1964 OLDS DYNAMIC 4-Dr.; PS, AC, Radio; Very clean. 1965 CItEV. BEL AIR 4-Dr.; V-8, AT; Clean. 1963 BUICK ~Sabre Convertible; One Owner. 1962 CHEV. IMPALA 4-D~r; Air, PS. 1958 OHEYROLET BEL AIR; 6 cyL, standard, 1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR; V-8, AT. TRUCKS 1965 CHEV, % Ton LN; 4-Spd., 6 Cyl; like new. 1958 CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd., 15-ft. Knapheide box, hoist, new engine; one local owner; very clean, 19~$ INTERNATIONAL ~ Ton; Short, Wide, V-8, 4.Spd. 1948 FORD Truck; 2-Spd., Knaphcide box, hoist, new engine. SPECIAL ................................................ $895.00 1963 CHEV. 2-Ton; V-8, 2-Spd., 102 CA. 1962 CHEV. :~ Ton; 6 Cyl,, 4-Spd.; Priced Right. 1960 CHEV. Ton LN: 4-Spd., 6 Cyl.; sharp. 1960 CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd. 6 CyI., Box and Hot~t. Max l}ud y, Howard Re.e, L don Rooz flALI MEN: Bill Ludwig, Ramie CAWKER CITY, KANSAS II I I I proving. Then I calr.ed on Mrs. Guy Allington of Super/or in the St. Joseph's H(~spital. She was ~mprovmg and hoping to go to her home ina day or tWO. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Knarr and Mrs. Pauline Wittwer of Lincoln, Nebr. spent from Tuesday until Thursday after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robbins. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Stay of Clifton were Tuesda~y dinner guests and spent the ,day with his sister, Mrs. Fred Oelkers, and Mr. Oelkers. Vachel and I spent Thursday evening visiting with Mrs. Glen Hastings of Lancaster, Calif. at the home of her mo- ther, Mrs. Cleo Dempsey. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kissinger took Janice to Salina on Satur- day to write on the nurse's training examination. Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Leo Sheahan and Joan were: Mr. and Mrs. Vic- tor Sheahan and family of Love/and, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sheahan and family of Randall; Paul Koss and Sis- ter Paulette, brother and sis- ter of Mrs. Richard Sheahan, and a traveling companion, Sister Barbara Marie. of Hur- on, S. D.; and Kenneth Kim- minau of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sheahan and family were also to be there. but Bernard spent the weekend in tile hospital. The Chesebrp Club spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Gloria Heel with 10 members and two guests, Joan Sheahan ~nd Mrs. Clifford Vetter, pre. ~ient. The a~ternoon was spent~ visiting and with our own work. Mrs. Edwin McMillan had a very interesting pro- gram. Carrie Field received a birthday gift from her mystery sister. Our next meeting will be in two weeks. A lovely lunch was served by the hos- tess. Mrs. Guy Robbins and Mrs. Vachel Crawford helped Mrs. Cleo Blending quilt on a quilt Friday. Home Towner -' Monday, March 27--A beau- tiful spring day, sunny 'and' no wind. Yard raking and garden planting in several places. Cloud appearance and weather report both give a little hoPe of moisture. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ross and son, Tim, from Oakley, were visiting over the week- end. Mrs. Armajean Whitney and sons, Chuck and Jim, and daughter, Barbara Whitney, who is home for the weekend from school at Lincoln, all spent Sunday as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross. Mr. Oscar Ross and dough- ter, Mary, who came home from school at Olathe, Mrs, Anna Graham and Mrs. Deli~ Heldt visRed Sunday afternoon at tl~ ~ Rata home. Mrs. Marflyn Sothers held COUNTi? RECORD, MkaV KA'xi.), KAI,iSA/5 Stanley Sales meeting at the home of Mrs. Chat Warren last Monday afternoon. Some of the ladies present were Mrs'. Viola Lovewell, Mrs. Delia Heldt, Mrs. Margaret Warren Mrs. Linda Ayers. the hostess and Mrs. Sothers, sales lady. Thursday evening tile stu dent body of the Lovewell Grade School were the guests of their basketball coach, Burr Diamond, at a chicken dinner at the Buffalo Roam Steak House. All the parents of the students were also present and their teacher, Mrs. Will Foil, and her husband, Mr. Fojt. Quentin Leece was M. C. and a short program was enjoyed. Ricky Leece made the presen- tation of a gift from the stu- denis to their coach and ex- pressed their appreciation for the fine help and patient coach- ing he had given them through several sehool terms. Every one of the patrons also have spoken several times of their appreciation elf the time Mr. Diamond took to train and en- courage these boys in a way that helped them to bring home the first place trophy. Today, the 27th of March, is a day of grief for the family of Mrs. Ida Hobson and to all of us who knew her, when word came Thursday of her sudden death by a heart at- tack. We have known her frorr childhood, since she came through the door of our school, a little slip of a girl with smiling face and gentle voice as she timidly told us her name and age, and asked where her desk was. Thought- ful of her schoolmates and others around her. her kind- ness made her the friend of the other children in the same way it made her a kind gentle mother to her own children in later life. and a wonderful friend to all who knew her and who share their sympathy with her children. Her funeral was held today at Hardy, Nebr. The dust is beginning to blow and the white rock dust from the street is making its usual unwelcome entrance. On a 3 months' stay in Washington State a few years back we ex- perienced the sight of 46 days of continuous rain out of the 90 days spent there. We could stand some of that rain here now, but just be patient, it will come. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers and daughter.~Saunie. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leece, Mr. and Mrs. Chat Warren. Mrs. Delia Heldt and Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Bagley were Easter Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece & Ricky Glad to hear Mr. Fred Ross is much recovered from his recent illness and able to do his own chores. Mr. Oscar Ross and Mrs. Armajean Whit- ney, brother and daughter of Mr. Fred Ross, have been do- ing the necessary chores until Fred's recovery. Mrs. Miriam (Lovewell) Simons ~ind children of Mor- rowville, Kans. were here for the Easter ~eacation at the home of'her mother. Mrs. Alto Lovewell. Mrs Simons' his- bank, John Simons, expects to be in service in Korea from now to June Ist before being discharged. Mr. and Mrs. Don Reed and family were also Easter dinner guests of Mrs. Lovewell. Mrs. Shirley Leece was the happy winner Friday afternoon of a Eureka tank type vacuum cleaner at the Electric Appli- anc~'~how at the auditorium in ~uperior, Denny Furnitur$ Co.!:iWas the donor of this ap? plianee. Congratulations, Shir- ley, Mr. and Mrs. Chat Warren we~e~in Belleville Friday after- noon, They visited their bro- ther, Chas. Doxon and Mrs. Doxon, on their way home. Sorry to find Mrs, Doxon not feeHflg as well as usual. Mr'. and Mrs. Otto Renkin. Ivan, Van Meter and family and Russell Doole and son-in- law, Charles Mikesell of Starr. Ida. were dinner visitors Sun day of Gladys and Chester Van Meter. Monday, April 3rd--Some- what chilly but sunny and. the whole countryside looks better fo~ "the rain which fell Satur- d~y~ a total here of .75 of an filch, although reports were h6avier in other sections, rang- ing from Vz inch to over three inches. Mrs. Gladys Van Meter and Mrs. Chat Warren spent part of Wednesday afternoon at the Emmett Rothchild home for a club business meeting in re- gard to the club beautification project. Mr. and Mra. Elven Leece, besides having cleaned yards, shrubs and flowers around their residence, have been do- ing considerable cleaning on the P. O. grounds and remow ing a lot of the disfiguring trash and clutter from adja- cent ground, andsetting a fine example for a town cleanulb other vacant lots. It has certainly improved the looks of the area cleaned. Mr. and Mrs. Edwyn Poole came Monday to the home of his sister, Mrs. Gladys Van Meter, to visit with their bro- ther, Russell Peele, from Start' Ida. The two brothers had not seen each other for almost 20 years and it was a happy re- union for all. Mrs. Grace Peele is home from the hospital, where she was confined for some time following eye sur- gery. ller eye condition, al- though somewhat improved, still demands an eye bandage constantly and positive reports of its condition are not yet attainahle. A family dinner was held at the Start Vale home in Web- her Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Page of Ok- lahoma. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Haney of Republic and daughter, Max- ine of Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross, Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne. Mrs. Delia Heldt vis- ited in the afternoon. Highlanders E.H.U. The Highlanders E.H.U. met March 23 in Mrs. I)elbert Bird's home. The meeting was opened with the Extension Homemakers Song. Roll call was answere(t by humor by nine members and two visitors Mrs. Eugene Johnson of Oma- ha and Mrs. Don Broeckelman. Mrs. Vaden Davis, Jr. gave a very informative report on Ad- visory Meeting. Offering was taken for the Hospital Fund. Mrs. Donald Bird gave an in- teresting lesson on "Window Treatment". The Spring Tea will be April 10 at 1:30 p.m. at Jewell. Social at. the Commun- ity Center April 8 at 8:00 p.m. with Vaden Davis. ,lr. family hosting. Menu ~s me cream and cake. Mrs. Nolin Hajny won the guess box. It was decided to have clean-up day at the Center at our next regular meeting in April. Mrs. Edward Shute will be the hostess. Club was adjourned following lovely refreshments. --Mrs. Nolin Hajny, P.R.C. Beulah Brinkworth attended the 45th Annual International Council for Exceptional Chil- dren at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel. St. Louis. Missouri. from March 28 to April 1. Next year's meeting will be held in New York City. (First Published in Jewe]l Co. Record, Thursday, April6, 1967) 3t NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING 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 May, 1967. at 10:00 o'clock A.M. in the commissioners' room at the county courthouse at Mankato Kansas. The first session of the Board she/1 be limited in length from the first business day in May to the last business 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 busi- ness day in May, the board shall adjourn until June fifth, 1967. when it shall again re- convene for the purpose of hearing complaints from per- sons who have been notified by the County Clerk of pending changes in their valuations made by the County Board of Equalization as provided 'in G.S, 1959. Supp. 79-1062; but. such adjourned session shall not continue for more than ten (10) days after which the Board shall adjourn sine die as provided by law. Any person desiring to com- plain to said Board of the assessment and valuation of any property in the county made prior to May 1, 1967. may obtain complaint forms rrom the County Clerk of Jew- ell County: Provided that any such complaint in writing must be filed with the County Clerk of Jewell County, Kansas, on or before the fifth day of May, 1967. ALVIN C. PALL, JR. County Clerk of Jewell County, Kansas. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, April 6. 1967) 3t NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT, EXECUTORS Case I~io. 5118 State of Kansas, Jewell Couniv, ss. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of Bertha Mitchell. Deceased. Late of Jewell County, Kansas. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs, devisees, lega- tees and all other persons con- cerned, that on April 3, 1967, the undersigned were, by the Probate Court of Jewell Court- iHURSDAY, APRiE ty, Kansas, duly appointed and kFirst PubliMled in Jev, ell Co. qualified as Executors of the Rcc(x'cd, Thursday, March 2,. Northwestern estate of Bertha Mitchell, de- 1967 Insurance ceased, late oI Jewell County, IN THE PROBATE COURT JACK W. Kansas. O/~" JEWELL COUNTY,. Special All parties interested in sat KANSAS Jewell, Fans. - HA; estate will take notice, and In the Matter of the Estate 42tf govern themselves according- off Earl C. Cole, Deceased ly. All demands not exhibited ;,nd within nine months from theIn the Matter ,ff the Estate date of the first publication of of Ray M. Cole. l)(,('eased. the abovenoticeshallbefor- NOTICE OF H FARING MANFORD ever barred. The State of Kansas to DONALD I. MITCHELL and All Persons Concerned: RALPH W. MITCHELL, You are hereby notified that Bonded Executors. a petition has been filed in Donald I. Mitchell, said Court by (h'ace F. C()leMankato, Attorney. as owner of the herein dc- scrtbed real property, l)r~ ying for the determination of the (First Published in Jewell Co. descent of the following de- Record, Thursday, April6,scribed real estate in JewellDR. J. R. 1967) 3t County, Kansas, to-wit: IN THE PROBATE COURT The East One-half of the Dentist OF JEWELL COUNTY, Southeast Quarter tE'?z Office Hours: 8:30 KANSAS SE!,) of Seclion Nine (9),Afternoon by In the Matter of the EstateTownship Three (3) South, Mankafo, of Elix Beale. Deceased. Range Nine (9) West of NOTICE OF HEARING the 6th P. M., The State of Kansas to and the interests of said Earl All Persons Concerned: C. Cole, deceased and Ray M. You are hereby notified that Cole, deceased, therein, and a petition has been filed in further prayir~g for the deter said Court by Elixis Jay mination of the descent of all Beale, Executor of the Will of other property, real and per sonal or interests therein, own- Elix Beale, Deceased, pray- ing for settlement and allow- ed by said decedents or by once of the executor's final either of them at the time of account and final settlement~their death: and you are here of said estate, including the by required to file your written assigning of title in accord- defenses thereto on or hefore t c the 14th d ly of Al}rd 1967 at n 'e with the terms uf said - ~ ', " will arid the laws of Kansas ] 10:00 o'clo(,k a.m. of said (lay. t It ]n stud corot m lhe C,ty of pp 'cable thereto, and for]" ,. ' , , ' , ', Dr. John J. final distribution" for con- ] Mankato, Kansas, at whi('h struetion of the will of said[time and place said cause will Optometric Eye decedent' for final discha~te I be heard. Shoul(l you fail Smith Center, .S Itherem judgm(nt and decree of the executor from his trus ; ~ " , " ~ ; and you are hereby required] will be entered in due course to file your written defenses upon said petition. thereto on or before the 28th Witness mv hand in the cilv day of April. 1967 at 10:00of Mankato in said termly and o'clock a.m. of said day, in state tl~is 171h day of Mar('h. Coin said court, in the city of Man- 1967. WASttERS & kate, Kansas. at which time GRACE E. COLE, and place said cause will be Petitioner. A convenient way to' heard. Sheuld you fail there- By: Robert [t [deyer, Open 24 hours in. judgment and decree willHer Attorney. Seven days a be entered in due course up- ATTEST: Byron R(,gers. MANKATO on said petition. Witness nay (Seal) PrO)ale ,Ju(l~(, Phone FR hand in the city of Mankato. .--- in said County and State, this I 31st day of March. 1967. UNITED ELIXIS JAY BEALE, Petitioner. Dr. Merwin By: Robert H. Meyer, RINDS INC Doctor of Dental His Attorney. Y * 8:00 a, m. to ATTEST: Byron Rogers, WADDELL & REED, Monday Through (Seal) Probate Judge Inc. First Door South Drug Stare Mutual Fund Shares Phones: Office FR (First Published in Jewell Co. STANLff MARR Record, Thursday, March 30, Residence FR 1967~ 3t Closed IN THE PROBATE COURT ESBON, KANSAS OF JEWELL COUNTY, II KANSAS i, In the Matter of the Estate Wilbeek Rest of Luther X. Everson, an In- For Men or capacitated Person. [ V0[ Before... Licensed by the NOTICE OF HEARING Rooms Have Radio ON PET,T,OH SALE Sound So Full, OF REAL ESTATE The State of Kansas to All SO~'---timar, So Truel Member Kansas ican Nursing Home Persons Interested in the Es- tion tate of Luther X. Everson, an 308 Incapacitated Person: Phone FR 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 Helen's Beauty an Incapacitated person, pray- Shampoos - Sell[ ing for an order for the sale of Permanents the following described real es- 1st House Norl! tate. situated in Jewell County, Sweden Kansas belonging to said es- Phone FR 8-35111- tate, to-wit: The West One-half of the Northwest Quarter (WX/a A FULL~ NW~A); the East One-half OR CL~I~IZR ~ll~R[~J of the Northeast Quarter GREETING (E'/~NE); the South One- R K SHOPPER half of the Southwest " For All Quarter (SVzSW) ; and II II Birthday, Cheer, the ,Southeast Quarter (SE~ except the West 29 rods of the' ncirthwest quarter of said southeast Mankato Feed and R-K sHoPPE quarter; all in SectionBnd Trucking Service Thirty-two (32), Township Mankato, Kansas One r(2x) South, Range Nine~o~ West of the 6th ICC and KCC Carder P. M. in Jewell County,Cargo Insured Kansas, Eldon W. Grout Col. Ed and The Northeast Quarter Bus. Phone Fit 8-3381; General Farm (NE'A) of Section Eighteen RetJ. FR 8- 60] When Thinking a Sale, See Me (18), Township Two (2) FIl~t Servize & Quality Phone FR 8-3336" South, Range Nine (9) West of the 6th P.M. in Handling of All Loads Jewell County, Kansas, ~4 or 16 Ft. Trucks - Call or the purpose of paying the US for Semi debts of the said Luther X. Everson and because said sale II ._ roll For T. V. is in the best interest of him Radio Service. and of his estate, and at L & B Electric, You are hereby required to Dr. James L. Don Is a 8rod-ate file your written objections or TEACHWORTH Trade School, defense thereto, if any, on or Chiropractor ~nd has al o before the 21st day of April, Zenith Service 1967 at 10:00 o'clock a.m. of Located 2 miles south of Wichita. said day, in said court, at Superior, on state highway CALL which time and place said Phone875-8652 cause will be heard, Should L ~ B you fail therein, order, judg- Manka O ment and decree will be enter- ed in due course upon siad For This petition. Witness my hand in the city of Mankato in said county and state this 27th day of March. 1967. D. K. BALCH. ~gS~l~ Conservator of the estate TREE of Luther X. Everson. an CLE/~IN~ Incapacitated Person. A41TN~ltl~ WMIM-IUR HIATIlN(I By: Robert H. Meyer, ~ ~IItE|...[ASY I[ILI~ NORMAN His Attorney. Phone FRontlet ~ATTEST: Byron Rogers (Seal) Probate Judge l)r. Dale A. Optometrist 1202 N. Mill 3 doors North of Theatre Phone 262, I'eloit, AUTOMATI /" i