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PAGE 4~ CG NrZ ECOKD', IHORSDA, AP~:,f L II Waunlta Welt The manager and Board of ,Directors of the Jewell County Co-op Association entertaine(I Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Dunstan .with a dinner on Wednesday evening at the Buffalo Roam ,Steak House at Mankato. Those attending besides the honored ~guests were Manager Francis ~Frye and Mrs. Frye, Mr. anti Mrs. Vachel Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Joerg Mr. :and Mrs. Otis Clark, Mr. and :Mrs. Dwgiht Marr and Mr and Mrs. Joe Broker. Mr. IDtmstan recently retired from the Board of Directors after serving 12 years. . Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Field visited their niece, Mrs. Emer- son Worick, of JewelJ i)11 Fri day, who is a surgical patient in the St. Joseph's lh)spital in Coneordia. They also called on Mrs. lena Kissinger at the Concordia Rest Home. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boyer entert#ined with a birthday party on Tuesday evening, Ap. ril 4th, honoring their daugh- ter's, Pamela, 4th birthday. Other guests were Pamela's little sister, Tena, anti her I)ro- ther, Ivan, Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vin Boyer and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sheahan. Refreshments nf ice cream and cake were valescing at his home. serv-~d, Mrs. Golda l)oxon of Jewell Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hnb- was a caller Sunday afternoor er, Sr. were coffee guests on at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday morning of her Chas. Doxon. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Officers of the Formoso Weir of Belleville. Later they Alumni Association held a bus- drove to Concordia and were iness meeting Sunday evening [~ilIDel' guests of Mr. and MI's. ;-it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ross and family, l,ewis l)unstan. The date for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simmons the Alumni reunion and ban- drove to Elk Creek, Nebr. on quet has t)een changed from Monday morning to attend tim May 29th to May 27th. Follow~ funeral of his cousin, West ing the meeting Mrs. Dunstan Carmine. Tire deceased wasserved refreshments. the husband of one of tim Cody Mrs. Dale Ross, Mrs. Sherry twins, who used to visit here Lavoie and daughter, Lea Am quite frequently at the home of ha. and Mr. Terry Strait of Mr. Simmon's father, the late Concordia were Sunday after~ John Simmons. Mrs. Walter noon callers at the homes of Grimm accompanied the Sire Mr. and Mrs. Ross Higbee, mons as far as Burchard, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber Nebr. where she visited her Sr., and Mrs. Martha Huber. sister, Mrs. Will Yarpie. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Greenberg of Jewell and Mr. Pcterson in Belleville on Fri- and Mrs. Howard Bucknell of day for a covered dish hmch- Hardy, Nebr. were dinner con were Mrs. Lewis Dunstan guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cleo Blanding, Mrs. He Earl Tobias. ward Appleby, Mrs. Vernie Formoso City Election was Emigh of Formoso and Mrs. held on Tuesday, April 4th. Elmer Chadd of Courtland. thrward Patrick was rc elected Ira Turner of Wichita was a Mayor. Reelected Councilmen Sunday morning caller at the were Virgil Mohler and l,a Kenneth Huber, St'. home. verne Stansbury. Newly elect- Michael Higbee, son of Mr. ed Councilmen were Vaughn and Mrs. Jack ttigbee, had his Stafford, Ben Free and Edgar tonsils and ;adenoids removed Isaacson. Friday at the Belleville hospi- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. tal. He was ciismissed on Sat- and Mrs. Nelson Keeler. Julie urday al'ternoon and is con- and Jeff were Mr. and Mrs. COME IN ANI) ,EE US ABOUT YOUR I)on Keeler of Derby, Kans.. i Mr. Donnie Keeler and chil- dren of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Garry Keeler and daughter of Washington, Kans., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall of Abi]ene were house guests ov- er the weekend of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dunstan. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Florell of Jamestown and Mrs. Howard Patrick were dinner guests on SORGHUM SEED, Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fhrrell. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Field of ANI) WEED SPRAY NEEDS Riley spent the weekend visit- ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Isaac of Mankato and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Field. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Dewey and their son, Babe Dewey. drove to Salina Saturday even- ing to gel: their daughter, Mrs. tlaro]d Warr, who arrived that O Phone 794.2411 Formoso, Kans. II ~vening by jet from ttacienda Heights, Calif. Mrs. Warr came to attend the 50th wedding an. niversary of her parents nn ApriJ 17. The family will ob serve the occasJoll with a din net' on Sunday, April 16th, Mrs. Bert Diamond of Weh- bcr, Mrs. tloward Appleby of Formoso, Mrs. l)ale Frickson and Mrs. Victor Hurtig, St. of Courthmd were coffee guests Tuesday morning of Mrs. Vic tot Hurtig, Jr. near Courtland. The Applebys were also coffee guests Sunday afternoon of Mr and Mrs. Chet Russell of Courtland. Harold Morris and l,ewis Dunstan have been doing some shingling and repair work at the Harlow Watson home. Mr. and Mrs. i,i. B. Dewey are remodeling and building on a large kitchen, utility room and bathroom on their proper- ty located in the west part of town. As soon as the work is completed the Deweys plan to move to this location. Howard Ross had a new at- tractive modern type awning instalh, d on his store buihting last week. Mrs. Clarence Pu]ok and children of Iuka, Kans. brought her mother, Mrs. Georgia Stafford, back to her home on Friday evening and spent the weekend visiting relatives here Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Volker and family were among the group for Sunday dinner at the Staf ford home. Larry Stafford, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stafford of Formoso, a junior in the Courthmd High School. ac companiedthe junior and sen- ior Vocational Agricultural class and their sponsor, Mr. Russell Nelson, Morman Feed dealer of the C0urtland area Chapter secretary, Mrs. Agnes Kansas. Balch, in observance of hi,,: The first session of the Boarc Golden Wedding Anniversary. shall be limited in length f, om Mrs, Balch was presented athe first business day in May beautiful cake plate trimmed to the h!st business day in May, in gold. Mrs. Claricc Peteete during which time the Board had made and decorated a may adjourn from time to time lovlqy ('ake, and with Mrs. Fleuhfll th)wland and Mrs. l)e liah Field, th,'y decorated the table for the nccasioo. Mrs Balch cut the cake which was served with a jelln salad, eel fee, mints and nuts. Miss Mar= garet Balch i)I' Coneordia, who had spent the day with her attended the chapter meeting and party. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smith of Twin Falls, Ida. were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Orville James. These four people were close friends some 30 years ago and this is the Hrst meeting to see Mr. Smith since that time. S-Sgt. I)onald and Mrs. Firm ing drove to Leonardville Sat- urday and met Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howhmd who accompan- ied them to Kansas City. Mr. Fleming left that evening by )lane for military service in Vietnam. Mrs. Fleming and two sons are with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce 1lowland. Mrs. Maude ttowland enter- tained the Friendship Club at her home Friday afternoon. The members conducted the program and roll call was an swered by a spring poem or verse. Mrs. Ethel Clark won the hostess package and Mrs. Clara Clark, the guess box. Mrs. Atta Rathbun received a birthday package from her" heart sister. Seven members were prnsent and three guests. Sarah Baird, Florence Nelson and Margaret Gertson. The hostess served a nice lunch. as may be necessary, and al the expiration of the last busi- ness day in May, the boarr shall adjourn until June fifth 1967, when it shall again re convene for the purpose of hearing complaints from per sons who have been notifiec by the County Clerk of pending changes in their valuations rnade 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 wfluation of any propt~rty in the county made prior to May 1, 1967, may obtain complaint forms from 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. FALL, JR. County Clerk of ,lewell County, Kansas. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, April {~, 1967) 3t NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT, EXECUTORS Case No. 5118 Slate of Kansas, Jewell County, sS. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY. Mrs. I)oris Lee Kitts enter In the Matter of the Estate to Quincy, Ill. last week where tained the Hawthorne Club on nf Bertha Mitchell, Deceased they visited the huge Merman Thursday afternoon. The regu ~Late of Jewell County, Kansas. feed plant and farm. They al lar session of business was [ Notice ig hereby given to the so visited other places of in- carried (rut by the officers, Icreditors, heirs, devisers, ]ega- terest, including the Mark Twain Museum at Hannibal, Me. The Formoso Chapter East- ern Star held their regular meeting Thursday evening with a large attendance and several visitors. Following the closing of the chapter, a sur prise party was held for the along with the election of offi- cers. Mrs. Kitts is the new ~resident, Mrs. Jane Jaeobs, vice-president, Mrs. Pat John- son, secretary, and Mrs. Edna tlughes, treasurer. A nice lunch was served by the hos- tess. Miss Delia Joerg of Beloit, Mrs. Etta Young and Mrs. Emma Joerg were Sunday din- ner guests of Mrs. Margaret Gertson. Mr. and Mrs. David Dema- ray of Burr Oak were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville James. The Formoso Legion Auxil iary will serve a creamed chicken and hot biscuit supper at the Legion Hall Saturday evening, April 15th. Serving starts at 5:30. Mrs. Nelson Slainbrook spent Thursday and Friday with her mother, Mrs. Maude Howland. BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION -- OPERATING UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVISION Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 With a real good run of livestock on hand Thursday, Miss Lucy Wiley attended April 6, our market was active. Bigger kinds of feeding the Central Kansas Conference ank cattle looked 5Oc to 75c higher than they have been sell- meeting of the W.S.C.S. at at o, Kansas ing in the past two weeks. Butcher cattle and cows and lightweight cattle sold fully steady. Not too many feed- Hays from Wednesday until ing hogs around Thursday but what was on hand sold Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Dean Rose, Miss Helen Stafford and at good prices. Listed below are a few sales from our Mrs. Glenn Grout, Jr. spent last Thursday's auction: Thursday attending the con- ference. GET A KING-SIZE DEAL ON A Leo Sybora, Deweese, 6 black bull calves, avg. wt. LATE-MODEL OK USED CAR 280, at $29.00; lrvin pettit, Burr Oak, 4 black steers, avg. wt. 535, at $25.10; Robert Jensby, Hardy, 33 black steers, (First Published in Jewell Co. avg. wt. 736, at $24.05; Andy Stafford, Formoso, 3 white- Record, Thursday, April 13, THEY'RE AT WACONDA MOTORS faced steers, avg. wt. 583, at $24.50; Hugh Copes, Hardy, 1967) 3t AND AT A PRI('E YOU CAN IIANI)LE 37 whitefaced steers, avg. wt. 920, at $23.55; Gary Nell- IN THE PROBATE COURT sen, Bostwick, 2 whitefaced steers, avg. wt. 775, at $23.40; OF ,fEWELL COUNTY, Robert Jensby, Hardy, 35 hereford and angus steers, avg. KANSAS CARS wt. 848, at $23.40; George Lockwood, Burr Oak, 24 here- ford heifers, avg. wt. 520, at $22.25; Ed Hornbussel, Sup- In the Matter of the Estate erior, 3 black steers, avg. wt. 500, at $26.70; Emery Mar- of Cora Sir!ey, Deceased. 1966 OLDSMOBILE .98 Town Sedan; full power andtin, Superior, 2 whitfaeed heifers, avg, wt. 395, at $25.00; NOTICE OF HEARING : air; like new. Don Finnell, Superior, 7 whitefaced steers, avg. wt. 532, The State of Kansas to i; ttW, BCI~flEV. BEL AIR 4-Dr. Sedan; V-8, AT, PS; 9,000 at $25.40; Carl Gartner, 2 wtfltefaced steers, avg, wt. 790, AJl Persons Concerned: ~ ~ .a~ttt~l Miles; P~ced to Sell. . l~t $23.00; Ella~ Summers, Webber, 1 roan cow, wt. 1150, You are hereby notified that ~ '1966 IMPALA Sport Coupe, Demo; I~E$7, AT, P$, Vinyl ~t $16.75; Andy Stafford, Foi~gSo, ~1. whltefaced cowd a petition has been filed in " , R/~); tlh S ,uth Ooe- half i)1 the Southwest Quarter (S~SWV, i; and the Southeast Qcarter (SE~A) except the West 2!} rods nf the northwest quarter of said southeast quarter; all in .