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PAGE 4B E-q LL COU q MA KA'I O KANSAS iiiURSDAY Wauuita Weir Mr. and Mrs. Andrew star'- ford spent the weekend visiting at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hocker and Cynthia, of O'Fallow, Me. While there they helped Cyn- thia celebrate her 4th hirthday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ttow- land were dlnner guests Sun- day of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Howland. Mr. Art Shaver of Jewell and Mrs. Gordon Grimes of Mankato were Sunday after noon visitors of Mr. and l~lrs. ROy" Keeler. Callers. during the week were Mrs. Atta Rathbun Mrs. Laura Spiegel, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Temple, and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Stansbury. S;arah and Frances McCune have bought a nice home in Mankato, formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson on north High Street. They are making plans to move in the near future. Those from this area who attended a Farm Bureau mcel in g in Mankato on Thursday evening were Mr. at~d Mrs. W L. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keeler and Mr. and Mrs. Ed win Marr, Mr. Frank Shedden of Grand V.iew, Me. spent the weekend at the home of his mother. Mrs, Elsie Shedden. Mrs. Lu- dlle Lindberg of Courtland was a visitor of her mother on Fri- day. Afternoon visitors Were Mrs. Paul Freeman and ehil- d, ren and Mrs. Ernest Frec man, also of Courtland. Mrs. Jack Reed entered the Belleville hospital on Thursday and on Friday underwent ma Jor surgery. Mrs. Maude Abram of Jamestown was a guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Itaskins. In the afternoon the ladies called on Sarah and Frances McCune. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Amos of Courtland were Sunday dinner |uests of Mr. and Mrs. Brad- |ey Keeler. The Formoso P.T.A. are sponsoring an athletic banquel to be held on Friday evening, April 28, at the school auditor- ium. Guest speaker will be Mr. Jim Anderson of the Courtland school. The pot luck I table Every one service. is vited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson spent Saturday visiting reta fives at Pratt, Kans. and also attended tim 75th anniversary of the Langdon Methodist ChtH'ch at nearby Langdon, Kans. Mrs. Johnson attended in- 16, at their home near For- moso with a family dinner. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. John Doxon and daughter of Omaha; Mr. Lynn Doxon of Peru, Nebr.; Mrs. David Pet arson and Mike of Hays; Mr. and Mrs. Lyall Doxon of For- moso; Mrs. Golda Doxon, Mr. this church while growing up and Mrs. Bob I)oxon and sons in this vicinity. Mrs. Nolan McGinnis and children of McFarlane, Kans. were house guests over the weekend at the home of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keeler, Julie and Jeff. On Sun- (lay they were all dinner ~uests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wright in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Dewey were honor guests at a family dinner held Sunday, April 16, at the American Legion Hall in Formoso honoring their 50th wedding anniversary. The din ing table was beautifully de- corate(l with a three tier wed ding cake, candles, and floral arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey were married April 17, 1917. at Minneapolis, Kans'as. They are the parents of three children, Edmond. Victor, and Freda. Those attending the happy occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Dewey, Formo- so; Mrs. Harold Warr. Hart. cnda Heights, Calif; Mrs. Ed I)ewey and children, Milton- wde; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth l)ewey, Clay Center; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dewey, Formoso; Mr Jed l)ewey l)elphos Mrs. Grace Collinsl Wamego; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Griener and son, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Smith and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. l)onald Wilson and family, Mrs. Ethel Griener, Mrs. Zella Wary of Salina; Mrs. Leona Vh, nfing of Formoso: and Mrs. Curtis Terrill and children of Burr Oak. Ttle honor guests received many beautiful gifts and cards from their many rel- atives and friends. Mrs. Dew- ey'~ 87 year old mother was unable to attend. Mrs. Cleo Blanding drove to I)ouglas, Kans. for a visit at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bhmding and daughters. Mrs. Isis Bowles accompanied her part of the way, and is visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dellett and children at E1 Dor- ado. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doxon of Jcwell; Mrs. Chat Warren of Lovewell; and Mr. and Mrs Wendell Hunt and daughters of Ellis. Mr. Ray Ellsworth of Mankato was an afternoon vis- itor. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Field visited Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Worick near Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hettinger took their daughter, Mrs. Al- bert Peltier to Hastings on Sun- day where she took the train early Monday morning for her home at San Mateo, Calif. The Hettingers visited friends in Hastings before returning to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson and son of Mankato were the guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Logan. On Monday evening the Logans visited at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Logan and daughters, in Ionia. Mrs. Etta Young entertained the Hawthorne Club at her home Thursday afternoon with eight members present. Mrs. Margaret Gertson was an in- vited guest. Mrs. Doris Lee Kitts was in charge lof the program. The next meeting will be held at the hdme of Miss Florence Nelson~. The hostess served nice refresh- ments. Frank Shedden of Grand View, Me. was a caller Satur- day afternoon at the Joe Has- kins home. Floyd Ross was dislmissed from the Veterans Hospital in Grand Island. Nebr, on~Thurs- day and is making a satisfac- tory recovery. Miss Miriam Huglm~ and her fiance of Denver) Colo. were recent weekend Visitors of her parents, Mr. anal Mrs. Clayton Hughes. Joe Kingsley was severely injured while working l at his I farm south of townTuesday of- ternoon. He was in a ~3 foot pit repairing an engine when something went wrong. He supper will be served at 7 observed their 59th wedding o'clock. Please bring your own ] anniversary on Sunday, April @ )ulance Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 Idankato, Kansas WItEN WE SAY THEY'RE O.K. YOU CAN BANK ON IT! ChRS 19116 OLDSMOBILE 98 Town Sedan; full power and air; like new, 1966 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-Dr. Sedan; V-8, AT, PS; 9,000 Aetu~! Miles; Priced to Sell. 19662IMPALA Sport Coupe, Demo; 327, AT, PS, Vinyl Roof; Low Mileage. 1966 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-Door; V-8; One local owner; managed to pull himself from the pit and was makfng his way to the car and collapsed. Junior Stafford and Howard Field, Sr. were passing by and saw him and brought him to his home in Formoso. He was taken to the Be]leville hospital for x-rays and other tests and returned home on Saturday. Last reports were that he was suffering from a severe pain in his leg. Mrs. Cleo Blanding enter- tained the U and I Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. The time was spent playing cards and the hostess served a nice lunch. Mrs. Vernie Emigh went to Wichita Thursday for a visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud MeGeary and daughters. They all attend- ed the Ice Capades there that evening. Elizabeth Abel of Burr Oak spent several days last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes while her parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Abel. attended a Bankers' Con- vention in Kansas City. Mrs. Nina Libhart of Caney, Kans. who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. Mabel Robb, bins of Randall and Mr. Don Uzdill of Mankato. The hostes served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Frazier of Wichita spent Saturday vis- iting his father, Frank Frazier, and Mrs. Frazier. Reported rainfall for the past week amounted to 1.60 inches. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jacob welcome. 1)on's Western cedent; for final discharge of within nine monlhs from ~ ~~ Swingers will furnish the mus the executrix from her trustdate of the first publication of ic. Also donation tickets are and you are hereby required to the above notice shall be for- available for a chance on a file your written defenses ever barred. saddle to be given away May thereto on or before" May 12, DONAID I. MITCHELL and 21st at the Horse Show. 1967 at I0:00 o'clock a.m., of RAIPtl W. MITCIIEI,L, Barbara Junker. said day, in said Court, in the 'Exert to,'*. :City of Mankato, Kansas, atDonahl I. Mitchell, NOTICE which time and place said Attorney. cause will be heard. Should,,, The Esbon E.U.B. Mother. you fail therein, judgment and son of Manhattan were houseDaughter Banquet will be held decree will be entered in due guests over the weekend of April 25th at the Esbon High course upon said petilion. Wit- Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hughes. School. Everyone welcome, ness my hand in tile City o1' Miss Florence Nelson, Mrs. Margaret Gertson and Mrs. Emma Joerg were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Etta Young. Junior Studer of McPherson spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Studer. The Formoso Community Li- brary Children's Story ttour will be held Saturday. April 22, at 3:30. "The Nicest Time of Year" by Zhenaya Gay, "Seven Chicks Missing" by Cathrine Barr, "Angelo The Naughty One" by Helen Gar- rett will be read. The Athena Junior Women's Club present- ed these children's hooks fo the library this week: "The Horse that had Everything" by Newlin B. Wildes, and "Mogo's Flute" by Hilda van Stockum. Mrs. John :Magnus- son and Mrs. Jack Higbee gave books to the library this month. These are greatly appreciated. Mankato, in said County and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harrison State, this 17th day of April, of Pueblo, Colo. visited at the 1967. ,lira Murray home last Friday They were here for the funeral of his sister, Cora Sirley. (First published in th( Jewcll County Record Thursday, April 20, 1967) It IN THE DISTRICT COURT BIRDIE BLAfR, Petitioner. By: Robert H. Meyer, Her Attorney. ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (Seal) Probate Judge. (First Published in Jewell Co. JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS Record, Thursday, April 13, THE CITY OF MANKATO, 1967) 3t KANSAS, IN THE PROBATE COURT a Municipal Corporation, OF JEWEbL COUNTY, Plaintiff, KANSAS vs- In the Matter of the Estate LYDIA ELLEN SAGE and of Core Sirley, Deceased. LEE SAGE, her husband NOTICE OF HEARING DELBERT WILSON STEV- The State of Kansas to ENSON and MADI.YN STEV All Persons Concerned: ENSON, his wife; and THE You are hereby notified that FEDERAL LANI) BANK OF a petition has been filed in WICHITA, Wichita. Kansas, a said Court by J. R. Harrison, Corporation, Defendants. praying for issuance of letters Case No. 0221 of administration to Lowell NOTICE OF HEARING Yasmen, and that said estate TO THE ABOVE NAMED be administered in manner Bert O. Reed - Obituary DEFENDANTS and all other provided by law, and you are --- ,rson concerned: hereby required to file your Bert Orvil Reed was born You are hereby notified written defenses thereto on or to Perry and Harriet Reed on that a petition has been filed before May 5, 1967 at 10.60 April 1O, 1886 in Warren Coun in said court praying for an o'clock a.m., of said day, in ty, Iowa. He passed away at order decreeing that plaintiff' said court, in the City of Man- the hospital in Superior, Ne has the right of eminent do- kate, Kansas at which time braska on April 13, 1967 at the main and for an order and place said cause will be age of 81 ye~irs/and 3 days. condemning the follow- heard. Should you fail therein In 1896 he left Iowa with his ing described tracts of land judgment and decree will be parents and moved to a farmfor water purposes for use by entered in due course upon in Kansas. the City of Mankato. Kansas. said petition. Witness my hand On March 13. 1907 he was a Municipal Corporation and a in the City of Maknato. in said united in marriage to Lulu Vi- City of the Third Class. said county and state this 10th day ola Demeray. To this union tracts being described as for of April 1967. were born two sons, Harold,lows, to-wit: J.R. HARRISON. who dkd,~, in infancy, and Ev. Two tracts of land located in Petitioner. erett L. the Northwest QuarterBy: Robert H. Meyer, MostofBert's life was spent(NW%) of Section Eleven His Attorney. in or near.Burr Oak farming(IlL Township Two (2) South, ATTEST: Byron Rogers, or operating a shoe repair Range Eight (8) West of the(Seal) Probate Judge. shop. Except for the nine 6th P. M., Jewell County. years he izorked in a shoe Kansas, and more particular- (Well No. 9) - Beginning at a point 1.310.40 feet South and 666.97 feet East of the northwest corner of said section 11, thence East 66 feet. thence South 66 feet, thence West 66 feet. thence North 66 feet to the place of beginning, containing one tenth (1/1O) acre more or less. (Well No. 10) - Beginning at a point 1,316.25 feet South and 30 feet East of the northwest corner of said Section II. thence East 66 feet, thence South store at Frankfort. Kans. Hely described as follows: was a good neighbor, always ready to help in sickness or trouble. He took ill on July 14, 1964 and after leaving the hospital was confined to the Belden Rest Home- in,, Superior, Nebr. where he spent the last two years and nine months. Surviving him are his son Everett L. of Burr Oak; his wife. Vivian; one grandson, Pvt, Merl Reed, stationed at Fort Leonard Wood. Me., and his wife, Fern; and one great grandson, Michael Dean Reed: one brother, Alva, of Nampa, Ida.; five sisters. Mrs, Sattie 66 feet, thence West 66 Olena, Mrs. Christina Zimmer- feet. thence North 66 feet man. Mrs. Trecie Roe, Mrs to the place of beginning, Bessie Wyatt, all of Superior, containing one tenth Nebr., and Mrs. Bertha Roe (1/10) acre more or less. (First Published in Jewel/ Co. Record, Thursday, April6, 1967) 31 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The Slate 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 shall 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 of Caldwell, Idaho; two bro- and for an order for a hear- as may be necessary, and at thers-in-law: and numerous mg on said petition and for the expiration of the last bust- nieces and nephews, the appointment of appraisers ness day in May, the board One sister, Mrs. Ada Roe. as provided by law. You are shall adjourn until June fifth, preceded him in death, further notified that an order 1967, when it shall again re- Funeral services were heldfor hearing has been entered convene for the purpose of at the Methodist Church inand that hearing thereon is hearing complaints from per- Burr Oak April 15, 1967 at 3:00 set for April 28. 1967. at 10:00 sons who have been notified p.m. with Rev. G. R. Also-o'clock A, M., of said day in by the County Clerk of pending brooks officiating, the District Court Room in changes in their valuations Music was furnished by Mrs. the City of Mankato, Kansas. made by the County Board of Gene Johnson and Richard You are further notified that Equalization as provided in Gates, in said petition an easement G.S. 1959, Supp. 79-1062: but. Casket bearers were Gale is asked with right of ingress such adjourned session shall Tegley, Glenn Paul, Derald and egres~ to and from said not continue for more than ten Decker, Arthur Coekroft, Har- well sites and that adequate (I0) days after which the White. red interior ........................................... $1995.00 1906 CHEVELLI~ MALIBU 4-Door Sedan! Demo; V-8, AT, PS. 1956 PONTIAC CATALINA Coupe; Power and Air; Low Mileage; Locally Owned. 1966 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-Door Sedan; Power and Air; like new. 1966 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-Dr. Sedan; 6 Cyl., Standard Shift; Locally Owned. 1965 CHEVELLE S. S. Coupe; V-8, Power and Air; Vinyl Roof. 1965 PLYMOUTII FURY Ill 4-Dr. Sedan; V-8, AC; Very Clean. 1965 PONTIAC GTO: 4-Spd., Console and Buckets. 1965 OLDSMOBILE DYNAMIC 4oDr. Sedan; Power and Air; Locally Owned and Priced to Sell. 1965 FORD CUSTOM 500 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; Priced Right. 1954 CHEVELLE MALIBU Sport Coupe; low mileage; locally owned. 1964 OLDS JET STAR lloliday Sedan; Full Power and Air. INS BUICK LeSabre Convertible; One Owner. 1955 IMPALA Super Sport; Red, 4-Spd.; Double sharp. 1962 IMPALA Coupe; Power and Air; Really nice. 1958 CHEV. IMPALA Coupe; Red in color. |~8 CHEVROLET BEL AIR; 6 cyl., standard. |957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR; V-8, AT. TRUCKS 1965 CHEV. 1,,/., Ton LN; 4-Spd., 6 Cyl; like new. 1958 CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd,, 15b/z-ft. Knapheide box, hoist, new engine; one local owner; very clean. 1~18 FORD Truck; 2-Spd,, Kn~pheide box, hoist, new engine. SPECIAL .................................................. $895.00 if163 CHEW. 2-Ton; Y-8, 2-Spd., 102 CA. I962 CHEV. :~ Ton; 6 CyI., 4-Spd.; Priced Right. 1960 CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd., 6 Cyl., Box and Hoist. I # Max Dudley, Howard Reeee, Lyndon Booz SALESMEN: Bill Ludwig, Orval Pamge CAWKER CITY, KANSAS I I I|1 in Courtland was a dinner lVey Silsby and Lynn Harris. compensation be allowed for Board shall adjourn sine die 1~ Interment in Burr Oak Cem- ~aid well sites and for said ~s provldedbylaw. |eterF : Vith, Kramer Funeral easements prayed for. You l~ers0n desiring tO eom- I Ho~e in charge, are hereby required to file 15 'shid 'BO;~r~'.0f the --- your written defenses thereto ~ssessment and valuation of CARD OF THANKS denying that plaintiff has the any property in the county right of eminent domain and made prior to May 1, 1967. We wish to express our for the appointment of ap- may obtain complaint forms thanks and appreciation to our praisers on or before said from the County Clerk of Jew- friends and relatives for the date and time or a judgment ell County: Provided that any cards, floral offerings, and and decree will be duly enter- such complaint in writing must guest Thursday of Mrs. Floyd Ross. Miss Phyllis Dunigan of Kam sas City is spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dunigan and other rela- tives. Mrs. Vivian Payne entertain- ed the Double-Six Club at her home Friday afternoon with 7 members present. The ladies enjoyed a social afternoon fol- lowed by nice refreshments. Word has been received here of the critical illness of Mrs. Goldie Gertson Whitford of Buellton, Calif. She had heart surgery on Tuesday and re- mains very ill, Mrs. Maude Howland was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Howland and Te.rry. The Mystic Circle Club was entertained Thursday after- noon at the home of Mrs, Ruth Berneking. Mrs. Deliah Field and Mrs. Isis Bowles were guests. Mrs. Ella Patterson was in charge of the program. A nice lunch was served by the hostess, Miss Delia Joerg of Beloit spent Saturday evening visit- ing Formoso friends and rela- tives and also visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Joerg in Courtland. Mrs. Joerg was recently dismissed from the Beloit hospital and kind expressions of sympathy. extended to us during the loss of our loved one. A special thanks for the food brought in and to theW. S. W. S. for the lunch served at the church. Your thoughtfulness will long be remembered. Mr. & Mrs. Everett L. Reed Pvt. and Mrs. Marl Reed and Michael Dean, ed upon said petition. THE CITY OF MANKATO, KANSAS. a Municipal Corporation By G. A. Crislman. Mayor Manford Holly, City Attorney and Attorney for Plaintiff ATTEST: Carol Ross Clerk of District Court (SEAL) Westernaires (First Published in Jewell Co. ---- Record, Thursday, April 20 The Jewell Co. Westernaires 1967) 31 met Sunday, April 16th, for a IN THE PROBATE COURT trail ride at Swede Bergman's OF JEWELL COUNTY, at Ionia. After the ride every- KANSAS one met for a weiner roast In the Matter of the Estate and the ride back to Swede of Wilbur Blair, Deceased. Bergman's. Had a real good NOTICE OF HEARING turn-out. About 60 people came The Slate ef Kansas le and 41 rode on the trail ride. All Persons Concerned: 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 Jewell County, Kansas. First Published in Jewell Co. ,record, Thursday, April 6, 1967) 3t NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT, EXECUTORS Case No. 5118 Stale of Kansas, Jewell County, 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- Northwestern Insurance $,a_CK W. Special Jewell, Fans. (First Published ir ,lowell Co. MANFORD Record, Thursday, April 6, 1967) 31 IN TIlE PIg()BATI,; C()UI{T Bonded OF JEWt'_;LL COUNTY, KANSAS Mankato, In the Matter of the Estate of Elix Beale, l)(,('ease(I. Elix Beale, l)cceased, pray ing for settlement and alh)w- ance of the executor's final account and final settlement of said esiate, in('luding the assigning of title in accord- ance with lhe l(,l't(ls of said wil/ and the laws of Kansas applicaMe thereh), and for fimtl distribution; for con- struction of the will of sai(I decedent; for final discharge of the executor from his trust: and you are hereby required to file your wrilten defenses thereto on or before the 28th day of April, 19[;7 at 10:(10 o'clock a.m. of said day, in said court, in the city of Man kate, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail there- in, judgment and decree will be entered in due course up- on s,~i(I petition. Wilncss my hand ie the city of Mankato, in said (,aunly and Stale. this 31st day of March. 1967. ELIXIS ,lAY P, EAI~E, Petitioner. By: Robert H. M(ver. His Attorney. ATTEST: Byron Ro,d(rs. (Seal) Probate .ludgc NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are her('by nolified 0mr DR. J. R. a petition has been filed in Dentist said Court by Elixis .lay Office tiours: 8:30 Beale, Executor of the Will of Afternoon by UNITED FUNDS, INC. WADDELL & REED, Inc. Mutual Fund Shares STANLEY MARR Mankato, l)r. Dale A. Optometrist 1202 N. Mill' 3 doors North of Theatre Phone 262, Dr. John J. Optometric Eye Smith Center, AU' Coin O WASftERS & A convenient way tfl Open 24 hours Seven days a MANKATO Phone FR ESBON, KANSAS II 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 Iovor 8ef0re... Licensed by the Sound So Full, Rooms Have So Clear, So Truel Member Kansas lcan Nursing A FULL OR CLEARER HEARING! R-K SHOPPER 308 N. Phone FR Helen's Beaut Shampoos - Ist House Sweden Phone FR 8-3561 - I Mankato Feed and Seed and Trucking Servtee Mankato, Kansas ICC and KCC Carrier Cargo Insured Eldon W. Grout Bus. Phone FR 8-3381; Res. FR 8-360] GREETING For All Birthday, Cheer, ,sary, Thank R-K Col. Ed General Farm When Thinking of Service & Quality a Sale, See Me fog Handling of All Loads Phone FR 8-3336 - 24 or 16 Ft. Trucks - Call us for Semi I I II I For T. V. II Radio Service. Call atL&B Dr. James L. Don is a graduate TEACHWoRTH Trade ,School, Chiropractor has also Zenith Service Located 2 miles south of Wichita. Superior, on state highway Phone 875-8652 We had some new members You are hereby notified that tees and all other persons con- and guests. Among some of a petition has been filed in cerned, that on April 3, 1967, those present were president of said court by Birdie Blair. ex- the undersigned were, by the the Beloit Saddle Club. Gary ecutrix of the will of Wilbur ate Court of Jewell Coun- Belden and wife, Lynn Seams Blair, deceased, praying for ty, Kansas, duly appointed and ~l~~{~.~R~,.qTl~[/ and family, Mrs. Gene Rose settlement and allowance of qualified as Executors of the '" and Rodney, Wendell Meyer the executrix' final account estate of Bertha Mitchell. de- is eonvalescing at her home. and family, Swede Bergman, and final settlement of said ceased, late of Jewell County ...................... Mrs. Cleo Blanding enter- Mrs. Butler and family, Mabel estate, including the allowance Kansas m.. tained the Past-Sixteen Pin- Countryman and Mrs. Don of fees and Costs of probating All parties interested in said[ 'JI~W PlU~I~I...I~t| T|IIM~ 0chle Club at her home on,Schmidt and family, said will, for a decree order- estate will take notice, andI Friday evening. Guest players [ The West~rnaires are having ing distribution: for construe- govern themselves according- [ were imd M e. Gt ' 20th. I veryone tion of the will of said de- ly. All demands not exhibited] L&B Mankato For This TREE CLEARING, NORMAN Phone FRonfl i Call