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,' : , , , ? Catfish Worth Millions Manhattan -- Research of two Kansas State University Scientists, Dr. Otto W. Tiemei- er and Dr, Charles W. Deyoe, kq revolutionizing channel cat I fish production methods andI making feasible the idea that [ catfish "farming" can become t a multi-million dollar industry ha Kansas. Tiemeier is shown here feed hag pellets, made from a for- mula the scientists developed, to experimental fish at K- 1tate's Fisheries. Research 1,a boxatory near Tuttle Creek Dam at Manhattan. The pell- ets are high in protein and economical to feed. The 2S- pond catfish laboratory at K- State covers 93 acres and is the only one of its kind in the world. Kansas wholesale and re tail food dealers, feed menu gacturers, tourist recreation promoters, farmers and ranch ers are among the believers in the catfish industry's poten- T IIII I a a I m i i Illl I 'The Christian Science Monitor Norway St., Boston, Mass, 0211S Please enter my subscription to the ~llnitor for the period checked be- | enclose ,~__--- (U.$, Funds) rl I YEI~R $24 I-1 6 months ~;12 !"1 3 months ~6 Z I P Code PM.I Wanted AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC TRAINEES to fill responsible positions after training. No exper- Ience necessary, only de- sire to improve your stand- ard of living. Train in your home town. Age no prob- lem. JEWELL CO. RECORD Mankato, Kans. - Box 11 46t3 L Ill I I reminds all anglers that they We wish Mrs, Enyeart a are still interested in regis speedy recovery-. tering record-breaking fish Mr. and Mrs. David Wesner and family are visiting her caught from Kansas' waters Spring is a good time for )arents, Mr. ar,~d Mrs. Alfred taking of hmker fish and ex- Andersen, this week. They ceptionally large specimens of have been living; in Washington game fish should be weighed D. C. but have moved to Chi- carefully to determine if they cage. Mr. We.,mer is a cam- are hu'ge enough to rate in the mercial pilot. record books. Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Davis, The rules for registration are Jr. and family ,~isited the Jay sintp/e but must be followed. Gilletts Sunday ,evening. The Highland Ladies Aid First, weigh the fish on state inspected scales legal for trade was again positioned last week in the presence of at least two because of the weather. witnesses. Then, measure the Mr. and Mrs. George Carter total length of tire fish and its of Mankato were Sunday sup- girth, per guests in the Charley Love Be sure to have a good pic home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald ture taken of the fish with the Skelly and P, oger Skelly of angle( .... a sharp, glossy pho Wichita were visitors in the to is required for inclusion Love home Sunday, a week with the record application, ago. The Highlanders Extension If possible, it is a good idea to Un, ff will hold~ their regular contact a representative of the Forestry, Fish and Game Coin- meeting at the Center this mission for species verifies- Thursday. Th~ ladies plan to tion. clean the building. Record application blanks Mr. and Ml~. George Dei- are available by contacting the chen of Smith Center were Fish and Game Commission, Sunday dinner guests at the Box 1028, Pratt. Kansas 67124, Robert Thompson home. Mrs. Eldon Thompson visited the I/ere is a list of tim current Thompsons on Tuesday. state records: Northern Pike Mrs. Donald Bird and faro- 14 lbs.. 8 oz.: Largemouth Bass. ll ]bs., 3 ozs.: Spotted Bass. 3 lbs., 12V2 nzs.: Wall- eye, 10 lbs., 8 ozs.: Channel Catfish. 32 lbs.: Flathead Cat fish, 86 lbs., 3 ozs.; Bullhead 4 lbs.. :P~z ozs.: White Bass ily, Mrs. Lester Bird, Law- rence Bird, and Tara helped Ramona Bird celebrate her 5th birthday at the Delbert Bird home Tuesday evening. Mary Bird was an overnight guest of Ramona. 5 Ibs., 4 ozs.; Black Crappie, Sheila and Sandra Hooton 4 lbs., 10 ozs.: White Crappie, spent Friday ~ight and Satur- 4 lb., % oz.: Bluegill, 2 lbs., day at the Floyd Hooton home. 5 ozs.: Green Sunfish, 2 lbs., The biggest, news in this 2 ozs.; Drum, 27 lbs.; Carp, area is the variety of weather. 24 Ibs., 9 ozs.; Sturgeon, 4 lbs.; We have received about 1Vz Buffalo. 29 lbs., 14 ozs.: Pad- inches of rain in the last three dlcfish. 26 lbs.: Gal:, 28 lbs. rains. Then early Sunday mar- mnz a real snowstorm. We only received about .10 inch of moisture out of the storm. The temperature dipped to 25 de- grees Sunday night. This isn't By Mrs. Dalbert Bird original but very timely. Who Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillett says television is the only one who can have a Second Sea- of Hurr Oak were Wednesday son? evening guests in the Jay Gill Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gillett and ett hi)me. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bird family were Sunday dinner guests at the Andy Smith home and family visited the Ralph in Northbranch. Hootons Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Claron Paxson. Mrs. Edward Shute was lay Aubrey Gass, Henry Diecker. Mrs. Forrest Hockett, Mrs, Le- land Frost and Pamela were callers last week at the Clar- ence Shook home. The Shooks visited Clarence's parents last week at the Downs and Smith Center Nursing Homes. Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Nelson " and Karen visited in the Ralph Shute home Thursday evening. M'r. and Mrs. A. W. Schlagle of Ft. Collins, Colo. were Mon- t day visitors at the C. D. Pax- son home. ! Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 ankara, Kansas II I II II SPECIAL SUMMER SUN AND FUN SAVINGS ON USED CONVERTIBLES, WAGONS AND CARS i ,i CARS 196~ CAMARO Convertible; 327, 4-Spd., Buckets and Console. 1906 CHEVELLE SS396 Convertible; 4-Spd., Buckets and Console. 1986 CHEVELLE SS396 Sport Coupe; 4-Spd,, Buckets and Console. 1966 OLDSMOBILE 98 Town Sedan; full power a4nd i~ ' all'; like new. ~', ,1~, CHEV. BEL AIR 4-Dr. Sedan; Y-8, AT, PS; 9,000 ~'. Aetugl Miles; Priced to Sell. 1566 IMPALA Sport Coupe, Demo; 327, AT, PS, Vinyl Reof; Low Mileage. 1~ CHEV. BEL AIR 4-Door; V-8; One local owner; White, red interior .............................................. $1995.00 1~t1~ CIIEVELLE MALIBU 4-Door Sedam; Demo; V-8, AT, PS. 2~ PONTIAC CATALINA Coupe; Power and Air; Low Mileage; Locally Owned. 11165 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-Door Sedan; Power and Air; like new. SOLD. 1966 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-Dr. Sedan; 6 Cyl., Standard Shift; Lo~ally Owned. 19~.S CHEVELLE MALIBU Station Wagon; V-8, AT, Air. |9~5 CHEVELLE S. S. Coupe; V-8, Power and Air; Vinyl Roof. 15~ PLYMOUTH FURY Ill 4-Dr. Sedun; V-8, AC; Very Clean. 1965 PONTIAC GTO; 4-Spd., Console and Buckets. 1~ IMPALA Sport Coupe; V-8. AT. 1965 OLDSMOBILE DYNAMIC 4-Dr. Sedan; Power gad All'; Loc~lly Owned and Priced to Sell. 19~ FORD CUSTOM 500 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; Priced Right. SOLD. 1964 IMPALA Sport Coupe; V-8, AT. 1964 BUICK LeSABRE Convertible. 18At CHEVELLE MALIBU Sport Coupe; low mileage; locally owned. 1964 OLDS JET STAR Iloliday Sedan; Fitll Power and Air, 1~3 BUICK LeSabre Convertible; One Owner. 119f~ IMPALA Super Sport; Red, 4-Spd,; Double sharp. 1~6~ IMIPALA Cpe.; Power and Air; Really nice. SOLD. ~ CHEV. IMPALA Coupe; Red in color. INS CHEVROLET BEL AIR; 6 cyl., standard. 1~I'/ CHEVROLET BEL AIR; V-8, AT. SOLD. TRUCKS 111611 (~HEV. ~ Ton LN; 4-Spd., 6 Cyl; like new. 1f/58 CilEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd., 15~/.~-ft. Kn~phelde box, hoist, new engine; one local owner; very clean. 19~ CHEV. 2-Ton; V-8. 2-Spd., 102 CA. I~1~ CItEV. ~i Ton; 6 Cyl., 4-Spd.; Priced Rifht. CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd., 6 Cyi., Box und Hoist. CAWKER CITY, KANSAS Home Towner Monday, April 24 -- A bright sunny morning at 9 a.m. after a cold night and heavy white frost over everything at 6 a.m. Is it going to do much damage to wheat, fruit, flowers, and garden? It has all melted and gone and shrubbery and flow- ers are raising their heads and do not seem too badly hurt. Full moon and a bright night are said by manY to be the 'Sunday morning sur-. )rised most of us by bringing uite a snowstorm at intervals all forenoon. Quite a little snow piled up on the north side of buildings but with this excep- tion, each interval of snow melted by time next one be- gan. It all brought more mois- ture anyway which can be con- sidered welcome, Some who were ready to start corn plant- ing are waiting a day or so. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gillilan brought Mrs. Sophia Holstine to the Chat Warren home Sun- day evening to visit while they drove to Concordia to take their son, Jan, back to college. Their oldest son, Joe, will graduate this year from Con- cordia Junior College, and he plans attending college at Man- hattan this coming' year. Jan is also planning to go to Man- hattan. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Doxon were dinner guests Saturday of Mrs. Goldia Doxon in Jew- ell. Mr. Chat Warren, who spent ten days in the Republic Co. Hospital at Belleville returned to his home last Tuesday. Among his visitors this past week were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren. Miss Margo Warren, Laurnece Leece and Jake Vad- er. A destructive fire at ,the Ivan Warren home occurred about 5 a.m. Sunday morning, when it was discovered their hog house was on fire. The fire was discovered by a small grandson, who wakened his gra il e ta, with whom he , EW LT: C@UN'rZ RECORD, MANKA:xO, KANSAS 3art of it up to share with Mrs. Alto Lovewell, only to find her quite ill in bed. Mrs Lovewelt thought her illness was caused from breathing the fumes from pasture spraying in a pasture just across the road from her. Her grand- daughter, Mrs. Anna Margaret Reed, was called anti she noti fled the doctor who told her to bring her to the hospital. Her real condition will not be as- certained until later and ev eryone is hoping it will not ~rove serious. Dinner guests Sunday at the Chester Van Meter home were their daughter, Mrs. Don Rog- ers, her husband and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ott Renken of Formosa and their son, Dick Renken, his wife and children were afternoon callers, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van Meter were supper guests Sun- day evening at the Stanley Van Meter home. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, April 27, 1967) It ORDINANCE NO. 117 An Ordinance declaring Hen- ry Street lor One-Half Block between Grand Avenue on the West to the West Side of the Alley running North and South through Block 7 on the North and Block 14 on the South in the City of Esbon, dewell County, Kansas, to be a Main Trafflcway, under the authority of K. S. A. 12-685 to 12690, both inclusive. WHEREAS. the primary function of the following des- cribed street - Henry Street for one-half block between Grand Avenue on the West to the West side of the alley run- ning north and south through Block 7 on the north and Block 14 on the south - shall be the movement of through traffic between areas of con- centrated activity within the City and traffic fac'ilittes out- side the City and performing the functions of a major traf- ficway. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOV- ERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF ESBON, JEWELL COUN- TY. KANSAS: Sect'ion 1. That Henry Street for one-haft block between Grand Avenue on the West to the West side of the alley run- ning North and South through Block 7 on the North and Block 14 on the South be de- signated as a main trafficway. Section 2, That all ordi- nances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 3. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publi- cation in The Jewell County Record. the official City paper. PASSED by the Governing Body and approved by the Mayor this 24 day of April, 1967. CARL L. SAPP, Mayor of the City of Esbon, Jewell County, Kansas. ATTEST: T.R. Smith, (Seal) City Clerk. (First Published in Jewell Co. R~ecord, Thursday, April 27. i ~"'~! 1967) ,2t ~ RESOLUTION WHEREAS. It is deemed necessary by the Governing Body of the City of Esbon Jewell County, Kansas, to re- surface Grand Avenue which has heretofore been declared a main trafficway, and to re- surface Henry Street for one- half block between Grand Av- enue on the West to the West side of the alley running north and south through Block 7 on the north and Block 14 on the south, a main trafficway, in the City of Esbon, Jewell Coun ty, Kansas, as provided by law; NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GOV- gRNING BODY OF THE CITY 3F ESBON. JEWELL COUN- ITY, KANSAS: THAT it is necessary to re- surface Grand Avenue which has heretofore been declared a main trafficway, and to resur- face Henry Street for one-half block between Grand Avenue on the west to the west side of the alley running north and south through Block 7 on the north and Block 14 on the south, a main trafficway, in said City of Esbon, Jewell County, Kansas, and it is the intention of the governing body to resurface and otherwise im- prove ~aid main trafficways, and that the estimated cost of said improvements is $6,000.00: BE IT FURTHER RESOLV- ED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF ES- BON, JEWELL COUNTY, 3rotest is filed with the City Clerk, signed by not less than 10 percent of the qualified e/ectors who voted at tire last preceding regular City elec- tion, as shown by the p()ll books, within thirty (30) days after the publication of said resolution. ADOPTED and passed by the Governing Body of the City of Esbon, Jewell County, Kansas, this 24 day of April, 1967. CARL L. SAPP. Mayor of the City of Esbon. Jewell County, Kansas. ATTEST: T. R. Smith, (Seal) City Clerk. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, April 27. 1967) 3t RESOLUTION CREATING SPECIAL CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND WHEREAS, The Board of Education of Unified Sclmol District No. 276 of Jewell Coun- ty or Counties. ]s authorized by law. K.S.A. 1965 Supp. 72- 67.112. to make an annual tax levy for a period of not to exceed five (5) years of not to exceed four (4) mills, upon ;ill taxable, tangible property in the district, for the purpose of creating a capital outlay fund for the purpose of con- struction, reconstruction, re- pair, remodeling, additions, furnishing and equipping of such buildings, architectural expenses incidental thereto and the acquisition of building sites, and the acquisition of scimol buses; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That an annual tax of not to exceed three (3) mills is hereby levied upon all taxable, tangible pro- perty in Unified School Dis- trict No. 276, County of Jewell, ~State of Kansas, for a period of not to exceed one (I) year as provided by law and the same shall be credited and paid into a special capital out- lay fund during such time to provide a fund of not to exceed $15.100.00 to be used for re- pairs, remodeling, construc- tion. equipping and furnishing the same. payment of archi- tectural expenses, and the ac- quisition of school buses. BE IT FURTHER RESOLV- ED That this resolution be published once each week for three consecutive weeks in the Jewell County Record. a paper of general circulation in said district, as provided by law. and the said levy shall be effective after said three pub- lications unless a sufficient pe- tition in opposition is filed within forty (40) days with the Clerk of said board following the last publication thereof. BE IT FURTHER RESOLV- ED That unless a petition shall be filed as provided in K.S.A. 1965 Supp. 72-67,112, the Clerk of said board shall certify a copy of this resolution to the County Clerk of each county in which any part of the dis- trict lies immediately follow- ing the end of forty (40) days from the last publication there- of. In the event a sufficient petition is so filed, the board shall submit the question to the voters of said district at an election called for the pur- pose as provided by law, . ADOPTED This 6th day ~)f March, 1967, by the Board .of Education of Unified School District No. 276, County of Jewell, State of Kansas. MELVIN D. SHIPLEY, President. Norita R. Dodd, Attested by Clerk. (First Published in Jewell Co, Record, Thursday, April 27, 1967) 3t tN TtiE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS Case No, 5120 In the Matter of the Estate of Louise C. Sellhorn, Deceas- ed. ;NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR WITH WILL ANNEXED To. the Creditors, Heirs, De- visees and Legatees of Louise C. Sallhorn, daceased, and all other persons concerned: You and each of you will take notice that on the 24th day of April, 1967, Alice L. Sellhorn was appointed admin- istrator with will annexed of the estate of Louise C. Sell- horn, deceased, and duly qual- ified as such executor and let- ters of administration with will annexed were issued to her on April 24, 1967, by the Probate Court of Jewell County, Kan- sos, All parties interested in said estate wiU take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit thoix de~ against the said estate within nine months irom the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited they will b0 forever harred. ALICE L. SELLHORN, Administrator with will annexed of the estate of Louise C. Sellhorn, deceased. Manford Holly, Attorney for Administrator. ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (Seal) Probate Judge (First published in the Jewell County Record Thursday, April 20. 1967) It IN THE DISTRICT COURT JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS THE CITY OF MANKATO, KANSAS, a Municipal Corporation, Plaintiff, -vs- LYDIA ELLEN SAGE and LEE SAGE. her husband DELBERT- WILSON STEV- ENSON and MADLYN STEV ENSON, his wife; and THE FEDERAL LAND BANK OF WICHITA, Wichita. Kansas. a Corporation, Defendants. Case No. 8221 NOTICE OF HEARING TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS and all other persons concerned: Ynu are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court praying for an artier decreeing that plaintiff has the right of eminent do- main and for an order condemning the follow- ing described tracts of land for water purposes for use by the City of Mankato. Kansas a Municipal Corporation and a City of the Third Class. said tracts being described as fol- lows. to-wit: Two tracts of land located in the Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Eleven (11). Township Two (2) South, Range Eight (8) West of the 6th P. M.. Jewell County. Kansas, and more particular- ly described as follows: (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 (1/10) 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 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 (1/10) acre more or less, and for an order for a hear- ing on said petition and for the appointment of appraisers as provided by law. You are further notified that an order for hearing has been entered and that hearing thereon is set for April 28, 1967. at 10:00 'o'clock A. M., of said day in the District Court Room in the City of Mankato, Kansas. You are further notified that in said petition an easement is asked with right of ingress and egress to and from said well sites and that adequate compensation be allowed for said well sites and for said easements prayed for. You are hereby required to file ~our ~r/tten defenses thereto enyir/~!~hat plaintiff has th~ right d~ ~m~ent domain an~i for the appoint~nent of ap- praisers on or before said date and time or a judgment and decree will be duly enter- ed upon said petition. THE CITY OF MANKATO. KANSAS. a Municipal Corporation By G. A. Cristman, Mayor. Manford Holly, City Attorney and Attorney for Plaintiff ATTEST: Carol Ross Clerk of District Court (SEAL) (First Published in Jewell Co, Record, Thursday, April 20, 1967) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS in the Matter of the Estate of Wilbur Blair, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to All Perso~s Concerned: You are hereby tmtified that a petition has been flied in said court by Birdie Blair. ex- ecutrix of the will of Wilbur Blair, deceased, praying for settlement and allowance of the executrix' final account and final settlement of said estate, including the allowance of fees and costs of probating said will. for a decree order- ing distribution; for construc- tion of the will of said de- cedent: for final discharge of the e~eeutrlx from her trust: and you are hereby required to Dle yettr w~itten defenses ri~H/.JRSDAY, APR U, thereto on or before May !2, 1967 at 10:00 o'ch)ck a,m.. of said day, in said Court, in the City of Mankato, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail lh,wein, judgment and decree will t)(, entered in due course upoll >;,id oetition. Wit hess lily han([ ill the City of Mankato, in said f',Otllliy and Stale, this 17th day o[ At)ril, 1967. BIRDIE BLAIt{, Petitioner. By: R()bcrt It. Meyer, tler Altorney. ATTEST: Byron Rogers. (Seal) Prol)ale Judge. Northwestern Insurance JP.CK W. Special JeweH, Kans. - 42t{ Bonded Mankato, (First Published in .h,wcll Co. Record, Thursday, April 13, 1967) 3t IN TttE PROBATE COURT OF ,IEWI,:LI~ COI/NTV. KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Cora Sirley, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been fih'(t ic said Com't by J. R. ttarrison. praying f()f issu;ince ()1 lett(,rs of administration to Lowell DR. J. R. Dentist Office Hours: 8:30 Afternoon by Mankato, ])r. Dale A. Optometrist 1202 N. Mill 3 doors North of Theatre Yasmcr. anti thaL said est;ll,e Phone be administered in manner i~l)~, provided |)y law and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto oll or before May 5, 1967 at 10:00 o'clock a.m.. of said day, iu said court, in the City of Man- kate. Kansas m which time and place said cause will be heard Should you fail therein. iudgment and decree will be entered in title course upon said petition, Witness my hand in the City of Maknato. in said county and state this 10th day of April. 19(;7. J. R. HARRISON, POitioner. By: Robert H. Meyer. His Attorney. ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (Seal) Probate Judge. Dr. John J. Optometric Eye Smith Center, Coin WASHERS & A convenient Open 24 hours Seven days a MANKATO Phone FR UNITED FUNDS, INC. WADDELL & REED, Inc. Mutual Fund Shares STANLEY MARR ESBON, KANSAS Dr. Merwin Doctor of Dental 8:00 a. m. to 5:0@ Monday Through First Door South Drug Store Phones: Office FR Residence FR Closed II lever Before... Sound So Full, So Clear, So Truel Wilbeck Rest For Men or Licensed Rooms Have Member Kansas lean Nursing Home ti0n 308 N. Phone FR Helen's Beauty Shampoos - Permanents: 1st House Sweden Phone FR 8-356I - A mLL. OR CLEARER HEARINGI R-K SHOPPER III ( . , ~ t ,ijtt Mankato Feed and Seed and Trucking Servt Mankato, Kansas ICC and KCC Carrier Cargo Insured Eldon W. Grout Bus. Phone Fit 8-3381; Res. FR 8-360) Fast Service & Quality Handling of All Loads or 16 Ft. Trucks - Call us for Semi GREETING For All R-K Col. Ed Mont General Farm When Thinking a Sale, See Me Phone FR 8-333~ - Dr. James L. TEACHWORTH Chiropractor Located 2 miles south of Superior, on state highway Phone 875-8652 I For T. V. Radio Service. at L & B Eioett~, Don is a Trade School, ~nd has aim Zenith Service Wichita. CALL LAB M For 'lStt t/WllMIAlfllO W/UlM IR NfAlrmti kOW PlUClS... ILAiY T|ItlIS TREE CLEARING, NORMAN Phone 13111