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PAGE 4B Edith Folger Quarterly Meeting is to be here Friday and Saturday May 5 and 6 Services begin at 10:30 each morning. Fred Littlefield of Wichita, Yearly Meeting Evangelistic Supt. and a form er pastor here, is to preacit Friday morning and both after- ~Xms after the business meet lags. Roscoe Knight & a Gos. l~el Team from Friends Bible College at Itaviland has the 7:30 service Friday evening and the Saturday morning ser- '(ice. Everybody welcome. Ida Pugh went to Belleville ~unday to visit her grand son Bob Pugh who got his leg broken just above the ankle last week in a ttonda accident. ~ls0 to help her grand (laugh ter Carolyn Ostrom celebrate her birthday. Mabel Dunham of Clay Cen- ter Kansas., State Promotion Secretary, conducted a very ature of 21 degrees this Men day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Menden hall, David and Arden went to Beloit Sunday to help Mrs. Neve I,itton move to another house. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alex- ander got home from their eastern trip last week. A very nice Mother l)augh ter hanquet was Imld at Esbon last Wednesday evening. Eddie Bali is stationed at the Chicago Great l,akcs Naval Training Center instead o[ San Diego, California. Mr. and Mrs. Morrie ttill- man are tire parents of a new baby girl bnrn Saturday even ing and will answer to the name of Shelly Anette. They are at the Smith Center hos- pital. Mr. and Mrs. tterman ltake and little girls and great grandma Georgene Bossen ~ent out to see them Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen and Lee ttooton spent Tuesday evening of last week with interesting W.C.T.U. workshop last Wednesday at tim church. Mr. and Mrs. Earl l{inard took her father Mr. IIassman to the hospital at Red Cloud Sunday for tests. Martha Harris is having her porch enclosed and hcr house re-shingled. Edgar Glover is doing the work. She is the first in this community to s(q hens and hatch little chicks this spring. A varmit got one of her mother hens but. didn't ~et the little chickens. Clear but cold this Monday morning. Has frnzen a number of nights the past week and a little moisture. Mrs. E. E. Ransom After three days of a mm'e Qr less h~rd wind from south and west that nelte(I us nolh ll)g but a few drops of rain that fell from a nasty looking little black cloud Sunday evening. At that we are lucky to get the tornadoes or the bad snows that olher Dlaces got. Here it is the first day of May and time for crop planting any time almost. 1 did see a man drilling in for qe crop the last of the week. Hope it does not freeze. Colby, Kansas Is reporting a temper- Paul Heiman. We were sorry to hear that tlarry Colson had passed away last Saturday and we want to express our sympathy to his family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hillman and Renae and Paul Heiman ~ere at the Lee [{o()ton ]lome for a pancake supper last li'riday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mechs- nor went to Richmond, Kan- sas the first of last week to visit relatives and report that lhe freeze got the potatoes and other tender Ihings there too. It froze ice again here last night and the c.old wind is again blowing hard for the fourth day here. Miss Debbie Boller and Miss Kathy Whelchel were Sunday afternoon visitors of Miss Nan('y Jo Pate. Mrs. Es- thee Whelehel and' Mrs. Ruth Obert called late afternoon at the Mrs. Lorena Pate home to take Kathy home. Mrs. R. Avison The Don Spooners bought the Milton Rogers' house in the east part of town and have moved in. Mrs. Katie Mendenhall took Phone Night or Day: FR 8-3211 Cleveland to Concordia for his check ~up Wednosda~v. Mrs. ShiprJ~y stayed a~ the Variety Storc~ LeLand Winston of Lebanon called on Fxed Paxsons Wed- aesd~' afternoon. Mrs. Nile Jeffers and Mrs. ttaze[ Shipley were in Lebanon and l~ed Cloud Tuesday. Ver.~al Smith of Ayr, Nei)r. visited his parents, the Bert Smitl~s, Friday afternoon. Lany2ta Smith nnd family aad Jerry Gardner and son spent Thursday afternoon with ,lea- niece (McCleery) DeBey and familw at her farm home north of Downs. Mrs. Edna Thronson and family~ Mrs. Jeaniece DeBey and ct~,ildren, Mrs. Dale Flynn and der:vghter, Mrs. Dell Hayes and Mrs. Albert Rothman vis- ited Y'riday afternoon with Lena McCleery. Cynthia Enyeart of Overland Park I~'ought her father, Rev. Earl b2myeart, home Saturday afternoon where he spent the last 10 days to be with Mrs. Enyeart: who had surgery on Wednesday morning at Re- search ltospital. Cynthia left early Sullday morning for Ov- erland Park. Mrs. Frances Kindler and Mrs. L~crita Gibbs visited Mrs. Ann Regan Thursday af- ternoon. Mr. anti Mrs. John McCleery were Sunday dinner guests at the Everett Terrill home at Burr Oa~. Mr. amd Mrs. C. H. Frost were Sun,day dinner" guests at the James Johns' home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siebert of Burr Oak were Sunday din- ner guest,s at the R. Avison home. Mrs. Ca:.Tol Kindler and Mrs. Nila Jeffers were in Beloit on Thursday. Max Balls are driving a new Ford. Nine froan Esbon Christian Church attended the 5th Sun- day Rally ~t Randall Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Baker' home were the Bill Bakers, Jack Bakers of Superior an~d the Claude Wad- (lies of Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith and family spe~at the weekend at the Gerald Wassenberg home at Marysvilfe. Girl Scout Service Team The Girl Scout Service Team met April 2;8 at the home of Virginia Rightmeier. Marlys Jensen. Marjorie Hulbert and Linda Borden, District Advisor from Salina attended. Registra- :ion for Day Camp was passed out. Don't foxget the cook-out at the City Park May 10 at 10:00 a.m. for the leaders and anyone helping with Day Camp. Training for Day Camp for the towns of Beloit, Le- banon. Mankato and Smith Center will be held May 16 at ' E'@ELi CC TJNI: RECORD, / /ANKA'IO, KM;,gAT, Stn'plus ........... 25,000.00 U'ndivided profits . 95,864.60 Total Capital Accounts ........ $145,864J~0 'lMtal Liabilities and Capital Accounts $920,218.97 MEMORANDA E,oans as shown above are after d.eduction of ~ aluation reserves of ................ 6,769.33 I, A. R. Kingsley, of the above-named bauk do hereby declare that this report of con- ditiun is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. R. KINGSLEY We, the undersigned direc tots attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been ex- amined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. Lewis H. Dunstan, Taylor It. Clark, Dale H. Switzer, Directors. (First Published in the Jewell Uounty Record on the 4th day of May, 1967) 3t IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JlliWELL COUNTY, KANSAS Ruth P. Thompson, Plaintiff, vs Case No. 8226 John A. Rockafellow, et al, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT The State of Kansas to John A~ Rockafellow, John A. Rockefellow, J. A. Rockefel- 10w, John Rockefellow. Fred- erick Beeler, William Lans- den, D. M. Gants, Monte Gants, Del Monte Gants, Rob- ert T. Gants, Bauke Buikstra, Gerritje Buikstra, Lizzie Deters, Elizabeth Deters, Dena Deters, Diena Deters, Jessie Gants, Jessie H. Gents, Julian Deters, Bertus Deters, Gilbert Deters, Harold Deters, Marten Buikstra, and the un- known heirs, executors, ad- ministrators, devisees, trus- tees, creditors, successors and assigns of such of the defen- dants as may be deceased, the unknown heirs, executors, ad- ministrators, devisees, trus- tees, creditors, successors and assigns of Del Monte Gants. deceased, and of Bauke Buik- stra, deceased, and of Diena Deters, deceased, and of Jes- sie H. Gants, deceased, the unknown spouses of the de- fendants; the unknown exe- cutors, administrators, de- visees, trustees, creditors. successors and assigns of such of the defendants as are or were partners or in part- nership; and the unknown guardians, conservators and trustees of such of the defen- dants as are minors, or are in anywise under legal dis- ability, and all other persons who are or may be concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in the District Court of Jewell Coun- .- r~_~yA... 'scribed tracts of land for water purposes for use by the City of Mankato, Kansas, a Mun- icipal Corporation and a City of the Third Class, said tracts being described as follows, to wit: Two tracts of land in the Northwest Quarter (NWVD of Section Ten (10), Township Two (2), South, Range Eight (8) West of the 6th P. M., Jewell County, Kansas, and more particularly described as follows: (Well No. ll) - Fleginning at a point 2,998.52 feet West and 1,445.46 feet North of the southeast cor- ner of the Northeast Quar- ter (NE%) of said Section Ten (10), thence North 66 feet, thence West 66 feet, thence South 66 feet, thence East 66 feet to place of beginning, con- taining one tenth(1/10) acre more or less (Well No. 12) - Beginning at a point 3,612.33 feet West and 1,676.21 feet Northof the southeast corner of the N()rtheast Quarter (NE%) of said Section Ten (10), thence North 66 feet, thence West 66 feet, thence South 66 feet, thence East 66 feet to the place of beginning, containing one tenth (1/10) acre Irlore or less, and an easement upon and across said land with right of ingress and egress, as follows: From the Public Road bounding the East Half of the Northwest Quarter (E~A of NW~/4) of Section Ten (10), Township Two (2) South, Range Eight (8) West ef the 6th P. M., Jewell County, Kansas, on the south thereof, thence North along the West line 'thereof to Whiterock Creek, thence along the South bank of said creek in a northeasterly meand- ering direction to a point due West of the Wellsite of Well No. 12, thence in a southeasterly direction on a straight line to the Wellsite of Well No. 11, same to he a strip ten (10) feet wide for the pur- poses herein stated, and same to be a Permanent easement. and for an order for a heai-ing on said petition and for the appointment of apprmsers as provided by law. You are further notified that an order has been entered set- ting this matter For hearing on the l lth day of May, 1967. at I0:00 o'clock A. M., in the District Court Room in the City of Mankato, Kansas. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before said time and date. Should you fail therein iudgment and decree will be entered in due course upon htankato, Kansas _ I I I HEY DAD!---When You Go Home Tonight why not give our best to the Mrs. ...O.K.? CARS an IH7 CAMARO Convertible; 327, 4-Spd., Buckets d Console; Demo. 1986 CHEVELLE SS396 Sport Coupe; 4-Spd., Buckets and console; Demo. 1966 OLDSMOnILE 98 Town Sedan; full power and air; like new. 11~ CHEV. REL AIR 4-Dr. Sedan; V-8, AT, PS; 9,000 i96~* atm~! Mii~; Priced to Sell. !I~.ALA ~Imrt Coupe, Dome; $2?, AT, PS, Vinyl Roof; Low Mileage 1~6 CHEV. nEL AIR 4-Door; V-8; One local owDm'! White, red interior .............................................. $1995.00 1~)66 PONTIAC CATALINA Coupe; Power and Air; Low Mileage; Locally Owned. 1966 ~HEV. BEL AIR 4-Dr. Sedan; 6 Cyl., Standard Shift; Locally Owned. 1965 CHEVELLE S. S. Coupe; V-8, Power and Air; Vinyl Roof. 196.5 PLYMOUTH FITRY III 4-Dr. Sedan; V-8, AC; Very Clean. 1965 IMPALA Sport Coupe; V-8. AT. 1965 OLDgMOBILE DYNAMIC 4.Dr. Sodas; Power and Air; Locally Owned and Priced to Sell. 1964 IMPALA Sport Coupe; V-8, AT. 1964 CHEVELLE MALIBU Sport Coupe; low mileage; locally owned. 1964 OLDS JET STAR Holiday Sedan; Full Power and Air. 1964 IMPALA 4-Dr. liT, 4 Spd., Sharp. 1964 IMPALA 2-DR. Ii. T., Sharp; yellow; black interior 1~ C~-IEVY II, 4-Dr.; Auto.; 6 cyl. 1962 IMPALA Super Spt.; power; really nice. l~Sg IMPALA Cpe.; Power and Air; Really nice. SOLD. 1958 CHEV. IMPALA Coupe; ]Red in color. 1960 IMPALA 4-Dr. If. T., 4 Spd. Sharp 1958 CHEVROLET BEL AIR; 6 cyl., standard. TRUCKS 1965 CHEV. ~ Ton LN; 4-Spd., 6 Cyl; like new. 19611 CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-Spd., 15~-ft. Kn~phelde box, hoist, new engine; one local owner: very clean. 1963 2-Ton CtlEV. V-8, 2 Spd; 6,600 ~wtual miles; 16' foldover and hoist, New. 1963 CHEV. 2-Ton; V-8, 2-Spd., 102 CA. 1962 CltEV. Ton; 6 Cyi., 4-Spd.; Priced Right. |~ CHEV. 2 Ton; 2-$pd., 6 CyL, Box and Hoist, CAWKER C 'Y, KANSAS the V.F.W. Hall at Mankato ty, Kansas, by Ruth P. from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Thompson, plaintiff, praying Everyone bring a sack lunch, for a decree and judgment Reporter ,to pie t0, S h~d pet~tmn on or~ -- quieting title and possession -- . in plaintiff and against all de- Dr D M Fmr and family . : ". fendants in said action, in and of St Franms arrived Wednes . " to the following described real day evening for an overnight estate, situated in Jewell stay at the home of his par- aauntv ~'an.~ ta wit. ents Mr and Mrs F R Fmr .............. ~. ' ,_ - .-~" - " . " ': z.~S ~Ine ~.~), Ten' (iu), on Tnursuay me aoctor ann _ .. Eleven (11) and Fourteen his wife drove to Wmnita to :.. c^^,:^.. ~,;.~^^,, . . (14), ,. o=,~,u. ~,,~ ....... attend tne state conventmn or ............ . Lltl), rownsmp Plve (,a) Kansas Chiropractors. The chll- South, Range Nine (9) dren remained here with their West of tka 6th P Mand '" the Northeast " Quarter grandparents (NEV~) of Section Twenty- Call No 461 [ six (26),, Township Five Charter No. 85961 (5) South,~i~ange Ten (10), REPORT oF CONDITiON':I West r0f. the 6th P. M.; . 0ti the First National Bank of[a~nd ~o~4 a~. hereb.y.reqmred Formoso in the State of Kan. t ~'~/: ~ . sas, at the etose of business/befre ~the:l]Sth~ day of June, on April 25, 1967 published In !967, in said court at.Mankato: response In Call made by t~ansas, or sam peu.uon wm Comptroller of the Currency, betaken astrueand judgment t 11 S Will De renuereu accmmng~y under Sect on 52 , U. . Re- " ' vised Statutes. Should you fail therein judg- ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection ........ $140,3~1.35 U. S. Gov't. obliga- tions, direct and guaranteed ........ 569,737.75 Obligations of States and political sub- divisions ...... 16.500.00 Other bonds, notes, and debentures .... 100.00 Loans and dis- counts ........ 192.186.67 Total Assets ...... $020,218,97 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partner- ships, and corpora- tions .............. $684.566.15 Deposits of U, S, Gov't .............. 426.94 Deposits of States and political sub- divisions .......... 89.361.28 Total Deposits ... $774,354.37 (a) Total demand deposits ....... 738354,37 (b) Total time and savings de- posits ....... 36,M0.~) Total Liabilities $774,@~,37 CAPITAL, ACCOUNTS Common stock-- total par value .... $ 21i ll0,00 No. shares authorized 250 No. shares eutstan ia$ 2511' ment and .d~cree will be enter- ed in due course upon said petition. RUTH P. THOMPSON, Pla intiff~ Lloyd C. Bloomer 202 West Main Street Osborne, Kansas 67473 Attorney ~or Plaintiff ATTEST: Carol E. Ross (Seal) Clerk of the District Court (First Published ta Jewell Co. Record, rTh~ra4a, y, May 4, ' ' [~..)967) It IN THE ~q)ISTRICT COURT OF JEW~ELL COUNTY, KANSAS The City of M0nkato. Kan- sas. a Municipal Corporation, Plaintiff, -vs- Charlotte Ward and Win. E. Ward, wife and husband, and Dean Thornton, Defendants. Case No. 8223 NOTICE OF HEARING To the Defendants Above Named, end All O~her Persona Concerned: You are hereby notified that a p~titioa has be.n filed in said court praying for an or- der deerealng that plaintiff has tim right o/ eminent do- main and for an order eon- ikmolel t' A 7 'tel Co- said petition. THE CITY OF MANKATO, KANSAS. a Municipal Corporation By Gayle A. Cristman, Mayor. Manford Holly, Mankato, Kansas, Attorney for Plaintiff. ATTEST: Carol Ross, (Seal) Clerk of District Court. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, April 27, 1967) 2t RESOLUTION WHEREAS, It is deemed necessary by the Governing ~ody of the City of Esbo~, 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 '/ on the north and Block 14 on the south, a main traffieway, in the City of Esbon, Jewe]l Coun- ty, Kansas, as provided by Law: NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY TttE GOV- ERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF ESBON. JEWELL COUN TY, 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, Jawell County, Kansas. and it is the intention of the governing body to resurface and otherwise tin- prove said 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- BeN, JEWELL COUNTY KANSAS: THAT this resolution be pub- lished according to law in the ~t iHi_)RSDAY, .... 8 .... - of Esbon, Jewell County, Kan sas, and that said improve- ment shall be made unless a protest is filed with the City Clerk, ~igned by not les~ than 10 percent of the qualified electors who voted at the last preceding regular City elec tion, as shown by the Doll books, within thirty (30) days after the publication of said resolution. AI)OPTEI) and passed by the Governing Boay 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, Al)ril 27, 1967) 3t RESOLUTION CREATING SPECIAL CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND WHEREAS, The Board of Education of Unified School District No. 276 of Jewell Coun- ty or Counties, is 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 all 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 building.% architectural expenses incidental thereto and the acquisition of building sites, and the acquisition of school buses; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That an annual tax of not to exceed three (3) mills is hereby levied upon all taxabk,, tangible pro- perty in Unified School Dis- trict No. 276, County of Jewell, State of Kansas, for a period of not to exceed one (1) 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- exhibitc(l they will be fortw, r barre0. ALICE L. SELLHORN, Administrator with will nnnexed of the estate of l,ouise C. Sellhorn, deceased. Manford Holly, Attorney for 4dnfinislralor. ATTEST: Byron lo~ers, (Seal) I']'ol);,1,~ ,hldge (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday,Al)ril 2{), 1967) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Wilbur Blair, 1)ccease(t. NOTICE OF' HEARING The Slate of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: Northwestern Insurance J~CK W. Special Jewelt, gans. - 42ff MANFORD Bonded Mankato, DR. J. R. SP: Dentist said court by t3ir(tie Bhdr, ex ecutrix of the will of Wilbur Blair, deceased, praying for settlement and allowance of the executrix' final accotlnt and final settlement of said estate, im:luding the allowance of fees and costs of probating said will, for a (lecree order ing distribution; for construc- tion of the will of said de cedent; for final discharge of You are h(,rehv nolified that a pelition has 'been filed in Office ttours: 8.30 t~ Afternoon by Manka o l)r. Dale A. Optometrist 1202 N. Mill 3 doors North of Theatre the executrix fro,n her trust i Phone 262, Beloit, and you are hereby required to file your written d(,l'enses thereto on or before May 12, 1967 at 10:00 o'ch)ck a.m., of said day, in said Court, in the City of Mankato, Kansas, al which time and place said , cause will be heard. Should !you fail therein, judgment and , decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Wit- !ness my hand in the City of Mankato, in said County and State, this 17{h day of Al)ril, 1967. BIRDIE BLAIR, Pehtioner. By: Robert H. Meyer, Her Attorney. ATTEST: Byron Ro!~(,rs (Seal) I)robate Judge. II UNITED FUNDS, INC. WADDEI,L & REED, Inc. Mutual Fund Shares Dr. John J. Optometric Eye Smith Center, Coin O WASHERS & A convenient way tO, Open 24 hours per Seven days a MANKATO Phone FR Dr. Merwin P, Doctor of Dental 8:00 a. m. to Monday Through First Door South Drug Stor Phones: Office FR Residence FR Closed STANLEY MARR ESBON, KANSAS " Wilbeck Rest I;)UIUIU-*''" For Men or I lOVer Licensed by the Sound So Full, Rooms Have Radio., _ - Conditioning, So Clear, So Truel :Member Kansas al~l" lcan Nursing Home 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 whieh any part of the dis- Helen's Beauty trict lies immediately follow- Shampoos- Se ing the end of forty (40) days Permanents from the last publication there- 1st House North of. In the event a sufficient Sweden Cna petition is so filed, the board Phone FR 8-3581 - shall submit the question to the voters of said district at A FULL mmmmmm,mm an election called for" the pur- pose as provided by law. OR CLEARER HEARINGI l ADOPTED This 6th day of March, 1967, by the Board of R.K SHOPPER GREETING Education of Unified School For All Occa Bistrict. No. 276, County of ~ I I .... II sary,BirthdaY'ThankCheer'You, Jewell, State of Kansas. ~i ~ - {L~~r,'~i"~ MJ~LVIN D. SHIPLEY~ I I II , ,etc. iP;eSiden ', ' : Mankato Feed and Seed R-K S Norita R Dodd, : ;": and Trucking Service Attested by Clerk. Mankato, Kansas (First Published in Jewell Co. ICC and KCC Carrier tion 308 N. Phone FR 8.301 Cargo Insured Eldon W. Grout Col. Ed Mont BUS. Phone FR 8-3381; General Farm 8- 60] When Thinking of Fa t Serviee & Quality a Sale, See Me for Handling of All Loads Phone FR g-s3a6 - or 16 Ft. Trucks - Can us for Semi Record, Thursday, April 27, 1967) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS Case No. 5120 In*the Matter of the Estate qf Louise C. Sellimrn, Deceas ed. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR WITH WILL ANNEXED To the Creditors, Heirs, De- visees and Legatees of Louise C, Sellhorn, deceased, 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- sas. All parties interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and if th~ d~mands are not thus Dr. James L. TEACItWORTH Chiropractor For T. V. Radio Servlee. at L & I$ Einctrl, Don is a graduate Trade School, ~.td has also Zdnith Service Wichita. CALL LAB Mankate For This Located 2 miles south of Superior, on state highway Phone 875-8652 TREE CLEARING, NORMAN Phone l onti r NFATIml lkOW PRIC(S... gASY T|RMII