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The Double Winners: 1st ners, Lavernia Kohn and Betty ce, Janice Peters and Shir- Reynolds. Dahl and 2nd place win- Singles Champs: Vera and and Richard Watson. Stnder and Melvin Dahl The Weirdos: CarlStnder, holds* ]e Switzer and ClintonRey- bRMOSO BOWLING rest of you could never be ~OPHY NIGHT winners if it wasn't for us First a tribute to we the losers. Cheers for our pin ~ers. We might not excell, sitters! Maybe those pins do I boy how we try and the look somewhat out of focus der we try seems like the come along about the third I~tse we roll. Anyway, the game. In our books they are 12 oz. Tin TOMATO oz. Can MONTE MINT TOOTHPASTE 7 oz. FAMILY SIZE FABRIC SOFTENER IX OR MATCH vOUR CHOICE 40 USE U.S;O.A. CHOICE ARM CUT Quart 12 oz. U,S.D.A. CHOICE BONELESS let the finest quality meats money L.. then we price them as low as !ine quality permits B E'STY ET SLICED tlor your moneyl lit CHUCK F lb. CHUCK 16 oz. Pkg. f lb. Pkg. 12 oz. $ Pkg. 3 OZ. Pkg. MANKATO t~ It ~'W~'~WW ~r~W~lt,~WWWWWWW~WWWW~ If }f }l, still tops. In series play it was hard telling who played with whom. Substitutions, cancel outs, etc., heckled us all season. Figuring through the maze we give the lstplace trophy in the Men's League to the Weirdos, Carl Stoder, Dale Switzer, and Clinton Reynolds, totaling 25,704 pins. The run- ner-up trophy goes tothe Mud- villa Three as they stacked up 25,495 pins, Richard Watson, Norman Dahl, and Earl Thorn- ton. We gala played up and down the ladder all season. Usually hovering around the bottom rung. Once in awhile we went into shock as we roll- ed a goodie. The Screaming Demons leading most of the season and ending up with the coveted trophy with 26,208 pins are Brenda Stoder, Flo- rence Dahl, Verlene Watson, and Lavernia Kohn. To the runner-ups, Betty Reynolds, Vera Reed, Shirley Dahl, and Maxine Studer, the silvertro- phies. For tournament play we drew again for teams and it was Verlene Watson, Nancy Higbee, Pare Harper and La- vernia Kohn inscribing their name on the 1st place trophy with 1,275 pins. A total of 1,208 pins gives Lila Thorn- ton, Brenda Studer, Margaret Duffy and Vera Reed the run- ner-up award. In the men's play Melvin Dahl, Dale-Swit- zer and Wayne Todd came out as trophy winners with their 1,214 pin total. Making a good race of it was Carl Studer, Earl Thornton, and Jack Reed who added to a 1,195 series for the runner-up trophy. In the doubles tournament Shir- ley Dahl and Janice Hettinger totaled a 676 for the gold tro- phies and Betty Reynolds and Lavernia Kohn teamed up for a 636 for the silver ones. In men's doubles it's Norman Dahl and Earl Thornton total- ing a 857 for the No. 1 award. Michael Higbee and Dale Swit- zer make it a twosome and capture the second place tro- phy as they add to a 833. In singles play it was Vera Reed totaling 423 pins who wears the crown of lady champion bowler of 1976. Maxine Stu- der receives the silver tro- phy with her 388. Melvin Dahl scoring a 488 series is the men's superior bowler of the year. Richard Watson's tally ~t .... ~ ,~ L ~ ~ ~ a 4~ ~S him in the run- ner-up spot. The 200 Club award winners were Lavernia Kohn, Dale Switzer and Nor- man Dahl. Receiving 500 pin awards were Dale Switzer, Richard Watson, and CariStu- der. In all events, pins were presented to Nancy Higbee and Dale Switzer for their pin totals of a 1,088 and 1,362 re- spectively. Drawing names for mixed doubles it was Earl Thornton and Vera Reed who were the King and Queen ~10 pin alley. If the ole hall's still a standing, we'll see you all next fail! -Mrs. Dale Switzer. Mrs. Erich Penner has been making regular trips to visit her mother, Mrs. Mamie Cockroft, who is in Superior where she is receiving treat- ment for a broken hip. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, May 13, 1976) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS No. 5719 In the Matter of the Estate of ESTHER L. BERNEKING, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by George W. Berneking, as son and one of the heirs-at-law of Esther L. Berneking, deceased, praying for the determination of the descent of the following de- scribed real estate in Jewell County, Kansas, to-wit: Part of the Northeast Quarter (pt of NE 1/4) of Section Twenty-one (21) Township Three(3) South, Range Six (6) West, described as follows: Beginning at a point on the west line of Appleby street Sixty-six (66) feet west and Sixty-six feet south of the south- west corner of Block Six (6) in originaltown- site of Formoso, run- ning thence south One Hundred (100) feet,. thence west Three Hun- dred sixty-four (364) feet, thence north One Hundred (100) feet, thence east Three Hun- dred sixty-four (364) feet to the place of be- ginning, and The West Half of the Southeast Quarter (W 1/2 SE 1/4); and the Southwest Quarter (SW 1/4), except the follow- ing described tract used for cemetery: be- ginning at apoint 8 rods East of the Southwest corner of said quarter section, thence East 16 rods, thence North 21 rods and 13 1/2 feet, thence West 16 rods, thence South 21 rods and 13 1/2 feet to the place of beginning; all in Section One (1), Township Four (4) South, Range Six (6) West of the 6th P.M. and all other property, real and personal, or interests therein, owned by the said Esther L. Berneking at the time of her death; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 7th day of June, 1976, at ten o'clock A.M. of said day, in said court, in the City of Mankato, JewellCoun- ty, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you falltherein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. GEORGE W. BERNEKING, Petitioner. Thomas H. Conroy Attorney for Petitioner 209 E. Main Street Beloit, Kansas 67420. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record,Thursday, May 6, 1976) 3t NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION FOR PROPO~D DISSOLUTION OF BUFFALO CREEK WATERSHED JOINT DISTRICT NO. 39 OF JEWELL, MITCHELL, CLOUD AND REPUBLIC COUNTIES, KANSA 25 pounds at weaning time! Z. Get 25 pounds extra gain by implanting Ralgro when you work your calves. It's simple.., use the Ral O Gun ...any time from birth on! Ralgro Ill a registered trademark of [MC Chemical Grouo. Inc ANIMAL HEALTH SUPPLIERS PRO AG SUPPLY DEALERS FARMLAND INDUSTRY CO-OP DEALERS VETERINARIANS An election shall be held on the 1st day of June, 1976 between the hours of 7:00 o'clock A.M. and 7:00 o'clock P.M. on the preposition of proposed dissolution of Buf- falo Creek Watershed Joint DIstrict No. 39 of Jewell, Mitchell, Cloud and Republic Counties, Kansas. Polls will be located as follows: JEWELL COUNTY (Voting place No. I) Norman Greene Farm Home, 1 3/4 miles East of Jewell, Kansas (Voting place No. 2) Clarence Ramsey, Jr. Farm Home, 1 1/2 miles North of Randall, Kansas on Highway No. 28 (Voting place No. 3) Charles Jacobsen shop build- ing in Montrose, Kansas CLOUD COUNTY (Voting place No. 4) Roger Nelson Farm Home, 1 1/2 miles North and 2 miles East and 1/2 mile North of Jamestown, Kansas REPUBLIC COUNTY (Voting place No. 5) Don Jensen Farm Home located approximately 3 miles South and 1/2 mile West of Courtland, Kansas, and ap- proximately 2 miles West and 3 miles North and 1/2 mile West of Kackley, Kansas MITCHELL COUNTY (Voting place No. 6) Burton Richards Farm Home located 2 1/2 miles West and 1 mile North of Scottsvilie, Kansas. A copy of the petition ask- lng for the calling of an election to determine whether said District should be dis- solved, signed by more than 20~ of the landowners in said District as shown by theveri- flcation of a landowner whose verification was attached to said petition, follows: PETITION Come now the undersigned persons and state: 1. That they are landown- ers within the proposed boundaries of the storenamed watershed district. 2. That each signer states that his respective post office address is set forthbesidehis nalr~, 3. That said watershed dis- trict was organized and incor- porated under the provisions of article number 12 of chap- ter number 24 of the General Statutes Supplement of 1959, and has not adopted a general plan of work and projects to be undertaken by the district, nor constructed or contracted to construct any works of im- provement, nor incurred any continuing obligations for the maintenance of any works of improvements. 4. That the undersigned landowners hereby petition the Board of Directors of Buffalo Creek Watershed Joint Dis- trict Number 39 to provide for the calling of an election of the qualified voters of said district for the purpose of determining whether said dis- trict shall be dissolved. Wherefore, the undersign- ed landowners in Buffalo Creek Watershed Joint Dis- trict Number 39 have signed this Petition for the purpose of effecting the calling of an election of the qualifiedvoters of said district shall be dis- solved. (here follows the names and addresses of the signers of said petition) Said petition has been filed with the Secretary of the Board of Directors of said DIstrict. JOHN EDWARDS, President ATTEST: Ralph Dtmstan, (Seal) Secretary. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, May 6, 1976) 3t Case No. 5717 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of WINT SMITH, Deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansas to the Creditors, Heirs, Devisees and Legatees of Said Decedent and All Others Concerned: You are notified that on May 3, 1976, the undersigned was appointed and qualified as executor of' the will of the above named decedent; that letters testamentary have been granted to him as such executor; and that you must exhibit your demands against said estate within six months from the date of the first pub- lication hereof, or be forever barred. RODERICK E. WELTMER, Executor. ATTEST: Jack D. Bradrick, (Seal) Probate Judge. Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer Mankato, Kansas 66956 Attorneys for Executor. (First Published inJewell Co. Record, Thursday, April 29, 1976~t NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION To the Registered Electors of Jewell County, Kansas: You are hereby notified that a Primary Election will be held on the 3rd day of August, 1976, this being the first Tuesday in said month, at which time candidates for the following offices will be nominated according to the provisions of law by EACH of the political parties of this state who qualify to participate in said Primary Election as specified by law: One Candidate for Con- gressman, 1st District. One Candidate for State Trbasurer. One Candidate for Com- missioner of Insurance. One Candidate for District Magistrate Judge Pea. 2, 12th District. One Candidate for State Senator, 36th District. One Candidate for State Representative, 107th and 109th DIstrict. One Candidate for State Board of Education Member 6th District. One Candidate for County Clerk. One Candidate for County Treasurer. One Candidate for Register of Deeds. One Candidate for County Attorney. One Candidate for Sheriff. One Candidate for County Commissioner, 2nd and 3rd District. One Candidate for Trustee in each Township. One Candidate for Treasurer in each Township. One Candidate for Clerk in each Township. And, the following officers will be elected by EACHofthe political parties of this state who quality to participate in said Primary Election as specified by law: One Precinct Committee- man in each Precinct. One Precinct Committee- woman in each Precinct. This notice is in accordance with KSA #25-204. HERSCHEL R. RHEA, (Seal) Jewell County Election Officer (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, Apr. 29, 1976) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS No. 5716 In the Matter of the Estate of ISAAC A. CLARK, Deceas- ed, and STELLA PATRICK, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in t~As Court by Howard E. Patrick, praying: That the descent be deter- mined of the following de- scribed real estate situated in Jewell County, Kansas: The North Half(N 1/2) of the Southeast Quar- ter (SE 1/4) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Four (4)South, Range Six (6)West, of the 6th P.M., and, All of tract Twenty- JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 13, 1976 Page 5 - Section 1 nine (29), in the North- east Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township Three (3), Range Six(6), inthe City of Formoso, Kan- sas, more definitely described as follows: Commencing at a point One hundred sixty-five (165) feet North of the Southeast corner o~ the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4), of Section Twen- ty-one (21), Township Three (3), Range Six (6) West of the 6th P.M., Thence North Seventy-five (75) feet; Thence West. One hun- dred eighty (180) feet, Thence South seventy- five (75) feet, Thence East One hundred eighty (180) feet to the place of beginning, and, Tract Thirty-one (31) in the Northeast Quar- ter (NE 1/4) of Sec- tion Twenty-one (21~, Township Three (3) South, Range Six (6), - described as follows: A certain tract of land be- ginning at the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township Three (3) South, Ran4,,e Six (6) West of the 6th P.M., Thence running west One hundred eighty- three (183)feet, Thence North One hundred Six- ty-five (165) feet, Thence East One hun- dred eighty-three (183) feet; Thence South One ~undred sixty-five (165) feet to the place of beginning; the same being east of and adja- cent to City of For- moso, Kansas, subject to any portion of said tract which is now a part of Highway on the east side; and all other property real and personal owned by decedents at the time of their deaths. YOU are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 21st day of May, 1976, at 1:00 o~lock P.m. of said day in said Court, in the City ~of*Mankato, in Jewell County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the Petition. HOWARD E. PATRICK, Petitioner. Noah & Harrison, P.A. 119 S. Mill Street Beloit, Kansas 67420 Attorneys for Petitioner. Washington at Valley Forge I I I I I I on cold, the death and the unknown surely drove men the limit are are III II I --