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5EW"KLL CGUi i RECORD, viANKATO, K qSA Uoward ~hard Brook, David Pet- Lynn Lewis, Linda Danny arid Mrs. Ada Sunny dinner of Mr. and Mrs. McCormick. M~. and Mrs. Guy Oliver spenl~ Sunday at Washington his aunt, Florence C ngleto ,'Who is a patient hospital. They also Mr. and Mrs. Har- and Mr. and Mrs. at Haddam and Mrs. Howard Lar- of Siaperior, Mr. and :Ida'S Jolm Gates and Mrs. ~, Decker and Cheryl Ideker Construction Co. inge~ were Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Charon Pax- visitors of Mrs. Ella Wins- son were Monday evening low at Lebanon. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nlr. and Mrs. David Dema- Sanderson. ray visited Mrs. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Terrill Ernigh at Formoso on Sun- were Sunday afternoon call- day afternoon. They also ers at the Clarence Blew called on Mr. Orville James home. at the St. Joseph Hospital Mr. and Mrs. David Dem- in Concordia. aray attended the Valley Mrs. Kay Burns and fami- View last day of school pro- ly of Cimarron, Kans were gram on Friday evening St r tay evening visitors of Mrs. Reeve Hawkins and Mr. and Mrs. Perry England. Mrs. Roy Brandon spent Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Also- Mr, and Mrs. Ira l wett/ ; Garman was an afternoon Mrs. Multins w.a one of t3 774 the bachelor of science. Francis Frye, Don callen, former Valley teach- [ K-State candidates for de- and Mary of Mmnk am were Mrs. Otlie Moon went to ers who were honoreff at the gree$ from JeweU county dinner guests on Sunday. Goll n, Colo. on Saturday closing program, tare: Mr. and Mrs. Everetl where she will attend the Grace Birch of Florida Doctor of Veterinary Med- Reed helped Mr. Mks. wedding of her great grand- came Tuesday to spend some I icine--Gary Duane Marr, Merle Reed move from Glen daughter, time with her mother, Mrs./Webber. Elder to Tarkio, Mo. where Mrs. Lela Dillon and Wil- Mollie Davis, who is a pa-/ Bachelor of Arts--Vaughn Merle is employed by the and Mrs. Jennie Hunts- tient at the Good Samaritan Eldon Hart, Randall, and Home in Superior. Mrs. Birch is staying at her moth- er's home here in town Mrs. Kathryn Walter and Bob of Red Cloud were Mon- day evening visitors in the Gene Johnson home. They evening vis- Thursday in Hastings. left Tuesday to at- Mr. and Mrs. GlenI Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas. tend the Methodist Confer- I of Lebanon were Sunday ence in Wichita. They will Mr; and ,Mrs. Chris Kuhn dinner guests at the.home Of be there through Sunday. ~lina were weekend and Mrs. Floyd They came for the of Carol Smith and Warren. Those at- the wedding from Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and family, Mr, and Mrs. Lester Suchs- and "family, Mr. and :Harold Bailey and fam- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wears Mr. and Mrs. ttarve ~r, and Mrs. Everett Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gar- to Salina on Sun- 'with Mr. and Mrs. Dale to attend a Ken Anderson ! Iowa was the caller. and Mrs. Riley Rich- Mrs. G. R. Also- and Mrs. Eva Wilson were callers the on Mr. and Mrs. Bess Alcorn of Full- spent the week- in the Ona Williamson! L. Oldfield homes. Mr, and Mrs. Phillip Un- attended church y, Nebr. on Sunday dinner guests in Calder home. Mr. Joe Calder of Har- were also dinner her mother, Mrs. May Boit- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Red- nott. ford of Topeka were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord An- overnight & Monday guests derson and girls were fiun- of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. day dinner guests of Mr. ~nd Roy Brandon. They came to Mrs. Earl Mace of Lebanon. visit her mother, Mrs. Daisy Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ste- who is a patient in wart and Mr. and Mrs. M. P. the Beloit hospital Schagel of Beloit, Mr. and Mr. & Mrs. Larry Thomp- Mrs. Fred Sanderson were Sunday dinner guests Of Mr. son of Boulder, Colo. spent and Mrs. W. E. Benbow. Mr. the past week in the home and Mrs. Jason Loud~zrmilk of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Superior were afternoon Harvey Fogo, and other rel- atives. callers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mull-i August Montey of Os- en, Mr. and Mrs. Howard borne was a Sunday dinner Mullen and Mr. Lo de Mull-guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- en and son, Loyde Lee of ard Fraiser and family. Red Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Beale Clarence Cheesman of Leo- and family were Sunday ev- nardville, Karts. ar l Mr. and ening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bennett of Man- Mrs. Loyde Garman and kato were Sunday dinner family. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon 3ennett. The occasion being were Wednesday evening the birthday of Harold Mull- visitors of Mr. and Reeve Hawkins. ell. Mr. and Mrs. ]3oyd Silsby Dr. and Mrs. Alan Han and family moved from the cock, Margaret and Susan Clarence Blew home to of Kansas City spent Tues- their home east of Mankato day and Wednesday in the Clell Hancock home. Mrs. Roy Headley and Mrs. Will Dillon. Mrs. Lj~.n,~ Mrs. Ivan Hughes, Leslie and Carol spent Wednesday in Hastings where Carol con- sulted an ear specialist. Mrs, Kay Burns, Troy and Cimmeron, Kans. the .weekend in the of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene John- H t ~r~ an4 family, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Kath- rye Walter and Bob at Red came to attend Susan's High School Graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence] Bachelor of Science ir Maag accompanied Mr. andlHome Economics--Gwen Mrs. Everett Terrill to Ions Leece Springer, Web-" Courtland on Saturday. ber. Mrs. Lester Suchsland spent from Thursday until Saturday in the Superior hospital. She returned to the Floyd Myers home on Sat- urday. Callers have been Mr. and Mrs. Harve Decker, Mrs. Fred Zoberst, Mrs. Dal- las Caldwell, Mrs. Harold Bailey and Mrs. Henry Sic- bert. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sloan of Osborne, Mrs. Bess- ie Bell of Downs, Mrs. Ella Patterson and Mrs. Taylor Clark of Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop and Mrs. Forrest Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Robert To- bald and Mrs. Lizzie of Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Oldfield were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ona Williamson and her house- guest, Mrs. Bess Alcorn. Mrs. Clarence Raymond of Fredonia, Kans. and her daughter, Mary, of Okla- homa City, Okla. were Mon- day afternoon callers at the Phillip Underwood home. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Blew of Logan spent a few days the past week at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blew. Next Monday will be Memorial Day, so I will not ,p.m. at the Burr Oak High School. It is sponsored by the American Legion Auxil- iary, Unit 263. Drink will be furnished. All Legion members are asked to meet at the ceme- tery Sunday, May 29, 7: 0 a.m. to decorate veterans' Dixie Jo Reece, Mankato. Bachelor of Science in Ag- riculture--Ronald William McCammon, Mankato. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education--Bon- nie Lucille Dahl, Formoso and Harleen Marie Watson Formoso. Washington, D. C. -- Con- gressman Bob Dole announc- ed today that Dixie Reece will spend six weeks (June 13 to July 22) in his Wash- ington office this year as a "summer intern". Dixie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle B. Reece and is now a senior at Kan- sas State University in Man- hattan. A total of 12 young people will serve as interns for per- iods of one month to six weeks in Congressman Dole's office this summer. He initiated this program in the summer of 1961. Some of the duties of sum- mer interns are touring the l Capitol with visitors, re- search, routine office work, and learning more about the Nation's Capital and the op- eration of our government. Frank Morgan, formerly of Superior, Nebr is the new manager of the Dahl- sten Grain Co. at Sutton, Nebr. He began his duties there May 2. Mr. Morgan was superin- tendent of the CCA Feed Mill at Cheraw, Colo. for 6 years before going to Sutton. While in Superior, he was employed at the Farmer's Union Co-op Association mill. Manhattan, Kans. -- Pa- tricia Intermill, freshman, of Webber is one of the Home i Economics students ranking in the upper three percent of her class. (First Published in Jewell County Record, Thursday, May 26, 1966) 3t NOTICE Case No. 8182 IN TIlE DISTRICT COURT OF JEWELL I am moving to a nursing home, I will sell at Auction on Refrigerator (nearly new) gas :ange table, 2 chairs electric stove toaster and coffeemaker cleaners board [ kitchen cabinet lamps washing machine room chairs trees g stove new bedroom suite, chest and dresser and dressers T. V. Philco sewing machine tables chairs ;living room suite case, oak day couch leaf table trunks x 12 wool rugs rugs frames and linens and some antiques lawn mower shovels, saws, hammers and other shop some used lengths of pipe CASH OWNER Arden JU 7-4242 Bun" Oak State hl Cloud. graves. Alumni Banquet Mr. and Mrs. Stanley The Alumni Banquet will Johnson, Julie and Roy and be held at the Burr Oak High Mrs. Gol~lie Johnson spent School on Saturday, May 28 Sunday With Mr. and Mrs. at 7:00 p.m. This will be a Robert Murray and Mike at potluck supper and all form- Junction City, Kans. anti at- er Alumni and the Class of tended the Baccalaureate 1966 are invited to attend. Services in the evening. Robert and Boyd Korb re- turned home Monday even- Manhattan--Kansas State ing from visiting their fath-University will be conferring er, Mr. R. J. Korb, Sr. who nearly 2,000 degrees at its had a stroke at the home of 103rd annual Commence- his daughter, Mrs. Faye My- ment Exercises on Sunday, ers at Silverton, Ore. Mrs. June 5. This is an increase Elton Gillett left Monday to of nearly 15% over the 1,758 help care for her father at degrees granted a year ago. the Myers home. According to Dr. E. M. Mr. and Mrs. R0ssell Lew- Gerritz, dean of admissions is attended the /8th Grade and records, the university Graduation exercises for had persons completing Larry Throup at!Smith Cen-work for 322 degrees last ter on Tuesday evening. August and 496 degrees last Mr. and Mrs. Clarence January. With more than attended the gradua- t:,200 more candidates for tion exercises for Karen degrees this spring, there Bowmanat at Lebanon on will be nearly 2,000 degrees Friday evening, earned for the year. Edna Jones and Ethel Has- Since K-State has only ty were Sunday dinner one commencement a year, guests of Mrs. Mamie Mull- those who completed work in. for degrees in August or Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins, January are invited to par- Mrs. Etta Masters and Edna ticipate in the June 5 exer- Masters were guests to the cises. In a departure from last day Of school program recent tradition, KSU will at Valley View School on not have a special corn- Friday evening. Edna was mencement speaker this honored as a former teacher iyear. Instead, there will be of Pleasant Valley School. a charge to the class by President Ja aes A. McCain. A highlight of Commence- ment will be the conferring of honorary doctor of laws degrees upon two noted Kan- sans: Dwight D. Eisenhower, former president of the Unit- ed States, and Harry Darby, A lutual Investment Fund composed of securities se- lected for their possibilities of future GROWTH and in-, ereaaed income. ;: ~e~ WALTER J. CAMPBELL Mankato, Kansas 66956 Registered Representative The Columbian Securities Corp. Topeka, Kansas 66603 ~Z~--7 J l l [ Kansas City philanthropist, industrialist and ~ockman. Commencement Exercises, to be held at 2:30 p.m. in Ahearn Fieldhouse, will be by the traditional ~rocession from Anderson ~Iall. The event again will be telecast by WIBW-TV (Channel 13) Topeka. Among the 1224 candi- dates for degrees this spring are 27 seeking the doctor of philosophy, 75 the doctor of veterinary medicine, 5 the master of architecture, 23 the master of arts, 4 the master of regional planning, 124 the master of ienee, 23 the i COUNTY, KANSAS The Kansas Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends, a corpora- tion, as trustee under the will of Dillon H. Dillon, deceased, Plain- tiff, V. Dillon H. Dillon; Emma Dillon; Emily Dillon; Emma Dillon Burgess; Emily Dillon Burgess; Emily Folger; Emma Dillon Folger; Mary El- len Higenbotham; Mary Ellen Higinbotham; Mary Ellen Heigenboth- an; Mary Ellen Darwin; Robert C. Darwin; R. C. Darwin; Louisa Darwin; John D. Robertson; J. D. Robertson; Elizabeth Mills; Elizabeth Buster; Bessie Dillon; The Trus- - tees of The Northbranch Academy Association, incorporated, and Trus- tees of Northbranch A- cademy, incorporated, and any successor trus- tees and the unknown beneficiaries of such trusts; Northbranch A- cademy Association; Northbranch Academy; North Branch Academy; The Northbranch Acad- emy Association; North- branch Academy, incor- porated; The North- branch Academy Asso- ciation, incorporated; The Northbranch Acad- emy, incorporated; The Board of Directors of Northbranch Academy; Friends University, Wichita,Kansas; The Friends University, a corporation; all persons who are or were doing business as Northbranch Academy Association an as ,Northbranch A- cad my and as North Br ch Academy and as The Northbranch Acad- emy Association and as Northbranch Academy, incorporated, and as The Northbranch Academy Association, incorporat- ed, and as The North- branch Academy, incor- porated, and as The Board of Directors of N6rthbranch Academy; the exe- - u'RSDAY, NIAY 26, 1 itors and assigns of the ]all of the above named de- following named deceas- ]cedents; construe the will of ed persons: Dillon H. [Dillon H. Dillon, deceased, Dillon, Emma Dillon, land all proceedings thereon; Emily Dillon, Emma Dil- [ determine the adverse Ion Burgess, Emily Dil- [claims of each of the defend- Ion Burgess, Emily Fol- [ants to any estate or interest ger, Emma Dillon Folger, [therein; quiet plaintiff's title MaryEllen Higenboth- [to said real property against am, Mary Ellen Higin- [all of the defendants, except botham, Mary Ellen ]against The Friends Univer- Heigenbothan and Mary [sity, a corporation; forever Ellen Darwin; the un- ]bar and exclude all of the known heirs, executors, ]defendants and all persons administrators, devisees, ]claiming by, through or un- trustees, creditors and l der them, from any estate assigns of such of the defendants as may be deceased; the unknown spouses of the defend- ants; the unknown of- ricers, successors, trus- tees, creditors and as- signs of such of the de- fendants as are exisling, dissolved or dormant corporations; the un- known heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, suc- cessors and assigns of such defendants as are or were partners or in partnership; the un- known guardians, con- servators and trustees of such of the above named defendants as are minors or are in any- wise under legal disabil- ity; and all other per- sons who are or may be concerned, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMED AND DESIGNATED AND ALL OTHER PERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY BE CONCERNED: for interest in or lien upon or claim against said real property, except against The Friends University, a corpor- ation; and grant plaintiff all such other and further relief as is just and proper. You are h~reby to, plead to said pe~i.tion or hefnre July 7, 1566, said court, in the cm~rtho in the City o4 Mankato, JewelI ( nunty, Kam, Should you fail thereil judgment and decree will entered in due course said petition. The Kansas Yearly Meeting of the Soci of Friends, a corpora- tion, as trustee under the will of Dillon H. Dillon, deceased, Plaintiff By Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer Mankato, Kansas Its Attorneys ATTEST: Carol Ross, (Seal) of District Cow The Classes of 1925 and 1926 of Esbon Hi School are having a Class Reunion, May 29th, the Esbon Legion Itall. Friends are welcome call in the afternoon. --Chairmen. N KIRKS AMUSEME TS MAY 29 and 30 -- BURR OAK, KANSAS Sponsored by Burr Oak Lions Club Advance Tickets 9 for $1.00 MANKATO SWIMMING POOL WILL SUNDAY, JUNE 5 You are hereby notified Red Cross lessons will be held and the dates that a petition has been ill- be announced Dater. ed in the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas, by the above named plaintiff asking for judgment that plaintiff is the owner of the !legal title to, and has the i right to sell and convey, the following described real pro- perty in Jewell County, Kan- sas: Southeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter (SE of of Section Seven (7), and North Half of Northeast Quarter (N of NE~) of Section Eighteen (18), EXCEPT a tract 25% rods by 25 % rods square in northwest corner of said N~/~ of NE~/~, all in Township One (1) South, Range Nine (9) West, and Northeast Quarter (NE ~/~) of Section Ten (10), Township One (1) South, Range Nine (9) West, and asking the court to: de- termine the descent of the above described real prop- erty through the estates of -- Dwight Murray, Manager BAKE SALE FRIDAY, MAY 27 - 9:30 A. M. Postoffice Lobby -Mankato Lutheran ALCW INFORMAL OPEN HOUSE Everyone Welcome FORMOSO COMMUNITY LIBRARY SATURDAY, MAY 28 -- 2:00 - 6:00 Coffee and Uookies AI ATTENTION FORMOSO ALUMNI SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 28 Starting at 5:30 p. m. Price for Banquet $1.25 All alumni and husbands or wives are trged to. Attend : r " I ~ i, 7:30 P. M. WE START SELLING HORSES AT 7:30 P. M, I I OI VAIL BOB ISAAC )i SIMPSON, KANSAS MANKAT0, KANSAS