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j:// / iiI :/ i ii i~i! (i) / ~i ~!i~,~,~ ~ :~ t ' JEWELL CGYJNTY!R~.CORD, MA~TO, KANSAS THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 e lesson presented by L. Van Meter and by Mrs. Russell Mrs. Dale Crangle Rodney McCam- it was stated once more people live than anywhere else. against far- and pay our check so ,that need not down the back street own city, need not or touch " The Lucy Circle the home of Mrs. O'Hara on May 8. O'Hara, Mrs. Roe and Mrs. Rod- were host- afternoon. See- members and one Paul M Cammon The next meet- held at the Meth- Club Meets Lovers CIuL May 19, at :. Elsie ttow- pres- Larger consignors were:Lday in Red Cloud. ]and Regi Diehl, Burr Oak & Burundi A at the ser- Paul Frost; A1 Eilert; Dale Mr. and Mrs. Clarence]Donald Arnett, Lebanon. &lvice Wednesday evening. Mahaffy; Raymond McClure; Maag, Mr. and Mrs. Everett lto the Grade School Grad-I Eleven women and some Eddie & Joe Reinert; Harold Terrill attended a sale inluates: Gwen Glo~er, Marcia,]children enjoyed the Gronewoller; N. A. Peters; Scandia Saturday. I McNichoIs, Jeanette Smuck/ Mother s Tea at the church Taylor Clark; Charley An- Mr & Mrs Glenn Dewey and Cindy Winslow, all from last Thursday. We were drews; Glen Goldsberry; of i7ormoso" were dinner Purr Oak. glad to have Mrs. William Duane Bennett; Walter Way; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cur- Services were dismissed Dilh)n as a visitor. Stanley Marr; Milo Matou- sek; Bill Hoffer; I. Brummer; Bruce Howl;rid; Loide Nel- s;on; M. L. Graham; Orland Boyles; Hills Ranch; Kenneth Hartzell; Kenneth Braden; Cleat Strand; Alfred Ross; Duane File; Walker Grain Co.; Dennis Helmbrect; and Harold Chilcott. We appreciate the good support we are receiving and we do everything we can to make a good market for both buyer and seller. See us if you are thinking of selling stock. We have the buyers an the seats. See you in the ruction Friday. VAIL McCLINTOCK Simpson, Kans. BOB ISAAC Mankato, Kans. CENTRAL KANSAS EONFERENCE tis Terrill and children ' here Sunday night as the Mr. and Mrs. Virgil War- Sunday. Baccalaureate Service was ner went to Stillwaler, Okla- at Burr Oak. i horna to attend their son, Ab(,tlt 7-a enioved dinner Clarence. .Warner's,graduat-. . logeth'cr at. the Church mg e-~ermses Sunday n,3tat. Sunday honoring Mr. and l A variety of weather late- Mrs. Billy Warner and fam- t ly. Some days hot and others E-i-h F " ily He has been principal at not so warm. A shower of a t alger ' the Burr Oak Grade School rain fell Thursday night. Visitors at church Sunday! the past few years, but is Clear, windy and mild this morning were Mr. and Mrs. t planning to continue his col-I Monday morning. Irvin Stuart of Beloit. They visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benhow. At the close of Sunday School Sunday, gifts were presented to the High School Graduates: Beverly Jeffery The annual business and nspirational sessions of the 2entral Kansas Conference ff the Methodist Church is ruing held in Wichita, May 24- May 29th. Dean Rose, Pastor of the Mankato and gave :ff the Montrose Methodist lege work. Lawrence and Doloris Ehinger, missionaries home from Africa, gave a very in- teresting and informative talk along with their slides about their work in lesson on a crossword Churches, and Walter J. .~rtaining to trees. Campbell, Lay Member for refre, lhments were the local Church Charge, are rthe hostess. The in attendance at the confer- ence sessions. DESSERT TOPPING will be agues| The lesson might be ream Whip 16 at the E. U. B. 39e with Mrs. Glenr likened to a stockholder'sD 4-oz Mrs. Glenn Kuik- meeting of an extremely Miss Edna Walker large and busy corporation. 7r^~p~ The Mankato Gar- The big business corporation v ~mum mugnman vaembers will be records for the past year are 10~/z-oz. Squeeze Members and guests as follows. Membership is Barrel to bring flower ar- 137,182 with property for a flower valued at $52,406,272. The meeting.--Re- giving for World Service and other benevolent causes the I Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Wright described real estate belong-I way to a point where and Kelli returned to their ing to said estate, for theI the south line of Jay home in Oberlin Sunday at'- purpose of paying debts ofI Street intersects the ternoon, after spending sev- said estate, taxes and ex-I railroad right of way, eral days here 'with rela- penses of administration, sit-[ thence east to place of tires, uated in Jewell County and beginning, State of Kansas, to-wit: and you are hereby required (First Published in Jewell '. At'the'close of the Mattheys of the Boston the hostess served Area; Dr. D. L. Dykes, First The next Methodist Church, Shreve- 16 with port, La.; Dr. Dale White, Shepherd. Roll call National Board of Social ~tg!J about your Concerns. The main confer- past year was $1,771,555 with a total spent in Metho- 1 i Club Thursday dist churches in the Central ' Itolsum "-'- ' Kansas Conference of ~! "" "" " :" Stuffed ,~ClUbmet Thurs-$9,022,780. ~ Manzanilla Thrown 19,' at the home In addition to the business ~dger, instead of of the conference, the in- h'~Heisz who wasspiration speakers during well; Nine mem- the conference will include: - OZ. Jar fall call. The Bishop W. MeFerrin Stowe, won by Grace Kansas Area; Bishop James SAVE 20e ence will be held at the Col- ~ ~:,~' lege Hill Meth~ntist Church Fmtertained Wichita. Special evening ' -~- ;ervices will be in the First Ramey enter- Vlethodist Church at Wic- ltl~ members of the hita, with the Sunday Morn- Bridge Club and ing Worship service sche- ~ Holsum at ~he Buffalo Roam ]bled for Field House, Wic- ~ Whole ~ ~-~rhursday hit; State University. Sweet R~veshments wen In addition to the duties C-herkins du~ilg the evening ~.s representative for the vases centered local charge, Mr. Campbell :fl~, ''lie high score is a member of the Confer- ' 12-oz were won by Mrs race Town and County Mrs. Manford Eommission and will present ~, Kissingerthis committee's agenda to LINDSAY RIPE JUMBO Judy. Th~ ':he conference study group, i will be June e lev. Rose is a member of Boyd, Jr.: the Conference Board of Hospital and Homes and wilt : ~ake part in the study ses- sions as a representative of HUN~I',S 20-OZ. Btls. Tall Can County Record, Thursday May 26, 1966) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Es- tate of Frank M. Hall, De- ceased. 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 Frank Rec- tor, administrator of the es- tate of Frank M. Hall, de- ceased, asking for an order for the sale of the following Part of the Northwest to file your written defense Quarter of Section 22, [ thereto on or before June 17, I 1966, at 10:30 o'clock A. M. Township 3 South, I of said day in said court, in Range 8, West ef the the City of Mankato, Kan- 6th P.M described as I sas, at which time and place follows: I said cause will be heard. Beginning at a point i Should you fail therein, 60 feet south and 150 [judgment and decree will be feet west of the south-[entered in due course upon east corner of Block 15 in Bishop's Addition to ' said petition. City of Mankato, Kan- sas, thence south 146 feet, thence west to the right of way of Missouri Pacific Railroad, thence, in a northwesterly direc- tion along the north side of the railroad right of Every b-'s when y0~i mention a pie- reasons you should have hie. And here ate the one. Everything you need is here at a money- saviag low iee. Mrs. W. G. Hills and Mrs. Bud Hills went to Hastings, Nebraska Monday to consult the famous eye specialist, Dr. Foote. FRANK RECTOR, Administrator of the estate of Frank M. Hall, deceased. ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (Seal) Probate Judge. John W. Ross, Attorney for Administrator. pkgs Be E3, t Large Potato Bag CANNED, POP rag. o low calorie I2-oz. VAN OAMP PORK AND C BESTYET C WHI1 -r PAPER of WHITE pk PAPER, 7-oz of l BREAD 2 300 Cans KRAFT BARBEQUE 18-33c 49c OZ. OZ. IOED SHORTBREAD SWEDISH OREMES 2 14-o. 89(: packages Electric Freezer BY SILEX--4-Qt. Size 1-Yr. Warranty Mfgr's. List $16.98 Our Prl White Mt. Freezer 4-Qt. Hand Operated Only 6-12 Insect Repellent 5-oz. Spray Bomb. Mfgr's. List $1.19 OUR PRICE C q t29C jar , ,o.w 25 O MIDWEST Five Assorted Flavors 12-oz. pkgs. ZEBCO 33 REEL $8.88 DIXIE REFILL packages 5-oz. cups 50-Count ::his conference committee. - --,n i P. M. Club met ~;G] ~n Tyler, host- CALIF. SUNNIST t~ []~l[' 2-Speed OUR . { 't was a guest. }RI N(;L ~!~,1-year Warraney PRICE i Nls o. D. presid- TEXAS GOLDEN SWEET ,:, j FROZEN busi,ess meet- Mrs. Harry Sutliff I/I ig for Ht Yi iiwa tlm last meet- :ge. C ' CutUp fail zes for Can- Mr. & Mrs. Warren John- ~on and daughters, Mr. Phar- yes were won by i V Ears L F 7C CROP 'II} 2 -lb. Avg, I ,Re[nier and Eunice al Anderson, all of Scandia ~. ~l; :ailed on Mr. and Mrs. Ar- U.S. NO. 1 RED .~ /~!.~/~ McCLURE COLO ~"~~~' :~: ~ !~%. ~ ~:~~ thur Allen Sunday. ~:?~?( Eacll ~L~TOCK Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jar- >.:~i.~:: ~.- ~: i~~::/~ "~:~;!~ ~<~';~::~:i-~?!!.g~: . ~'!: lan, Mr. and Mrs. Howard ' " Only i OTA'IL'OES Short, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer i lo,me dry weather, ?itch visited the Museurn in ::~!~ i! ~>~}i~ '~ : ~ia~'~ .~:~ ~ "{~ @i:~: Liver & Cheese ~[alot of livestock in 2ed Cloud Sunday p.m. ~.0-[b, ~! ~ COLD Assorted----Spiced Limeheon, a~{t~n; but, we had Mrs. Wilma Underwood lma ~i~. l[ C~TS p|Maear ni & Cheese lb.r~ ! of buyers on the ::ailed at the Graver Mizner LF 7 C (.~ ckle & Pimento Pkg. Most of the cattle sold rome Sunday p. m. !~dy to strong mark- Mr. 'and Mrs. Lynn Hall, Debbie, Mrs. Pat Shaffer of [[lllnlOnl n. peep . 19 Trend Liquid Qt ,~L MEAT $ ~, ' "r l'~" ] ------; ~ $Okt Fat Hogs to Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. ~ - " "'"" " /~tl~ARMOtlR C'fl'MPF|RE s~'|cI:Dm'~' I~ pk~]" "C-.-~A[~ "A" <:aSm ![P*gs sold t, ;laude Boyles were picnick- I'ib"6 E ,S F= :~ ~ Shoats sold mg at the Lake Sunday. Mr. ' -' "" i~, ~ md Mrs. Neal Boyles and " " Pkg"8 doz Steer Calves weigh- family called at the Claude 3-|b. :lbs. sold for $31.75 Boyles home Sunday even- . . cm -- LA~=E k:~''~ Steers weighing'rag e r 500 lbs. sold fm Dinner guests at the G.r- Steers aid Boyles home Sunday ~ 3 PUREX Om.-Half Gal. SpOo. Giant Size 440 lbs. weighed were Tommy Ward, Dennis A set of Black Garman, Douglas May. 440 lbs. sold Mrs. Curtis Terrill and i A set of Black Mrs. Keith Terrill visited i weighing 400 Mrs. Elwin Lamb at the hos- fox $29.10. 15 pital in Concordia Tuesday. Steers weighing We are glad to hear tbe baby for $27.95. 19 is getting along better at i aCerage for this writing. ghing over 800 Mrs. Grace Joyce of Beat- for $24.00. 24 rice, Nebr. came Tuesday to Heifers just un- visit her brother, Mr. Frank ld for $26.90. Barrett, for awhile. Whiteface Mrs. Ethel Terrill, Mrs. 534 lbs. Eva Wilson of Jewelt spent We had a a few days in Burr Oak. Mr. they Mrs. Gr0ver Mi er dinner guests of Mrs. Slotted Turner Giant Size Slotted Turner Giant Size We Reserve The Right Te Limit Spoon Giant Size C