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Mankato, Kansas
May 26, 1966     Jewell County Record
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May 26, 1966

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THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 WELL UHTY ,MAHKA m III II Ill III ' 95c Size Our Price! t SHAMPOO Why Pay $1.007 SPRAY BOTTLE Why Pay 69c? GILLETTE'S SHAVL Why Pay 79c? SPRAY DEODORANT Why Pay $1.00? COPPERTONE Why Pay $1.507 ASPIRIN Why Pay 89c? KODAK 127 - 120 - 620 Why Pay 55c? MILK WAVE Why Pay $2.29? BESTYET STORES SAVE YOU MON[:Y! I-- I LIP MEDICATION Why Pay 39? BABY MAGIC Why Pay $1.007 SUNTAN LOTION Why Pay $1.652, HAIR SPRAY Why Pay BESTYET STORES SAVE YOU MONEY[ HAIR DRESSING Ill II Why Pay $1.007 ROLL-ON DEODORANT " rhy Pay $1.00? At'l I E CONTROL WHY PAY $1.197 DENTURE CLEANER ): Williani' L. Mitchell, Chair- man of the Kansas Corpora- tion Commission, stated this week that the Kansas Cor- poration Commission has in- formed the Interstate Com- merce Commission of its protest to the discontinuance of Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific passenger trains No. 7 and No. 8 between Omaha, Nebr and Denver-Colorado Springs, Colo. Mitchell said that the Cor- Commission of the of Kansas had received a copy of the Rock Island's statement concerning the discontinuance by carrier effective June 16, and the K.C.C. has re- spectfully requested the In- terstate Commerce Commis- sion to enter into an inves- tigation of this matter and to order a continuance of ser- vice until the investigation and formal hearing has been cempleted. Mitchell further stated that the State Corporation Commission felt that a for- mal hearing should be held to determine whether the public convenience and ne- cessity of the general public of the State of Kansas will be adversely affected if the proposed discontinuance of these trains is granted. Mrs. Bernice Howe Ray- mond of Fredonia, Kansas her daughter, Mrs. Mary Bowersock and son, Ray- mond, of Tulsa, Okla. were house guests over the week- end of Mary Hulse. They are visiting other relatives, too. NOTICE WALKER GRAIN CO INC BURR OAK - ESBON - OTEGO WHSE CHARGES ficiaries of such trust; fail therein, All the unknown heirs, exeo judgment and decree will be You are cutors, administrators, entered in due course upon that a petition-has devisees, trustees, cred- said petition, ed in itors and assigns of The Mid-West Lumber Kramer Clarence E. Tinker, de- Company, Inc a Cor- ance of ceased; the unknown poration, tion to some suitable heirs, executors, admin- Plaintiff. and that said estat~ istrators, devisees, trus- By Weltmer, Weltmer & ministered in manner Weltmer, ed by law, and yo~t ar teeS,signs ofcredit rSsuch ofandthe de-aS- ~]ankato, Kansas I by required to' file fendants as may be de- It Attorneys [written defenses th~eto ceased; the unknown ATTEST: Carol Ross, Clerk [or before June 20, .t966, spouses of the defend- (Seal) of District Court.[ 10:00 o'clock a.mu, ants; the unknown day, in in (First Published in Jewell city of Mankato, County Record, Thursday, which time and place : guardians, conservators and trustees of such of the above named de- fendants as are minors or are in anywise under legal disability; and all other persons 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: You are hereby notified that a petition has been fil- ed in the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas, by The Mid-West Lumber Corn- pany, Inc a Corporation, asking for judgment that plaintiff is the owner in fee simple of the following de- scribed real property in Jew- ell County, Kansas: Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four (4), Five (5) and Six (6~ in Block Fifteen (15) in original townsite in City of Man- kato, and West Half (W ) of Lots One (1), Two (2) and Three (3) in Block Twenty-eight (28) in or- iginal townsite in City of Mankato, and asking the court to: de- May 26, 1966) 3t cause will be he.~d, State of Kansas, you fail therein, Jewell County, ss: and decree will. IN THE PROBATE COURT in due course OF JEWELL COUNTY, tion. Witness my KANSAS city of Mankato, Case No 5028 i county and state this In the Matter of the Es-day of May, 1966. r tate of Bernice Duskie, De-A.T. KRA~ ceas ed. Petitioner~ NOTICE OF HEARING By: Robert H. Meyer, The State of Kansas to Attorney. :~: : All Persons Concerned:+ ATTEST: Byron:P~gex& You are hereby nod(led (Seal) :.ProbateJudg~ that a petition has been filed " " ~ " in said court by Bernard (First Published~ L~ Je~ r . ry %ayne Duskie, as one of the County Record, ',~ heirs-at-law of Bernice l~lay 26, 1~3~:--" Duskie, deceased, praying IN THE PROBATE IC(}E for the determination of the OF JEWELL CO~J~ITY, descent of the following de- KANSAS .: : scribed real estate in Jewell In the Matter of County, Kansas, to-wit: tate of Helen I. I Lot Four (4) and North ceased ;~ ~: ttalf (N~) of Lot Five NOTICE OF (5) of Section Thirty The State, of, (30), Township Five (5),All South, Range Nine (9) You are West in Jewell County, that a petition Kansas, in said and all other property,real mer Higbee,:Exec~tof and personal, or interests Will of Hetea [therein, owned by the said ceased, pra~tiag. Bernice Duskie at the time ment of her death; and you are i Executor's i hereby required to file your final written defenses thereto on tare, including or before the 2Oth day of of title im June, 1966, at two o'clock the terms P.M of said day, in said the laws of- court, in the City of Man- able thereto,:end~ SCHEDULE OF RATES termine the descent of the Storage rates 37/1000 per above described real proper- bu. per day ty through the estate of RECEIVING CHARGES Clarence E. Tinker, deceas- Wheat 5.00 ed; determine the adverse Grain claims of each of the defend- Sorghum 5.00 ants to any estate or inter- Com 4.25 est therein; quiet plaintiff's Oats 2.75 title to said real property LOADING OUT CHARGES against all of the defendants; Wheat 75 forever bar and exclude all Grain the defendants and all per- Sorghum 75 sons claiming by, through or Corn 75 under them, from any estate Oats 75 or interest in or lien upon or claim against said real pro- (First Published in Jewell perty; and grant plaintiff all County Record, Thursday, such other and further relief May 26, 1966) 3t Case No. 8181 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS The Mid-West Lumber Company, Inc a Cor- poration, Plaintiff, V. Swan Johnson; Mathil- da Johnson; Matilda Johnson; Matildia John- son; Malindia Johnson; J. M. Ketchum; George W. Collins; Ruth C. Long; Mary Horn; Clar- ence E. Tinker; Eugene F. Tinker; Mildred Tink- er; Wesley J. Green; William S. Field; George H. Case; Clara D. Case; George S. Bishop; D. Heron; C. Angevine; J. B. Hitz; Dora M. Hitz; Bert Hitz; Mary A. Sni- der; M. Viola Hughes; M. Viola Hughes Platt; Clifton Angevine as trustee and any succes- sor trustee or trustees and the unknown bene- ficiaries of such trust, Clinton Angevine as trustee and any succes- sor trustee or trustees and the unknown bene- as is just and proper. You are hereby required shtd i tition or before July 7, 1966, in said court, in the courthouse in the City of Mankato, in Jewell County, Kansas. kato, in Jewell County, Kan- distribution; for sas, at which time and place of the said cause will be heard, for final discharge Should you fail therein, judg- executor ment and decree wilt be en- you are tered in due course upon said file your w~n petition, thereto Bernard Wayne Duskie, Petitioner. Thomas H. Conroy, Attorney for Petitioner 209 E. Main Street Beloit, Kansas (First Published in Jewell County Record, Thursday, May 26, 1966) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS t~te of Abigail Brush, De- ceased. NOTICE OF HEARING . The State of Kansas to 1966, at 10;~ of said day, the city of at which time cause will, be you fail and in due tion. Witness city of County day of May, ,1966. ~ By: Robert Attorney ATTEST: (Seal) MOBIL TIPS %~," 0 lO-oz. Boflle Whey .lw.~, t~ to ~ tl~ ~mL" We welcome Mrs. Motor- ist, always - and she'll be thrilled at the friendly service we give. When your wife wants the wind- shield cleaned - tell her to drive in. See your authorized Pontiac dealer. He's trying to make May even better than ~t