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t 7' 1 } PAGE III II IIIIIII [ III ill ................... I 3L, NE g ( ) , ;? Waunlta Welt (May 22 through ')I) l~enneth Alderson of Oak land, Calif. was a weekend guest at the home of his aunt. Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Field. He and Dr. anti Mrs. Clair Alderson of Dodge City are on a 3 months' tour of the north- west and Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Lib- hart of Denver, Colt). were weekend house guesis of Mr. and Mrs. tierbert Ross and daughters. Mrs. Vernie Emigh was a dinner guest Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Applcby. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alter of Denver, Colo. were week- efid guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dunstan. Following the Formoso High School Alumni Banquet on Sat- urday evening, the classes of 1946-1947 and 1949 enjoyed a social evening at the home of Mrs. Cleo Blending. Callers during the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler were Mrs. Gordon Grimes, Mrs. Core Carter of Mankato, Mrs. John Grimes, Brenda and Kathy of Ionia, Lyman Atwood of Smith Cent- or, Mrs. May Shaver of Jewell, and Mr. and Mrs. h'l Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams and son, john, of Kansas City were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Watson and Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pew ors and family of DeWitt, Nob. were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Blanche Powers, and Marlene. Mrs. Keith Dannefer of Basehor, Kans. and Frank Shedden of Grandview, Me. spent the weekend visiting at the home of. their mother, Mrs. Elsie Shedden. On Sun- d~iy they were all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Lind berg of Courtland. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith and Bruce of Lincoln, Nebr. spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huber, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Staf- ford and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gets ehall of Everette, Wash. were weekend guests at the home of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Le- roy Baskins. and also visited at the Lyle Baskins' home. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dell- I Ill ett, Tammara and Randy of EIDorado were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Banks Field. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson and family of Wichita spent the weekend visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Stans~ bury, and other relatives. ~l'Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ttaskins were: Mrs. Phebe Greenberg and family, Irene Nailberex, Lor- etta Ross of Haddam; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kimsey and fam- ily of Junction City; Mr. and Mrs. George Greenberg of Sel- den, Kans.; Mrs. Robert Pope anti family of ()berlin, Kans.; Richard Krueger, Washington, Kans.; Mark Sawyer and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stoker of Mar- rowville, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. John Young and family of Fairbury. Nebr.: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Greenberg, Jewell; and Mr. and Mrs. Gent Has- kins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Smith of Hutchinson were visitors Mem- orial Day of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Appleby. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lorimer of Superior were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Johnson of McPherson were dinner guests Memorial Day of Mrs. Vernie Emigh. Memorial weekend guess of Mrs. Cleo Blending were: Mr. and Mrs. Max Blending, Joni and David of Douglas, Kans. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Briggs of Wichita. Mrs. Jack Sweet, Harriet and Jewell of Mankato visited Ernest Briggs on Monday evening at the Blending home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bhmding, Roberts, Di- anne and Donna of St. Johns spent from Monday until Wed- nesday visiting his mother, Mrs. Blending, and her father~ Mr. Tom Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gert> son. Mrs. Rodger Gertson ar~ daughter, Tuesday Lynn, uf Odessa, Tex. spent the Me~- oriel weekend visiting her n~o- thor, Mrs. Etta Young, l~'rs. Margaret Gertson, and ot,ber role[ires. Miss Florence Nelson was taken suddenly ill on Sunday and underwent surgery aft the Belleville hospital on Momday, May 29th. She will be ~ pa- tient there for several~ days yet. Robert Gertson made a busi- ness trip to Kansas C~ity on Monday and was accompanied by his brother-in-law, Gone I I I Illl I I I ..... Phone Night or Day: FR 8.3211 [ /lankato, Kansas I I I I I I VACATION IN A BETTER USED CAR CARS ~NE HAVE FOUR OLDSMOBILE DRIVER'S EDUCA- TION CARS---1957 Models--nave 5 year and 50.000 Mile Warranty at NEW LOW PRICES! 1967 CAMARO Convertible; 327, 4-Spd., Buckets and Console: Demo. 1966 VISTA CRUISER OLDS; 9 Pass.; Air and All; Like New. 1~ CHEVELLE SS396 Sport Conv.; 4-Spd., Buckets and console; Demo. ~ OLDflMORILE 96 Town 8edanI~?ful.! power a/td IMr-I like ~W" ' .' ~ ~ ' '~' r' 1966 IMPALA 4-Dr. Sedan; Full Power, Factory Air; Still in Warranty; Like New. IN5 IMPALA Coupe; V-8, AT, PS; Like New; Y~llow, Black Vinyl Roof; Bla~k Vinyl Seats, 1966 CHEV. BEL AlE 4-door, V-8, AT; 1 local owner, white, red interior. 1965 CHEVELLE S. S. Coupe; V-8, Power and Air; Vinyl Roof. I965 IMPALA 4-Dr. SEDAN V8, AC, PS, one local owner. 1965 OLDSMOBILE DYNAMIC 4-Dr. Sedan; Power and Air; LocaJly Owned and Priced to Sell. 19114 OLD8 98 TOWN SEDAN, full power and all'; very clean. 1~$4 RAMBLElt 4-DOOR 770 power and air; 1 locgl owner. 1964 GRAND PRIX PONTIAC; power and air; one local owner. IN4 CHEVELLE MALIBU Sport Coupe; low mileage; locally owned. 19~ OLD8 JET STAR Holiday Sedan; Full Power and Air. 1964 FORD FAIRLANE 500; 289 Engine, Stnd. Trans., Blue Vinyl Interior: Double Sharp. i963 CHEV. IMPALA COUPE; V-8, Floor Mt. Trans., Red; Sharp. 1962 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX; Air and all the Goodies; Or/ginal, Like New. 19~8 CHIEV. IMPALA COUPE; Red in color. 1961 CHEV. 4-Dr.; 6 CyI., Overdrive; Nice Solid Car. 1960 IMPALA 4-Dr. H. T., 4 Spd. Sharp i TRUCKS 1966 GMC; V-6, 4-Spd.; Nice. 1965 CHEV.; Long, Wide, 6 Cyl.; 1 Local Owner; Nice. 1964 CHEV. 2-Ton; 102 CA; An Ideal Harvest Trnek, |~65 CIIEV. 2-Ton; V-8, 2.Spd., 102 CA. 1962 CHEV..% Ton: 6 CyI., 4-Spd.; Priced Right. 1959 FORD; 4-Spd., Long Wide BoX; Good. 1959 CHEV. ~ Ton; 3-Spd.; Slmrp. n SALESMEN: Max Dudley, HoWm'd Reeee, Lyhd0n Bo~, BIH Llaflwig, Orval CAWKEIt CITY, KANrSAfl Haskins. , nice lunch was served by the Mr. and Mrs. M~Ix ~,qIarble of ho~'tess. Wichita. spent Memffrial Day Mr. and Mrs. Merle Spoom r visiting his father, ,*i'im Mar- and family of Gaylord, Kan.~. ble, and Mi'. and Mrs. Joe were guests Sunday of her par- King,~ley. , eats, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Mill- Mr. and" Mrs. Lewis Young or. Afternoon callers were Mr. : and Mrs. Georgia. Dodson of and Mrs. Earl Tobias. Kansas City ret;urv,ed home on Mr. Winston Clark of Moor Tuesday after spending see- croft, Wyo. is spending a few oral days visitirirg Mrs. Etta days with his mother. Mrs. Young and' Mr..a'nd Mrs. Earl Grace Hyde. Finn. Mrs. Minnie Staffers enter- My, and M~s. Bernard Flinn tained the Friendship Clubat of Jerome, Ida. ~spent the Week- her home on Friday afternoon end with her n_lother, Mrs. At- with five members present and ta Rathbun. 1V~rs. Rathbun ac- two guests. Miss Sarah Baird companied he,~ daughters, Mrs. and Mrs. Margaret Gertson. Dewey Beau:~haw of Hutchin- Mrs. Etta Young was in charge son, and Mros. F]inn to Iowa of the program. Miss Baird for a visit w/ith relatives, won the guess box and Mrs. Mrs. Emraa Joerg, Mrs. AsS-, Gertson, the hostess package. rid Hails and Glenn Gertson A nice lunch was served by left with Lheir two cars and!the hostess. two trailer!s on Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Staf- Richmont~, Minn. to enjoy two ford returned home Sunday el- week.,; of fishing. Mr. and Mrs. ter a weekend visit with Mr Lilburn :McDaniel .of Randall and Mrs. Walter Hocker and are spe'nding the summer at Cynthia at O'Fallon, Me. Richmond. Members of the Mystic Cir Weekend guests of Mrs. Era- tie Club and their families on- ma Jo~,,.g were: Dr. and Mrs. joyed a pot luck supper and Emory'Gertson of Atwood: Mr. wiener roast Friday evening and N/,rs. Mason Joerg andin the City Park. Cindy of Manhattan; Dr. and The wedding of Miss Naomi Mrs. 7Dale Emig and two chil- Temple, daughter of Rev. and dren ~f Abilene; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Paul Temple, of Formoso Rusy~Pll Webster of Salina were and Mr. James Freeman, son eall~rs Memorial Day. of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Freeman, M~r. and Mrs. Bud MeGeary of Mankato took place Satur- andl three daughters of Wichita day evening at the Formoso were Memorial weekend guests Community Church. The core- of her mother, Mrs. Verniemony was performed by the Emigh. bride's father, followed by a -- reception in the church dining Mr. and Mrs. Laben Ped- hall. The young couple are L~ck, Mr. and Mrs. John Quick spending their honeymoon in of Yates Center and the ladies' Colorado. father, Raldo Hale, of Concor- Mr. and Mrs. Orville James dia were dinner guests Tues- and Mrs. Vernie Emigh had day of Mrs. Isis Bowles. Wed- dinner together Sunday at the nesday dinner guests were Mr. Dinner Bell in Belleville. and Mrs. Leonard Stransky of Robert Sloan of Osborne was Lone, Me. a Saturday afternoon and sup- Mrs. Cleo Blending visited per guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday at the home of Mr.Taylor Clark. He later called and Mrs. Dan Earley in Belle- on his grandmother, Mrs. Ella ville. Mr. Earley entered the Patterson, in Courtland. Belleville hospital this Tues- Miss Barbara Ann Balch of day for surgery. Concordia spent the weekend Those from this area who at the home of her grandpar- attended the 50th wedding an- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Belch. niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Don The Balchs have received re- Wade at Osborne on Sunday cent word that their grandson, were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peter- Robert, of Woodward, Okla. son of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. has returned to the hospital John Fuller of Mankato, Mr.in Oklahoma City to have his and Mrs. Lewis Dunstan, Mr.cast changed and would have Will Dunstan, Mr. and Mrs. to remain for 12 more weeks Howard Appleby, and Mr. andin the cast. Mrs. H. G. Field. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dewey The Formoso City Fire De- and two children of Jasper, partment has issued the foLTex. are guests of his brothers, lowing siren warnings: for Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dewey and fires within the city limits, one, My. and Mrs. Blake Dewey, two minute continuous blast; and other relatives here and for rural fires, two 30 secon~ at Hays. blasts; for tornado warning or Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jacob- any other take cover disaster, son of Manhattan were week- the siren will make one Itmg end guests of Mr. and Mrs. wailing up and down sound for Clayton Hughes. a two minute duration. A community shower is being Glen Scouten suffered a se-held Thursday evening at the vere stroke and is in a critical school auditorium for Mr. and condition in the St. Joseph's Mrs. Chas. Watson, who lost tIospital in Concordia. Mr.their home and most of its Scouten was a former resident contents by fire recently. Ev- of this area for many years, ery one is invited to attend. and served as pastor of theMrs. Vernie Emigh, Mrs. Is- Formoso Community Church is Bowles and Mrs. Banks for a number of years. He Field spent Monday in Smith has been a resident of the Center. Mrs. Bowles and Mrs. Sunset Home in Concordia for Field spent the day with Dr. some time. and Mrs. Chas. Gibson, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale DeBock Mrs. Emigh visited at the and family of Aledo, Ill. spent home of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Wednesday and Thursday vis-Elwood. iting his aunt, Mrs. HowardMrs. Henry Piper of Beloit Appleby, and Mr. Appleby. has been dismissed from the Mrs. Bruce Howland accom- Bellevil]e hospital and is with panied Mrs. Robert Howland her parents, Mr. and Mrs. La- and daughter, Clelia, to Law- verne Stansbury, in Formoso. rence on Wednesday and visit- The Formoso Library Club ed at the home of her dough- held its May meeting at the ter, Mrs. Ron Koehn, and faro- Legion Hall Friday afternoon. ily. Robert Clark Howland,'.~ ]'~:good program was enjoyed ~student at the Univers!ty 'at.I~h~ a ~Ce qunch was serve~ Lawrence, accompanied his I I~the!~io~esaes, Mrs. Pea'rl mother and his sister, Mrs. I Rettinger and Mrs. J. W. Robert Howland and Clelia, on I Clark. This WaS the last meet. to Kansas City where Clelia ~ng until September. took a plane for Washington, " ~iss Joan Sheahan, bride- D. C.. where she has employ- elect of Mr. Kenneth Kimmi- ment for the summer, nau of Superior. will be honor Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond guest at a community bridal and family of Webber and Mr. shower on Saturday evening and Mrs. Dale Erickson and at 8:00 o'clock, at the school family of Courtland were Wed- auditorium. Every one is in- nesday evening supper guests vised to attend. of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ap- Mr. and Mrs. George Green pleby, of Howard, Colo. were recent Mr. and Mrs. Smith Howland visitors at the home of their of Elkhart, Ind., Mrs. Nelson son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green. Stainbrook of Minneapolis and and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Maude Howland were din- Ray Studer. They were called ner guests Monday of Mr. and ;here on account of the death Mrs. Bruce Howland. Mr. anti of her brother-in-law, Carl He- Mrs. Smith Howland left later din, of Courtland. Mrs. Hein on in the day for their home was formerly Rose Studer. after spending two weeks visit- Memorial weekend guests of ing his mother, Mrs. Mau~ Mr, and Mrs, Ralph O. John- Howtand, and other relatives son were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and friends. Johnson and Rodney of Albu- The Formoso Chapter East- querque, N. M. and Mr. and ern Star held their regular Mrs. Wayne Johnson and Der- meeting Thursday evening and on of Saline. entertained their guest, Mrs. Mrs. Elvie Konovalsky was Aunita Anderson. District Aide hostess to the Hawthorne Club for District No. 42. She is a on Thursday afternoon. The member of Evening Star at ladies enjoyed a social time Mankato. Several other mere- and a nice lunch was served hers from that chapter attend- by the hostess. The next meet- ed, along with a group from ing will be held with Mrs. Port Chapter Eastern Star at Connie Smith. Jewell. Refreshments Were Mr. antl Mrs. Ernest Hyde served by Mrs. Civic Konoval- have gone to Lakeside. Mont. sky, Mr#. Jane Jacobs at~d for a two weeks' visit at the Mrs. Mildred Reece. home of their daughter, Mr. Mrs. Vernie Emtgh enter- and Mrs. Raymond R0gge and tained the Mystic Circle Club Donnie aml Jerry Howland at her h me Thursday after- of Leot rdVllle, Karts. spent noon. Mrs. Vera Dempsey was last week at the home of their m. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Spooner and Jack of Gaylord and Mr. and Mrs. Elza Miller were Sunday afternoon visitors oil Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Green of Howard, Colo. were Thursday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higbee. Mrs. Wilbur Ober! Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert and Jeanette, Mr. and Mrs Verl Mendenhall and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bartley and Geneva, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nitsch attended Hays Com- mencement Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Menden- hall, Loren Weeks and Rodney Heitschmidt were among the graduates that evening. Funeral services were held for Jim Saltkill of Downs at Odessa Monday a.m. with bur- ial at Odessa. Ethel Thomas received word her brother, Dean Bart]ey, was seriously hurt in a truck-car accident near Ruskin, Nebr. Dean is in the Hastings' hos-i )ital. Thursday evening, Odessa ,4-H held their spring tour fol- lowed by a pot luck supper at Wcstbranch schoolhouse. The rest of the community joined for the supper honoring Mr. and Mrs. John Randall, the former Martha Shirley. A mon- ey tree was presented the cou- ple," who left early Saturday enroute to Maryland where John will teach Math at Walter Johnson ttigh School near Washington, D. C. We were happy to hear Martha sing again, as well as her father, Mr. Lee Shirley. Our very best wishes go with this fine couple to their new home. Martha was a former Odessa 4-H mem- ber and we all enjoyed seeing Martha and getting acquainted with her husband, who is from South Dakota. I feel Martha its one up on John, as she ;proved "money does grow on trees", in Kansas sometimes. Martha recently returned from studying in Germany on a scholarship she was awarded and we are proud of her achievements in her chosen field of music. Geneva Bartley spent from Monday until Thursday with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Weeds, at Hays. Sunday dinner guests of Sam Oberts were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Obert of Esbon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Obert of Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Obert and family, Mrs. Nellie Obert of Sweet Home, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Heitschmidt of Osborne. Another 2 to 3 inch rain blanketed this area Tuesday and Wednesday. It relieved the water hauling and pastures are growing. The Henry Kellers, Mike Youngs, Effie Basset, Ernie and Henry Kattenbergs and Ed Clerks attended a family reumon at Hill City Sunday. Vacation Bible School closed at Esbon Friday with a pro- gram Sunday evening. Shelly Clark returned from ~a trip to Utah with her aunt ,and unchL the "~ill Rlf0haodl~, of Hastings. : (First Published in Jewell Co. Reocrd, Thursday, June 8, 1967) It TO THE ELECTORS OF UNIFIEO SCHOOL DISTRICT 277, JEWELL COUNTY: Notice is hereby given that the above school district will file an application with the School Budget Review Board for authority to increase its budget and expenditures for operating expenses over that otherwise permitted under Sen- ate Bill No. 432 of the 1967 session of the Kansas Legisla- ture (The School Foundation Finance Act, amended). The maximum budget and expenditures for operating ex- penses of the district if such application is not granted will be $203,953.68. The amount of the increase applied for is $2799.32. The approximate increase in the district's tax levy if such increase is authorized will be .50 mills, or $.50 per thousand dollars of assessed Valuation. The reason for making the application is as follows: "The salary schedule of the district is below the salary schedule of the district which has the high- est salary schedule of all dis- tricts in the same enrollment classification as determined and adjusted by the state board a's p vkded, and raid 1/mitatl h Will permit Bill 432, Sention 17, effective May 2, 1967. GENE FRER!CHS, Presiden~ KAREN THOMPSON, Clerk GALE TEGLEY, Treasurer, Unified School District No. 277, Burr Oak, Jewelt County, Kansas. (First Publishedin Jewell County Record, Thursday, May 25, 1967)) 3t N THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KAN- SAS In the Matter of the Estate of Marie A. Brown, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERN- ED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been flied in said court by Gladys L. Ham- ilton, Joyce Lammers, Jack L. Hunter, Harry Hunter, Eugene A. Hunter and Hazel Wilde asking for the admis- sion to probate of the will of Matte A. Brown, dated Nov- ember 10, 1959, which will is filed with said petition, and for the appointment of L. M. Weltmer as administrator c.t.a, of said will; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before June 16, 1967, at 10:00 A. M., of said day, in said court, in the City of Mankato, Kansas, at which time arid place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Gladys L. IIamilton, Joyce Lammers, Jack L. Hunter, Harry Hunter, Eugene A. Hunter, and Hazel Wilde Petitioners ATTEST: Byron Rogers (SEAL) Probate Judge W. E. Garrison and Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer Attorneys for Petitioners (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday,June 1, 1967) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Otto H. Wilson, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has ben filed in said court by Laurence Wilson as executor under the will and of the estate of Otto H. Wilson, deceased, asking for final set- tlement of said estate, for set- tlement and allowance of his account as executor thereof, for approval of all acts and proceedings of such executor. for compensation for him and his attorneys, for a determin- ation of the heirs, devisees and legatees of the decedent, for of the heirs, devi~ecs and leg tees nf the decedent, for a~ sigmncnt of the assets and property,nf said estate to those enliil,'d thereto and for all other pror~er relief; anti you are her,,hy required to file your writhe (hq'cns(,s th(,relo on or befor( ,hmc 23, 1967, at 10:00 A.M. nf s, id day, in said court, in the City or Mankato, Kansas, at whi(I, time 5111(I place said cause will h,, heard. Should you fail lherui~, judg- ment an(l dt't'ree will 1)( , nter ed in due course upon ,~aid petition. EDNA BELI)EN, as executor under the will anti of the estate of Josephine l)augherty, dccea sed. We]truer, We]truer & Wcllmer, Attorneys for Exe('ulor. ATTEST: Byron Ro~ers, (Seal) l)rol)ale .itldge. Northwestern Insurance Co, SACK W. Speeial Agent Jeweli, Kans. - HA 42tf IMA FORD Bonded Mankato, (First Published in Jewcll Co. Record, Thursday, .June 8, 19(;7) 3t IN THE PROBATE COUIUI? OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Melter of the F.slate of William A. Blauvcll, ])e- eeased. DR. J. R. i Dentist Office Hours: 8:30 to Afternoon by K ansas l)r. Dale A. Optometrist 1202 N. Mill 3 doors North of Theatre NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT Phone 262, Beloit OF EXECUTOR The State of Kansas to lhe Creditors, tieirs, l)evisces and Legatees of William A. Blan- velt, deceased, and all others Dr. John J. Pa who arc or nqay he concerned: You and each of you will Optometric*Eye take notice thai on the 1st tiny el' ,imle, 1967, Roy C. Blauvelt Smith Center, was app')inted Executor of the will of William A. IUauvelt, deceased and duly qualified as such executor and letters testa- mentary were issued to him AI on June 1, 1967. by the Probate Coin Opera'(el Court of Jewell CouWy, Ken WASHERS & sas. A convenient way to All parties interested in said Open 24 hours per estate will take notice and go',, Seven days a We, ern themselves ac