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r... ". " Jewel] County Record, Manka{e, i .... ........ 'A guests to home made ice]Mrs. Opal Tromble and girls..lIowa, were Sunday dinner[tonwood slabs on his fath- i:: : || cream at the Robert Wilson Mrs. Harry Reynolds of] guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnler's claim, one mile south of Pllilllf .t home Sunday afternoon. [Mansfield, Ohio, and Mrs. Abel and Elizabeth. I Northbranch. With his sis- l+i Fortes Howard Mr and Mrs Ralph O i Edna Pet.?rson of BeloitI Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mod- Iter~ (Sylvia Harris Viola '~ ", ......... h,hnson of (imaha were] were Saturday supper guests lin were Sunday evening lCline and Jennie Dillon-- i:! 'MtU Edna Masters return- weel~,,nd -uesl~ of andiof Mr. and Mrs. Clarence] visitors of Mr and Mrs. lnow deceased) and brother, Monday after at- Mrs Floyd Myers i Maag. ]Arby Cole. [Fred Perry attended School ..... a three weeks work Mr aid Mrs Rona dI Mr. and Mrs. Lester[ Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ben-]District No. 111, located on ' ,' l ap: Linguistics at Fort p,p,.~', yl,e a,,u" ,,,,,,,,,,....,J;) ,,,r, I Bausch. ..... attended the wed-]nett were Sunday evening the northeast corner of the l ql t.State College. moso wt e "'h -s-". ] chug ot her niece Ray Jean ] visitors at the Clarence famnly homestead He con- } ! ... . .,,, u,.uayev. .- .. , . " i: :" . bll .. Emma Cortner. will .... .,,;s ,."" e.,t:"r', I latum, at Concordla on Sun-[ M eeker and Elmer Alexan-[tinued his education at tbe her 96th btrthday lin homP [day. [ der homes. [Northbranch Academy, and '[. i i otl' rsday, July 21. "'lVIrs "'Derald Decker andI Mr. and Mrs. Don Korbl Bret Decker of Dallas, i later at Friends University and Mrs Bill Siebert Mrs "(;lenn Paul took Mrs land family of Denver, Colo., [ Texas, is spending this week]in Wichita. ai/ AI A nr, ", ..... e ........ ." ....... "'land Mr and Mrs Franklin the Derald Decker home I Perry Hadley and Martha i '. vo,.,.m~..-, .... , wutu oaLut" L)llreiVlOOn l.O rlastlngs on " " . i ' callers at the wo, ..... h .... h,, i .... I:] Korb were Sunday diner] Mrs. Gene Whmler and boys[Tracey were married nn ", ~$~no.1 homo o [guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde of Sahna came Monday] t905 and for seven years 1~ e [ ~ Ib~d'ill ............ R ~IRLI~ L'J l'.J It 1 K.i 1 I I,.1 + %IrL*, ........ and Mrs Glenn Fear b s"e i" :.. ,.. [Korb and family Innght to vnslt rn the Deckerlwere Friendsmissionaries i . -w .. ,, ,,, ,,e . "" ' bq, nd h, rrv and Mr nna na ..... h ........ , ,,,;,hi Margaret and Manty Har-lhome ]m southeas era Alaska V q'lin Paul of Redother relatives Iris or wlcmta were weekendI Mr. and Mrs. erle eealThere, in 1912, a son, Har- l i T taltors of Mr and Mrs s,~ew ~h .... sr , .eL- ;,, "th,/Harris. [overnight and Saturday[ Hadley died. In 1914, Perry : / : ere ....Saturday even- . vCind"- .,..and,....Lee. ..,.Ann.,. FosterI,,, .,c guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mack of Tarkio, Mo., were Friday[ old, was born and Martha : i P ul ..... u .... .... e, ........ i Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Morris]guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ev-[married Gertrude Motter. : 7.7 J" phil Gates returned Ft ster'ho'me's ................ and Eugene spent Sunday if-]erett Reed. ]They had two children, Her- 7 ' 'Frldav from the Red .... a )Lo r v, rl rv., ternoon in Hastings visiting] Mr. and Mrs. Bill Siebert[bert and Sara. From 1917 to hospital after spend- zock'and Dennis returned in the Maurrce Shaff.r[and boys of Aloha, Ore. 1922, tbe Hadleys served as aast ten days there home Frida- evenin,, from a home. [were Thursday evening din- missionaries in artic Alaska. from a knee in ...... , " -- q'. Mr and Mrs. Neff Piercelner guests of Mr and Mrs. IOn their return to Kansas - ~,~z~z ~,t:+~S vacation i. , a- . , " . "' , had to be lanced coma Wash They vi :iled o| Clarkston, Wash., were]Dave Demaray. l.ater ,n thet they l,ved for many years c. il lh' ;7 Saturday afternoon and sup- I evening they called at the lone-half mile west of North- . " IIUI p~llUlllb, IVII i.lllLl IYlI.~ k.J. SoY[day nfc. .... a ,,,h ..... I, per guests of Mr. and Mrs. lFred Zimmerman and Har-[branch on the farm Perry ' " lilil on and Mrs Wendell t --- l)allas Morr s. Ne I and Da -1 old Ahrens homes.[ purchased from h s mother h~i;t ', - -I VL','~. " , " Ins graduated from the same Mr and Mrs Roy Bran After Gertrude Hadte s :',, .... bal'ger and boys of Rev and Mrs G R Also- .' " ... '. , { " '" - Y' " rnm Mn. +.,,,,,t, .,,,a cross at mrr uarc rfignldon were Sunday d nner death in 1940 he stayed for n ra few days inIohn Parsons w re Monda,, School. [ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle some t me on the old family .i - ', "their adventseven[no vis iors Mr ar;d Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oliver[Wood at the Mainliner Care place with his sisters, Sylvia : ': ' r li'a Powell Mrs Douolas Gillett and Mr spent from Saturday untd in Belolt. They called on hls Hams and Viola Chne. His lrs Curtis 'Os ,, " '/,_._ .. .... ( ..__; Monday in the Carl Oliver mother, Mrs Daisy Brand(m l"ter years were spent in the ,~III~;,:iMIU - anu wlrs. 11~111 l+rallC J anu . . _ . n .... t ~' )'i':,'i'ii ill~l~r~.la~,l' t"~.tantor K~ng ~ .a., home at Manhattan Earl n tire afternoon eastern art of the United iWl "l'hm- av in the home r,n s r. lnon P,,,,h Kayla and Linda accompan- Mr and Mrs. Charles Pot- Slates so that he might be L = ........................ " ' ,l T ;Tm:u;t Mrs Fred San- Stevie andBob ()f Be le' md thew grandparents home iter and son, Mr. and Mrs. near his children. ...... " , ,,m ....... ..... [or a week's visit. Ham d Potter, of Piqua, Perry Hadley was a life- '{,i))] ...... iMrs CarO'ld Van "o l, ................ ...... .,,an ................... ,,,I;,, Stel a Simpson was ad- [Ohio came Monday to v s t long member of North- ! ,r~ P ~7~'. ....................... ?' milled, to .the Red Cloud hos-[ her 'sister. , Mr. and Mrs. branch Monthly Meeting of i:11 bf:Mr.and "Mr and Mrs Homer I l, ltal on I, rlday for observa-IClark Calahan, and other' Frends and there, as a :?I= I ....... ..... ...... , .... o.,a ....... ,. ....... ,.....a tl m and treatment. I relatrves Iw)ung man. he was recorded v l,~ ~vatmll,a u.ml~ to~tttttff ~l/kllJl)~ ~})~lll. IIIU WU'~I~UII~ , ' a c~ ,"- .... ...... ,,hi,,, Mr and Mrs. Orville tiaf-] Mrs Edna Masters and a ministerFollowmg 1954 !l~_L~tl~,lli, V~UUL In ~t ........ , ...... , ,,a~c ..... ~, . . ". . . - . . , Mr. Jerry Ahrens the Houslon Astros and lhe, her were hosts at a premclMrs. Earl Mulhns spent Fr,-Ihe also held adl(,urnlng ~"f:mHv f R nta Ann ~t I,,,;;~ Saturday evening nonoringidaywith Mrs. Ella Summers membershipin the Ames- %/ .......... ' -- .... M,mH v l,mch-' ........... Mr. Ilarold Hadley of New I of Wehber. bury Mass., Monthly Mect- " 'S 'of"Mr." and'Ma J Korb Sr re York, Mr. Herbert Hadley ofI Mr. and Mrs. Keith Me-ing;' the meeting ,ff the Phrladelphna, and Miss Sara Keown and famrly of near uaker oct, ,Iohn Greenleaf Gates and family, turned home Sunday from .............. [ ........ [Q P .-. . and ll 'i h rrl , nli t,: rl tha lat alla ,;Iha h, en;tol Mr rlaoley oi washington, u. Su ermor and Mr ann tvlrs Whittier from youm ~ .................................... r" ............ " .... "l P " ' " i.,." ~-A~al~IP~,,,~t the same Wer- u-;t*.,;-, (, ~r, on is Ott}er guests Included Mr. IFrank Dugger of Tucson, through old age, Perry serv- ';'" ~ "" ' ~/~'~'i'~' .... t..fnr ................ and Mrs.. (Charles Hansen I Ariz,. were Saturday visitors, led the Friends Church in ..... ' ,4 , ....... .... ,,,:.. and Fonda )f Overland Park [in the David Demaray home. I manv ways" president of m 'ule, e. Fair Mr and Mrs Ed Weld trans., tvrr. ann Nlrs rJtonI Mr. anu Mrs. Roy Bran- Kansas Yearly Meetir g ' L''r ...... .... Clme of Plttsburg, Kans.,ldon were Saturday evening Christian Endeavor Union' g , el a'a N M were no, a Mrs- Manuel Casado, Bonnre,]visitors of Mr. and Mrs as missionary; as pastor of :'< nf th,i, n; .... a Mar a d Lisa, of W chlta, lJohn Gales. meetings in Kansas and Ok- al llk' M .7" r a"Mr's. .... Mr's "-'l a ,ia"l emaraT'Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Win-] Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Deck- lahoma; as board member of slow Mrs Etta Masters and r r 'iMr Howe took w c:" Dock-r H W' " ' .." ,e, M. and Mrs. Lee GaP Northbranch Academy and W.kmad admitted to the C."r'uh'h's wero +u-".sdav af,er" Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mulli.ns. ]man, Mr. and Mrs. David of Friends University; and in ill" --hospital early n oon"coffee" guests of IVIrs , Mr. and ,Mrs. Don Mahaf-lDemaray and Mrs. Boyd places of leadership in rooting. ........... Keeve nawmns :in '-honor- r)t ; ry. ot NJanKato. . .were aatur- I Korb, Bing and. Heather, Northbranch. Monthly Meet- day evening visitors of Mr [were Sunday diner guests in and Walnut Creek Quar t1 ,. trod.MrS. Bill Siebert the birthdays of Ethelyn ..... g l!l .l ys of Aloha, Ore., are Demaray and Maltie Decker. and Mrs. L. L. Bender. of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cain- terly Meeting. At the time 11 l'ather, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Will Howell Mrs. Patty Thomas, Stev- hart in honor of the birth- of his death, he was a mere- and Douglas, of South Card- days of Mattie Decker, Eth- ber of the Committee for / ll,.aP, m At rietta, in Ar- of Albany, Calif., were lind, Mr. and Mrs. Earl elyn Demaray and PhilaMinistry and Counsel of Vera Marietta of Thursday supper and Friday Thomas of Lebanon, and Mr. Calahan. Amesbury Monthly Meeting. them. dinner guesL,: of Mrs. Bar- Amos Yapp were Thursday Mrs. Della Garber of Po-Perry Hadley also main- ,] tir im Mrs. Gaff Hatfield bara Howell. They were ov- ' 4 ,qHURSDAY, JULY I. JEWELL COUNT.Y I best of our knowledge and[ first annual a se: PEE WEE LEAGUE I belief is true and correct. ]made by said I L.M. Wood, [rict as against Games Since July 1 I Nita E. Fair, [irrigable lands in B Mankato 15; Randall 5[ F.R. Fair, I of said district to repay Jewell 7; Randall 2 ] Directors. I struction charges of th Jewell 8; Mankato 5 [ rigation distribution w Esbon 13; Jewell 8 I(First Published in JewelllThe Board of Directors Mankato 14; Montrose 3 [ County Record, Thursday ] levied an assessment Randall 13; Montrose 8 [ July 14 1966)3t" '[each irrigable acre wi Montrose 18; Esbon 4 I I IOTICE T()" [said Block I, and a hea Burr Oak 6; Randall 2[ LANDOWNERS ]will be had thereon at Burr Oak 5; Mankato 2 ] of [ time and place stated in" League Standingw ,[ BLOCK I, BLOCK If, [?e:t tanddeteerm) ,:blief sud " "" " 5 1 [BLOCK 111 and BLOCK IV iJ , _ q and t urr UaK ....... / TIE VANSA BOST l equanze me same, Esbon .......... 4 3 I WICK IRRIGATION I hear all objections to Mankato ........ 4 4 [ DISTRICT NO 2 [assessments at such t Randall ......... 3 4 / " land place; and will t Jewell .......... 2 3 / You are hereby n )t!fiedI make'such changes in Montrose ....... 2 5 i that on me 29th day or JulY, i same as shall appear tO [1966, at 9:00 A. M. therel,,. a e-uitable Wesleyan [ will ...... be held at the office of [ equallzeJ '" het same. A scl Ex. 20:12. "Honour thy]sardlrrrgatr n D!strlct,. m[ule of said assessmenU father and thy mother: that[tlae..wrtYr ourtranu, Ke-[now on file in the offiO thy days may be long upon[PUnX!c ounty., r ansas, a[said District at Courtll the laud'which the Lord thylnearrng uponthe annua ,.as-[ Kansas, and any intere God giveth thee." i sessment mane ny said olst-I person may examine The Wesleyan Youth hadI rict as. against the irrigable/ schedule. election of officers Sunday llands rn Block I, Block II.[ BOARD OF DIRECTC evening. Mike Howell was]BIck ,.III .and Block IV I John E. Ayers, elected President and Glen-Isalu ulstrrct to meet i President da Hatfield was elected Vice[ g.eneral expenses of the dist-I Dewayne Lindberg,: President. Larry Howell will lr!ct and the cost ot opera-[ Secretary be Delegate to the Young[tlon,. maintenance, repa)r[ Kenneth M. Tuley,, People's Conference in Aug- [ana rmprovements or sala[ Treasurer ust m irrigation works tO supp;y _..; Irs Irene Williams waslwater to the irrigable landslT, ............ released from the Smith n w;thl,n ebol?sCkhSave The 1 3 ty Ug s?e lnhu ; Center Hospital on Friday. [tloara or e , "1 Jul,, 14 1960' 3t' Mr and Mrs Wm Zadelled an assessment against[vr,r .vu "Dt, " .~ ' 11 "~ 1111,-, llXUU~t I~ ,l~.~v were in Oxford, Nebr,. Sat-leach. . classified. rrlgable acrel OF IEWEI L COUNTY,-" urday and Sunday visiqng[wrthm said blocks, and a[ with his brother from Call-Ihearing will be had thereon] ......... and "lace st-'t"-al in the lvlatter oi [[IG fornla m at tllU LIIII i [/ . a UU I . r . .. ~ ..... ~,d Mille Johnson of St Paul in order to determine if such[ tate OL.Lotne eue ' ....... 1 an" tol mlCK, ueceasea. Minn., is visiting with his Is lUSt ann equnao e , a ,,] NOTICE OF HEARII~ grandparents, Mr andMrs equanze me same, anu wt;ll ........ Oliver Burks of Jewell. ah3sars amllen'blee: n:u:2 UChel A?? pSet2:oen3! c ann amSe lO" Mrs. Corn Sanders of ...... I You are hereby nod Broken Arrow, Okla, Mrs ann pmce; ann will then ........ _. Clara Rich of Brookport,m::: :: a hangeSrltoth3[te lati:$e31U nu? Sb;e : 111, sisters-in-law of Otie "PP luh,.,a .... %ompso, , and Mrs. Marie just. ann. equitable ,an, lth%'"g'sta% K e of Okl homa City equalize tlac same. A scnea-i ........ eel a ,, ..... 11VlC ormlcK, ueceasea, p a of Otie'sule or said assessments ISl ........ ...... , .... . .... '( ~-. o -I rng tot a tlnal setueme~ snent a few days visiting now on tim rn me orrlc~ ot~ ..... " , _.~ with Otie and others said District at Courtland, lSalU estate, ,,l?wr me __" Kansas, and any interested mc nttm n $1a3mienist Miss Elaine Seamans re- person may examine the th'ereof, for the decre turned Sunday afternoon schedule, said court adjudging from Yukon. Oklahoma BOARD OF DIRECTORS are the heirs of the where she had attended a Jonn E..Ayers, dent. for the" decree ofl wedding of Miss Judy .-. t'resroen. ,, court assigninu the erl uewayne Llnuoerg, o Hay y. .. . of said estate to those ecretary titled thereto and for Kenneth M. Tuley, other proper relief; and Call No. 458 Treasurer Charter No. 6817 are hereby required to REPORT OF CONDITION of The First National Bank (First Published in Jewell yourto onWrittenor beforedefenseSthe 8thti of Mankato in the State of County Record, Thursday, of August, 1966, at Kansas, at the close of busi- July 14, 1966) 3t o'clock a.m. of said r < IT'S BARGAIN TIME GET YOURS NOW 1966 - Toronado Demo., with power ,and air 1 - 1966 - Pontiae 4 dr. with air, new l - 1966 Tempest 2 dr. Hard Top with power & air, new 1 - 1966 - Olds. 4 dr. with power ,and air, new l - 1966 - GMC Pickup n/; 1966 - GMC ton IN USED CARS t964 - PONTIAC Station Wagon, with power & air 1962 - Chev. 4 dr. 1961 - Chev. 4 dr. with air t959 - Olds. 4 dr. 1960 - Pontiac 4 dr. 1957 - Olds 4 dr., with power and air 963- GMC Pickup LOOK THESE ALL OVER AND LET US MAKE YOU A DEAL P mona, Calif., and her daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bohnger, Marlene and Don, of Danville, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Claron Paxson of Es- boa and Mrs. Curtis Jeffery and family were Thursday afternoon coffee guests oI Mrs. Roy Brandon. " Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dia- mond and Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ald Fisher of Mankato spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mull[as. Mrs. Forest Foster took Lee Ann and Cindy Foster through the House of Yes- terday at Hastings, Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mc- Donnel and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Grubbs had home made ice cream and cake at thc Lyle Jeffery home on July 4th in honor of Beth's birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Moore of Lebanon Sunday evening callers at the Floyd Myers home were: Mrs. Wilbui'e Smith and Sharon of Superior, Mrsi Minnie Dalrymple of Super- [or, Mr. and Mrs. Encilh Lewis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bailey and fam- ily, and Mrs. Lester Such- sland and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Mor- ris visited Mrs. Corn Fuller at the Good Samaritan Home in Superior on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mc- Donnel made a business trip to Belleville and Beloit on Friday. While at Beloit they called on Clifford McCune at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ben- nett spent Saturday evening in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Dethloff and family were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David Dem- aray. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maag entertained with hamburger fry at their home Thursday evening. This was in honor of Bob Spatz, who left Friday with the Wylie Knight harvest crews for the northern-wheat areas. J. PERRY HADLEY James Perry, son of Zimri M. and Sarah A. Hadley, was born in Jewell County, Kans., on Aug. 21, 1875, and died on Feb. 12, 1966, in Philadelphia, Penn., at the age of 90 years, 5 months, and 21 days. His birthplace was a cabin of native cot- tained a lifetime interest in international, national, and local affairs. Wherever he was, he accepted the obliga- tions of responsible citizen- ship. He loyally supported causes that would benefit mankind, and was a kind neighbor and friend to many. In the New England Friends Home, where he liv- ed for eleven years, and in the nursing home where he spent his last months, Per- ry's cheerful and serene spirit won for him affection and respect He valued close ties with a wide circle of relatives, and for his immediate fam- ily he had loving concern No other duties were as im- portant to him as his re- sponsibilities as a husband and father. Perhaps unconsciously, Perry Hadley found the an- swer to a poet's prayer for "courage and gaiety and a :luiet mind". At ninety, as many times before, he met :lifficultigs with courage; with gaiety he shared an amusing family anecdote md hummed or whistled ?am[liar tune; in the Bible or n a favorite hymn, he found ssurance for his quiet mind Penciled in an unsteady hand, he left this statement )f confidence: Oh, g ve thanks unto the Lord, for He is goc , for His mercy en- dureth forever." He is survived by his bro- ther, Fred, of Denver; his children, Harold of New York, Herbert of Philadel- phia and Sara of Washing- ton, D. C.; his five grand- children; and many other relatives. Among them ar( two nieces, Mildred Wins- low and Esther Jeffery ol Northbranch, and a cousin Minnie Scott of Burr Oak. There was a private com- mittal service the North- branch cemetery on Satur- day afternoon, July 9. On Sunday afternoon, July 10 a memorial service was held in the Northbranch Friends Church with the pastor, Rev. Wendell Barnett, officiating. Rev. Olin Belt of Benning- ton, a longtime friend of the family, was the speaker. CARD OF THANKS For the kindnesses of family and friends, we are most grateful. Herbert M. Hadley J. Harold Hadley Sara E. Hadley ness on June 30, 1986. Pub- NOTICE TO said court in the cit iished in response to CallLANDOWNERS Mankato, Jewell Co made by Comptroller of Theof Kansas, at which time Currency, under Section BLOCK I place said cause will 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. THE KANSAS BOST- heard. Should you fail ! ASSETS WICK IRRIGATION in, judgment and decree Cash, balances with DISTRICT NO. 2 be entered in due other banks, and You are' hereby notified upon said petition. cash items in that on the 29th day of July L.M. WOOD, process of roller- 1966, there will be held at Administrx tion ..........$453,691.16 the office of said Irrigation By: Robert H. Meyer, U. S. Gov't. obli- District, in the City of Attorney. gations, direct and Courtland, Republic County, ATTEST: Byron Roger guaranteed .... 341,873.60 Kansas, a hearing upon the (Seal) Probate Jud Obligations of States and political subdivisions . .. 24,500.00 Loans and dis- counts ....... 1,150,025.39 Fixed assets... 15,771.72 Other assets ... 4,045.89 Total Assets . $1,989,907.76 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, L partnerships, and E corporations . $1,082,751.,']8 Time and savings 011 famous undenn[ deposits of indi- viduals, partner- ships, and cor- porations ....,, 270,394.86 Deposits 6f i. S. Gov t... ..... :12,161.50 Deposits of States Always a great value--but now you save e' and political sub- divisions ..... 430,845.68more during this special HEALTHKNIT SALE! Total Deposits $1,796,153.42 t le action.tailored underwear s ecially designed (a) Total demand mefl in the active age. T-Shirts and Briefs are deposits . $],4"/2,758.56 of Pak-nit fabric . . . won t shrink even 1% (b) Total time and savings de- length, (Govt. Std. Test 7550; CCC-T-191b.) posits ... $ 323,394.86 Total Liabili- ties ....... $1,796,153.42 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Common stock-- total par value $ Surplus ..... Undivided profits ...... 93,754.34 rotal Capital Accounts .. $ 193,754.34 Fotal Liabilities and Capital Accounts .. $1,989,907.76 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending wtih call date ........ $2,095,607.42 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ........ 1,167,030.19 I, Lowell O. Yasmer, Cash- ier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. LOWELL O. YASMER We, the undersigned dir- ectors, ttest the correctness 3f this report of eond;tiop arid that it im examined by ahd to 50,000.00 50,000.00 *TM ~OMPAX T-Shirts Springback relnfomed collar stays neat and trim; never sags. Tailored, full-cut arm holes for non-binding, free-and-eesy action. And Pak-nit lab- tic shdnks less than 1%1 Men's ................ 3 for $2.59 Boys' ................ 3 for $1.99 Exclusive cross-tapes for better fit, firm support. All-around heat-resistant elastic waistband; seamless seat, And Pak-nit fabric won't shrink even 1%! Mon's ................ 3 for $2.29 ................ 3 for $1.79 Kut-Ups Athletic Shi~ Most eomfortable undershirt ever madel Exclusive Kut-Ups design lets the Miirt move aside as you sit, bend, mn ,-- doesn't bunch up. Stay-flat sl oulder strap Men's Only, ...... 3 [or $2.19 'v.