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./i:) ! ewell Couaty Reeerd, blm l, top, irma. THURSDAY, JULYI Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown Sunday dinner guest of her ~ with the rodeo during the signs of such defend- judgment and decree will be[Twenty-Four (24), therein owned by~ and R,cnee of Minneapolis, daughter, Mrs. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Jack McEI- four-day celebration, ants as are or were part- entered in due course uponTownship Four -(4) Glenn Kuiken, Miil, a a,:nt a few days with Stone , and family,roy and Warren returned Reserved seat tickets may ners or in partnership; said petition. I South, Range Three (3), of his death; aJ ~parenCs, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black- home Sunday after a vaca- be obtained by writing the unknown guardians, L M. WOOD as Exe-I West of the 6th P.M., hereby required Pc:ttit and family, stone called on Mr. and Mrs. tion trip in The Black tlilh Haage's Clothing Store or conservators and trus- cutor of the Will1 in Republic County, written defenses Rodeo Association, Box 174, tees of such of the and of the Estate Kansas or before the Olive ttill Ladies Aid So- ciety met Tuesday aftcr- Merle Semke ii, devotions and Mrs. ' Dye'- wa s hostess. Vfi /rod Mrs. John tliatt Carl Moiine of Courtland on Thursday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Gorman Fo- ley and family were Satur- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone Mrs. Marshall Bishop and granddaughters, Debra and DaVee Garman were Friday dinner guests of Mrs. Law- rence Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stone , Phyliss and Dennis att d the funeral of Mr. Gibbs of Bladen, Nebr. on Tuesday afternoon. Dabra and DaVee Garman o : nden, Nebr. spent"" this week with their grandpar- ela ,l r, and Mrs. Marshall sas" Biggest Phi!lipsburg, Kansas Aug. 4-5-6-7 I Three Big Nights SONDAr MATINEE 6 Thrilling Events -- RCA Professional TWO STREET PARADES -- Aug. 4 & 6 at 4 P.M. TEENAGE DANCES - Aug. 4, 5 & 6 at 10 P.M. CARNIVAL -- At The Rodeo Grounds WRITE FOR RODEO TICKETS. W. C. Sullivan, See, ADULTS -- $2.50 CHILDREN -- Half Price We have drugs and prescriptions to help you over a periodic lo wtide or th.at let-down feeling'. Check With your doctor if it persists. ..... MANKATO, KANSAS '111 I~ III IIII Ill ,/ Ill I I I and Yellowstone Park They visited Jack's aunt, Edna Weintel in Denver and Mrs McElroy's cousin, Catheriq( Charboneau, in l.oveland, Col(). Mrs. Lenore Smith who had been visitinv Mrs. Charboneau since Ju!y 14 accompanied them home. Mrs. Dean L. Cline, For- moso, visited her daughter Mrs. Richard Wattenbarg'.'r Wichita, last week and help ed her prepare to move 1() Lawton, Okla. to be will her husband, who is in the! army, at Fort Sill. Pvt. Wat- tenbarger will be an assist- ant to the Chaplain on the base. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crum- fine drove up from Spring- field, Mo., to attend the fun- eral of his mother last week. They were guestf; at the Clarence Blaylock home two nights, returning home on Thursday aftern~on. They also called on Mrs. Mattic Matson who is a resident al the Good Samaritan Home in Superior, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cassett and 4 daughters were week- end guests at the Cleo Hiltgen home. KANSAS' BIGGEST RODEO OPENS THURS., AUG. 4 Kansas' biggest rodeo will open Thursday night, Aug. 4, in Phillipsburg as the highlight of the annual four- day celebration The nation's top RCA pro- fessional cowboys will be riding and roping during the evening performances at 8:00 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and the 2:00 p.m. Sunday matinee. Each year the rodeo is held in a large covered arena used exclusively for the "granddaddy" of all Kansas rodeos since 1929. A non- profit local corporation con- tinues to stage each year's rodeo, just as it did in the early years. Events will include bronc riding, calf roping, bulldog- ging, barrel racing, bareback riding and bull riding. Con- testants will have their hands full when they tangle with the rough, tough stock furnished by Beutler and Son. The cool night air makes the bulls and broncs especially mean and frisky. ~,,OXlMA CENTAURI, THE OTHER THAN OU N F.AREST ~,a,R YEARS Au .... IR SUN, IS 4.2 LIG RAVEL A MILLI ....... -~P.r COULD WOULD S,LL OUR, ,r YEARS TO GETTHERE! ~t: IHAN 3,000 on vaca:/on ? never carry more cash than can afford to lose. Buy Travelers Checks [rom us. e The in Mankato, Kansas FIRST BANK IN MANKATO OLDEST BANK IN JEWELL COUNTY The Bank on the Corner & the Corner-Stone of CON] IDENCE Member Kansas Development Credit Corp. Member F.DJ.C. Since 1983 ESTABLISHED 1883 I I I Phillipsburg. Cost is $2.50 for adults and half price for children. MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMM. CO. REPORT We had another good run ,)f stock; however, mostly heavy cattle were in the of- fering. It keeps raining wound us and the dry spots are getting smaller. One ~ood general rain now would practically stop all movement of cattle into the auctions for awhile. We have already sold large numbers of light cattle due Io the dry weather which normally would be sold in the fall. We are about out of the heavy feeder cattle in this country, so we are an- ticipating much smaller runs of stock. Fat ttogs sold to $23.40. A set of good Pigs weigh- mg around 50 to 60 lbs. sold for $17.25. Light Steer Calves stop- ped at $28.00. A set of Whiteface Steers weighing ~80 lbs. sold for $27.00. 28 Whiteface Steers weighing 550 lbs. sold for $26.60. 15 Mixed Steers off grass and weighing a little under 1000 lbs. sold for $24.45. A set of Whiteface Heifers weigh- ing 443 lbs. sold for $24.50. A set of Whiteface Heifers weighing 480 lbs. sold for $23.80. We had several trail- er loads of Fleshy to Fat Heifers weighing from 800 to 1050 lbs., selling from $23.25 to $23.65. Cows sold mostly from $14.50 to $17.10. A lot of Cows were in the $16.00 bracket. Larger consignors were: Alfred Ross; Carroll Thron- son; Bacil Butler; Don Van der Hage; Aaron Murray; Loide Nelson; Don' Peters; Arthur Cockroft; Vaden Winslow; Arnie Wells; Paul Matters; Thaine Myers; Mar- ion Matter; Wendell Inter- mill; Fred Bohnert; Bob Grif- fith; Dr. Beiderwell;Bud File: Arnold H(mkett, We have plenty of buyers for your stock, We will be glad to appraise and adver- tise them for you. Call us. Remember, we are never satisfied unless you are. VAIL McCLINTOCK Simpson. Kans. BOB ISAAC Mankato, Kans. (First Published in Jewell County Record, Thursday, July 28, 1966) 3t NOTICE Case No. 8185 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS L. M. Wood as Execu- tor of the Will and of the Estate of Otis A. Beenblossom, deceased, Plaintiff, V. A. J. Godfrey; Sarah Godfrey; Lizza A. Beau- champ; Lizzia A. Beau- champ; George H. Beau- champ;George Beau- champ;G. H. Beau- champ;Lizzie Beau- champ;Lizzie A. Beau- champ;Lydia A.Beau- champ;Liza A. Beau- champ; Newell T. Knowlton; John A. Knowlton; John Knowl- ton; Stephen J. Knowl- ton; Nancy J. Knowl- ton: Mary J. Knowlton; Emily L. Leavitt; L. D. Raynolds: Tabtha M. Raynolds; Tabitha M. Raynolds; Tabetha Ray- nolds; Anna Walker; Albert F. Ladwig; R. E. Ladwig; Joseph E. Wig- field; Marie Cortner; Ethel Rhoads; Mac Cra- ble; Spear Bros.; all per- sons who are or were doing business as Spear Bros.; the unknown heirs, executors, admin- istrators, devisees, trus- tees, creditors and as- signs of the following named deceased p:r- sons: Newell T. Knowl- ton, Albert F. Ladwig and Joseph E. Wigfield; the unknown heirs, exe- cutors, administrators, devisees, trustees, cred- itors and assigns of such of the defendants as may be deceased; the unknown spouses of the defendants; the un- known officers, succes- sors, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the defendants as are exasting, diaaolved or J above named defend- ants 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 DES- 1GNATED AND ALL OTH- ER 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 L. M. Wood as Executor of the Will and of the Estate of Otis A. Beenblossom, de- ceased, asking for judgment that plaintiff is the owner in fee simple of the follow- ing described real property in Jewell County, Kansas: Lots Eight (8), Nine (9) and Ten (10) in Block Five (5) in original townsite in City of Burr Oak. and asking the court to: de- termine the descent of the above described real prop- erty through the estates of all of the above named de- cedents; determine the ad- verse claims of each of the defendants to any estate or interest therein: quiet plain- tiff's title to said real prop- erty against all of the de- fendants; forever bar and exclude all the defendants and all persons claiming by, through or under them, from any estate or interest in or lien upon or claim against said real property; and grant plaintiff all such other and further relief as is just and proper. You are hereby required to plead to said petition on of Otis A. Been- blossom, Decea,;(d, Plaintiff. By Weltmer, Weltrner & Weltmer Mankato, Kansas His Attorneys ATTEST: Carol Ross, Clerk (Seal) of District Court (First Published in Jewell County Record, Thursday, July 28, 1966) 3t State of Kansas, C,)unty of .lewell, ss. IN TIlE PI,~OBATI.; COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE In the Matter of the Es- tate of Glenn Kuiken, De- ceased. NOTICE OF ItEAI-:ING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said Court by Winifred Kuiken, an heir-at-law o! Glenn Kuiken, Decea:;ed. praying for the determina- tion of the descent of the following described real estate, to-wit: The Northeast Quarter (NE~/~) of Section Th;r- ty-Two (32) Township Three (3) South. Range Eight (8) West of the 6th P.M., in Jewell County, Kansas The Southwest Quarter (SWtA) of Section Thir- ty-Three (33), Township Three (3) South, Range Eight (8) West of the 6th P.M., in Jewell County, Kansas The Northwest Quarter of the North- east Quarter (NE~) of Section Twenty-Four (24), Township Four (4) South, Range Throe (3), West of the 6th P.M.. in The Southwest Quarter of the South- east Quarter and the Southeast Quarter (SE A) of the Southwest Quarter of Sec- tion Thirteen (13), Township Four (4) South, Range Three (3) West of the 6th P.M., in Republic County, Kansas I.ot Nine (9) and South Twenty (20) feet of Lot Ten (10), Block Twenty August, 1966, at A.M., of said Court, in the Cfl kato, Kansas, County, Kansas, time and place will be heard. fail therein, decree will be due course, upon tion. WINIFRED Fred Swoyer, Attorney for PUBLIC SALE Property of the Salem Methodist sohl at PUBLIC AUCTION on MONDAY, AUGUST 1 at2 P. M. Located 3 miles west, 3V_, miles north Kansas. Building is 48 x 50 ft. in good Other articles include: Kimball piano; BTU Coleman L.P. gas furnaces, thermostat; L. P. gas, 4 burner cook gal. propane gas tank; Coal and wood u)ve: 8 ft. steel coat rack; 2 antic 16 pews. 12 ft. long; 4 pews 6 ft.; 9 chairs; 8 dining chairs; 18 folding ft. tables; 1 small table; 1 five gal. freezer with 2 cans; 100 ft. 3-8 in. co No 1)roperty to be removed until settled Col. Ira Chandler: Auctioneer BY BOARD OF To comply with the order of sale issued by the District Court of Jewell Coun,ty, sas, Case No. 8156, I will sell at public auction oa P t at 10:00 A. M. at the 1Past front door of the courthouse in Mankato, property, in separate tracts: Kansas, the following TRACT1 The Northeast Quarter !q * of Section 18, Township 1 South, Range 7 West , the 6 P. M., in Jewell County, Kansas. : Approximately 38.4 acres crol) land ; 121.6 acres of pasture ; 29 acres planted to 1-3 to the purchaser. I'ossession of said property to the purchaser excepting for the crop land. P'urchaser to receive 1-3 of the mild and possessmn the farm land as soonas the mild is h.arvested. The pasture has had no in it and purchaser gets immediate possession. The property is located miles West of Highway 14 on the Nebraska - state line road and 2 miles South. TRACT2 The West half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 5, Township 1 South, Range West of the 6th P'. M., in Jewell County, Kansas. Approximately 38.6 acres crop land; 38.4 acres pasture. All crop land planted alfalfa. Immediate possession of the property. No cattle have been in the and purchaser gets immediate 1)ossession. Property located miles West of Highway 14, on the state line road Kansas and Nebraska. TRACT 3 The use of the NE!:] of Section 6, Township 1 South, Range 7 West of the P. M., in Jewell County, Kansas; with the right of possession and receiving rent until September 19, 19(;9, when possession shall terminate and the property belong to the Ideal Cement Company. Approximately 35 acres of land, balance pasture and waste. 7 acres of growing cane on said property; 1-3 the pu.rchaser. Possession of the property, other than the cane growing, date sale; balance when crop is harvested. This property is located 1% miles West of Highway 14 on the state line between Kansas and Nebraska. TERMS: Cash in hand date of sale. firmation of the sale by the District the hands of the clerk of the district 1965 and prior years have been paid in Corman & Barefield Attorneys for Plaintiff. Minneapolis, Kansas Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer Attorneys for Defendants. Mankato, Kansas Sheriff's deed to be delivered upon Court. Abstracts brought to date are court for examination. Taxes for the full. Purchaser will pay the 1966 taxes. CHARLES R. MURRAY, Sheriff. [