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September 29, 1966     Jewell County Record
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i? :! :?, ::(/~ : i ! - ,5 : . : ;"'~ #~ :' ~ ~.i . :i ~ 29 1966 3EWELL COUNTY MANKATO KANSAS - TODAY and EVERYDAY ON HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS! |IS Regular 1.09 our GOLD GAPSULES Package 1O's List Value $1.49 OR PRICE ~ave 61c CHILDREN'S BAYER Save 6c ml 5 @UTHWASH --- SAVE 20c QUICK COMFORT FOR COLDS -- SAVE I5c OUR PRICE THROAT LOZENGES Save lOc [ COUC; SYRUP- SAVE 19c CIAL UP SALE! List Value $1.09 OUR PRICE Save 44c Bottle lO0's Tablets List Value $1.49 OUR PRICE Save 61c List Value $1.00 OUR PRICE Save 43c DRISTAN --- CONTAC -- VICKS -- SUPER ANAHIST--SAVE 20c COLD TABLETS --. 30's , ~ve lOc I 8 HOUR FORMULA COUGH SYRUP--List Value $1.19 OUR PRICE I all II SLEEPING AID BAYER'S---SAVE 22c Save 27 - 4 ) LIST VALUE SSe OUR PRICE SAVE 1Be I I I III PRICES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 28 THRU OCT. 1st. Stops Bad Beedk Bre la 1 llo ,a 14-ot. b OUR PRICE ~tve - : '~/ ~r~ ceived for the cattle. Worm Breeding Flock Before Fall Lambing: Ewe flock owners should worm ewes in the fall be- fore lambing season This improves their general health, helps increase milk production and wool crop. A good flock owner can detect a parasite build up if the animals lack thrift. ! Pregnant ewes may be White Grubs: hed 4 weeks before White grubs are showing lambing without any prob- up in several of the Buffalo lems. Do not handle the ewes grass lawns in the county roughly, give the dosage of These grubs can be found medication prescribed by the about an inch below the sur- manufacturer, and, if poss- face, in mild weather, where ible, move the ewes to a they feed on the roots of the clean area where sheep grass. As the weather turns have not been. colder the grubs move deep- Drench with fine particle er into the soil and may live phenothiazine or thiabeno- in the soil for a period of 2 zole. These are the most to 3 years, common materials for rid- At the present time the ding sheep of internal grubs are feeding on /he worms. roots of the lawn grasses Big crops of healthy and can be controlled by lambs are the result of ad- spraying the lawn with Deft- vance planning and good drin at the rate of 3 pounds common sense management. actual per acre. After the lawn is sprayed Birthday Coffee with the insecticide it should be watered thoroughly to: Mrs. Florence Pixler was take the insecticide down to pleasantly surprised at 10:00 the area where the grubs are. a. m. on Tuesday morning Care should be taken tOwhen her neighbors brought keep children and pets off' gifts and cards and had a the lawn until the insecti- birthday coffee for her. cide is washed off the grass Guests were Mrs. Jameo Mc- into the soil and the grass Cormick, Mrs. LesterSuchs- is completely dried, land and Sharla, Mrs. Clar- Buying And Selling Prices ence Pixler, Mrs. Mamie Determine Cattle Profits: Lamb, Mrs. Eleanor O Neff The price that a cattle and her sister, Mrs. Francis feeder pays for calves and R. Phelps of Los Angeles, the price he receives when Calif., and Mrs. Bud Platt. he sells them as finished She also received a card beef has a lot to do with the profit of the feeding opera- tion. In fact, the farm business decisions made on these two days (buying and selling days) are as important as all of the production manage- ment decisions made during the period that the cattle are on the farm. Know your cattle and be informed before you start bidding. You have more con-, trol over the price paid than you do over the price re- I SPRAY NOW FOR BETTER CONTROL Thistles are thriving on the recent mois- ture. See the Weed Office for Chemical, then call us: AGRI AIRE, INC., PE 8-3346, Beloit, Kansas. We use FLAGMEN for NO SKIP COVERAGE and High Gallonage Car- rier. Visiting hours: 10:00-11:00 A. M.; 2:00-4:00 and 7:00- 8:00 P. M. Mr. Mannie Loomis of Jewell called Monday, Sept. 19 on his father, Mr. Clar- ence W. Loomis. Mrs. Will Lagergren came to see Mrs. Mattie Metz se- veral times last week. The Kansas Nursing Home Association Officers and Board Members met with Advisory Board Members on Sept. 22 in Topeka. Mrs. Ola Burkholder, as heirs at of T. A. Burkholder, ed, praying for the ruination of the deseeaYt: the following described estate in JeweU Kansas, An undivided one.~~: interest in the Wesl feet of a tract described as cornn%et~, :i!~!!:!: ing at a point 330:f~t ....... ~' east of the southwe :::i, corner of Block Follr; teen (14) in town of City of Oak, Kansas, thence east 355 feet, thence north to the C. Wilbeck, our Administra- of White Rock tor, was in attendance. She thence upstream is the Chairman of the North the waters edge t Central District. White Rock Credt, t Mr. Dora Beeler of Beloit the section line, thencm:, was a Thursday afternoon along the section 1 i: visitor of his mother, Mrs. west to a point O. R. Beeler. Sunday evening callers of girming,nrth of thethencePlace ol Mrs. Minnie Barrett were to the place of her son, Mr. Gene Barrett,ning, in Jewell and Mrs. Barrett of Randall. Kansas, ..... Miss Alice Sellhorn went to Beloit Friday with Mr. and all other property ed by the decedent :ati and Mrs. Lewis Stafford and time of his death; and;] ate. dinner with her mother, are hereby required to't Mrs. Louise Sellhorn. your written defenses thtl Mrs. Leo Parsons made a number of calls on her me- to on or before Octol~t~ ther, Mrs. O. R: Beeler, dur- 1966 at 10:00 oclock ing the past week. of said day, in said cou~ the city of Mankato, in J! Father James tto()ver of ell County, Kansas, at~ St. Theresa's Church con- ducted the service at the time and place said lit Home Sunday afternoon, will be heard. Should ", Sept. 25. The Misses Robe> fail therein, judgmeat :I decree will be enteredt1|t ta and Roanna Meyer ac- course upon said companied him and played Witness my hand in tle.( the piano. Flowers were received of Mankato in said c( l and state this 26th from the Mrs. Una Thomas September, 1966, relativcs. shower from her circle of MEREL M. the W. S. C.S. Liberty Club LYLE H. -- -- --- _ Petitioners The Liberty Club met for By: Robert H. Meyer,' Mrs. Lenore Smith, Mr. the first fall meeting at the Attorney .... and Mrs. Carl McElroy and home of Florence Alexander ATTEST" Byron ',, Warren, and Mr. and Mrs. (Seal) t t, Marvin McCammon attend-,Thursday, Sept. 22, with 10 ed the Hart and Taylor' fam-I members and 2 children pre- ~ily reunion at Beloit Sunday sent. Election of officers /; when Mr. and Mrs. Ernie was held and results were: ...... r:: Hart of San Juan, Texas cel- President - Mary Belle Han- ebrated their 50th wedding son; Vice-President- Esther anniversary. Mr. Hart is an Ortman; Secretary - Alma uncle of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Zadina; and Treasurer - Ann McCammon. Ost. A thank note from Amy Teagarden was read and al- so a thank you note and do- ............ nation to the club was re- ceived from Grace Kiser. Cat Mary Belle Hanson brought but one 1 the guess box which was won by Jennie Olson. Elea- tinues .... I nor Moyer, program leader, I roughLan ll ~Id 2 lively con~;asts wi ' 0rtman and Hanson winning. Lovely re- freshments were served by :~ the hostess and club adjourn- ed *o meet in October with Mary Belle Hanson. WE ARE APPLYING MILO TO ITY AND DRY THE Wm)S. Also Thriven Foliar Fertilizer for Mile, Beans and Wheat -- a real producing mix- ture of Trace Minerals. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Mechsner and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loomis were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darus Henningsen. (First Published in Jewell County Record, Thursday, Sept. 29, 1966) 3t IN TIlE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Es- tate of T. A. Burkholder, Deceased. 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 Merci M. Burkholder and Lyle H. FARM RANCH LOANS eeeeeeeeeeot~Oe0~oe FEDERAL BANK ASS'N: BELOIT.' BELOIT, Mankato at Correll MUNICIPAL AIRPORT -- BELOIT, KANS. What is your investment objectiver "