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September 29, 1966     Jewell County Record
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/7/-' 7 '- "; JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO. KANSAS THUR SEPTEMBER Nl~A ROYER FAIR and for many years was a ----- member of the Mankato City LaX Saturday forenoon, Library Board. Also, she was the news rapidly spread in[much interested in the bus- this ~rea tfiat death had tak- iness affairs of the area and en a well:known, elderly, long-time citizen here, Mrs. N. M. Fair. Recently, she had major surgery in an at- tempt to remedy her Irou})le and for a short time it seem- she might recove.r. But early Saturday she ~elal)~sed mad was gone, at the ag, e .f almost 89 years. On~ February 23, 1878, less than13 years after the close of our Civil War, on the gov- ernment homestead soulh- east of Burr Oak, Kansas, al the crest of the panoramic view of the beautiful White Rock Valley, there was born to Benjamin Franklin Royer and Marten Rebecca Royer ~daughter who was rlarned ita Erna. She attended school at Burr Oak and grad- uated from Burr Oak FIiId~ School in 1895. She was a m~mber of the Christian Church at Burr Oak in those ye~trs. She taught school anti attended Emporia Stale for many years has been a member of tl,e Board o1' Dir- ec:tors of the Firsl National Bank here and of the Burr Oak State Bank. She was lh( last of her immediale family. Her par- enls were .Iewell County homesleaders in 1972. Two) infant brothers, her l)arenl~; mid a sisler', Mrs. M. W. ttiait of l~eavenworth, Kan- sas, have passed on. Mr':;. .John Kirk of Mankalo, ~nt.l Mrs. V. I)avis of Tuhm, Ok Iilh()Ina, are her firsl c(fllSill.q. All t)f her d,':~condap.ls are living: two children, five ~mmdchildren aucl fiw'. greal ,~,randchihh'en. They are: I:t)rres;l R()y(!r l:air, her son, m(l his wife, M:~xine; Miri- "ml Fair Knisley, her ctaugh- ter, and her husband, l.owelt E., of l,akewot~d, Californi'l; f)r. Douglas M. Fair, her qrandson, and his wife, Mar ,,aret and their children, ';hrislopher Douglas, l)avid Teachers College where she l;'orrcst and l.aura lx)rraine. limjoJ*~l in music. /of St. Francis, Kausa~;; Annis 2 l~n 1903 she and Newelltllill, her pran(ldauy, hlcr, and ~tague Fair, son of Mr./her husl)and, Fred, and their II!ld Mrs. J. P. Fair, wtlreldaughter, .h)dy Renae, of ~rried and she lived hcrelCawker City, Kansas; .lanis rest of her life. In 1913,1Fair, her i,ramldau~;hter, of l~h~ year before World War Salina, Kan..ms; .Ion Fair i began in Europe, Mr. and Knisley, her gran(lsov., and Mrs, N. M. Fair made what his wife, Jean, anti lheir was an unusual and al- 1~ very slow and lab(~rious ~ip by train and ship to Eur- 01~, the Mediterranean Sea, l~wyPt and the Holy I.and. eli Fair died in March, 192't. On coming to Mankato l~lta Fair joined the Har- Methodist Church and was a faithful member and SUpporter the rest of her life. She was organist of this Church for twenty y~trs, 1909-1929. For many years she was president of the Women's Foreign Mis- Illonary Society, as it was e.adled, She was a member of the Daughters of the Ameri- Can Revolution and serw:d one term of two years as Regent. She was a charter m mber of the Modern Min- erva Study Club, organized! in 1915, and a member of the Mankato Music Club daughter, Michelle Marie, of Seal Beat:h, California; and Michael Walter Knisley, her l~randson, of Lakewood, Cal- ifornia. All her life she was an ac- tive church member and highly interested in public 'affairs. Until recent: years, she was frequently seen driving her automobile aboul town, seeing her friends and keeping contacl wilh events. She was very loyal and de- w)ted to her family, her church and her friends, and was highly respected and ad- mired. She truly lived a life of clevotion and service. Mrs. Ed Loomis spent a few days the past week al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl DeHaven in Topeka, helping care for her grand- son, Paul Hackathorne, who was ill. --_ us, ' i |. OBERLIN Plunge feet first into this camml with the boot look. Softly styled of new iupple fabric in warm Autumn thsdes to blehd With your Fall wardrobe. Can be worn late into the winter, too. IALL-BAND II II Condensed Official Statement of The of Mankato, Kansas at the close of business on September 20, 19(;6 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts ...... Bank Bldg., Furn. & Fixtures United States Bonds Municipa.1 Bonds Cash and Sight Exchange . $ 575,205.07 24,878.29 595.200.08 44,1.00.00 167,822.01 Total Resources $1.401,205.45 r LIABILI I'IES Capital Stock - Common Stock $ ,)0,000.00 urplus . 50,000.00 ndivided Profits 33.5(;0.29 DEPOSITS _ 1,273,64,).16 Total Liabilities $1,407,205.45 u - Mbmber of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 'i'he Above Statement is correct. --- Richard L. Diamond, President BANK ESTABLISHED 1887 Visitors at the Jon Men- husen home last week were her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaufman and Sara, of Globe, Arizona. They arrived Thursday even- ing and left Saturday mor- ning. Thursday evening they were dinner guests of the Mep, ht,sens at lhe Buffah~ P,o:un Steak l louse. !(First Published in Jewell Co. P, ecord, Thursday, Sept. 29, 1966) 3t IN TIlE PROI]ATE COUR'[" OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matler ,,1' the Es- tale of Nila I'Z Fair, l)e- ceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL Fl:e State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You :ire hereby nolified !hat a petition has been filed in said court by Miriam A. Knisley arid Forrest R. Fair askinl, fl)r lhe admission to pr,)hale t)f the ,.viii of Nita E. Fair, dated ,h,ne 22, 1961, which will is filed with said i)(:tilit)n, and for the app()inl- ment of Forr,st R. Fair and Roderick E. Wellmer as ex- ectttt)rs of said will; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses there- I,) t)n or bel'ort,~ Oct,fl)er 21, 19G6, at I0:00 A. M. of said day, in said c()urt, in the City of Mankato, Kansas, al which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail lherein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said pe- tilion. MIRIAM A. KNISI,EY FORREST R. FAIR Pelili,mers By Weltmer, Weltmer & Weltmer Attorneys for Petitioner ATTEST: Byron Rogers, (Seal) Probate Judge (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, Sept. 29, 1966) 3t NOTICE Case No. 8196 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF .IEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS Clare W. Roe, William J. Roe and Lauren .1. Roe, Plaintiffs, V. Benjamin N. Hickman; ,I. H. Todd; Addle Todd; J. H. Graves; Nellie Graves; Elisha S. Gib- s,m; Ann M. Gil)s,)n; Wm. W. Walker; Willi- am W. Walker; Anua 1,. 1 ledrick; Amanda "!". Amos; Annie Laura Hedrick; Verdie l-led- rick; l)enver lled,'i('k; John T. Amos; ,h)seph Miles Amos; Benjamin McKinley Amos; Naney Ellen Page; Harry Miles McCall; .Iohn McCall; Cora Parker; Ruth Em- ma Taylor; Fh~rence H- nora F'rey; Burr E. Te- land; Bert E. Telan(I Samuel F. I{lackstoue Jemima Blacks/one Jamima Blackst(me Bent E. Teland; Forrest H. Lindsay; Todd & Graves; all'persons who are or were doing busi- ness as Todd & Graves; the unknown heira, exc-~ curets, administrators, devisees, trustees, cred- ilors and assigns of lhe following named deceas- ed persons: Amanda T. Amos, Samuel F. Black- stone, Jemima Black- stone, damima Black- stone and BentE. Te- land; the unknown heirs, executors, administra- tors, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the defendants as may be deceased; the I II I II I I Antique Sale at Andy's Auction tlouse MONDAY, OCTOBER 3rd Antiques and Collectors' Items, Furniture, Dishes, Carnival Glass, and Miscellaneous Items of all kinds. E. M. "Andy" MONTGOMERY II II The furniture of Mrs. Maude Veach, deceased, will be sold one block west of Champlin Station, Courtland, Kansas on STARTING AT 1:00 P. M. 3 divans 2 cabinets 1 Rocking chair 1 Old kitchen table 1 T. V. chair 1 Dinette set, table, 3 chairs 1 library Table - 1 gas eook stove - 1 utility cabinet 1 Very old book case, desk combination 2 Radios 1 Television 2 Stand tables 1 Gas heating stove 2 Beds and springs 2 Electric irons 25 pound Scale Pots, pans, dishes, etc. 2 Mirrors 2 Bird cages 1 Knick knack shelf - 1 Telephone stand with chair 1 Roll away bed 1 Sewing machine 3 Old rocking chairs 7 Straight chairs 1 Porch Swing 2 Dressers 1 Refrigerator 1 Electric heater 4 T. V. trays 1 Cupboard 30 Gal. iron kettle 1 Copper boiler 2 Galvanized boilers - 1 Electric washing machine 1 Carpet sweeper 2 Tubs 1 Rug 2 Old trunks 1 Electric fan 2 h'oning boards 1 Small table; garden tools; grain sacks; snow shovel; aluminum scoop; and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms : Cash Not responsible in case of accident Col. Ed Montgomery, Auctioneer Swedish American State Bank, Clerk .............. I[ .................. Illlll ........................................................ unknown spouse.,; of the defendants; the un- known officers, success- ors, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the defendants as are existing, dissolved or dormant corporations; the unkn()wn h(,irs, ex- ecutors, administrators, devisees, trustees, erecl- i[()rs, SUCCOSSt)rs anti as- signs of such defenclants as are or were partners or in parlnership; Ibe unkn()wn gtl:lrdians, conservators all(t IrHs- tees of such of the al)ove llalne(I (lcf{m- dants as are millorq ()r are in anywise under Io- pal (lisability; and all I other persons who are [ teen (18), Township One or may be concerned, [ (1) South, Range Seven Defendants. I (7) West, NOTICE OF SUIT and asking the court to: de- THE STATE OF KANSAS termine the descent of the TO ]'HE DEFENDANTS, ABOVE NAMED AND DES- I(;NATED AND ALL OTH- ER PERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY BE CONCERNED: You are hereby r, otified that a petition has been filed in the District Court of Je- well County, Kansas by the al)~,ve named plaintiffs ask- ing for iudgmen:t that plain- lifts are the owners in fee siml)le of Ihe folh)wing de- scrihed real properly in Je- well County, Kansas: N(wl hoast Quarter (NE~) of Section Eigh- above described real proper- ty through the estates of all of the above named deced- ents; determine the adverse claims of each of the de- fendants to any estate or in- terest therein; quiet plain- tiffs' title to said real pro- perty against all of the de- fendants; forever bar and ex- clude all the defendants and all persons claiming by, throagh or under them, from any estate or interest in or lien upon or claim against l said real property; and grant plain,tiffs all such other and further relief as is proper. You are hereby to plead to said or before November 10, in said court, in the house in the City of kate, in Jewell County, sas. Slmul(l you fail judgment and decree wi entered in due course said petition. CLARE W. ROE, WILLIAM J. ROE and LAUREN J. Plaintiffs [By Weltmer, Weltmer Weltmer Mankalo, Kansas Their Attorneys ATTEST: Carol RosS, (Se-II) of l)istriet~ :i / @ Effective October 1, 1966, reductions in intra. atate Long Distance rates and additional hours for bargain calling will save Kansans $1,320,000 annually. The reductions are the result of joint studies by the Kansas Corporation Commission and Southwestern Bell. This is the third reduction in Long Distance rates in the past four years. In a time when most prices are rising, South- western Bell is glad to be able to offer these savings on Long Distance charges. We believe continuing service improvement and operating efficiencies will justify these reductions. The reductions apply to both station-to-sta- tion and person-to-person calls between most cities in Kansas that are 39 miles or more apart. The changes are: i. On most 3-minute station-to-station calls, day and evening rates will be reduced 5 to 20 cents. For most 3-minute person-to- person calls, day and night rates will be reduced 5 to 30 cents.* . The low night rates will go into effect one hour earlier at 8 p.m. instead of 9 p.m. The new low night rates also will apply all day Sunday. 8. Evening station-to-station rates will start at 6 p.m. and end at 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. Evening rates also will apply all day Saturday until 8 p.m., when the lower night rates become effective. Kansans who call friends and relatives within the state at night or on Sunday are expected to benefit most from the new reduced rates. Under the new schedule the lowest night rates will be available to Kansas telephone users an additional 22 hours a week. The lower evening rates will be available for an additional hours on Saturday. h *On sent-pald station-to-station calls a two- minut minimum initial period is applicable. The initial period /or col[ect, credit card, and all person-to-person calls i~ three minutes. The rate Ior a two.minute call is approximately two-third# tl~ cost o] a 3-minute call. P