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(First publlshed In the JewellCounty JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Record, Thursday, November 22, Thursday, November 22, 1990 i 1990)3t Case #90 ; 51 Page 3-Section 2 Class, fied IN THE DISTP.J[-CT COURT l~allk~s Nox~olls or,raw, u, couNTy, Weed Law KANSAS ,g Legals Thank Yous Professional RATE CARD Advertisin Aovemsmg: , cents a word each insertion. charge first 40 words cents a word over 40 minimum charge cent billing charge ',,ii !iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ,: iii i iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiiii!i!ii The members of the Ionia U. 'M. Women would llke to express our heartfelt thanks to all who contrib- uted to our kitchen paneling fund. The work Is completed and the new look is wonderful. Your support is greaUy appreciated.* We would like to thank ne~,,hbors, friends and relatives for their acts of kindness at the time of our father and grandfather's death. It was all greatly collected on : surrounding appreciated. 79 elsewhere in Kansas. McOeary Family* I wish to thank the nurses and Dr. Leon for the wonderful care I received while a patient at the Jewell County t. For information call Hospital. Thank You. or P. O. Box 234. Frederick (Sam) Delbert* 35tf SALE or RENT: Walkers, Wheelchairs, Canes. Mankato '. Phone 378-3183 18tf or two bedroom $75.00 a month. Also two available, reasonable LoR Aparunents. Contact OsL 36 tf BUYING Different Kinds of Plastic Gallon Milk Jugs and Cans. Scott McKee, f066 E. Neb. (402) 879-3660. 45tf , and Elecuic for Lg service. 16ff F the Rinse-N-Vac carpet cleaner. hours, $16.00/day. Coast to 25ff We would like to take this opportu- nity to thank the many wonderful people who have taken their time to send the many cards, flowers, gifts, food and for the prayers which have helped us through each day. We thank each and everyone for their generos- lty. It Is nice to live In a town and area where thoughtfulness is stiB a num- ber one priority for your ne~hbor. Jack and Joyce Bradrlck*' In Memory of Our Loving Husband and Dad ImVerne 8tansbury It was Just a year ago the Lord took you away. Our hearts were broke and saddened. Now we understand Dear Dad. The Lord needed you, So we pray we can be as brave as you. We live wRh this thought "You are not Dead You're Just Away and sadly missed by your loving wife and family. Carol Rick and family Marflyn and family Jim and family RENT: Attractive, Comfortable Maintenance Provided. Authority E.O.H. 378- and/or BUSINESS SECRET LOANSl by mall-S300 to privacy. Borrow reason. No co-sign- details ;lla Enclose 104-ff 3323 I 1-22-2" WANTED: The Hastings Tribune is searching for a correspondent in Mankato. For more information con- tact Tracy Merz at 402-462-2131 11-22-2 AMERICAN COL~ONS--Amer- lea's fastest growing collection service. Medical, dental, retail, commercial. No 31AL collection, no fee. Call toll-free, 1-800- WANTED: Registered 395-0108. time. Call the I 1-22-4 Director (First published in the Jewell County Phone Record, Thursday, the 8th day of 10d-~ November, 1990)3t IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JEWI~LL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Gladys E. Doud, deceased tttttttfttttVt Case No. 90-P-19 NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petl- tlon has been filed in this Court by Wlfford L. Doud and Doris M. Ma- 5-2&4 tousek, duly appointed, qualified and CHRISTMASTREEFARM- acting Co-Executors of the Estate of 10 a.m. to 5p.m. Gladys E. Doud, deceased, praying CLr[" OPERATION. that their actsbe approved; that their or Scotch Pines for the account be settled and allowed, that Fresh wreaths and gar- the Will be construed and the Estate be assigned to the persons entitled east of B ellen- thereto; that fees and expenses be from the 81 allowed; that the costs be determined mile south. and ordered paid; that the adminlstra- 527-5238 Farm or tion of the Estate be closed; that the 1-5 Co-Executors be discharged and that they be released from further liability. WANTED: Now hiring-earn You are required to file your written money. Part time defenses thereto on or before the 30th gtUde in Esbon area. Also dayofNovember. 1900, at l0:00o'clock help for housework-kitchen A.M. of said day, in said Court, in the 913-725-4081 City of Mankato, in Jewell County, 1122-1 Kansas, at which time and place ~Id :Thws- cause will be heard. Should you fall l:00pm-apm.LiKla's therein, Judgment and decree will be Chilco~ resiaence. 10% entered in due course upon the PeU- tion. 1115-2 Wllford L. Doud Doris M. Matousek of located 14 ' Co-Executors Neb. Well MILLER AND LUDWIG out and a Darrell E. Miller Is P. O. Box 344 Mankato, KS 66956 Washington SL, Phone Supefi~, Neb. 68978- 913-378-3128 Attorney for Co-Executors RENT: Two-three bedroom , room Call 5:00 p.m. 1115"2! DUNTZ ! and ckber I OLDS- PONTmC-a C i a cord, mixed | Gerald A. Duntz | a cord Delivered. | Smith Center | I-6 In the Matter of the Estate of Ray Clawson, also known as Ralph Ray Clawson, Deceased NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT THE STATE OF KANSAS TO THE CREDITORS, HEIRS, DEVISEES AND ~TEES OF SAID DECEDENTAND ALL OTHERS CONCERNED: You are notified that on November 13, 1990, the undersigned were ap- pointed and qualified as executors of the will of the above named decedent; that letters testamentary have been granted to them as such executors; and that you must exhibit your de- mands against said estate within four (4) months from the date of the first publication hereof, or be forever barred. James John Clawson, Patricia Joan McMurray, Dawna Irene Green and Martha Jean Lumb, Executors A~ Jack D. Bradrick (SEAL) Magistrate Judge Weltmer Law Office P. O. Box 303 Mankato, Kansas 66956 (913} 378-3172 Attorneys for Executors guests in the Don Modlin home. They were helping Mike celebrate a birth- day. Louise Gillett hosted the Monday Morning Bible Study group. Thelma Read, Dorthy Oliver, Myrtle Brandon, Edna Masters, and Alberta Gutcher enjoyed eating Sunday din- ner together at a eafe in Mankato. Pastor Buzz and Dlann Lambrecht and family went to her aunts in McPherson Monday to help celebrate Dlann's Grandfathers 90th birthday. JanetHancock, Albany, GA, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Tegley, spent several days last week in the hospital in Atlanta, GA with a heart problem. She is back home gaining every day. Debble Underwood sang the special "Forgive Me', during the Sunday for use on privately owned lands may morning Worship Hour at the United be purchased from the board of county Methodist Church. Melody Under- commissioners at a price fixed by the wood and Emma la~mbrecht .we~ board of countycommlssioners which candlelighters. During the Sunday shal]be:ina~ amount e~iUal tonot less school hour Diann Lambrccht, Sun- that fifty percent (50%) nor more than daySchoolleader, furnished a horn of seventy-five percent (75%) of the total plenty filled and overflowing with cost incurred by the county in pur- bright red apples, as the children and chasing, storing and handling such teachers walked by and took one, chemical materials. However. once the they paused to tell what they were tax levying body of a county, city or thankful for. township has authorized the maxi- Thousands of geese have stopped mum tax levy prescribed by IC S. A. 2- over Just south of Hastings on their 1318, the board of county commis- way North for the winter. It is really a sioners may collect from the owner of beautiful sighL privately owned lands and amount November 11 th Mr. and Mrs. Dale equal to seventy-five percent (75%) but Collins spent the afternoon visiting not more than one hundred percent Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mahaffy in (100%)ofthetotalcostincurredbythe Mankato. county in purchasing, storing and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber of handlingofchemical materials used in lnavale, NE were Sunday afternoon the control and eradication ofnaxious weeds on such privately owned lands. and evening callers of their Uncle Whenever official methods of eradlca- Dale and Aunt Lucille Collins. tion, adopted by the state board of Howard Royce, Lebanon visited with agriculture, are not followed in apply- FredandVestaSandersonWednesday ing the chemical materials so pur- afternoon, chased, the board of county commls- Mr. and Mrs. Norris Maydew of sioners may collect the remaining Lebanon were Sunday evening vinitors portion of the total cost thereof." with Fred and Vesta Sanderson after The Jewell County Weed Depart- the Thanksgiving Service at the Chris- ment is not in competition with com- tlan Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Dillon mercial chemical dealers or appllca- were also visitors. tors. The chemical purchased through Mr. and Mrs. George Beals of Alva. this department is for use on noxious OK visited with Fred and Vesta San- weeds in Jewell County only. Use of demon Saturday morning, the chemical for purpose other than noxious weed control is a violation of Amber Marie the law. Shadduck we are here to serve the taxpayers of Jewell County. However, the key to Mr. and Mrs. TerryShadduck~ Burr effective service Is communication. In Oak, are happy to announce a baby order for us to meet your needs, you glrl, Amber Marie, born November 13. must come in and make them known. She weighed 7 Ibs. and 3 ozs. and has two brothers and one sister to wel- Platt and Lucille Collins. A question come her home. and answer game was played with ~ ~ . Lucille Platt and Carrie Fry having the most correct answers. All present Golden Rule Club met Nov. 15, 1990 received gifts for the effort. The win- with Barbara Beale as hostess, all ners of Bingo were Helen McMillan, wore present. President Carrie Fry Carrie Fry and Lucifie Platt. opened the meeting with a reading, Each guest put a Jig-saw puzzle this was followed with roll call by each together the one with prize on the front telling what they remember of their won the gift, Lucille Platt was the first grade school followed with each winner. reading poems, readings, etc. Minutes A lovely lunch of rawapple cake and of the last meeting was read and ap- dream whip was served on a lovely proved, treasury reportwas given. New Thanksgiving decorated table, Every- officers were elected: President, Lu- one left thanking Barbara for a very cflle Collins; Vice President, Barbara enjoyable and fun time. Beale; Secretary-Treasurer, Carrie I~ and Reporter, Lucille Platt. TOPS News #386 ItwasdiscussedtoglveaChristmas At our meeting November 13. the gift to L. T. C. to be used for anyone losers of a recent contest entertained who ndght not get one, Helen was the winners. Hostesses were Jane asked to purchase IL Names were DlehLlrisCosand, WinifredMcNlchols drawn for gift exchange, limit of $3.00 and Edna Masters. After the meeting to $5.oo. closed with the pledge, the members A birthday card was signed to be enjoyed salads, crackers and coffee. sent to Mildred Mullins. Our next lrlsandWinifredbroughtguessboxes meeting will be December 20th. All which Jane Diehl and Ruth Dillon will meet at the Buffalo Roam for our won. Edna provided a word game and dinner then Journey to Lucille Platts awarded prizes to Jane Diehl and for the meeting. Winffred MeNlchols, the two with the Guess boxes were won by Lucflle highest scores. (ICS.~.) Article 13; 2-1314 et. seq.) Each county in Kansas is required by law to have a Noxious Weed Depart- ment and appoint a Director for the department. Operational costs for this omce, as with other county omces, are derived from taxmonies received wlthln the county. Duties: Some responsibilities of the Noxious Weed Director outlined by the Noxious Weed Law include: 1. Aid in the investigation and prosecution of any violation of the Noxious Weed Law. 2. Survey for and record any infes- tations of noxious weeds within the county. 3. Submit monthly, quarterly, and annual reports of infestation and chemical sales to the Kansas State Board of Agrlculturc. 4. Provide chemicals for the treat- ment of noxious weeds only at a cost based on the current rail levy for the department. 5. Pr6vide consultation and control recommendations for countylandown- ers. Noxious Weed Control Programs The weeds declared noxious by the Kansas State Board of Ag include: kudzu, field bindweed, Russian knapweed, hoary cress, Canada thistle, quackgrass, leafyspurge, burragweed,. pignut, musk thistle and Johnson- grass. Multifiora rose and serlcea le- spedeza may be declared noxious as a county option (they are not in Jewell County). The Board of Ag has adopted official control programs for each of these noxious weeds. The programs outline a description of the weed and accepted control practices (cultural, chemical, or biological). These control programs are available from the county weed departments. Cost-share of Herbicides A cost-shm~ program, based on the department's budgeted mil levy, may be implemented on approved herhi- ckies to be used on the property of taxpayers in the county under the following guidelines: (K. S.A. 2-1319} "chemical materials Burr Oak Happy Tuesday met Nov. 13, 1990 at the Senior Center. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korballk of Nelson, Neb. and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Wrench of Burr Oak were guests making a total of 21 in all. October found Ivan McMillan, Dale Collins, Roscoe Wrench, Lorene Cra- ven having birthdays and the 61st anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Craven. After the flag salute an dinner prayer a very good Thanksgiving dinner was enjoyed by all Helen McMfllan, president opened the meeting. Minutes of Oct. meeting and treasurer's report were read and approved. Richard Canfield, Hazel Korb and Lucllle Collins were appointed on the nominating committee for 1991. A $2.00 gift exchange for Dec. and a birthday cake for our birthdays of Oct., Nov., and Dec. will be observed on Dec. 10th, and Sills family the program. Councll on Aging at Burr Oak Nov. 15 with coffee and cookies. Mabel Korbolik and Lets Sills were winners of the door prizes. Dale Collins introduced his guest, Frank Korbolik of Nelson. Neb. who presented organ and accordlan music which was many familiar tunes en- Joyed by all. Alberta Gutscher, secretary Library News Marilyn Johnson has donated four new books to the Junior department. They are "Song of the Swallows" by Leo PoilU, "Chanticleer and the Fax" by Geoffrey Chaucer, "H/de and Seek on the Farm', and "The Christmas Santa Almost Missed." Nine children were on hand for the November 14 Story Hour. They en- Joyed animal stories read by Iris Cosand. They put together animal picture puzzles, so each child had one to take home. Alice Belden and Shella Fischer were Iris's helpers. The books and magazines on the tables in the outer hall are given free, to whoever wishes them. There is no charge for borrowing .books in the li- brary, except five cents a day in the case of a book kept more than two weeks. Books may be renewed for two weeks, Library hours are I to 4:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 9to 12 and 3 to 6 Wednesday. "No book Is worth reading at the age of ten which Is not equally (and often far more) worth~ng at the age of fifty and bey0nd.'--C. S. Lewis Several Attend LIFT Meeting Several ladies attended the Novem- ber 13 LIFT meeting (Ladies In Fellow- shipTogether} at the Nazarene Church annex. The group enjoyed a sing-a-long of "Over the River and Through the Woods." Devotions on a Thanksgiving theme was read by Edna Masters. Judy Oat presented a lesson on basket lin- ing, after which the group lined their own baskets. Refreshments of chips and dips and sandwiches were served by hostesses Carrie Fry and Shirley Wood. The next meeUng will be at 7:30 p.m. December I I at the annex. The theme will be the Family Christmas. We will be making an Angel Christmas deco- ration. All ladies are welcome. IiLOVEWELL 11 WEBBER By Audrey Diamond The Lord's Acre supper and auction was held at the Webher Church last Wednesday with Ruby Burge as chairman for the supper and Rose Ehlem, Donna Marl Lela Van Meter, Sherry Man" and Velda Dakl assIsting. The Webher United Methodist Women's meeting was a week early it being Wednesday, Nov. 14. Monday morning eoffse guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jemby were Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sweet. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler visited them Monday afternoon. Mrs. Jay Ross and ~, Manhattan, visited Avis Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold this week. Jay joined his family Saturday afternoon and they returned home Monday. Hildreth Russell, Avis Ro~, Doris Worm, Opal Todd, Ruth Hohelman, V~a Dye, Margaret Warred and Audrey Diamond were among those from this community who att~dad the EHU Craft D~y Thureday atthe Armory in Manksto. I~s Elniff, Jeweil, visited Mrs. Ivan Van Meter l'h~y Mmerning. Mr. and Mrs. Van eter and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Thornton, Superior, . were Sunday ~ gumm ~ Mr. and Mm. l~rvin Rms In ch- mrv~ ~ the Van Meter's annivermwy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell called m Fern Hale and Ila Larmer~mMay afternoon. In the evening they were &~.sts Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Renz and Am~a, Superior, to celebrate Aaroo's 10th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Renold Johnson were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ~, ~nd. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Roth- child visited Mr. and Mrs. Dolbert Eethehikl Wednesday evening. Delmar Rothehild, Shannon and Shea, Darrell ~d, Doyle Eothchfld and Ertk wore Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delhert Rothchild. Doyle and Erick and Jeff Grabast were Sunday dinner guests also. Shirley Crane and Deanna Bailey visited them Sunday ~. Rick Diamond had supper Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond. Mrs. Howard Appleby and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ericksen, Courtland, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Butts and Erin, Scott City, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond attended the wedding of Amy Ryan and David Stewart at the Methodist Church in Mc- Pherson Saturday evening. Sunday Mrs. Appleby, the Ericksens and the Diamonds were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ryan for brunch. They all returned home Sunday af- ternoen. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Istas, Cencm~lia, .Tuesday, and were supper guests of Kelly Collins and Jason Adams Friday. Kevin Collins and Donita Kenrns, C~esrdia, were guests also. The Mettlers were Sunday. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stratman and Lauree Mettle-, Clay Center. In the afternoon they helped move Laurse Metfler's things to the Stratman home where she is now living. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair atf~mded the Violet Plowman and Gunder Hanmm wedding Wednesday morning at the Jewell Methodist Church and the dinner which followed at a Mankato care. Mr. and Mrs. Blair were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rebool, Clay Center. In the afternoon they went sightseeing in the Fort Riley area. Mrs. Blair's father was a carpenter who helped build what was.then called Camp Funeton and is now a part of Fort Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, Manhattan, visited Mrs. Millard Billing Sunday through Thursday. Leslie Sanders, 0lathe, and Joyce Bradrick, Mankato, were Friday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Matthews and daughters, Beloit, and Neva Sisson were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild. The latter visited Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Lauritzen Saturday evening. Merle Watson and Mary Stoles visited Donna Marr Sunday aRernoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mart returned Monday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Craig Patter-en, Heather and Timmy, Garden City, over the weekend. Mrs. Patterson is their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mart were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Healey, Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layien, Randall, visited Hildreth Russell Thursday afternoon. Rita Ordich and Nicole and Bonnie Poole visited her Sunday afternoon. Greg Dlamend, Jeremiah and Zaeh, Lindsborg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond Saturday and Sunday. The Lovewell Jr. Library Club met Friday afternoon with Vesta Leece. T~eh, e members answe/~! roll with a war ttme memory or experience and each one brought a momento from a war to show. Each also gave Christmas hints for club pals. The next meeting will be with Elva Hanson December 13th for the Chrintmu meeting. Monday morning coffee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby were Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sweet. Mr. and Mrs. Wfllard Mettler visited them Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell called on Fern Hale and lla Larmer Sunday afternoon. In the evening they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Renz and Aaron, Superior, to celebrate Aaron's 10th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Renold Johnson were Thurs- day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ferguson, Court[and. Mr. and Mrs. Gayiord Rothchild visited Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild Wednesday evening. Delmar Rothchild, Shannon and Shea, Dar- rell Rothchild, Doyle Rothchlki and Erik were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild. Doyle and Erlk and Jeff Grabant were also Sunday dinner guests. Mrs. Shirley Crane and Deanna Bafleyvlslted them Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reboul, Clay Center, Kansas. In the afternoon they went sightseeing in the Fort Riley area. Mrs. Bla/r's father was a carpenter who helped (Com u on Page 4)