Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 6, 1964 · Page 5
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Garden City, Kansas
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I CLASSIFIED Min. charge my ad 4lc 1 day, per word 4* I days, per word 1te I days, per word 24e 26 days. p*r word 90c Less 10 per cent for emit Hi aaVonet DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of piifelteattof Weekdays and Saturday* •:00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible for only 0*0 incorrect Insertion. 7—Help Wanted 1 —Special Notices Garden City Resident* 11 Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Pleate Call BR 6-3232 between 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-8 p.m. Saturday* For Your Paoer ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUiT" Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at (iiirdcndalo Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. BR 6-3718. Phone BR 6-7011 or 5—Business Services REFINISHING, UPHOLSTbH- ING and slip covering of furniture. Call Mrs. Laura BorUiwick at BR 6-7255. —bpd DEAD'STOCK REMOVAL ' Call BR 6-6711 Garden City, Kansas JAYHAWK Rendering, Inc. Prompt Service Always 53-TF ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIB BUS: When writing about your Telegram subscription p le a s e send your address and all numbers as shown on a recent Issue. -Itf ODD FELLOW a n d Rchckah pancake and sausage supper. Odd Fellow Hall, 203'i N. Main, Saturday, February 8th. Serving •1:30 to 8:30 P.M. Public invictd- Proceeds to polio fund. —6 1 AM not responsible for debts other than my own. David Ati- millcr. —8pd 2—Miscellaneous MeVICKER AND SCOTT professional auction service, BR 66462. Garden City, Kansas. -Itf FOR SALE: 120 baSc Scandalll accordian. Call BR 6-6058. —7 WE PAY $1 cash If any same item can be ~urchased at any Garden City grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price. ) Neely's A-G. —31t! BLUE LUSTRE not only rids - .. _.. carpets of soil but leaves pile j »?° T ? UIT Y'. noft- and lofty. Rent electric thamooocr $1.00. Mc.Clung and Payne. , —6 NEEDING SERVICES on these appliances? Irons, Toasters, Coffee makers, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers. Call Br 6-4803 for service. Free pickup and deliverv on small appliances within city. —7tf Install our rock wool insulation now for a warmer home this winter. Free Estimates DOUGLASS ROOFING SOI N. IOth IK 6-S39I II-H TRUCK DRIVER Trainees: Pro' fessional semi - truck drivei training by approved union drivers on our new big modem rigs, (Whites, Reo. Auto-car) diesel and gas. Room and board furnished. Budget plan available. Nationwide Placement assistance noon graduation. New class now forming for this area. For information write Interstate Srhools, Box J144 % the Telegram. Give phone number and directions if you live on a rural route. —6 land, ftaneha 9—For Rent IRRIGATED FARM for sale: This is probably the best irrigated half-section you have ever seen . . . Strikingly level; every acre under irrigation; no idle land. Two 10-inch irrigation wells pump apnroximately 4000 gals per min. Excellent soil. On pavement 6'<j miles from city. 100 acres sugar beets. Also corn, milo, wheat, etc. 7-room modern house. Unusually good markets for grain. . . . $375.00 per acre. Liberal terms Write owner, Box 127, Sharon Springs, Kansas. —6 It—Monuhold Need* FOR SALE: Used organ bargains — Hammond, Baldwin and Lowrey. Good used spinet piano trade-in. We will trade and finance at bank rates. Hammond Organ Studios, Box 836 or phone BR 6-2202. Garden City. —6 THE SHINE and sparkle of a new Armstrong vinyl floor can be yours now. It laughs at stains, will stand heavy traffic. 10' by 12' kitchen laid for just $59.00 complete. Largest selection at Garnands. —6 fiarifptt riiy Telegram Thursday, febrvorf o. 1*64 20—Autos and trucks 1951 PONTIAC AUTOMATIC transmission, Radio and heater, new recaps. Good mechanically, priced to sell. Phone BR 63476. —7 WANTED: ACREAGE for hybrid FOR SALE: Ironite Phone BR 6-4948. ironer I -8 ONE BEDROOM furnished upstairs apartment and garage. Adults. No pets. BR 6-4323, ask for Lydia. -24tf FOUR BEDROOM house, Two bedroom house. Small apartments. BR 6-4001. —3tf seed sorghum production, land I F,OR SALE: Roper gas range. must be irrigated, clean and ftee from noxious weeds, at least Vi mile isolation from other sorghum crops. If interested contact Best Seed Co. BR 6-6921. —13 APARTMENTS, 615 N. Main. ADULTS only. 2 WonH & *erv. UNFURNISHED ONE bedroom apartment with garage. Avail-able Feb. 10th. Call BR 6-5375 before 5:00 and BR 6-3353 after five. -4tf THREE ROOM furnished fcpart- ment, close in. Call BR 6-5333. -4tf FOR SALE: Comfort cover 4010 John Deere, $25.00. Art Brinkmeyer BR 6-6973. —« FOR SALE: 35 Eleven week old shoats. Elliott 5-6777. Kendall. Kansas; Norman Swank. —6 cheap- Phone BR 6-7597. -8 1957 STUDEBAKER President, V8, automatic, four door, $175. See at El Hancho Trailer Court space 15. Call BR 6-4752. -lOpd 1956 HALF TON ford pick-up. Bob Clemmens, Lincoln Road. —12pd 23—Instruction PRACTICALLY NEW headboard ! for Hollywood bed. Good used mattress and box springs. BR 6-7335. —6tf USED HEATING stoves, all for sizes. Coast-To-Coast, Garden City, Ks. Learn To Fly. It's easy and profitable. In. quire about our 707 Plan. You too can have your private licenses sooner than you Young Hobby Club 'Guess the Guest 1 For a Newcomer DO YOU have sandy or rolling farm ground and plenty of water but thought you could not irrigate? Let the Self Propelled Vallev Irrigation System solve TWO BEDROOM, forced air, one your pro b]em. For sales and ser- child, 220, almost new, uptown j;.;,,,, ca] | or write Cnas . A. Pfeif- 307 E. Chestnut. $85.00 BR 6-5140. j cr 1004 summitt. Garden City, —3tf | Kansas. Phone BR 6-4570. —6pd TWO BEDROOM house. 2111 Third. -3tf BACHELOR APARTMENTS Furnished, private bath monthly or weekly rates. 208 N. 1st. -Itf OFFICE SPACE, street side, over Anthonys. Will remodel to suit. George S. Knox, BR 63151 or BR 6-4123. -« TWO BEDROOM house, $75.00 a month. Call BR 6-7827. —5t£ PATTERSON'S STUDIO apartment, adults only, central heat- ng, tile bath, kitchenette. Phone BR 6-3501. —€tf 6—Good Things To Eat BROASTED CHICKEN only at the Cree-Mce Drive-In. Eat it here or call by phone and take it home. —8 .ielp Warned Agents Wanted Garden 5—Business Services • 15 TON MOBILE CRANE • BASEMENT EXCAVATING • BULLDOZER WORK • MOTOR GRADER • BACKHOE WORK WASHED AND GRADED SAND AND GRAVEL PHONE BR 6-3010 1608 I Fulton Garden City 17<TF Laltin, Leoti, ises, Cimarron, Dighton, Sublet!*, Satanta, Meade and Liberal. ir. . to «*n» GOOD USED light weight 22 rifle- BR 6-6884. -31tf WANT TO BUY: 10 gallon crock. BR 6-3152. —10 CONVERSION GAS burner for coal furnace, BR 6-6243. —7pd SMALL' USED-cement mixer, Call BR 6-4460. -9 14—Livestock, Ptts, Poultry FOR RENT: Two bedroom house newly decorated, full basement, two car garage, water softener and furnace. Good school location. Available March 10th. $75.00 a month. 503 Emerson. -8pd SMALL HOUSE, 909 Compton. Inquire at 1810 St. John- —6pd 10—Room and Beard HAVE STEADY job on local farm. 'Room and Board wanted. BR 6-6322. —8pd fstot* NORTHWEST CITY LIMITS REGULAR HORSE SALE Tuesday, Feb. 11 th 7:00 p.m. LIBERAL SALES CO. Liberal, Kansas Tension Seal STORM WINDOWS Free Estimates Call HAWLEY BROS. BR 6.5311 tt-TF LONG ON Ideas but short on cash? Discontinued draoery pieces — about one yard a piece- selling out at 50c each. Pillows, luncheon cloths, arm covers are just some of the ideas. Snap them up now at Garnands. —6 ~*" I think. Financing to suit your budget. Aircraft Rental Charter and Instruction Beechcraft • Sales • Service WESTERN PLANESALES Call BR 6-3216 8I-83-I5-H LEGAL* FOR SALE: 21" Motorola TV, excellent condition, $35.00. 1504 St. John. —6 If—Wearing Apparel FOR SALE: Muskrat dyed mink coat - value $500 • like new $150. Call BR 6-7224 after 5 p.m. 20— Autos and Tracks '53 PLYMOUTH, 2 door, standard transmission. Very good mechanically and appearance. $200. BR 6-3515. —Itf kM-H FOR SALE: Two registered female German Shepherd pups. 1406 "A 1 . ' • -8 17—S«edi. Feeds NOTICE FARMERS — You can still «ot in on our low off season prices. Hurry this offer won't last long. Phone BR 67814, nsk for Caroll. Powell's Disc Rolling Service. —7pd TOP soil for yards, delivered Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Co. -31tf • Part Tima or Full Tim* • All Lina Iniuranca • AUractiva Comminlont • Iniuranca E»parianca Not Required • 27th Larqait Mutual Company in Unitad Statat • TV Advartlilnq Furniihad by Co. Writa or Phona Larry Whitaker MFA Insurance Companies Gardan City, Kaniat P.O. Box 706 BR 6-3625 BI-1T IMMEDIATE OPENING for qualified stable lady, 30 • 50 years old for bookkeeping and sales work. Apply Jn person Sfnger Sewing Machine Co. Friday, February 7th, 9 A.M. to 11 A.M. , -6 Two ing, full rage. Tw« bedroom forced air, built itove and attached garage. DALE REAL ESTATE IOI E. Laurel Call Day or Evenings BR 6-7827 In NEW HOMES. $695 down. II-H $89.97 BALES SEDAN wire tied, $20.00 •per ton. Wesley Werner, 17 miles East and one North of Garden City or 8 miles North of Charleston. Phone Ingalls Ed 52111. —6 FOR SALE: Baled mllo, wheat, straw, and rye hay. Charles Brinkmeyer. Phone BR 6-5840, Imperial Route. —10 cutting alfalfa ton. Phone BR Mo. 6 closets, fully carpeted. Drapes, Birch kitchen. Basement partitioned, semi • finished. Attached garage. Merlin Smith Ph. 6-4886 or 6-4180. —19pd HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE R«cl Estate We Buy, S*H or Trad* Cash for your Equity HI W. L«ur«l •» ••"«' 1 «TF GOOD THIRD hay. $35.00 a 6-5367. BALED ALFALFA, last cutting. Call BR 6-7234 evenings only. -8pd USED CARS ALWAYS IB—HoM*lioM llo—MoblU Homw SPECIAL SNOW SALE WHERE HE'S GOING! '61 ! CHEVROLET i Impale Sport Sedan with economi- i cal iix cylinder engine with stand- (Published in The Garden City Tel- elegram Jan. 9, 16, 23, 30 and Feb. 6, 1964.) ' NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that under and by virtue of an Order of Sale issued and delivered to me for execution by the Clerk of the District Court of the County of Flnney. and State of Kansas,. In a certain action pending In said Court, wherein The Federal Land Bank of Wichita, Wichita. Kansas, a corporation, la plaintiff, and Charles O. Smith, et al.. are defendants, Case No. 11468, I will, at the cast front door of the courthouse In the City of Garden City, County of Finney, State of Kansas, on the 10th day of February. 1964, at 10 o'clock, a.m., of said day, offer for sale and sell at public auction for cash in hand and as one entire tract or parcel the following described real estate situate In the County of Flmiey, State, of Kansas, to-wlt: All that part of the SWV t of Section 1. Township 24 South. Range 34 West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, lying Nortli of the At- clilson. Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad right of way: Containing 155 acres, more or less, according to the United States Government Survey thereof: Together with 147 shares of stock of The Frnney County Water Users Association of Garden City. Kansas, and all wells and equipment used for the irrigation of said land; Said real estate will be sold subject to redemption as provided by law, and for the purpose of satisfying the unpaid balance of the judgment rendered in said action in favor of the plaintiff therein, hi the sum of $23.561.02. together with interest thereon nt the rate of 6 per centum per annum from the 23rd day of December. 1963, and for the costs of said action, accrued and accruing WENDLE MEIER , Sheriff of Flnney County, Kansas RAY H. CALIIIAN - Calllmn, Green & Calihan, Garden City. Kansas Do:i;ild J. Robinson E. M. Jamison • % The Federal Land Bank of Wichita. Wichita Kansas, Attorneys for Plaintiff Ay CAPfrY DICK "Guess the Guest" is a game to use when you are entertaining your friends and have a newcomer to the neighborhood to be introduced. The new neighbor must be someone no one at the party has met. Keep the newcomer out of sight until the game is to be played. You can have the mystery guest remain in an adjoining room, or if it is convenient to do so, you may hang a blanket or sheet across part of the main room and have the special guest sit behind it (Figure 2) while the others play the game (Figure 1). Each gxiesser must be given pencil and paper. The guessers are permitted to ask questions of the mystery guest arid, by means of his or her answers, plus the sound of the voice, describe what he or she is like. The myittr guttt is not allowed to answer any questions as to his or height, weight, looks or age. He is allowed to answer questions concerning what his hobbies are, what foods are his favorites, what he wants to become as an adult, where he lives and similar questions. From the conversation developed by these questions, the guessers must write on their pads of paper a description of the mystery guest, telling what they believe is the color of the guests hair and eyes, what he or she is wearing, his or her height, age and other such data. The guesser who comes closest to giving a true description wins the game. TOMORROW: How To Glamor- in Your Purst With CutoutsI Coffeyville Keeps Top Jueo Ranking DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP) — Coffeyville kept its No. l spot fn this week's rankings by basketball coachs. Coffeyville has an 18-1 record. Burlington, Iowa, 15-t, is second. Decatur Baptist of Texas, 19-1, rose from seventh to third. Dodge City, 15-1, .is sixth; Moberly, Mo., 13-4, is eighth, and Independence, Kan., 12-3, 13th. Who It Hit Str«n«or? College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS St. Joseph's, Pa. 79, Georgetown, D.C. 70 Rhode Is. 92, Boston U. 76 Syracuse 83, Niagara 81 (ot) Cornell 98, Colgate 92 Seton Hall 75, Long Is. U. 66 Penn State 80, Bucknell 52 Lafayette 74, Lehigh 56 Scranton 121, Susquehanna 65 Springfield 62, Amhurst 60 MIT 76, Stevens Tech 65 Duke 66, No. Carolina St. 44 W. Virginia 91, Maryland 67 DePaul 90, Notre Dame 75 Cincinnati 77, Dayton 63 Memphis St. 87, Creighton 86 Toledo 90, Bowling Green 71 •• Okla. City 80, St. Louis 75 (ot) EvansviUe 83, Butler 73 Seattle 87, Puget Sound 80 Ottawa 86, Kansas Wesleyan 61 LEGAL* fop line trim. Whitewalli. A nice clean ont owner car. $1495 SALESMAN: • PART time, pos- , S45 sible full time. Nationally Known I * . product Kans. Box 137. Garden City GARDEN CITY MULT I-LIST ECONOMY PLUS $9.13 par iquare foot Includei lot, thrt* bedroonu, tile bath, forctd . ffeat. mahogany cabin**!, oak floors. , Well built hpute. Pay off in 20 V • a r i at $80.00 ptr month. $1,000.00 down. Atherton Stallsworth ioi i c. Agency Fiilto* Taken in Trade Ownar mutt di«po»e of 20' by 40' block building with bath and sink. Includes II' by 22' storage building. B«»t t»rmsl Buy on contract for daad. Centra! location.'Call us now. AL WOODS Real Estate Mqr. MO W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 LARGE FAMILY? Here's an answer to your problem! thit large 3 badroom home hai an ideal school location, over liied garage, and a full basement with finished family room, bedroom and kitchen. 100' by 140' corner lot all for only $17,950.00. down and $86.26 a month includes interest, insurance and sales tax. Will buy a brand new 10 wide, two bedroom, completely furnished with storm windows, qas heat, 20 gal. hot water heater. Leisurama — 24 feet wide. New Moon— 12 feet wide. Hiway 50 West JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES BR 6-6881 Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 days We trade for anything^ ^ ^ fw<) f . yt , nch Jp9akers in TV Close Outs Two 1963 Models One 21" 23,000 Volts '58 . FORD Fairlana 500 Sadan with V-8 angina and automatic trantmission, air conditioning. Thit ear It way abova average. $595 '62 PONTIAC Star Chief Sedan with Hydramatic, power sttering and brakes, whitewalls. A fine one owner car. $2195 (First published in the Garde-i City Telegram on January ,23, 1964; last published on February 6, 1964) STATE OF KANSAS. FINNEY COUNTY. SS: IN THK PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE! OF CLARA ALICE MINNIS, DECEASED. No. 3972 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas To All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in sntd Court by Warner V. Minnis. Exe<-u- tor of tlie Will of Clara Alice Mlnnia. deceased, also known as Clara A. Minnis, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of liis acts, 'proceedings and accounts as Executor, allowance for Ms service and for his attorney fees and expenses; and also praying tlmt the Court determine the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof tr.- which each is entitled, and distribute and assign the snme to them in accordance with the Will of Clara Alico Minnis. deceased: and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on nr before tliq 14t1i day of February. 1M4. at 10:00 a.m. 0-1 *ald day In said Court, in tlie City of Garden City, Finney County. Kansa.«. at which time and place slid ratine will be henrd. Should you fail therein, iudijment and decree will be entered in due course upon said Petition. Warner V. Minnis, Executor of the will of Clara Alice Minnis. Deceased. I CT.YDE P. DANIEL ! I in West Pine Street fin-den City. Kansas Attorney for Executor lihd place said cause will be heard. Phoulil you f'lil thirf'" lud™mcnt nml decree will be entered in due course on said 'irtlt!—. Huby Ward and Willard f, Marker, Executors of the Will of Frances Zlrkle, deceased FLtfMT"''. *'•« •'' * SAFFELS & HOPE Attorneys for Petitioners. Bethany 117, Friends 89 Pro-Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday's Results Baltimore 113, St. Louis 106 Los Angeles 111, Detroit 85 Today's Games Detroit vs. San Francisco at San Jose Baltimore vs. Boston at College Park, Md. New York at Philadelphia ^•W^a»aiaa^B^a^^BBiiii^»^^«^^^iiiii^««^^«««««««i SEAT BELTS Initallt* 7 Oft Most Pr. Ofjly ' »97 Cora ALLEN'S SAFETY CENTER •14 N. ltd OvMhailii*. Compltto MotelMmct, lorlm. Volv. Re> MirfaclM. Irakt Repair, Tmo«p, Trtm RoMlr, Oil chaBf*. b * ' "-Stri SAHTY CENTU •INTERNATIONAL MUFFLERS WM A WHltn GuaraattM for at IMCJ « Yo« Ow» tfco Cor! •14 N. ltd So* Alb** Rim IR 4-7M1 CROSSWORD--- By Eugene Sbeffer | with two five Inch speakers i modern walnut cabinet. in 'One 24" 23,000 Volts 3-bedroom. Garage, Utility room, carpeted, forced air heat. Extra nice. Only $12,500, with a 90% loan. 2-Bedroom, carpeted, finished basement, Youngttown kitchen, diih- waiher, 2 baths, close to schools. Only $12,600. Only 10% down! TOMMY GRAVES Auctioneer-Realtor 1209 Jonas—Five Polnti Garden City, Keniat lus. 6-7141 Res. 6-4247 Ben Duncan, Salesman Res. IR 6 IS2J Garden City Mobile Homes Hiway 50 West BR 6-4811 24', 12', 10' wide New Trailers now on display. Also 10' and 8' wide Used Trailers. 70-TF modern walnut cabinet. Your Choice $759.95 wqt '61 CHEVROLET Bel Air 9 Passenger Station Wagon witS Y-l and automatic transmission, power brakes and steering, EZI glass, whitewalls. One local owner. $1750 SCHREIBER MOTORS ! IOI N. Main LAUGHUN ELECTRIC. 214 N. Main IK 6-32 H II-H 1957 OLDSMOB1LE 88,, radio and heater, automatic transmission, power brakes and steering, factory air, electric seat. Good mechanically. Less than hook price. BR 6-4152 Pnone B (Fi-at published In the* Oarden City TeV-—-uni February 6. m64; last pub!!„.. i T*,..,.„-..,. -•> iri5^ IN THE COUNTY COURT OF • \*y<' rni'VTY KANSAS GREAT PLAINS WI1OLERA' w TNC . . . PLAINTIFF VS. BUT, SURGE AND FINNEY COUNTY PLUMBING r>r"m"»T T^ NTS NOTICE OF HEARING NO. 2501 Tlie State of Kansas to Bill Burge uiul Finuey County Plumbing, and all' other persons concerned: Vini a-e )'e\vby io*i"«d that a ro- tltlon has been filed Jn the Cpmity Ouurt of Finney County Kansas'. ,l>y Great Plains Wholesale. Inc.. pravlug for judgment in the sum of S-UW.4, DliK- inte»«st snd cost." i>"it fn" 'I'he- relief, anil you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or hefo-e the 28th day of February, 1961, in .<ald court, at ClardcM City, Kansas. Should you fail therein, judgment and rtecive will be entered in due course upon so'it n.»H*loi! OHKAT PLAINS WHOLESALE, INC. Petitioner jpf .PMTV' 'I * »(' SAFFELS'& HOPE .Sfc\«itli : :id Lauivl Garden City, Kansas Attorneys for.Petitioner 27 34- 23 39 47 20 43 n BS 62. SS 8 IB 26, Zl 3<o 44- 37 79-3T FOR SALE: Fireplace Call BR 6-4664. VEHICLE FOR Sale: 1955 three .quarter ton pick-up, re wood, built.motor, new tires, A-l shape, —6 can be financed, $495. after 7:00 P.M. BR 6-5506 -8 MOUSE PRICES REDUCED Throe bedroom, two baths, older f*tt tide location. $14,700. 'DON TALLfcV Realtor 1 107 Willow Len* Phone BR c-5730 BR 6-7975 Atherton-StalUworth Campbell Abstract Tommy Gr#vei. Auetioo»»r-Rt«l»»r Heinemann Agcncv Le* Kitner «nj Son Don Iall*v Raalton Jen* Scott Reelteri 2 bedroom with beiement flooej ichool location, ba'ow $7,000- Storage bldg. in back. ) bedroom, built in kitchen, ««rp»t- •d and air conditioned in p«r{«ct icheol location, ] ve«ri old. frlc* reduced. 2 b»droom, carp«ted end eHaektd garage, iutt redacorated. Mukt w* an ouar—Alt* Irown location. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY |R 6-7671 IR 6-6»07 •R MI44 garage Owner 1 htdroom with double KOrthlid* corner location. w*nti to tell—make offer. New ) bedroom, double garage, 2 b«ihi, full b*»«ment, brick en Eeit ild*. M«k* ui an offer. Finelt carpeted, air conditioned tplit l*v*l in town. Owner tayi t*ll i—rnek* VI «n ««*r. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY |R 6-7741 |R 6-3675 74-TF $1395.00 FIVt POINTS MOTOR CO. II-2T (First published in the Garden City Telegram February 6 1861; last published February 20. 1961) State at Kansas us. Fi:mey County In the D f>b"te Court In and for Said County and State IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FRANCES ZIRKLE, DECEASED No. 4097 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to *U persona concerned. , You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Ruby Ward and Willard F. Marker, who are named as esecutors in the decedent's last will, bearing date of Julv 10, 1959. an authenticated copy of Vhk-li. with codicil, along with the order admitting the same to probate lit Beaver County. Oklahoma, praying for the admission of saiJ nutiipi'.tic-ated ropy to probate and record without administration, and you are hereby required to file your written di-fcwes thereto on or before the 28th. day of February. 1964. ut 10:00 o'clock A.M. "f ?rl«' -li-v. in sad court, in Uie City of Garden City. In said county aud stats, at which time 54. motor 55. spots VERTICAL 1. vessels HORIZONTAL 44.proceed J. glided 45. strange 7. conveyance 4.7. deadens 13. Biblical sound* Hebrew 49. also 14. enact 50. fishing 15. single unit , nets 16. with one 52. looking- 18. joke 19. upon 20. artificial > language * 21. note in scale 22. wooden pin 24. affirm* 26. tropical fruit 27. defune 29. reprove SI. nobleman 39- wading bird 33. bruih away dirt 85. grain* 88. goddew of dawn 89. barter 41. knock 42. toward 43. metallic rook 2. dog's house S. salutation 4. note in scale 5. Greek letter 6. release 7. deference 1 8. unit of energy 9. advertisement (colloq.) Answer to .yesterday's puwle. 2-6 10. watte cloth 11. insect 12. engrosa 17. German river 23. yawns 24. expert 25. frighten 26. relating to a thread * 28, born 30. hwten • 32. ranioips S3.brUUy 35. vehicle S6. shallow pond 97, wild wiun»J trails • DECS Baas 46. 47. mate*- aaraa rj@Dgl HOB 49. comb, form three, nickel M «H»«*M. 1W4. Kin* Future* Synd., IRC.) B WFGT FT CPS MFTA. GVFGYB BPSA QWFGY KPl TFIVM GWPK 8CP« Cryptoquip: OUR PINK PU&8 OAK SOM* $U}CK CURB*

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