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Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1965, Emporia, Kansas Page a the Gazette Emporia Kansas saturday january 9 1965 classified ads take no holidays they get a the Krueger plumbing heating co 506 comi i 21973 Steak House Here bought by Robert Winkley family build repair remodel have if done right Call one of these reliable firms sales and service of Lennox Armstrong warm air heating equipment Geo Groh sons 32527 comi dial i 27576 s floor covering where Fine floors begin 15 East 6th i 24043 Beitz builders custom Homes remodelling Complete building service Phi 24651 or i 22829 dels tile professional installation Ceramic tile i 21885 air conditioning Sheet Metal work Call us for free estimates Geo Groh sons 32527 comi dial i 27576 top Quality flooring Wall tile free estimate expert installation Rinker linoleum tile 1111 comi dial i 20204 one of Emporia most popu Lar Steak houses has changed hands or and mrs Robert Winkley 629 Lincoln have purchased Mcadoo restaurant from mrs a j Mcadoo effective monday the restaurant is at 1517 East sixth at the Corner of sixth and Dorset Street the Winkles will run the restaurant As operation with mrs Winkley As manager the restaurant will be renamed the and the Busi Ness hours will be changed after monday the restaurant will open daily at 4 it will close at Midnight monday through thursday and remain open until 2 on Friday and saturday on sunday the hours will be from 11 to 9 the sunday menu will feature family style Chicken the menu will feature steaks chops and Chicken plus Side dishes the popular salad Well started by the Mcadoo will be continued before the Mcadoo bought the restaurant it was known As the g i Steak House the Mcadoo completely remodeler the build ing and modernized the opera Tion of Street parking is available around the eating place for a number of cars the Winkles Are working on plans for some special events later in the year in addition to regular hours the suppertime will be Avail Able for private luncheons and club meetings by special arrangement anew equipment was installed in the restaurant when it was remodeler by the Mcadoo or Winkley resigned As a state veterans commission representative Here in october after accusing the commission administration of improper tactics in a series of Coffee Tours that he said were nothing but recruiting activities of private veterans organisations mrs Winkley has resigned from a Job at Emporia state teachers College to manage the restaurant the Winkles have three children civil air patrol considers daily flights Over Lake Gary Baker information offi cer of the civil air patrol in the Emporia area reports the members Are considering setting up a patrol plane flight Over the Redmond Reservoir daily at dusk if such a program is set up financial assistance will be needed to cover the costs Esti mated at about monthly funds May be solicited from service clubs and other civic organizations the patrol serv ice in the evening would be Sim Ilar to that Given by civil air patrol at coastal Points it is designed to relieve misery and worries about people who might be in boating trouble and Lead to rescues in Case of accidents Dunlap mrs Ray Rumold was hostess to the Rook club monday afternoon Rook was played at two tables with prizes being awarded to mesdames t l Curtis High Bert Osborn second High Taylor Viar Low and Royal Ryman the travel ing prize new Homes going up fast Brief warm spell helps local builders exceptionally Good Progress has been made during the past few weeks by contractors on Sev eral Large new Emporia Resi Dences the recent Good weather spurred outside construction at the Home Sites on wednesday and thursday this week work men had no use for insulated underwear they shed their overcoats for such jobs As exterior painting Concrete pour ing Brick laying or installing rafters one of the larger multilevel Homes scheduled for occupancy next week is that of the r h Shepherd family at 2165 morn inside drive built by the Arrowhead construction company the residence is on a Large tract it has an attractive Interior colourful carpeting an open permit issued for House a building permit for a new residence has been issued to Faye Bannister of 512 South Exchange by the county engineers office the Home will be 66 feet Long and 32 feet wide and will have a basement it will be built on a tract East of Carter Street and North of South ave nue encompass your Home with Beauty Armstrong linoleum and tile easy to clean holds its Glamour gifts that Are sure to add new dimension to your Home i 20204 Rinker tin comi linoleum tile Headquarters for Quality carpeting hundreds of patterns and colors by famous makers 100 continuous 501 filament Nylon carpet expert installation free estimates your dealer for Hoover vacuum sweepers upright and canister models floor scrub Ber polishers accessory tools Stephens furniture inc 507 commercial i 21392 stairway near the front Entrance extensive panelling and Builtin and two fireplaces the Struc Ture has four bedrooms on the upper floor a Large basement recreational area and Central heating and air conditioning plants two others listed the Arrowhead company Gen eral contractor on the residence also has two other Large Homes under Way in the country club Heights addition one at 2060 Morningside drive nearly oppo site the Shepherd residence is for Warren Bailey general manager of the Bluey Transfer and storage company now Liv ing at 909 Walnut St the new Bailey Home is enclosed and Interior work is under Way the Arrowhead construction company under a City permit has built forms and con Crete was poured this week at the new residence for John North operator of the Ford car Agency in Emporia it is located at 2030 Morningside drive North of the Elvin d Perkins Resi Dence under construction in the country club Heights addition by contractor Wayne Blair Isa new residence at 2037 Hunting ton Road for mrs Mary Rogler and daughter roof framing was under Way this week another Home built another Home along Hunting ton Road at 2042 is for Lee e Nelson operator of the Blue Stem farm and ranch store now living at 1124 Washington St contractor Cosby r louder track and his Crews Are install ing Sheet Rock on the Interior and outside painting was under Way this week con Grant or Louderback also is constructing a new Home for Helen Douglas at 1720 East Wil Man court roofing is on and the Structure is being enclosed other new residences being built include one at 1731 old Shower is held for miss Marilyn Hogan Neosho rapids miss Marilyn Hogan was honoured with a bridal Shower thursday evening at the rapids methodist Church hostesses were mesdames Giles Hartenbower Jerry Hartenbower and Johnnie Willard the gift table was entered with a Pink umbrella with a White cover mrs Dale Hogan assisted her daughter in open ing the gifts present were mesdames Wil Liam Blaufuss Hartford George w Miller Emporia Charles b Richmond Harry Harper Charles n St Bonnett Everett Jacob Roy Mayes Max an Drews Murphy Jordan Albert Sleisher William Rosenquist Ray Crawford George Bulson and Don Pearson also Darla Hogan Cynthia Richmond Pamela Bulson and Sherri Pearson Manor Road for the Rev Travis Siever superintendent of the Emporia methodist Church District the fou level Structure is expected to be ready for occupancy on or before april 1st it has three bedrooms a study and Utility room on one level and a recreation room on the lower level underneath the Liv ing room Fields Home built at 2036 Park Lane East of Prairie Avenue the firm of aus Tenfel Stevenson is constructing a new Home for Robert Fields the project Engineer for the Emporia Plant of the inter state baking company Emporia building permits were issued this week for two other new residences one for to Frank ohm is for construction at 1517 Thompson St con tractors Hedrick and Brown secured a permit for a new Home at 40 South Sylvan St Emporia contractors specializing in Home building report prospects Are Good for an Active 1965 surge in residential construction miss Cheryl Wilkins honoured at Shower Allen miss Cheryl Wilkins was honoured at a miscellaneous bridal Shower sunday at the Al Len methodist Church hostesses were mesdames Lee Lowder Charles Coffman George Jensen Wayne e Stout Clifford Day and Esther Holder the gift table was covered with a lace cloth and a miniature Bride was the Centrepiece the serving table was covered with a White cloth and the Center pieces were a bouquet of carnations and the four Pink candles mrs Nelson Wilkins Mother of the honoree and mrs Dayle Boosinger poured out town guests were Mes Dames Kenneth Giger Dodge City Arnold Lindbloom and mire Arthur Wilkins and John Wilkins Scranton Adolph Bur i Bushong Gary Robinson Reading James Hess Clarence Bristow Topeka Dayle Boosinger Neosho rapids Emil Zug Glen Mckinley Emporia Don Ald Maxwell Dunlap Harold hubs Wichita Howard Spade Austin Boosinger Lois Miller and Fred Jensen Admire and Clayton Wilkins Osage City also miss Lettie Swarner Bushong Marjorie Ann Lowder Rochester n Connie Spade Sheila Lindbloom and Mary Jane Spade Admire and miss Ann Clayton Kansas City and Carol Lewallen Emporia it new building is started a new steel building is being erected under a City construction permit for Kansas soya products inc it will pro vide More storage and service facilities at the company com plex of buildings along East sixth Avenue and East of East Street Slop in today for an estimate and do away with that outdated bathroom Mason plumbing heating electric Down by the depot Guys dolls Legal by Sharon Watson sixty teams of debaters from 42 Kansas High schools competed this weekend in the sixth an Nual tournament of Silver and roses at Emporia senior High school after registration and a general As Sembly Friday afternoon first rounds began at p m in classrooms at Emporia High and l o w t h e r Junior High during the tournament mrs i n e z Johnston Home economics Sharon Watson instructor at e h served a Tea in the Din ing room for All the visiting coaches the teams competed for the William Allen White travelling trophy won last year by College High of Pittsburgh a school is allowed to keep the trophy if it wins the tournament three years in succession Al Bert j Higgins debate coach at e h is in charge of the tournament James Sellers is the student director timekeepers were recruited by Donna Wheeler and Diane Mcclenney Richard Paegelow and Mark Edwards were in charge of obtaining judges Nancy Evans was in charge of the Tea and the hostesses the tabulation room was under the supervision of Gary Nicklin Duane Betty was in charge of the rounds at Junior High and those at senior High were supervised by Paul Graham Lyon county gets As share of gasoline tax the january 1st quarterly share of the state gasoline taxes have been sent to county treasurers from the state treasurers office the total for coun ties is and is earmarked for the 621 cities and incorporated towns the state Gas tax is distributed 50 per cent to towns on the basis of their population and 50 per cent to counties on their second Ary Road mileage shares of counties include Lyon Chase 21 Coffey Green Wood Morris 08 usage Wabaunsee allotments for Lyon county towns include Emporia Admire Allen Americus Bushong 23 Hartford Neosho rapids Olpe Reading in or insurance official Speaks at underwriters meeting Gerald Spahn District Mana Ger of the metropolitan life insurance company Topeka District was speaker at the Empo Ria association of life under writers meeting Friday noon at f o r r e n s restaurant or spans topic was keeping current in the life insurance and approximately 25 members and guests were present it was announced that Dean Allen representing new York life insurance company in Emporia had written million in life insurance Protection during 1964 Dunlap or and mrs Ervin Eldred or and Elaine were hosts wednesday evening to other officers of the Dunlap High school alumni association at their Home plans were started for a dinner june 12th other officers attending were mrs Harry Wirsig and James Hedgespeth mrs Hedgespeth and Harry Wir Sig were guests if its made of see us Emporia Glass co 1604 East 6th senior girls serving As Host esses were Linda Atchison Cheryl Ballew Linda Bjork Back Susan Burr is Anita Cook Phyllis Darnes Terri Davis Karen Hopper Joyce Goodwin Linda Jones Janice Krueger Jeanie Lockard Texas Luedtke Kathy Nixon Linda Putnam Marilyn Rogers Barbara Schar Enberg Donna Sutton Delores Duffield Judy Tholen Jane Ann Dumm Marcia Van Gundy Linda Irwin and Sharon Watson Many schools entered schools taking part i the tournament were Moundridge rus sell Topeka West Highland Park Seaman Al Dorado Gar Den City College High of Pitts Burg Atchison Hoisington Shawnee Mission West Roose velt of Emporia Osage City fort Scott Wellington manhat Tan Augusta Haven Winfield Hutchinson Topeka washing ton Shawnee Mission East Shawnee Mission North Coffey Ville Shawnee Heights Parsons Pittsburg Abilene Ulysses fre Donia Lola Newton Wichita Heights Nickerson Valley Cen Ter Wyandotte Derby Junction City Salina and Emporia 111 after the Emporia High basketball game with Junction City Friday night a varsity dance was held in the school gym All visiting debaters were invited to attend the dance which was sponsored by spartan club 1 i 1 the Kansas Academy of Sci ence met wednesday in the Emporia High auditorium Larry Ferren a Junior at e h discussed a National research club of which he is a member the guest speaker was or bar Bara Howell from the physical science department at Emporia state teachers College or Howell spoke on isotope Exchange rate 1 1 1 candidates for Queen of courts at Roosevelt High school have been announced the candidates chosen by the Basket Ball squad Are Linda Clark Janet Coleman Leslie Cropp and Peggy Frazier the Queen will be selected by the popular vote of the student body and will be crowned during halftime Cere monies of the Roosevelt Hart Ford basketball game next Fri Day night a dance will be held the next evening in the Queens Honor four debaters from Roosevelt attended the Emporia High tournament of Silver and roses they were Ann Hartzler Pam Ela Budd Kenneth Andrews and Robert Skaggs the Roosevelt student Council will sponsor a sock hop in the school gym this evening after the Roosevelt Ridley basketball game entertainment will be provided by the freshman class which gave a skit imitating television commercials the Coachmen Folk group consist ing of Ken Andrews Tim Igor Man Glen Andrews and Dan Hayes also performed approximately 150 Lowther Junior High students went to Topeka thursday for the Low the Seaman basketball game two groups of ninth graders and a group of seventh graders chartered buses for the trip and Many other students went in cars first published in the Emporia Dally Gazette Jan 9 1965 in the District court of Lyon county Kansas William s Martin and Wilma c Martin his wife plaintiffs v1 no William p Norton we p nor ton Mary a Norton m a Norton Marie Nus Milton Hunt Margaret 3 Hunt Margaret Hunt Lewia Hunt Lewis c Hunt Rebecca Hunt Georgia b Georgia Bell Slack Henderson mrs Georgia Bell Slack Henderson a n Ken Derion Abble Hawkins Florence bit John Bivens mrs Bessie e by vein Bessie e j big John m Bivens Sarah Elira Alvena also known Slack incompetent Bessie Slack Bivens mrs j m Dunlap or and mrs Ron Nie Pritchard Emporia were dinner guests sunday of or Prit cards parents or and mrs Pritchard and family the dinner was in Honor of Ronnie birthday add on or Start a account now on time certificate of deposits on savings accounts citizens National Bank safeguarding health of families for Over 100 years where pharmacy is a profession red pharmacy 624 comi i 22151 save the year round with Ceramic tile easy to clean never needs waxing installed quickly lasts a lifetime newest colors smart designs Call today i 21885 free estimates dels tile Call Bailey moving storage co 75 years serving Emporia worlds largest mover the Gazette official paper of City of Emporia and Lyon county 517 merchant Emporia font the White corporation owner w l White president Eugene t Lowther editor Ementi t f Mcdaniel managing editor b r Barr business manager published daily except sunday entered the Poa Toffick in Empo Kansas for transmission re rough the mails Ai second class matter Sec Ond paid at Emporia Kansas terms of subscription daily delivered by Carrier n pm Peck a and in nearby town per week by the mail in Lyon and adjoining counties bargain rate per year by mail outside area per Yetra three months Moth raise the and add new brightness to your Home now is the time to redecorate paint that gloomy room or add that new room or Den you have been discussing for so Long Stop in or phone for an estimate today Smith 715 East 6th the builders lumber i 20218 companion sevens o e Bradley Millie Ley 0 g Bitler Roa artha z Cook z l Cook Cook Judson Cook Sadie Cook John Cook Ida Cook Christina Chap Man Chapman and As guardian at Sarah Elisabeth Bivens incompetent s o Denton Benjamin m Fowler Elile l Myers Elsie Myers e a John Frederick Edwin a Myers Susie Melton Fern Moon r h Pyle Jyh Reveley William Richardson e d Robinson Fred Slack f n Slack John f Slack Susan e Slack Georgia Slack b m Sheldon Bowena Pearl Woodward j g Zachry John Jeffries sons Jarvi Conklin mortgage Trust com Pany Roland r Conklin and Samuel m Jarvis and Joseph c Willeta receivers Timothy b Sweet Trug tee or George c Noble successor in Trust Christina gun cel istra trix of the estate of Henry Gunkle deceased Marland Oil com Pany of Oklahoma and the unknown heirs executors Devisees trustees creditors and As signs of such of the defendants a May be deceased the unknown spouses of the defendants the unknown officers successors creditors and assigns of Tuch defendants As Are existing dissolved or dormant corporations the unknown executors administrators tru slices creditors successors and assigns of such defendants As Are or were partners or in partnership and the unknown guardians and trustees of such of the defendants As minors or Are in Anywise under Legal disability defendants notice of suit the state of Kansas to the above named and designated and All other persons who Are or May be concerned you Are hereby notified that a Pell lion has been filed in the District court of Lyon county Kansas by William s Martin and his wife Wilma c Martin plaintiffs praying for judgment that said plaintiffs Are the owners in fee simple of certain real estate the Legal description c which is included and identified by reference to the plaintiffs petition filed herein and praying that the court determine All Adverse estates or inter ests which arc claimed in said real property and hat the plaintiffs title thereto be quieted against you and each of you and that you and All persons claiming by through or under you be barred and excluded from any title estate or interest in or Hen upon or claim is inst the real property described and you Are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before february 23 196s in said court at the courthouse in the City of Emporia in i Yon county Kansas should you fail therein judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said Peti Tion William s Martin and his Wue Wilma c Martin Wilford Hiegle attorney for sat mrs first published in the Emporia daily Gazette Jan 2 ims in the District court of county Kansas Benjamin h Toms plaintiff is no Joseph Moon Lydia Moon Moon Jonathan Moon Jonathan t i Moon Mary Moon Mary e Moon Benjamin Moon Benj Moon b j i Moon Minerva Moon b f Moon guardian b f Moon n f Ames Sarah l Ames s l William j Carney w j Carney Hannah Carney Caddie m Clausen John e Davis Mary Davis Nathan Dix Elias Oliver Buress Ellas 7 duress Nackey Dora burst Mackey Dora Buret naked Dora Bureau Ida May bureaus John w buries John we Buress John William Buress Mary u Buret Mary a Buress William t Bures we t Burcsu w t buries William t burls Mary e Bug Bee Julia a Cooper late Buress l h Cooper Amanda c Cooper late duress Thomas Cooper Thos Cooper Lucy a Hickox Buress w h Hickox Kusan Nih e Workman late d r work Man l h Hickox l a Hickox s e Workman a a he Cox Harriet Hickox Charles e Hickox Emma Hickox Emma a Hickox William h Hickox Lucy a Hickox Amanda Hurst Amanda j Hurst Amanda Hirst a f Hurst alien f Hurst Allen f Hearst William s Helen a Jay j w Richard Gause r cause Richard Guase Jesse Gauss Harriet e Gause Hariel e Gause Harriett e h e Gause Ann cause Charles s Gilmon c s Gilman Chas s Gilman Charlea s ill Man Olive Gilman Olive b it Man Nicholas Lockerman n lock Erman Surah f Lockerman e j Ratcliff Roy w Ratcliff Rny w Ratcliffe Roy ral Cliff Caddie m Ratcliff May Ratcliff May rat Clitty Edna e Rule Luff Edna rat Cliff Erna e Jones Nellie b Macy Nellie b Ratcliff Stephen Smith w w Williams Sarah m wrist William Wright and s b Warren and the unknown heirs executors administrators Devisees trustees creditors and assigns of such of the Ai May a deceased the unknown spouses of the defendants the unknown offi cers successors trustees and assigns of such defendants a Are existing dissolved or dormant corporations the unknown executors administrators trustees Credi tors successors and assigns of Inch defendants As arc or were or in partnership and the unknown and trustees of such of the defendants As Are or in any Wise under Legal disability notice of suit the stale of Kansas to the shove named and designated and All other who arc or May be concerned Yon Are hereby notified that Oeh Linn has been filed in the District court of Lvon county Kansas by Benjamin h Toms plaintiff praying for judg ment that the said plaintiff the in fee so male of certain real cat ate the Legal description of which included and identified by reference to the petition filed herein and praying thai the court determine All Adverse or which Are in sell real property and that the plaintiffs title be quieted Nii and each of you and that you and All persons claiming by through or under you he forever barred and excluded from any title estate or in Terest in or Lien upon or claim against said real drop cry described in Plain diffs petition and you arc hereby Renu red to plead to said petition on or before he 15th Day of february 199s in said court at Emporia Kansas should you fall therein judgment and decree will he entered in due course upon said pet Don Benjamin h Toms Wilford Riegle attorney for the plaintiff first published in the Emporia Dally Gazette Jan 2 ims in the probate court of Lyon county Kansas in the matter of the estate of v w Elaine deceased no notice of hearing the slate of to All persons concerned you Are hereby notified that lion has been filed in said Coort by Nancy j Elaine widow and of the Clr Satlow of v w Elaine deceased praying for the determination of the descent of the follow uni de scribed real estate in Lyon county Kasias to wit an undivided half tt4 interest in and to lot number fifteen Block number three 3 in tawn addition to the City of Emporia Lyon county according to the recorded plat thereof and All other property real and per Sonal or therein owned by the v w Blaine at the of is death r and you hereby Rvl Rirl to file your written thereto on or before 26th Day of january at ten Oclock in morning of Day in said court in the City of emt Joria in Lyon county Kansas at which time and said cause will be heard should twi fall therein judgment and decree Wilt of entered in due upon mid petition Nancy j blame Wilford Riepole attorney for

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