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ii iir rlr r i i I I ...................................... J / "00OTICES, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR SHELBY COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF REX A. FINLEY, Deceased. Probate No. 8038 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS NTERESTED N THE ESTATE OF REX A. FINLEY, Deceased : You are hereby notified that on the 2nd day of June, 1969, the last will and testament of Rex A. Finley, deceased, bearing date of the 23rd day of March, 1966, was admitted to probate n the above named court and that Grant A. Finley was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of- this notice, or thereafter De forever barred Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above roamed district court, as orovided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed Or paid) Such claim shall thereafter be forever barred Dated this 3rd oaY ot June, 1969. GRANT A. FINLEY Executor of said Estate Harlan Iowa Hines & Sawin Attorneys for said Executor Harlan, town {Date of second publicatioo, 16 day of June, 1969) NA June 9, NA June 16 INSURANCE DEPARTMENT OF IOWA DES MOINES ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the C. T LIFE AND ACCIDENT IN- SURANCE COMPANY, Located at Lincoln in the State of Nebraska. Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn Statement Showing its condition on the thirtY-first daY of December, 1968 in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, ot the Code ot Iowa, relating to Insurance Corn, panies; and whereas said nsurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, Lorne R. Worthington, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that Said Insurance Company is authorized to transact business in the State of Iowa in the manner provided oy law, until the first day of April. 1970. I further certify that on December 31, 1968, the statement shows -- Total Admitted Assets -- $2,414,942.11 Total Liabilities, Except Capital -- $613,741,28 Capital Stock or Guaranty Fund -- $1,000,000.00 Paid in and Contributed Surplus -- $800,000.00 Unassigned Funds (Surplus) -- $1,200.83 Dated at Des Moines, this 1st day of June, 1969; LORNE  WOR- THINGTON, Commissioner of In- surance (A June 9, 1969) ? INSURANCEDEPARTNIENTOF IOWA DES MOINES ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the TRANSAMERICA NSURANCE COMPANY. Located at San Francisco in the State of California. Whereas. the above named company has tiled in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1968 in accordance with the provisions of Chapter $15, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Com- panies; and whereas said Insurance Company has Complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, Lorne R Worthington, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact business in the State of Iowa in the manner provided by law, until the first day of April, 1970. I further certify that on December 31, 1968, the statement SHOWS - Total Admitted Assets -- $174,272,296.76 Total Liabilities, Except Capital -- $I 12,989,806.45 Capital Stock or Guaranty Fund -- $2,000,000.00 Paid in and Contributed Surplus --- $23,642,1 t4.46 Unassigned Funds (Surplus) -- $35,640,375.85 Dated at Des Moines, this 1st day of June, 1969; LCRNE R WOR- THINGTON Commissioner of In- surance (NA June 9, 1969) INSURANCE DEPART/ENTOF IOWA DES MOINES ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the TRANSATLANTIC REINSURANCE COMPANY. Located at New York ]n the State of New York. Whereas. the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of town, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty firSt day of December, 1968 in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Com- panies; and whereas said Insurance Company has comolied with the taws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, m pursuance of law, I Lorne R Worthington, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify at said Insurance Company is authorized to transact business in the State of Iowa m the manner provided by law, until the first day of April, 1970. I further certify that on December 31, 1968. the statement SHOWS -- Total Admilted Assets $9,070,256.60 Total Liabilities, Except Capital -- $7,327,685,05 p Capital Stock or Guaranty Fund -- $1,250,000,00 Paid in and Contributed Surplus -- $492,571.55 Dated at Des Moines, this 1St day of June, 1969; LORNE R. WOR- THINGTON, CommisSioner of In- surance (NA June 9, 1969) I further certify tnH.o Lecember 31, 1968, the statement ShoWS Total Admitted Assets $57,741,821.55 Total Liabilities, Except Capital -- $22,388,042.93 Capital Stock or Guaranty Fund -- $3,000,000.00 Paid in and Contributed Surplus $1,918 262.50 Unassigned Funds (Surplus) $30,435,516.12 Dated at Des Moines, thiS 1st day of June, 1969; LORNE R. WOR- THINGTON Commissioner of In. surance (NA June 9, 1969) INSURANCE DEPARTMENT OF IOWA DES MOINES ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the, TRANSIT CASUALTY COMPANY Located at St. Louis in the State o1 Missouri. Whereas, the above named company haS filed in the Insurance Department ot Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1968 ir accordance with the provisions of ChaDter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Com- panies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, m pursuance of law, I, Lorne R Worthington, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact business in the State of ,own in the manner provided by law, Until the first day of April, 1970. I turther certify that on December 31, 1968, the statement Shows - Total Adm(rted Assets $54,162,869.78 Total Liabilities, Except Capital -- $33,7SI,909.07 Capital Stock or Guaranty Fund -- $1,500,000.00 Paid in and Contributed Surplus $7,155 896.74 Unassigned Funds (Surplus) -- $11 #55,063.97 Dated at Des Moines, thiS 1st day of June, 1969; LORNE R. WOR- THINGTON, Commissioner of n- surance (NA June 9, 1969) INSURANCE DEPARTMENT OF IOWA DES MOINES ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the TRANSCONTINENTAL IN- SURANCE COMPANY, Located at New York in the State of New York Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement Showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December 1968 in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Com- panies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, Lorne R. Worthington, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Corn pany is authorized to transact business in the State of Iowa in the manner provided by law, until the first day of April, 1970. AVOCA PROGRAM AT RACES . . . Members of the Avoca Centennial Caravan were at the Shelby County Speedway Friday evening and presented a program during intermission. They are pictured in front of the grandstand. The 10-minute program included musical numbers and the introduction of queen candidates. The Avoca Centennial is June 19-22. - ACCIDENTS - NO ONE was injured in a two-car mishap three miles northeast of Harlan on a county road June 4, 7:30 p.m. Deputy Sheriff Lake Petersen reported cars driven by Patricia Mosher, Harlan and Randy Mosher, 20, Harlan, collided at an in- tersection. There was an estimated $141 damage to Patricia Mosher's car and an estimated $70 damage to the other auto. No charges were filed. A CHARGE of failure to yield right of way was filed in a two-car mishap at the in- tersection of 12th and South Streets June 5, 5:45 p.m. Policeman Eugene Petersen stated a car driven by Robert Stell, 48, Knoxville was south- bound on 12th when it collided with a car driven by Kathryn Schechinger, Harlan. Charges were filed against Mrs Schechinger. There was an estimated $200 damage to each car. No one was injured. CREED WINNER -- Susan Heilesen, Kirkman, (right) was selected as winner of the 4- H Country Girls Creed contest June 2. Susan is a member of the Douglas Dixies 4-H club. Second place was Betty Mickels, Panama, (left) of the Cass Sunny Sues 4-H club. Susan will present the creed at County Fair July 23. Alternates were Julie Nelson, Elk Horn, and Joan Greiner, Panama. Irwin brother, sister, earn same honor MA K i N G PO ST E R S... These women of the Congragational Christian Church group, are making posters to be used in the West Central Iowa Sheltered Workshop fun drive being launched June 22 in the county. The women/and kids) are (l-r): Lynn Ross, 4, Ann Ross, 7, Mrs Bob Ross, Mrs Fran Grant Finley, Mrs Loren Hickerson, Betty Domina, (Orville) 7, Mrs Dave Maupin, Mrs James Lukefahr, Greg Lukefahr, 3, and Jamey Lukefahr, 5, See story. Manning woman recognized as piano teacher +IRWIN- Mrs Ray Wycoff of Manning has been awarded professional recognition as a teacher of Piano by the Cer- tification Board of the Music Teachers National Association. Teachers receiving such Cer- tification are recommended by their State Music Teachers Association for this recognition. Mrs Wycoffhas 25 students in Irwin. Spring, fall calving for beef herds MOST IOWA beef cow men have chosen spring for their calving season. But there are some cow men who prefer fall calving. Each of these seasons has its advantages, according to Dave Dickerson, county ex- tension director. There are three major reasons why many beef cow men choose spring calving: First spring calving requires a minimum of housing. Second, you use less harvested feed as cows are on pasture when they need the most feed. Third, spring- dropped calves are ready for the feedlot when the demand for feeders is greatest during the fall. However, Dickerson says, there are some advantages for fall-calving too. Heat and insects are less bothersome to the fall- dropped calf. Also, with cows in confinement during the winter, you can give them closer at- tention than during the busy summer. And fall calves are weaned at a time when feeder cattle prices are usually more favorable. EACH INDIVIDUAL manaRer has to size up the ad- BREAKS ARMS, COLLAR BONE IN BICYCLE ACCIDENT Alan Mores, 12, broke both forearms and his collar bone in a bicycle accident last Wednesday noon. He was riding his bike on the sidewalk on 12th street, when his bike went off the walk and hit a manhole that joined the sidewalk and protruded in the air. causing him to flip up into the air. He'll be in casts for six weeks. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Leo Mores, Harlan. GLENN SCHWARTE ADDRESS +EARLING -- Mr and Mrs Wilfred Schwarte have received an address from their son, Sp4 Glen from Vietnam. Glen writes that he has been assigned to serve as a supply clerk at the present time. His address is: Sp-4 Glen I. Schwarte NG26821444 H H D 1 st Logistical Command, A C of S Supply APO San Francisco, Calif. 96384 COLLINS ON USS SARATOGA USS SARATOGA (May 22) -- Airman Apprentice Kenneth E. Collins, USN, son of Mr and Mrs John W. Collins Jr. of Persia is serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga which was visited on Armed Forces Day by Richard M. Nixon. Accompanied by Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Thomas Moorer and other Navy officials. President Nixon flew by helicopter to the Saratoga,. 45 miles off the Virginia coast. vantages and disadvantages in light of his own situation. But regardless of the calving season you choose, try for a goal of having all calves dropped in a 60- to 70-day period. A calf crop of uniform weight and age is easier to manage and also has greater sale value than calves of varied weights and ages. Historical Soc. will tour Nab. City "See America First" is a popular slogan. It's a good one, too, beeause there are so many places to see! Each summer, the Shelby County Historical Society plans several trips to nearby points of interest and the public is invited to go along. Sunday, June 22, a tour to Nebraska City, Neb., has been arranged by Mr and Mrs Arnold Christensen, members of the Society. Bus transportation at $4.50 per person is provided and they will depart from the bus depot at 9 AM, Those wishing to take coffee and snacks along may do so. Arriving at their destination shortly before noon, the group will go to a nice restaurant where each one may order their own meal, Browsing in and around Arbor Lodge will take up part of the afternoon. Both nature lovers and interior design fans will have a heydey at this luxurious estate formerly owned by the founder of Arbor Day. Later, they will tour John Brown's Cave and have time for refreshments before the return trip. Each person will pay their own meals and entrance fees. Reservations for the bus may be made with the Christensens by phone (744-3395). It is understood that these will be definite. If a reservation is made and the person finds they cannot go at the last minute, they may .get someone to take their place in order to use it. --by Mrs Galliard Heflin AREA COLLEGE NEWS FESER GRADUATES AT CREIGHTON U. OMAHA -- Allen J. Feser of Portsmouth received a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Creighton University at commencement exercises Monday, June 2. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Feser of Portsmouth. reset ma|ored in aceoanting. by HELEN VAN ASSELT ... Irwin correspondent +IRWIN -- Stephen and Wanda Olson, (brother and sister) of Irwin have received indentical Special Award Scholarships for 1969-70 school year at Northwest Missouri State College at Maryvflle, Mo. These are based on Merit and accomplishments of the student. Wanda has been a member of the National Honor Society for three yearS, recipient of the Citizenship Award by the Iowa Bar Association, and salutatorian of the Irwin high school graduation class of 1969. Stephen was graduated from the Iowa Western Community College, Clarinda, being awarded the degree Associate of Arts, May 29. He was given a permanent Membership certificate in the Honor Society being presented a gold pin in the shape of Iowa with IACCYTI engraved upon it. Also at graduation he received a certificate certifying that he has been selected to appear in the 1968-69 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges. In addition he was graduated with highest honor (one of five) out of a class of 142. Both Wanda and Stephen have enrolled at Northwest Missouri State College for the coming school year. They are the children of Mr and Mrs Bert Olson, Irwin. With our Servicemen WEILAND IN ALASKA ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Sergeant Daniel L. Wetland, son of Mr and Mrs John H. Wetland of R.R. 1, Earling, is a member of a unit that has earned the U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. Sergeant Wetland, a materiel specialist in the 21st Composite Wing at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, will wear a distinctive service ribbon to mark his affiliation with the unit. His unit was cited for its outstanding record in areas of combat readiness, training and support of the Southeast Asia effort. This is the third con- secutive award the wing has won since its formation in July 1966. Daniel is a graduate of St. Joseph High School, Earling. He attended C. E. School of Com- merce, Omaha, Neb., and Humboldt Institute, Minneapolis, Minn. His wife, Linda, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Koesters of R.R. 1, Earling. II HARLAN MUNICIPAL SWIMMING POOL 70 WATER TEMPERAT, URE III I I Ill II II I Pool averages 350 kids a day The Harlan Municipal swimming pool has been open one week and the weather couldn't have been nicer. As the tem- peratures climb into the 80's and 90's, the kids come out of the woodwork to enjoy the cool pool waters. Pool officials report that the water temperature is right at 70 degrees and attendence has been averaging 350 persons per day. The first session of Red Cross Swimming Lessions will begin this week with the following schedule. JUNE 9-20- (all towns) 9:00-11:0O Jr and Sr Life Saving; and 10:00-11:00 Advanced Swimming. FOUR RECRUITERS RAISE FLAGS FRIDAY Four armed services recruiters attended the races. Friday evening to raise the United States and Iowa flags at the Shelby County Speedway. They were Petty Officer Ehrsam, Navy; Sgt. Rogers, Army; Sgt. Stout, Air Force; and Sgt. Gardner, Marines. AREA COLLEGE NEWS GRADUATES FROM IWCC TENNANT, -- Debbie McGee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Owen McGee, graduated from Iowa Western Community College May 23. She received her diploma in the Clerical- Receptionist Program. She graduated from the Harlan High School in 1967. ALLEN GRADUATES SIOUX CITY -- Bruce Robert Allen, son of Mrs Evelyn Allen, 2104 Morse Avenue, Harlan, graduated from Mor- mngside College in Sioux City at the coqclusion of the academic year. Bruce received a B.S. degree with a major in Business Administration" Commencement exercises for some 230 graduates were held May 25th. -- PHONE YOUR NEWS TO 755-'111 -- NEWS-ADVERTI00 1870 - 99 Ye - 1969 Published every Monday morning at 11|4 Seventh St, Harlan, Iowa; second class postage paid at Harlan, iowa LEO &&ORES, Editor Publisher BILL SNIFFIN, News Editor JERRY DAVIS, Assistant Publisher Member Iowa Press AsSociation and National Editorial AsSociation The Mon. Morningw Phone Second REV. E.C. BIttER ELECTED SECRETARY Rev. E.C. Biller was elected secretary to the board of directors of West Central Iowa Workshop, at a board meeting in Denison, Monday, June 2. Other officers and directors were also elected. Plans for a door to door fund drive in the seven county area, for the month June was com- pleted. Mrs Robert Ross is the Shelby County fund chairman. Tours of the workshop in Denison are welcomed, but will be closed the month of August. Further information may be obtained from Shelby County directors Rev. Biller, Peder Andersen or Mrs W. A. Pattison. JUSTICE COURT CASES A. H. Savereide, J. P. County cases - Richard W. Hansen, Audubon, speeding, $30 (automatic 70-day license ,suspension); Neal L. Tenhulsen, Cedar Rapids, improper passing, $10; Jan Redick, Council Bluffs, no fishing license, $10; Ralph J. Kramer, Portsmouth, no fishing license, $10; Eugene Shoeman, Portsmouth, no fishing license, $10; and Dennis R. Osborn, Avoca, no fishing license, $10. J. Bruce Potter, J. P. County cases - Sam Nisi, Omaha, im- proper passing, $10; Terry Sander, Elk Horn, speeding, $12; Melvin Schumacher, Shelby, improper registration, $14; City cases -Ralene Reynolds, Harlan, failure to yield, $3; Daniel Bicker, Harlan, failure to yield, $,3; and Frank Sisson, Denison, speeding, $10. LICENSE TO WED Wayne Justice, legal age, Manilla and Arlene L. Irlbeck, legal age, Earling; .Ben T,:Post, 20, Blooming. Prairie, .Minn anti- Linda Lou letergen', ' 20(tta'iian; Roger K. Kirk, 22, Harlan and Peggy A. AnaStasi, 17, Harlan. Larry L. Andersen, 19, Harlan and Beverly Sandquist, 18, Harlan. DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS PLEA OF GUILTY -- State vs Deanna Olson, Elk Horn, breaking and entering. The defendant entered a plea of guilty in June 2 district court before Judge Folsom Everest. Judge Everest ordered a pre-sentence investigation before passing sentence June 9, l0 a.m. The defendant was found guilty in breaking into the Elk Horn Electric Shop. NEW VEHICLES REGISTERED Ted. L. Dittmer, Manilla, Bridgestone motorcycle Melvin P. Gross, Ear{trig, Ford truck George L. Adams, Harlan, Chevrolet Chris T. Christensen, Harlan, Buick Mundorf Construction Co., Shelby, Ford truck Richard W. Pauley, Harlan, Mercury Twyla M. Grabill, Harlan, Ford Guy Jones, Harlan, Ambassador E. M. Christensen Auto Co., Harlan, Chevrolet truck Ray L. Ferry, Irwin, Ford Everett H. Carroll, Avoca, Pontiac Wanda J. Wiges, Elk HOrn, Suzuki motorcycle COMING EVENTS AT VETS AUDITORIUM June 14 - Explorer teen dance (Shadows of Knight). BODY OF SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT FOUND IN WOODS CUMBERLAND -- The body of a school superintendent who had been missing for nearly two weeks was found Thursday night in a wooded area some two miles southeast of here. Cass County Sheriff Ben Magill said the victim, John Montgomery, 62, of Ida Grove, had hanged himself. Montgomery's body was discovered by Craig Becker, 18, who was working in a nearby farm field. Montgomery had been missing since he left his home May 26 to attend a school board meeting at Ida Grove. I-It's car was found earlier Thursday parked near PulLman Hotel in Atlantic, about 15 miles northwest of the spot where the body was located. Authorities said they found Montgomery's car keys, credit cards and keys to the Ida Grove schools in the unlocked vehicle. I I Report for June Visiting hours are p.m. and 7 to 8:30 names marked admitted and the report period. +Ruby Jensen, Mary Carey, Mrs Harry Bunker, +Brenda and of Mrs Liss ballton. Marie Nielsen, Elkl Margaret Foote, Wendell Larsen, +Bryan, son of Lee Shelby. Raymond Thielen Myrtle Gardner, Alan, son of Leo Mrs Arthur Ferry, +Danette, danghte r Mickels, Portsmouth,! +Mrs Dean Lee McMurray, Henry Petersen, Gall and Gene, Wilwerding, Panama, Michael, son of Harlan. Arlo Petersen Elk Paul, son of Extra. Mrs Lawrence John Coenen, Mrs Ted Anastasi, DI! Mary Engelman, Carl Anastasi, Malinda Johnson, Lawrence Olsen, Sandra, daughter Sievers, Avoca.  : Scott, son of Niel Panama. Mary. Ann, Gary, Dale, children of Defiance. Mrs Niel Kenkel Harlan. Mrs Edwin Buman, Mrs Craig Petersen, Mrs Milo Neve, Est Kadell Mrs David Hazel Erickson, Mrs Gene Alvin. Bertha Madsen, John Lange, Elk Charles Johnson, Lavonne Portsmouth. .... Leonard Brown, BIRTHS Girl, to Mr Knudsen, Harlan, Boy, to Mr Nelson, Harlan, Boy to Mr Blums, Harlan, Boy, to Mr Heese, Earling, June Services in Panama Cecilia En PANAMA -- vices were held at church here Saturda Cecilia Engel, Calif. who died hospital there. church cemetery. She is survived by Albert, Panama and Casper Oppold, eeeoee Deed Kelley, Gerald E. Kelley, Darrell L. T., W.D. 5-29-69 Lot Original Town of Jacobsen, Robert I to Howell, C.O., W.: 11 & pt. Lot Harlan, Stamps Burger, Leon Burger, Helen J., W.] Lots 14 & 15, Blk. Shelby. Mrs EIIlnar HOU ALl JUNE Paul