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I 100 Years Ago Another new turkey building is be- L.D. Reynolds is fitting up one of ing constructed at the Seven Lovseth the old wooden structures on the east farm near Randall. Mr. Lovseth has side of Commercial St., Mankato. It is 8,000 turkeys ordered this year. to be used as a millinery and dressmak- Cheryl Wilson was chosen Jeweli ing establishment. FFA Chapter sweetheart at the FFA Johnson and III, Esbon, are putting Barn Warmer. Other candidates were on the finishing touches to the bank. LindaHutchcraft,JaneSimmelinkand The State Bank of Esbon is scheduled Patsy Dalrymple. A square dance was to open its doors of the new building, held and everyone dressed in western W.r:. Xeyes defied the Mankato clothing. City ordinance last Saturday by selling 20 Years Ago at auction without a license, a team of Ernest Gramstad, general manager mules. The city marshal spoke to Wili of the Mid-West Lumber Co., pur- about it and Will paid him $1. We chased a lumberyard in Osborne and don't see how he came out ahead as he resigned his manager position. The received f ~r selling the team $1. Gramstad's have been living in Man- The businessofthe Gilbert-Modlin kate. Mercantile Co., Burr Oak, was placed Perry Lamb Post No. 368, Esbon, in the hands ofE.A. Convis as re- honored Frank Mechsner with a 63- ceiver, year legion award. He is the only P.F. Root is the enterprising young surviving charter member. editor of the Esbon Times. Dreiling's Store, Mankato, held an Jones 13eeler and a youth from the appreciation sale to recognize Eliza- county had some differences on the beth Reece for 17 years of service and settlement ofaccountsonthe streets of to welcome Mary Saint as the new Otego and tile youth pulled a gun on manager. Jones but failed to use it. Well-known Mankato business- 80 Years Ago man, Kenneth Ball, died. Farmers south of Formosa are put- Ute Theater showed "Smokey and ling up their supply of coolness lbr The Bandit II." next summer. They use a circle saw, Mike Rafferty retired after 30 years propelled by a gasoline engine on a of service with the Mankato Post Of- sled, to cut the ice. rice. Mr. Dudley of Lebanon unloaded 10 Years Ago his goods at Formosa and had them Gone Barrett, who was re-elected hauledontoLovewell.havmgrecently Commission of District 1, took the purchased a farm just cast of that town. oath of office Jan. 14. J.O. Ellsworth was chosen as the Dean's Commodities Trading Post chairman of the Jewell County Cam- held an open house in their new lace- missioners, tion at i 18 W. Jefferson, Mankato. The Jcwel l M.E. Church people will Douglas Thronson, Mankato, had a soon commence excavating for their kidney transplant Jan. 8 at St. Francis new church buikling. Hospital in Wichita. He was put on the The Formosa basketball boys won kidney donor list Jan. 4. the game at Lovcwcll Friday night by LesaPeroutek started at the Record a score 19to 18. The next game will be office this week as a part time era- at Kirwin. ployee. The Rock Island p ssenger train A 50th Wedding Anniversary open No. 25. west bound, had an accident house is planned for Esther and Harley about two miles wesl of Mankato. One Zimmer, Jan. 27, at Randall Commu- of the pipes in the boiler burst, forcing nity Church. steam back rote the cab. The engineer Marilyn Coil received her Family jumped to the ground, dislocating both Nurse Practitioner Certificate from shoulders. University of North Dakota School of The contract for janiturship of the Medicine. courthouse was let to B.A. Chilcott for Joyce R. Spiegel has been appointed $70 a month, postmaster at Burr Oak. 60 Years Ago George Wilson is recuperating fol- Northbranch AcademyJuniorClass lowing two emergency eye surgeries presents "Forever True", Jan. 24, 7:45 at Hastings. p.m. Admissiun is 10 cents anad family One Year Ago 60 cents. A wood cuuing bee was USDi04isconsideringall-daykin- recently held at the academy,dergarten for next year. Ernest Aruold of Denver has re- ThecontractforSupt.Wm.Leggett, turned to Burr Oak and has taken over USD 278, has been extended for one Rural Route 3. l'ormcrly carried by year. (_;has. Bouton. Work is underway replacing the Invitations have been received by 88-year-old water lines in Jewell. Marie Wilsman and Mrs. ()H. Wilson 95thbirthday openhouse forRusseii to attend the 37th annual meeting of Oplinger is planned for Jan. 23. the Kansas Authors Club. It will be held in Topeka. i I i The Men's Brotherhood will have * , charge of the morning service at theOdessa-Dentonla U.B. Church of Esbon. By Ruth L. Obert The children in School District 80 ...... are all having a round of whooping Kevin and Heidi Standley had din- cough, ner with Dorintha Standley. County cngineerF.A. Rody recently Mr. and Mrs. Milton Detwiler vis- resigned his position at the request of ited with Maude Keller. the commissioners, for spending in the Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kattenberg and neighborhood of $5,000 too much JoyceRitterwenttoSalinawhereJoyce money in the operatiun of his depart- had a doctor's appointment. mont. Lucile Clark visited Maude Keller, 40 Years Ago Boyd Ritter and Audrey Young. Mr. and Mu's. Ben Fcddc will hold a Edna Kattenberg worked at the 50th wedding anniversary Ol-,cn house Thrift Shop at Mankato Monday. at their country home. Joyce Kattenberg seems to be do- A eighteen-year-old youth was ar- ing as well as she can since returning to rested for an armed robbery where Colorado. $198 was taken from the ()wen Texaco Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur abort went to Station, Mankato. A sixteen gauge Kearney and Dixie Larson took them shot-gun was pulled on the station at- to Grand Island to the Veterans Clinic. fondant, I.yle Cady, and money was They returned home Monday. demanded. The youth was arrested an Joyce Ritter is helping her mother, hour after the robbery in Bclleville. Maude Keller, since she came home The Jcwell Christian Church is in from the hospital. the process of having many improve- There have been sunny days lately ments made. New uak floors have with much warmer temperatures. been laid in the sanctuary and adjoin- ing room. There is also plastering, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bryan visited papering and painting being done. The Ernie Kattenbergs. They had camped men are doing the work and the ladies with the Kattenbergs and Milton serve the lunch. Underwoods several summers in Cole- Four screen concept grinders Two Knife concept grinders We also pump septic tanks Phone 785-373-5685 Tipton, Ken. 67485 m'r for Children 3-5 BARN PHONE 785-378-3283 Now acceptin applications. Child care in a fun, Iovir . and safe learnitm erlvirotm rg. Children should be thr September 2000 to enroll. Please call (T 85) 3"18-3344 redo. Arleta Underwood visited the Kattenbergs. The group went out for dinner and returned to Ernie and Ednas for the afternoon and visiting. They had lunch and the Bryans left to go to the Stock Show in Denver. Seth Peterson stayed with Ernie Kattenbergs while his parents went to Wichita. They visited with Larry, Jenna and Janell. Shawn Hubbard and Aaron Peterson were dinner guests of the Ernie Kattenbergs. Odessa Homemakers met at the Esbon Care. The Nonamaker brothers and sis- ters were at Nell and Rhonda Manchesters for a get-together. Rufus and Evelyn Manchester spent Friday and Saturday at the Downs Nursing home. Joyce Ritter visited Maude Keller. Joyce goes to Saline Tuesday and will have knee surgery Wednesday. Rick Davis, who lives in Odessa township with his family, died Friday on his way to Phillipsburg. He had driven offthe road and was found dead in his pickup with the motor still run- ning. Survivors include his wife and tWO sons. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur abort went to Grand Island to the Veterans Clinic Monday. DixieLarson, Kearney, went with them. Rosanna Foster visited Maude Keller and Rufus and Evelyn Manches- ter. Joyce Ritter visited Maude Keller. Audrey Young and Lucile Clar& visited Mike Young at Downs. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Ritter called on Maude Keller. Services for Rick Davis were at North Oak Cemetery Tuesday. Mankato Kevin, Kathy, Hannah and Rachel Jonson will be here the last of January to attend the 90th birthday open house for Esther Jensen. Republic By Mrs. Alvin Petersen I I the absence of Pastor and Joyce Beam. Call to worship was led by Dana Johnson. Carols were led by Richard Barrett. Special music (The Greatest Gift) by Cathy Chase and Anita Cline. After the service, a noon meal of meats ' furnished by the Harrell Roe family and other goodies was served. The Christmas decorations were taken down and stored. The Republic United Methodist Women met for their "call to worship and self denial" lesson given by Vir- ginia Petersen assisted by other mem- bers. Roll call was "Something Per- taining to Prayer." Mission highlights was given by Anita Cline. Marge Seybold was hostess. Dinner guests of Dale and Marjorie Stafford were June Anderson and Rex and Mac Sandell. Kent and Brad Swartz were guests of Ila Swartz. Bob and Mariah Sjolander and fam- ily, Oklahoma, were visiting Bob and Vera Burge. Kent and Cathy Chase and A! and Jeanette Albers, Ramson, were over- night guests of Co~y and Wendy Pettit, Leonardville. Mrs. Dana Johnson and Mrs. Seth Dixon visited Mrs. Tracy Dilling, Salina. Drew and Darci Morley were over- night guests of Kent and Cathy Chase. I Panorama By Fawna Barrett III Breathtaking beauty was seen early one morning. Splashes of red-yellow could be seen in all directions across the sky-dome. In the south was a huge reddish plume as if coming from a fire filling an expanse between elongated clouds of dark gray-blue. More splotches of riimy red-yellow could be seen in the west and in the north. Looking east through stark fingers of tree limbs, the reds and blues inter- mingled with the red increasing in den- sity announcing the rising of the sun. Winter stillness prevailed. Nodrum beats. No strident sounds of brass. Beauty grew without accompaniment. Quiet, soul-renewing moments for those seizing that moment. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson ac- companied James and Elaine Spafford to Dallas where they met Chad and Randall Leon Hobson and all attended the Cot- ton Bowl Game. They also took in By Fawna Barrett other games while there. Chick Gunn; Pat and JessicaBarnett Gina and Jeff Chambers, Brittany met Mr. and Mrs. Ray Farmer, Saline, and Jeremy, Kansas City, visited her in Concordia for lunch, grandmother, Theima Given. Coffee Virginia Petersen visited Dean and guests were VondaJohnson, Mary Ann Viola McGowan, Superior. They were Kibbe and Kara, Fawna Barrett, Celia joined by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nuzum, McMillan and Bill EIniff. Osborne, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mills, College students returned to their Wyoming, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey respective schools for the second se- Petersen. mester of classes. Calvin and Oleta Hobson called on Mike, Jill, Chris and Caleb Ramsey Marjorie Smith and Clare and visitedtheChadRamseyfamily, Kechi, Geraldine Osborne. to celebrate Chad's birthday. Glenn andHelen Aurand called on Celia McMillan and Bill Elniffvis- Bill Stoics Sunday afternoon and were ited their brother, Jim Koster, in Downs. Sunday evening guests of Lawrence Maxine Anderson was dismissed and Estaline Bouray. from the Mitchell County Hospital Ray and Donna Clark were guests Sunday. Monday, she had an appoint- of Vic and Glenna Brown. ment with a heart specialist in Salina. Margaret Farlee hosted SewingJim and Sharman Callanan came and Club. Next meeting is with Virginia will go to Salina with the Andersons. Petersen., Ruth Rhodes had supper with them. Republic United Methodist Church Nevada and Cliff Vetter attended had a service ofScripturc and Carols in the 90th birthday open house for Fritz I -Full time office employment -Immediate opening -Please apply in person Contact Arthur L. Thompson, Manager Randall Farmers Co-op Union Randall, Kan. Phone: 785-739-2312 I This week's report from the Hankato Livmtock Commission 0., Inc. Soiling 1,289 head. Here are some sales / Steers Heifers 22 mixed at 428 118.00 21 mixed at 394 105.00 19 mixed at 502 104.50 16 mixed at 429 109.00 20 mixed at 520 105.50 26 mixed at 484 " 106.00 22 Char mixed at 554 102.25 23 blk at 527 94.85 33 bwf at 555 109.75 17 blk at 538 94.30 14 blk bwf at 619 99.00 38 blk at 584 93.00 19 mixed 654 89.50 16 mixed at 605 86.00 26 mixed at 659 87.25 16 blk at 608 85.00 32 mixed at 684 88.00 20 blk at 631, 87.50 37 mixed at 706 88.50 26 mixed at 638 85.60 10 blk at 727 88.25 17 mixed at 646 85.25 28 blk at 715 85.25 16 mixed at 659 85.50 29 Char mixed at 735 87.50 13 Gelbvieh at 661 84.00 69 mixed at 783 86.50 27 mixed at 718 no guar 80.00 32 mixed at 804 84.00 19 mixed at 738 83.25 38 mixed at 833 84.70 21 mixed at 743 83.90 33 blk at 848 86.00 20 mixed at 753 82.75 27 mixed at 929 84.25 48 mixed at 769 85.25 Special bred cow end replecement heifer auction on Fridey, Jan. 19, st 11 e.m. Eady consignments are: 10 first calf heifers blk bwf, bred blk; 25 blk bwf first calf heifers, bred blk; Four four-year-old bwf cows bred blk; .10 Gelbvieh cows; Three Gelbvieh heifers; 25 blk heifers bred blk, Art. Ins. 60 day calv per; Eight cross bred cows and calves; Nine crossbred cows, 7-8 year old bred blk; 16 cows two years and up bred Red Angus, mid Feb; 22 crossbred first calf heifers bred blk; 30 cross- bred cows bred blk, Mar 1; 25 blk 5-7 year old cows, Mar 1; 16 cross- bred cows bred blk Feb 1; 30 blk bwf heifers 60 day calvunig period, anytime; Eight reg Charolais heifers 700 Ibs. ocv; 20 bwf heifers, 650 Ibs. OCV rep. type; 141 blk bwf steers and heifers, 600-800 Ibs., heifers, OCV; 60 mostly blk steere and heifers, 550-700 Ibs. Andy Montgomery, owner, 402-879-3004, Mobile 785-545.8366 Scot Montgomery, Manager, 785-378-3798, Mobile 785-545-7383 Jon Ruse@l, Fteldman, 785-823-0573, Mobile 785-545-6105 Bill Logan, Fieldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, Fi@dman, 785-428-3533, Mobile 785.545-8612 Troy Hofts, Fieldman, 402-879-4992 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277 II Gwinn, Beloit. Thursday, January 18, 2001 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 12 Cliff and Nevada Vetter visited her i amazed to see Maude tell her dog a sister, Noreene Muir, and attended the Pratt Community College basketball r)isnal-ch cat it was bedtime and watch the, game with Brown Mackie. Almost 20 "~ - Jr " -'- guide the blind dog to their beds. people from Jewell and Randall were By. Edna Verhage Elizabeth Rankin was taken cheering for the JHS grads, Peggy Pe- ' ambulance to the hospital last ters and Amber Bartsch. Greeters Sunday were Roy, Stacy, She suffered a slight stroke. She li~ Alta Mac and Jesse Barnason, Red Trevor and Miranda DeBey. in Cimmaron and attends the Unil Cloud, met Junior and Phyllis Wilson Passage Sunday morning was Mat- Methodist Church where the at the pancake feed in Jewell Sunday. thew 22:34-40. Theme was "Always Frank and Pam DeFisher are. Eli; PaulBIochlinger, Concordia, hada Number One." Passage Sunday beth and her husband, Cecil, lived heart attack last week and is hospital- evening was John 2. Theme was Ionia in the early 70s. Cecil wast ized in Wichita where he will have "Power Signs." minister at Ionia and Odessa. open heart surgery Wednesday. His George Eakin had the children's wife, Delores, is with him. Delores is message Sunday morning. the daughter of Vesta Conn. Ken, Mark and Sarah Nyhoff, Jewell ' Bob and Betty St. John called on Littleton, Colo., visited Mr. and Mrs. Dennis and Nancy Layton in Cancer- Merle Nyhoff. By Roberta Holdren d ia. Mr. and Mrs. Rich VanDange, Sioux TheresaBaxavisitedVirginiaBaxa Center, Iowa, visited relatives around Mary Lou Shelton donated thel and family while Dan was out oftown. Downs. est item to the Palmer Museut The funeral forFannie Boxum was table cloth given to the late Wes! Jewell County Saturday at Dispatch. and Edith Green on their HappybirthdaytoLoraRozeboom, 1913. Edith gave it to Mary amb ane news Jan. 20. mother, the late Eva Mahin, in tember 1970. Jan. 10: Loretta Wagner, Senior ititl Nutrition Center, Mankato, to Jewell Jean Jasobitz and Jeanie Bert County Hospital. Ionia ited at the Pare and Gone Bergr home and went to Horton Sun Jan. 11: Opal Whelchel, Jewell By Roseanna Foster with the Williams Your Way Tra County Hospital to Wesley Medical Center, Wichita. ' Ryan Mayhew and Christie Hu Jan. ! 2: Carrie Rothchild, residence, There will not be a Limestone Val- married at the Trinity United Meth rural Mankato to Republic County ley Women's meeting this month, ist Church Saturday afternoon. Hospital. Karen Boden's father had surgery Approximately 300 attended I Jan. 15: Denis Cooper, Republic for lung cancer, after which he devel- Legion pancake and sausage feed County Hospitalto St. Francis Hospi- aped blood clots. He is doing much the community center. tal, Topeka. better and Leon was able to talk to him Senior Citizens will met feral on the phone, luck dinnerFriday. January birthd i Wendell and Karen Meyer helped will be celebrated. Burr Oak No school was held Monday as was an inservice day for the teach By Anna Belle Grubbs Betty and Calvin James left Tu* " day for Washington, D. C., where thl Callers on Lucille Platt were Opal Davenport, Mankato; Berniece Zuberbhuler, Guide Rock; Evelyn Oberhelda, Red Cloud; Vic and Veda Reiss, Wilcox, Neb.; Madeline McMains and Anna Belle Grubbs. In the absence of Pastor Laura Fricker, Rodney Damrow, a lay speaker from Stockton, had the Sunday morn- ing service at the Untied Methodist Church. His wife and two daughters accompanied him. Jerry and Jim Harding, Manhattan, were weekend guests of Don and Mary Modlin. The Modlins just returned from a bus tour to California. One of the highlights was attending the Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena on New Year's Day. Joyce Olena, Geneva, Neb., and Madeline McMains called on Ethel Siefert. Wanda Howard, Alma Garman and Madeline McMains called on Marie Johnson. Jim Keck is a patient at the Smith Center Hospital. Why doth one man's yawning make another yawn? with the American Legion pancake feed at Jewell Sunday. They took Opal Loomis and Pauline Simmelink with them for the dinner. Coke and Wanetta Wright visited Steve and Annete Roth and girls at Milford, Nob. Adam Rose broke his arm and is residing at Woodland Heights in Beloit while recuperming. Martha Dietz would appreciate vis- its and hearing from people at the Mankato LTC. Rosanna Foster visited Rufus, Evelyn, Nell, Ronda, Carie, andTazmin Manchester. Tazmin entertained by acting out different animals. Rosanna Foster visited Maude Keller and Joyce Ritter. She was will attend the inaugurat n of PrO dent George W. Bush. The Shelton brothers and sist celebrated a belated Christmas SatU day evening in Concordia. The library is having the third nual soup dinner Sunday at the Jew Community Building. See the elsewhere in the paper. Quanita Williams and Carl Then1 son announce the birth of a daught Zoe Joyce, Jan. 12, at Wichita. father is Bub Williams and Monty and Charles and Rebel Holdren are great-grandparents. THREE BEDROOM HOME at 305 South Commercial Excellent condition, oak kitchen cabinets, new new a attached one car garage. On corner lot, east front, has storage building. Rethorst Real and Ag Services. P.O. Box 312 Smith Center, Kan. 66967 785-282-6382 Fax 785-282-6390 back QUARTERLY REPORT OF CITY TREASURER, BURR OAK, For the period from October' 1, 2000 to January 1, 2001 Old Receipts Disbursements Funds Balance General 17,356.67 5,416.42 4,504.30 Bond and Interest Sinking Gas Tax & Special Highway Park Water Water Hydrant Street Lights Fire Department Library Special Assessment Band ;Sewer Bindweed !Street Improvement Bond and Interest Landfill Employee Benefits ill i Total 17,601.15 2,305.11 0 31,059.41 11,664.65 171.84 56.97 11,983.37 3,420.15 860.00 3,879.28 82,911.72 2r850.50 510.11 26,223.91 6,608.81 48.32 2,185.35 New Balance 18,268.79 19,906.26 36,115.25 180.49 ! 13,218.17 2,819.00 891.50 2,786.15 18,95i.93 1,603.24 90,183.70 Cheryl Hillman. City Treasurer Board Certified Health Care Providers Available Daily Dr. Farhat Mehmood, M.D. Leon Hughes, P.A.- C. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Long Term Care, Day Care, Respite Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Holter Monitoring, Stress ,Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Osteoporosls Screening, Sleep Studies, Echocardlograms, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardla Rehabilitation, Speech and OccuPational Therapy Specialty Providers Farhat Mehmood, M,D .......................... Internal Medicine and Family Practlce Ahmed Kutty, M.D ................................................................................. Cardiology Gary Chlngren, M.D ............................................................................ Orthopedics David Ray, M.D ........................................ .................................................... Urology Judith Butler, M.D ............................................................................ FamiFy Practice Leon Hughes, P.A. - C .................................................................... Family Practice Marilyn Dunston, A.R.N.P ............................................. ;. ................ Family Practice Jewell County Rural Health Clinic Jewell Medical Clinic 102.South Center, Mankato 107 So. Lincoln, Suite 111 785-378-3511 Jewell - 785-428-7919 Jewell County Hospital 100 CrestVue, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3137 66956