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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, February 27, 2003 Express and Record Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come in to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad !SDAY, MARCH 11, 10:30 a.m., farm equipment, shop and Tony and Caren miles south and 1 1/2 mile of Nelson on Highway 136. Estate and Auction in 14-8-3p MARCH 12, 11 a.m., uipment and miscella- Don Poppe, three miles five miles south and 1/2 mile or four miles west, five south and 1/2 mile west of Mikkelsen Real Estate and in charge. 14-4-7p consignment auc- March 18, 9:30 a.m. very large auction. Con- y Saturday, Feb. advertised. Contact auction- or auction manager, Roy Mont- ry at 402-746-3823 or 402-257- or e-mail information to ontgomeryauction.com or at 402-879-3004 14-2-11c IDAY, MARCH 22, 10 a.m., five north, 3/4 west of Cud, Neb., retirement auction. ~ng JD2030, JD630, 1987 bickup, 1987 Cadillac car, of farm and livestock shop tools, collectibles more for Mr. and Mrs. Jess Montgomery Auction and charge. 14-3-10c APRIL 5, 10:30 a.m.. ~erior will sell surplus and s at Utility shop in sen Real Estate and 14-8-7p DAy, APRIL 12, 10:30 a.m, )use, household goods and Idaho for Doris Davison Mikkelsen Real Estate and charge. 14-8-8p ~S n Street, Mankat'o, )ment. 785- or 785-378-3162. 15-9-4c TIRES Americas No. 1 rated Franchised op- your area. Mini- .$100,000 liquid. ~gotires.com 15-9-3p IT problems in the past? ? We can help. Ap- ;bt con- 866-380-7336. We' your past but we can tour future. Give us a call your options. 15-9-4c "redit? new home without the big If you're motivated i,000 plus income call Ameri- me Partners at 800-830- or visit our web site at .com. NEED ED!!! Conn.ecticut needs outgoing nanny for two a week plus benefits Spain travel, one t. Visit us on the web ~fnebraska.com or of Nebraska, 402-379- 2444. desired at Dick's RCA TV and dealer. Buy locally and save prices and quick ser- Dick's TV, Mankato. 13-51-tlc SOMETHING YOU'VE always wanted to do! Joseph's College of Beauty. $2,000 scholarships or fi- nancial aid for those who qualify. Classes start monthly. For free bro- chure call Joseph's, 800-742-7827.. HOME BASED business. Put your computer to work. Earn up to $1,500 per month part-time. $5,000 per month full-time. Free information booklet. Call 866-437-0313 or visit www.learn2earnfromhome.net. MISSOURI WELDING Institute, Inc. Nevada, Me. Certified pipe and struc- tural Welder. Earn top pay in 18 weeks. Many companies seek our graduates. 800-667-5885. FREE 2-ROOM DirecTV system in- cluding installation! Three months free HBO and Cinemax-$66 value. Access 225 plus channels! Digital quality picture and sound. Packages $31.99 a month. Limited offer. 800- 217-4578. $1,000 WEEKLY possible mailing brochures from home! No experi- ence necessary! Free Information! Call 800-749-5782-24 hours a day! 16-Misc. For Sale NO MONEY down, no interest and no payments for six months WAC. Call Culligan of Red Cloud for softeners and drinking water systems. 800-544- 9092. For limited time only. 16-7-3c ATTENTION CATTLEMEN: stock salt for sale, 50 pound bags. 402-879- 3770. 16-49-tfc SALT DELIVERY: All brands of soft- eners. Culligan, 800-544-9092. 16-2-tfc BLANK GIFT certificates, useful for any business, now available at The Superior Express. 16-40-tfp PRE-SPACED vinyl letters mske sign making a snap. Have yours cus- tom made by Superior Publishing Co., phone 402-879-3291. We also make signs and letter trucks. 16-12-tfp OFFICE SUPPLIES in stock or wil~ special order. Superior Publishing Company. 16-20-tfp MUST SELL!H Steel buildings: 30X48 40X48, 40X60, 50X80, 60X96, 60X120, 80X128, 100X105, 100X208 and more. Ideal for all uses, huge discounts. Winter and spring delivery 800-866-2784. STEEL BUILDING blowout specialt!! Check out our quality buildings at pdces that Can't be beat! 800-973- 3366 or www.premiersteel.org. STEEL ROOFING/and building ma- terials. Galvanized steel starting at $32 square, painted at $42. Call for catalog. Western Metal. Kansas: Hays ,800-770-2725, Louisburg 800- 489-4100. Statewide delivery avail- able. Selective - Siding and Roofing VINYL AND STEEL SIDING All Major Brands Soffit Fascia Replacement Windows Doors Shutters Roofing FREE ESTIMATES - INSURED Professional Installation - Residential Commercial New Construction Toll Free 888-260-1400 Denny and Judy Mohler POOLS! POOLS! $859!!!! Distnbu- tot overstocked with huge, 31X19 foot pools! Complete with sundeck, fence, filter. Installation arranged. 100 percent financing! (WAC) Home own- ers, Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 800-852-7946, limited area. HOME-PLUS: Establish your own mini-nursing home. Custom de- signed accessible five bedroom Wardcraft home. Former hospital administrator will provide design as- sistance. 800-383-9090. 21-Feed and Seed BIG ROUND bales of prairie hay and alfalfa for sale. Call 402-879-4881. 21-5-ffc ALFALFA SEED for sale. Lyle Schroer. 402-756-7020. 21-8-13c 22-Vehicles 1997 DODGE RAM 1500 Sport, ex- tended cab, magnum V8, AT, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, CD and cassette, 92,000 miles, asking $9,450 OBO. Call Norma at 402-879-4757 or 1- 888-288-6924. 22-8-2c HOSKINS AUTO SALES DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT Highway 6, Hastings Ave. Hastings, Neb. Phone 402-463-1466 SOCIAL SECURITY disabilityclaimsl Saunders and Saunders, Attorneys at Law. No recovery-no fee! 800- 259-8548. 36-Thank You WE WOULD like to thank everyone for the food, floral tributes, phone calls, memonals and prayers we re- ceived after Libbie S. Crangle's death. Your expressions of kindness will al- ways be remembered and deeply appreciated. Linda Crangle, Robert and Jeanne Crangle, Robert J. and Elizabeth (Libby) Crangle (and daugh- ter, Grace), Scott Crangle, Elenor and Lowell Buffington (and son, Gage), Bill Crangle, Kimball and Hayden Crangle-Krizman, Susan Crangle, Sara Crangle, Paul Crahgle and Hally Crangle. 36-9-1 p A HEARTFELT THANK you to every- one who remembered us in any way on our 50th wedding anniversary. It was a great day. Cap and Mary Lou Renz. 36-9-1c I WOULD like to thank my family, relatives and friends for the many cards ! received on my 95th birthday and a special thanks to all attending the open house celebrating my birth- day. It was greatly appreciated. Frank Korbelik. 36-9-1c OUR SINCERE thanks to all who remembe.red us with prayers, cards and memonals atthe time of the death of our brother Art Rempe. Leonard and Lorraine Rempe, Ed and Joan Rempe, Elmer and Maxine Rempe. "36-9-1p OUR SINCERE thanks to pastor Phillips and PMA, Irvin Schleufer for their visits; to Dr. Jerry Seller and the excellent staff at Mary Lanning Hos- pital; to Dr. Tamaya and the wonder- ful people at Radiation therapy. To all . for prayers, cards, calls, visits and the great food brought to our home. Your kindness will never be forgotten. God's blessings to you. Lois and Ronald Lewis. 36-9-1 p Smith Center may Phone 402-743-2255 irrigate golf course 22-1J~l;lf=.p with.waSte water 24-Real Estate The Smith CenterCity.Council has COMPLETELY RESTORED, five bedroom house for sale by owner. Call days 402-469-6223, evenings 402-879-4208. 24-18-tfc 26-Notice ordered an engineering firm to develop plans to use water from the city' s sewer treatment plant to irrigate the commu- nity golf course. The proposed project w~fll involve about four miles of trenching and pipe laying, boring under a rrailroad and highway, pumps, building and perhaps a holding pond next to the golf course. The idea developed during the Rensselaerville Institutue sponsored community change workshop held in January. The workshop was sponsored by former residents Lloyd and Carol Brown. Where.buyers meet sellers..in The Express Classifieds THE NUCKOLLS County Free Im- munization Clinic will be held the first Wednesday at Brodstone Memoi'ial Hospital from 2-4 p.m. Bring immuni- zation records. Chicken pox vaccine now available, phone 402-879-3910 for information. Sponsored by Brodstone Memorial Home Health Care. 26-oamc Give the 'classifieds a try, you'll be pleasantly surprised. Fertility Tested. Bulls Are In Optimal Breeding Condition. " J Backed by a Proven Cow Herd Resulting From 33 Years of AI I And a Commitment to Superior Maternal and Carcass Traits. ] For Profitable Bulls that will Build a Quality Cow Herd J Call Dr. Sam McDowell at (785) 389-1941 or J , Carrin McDowell at (785) 389-1201 jr IS.4TATIS ACREAGE NORTH OF SUPERIOR 3.56 acres home, baths, main floor forced air fumace and air, partia basement n Shed family room. garage and a two car detached garage. Located on hard surface road. NEW LISTINGS CENTRAL: Commercial building with ideal main street location. Fbze bedroom home with open staircase. Two on main floor and three bedrooms upstairs, underground central heat and air, nice patio and two car detached garage. on comer lot. NEW LISTING IN JEWELL COUNTY 400 acres in three tracts, 160 acres with 142 acres in and balance in pasture. 160 acres with 137 acres in and the balance in pasture. 80 acres all farmground. MIKKELSEN ESTATE AND AUCTION Check'out our webs te at mikkelsen-realestate'auctions.com Gale Mikkelsen, Broker, Auctioneer and Appraiser Licensed in Nebraska and Kansas SaleSpersons: Marie Mild(el.sen, Katrtna Hansen, Selma Ferguson and Kansas licensed: Barb Bothwell 356 E. Third, Superior, Net). 68978 E-Mail mr44608@alltel.net. Web Site - mild(elsen-realestate-auctions.com D&y-Evening-Weekend Phone 402.879-4464 , City of Superior~ Park and Cemetery Board is now taking applications for temporary, part-time help to take care of baseball fields and persons to do general park and cemetery work. Applications may be picked up at the city office at 135 West 4th Street in Superior, Neb,, and must be returned by Tuesday, March 11. Equal Opportunity Employer 9,-2( Aluminum and/or Steel MIG Welders Assembly/Production Personnel Now Offering Company Benefits Including: Health, Dental, Life, and Short Term' Disability Insurance Educational Assistance Program Nine Paid Holidays Attractive Vacation Schedule, and a Tax Deferred Savings Ran (401K) Wilh Company Matching For appointment, contact the Reinke Human Resources Department between the hours of 8-5. M-F 402-365-7251 Reinke ManiCuring Corn.irony, Inc. 101 ReinkeRoad Deshler, Nebraska 68340 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Courthouse News Jewell County Accidents Feb. 14 at approximately 6 p.m. Wayne W. Headrick, Superior, driv- ing a 2000 Chrysler, was at milepost 240 on K14 one mile north from US36 when he was unable to avoid hitting the deer that was crossing the road. No injuries. Accident investigated by Baird. Damages exceeded $500. Feb. 20 at approximately 3 p.m. at milepost 254 on north K14 highway, Bob R. Murphy, Mankato, driving a 1986 Chevrolet, fell asleep, going off the highway and "hitting a parked ve- hicle at the Petro Plus filling station registered to Vaughn L. Batten, Supe- rior, Neb. Damages were more than $500. Accident investigated by est. No injuries. Feb. 20 at approximately 4:15 p.m. at milepost 202.5 on US36, Deeann Beam, Kensington, driving a 1991 Chevrolet, was heading west and struck two south bound turkeys. Accident in- vestigated by Fulmer. Dam- ages .'xceeded $500. Feb. 22 at approximately 9:20 p.m. at milepost 35 on K28 Mark Lee Jones, Jamestown, driving a 1996 Dodge, was heading east when a deer came from the north ditch. The deer ran into the front driver's side, causing damage to the fender and headlight. Damages exceeded $500. Accident investigated by Alley. Traffic' Jamie O. Sanborn, Jewell, seat belt, $10. Michael W. Graber, Ewing, Neb., failure to keep log current, $109. Kenneth L. Thompson, Guide Rock, speeding, 83-55, $221. Dana E. Larson, Scandia, failure to display permit, $159. Marriage lieehse Jim D. Tillery, Jewell, and Inez Mac Lee, Jewell. Register of Deeds Maurice W. Jeffery and Earlene g. Jeffery to Bradley E. Jeffery and Col- leen F. Jeffery, a tract in the SE 1/4 6f Section 21, Township IS, Range 9W. James E. Haskins and Michelle M. Haskins to Dorothy E, Sjolander and Michael E. Peters, Lots 21, 22, 23 and 24 in Block 8 in original townsite of the City of Formoso. - Donna Caraballo to Paul Layland and Joyoe L. Endsley, Lots 7 and 8 in Block 44, in original townsite of City of Mankato. a Dennis Hurley Layl'and, Delores Hakala and Richard Hakala to Paul Lay!and and Joyce L. Endsley, Lots 7 and 8 in Block 44 in original townsite of City of Mankato. Linda Cash to Paul Layland and Joyce L. Endsley. Lots 7 and 8 in Block 44. in original townsite of City of Mankato. Janice Oish and Pat Gish to Paul Layland and Joyce L. Endsley, Lots 7 and 8, in Block 44, in original townsite of City of Mankato. Deb McDowell to Paul Layland, Lots 7 and 8 in Block 44 in original townsite of City of Mankato. Joyce L. Endsley. Paul Layland and Pauline Layland to Matthew Pierce, Lots 7 and 8 in Block 44, in original townsite of City of Mankato. Max G. VanHom and Myrna E. I i VanHorn, an undivided one-.half inter- est to Max G. VanHom and Myma E. VanHom, trustees under the Max G. VanHorn Trust and an undivided one- half interest to Myrna E. VanHom and Max G. VanHom, trustees under the Myrna E. VanHorn Trust. ("Home place") N 1/2 of Section 33, Township 5S, Range 9W. ("Shoemaker place") E I/2NW 1/4 and theNE 1/4 SW l/4of Section 23, Township 5S, Range 9W, plus an 8 rod strip. ("Fisher Place") W 1/2 SE 1/4 of Sec. 27, Township 5S, Range 9W. Eddie Peters to Robert D. Todd and Loretta R. Todd, Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 in Block 14, original townsite of Formoso Fish and Game State of Kansas vs. Andrew Pumphrey, four counts hunting with- out a valid tag permit $250 each count. Driving privileges restricted until Aug. 18, 2003 or until community service work is completed, whichever is later. Criminal State of Kansas vs. Richard C. Romane, Republic. Giving a worthles~ check. Limited Civil City of TopekaWater Sewer Refuse vs. Steven R. Schmidt, Jewell. Civil Paul Osborne Vs. Dave Gartner, d.b.a.Platte River Irrigation. The State Exchange Bank vs. Rodney L. Ward and Janice K. Ward, and United States of America, acting through the Farm Service Agency. III Obituaries Libbie Crangle LeBuse (Krepla) Crangle, 91, died Iteb. 24 at Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care, Mankato. Libbie, the name she was known by, was the youngest daughter of Alois and Johanna (Pacholik) Krepela, born at Bendon, S.D., Sept. 13, 1911. After her father' s death in ! 913, the familymoved to Kimball, S.D., where she graduated from Kimball High School and Southern Normal School in Springfield, S.D. She also attended Spearfish Normal School. now Black Hills State University, in Spearfish, S.D. She taught in rural schools near Kimball until her 1939 marriage to Dale E. Crangle, Mankato, a topo- graphic engineer (map maker) em- ployed by the United States Geologi- cal Survey. Dale and Libbie moved often, liv- ing in many states of the east, north and south. When Dale retired in 1965 they returned to their permanent home in Mankato. Libbie was active in the Harmony United Methodist Church. Mankato, teaching Sunday School, assisting with the youth fellowship, serving as an officer of the United Methodist Women and as a member of church circle. She was a member Modern Minerva Club, a community volunteer, and an avid bridge player. Libbie is survived by a daughter, Jewell County Memories i i 100 Years Ago Calvin Crumrine, Burlington, Iowa, who is here vigiting his parents, has been on crutches for three months, A scaffold broke and let him fall 20 feet or more. The county got anotber covering of snow last night. Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Fehr's buggy overturned as they were coming to town and smashed 35 dozen eggs. 80 Years Ago Mrs. Nellie Mebuis of Jewell and Mr. T. DeYoung, of Panama, Neb., were married in Mankato. In the evening Mrs. M. Boogaart entertained in their honor with a dinner. A large crowd attended the Athens Ionia basketball game which was played in the high school gymnasium. The Ionia girls won and the Athens boys won. This makes the Athens boys team and the Ionia girls team winners of the championship in the West Half League. The championship of the East Half League is not yet determined. About 50 of Mrs. Arthur Lichty's friends arid relatives completely sur- prised her last Friday evening, the oc- casion being in honor of herbirthday. All present enjoyed themselves and departed at a late hour, wishing Mrs. Lichty many more birthdays. 60 Yeats Aso Corp. and Mrs. Eddie Gabe left early Friday morning for his station in California. A farewell party was given Wednesday evening at the W.F. McElroy home in their honor. Others present were Albertand Sever Hanson, Mr. and Mrs..Ray McElroy, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson and Hertlert, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McElroy, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McEIroy and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McElroy and sons, Staff Sergeant Donald L. Jaske is now with our forces in Northern Af- rica. Donald is a graduate of Jeweli Rural High School, His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jaske, now live near Burr Oak. A birthday dinner was held for Lm'y Keeler arthe Brad Keeler home Sun- day, honoring Larry's third birthday. Reports were they had lots of fried chicken and ice cream, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Menhusen have seven children and six of them have just had the measles. i i New call for see'ice takes l0 men. The following men have been ordered to report for induction at Fort Leavenworth on March 3, 1943: Earl Wesley Lathrop, Burr Oak; Kenneth Allen Tucker, Ionia; Ronald Leon Stafford, Formoso; George Samuel Clark, Formoso; Julian Edward Ball, Esbon; Jack LeRoy Byers, Jewell; DonaldWayne Boyles, BurrOak; Lynn I.,Roy Powell, Mankato; Leland Alfred Rice, Esbon; LaVerne Charles HancocL Mankato. 40 Years Ago Jewell gained another residence property in a quick way this week when Lawrence Divel moved a large frame house from a farm southwest of Jewell. Larry Loomis, Jewell, has been se- lected as a member of the executive committee of this years Engineers Open House at Kansas State University. The county grade school basketball tournament was in Burr Oak. Ionia lost to Montrose in an overtime, 25 to 23. Ionia played Esbon. The finals were to be played Saturday, Feb. 23. The new gold and black basketball suits will a~ve in time for the tourna- ment. Frank Railsback, senior at Glen Elder high school, was a guest of Kan- sas Wesleyan University of Salina. He plans to attend school there next fall. D.B. Jenkins folks started their big automatic incubator. It holds 6,000 eggs and turns them. Carl Waugh found out the hard way not to get to close to a horse's hind legs. Old Ned swatted him one as he walked behind him. Gave him a black eye and a swollen cheek. He was a lucky little boy at that. 20 Years Ago The daughter of a former Mankato man, Col. Bob Standerwick, missing in action in Laos since 1971, was de- tained in Thailand while on a search to see what happened to her father. Lots of study, little action on PIK - The Payment In Kind program is de- signed to bring supplies more in line with demand to improve the farm economy. Bradshaw Farmers Union Insurance held a remodeling open house. It was also was Roy s eleventh anniversary with the company. The building re- modeled is one of the oldest in Man- Linda, Mankato; a son, Robert, Lin- coln, Kan.; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.i She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; brother and four sisters. Services were Feb. 27 at Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato, with Pastor Laura Fricker officiating. Intermem was in Mount Hope Cem- etery, Mankato. Melby Mortuary, Mankato, was in charge of arrangements. Donald Leach Donald DeLoy Leach, 55, Kearney, died Monday at his residence follow- ing a lengthy illness. He was born June 4, 1947, in Hold- rege to B. DeLoy and Edith M. (Smith) Leach. He graduated from Arapahoe High School fn 1966, entered the ser- vice on Sept. 26, 1967, and served with the U. S. Army in Vietnam. He re- ceived the National Defense Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart, Vietnam Service Medal with three Bronze Service Stars, Combat Infantryman Badge. Republic of Viet- nam Campaign Medal and Sharp- shooter Medal. After his discharge, he was em- ployed as a heavy equipment operator for the Mossbarger and Ems Construc- tion Company and the Hollowa,y Corn struction Company until he retired in the early 1990s because of his health. He lived in Formoso for l0 years until moving to Kearney in De~cember of last year. He was affiliated with the Shepherd's Chapel TV Ministry. Surviving relatives include: one daughter, TresaEllis, Tulsa, Okla.; four grandchildren; his father. DeLoy Leach, Ord. Neb.. his mother, Edith Leach. Arapahoe: a sister, Sherry Stansberry, Kearney; a brother: Den- nis Leach, Morrison, Colo. and a step- grandmother, Lorraine Leach, Hold- rege. He was preceded in death by grand- parents. Services will be Friday at 12:30 p.m. at the Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary with the Rev. C. J. Willis officating. Burial will be in the Ft. McPherson National Cemetery at Max- well, Neb..'with military rites at the grave by the North Platte Veterans Group. Smith Center hosts concert band Smith County Arts Council pre- sents the band, "Idle Threats," in con- cert March 2 at Smith Center High School Auditorium at 2:30 p.m. "Idle Threats" comes to Smith Cen- ter from Salina, part of the Kansas Arts Commission Touring Program The band presents a blend of blue- grass, folk, rock, jazz,gospel and pop music. Listeners will hear timeless classics, instrumentais and original materials, covering a variety of musi- cal interests, Members of the group are Mick Wodke, former Kansas State Flatpicking Champion; vocalist and instrumentalist, Karen Wodke, who plays fiddle; Tom Cannon on the bass and Jerry Gaines on the mandolin. They have performed together since 1994 and all are copyrighted songwriters and play multiple musical instruments. I II i kate. It was built in i 885 and restored in 1975 by the late Wint Smith. Hansen Scholarship winners were Philip Menhusen, Mankato; Twila Meier and Robert Swank, Jewell; Sheila Reinert, Esbon; and Yvette Peroutek, Esbon. 10 Years Ago Deanna VanMeter was crowned sweetheart at MHS. Her escort was Marc Grout. Other attendants and es- corts were Mindy Rice and Corey Free- man, Suzanna Cowan and Brent Zeigler, Susan Giilett and Preston Scarrow. Jewell County Long Term Care Queen was Elizabeth Murray and king was Glenn Love. Raymond Beeler was chosen Sweetheart King at Hilltop Lodge. Birth: Bryston D. Walker, son of Kenny and Tracy Walker. Mankato Junior Highgirls took third in PTL Tourney. Members were Tara Scarrow, Venus Snyder, Brooke McDonald, Amanda Doud, Melissa Lawrence, Shawna Dempsey, Janae Jensen, Janell Gillett, Sarah Miller and Jennifer Figgins. Their coach was Harold Terpening. Lady Cougars, coached by Vemie Hendrix, captured the PTL Champion- ship with a record of 7-1 and overall ! 5-4 by defeating Southern Cloud. Julie Railsback had a fine game with 19 points, Darcy Dempsey led the team in rebounds with eight. Jewell High School Boys will play Southern Cloud Thursday at Mankato in Regional Tourney. One Year Ago Sunflower Processing Committee was awarded a $5,000 matching grant for a l~easibility study of sunflower processing in Jeweil County. Adam Butts, Jewell, returned to work recently after brain surgery in Wichita. Mankato City Council gave the nod of approval for installation of a new filtering system at the Mankato Swim- " ming Pool. Jennifer Boite and Alan Peters were crowned JHS Winter Homecoming royalty. Rachel Duffy, White Rock seventh grader pl{aced second, and Jason Nelson, Mankatoeighth grader, placed first, in Jewell County Spelling Con- test.