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Jewell County Memories I(~ Years Ago Tuesday to Wayne Blaylock and Benj. Musser sold 4,000 bushels of Lenora Wilkim o~ Mankatb, corn to Alex Judy of Burr Oak last Tbelma Collie is working in the Friday for 27 cents per bushel. Some County Clerk's office because of the of it was five years old. illness Myrtle Cordel. J.M. Bowles little four-year-old son, Formoso, fell over backwards into a 20 foot cistern. There was about one foot of water in it which must hav.e.pre- vented him being seriously hurt. when rescued he was wet but not hun. There were quite a number of teams passed quite late Tuesday evening moving south past the Sweet Home community. We have since learned it was Mr. Matter from Nebraska. He came on the train to Manka~o and six teams met him there and they will live somewhere near Mr. Worick's. Dr. Hawley, Burr Oak, has made arrangements to display from the pole near the front of his drug stem, signal flags which will indicate the weather to be expected. There have been no new cases of scarlet fever in Jewell City outside the families already afflicted. Mayor J.W. Berry's family is the only one that has suffered severely. The Berry children and Mrs. Berry can barely ~et out of bed. Miss Nellie Carpenter zs helping at the Berry home. 80 Years Ago Henry R. Honey, another old-time Jewell County editor, retires and has sold the Mankato Advocate to J.F. Hale of Osborne. It will be edited b~. his son, Milford Hale. A linotype will be in- stal led and the paper will be restored to the former size. Honey was a strong Democratic partisan and divided his time between the post office and the Advocate. Win. Ault' Ionia, died as a result of the falling off aculvert. He was carried home in an unconscious condition fol- lowing the accident. Hediedfourdays after the accident. Isaac Nees, Jewell City, suggests adding a teaspoon of sulphur to the seed corn box on the lister to keep the cut worms from working on the com. Mrs. MidaTopliffhas a good record on eggs the last month. She sold 208 dozen and kept 23 1/2 dozen for her own use. John and David McConnell who have been visiting their sister, Mrs. W.C. Haggart on Brown's Creek left last week for Iowa. The bgys have bought a suburban tract at "Mankato where they will make their home. 60 Years Ago The Randall High School basket- ball team won its second tournament crown this season by emerging victori- ous in the regional play at Concordia by defeating Delphos, Downs and Jamestown. The Randall team was defeated by Sublette 48 to 33 in State Tourney. The marriage license was issued on The Formoso CommLaity Church folks have planned a wood cutting for Wednesday if weather permits. A pot- luck dinner is to he served at noon. There is a one dollar bounty on coyotes in Jewell County and several have been brought in. The Johanek boys of Esbon killed four and Frank Grennan of Ionia and Mr. Vader near the state line have all been successful in their hunting, The Grover Smith family, Ionia, are moving to their new farm located in Kansas and Nebraska. Two hundred acres are in one state and 200 acres are in the other state. The farm is located one mile west of Highway 28 from Burr Oak to Guide Rock. 40 Years Ago Jack rabbits are reported thick in Jewell County and m'e doing damage to trees and shrubs. The45-member JewellHigh School band will participate in the PTL Instru- mental Festival at Jamestown. Ap- proximately 10 cars are needed to fur- nish transportation for the band mem- bers. The Elwyn Topliffs have had six sets of triplet lambs this year. Joe Anderson, nmnager of the el- evator in Randall, had to have four stitches in his left eye lid from an accident on the job while using a ham- mer to drive a spike. The hammer bounced back and the curve of the claw struck him. More mow was recorded in Kansas last month than any February since 1930. The 10th annual PTL one-act play festival was held at Jeweil Rural High School. Cawicer City pr~"Spe- cial Guest" and recewed a I rating; Jamestown's play was "Legend of the Lake"andreceivedalrating; Courtland received a Iminus for 'q'he Pot Boiler"; Jewell mul Scandia received a II plus; with S .i~n~ Bun" Oek and Randall all re~vmg ratings of H minus. 20 Years Ago Gambles of Mankam adds a furni- ture division. Keith Snyder is owner of the store Lynda Bass is the new bome econc~- mist at tim Jewell County Extension office. Bob Mueller is the new owner of the R Bar M club at Mankato. He was ~dnployed at Dubuque Packing Co. The ueilersmoved toMankato 81/2 years ago. Jewell County spelling champions Vicki Joerg, Randall, first; Chrism- pher Hoist, runner up in the third through fifth grade oounty spellers. :. Sixth through eighth grade champ,!- oru were Renee Peroutek, Esbon, first; and Pare Orelinger, Mankato, runner up. Florene Blocha, Jeweil County Holiday Tours, Mankato. Vickie Oshome reopens Viekie's House of Style in Formoso. Viola Mahaffy celebrated her 96th birthday at the Jeweil County Hospi- tal. Changes have been made at the Esbon post office. Quentin Ault re- tired as postmas tar and Mrs. John Frost takes his position. Kenneth Dodd is the assistant postmaster. Max Ball retires as carrier and Dwight Frost will take his place. 10 Years Ago Stylistic Shears celebrates grand opening at new location with 89 sign- ing the register book. Working at the salon is owner Sheryl Basel, Sandy Davis and Kim Payne. A spring style show was held in conjunction with the open house by Martha's. Winners of the Jewell County Spell- ing contest for sixth through eighth grade were Barbara Dethloff, fLrSt; Lisa Dethloff, second; Brent McCollough, third. Leslie McCollough took first in third through fifth grades; Nicole Mohiman was second and Tim Pierce, third. Births: Josias Allen Hueser to Joel and Lisa Hueser, Mankato; Charrissa Anne to Brian and Cindy Wallace, Hastings, Nab.; Hannah Lee Marihugh to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Marihugh, Seabrook, Texas; Kiersten NiCole to Rod and Andra Hancock, Salina; Am- ber Lynn to Sam and Brenda Eakins, Burr Oak. Dale and Lisa Wright, owners of the Wright Comer, Jewell, will cel- ebrate their furst year iv business. A large number of B ald Eagles have been spotted around the Lovewell Res- ervoir and Jamestown Marsh. One Year Ago Lloyd's Sinclair, Mankato, is plan- ning to enlarge facility. A metal insu- lated addition of 40 feet west and 6 feet south was under construction last week by Earl Buckley of Burr Oak. A mix of weather. Sunday evening high winds and freezing rain, thunder and lightning. Sunday night rain and sleet. Slushy snow by Monday morn- ing, continuing most of the day, tem- peratures rose toward mid afternoon, snow gone by evening. Tbreeresignations atUSD No. 104, Dan Strange, bus driver;, Billie Cox, cheerleader sponsor, Linda Converse, K-12 music teacher. Curtis Ernst was injured in a fall from an ensilage cutter at the family farmstead. Jewell Chamber meets Monday Jewell Chamber of Commerce will meet at Trinity United Methodist Church Monday at 7 p.m. The Jewell FI-IA girls will report on their trip to Boston last summer. Call Becky LoomisH you need to make a reserva- tion. Pegasus has made Ag Scoop By Gary Tordrup, Jewell County Extension Burr Oak Library A basic computer class using Quicken will be held at the Mankato High School computer lab. On Wednes- day, March 22 from 6:30 pan to 9:30 p.m., the class is being offered by the Jewell County Extension Service. Quicken is an accounting program that can be used for farming, ranching, small business and personal record keeping. This class will teach ledger entries as well where and how to cat- egorize income and expenses. The class will be limited to 15 computers. How- ever, two people may use one com- puter for the admission fee. Pre-registration is required by Tues- day, March 21, by contacting the Jew- ell County Extension Office. Wheat With the recent moisture, wheat can now be seen for the first time since planting. I have received many ques- tions regarding the outlook for this year's crop. At the present my crystal ball is not functioning very well, but the experts say the weather in the near future will dictate the outcome. Most of the wheat in Jewell County has come out of dormancy. With in- creased moisture and warm tempera- tures, the wheat should continue to grow and even stool out. This will depend on the temperature and mois- ture conditions. As the wheat is greening and grow- ing, so will the weeds. These will need to be monitored closely. With most of the wheat on the thin and short side, weed competition and growth could be a serious threat to the crop. Herbicide selection at these early stages will be important. A long lasting residual herbicide may not be the best at this time due to the fact that if dry weather would re- turn and the wheat would fall, planting other crops is sometimes very limitec =, _ by the type of herbicide used. If the 3 Jewell County wheat continues to grow and is bar- students receive vested, some long lasting residual her- bicide is the best solution. These. are management decisions that are not easily made. The only other problem is that weeds need to be controlled when they are small so deci- sions have to be made in a timely fashion not wait and see. Good Luck. has story hour Burr Oak Library Story Hour, for children ages 3 through first grade, begins Monday and continues every Monday after school for 10 weeks. Marie Pinson is in charge of this pro- gram of reading and crafts, The library board met recently, at- tended by Winifr~ d McNichols, Marie Pinson, GloriaGammn, Delores Roesti and RichardCanfield. McNichols gave the treasurer's report. Internet use charges were discussed and Roesti said the 10 cent a minute charge seemed to be working alright, k was decided to leave the ,;barge as it is. The library received tax funds for operation. It was reported the volun- teers Alma Carman, Carol Cosand, Elva McLean and Erma Dillon, have been opening the library four after- noons aweek and will continue to do SO. McNichols and Pinson reported on attending the small libraries workshop, sponsored by CKLS at Courtland. Top- ics discussed at the workshop were fund raisers, what is done with dis- carded books, ways to get more people interested in using the library and popu- lar books. The bookmobile will be bring a stock of books to the library March 23, A Poetry Party is being planned by Iris Cosand and Pinson. Roesti is not able to help out at the library as much as she has been doing. Discussion followed and it was de- cided that Pinson will take over Roesti's library duties. Roesti will work with Pinson for a few weeks. Newly purchased adult books have arrived at the library: Outofthe Woods by Chris Offutt, WhatJanie Found by Caroline Cooney, Jackie Ethel Joan by J. Taraborrelli, Assassis by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. There are also two new western audio tapes available: The Winchester Run and Oregon by Compton. FHSU scholarships Two seniors from Jewell High School and one from Mankato High School accepted scholarships for the 2000-2001 academic year at Fort Hays State University at a recent Student Recognition Program in Beloit. Benjamin Blackmore accepted a $400 Award of Excellence in business administration and a $300 Fort Hays Bronze Academic Award. The honor student is involved in FFA, pep club, student council, SADD, basketball, football, track, golf and cross country. He is the son of Dave and Patty Blackmore, Jewell, and is planning a career in business. Kelly Griffeth accepted a $300 Fort Hays State Bronze Academic Award. He is an honor student, involved in , FF,~ SADD,qpizJ~FI, foo~l, bas- ketball, track and golf. His parents are Robin and Debi Griffeth, Jewell. He is planning a career in physics. Christy Snapp accepted a $400 Award of Excellence in sociology and social work. The honor student is involved in quiz bowl, band and vol- leyball. Snapp, the daughter of Jean Snapp, Mankato, is planning a career in social work. it easy to keep up ...,.,o Wuther &wamnu. Presentation with the J0neses! 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He said there are presently 52 school districts in Kansas with superintendent vacan- cies and 100 superintendents eligible for retirement this year. Cut off dates for accepting candidates was discussed. It was decided to table purchasing or leasing a suburban for the present time. Custer had a request from some of the golf members about driving their own vehicles to the golf course and home after practice. No decision was made. - The recent meeting of the site coun- cil was reviewed and some of the top- ics discussed were superintendent housing within the district, GAP weighted grades, reorganizing the dis- trict to better utilize the teaching staff at the edst attendance center and middle school football. The middle school football issue, flag vs. tackle, will be discussed at a future meeting. Twoschools withflag- football programs have been contacted about scheduling. The cost of equip- ment for tackle football having a coop- erative agreement were discussed. Grover reviewed the curriculum proposals 1. required physical science withearth science being offered2.tech- nical drawing in the trades classes at a cost of $2,500 to $3,000 3.accelerated math extended to include grades one and two and grade eight, serves grades three through DLN from BeUeviUe to White students. The board the ~oposed curriculum changes ! additions. The board voted to allow the Oak Ministerial Allianc~ high school little theater to hold! baccalaureate program with a claimer that USD 104 is not ing the event. The board the use of the high school little for the Burr Oak to hold a gospel musical to the public. Simmelink and Frost the outcome of the teacher and representative negotiations voted to tentatively accept the ment for 2000-2001. The and the final document should be proved by both parties in April. A letter ish teacher Wanda Thummel and accepted. The board held two executive s sions pertaining to and principal vacancies and~ It was decided to hold a schoolboard meeting night, 7:30 pan. at the Topics to be discussed at meeting are the school gram, personnel description guide. City of Mankato Utility Report Connects: Betty Bishop, 315 E. Public Main. Disconnects: Betty Bishop, 403 N. N otic es McRoberts. Barrett attends Topeka meeting Fawna Barrett, Jewell County Eco- nomic Coordinator was in Topeka re- centiy with a group who met with department heads at Kansas Depart- ment of Commerce and Housing Others in the group were economic directors from six counties, the Post Rock Extension agent, two representativeis from Beloit and two from Cloud County Community Col- lege. Weather awareness session scheduled The 2000 weather awareness pre- sentations program is Wednesday, March 15, 7 pan, at the Jewell County Comahouse, Mankato. The special speaker is Steve Krimer from the National Weather Center, Hastings. The loeal we, ether spotters have been notified of this program, according to Jewell County emergency manager, Don Synder. The meeting is open to the public. This program is in observance of Kansas Severe weather Awareness ,Week, March 13-17. (First published March 9, 2000 in the Jewell County Record.~ Case #00-P-16 Notice of Appointment In the District Court of Je County, Kansas. In the Matter oftheEstate of?: JaneHarris, alsoknown as Jane I .. deceased. The State of Kansas to the tors, heirs, devisees and legatees You are notified that 2000, the undersigned was the above named decedent; testamentary have been as such executor, and that you exhibit your demands a tare within four (4) months from date of the first be forever barred. Nelson W. Harris, Executor ATrF_,S~: John L. Bingham (SEAL) District Magistrate Judge Weltmer Law Office P.O. Box 303 Mankato, KS 66956-0303 (785) 378-3172 Attorneys for Executor GUN SHOP ~ GUN Jewell _ __ __ Kansas New and Used Guns Bey -- Sell -- Trade Cleaning and Repair Open by appointment or chance I Olive Hill Road 785-428-3337 i Phona 785-847-8071 NOTICE The City of Mankato is taking applications for a Swimming Pool Manager for the 2000 swimming season. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Interested applicants can obtain an application at the City Office~ 202 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. Complete applications need to be returned t~ thp same address as soon as possible, but no later than April 28, 2000. For information contact the City Office at 785-378-3141. Tenafer gkart Treasures New Arrivals- porcelain / ; novelties, candles, bears, Russell Stover ff L9 Easter boxed candy }] and novelties Easter and St Patrick's Day Greeting Cards Mankato Professional Pharmacy 125 N. 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