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'. and M~ r, Kelli, o honor rthday, .~ Roe visi~ n with Roe ne~ :rs. RichS~ visitors of Mr. and Burgs. and Mrs. Bill Andrews ~l the Assembly of God ~ Sunday morning in or where Trenton and rrautman, children of ~l Mrs. Lyle Trautman, the Dedication Ser- and Mrs. Melvin Dahl, , visited Sunday with Mrs. Joe Burgs. ~d Mrs. Bill Andrews ~Y visited Sunday after- ~ith Mr. and Mrs. Lyle and Sherman Reece lankato. and Mrs. Dix Hansen ~l a Brangus Bull Sale hy at Yankton, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie Woerner and Michelle visited Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clare Schuster. Thursday evening visitors in the Schuster home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carman, David, Danny and Kathy, Cadams. USE FFA FLUE BRUSHES! With the increase use of wood stoves and fireplaces around t~is part of the state, there is an increase in haz- ardous conditions. Creosote builds up in the chimneys and smokestacks which is the number one cause of chimney fires. To prevent this from ANNUAL SOUP DAY SATURDAY, MARCH 14 Servlng from 11:30 A.M. through the Supper Hour. . Vegetable - Chicken Noodle - Oyster Soups Pie - Sandwiches - Coffee ;ELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Mankato, Kansas happening, chimneys and smokestacks must be cleaned regularly. But most people don't want to pay a profes- sional to come and clean out their chimneys. So the chim- neys don't get cleaned and the hazardous conditions are still there. Well, the Mankato FFA Chapter has chimney flue brushes for cleaning chimneys and smokestacks. They have a 6-inch and an 8-inch round and a 10-inch square brush which can be picked up, free of charge, at the high school Vo-Ag Shop. This is a part of our community service safety program and we hope that anybody wanting to utilize the brushes will stop by the Vo-Ag department and pick them up. --Darren Esslinger IN Y00R UFETIME_ AMERCAN CANCE/~ ~OC~ETY 0 Jewell JEWELL WILDCATS finished their regular season with an undefeated 18 game record. Pictured back row, left to right - Curt Saint (team manager), Bryan Shatter, Greg' O Located 1/2 block south of water tower in Burr Oak, Kansas on: Saturday, March 14 REAL ESTATE Lots Three (3) and South half of Lot Two (SV2 lot 2), all in Block Seven (7)in God- frey's Third Addition to City of Burr Oak, Jewell County, Kansas. On this property is a 2 bedroom house with bath. Kitchen has built-in cabinets, paneled walls, near new carpet in dining room and living room, bedroom carpeted. The ceilings have been lowered and in- sulation in attic. New storm windows. TV antenna on tower by the house. Carport FURNITURE Walnut drop-leaf table with 2 leaves Oak rocker (pattern back) Walnut coffee table Antique commode Organ stool w/claw feet Oak end table Hutch, nearly new Monteverdi consols radio/record player end 8-treck, new In Dec. 10 81nger sewing machine RCA color TV Dresser, chest and single bed Full size bed, complete 2 cheat-of-drewere Dresser and roll-away bed 2 Hide-l-bed couches (good) 3 platform rockers O steel folding chairs 8eversl old picture frames Magazine rack Chrome table w/4 chairs Cedar chest Oak buffstt TV trays . ' , Pole Ilmpl t, Table limps Flower stands 40" x 54" beveled mirror 8mell beveled mirror Seth Thomas clock w/lion head handles (good) 11:30 a.m. by the house and 2 storage sheds in the back yard. Real estate will sell at 2:00 p.m. Terms: 25% down day of sale. Balance on approval of title. For further information contact Lloyd Henaen, Menkato, Kansas or the auc- tioneer, Arden H. Oat, Menketo, Kansas. Murray Reel Estate Broker Arden H. Oat Auctioneer and Salesmen spoon, Individual butter knives, fork & knife meat carving at, etc. Dinner pall dated 1927 Japanese vase "Old Women In Bhoe" cookie Jar German bowl end O sauce dishes Cup & eeuoer collection 2 old cut glees bowls O old crystal glasses Bet of 4 Malta fine Jasper chine dishes Bet of 12 Blue Ridge dishes New set of 8 goblet glasses B 'Rambling Rose' mug style cups end salad plates Bet of Ice tea end Juice glasses In wheat pattern IMvarlan auger 8eversl sets of salt & pepper shakers 2 large English platters Pedestal cake plates 8evarel old plates Large collection of different kinds of what-nots Tea pot and 5 cups APPLIANCES Amens uptight deep freezer G.E. refrigerator Mayteg washer Meyteg gee dryer Floor shampooer Hayer hydr. lift for hoepital patients Beers vibrator massager Copper boiler w/lid & weehboard G.E. vacuum cleaner Lawn choirs ice cream freezer Wood end coil stove Window fen Large electric fen TOOLS Electdc bench gdnder 318" electdc drill Anvil 1/2 Inch socket set Pipe wrenches Ladders Hydraulic Jacks Block & tackle Wire stretchers 8pedes Shovels Chains C-ciempo Vise Pianos OTHER HAND TOOLB AND ITEM8 NOT LIBTED. JEWELRY 14 caret gold dng with 7 diamonds 3 8tedlng ellvar dnge with eats Gold watch fob 8everel cameo pine and necklaces 8everel lockets, earrings, and necklioee Elgin wristwatch BI-Cenntenlel neokieoe Gold necklace with two diamond| Elgin pocket watch, 1 B ~well Lots of costume Jewelry MISCELLANEOUS Several quilts Inoluding flower basket cathedral, flower garden, poItIOI stamp end others Bedding Electric blanket Dress lengths of new metedel Material to make pieoed quilts Crochet thread Large assortment of crocheted ar- tlclu Crocheted lace table oloth Beth and kitchen towels Crocheted afghans end capes Books 2 pieces of luggage 3 wicker baskets Binoculars Many more dishes end other household items not limed. iiii NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS DIBHES Bavarian coverd bowl Old blue carnival peacock with 'N' on bottom Old vegetable bowl 8everll cut glass berry dlshelL Lemrose France cake plate Large soup urn Collection of state plates 4 sets glass snack trays 3 piece chip and dip set ' ' Onedie silverware set of 8 with 24 pieces of accessory silverware pieces such as pickle fork, Jelly TERMS: CASH LUNCH ON GROUNDS Mattie Van Schoiack Estate Lloyd Hanson, Administrator AUCTIONEER: ARDEN H. OSTPHONE 587-4242 ,nd In Sub State i Clerk: D & J Clerk Service Lovewell Joerg, Darrell Swank, Paul Baker, Jerald Kemmerer, Tim Sheahan, coach John Walsh; (front row) Greg Schumacher, Bret Jacobs, Brian Joerg, Curt Doxon, Joey Behrends and Robert Swank. JEWELL CO. REPUBLICAN Jewell 9 20 34 63 rn. Ilolleyvllle 11 25 44 b5 Jewell: Schoffer 4; Jeer9 8; Jacobs 3; Sheohan II Iklker 4; D. Swank 27; B. Swank 9. JkHleyvllle: Deters 14; M. Siess 12; Hovakomp ~; Dressman 6; J. Sills 7. Quivira Heights 6 27 39 52 vs. Jewell 20 39 37 72 Quivers Heights: Wilt 10, Bednesk 10, Sprick 13, Phelan 16, Scoonover 2. Neff I. Jewelh Baker 6, Joerg 2, Shoffer 14, Sheohan 6, D. Swank 33, Behrends 2, Schumaker 2, R. Swank 8. -,., Wbb"'e"er Mrs. Norma Thomas and Mrs. Betty Reed had supper with Mrs. Charlie Russell Friday evening while Charlie attended a Shrine party at Mrs. Clarence Jensb We received a wonderful one-inch rain Tuesday and Wednesday. It drizzled slowly and all went into the ground. V-Club met Tuesday eve- ning at the home of Mrs. Thelma Roe, Superior, With Mrs. Letha Broyles assisting hostess. They served a 7:30 luncheon. Mrs. Betty Reed won high score, Mrs. Roy Ahrens low, and Mrs. Ernest Andreasen, traveling prize for the evening. The April meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Eugene Purcell. Mrs. Irene Davidson is in Brodstone Memorial Hospital with pneumonia. Mrs. Edwin Ross, Mrs. Anna Graham, Mrs. Stella Cunningham, Mrs. Tom Mc- Keown and Mrs. Dale Crispin were the members from Webber Church attending the World Day of Prayer at the Baptist Church in Superior Friday morning. Mrs. Graham went home with Mrs. Dale Crispin for dinner and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross visited in the afternoon with friends at the Good Samaritan. Mrs. Bert Diamond and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler had coffee Sunday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jens- by. The Jensbys attended a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kriger and Del, Nelson, for Jess Jensby who is here visiting from Oregon. Others attend- ing were Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Jensby, Hebron, Mr. and Mrs. Art Jensby, Daven- port, Mrs. Leona Jensby, Superior, Kelvin Kriger, Lin- coln, and Kenny Kriger, Rus- kin. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Dia- mond went with Mr. and Mrs. Greg Diamond, Belleville, to Hutchinson Friday afternoon for a business meeting. Mrs. Mike Johnson, Courtland, joined them Saturday morn- ing and they returned home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond had dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond. The Health Clinic was at Webber Church Tuesday morning and 23 people re- ceived services. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross enjoyed dinner Thursday with Mrs. Berniece Kissinger at Mankato. Ran Konvalin took his mother, Mrs. Ruth Konvalin, to Grand Island Sunday to visit Joe Konvalin in the Veterans Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. San] Behr- ends had supper in Coneordia last Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both- well attended a Farm Bureau board meeting in Mankato Wednesday evening. Sunday evening they visited Mrs. Zatha Wilson, Superior. Max Lovewell, Karen and Nancy, Lebanon, visited Mr. and Mrs. A1 Jennings Friday evening. Mrs. Marvin Crane, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rothehild, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grabast and family and Marlin Rothchild were last Monday callers at Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roth- child's. Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ordich and family called at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell's Sunday morning and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Poole were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doyle and Darrell, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Behrends, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elledge, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Albertson and Tisha, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Montgomery and Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Bouray and Nathan. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Montgomery and family. Mrs. Stella Mont- gomery, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Montgomery and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hall of Lincoln, Nebr., Mrs. Debbie Doreza and Marinda, Sandy Hall and Kindell Nelson all enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs, Dean Hall in Superior. They celebrated Tisha A1- bertson's first birthday, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Mont- gomery returned from Texas Wednesday and called on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doyle Wed- nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schriver were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Andreasen. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Andreasen, Jim Andreasen and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Andreasen and Rory had dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Andreasen. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross took Mrs. tlazel Rhoads to Belleville for dinner Sunday and in the afternoon they called on Clair Henry in the hospital in Belleville. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Mar. 12, 1981 Page 5- Section 2 The Jewell Wildcats made a spectacular comeback after be~ ing down 14 points with 5% minutes left in the Concordia Substate Saturday, only to come up short 63-65 and send Bailey- ville to State 1A tournament at Hays. With 5:30 remaining in the game, Jewell coach John Walsh called timeout with his team trailing 14 points in the cham- pionship game. "I told them we weren't out of the game yet, but if it was going to be our last game, to make it their best one," said Walsh. It went down to 10 seconds left and Jewell had the ball under- neath their own basket down by two points and no timeouts left. However, the Wildcats came up short; they got into foul trouble (something they hadn't seen this year) and the 16 turnovers caused by Baileyville's press took their toll in the 63-65 loss. Star players Darrell Swank (with 1:30 remaining) and Greg Joerg (with 2:30 remaining) fouled out for the Wildcats which probably didn't help mat- ters any. "We got outrebounded, I think it was the key to the game because we didn't come up with the position on the boards," said Walsh. "I feel bad that we lost, but we got beat by a good team" Walsh said he thought the first and third quarters were what hurt the team, when they fell victim to the Falcons' press and got behind. Although there was a lot of talk that this was the team that would take the state champion- ship as Shakespeare once said, "Many a slip has been made between the cup and the lip." "You always want to reach your goals and it's important to do it," said Walsh. "They didn't accomplish their goals, but they sure put forth the effort." "I'm happy with the way they played as a a lot was asked from them throughout the season and they produced 100 percent," added Walsh. "I'm proud to have been able to be their coach. We appreciate the sup- port the community has given when we won and lost, from the fans, students and cheerlead- ers." The Wildcats will be losing six seniors this year: Paul Baker, Greg Joerg, Jerald Kemmerer, Bryan Shaffer, Tim Sheahan and Darrell Swank. With them goes their accomplishments of Pike Trail League Tournament Champions, Pike Trail League Champions, Jewell Regional Runnerup, and Concordia Sub- state Runnerup. They take a long a record of 20-2,. The Beloit Daily, Call Miss Judy Behrends came from Omaha to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Behrends. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Behrends, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Behrends, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roper and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends, (Continued on Page 6) J Investor Bulletin Six'Month Shore Certificate :. ) $I0,000 Minimum 13.70% Effective March 12 through March 18, 1981 2 Year Share Certificate $s~ Minimum 12.00% Effective through March 18, 1981 ~l ii i I New 90 Day Share Certificate $2500 Minimum Automatically renewable at 9.00 percent I IIII III I Highlnterest-High LiquidityPassbook $5.00 Minimum 5.50% Day-in, day-out interest -- No Withdrawal Penalty Each member account insured to |100,000 by NCUA. Certificates are subject to penalty for early withdrawal.