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THE JEWELL COUNTY POST Page 5 Thursday, April 4, 1996 COUNTY REPUBLICAN AGO 4-1-76 Earl Shoemaker, girls won the Esbon with 112.5 points. Mrs. Dick Willmeth Connie flew to Europe to Several countries and the r in Greece. alumni tickets are } YEARS AGO 4-7-66 won the Jewell Invi- out of 25 schools. A son, Gary Dwight, Stanley Colson 31; a daughter, Denile to Mr. & Mrs. Donn 1. )r the 4th year, Jewell's [and girls glee won supe- at state music. AGO 3.29-56 "hamps- team are: G. Divel; L. J. Salisbury, J. P. Collie, J. Collie, R. Grennan, G. D. Foulke. Ned Was coach. :Mr.&Mrs. lartsel. Bus Mertes, K-State, SPeak in Jewell. Sunday School had 76 } YEARS AGO 4-4-46 A son to Mr. & Mrs. Oplinger Mar. 28; a to Mr. & Mrs. Waldo 30. State Bank has counter. play: "Spring Fever." as sold the stock his store. A dau to Mr. & Mar. 24. AGo 4-2e Is man- Frank Hall; the Nel- Will run the new station Creamery. Classifieds Pay NOEXCUSE information on how you can help stop domestic violence, call us. "800-END ABUSE Family Violence Prevention Fund JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 20 YEARS AGO 4-1-76 BI-Centennial news: Wint Smith's Grandmother's House window features 16 American flags; recipe books are on sale; the Athena Jr. Women's Club Is quilting a star quilt. The First National Bank Is advertising a night depository. Girls State delegate: Deb Snider. Packing plant employees rejected a union plan. Birth: A son, Darren Ever- ett, to Mr. & Mrs. Dale Dodd, Mar. 23. 30 YEARS AGO 4-7-66 Farmers Night honorees: Mr. & Mrs. Elywn Top]iff& Harold. The EHU Spring Tea fea- tured a demonstration on rolled wheat and bulgur. USD 278 will vote on a new high school plant. Death: Flora Graham. Melvin Bowersox has been promoted by Southwestern Bell and moves to Manhattan. Mankato is to have a new post office. 50th anniversary: Mr. & Mrs. Clark Calahan. 40 YEARS AGO 4-5-56 Mankato will vote on a new grade school April 10. A large crowd attended the new car dealer open house in Mankato. Neal Harris has announced for commissioner-3rd district. Mankato seniors took their sneak to the Ozarks. George Graham starts his 50th year as rural mail carrier. He started with a horse & buggy on a 27-mile route. Now, he drives 60 miles each day. 50 YEARS AGO 4-4-46 US 36 is to be oiled from Port of Entry to west county line; Hwy 128 is to be graded north of Ionia. Mrs. Otto Wilson was elected MANKATO NEWS Br RENUrA HILl.MAN Saturday, Carl Murray, Glenwood Springs, Colo., ate supper with Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Murray, Brian & Brent Mur- ray & Stacy Frost. Brian & Brent Murray and StacyFrost attended an Easter dinner and egg hunt at the home of John & Lfla Frost, Sunday. Newell & Doris Alexander attended an Easter dinner at the John Frost home, Sunday. Clair, Mary, Sceone & Erica Sloan, Hart, Mich., are visiting Clair's mother, Pearl Hancock, this week. Other visitors of Pearl Hancockwere Ed & Neva Lewis, McPherson. They all attended the Easter dinner at the Frost home. Visitors ofEd & Janice Owen Sunday evening, were Josh Wagner & family. MANKATO LIBRARY BY KATHLEEN'KIRGIS Hours: Mon.-Fri. 12:30- 4:30; Man. & Wed. eve 7-8:30; JEWELL NEWS sY ROBERTA HOLDR n i The Jewell Seniors will meet Apr. 5 at the Jewell Apart- ments for a pofluck dinner. Everyone is welcome to attend. Thelma Elntff spent a few days in Salina visiting her mother, Myrtle Baldwin. Services for Dorotha Bohnert were Monday at the Christian Church. She died in a nursing home in Topeka. Iris Ozmun, Topeka, and Carole Thompson, Broken Arrow, Okla., spent the week- end with their mother, Lucille Ozmun. Marilyn Lewis, Manhattan, spent Tuesday with her mother, Evea Myers. Karen Mclntyre spent the weekend visiting Mr. & Mrs. Alan Mclntyrein Phoenix. Mr. & Mrs. Larry Saint, Daniel & Elizabeth, Estes Park, Colo., spent the week with Carlyle and Mary Saint. Brad, Joshua, Tyler & Levi Menhusen, Wichita, spent the weekend visiting Jr. & Carol Menhusen. Lylda Van Meter came and took her mother, Evea Myers, with her to Superior last Don & Deanna Gregg were hosts to the Couples Card Party, Saturday. Ann Bomer spent the week- end visiting her mother, Marie Means. Don & Shirley Simmelink attended the wedding of Dan's niece, Saturday at Wichita. Susan Greene and several of the FHA girls attended the State FHA Convention in Wic- hita. Holly Kadel, Randall, was elected State President of the FHA. Congratulations Holly and to the other girls who also were elected to of- rices. Sunday. Evea Myers and her family enjoyed a potluck din- ner at the Jewell Apartments. Attending were MarJorie & Lester Suschland. Sharla & David Nickolous Rempe. McPherson; Glen Lewis & Diana Kuker, Kansas City; Encille & Marilyn & Kylia Lewis, Manhattan; Leslie & Judy Suschland, Kearney; Carl, Terri & Dawn Suschland, Larry, Rebecca, Sandi, Klm- berly Dramer, Junction City; Lylda Van Meter and Lynn llINlU I l D i Ill MANKATO Y/8~179 l 8how Stm-s at I aop- I I I I I I I I I I I n Mr. Holland's n I ,Opus i I I I Apr. 5, 6, 7 U I I I I I * Muppet Treasure I I Island I -. Black Sheep j MR. HOLLAND'S OPUS The film opens in the early 1960s with Glenn Holland (Richard Dreyfuss) accepting a "temporary" post teaching music at a local high school because financial considera- tions have declared them- selves and are hindering hIs career as a composer. The remainder of the film covers hIs many years teaching and coping with marital strains president of the County Red tended an inaugural ball in Crane, Superior. tainment, hour Saturday night for Day- Sat. 10-12. Wednesday. Garman, Superior, Neb. and living a life so different Larry Smith,Wichita, Linda Jeffrey, Kelsey & Kristen from the one he so eagerly April is National Library Perdue & children and a friend Jacobs, Wichita, spent last foresaw. Glenne Headly stars Month. We are attending a vIsited their parents, Pete & weekwith their grandparents, as his patient, insightful wife. workshop in Osborne thisweek Zona Smith last weekend. Mr. & Mrs. Earl Varney, Jew- Rated PGfor mild language. to enable us to meet your ref- Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Ross, ell. Their parents, Mr. & Mrs. erence search needs. Mr. & Mrs. Harold Toplfff and Dan Jacobs & Justin, Joined New book in the library are: Adam spent the week visitingthem for the weekend. Other Lilian Braun's bestselling Dr. & Mrs. Frank Ross in guests over the weekend were mystery, 'The Cat Who Said Washington State. Amy kept Mr. & Mrs. Mark Wilson & Cheese," Clive Cussler's book, her big sister, Angela, busyboys. "Shock Wave" and Gary while her parents were gone. GreetersSundaywereAlfred Paulsen's sequel to "ratchet," - _ _. = "Bryan's Winter." II , ,, [] & Karen Herredsberg. StoryHourchildrenenJoyed Shop in Jewell County... and you can be Mr. & Mrs. Dec Wichers, their trip to the Post Office this [I back home within a short time to work or relaxI II endCZad'in KansasNeb" spentwith therelatives.week- week. , Mr. & Mrs. George 'Vander [ L [ Giesen retumed home from OVEWELL - WEBBER BY JOAN DIAMONV Texas, where they spent the Mr. & Mrs. Ken Garst at- Downs, and Shirley & Michael had the devotions and enter- winter. Set your clock ahead one Saturday, Mr. & Mrs. Bert Diamond, Ashley & Emily Ernst, Mankato, went to Kear- ney, Neb. to visit Mr. & Mrs. Mark Butts & Ertn. They at- tended the state competition of the Odyssey of The Mind, which Erin Butts was a par- ticipant and Becky Butts was a leader of the team. Mr. & Mrs. Bill K/dd, Pueblo, Cola, visited over the weekend with their parents, Mr. & Mrs. Chuck Folwer, and took their children back home with them after a week's visit in Kansas. :!'i:ii!:i~ :::ii::Q: :,: : ii ; !iiiiii i : .,.% An'nual Percentage Yield $5,000 Rate Effective 4-2-96t !i 1:5 96 *Consumer Dep0:sJt :! nJy* i~il;i:iii:~:ii *Penalty may be imposed for:i a!:!y withdrawal ::iiiilili Please askamember df our :: ====================== :::: ..... :%, " ! ............ ' ...... :: BELOIT m FORJdOSO m GLEN ELDER m M~ Mankato 913-878-3162 * Fomoso 13-794-2211 N Beloit 913-738-4044 * Glen Elder 913.545-3211 * Tipton 913-373-4135 "' ' " -'- ............ Membe/FDIC light Savings Time. Sunrise Services at Tanis Hills, Sunday morning, 6:45 a,m. Gale Mikkelsen Real Estate MIKKEISEN-Broker, Kansas & Nebraska MARIE MIKKELSEN, Sales- person Superior, Nebr. 879-4464 BARBARA BO'mWELL Salesperson 378-3833 ~fl~LJ, kTd]~t~LHouse to be moved, Located In Sinclair Township, Jewell Co., KS. Call for detalls. Com- pleted remodeled home located at 325 S. High, Mankato-2 bed- rooms, large Ilvlng room, large dining room with bay window, kitchen has nice built-in cup- boards. Large family home - over 2,000 sq. ft. in this spacious home located at 320 S. Uncoln, Mankato. ff has 3 bedrooms, ,~oaclous family room with fireplace, full basement, 2- car garage, This home has ex- ceptlonal quality and many ex- tras. Call for a showing. ~BMLI&Ii~L.~9~: Well maintained 2-bedroom home. Has central air & heat, full base- ment, garage. Call for more de- tails. lo- cated at 202 $. CIInfan, Mankato. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, cen- tral heat & air, located on nice corner lot. Fo~ lot= located on W. South Street. Monkata Vent nice 2 =tone horrm In Jewell, located at 209 N. Columbus, Has3 bedrooms, 1 112 baths, large family room, The house has new masonite siding, 2 car detached garage and is on a large lot. 4.6 acres east edge of Monkata on Hwy 36. Coil for de- tails, 309 $. Center, Mankato. Over 1700 sq. ft. of Ilvtng space In this very attrocttve, older 2 story, 4 bedroom home. All rooms re- cently remodeled. Would make a great family home. We are also available for auc- tions of all types whether real estate or personal property. - 428-3415 evenings - all welcome Program: Lovewell Lake activities & First Responders' work If You aren't called & would like to attend, call Christian Church t I D Meets Mon., April 8 - 7 p.m. Jewell Chamber of Commerce 95 IO Vycke Garman 113 E. Main, Mankato 913-378-3611 Farm Bureau Insurance FAR~ BUREAU MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY ~ KF~ INSURANC~ CO~PANV K~NSAS FAR~ BUREAU LIFE INSURANCE COMPAN V F8 SERVfC~ S INSURANCE AGENCY Disability Income Protec!ion Works When You Can't. JEWELL C'OUNTY 1 POST FAX: 913 378-3782 Cross. Alvah, Menhusen will run for Co. Supt. of Schools. Max Walker has leased the Standard Off Station. Curtis Marston Is the new Christian minister. Ord, Neb., sponsored by the Elks Club for Al Curry, last Sunday. Eric Garst was home on Spring Break from college. Donna Mart attended the Courtland Art Show at the school, Sunday. Dwight ac- companied her visited Bill Sales: Mr. & Mrs. Keith McKeown and Dan had an Easter dinner at their home, Sunday. At- tending were Mr. & Mrs. Gall Bartley, Susan Hoard & chil- dren, Concordia, and Estella McKeown. Recent visitors of Mr. & Mrs. Delbert Rothchfld were Mr. & Mrs. Roy Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Delmar Rothchild & Shea, Margaret Warren had her son, Doug Warren, and step- daughters, Melanie & Haley Wilson, over for Sunday din- ner. Mr. & Ms. Ivan Van Meter went to Mt. Hope Saturday to visit their father, Chester Van Meter. They were overnight guests of Norma Dull, Hutch- inson, and returned home Sunday. Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Van Meter visited their brother-in-law, Otto Renken, Hutchinson, Sunday, to celebrate his 80th birthday. The Lovewell Service Club met with 11 members present at the home of Audrey Dia- mond,Thursday. Iva Rothchild