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!!i: i!i i ii!i i i! !::i i~i! i.i !iii: B ! ~WE~L COUNTY RECORD The Easter Bunny is givingson, helper at the preschool, Tht~rsday, Apr. 15, 1982 Easter baskets to the Learn- and Cindi Herbig, teacher at Page 8- Section 1 ing Tree Preschoolers. In the the preschool. background is Georgia Wat- EASTER BUNNY VISITS PRESCHOOLERS On Apr. 6 the Learning Tree Preschool, taught by Cindi Herbig, traveled to Mankato High School for an Easter egg hunt. The hunt was sponsored by the Man- kate National Honor Society. At ten o'clock a very special guest "hopped" into the school; the Easter Bunny had arrived. He had journeyed from Farmer Brown's garden. The Easter Bunny, alias Dennis Shoemaker, brought Easter baskets for all forty of the preschool children. He stayed and played games with the children. The Easter Bunny had to get back to his garden at ten-forty to color more Easter eggs, so all the children told him good-bye and he hopped away not to be seen again until Easter morning. CETA SUMMER JOBS REGISTRATION OPENS Registration for this year's CETA Summer Jobs for Youth program begins im- mediately, Margaret Gemaeh- lich, CETA Generalist in charge of the local program, said today. Designed to provide sum- mer work for economically disadvantaged young people between 14 and 21, Margaret Gemaehlich said the program has a starting date of June 7. Youth accepted in the pro- gram will work as recreation aides, park and landscaping helpers, child care assistants, school maintenance, clerical and library duties. The work will be done for public or pm- vate non-profit facilities. CETA summer youth em- ployment will run until Aug. 27. Participants will be paid a minimum of $3.35 per hour according to Margaret. Federally funded, the pro- gram is administered by the CETA, Balance-of-State oper+ ation of the Kansas Depart- ment of Human Resources. Margaret says that current estimates are to place ap- proximately 2,500 Kansas young people in summer jobs. This is a significant reduction from the number placed in 1981 brought about by dras- tically reduced federal funding. Young persons who are in- terested in applying may con- tact Margaret Gemaehlich 511 Broadway, Concordia, KS 913-243-4430. DO-IT-Y~ D~IGN 2OO1 Little Barn Storage 7'3" w x 12' d x 8~' h. 2008 Raised Patio Deck 12' deep x 16' long ~RSELF DII~IGN Garden Storage, Recreation Shelter 12' w x 10' d x 10' h FREE Blueprints with material purchase 1-11 " We can supply all materials SEE US TC)DA1 Easy to read blueprints - complete instructions HOWARDS IN Mankato Christian Church. CONCERT APR. 25-29 Ron and Haven have travel- Ron and Haven Howard, a ed internationally singing for husband-wife duo from Canon churches, schools, and civic City, Colo., will be appearing organizations, as well as for in concert Sunday through radio and television. As re- Thursday A~r. 25-29, at the cording artists, the Howards have six albums totheir credit Administration, willnext visit W-2 forms from ti which include songs for the Mankato on Apr. 13. Persons couple of years. If yo whole family. Ron and Haven desiring information are re- have all these pal~ will be playing several instru- quested to call at the court- people at Social SecU~ ments, in addition to their house between the hours of be able to suggest sul vocal performance. The con- 10:00 and 12:00. proofs. And rememb~ cert will include a number of If you're thinking about a good idea to apply l Mr. Howard's original com- applying for monthly Social months before your[ positions and will begin at Security retirement benefits, retirement-- so your~[ 7:30. here's some important infer- start on time. Call NOTICE mation,. When you apply, any office for more i Gene Lundgren, Represent- you'll need your Social Secur- tion. The toll free nul ative of the Social Security ity card, bi'rth certificate, and 1-800-432-3960. III I I I for Mustard Spraying in wheat and Pasture SpraY RICK HARRIS Burr Oak, Kansas 587-2115 or 587-3831 I I WE WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING AT THE MANKATO ARMORY, MANKATO, KANS. REAL Nice 5 room house located one beck east and a/~ block north of Dr.'s office in Mankato - 113 N. Lincoln Street - has central air - new roof - antenna & tower stay with house - lots of flowers & shrubbery. House may be inspected anytime after April 12 by contacting Stanley Ozmun or Aaron or Carl Murray. House will sell at 2 o'clock at the Armory. Aaron Murray, Broker ESTATE LEGAL DESCRIPTION*: Lot 3, Block 39, Original City of MankatO,I TERMS: Twenty-five (25) percent down day of sale. Balance due JulY] 1982. There will be a good clear abstract and deed furnished ta~ buyer(s). 1 TAXES: Seller will pay 1/3 of 1982 taxes prorated at the same rateas ~ taxes which were $198.1G. Seller will pay 1981 and all prior years"--t~ / POSSESSION : April 20 - upon signing a sale contract and paying of d~ payment on sale day. Buyer is to furnish his own insurance by da~.._ PERSONAL PROPERTY Hideabed sofa Vibrating l'ecliner Wicker rocker Rockers & recliners Zenith color TV with stand Dropleaf dining table 6 dining room chairs Dinette table with 4 chairs Old bedrobm set Roll-away bed Coronado washer & dryer II ft. GE deep freeze Refrigerator Roper gas range Small base cupboard Metal utility cupboard Utility table Folding chairs Bedding chest Portable sewing machine Airway cleaner Carpet sweeper Lamps Full length mirror Cm~! table Stepstonl Ironing table Steam irons Hamilton Beach mixer Blender, Electric radio Hamilton Beach blender, new 14" Electric skillet, copper lid 2 electric coffee pots Dishes Rogers silverware, service for 8 HOUSEHOLD GOODS Dresser & bench Bed Vanity & bench 2 chairs Recliner Buffet Frigidaire Roper gas range Radio Turkey roaster 2 corner what-not shelves Vanity case, American Tourister 4 over-donr hangers 4 ft. artificial Christmas tree Christmas decorations 6 ft. metal step ladder 2~/z ft. wood step ladder 75 ft. garden hose Sprinkler Briggs & stratton hedge trimmer with 60 ft. cord Wheelbarrow 4 ft. lawn sweeper Snow shovel 3 36x60 Olson rugs 1 27x54 Olson rug 1 27x52 rug Floor lamp 2 lamp shades Terms cash possession. | ~ , Deep fat fryer Kerosene lantern ~ Bath scales 2-man crosscut saw Infra-red lamp with stand l-man crosscut saw s U~ Raised toilet seat Shoe last k. New warming tray Rope wire stretchers ~ Snack sets 4-font step ladder Cooking utensils Hay knife a: Dishes & glassware Steel posts n Vases Wheelbarrow ;a Fruit jars Shovels at Pmtures Hip roof tool box n( Craft materials Garden tools " Figurines Garden hose Seashells Bushel baskets Stereoscope with pictures Many other tools, some [state m SELLERS Spades - shovels - 2 hand saws - 2 galvanized tubs - squares- ~i~ wrenches - pliers - screwdrivers - metal porch chairs - 2 night t tl ~t. treadle sewing machine - blue fruit jars - kerosene lantern - sq9 )' steamer trunk - gear speed indicator - whet stone - dressing mirr~ chrome kitchen chairs - hay knife - saw - hoe - 1O' step ladder - tool ~ brace & bit - new bits - I gal. red paint. 15 pc. granite nested picnic set 2 very old apothecary jars Large teapot Trunk, 1890's Wood potato masher 2 ft. x 2 ft. oak table, 19~ Kerosene lamp, bottle of kerosene 4 cane seat chairs Carafe Wash pan Typewriter I0 gal. earthenware jar Necktie rack Copper boiler Cast iron chicken fryer Mason jars Picnic basket 14 bar wooden clothes dryer Curtain stretchers Hand & garden tools Metal barrel Hammers - screwdrivers - rasps - files - axes - spades - shovels - ral hoes - auger - pitch fork - iron pump - 3 weed cutters - 2 garden pl0~ nails - screws, etc. Many more small articles. .O Nothing removed until settled for Not responsible for accidents rl O] le S OOf'On 378-3974 SALE CONDUCTED BY: CLERK: B.M.B. acl