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April 23, 1981     Jewell County Record
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/ L *'i! . etnph~y,.es were laying .~ f,ur inrh waler main in the :tlh'3 along the west edge of ~he sile of 1he new housing pr.jecl, belween E. Webster anlt 1~. N.rth Sts.. Friday m-rnin~ when this picture ~,'l~ taken. Raymond Lange, ~,l,,.rvis, w of the city Street and ~';ller Department, is IIIII pictured on the right beside the meter tiles, and Richard Rightmeier, left, is standing in the four-foot ditch where the water pipes will be laid. l)aw~ Jansen is operating the backht., in the process of digging the trench. All the utilities for the housing project will be under- Jewell County Commissioners are taking applications for the position of "'Jewell County Appraiser" Selected applicant will be t;rained to be a Qualified Appraiser if not ah'eady quali- fied .... Fringe Benefits -- Paid Blue Cross-Blue Shield; K.P.E.R.S.; 12 days Paid Vaca. tion; 9 days Paid Holidays. Present personal resume to County Clerks Office by Monday, April 27, 1981. All ap- plicants wili be notified for interview. IIIII I I ground. This includes electri- city and gas lines and possibly telephone. This will eliminate the present utility poles on the site. NOTICE Gene Lundgren, Repre- sentative of the Social Secur- ity Administration, will next visit Mankato on April 28. Persons desiring information Chad BanDit, left. second place, and Troy May. first place, who were the first boys to arrive at the lake at 10:50 a.m. in the Scouting Walk- A-Then. The first girl, not are requested to call at the Courthouse between 10:00 and 12:00. If you get monthly SSI checks, be sure to report any change in your income or living arrangements to social security. It may not affect the amount of your SSI cheek, but it's better to let us know as soon as possible -- so you don't get any payments you're not entitled to. Call any social security office for more information. Our toll-free number is 1-800-432-3960. Save, now, on lubricants for Farm and Business. Get special volume discounts, right now, on quality Amoco, lubricants to help keep your equipment running better, longer. Save on: Famous Amoco. 100, 200, 300 and MV motor oils Amoco. 1000 fluid Super Permalube. grease Amoco. gear lubricants Many other specialized products Give us a call. You'll like the way we do business. KRIS HOARD 378-3377 - or 378-3980 Last chance to sign up forAll-Risk Crop Insurance. Insects. They could eat the heart right oul of vour [arm, But you can protect yourseif, if you hurry, with All-Risk Federal Crop Insurance. All-Risk means you're protected from any natural hazard you can't avoid- whether it's foul weather, a plague of insects, t)r the blight of crop disease. And your policy can be tailored to your needs, You ch(x)s_e the level of coverage [hat you need to protect your future. When disaster strikes, make sure your investment doesn't get wiped out. Sign up for All-Risk Crop Insurance now. You might save yourself a lot of grief later. O~,INSO# Federal Crop Insurance tJ.S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Serving Jewel/and Republic Counties in Kansas and Webster, Nuckolls. Thayer and Clay Counties in Nebraska ~armers ~tate Bank Hardy Nebraska SuPer,or Nebraska Ik.mlM~ FJJ.. i ORMOSO BANK Fo[moso Kansas Hardy State Bank pictured, was Veronica Thelander at 11:07 a.m. Jimmie Bothwell and Mike Schlotterback, not pictured, were the third and fourth place winners for the boys. Mr. and Mrs. George Gillett of Overland. Me., sent a check for renewal of their Record subscription. F Portrait The free 8x 10 portrait is given with the compliments of our store, There is no obligation to buy addit- ional Deft fairs, but we honestly bel- ieve they will be so good, and the prices so reasonable, you will want additional copies. No charge for group portraits. Minors must be accompanied by parents. One free portrait per family, please. KIERS THRIFTWAY MANKATO, KANS. FRI., APRIL 24 il.'90 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. " i!~ fig!: Walk-A-Thon winners who money pledged per mile for received awards are pictured the boys with Brent Ost (not left to right, front row, Casey pictured), Becki Sue Snyder Enyeart. who shared the and Deane Moerer, who were honor of having the most two of the youngest walkers JEWELL COUNTY ! Thursday, Apr. 23 Page 8- from Mankato (the pictured were Nickia Tricia Moore, Marc Trent Lehrling); Betty Pletcher and Menhusen, who had money pledged per the girls Warm weather dren outdoors to reminds the Safety ment of the Kansas ment of Trans dren at play often look before crossing so it's up to drivers out for them - school and Remember, a watchful driving lifetime of regret. We will offer at Public Auction, at the Community Center, Mahaska, Kansas, on Saturday, May 2, 1 Commencing at 12:30 P.M. Tractors & Trucks 1972 IHC 966 with Cab, 3330.Hrs., Duals, W.F.E 1974 9' Dozer Blade w-66 Series Mountings, IHC 1979 White 2-105 Cab, Air, Heater, 382 Hrs. 1979 White 1710 Loader w-Bucket and Grapple Fork 1974 IHC 2-ton Truck, 1S-ft. Box, V-8 Load- ster 1600, 13,846 Miles, Hoist 1963 Chev. 60, 6 CyI., lSV~-ft. Bed, Hoist, Comb. Box with new Half Block 8x16 Heavy Duty Trailer, Tandem Wheels IHC 6-Row Planter w-Fertilizer, Herbicide No. $8 IHC 6-Row Cultivator, H53 IHC 6.Row Corn Disc 16-8 MM Drill AC 14' Tandem Disc No. 70 12-ft. IHC Chisel Plow Mounted Plow JD $pringtooth a4-ft, w.Mulch Harrow IHC S10 Semi Mount 5-16 Plow IHC Square Baler No. 46 P.T.O. A very clean sale. All field ready. Very Farm Machinery 1979 A-C M-2 Combine, Cab, Air, Header, aSS-hrs. 1980 White Self Propelled Swather, 14' Header 6200 Series, Crimper, Engine 1979 Owatonna sgs Big Round Baler 1979 White 21' Tandem Disc 271, 22" 1974 Tox-o-wix 570 Grain Dryer, S00 Bu. 1978 Speed King 60' P.T.O. 6" Auger 1974 Gholl Chopper, Single Row Attachment $- Hesston ,Row Crop Heads Mountings 3a-ft. Hutchinson 6" Elevator 1980 Kerbco Sprayer, 3-pt., 200-Gal. 30" 7-ft. IHC 100 Mounted Mower AC Power Rake Big Bale Mover Hay Hutch for G. Gleaner few small items, be on time. Sale held at Community center, Mahaska, Kansas. Lunch by Mobeska T E R MS. Cash. All property bid in at bidder's risk and cannot be removed from the premises until settled for. ( Not Responsible For Accidents) John P. Kerr & Mahaske, Kansas l,iveslcck, Real Es(ale and General Farm ,Sales Phone 913-245.3390 or 913-245-3aS4 Auctioneers Fairbury State Bank, Harold R. Siegel and Fairbury, Ne., Clerk Ph. 402.729-3651 Ph. 402-223-~ 1812 G St. Fairbury, Nebraska Beatrice, "ATTENTION JEWELL-MITCHELL R E C MEMBERS Come Have A Fun Evening With Us,l FREE BEEF BARBECUE SHORT BUSINESS MEETING REPORTS ELECTION OF TRUSTEES SPECIAL: Drawing for Microwave Oven - - Other Prizes Galore - - Cawker City High School April 24, 1981 Barbecue at 5:30 P.M. JEWELL.MITcHELL COOPERATIVE ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Mankato, Kansas