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RATE CARD Advertising: per column inch. Frequency and volume dis- count rates available upon request.,e Advertising: 5: per word 1st insertion. $1.00 minimum charge. per word each addition- al week; 75c minimum. Display: $1.00 per inch. 20c charge for billing for classified ads. of Thanks Memorials: ;1.00 Will continue 2 year warranty on all 1976 mer- chandise sold between now and January 3. Free pocket radio with purchn e of Console or Portable Color TV. Phe 378-31 III FOR SALE '76 CHATEAU CLUB WAGON 12 passenger '76 MAVERICK FORDOR IX)O, V-8 '76 F150 PICKUP Jade Explorer '76 LTD FORDOR Lite Gold '76 F150 PICKUP Centermial Option '76 COBRA H V-8 and 4 Speed 10c per line FOR SALE: The Greg & Don- na Diamond home Newly constructed Shown by appoint- Sales tax collected on all ment after 4:00 p.m. 378-3377. )tions in Kansas. The 48if (including tax): $6.18 year in Jewell and thel ......... -J 7 ALd " nearoom home, rand kg countms; $7. 31r __.. _. __ ! ;,, U' nsas / ooume garage wlm saopI rV '~& . ...... larea, cornet' lot. 215 So. Center,[ AVAILABLE to accom- Mankato. Shown by appoint-J date mobile homes. Gas Imerit. Call Mrs. Jerome Mc-I water furnished. Inquire |Coley, 3783878. tl'l| Sleepy Hollow Motel and J Court, Mankato, Kans., FOR SALE: Rox Orange King 378-3165. 49t4 seed. Archie Tucker, Burr Oak. Phone 5874631. ' 50t2 RENT OR SALE: Walk- crutches, wheelchairs, ato Pmfe.sslon lrmacy. Phone 378-3142. 18tf and AL-ANON meetings at Ks. For further in- call: 374-4462; 794- 2; 527-2125; 527.5095; 335- 8. 25tf ANYONE wanting to take pri- vate swimming lessons, con- tact Barb Buster, Phone 378- 3615. 50t2" WANTED: 16 year old boy wants after school and sum- met job. Jon Re hmert, Phone 378"3324. 50t2" FOR SALE: 4-bedroom modern ME for any Shaklee home in Jewell, well located. which consists of Vernon Treffer, Broker. 50t2 cosmet- '76 TORINO HARDTOP Limited Edition '76 GRANADAFORDOR V-8, White '76 MAVERICK TUDOR Sharp '75 PINTO WAGON Automatic '72 FI00 PICKUP Ranger '72 FIO0 PICKUP Custom SCHUETTE MTR. CO. LEBANON, KANSAS "Exclusively FORD" An Types Roof Rear Hot Asphalt Mopping Reasonable Rates Guaranteed Work50t4 Free Estimates BOYER ROOFING Ph. - Bdlevflle, Ks. supplements. available. Edith FOR SALE: 1969 Delta 88 Olds- mobile, good condRion, air WANTED: Custom Ba alin and 378-3434. 49f conditioned, good tires, low alfalfa to put uponsnares. price. Must sell immediately. Big bales or square bales. Con- AUCTION tact Greg or John Flavin, 725- 2nd and 4th Mondays. 21 Call John Lehman, 378-3391. 50t2" 3395, Esbon. 48t14 welcome. Contact Norris Auction Co., (402) a 3good in Superior, or Aaron WANTED: Janitor, inside and FOR SALE: M F outside work. Apply Harmony shape, $475.00. 378-3974, Mankato. 18tf Ur ted Methodist Church, 378- 50t1" 3269 or 378-3196. 50if YOUR CRANE and Dozer FOR SALE: 1964 Great Lakes call 374-4241. Leece FOR SALE: EaHy American Mobile Home. For informa- LeeCeKa Dra.gline Service,36tf Hide-A-Bed - new upholstery tion call 7814947 Cawker City. and new foam cus ons. Studio 50tl* for sale, nanc- couch. Several chairs. ' Hancock available. Ricb E. Upholstery, 503 N. West. 50t2 PUBLIC AUCTION: There will be a public auction of 28tf HELP WANTED: Employee to household goods of Mr. and adding work in small tool and die Mrs. Merle Semke in the Auc- for rent. Supply department. Must be experienc- tion House on North Highway Good condition. Rental ed with tool and die, jig and 14, Superior, Nebr., starling at on sale price. Royal fixture building and fit up. Also 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, 18. and manual machines willing to do work on prototype Partial list includes: almost new adders with products. Must have operating new refrigerator, automatic :tk See at the Record experience on milling mach- washer, antique chest, oak Mankalo. 28tf ines, lathes, grinders, MIG and dresser, library table, lots of arc weld'hng. Mail resume to: good tools, 1954 GMC pickup RENT: A 2 bedroom Richardson Mfg. Co. Inc., Caw- with less than 50,000 actual and a 1 bedroom ker City, Kansas 67430. 50t2 miles. Many more items too central heating and numerous to list. Auctioneers, carpeted, bath GET YOUR NORELCO RAZ- Ray Norris and Aaron Murray. E. Burns. OR sharpened. 2 blade, 75c; 50tl 3 blade, $1.00. Bert Henry, Leb- SALE: Registered Polled anon, Kansas. 48t3" WANTED: Someone for tractor field work. Contact Don How- make our Bicentennial Quilt Project a great success. I wanttoexpress mythanks to the many friends and rela- tives for your cards, letters, visits, flowers and your pray- ers while I was in the Jewell County Hospital and since re- turning home. Many thanks, also, to Ors. Schlotterback and Kimball, the nurses and hos- pital staff for the splendid care they gave me. -Edgar Glover. I wish to take this means to thank each one for the vis- its and cards while inNuckolls County Hospital and the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings, Nebr. I also wish to thank the hospital staff for the excellent care. Thank you so much. -Ceph Wilde. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Dr. Flow- man, the Kleppinger Ambu- lance Service, the nurses and aides and all who took such wonderful care of me while I was at the Mitchell County Hospital, and for the cards, letters, flowers, gifts, phone calls and visits by Rev. Snider, relatives and friends while there. -Lucy Wiley. I am home' now for awhile and will take this means to thank everybody. As my eyes are too bad to read or write, I cannot thank each one in a card. Thanks to the Formoso Club for the goodies and my basket. A special thanks to Bob and Cathy Clark for the telephone service. I can never repay them for leaving their own work so many times todo things for me. Thanks toBrad Keeler for the help. Thanks again. -Mrs. Jack E. Clark. Thanks for all the cards for Masses and memorials we received after the death of our dear ones. -William J. Kimminaus. LEAGUE STANDINGS AS OF FRIDAY, APRIL 29 Splits: M. Neilson, 9-10; L. Dewey 4-7-10; D. Bartley, 4-5; P. Vo- boril, 2-7; C. Mueller, 5-10, 3- 10; N. Berg, 3-10; M. Basart, 3-4-7; A. Neilson, 4-5; I. Oft- man, 3-7-10; N. Berg, 2-5-7; O. Garman, 5-10; L. Right- meier, 3-10; R. Hamilton, 2- 7; S. Ozmun, 3-10; B. Nelson, 3-10; S. Partridge, 4-5-7; R. Oliver, 3-10; E. Grant, 3-10; G. Minear, 5-8-10,3-10; T. Thummel, 2-7; R. Cole, 4-7- 8-9,5-7. REDSTONE'S LEAGUE Team Standings: V.F.W., 97 1/2-38 1/2; Moores Api- aries, 78-58; Dulxlue, 71-65; Mankato Cabinet, 55-81; Kra- nleffs, 55-81; Ranch Bowl, 51 1/2-84 1/2. High Individuals: G. Mc- Atee, 524; A. Berg, 503; A. Smith, 497; M. Hulbert, 206; G. McAtee, 202; G. McAtee, 202. ASTRON AUTOS LEAGUE Team Standings: Superior Auto, 79 1/2-56 1/2; Esbon Grain Co., 77 1/2-58 1/2; Burr Oak Plumbing, 76 1/2- 59 1/2; Knights of Columbus, 72-64; R. & K. Shopper, 62- 74; Don's Electronics, 40 1/2- 95 1/2. High Individuals: B. Dillon, 556; Go Cosand, 553; M. Alex- ander, 545; L. McKinnis, 223; G. Cosand, 204; E. Pate, 203. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 13, 1976 CLASSICAL LEAGUE Team Standings: R-K Shopper, 99-37; Burr OakHer- ald, 80-56; Ranch Bowl, 75 1/2-60 1/2; Jewell County Record, 54 1/2-81 1/2; Dick's TV, 52-84; LehrHng, 47-89. High Individuals: Faith Stroup, 503; Joyce Bradrick, 444; Midge Oliver, 435; Joyce Bradrick and Faith Stroup, 180 Joanne Freeman, 176; Faith Stroup, 173. TUESDAY SIX LEAGUE Team Standings: Walker Grain, 93-39; Mankato Live- stock, 76 1/2-55 1/2; Hills Construction, 62-70; Midway Co-op, 62-70; Cosand Auto- motive, 53-79; Jewell County Hospital, 50 1/2-81 1/2, Mrs. C. Summers Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Web- ber and Cameron, Glasco, were Saturday night and Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ortman of Lindale, Tex., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun for a few days. Mrs. Keith McKeown, Lynette and Susan called on Friday afternoon on Mrs. Da- vid Demaray. Mrs. Jim Healey was a Sunday afternoon caller on Mrs. Ella Summers. Paul Rathbun was in Enid, Okla., Thursday and Friday and dinner for the retired employees of the Champlin Company. Guests Monday noon of Mrs. Eleanor Crispin at the Leslie Hotel were Mr. and Mrs. F4oyd Sisson, Mr. and Mrs. OUie Wilson, Mrs. Anna Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mrs. Violet Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Crispin, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cris- pin. Members of the V. Club ladies and their husbands all met Tuesday evening at the Buffalo Roam for supper and a card party. Mark Intermill, Mrs. Wade Kahlmann and Joseph of Man- hattan visited Mr. and Mrs. Myron Intermill Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ortman of Lindale, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rathbun, Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hansen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mason and faro- fly, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rath- bun and Heidi, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller, and Ruth and Wal- don Rathbun all enjoyed din- ner Sunday at Lovewell Lake. Dwayne McKeown of Clay Center was a Saturday over- night guest of the Keith Mc- Keown family. Callers the past week at the Tom McKeown home were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sis- son, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bar- gen, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Langer. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hansen were Tuesday evening callers at Marvin Webbers. Mr. and Mrs. Erich HeR- man were Sunday evening sup- per guests of the Venon Grauerholz family near Bry- where he attended a meeting -on. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mc- Keown and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I II IIIIIII LAND BANK LOANS: Tried & Proven Farmers are finding the Land Bank:s Long Credit Services of nearly 59 years m a repuum e farmer owned agency, whose loans are tailored to meet modern agriculture's increased credK demands. The long term land loans offer terms, rates and services which are specialized for your area and your farm. Come and visit our professional credit men: Roger K. Colby, President or Galen Wunsch, Vice President at your nearest field oCfice or call the headquarter office 243-4689 at Concordia and arrange for an appointment. Field office in your area is: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 1.'4)0 m 3; 0 P,M, City Hail,. Mank to,. . I "Serving Agriculture By Air" Bulls, serviceable NEED YOUR LAWN MOW-ard, 378-3787. 50t2 [ I)empsey, Man- ED? Call Chuck or Barrie --- 378-3606. 36tf Murphy at 3784267.492* WANTED: To give swimming lessons. Contact Brenda RAL GOOD-USED color Pickle, 5874136, or contact Mrs. sets. 1969 solid state swiv- cabinet model. Dick's double oven gas range, and Betty Tyrell, 378-3288. Wards 23,000 BTU window air conditioner. Phone 378-3943 or FOR SALE: 1973 Kawasaki SALE: ll-ft. Excel pick- 378-9994. 49~ age, $395; 1969 Honda motor- camper, like new, corner motorcycle, 175cc, low mile- Gory Hancock. Call 378- FOR SALE: Assortment of cycle, 350cc, with wrap-aroand or see Ross Hancock. 40tf hedge posts Michael N. Peters, 913/794-24Q 492 windshield, low mileage, $395. WANTED: Full-time -- Call 378-3755 evenings. 49#2 art-time cooks and wait- FOR SALE: Farm wagon - at re-opened Frontier equipped to be drawn by SUMMER WORK WANTED. Tim Gouldie, Phone 378-3842. Mankato. Contact Be- horses Sidney Dillinger, Ionia, 492* Book your Thistle spraying early. This is the time Kneisler, 378-3896, or Phone 786-3333 492 Diamond, 378-3868. 48t4" ENVELOPE ADDRESSERS FOR SALE: WD45 Tractor and WANTED! For information YOUR SWATHING 9-ft A-C Mower Jim Page, send self-nddressed stamped round baling needs 794-2279 " 492" envelope to h{ eberg Ctmse, Richard or Terry Mc- ' Bulls Bridge, Wmgdale, N. Y. at 913/875-8592 or THE SARAH CIRCLE Gigantic 12594. 49t4 - mornings, noons or Bake and Rummage S. 49t20" with a coffee bar, Friday, 14, 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Armory. 49t2 BIG FLEA MARKETS SUNDAY, MAY 16 Belleville, Kansas SUNDAY, MAY 23 Cancordia, Kansas Antiques Crafts National Guard Armories t2" CAN HELP YOU have summer vacation of your Make excellent earn- o rt-time selling essa, Erving and and Randall. 7-3493 right away. 50t3 FOR EVERY FARM- who owns a One-Way, to check Wheat for mustard and weeds. Call Collect 918-378-3829 (Residence) 913-378-9992 or 913-378-3942 (Airport) The Athena Club wishes to thank all those who helped to AIRPORT MANKATO, KS. Dedicated To Those We Serve. Phone Night or Day: 378-3211 Mankato, Kansas Serving Mankato and Burr Oak For Service Call Collect 52%5070 EUNICE HUGHES Area Representative Phone 378.3760 Mankato PALIKER BROTHERS GRANITE COMPANY HOLDREGE, NEBRASKA 915-4477 I I CUSTOM OR FACTORY BUILT CABINgT8 UPHOLSTERY - FURNITURE REPAIR Bring in your Wooctworking Problema , Pk /&4m55 Drill or other disc-type Have them sharpened the Amy Portable Disc For prompt on the service, call Mankato & Machine, Phone cow "If It's Really O xl, lt's DeKalb" Corn Alfalfa # Forage Sudax . Green Bug Resistant Sorghum E59 Plus, C42A Plus, C42Y Plus Your DeKalb Dealer Burr Oak, Kan s Page 7 - Section 2 Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Owen have purchased the Dr. Peter- son home on High St. and are redecorating before they move in. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ort- man have bought the former Owen home' on E. North St. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McElroy of Randall and Mrs. Lenore SmRh were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McElroy. THRIVE OH This is the sorghum that likes our soil and climate, Every grower should plant some. Just be sure your combine is hungry RICHARD GATES 587-258S BURR OAK ..j Get your order in to Weed and Feed your Milo. We have a few bags of Green Bug Tolerant Milo on hand. 587-4795 587-2,505 Burr Oak Several Lots with old house 26 City I. ts, north end -- and shed, lots of nice large could make nice place to set trees - now available, a home on, rest lots could Beautiful new home, 3 or 4 bedroom, 2 car garage, concrete and steel reinforced storm collar, sundeck, sliding glass doors, carpeted, dish- washer, garbage disposal, new washer and dryer, rec- marion room, 60 foot anten- na, central air - too many nice features to list - call for an appointment. be place to keep couple of calves, or a home. Could be a nice view south for your picture window. Have a party wanting a quarter with improvements. 2 bedroom home, garage, nice lot, in quiet part of town, very low taxes, priced to sell. 3 or 4 bedroom home, large 2-bedroom home, large kit- lot, small down payment, chen, full basement, carpet- owner will carry balance. ed. Large garden area. 4-bedroom home, basement, AUCTIONS (Farm, Laud, large living room, large din- Antlnue ere ) mg room, carpeted kitchen," ' " " home new carpet in bedrooms, nice Split-level nearoom , sewing room, 2.story. near-new 20.x20 fam.il room ..... addition, fuuy carpeteo, z car story, 2 vearoom, car- ara e on ground floor port, newly painted outside, painted and papered inside, Need immediate ..H e and 2 outside porches, new roof, Farm Lkstings in me uurr anterma, basement. Oak,' Jewell and Formom 1 story, 2 ,b " Nyn home, areas: approxlm ' k 'e, small Nice two bedroon) me, down pay lk 1 .,Jn pay like garage, on pavement, all on rent. ground level. Aaron Murray, Broker - 1-378-3974 Jack Bradrick, Salesman - 1-378-3953 Full Line of '76s In Stock! 1972 Impala 1969 VW - 4,000 miles on new motor 1968 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-Door 1968 Pontiac 1967 Camaro 1966 GTO 1965 Impala - air 1974 Ranchero 1973 Chevrolet Ton - automatic 1973 Ford Ton - 4 speed 1972 Ford Ton - V-8, automatic 1970 IHC Ton - V-8, automatic, air 1970 Chevrolet Ton - V-8, automatic, air 8' Slide-ln Camper - stove, ice box I