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~is ist Classified g Legals Thank Yous Professional For Rent FOR RENT: Attractive, comfortable apartments. All maintenance provided. Mankato Housing Authority. E.O.H. 378-3017 or 378-3505. 49tf RATE CARD Advertising, 3ards of and Poetry: Payment is due publication. 10 cents a word each insertion. charge Display: $3.23 per column inch Call 378-3181 to place your classified ad. l_ :v'ces .................... H CALL LOOMIS Bldg. and Electric for service. 378-3541 16tf RENT the Rinse-N-Vac carpet $12.00/4 hours, $16.00/day. st, Mankato 25if FOR SALE: Auto, Home, Health and D Insurance. 378-3298. 404tf WE SEND PACKAGES OUT UPS-Coast to Coast, "Not affiliated with UPS'. 34 EOW NOW HIRING: Men and Women production work. Apply in person. through Friday. Paterson In- East Highway 36, Smith 425tf TYPISTS-Excellent home income ad- labels. Details, send self-ad- stamped envelope. Honey, Box Charlottesville, VA 22906 !POSTAL JOBS AVAILABLEI Many Great benefits. Call 1-805- .P-2545 516-4* NOW HIRING. Travel Flight Attendants, Mechanics, :. Entry level and up. Salaries to $105K. 1-805-682-7555 ext. A-2604. GOVERNMENT JOBS. NOW HIRING in your area. $16,000-$68,000. Call 1- 805-682-7555 ext. J-2816 for current federal list. 516-4* WANTED: Actors for T. V. commer- cials; movie extras and game show con- testants. Many needed. Call 1-805-682- 7555 ext. %2556 516-4" TRAVEL FREE or on shoestring. Air couriers needed - also overseas and cruiseship help wanted. Call 1-805-682- 7555 Ext. F-2217 516-4" F0r sa'e ......... H FOR SALE: Laundromat in Manksio. Contact Jewell County Record at 111 E. Main. 378-3191 tf FOR SALE OR RENT: Walkers, Crutches, Wheelchairs, Canes. Mankato Professional Pharmacy. Phone 378- 3183 18-ff FOR SALE: Golden Acres Hybrid For- age, T. E. Haygrazer, Goldmaker Milk-a- lot, Silomaker, Hybrid Sorghum T. E. Eden, T. E. Y60, Y75 101R, X490, Cane Seed, Grass Seed, Seed Treatment etc. Contact Midway Coop, Mankato, KS 376- 3116 516-4 Northrup King KS714Y, Grain Sor- ghum-110 bushel 2 year dryland yield in K-States Republic County grain sorghum performance tests. Concep and regular treatment on hand. Milford Ost 913-378- 3616 523-2* SEIZED CARS, trucks, boats, 4 wheal- ors, motorhomas, by FBI, IRS, DEA. Available your area now. Call 1-805-682- 7555 ext. C-5037 516-4" Lost: No. 7 iron at the GOlf Course. It is a Dunlop 2400. If found please call Rodney Payne. 378-3802 59-tf FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom apartment for rent on north edge of town. For info call 378-3876. FOR RENT: One 2 bedroom apartment is available. Loft Apartments. $75 per month. Larry & Rondo Cot 378-3715 314ff FOR RENT: 2-Bedroom house for rent, south pert of town. For information call 378-3876. 411if FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 bedroom house at 214 E. Jefferson. 378-3239. Available June 1st. Art Cockroft 502-tf FOR RENT: A 3 bedroom house with enclosed garage on West Webster Street. Grace Jenkins 530-1 * WANTED To cut or trim trees b3ha~ and shrubs Call anytime 378-3072 Max Hulbert 502-6 WANTED: CEMETERIES AND LAWNS to mow in Jewell County. Con- tact Kelly, Matt or John Flavin. 378- 3851. 0307-ff For Private Swimming Lessons call Denoya Carman. 6-3625 523-3 Wanted to Buy: 1932 Mankato Year- book. Call 378-3295 Winifred Kuiken Shand 530-1 Visit in Colorado Mr. A. K. Shand and her friend Mrs. Oma Rogue, spent last week in Little- ton, Colorado, at the home of Mrs. Pogue's daughter and son-in-law Jerry and Sylvla Overran, wldle the Overtone went on a cruise from Los Angeles to Canada. While there Mrs. Shand visited her cousin Ethel Reystead Horton at Colorado Springs. Ethel manages a ............ Record Classifieds Bring beauUful 35 unit apartment house 516-4"- ~Fast Resultsl there. LORNA'S Bookkeeping and Tax Service Lorna W'dton. 113 E. 3rd, Superior, Ne. 402-879-4761 Before dm II~S Best And Upholstery Cleaning & Vicide Zadina 221 S. Commercial Manl~to, Ks. Dr Jan Thayer br Michael Keefer JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, We want to say Thank You to our family and friends for your cards and gifts, and for attending our 40th Wedding Anniversary Reception. Thanks to our cldldren and grand- children, for all you did and for the nice reception you gave us. Arnold and Pauline Relter* May God richly bless each and everyone of you who called or sent memorials and ca~rds at the time of lla's death and also since the serv- ices. They were most deeply appreci- ated. "Thank You," The family of lla Grace (Ernst) Frederick Rebekah School of Instruction Rehekah Lodg'e State Warden, Reva Jeane BeArd, held the Annual*School of Instruction" in Mankato at the VFWHallWednesday, May8th. Those in attendance from Belolt were: Coral Peck, Tiny More, Katherine Reist, Evelyn Jordan, Margaret Woddell, Janice Bulthaup, Martha Bowles, Ercelle Speaks and Joan Remus. Those from Bellevllle were: Victoria Gilbert, Alice Stegmaier, Ilene McGin- nis, I-lattleAdam_s, Al/ce Seaman, Ada Belle Tallent, andTeresaAlkire. Those attending from Mankato were: Eve- lyn Swinton, Ella Colson, Grace Jenkins, Charlotte Pletcher, Loulse Motes, Eva Sanders, Jerry Schaefer, Edna Masters, Mary Davenport and Pauline Menhusen. Those attending from Kansas City, Ks. were: Ray and Reva Jeane Beard. Enrollment started at 9:30 a.m. There was both a morning and an afternoon session. Dinnerwas served by the Catholic women in the base- ment of the church. The meeting opened in regular form. This Included the introduction of the State Warden, Reva dearie Beard, who was escorted to the Center of the floor, given the "Honors of the De- Past District Deputy Presidents were " gree'; and a corsage pinned on her. escorted to the center of the floor Shewas then escorted to a seat at the where they were Introduced, Each right of the Noble Grand. Then the recetm~anecklac~~ DistriCt OfflC~rS~i"~ li~troduced ~d " Presidents were then escorted to the given a "Hearty Welcome'. A corsage center of the floor and introduced. They were also given a necklace. The Thursday, May 30. 1991 was pinned on each one. They were: PRsident, Grace Jenkins; Vice Presl- denL Eva Sanders; Secretary, Mary Davenport; Treasurer, Ella Colson; Chaplain, Jerry Schaefer;, Jr. Past President, Victoria Gilbert; and Dis- trict Deputy President, Janlce Bulthaup. Theywere then escorted to their respective seats for holding the school. Jerry Schaefer, chaplain, of. fered a special prayer. Louise Motes {Mankato Lodge Member) gave the Welcome Address and Joan Remus (Belolt Lodge Member) gave the Re- sponse. Roll Call of the Lodge mem- hers present was taken. There were nine from Belolt, ten from Mankato and seven from Bellevine. The presi- dent appointed the committees: Reso- lutions-Theresa Alkire, Coral Peck and Evelyn Swinton, Audlt-Ercelle Speaks, Alice Seaman and Jerry Schaefer;, By-Laws-Louise Motes, Victoria Gilbert and Janice Bulthaup; Writer of Certificates, Mary Daven- port. The secretary, Mary Davenport, read the minutes of the 1990 session. The treasurer, Ella Colson, gave the treasurer's report. The assembly warden conducted the study of the unwritten work. Janlce Bulthaup invited us to BeloR for the 1991 School of Instruction. The invitation was accepted. The 1992 officers were elected. They were brought to the center of the floor and introduced. Victoria Gilbert was recommended as District Deputy President. First In the afternoon seasion was the memorial put on by the Bellevifie Lodge members for the Rebekahs who have died during the past year. Dur- ing the service Victoria Gilbert sang "In the Garden* and "Beyond the Sunset'. The whole memorial was quite Impressive. Following the memorial, Wlnifred Shand sang "Still, Still With Thee" by Harriet Beecher Stowe; "A LRtle Bit of Heaven (Ire- land}" and "Did Your Mother Come From Ireland?" She was accompa- nted by Becky Burgess. The memo- rtal and special music was open to the public. Following that the Re- bekahs reconvened under the "Pass Word'. Jerry Schaefer read the 23rd Psahn, after which she gave a prayer. Roll Call was again taken and each Lodge gave their Yearly Report. The Page II was tied. They were Coral Peck and Ella Colson and they each received a necklace. The youngest member in Years of Service was escorted to the center of the floor and honored with a necklace. She was Tiny Moore. A collection was taken for the GeneralAssembly Fund. Belolt Lodge members demonstrated "The Proper Way to Do Introductions" and the Mankato Lodge members demon- strated "The Proper Way to do Ballot- ing'. The carom/trees made their reports. The Assembly Instructor gave the Address on "Ways to Help'. She also answered a good many ques- tions. She presented ten Certificates for those who said the Secret Work. There were five who received Perfec- tion and five who recelved Merit Cer- tificates. Evelyn Swlnton, pianist, played the p/aria for the marching and singing. When the Certificates were awarded the members came to the floor, formed a circle by holding hands and sang "God Bless Amer- ica'. The meeting was closed in the Rehekah Degree. After the meeting there were refreshments consisting of cook/es and coffee. Ola Wflbeck, a Mankato Lodge member, kept the State Warden, Reva Jeane Beard and her husband, Ray, as her guests the night of May 8th and had them stay for breakfast the following morning. Reporter, Grace Jenkins ml, i l Travis Kier, son of Jim Kler of Washington, Ks., is worldng this summer at the Mankato and Wash- ington Kiers stores. Travis is a senior at Fort Hays State University. IIIII I I IIII II I DUNTZ OLDS- PONTIAC-GMC Gerald A. Dunt= Smith Center Bull. Phone 913-282-662@ & Maakato Office Open Mort. & Wed. 8 ~.m.- 5 p.m. Phone 378-3103 Bellevine Office Open Tue. & Thurs. 8 a.m. - 4".30 p.m. Phone 527-5683 NOW AVAILABLE Appliance Repmr DON PECK quan~ Ite~dm~ CAIJL 3T8-3534 Chlropractie Clinic James J. Park, D.C. OFFICJ~ HO~ Man, Tues, Wed. & Fri. 8:~0-12:00 1:30-5:30 ~aturday 9:00-1l.-00 ....... , i, m POWELL ELECTRIC Commerclal and Residential Wiring els.378-a481 CROP INSURANCE Im~L1rt-lv~mUL, BAIL W'flson's Insurance Co. BOHNERT JEWELER 209 N. 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