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Page 10 - THE JEWELL COUNTY POST - Wednesday, June 24, 1992 Movies Crest Twin Cinema and Video Superior, NE I ------- June 26-July 2 HARRISON FORD II A PARAMOUNT PtCTURE [] JOHN GOODMAN A UNIVERSAL RELEASE Contestants wanted for Kansas Biggest Rodeo Queen contest Promoters of the 1992 Phillipsburg Rodeo Queen Contest are calling on all single girls between the ages of 16 and 23 who are interested in representing Kansas Biggest Rodeo to come to Phil- llpsburg July 30 to compete in the 7th annual queen contest. The contest will be held at 9 a.m. at the Phillipsburg Rodeo arena. The 1992 Queen will be announced July 30, during the opening night of the 63rd annual rodeo. She and her two runners-up will participate in the rodeo all three nights, as well as the rodeo parade August 1. Anyone interested in entering the contest is asked to contact Lori Ferguson at RR 3 Box 81A, Phillipsburg, 67661, phone 913-543-5856; Robin or Lori Jackson, Glade, KS 67639, phone 543- 5701; or Carol Fischer, RR I Box 42B, Phillipsburg, 67661, phone 543-5628. Entries are due by July 17. Cloud County Fair commercial exhibits The commercial exhibits at the Cloud County Fair in Concordla will open August 18 and will close April 22. The commercial exhibits will agalnbe coor- dinated by the Ag Division of the Con- cordia Chamber of Commerce in coop- eration with the Cloud County Fair Board. For more information, contact Larry Blochlinger at the Concordla Chamber of Commerce (243-4290). The entertainment lineup for the fair features the Bellamy Brothers, Diamond Rio, Lou Diamond Phillips and the Pipefltters, the Demolitian Derby, and motorcycle races. Coming July 3 PATRIOT GAMES NIGHTLY 8 & 10" I I I STUDIO TRAVED f/S- ?..W'-~ltto II I II II I "A Se~ce The Clock Shop In SympathyN Blachly & Buoy Funeral Directors I ~a's Men. to Frl. 9-5 1 Sat. 9-4 101 N. Commercial = Mankato - 378-3011 iiiii i J We restore your old fatally clocks to years of useAllneu. Estimates Given Ralph Spiegel, Owner Box 36, Formosa Phone 739-2347 L Paow O IS-,T/t~.~IW !. CROP INSURANCE MuL'rIoPERIL, HAIL Wilson's Insurance Co. Jim and Loretta Wilson RR 1, Box 49 "IKankato, It ed3956 Family Optometry Care 2204 M. Street BeSevme Phone 913-527-2965 HOUI~ 8-5 Mort. to Fd, 8-12 noon on Sat. Evenlngs by apt. New Patients Welcomel Dewey Electrical Service For all your residential wlrlng, and small appllance repalrs, call 378-3020. Reasonable Rates! Troy Dewey 309 S. Center, Mankato Sheahan Associates L/re & Heath/nd/vldual or group Insuronce Investment for now or mf#~ment Lvneil Sheahan - Randall 739-2226 or 428-3644 Walker Construction Conservation Contractor Bared In Randall Home Phone 738-3231 or 738-3652 Johnny & Joleen Walker I~. I, Belolt 67420 Bartsch Electric SALES & SERVICE 8-12 / 1-S Men. thru Frid. 8-12 Sat. 218 Delaware J=wll - Tom~ Hwy 14 - Jewell 428-3227 Open 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. 7 Days a week Meeds. Itasclm -Iee Cream Moser Plumbing Leroy Moser Mankato, Ks. Backhoe and Trenching Sewer and Drain Cleaning 378-3719, 794-2355 days 378-3390 nights III I I Swisher Chiropractic Health Care Clinic 207 4 North Mill, BeD# HOURS Men. Wed. Fri. 8-6 Tuo. ~3:30 CIo~KI Thursday Deer applications July 1-10, changes The application period for all fire- arm/deer hunting permits runs July 1- 10, and Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks application forms note sev- eral changes from last year. New for 1992, a "hunter assist cou- pon" will be required to drive or herd deer for another hunter. Coupons are a part of the permit, so a deer permit is required to drive or herd deer for an- other. Those who have filed a permit must cut the coupon--lower right-hand corner--from their permit and carry it with them while driving or herding deer for another. It is illegal for someone who has filled their permit and is driving deer for someone else to possess arch- ery or firearm equipment. Under no circumstances may one person shoot deer for another. Finally, once a permit has been filled, the animal's head must accompany the carcass while in transit from the site of kill to the permit holder's residence or processing place. For 1992, application and season dates apply to the following permits: Statewide and UnitArchery-Purchase permits July 1-Dec. 31. Season runs Oct. l-Dec.1 and Dec. 14-31. Firearms- Application period is July 1- I 0. Season runs Dec. 2-13. Muzzleloader-Application period is July 1-10. Season runs Sept. 19-Sept. 27 and Dec. 2-Dec. 13. All last year's applicants should have received 1992 applications, and the Department requests that these appli- cations be used. Other applicants can obtain forms from Department offices, county clerk's offices or local license vendors. A September application pe- rlod for leftover deer permits may be announced after the initial drawing for regular firearms permits. Hunt-own-land, statewlde regular firearms and permit holders may purchaSe l lerless-only unit archery apply for a leftover firearms addition, these permit purchase as many as two only deer game tags for unit game tags may be ment in the archery, the firearms season and are~ from department regional most state 31. Proof of original permit provided. it is illegal for hunte~ own-land, regular firearms loader permit and archery permit. Landowners will be tions for their first permit purchase a guaranteed permit for $10.50, a $15.50 landowner firearms permit. The permit allows hunting owned or operated by the acres minimum required). owner/tenant regular allows the holder to hunt the management unit he for, but his land must be However, the landowner lar firearms permit is not Applications for permits obtained through the Pratt more information, contact Box 54A, Pratt, KS 67124, (~ 591 I, or contact a local office. Business and Edward's Electric Residential and Farmstead Wiring Reasonable Prices Experienced 428-3508 .lewell B B Care Randall, Kansas Noon Specials p/es, ro//s HOURS Mm.. Vd. 7.'30 - 4:00 Sat 7:30-11:30 ,~.M. Closed Sunday Bob & Betty St. John I Lori's His & Hers Salon 205 Commerclal, Mankato -Mo~. thurs. & Sat. - Tues. Wed. & Frl. Phone 378-3434 SMALL ENGINE REPAIR Tune, Repair, Overhaul Lawn Mower Service Chain Saw Repair & Sharpening Max's Repair 428-3698 610 Main, Jewell Kramer Funeral Home 402 N. Hlgh, Mankato 913-378-3211 ~ G. t4~ Eldon BUS. Ph.~ Carpent~' John W. Bleecker DDS Office Hours: Mankat~ - ~4:3Q p.M. Monday - Wednesday 123 N. Commercial 378-3103. Office 378-3855, Residence Belleville - 8-4.30 P.M. Tuesday - Thursday 2316 G. Street 527-5683 McDOLE All Types Soil 246 N. Elm - Hayes .402-746.2670 After hours