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Page 20. THE JEWELL COUNTY POST -Wednesday, June 24, 1992 Rate Card Display $.dvertist~ $2.50 per column inch Chuudfled Advertbdng I0 per word, $3.00 minimum $1.00 for billizql added Card of Thanks Up to I0 lines $2.50; 10 per extra llne $1.00 for billing added Poetry: same as Card of Thanks Call 378-3191 to place your ad SERVICES fill l l Let us SHARPEN YOUR HOUSEHOLD SCISSORS. Coast to Coast, Mankato 26-TFC COAST-TO-COAST has the Rlnss-N- Vac avall~bls. 26-TFC CUSTOMER FAX SERVICE available at Coast to Coast. 26-TFC I I Work Wanted We do living trusts. Call 1-800-642- 1349. Svaty, Sherman and Hofh~an, Ellsworth, KS. 38-4p l l Ill For Sale or Re~t ATTRACTIVE, COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS. All maintenance pro- vlded. Manksto Housing Authority. E.O. H. 378-3017 or 378-3505. 26-TFC FOR SALE OR RENT: Walkers, Crutches, Wheelchairs, Canes, Mankato Professional Pharmacy. Phone 378-3183. 26-TFC For Sale I Drouth Stress a problem in your grain sorghum? Plant T.E. Y60 from Golden Acres. It can take the stress and produce respectably or produce record yields under favorable conditions. Contact Montross Grain, 794-2217. 38-1p Wiil wireworms be a problem In newly plentsd sorghum fields this spring? Use ISOPRO SEED TREATMENT to insure protection against wireworms. Boost your profits with ISOPRO. Contact Men- trose Grail 794-2217. 38-1p Just arrived! New selection of dace- ratlve baskets. We also have a large selection of silk and dried flowers for arrangements. Flags and patriotic nap- kins for July 4th celebrations. Town and Country Variety, Mankato. 38-1p Seeding Alfalfa this Spring? Plant Star Brand A-100 alfalfa for top yields, dis- ease and pest resistance, and an ace- heroical price. Contact Midway Coop, Mankato 378-3116, Lebanon 389-5311, Bellaire 389-6311. 38-1 p Large Amana air conditioner 350. Sharp carousel microwave oven, almost new. Murrell Graham, 913-378-3497. 38-1p Sumac Cane and Soybean seed, :,~lssned and bagged. Good germination. Calvin Bohnert, 913-428-3558. 35.4c Top Grain Sorghum Yields, That's what you get when you plant T.E. Y75 from Golden Acres. Contact Kountry Kornar, Dick Willmeth, Jewell, KS, 428- 3505. 38.1p Goldmaker Hybrid Forage is a high quality hybrid forage sterile. Priced at $24.65 per 50 pound bag. This hybrid will produce very sweet hay. Contact Koun- try Korner, Dick Willmath, Jewell, KS, 428-3505. 38-1p DISC ROLLING-Increases blade size by 1/2 inch. 10 years experience. Work guaranteed. No mileage charged. David Murray. 913-475-2052. 26-16p Terraces and waterway. Rebuilding terraces by the foot or hour. Free esti- mates. Contact Lynn Winslow, phone 389-3711. 36-5c Will do swathing, round and wire tie square baling. Round baling $5.50 per bale and square is 50 per bale. Rodnsy Ward, 913-875-3989. 36-4c For Rent Apartments for rent. North side of Mankato. For more Information call 378- 3876. 30TFC Nice two bedroom apartment at the Loft Apartments. Contact Larry or Ronda est. 378-3426. 36-TFC Notice Burr Oak Craft Shop July hours are Monday, Tuesday and Friday 8:30-12 NOON. 38-2p Card of Thanks Help Wanted NOW HIRING men and woman for production work in RV manufacture. New Compatitlve Wages. Apply in person. Monday through Friday. Paterson Indus- tries Inc., E. Highway 36, Smith Center, Ken. 26TFC Someone to disc and use my tractor, disc and baler. Don Howard, 378-3787, Mankato. 37-2c Continue from page 2 4.H Family ciaUon, and 4-H wrote evidence of the for the Langers came Co. 4-H Family of the audience rose and We, too, applaud the of the Langer family and the 1992 Kansas 4-H Year. Many thanks for all remembrances received during my hospital stay. Curtis Dletz 38-1p My sincere thanks to our neighbors, friends and relatives for their telephone calls, cards, visits and offers to help. Also, thanks to the nurses.from Jewell who were so caring whlla I was In the hospital. Clarence Topliff 38-1p ttt Special thanks to all my friends and relatives for remembering me with flow- ers, cards, letters, food, personal visits Kansas 4-H Family of the Year was awarded to the Langer family from Jeweil County of rural Superior. right: Bill Riley, Ks. 4-H Foundation Executive Langer, Larry Langer, Lisa fLanger) Boyles, Frank Langer, C.R. Salmon, 4-H & Youth Assistant Director. Thank You! To everyone who attended our 40th Sellabratton. We would also and prayers, while I wee in Aabury Hos. tion to the community for their fine patronage for pltal and since mtumilg home. They were greatly appreciated. ,~ years. Maxile Kissilger ~ Best wishes for a good harvest. Electricity from the heavens waged a See us if you have need for harvest war early Tuesday mornilg that WaS Betty and Calvin possibly the cause of the fire that com- pletely destroyed the Chst Hanson farm home. We wish to thank everyone for the many ways they showed they cared. We Jewell wish to especially thank the Mankato Fire Department. We also wish to thank Dr. Kimball, the Jewell County Ambu- lance crew, and the nurses at the Jewell County Hospital for their special com- passionate care. At a time like this one feels grateful he lives in a small commu- nity. Chat and Virginia Hanson and their families. 38-1p et/i I would like to thank all my friends who sent me cards and flowers while I was in the hospital at Saline. Each one made the hospitalization more bearable Thank You. Chuck Fogs 38-1 p Your news is important to you and to us. To insure having it in the paper, please get items to us on Thursday or Friday. Box 305, Mankato 66956 and Seeding Phone: 647-6831 ( home & office) Can call collect If no answer call 647-5111 I II I Beginning July Our grocery flyers will be inserted in the Solomon Valley Kier's T Mankato Open 7 days a week! Men. - Sat. 8-7, Sundays 10-6