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Schaefer will build a new house on the Wyland homestead. Ezra Main sold hi~ farm to Allen Robinett for $5,000. It was through John Boaz was haul- ing out a meTry-go-round, but it proved to a new tangled hay stacker. 80 Years Ago ~Boogaart'-s general merchandise store. Jewell. was robbed of $700 worth i from Coneordia to hear the band corl- cert. Ross was drafted into playing in the trombone section. 60 Years Ago Congressman Frank Carlson made stops in Jeweil County, Jimmie Beeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beeler, plans to attend Wentworth Military Academy next fall. Calvin James' grandfather and great-grandfathet;drank water from the Fort J~well well in 1870. George James was the fi~t shoemaker in the county. He was apprenticed to a professional shoemaker in London when he was seven years old. Completing thisobli- Massey Harris tractor given at Threshing Bee A 1948 44 Standard Massey Harris tractor will be given away at the 26th Annual Antique Farm Machinery Show and Threshing Bee this weekend. The tractor was acquired from Doyle Silsby, Burr Oak. It was purchased by Silsby about 15 years ago from the Lawrence Winkel estate sale, rural Glen Elder. Silsby used the tractor for many years for drilling grass. He remembers one of his employees years ago, Roger Buckley, used the trac~or a lot. Silsby said, "It always ran goBcl and I liked to run it." The tractor will be given away m a drawing by the Jewell County Histori- cal Society. It was painted by Lloyd Johnson and othe~ restoration work was done by society volunteers, Boyd Silsby. Rex Weaverling, Healey Alcorn and Howard Herrmann.. The tractor is being displayed in the parking lot of the Central National Bank, Mankato. The drawing will take place Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Historical society accepts donations Several items have been donated recently to the Jewell County Histori- cal Society Museum. Many have been restored and are on display in the mu- seum or will be at the Antique Farm Machinery Show and Threshing Bee this weekend. Items include two sorghum presses, one from Harry Kindler, Mankato, and the other from Bud Heffner. These have been restored and will be shown this weekend. Kindler's press once belonged to his father, George Kindler, who also farmed in the Esbo~ community. The Kindler press has remained in the fam- !ly for three generations and was used m more recent years by Harry to help train donkeys. Kindler also donated a walking lister, three plows, a cultiva- tor and a horse drawn wagon. The wagon also belonged to Harry's father?. It was restored by Rex Weaverling. at Jewell. Jonson Texaco Service summer tire sale, all weather "42" $7.95, battery 6 volt $6.95. Large"Welcome toMankato" signs have bee~l installed west and east of town on US 36. Mayor ClarenceBiack and some city workers placed the signs. The signs were purchased by the Man- kate Commercial Club, Mankato Li- ons Club and City of Mankato. The First National Bank, Mankato. has recently installed a 24 hour deposi- tory and 300 new safety deposit boxes: Mrs. Dorothy Hawkiris, Burr Oak, has many of her paintings on display in ~f silks, ~;!~P~ and .~lpth~s,M~r, gation, he sailed the high seas on a the Hale Drug Store w~Oow. Boogaan eai~ieTd,iao in~nranee~ -- ,, ~ ' British Man O' War, and later came to : North~Busy l~COokingand the United States. In the Ionia territory Bay Loads started his threshing outfit. His first job was at Perry Alcorns, Forrest Dempsey writes home to his parents that his tank had broken down/'or i 6 days in Texas, and he had just joined his company. 40 Years Ago Barland's Hy-Klas, BurrOak," Hot Friday and Saturday"- macaroni 2 Ibs. 35 cents, coffee 49 cents, rainbow bread 16 oz. 10 cents. Ionia Poe Wees defeated Burr Oak in the Jewell County Poe Wee Tourney "Rain on a r~'~4 sounds better than a band concert." Lars Hans~bn started his threshing. He had a good separator and has this year bought a new Minneapolis 35-70 tractor to lumish power for operation. Severson brothers are harvesting their flax this week. "l\he'y are pulling binders with their tractor. The busy hum and merry whistleof the threshing machine Can now be heard all over the country. ttarry Ross. editor of the Burr Oak Herald. stoppedat Jewel I with his wife and two daughters, on their way home S Sewing girls met at Cindy Winslows for a project meeting. The girls attend- ing were Cindy, Gwen Glarer. Linda Foutz, Wanda Glarer, Dianne Dillon and Jeanette Smuck. Project leaders are Ruth Glarer, Ruby Foutz and LaVeta Winslow. 20 Years Ago The Kansas Honey Queen, Melissa lqoel of Kansas City, will be a special guest at the Jewell County Fiar to present jars of Kansas Honey to the grand champion livestock exhibitors. A total of 2,500 Jevkell County Threshing Bee and Show buttons were Antiques Crafts Collectibles H rt of T lsa Thursday, July 17, 2003 JEWELL Boyd Silsby (Left) and Rex Weaverting have worked at restoring two sorghum presses which were donated to the dewell County Historical presses were donated to the. museum I=y Henry Kindler, Mankato and Bud Heffnet, Concordia, They will be on display this weekend at the Threshing Bee. sold at the annual event, l'otal ~tt-a- dance, including paid admission, olfi- cials, children under 6 and volunteers. was estimated to be 4.000 Mankato Floral specials every Mon- day and Tuesday; roses $1 each. carna- tions 75 cents each. Bonnie Benoit is a new.cmployee a~ First National Bank replacing Rowenc Simmonds who is moving with her family to Lindsborg. Donna and Allan Bartlcy were v, ia- ners of yard of the mo:;th in Formo~o. Louise and Owen iaske were named to have the most improved yard in For- moso. 10 Years Ago Grand opening for new business in Jewell County, It will be known as Jefferson St. Mall owned by Terri Melbyand June Pumphrey and will feature a variety of pr~ucts, Don Hamilton. city adntinislratiou, submitted his resign'lion to the coun- cil. He plans on retir~g at the end ~I" this year. Mankato City Park was the site of the first annual Bultons and Bows Pre- school graduation picnic. Buffalo Creek. which meanders through the southern part of Jcwell County, is normally a docile ~wcam. However. heavy rains of eight to. I I inches during the last week forced the ~l~a~ outer tts~banks, mt~ fields a~d into road~,-~, One Year Ago A rural Esbon man, Blake Davis_ was transported by ambulance Io Web- ster County HoSpital, Red Cloud. after he was mjured Tuesday afternoon on the Davis farmstead near Northbranch. Blake was run over by a pickup. Lori Yelken was reelected prec,- dent of White Rock school board. 2002 4-H royalty are Katie Pumphrey and Andrew Pumplucy. Children at Ol.d Settlers in Jcwell Saturday night part,cipaled in trwycle races and other games. A Unique Marketplace July 18, 19, 20 2003 | Tulsa, Oklahoma Admission $6.00 Exposition Center Bldg. - Expo Square Good for all days 21st between Harvard & Yale www. aaoth.com , ,,,, i Fair brings folks together Coach Fearing 323 games in The hcrilagc of county fairs hinges Ul)OU events and activities bringing families and communities together for ~1 conlnR)n purpose. "Working ou project exhibits for county fair allows time for families to come together." said Diane Mack. Kan- sas State University Research and Ex- tension north east area 4-H and youth specialist. "'As an example, usually the whole family has a part in the, garden. Each 4-H member may have his or her area that is theirs to plan, plant, weed, water and harvest." Sparking interest in educational ef- lbrts or post-harvest entertainment, fanfilies, also attract their friends and neighbors to the annual event. "Communities come together at county f:dr time." Mack said. "The fair is a place where everyone can find something that is of interest to them. The fair is a place to gather to meet folds and learn new things." Most lair-goers view the final prod- ucts as the showcased exhibits in both 4-H and open class divisions. "This finished work represents a young per- son learning new skills, setting goals and accomplishing the work needed to display the project at the fair." "Even though county fair time is hectic with many activities going on at once, participants take pride in exhib- iting what they have created," she said. "An important goal of 4-H is to teach skills toyoung people that they can use now and later in life." "Direct feedback to 4-H members about their project work allows them to build their skills and lead-n, from their achievements and mistakes," she adds. "The evaluation process of a 4-H project at the county fair can be one of the most exciting parts of the total 4-H" experience. Through conference judg- ing, 4-H members are provided an op- portunity to visit with an evaluator to discuss how well they achieved and suggestions for improvement." Coach Dave Fearin Burr Oak, won game head basketball coach in Texas, this past Fearing has been Texas 16 years, gtvmg of more than 20 wins per Fearing offs 10 times, Metro ( South Texas Coach In 1998 he was selected! the Coastal Bend East All for the Coastal game. Fearing took over a Quinlan that had won onb in three seasons. In I sons, Fearing and owns a 68-59 win-loss eluding two third place finishes. Fearing is the son Dorothy Fearing, Bella formerly of Burr Oak. Burr Oak High School NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The g~verninR*bOdy of HARRISON TOWNSHIP ~EWELL COUNTY will meet on the 5th August,-2003 at 8:,00 p.m., at Jim Stone's Residetltee,~or the purpose of hearing and answering , of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valorem tax. Detailed budget information is available at the Jewell County Clerk's Office or from a Tow Member and will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY Proposed Budget 2004 Expenditures and Amount of 2003 Ad Valorem Tax establish the limits of the 2004 budget. Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the 2OO3 General Road Funds Special Mach Totals 2,106 Less:'Transfers Prior Year Actual Current Year Actual Amount of Actual Tax Estimate 6f Tax 2003 Ad Expenditures Rate* Expenditures Rate* Expenditures 2,106 1.143 3,000 1.091 3,454 1.143 1.091 3,454 2,106 3,000 1,000 1,000 929,766 Net Expenditure Total Tax Levied 995 Assessed Valuation Township 870,707 [916,6291[ City 0 0 "[otal 870,707' 916,629 2001 Outstandhag Indebtedness, Jan 1 G.O. Bonds No-Fund Warrant Lease Pur Princ Total "Tax rates are expressed in mills. ~002 0 ol 929,766 2003 "1 o o James R. Township NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The governing body of ERVING TOWNSHIP JEWELL COUNTY will meet on the 28th day 2003 at 9:00 a.m. at the Dearld Stearns Farm for the purpose of hearing and answering taxpayers relatingto the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valorem tax. Detailed budget information is available at the Jewell County Clerk's Office or from a Township Member'and will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY P~oposed Budget 2004 Expenditures and Amount of 2003 Ad Valorem Tax establish the limits of the 2004 budgeL Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the finatassessed val~ Increase In Miles Pay Benefits CFi is now, Hiring , Great Hometime Hassle Free Pallet Policy % Diabetic Supplies DELIVERED Little or No Cost! CaiiNow/Toll Free 888-722-7556 Your Independence with Supplies Fund ~General 2002 2003 Prop Prior Year Aetutl Current Year Actual Amount of Actual Tax Estimate of Tax 2003 Ad , Exlx~i~,m Ram* Fapma~ ~t~, Eqm~m~ 83 0.110 ~ ,2[1 0.088 , 200 425 0.404 450 0.415 555 150 0.097 150 0.146 347 Road Fire CemcteO, S~'c Maeh " " Totals Less: Transfers Net Expm~lirare 658, 658 6O9 ' 997,1361 2001 Total Tax Levied Township cit7 Total Outstanding lndebtedn~% Jan i G.O. Bonds { No-Fund Warmm Lease Pur Pdn Total *Tax rates are expressed in milhg ,, J 0.611 gl ! 0.649 811 Itl~2 1.102 715 i 1'033r387 ] Township