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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, July 17, 2003 " NcCORMICK.DEERING Buy Service With Your Combine A harvester-thresher will cut and thresh your grain for less money than you can put it in the stack and you don't have to have a big crew of workmen around to :feed and you are ready to go to plowing better. Talk harvester-thresher to us. We have the old standard McCormick-Deering that has been tried out for years and we know how to service them and service and repairs are worth a lot to you when you get where you need it. Who is going to service your machinery when you need it? We render the service, carry the goods and repairs. Some of these dealers don't. Isn't our experience worth something to you? We think it is and so will you when you break down ill harvest and have no help. Better think this over and give us your order now while you can get delivery. E. L. Gray Implement Co. The Jewe11 County ~ Bee and Anb'que Farm Machinery Show and The JeweH Cowry Fair WELCOME YOU! Your Archer Oil Dealer Car Truck and Tractor Repair Boden Repair and Tr,umph Seed RR Box 64 Esbon, Kan. 785-786-3771 Friendship Meals July 21 through July 25 Monday: Porcupine meatballs, hominy, brussels sprouts, wheat roll, brownie. Tuesday: Beef and noodles, creamy cucumbers, wheat roll, honey dew. Wednesday: Smothered steak, stcamed potatoes, gravy, peas and cau- liflower, wheat roll, red gelatin with bananas. Thursday: Roast pork, mashed po- tatoes, gravy, spinach cheese bake, cin- namon roll, watermelon. Friday: Chicken and pasta salad, peaches, cottage ched~e, tomato slices, wheat roll, rice crispie. Meals delivered by VFW Auxil- iary. Call by 9 day of meal. Center phone 378-3385. NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING governing body of SINCLAIR TOWNSHIP JEWELL COUNTY will meet on the 5th day of 2003 at 7:30 p.m., at Ruth Hobelman's Residence for the purpose of hearing and answering payers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valorem tax. budget information is available at the Jewell County Clerk's Office or from a Township Board and will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY )osed Budget 2004 Expenditures and Amount of 2003 Ad Valorem Tax establish the maximum of the 2004 bud Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation. BOnds 2002 Prior Year Actual Actual Tax Funds Expenditures Rate* 194 Mach 194 ~ansfers ~nditure 194 axLevied 0 Indebtedness, 2001 I o ~ressed in mills. 0.000 2003 Current Year Estimate of Expenditures 9,635 9,635 9,635 0 1,189,199 0 1,189,199 2002 Actual Tax Rate* 0.00 Proposed Budget 2004 Expenditures Amount of Est. 2003 Ad Tax Valorem Tax Rate* 8,803 8,803 10) 1,213,5190 I 1,213,519 2003 0 0 Ruth Hobelman, Township Officer NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING body of BUFFALO TOWNSHIP JEWELL COUNTY will meet on the 31st day of July; kt 7:00 p.m., at Jewell Fire Station for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valoremtax. et reformation is available at the Jewell County Clerk's Office or from a Township Board and will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY Budget 2004 Expenditures and Amount of 2003 Ad Valorem Tax establish the maximum ;of the 2004 bud Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation. 2002 2003 Prior Year Actual Current Year Actual Tax Estimate of Funds Expenditures i Rate* Expenditures 228 0.070 300 900 0.653 1,500 ~ach 1,128 0.723 nsfers mditure 1,128 Levied 1,300 Valuation 1,683,446 _ 1,164,539 2,847,985 Indebtedness, ~nds Pur Princ 1,800 1,800 1,300 1,743,090 1,109,423 2,852,513 2001 ,j 0l 2002 Actual Tax Rate* 0.070 0.631 0.701 Prol:).osed Budget 2oo4 Expenditures 1,174 Amount of I Est. 2003 Ad Tax Valorem Tax Rate* 500 0.175 . 1,384 900 2,558 2,558 1,401 1,768,887 1,083,782, 2,852,669 2003 I - 0 0 0.509 1,401 0.684 Steve Greene Township Officer 4-H fair expanded to county fair in 1978; highlights outlined from 1938 to present The history of the Jewell County Fair dates to October 1978 when Jew- ell County Fair Association was formed, changing the 4-H fair to a county fair Originally there were 12 4-H clubs in Jewell County In 1982 there were seven clubs. Today there are six clubs: Formoso Willing Workers, Jewell Gemstones, Mankato Eager Beavers, Southeast Coyotes and Whitemound Builders. In 1982 fair activities were held at three locations--the fair grounds, Na- tional Guard Armory and the Mankato High School football field. A proposal was made that year to lease land east of the high school for the purpose of moving the fair grounds. The plans did not develop and the fair grounds re- main. In the early years the county 4-H fair operated on donated funds from businesses and individuals. For three years the 4-H people and businesses sold fair booster tickets to help raise money and support the musical pro- gram, held during the fair. When the county fair association was formed, it was possible to receive county funds. Howevei', the funds proved inadequate, so donations were still needed. Today the fair association still plans the county fair. The fair theme and the fair T-shirt design are chosen through contests that are held every year. Highlights throughout the years 1938 Jewell County 4-H Club members proved their worth as calf feeders at the American Royal sales pavilion at Kan- sas City Stock Yards, when their calves were sold at a special auction which grossed the youthful feeders $3,000. Jewell County 4-H club members, 22 boys and three girls, were repre- sented with 34 calves. A total of 103 were entered. The Jewell County calves averaged 872 pounds and sold at an average of $10.10 per cwt. The calves were purchased January 15 under the direction of county agent, C.E. Bartlett. Marvin Eberhart, Jewell, fed out five calves. Beth Fearing, 17, Burr Oak, mem- ber of White Rock Hustlers, was awarded a blue ribbon for her three piece suit, exhibited in national com- petition at the 4-H congress in Chi- cago. Marian O'Neal, also a member of the Hustlers, was awarded the state championship for news writing. 1940 The Jewell County 4-H Club Achievement Days will be held in Man- kate August 30 and 31 with regular exhibits and a style show. A parade will be held Saturday afternoon. Float competition for clubs, costumes and pets will also be judged. Friday Man- kate businessmen will have a softball game against the 4-H club boys. Prizes Will be furnished by the. Mankato Chamber of Commerce. 1946 Lewis Topliff, 4-H Achievement is tops and won national 4-H honors in leadership contest. He will receive a trophy and $200 college scholarship. He is 21 times a county 4-H champion and an 11 year member. He is a mem- ber of Lovewell area White Rock Val- ley 4-H Club. 1955 Ponca wheat exhibited by Vaughn Hart, Randall Cheerful Chiefs 4-H Club, was judged Champion milling and baking wheat of the show. Ponca wheat exhibited by Terry Biery, Man- kate Eager Beavers 4-H Club, received a blue ribbon on both milling and bak- ing grain displayed. A total of 1,500 entries are expected in the various 4-H county fair divisions and events. The 4-H Club members and their families, who will be in Man- kate, will total 1,000 or more each day of the fair. 1969 The Jewell County Fair will be Aug. 6,7 and 8. The fair parade will feature Jennifer Inskeep, Cawker City, Miss Teenager 1969; Miss Charli Borger, Cawker City, Kansas Navy Company Peace Queen; Jay Wierenga of Ionia, will ride his covered wagon and drive a team of open, commercial floats, 4-H floats. The parade chairman is Darrell Reed. The color guard for the parade will be from the V.F.W.: Lyle Rightmeier, Carroll Collins, Art Berg and Rex Freeman. 1975 Mankato's Annual Sidewalk Sale is being held in conjunction with the Jewell County Fair. The 4-H clubs are making window displays in all the Mankato businesses. Winners of the best dressed in the 4-H style show were Donna Topliff, Paul Beam, Brian Carlgren and Denise Dahl. The 1974- 75 4-H King and Queen are J.W. Wil- son and Lori'Russell. 1982 A total of 41 business people and individuals provided $3,603 in pre- mium money on 67 animals at the livestock premium sale held at the Mankato Sale Barn. Premium grand champions were James Thummel, market steers; Jeff Rallsback, market hog; Debbie Purcell, market lamb. 1998 The Jewell County Ranch Rodeo, July 25, will kick off the Jeweli County Fair. Besides exhibits, the fair will feature live entertainment on the showmobile, apettingzoo,~actordriv. mg contest, carnival games, catch-an- animal contest and an open air dance. Boyd Silsby (left) and other Jewell County Historical Society volunteers, make a few adjustments to the antique grain binder before binding wheat to be threshed at the Jewell County Threshing Bee July 19 and 20. Larry McCord and his team of Percheron horses that will pull the binder wait in the background. IlII I lg I I ! IIII I I Illl lg lllll !i I Ig i I I i i Ilgl We~come to the Jewell County Threshing Bee Jewell County Fair 17, 19-23 IJewell County Hospital LTC- 785-3..78-3137 Jewell County Rural Health Chmc 785-378-3511 81P *>' ,a~,, o LC.C ME t.,IF__,~/F_-,LL COUNTY. THRESHING BEE AJND dE~/ELL COUNTY FAIR . I To~'n and C.omt~~ [ 121 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. ~l 785-378-3484 ~'1 Welcome to Jewell County's 26th Annual Machinery Show and Threshing Bee and Jewell County Fair _~ Thursday, Wednesday July 17, 19-23 j ll Implement Co. Case IH 105 S. Custer Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3261 Surnrr r Sp =I I s Crew. ..... 2 for s22 Check out our other spedals[ Lori and Pam owners and stylists H lr' & l 120 N. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3434 I i iilll ilillllilliilllilllllII ! llllll I I I I I I Welcome to the 26th Annual Antique Farm Machinery Show and Threshing Bee Jewell County Fair Thursday- Wednesday July 17, 19-23 Lloyd's Smclalr" ~~l 205 West South, Mankato, Kan. ~" 1 - 888 - 378 738:43 7( ~'U3t~?5 Mankato) II i Threshing Bee and and Jewell Do It Best Building Center