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We want to thank everyone who "Dared to be Different" enough this summer to donate blood• We had 115 donors and collected 105 units of blood. Even though we failed to meet our goal of 125 units, we feel that our Bloodmobile was bag assembly. Donor aids were Sarah Badger, Elizabeth Holl, Shirley Simmelink and Marily Topliff. Eunice Hughes served juice. The Jewell-Mitcbell REC men unloaded and set up the equipment, and the City men loaded the equipment and a success. So many people are helped clean up. A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, busy in the fields at this time The womenoftheNazarene of year,, and others who Church prepared and served AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. usually donate were unable to the food. Wanda Gering was IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNTY, WE'RE FOR IT. for various reasons, such as our baby sitter. , operating machinery. We want to thank all of '2 ,%,~.li~,~s - 16 Pages a~d Suplfle:,e~ts Ma,kah~, Kansas Thursday, July 30, 1981 First time donors were these people. Many of them Jane Winders, Bob Henry, help at each visit of the t • Clayton McNabb, Sandy Far-Bloodmobile and help to make guson and Russell Shoe- it a success. At the Bloodmobile Wed- I i. maker, nesday in the Mankato High I • Those reaching gallon goals Thanks also to Mr. Buries, School Commons are Virginia -., The ~'xhibits for the Jewell ()pen Class Fine Arts Monday, August 3: Beef p.m., the Open Dog Show, were: one gallon, Trela How- Mr. Dempsey and Mrs. Ever-Lange and Marcia Stouffer, [~"u.aty Fair will be in the fol- The open class Fine Arts judging at 1:30; 4-H Horse"Fun for all.' Then at 8:00 ard; two gallons, Raymond ist for their help at the High standing right, in charge of ~:~':: [,w,~v locations so be sure to section has been expanded judging at 4:00 p.m.; the p.m. at the Mankato High tloll and Norma Butts; three School. We think this is an the canteen. Seated left to i .... School football field, musical gallons, Mary Modlin and (,specially nice place for a right are Red Cross worker [~'(' iI alh In Downtown Win- this year with additional foods County Parade at 6:00 p.m.; Bloodmobile visit. We want to Rich Nichols of Wichita, dri- [fl~x~. Displays from 4-H clubs and sewing classes, as well as and the All Youth Horse Show entertainment by 'The HartMyrna Keeler. rn the c,mnty; At the Fair- the regular classes from last at 8:00 a.m. Family." Those helping with the thankhours onall theth°sephoneWh°makingSpent ver of the Bloodmobile .................................. van, year. The different areas you ~i'~*Unds, All 4-H and open Tuesday, August 4:8:30 Thursday, August 6:8:00 Bloodmobile were: Canteen, ~llis~ livestock: and in the can exhibit in Fine Arts are: a.m., Swine judging; 1:00 a.m., Judging of 4-H dogs at Virginia Lange, LPN, and apointments, Dubuque for the ~~:~ ~ ri~illrflr(t)und Quonset we have Knitting, Crochet, Quilts,p.m., Sheep judging; 3:30 Fairgrounds; 9:00 a.m., Trac- MarciaStouffer, EMT. Taking delicious ham, Lyle Dauner I~ rliculture and flowers, Needlepoint and Embroidery, p.m., Dairy judging at Fair- tor Driving, Contest; 10:00 temps were Bettie McNabb, andf°r thesuperioriCe creamAutobarS,PartsBigforA ~ll Eled ricity open class I,at('h Hook, Macrame, Ori- grounds: 6:30 p.m., Style Re- a.m., The 'Anything Goes MA, and Carla Thronson, MA. cups, and especially Mary I{~l[[[[~ Fh)~er and "Garden, open gimd Idea. Painting, Cake rue at the Armory; then star- Contest", games for all ages. Joann Wilson, LPN, took t'!a s Crops, Commercial Decorating, Foods, Food Pre- ling at 7:45 p.m. at the Fair- Exhibits will be released at blood pressures. RNs helping Boyd for all the publicity she ~ru*(~ths and Service and Edu- servation, Clothing Construe- grounds and running conse-2:00 p.m. and the Livestock were Shirley Jacobs, Dena always gives us. We could not have a Blood- Ii lion, and Photography. ~t~mnal bo()th exhibits. At the 'cutively, Parade of Livestock, Premium Sale will be held at Alvarez, Rosemary Doxon ,'ltional Guard Armory, 4-H Pre-Entries Showmanship Contest, and the sale barn at 7:00 p.m.and Linda Bowersox. mobile visit without all of ~ih~thing Foods Arts and We would like pre-entries if Gre,'lsed Pig Cont, e.st. AIso while you're at the fair Typists were Dorothy these volunteers. Our next ~V~af~s, ttome Improvement, possible but you can just Wednesday, August 5: stop by the 4-H Food Stand. CaroITh°maS'zanker.Ann ClariceApplet°nDeckerand 20,BIoodmobile1982, atWillthebe NationalJanuary |~()"dworking Photography,enter your things in open Fairgrounds, 9:30 a.m., Live- JEWELL--C--O-UNTY was Registrar and Blanche Guard Armory. See you then. [l~,(t Leadership Projects; the class on Monday, August 3,~t~wk judging contest; FAIR PARADE Penner, [tostess. Joy Camp- Lela Huntsinger iI*('n class Photography; open between 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 ......... y, ~raR and Informa- Bloodmobile Chairman ;~xs Fine Arts and the Dem- a.m. at the place it will be dis- tional Demonstrations, differ- The parade for the Jeweil bell and Millie Hills Worked at aslrations on Wednesday, 'ugust 5. from 2:00 to 4:30 ,~n., al~o the Style Revue on '~gust 4 at 6:30 p.m. played. Activity Schedule So when coming to the fair, don't forget -- ant every half hour; Fair- grounds, the FFA Barbecue at 5:00 p.m., Tickets on sale in downtown Mankato. At 5:30 County Fair will be Monday evening, August 3, starting at 6:00 p.m, Divisions are as follows: Kiddie Parade, on wheels, on foot, and with pets; 4-H Floats; Horses (individual, team, etc.); Commercial; Com- munity Clubs; Individual [ffm0 ]iP~Y FP~lii.t nnual floats; Group floats; An- I i July tiques; Saddle Clubs; Indiv- 6.M[~ idual Costumes; and other. All participants will receive a ribbon. All participants ,hi $, 00LTh.e Retail Merchants Ofrnext"~ ~iiidli~I" Is are planned should meet at the Mankato " " |"aakato are planning the City Park at 5:30 p.m. to line -J~nual Sidewalk Sale for up. Ifi[~day, July 31, preceding the Grand Marshall for the par- help, pl~ of the Jewell County Deibert of Mankato. ;poned ..... The parade route will be as 8 p.m " follows: From Mankato City ~'air is( I Park east to Kiers corner, : in L fhen north around the Court- lrchased~, house block, down Commer- nd serv l'- 'd cial Street (Main Street) to and La~ ?lidllb~ ,. First National Bank. Then rnlena i!~r[~shon~ r~ won first place, Con- Bennie~ali~oun had base hits Schlotterback, John Clark, turn east one block, go south ~-up. ~rldia V.F.W. second, Man- for Mankato. The Knights ofJustin Basart, Wynn Alexan- past' Boogaarts, then west m rioar~t~ third and Smith Center Columbus team had no hits der and barren Koester col- past the lumber yard. Then }uelson,~ary fourth inthe StatePee Wynn Alexander was the lected base hits for Mankato. north past the clothing store ----- ~ ~'~e Tournament at Tipton winning pitcher Justin On the mound, Wynn Alex- to the pharmacy corner and ,rs anu ,(st week • ~e~"~ " Basart pitched m the bottomander and Mike Schlotterback west back to the park. last w~]L~n the first round of play on of the third inning. On July combined for six strikeouts, HARRY-SWOP--E--DIED men win, easy 20 , ,...~ I~.. Esbon won over 21, Concordia V F.W. de- four hits and four walks in five Harry Swope passed away r mlw veqahos '1- ' ~- 1,~it,. 7 to 4. The winning feated Concordia Baptist, and innings. Shawn Frost was the early Sunday morning at the L.t erg r for Esbon was DougSmith Center Rotary won winning pitcher for Esbon. He St. Joseph's Hospital in Con- ,~m, an~J~noit. Mankato defeatedover Cuba. had eight strikeouts, gave up cordia. Funeral services were flkner: :¢~t~eordia Knights of Col- In the semi-final round on five hits and allowed no walks, held Wednesday (today)at2 ie: ~e~e~Ss19 to 2. Troy May, July 23, Esbon defeated Man- For the finals on July 24, p.m. at the Kramer Funeral - • hlotterback, John kato 9 to 2. Mankato had five Mankato defeated Smith Home. Anobituary of this fine net her t"~rk, W- nn --' " • . Wynn Alexander andhitsand Esbon had four. Mike Center Rotary 13 to 3 in five man will be printed next us ......... t a we~~ It . innings to win third place in week. ----- i ;. ml , the state tournament. Man- .... ~ ~ ;.,. ~:. :~: : kato had three base hits. Troy SCHOOL--E-V'-~TS- led, May had a double and barren ANNOUNCED mltsl ~~[~ ~i~':~! ~ Koester and Jimmy Bothwell Friday, August 7: High ............ ' had singles. Mike Schlotter- school physicals, Medical which they will use in the coming year as the leaders of their local chapter. Organization and conduc- tion of the camp is done by the officers of the Kansas Associ- ation of FFA; the Kansas State Department of Educa- tion, Division of Vocational Education and the Depart- ment of Adult and Occupa- tional Education, College of Education at Kansas State University. Over 500 FFA members and advisors participated in the four day activity. Linda Bowersox, RN, who took histories at the Blood- mobile, is seated at the table in the foreground with Carla Thronson, medications aide. At the table behind are Rose- back was the winning pitcher. He struck out three, walked two and allowed three hits. In the championship game, Esbon defeated Concordia V.F.W. 4 to 3 to win first place in the state tournament. Doug Benoit was the winning pitcher and Shawn Frost" was credited with a save. Esbon finished the season with a record of 21 wins and 4 defeats. Congratulations to the Esbon and Mankato Pee Wee Teams for representing their toXvns, league and county so well this year! FFA BARBECUE The Mankato FFA invites everyone to a barbecue at the 4-H fairgrounds August 5. Porkburgers, baked beans, potato chips and iced tea will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. You may purchase your tickets at most of the business places in town: from 6 to high school, $2.00; adults, $2.50. Associates, 1:00 p.m. Monday, August 17: Grades K-12 enrollment, 8:00 a.m.- 12:00, 1:00-4:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 18: Grades K-'12 enrollment, 8:00 a.m.- 12:00, 1:00-4:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 19: Football and Volleyball Rules Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, August 20: Teacher In-Service, 9:00 a.m.; Football Practice begins, no pads; Volleyball Practice begins Friday, August 21: Teacher In-Service, 9:00 a.m.; Jr. High physicals, Medical Associates, 1:00 p.m. Monday, August 24: Opening day of school, Grades 1-12, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 25: First day of school for Kindergarten Wednesday, August 26: Football Practice with pads J r LEADERSHIP CAMP ] L~ he officers of the Mankato era C Ah;' hapter attended the M Annual State FFA Lead- [~ship Camp, July 20-23, held -- $.] a°¢k Springs Ranch. Pic- #tl~ g~? are, left to right, Alan -"tort, Key n I I Ih~'i ~ Jen - - m~a " sen, Brian ~q e ~~'.g r, Wiley Alexander, li ' ren Esslinger, Marty Ly- ' Michael Womochil, Ad r discussing the c np Run Wineinger, State ='"~Sident from Marion. The EtP is designed to prepare ~hapter officers in special leadership L he Jewell County Sheriff's ] ,artment is planning to ~.~ to the courthouse as as renovations can be I%. department will be | : PYin office space ated by the Social Rehabil- Service. An outside on the ground floor ,. • cut and radio and office moved, according 1 $ LT"eriff Don Heskett, hope- .~~1.~. ~.round the first of I : rding to County Attorney Darrell Miller, tentative plans have been made for a two cell jail and one car garage to be attached to the north end of the courthouse. The driveway to the garage would be on the west side. Auditors for the county have informed the commis- sioners that, provided there is an acceptable bid, the project could be paid for in two years by approximately a one mill levy on all taxable property. According to Miller, the proposed project has been reviewed by the Kansas Department of Corrections and tentatively approved. The cell blocks as planned will meet all federal and state requirements. Monday morning the Jewell County Commissioners passed a resolution to adver- tise for bids for the two cell jail and one car garage addi- tion to the courthouse. Con- struction could start soon after the bids are in and one accepted, according to Miller. Wauneta Wright and Clayton McNabb, donors, and Eliza- beth Hull, a donor escort. Standing behind are Betty McNahb, nurses aide, who was taking temperatures, and Imla Shott of Burr Oak, a Red Cross volunteer. Friday, August 28: Magazine Sales begin Saturday, August 29: Formoso Fall Festival Monday, August 31: Spirit Spreader Clinic at Salina mary Doxon, RN. taking his- tories, and Betty Becker, a donor. Other donors waiting were Don Snyder, center, and Ann Ost, right. :! The ladies of tbe Burr Oak Pair, Lorine Cockroft, Lula Nazarene Church who pre- S.hott, Nina Fogo and Jean pared and served the food for Ferguson. Not pictured were the Bloodmobile canteen Ruth Dilhm and Michelle Fer- were, from left: Gerry Rhoe, guson. Sandy Ferguson was Gertrude Hancock, Delphi . also helping as a medication Jordan, Opal Roesti, Fernaide. .........................~ I hehi.~d her was Eunice taking histo~Ti~k: ~i~nter, and ! lh, v.hes at the juice table• Dana AIvarez. RN, was ...... ! ~~~~ At the check out tab!e are l~)rrain¢ Frye, left, Joann Wilson, LPN, who had been SERVIC'ES"F--'6 . SRS IN NEW OFFICE Courtland and Ann (Mrs. ch(cking blood pressure, andLARRY PETERSON Pictured in the new office of Lester) Young of Bellevi]le, Bhmch(.,Penner, hostess, who Funeral services were held the Social and Rehabilitation Services, 206 North Commer- cial St., are Jane (Mrs. Leo} Jacobs, income maintenance worker, left, and Marilyn (Mrs. Kenneth) Lynch, clerk in the reception area of the office. • In addition to the front office is Jane's office, where she can be seen Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, and an office for adult service worker Pat (Mrs. Delbert) Johnson of According to Donna Rimer, Jewell County appraiser, measuring teams are begin- ning their work. The three teams began their training sessions on July 28. This week the teams will move to Jack- son Township. When Jackson Township is completed, they will move to Montana and Harrison Townships. The purpose of the work is to update the records in the appraiser's office. Jewell County is one of a very few counties which have never completed the measurement Please Check Your process. Most surrounding counties hired a firm to do this Expiration Date work in According to Donna, each The expiration date is resident has a right to insist stamped on each copy of the on paying no more than his Jewell County Record. fair share of taxes. Yet how If your date is 7-81, this is the last copy of the Record can the Jewell County Board you will receive until your of Equalization act on a subscription is renewed, complaint that one resident's With the last copy of the taxes are too high if a hook at month, in which the sub- the record book shows no scription expires, the paper information as to how the is removed from the address- total valuation of that prop- ograph file. erty was reached. • We appreciate the fine co- For example, in a hypo- operation of our subscribers tbetical case, a look at the and welcome renewal and (Continued on Page 8) new subscriptions. children and family service worker, both of whom are her(, one day a week from the Belleville office. Also there is a conference room used by homemakers and two rest- rooms. ........................ Tuesday at 2 p.m. at thq ltarmony United Methodist Church for Larry PetersorK who passed away Friday a~I the home of his parents, Mr~ and Mrs. Swede Peterson. Aft ob{tuary of this fine man will.; be printed next week. Mrs. Roy Ba~art is recov2: ez'ing ~alisfacolrity from the home of her grandparents, r,cry she underwent at the Mr. and Mrs. Ken Trubey. Fmanuel tto p ta in Omaha.' !' Mr. and Mrs. Dick Judy, Margare! and Alisa and Val- (,ria Makhn,)vetsky of New York City attended the Amer- ican Simmental Convention in Ashervilh.. N. C., last week. The new office is located in the building owned by BobHeather Trubey, daughter Meyer south of his law office• (if Mr. and Mrs. Bud Trubey of The rooms have been redec- Ord, Nebr., is here visiting at ()rated attractively and new floor covering installed. Team Leader George Greenberg, left, and his assistant, K. B. Anderson, are shown pointing to Jackson Township where teams will begin work Wednesday (today).