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Z4 - T~e deweii County Post - September 23, 1992 Rate Card i i Display Advertising $2.50 per column inch Classified Advertising 10 per word, $2.00 minimum $1.00 for billing added Card of Thanks Up to 10 lines $2.50; 10 per extra line $1.00 for billing added Poetry: same as Card of Thanks Call 378-3191 to place your ad Services Let us SHARPEN YOUR HOUSEHOLD SCISSORS. Coast to Coast, Mankato 26-TFC COAST-TO-COAST has the Rinse-N- Vac available. 26-TFC CUSTOMER FAX SERVICE available at Coast to Coast. 26-TFC For your ROAD AND DRIVEWAY NEEDS, call C & E Trucking, Jewell, Ks. ,428-3320. Limestone rock, native gravel, quartzite, washed gravel available. Also Ag Lime. 50~6c For Sale or Rent ATTRACTIVE, COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS. All maintenance provided. Mankato 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 Must sell: 2 bedroom home or good rental. 738-2116 evenings. 49-4c Notice: I will be having President Plums (blue); red and gold delicious apples from Washington state for sale about Sept. 26. Gunder Hansen, Jewell, 428-3284. 50-2c 1982 Z-28 Camaro, T-top, excellent shape, good rubber. Call after 5 p.m. 428- 3514. 50-2p 3 bedroom house on a large lot. Brome- grass on half the ground. Call 913-378- 3605. 50-2p Beautiful small piano in excellent condi- tion. For more details call 316-662-4980. 50-3c Certified Victory Seed Wheat has a unique combination of disease protection factors to handle the difficult stresses asso- ciated with continuous cropping practices. Medium variety with rapid grain fill. Calvin Bohnert, Jewell, KS, 913-428-3558.51-lp Mankato Auto Parts held their Grand Re-opening Sept. 10 and 11. Attending the ribbon cutting back row L to R: Lloyd Johnson, Corny Enslinger, Steven Ehrlich, Brad Schmidt, Don Fisher, Ron Stos, Paul Wilson, Philip Menhusen, Wes Moore. Front row L to R: Deb Alexander, Myron Hulbert, Harold and Janis McDitl, Steve Melby, and Marlys Jensen. ii iii Help Wanted Card of Thanks Janitorial Service. The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS) and Soil Conservation Service (SCS) Jewell County Office occupies approximately 3760 net usuable square feet of office space at 110 N. Commercial in Mankato, KS. ASCS is so- liciting for janitorial services to be effective October 1, 1992. Anyone interested in submitting an offer for janitorial services should contact Jim Peroutek at 913-378- 3731 for information. 50-2c Position open for bartender~club man- ager. Experience not necessary. Can train. 40 hours per week minimum. Apply to RCRA, P.O. Box 421, Belleville, KS. 66935. 50-2c Part-time help needed. Various hours, apply in person at Dave's Discount. Inter- views Sept. 29. Can start immediately. 51 -lc USD 278 needs substitute bus drivers. Must have commercial drivers license. Contact Superintendent's office, 378-3102. 51-2c For Rent Apartments for rent. North side of Mankato. For more information call 378- 3876. 30TFC The family of Ailene Shoemaker would like to thank everyone who was so kind to visit, call, write, send flowers and food while she was confined to her home and at the time of her death. A special thank you to Linda Woerner, Hospioe Nurse, for her care and concern. Words cannot express our heart-felt gratitude. God bless each and every one. Bob and Sheila Shoemaker Phyllis and Philip Kathrens Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren 51-1p Thanks to all those who'helped in any- way while I had surgery. The Dan Waterman family 51-1p We want to Thank everyone who brought food, sent cards, phone calls, came to clean up, gave support, and prayed for us since the fire. A special Thanks to the Jewell Fire Department, our neighbors, friends and family. Robin and Debi Griffeth 51 -lc Big Thanks to friends, relatives and ne~h- bors for phone calls and cards concermng my accident. Neva and Arnold Ernst 51-1c Pets can win cash Cash awards for and educational school science de the benefits of being sponsored by th nary Medical Association, The goal of this s to produce educational will inform the public health care issues. their pets, and those pet~ ans will be distributed to Kansas stores, clinics, and cies. Participants must be ages of 6 and 16 and pet enter, contestants submit graph of themselves and write an essay describes the health and complete an available through Jan. Deadline for is 1992 and winners will b at the 1993 KVMA ary8-10, 1993, atthe view) in Wichita. Certified Thunderbird will soar with as- tonishing yields l Thunderbirds yield consis- tently has widened its advantage over its competition due to its extremely stable dis- ease resistance. A wheat variety with profit potential! Calvin Bohnert, Jewell, KS 913- 428-3558. 51-1 p Certified Wheat Seed! Quality seed which has been processed through modern screen cleaner and gravity table to insure large seed size, contact Montrose Grain, 794- 2217. 51-1p i ii ii Work Wanted i I To cut or trim trees, bushes and shrubs. Free estimates. Call anytime. 378-3072. Max Hulbert. 51-4c Nice 2 bedroom apartment for rent. Larry and Ronda Ost. 378-3715. 45-TFC Wanted Front end loader for 8N Ford tractor and hydraulic pump.-725-4021 anytime. 51-1p The U.S. Mint turns out about 17 billion coins a year. Saturday, September 26 7:00 p.m. (until it's gone!) Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Salad Bar [//~ $4.50 members * $5.50 guests [ I wildcat Cl.b I JeweU, Kansas October 10 Mankato Fairgrounds Contact: Rick Wolfe- 378-3201 Frank Railsback - 378-3273 Aaron Murray - 378-3974 Dale Freeman- 378-3850 To have items listed on Sale Bill consign by Consignments after this date will not make the bill be auctioned. 4-H members will move items On presidential election day, each state chooses as tors as it has senators and representatives in Congress. tor cannot hold any federal office.