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October 15, 1981

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nil A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF IT'S FOR JEWELL COUNTY, WE'RE FOR IT. The Mankato merchants are going "Mad in the Moon- light" as shown by the adver- tisements in this issue of the Record telling about the "Moonlight Madness" sale this Saturday evening, Oct. 17 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. During these two hours you'll rind unbelievable bar- gains! The merchants and clerks will be wearing sleep- ware or Halloween costumes. They invite you to take part in a contest for the most unusual costume, night attire or Halloween, for which they are offering three prizes, $15, $10 and $5 gift certificates, the judges decisions will be announced on the main street at 8:30 p.m. in front of Doffs Electronics. Also most of the Mankato stores will have prizes or gift certificates for the lucky win- ners who register during the hours of 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Anyone 16 or over is eligible to register. The names will be drawn at 8:30 p.m. on the main street until-a winner is present. So if you are looking for red hot specials and chances to win prizes you'll find them in Mankato this Saturday. Come out in costume or otherwise and join in the sav- ings and fun! No. 20. 2 Sections - 16 Pages and Supplements Mankato, Kansas Thursday, Oct. 15, 1981 old Jewell who escaped County jail morning hours into custody area. The Ne- Patrol advised County Sheriffs Saturday morn- they had the youth '73 Mercury which from Mankato, with registered Roberson of They requested the Sheriffs De- check on a '79 Pickup stolen in the area. was located of the Roberson north and 1/4 of Burr Oak. at this time, J.C. Sheriff Don When the juvenile will be extradited back to Kansas to face charges pend- ing. The juvenile was the object of a search in the Mankato area early Friday morning by Jewell Republic and Mitchell County officials and several state troopers. A road block was set up east of Mankato. The subject ran the road block and pursuit began. He turned south on highway 14 and 28 at the old port of entry then 3/4 miles south he turned west through a wheat field and nasture be- longing at Aaron Murray. The vehicle a '79 Dodge pickup was high centered in a draw. It was stolen from Belleville. The chase continued on foot. Later that morning Lillian Basart reported her '73 Mer- cury Comet was missing from the front of her residence at nile 520 S. Commercial in Man- kato. Road blocks were set up at K28 and K14 at the state lines, at the Smith County line and Republic and Mitchell County lines. After an hour lapsed road blocks were called . off. The Jewell County juvenile had been arrested at Sup- erior, Neb., by Nuckolls County law officers and re- turned Thursday to. Jewell. County to face charges of burglary and car theft. A-1981 model car had been stolen in Concordia and recovered last Wednesday southwest of Sup- erior in Jewell County. The break-in was at Huber's Ser- vice Station in Montrose. Sheriff Heskett had taken the juvenile to the Republic County jail Thursday night. Chamber ot ommerce Meeting The Mankato Chamber of Commerce met Monday noon at the Buffalo Roam Steak- house with president Kenny Sells in charge. Kenny re- ported on several items of correspondence. George Jensen and Dale Boyles attended the highway meeting last week in Bel- leville and reported some of the highlights. Principal Bob Herbig gave a rundown on school activities for this week. Moonlight Madness sale will be this Saturday night, 6:30 to 8:30. Drawings will be held in participating stores. Bill Wood, County Exten- sion Agent, gave some results of the recent county survey. Leonard Greenburg re- ported on the availability of the Senior Citizens bus. nn the Jewell u'ra Bureau Annual Novm- Paul E. Fleener. Fleener, a native of Greens- burg, joined the Kansas Farm Bureau staff in March, 1968, as Assistant Director of Leg- islative Research. He was named director of that de- partment on January 1, 1972. In September, 1974, he was designated director of the Public Affairs Division of Kansas Farm Bureau. Following graduation from Kansas State University in 1956, Fleener completed of- Jewell night the Mankato Jewell to first contest in 44 was also the Cou- District Game of The Cougars won toss and chose to Jewell Wildcats and the Cougars down the field on their first pos- Jensen scored run. Jensen then Offense Alexander s., rushing on just Dennis Shoemaker on 13 carries. also piled up for the Cougars 42 yds. rushing and for 84 yds. The an excellent holes for the leading often- Troy Dew- 12 blocks followed Brian Badger with Bradrick had 9, with 9 key blocks 12 did an ex- Jeff Doyle had 2 knockdown passes and 5 tackles. Brian Badger had 4 quarterback sacks and 1 fumble recovery. Troy Dewey had 1 quarter- back sack and 1 fumble re- covery. Dennis Shoemaker, Wiley Alexander and Alan Hulbert each had one inter- ception. Kevin Jensen completed 4 passes out of 12 attempts for a total of 84 yds. Individual receiving was by Todd Moore. Moore had 3 receptions for a total of 49 yds. Dennis Shoemaker had one reception for 35 yds. which went for a 4th quarter touchdown. Scoring for the Cougars was led by Dennis Shoemaker and Wiley Alexander with 3 touchdowns each. Kevin Jen- sen scored 1 touchdown and two extra points. Jensen also passed for an extra point con- version to Todd Moore. This Friday night the Cou- gars will host the North Cen- tral Cougars for the 2nd Dis- trict contest. We would like to say thanks to all the fans who on defense as they supported us at Jewell and to only 37 yds. would like to see you at the r the Cou- next Cougar contest to help led by Brian Bad- cheer them on to another vic- 15 tackles, Wiley tory! 5, Jensen By: Dennis Shoemaker 6, Alan Senior M.H.S. and Tr.oy Dewey 5. ricer candidate school and spent three years in the U.S. Navy. He then returned to Kansas State University as director of news and public affairs for the KSAC radio staff. In 1962, Fleener and his wife, Shirley, helped estab- lish, and were co-founders of "Project Concern," an inde- pendent medical assistance organization. They spent five years with Project Concern, including one year in Hong Kong. Fleener served as ex- ecutive vice-president of Pro- ject Concern for three years. In July 1978, Fleener was elected to the International Board of Directors of Project Concern. Fleener is serving his third year as chairman of the State Advisory Council for Voca- tional Education, first elected to that position in July, 1979. He is also chairman of the Kansas Highway Users Con- ference, a group composed of over 80 organizations con- cerned about highway safety and mobility. The Fleeners are parents of three children, Sheri, a senior and Pam, a sophomore at Manhattan High School and Bob, a sixth grader. Mankato at Jewell. No. 22 Kevin Jensen about to he. i tackled by No. David of Jeweil. 75, Bruce The Mankato vs. Jewell i (white shirts) No. 60, Brian I game. Mankato players shown Badger, No. 22, Kevin Jensen, at Jewell. I Wiley Alexander carrying the 80 (white shirt)I ball. LIONS CLtm. Lions Club met at the K & C Care on Oct. 8. ,Nelson Keeler was a guest of Reeve Hawkins. Tom Lehrling received 15 year membership bars. Dann Johnson's name was drawn in the attendance drawing. Sandy should be happy for that! Since there was no special program Leonard Greenburg told of some experiences of his while in Stockholm, Sweden during August. He visited one of the Lion's clubs while there and brought home a nice banner to add to our collection in the K & C Care. The exchange rate now between countries of Sweden and USA is 5.33 Kroner for each dollar. Leonard advised that it is a good time to shop there, es- pecially if your Swedish is better than your English! October 15 we are to have a Directors meeting at the K & C Care at 6:30. This is not a supper meeting. Any ideas for programs, work projects and memberships will be apprec- iated. --BOb Switzer MHS 1956 CLASS REUNION The 1956 graduating class of Mankato High School will be celebrating their 25th year class reunion October 17 at the Farmway Credit Union building. Relatives and friends of the class can visit after 8:30 p.m. MANKATO CITY REPORT Connects: Wilma F. Thorn- burg, 313 N. McRoberts; Mrs. Esther Ault, 215 N. Com- mercial; Bill Beale, 1241/z N. Commercial; Cheryl Hawkins, 1241/z N. Commercial; Jeff Koster, R.R. #1. Disconnects: Bill Eilert, 208 E, Main; Mrs. Ross Ault, 204 E. Main; Jeff Koster, 1241/ N. Commercial; Mrs. Esther Ault, 202 E. Main. CUB SCOUTS Cub Scout Wolf Den met Oct. 8 in the Methodist church basement. Rex Thomas led us in the flag salute. We made rulers and Halloween masks. Treats were served by Aaron Coil. We made scenery for our play for the Oct. 29 paek meet!ng. --Cub Reporter, Aaron Coil No. 35, Dennis Shoemaker. Jewell player shown, No. 11 Bret Jacobs. SELECTED HONOR CARRIER Wynn Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Newell Alex- ander of Mankato, has been selected honor carrier for the 3rd quarter in 1981 by the Salina Journal. He was awarded an engraved plaque with the following inscription: "For excellence in all-around route performance the Salina Journal recognizes Wynn Alexander as Honor Carrier, 3rd quarter !981." Contratu- lations, Wynn. Larry Davis, FmHA State Director, left and Tom Baxa, right, who is Acting County Supervisor for FmHA here, were in Mankato last week and called at the Record of- rice. Tom is assistant county su- pervisor in Concordia. He is acting county supervisor for Jewell, Mitchell and Lincoln Counties taking the place of Chris Davis who resigned from this position Sept. 25. Davis has moved to Kansas City where he has started his own sporting goods business. Also here with the State Director was Bill Webber, District FmHA Director from Manhattan. Even bigger and better! The Jewell County Historical Society Farmer's Market', which will be held on Sat- urday, October 24th at the Mankato National Guard Ar- mory from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., is even bigger and better in its fifth year. The following groups of arts and craftsmen will be there and more are expected by the time the doors open this Sat- urday: Brownies and Girl Scouts, food booth; Elizabeth Reece and Louise Park, an- tique dishes; Debby Trafton, Creative Crafts; Becky Webb, macrame; Diane Dunn, baby quilts, home baked goods; Marianna Switzer and Hazel Scott, cameo painting, Christ- mas bow making; Carmen Leece, collectibles; Mankato City library, books and mag- azines; Lutheran Church La- dies, baked goods and crafts; East Union Literary Society, afghans and crocheted dolls; Jewell County Junior Lead- ers, baked sale to sponsor a trip to Arkansas next year; WIFE, variety of crafts; Duane and Dana Bennett, antiques; Darlene Garst, So- cial Security representative; VFW Ladies, quilt raffle; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gumm, fur dogs, belt buckles and a var- iety; Jeannie Blair, house plants; Pare Moore, craft items; and Vergaline Holdren, wire items, all of Mankato: The Catholic Altar Society, Esbon, soft sculpture, quilts, wall hangings; Sandy Cash, macrame; Bob Wilson, broom making both from Jewell; Richard Haas, Lebanon, coin jewelry; Temple Crooksbank, Alma, Nebr., hand crafted jewelry; Georgia Webber, Hardy, Nebr., hand crafted paintings in acrylic; Linda Kirk, stained glass and beveled glass; Marilyn Ince, off loom and table loom weav- ing both from North Platte, Nebr.; Barbara Petersen, Em- poria, hoop quilting; Tamerius Woods and Crafts, Cuba, de- corated wall plaques, planters and clocks; Lonnie Diehl, Guide Rock, Nebr., Turquoise jewelry; Friendly Corners EHU, Formoso, bake sale; Rex Frybarger, Aurora, cer- amics; Dale Clark, Grand Is- land, Nebr., wooden toys; Marcia Hoist, demonstration of Mary Kay Cosmetics; An- nette Warren, Princess House Crystal both from Norway; Joan Ogle, Hickman, Nebr., craft items; David Sparks, Topeka, leather goods; Anna Mitchell, McPherson, non-kit costume jewelry; Mrs. Lyle FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SEMINAR Mr. Businessman or wo- man, are you really making a profit? Would you like to in- crease your business profit? You should attend the "Fi- nancial Management" seminar being offered at the North Central Vo-Tech School, Bus- iness Building, Beloit, Oct. 20, Jeffery, collectibles; Tracey Diehl, crafts and garden pro- duce; and Dodie Silsby, pain- tings; all from Burr Oak; Willard Garlock, Hastings, Nebr., wooden and mirror crafts; Elgin Denio, with his display of antique dishes. The Historical Society will be serving lunch and also selling 1982 Memberships, books and souvenirs. And there will be entertainment by the Mankato Junior High Super Group ,aacL, Fifth Grade at 11:30 a.m. In ad- dition, there will be an exhibit of past and present county newspapers using the JCHS's new microfilm projector. So come and enjoy your- selves at the Farmer's Market and do your Christmas shop- ping early. There will be many unusual items from the many talented craftsmen in this area. Admission to the Farmer's Market is 50 cents for those over 14 years of age. JCHS members will be ad- mitted at no charge. The Jewell County Mus- eum, featuring a special dis- play of household items that were used at the turn of the century in the county, will be open from 1-4 p.m, during the market. If you would like to donate cookies, pies or cakes to the JCHS food booth, please con. tact Millie Hills or Clarice Decker or return the coupon below. i:!!:i~iiii~:i:i .... i~ii!/i:~: Here, Donna Silsby shows J fashioned way and to carve an how to make soap the old-[ unusual picture in the soap. JEWELL COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY R.R. 1, BOX 47 MANKATO, KS 66956 Yes, I would like to donate the following: Name: Address: 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. This management training program deals with develop- ing the owner-manager's cap- ability of studying and anal- yzing the Profit & Loss State- ment and Balance Sheets of their businesses. Specific items discussed will include such techniques as break-even analysis, ratio analysis, cash flow, and other similar topics. There will be no charge for attending this workshop. Persons interested in en- rolling for this seminar please contact H. Noel Vetter, Beloit Chamber of Commerce, P.O. BOx 582, Beloit, or you can phone 913-738-2717. DON"r BE A LITTER BUG Pick up trash. Save news- papers and aluminum cans for the Cub Scouts. Call 378-3510 or 378-3743 for pick up of papers and cans.