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:. ,~i~~ ,~;i ,~ i~:~~i~!I:II~I /~!; ! i !" .... Jewell FFA members ~were on the auction block at the Jewell Com show Oct. 11. FFA members offered four hours of labor to the highest bidder. Eddie Duskie is taking the bids as members await their fate. t Thursday, October 23, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY RECORDj Jewel] Corn Show results for 2003 Parade entries. School division: Sixth grade float- friends, family, class- mates, teachers, churches and clubs for helping us make the best memo- ries; Junior class - thanks for the child- hood memories; Freshman class - re- membering the entrepreneurs of Jew- eli. Churches and clubs: J-Janes - glad it's just a memory; Trinity Methodist Church - remembering old time circuit riders. Antique vehicles: 1937 Studebaker "Big Bad Green" owned by Paul and Darlene Garst; 1929 Model A Ford owned by Bob Engle; 1968 Firebird owned by Ellis Dunstan; 1923 T Roadster owned by Dan and Rachel Engel. Horse and buggy: Norman Greene, Bailey Sheilito, Tom Schwerman. Antique tractor: 1940 Allis Chalmer combine and tractor -owned by Tom and Nancy Lott; 1935 John Deere owned by Steve Suchsland; 1951 Allis Chalmers G Tractor owned by Gene Coop. Homecrafts, Marisa McCreight, needlecrafl, blue; Becky Woodford and Kim Thompson, blanket, red; Don Durant, quilt, blue; Aly Houghton, crafts, red; Pat Zentz, craft, blue; Clarabelle Hajny, quilt, blue, quilt, red; Ron Zentz, wood picture, blue, tissue box, red, lady bear clock, blue, craft, red; quilt rack, red; Pat Zentz, quilt, blue, angel, red, craft, red, iite of mine, ,. blue; June Saint,quilt, blue, blue, blue. Patricia Cleary, Jr. sewing, blue, Jr. ceramics, blue; Judy Cleary, Jr. sew- ing, red, Jr. ceramics, blue; Brittany Joerg, Jr. ceramics, red, Jr. crochet, blue; Devin Jones, Jr. crochet, blue; Shelby Barrett, Jr. sewing, blue, red, Jr. crochet, red, red, Jr. ceramics, blue, red, blue, blue, red, red; Caden Slate, crochet, blue; BrendaColby, silk, blue, red, crafts, blue, red, red; Shirley Simmelink, quilt, red; Ryan Cates, craft, blue, blue, red; Bill Griffeth, craft, red~ Kathryn Tickle, silk arr., blue; Kay Zimmer, craft, blue, blue, red; Charla Monty, needlecraft, white; Jarrett Arasmith, craft, white; Betty Wilson, quilt, grand champion; Kristie Vetter, craft, blue; Charlotte Hansen, crochet, blue; Reta Rogers, crochet, blue; Sara Winkei, Jr. crochet, blue, blue; Shayna Winkel, Jr. crochet, red. Janice Broadbent, blue; Keith Ericson, blue, grand champion; Darica Bohnert, Jr. sewing, red, red; Luke Peters, Jr. ceramics, blue; Jerry Peters, Jr. ceramics, blue; Mark Peters, red; Briana Heel, Jr., blue; Angela Reiter, quilt, blue, knitting, grand champion; Katelyn McCreight, white, white; Jake Barrett, Jr. ceramics, red, red; Char- lotte Hansen, blue; Trevor Winkel, Jr. drawing, white, white, white; Karen Boden, needlecraft, blue, angel, blue, sewing, red, quilt, red. Display. Ron and Pat Zentz, Earl Varney, Jewell County Resource Coun- cil, County 4-H, red, Palmer Museum, green, J-Janes, white, Trinity UM Church, National Guard, Christian Church, blue, Kids for Christ, grand champion, Jeweli Library, Jewell Day Care, yellow, Pioneer, Annette Saint, Jewell Gemsontes, Y-Teen, Neil Bonjour, AJ and Tyler Eilert, Progres- sive Study Club, Jewell County Hospi- tal, Randall Elementery School. Crops. Kindra Anderson, mile, mile, mile, corn, mile, blue, mile, white; Jeffrey Anderson, mile, blue, mile, green, corn, green, mile, mile, red, mile, yellow; William Lienberger, mile, green beans, blue, corn, blue; Ashley Lienberger, mile; Amy Lienberger, mile, blue; Calvin Bohnert, mile, sorghum, blue, best head, blue; Joshua Bohnert, mile; Damon Bohnert, soybean, red; Calvin Bohnert, beans, blue, cane, blue, mile, blue, mile, white, mile, red, corn, yellow; Marc Bolte, sunflower, mile, mile, mile. Mitchell McMillan, pumpkin, red; Elesa McMillan, gourd, blue; Matthew McMillan, pumpkin, blue; Darica Bohnert, popcorn, blue grand cham- pion, carrots, red, beets, blue, pump- kin, white, sunflower, red; Bohnert, popcorn, red, parsnips, red, pumpkin, flower, blue; Jessie Eilert blue, pepper, red, white Vamey, pepper, red, watermelon apple, red; Jason Nelson Kim Hoppe, mile, mile Matter, mile; Cynthia pepper, white, blue, tomato flower, blue; Logan pumpkin, red; white, mile; Robin Griffeth, blue, mile, largest head; largest head, mile, green; Winkel, largest head, pumpkin, Tristen Winkel, mile mile, yellow; Trevor white, mile, blue, largest Winkel, mile, blue; Shayna mile; Carlyle Saint, mile; Curt mile, white; Nathan Saint, mile, Michael Saint, mile, John Edwards, corn, white, red, corn, blue grand blue; Jim Dooley, mile, Boden, mile, mile, green, best sunflower, sunflower, blue Boden, sunflower, sunflower; Edwards, largest head mile, mile, champion, blue, corn, blue, champion; Carlene Olsson, Connie Dunstan, tomato, red, ( blue, spaghetti squash, blue. "Memories of Early Ministers" was the theme for the Juwell United Methodist Church entry in the Jewell Corn Show ,parade Oct. 11: The float depicts an early-day circuit nder preacher. The Mankato H igh School flag corps members precede the Cougar marching band dunng the Jewell Corn Show lllen I obile ammography at Jewell County Hospital Tuesday, Oct. 28 9 a,m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Contact Terry for appointments at: (785)-378-3137 Mankato Weather Bill Wood, observer Tuesday, Oct. 14 67 37 Wednesday, Oct. 15 70 39 Thursday, Oct. 16 54 38 Friday, Oct. 17 66 31 Saturday, Oct. 18 87 31 Sunday, Oct. 19 89 31 Monday, Oct. 20 89 57 DAVE'S GUN SHOP Roy - - ud Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 Visit us on the web www.davesgunshop.net Mankato Schools Bond Issue to Solve Roof Leaks Voters in Jeweii County Unified School District No. 278 (Mankato) will go to the polls Nov. 4 to consider to finance needed roof district school facilities. question requests the au- bonds. snows. The high school and shop com- plex are 35 years old and the adminis- tration ]s more than 65 years old. All indications are that the roofs of these structures are original. Consultantsin- dicate the roofs have an estimated use- ful life of 15 to 20 years. Bob Roush, district maintenance employee, said, "When it rains, district maintenance personnel must place buckets in numerous locations to con- tain the water." Leaking roofs damage interior walls, ceilings and floors. Water leaks can also damage furnishings and expensive equipment, such as comput- ers. The district's roofing consultant is alsoconcemed that waterreachingdec- trical wiring couldpotentially be a fire hazard. Mold in the interior of the building could also become an envi- ronmentalproblem. Patching and band- aid repairs will not solve the problem. The consultant has estimated the total cost of replacing roofs on these three buildings, with bonding costs, at a total of $550,000. The USD 278 Board of Education voted to contrib- vo-ag (shop) complex and ute $150,000 in existing capital outlay i trafion building (old junior high) all ftmds to the project, if needed. Fund- "'""I , repairs would deplete the district capi- tal outlay funds to adangerously low level. These funds are needed for other capital needs and as emergency funds to maintain district buildings and transportation needs. USD 278 S0perintendent, Dean Schultz, indicates that funding the needed roof repairs with a voted bond issue is a more economic solution. The State of Kansas will help retire the bonds under a law created by the 1992 Kansas Legislature. USD 278 is eligible for 31 percent of the bond payments in additional state aid with a voted bond issue. The amount of state aid, both principal and interest, is estimated at $158,000. The addi- tional state aid is more than the esti- mated interest cost for the 10-year bonds. Additionally, interest rates for the tax-exempt bonds are near his- torically low levels. Obviously, the Mankato School District believes the roof problems will not go away or~lve themselves. Consult~isindicatethe .~'oblems will continue to worsen and increase the cost of needed solutions. It...,au~ O O O The Jewell Junior-Senio~ marching band performed in the Jewell Com Show parade Oct. 11 Although rain threatened early in the sun c_=.me through in time for the 10 a.m. parade. Jewell County Memories 100 Years Ago ; Perry Metz .was ~en by a rattle- ake. t'fis ~ s'we~ was pain- but Perry killed the gnake and is coming along all right. Ed Jones has been marketing some good Berkshires. No corn dry enough to crib. S.E. Hill is the new County Trea- surer and W.S. Canan is the deputy. The rains nearly drowned out two revival meetings. 80 Years Ago Post hole diggers say it's wet clear down. A Lovewell man is in jail for heat- ing hts wife. It happened, in Jewell County. Rodney Cash got a broken collar bone in a football game. The Yanks won the world champi- onship. Harry White, "I hear there are 1, ! 00 Ku Klux in Jewell County." The queen of the Fall Festival at Mankato was Miss Mildred Eychner. Jewell football team beat Scandia 20 to 7. 60 Years Ago Warren Wright is expected to soon graduate from a twin-motor aviation school at Altus, Okla. Capt. Robert J. Edward has been awarded a Silver Star for gallantry in action. Five men from Jewell County rep- cattle lots in and near Burr Oak. resenting five wars ~ for a pi~ 20 Years Ago They were J:P. l~,dr~ Manitato; ~6 A total ~700 pers6n paid admis- served the Ci;il War; H.F. Klasinn sion at the 7th annual Farmer~. Market who served in the Spanish-American and the Philippine Insurrection; Dr. J.R. Kirk, who served as Captain in WWI; and Tech.-Sergeant Harvey Quy of Formoso, one of six brothers in the Armed Forces. All these men took part in promoting the county's United War Fund Drive. Temperatures dipped down to 22 degrees. Randall football team defeated Hardy, Neb., 14 to 6. Lyle Flinn, playing fullback for Randall, drove over two touchdowns. 40 Years Ago Due to Kansas State Labor Com- mission requirements effective Oct. 28 we willhave new store hours: Mon.- Fri., 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Sat., 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. - Boogaarts Super Market, Kier's Store, Halstead Shoe Store. Gambles. E.C. Riley Chevrolet Co. Inc., Cawker City. Used cars, 1963 Impala convertible, $2,795; 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air, $1,995; 1961 Chevrolet Im- pala, $1,895. Nelson Jewelry, Mankato, proudly presents Bulova watches. Clayton Walker, Burr Oak, is feed- ing an average of 500 head in his three in Mankato. Mankato merchants to hold Moon- light Madness Oct. 29. Stores will be open that Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Esbon Octoberfest baby contest winners were Nathan Shipley, Levi Shipley and Sarah Bergman. Leona Peroutek was crowned 1983 Octoberfest queen and Emil Peroutek was crowned king. Lance Winslow was born Oct. 5 at the hospital in Superior. 10 Years Ago The State Exchange Bank congratu- lates Justin Basart, Mankato High School alumni and third year starting receiver for the Fen Hays State Tigers. Jewell County Hospital to network with Asbury. Dennis Moser of Moser and Associates in Kingwood, Texas, was in Mankato to help plan the future of the Jewell County Hospital and how it would meet the medical needs of the surrounding areas. Lyle Dauner, Mankato, was in- stalled as one of the district directors for Kansas Pharmacists Association, a professional association representing pharmacists across the state, with more than 6,000 members. Patti Blackmore, Jewell, was fea- I II QUARTERLY REPORT OF CITY TREASURER, BURR OAK, KANSAS For the period from July 1 to October 1, 2003 Funds General Gas Tax and Special Highway i Water Sewer Landfill Employee Benefits Old Balance 31,672.44 14,935.42 44,231.72 217.16 12t845.31 874.00 1r219.15 Receipts Disbursements 9,580.02 Ncw Balance 8,413.52 30,505.94 1,687.78 9,929.55 6,693.65 " 10,109.00 346.01 9,582.21 448.41 3,447.57 2,528.00 3,376.95 3r016.98 2,499.00 2,727.88 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 44,758.51 114.76 12~414.72 , , 845.00 570.08 Totals 105,995.20 28,800.17, 38,892.71 95.902.66 J Cheryl Hillman, City Treasurer i Looking for additional T.V. programming? Look no turthefi Ctm~ Cable has what you're looking for! 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Monroe. Connects: Gary Colson, Commercial. 1 ~h & Ot, d~ I-k.,,~p. Ocean Oasis PULSE: a STOMP Dolphins ,~ Bruce Almighty ~.~ HALLOWEEN HEADQUA i i,i, I I Greenleaf Candles.. Halloween decorations Russell Stover Halloween candies Halloween cards. Also -Fall items Phermae 125 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. 785-378,3183 or (800) 439-3183