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I)L I[AYMAN RECEIVES ffIDCKBERGER AWARD Dr. Donald B. Hayman, assistant director of the Insti- tute of Government and pro- lessor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has received the 1981 Stock- berger Award of the Interna- tional Personnel Management Association. Hayman received the award, which recognizes and hens. ~ ~.on ~....b.c or private life who has made an outstanding contribution toward the improvement of public personnel management at any level of government, at the association's annual con- ference in San Diego, Calif., on Oct. S. The award is the highest honor the Auociation can bestow on any individual. Hayrmm has taught public personnel, municipal, and public administration to thou- sands of students and public officials during his 36 years at the University of North Cars- linD. Hayman has served as a consultant to the North Cars- lena General Assembly on legislation regarding person. nel, retirement, state reor- ganization, and natural re. sources. He has played a significant role in the wide adoption of the city and county manager plan in North Carolina and in the adoption of model local personnel ordi. nantes. LORD,S ACRE SALE Wednesday, Nov. 17 Webber United Methodist Church WebbM', Kansas Lunch INsim. at II:O0 AM. Auctkm at ldlQ P.M. EVERYONE IS WEIXN)M~ I Hayman has received hon- orary life membership in the N.C. chapter of IPMA for his contribution to public per- sonnel and has been named an honorary member of the In- ternational City Management Association. Hayman is the son of the late H*.-ry and Emma Hay- man of Formoso and Satins and a cousin of L. E. Nelson of Mankato. NEW MEMBER KIDNAP On Oct. 20. 18 new mem- bers started arrivi~ at ~hool at 6:30 a.m. All were sleepy. eyed and pajama clad as a result of a new member kid- nap. The cabinet members got together and planned the kidnap well in advance. The cabinet members knew who to pick up and the time. Mothers were called and let in on the details. The cabinet members planned this to welcome the new members into a super club and a fun year. The other members were secretly invited to join us in the festivities. After everyone arrived, about 7:00 a.m., we were served doughnuts and orange juice. While we were enjoying our breakfast, the new members had a style show of their "sleepy" attire. Next, they had to draw from a bowl and do whatever the paper said. After the games were over, the new members changed into their school clothes while the rest cleaned up the mess. Then we were all ready for an exciting day at school. --Reporter Information about your changing telephone service from Marcia Welch. Manager. Answers for Speeme~ Caning with Your caning Card stockholderswe're now making it even In Southwestern Bell's terrl- simpler for you to use a tele- tory, there are 240,000 phone credit, or Calling Card. AT&T stockholders and Between now and Janu- hquite a few of them are right ary 1. 1983. we're introduc- ere In Kansas. Many of you ing Automated Calling Card have questions about what Service in most Southwest- will happen to your AT&T ern Bell exchanges in Kan- stock after divestiture, sas. With the new service. Currently. AT&T stock you can dial in your Calling represents an investment in Card number yourself from the total Bell System--Long Touch-Tone* telephones in Lines. Western Electric. Bell areas served by specially. Labs and the operating com- equipped telephone offices. panics, like Southwestern That means you don't Bell. At divestiture, the as- need to go through an oper- sets of the Bell System will ator to make a station-to- be divided proportionately, station call billed to your No final decision has been Calling Card. This makes made on a procedure for de- Calling Card calls faster. vldlng the stock once AT&T The new service is especial- spins off the 22 operating ly timesaving when you're companies. However. AT&T. making more than one call. is working on a plan to because you only have to make it easy and Inexpen- dial in your Calling Card siva for share owners to number once. manage their holdings. If you already have a Call- Specific investment pro- ing Card. you'll receive a let- cedures and other details tar explaining the new pro- have not been finalized. Any eedure in detail very soon. If plan regarding AT&T stock you don't have a Calling requires review by the Bell Card. and would like one. operating companies, the contact your local telephone Department of Justlce and business office. the federal court before it * * * can be enacted. If you have something to talk about, don't AT&T's Cotnt~tment hesitate to write me. Or Whatever plan is ac- call me toll free. And let's cepted, AT&T is committed talk. to en_suringthe plan is fair and equ/table. In addition,Marcle Welch AT~I" plans to minimize, as 115 N. 4th much as possible, transac- Manhattan. KS 66502 tion costs associated with I + 574-8811 the consolidation of small holdings. ~,~ Sc4JIthvvulQM~ ~MI A Proven Energy Saver! MODEL UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE Hays -- Western Kansas high school students repre- senting 108 national delega- tions will participate in Fort Hays State University's ninth annual Model United Nations Conferenco, Nov. 18 in Memo- rial Union. The conference, sponsored by the FHSU political science department, will introduce students to the structure and functions of world politics. World trade and protection- ism, and disarmament and arms control are the topics being researched and to be addressed by the delegates. *The students have been researching the topics since October," said Lawrence Gould, assistant professor of political sciencs. '~hrough the model meeting, students can gain insight and understand- ing into the procedures of UN meetings and the countries themselves." All Jewell County Banks will be CLOSED Thursday, November II for Veterans Day. I I I Esbon is one of the schools sending delegates and will be advised by their faculty member, Roger Frickey. Record Classifieds Bring Fast Resultsl Army and Air Force Home- town News -- Sgt. Ronald E. Gould, Jr., son of Ronald E. Gould of 31 Gebhart St., Dayton, Ohio, and Joy R. Gould of 2440 Kensington, Kansas City, Mo., has re- enlisted in the U.8. Air Force BNew York Life Immm~ Co. Randall, Kan~ Ph. 739-2228 Life, Health, Disability Income, Estate Phumla~ Group Inmam~e, Annuities, Pension Plans, Medicare Supplement JEWELL COUNTY REPUBLICANS! The Organizational Meeting of the County Central Committee will be held at the State Bank of Esbon function room Tuesday, November 16, 1982 - 8:00 P.M. Flowers Make ! Life Brighter. [ MANKATO [ I II POWELL ELECTRIC Commercial and Rosidonflal Wiring Rofrigerstlon 370-US4 or $78-3~9 MANKATO, KS. II - BUFFALO VALLEY VETERINARY HOSPITAL LARRY H. DAVID, D.V.M~ Large and Small Animal Medicine Jewell, Kansas Phone 421~303 Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6:00 Sat. $:30-12:00 III II .... OP~METmSTS Dr. Jon Thayer Dr. James Whittaker HOURS: Mon.-Frl. 8:10.S:00 Sat. 8:00-1t:00 BELLEVILLE, KS. Phone S~-~NS .......... ITWll "If ESBON VETERINARY CUNIC HARRY (Skeet) JOHNSON D.V.M. Large and Small Animal Practice PHONE if no answer, 72S-M(4 or 71~$451~ " " I[ ~" i" " PAUL R. WILSON Certified Public Ac~ou~tw~L Wanldyn Plumbing and Electric JEW ELL, KANSAS % Ph/4:m-~16S Plumbing and Eleetrieal ~tchh~ an~ BackJme GROVES CONSTRUCTION Residential Commercial Addltlone Romodeling General Repair MANKATO, KS. BOHNERT JEWELER 209 N. Mill Watch and Clock Ropalr Ring Repair aml Stonesettln9 CoHIfled Autm~ Service PH. 7U-SI~ - BEIx)n" I -- ~ . IIII MANKATO AUTOBODY Ph. SII-~S4 MANKATO 4-W-D WRECKER SERVICE BODY & PAINT JOBS RADIATOR REPAIR GLASS GRINDING & CUTTING Plus These Accessories and More: Windshield & Sldegless Tires & Batteries for Farm & Town Vehicles CB Radbs & Etc. Stylistic Shears SHERYL JUNE SANDY KAREN Men.-set. t:H-S:N Wednesday till |:N ~S E. Jefferson Manketo, KS I POWELL ANIMAL CLINIC Forru# N. lowell, D.V.M. MANKATO, KANS. Large & Small Animals Phone 17848~7 ] | . I" I "His & Hers" Salon 20S North Commercial Msnksto, Ksns. Phone 3]'8-3434 HOURS: Tue., Frl., Sat. Ir:.~0-S:N Wed. 1:06-t:00 WRF.L'KER SERVICE ~4~ Hour DENNY'S AUTO SALVAGE MANICAT()., KS. KCC Aufl~rlty Insured PIm~ I~. ~11klml.144e - or 91/4;8-NM If N answer ceil: Days 9i I-,178-~ Nltas tll~r/8.1BS4 " SUNFLOWER MENTAL HEALTH CENIXR A Tax Supported Community Service Agency --Promoting Mental Hoalth ~Evalusfing and Treating Emotional Problems ~Providing 24 Hour Emergency Services MANKATO: Jewell County Hospital Phone: 3]m-r31i~l on Mondays and Thursdays or 243-1094 in Concordle BELOIT: Mitchell; County Hospllsl Phone: rJa-~ BELLEVILLE: Republic Connty rHospitai Phone: S~7-2S49 on Tuesday and Thureduy'or 243-10N in Concordim MAIN OFFICE - CONCOR[)IA: S~0~B Washington " Plume: 24,1-1094 "EMERGENCY SERVICE: Day or ~t cell ~1-11#4 JEWELL COUNTY Thursday, Nov. Page 4 - after being status. Assigo~l at Force Base, ColD., a board which character and Gould, a radio tions specialist 1987th Squadron, is a 1978 of Belmont High ton. His wife, daughter of Myron~ Marjorie J. Hulbert West St., Manty Harris of sent a cheek for her Record ALL SARAH Fashion LIM Precious Diamonds Gold & Platinum Watches We sccepl Visa, Master and American 403 N. MANKATO LOOMIS & 378-3541 Plumbing & Sewer Heating & Air Electrical Wiring General Electric Kiichon Cabinets Bath Vanities & Lighting Fixtures Small Appliances ELE~ Authorized Installation and Service Dr. D~ A, Stewart Optometrist 115 N. Mill Hem: t-l~ -- 14; 11mrs. & ~t. &l~ Ph, 738-2862 - Beloit, Ks. in OPAL A. STOOPS LICENSED AND BONDED ABSTRACTER I0~ Enst Main "M~ato, Kansas Telephone 378-3214" Office hours 9 A.M. to12 Noon and 2 P.M. to 5 PM. Monday through Frklay Helen's Beauty Shop Shampoos - Sets Permanents 208 N.. CeNter St. MJJd(ato Phone 378-3561 GRIFFITH * TRANSPORT ns40~4 ESBON, KANSAS Common Carrier (For Hire) of PetroleUm Products, Grain, Feed and" Fertlllser., Licensed. and Insured.. Applied KlmmolelW Nutritional Therapy Acupuncture $:MI te S:00 Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri. 8:N to 12:00 Thurs. /206 E. Jefferson Muskets, Ks. Phone |78420~ Dr. John J. Optometric spec~d~t Smith C~nUs', Tues., Thurs. I:IS - 4:~iI 2315 G Ballevllle, KS SUPERIOR FOOT CLINIC DR. PHILIP A. MAYNARD FOOT SPECIALIST FOOT SURGEON 113 Easl Third Superior, Nebr. Open Tuesdays Appointments Only Telephone 40~-I~Jk3411 Smith WEDDINB PHI AND HOURS: 9-1~ MONDAY THnU 501 N. MANKATa, KS (~;t 3) ! STOP! Don~ *tmle -- Set T.M.T. Motor that car yon ilia. $14.95 Free Installation -.--or send $14.H t0~ L STER SIMMONS Box 28 Formeso, KS lqhmne 1t13,794.3414 Mon., Wed. I:lS. s:li 123 N. KS