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November 22, 1990     Jewell County Record
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November 22, 1990

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The Nov. 12th Gleaners Meetlng was Storewide Holiday ho, = oCh t. Ch=hb-- ment with 14 members and six guests illattendance. Specials Itha Seaman opened the meeting in prayer. Minutes were read and ap- 25% 33% off due to the absence of Pearl Stephens. BB Old business being: It was moved and seconded we have a gilt exchange at the December meeting. The glft our True Price on Name Brand ~ costing ,3 oo The recipient of the gift given at Long g f ily. ~~ Term Christmas Party ~ be Eva Clothin or the entirefam Zlmmer. It was also voted we give gilts to Mary Diamond and Ruth Colson, Open Friday, Nov. 23 both members of the Mankato Chris- till 7:30 p.m. tian Church who are shutins. The cost of the gifts, the same as last year. II i ~ ~i!iiiiii liii[ I!i!i!!i!iillit~[~ ~:~:~e:~:~:~:!~.~:~i~:~::~:.~:~:~:~s~:~:~:..:i:~..~.~.:::..::: New business: Sarah Schlotterback , iiliiiliiiii::!i~iiii~ ~i~i~:~ll moved that we send our extra reading ~ . ! : : .::~:~:::~ ~.~:~ ~ ~l~.~.,~;~:~i::...~.~.I = I ......................... " ........... ~ material such as Guide Posts, Look- ~i!!ii~[!~!i outs, and leR over Sunday School supplies to Ambassadors for Christ BUS USAGE SURVEY TRUE FAMILY CENTER DOWNS, KS. 454-3439 ~=-~7- "I - Open Thursday Evenings II,~ ~/.) Opening Sat. Nov. 24, 1990 THE TREE SHOPPE 1/4 mile east of Beloit on old # 24 Scotch Pine Christmas Trees Wreaths, Stands Open 3-5 weekdays, 10-5 Saturday, 1-5 Sundays The Kolman's 738-2481 All Jewell ......... County Banks Will Be Closed Jewell County Bankers Association MASTER MAGICIAN A Magic Extravaganza LIVE ON STAGE! A MA_MIVIOTH MAGIC S F CTACULAR ~ponsor: Jewell County Jaycees Sunday, Nov. 25th, 1990 Mankato National Guard Armory Tickets Available At The Door $4.00 Adults $3.00 Students 5 & Under FREE AFk/. TRANSPORTED IN A 60' SEMI-TRUCK THE DECORATEI "I~UCK IS AN ATIRAC1 ION IN ITSELFI Philippine Evangelism, Inc. Metier carried. Sarah Schlotterback and Al- berta Diamond volunteered to spear- head the project. Sarah Schlotterback made a motion we were to accept a gilt of organdy aprons from Bernice Carter and a giR of a phonograph from Mr. and Mrs. Kelth Bohnert. Mary Simons is to send them thank you notes. Mary Simons moved that we do two Tuesday Happenings for Long Term. Those being the Tuesdays closest to the Fourth ofduly and Valentine Day. Motion carried. Denoya Garman presented the pro- gram. It was on her stay in Switzerland this summer. The slides, snapshots and souvenirs were all informative and interesting. Alberta Diamond gave the devotions. Beverly Clegg and Dena Alvarez served a refreshing lunch of various finger foods, dips, cheeses and crackers. Mary Slmons, secretary F/ower over ~ C/ub Flower Lover's Club met November 15th with Viola Ross as hostess. Thir- teen members were present. Minutes and Treasurer's report accepted as read. We have taken Bess Meeker's name for the Christmas Party at the Long Term Care. New Officers for 1991 are: Presi- dent, Bernelce Shirley; Vice Presi- dent, Bernelta McElroy; Secretary, Darleen Sobers; Treasurer, MarJorle Murra3f. The officers will be respon: .... slble for a project for n~ yeear. It was voted to donate twenty five dollars to Food Pantry to buy perish- able foods as needed. A discussion was held prior to meeting on polnsettas and bulbs. Darleen Sobers had lesson. She read an article on a new hedge rose and the NewAll-American Rose for 1991. Also she read some articles on bird feed- in_g. Viola served rice chex frozen des- sert, candy and coffee. Next meeting will be our Christmas luncheon at noon on Dec. 20th at the Bu~alo Roam. Each is to bring a can of food for Food Pantry. Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner Will Only Cost About 22 Cents Customers of KPL Gas Service will be able to cook a traditional Thanks- giving dinner for 12---complete with turkey, mashed potatoes, rolls, and pumpkin pie--for about 22 cents, according to Todd Hall, manager of gas market planning for the Com- pany. "These costs are based upon using a standard gas range and oven and may differ slightly from appliance to appll- ance," Hall said. He sald the breakdown of costs includes roasting a stuffed turkey for 4 hours at a cost of 16 cents; cooking a large pan of mashed potatoes on a burner for 20 minutes, I cent; baking home-made dinner rolls for 20 min- utes, I cent; and baking two pumpkin pies for 1 hours, 4 cents. "This is another example of the great value of natural gas," Hall noted. Prep all-league ilK! TIAIL LFAGU! O~me Ends -- Trocy Cooper, sr., So, Cloud; Erk Buf'k~, jr,, Jewell. Linemen -- Justin Reynokh, st., Hill- trait; John Durzt, sr., North Central; John hql~trom, sr., Pike Volley, Quorterbcck -- Jeremy Nylund, st., Pike Volley. Runntn9 becks -- Joy Ru~ll, sr., Pike valley; Troy ~Clellon, st,, So. Cloud. Kicker-- Juso~ D~vis. sr., Jewell. Punter -- Jeff Nov~k, *r., North Con. trol. -- Chrh Yohe, m., So. Cloud; Johe Durst, st., North CemroL Linemen -- Terry 6eeyshek, st., Hill. crust. Linelxxker~ -- J.T. Reynolds, jr., Hiil- crest: Robb Ron~y, jr, pike Volley. Becks -- Jmen Doves, st., Jewell; Jmwn W~l~ner, st., So. Cloud; Jay Russell, st., Pike Valley. Rocord Classifieds Bring Fast Resultsl Record Classifieds Bring JEW]ELL COUNTY RF, CORD Fast Resultsl Thursday, November 22. 1990 Page 5-Sectlon 2 HELP WANTED Mankato Housing Authority MAINTENANCE PERSON Apply at Housing Authority Office by Dec. 5, 1990. H. A. reserves the right to reject any or all applications. 378-3017 or 378-3505 Equal Opportunity Employer The Jewell Co. Dept. on Aging is striving to make better useof our local bus which is available to persons all over Jewell County. The bus is stored & dispatched from Mankato and arrangements for use are through the Jewell County Senior Center. In order to keep our bus and possibly add one, we need more usage. The bus committee is working on a program for this service. In order to know your needs, they ask your cooperation in filling out the fol- lowing survey. Thanks! 1. Would you use the bus if available to your area? Yes No . 2. In what town or area would you be boarding? 3. Where would you probably desire pick-up & delivery? (Check one) Your home 4. When would A.M. 5. How often? 6. Where would a. b. c , Designated local spot. you most likely use bus? Day of week P.M. or either Once a week . Once every two weeks Once a month . Other (specify) you be most apt to want service to & from? 7. How much would you be willing to pay per trip? a. Within the county ,:~'=:~"b..0Utsde of county Co Day trip. Please Retu rn To: (Signature) Jewell County Senior Center 119 E. Jefferson Mankato, KS 66956 i ii iii i KEY DAYS WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21 - FRIDAY, NOV. 23 - Jowoll Storo - Keyweave Overalls or Blue Overalls $16.88 Each; 3 Pair 848.00 OHve Twill Insulated Coveralls Now Only- $39.98 Brown Duck Insulated Overalls Now Only- $36.98 Denim Work Jeans Full cut, plier pocket Now Only - $13.99 Special Savings On All Key Clothing! Made in U.S.A. since 1903 Prices Also Good Through Saturday, Nov. 24- Beloit Store