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Jewell County 1990 natinghistimetoJudgethedairyshow and the dairy section of the round County Extension robin several times. He provided a set of beef heifers for county Judging con- Award "test Max VanHorn received the 1990 Maxwasakeysupporterandworker County Extension Award that" was for the Jewels-Smith Counties Exten- presented at the County Extension sion Steer Futurity Demonstration Annual Meeting which was held No- program that was active from 1975- w-tuber 15, 1990. 1984 Max has been involved with Kansas This Extension supporter served as Extension programs since his youth in an Open BeefShow superintendent for Franklin County. HIS parents were our county fair from 1985-1988. He Extension supporters, was and is a strong supporter of the Records in the Extension office show county fair cow-calf classic event. that Max served on the County Exten- Max was a member of the KSU Ex- sion Cotmcfl in 1967, 1968, 1969, and tension Dairy Herd Improvement As- 1970. He served on the Executtve Board sociation when he operated a dairy. in 1969 and 1970. He was a member of the KSU Exten- He served as the man community sion Farm Management Association leader for the Limestone Valley 4-H for several years. club from 1970-1972. He was the club Max and his wife Myrna are repre- dairy project leader several years, sentatives of the kind of people that Max helped our county fair by do- have helped to maintain a strong Ex- I Jewell County Courthouse Witl lk Closed Nov. 22..23 Tl~nday, T~sltgi~i~ Day, a@ ~ Friday following TheJeweU County Landfill Will Also Be Closed On Those Days This Week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co. We sold 1034 cattle on a higher market. Here are some sales: Light Steers up to ........... $122.00 8 Saler Strs, wt 480 ....... ~. 105.00 17 Mx Strs, wt 545 .......... 99.50 17 Mx Hfrs, wt 460 .......... 96.25 27 Mx Hfrs, wt585 .......... 93.10 19 Sire + Strs, wt 565 ....... 96.60 23 Mx Strs, wt 585 .......... 96.75 25 Char Strs, wt 520 ........ 104.00 26 Mx Sirs, wt 620 .......... 96.25 25 Mx Strs, wt 670 .......... 90.35 18 Mx Hfrs, wt 680 .......... 87.25 16 Mx Hfrs, wt 560 .......... 89.00 59 ~ I-If~, wt 765 .......... 86.75 25 Mx Hfrs, wt 615 .......... 87.00 18 Sam Sirs, wt 835 ......... 86.25 18 Mx Strs, wt 680 .......... 89.00 22 Mx Strs, wt 640 .......... 94.10 20 Mx Strs, wt 760 .......... 89.85 34 Mx Strs, wt 675 .......... 91.00 42 Mx Strs, wt 875 .......... 88.25 18 Saler Hfrs, wt 550 ...... ,. 92.00 27 Mx Hfrs, wt 530 .......... 91.75 32 Mx Strs, wt 555 .......... 97.25 30 Mx Hfrs, wt 655 .......... 85.75 18 Mx Strs, wt 625 .......... 93.50 27 Mx Hfrs, wt 570 .......... 86.50 24 Char Strs, wt 800 ........ 97.75 17 Saler Strs, wt ~ ........ 96,00 10 Saler Hfrs, wt 445 ........ 95.50 WE WILL HAVE A SALE NOVEMBER 23rd. Mankato Livestock Commission Co. ANDYr MONTGOMERY, Owner .... 402-879-3004 JON RUSSELL. Fieldman ......... 913-374-4482 BILL LOGAN, Fieidman ........... 91&378-3327 Gale Mikkelsen Real Estate GALE MIKKELSEN. Broker, Kansas & Nebraska MARIE MIKKELSEN, Salesperson 8uperior, Nebr. 879-4464 BARBARA BOTHWELL, Salespersoa 741 N. High. Mankato, Kans 376-3833 725 N. High - ~ ~[~ian Gates 2 story home ~'~_~..,ed garage. Lots of houst~It.1..~ money. Would be great hou~ for a growing family. 2 bedroom home located at 325 N. Water. This home is fully insulated, has central heat and air, and has attached garage. Would make a good starter home. Ranch style home located on High- way 36 west edge of Mankato. 3 bed- room home yet to be finished on the inside. Basement is completely fin- ished and ready to live in while you work on the 1st story. Neat and tidy describes this taste- fully decorated S bedroom home located at 214 S. Clinton. Has large living room, large kitchen with lots of built-ins, patio, attached garage, and main floor utility. Price has also been reduced. 109 W. Jay - I story very attractive modern home has 3 bedrooms, finish- ed basement, privacy fenced back yard, wood deck off dining room, and one ear attached garage. Call for an appointment to view this quality home. Just the place you've been looking for: a 3 bedroom modern brick home with many nice extras plus a 40'x50' building plus approximately 54 acres -- located Just north of Mankato. Everything in excellent condition just waiting for a new owner. We are Co-op Broker with Farm Credit Services for this area. Have several farms listed so call Barb for details. We are also available for auctions of all types whether real estate or personal property. Very affordable home at 210 N. Clinton. 3 bedroon~, full bath and living room on main floor with spiral staircase to big family room-dining room combination, country kitchen, pantry, storm shelter and hath on lower level. Super sharp 2 story 4 bedroom home at 630 E. Jefferson. Very spac- ious house, so would be great for a growin8 family. Some nice extras include an attached 2 car garage, lots of closets, 2 fireplaces, and located close to Jr-Sr. High School. This home is in mint condition. 801 N. High -- 3 bedroom home has spiral stairway leading to finished basement. Has oversized closets, Ist floor laundry and other great feat- urea. Ready to move right into and enjoy this lovely home. Recently remodeled 2 story home at 213 N. East Street. Located only one block from high school. Priced to sell. Nice 1 story home on N. High Street -- 4 bedrooms, formal dining room, large utility room, Priced to sell. Cozy one-story home on North Mc- Roberts -- 2 bedrooms, storm win- dows and doors, well insulated plus partial basement, attached garage and fenced back yard. The Dorcas Weltmer home located at 324 East Madison, Lovely tri-level home plus approximately 2 acres.~ Privacy fenced back yard, central air and heat, plus many extras Looking for country living? Only 3' miles from "Mankato -- a modern, all electric home plus approximately 4 ecru. This lovely home has been REDUCED in price. Call for detalk. tension program in Jewell County and state Jewell County Extension Council JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, November 22, 1990 Page 6-Section 2 group singing. Pi Chapter members attending wevc Annual Meeting Mrs. Earley, Ruth Hedstrom, Marga- The ................. ret Lachman, Mrs. Woodside Edna ~nnum Meeting oi me oeweu Mas ...... ' ......... [ers. Mrs ooromy r~ovotny, Mrs ~ounty ]~'tenslon t~ouncu was ne~a Wil-- "" - " ..... ", Noveml~r 1 R 1QQn in M~r, tre.t,~ ~t th,. Qa Novomy, Aae/mae i,egnler aria B~I~o-]~I S~-I~I" :'"'"'" :" "~'~" Mrs Helen Trlsicky. pe guests mcmoea State Representative Janis Lee and Duane McHenry, KCEE (Kansas Citi- zens for Extension Education). Elec- tion of Executlve Board members and officers followed agent reports and a brief outline of KCEE's objectives. Newly elected officers and board members are: Chairman-Jim Dooley, Vice Chalrman-Wanda Thummel, Secretary-Pennle Shlpley, Treasurer- Robert Kemmerer, Nola Bess Atwood, Eugene Clark, Mark Ruthstrom, Deb Underwood and Leonard Worm. Individual PDC (Program Develop- ment Committee) meetings were held following the main meeting to elect committee officers and select future meeting dates. Pi Members Attend District Workshop Nine members of Pl Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International attended the District 7 workshop held at the Saline Red Coach Restaurant Saturday, November 3. Mrs. Don Earley, district coordina- tor, presided at the event, using as its theme, "Gather Ye Rosebuds While You May'. Edna Masters of P1 Chapter pre- sented a speech entitled *Rose Pet- ass*. Mrs. Brad Aaron and Kay Dyke of Bellevflle accompanied by Luella Potter sang, "Blossoms are Beauti- ful', to reflect the theme Phi State President Shirley Post Botkin introduced the seven district members, each of whom spoke on one of the Society's purposes. Mrs. Wilda Novotny and Adelaide Regn/er were speakers from PL Mrs. Botkln used banners to illustrate each of the Soci- ety's mission statements. Members divided into groups to discuss the Society's future at the chapter, state and international lev- els and how members can enhance their own chapters. A spokesman reported from each group. Lunch was served, followed with piano music. Mrs. Kelth Woodslde. PI Chapter president, accompanied Stow' RICK ~ MY BLUE _HEAVEN idea culture [ :~ shock. November 23, 24 and 25 "My Blue Heaven" Show Time 7:30 P.M. PG-13 -- COMING -- Nov. 30, Dec. 1-2--"Taking Care of Business", R Dec. 7-8-9--"Avalon", PG Dec. 14-15-16--"Sibling Rivalry", PG-13 Dec. 21-22-23--"Memphis Belle", PG-13 Dec. 28-29-30--"Quigley Down Under", PG-13 Jan. 11-12-13--"Ghost", PG-13 Mankato, Kansas mob t~. Th~ F.i agent named C~ JeweH County My l~lue Itemren ers~th ~k Mo~n~l works to ke Sheriff's Report "My Blue Heaven" finds genial New Vtnnle from drlftingback to the llfec York mobster Vlnnle Antonelli (Steve crime and Vinnie works to get About6:30p.m.Novemberl3. 1990. Martin) relocated to a small California ersmlth to unwind a little, co~J~,,,-. 7.5 miles north of Randall. KS, Eldon town as part of the federal witness- momentsare scattered throughoutU~i Dunstan of Jewell was southbound protection program. He is forced to lay movie. | ona county road in an 88Ford pickup low until he can testify in a New York Rated PG-13 for language. [ when he hit a calfln the road belong- Ing to Ellis Dunstan, Formoso. November 18, 1990 at 12:10 p.m., 3 miles south of Burr Oak, Mark Underwood of Burr Oak who was westbound in an 89 Ford pickup, lost control of his vehicle when the left front tire brakes locked. The vehicle went into the ditch and turned on it's side. There were no injuries. On November 10 and 1 1 guests at the Harlan Sandell residence were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tleszen of Baltic, S. Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wise of Sterling, Kansas; Diana Thomas and Schandele and Dustin of Hutchin- son, and Richard Petty. On November 13. Richard and Mllly Sandell took BettyT[eszen to her home in Baltic, S. Dakota and returned home Novem- ber 1 5. There was still quite a bit of snow in ditches in Mid-Nebraska. Orls and Leone Boltnott of Red Cloud, Neb. wrote to renew their sub- scription for the coming year. Melvin Peugh had surgery Monday, November 19 in Salinau Rep. Keith Roe was the speaker at The annual Veterans Day program and barbecue at Kensington last week. Ue Yet Year C r e ae Gifts & More w9 ~ Commerci~ Mankato, K~n~as Campbell Rural Appraisal ~ and Real Estate //~. Box I 605 N. Commercial Mankato, Ks. 66956 913-378-3452 Saleepersona: TOM ILEHRLING, $78-3693 RAY NIEWM^N, Courtland, 374.4340 VYCKE GAII~L%N, Burr Oak, 64"/-5801 r A 3 Bedroom Home plus den, utility room and fenced patio. Has a 1 car garage and play house. 305 N. Lincoln. Reduced to $9,990. 2 Bedroom Home at 508 North Center. 50% basement area with outside ent- rance. Attractive modern kitchen with double sink. An attractive home at an attractive price of $7,190. A'good rejuvenated 1 Stow 2 Bedroom Home with basement and garage. Good Insulation. Includes refrigerator, washer, dryer and living room fan for only $11,000 223 S. Clinton. Nice 2 or 3 Bedroom Home with central air and heat. Very good family home. Ready to move into. 715 N. West. Will sell for" only $6,500 FARMS FOR SALE: 80 acres of Odessa Township land. 37 acres of cropland - balance pastUr~ and Umber. $269/ac. Gw~n~10ation farm in ~sc. 4 of Bes~' ip, Republic County. 72 acre~ tillable crop - 68 irrigation. Owner will contract: 5 year repayment at 10% I~ terest. Buyer to assume mortgsO~ from Swedish American St~ts B~ and pay $20,000 down. 213 acre farm In Section 14, VicksbUrg Township, with 48.6 acres CRP $55.001acre. We'll GIVE you at least * 100 - for r old-chair JEWELL COUNTY RECORD PVvVV V Starting at $488 CLO~EOIJT ON SOME nnii i I i k Swivel Rockers sum~ at qS9 NOV 24 DAY r- I./I 0 FURNITURE 106 N. Commercial Mankato, Ks. Phone (913) 378-3123