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16 - The Jawell Colmt~ Post. November 25, 1992 4 Remember When? Stories and events recorded in the files of the Jewell County Record and the Jewell County Republican. 20 ~ AGO (Nov. 2~, 1972} 20 YEARS Ax10-Nov. 23, 1972 Roger Palmer is the new manager for the Mid West Lumber Co. The 4-H Queen and King for this year axe Barbara Roe and Mike Beam. Birth: a daughter, Dorry Dawn, to Dr. and Mrs. Merwin Peterson. Merna Keeler was named Farm Bureau Woman Leader of the Year. Vernle Hendrix is the head basket- ball coach this year with Don Hague as assistant. Bob Noel and Sam Port,.are coaching the freshmen. \~ The deWeli Countydaycees are spon- soring a Christmas house lighting con- test. Deaths: Florence Haecker, Leonard Shively, Lloyd Sanders, Glen Flero. 30 YEARS AGO (Nov. 22, 1962) Birth: DIAnn Weaverling born to Rex and Frances Weaverling. Murder suspect, Wililam Range. was apprehended in St. Joe, MO. He Is suspected of killing John Maxwell at the State Line Station between Webber and Superior. Janlce Broyles has been elected as one of the candidates for school person- allty queen at Brown-Mackie in Salina. Frank and Ruth Dugger have leased the Sleepy Hollow Motel to the Dale Seirer family. George Burgess, Esbon. was killed while trying to take the old water line pipes out when it caved in on him. 40 YEARS AGO ( Dec. 1952) O.H. Wagner and L.H. Stafford are constructing new fronts on their build- Ings. Bob Boyd was selected to the All- Central Kansas football team. The Esbon Seniors went to St. Louis on their sneak. Lloyd Hooker suffered fatal burns from a gasoline explosion while work- ing as a mechanic in Topeka. Dec. 10 is the deadline for Jewell County producers to request ACP as- sistance. Western Auto in Mankato announced that Toyland is open and ready for Christmas layaways. 50 YEARS AGO ( Nov. 26, 1942) The government has asked civilians to limit their meat consumption to 2 1/ 2 lb. per person per weelc Birth: a baby boy born to M/M Ray Baker, Eabon. A legal notice in this issue notified depositors in the aavings department of the State Exchange Bank that after 1- 1-43 no interest would be paid on say- hags accounts. 60th wedding annive~. M/M Roy Wallace, Randall. Lindas Taylor won the Breck award at the state Jr. Mlss competition. Birth: A son, Justin Dean, to M/M Elbert Salsrnan on Nov. 14. Sylvia Rose, Ionia, won the Horse- manship award from the Jewell Co. Westernalr~. 30 YEARS AGO-Nov. 22, 1962 Birth: A daughter to M/M Donald Wolfe on Nov. 18. Wm Range, who was captured near St. Joseph,MO, has been charged with the murder of John Maxwell, who had been killed at a Webber filling station. Jewell County will participate in a state-wide oral polio vaccine program. Winnie Hockett, Randall, purchased a house and garage at auction there. 40 YEARS AGO-Nov.20, 1952 Deaths: Ernest Folsom, Alice Ruggles. Click Cowgar. State Adjutant, spoke at the American Legion meeting. The Earl Showmakers spotted two deer near their farm sw of Jewell. The high school will hold a vocal concert Sunday afternoon. 50 YEARS AGO-Nov. 1942 There was stormy weather for this first Corn Show. Howard Edwards, Everett Knarr, the Vo Ag depL and Howard Oplhnger placed flrs, t in the dif- ferent com varieties. Garrett Phillips is the new city marshall of Jewell. Jewell High's football team won the county title. 60 YEARS AGO-Nov. 1932 More wood is being burned thls winter than anytime in the last 20 years Burr Oak is using a boxcar for a depot. 70 YEARS AGO-Nov. 1922 The new high school won't be ready until after Christmas as the shipment of desks was delayed. Cal Ohlinger is starting work on a modem poultry house. Towe arrives for duty Linda C. Towe, a dental technician, has arrived for duty here. She is the daughter of Wesley C. and Edna M. Moore of 622 N. Commercial, Mankato. The sergeant graduated in 1978 from Mankato High School, and received an associate degree in 1988 from the Community College of the Air Force. MJ{.S. Quiz bowl RMS boys team wins at Kensington up another The Mankato High School varsity qulz bowl team won the championship at their first meet of the season Nov. 16, at Kensington. Members of the team were Curtis Watson, Eric Garst, Marc Grout, Sarah Linclberg, and Joshua Lippold. In the preliminary Round Robin they defeated Natoma, White Rock, Ken- sington, Northern Valley and Phil- lipsburg and lost to Belolt and Smith Center. This put them in first place coming out of the prelims. In the semi-finals they met Belolt again, but Won this time, and advanced to the finals where they beat Phil- lipsburg, earning gold medals and the championship trophy. In the novice division of the meet, Mankato was represented by Jared Barnhart, Kelly Flavin, Bobi Freeman, Lance Lippold, and Travis Watson. In the preliminary contest, the Mankato novice team defeated Beloit, Kensing- ton I and II, and White Rock, and lost to Smith Center, Lincoln and Tlpton. Three teams, including Mankato, tied for third place in this Round Robin with a four-three win-loss record, and the tie was broken by point-spread, eliminating Mankato from the semi- finals. The Novice division was won by Beloit, with Lincoln as runner-up. second victory oi Pike Valley Panthers Nov. jans led buzzer sounded RMS led 52-36. The Trojans t I full court press, which hustle and defense. were much better this game one against St. John's. team effort were the key to the' One of the team goals go undefeated as this year's plenty of talent and all is use it aggressively. ship is also Important to man and he has that as Three RMS in double figures: 8th Garman had 19 points; had 15, and 7th grader had 12. Others scoring Ramsey. 2; Kevin Thompson. Ramsey, 2. In today's world of mega-mass marketing, proverbialbucket...but backin 1843 was a very big deal. A professional illustrator, Horsle~ conceived the first Christmas card. It sold nearly 1,000 copies - a far ~ry the 2.2 bRUon Christmas cards that Americans paper the The Highlander's Club The Highlander's Club met on Thurs- cided to get a name off the Givt~ day, Nov. 12 at 2 p.m. at the Commu- nity Center. Vice President, Julle Mohlman, called the meeting to order. Roll call was answered by 11 mem- bers by telling whether theyvoted. The community supper will be on Nov. 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the center. Potluck supper and bring your own service. We will clean on the 19th at 2 p.m. A thank you was read from Pare and Halelgh Johanek for the baby quilt. Dan Geist has asked about the club having a Mary Kay party. Julie reported on the Festival of Trees in Red Cloud. It will be held Dec. 5-13. We will set up on Tuesday, Dec. 1. A committee was appointed. Loreen offered her artificial tree. For our Christmas project we de- and to give a gift certificate to s t family in the area. Julle will name and lone Shipley will certificate. Gwen Lewis will weddlngi Gillett. Election of officers were hdd Julie Mohlman being dent, Loreen Bird, vice- Davis, secretary/treasurer. boxes were won by Gwen and Meeting adjourned. Hostesses were Barb Angels Thomas. We ornaments for our Festival tree. Our next meeting will be Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. at the Julie and Terrie Bird Klm Davis, A GOOD Auto Loan Isn't Hard to Find IF YOU TALK TO US/ for a/omen Oaf9 Dave's Gun Shop has made arrange- ments to provide a women's defensive shooting course. This course Would be provided free of charge to any Women interested in leamlng gun safety, how to use various weapons, and would include actual firing of weapons. The course will include four phases: Introdu~on to firearms and ammunition How to dlsltngutsh and opemis firearms Responsibility of firearm ownership Basics of pistol marksmanship. This course will be taught by Del Goheen of Belolt, who has been a hunter safety instructor for more than 20years. He has shot competitively on the State National Guard team and the Kansas State Rifle Association since 1962. Bill TrickeR, Belolt, will be co-in- structor for the series. Trlckett has been a hunter safety instructor for over 12 years. His background Is in law enforcement. The course is a public service spon- sored by Dave's Gun Shop. Interested women should call Del Goheen at 738- 2472 or Dave Blackmore at 428-3337g Time, date and location will be an- nounced later. More classes may be held if sufficient interest is shown u ii l, l~lI Low Rates No Red Tape Extra Fast Service See Us Before You Shop THE STATE BANK OF ESBON Esbon 725-3663 Burr Oak 647-6621 Deposits Insured Up to 8100,000 by F.D.I.C. Established 1900 - Esbon, Kansas