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24 - ~ Jelttltll ~1~ Po~t - November 25, 1992 Rate Card I II II II Display Advertising $2.50 per column inch Classified Advertising 10 per word, $2.00 minimum $1.00 for billing added Card of Thanks Up to 10 lines $2.50; 10 per extra line $1.00 for billing added Poetry: same as Card of Thanks Call 378-3191 to place your ad Services Let us SHARPEN YOUR HOUSEHOLD SCISSORS. Coast to Coast, Mankato 26-TFC COAST-TO-COAST has the Rinse-N- Vac available. 26-TFC CUSTOMER FAX SERVICE available at Coast to Coast. 26-TFC For Sale or Rent ATTRACTIVE, COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS. All maintenance provide~l. Mankato Housing Authority. E.O.H. 378- 3017 or 378-3505. 26-TFC FOR SALE OR RENT: Walkers, Crutches, Wheelchairs, Canes, Mankato Professional Pharmacy. Phone 378-3183. 26-TFC For Sale IIIII II II Kasl Christmas tree farm open daily Nov. 15 to Dec. 20,10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Choose and cut operation select and tag early or cut when you wish. Austrian or Scotch pines, fresh wreaths, baskets, center pieces, and garland. Location: 3 miles east of Belleville on 36 hwy from the 81 hwy junction then 1/ 2 mile south. Phone 913-527-5238 or 527- 2551, home. 6-6c 1988 Dodge DS0 pickup for sale with topper. Phone 378-3851. 7-2p House for sale in Burr Oak. 24' x 24', well insulated, nice lot, 9x10 steel storage shed, fenced 3 sides, carpet 2 rooms, natural gas heat, range and air conditioner.Call 913- 647-7491 to see this property. 8-2p 153 acres, 1/2 mile east of highway 14, north side of road, north of Lovewell Lake bridge. SE 1/4.33-15-7W. 2-3 bedroom home in Mankato with single car garage. Real nice. Gerald Zimmer Auction and Real Estate. East Hwy 24, Beloit, KS, 738-2010 or Mankato 378-3693. 8-2p Six year old Ricoh 4030 Copy Machine with stand and paper sorter. Call 378-3137 8-2c Mankato Laundromat. Make offer. 37q- 3866. 8-2c Cable Nelson upright grand piano. Just cleaned and tuned. Call 378-3338, after 5 p.m. 8-1c Help Wanted Peterson Industries, a highly innovative manufacturer of RV's has seve'ral openings for full-time line positions. Must be depend- able. Steady year around work. Bonus and benefit package. Apply in person. M-F, East highway 36 in Smith Center. 52-TFC The Salina Journal currently has routes open in Mankato. Excellent part-time in- come. Early morning delivery required. If interested, phone 1-800-823-6363. Ask for Carol Lapka. 3-TFC Wanted Housecleaning jobs, reasonable rates, fast and efficient. Call 378-3823. 8-TFC For Rent Two bedroom house full basement, AC, south Mankato. Sara McKean, 378-3823. 6TFC Lost a 900 lb. steer, B= brand on right hip. Lost Nov. 22. Call 378-3338. 8-2c Notice Therapeutic massage: help for tension headaches, circulatory problems, arthritis or general relaxation. Call Lori Menhusen for appointment. 378-3312. Leave message. 7-2p Going out of business sale. Everything half off and more. Sunday, Dec. 6, 3-6 p.m., 302 S. Lincoln, Mankato. Contempo Fash- ions Jewelry, UndercoverWear Lingerie. Lots of Specials. 8-1p Christmas Open House at the Craft Boutique, 217 S. Custer in Jewell. Sat., Nov. 28, 5:30-8:00 p.m. Stop by for coffee and goodies. Register for free merchan- dise. Everyone welcome. 8-1p Card oE Tllallgk= Many thanks to all the friends and rela- tives who honored us at the open house in Esbon. Thanks for the cards and money we received. C:.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.~d bless you all. Milton and Talma Rogers 8-1p *t*t Words are inadequate to express our appreciation for the food, cards, flowers, and memorials for Gale. Whatever would we do without such friends. The family of Gale Tagley 8-1p ee,t, I wish to thank my family: Thaine, Mer- cedes, Terry, Ann, Dennis, J;.,;~=. Rose and Timothy Woolsey for surprising me with such a wonderful day for my 95th birthday. I appreciatethe many gifts, cards, and phor=9 calls and each one who came to help me celebrate. Mabel Woolsey 8-1c wtt* JeweU County Friendship Meals Nov, 30.ee~ 4 Call 37&~ for remrntiom before 9 &m. Nov. 30, Chuck wagon steak, baked potato, mixed vegetables, ww bread or roll. pineapple chunks Dec. 1. Ham. parsley potatoes, ww bread or roll, mandarin oranges in gela- tin Dec. 2, Ground beef stroganoff. Normandy blend. Juice or water packed apricots, ww bread, oatmeal cookie Dec. 3. Chicken California. baked potato, glazed carrots, ww bread or roll, baked bananas Dec, 4, Roast pork, sweet potato, green beans, ww bread or roll, frosted lime mold Week of Nov. 23-27, Lutheran Church delivers meals. CLOSED Thanksgiving and Friday Week of Nov. 30-Dec. 4, Christian Church delivers meals Happy Holidays to you and yours! Jewell County Hospital LTC Rev. Carroll Everest was here for church services Sunday. Shirley Min- ear was the pianist. Deb and Darous Alton, Lisa Sorensen and Barb Thomas visited Doris Mc- Cammon. Clede and Lena Blacker enjoyed their visit with Carl-, Jeremy and Jennifer Waugh, Dick Waugh, Neita Colin, Joan Waugh and Dale and LaVetta Dunn. Dale and LaVetta also called on Letty Crane, Gerry, Lorie, Kerry and Ryan Waugh also visited the Blacker's. Harold and Doris Owen visited with Dora Lee Thompson. Geneva Hlltgen, Berniece Shirley and Lucille Dunstan helped with crafts on Monday. Modern Homemakers EHU hosted Tuesday Happenings. Connie Smith sang and Doris Kitts played a medley of songs on the piano. Leta Sills held Bible study Wednes- day morning. Man- Dempsey, Leta and George Sills, Mike and Chad Moseley, and Dan Val- lier called on Madeline Sills. Helen Anderson visited with Myrna Bowling Report Splits: C. Booz 5-6 (5-7); B. Marks 5- 6; D. Alcorn 4-8; P. Surmeier 3-6-10-7, 3-5-10; J~ Spiegel 2-7; F. Stroup 5-10 (3-10 3 times) 6-7; C. Cosand 3-10; J. Meyer (I-9 washout); D. Smith 3-10; A. Smith 3-10; A. Belden 3-10; V. Conn 7- 4; B. Niles 3-10; F. Novak 3-10. Early Birds Team Standings: Forget-Me-Nots 27- 21; Rose 27-21; Mums 26-22; Sweet Peas 22-26; Marigolds 21-27; Snap- dragons 21-27. High Individuals: S. Engel 190, D. Underwood 182, A. Belden 177. High Series: S. Engel 497, S. Marihugh 468, B. Niles 468. Mixed Couples Team Standings: TGIF 29.5-14.5; Gutter Cleaners 27-17; Family Ties 24- 20; Mixups 20-24; Wobblers 16-28; Streaks 15.5-28.5. High Individuals: J. Kennedy 193; B. Studer 171, 163; A. Surmeler 210; L. Johnson 187; F. Guzlk 172. High Series: J. Kennedy 491; B. Studer 482; M. Relter 452; A. Surmeier 510; L Johnson 498; F. Guzik 458. C~eal Team Standings: Esbon Misfits 34- 10; Farm Bureau 30-14; Jackies Sta- tion 19.5-24.5; Wildcats 18-26; Do Drop and Orville Thronson. Laurie and James ] Thomas called on Dana Helen Vanous visited he~ Mabel Carpenter. Thadd Hinkle held t.lon and communion on Visiting Fay Morton was Don Modiin. Shirley Minear visited Thelma Dinsmore. on Margie Marihugh. Frances Rathbun visited eral different Avis Crawford visited her Vachel Crawford. tended. Verneda Seems first bingo and Nina first card blackout. Helping neva Hiltgen, Opal Lamb Dunstan. Eric and Renae Ost and Coburn and Virginia Red Lily Henningsen. Jim, Keisha and Ruth Colson. Inn 15.5-28.5; Kiers 14-30. High Individuals: L. Snyder 201; B. Mizner 191. High Series: L Peters 536; 501; K_ Elkins 478. Tuesday Six Team Standings: Barn Hut 29-19; Video 29-19; High Individual: D. G. Guzik 164. High Series: D. U 475; M. Neilson 433. Redstone League Team Standings: Kramers Exchange Bank 28-12; macy 19-21; Farmway Credit! Mankato CPA's 16-24. High Individual: J. 203; D. Rhola 201. High Series: J. Diamond Lippold 537; D. Anderson 531. Astronaut League Team Standings: Esbon 30-10; 25-15; StaUon 16-24. High Individual: J. Diamond 212; S. Gillett 208. High Series: R. Diamond GiIlett 566; J. Decker 560. Lee, Alcorn visit at Democratic cerns with QPA, but Janls concerns," said Flavin. The supposed short fall df for school finance is also by Lee as not nearly as ported because taking up some of that slack. The main concerns with waste disposal is porting it elsewhere and the litter problem that could arise, of Jewell County being a posal site was discussed. Other care, Senator Janis Lee, and newly elected Commissioner Doyle Alcorn, who will take office in January, were on hand for the Democratice coffee held Sunday, Nov. 22. Democratic county chairman, John Flavin, said the topics discussed in- cluded QPA, school linanee and landfill issues. According to Flavin, the group in attendance h~] an excellent oppor- tunity to ask questions and assert their concerns. Lee thinks that despite misinforma- tion, QPA is a good program and will bring about the needed changes in the "We had some real con- Life below the Mason-Dixon llne of the 1 to exhibit its own regional character of the traditional Christmas dinners that is a big hit consists of corn bread pudding, green beans with salt pork, country ham with brandied peaches and bourbon-laced sweet - when's the next to Mem scheduled to Applications are being accepted for early morning home delivery of the SalinaJoumal in Mankato. Route profit, commissions and bonuses are paid. To apply, please call collect 243-1700 between 6 a.m.-5 p.m. 5-4c U.S.D. #279 will have a half-time teach- ing position available forthesecond semes- ter beginning January 4,1993. This position ~i be pr~ar, y at the secondary bye. ~ Rog~ Ant~ at JeweU High Schoot, PO Box 20, dewefl, KS. 66948. Phone 913- 421~32~ 7-2 oncd Q A p~icm dl~aewl~m Thank You School Thank you for coming in and hel with the special projects at Randall Middle School. Becky Burgess, Mary Ann Kibbe Connie Butts, Barb Oplinger