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Page 4 THE JEWELL COUNTY POST Thursday, November28, 1996 FROM DEANNA'S DESK By DEA A SWEAT Fun, Not Frantic Turkey With Just a few days until families will sit down to Thanksgiving droners, here are a few last minute reminders to insure your meal preparations are fun, not frantic. Be sure that the roasting pan is large enough for your turkey or consider roasting two smaller birds versus one large bird. Allow an adequate number of days (I day per 5 pounds) to refrlgerator-defrost your frozen bird and don't for- get to find your meat ther- mometer. Before beginning and after working with the bird, wash hands, sink& counters, uten- sils and platters thoroughly with soap and hot water. Remember to remove the bag of giblets from inside the bird. Wash the inside and outside of the turkey in cold water and dram well. Place the turkey breast-side up in a shallow roasting pan and you may want to brush with oil or meRed margarine. Insert the meat thermometer in the inner thigh. Cover loosely with aluminum foil and roast for 15-18 minutes per pound. Remove foil 20-30 minutes before roasting is fin- iahed to allow the bird to brown. Remove turkey when dark meat reaches 180 degrees and allow the cooked turkey to sit for 20 minutes before carving. After dinner, carve leftovers from bone and refrigerate promptly (remember, you have only two hours from the time you take the bird from the oven). And don't forget to smile and enjoy your family and the meal you e prepared. Life's Little Tip: Spend less time worrying who's right, and more time deciding what's right. Calendar: Nov. 26-Strip Angel work- shop; Courthouse 2-4 p.m. Nov. 28-29 Extension Office closed for Thanksgiving. Gemstones 4-H Jewell Gemstones met Nov. highlighted by observing Par- I 1 at the Jewell American ents Night. The parents recog- Legion Hall with 22 members, nized old officers and installed 13 parents and two leaders the new officers for1996-97. A answering roll call of "A bad project talk was given by Ha- habit I should break"The club told Topliff and a demonstra- received third place on their tion by Pat Coco and Susan float at the Corn Show. Lienberger. Becky Burgess led The Gemstones will have a song. The next meeting will their annual soup supper Dec. be Sat., Nov. 30 for the Christ- 7 from I 1-2 at the Legion Hail. mas party and caroling. Hope to see all there. Tract3 Bohnert, reporter The November meetin was for Thanksgiving Closed Saturdays during winter l I 'HE AGENT'S CORNER I , BY BILL WOOD I ntifla Corn Problems ffyou are interested inlearn- ing about the insects and dis- eases that affect your growing corn plants, consider attend- ing the Extension educational program scheduled for Tues- day morning, December 17, at the Webber Church basement. The program will begin at 9:30 a.m. and conclude at 12:30 p.m. KSU Extension Entomology specialist, Randy Higgins, will present the information on the diseases that attack the corn plants, how to identify these insects, and management for prevention or for control of these insects. Doug Jardlne, KSU Exten- sion Pathology specialist, will present information on the dis- eases that attack com plants in our area, how to identify the diseases, and management for prevention of the diseases. To Justify the time and the trip out to Jewell County. we need 12 producers that will attend this meeting. A deci- sion will be made on Friday, December 6, If the meeting is held or is canceled. A tele- phone call to the Jewell Co. Extension office (913-378- 3174) will reserve your place at this educational meeting. Replacement heifer management Heifer calf management de- cisions that are made now will impact the success of calving first calf heifers in the spring of 1998. The target weight for the heifers going into breeding sea- son in May or June is to weigh 65 percent of the mature cow size. Generally that means that your heifers need to gain about 1 1/2 pounds per day from now until breeding season. Are you providing an adequate nutrition program? PANCAKE Kansas Grain Assocla- tlon meeting The Kansas Grain Commod- ity Classic will be in Great Bend December 8-10. The theme of the three-day event is "Explor- ing New Technologies". The three associations that are cooperating are the Wheat Growers. the Grain Growers, and the Corn Growers. Watch your Kansas farm newspapers for detailed information. Or ask for a copy here in the Extension Office. Protection for new shrubs/trees The new snow covered the ground and low growing w ii , , i FARM SERVICE AGENCY BY JIM PEROI~TEK Ag Credit Office Hour Change The Ag Credit Division of FSA with their main office in the Smith County FSA Office has had office hours in jewell County FSA the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 10:00 to 12:00 a.m. Due to time restraints, there are new provisions to this schedule. The Ag Credit. Division will be available at these times in the Jewell County FSA Office upon previously scheduled APPOINTMENT only. Ag Credit will not be available on a walk- in basis in Jewell County. You may call our office orthe Smith County Office to schedule an appointment with Ag Credit. A representative will be available to meet with you during this scheduled time at whichever office you chose to commute to. FSA County Committee Election A conm itt ee election is being conducted for the Farm Serv- ice Area # 1 in Jewell County. This area consists of ti:e west- em two tiers of townshl Limestone township. The candidat tee election are: Don Diehl, Gary German, GlcnWallace. We ask thatIue take an active part in the te tlon process. FSA CoU$ Committee members take t active role in adminlstrati~ USDA farm programs in { county. The final date to rctll Id ballots is Dec. 2. 1996. 0x E those individuals in the Artt will vote for this election. N 2 and 3 will elect officers14 future years. [ t FD e [c 0 br t, e~ Lo iIa, Council sets date for 4-H Day shrubs with a hard crust. The The Jewell County 4-H and two youth. The direct D young shrubs and trees that Council met Nov. 18 at 7:30 in next meeting is Feb. 29 at you planted in April are stick- the Commissioners Room of in the Courthouse mceti w room. Ipr ing out of the snow crust. The the Courthouse. Ten youth, The date set for the COlt R cotton tails are hungry. The 10 leaders and two Extension next day or two you walk agents were present at the4-H Day is Saturday, Feb. l r, thmughthewindbreakandsee meeting conducted by presi- theMankatoHighSchooL.' Dj the sharp stubs of the limbs dent Zach Kindler. Casey B|ak rand ou, 18Fel left sticking out of the snow. Club representatives re- Pumphrey lead the gr vl- The cotton tails trimmed your ported a total of 17 new mem- saying the flag salute trees. Could this have been bers have enrolled in 4-H for repeating the 4-H Plcd Ra p revented?Theanswerisyes,the coming year. Positive uth .7Q A rabbit protective netting comments were given the can purchased and placed Achievement Program, which around the young trees this was well attended Nov. 3. An intendents. fall. The cost is about 15 cents a tree. The netting needs to be removed next spring. The ma- terial can be purchased in 75 ft. rolls from the KSU Forestry Department--through our of- rice. The second approach is to eliminate the one or two cotton tails APPRECIATION Way ~! Saying ~Thank You" to our ~mers! December 5, 1996 11:3o - 1:3o p.m. ESBON LEGION HALL EVERYONE WELCOME.'.' Sponsored by Esbon Elevator and Master Mix Also sponsored in part byt Monsanto; Pueblo Chemical & Supply Co.I ~'~ba-~tilD, niummunlmnlmmmmmummmm " (~:~// Deer Hunters ." If you are of your kill, let Duis Meat Processing make you . : just as proud of the way it tastes.-" We make the finest summer sausage, salami bologna, hot dogs, jerky and deer sticks at the LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE! We have the equipment, space and ; time to handle it the way it needs to -" INSURE a GREAT TASTE. Let Duis Meat Processin be your wild game processor. 1991 E. 6th St..'l afficway Concordm, KS 243-7850 or 1-800-281-4295 uunniuuunuuninuummnuunnuuuunnn :water ...... ..... livesto : : movtn ve[td i invitatlon was extended to each The next meeting is Ja .Jwe club to be represented at the in the Courthouse meet l _ meetings of the county fair room. board of directors by two adults Kara K/bbe, il YourHometown newspaper ff It's for Jeweli coun It I we re for it. This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co. selling 1989 cattle. WE WILL HAVE A SALE ON NOV. 29 Here are some sales: 15 mx strs, wt 405 71.25 23 mx hfrs wt 550 58.00 14 Char sirs, wl 595 63.00 12 mx hfrs wt 585 60.75 11 mx strs, wt 500 67.25 18 mx strs wt 515 65.00 24 mx hfrs, wt 650 56.75 23 mx strs wt 525 65.80 22 mx hfrs, wt 470 56.75 14 mx hfrs wt 725 58.25 26 mx strs, wt 520 67.35 32 mx strs 24 rnx hfrs, wt 610 56.25 20 mx strs 23 rd strs, wt 540 63.00 22 mx strs 24 mx hfrs, wt 460 57.50 18 red strs 20 mx hfrs, wt 690 56.85 22 mx hfrs 32 mx strs, wt 665 63.85 28 mx hfrs 35 rnx strs, wt 565 66.35 23 mx strs 29 mx strs, wt 665 63.00 22 mx sirs 22 rnx strs, wt 735 63.35 23 mx hfrs 34 mx sirs, wt 570 66.25 28 mx him 27 mx strs, wt 590 66.25 28 mx hfrs wt 820 63.85 wt 875 64.75 wt 715 64.00 wt 865 64.35 wt 485 55.25 wt 670 57.50 wt 670 62.10 wt 670 62.00 wt 630 57.35 wt 555 56.50 wt 765 62.50 Weekly Sales begin at 12:30 See your local Pnoneer sales representatwe for PRODUCTS THAT PERFORM, VALUE-ADDED SERVICE and a 7% SAVINGSI Bohnert WeldLn Darrell Bohnert Jewell, KS 66949 913-428-3238 ANDY MONTGOMERY, Owner 402-879-3004 hiip://wwwpioneer.co ::t -= Mobile Phone... 913-545-8366 P!gNEoE?, JON RUSSELL, Fieldman 913-374-4482 PIONEER brand productsaro =old subjed I,~t [ BILL LOGAN, Fieldman 913-378-3327 " terms and condilion$ of sale which are apa~J labeling and sale documents. @ TM Ira ~" I RICHARD BEHRENDS 913-753-4031 ~;,ter~ or opp()od [or o~ Pion~ Hi'a . ~mJ _= (Auctioneer/Fieldman) International, Inc., Des ~:~ine$,~