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IIIIII IIIIII I I I I I Jewell County Memories i I I 100 Years Age New corn selliBg from 25 to 30 cents, Mr. Bert Howe and Miss Alpha Hosler were married at the home of Miss Hosler's ~ts~ John McCracken is hauling out lure- her for a new broom factory, Mrs. John R. Morris brought in $60 The Sam Diebert family furnished treats given at the Odessa Church Christmas program. McCarthy Hardware Co. advertises: "Jewell County's oldest store." 20 Years Ago The Fifth Annual Christmas Tree Contest was held at the Jewell County Museum, sponsored by the Jewell worth of Christmas turkeys. County Historical Society. Members The Evangelical folks ofJewell are of the Lioness Club won first place. talking new parsonage. 80 Years Ago The Cub Scout tree won first place in Mr. and Mrs. Elfis IdcI~ have the youth division. a distinction in Jewell County for a Merry Christmas from the First married couple. They each have a National Bank and employees: David, grandm~er over 98 years old. Mrs, Francis, Betty, Frances, Bonnie, Mclntyre s grand.mot,.~,~i~Mrs.Sarah ' Dianne, Gretchen, Wes. Shott. Mr, Mclntyre s~d~eris Mankato Floral is holding a quit- Mrs. ChristinaMiller. Mrs, Mil~was" ring'business sale. bomChristmasDay in the Kingdonlof Temperature recorded in Mankato was -15 degrees. Hanover. Dean and Kcith Mclntyre The Ionia Booster Club sponsored can go their parents one ~ as they havegreat,grandmothecs0ver98years Santa's visit and drawings. Treats were given out and are available at old. Wright's Market for those who didn't Ver~alius Davis, Burr Oak, bought the interests of Clyde Th~ in the Farmers State Bank, Esbon. Davis was in charge of the credit department of White Hardware. Mr. Davis will soon move his family to Esbon. A total of 170 automobiles were counted in the vicinity of the Jewell School house Sunday night. 6O Years Age Dr. AJ. Schumacher suffered a se- vere heart attack following cutting a hole in a concrete floor in the basement of his home with a hammer and chisel. Dr. Warren Plowman, Wichita, re. ceived a call into active duty in the medical corps of the Army. The first induction callof 1944 in Jewell County included these names: Andrew Junior McCormick, Esbon, Eldon Carver, Esbon, Gerald McMains, Burr Oak, Lloyd Amos Cook, Webber, Stanley Roy Johnson, Burr Oak. Jewell County motorists are now decorating their ~ with the new 1944 license plates--the fn'st new plates in two years. The color scheme is white background with red numbers. 40 Years Ago Newell's Mobil Service advertised "Not a filling station but a service station." A large crowd attended the annual Christmas program at the Webber school. The Moutrose High School Christ- mas Ball was held Friday evening. LaVernia Peters was crowned queen and Wayne Dempsey was king. Ruby Fullerton is the new cook at the Sills Cafe on Highway 36 near Moutrose. receive them. Thirty people braved the snowy roads and 15 below temperatures to attend church at Northbranch. 10 Years Ago Jewell County Extension Board members are Mike Ramsey, Deb Underwood, Judy Ost, Ted Thummel, Mike Bolte, Jean Davis, Nola Bess Atwood, Sandy Nelson and Nadine Railsback, In Santa letters students wrote their Christmas wishes: "Big Frank and turtle bag and Ninja Turtle shaving cream," Steven Walker. 'Tve been really re- ally good this year. I'd like a jurrasic park island ," Matthew Becker; "I want a police badge," Jason ,Nelson. "I'd like three dinosaurs , Perry Colson. "Santa, please forgive me cause you will probably be broke by the time you're finished with me," Nick Newell. Happy 40th - there is no udder one like you. Alan Ross graduated from KSU with a degree in civil engineering. One Year Ago Luther League sponsored tour of five homes. New physician begins duty at hos- pital and clinic. Larry and Joanne Behrends to cel- ebrate 40th wedding anniversary with. open house. Children who participate in Kids for Christ at Jewell reenacted the man- ger scene during a recent performance. Don't be surprised to discover that luck favors those who are prepared. sur,( ,0n HOUSE Household moving sale for Marlyn Mason and others. Livestock Equipment and Farm Supplies Specials Buckets of Peanuts Hot and spicy Peanuts Caulking Tube of Cashews Roy-L-Heat Calf Warmer-new lower price Eight-foOt RD bale feeders 5 x 10 corral panels 5 x 12 corral panels Panel trailer 3-pt. gooseneck hitch 3-pt. double bale mover 3-pt. single bale mover 18-foot STD duty car trailer 18-foot heavy-duty car trailer 5 x 8 tilt utility trailer 5 x 10 utility trailer with ramp 6 x 10 utility trailer with ramp One-inch, 16 gauge square tube 1 1/4-inch, 16 gauge squ&re tube Two-inch oil field pipe 2 1/2-inch oil field pipe Threa-inch SCH 80 new pipe 3/8 rebar electric fence post Qick change welding helmet AirgBB gab bottles for salel $ 7.15 $ 7.65 $ 3.95 $420.00 $160.00 $ 56.00 $ 67.00 $650.00 $135.00 $535.oo $235.00 $1,625.00 $2,050.OO $550.OO $750.00 " $850.00 $ .36 $ .44 $ .89 $ 1.09 $ 2.50 $ .75 $119.OO Stock up now on 160 to I spray foam Buy four gallons at $18.97per gallon and get one gallon FREElll Foam Antifreeze-SPECIAL PRICE $ 14.40 RED, BLUE OR PURPLE FOAM DYE IN STOCK/ I II III I ~ early order discount plus ~ sash discount on Pioneer Seed Plemmr Seed Rqmmmtetlve Bohnt t Welding LL Jewell, Kan. 66949 785-428-3238 IIIII ~ I '~' ' I I I ' I IL I Ted and Wands Thummel, Esbon, feature this Nativity scene in the yard of their home on Highway 36 approximately 12 miles west of Mankato. Cou ouse News Jewell County Ill I Register of Deeds Eleanor Joyce Cashman to Eleanor Joyce Cashman, trustee under the Eleanor Joyce Cashman Living Trust. N1/2 of SWI/4 and SI/2 of NWI/4 of Section 5, and S1/2 ofNEl/4andN 1/2 of SE 1/4 of Section 6; all in Town- ship 5S, Range 6W. Wendy M. Ost, formerly Wendy M. Windmuller, and Kim W. Ost to Vicky Jean Showers. Part of the SW 1/4 Of Section 14, Township 2S, Range 9W. Traffic Timothy W. Koch, Mankato, speed- ing 82/65, no seat belt, fined $132. Christina M. Williams, Jewell, speeding 72/60, speeding $102. Lori Ann Bonjour, Formoso, failed to stop, fined $120. Stanley A. Meise, Brighton, Colo., speeding 79/65, fined $114. Ronald Johanek, Esbon, speeding 72/60, fined $102. Criminal State of Kansas vs. Adam C. Hamilton, 36 months standard proba- tion; successfully complete the Labette Correctional Conservation. State of Kansas vs. Jamey Fuller, theft five counts. Restitution and per- form 40 hours community service. Dismissed Counts 2, 3, 4 and 5. Plea no contest. 30 days jail and costs and service Count 1. ONE-OF-A-KIND SEASON WISHING YOU A HOLIDAY THAT'S AS SPECIAL AS YOU ARE. THANKS A BUNCHI Close at noon Wednesday, Dec, 24 Nankato Profe.iongl Phgrmgcy 125 N. C0mmer~ SL . MA_nkat0, Kan. 785-378.3183 Accidents Dec. 9 at approximately 8 a.m., John Harvey, driving a 1990 Chevrolet pickup was on County Road 160 8.5 miles north from Mankato, hit a deer. Damages over $500. No injuries. Accident investigated by Ost. Dec. 9 at approximately 11:15 a.m. on W. South St. at S. McRoberts St., Mankato, John Briggs, Mankato, driv- ing a 1998 Dodge pickup was turning onto S. McRoberts. Streets were snow packed and icy and he was unable to turn, sliding into the City of M/mkato rock pillar. Vehicle was registered to Martin D. Boyles, Mankato. No inju- n'es. Accident investigated by Ost. No injuries. Dec. 15 at approximately 8:20 a.m. on County Road C 0.6 miles west from County Road 270, Paula Jones, Jamestown, was driving a 1994 Chevrolet, traveling east when she lost control on the snowpacked road. The vehicle went into the ditch, hitting a dirt embankment. No injuries. Acci- dent investigated by Ost.-,Damages over $500. Dec. 15 at approximately 10:2"0a.m. on Diamond County Road 0.3 miles east from 250 County Road, Gale Belden, Burr Oak, driving a 2000 pickup was traveling west on Diamond Road and Doyle Reed, Concordia, driv- ing a 1998 Chevrolet was traveling noRh on the railroad tracks. The 1998 Chevrolet pickup had a flashing yel- low beacon running. Both vehicles were unable to get stopped because of the'snow packed roads. No injuries. Accident investigated by Ost. Dam- ages over $500. Dec. 15 at approximately 12:20 a.m. on County Road Cedar, 500 feet east from County Road 300,, Larry Nielsen, Superior, Neb.. driving a 1999 Chevrolet, lost control on the snow PA~ked road, sliding into the ditch. ccident investigated by Ost. Dam- ages over $500. No injuries. f Mankato City Library will be closed Wednesday - Saturday, Dec. 24, 25, 26 and 27 Evening of Wednesday, Dec. 31 .*. New Years Day Thursday, Jan. 1 From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Extension Agent With gifts of food, consider skip- ping fancy wraps and opting for a reus- able food storage container or tin, said .Karen Blakeslee, Kansas State Uni- versity Research and Extension rapid response coordinator. Food storage containers are de- signed to keep food fresh. Reusable containers are relatively inexpensive and can be reused after the gift has been enjoyed. Blakeslee recommends separating layers of cookies with food wrap or waxed paper. Wrapping larger or decorated cookies individually in food wrap and adding aribbon or sticker simulates commercially-available gourmet cookie assortments. It also protects the cookies. Poinsettias are not poisonous Poinsettias, without a doubt, say Christmas. Not only do they come in traditional red, but beautiful plants are also available in white, pink and speck- led or streaked combinations of these colors. What we think of as petals are actually colored leaves or bracts. The "flowering" portions are the round, yellow buttons in the center of the bracts. Joel Roberts Poinsett (1779- 1851), the first American ambassador to Mexico, was intrigued with the plants. He had plants sent to his South Carolina greenhouse, where they were propagated and sent to friends and bo- tanical gardens. Poinsettias are a "short day" plant, which means they respond to long pe- riods of darkness. At least 14 hours of uninterrupted darkness for at least 40 days are required to "force" poinset- tias to develop their colorful flowers. Poinsettias are Euphorbias. When bruised or cut they will "bleed" a white latex type sap. Some people will have a skin reac- tion to this sap. Place poinsettias in an area where they will receive some sun- light, but are out of drafts from doors. windows or heating vents. Each year the rumors circulate that poinsettiasare poisonous. Poinsettias are not poisonous. According to re- search from Ohio State University, a 50 pound child would have to eat 500- 600 poinsettia leaves to reach a dan- gerous level. The American Veteri- This week's report from the Hgnkqto Commission Co., Inc. s e m50 13 Steers 495 114.00 29 Steers 795 103.85 32 Steers~ 800 101,50 , 18 Heifers 8O3 K.50 10 Steers 640 10125 9 Heilers 719 10025 35 Heifm 680 9250 40 Steers 780 96.03 12 St~ 754 10025 24 Heifers 729 95.00 11 Steers 792 100.00 10 Heifers 698 94.03 9 Steers 712 100.00 37 Steers 7O8 103.85 19 Heifers 700 95.75 23 St~rs 610 106.50 Pars up to $1,100.00 w~l~ ~ to ~.50 No sale on Frlda-~-, Dec. 2611' Regular, weetdy sale begins apln on Friday, Jan. 2 ,, LisUngs for consignment sale Friday, Dec. 19 ~0 B~ WF ~ =J ~er(=~e ~n t0); lo R~WF oo~,~ yem ~ md BLa= Gelbvleh; 10 BI~ BWF ~m~ 8 yNrs aM up, bredb!~ (eaSe Jan 1~ 23 Btack fnt calf l~a sleets and ~ 7W800 re. ~. eow WlNJnssday, Jan. 14 Andy Montgomtm/, Owner, 402-879-3004, Mob/le 785-54641366 Nell Bourey, ~neer, Mob//e 402.984.9545 Jon Rulull, Fieldman, 785-823--0573, Mobile 785-545.6105 Bill Logan, Reldman, 785-378-3327, Mobile 785.545-6784 Scott Greene, Flsldman, 785.428.3533, Mobile 785.54~8612 Jeremy Nelson, 785-374-4277~ nary Medicine Association of America does not include poinsettias on a list of plants that threaten animal health. Thursday. December 18, 2003 Formoso By Elaine Clark Howard Field had eye surgery at Wichita Howard and Louise field were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Tarvardi at Wichita. Kyle Haskins is a patient at Wesley Hospital, Wichita. Kyle was injured in a sledding accident Friday. Rae Ellen Hinken, Courtland, Gene and Elaine Clark and Vera Reed vis- ited Joyce Patrick. Visitors of Kenny and Becky Huber were Shelly Davis, Rialto, Calif.; Jim and Kay Nitcher, Belleville; Dan and Janet Higer, Travis, Tyson and Mason, Mankato; Robert and Ada Grimm, Gloria Massey and Nancy Howell. Bob and Elaine Watson were visi- tors of Forrest Dempsey. Formoso Senior Citizens met Dec. 8. Velma Garman presented a brain teaser game. Games were played for Christmas ~ifts. Don and Ruth Fleming returned home Monday after visiting Rita Koehn, Lawrence, and Paul and An- gela Fleming, Lee's Summit, Mo. Ann Keeler visited Katherine Glenn Millington and sons and Linda and Amber Berggren, Wichita, were Thanksgiving guests of Frank and Emma Berggren. The CKLS Bookmobile came to Rae Hobson Memorial Library with new reading material. Dean and Maxine Hall, Superior, were dinner guests of Rick and Jackie Albertson. The 8-12 Bridge Club held their Christmas meeting at the Herrman House south of Scandia on Dec. 2 with extra guests, Darlene Jensen and Judy Erkenbrack. Next meeting is with Betty Evert on Jan. 6. Calvin and Oleta Hobson were in Manhattan Friday and Saturday and attended the K-State girls volleyball and basketball games and visited with the Leon Hobsons. Attending the Browns Christmas gathering at Scandia were Vic and Glenna Brown, Mark, Loisann and Karen Brown, Melanie and Erin Hansen, Bob and Vivian Brown, the Mike Larson family, the Robert Brown family, Dale and Marge Baxa, the Steve Baxa family, the JeffWoodward fam- ily and Duane and Marion Turner. Glenn and Phyllis Hofts were sup- per guests of Kenny and Joann Eggers. Jennifer and Nathan lsaacson were guests of Josie Simms. Paul and Jana Chase, Bob and Vera Burge and Stephanie Romberger were guests of Justin, Tammy, Caden Emmot and the new baby girl, Addison May, for a belated Thanksgiving cel- ebration Kent Swartz attended the K-State- Oklahoma football game m Kansas City. Dale Baxa underwent knee sur- gery. Bill and Sandy Shores, Le Compton, visited Glenn and Helen Aurand. Ric and Rob Sims stayed several days with Clarence and Joyce Beam. uestsofJosieSimms JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Gathering for a holiday famil] together at the home of Ron and SI Roush, Cadin and Ethan, St. J~ Mo., were Bob and Becky Roush, l~ and Samantha, Elsie Roush of[ braska City, Neb., and Rich and St[ Roush, Danielle and Jordan, Co[ land. i Clifford and Brittany Mas] Hardy, were overnight guests ofll ert and Ada Grimm. ] Jared and Jason Nelson at~ the 4-H Junior Leader Christmas ing at Jewell. Visitors of Vaughn and Ell Stafford, Cameron and Chyla,. Laura Samsel were Delno Reed,l-{. cordia, and Laura Rose, Red Ck Neb.* Ronald and Iva Lea Payne attal the Sunday afternoon basketball of their granddaughter, Hal~ Shadduck, at Chester, Neb. Mark and Karla Fleming, Am~ Levi and Kyle, Don and Ruth Fle~ i and Steve and Janelle Spiegel, ~f Ryan and Jacob were in Belle~n*J watch Levi and Kyle's basketball~ ! Grimes at Mankato. The Flemings then traveled to Sc~ Connie Smith attended the funeral for Amanda's basketball game..[ for Zatha Andrews Friday at Hastings, The Formoso Sunday S~ Neb. classes wil!,present "Papa Pa~i: McCaela and Cheyenne Nelson, SpecialDay at 9 a.m. Sundayat~ Courtland, were weekend guests of moso Community Church, witha~ Republic By Mrs. Alvin Petersen Rex and Mac Sandell,.Mr. and Mrs. were Paige Isaacson, Baltimore,,] Terah Isaacson, Kansas City, q Milligan, San Diego, Jordan lsa~ Manhattan, Jennifer and N a!t Isaacson, Salina, Doug and~ Simms, Jim Simms, Anne S~ Manhattan, Bryan and Carolyn S' and Andrea Fischer, Belleville. J Mr. and Mrs. Dana Johnson a~ the Smith Scholarship House ~ mas Tea. Christopher Fogle re~. there. Mrs. Hoard Fogle met the~tl[ and attended also. [ Virginia Petersen was a Frid2t_.~ ternoon guest of Grace and 1~ Rieke. _l , Shirley Gunn and Melinda Id| were Friday overnight guests of J~. Spid er and Melissa Albright in S~I WANTED The Jewell County Solid Waste Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time employee. Successful applicant must have a High School Diploma or equivalent and possess a current and clean Commercial Driver's License for the State of Kansas. A complete job description and application may be picked up at the Jewell County Solid Waste Department, 100 W Hwy 36, Mankato, Monday's through Saturday's 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily. Aplications will be accepted until position is filled. Jewell County is an EOE employer. Sunday home to~ (Continued from Page 1!] . play graces top of the china cabir~ The kitchen was remodeledl] years ago and carries on the TuSk. theme with tiled floor and counter~. Roosters are featured in the the~.e{ ceramic Christmas tree, made'b] close friend, is above one of thea] nets. A stained glass, lighted roost~ also featured above a cabinet. / The family room features a] with ornaments representing eyl family member. Each grandchild ~ staron the tree. A family calendari~ display. George and Marlys have~ t4~ made every year as gifts. A w0~ rocking horse, made for Marlys by{ father occupies a spot. Family pb0~ ~t~' are displayed on the wall. An~#] tainment center is decorated for CI~ IZ) mas with red decorations, l ,.~ The tour will include the upperst~ .~ with George s Hesston belt buckle~ ,~ Ol1" ~'~ lection and more family photos |' t> wall leading upstairs 1 g~ The north bedroom is what M~ calls Mother's Quilt Room" and t] ~,v tures a quilt made by her mother ] grandmother An old-fashionedtlte~. was used in decorating this ~e-dr~.~ g~ Children s toys are aiso placed throe. ] U0 out the room. The tree in this beatV] is a musical tree and is decorated ~ ~} handmade ornaments, l .,-, The east bedroom is "the ~| room with white wicker furnish~ The tree is in this room is decOrS. ~. with babies sleeping in the clOt~ Angels and dolls are displayed[ .g~ shelves, r~ The master bedroom is deco " . in golds and blues. The tree haSt~ ornaments with white pearl beadS" I~ the upper stairway is a shadow bO~J .~ the wall that the Jensen's have 'I ee since they were married. W~ The Jensens' house on West ~j]~ .~ ster was built in 1922 by L.R. Ch#~ ~ and the Jensen's were the third oW~W They Jensen s purchased it frora { .i~ .~ Lillian Vilott Estate in 1964. L ~ ~our goodwill has meant so m~ch to Ms these past montks. ~anks for being such wonderful friends and c~stomersf CLOSED Wednesday, Dec. 24 and Thursday, Dec. 25 Seafood Buffet Wednesday, Dec. 31 5 to 9 p.m. Seafood Buffet Saturday, Jan. 3 Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3971 by sealed bids 1988 GMC 7000 8.2L GM Diesel 5 sp Transmission 2 sp axle 86,274 miles Engine needs work CAN BE SEEN AT MANKATO OFFICE 122 WEST MAIN Mail bids to: Rdlin9 Hills Electdc P0 Box 307 Mankato, Kan. 66956 Bids mst be in by We reserve tM right to refuse any and all bids.