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2B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 16, 1992 Satellite seminar for small business owners Paul Heels, the Superior rep- resentative for the Edwards D. Jones & Co., will host a satellite seminar for small-business own- era Thursday, July 23, featuring U.S. Sen. Christopher "Kit" Bond of Missouri. The program will be broadcast live to more than 1,900 Jones offices nation- wide. Bond, who is a member of the Senate Committee for Small to dramatically affect the way small-business owners conduct their businesses." Although he has been in pub- lic office for more than 20 years, Bond is just completing his t'wst term in the U.S. Senate. A former state auditor, Bond dis- tinguished himself early in his career when he became Missou- ri's youngest governor at age 33. In addition to his position on the Berggren family cousins' reunite Several years ago Howard Berggren, Barrington, II1., heard there were several Berggren families in Kansas. His brother, George Berggron, Quincy, II1., contacted the families here with information which as printed in the Berggren family record in 1976. George died last summer and July 9, Howard and his wife, Penny, came from Illinois , . for a brief vtszt with the cousins. The cousins here are grand- children of Frank. A. Berggren who settled near Seandia in Ladies' auxiliary needed at Jewell County Hospital There is a need for a ladies' auxiliary at the Jewell County Hospital. Those wi=ing to work on fund raising projects to buy equip- ment or other hospital needs are encouraged to give the hospital a call. There is also a place for volunteers to help with patients service. Plans for an organizational meeting are being made. Inter- eared persons may call or stop in the office. Business, will discuss the impact of the Americans with Disabili- ties Act, proposals for increased access to capital markets, indi- vidual and business tax propos- als, the outlook for mandatory healt.'- coverage for employees and more. Because the program will be broadcast live from the firm's St. Louis, Me., headquar- ters, viewers in the local Jones office will have an opportunity to call in questions for Bond to answer on the air. "I am pleased to be able to offer programs such as this to our local small-business own- ers," Heels said. "Small busi- ness is a crucial part of our local economy, and it's important that small-business owners have op- portunities such as this to inter- act with those, who by virtue of their postions, have the potential Senate Small-Business Commit- tee, Bond serves on the appro- priations committee, the banking committee and the budget com- mittee. Drivers needed for Sunday bus transportation There is a need Ior volunteer bus drivers for the Jewell County Transportation Bus on Sundays. Many persons in the county would attend church but they do not drive and do not have a way of getting to a church. Driving the bus does not re- quire a special driver's license. Arrangements may be made at the Nutrition Site. 1872. At that time he was ac- companied from Sweden by Banks to merge three brothers, one of them holding companies being the grandfather of Howard Bergren. tousms present for the sup- per Thurday were Florence Free, Mac Sandell, Clarence Berggren, Frank Berggren, Dean Bexggren, Norma Serivner and Janet Weir. Members of the next generation present were Paula Swenson, David Scrivner and Robert Lervold. Kelsey and Kegan Scrivner, Brian and David Millington, Wesley and Staci Swenson were of another generation present. Other family members present were Rex Sandell, Allan Weir, Myrtle Berggren, Lynda Serivner, Norma Berggren, Velma Lervold, Emma Berggren and Glenn Scrivner. I III I I I Former Esbon Schoolhouse Built 1920-1921 913-725-3021 Contact Rick Putman i I I I I 1992 Harvest Sale JULY 8 THROUGH JULY 25 La-Z-Boy Recliners Big Man's Chair Reg. $659 Sale $475 Ladies' Virginia Reg. $539 Sale $414 Pictures 20% off Lamps 20% off Soft Sculptures 20% off Birds, fish, butter planes and cars Selection of Brass Picture Frames 40% off Fenton Glassware Priced as Marked Mattress by Restonic Bedding Company Sur.R-Posture 1000 Universal Oak Parket Tressel Table, 6 Chairs Hutch Reg. $1,870 Sale $1,600 Copper Accent Pieces 20% off Carpet Berber.Gladiator by Horizon Industries, Inc. Now $6.50 . yd. Tan Sculptured .=g= Twin $155 set . Special Carpet  Full $270 set Pizzaz, Pad, and Labo Vinyl Floor Covering $10 Insta,  6-ft. wide Tarkett $6 running foot for 12 x 12-ft. room you would pay Ultra Esteem 6-ft. $160 plus tax Congoleum $7 running fo Llay 1 Rlay, 9 a.m. to ,, 1 to 5 p.nt[ Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, 1 to 4 p.m. | Open LaW by Appointment d ICKramer Furnitur0000 and Floor Store 107 E Main, Mankato, Kan. d Phone 913-378-3211 The Jewell County Bank has made application to merge its holding company and the hold- ing company owning the Farm- ers State Bank and Trust Com- pany of Superior. Sam Baird, president of the Jewell County Bank said, "There will be no change in operations or personnel at the Mankato, For- most, Superior or Hardy loca- tions. The advantages of a merger of this type are to simplify regu- latory requirements and improve efficiency." With this merger, the Jewell County Bank and the Farmers State Bank will continue to main- lain separate limits for FDIC in- surance on customers' deposits and depositors will not have any changes in coverage. Tom Page accepted to medical school Tom Page, a 1978 graduate of Mankato High School, has been accepted into Ross Univer- sity School of Medicine. After deUawtiOn from high school, as in the Coast Guard for 10 years. After his discharge, he attended college at Godsden and Birimgham, Ala. He and his wife, a paramedica, have a 10- year-old daughter. Page is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Page, Mankato. Preshow Entertainment: The Prairieland Cloggers 7:30 p.m, Sponsored W: Jmtl County Fair Assoeimion and Area Businesses Pick Up Your Free Tickets Courtly # T B (or $S at tbe gate): Bob'a Shop, Esbon, Kan. Pidar.e Lounge, Red Cloud, Hab. Fmemy Credit Union, Mankato, Kan. Kmmer Funend Home, Mankato, Kan. Mankato Proleulonal Pharmacy, Mankato, Kan. Cout to Coast, Mankato, Ken. Midwest Lumber CO, Mankato, Kan. DanM Wagner's Custom Harvesting, Mankato, Kan. Miller & Ludwig Law, Mankato, Kan. WaRmer law Oflk:e, Manklao, Ksn. County PI, Mankato, Kan. Slate Exchange Bank, Imkato, Kan. Jewel Lumber Co., Jeweg, Kan. Smith County State Bank, Smith Centw imd Lmon, Kan. Rhona Real EJte & A .rvlc, ith Center, Kan. Jewell amt July July Hospital July July 9 CounD pital, Mankato to pital. Roe, are UMW :i ist Don Koester, Mankato, was just one of the many donors at the Red Cross Bloodmobile held at 1. the Mankato High School, last Wednesday. I 11 Fellowship meals Jewell County Extension News Sloppy Joc, sliced tomatoes, By Deanna Sweat fruit, whole wheat bread or roll, and sherbert In order to maintain garden rates of horticultural crops. A Tuesday July21 produce quality for family use or for the farmer's market, aware- ness of storage temperature and humidity is a must. Karen Gast, extension post harvest specialist at KSU, says that once a crop is harvested, it's almost impossible to improve its quality. But it is possible for produce to quickly lose quality. Losses or horticultural crops due to improper storage and handling can range from 10 per- cent to 40 percent of the harvest. Once the crop has been cooled to the optimum storage tempera- ture, proper storage temperature and humidity are necessary to lengthen storage life and main- tain quality. Fresh fruits and vegetables need low temperatures (32-55 degrees F.) and high relative humidities (80 percent to 95 per- cent) to lower respiration and to slow metabolic and transpiration little planning and care can re- suit in produce that retains its quality longer and is able to re- main stored for a longer amount of time. Kansans Did You Know: Some Kansas' towns are known as capitals: Wichita "air capi- tal"; Russell Springs "cow chip capital"; Hugoton "gas capital" and Leoti "pinto bean capital." Question: Why is glossy paper like that used. in maga- zines hard to recycle? (It's coat- ed with day that turns into sludge in the recycling process.) Hint of the Week: Recyclers are developing processes to make rnagaziens recycling worth the effort, even though when the glossy coating is removed from a ton of paper, only one-four to one-half ton of paper remains; some are adding magazine scraps to their pulp to make their newsprint brighter. Jew ell County Falir MUSICAL Thursday, July 301, Mankato High School Football Field - 8 p.m. The Blenders and The Fowler Brothers BuBalo Roam, Manlo, Kan. Koch AgH Barvim, Jewell, Burr Oe,, Glen Elder and Esbon, Kan. Stata Bank of Eebon, Burr Oak and Esbon, Kan. Smith County Implermnt, Smith Center, Im. Mamko Uvesltock & Montgomery Auction, Mankato, Kan. David & Film Hleving, Mankato, Kan. Twin Volby Impkem ior, Halmm, Neb. and Balbvilb, Ibm. Kbm TIMftway, Inkldo, Kan. ,,.m ou.,  Ka.. FJbon CI Co., Eobon, Van. Dick's 13/t Furniture, Ikmkldo, Kin. Burr O PlUmbii, Burr Oat, Fa.. Burr Oat Cde, Buer O1, Kan. Big A Auto Ir Ik 1 Smith Cer, Kan. 100% Financing for the Purchase of a Primary Residence 30-Year Loan Fixed Interest Rate 0,8.57%* .57% Roast beef, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, whole wheat bread or roll, and sunshine salad. Wednesday July 22 B-B-Q Ribette, baked potatoes,- marinated fresh vegetables, whole wheat bread or roll and angel food cake. Thursday July 23 Swiss steak, parsley potatoes, country trio vegetables, bread or roll and frosted lime mold. Give BROOKE STATE BANK a call NO W! Approved lender for FmHA Guaranteed Housing Program 800-747-4237 Subject to guidelines set forth by Farmers Home Administrattota and Fannie Mae. Interest rate based on the Fannie Mac rate plum .60%--subject to change daffy. Member IFDIII ._w STATE BANK .=.o= 120 South Washington Jewell, Kan. 66949 Friday July 24 Chicken tetrazinne, peas and carrots, pineapple chunks, bread, and oatmeal cookies. the kitchen Bloodmobile. The siena will be Aug. 3-6. Doris need for the to pick up] and take their choiCe. volunteers for not license to Adelaide tions Frye, Arm and Rebecca Bethany Menhusen. Jewell Local Annabelle Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Braden, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Blackmore, Ben and Stacey and Jeremy Sanborn enjoyed din- ner at a Mankato cafe last Tues- day in honor of Patti Blackmore's birthday and the Blackmores' wedding anniversary. A Jewell lady recently fell off an air matteress and hurt her el- bow r6quiring a doctor's atten- tion. She is unable to play golf for a few days. Her only com- ment was air mattresses are dan- gerous. The Jewell Variety July Birth- day Party will be held at 9 a.m. Friday. Kylea Shelton is spending the week with her grandparents, Frank andThelma Shelton. Brad Shelton and Tatia Harris spent the week- end in North Platte with Jeff, Janell, and Kylea Shelton, they a participated in a July 4th inner- tube trip down the Platte River. Kylea returned with them to Jew- ell, and they had their fireworks Sunday evening. Mrs. Rita Jan Hughes and Amber of Tustin, Calif., are visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eberhart. Ella Elston, Ionia, visited position with Imperial. Judy We: Edwards, tries. don teacher Ward Wi to visit Buxtehude, was foreign' the Willis in Markus are Eurarail as and David, of; ing the Nulty Mr. and Nulty Mary Maxine Myrtle Bernice house Teri Heign Shannon weekend Maude Pauline SimmelinklastThursday. Aunt Jr. 1 1 IIml aim i jnm i i ami m  11 :'J00m Stone's Gun | New and Used Guns Cleaning Hill Road Phone 91 i i iii i i IIIIB IIIBII illll  BIll Cosand Your Full Line Parts Store and' See us for your automotive and agriculture needs. Steve Cosand, Owner 611 Main Street, Burr Oak, Kan. 913-647-7351 Join the Mankato Fire OLD-FASHIoNED The Mankato Fire will be selling barbecued hamburgers, and potato chips at the Old-fashioned Sat  July 18  beginning at  downtown $2.00 per plate I hamburger, Extra hamburgers Come join the fun and help Mankato Volunteer Fire